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V THE HARTFORD HERALD All kinds Job Printing neatly executed I come the Herald of a noisy world the news of all nations lumbering at my back IISUbscription 1 per Year in advance I 0 VOL XXVII HARTFORD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1001 NO 28 I t The API Of Sell Defense The popular iuca expressed In the phraw the art of Mlfilcftnsf shows the opinion that the chief enemies a man liui to dtfitid blitmtH flum are visible and external hut tin rinl danger of cvtry man is from miiuitc nnd ourti in visibleI foes In tInlr we breathe nnd the water we drink are countless itilmite fj gatikItlti leagued against the health of the holy The one defense against tItus ciitmiea IU to keep the bloo1 pure I lr Iiirres RoMin Medicil IDiscovery thoroughly purifies the bloodI removing tioisotmu tilistaticr mill accretions When the blood is pure there fU no harborage for the germ of disonst which find 1 loilg log only when the blood lU impure anti corrupt llcon ider your CoUfit MrdUal IHxsivtrv ncr of the tel tnr 1uliie on the fjtc of the atlh write Mr Win Hlueler of Rnlunk- Montjrntnery Co loa While In the otIis- writ titter yrirs o o I gt tuitlet tth po4- soil Ivy The IInnl settled III my tloIuitit the hutton I nulfered mnnot ttr tout1 11In wnid I thought I wiiull to crflu I tried IIfulkind of metllcinc trirdt different dmliir tint an the teller titer could rtie me was tu make tt- ttbtt tk llRlit r I irI II tnklnu In HrKeft ioldrnI Mettkal Tnk f I fttt- b4tte without rrlltf Krfl taking it I tntIn 0111ten Nitltf and got ctitirtIly ciirid Ir 1iercet Ikount relicts cure run tipUtuu S UJrKmV A I VA UIIH J M PORTERI TOUXKYI l ATI ILAW llouver DnmKjr Vil Iod r ht l Tfii ui Ohio suit ml jt iiiing cmntir Nil 11 tlentiua iirn Iu al OU a ciiltlilrj tu hi tmr 4 J B VICKERS Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY I I 1inctlrr hi tt ufIHI Iin Ohio anil WIIIII IUI1I cumitle Mirrlnll ntlculttn uliv tutu allI huITcullIlr1 tu hi care C3 33 I41ex ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD ICY Ollr lieu o i l lltttrI llii ttiia ohIOIIO Vt Ii I tut wit tuit Charles Clyde Wedding Attttctty anin tanselof att LLaw 0ltI iii iKV prattKe hb piultsnUm In oil the Court rWill till Commjitwealth 11 cilal alienlloli tflven loioMtttiiti M L HEAV1UN AieyalI Law HARTFORD KENTUCKY llflll IterlilI profiMlollI till all the ciuttv- t Vtritsi mnl ndj Ilnliiic countle nnd Court AAuitri SX IN Httentlon tu lOllcetlon a Eto L siumm AttoyatIavIIARTIU1tD lirill tlocllce tilti iTufm luii in ill Ihe Y couru uf Ohio ami ailjulnlnx coiintlei Collection cntefiilly ami inoinplly ltendot 10 IIHct with 1 I Smith Jk Co Market Hlieel Jno B Wilson ATTORNEY AT LAW And SurveyorHARTFORD KY LJIKUIAI attention glvu to collectloutand L5 all kind Surveying iiakliiR atttttsct c- Plol Nolaty ruull roe Ohio county Office notth tlile uf nubile iUire W H BARNES ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTFORD KY rilklKACTICKi hli iirofraalun In all lie u cuiuKorohlomitl aIJolulllg coo II 11ev and Court uf AlipeaN Sit let attention will tie Riven Iu alt liusiiiemi Inliuiteiltohliicnre Culletllptu ud cilmlnul iirarllce n fiiilnlty Dlficc up ktalm neit to irlllin iriij lure E J NEAL ATTORNEY AT LAW rttl UARTrOItDItYIIHum V lucky I and erlmliml practice OIKce up tir heat to Iriffihil Drug tore IUu I DtUNN B II KINOO GLENN RIN- GOLAWYERSr HARTFORD KY irill IKACTlCHlhelrprormlonluallthe VY courta of Ohio and adjoining countlen nd In Court orAppeal Special attention Rlv en to criminal practice and collection Alto Notary Public for Ohio county C E Sinit1- iATTORNEYAT LAW HARTFORD KY- iirtLt practice tim piofeHlou In ill Ihe court V V of Ohio and adjoining countlea and Court df Appeal Collectloui a apeclillty Office In County Atlorneya office In coui I house Zr e J3AYES ATTORNEY AT LAW O VKNSIIOHO KKKTUCKV- ILLpractlcehUprofeulon In Davlena ad vy oInlng coutitica attit the CourtorAlipeatsI Hpeclal itttitlOu IIIu 10 collectlonP Olllee JtoH Court Row DB1 TJ Pe1icAT- TORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY- III practice hla profession In Ohio nod ad 1VIjululnil countlea and Cuurt of AlKllsI Crloilaal prutlcc aud collectloua a p cUlly INDIAN MASSACRE IN TilE EARLY DAYS OF KEN TUCKY Historical Incident Which Oc curred in Spencer County mi riviMi or MNmrior FIIHT TIN UnriMiiwii Simulant has raked upI data of itint iinaKMiuru of Klniliuloe Fort in Spemvr county nnd prints Ithe following story of tin liNtnriciil Inel ijittI I II7M InillaiiI nmcwurti fit ItltIiky worn numerous About Ihu lirxtluf tifi- IIttinlitr of tilt above named year till cav ttgt4 iniiili tIliilr nppfaranri on Salt Klvor anil Col Kloyil went out tit the IllMil of II gliod for I111 qlHSt Of UKIl- lAftir Kiuutliig wvirnl lap without finding tin sivagis Itin party dUbanded tin iniiiibirs ritiring to their several attit tutu from which they were ilrawnI btliiving the rniiny hail left tin coun try Among otheni Kilifhelue Station which wn nitiinttd ihit Spencer county near the Nelson county lint hail con triliiititl to tthe siouting Iparty During Ithe iilirnrt If the men tthe women alone liejit watcli withoutI noticing any inilicatiiil of an enemy On returning from tthe fruitless Marcli the men worn outI by their anluoUH ilnty tutu ionfl ilent Ithat a IIidanger had lpassed went Ito lIt1l without Itaking any precautions against II cnrpriii1 by the savages ell fortunately the 1 Indians hail only thid wl the whiten tutu 1 knowing the weak condition of theirstatlon iniule a si toni Itaiuiiti assault upon their cabins when the iHViipantit wilt wrapped in ileep lumber IHurtling I IKII ttill iloorH the savages ciiiiimenceil an indiscriminate slaughter of torts women nnil1 chililren iiml almost1 before tthe victims realized tin nature of their danger the whole settlementI was stillt in ileath A few women tutu tlttlti nit WITH taken pris litters only to IK brutally immleretl on Itheir journey to captivity A few oth ers cscan l in the darkness anti arriveil at other station One of the settlers received tin alarm tirly enough Ito place hIM will anil a young woman of the family under the lliKir tout escaped in the darkness He inainim in the neighborhood until us tit til of the departure of the savages lie returned to his cabin relieved Ills wife and her companionI and con ducted them Iin wifely I o it nut her ittittloti Another settler named Thomas Han 111 phi iKciipieil a smalt cabin with his wife and two children out an infant liravely stood at hay and fought the savages who lout forced his cabin door though outnumbered tin to one He siicended in killing several of his assailants when seeing his wife with the ibabe in her arms cruelly mur dered he instantly caught the child III his arms and mounted to the loft and tthus escapiil through tilt roof On alighting to the groundI lie was assailed by twosaviiges whom he had driven out of hits cahill Wounding one with hits knife he prostrated the other with a blow from hits empty gnu and snatch tug up hits child plunged Iinto ttill near by woods and escaped A Mrs Iolk who was captured with four children tifter narrowly missing death at the hands of her captors es caped mill reached Detroit where site found succor A letter trout her to tier husband apprised him of her fate Ho Immediately set out for the place with the letter as hits only passport lie site cecdcd in making the journey in safety and soon returned to Kentucky with hits family unharmed Another woman also made her escape but being totally nnnciiualnted with the region sIte wandered about in the wil derness cnbsisting on wild grapes mill green walnuts until on the eighteenth day when she was accidently tlts- covtrCANCER Sufferers front this horrible malady nearly always Inherit itnot necessarily front the parents but may be front come remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly poison may lay dormant in the blood for years or untU you reach middle life then the first little sore or ulcer makes its ap pearanceor a swollen gland in the breast or some other part of the body gives the first warning To cure Cancer thoroughly and penna neatly alt the poisonous virus must be nominated from the blood every vestage f it driven out This S S S does and Is the only medicine that can reach I teated obstinate blood troubles like tar When all the poison has been forced out of the system the Cancer heals and the disease never returns Cancerbeginsoften a small way as the I following letter from Mrs Shlrer shows A small iilmple came on my law about an Inch below the eaton the left aide ol my lace It Knt Be no pam or iucnnvcn jtnce suit I ahonld have forgotten atom It had U not bCllun liifUmenuu lids I It would bleed a little then acahovcr but would not heal This continued for ome lime silica my JJaw liexan to well becoming very painful The Cancer lie fan to tat and tpread unlilil was ta large aa a I heard of B8 S anti Iltllnln ed to give It a fair trial nnd It was temarkablt whit a wonderful effect It bad front me very tiegtnntng I the sore began II heal soiL after taking a few bbltlcs disappeared entirely Tbtwas two yrago t IheteareMllt no signs of the Cancer and my general heatlh ntinueIgOodMkL R SiiiBCB M 1lala MoI ssstile greatest oi all ilood purifiers and the nly one guaranteed e vegetable Send CancercontainThgvaluabloand ttleg information about this disease and write our physicians about your case we wake no charge for medical advice IHK Swirl SPECIFIC co ATLANTA OA tit uiluied1 to the condition of ii skein ton She was taken to Lyuns Station where she eventually recovered h In December I181 a convention fur Ihe purpose of taking precautloimrj measures against thin savages was called at Danville Nelson county sent the following representatives Isaac Cox Isaao Morrison Andrew lIlacs Mat thew Walton James Morrison and Jay Rogers Drawing tbe Line on Jackson iTitim A story is told In Missouri at the ex penso of its once famous Governor Chi borne F Jackson before he solved the enigma of lovelock ho had married live sisters III reasonable lapses ol iHiuswutivfiRMM After onu wife hail IbiLii lout und appropriately mourned Iin ISpotlKtd liliothir and lie kepi his fourting within a narrow circle of hit own relative for he rather liked the family The antiquated father of these girls was almost deaf and when the lover nor went to this octogenarian to ask fur his surviving daughter the follow lug conversation ensiled I want Lizzie KhY I want you to let me have Eliza bethV Oh you want Lizzie do you What fort For my wife For life lsa1ittlniarryhier Oh yes Just HO I hear you boy Tin precious glad you do mutter cit the Governor Well slowly reyionded the veteran 1ul neednt holler HO that the whole neighborhood knows it Yes you cart have her Youve got em all now my lad but for goodness sake if anything happens to that ere poor misguided gal lout come anilitk me for the old wo man Jackson solemnly promised that he never would bydietitiglIgestcdfhellirKodol DyspepsiaCure will It contains nil of the natural digestnnts hence must prepareitthe bodyl and replacing the wasted titwues thus giving life health strength ambition pure blood anti good healthy appetite J H Williams in Thanks to Napoleon Uv giving Louisiana to us Bo UHpnrte kept it out of Englands hands In Englands posnesion it might have beeu another Canada shutting us in tm the east side of the Misstsspiii ami condemning us to u place beside Mexico Brazil or some of the other second or third rate powers Possibly we might have wrested Louisiana from England hut this would have been done at the lOt of n war which would have eon sumed tens of thousands of lives and hundreds of millions of dollars To Bo napartf more than to nny other one man who lots ever lived is the United Status indebted not only for the fact that it tpossesses Louisiana but that it has Texas Oregon California Alas ka and all the rest of the territory which hits conic to us since ISO The Louisiana expansion made all these acquisitions inevitable Without the Louisiana ex pausion none of this other territory would have been gained by tho United States A monument to Bonaparte should be erected on the Louisiana pur chase exposition grounds early In the fair of 1001 nail Bonaparts country should ns tho Globe Democrat said be fort bo given the place of honor iu the festivities that day GloboDemocrat S OASrroOalABl- anthelieKind You Haw Always Bougi Bljaatwof 111 What arc Riches One of the richest men in the world who is now engaged iu thin task of giv tug his wealth away has just thrown a queer sidelight upon the question as to what are riches The Now York World pursued Mr Carnegie Ito his castle at Skibo The correspondent writes As we drove down to the station I was saying how I envied him his wealth Ho said lam not really to be envied How can my wealth help met I am sixty yearn old and I cannot digest my food I would give youe all my millions If YOU healthInext ords re in turned and in hushed voice and with bitterness and depth of feeling quite in describable said If I could make Fausts bargain I would I would gladly sell anything to have half my life over again Anti I saw his hand clinch as he spokeBy this standard It wilt be seen that there are times when gold is a night mare not worth the pursuing A clear sky n green field n sight of water per fect health with eyes to see and facul ties to enjoy the poorest nina so far at money goes becomes a prince when compared to the wornout dyspeptic nnablu to enjoy a meal und sated with the pleasures of life The power of enjoyment far surpasses the fact of possession just intlolpation furnishes more pleasure than the realization Wu are after all but creatures of imag illation better pleased when viewing the picture than whet III a position to turn tho key and lock It from sight It is easier to keep well titan to get tired DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now uud then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote an easy gentle action j jLIGHTNING BOLT STRUCK DEATH TO TEN PERSONS I IINA BODY I Terrifying Scenes Disclosed in The Little Hut on The Pier IIUCEIII TEn AS FAK ASKNO WN lU Chicago KecordlleraldJ Crowded together In aliUluzInulIued shanty under a north shore pier ten boys and young men and one old man met instant death by lightning yesterday j It