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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t ri H t THE HARTFORD HERALD I 1- W All kinds Job Printing neatly executedV III como the Herald of a noisy world ititfneius of all nations lumbering at my back Subscription 1 per Year in advance I4 VOL XXVIIIoHARTFORD WEPESDAY APRIL 2 1902 NO14 t I A- tt i 3- k i i i II k Ji- T f I THE RACEo I I Does not depend on the start but on the finish Iti staying power which carrici many a runner to victory Its like that In buslneu Many a man itarta off In tile race for business success with aI burst of speed which seems to assure victory Presently be heghia to falter and at last he falls and falls The cause 1 Generally stomach trouble No man 1atronxerUiaQ his stomach Business I IgUareatlug r digestion and nutrition become diseased The body II inadequately nourished and so grows weak Dr Piercea Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach Iud other organs of digestion and nutrition It strengthens the stomach and so strength ens the whole body which depends on the stomach for the nourishment front which strength is mode JberellllOlkoholln Golden Medical Discovery and it If entirety tree from opium cocaine ant all other narcotics Accept no substitute for the Discov cry There Is no medicine just on good for dlsettfies of the stomach and allied organs ptronnrdII Iloair of Charleitoa Franklin Ca Ak I had the worst cae of djtptimls the ilurton Mjr tlut they erer MW After ttrjrlnc nrrn doctorS and everything I could heir of with no beneHt I tried Or Ilcrer OoUtn MedicalI I iv coven and now I sm cured Dr Pierces Pleasant IellcU cure constipation RIPANSThere IU scarcelyI sup con Illcn ol IIMiratlh that Ili not benefited br the occiIonit uwof KI riN8 Ttbule Ior file by DruiKUU The FireCent picket lI enonih for an ordinary oc casloe The ramily bouleI 6o cral cantithi 0 upplr lot I NProflsloistil Cart JU I ttLINK VFN n Klxnu GLENN Sc RINGO XjQtV yors HARTFORD KY Will practice IHelr profeiion 11111 the Courts of Ohio end djolnlug counties sod In the Court ol Appeals ttpeclil attention given to criminal practice ooello collections AIM Notary Public tot Ohio county M L IIIAVIIN tiPISIT WUOUWABD HEAVRIN Zr WOODWARD Attorneys at XawI- IAIllPOKD KV Will practice their profmlon In ill the coutti of Ohio county and IIn the Court of Appeal Criminal practice and cullecllom a ipcclaltjr Office oral door to Datk of llnltforJ C E SMI- THAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hi proleulon In all the Courti of Ohio and adjoining counllci anti llTTht Court of Appeali Collections a fpeclaltjr Office ofer Ohio County Dauk J MJ PORTER Attorney at Law BEAVER DAM KY Will practice Ma proleatlon In Ohio and ad olnloajcouullci Special attention given to all bualneaaenlruilcd Io his care G B LIKE- NSAttorney at Law j HARTFORD KY OIBce neat door toHartford house Special at tention given to collection CHARLES CLYDE WEDDING Atlonuy and Cnnulcr at Lav LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will practice hli profculon In all the Courts ot Ibis Commonwealth Special attention given to collec tlona R E L SIMMERMAN Attorney at LawcI HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profeailou IIn allI the Courts or Ohio and adjoining counties Collections t carefully ind promptly attended to Office with TI Smith It Co Market street JOHN B WILSON Attorney at tR and Sumyor HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections and all kinds of Surveying making of bstractc Also Rotary Public for Ohio counlIOffice north side ot public square W H BARNES Attorney at Law AND codiT ATTOHNBY HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profculon In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court dbuuinessspecially Office In courthouse I EPNIALbAttorney at Lawtof HARTfORD KY Will practice his proleaslon In all the Courts of Kentucky Sfeclal attention given Io Collec d tions settlement of Decedent Estate Roadd Cues and Criminal lrscticsoOffice In court house Brst door to right enterrlug tom Market stree- tFRANK I L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFO1DKYmWill practice tall profeulou la Ohio and ad a- otungcauDtiea and lathe Coart of Appeal Criminal practice sad Collection a specialty Co O16u 1 tbf Utrald building TSHOULDr GIVE HIM UP SO SAYS A PROMINENT LAW JOURNAL Gov Durbin is Violating Plain Duty in Protecting W S Taylor ISTHO O iiHtsoNs run ITS STAND Law Notes published at Xorthport N Y devotes its leading editorial In a recent number to the ref anal of the Oovernor of Indiana to surrender W S Taylor olin requisition from the Gov ernor of Kentucky Ueay During thejeglwo of MtV I7 such refusals to surrender fugitives front justice were not rare happily in Inter years the causes which produced this state of thing hare largely ceased to operate It appears however that Rtlll occasions may ari o when the pass lOlls of it Governor and hl8 advisers are sufficiently aroused to result in recourse being had to the illegal nod extralegal method of refnulng to honor