was a black hole of death that tin1 victims were housed in They had left their fish lines and sought shelter from I the fierce thunderstorm that deluged the northern part of the city about 1oclock I I Ten minutes later their bodies lay with tangled and twisted limbs like a nest of snakes ns the man who found theta said I There were twelve who sought shel ter and just one escaped Twelveyear old Willie Anderson was uninjured and today he will be running around play lug almost as gaylyl as usual I But he lay ninny long minutes before J he could be drawn out front under j I bodllII a single thun derbolt has ever been in Chicago i before anti none can be recalled in anyj part of the country Lightning struck u crowd around the Grant monument III Lincoln Park some years ago but only a few lives were lost I The news of the catastrophe spread throughout the northwest part of thet city very rapidly and brought thous I I seeIed but late at night one was still uni I dentified The dead are all from families of comparatively poor people and comprls i ed a party who were fishing and seeking relief from the heat of the day join t ed by a number of boys who had come I beachI a pier just south of Marquette terrace and a few hundred feet from the waterworks pumping station at the foot of Mentrose boulevard It was once the property of former postmaster Gordon and is still known as Gordons or sometimes as Robt bins pier I About thirty feet from the shore there is on the pier a little zinc cabin not more than six feet square with a bot I torn of big rocks llying only four or five feet from the covering Once it was I I j used by an old squatter who sold beer nUll whisky to the fishermen but has I I disuseI a visitation t as 1ms ever been experienced Chicago I The skies were filled with the flashing glare of the lightning and the air ruinI bled steadily with thunder Halt a dozen I I houses outbuildings and trees in the I vicinity were struck and almost all time telephone wires were burned out I I USIVCJIboys on the pier at They for I the only available shelter and crowded themselves in through the little trap I door in the top of the cabin until they were packed almost to a suffocating I pointI little eleven yearold boy Frank Martin who lives at 4288 Milwaukee IblllStepbrothI Block said to off there when it rains I The harsh treatment saved the boys life but the reason for it it is said wits that Block and his friends did not want I the boy to see them drinking Then came the thundorbolt It was the worst of the storm Watchers In the pumping station saw the zlgzag lightning strike the water an they I thought They did not know of its fearful results j There was a small boy however who saw the bolt and whose senses were all alert despite his excitement But for him the dead might have lain whereI they were for hours and little Willie Anderson might have been suffocated under their bodies I Piercy Keene clad in bathing trunks und watching trout the water station thought he heard a scream as thin bolt struck Mindless of the storm he rush ed across the beach At the pier he saw nobody Then he heard a cry Help Get me out I lIe looked Into the cabin and in dismay SAW the snakelike twisted bodies i But young Pieroy was not thin lad to run crying away He moved the trapdoor and pulled at the dead mens arms I and llegs to get them away He saw Willie Andersons head and part of hiI body but he could not pull him out nor could he pull the heavy bodies off him ofI WILl HUSH Ion AW- Mitcn1Shea yn1Keniteat the waterworks waa useless So won that at the nearest residence Keene saw a wagon loaded with fish big nets lie ran for it and got the driver to whip his horses and drive full speed to find a drug store They went clear to Jacobus store at Grace and Halstcad streets before they could no tify the police anti ring up the neigh boring doctorsIDennis Rohan 1501 Gait avenue had beeu knocked from u nearby fence by the shock but he picked himself up and o c o = I I coull1Iwan policemanI hear thin news lie summoned grocers wagon arid drove full speed towards the place Behind him In a few minutes came patrol wagons and ambulances from Irving Park boulevard Summer dale Sheffield avenue anti east Chicago avenue stations TRACK OP 11 FK IN ONK The officers had nothing to do but to pull out the dead and lay them in a row on the beach The physicians Dr Santelle of the Marine Hospital Dr Hoelscher from Sheridan Roads and others did what they could for the Anderson boy but found only one other victim in which there war still any trace of life A young fellow with a thin face mid rid hair WAS Htlll quivering a little lit tats arms and body Everything winI done to resuscitate him but he died in I exIprobable that even this victim wits not conscious of suffering Meantime residents land gathered front neighboring houses and stood in the rain horrorstricken looking at the bodies They offered help but could donothingSoon train of ambulances anti pa trol wagons took their burdens on their sad way to the morgue and officers were hurrying to notify the relatives of the two lads who of all the other vie time were then Identified I DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns anti scalds It soothes and quickly heals the injured part There tire worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts J H Williams in Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for hold ing the Kentucky Fairs this year so far as reported Georgetown July i3i days Hustonville July uii days Cyuthiaua July 1141 days Winchester August 04 days Danville August 161days MadlBonvllle August 6ilays Owensboro August 1Jl days Lawrenceburg August 204 days Columbia August 204 days Shepherdsville August 204 days LaGrange August iiadays Shelbyville August 27I1 days Florence August 2t4 days Middlesboro August 22a days Bardstowu September aI 5 days Elizabethtown September to1 days BowliugGreeli September lOdasSpringfield September 1t4 days Glasgow September hS4 days Louisville Interstate Fair Septembei 2313 days- Oweuton September 2a4 days Horse Cave September 264 days Hartford October 24 days Look A Stitch In Time Saves nine Hughes Tonio tastes pleasant taken III early Spring and Fall prevents Chills Dengue and Mala uptheQuinine Contains no Arsenic Guaranteed try it At Druggists hOc and 100 bottles tf What it Costs to Fight Fire Thin cost of the New York city fire department the efficiency of which is unchallenged is 1000000 a year Chicago which hits suffered more severely from great conflagrations than any other large American city expends 11500000 a year for the maintenance of Its fire department and Boston which has suffered severely in the same direction though very much less populous and a more compact city than Chicago expends 1200000 Southern cities generally spend little on their fire service and it has been found generally that the ratio of cost increases us the population become more compact SuccessWorth Knowing IlrovlsHUjhlsand all Malarial Fevers Better than Calomel and Quinine Contains no Arsenic Guaranteed try it At Druggists SOc and 100 bottles tf Wnat a Job- IIhllldlphla rrta1 He I know Im late dear You see I wits detained couple of hours by- an old friend who just got back to town after a long absence I had to tell him all I knew She snappishly I dont see why that should have kept yon so long Thos W Carter of Ashboro N Chad kidney trouble and one bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure effected a perfect dire and he says there Is no remedy that will compare with it All druggists ui Heres a Whopper William Dodd Huntsville tells of a most remarkable occurrence III connec IhlltIthe Danville Advocate a largo tobacco barn forty feet wide and time tty feet long which was almost blown over by the tempest The bullcUng wits such a shape thut Mr Dodd was pre 1111 to tear it down and reconstruct It when another wind storm came from thin opposite direction anti straightened the barn uptigaln thus saving MrDodd the expenditure of a considerable sum of money During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera infantuui The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered Thin child Is now vigorous anti healthy I have recommended this remedy frt ln ently and loire never known It to full Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio bold by Z Wane Q rlllln Bro in u MAUD AM1TIIK lIEN Maui Mullet en a lumiucr day Set D hen In n lirmititw nay Mind you pee wat nelly girl Trying the runt life a whirl She covered ft box with tinsel guy Lined It snugly with newmown hay tilled It nicety with eggs and then Slatted to took for a likely hen Out ofllie flock teected one And then the Iliougnl that her work wa done It would have beta hut the stubborn hen Stood up and cackled Kadook and then MauI Mullet came and In hurlaurprite Looked coldly into the creature eyes Theu tied Ui legs to the box You bet Said abe know how Itn make you net Hut still It stood and wore and wore Shrieked forth III wrong to the universe Kicked oret the box with lla linnet Kay And Ignomlnouily Hopped away Then a br d buy over the batuynrd fencr faucet Say Maud there IIs a dllTrmm Tweeii hens you know An II li that One 111 Kadookf and one Kadat Then Maud recalled that the ugly brute She tried to vet had said Kadout And ever since that historic day Site blushes In an embarrassed way To think tithe bobble she made once when She tried to net n gentleman hen 4lm 7Vaicfjoj llulltlln 4 a Stone in His Eye 38 Years IDaltlmore Suo11 Thirtyeight years ago when George Ash now of this city then of Baltimore county Maryland was a lad of I11I years while hoeing corn he struck a stone with the hoe a piece of the missile flew III liii eye and imbedded itself There it remained until yesterday when ItI was removed nt St Francis HO IItItIThe injury to the eye was not consid ered serious and the wound healed with out destroying thin sight The boy suf fered no inconvenience until n mouth ago when the eye began to pain him The pain increased mid yesterday the piece of stone was removed from the- Ir Today lie Iis carrying the piece in II bottle saying that he haul carried it thiryeiglit years and that he will con tinue to carry it until he tiles Any advertised dealer Iis authorized to guarantee Banner Salve fot tetter eczema piles sprains scalds burns ulcers anti any open or old sure All druggists III Rich Woman Asks Stranger to Wed Her McKEicsiOUT PA July 4Miss Anna Bowen of Uniontown und Mona Victor were married in that city today after an acquaintance of three days Victor is an advertising agent aged thirtyfive years For fifteen years he was connected with the Burnuni Bailey Show Miss Bowen wiw Victor in the street in Uniontown last Saturday and fol lowed him to his hotel blue announced that she liked his looks and was willing to marry him Victor went to see her father Mr Bowen sal if the girl was not old enough to know what she was doing site never would be Miss Boweu is twent live years old fairly goodlooking anti lots about 40 ODD incomeproducing property She huts had several offers butt shin says no one was front the right nina What Two Cents Will Do It will bring relief to sufferers from Iasthma or consumption even in the worst cases This is about what on dose of Foleys Honey and Tar costes lItuRgistslIartfonl Stnttertou Yes I wwish I cub cubcould be cuhcnhcured of Peck Get married Thatll cure you Peck of slal11U1erlngI talk nt all theta Philadelphia Record a a A Little Fable I Baltimore American Utica upon a Time the People made much over one of their Heroes and Sent hint a lot of Laurels and Asked him if there wits Anything Else they could Do for him No he Answered in a Speech which Caught the Gallery I shall now go to my Home and rest on my Laurels Next day ho wits Asking for Cut Prices on Feather Beds and Air Cush ions Moral Laurels are Onlv rested upon In Print Tlio piles that annoy you so will Ille quickly and permanently healed If yon use DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits J 11 Wil liams ni Not a Success I warn you ho stud threateningly to keep away front Miss Bilton Ive bell making love to her myself Have you really replied thin rival Well shell be glad to have the matter cleared tip- Cleared up What doyou mean T Why shin sititishin thought thats what youd been trying to do hut she wasnt sure CASrroOnCABun thisThe Kind You Hats Alftirt Bcijhl Blguxtar of Dont Hurry and Dont Worry While you are Investigating the merits of various scientific formulas essaying to teach humanity how to keep cool on a hot summers day it may be as well not to loso sight of the homely old pro scriptionDont hurry and dont I worry Take tilings us easy as you can If it Iis your temperament making trouble for yourself calmly recognlzu thin filet and go about the necessary tusk of this counting your temperament Stake u joke of it If you CIIIIIII fact make n joke of anything and everything you can and see if you cant fool yourself into being reasonably comfortable In des n u SUBSTITUTE FOR A VACATION rCUL WJUIf- t 2 JOOIIU ygflT- cuIctooI ur carloi- no WL C WUSTI- ntis streot- Ct IlgJ Chicago Il1wrltea the tot CX10OILrlowing in regard to Portm- flMrNowman saysi took onob ttlaofvonr wonderful Prof Wm C Webster Principal ol Websters Muilo School GOO Steinway Hall 17 East Van Baron street Chicago 111 In a recent letter tayst co I ha TO used yourmedicine and cannot say too much for It I will recommend it to anybody I keep It in my school Incase of need A New Man- N 0 May Oak Ridge Station Pa writes Mr 1 P Bailey whose health was Impaired and who always felt tired and haggard by toy persuasion began to use Peruna about a month ago and now he looks like a different man He says be feels 100 per cent better N CMay Those delrlng afreo book on the cause of nerve weakness an mla and other devitalizing diseases should address The Poruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio pile of your temperament The humor of the undertaking should in itself be refreshing to you Anyway dont hurry and dont worry Both these things are deplorable at the best of seasons They lessen the achieve ment of any one who imlulgctyn them They lire a sign of weakness They make your life foolish null futile And III summer they gutthermometer the thermometer III the line of putting you into a sweat Swear oil from them during the dogdays Resolve that you wont hurry nor worry and then youll be u cooler and n comfortabler IOuI saGood Counsel to the Young Rev Ur Iercy Grant to Graduation Claut of the College of the City of New ork1 Above all things be nristocratatiu in thoughtthink the best things be aris tocratic in manner do the best things be aristocratiu iu speechspeak the best things but be democratic in sympa thies love every fellowman no matter how humble and be democratic iu your services grasp every opportunity to assist your fellows President Hyde oCIlowdoln College to Harvard UradualIFirst Give your best Do not look for a place ready made to lit you but fit yourself for a place Second Take nothing you do not pay for at its full price Incur no debts take no rebates or discounts or favors or passes gained through influence or political pull Onehalf of the great world you now enter tire women The last tiling III tim world Is a fond womans love You can pay for it with nothing less precious than the entire respect timid devotion of your own heart Third Be brotherly You remember how disagreeable it was to have young fellows coming lucre with their heads full of their own fitmilytie wealth or school accomplishments or personal importance and how essential it wits to give them to understand that thin university wits of juite as much con sequence as they thought themselves to be When you go out into tim world do not make tile mistake that these swelledheaded fellows made when they came here Do tint hold yourself aloof trout your hardworking plainliving brothers Chas Egemans Lost Horse Quince Johnson furnishes us with thin following description Chits Egemann gave of II horse he lost a number of years IIgoISTUAYKO Oil 8TOIKN Run away or stolen or vas sdrayed mine large pluck horse about ten hands tile He has four pluck legs two pehlnd and two Ileforo lie pluck till over his pot1 but lie has got some white I spots on tilts tuck were de skin vas rub olf but greened em and de rite spots is i fIetrOlLrllllllktmterll1alll hatsII two ears on his head both alike lout vOIIIis placker tutu toilet and a small hit longer Hehastwoeyest von Is putt outt und toiler is pon tie side of his heiul veil you go toner aiilehin vont see you Yen t he eats u good deal liii has a pig pelly He has n long tall dot hangs pehlnd but I cut it short toiler day and now it is tint HO long vat it vas He III shoed all round hut hits pehind shoes came oil and now lie has got on only shoes pefore Yoever shall unRIg him pack shall 1pay live tollurs rented and if he prlng puck de tlef ditto sthole him he shall jniy twenty tollars amid ax no questions I medicine and have so improved that I teet like ft now person I am very thank ful that I got hold of your wonderful remedy I cannot say too much in your behalf I haul doctored for two years until I felt there was no relief 41 My wife has taken one bottle of your grand medicine and it has helped her so muc4 I find it has Improved her health 10 much that I will recommend it to anyone cheerfullyYours Charles Newman Nervous Depression The month of July Is peculiarly the month of nervous diseases especially nervous prostration and other depressed PeopleIwho are at to nervous or suffer from weak nerves find this month especially trying Sultry heat and electrical disturbances of tho atmos phere is probably the cause of this Invalids need to be particularly care fut during tho month of July to fortify the nervous system by the use of Porun Wies Chili Tonic Pnlatahlo HoMor than CalI omel und Quinine Contains no Arsenic The Old Reliable TONICLA5Chills and Fevers Malarial Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers It ncveifaila IJiS JustJ what you needat this season Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic DruggistsDontFiftycent and 100 bottles rr iarnl liy llntilnMinrcllet Co IIll curporutiMl Luulivlllr R- 3BESTFOH THE- BOWELS If you bftvrnt a rrffular healthy tnoTement of lb yuuibowiutonItt phvaia ur pill poUoiil I damrrrom Tim oot- htaietB Mu tfivrfvrtwAjr ol kw lDtf lbs hawaii clear and cleanI lto take CANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY iieaan Palatable 1uttnt TtOood PaOood Surer Sicken Vr krn or 13 nj W i nu par boa Write fur iie GrIPIo sad buoltUt ON altb Addrii 133- ITIIKUHQ RiitDT ro pisT outrace n nn Tom KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN DON SPITIYour LlfellwAyl You can be cured of any form of tobacco umnic easily bo made well strong magnetic full of new life and vigor by takIng NOTOBAO that makes weak men strong Many Rata ten pounds in ten days Over BOD ODD cured All druggist Cure guaranteed nook STHIUINGJUtJIUIY Genuine stamped C C C Never told In bulk Beware ol the dealer who tries to tell something lustt t u good VIRGINIA COLLEGEFor YounflaJIcs Remote Virginia flpeni Septemlier it i1pml One of thr Itadli a Schools for YnitiiK Iadira Iu the South New bulldlngi piano and equipment Ctmipiix ten acre Grand mountilu kcttery In Valley of Virginia ftiniiNt lot health Kuropran and Anirtlcan teachers IuM ccure Cunnrivaloiy advanlniitmu AitMioltI anti tlwutiun StudenU from thirty hloten l r lafiK nut adilron MATTII I UARKID Ilcaldenl KoanokeVa PARKERS I HAIR BALSAM fflianwe ol b4utllJu Uu bait I Isoooiie a lvnuiat JNwllI- N lIstI 01IImonJtluoJ I- CUTVJ Try THE HERALD for flue Job Printing jr jr iT HAUTFOHD HEKALF ftlAXU I s IlxIIlltillKIl MAT1IIHWSI 11111 r Huliscriptinii tl prr Vctiriu mliiinti WEDNESDAY JULY to Democratic Ticket For Couutr JuUcJ P MHLFR Hot County Cowl ClrtkT J SMITH For ShttlfT TIIOMA H BCTIKII For School Siiperlnltudftitr W nni For tpttenttIeM I J Ccix For County Altotn yW II rukNU Vor nllcrFRANK WADK For A orjAMKs C BFNNKTI For Siirvtyor JAMKS I DROWN For Coroner HIIWARD I IioawKLt 1IIIT IIta Ihllli dl ICred I I halI IallllI a dl1 Isli IIf kt c rca Iii w I1111111I I I t lie wllr t case nf hiccoughs Young men ei cot tIng tlirlr sweethearts past Iei creamI Iparlors willI I I watchI for syrup tdlllS WIIKS a news Item appears these days sayingI that one of our fummi pugilistsI is IIn ItrainingI I one Ihardlyi knows whether he Is Itaking Imxln ItslIs or attending1 I a strenuousI thllllli of elocution 11I1JIIIATIOSalei beingi I made fir tilt annual meetingI of ItheI 11111t lick Press Association which convene thist year at MadlsonvilleI The ImilI eat Ions nrethat it will lie Ione of the most pleasantt meetingsI Ini tin lilstor1 III tlit hody 0 Im good roads 101111111011 at I hIIIhnrlllllxti 1iitd aiy a1111 rI1I1Ii day IlromlseHoI be a very big affairt model mile of road will be bullIon the Hartford road leading out of Ovvcnsboru Everyone IInterested IIn thisI I mot IImportant matter shotili attendi FOUKTII of July was celebrated at Philadelphia In great style with a Chinaman as chief orator of the day Perhaps this was to glvcdislinctiot and crdlt to our national noisemaker the tIre cracker Minister Wu ring Iung was the orator referred to and his address was chaste scholarly and iiille American In sentiment IK our farmers would sit down and figure out accurately just what IIt now costs to haul each pound of farm products to market and then put Invr against that result the reduced cost If transported over good roads they would be astounded at the dlf 1 Ierence They Would also be more enthusiastic than ever on the subject utI good roads S Tin editor of the Cynthianu DOM finil lieingI I a bachelor and naturally I Ifan observingI and studiousI nature might1 to know IIn commentingI on the latest In feminine attire he says Ithe difference between a coming mil gown and a going away gown iis thatI one goes away up close around I tinI neck whileI I the young lady COllies Inut of tthe other as far as1 shecan get withoutI creatingI a scandal S Mit WATTKUSON IIs credited with sayingI I bar I inder theI operation of ItheI Itioibel law tillI election Iis not lell to chance Whether Mr Walter MIII said this or not we dliliot under Itake t10 II1I run or deny but IIt IIsevi ileni thai the application It can be ailly misconstrued There can be Ino sort of doubt Ihowever thatI under the operationI ofi tillI top llnescliemtI I Iherei u Iin OhioI county till resultI of the Iliepubllcan iprimary election of Feb iruary Ml was IIn nowise left to chance TUB next IKentucky Legislature will be calledI I upon to pass a modern wad law Ikfore time meeting of that body I he way should he so well paved and thll wishes of time people IIn till matter so wellI known that thereI should be no troubleI IIn framingI a suitable and IpracticableI measure for the IImprove rime ii t andi keeping up of our public Ithoroughfares The subject of good roads Is ione Iof till most IImportant now before till people und they should give It Itill attention which It de serves 1HIIKSKI millineryI I Is time latestI tthingI whichI I Ilias recentlyI been IIntroduced Into Louisville And bytheway It Iis much more sensibly applied than much of time feminine adornment now worn IIt consists of strawt hats for Ihorses Itoi protect their heads from the rays ofI the scorchingI sun These are fastened ItoI I ttheI headgear oral constI I Itute a device both useful und humane Mosti any old straw hat willI I I do and I very driver should employ Ithis kindI Iprotectioni fur mans truest and most 1lIIollllla I11I11I1lI servantt S NUONI I seems to be able to speak for Mr A S Bennett not even the ucntlemaii himself or to say whether t hitri Is all1I11lIhIl0l1 of imhnuu coiuiltig flIt publicly arid declaring his choice fur I1I S Senator We will walt a few days longer after which If then is no response we will concludo that xlkricuI admits time truthfulness of time barge I hat he Is either Barnett man or afraid to say that ho Is not lor Mrl IDeboe Old Timer anil many other Republicans of Ohio county arc anxiouslyl awaiting Mr1 Bennetts reply Sink or swim live or tIle survive tir perish I give my bund and my heartt to thIs vole Try to iimagine a Webster makingI thist thee Ilarationt I IIn Ithe iKentucky Legislature when voting for W Deboe for I S T Senator In preference for W C I O IBradley 1 ohio W YNkls a mel other IIllustriousI I IRepublicans Let your IIm aginationIt willI take a good one carry you a step further In this jiollt IlealI trance whereinI you see Mr A S jBennettt ItakingI Itho1 place of MrI Web ster addingI to the above quotidi words And ttillsI i 1 do as represent Iing Ithe Iparamount wishi of tthe votcm of my party IIn Ohio county S TUB modern cultlstnt till Christiant scientists say there IIs no suchI i thingI us actual bodily sutlcrlriK that It ih mull IIn the IImaginationI of the 111111111I and IthatI wlllHiwerI properly exe r Ilscd will banish all objecllonabl sensations They IIdilisI thatt t I mere Is Iii such tiling as tmlTcrlng from tile hutat that It Is simply a condition of the mind As si test let us try to shlv er as we read a stctlon of Ithe letter of Mr Joseph Sawyer 1 lr dated at time faraway North 1 lime O I It sayi Nome has had a1 very hard wlnteiI There Is six fell or snow on our prohu ertvnow There now Isnt that m- miulir hrIll TUBi taxu IthatI hall roads levies on time Ipeople is Insidious and like tthe governmentt and other Itaxes ItI Ul pah Ito a greatI extent without rcalizlni tilt burden of It The people wolili not stand It a year If Ithey wen brought tto a full sense of tthe enornil I ty and thai mmumnitcessmtriuicss of It Thie worst part about It isI thatI while other Itaxes afford some soul of benefit or protection or good elTcct Ithe haul roads Ilax gives nothing III return but only continues to Impoverish till tax payer The farmer or citizen who IIs not earnestly and practically IIn fuvci of goodi roads certainlyI stands as a stumblingblock between the pros perltyof himself and his neighbor MANY people are Inclined to throw Ithe lilamo nn Mrl Cleveland for the financialI troubles whichh i overtook time countryt during his second admlnlstraI t111111 limit It is well enough to give theI devilI I Ihisi I dues The celebratei Issue of IT S bonds was foreseen sev eral month prior to Mr Cleveland IInaugurationI The fact IN Clevelam was forced 10 hear time brunt of tIme Ihad management of tIll IHarrisonI ad ministration Charles Foster Setre Itary of theI Treasury was ready tto Is sue bonds while IHarrison was yet President and it was regarded as ex cecdlngly fortunate that the Harrlscr administration was able to hold out to the end without employing the bond makeshift The bonds would have been inevitable hall Mr HarrNor been reelected S WK believe we come very nea stating Itime truth when we say that lion W O Bradley Is the political Idol of a majority of the Republican of Ohio county That Iredescrvcs this esteem and distinction we have no reason to deny As a Republican and a man of ability Mr Bradley stands nearly if not at the head of his party In this State He has brains discre lion and a vat store of good common sense The exGovernor says he IIs out of politics for good and for all and that he has no desire whatever for future political honors Mr Bradley may go tell this to the marines We can hardlyI believe It It is no discredit to him however either decis ion he makes But there IIs one other subject on which Mr Bradley Is very emphatic and decisive IHe Is not In favor of the reelection of Mr W J Deboe to t hue position of 1U S Senator PARALLEL CASES The Fourth of 1 luly just passed brings to vivid remembrance the stir I rug evemuts of a I little more than one hundrcdi years ago which all Arnerl cans take such patriotic delight in omrnemoratlngI When In the course of human events declared our forefathers It ecoines necessary for one people to IllssolveI Ithe 1politicalI hands which have connected them with another inl to assume among the powers of Jit earth the separate and eijual iOta thou to which the laws of nature and of natures God entitle them a decent respect for time opinions of mankind eijulres that they should declare time causes which IImpel them to the scpar Hlon1 Then follows time IImmortal assertion that We hold these truths to be self jvldcnt that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain Inalienable rights that amonl these fire 1If1lIher- ty and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments ire InstitutedI I I among men deriving their Just powers from the consent of tIme governed that wlienuverany form uf government becomes destructive of these ends it Is the right of the peo pIc to alter or abolish I it and to IInstlI tumte a now government laying its oundatlons on such principlesI and irganling Its powers In such form as to them shall seem most likely to of feet their safety and happiness After tills splendid declaration be gins the recital of those grievances which Impelledi these words and the iubsequeiit action The coloniesi Ihad revolted against time tyrannical rule of iKingI George and IBritish dictation The subscribers to that IImperishable reed go on ti i stat e that The history iii tIll present king of Great Britain IIs the history Iof repeated IInjuries and uusuu IlILt loris all Ihaving IIn directI ob iect tile establishment of an absolute yranny over these States ToI prove this they saldlclI facts tic submittedI I to a candid world And ollowlngI thisi comes a general corn ilalnt which forms a strange a mimI lurch iie analogy between the national i ii vi mom lumen Is IIf our forefathers andi thhosei fardistant people whichI our use rum utmenm t iof today IIs tryingI to sub jtigate InI a strikinglyI BritishI manner Speaking of time foreign potentate who Yas then strivingI to civilizeI I I and assimilate our people under the iway of empire IIt was said that It Fills ifjiifiil lin tiMiit In hum UK iiimt1 VlitiltmiiM iliul HHtimiwilfurlltfl JlIIII- lic ywifandI President McKlnley humus just condemned the whole Cuban institution lh linn illinlr jmlijfn ilbjstssibif in hijss rill itlnnt fur tin liiiiirt of tin iIf niiYic nmf tIt iiiiiHtiiit iiml list Hiymt it nftlidr juifur VV exactly as time Judges In Porto I IHlclII alld ttill PhilippinesI I I arc depend ent on our IPresident I lIt luutnrtcilI n iinillituilt vii nuinj bin1 ami nut liHIn r K itn IIIA nf iiffiif In nifiifniiiir iintik ninll nit nut Ilitlf jlII- JxtIIllCljJtllU fcaiis a Iii FilipinosI I call reiterate tills clmrgo with entire JJustice I Jor iniinHilinj Tiifm unin 1114 without iitffiiuKtHl fiiriiu irltrtu litrj wliet lJf a final troc n aiMny lu Fur iffjinfiii ii s In tiitin t4i f Iit bciirftt nftrial 1by Jiiri fhcso lire rCII1 sons why our forefathers threw oil till rule of the British 1King Are ve guiltless of thorny hllllldrcdi suggestive counterpart In the present struggles of some people of the earth to preserve their IIbert and Indepoml ence The brae Boers perhaps immure than any other people have reason toI contend for a national freedom I shall release them from tthe domlna tlon of a monarchy which has hen no less cruel than oppressive aIIJrIl1tlcependence read on the village green tr at some other public place for the In structlon of youth and time refresh tnent of patriotism generally It WIIS a salutary practice yet while wi no more follow thisI I custom itI Is oilr privilege and our pleasure ttos com mcmorato time promulgation of thai matchless document and to preservt for posterity1 thoseI splendidi ItraditionI t which have made Ius a nation siI ri snug avid great Selling a State The PennsylvaniaI legislatureI whicl adjourned two weeks ago enjoyed ia most prosperous season Business win never more active the market never sio buoyant nor buyers so eager For votes against the Game bill 100 apleci was paid until the measure approached its last stages Then till market stiffened and prices rose as high as 100 Votes for the railway franchise grabs were ijuoted at from 11000 to fooo The ripper bills however were tin most remunerative At leastt 100001l went Into the legislature on account of the Plttsbnrg ripper alone It was iII contest resembling that between tIme titans of Wall street when Northern Pacific was bid tip to 1000 Members were offered 0iOOO apiect for votes against the measure At time last moment supporters of the bill rush ed into the pit and bid up tIme market which closed at 33000 a vote for tin billThe Pretoria guards used to auctioi off the Roman Empire The PennsylI vanla legislature sells the State in the same manner Anti there are others Oil in Grayson County During time trip of the Louisville Busi ness Mens train through Kentucky last week much interest was manifested by citizens at different iwints in regard to the development of time natural resources of the State When the train arrived at Caneyville the following communi cation addressed to tIme members of tht Board of Trade of Louisville was handed aboard Gentlemen by the request of some friends we give you the following infor illAtion in regard to oil and gas indications on land between Caneyville anti Short creek Grayson county Kentucky- On the farms of C C Massif and James F Dewcesc tIme odor of oil at times becomes so offensive that the families have to close their doors and lllltISIIIe1J J Ferry there lire three old salt wells from which the neighbors made their salt in the early days awl there are ilso oil indications on hubs farm On Mr Columbus Smiths farm the indications of oil are very perceptible On time farm of Col 1 J Ferry Col Ferrys son was cutting down a tree awl all gas was escaping he applied a match to It anti it burned for thirty minutes Most every tree in this entire section whose trunks ate hollow at tIme ground and closed at the top contains gas mill It is a very commen thing III tIme neigh borhood for those who are coutting them to apply a match to see them burn On the place of Mr Columbus Smith several horses have beeli killed at different times Iby gas escaping through n small hole in time stumble III which tIme horses were left TIme stable Is still ttanding We refer you to the following named gentlemen 1 1 Ferry Thomas Ferry Thomas Bond James F Deweese Elisha Murphy Columbus Smith C C Massie Tames Oiler Caneyville A Hows This We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be tired by Halln Catarrh Cure F J ClIKNKV CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F TI Cheney for tIme last I15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all msiuesH transactions mmtdebytimeir firm iVusr TitUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WAIUINU KINKAN MAI VIS Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curds ttaken Internally toting directly upon the blood mill mucous surfaces of tilt system Test nonials sent free Price 7lIeI bottle sold iby nil Druggists Hall 8 Funnily Pills are tIme ebst m Great Britain in Bad Plight Popular dissatisfaction with the Guy rnment of Great Britain increases tinily It has no policy and it is de ilared that but for the fact that the South African war Is still unfinished the Cabinet would be reconstructed iVithin a month Discipline among the supporters of thu Government hits ilmoHt disappeared The Admlraty statement III both houses of Parliament humus also brought out till filet that tho Urltish navy in totally unprepared forum serious war I IA bad complexion generally results inactivu liver and bowels In all such cases DuWltfn Little Early RisersI 1 WillImAppalling Death RateI TIll mortuary record in HopklitHville of late Is characterized as appalling by the New Km of Wednesday afternoon which reports nine deaths within twelve lours Six of the purlieu lived In tho city and ttvo of them were white rime I aper states further that fur time past wo months there lias been at least one lenth In tho cioumutyttryI day mind ftlmiH several None of tho unfortu unite people wero victims of heat us wits eported Jr John Tlppls Colton 0 says tolvyd Julie and Tar cured my little girl of ift iwvuo cough and inflamed oualla All drujmlifs m r SENATORDEBOE AND SOME OF HIS WELL KNOWN PECULIARITIES Hon W 0 Bradley Says The Senator Will not Re Nominated beII SOMiiui DKIHIIS llltllJllTr IMUMI u Hon W O liriulley was Intervlewei in Louisville lust wick by a representa the of tin Conrlntmtl Ennuircr TIme following It n verbatim report of time in tenlew together with u few historical sketches of time lift of Senator Deboe who Mr Unilley says will not bo re nominated by till Kcpublicnns as in 1llIIllIllltto succeed himself aim U S Senator The njnirtcr commenced with Mr Urtllhey by asking him I 1 lovernor what about politics 1 dont know anything about poll ties said he 1 am trying earnestly to stay out of politic now ami forever 1vt come to the time of lift when I musi think of time welfare of myself mill fain lly Ive accumulated pretty nearly ev erything III polities but money and 1ti going to try a new plan Im going to leave polities atone and practice law for money exclusively Im dNtlnetl and permanently out of politiesI PIIIMIY iusorvii lint was suggested perhaps they wont let you stmuytint Suppose then should be a close vote or a Kepnblicit majority III the next Legislature That would be perfectly immaterial to me saul time exGovernor promptly I dont want to go to tIll Senate 1I tell you 1 am in hall earnest when I say that I am going to practice law for the money Ilall make Other jwopli can KO ahead with my fullconsent and practice polities for tIme fame they may accrue Im not after fame Im aiming to accumulate something you can buy thing w ith Ive not a splendid aft here Im going to see how many Gov ernment bonds 1 can decorate u the inte nor with Mr Bradley was tthen asked Dd yon think Senator Deboe will be renom inated by time UepnblieansT Timer Iis one thing about Uradley he Iin invariably and unmistakably riet To thist question lit rescinded verbatimI as follows No Why not was askitl Why should he bet replied Mr Bradley That seemed to cover tthe en tire field of discussion It VjiiMd the nterview uNumJrI ItmtHI Dtbot hits been a unique ansi inter tstins figure III public life since he was hoved into time Senate by a strange combination circnmstances develop ed in Kepnbliciui opposition to tin am itions of W Godfrey Hunter Time newspapers printed n good many ilories about Deboes naivettc and it Iis July fair to the newspapers to say that hubs career as a statesman limos utTered unuy incidents corroborative of the nrly reports concerning liim hiss hair in Wnihliigton hits been tilled by Ills imposing presence and that wems to cover the history of his official exist lice There was much curiosity to see Debut after his election from the act that he was almost unknown and widely ridiculed in the Democratic press A wellknown Republican has described ills first sight of Dboe in a graphic man ner It wits at a meeting in the Re mblicans home county Mr Delia ame upon Itill stand saul he with us flue an air as 1 have ever seen He aised his hand in silence and in a clear inn enunciation said Fellow citizens and Republicans I was completely astounded I was convinced that some sine had done II lot of lying about Deboe Tho Impression lie made was excellent Then he con inued Fellow citizens and Republicans 1 mi glad of this opportunity to be with you I say to you that there Is one thing oday which should make your bottoms well with patriotic pride IIH it makes my bosom swell with patriotic pride tnd that Iis that we have snclrix beauti llfnl day for our meeting TIme Republican who tells this story iwears that it is tie truth and then mills that his opening passage was thu best1 thing in DehoeH speech A rorisvnu sraccii At a meeting in Louisville during thus ampaign of IlltllO Deboe as Chairman vas presented liy a committee of ladies with a bnnuh of chryHanthemums By uthentiu report ho said from tIme stage I wish to thank the gallant ladles for hese roses They am till prettiest II- hmutyu over saw A Republican In Washington 1s an hority for the Htatement that Deboe at social gathering at which tIme ingrat ludo of nations to men of genius wits icing discussed followed KOIIIO com nents of others upon the lives of Homer Columbus and Daniel Boonc by remark hug that hu thought tIme most abused nun he ever heard of wits Pocahontus Upon bting privately informed thAt ociiliontas was a woman ho explained hat it had been Rome time anyway sluice hu lurid read the Bible much UAH IIKKN KIIHKWI It may lam that a good deal of time gossip about Deboo is not only humor hut ictlon In political dealings since hit ilection to the Senate hu humus evinced a Certain discretion mid wariness that would not be discreditable to even time rent Hanna and his speech on the slciiragun Canal bill was marked more Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious AyersPillsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure AiiduSim W nut your niniitiM r Irsi Iulllulbrown or rid bUckTI rcii UIO BUCKINGHAMS DYE WII 1cr 0 r H t iby iKinderous redundancy thiiuby tlowi right foolishness Hut M11 Deboun prospects may 1ho slimmed tim simply In the statenieii that the Hipublican party In Kentuek IU tired of him Ho went to the Seimt by accident If A recurrence of the ac cident were probable preventive steps would he promptly taken In tho tIe tlon of another Republican nomlnet And even with no hope of reelection Deboe may not even ho given Indorse meiit In tthe shape of a caucus nomlim 111111II Commissions Underthe New Elec tlon Law FltANKKOHT KY July 4I Joy Heckham today issuedcommissions to Charles H Poyntz of Maysvllle am JIIIIH C Wright of Newport as State Klectlon CommlssloiierH for Kentucky to retiresent time dominant politintl par ties in carrying out the provisions of the election law enacted at the last sessloi of the General AsstummblymptllmIte Court Clerk Sam J Shackelford tin tthird member of tin commission amid Its chairman Mr Poyntz wits selected his time State Central Committee tin Democratic party and Mr Wright b tin Itepnblican State Central Commit us School Per Capita 250 for This Year 1FitAXKiOHT Ky July S The school JUT capita for tIme 1IHI1 school year will be II AudltorCoulter timis morning eompletid the calculation which shows that this amount will bu paid for each child of school age III tin State Time per capita last year was i4V It wes believed for smite awhih that in view of the fact thou the Court of ApHals divided that time big deficit ol last year left over from the preeedinu year and amounting to something over ilJWOOO had to be paid out of time fnnl for the last school year that a deficit would result from last year so large tImid tIme per capita for time present year would bo greatly reduced According to the figures taken fron tIme books III time ofllci of Superintendent McChesney there mire now 7s7ii pupils that Is chihleni between time ages of six and twentv yearsLtst year there were rejHirtcd to the office of Superintendent of Public In struction 7iTVll pupils only I1 Sil less than this year When you want a modern nptodato physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They mire easy to take Mill pleasant in effect Price JV cents Samples free at Urifiins drug store Hartford m Look at Pennsylvania Io ton litraid I Pennsylvania now supplies the nation with time worst examples of jKilitical rice It has achieved unenviable lotoriety in this line TIme corruption of the reconstruction era in time South Iis tirpassed by the brazen jobbery which lonrishes almost unrebuked in tIme Ceystone State thirty years afterwards The later manifestation have riot time sense III conditions that mitigated 1 the former crimes There lm lluu n i jvertnrn of the social system no dein iralizit ion of war no violent putting of time bottom rail on top no substitution of ignorance for intelligence in tin body of voters hunt a steady vicious degrada low of public sentiment under the rule f selfish sordid wanton leaders chietly IIf tIll Kepnbliciui party Xo other itati exhibits an equal debasement of ontcienre and honor on time part of nen intrusted with public responsible ties and necessarily on tIll part of time onstituency which tolerates and sup ports them Canieronisin gone toseed humus aised up uch jioliticians as Quay enrose Stone and Ashbridge The vorst scandal Is riot their specific iiilsgoverriinentI t which is bad enough hut the demoralizing influence of their xample IIIHIII111 time youth of time Com nonweiilth If time criminals in all time jails were turned loose they wonld not lie so dangerous III their intlnence to degrade tIme standards of public life as Illre the men whom time people of tIme Commonwealth have elevatedl to places of honor They mire undermining tIme immorality of time coining generation I am indebted S to One Minute Cough Curl for my life I wits treated In vain I fohiowimiglitCurti and recovered my health Mr I II Wise Madison tin J H Will urns III Oil In McLean County- A suit lias been filed In time circuit court of McLean county ngaints Lem Idler tumid Max Humberts the two Ev insville oil mIll who have leased a big lot of oil land In that county David Porter is tho plaintiff Ho was employ ed by Adler mind Gnnmberts to secure tho leases and a contract was drawn up orter sums working with tho undor landing that lit was to gut a percentage IIf thin profits when the oil wits sold nit titter he had secured time duslred leases he learned tlmt time written greement did not protect him In time least nn4 bu lusts now tiled the suit to njoln time men from operating There humus been much speculation us to mmmi oil well which Is In McLean county There are many signs of oil in that ection but in one place III the creek bottom there is an artesian oil well JIt Is a large hole III time ground and time oil mis out mill the year round TO CUKB A COLD IN ONE 110 Y- IlIko Laxative UroinoQnlnine Tablets All druggists refund tho money if it alls to cure JE W Groves signature Iii on each box 31u tfIA Fist and Skull Fight An old time fist and skiill fight wits tilled olf on tho streets of Calhoun rlday says the Owensboro Messenger Two well known men Frank Rcbald ind Frank lore both well nmdu strong ind well matched met antI became nguged In an argument which brought oil the light There was nothing allow OIl but heavy right mid left swings and juie lands were made that would jar yet No arrests were minnie its tho itv judge and marshal got together uuutit agreed that both men were severely uoiiKli iunishcd before they wero 8ellllrllter1d If you want some just an good I nake It myself Keniedy try an Imlta Ion Rocky Mountain TelL Twill nmko ou sick and keep you sick Ask your ilrlltulet UI YourHair Two years ago my hair was falling out badly 1 purchased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris lit Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy 1100 I Milt All dfiultU u your ilrurelt rannni uiiy uu trnilI us otiti Uulur and o will piitr tiiu R totiu uu iiu Milfhlhn 1101111- 0ur uur 1I J rrlxmli co 1I Msssss i TRIED A DICKER With Bryan In1900uAlicKCIi At tempt at Bribery by AKUI naldos Men A New York tiletfrumIto theClilniy Chronlile HHJM TIll extraordinary fctt lummA I 111 lisehsesi1 tliiit ditritn Ithe President Ilal aiiipiltii lat year Auninaldo sn ineHMnKeiM Ito Mr1 Ilrvan unVriiiK I suirmemuiher tot mummsuumshitiituhi ins timu iDem Kratii President llould IIn iNiIfd ii usil propo ln iontrilmlinii of innniy frlllll the Philippinei nrnlntionary ttnaxtin 1to tIll ltmmutrmt Ic thet jon fiindi Till r markable this ovtry tthrows a ctron light on tin real attitude of tIll inrm Kent government and iitsI leaders ttnwuii 1 ttthe fiiittsl1 States Uiiriiif Mr Hryims first visit Ito Niv York mutter hN rioinliiiitioiiI at Kansa City twot agents nf thet Philipiine re pnlilieiipiHiireil1 at the IHotTinan IHouf ind askitl to set the IDimiKratii leadei Mr Uryim dtehi tie toriveivellieinI Tim nextt day they returned and niiewiil t hut ittempt to Menn a private interview with Mr llryan hintI airain they failei 1 to se him Tliy insisted1 Ithat ttlni r- bnmus wai uvirwhelmlnKi I inilr tanoe lint divlinidI110 give a hint nf the iliject of tliir iiilslun- ItrKlVKD SIMIIV AS lHIVlnrts Later Iin thIlay tthy were infurniei t hat one of Mrt Uryann friends wonli receive ttlieni in huts helmlf 1 lint tiny were warned that they iouM riot IIn treat til with as ntlioials of the revolt tiouary Kuvirnmerit Imt as private in rldimln The twoiltletats uf tIll Phlliipini overninirit waited on Mr llryan friends at the timeI hulk but ii anal pre stmmtsMll their eredeiitial They divhirii tthat with Mri IItryans approval gui uildo would at onoo iisxm a prmla nation ammnmuimmmi mug that in tlnlllMr llryan watt elected to tin Pre iilin I y the PhilippliiiI i army would without ondition snrreniler to the IInitiil State mil ttrust the liryim administration fill ni favoralile form of Kovirmiunt fuimd donI this principlis of tth Constitn thou of the rnitiil1 State The delegates also annntlnied tthat tlhey were mint hi rizi to otTer II rontriI but bum of l10110011I to tin IiKmocratii latlonal campaign fund They explain il tthat the PhilippineI Ipeople were eoir Intwl liy tIme ntteruiieeit sfsIr llryiui arid his prlneipal sninKirtern that thilr inly hope of justice and freedom lay in DerniKrntln uncress On tIhullltf land tin poliey pursued 1liy tin HiKlnley Administration had satis led AKiiinaldo and hN pnoplu tthat tin tepnbllcan party had no intentioni IIf ovemiiiK tIme Philippinei other than muss ilhjeet euhi smiles UKKfSKS TO HiMI WITHI rilllIXuS- Mr I I Hryann representative infornud X nlnaldo that tthe Democratic party lould have no lemuhimmgs or bargains dl eetly or Indirectly openly or covertly vlth men lssmiri mug arms ii alnst tthe an hority of the lnlted Slates They vere told that tIme Philippino limmestlIolI van belriK fonght out as an issue of do nestle Iloilt its and that thus American teople could thrush it out and settle it inoiitf theinselviH without outside HIIK gllIlIuII or Interference Tlie DeniiKrat 10 Hpokesman added that Iif A lIll1alt1l1 lelieved that his peoples only hope of nutlet lay in Mr liryanit election lie hould not have hellevid It poislhle that thin Democratii candidate would secrets Ily tratllo with urineil1 messeiiKers of his onntryt Tlie Philippine envoyx were advised to leave New York at once and to Inform their government tthat tlie emocratlc party wonld have nothing to do with thum The Filipinos were deeply disappoint 411 hut immediately left New York and rent to Toronto tn eominnnlcattt flue nswer of tho Demoeratlii leader to IxulimldoLATKII William T Bryan Monday onflnned time tttory thatt emissaries of iKulnaldo olleriil to contribute I1011111111 10 the IDemocratii campaign fund Heartburn When time qumuutbty uf food taken IK too large or tIme imanllty too rich heartburn its likely to follow and especially Fllif- tho digestion huts been weakened by loimtipatlon Kat slowly and not ton- reely of easily digested food Mastlcato time fiKxl thoroiiKhly Let six hours lapse between meals and when yon feel a fullness and weight In thom region IInmtlicuitiumgIyou of Chamberlains Btoniaeli arid Liver Tablets and tho heartburn may bu ivnldnd For sale by 55 Wayne Grillln ti Pro i I PigIH In order to save tho lUo of II pig Hiram ohnson and Mrs Mathilda Parkinson were married today by Aldernian Jonohan of this city whose reputation 111111 Solomon in thereby enhanced Mrs Parkinson appealed to him thu ther day for Justice Siam said that llrnm Johnson who owned a farm djolnlng hers hud stolen tIme pig from her Johnson said time plC Wills his mural lie could prove It Several wltmiKw q h if = oJv= o oI4ill m iJIfi Jit This is not for You 11 1111II 1111 ti lc I I I i r pnilltiililt way possible count to our storo now 1 No iliaiiii in liurninj yourI alI lion iin tho 1 J Ixcoptioiialilo valuos wo liavo to oiler We want iitoi itupnss upnii Ithe public tIme absolute truth i fulness of tin assertionI that we are going toI lOt II IIIdlli countI Ifur vciy I littlei iin closing out our lJl I i intitliEiJI I t t r 1 1lIl1ti to make a clean sweep Hill if we get a lit iil ilit above III a little below cost ami carriage for W I inn goods now we shall 1 lie satisfied 11 EE m Our Big July Clearance tJ m Sale is Now On ir I JjI1 i i t I JjJj- I ii iII II supplyI lit many linesI imif goodsI Thoso must i go righti I away for Itin Cash whether there is a IirirIrolitj attatlictl or not Wo are showing II hig i1 lino of now ILace Kinhrnidories Allovori IInser tionsaiul I Iitv Hig hut nf1 Kihhona Ladies iJiJjllllill1 ami KnittttlI Ilidoiwcart LawnsI Organ i I liitics loulards I Dimities Hhamhrios I i1i Vhito J Dris dnoils and othor IDross FablhHillltaok atnl I hilts In SiiiuiiHi and UIitl ILadies and t tents Knrnishing 1 lt we have large desirable Ii mmilllllis IWoIjj I Havent Time and Dont Care m To Quote PncBsifiJ iJtt II 111I1lht our ttituiuiuii tin must 01 ii- II utJIJ tJi11t1tiut1iig Vo are uito willing to I 1111 a IIi I pltasodI I ami wo are tiimtl ill toI turnt our1 goods milllll Cash Vo need thiah tn make our f I IKail pirnliasesI I Ihoiioo tthisI sacrifice We want J tiurb customersI to take advantage of tthis Clear 1 Jallll alo with the full assurance that thero ist r lirgtitu in every purchase Come NOWI DoI 1 1iItltJ I Im till Maigain will gel fewer as are ditt H Md oft i iJ iJtlll i L LL Iijj1kL1tNt J i1i 99- IitfcrcI0J Jff k1 000sm r AN C TAYLOR 011 I h 10011 Ill I liI IW 1 Y 11111 FliojuuleloimLivery Food Stable I ARTFORDIKYIh lit jigs M linri iiutini Iciiri- irniion iii awllIrltIIIlllrlr iel ftI uniil giiven Imrs 111 ealer In Wagons liturgies tot lug shsthuinm Hay Iliike hituuders awl Imuummubnmur Immmllhimnmilul Call once and yon will call again lUsmmmsmimtsir till place opiuiit mss t sillof till Iliirtfuril House WTIJKMS STItKTIY CASH swore tin pig btloiiged to sinus or thu nthir and as time evidence of each side i was of iijnal weight tthe Alderman I made a decision worthy of his reputa mis sum IHe said tilt pig should be killed and tthen divided1 I timally Ilintt 1 both i I I I I I11ItrIII1III ed1 smilingly Vhiyihiimut you marry and keep the pig in till family You miTt old enough Doth mire over VIi i The suggestion pleased themt They went IntoI a cornui ttalked It over and came out hand Iin hiind and blushing The Alderman married them and they took flit pig home- NEAFUSKY I Special la rilK IlKiALn July H Quite a largo crowd of young people of this neighborhood tended cluurtlm lit Witlmitt drove Sunday I Mr K IitT of Tribune Texas is visiting friends and relatives Iin this neighborhood I Quite n crowd of both old and young i attendedI tthe reunion att Morgantown I I II IIII moth Cave Mrs James Kelsinger who hits been sick for some time is no better Mr and Mrs Hardin Kmhreys child I IekIthis neighborhood lure look ing well and are not Buttering for rain las O Amhertof Della 0 writes I had an obstinate sore on my face which everything else failed to healI After onu application of Banner Salve it I 1lll1entlollllit I scar All druggists m Gone to Rest Mr Ellis Daughcrty of Henfrow iBeil lit hubs imtmmmuo Thursday night KII oclock his remains were tho Falrvlew burying ground Friday evening Ho wits almost 13 years old unit had lived a Christian for several yearn He was loved by nil who knew him Ills health had been very bail for several years and It IIs thought that ho tiled of consumption He leaves a wife and one child father and mother one brother and two ulsters to mourn his loss Educate 1our Iloweli TVIIh Caicarett CAndl CAlbArLiCicure canitlpatloa forever I c mo uluo4 unooj MATANZAS K- YSiIITi l t itKXAiu I JulysI Miss Iyda Tirhenoi died1 at lieu home near Point Pleasant tthu 4th ihist of lux Inneral Hrvlcis wero held at tin IBaptist church I lie next day conducted liy Jtev Kl II Maddojs after which her remains were laid to rest in tint familyi graveyard near Itosss IKipI I phi Mr Nat Iindley and Mrs Allen Iglr heart an ill of hilux KeyI J T Camsii tier and wlfeof ItockI port attended time funeral of Miss Fydn Tlchenor last Friday MrsI Charlotte Tlchenor who humus been visiting her sister Mrs Casebler at Ceralvo for flue past two weeks re turned home last Friday Misst Will Tichenor who has lInux Is reported better The farmers are about dories plowing corn which is looking line in tthis set tion The tobacco crop looks hush Stopitbo Couch and Work Off tho Cola Laxative llromoOulnine Tablets cure mu cold In one slimy Price 83 cents If CERALVO KY IHprvlil to Tint UKRAMI July H Tim Infant child of Mri and Mrs Pen Fulkerxon tiled Sunday and will ho buried at this placo today sIr Dan Harncs and family visited Mr Uarnes fathers family in Duller y county last week Mrs Pearl lInker of Louisville visit ed Mrs Emma Fnlkerson recently Miss Mindii Wood returned Saturday from Huntsville where she hums been engaged in millinery work for time past three months Miss Huth Morris of Central City visited Misses Pearl and Jemle Norris last week Mr V H Morton in In Evmwvlllo this week Miss JIargaret Fulkerson visited nt Morgantown humid week Several trout hero attended time w union at Morgantown last Thursday 4 mumusithisyourIIiimlquestbumthat 1 Imvu over como in contact with premaratiomus KodolDyspepshuu mullkiumilsyougood 5 t a5hI 1 i r f t t t i t I H f tI Bury Me On r My Face SidiitI great philosopher and why ho said 11130 7 cnnso in a little whilo everything will be turned up jjV il side down let tin month mill July propera turning things 7Iurt up down e lletiMSummerCoatslkltIfiOIbys i Mens Linen Stiltssito fUX Ilhu Sorgo Coat inn Vest t i10to3tO luuze llnilirwrsir 2c 7Jferis Ibilhriggim Suits rIIO Tow MUCH IantH tlIIII SlHkH rc 4IIMMIy Half I low 11ktto 1111 low rut Shoes I 1- 1i LIdil s i1l11rIIOlotIJIIlUipltohrs 1 noo d Iarusol nil colors 6icttiaJIJt r Pretty line Fall 10 to 7C Whit liNMlx In Ilainanil Figured notojlk IKUIIHV Wash UnIls V NO lilt lIIu121o Hiimlmrg ami Swiss Knihroldtries lie tottilc 1 t Torclion IMgingl + nod ln + rlloiit lOc I lliiiuiiii Val lances Jilt to llc fff Thread Kdgrs lullI liwrtioni 2e to Ilk yard t t vlsanlluvurIauuallover We toic yard Law stripe HIISC lAc to 3K lhilds fancy lluw 1111111111112110 Mask Cat lliw1 Ke to SSe r Ladlr + Kk Vent1 tat sll Week iic liliuim lisle thread Vestt 2ale Kill in Line TV SliiitnI 511c Hlg cirt launler sole bIW5uc Oiioilollarii ynril Skirt Jooils C8 yards to skirt ioixl HIlimiHlI CorSttS rllc ii4slgllnlhl Kl- dt Ullln oc r- l VnIo1 IKid uiov es 1INIl t Silk I llnvrs lilack IIlIly aBI V- tvIUuIk Ilk MilH 1 to 2- Childs v rr I laraoJ 1 1JMrlls good work liluves boo 1 BIG REDUCTION IN MILLINERY I Till renittining uinfuer nulnths tVc are going to J mike illtlII till by making SIT1IA IL IHICES in f every department UemcinlaM1 wo take CASH V WoolI Ira liill eng ami I Ilatlursi in exchange for v I J M all kinds of Pry Goods t tTheFIace iss I HA RTFOKD HKKA m f WinNisiAYI Iriv IIn Illinois Central Railroad Beaver Dam Time Table- Newllmecatlllalmgratttueday1 nee 21 I OU It IIIKlll North Ituiinil Nmilli Iliiiiiitl 111I No Ijulur sijjn in No m due 1105 a No loj due i yo Ip m Nu lei dueyn lp m No millie I3 p II- IIiiull No gi due 916 p III freight Nu i4 tit 7501111 No Igldue2yop- mr I S 11VANMETaaAgent Delicious Coca Cola at tint Singer iilMeu Nicest Iline of Cigars in town at Sinner only Call1 lit Jrilllnrt s drug slurp fur nil khans of cooling drinks Mr11 S HennLtt No Creek was a 4ilciimmt caller Monday Icu Cream toed SherUt constantly on hand nt the Singer ofllce Horn to thu wife of H T Collins Hart fonl on July Ith a lino girl C It Martin jeweler old which maker nt Williams drug store For Oranges Lemons nod Bananas tfcourse you go to the Singerolllce Mrs John U Wilson who has been iinito ill the past week is Improving Miss Bessie Fair is visiting relatives at Junction City Casey county Ky Miss Margaret Haynen of Elinor Is the guest of Mr tool Mrs A 0 Taylor For 1Ilulck mid easy ride to or from Cleaver Dam patronize Field Us Bons bus lino Mr C E Morrison and wife spent Sunday with Mr Morrisons parents at Fordsville See A It Henfrow Co Dundee IKy for anythlngyon need in General Merchandise LitUo Miss Marie Colllngshas return lil homo from a visit to relatives at GlennvllleKy Call on A It Renfrew Co Dundee for Masons Fruit Jars Quarts tOOc hilt gallons 03c Mr L F Wiiriior returned Friday from a pleasant visit to relatives and friends In Indiana Dr E A Carson 1ms opened a dental olllou up stairs next door to Carson 8 Cos Hartford Ky tf DraggedDown Feeling In the loins- Nervousncea nnrcfrrshlug ulccp dcspon dincy It Is time you were loins something TUo kidneys were anciently rallea the reinsIn your case they are milling the reins and driving you Into serious trouble Hoods Sarsaparilla Acts with the most direct beneficial erect on the kidneys It contains the best and Barest substances for correctlaj und tnnlnc these orglnsI IHII your MilkShake nt time Siege- u6teu Hot Peanuts and Iop Corn always on hand al Singer milts Mr C H Martin spent Sumlay with his family at Morgantown 1Urnnge Cherry and Illackbery plea plates nt the Singer office Igl C IL Field Ishad isI flu guest of his brother Mr Henry Field Totted Turkey Chicken Ham Chip Pod reef Arc nt Singer ofllce Capt Oscar Uishopnnd Private Murf ray Mills returned yesterday fruit tit Philippines Tlie nicest nod newest uptodate line of candies in the city can be found nt tlio Singer ofllce I1r Masons Fruit Jars go to A It HenfrowCo Dundee lKy Quarts Mic half gallons 5c- Mr load Mrs Tom Taylor and Mr Curlett Hiirbicon left yesterday for ShelbyvilleI on n visit j J I Klein and little Miss Elsiel ii Matthews visited friends nt Glennville Saturday night anti Sunday I IIf you wad Fruit Jars Sugar or sty thing else in household supplies call ot- A It Henfrow Co Dundee Ky I Misses Lula Walker and Mary Tny lor mill Muster John Taylor left Mot tiny to tnko in the Exposition nt But falo I Mr A I Null who Ima beer at Lex ington Ky in the telephone business was disabled and compelled to return homeMr n U Thompson of Horton who has been quite ill was thought to he slightly improved nt tho hour of going to press Commonwealths Attorney J E Howe utter n two weeks stay In hart- ford on legal business returned home last week I Mr and Mrs1 S Carter Sprint Lick wero in town Friday on their way to visit their sun Dr J L Carter Newville Ky Mr A M Mason of Greenville mul Miss Elizabeth Grigsby of Airdrle were married nt tho brides homo onI tho 4th of July Messrs John II Barnes and John M Leach Denver Dam J Harvey Loyd midI Solomon Phillips jlitnnville were In town yesterday Mrs Lena Coyle anti granddaugh ter little Miss Helen James will arrive in Hartford Friday to be the guests Mrs Lucy A Klein Mr tad Mrs J II Willmuis mid Mrs Williams sIsterMIss Carolyn Dar hour left Monday for n visit to Niagar- tad tho linffulo Exposition Marriage license since our last report R C Fuqua Heilln to Lnla Mitchell Beda W S Sheunvell Drnkesburg to Civllhi I Drown Rockport John W Willis li tnavllle to Nora Green Deaufleld I School1 orders taken us cash for goodsI nt Carson Cot i T J Morton returned from I IProf Illinois Sunday i Luerenethe little daughter of Mr and Mrs R T Collins has been unite sick the past few days of cholera infantum At lust accounts she was Improving I Judge H It Wedding will soon re turn and with his wife locate In Hart ford Tilt HrfiAMJ Joins many others In welcoming Judge and Mrs Wedding Mr F M Felix and wife of Olaton are nt tho bedside of Mrs Felixs broth er Mr Thomson of Horton whose se rious Illness is mentioned in another column I Dr Is A Carson the dentist will be at MuHenry next Friday and Saturday Ho will leave Sunday for Rockport IKy where ho will remain Monday and Tuesday Judge J P Miller mad Sheriff S T Stevens left yesterday to attend the Rash Roads Convention nt Hopkins vllle which will be in session today and tomorrow I Miss Lizzie Wnlker and Mrs John C Thomas aid xon Muster Elijah Thomas left yesterday for time wellknown fly geia Springs In Tennessee They will remain several weeks Mr FI lU IVlix mid rfamily WI rlthl guests of lams father und mother Mr and Mrs J T Felix mid other relatives at Chiton from Wednes day of last week till Monday last We will close out our Foulard Silks at 2k imported organdies 2JJc and all wash goods in proportion Dont fall to see these gmxls no last years goods All newfresh stock CARSON Si Co Mrs Mary A Duncan who lots been sick nt McHenry for the past month took a relapse last Friday and has been ijiilte ill since that time At the hour of gong to press she was thought to be slightly improved The directors of the Hartford anti Beaver Dam Electric Railway Light Power Company will bold a netting in the Court House here nt It1 oclock to morrow afternoon at which tithe some important business will be brought be fore the directors for final settlement Another important question that will come before the board Is the floating of the bonds Mr W Driscoll chief en gineer of the Illinois Central railroad is here preparatory to making the final survey and locating the route of the road Altogether prospects for an early beginning of the work on time road are very favorable TIll following parties spent the Fourth of July at Airdrie From Greenville Misses Miriam Eades Bessie Morgan Sidle Austin Clara Lovell Mary B Yost Margaret Grnndy Corinne John son Annie Richardson Linda mid Louis Chancy Grace Boliunou Belle Rowe Eunice Yeargau Grace Roll Katie Belle Duncan Pauline Jones Mr and Mrs A Y Allen Messrs Gayle Bohnn on Patton Morgan Andrew Duncan Ben Welsh Rufus Dennis Edward Wood Louis Roark Crawford Johnson Tom Miller Pollock Pnynter From Hart ford Misses Mabel Hubbard and andrClarence Field Died nt his residence wear Olaton Saturday July III 1M1 of old age mid a complication of diseasesl Mr Dowel St Clair Funeral services were con ducted by Rev A n Dyers Sunday morning utter which his retains were taken to the family burying grounds nt the Pilgrim Baptist church in Grayson county where internment took place Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large circle of friends and relatives Mr St Clair who would have been 77 years of ago the 10th of this mouth had lasso member of the Cumberland Presbyte riot church for many years He and Miss Ruth Pemberton were united In the holy bonds of matrimony August 6 IIMS Tills union wns blessed with 111 children 0I of whom together with his wife survive him Unique Reunion- At the residence of Sir J H Bozarth In Oweusboro last Sunday n unique family reunion was held Besides oth ers tho following persons were present Mrs Susan Sharp Mr Boznrths aunt seventyfive years old Mrs Ethel Tones another aunt seventyfour years Mrs Susan Suttonanother aunt seventy yenta old Sidney Bozarth an uncle sixtynine years old These old people all live in Davless county and Ohio county Mr Bozarth is chief deputy In the Sheriffs office at Owcnsboro and next to the uncles and aunts Is the oldest member of the fam fly Science has found that rheumatism caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be excreted by the kidneys Foley8 Kidney Cure always makes them well All druggists m Fire at Greenville GUKKNVILLK KY July 6The first lire that has occurred here in the busi ness district for three years broke out at 715 oclock last evening It started in time millinery store of Stevens Austin Theyhindcovered the loss G M Dexter stoves and tinware saved most of his stock but loses about X400 Neither of the houses wero insured The house of T injuredbylire is not known IA It Ronfrow it Co Dun dee have a big line of Masons- I rmt Jars Quarts fiOc half gallons 05c Lost or Stolen A dug about two months old has red Anyinfornatlonfbe rewarded tf HEKALD Notice There will bo a mass convention held Julyap um purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for the oflices of Magistrate and Constable in the Ilockport Magisterial Dis trict Every Democrat in the District is cordially Invited and expected to be present and take part in selecting the nominees for these offices a L Fur EitsoN Chuin A IL Ross Secretary GAME TOO LATE 1FOUND THAT HIS KINSWOMEN HAD SUICIDEDI Wealth That Would Have Saved the Lives of two Poor Women IATIIKTIC ANI ItOMANTIC STORY The Owensboro Mtsmnytr tells the following true story The tragic suicide of Mrs Widmer and her daughter In this city three years ago was recalled Friday and a pathetic and romantic story was revealed A rough looking man plainly clad wearing a black shirt and In his shirt sleeves arrived In the city at 814 oclock He came down town on a street car and got off at Main und St Ann Streets He stopped at Frank Mays Insurance office and asked to see a city directory He made it known that he was looking for his sister In law and niece whom lie lead not seen for years They were Mrs Pauline Wldmer and her daughter Pauline lIe was found to be a wealthy Idaho gold and copper miner and had come with a fortune to give to leis brothers wife and her daughter hut he had come too late His coming to the city recalls the sad affair of the night of June no 1807 on which occasion the mother and daugh ter because of poverty drank carbolic acid and died together He had never heard of It and land come thinking he would give them a surprise and present them with 10000 when he had on his person in gold certificates When he went into the insurance office he told who he was looking for but as their names were not on the directory he wild he supposed they had left the city lIe left there and went to the tail oring establishment of John Murphy on Fredrica Street where he made Inquiry for Mr Victor Strehl and Mr Murphy directed him to Mr Strebla grocery on Fourth Street It was there that he learned the tragic fate of his relatives Mr Strehl told him all he knew of the affair mad took him to the residence where Mrs Wldmer and her daughter had lived He wns broken down and wept bitterly He cursed himself furi ously for having neglected them for so long n time and said that his fortune had come too late He said that lie hind never wanted money save for their sake nnd that he would return to the hills nod die alone WIDMKK VKUV RICH He is an unmarried man and of Swiss decent He was born and reared in New York City and has been roughing- It out west for thirteen years He has established and sold a number of claims in the west and has amassed quite a large fortune He Is now located at Seven Devils on Snake River in Idaho and owns and operates n large gold and copper mine He came here in his miners clothing and carried the large sum of money In his rough western way In the back of his vest in time lining was a long pocket between the shoulders and in this he carried the gold certificates The sum was composed mostly of foOO bills He also carried a rough looking grip which contained n coat a gallon tin buckt a loaf of rye bread a tin cup and several wimples of quartz from his mine The quartz con silted of 05 per cent copper mid il per cent gold He was taken by a number of people to be a tramp and at three hotels in the city at which he went for dinner he was refused on account of his looks but he stated that be could buy all three of them with what money he bad with him- Nothing had ever been heard of llr1 Willmer here but he Is a brother to John Widmer tho husband of Mrs Pauline Widiner Their father came to this country from Switzerland and located in New York John Whinier clime here later and located on Third Street where he opened up a clothes cleaning and dyeing establishment which was kept up by Mrs Widiner and her daughter after the death of her husband until the double suicide which threw Owensboro into a fever of excitement STORY OP TIlE SUICIDE Some one celled at the Widener real dence on June HO four years ago to have some clothing cleaned mid could raise no one Another family lived in adjoining rooms and when they learned that Mrs Widmer could not be aroused became alanned as they were known to be early risers and it was then 0 oclock in the morning and an investigating party discovered the mother and daugh ter both lying cold in death An empty bottle with n red label showing that It had contained carbolic acid and a short note told the story It was a horrible affair and seemed to surrounded with a mystery as time only Information ev er learned was a note which read as fob lows Oh if I bad not been so cross to iny poor mother this would never have happened I see now that I stayed at hove too much and worried about nothing My poor mother was too good to me God blessed and prospered us Mr Will mer left on the 344 Texas train for Lonlsvllle saying that he was going back to the hills to live and die alone Those famous little pills DeWltts Little Early Risers compel liver anti bowels to do their duty thus giving you pure rich blood to recuperate your grllJtJI I Strayed From my premises near Smallhonse about ten days ago a dark Iron gray jennet three years old Satisfactory reward will be paid for return of ant ImnI or Information leading to her re covery CIt 1111 OVERTON S a now An Tour Kldneyt I- Dr Ilobbi 6carmtusPlllsone all kldntr lilt pi tle Add tUtrtlDf Remedy Co Chicago or N fa Farm for Sale Sixtyeight acres In Davless county 40 acres bottom land barn to house 10 acres tobacco two room tenant house und a new 3 room house just built a new 4I toot picket fence around entire r r SUBLIMEI WILL I- iiHon Alt Taylors Lecture ON Poetry 1 AND Pearls A1 HARTFORD Thursdays d Evening0blJuly 25 AT 8 OCLOCK During the past two seas ons Mr Taylors lecture en titled Poetry and Pearls has met with such universal success as to place him among the foremost platform enter tainers of America With the magnetism and power of u great actor he sweeps from picture to picture displaying an individuality of manner and a beauty of expression which thrills and enraptures those who hear him Poetry and Pearls is more than a mere speech It is a beautiful prose poem sparkling with metaphor and allegory and simile and effervescent with wit and humor I Tickets are on sale at R T Collins dry goods store They are going fast and you should seIlectI Reserved Seats 50c i place abundance of spring water farm one mile east of Andersouville on Lewis Station nut Pleasant Ridge road Price 1000 fcKW cash balance 12Iand 4 years if desired Possession at once Address SAMUKF JAMES JK 27t4p Oweusboro Kv The greatest healer of modem titmice is Danner Salve for cuts wounds sores piles and all skin diseases It Is guar anteed Use no substitute All druggists m Burled at Madlsonvllle MADJSOXVILIE KY July 8Time funeral services over the remains of time Rev David Whlttingblll who died yesterday afternoon wero Itch at the hap tist church this afternoon The services were conducted by the Rev J C Hepewell assisted by the Revs Time lore Compton of Baltimore Md t R K Shnltz of Sebree and Price Gatlin the pastor of the Baptist church in this city c 1 1I DONT WAIT If you knew how SCOTTS I EMULSION would build you 1 up increase your weight i throatIlungs you I I youII I Fend for free sample and try It I SCOTT BOWNE Chemists aaty Pearl Street New York cot anditoo all druggists IUUrjoJ uuTHE NEWS IN BRIEF I 4050000001worthf 1800 Germany took 184000 000 worthEngland I nutAmericanof aiding the Doers The claim Is made I that a belligerent loses his nationality Justus Goebel was indicted in Coving ton Saturday on the charge of extort tug money from A J Lnnsdown a clerk In the office of the Waterworks Com missioners Kansas farmers will lose if 100000000 pracltI111crops In twothirds of the Slate corn I is n total failure President lIIcKlllle has issued n proc lamation regarding the opening of the lands ceded by the Indians in Oklahoma The reservations will be turned over to the public August G Auditor Coulters estimate of time resources of the school fund of the State shows that the Superintendent of Pub lIe Instruction will be able to declare n school per capita of 2fiO for the fiscal year ending June 2 1002 This Is an In crease of five cents over last year Go Beckham has extended clemency DevlllllIEpp Andy wounding Bud Justice during an elec lion fight In Pike county last November The evidence submitted to the1 Governor shovrcdthat the accused men had acted in selfdefense The Indians who formerly owned the lands in Oklahoma which will be opened for settlement In August will file an Injunction suit to prevent the Government from carrying out the action contemplated The red men claim that their property has been wrested from them in direct violation of time United States Constitution Kentucky has been divided Into two Federal judicial districts accordance with the law passes by the last Con gross Judge Walter Evans of Louis ville will preside in the western die trict and court will be held at Louisville Owensboro Paducah and Bowling Green Judge A M J Cochran of Maysville will be the judge in the eastern dictrict Court will be held at Covington Frankfort London and Richmund pimplesMud rightYetthem away Kci Ask your druggist m For Sale A well improved farm of 100 acres two miles East of Hartford Apply at TilE HKKALU office tf Fat lady Dont sleep too much exercise dont eat fats and sweets To reduce flesh rapidly take Rocky Moun tattytissues Venerable Woman Dead Mrs Margaret Hunt of the Beech Grove neighborhood died Wednesday evening She was the widow of the into R A Hunt who became a mem her of the County Court when McLean county was first organized in 1854 She leaves three bOilS anti two daugh IsIMcLean county Mrs Hunt was a mem her of the Methodist church and n mostI estimable Christian woman Have it ClIIn uerlalHl Telephone Placed in your resi denco or place of business and put yourself in direct contact with tho LOIl Distance Miles To all parts of the United States For terms callon I IMo ullo ofv f M n g r 1 J Tremendous J Bargains This may sound big but it is no bigger than the Hot Weather bargains we aro now ofl ring j jloft full comes wo intend that nothing shall borr in our store in tho shape of Summer Goods 110rrwhat this means ItI 1 1nlCals SACRIFICE PRICES It means that I when you need anything in the Dry Goods line condo to our store and tho price shall not stand in the way of a trade Wo bought our goods to SELL not to keep Vo can and will 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street near depot Remember the name The Monroe Lumber Co Dress fabrics look well Dress all S line woll Persons Building Will well prices and estimates SON well known build ers and contractors Hartford Ky will You Estimates And do your work day or They keep anti all kinds of Build ing Material constantly on hand prices to with Best of workmanship and material THE PROGRESS TIlE TIMES persons afford to be RougllRiverreaching to nearly every part of Ohio county and sections of adjoining coun tiesit IIs an Independent owned home people and Is a home enterprise giving service at a very cheap rate with Harrison Exchange at STOWEIIS MANAOEU Kentucky Unusually Prices I have just added a new line of Dry Goods Gents Furnishings Hats Caps and Gloves my line of Merchandise and will make prices on same suit tho times Below I you a sample of my many low prices Arbuckle Coffee 121c lb Suspenderszoo up Good Roasted Coffee in bulk 12Jc lb Mens Underwear25c and up Good Green Coffee 9o HJ Sand Silk v 5c 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l ie their mM and fly Away I10 tlit Hutlicrn tunny linJ- Virre lh Liu li ID the ikjT r How io tliry know I Kr tlie notlh liJa Mow I llrinfliit II tlilll inJ Ih II I InolWhy do lb y netet looliflily wait tllrllrg ltli dIn mid Itmpllnj litil b tin robliK ire viut lit Than Km men r1 They 1010 no tlunrri nor foot arournl TllllUriR Irciuic today ll lair Tkit tomoirow toot clirrr HI Hill atwlind vitli Mtt a wee ucr rrrThlntlnii Uiiui thing ionw Ililr wijr In clusttli tnljy Hood luck Ilia wlllnl wltb thdn 1011I I Thr ruUn iriMrnli to pol out 41 litoIII Mbile thi tun U fjltlifully dilnlnu julI I CliliijoI Tliini Ilirald um nhn ThE MAN UNDER 1 ITHE BED MaDX CoprrlghtllAll1 by C B lrwII 0 flMWi4NN+NNNN4i I t hnd been lu Paris for a couple of ttontha llvlus at n family hotel and ftnocklug about nt my leisure when I uiado tile ncauilntance of 1ellx Duchcnc ns he called himself He VDB n man cf about 10 nml though a rnmtbman from htad to heel he epoke Enpllsh fairly well He waa not a wan whom I should hare select ed os a frlDd and yet there wan a fomcthlns about him which Interested me Ill had traveled extensively met with many adventures Dull was a pood talker I mine to know him as n man of nerve mid courage and thoueh I feared lie would turn out to be a para elte nothing of tile sort happened He seemed to hare plenty of money of his own and never asked for the loan of a fin DC- I had known Pucliene for three or four weeks when we visited a dunce ball on one of the outer boulevards one night The place wan a resort for tough men nml bOil women and prom 4eed a phase of Parisian life 1 hall Dot me FELLOW tTIllCOlEU rlIUOULY AND CUT MY AISMi l yet mot Wo found n rotsli crowd Indeed and tlio evening was not halt iver when u 1burly bis fellow deliber ately picked a Mmrril with me I was Hiving him the worst tit it when ha drew a knife nnd rushed upon me Duehc lie vho was standing quietly by liuotkcd the scoundrel soiiseloss and to uiy KiiriirlKC we were not molested by thu half dozen friends of the vic tim who had been urging him to fin ish IDC I riiiiiu to know Inter on that the whole thin wax n imt up job hut 1 looked upon It then as a bravo action m the part of my acquaintance nud JKIVU him my ijriitltude and friendship whrIlulived or what nlm he had lu life and be had never dropped a hint I hUll u Fteiet belief that hu wan n Rambler mill u sharper but to me he was aa ttrulchtforwrrd ns could be hoped for Abuut two weeks after the event nt tIll deuce ball Duchcuu toll mo Ills 10Islonnl a tell months before he met me Then hU eyesight hall cone Lack on him ho had been obliged to abandon until business I had observed that he ueurslahted and had been obliged to fuvor his eyes A year before meeting me Duchenu outounltlIuwof what would Ihe about SSUOOO lu American inuiiey They were then oc upyhig rooiiH In a fi rmlii house he In dicated nnd fearing troiiblu from the victim who had declared himself de frauded the moiiiy had been hidden under Ike ilwir Troiitle came lioth men were nnvsted and whllis Diichene gtit a year In prison till other man died tit iiueuinonln while wultlua his trialIOD Icavlni prison tmchene at oneu took elen to ecinu hln money hut found the floor In Ipossession of an ar tificial llinver maker who held lease The place could not In entered and Htarchid and till itr UMi still retted beneath tho Hour of the front room It would tnku 1300 to liny till leaso and oust tlio lower iniiker nud tumlher 500 to put In u stock of Kiiuethlng to throw till police oft till Keen iJileliene could not ralso the money nor had he yet mit u man he ilmvil titixt1 Ills prono Kltlon to uio was that I furnish tlio 000 and receive 10000 of the hidden innucy DS my reward Htid ho offered to to halves I think 1 tdiuuld have look ed upon U aa n plant und thrown It over but In otrerlnir nie a sixth portion he seemed to show good bu lness tact It wan a big return on tho Investment big enough to eatUfy any one and I puve him a fnvorublu mmwer at once Ho had nlready Bounded tho lower mukcr an to the leaso nud If my won ey wuft raised thu paper could be elgn cd three das later I had a good Lit of cOBb at my bonkers nnd on the sec ond day utter hearing Puchenui btory I drew out 2000 lu cold and placet tie bie In my treilc Next day tile pa 1rR wore to tie Klsned and n week lilt er Hie floor would hu In our possession nat night the two of us attended She theater and afterward had supper jml I havent the ullijhteit doubt that my willt wiu druggiO While 1 was nut made hclplcKN my head vvemeil on UK 04 u barrel I could hardly kev2 T U my Icyts Pell nml If Diichene Iiiul not put me In n rub and Instructed tho driver I flinnld never have found oiy way to till lintel I had to be helpedI to n y room nnd I fell upon tin1 hod ilresvfid ns 1 wn and wn Instantly fitdtsp I hal been nsleip two hulll when I awoke H keen its n rot 1110 effects of Hie drug had vntilsheil Jllld r as I rut out of bed to undress 1 foundI my legs nil right again I IIIIH fully tinditKi cd mid ready to get between theI vhooN when my car caughtt a sound I from under till bod 1111 Jill stoopedI down for 1 look and my eyes restedI upon a man Ilying on the broad of hIsI back 1 hall him out in n second It seemed to Ine aa If 1 hal tire times my ordinary Ktivnulli and though tbe fellow struggled furiously awl cut my nun with a knife I grasped hlH throat Jind clinked hlai till he lay like onoI I dead It was only when 1 had struck n light that 1 found the Intruder to be IJiichcne He had conic la through the window which opened on n ve randa He had been working nt theI luck of my trunk when 1 made somn tiolst on nwalirnlng and he hnd rolled himself under till lied He hnd como for that bag of gold nnd he had meant to do for me IIf necessary I I alarmed thu hoiife the police were Kent for nnd the fellow wns taken nway but It was a good hour before he recovered his senses Ills story was intholy false nnd he hall put up n- JuhJ to rob mi It was my testimony that gavi him live years In prlnou but lifter It was nil over and he had hen pint nwny 1 wns n Lit sorry for him He could tIll u good story had a laugh whtrh made you laugh with him nnd few mea of his class In Paris or else where could order n better dinner He was not a grasping man withal He had plaumd to rob me of 2001 where rnulupr wculd have raised the figure to S3000 A Sustaining Diet Thise are the enervntlnjf dnxx when as somelioily has said men drop by the nuattoke as if the Day of Fire had dawned They are fraught with danger to people whose systems ore jioorly ustained mill this leads us to say in- ii the interest of the Iless robust of our readers that tIll full effect of Hoods Sarsaparilla is such as to suggest the propriety of calling thin medicine some thing besides blood purifier nnd tonicI say it sustaining diet It wakes ItI aiuch easier to bear the heat assures I refreshing sleep and will without nny doubt avert much sickness nt this time of year I CandyCatharlic jet What You Ask For I Genuine tablets stamped C C C Never sold In bulk A substitutes is always a cheat and a fraud Uewarel All druggists IO = F The Cry of the Doer Children British Secretary of War Brodrick states that MOOO of th fiim0 persons In the concentration camps lu Sonth Africa are children Tills Iis mi nppall Ing confession forn civilized govern 1II lIt 10Iuak- lWllmnr the Maniiils of Hipon say The fair fame of the country and the reputation of our people for manliness lire ill stake A deathrate of 3Sii jr luOojwr an num is reported among these children Humanity will be staggered indeed If this horrible sacrifice of Innocent lives is allowed to go on The Best Remedy for Stomach and Dowel Troubles I have been in the lImit business for twenty years nnd have sold mot all of the proprietary medicines of uny note Among the entirellst llmve never found anything to emial Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy for all stomach and bowel troubles nays 0 W Wakeficld oftolumbuiGn This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus lu my family and I have recom mended nnd sold hundreds of bottles of It to my customers to their entire satisfaction It affords a quick nnd lire cure lu a pleasant form For sale by 2 WII lIe Griffin Btu in The Penalty of Belnr Sick llrcitn Mine Sarah Grandii London I lure1 Idleness Is nt the bottom of tho drunkenness gluttony and sensuality which compass Ibo destruction of one section of the community nt thu pres ent time It is at the bottom of that particular form of heartache which IIs the plague of women the heartache of n purpoidelessuilscrnblu existence Such women often look forward to marriage to euro them but when they lire mar ried and settled the old malady recurs and In our own day we see them run ning hither uud thither utter that elu sive something Other try to find n cure in tin suffrage and nthers again In cigarettes Much Reading for Little Money Tim JfiW York World bus got the cost of printing down to n minimum Its latest olfer of its mouthy newspaper nwgailiH is Interesting IIf from no other tnusc than that It xhowH thu anno of how much for how little Tim mouthy World Is n it ipage maga zine with colored cover Its pages lire about thuhlzw of the pages of tilt Ladies Home Journal nnd Its copious illus trutlonn nrc thu result of thu best nrtls tlu skill aided by all the latest printing press nppllnnees making a inugazliiu unrivalled in the inallty of Its contents nnd its appearance lKiicli Issue contalnsistorieuof romance love adventure travel stories of und fact stories flf things iiuiut CUOIII curious gathered together from I over the world i tho rtvulU of cleutltlI research nnd editorial reviews hers among Its contributors the leading literary men and women of the day A feature each month Iis n fullpage portrait of thu most famed manor worn nn nf the moment in thu mbliu eye In collecting nml preparing for publi cation tho literary matter nnd urt sub jects for the Monthly World no ex pense Is spared The New York 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direct from the publishers The W W Putter Co 11t1I Boston A New York Dairy Farm Two hustling New York farmers and dairymen ore Houlihan Droll who have IR 225acre farm in Saratoga county They keep eight horses and JO cows mi of which lire milking with mi average of one new milch cow every week In the year Tile milk is retailed in Waterford to private customers Tilt food In win 811111eIand four quarts of bran in the morning nnd at night with t quarts of mangel wurzels nnd two quarts of cornmeal nt noon nlso u small allowance of course fodder both night and morning TIll stables lire eqnlpiHd with sieclal water big buckets HO that water IIs before thu cattle at nil times Tilt cows arc tint let out in the yard only on tine days The water Iis supplied by n windmill anti tank situated on a hill 1111 feet nbove the stable In the summer the cows lire fed bran and cornmeal in the morn ing then turned out to pasture stabled tit noon and fed grain They remain in the stable until next morning At night they ore fed the slime as nt noon with till addition of S quarts of coruuienl The silos are tilled with corn well eared and cut when it starts to glaze Dr Oeo Ewlng a practicing physiI cian of Smiths Grow Ky fur over thirty years writes his personal esjwr Iflice with Folevs KldneV Cure For years I have been greatly bothered with kidney trouble nnd enlarged postrnte gland I used everything known to the profession without relief until I was induced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After using three bottles I was entirelyl relieved and cured I prescribe it now daily In my practice and heartily recom mend its use to nil physicians in such troubles for I can honestly state I have prescribed it in hundred of cases with perfect success All druggists m Shanki Hello There stands old Uncle Van Fossil our most distinguish ed citizen Hes lOT years old Always n rather uoncconiit fellow till he reach ed his hundredth birthday Since then his literary workhas brought hlui n tine living OSlmwe Literary work r What does he dor Shank Oh he tins n steady job writing testimonials to the various remedies that have prolonged his life JUIg CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the dSignature of SideLights on Life IHrom Ihi ChliKO owl- It doesnt take a good resolution Ions to find its way to the burjaiii counter A good many actrwes swiii to fiivor loug engagements nnd short tnnrriiiKeM Do your own thinking If you dont find the tlionglitu ofotlier peojde satis factory The love tbat never Kr WH lew IIs tbe love of money Cure Eczema and Itching Humors Through the Blood Costs Nothing to try It- IJ a a Botanic IHood Hal III i now retognlzed IIH In certain uud unrucnru for Eczema Itcliins Skin Hniaori Sailds Scales Watery lllbterK Plniplw Aih init IJoues or JoliitK IJoiK Carbuncles PricklliiB Pain in the Skin Ottll at1l1g Sores Ulcers etc Botanic Blooil Balm taken Internally cures tliu worst and most deepfeatfil wise by euricliliiK purifyiiiB and vitiillzliit the bloiKl thereby jjivinK u healtby blood miniily to tbe skin Botanic Blood Balm is tlio only cure to Htay cured forthesu awful autioyint nkln tronbles Otliwr remedies may relieve hilt B B B actually cures hcaln every wire and gives the rich glow of henltli to the skin B B B builds up thu brokendown body nnd makes tile blood red und nonrishliiK Over 8IKJU voluntary testimonials of cures Iby Botanic Blood Balm B B B Drl1lo glstH jtl Trial treatment freu and prepaid by wrltiiiK Blood Buliii Co Atlanta On Describe trouble and freo medical mlvlui will be given until curetl m Miuniiia I dont think thu people who make dolls lire very pious Ipeople naiil n little girl tu her mother one day Why not niycliildrB- ecatiNO yon l11 never make them kneel I kiiv always to bty my doll down on bet Mtoiiiiich to nay her pray ers Qlascow KrenlnK Times OA a X 0nXA Bun tb stlto Kind Vm Hare Kuan BougH Blgtitnro Y cf The New York World Thncea Week Edition The Most Widely IRead Newspaper In America Time bus ileinnimtrnttil that the TliriceaWfuU N Y World stands alone in Its class Other puperx Imvu Iniitiited Its form but not its HIUVWM This is becaiiKU It lulls nil the news all the tiiun nnd tell It liupartlally whether that news be polltiial or ntiurwlne It Is in fact almost n dully at tln prlcu of u weekly und you cumiot alTord to be without it- lUpublUiin and Deinncrut alike rim read thu ThrliiaWeek WorM with nbsolutu IoiilideiKv in Its trnlhIIn addition to news It piiblinli s HrstI olahii Herial utorlus nud other features Hulttnl to the home and llreslde Thu TliricunAVufk Worlds regular HiibscrlptKui price I only fliM per year nnd thin jiaya fur lit papern We ulTcf this uneipialUil newspaper and Tun llliKAIn together one year for fIOV The regular Hubncrlitli n prLur the two papers Jia tuo rI EXACT DETAILS As to How a Presidential Election Curled On Not Known i to Everybody The exact pruvedim of President lul elections I lint known lo everybody nnd a recital Ion uf tin principal point 4 11111 beot 1IIIII I 1The flection taken phut on till first Tuesday after tin first Monday In Xo vember 1Thl vote Ila for electors the number of whom In enili State must ettial the whole number of Heprcstiitatlvea and Senators from tIll State In Congress Tlie electors lire minimi by the Con stitution to meet in their respective State upon till Mine day and Congress has decreed the second Monday in Jan nary following tIlt election as till date The electors vote separately for Pres ident and Vice President one of whom at least shall not be from Hitsame Statet M theeleetor mid the list of votes after being signed certified and ceuled l1st transmitted to Washington dlreited to the President of tIll Senate Congress Is required to be in session for counting the ballots of the vlectorH npiin the second Wednesday in the fol lowing IVbmnry the President of the Senate optiilng till certitliates In III presence of the Senate nud tilt House of Representatives jointly lnhlo1IA majority of the electoral jt the President und likewise the Vice President I If no one luls it majority the ilriv i Hrellelltlll1Itj Ing tilt largestnumber of electoral votes I belli voteil1 njion by States The representation from each State has one t vote there must twothirds of a quo ji 11Ihtto choose n President before the next March 4 the Vice President uts as President Tlie Vice President will have biin elected previously in all human pn li ability beeanee if he has nut tarni named by n majority of the electoral votes nt tht joint session of Congress the Semite tIs directed to select him by majority vote from the two hiuliest immlHrsun till original electoral list a twothird quorum inbig minimi furr this action HHvoiid the provisions of the Imisti tntloti an act of the Fortyninth eon Kress covers nil proceedings in inse nf dispute nnd also fixes the Presidential succession in the emergency of death resignation or disability in the follow ing order Secretary of State Treasury Wnr Attorney Ueneral Secretary t till Navy and Interior lint thi acting President must have been approved by the Senate ns cabinet ollicer and within constitutional rriiulrement of Prisiibn tial eligibility He IIs compelled o in vents ConijrtpM immediately ami within twenty dayx notice A Good Cough Medicine Many thouwxndshave been restorwl to health and happiness by the use off Chamberlain Cough Remedy If atllicteil with any throat or lung truiible IroblIe1lalall other treatment for years have vieldcd tt this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases tlmt seemed hope less tliiit the climate of famous health resorts fulled to tanelit have been per manently cured by its use For wile by Z Vayiie Orltllu Ar Bro in 1 certainly wont yettleinthi place asserted tilt newcomer 1 met two men huIcMilcetl as if they were stnrviiiK to death Tuft a prwif of uiir healthy loactlon They were tin doctor and the nnder taker Philadelphia Times JTbli ilenitaro l on cviry llix ot tbe enulnt Laxative BromoQuininc Tablot the remedy that ciirm n vulit In one d jf Till Ciiillr Art of lnier Wrltlnsr- Tbf cbissloI ngu uf liitur wrltliip IlUe tlmt of chivalry IU pine nltliouab no Diirku lius been found yet to utter Its Kplftidld fiuiPRil oration Correspond oncvon Inislnos hurrltd notes contain Inl lavllatlous to dinner or ncceptancca thereof tbcsu are tliu mHslvea which till Ibo hiix of tho MIr carrier The lovo letter wo lIC lIme still holda Its uway and IIf we uru to JtidKo from the revelation of breach of tironilsu eases It IK full of eupiry Kentlnientalltm nn In tliu duyii of Lydla Iunguluh Uut the letter nil It bail passed Into litera ture tile letter whoso highest claim to bo treated as art U that It conceals art the letter os written by William Cow per cr Oliver Ooldsniltb or Horace Wnlpolc or Miss Iturnpy that charm Ins epistle Intended only for tile alTcc tlonato jierusiil of frlemU nud yet of etich vnluo to thu historian of life nnd mnmiers iliall we nay that It has ills upiieiirctl from the busy modern world killed by tile railway and the steam Hblp nud tlio thoughts tlmt shako man liluJV AH least It Ix now but a rare product B frugllu tlower scarcely able to maintain Itself In our altered social soil Correspondence from being a cherish ed art nnd solace has In our day tend ed to become what U culled III slang a srlud It la nulppely like thu cheap Dcwrpapcri a eort of bits or cutx Riving hliiU which require to ba filled out only that tho receiver has hardly tlmu for thnt mental proces Truth to tell a great deal of our letter writing lu boredom tho source of Irrita tion and weariness to those who ure called on to undertake itLondon Spectator Sensations of Electricity lAtlinlcCllyCor New Vork WoII1 lliukley Simpson 111 ycnw old who iviiiitly rerilved the full current from an iIivtrlit win on the imif ufonllgM merrygo rniin don the boardwalk owing to faulty inmiliitioii IK out of tile hospi tal Ills right hand in severely burned Simpson KIIVI that from the tlmu hit touched the wire until hu regained con Mlotmniit In tint Iospltal he knew nothing und felt mi pain If I hnew that I hinl to die at n given time ho dedaris midlmd the chotfu of tlie imaiiH of death I would uhooMi death Iby uleotrlclty for it must IN perfectly paln1i H I WUH struck down in an laitiut and thu next sensa tion I hnd viu when I rccovelttl from the hock at the bospltal Then I hUll thrbbSing Whell IlttlIIIII l to lit I felt kk Thu day lifter Ielt nore nil over and my imiwleuwlnil partlonlarly tlnwi at thi 1111 Kroin my experience Iiviiiludi then IM wiilvily nothing 111 rill III 11111 11111 III ftath It 1111 electric current Over I14IHI volt piuwcd tlm unh the hIIt young Simpson Ordinarily IIMMI alternating volt kill theiiveriiKe man At Sing Slug from SVil to itniM- lvolte are Used for the electric chiilr WhereliieWere Ultllrrr Tu I When1 urn tlie brelut asked tht slur 1IIlhr Tluyitlnt got lip yet replied the iibfelitiiillided hindludy with her thought on till mvond story back Sujrgesllng 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