a requisil HonTho worcBrTr the Uulttd States statutes are It shall be the duty of the Excntlve authority to cause the tug live to be arrested and ttucured and delivered to the agent of tho demanding State In Kentucky vs Dcunlson 2o How U R 00 Chief Justice Taney declared that the duty of the Governor of a State upon whom a requisition Is made to surrender a fugitive trout jus tice Is merely ministerial and leaves no room for exercise of discretion In re Voorheen 12 N J L 141 Chief Justice Beoslcy commenting on the effect of the constitutional provision and the statute said The purpose then of this provision of the Constitution was as I conceive twofold First to impose an absolute obligation on each State to surrender criminals fleeing from the justice of another State and second to dcfinu clearly the claw of criminals so to be surrendered The rule of International couiity won defective In both par tlcalnrn nod the design consequently was to create n substitute which would be without either defect I think this end has been attained For In the first place the language of the clause is BO plainly Imperative In its character as to leuve no room for contention that the obligation now luirmaed on the respec tire States to surrender criminals le in the leant degree a matter of discretion In the place of spontaneous submission to tho law of comity there is now sub stituted that implicit obedience which IH duo to n rule of law a Thp fow exceptions to tho perform ance of this duty in good faith on time lJllut of the Executive which are recol lected have In general arisen from a mistaken sense as to the true nature of the duty Itself for an idea has un doubtedly prevailed to a considerable extent that such duty in some respects was one resting on discretion But tills is altogether an error If the demand be made in duo form and tho requisite documents exhibited showing that the fugitive is charged with crime tho duty to surrender becomes merely a ministerial one Under such circumstances to refuse to authorize the ex tradition Is a clear infraction of the rule prescribed in the constitutional clause above quoted We think It therefore indisputable that the Cou tltntion has made the surrender of a fugitive from justice which by the law of nations de pended ou the concessions of comity a rule of law of perfect obligation and entirely imperative in its character Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay taking All ilniRgsts m Ate NinetySeven Pancakes sew York World A buckwheat pancake eating contest took place last night over in Harmony vale in which 13 men gorged them WIves with the product of time griddle n an effort to win the prize of a silver up anti title of chalnplou eater of the nolghborhotxlV The conditions were that each con testant must eat not less than 23 pan oakes and the person eating the great oat number over that to be declared Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It now TO rind out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or sett lUng Indicates an condi tion of tho kid neys If It stains It Is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or In the hick Ii alvo sderarooutof orderWhat to Do softenSwampRooteverywishthobackf the urinary pllSge IIt corrects lnabiiiiy liquorwinounpleUlnlnecel3l1y passingII I uring the day and to get up many times uring the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon I wonderMf casesfthobestYou may have a amnla bathsI of iMa wonderful discovery Ind a book that tells sentbsolutely I unhealthy your linen pain ddrea3 Dr Khmer RoteWDinghamton N Y When writing men tion reading thfj generous offer ty thl pper I I winner The contest was held at Squire I Hulls house The way kesdlll1p peared was a caution until each had eaten 25 and then some of them began to weaken and one by one they quit remalnedinndThe three next highest had eaton 03 01 and 110 i NEWS IN BRIEF jjTHEI of green oil at a depth of 600 fret has been made at Slick Ford Wayne county Nathan Stnbblefleld of Murray Ky made some fairly successful tests in wireless telephony on the Potomac riv er at Washington to Wharton Golden the principal WitJI ness for tho dU6 in iheGoebel murder cases Hsa1d to tie dying of consumption in New Mexico Speaker Henderson of the House ol Representatives for the first time dur ing his twenty years service in Congress will have opposition for a re nomination The Southern and Northern branches of the Methodist Episcopal Church are taking steps toward the federation of their missionary work The hymnology revision will be conducted jointly The indications in Washington are that the Amlntstratiou has lost its fight for tariff concessions to Cuba and it is doubtful whether the 20 per cent proposition of the Ways and Means Committee gets through Congress I The imports of the Philippines during the first nine months of last yearI showed an increase of 27 per cent over the corresponding period of the previous year The United States sent 2712100 worth of merchandise to the IslandsThe record In the appeal of Caleb Powers from the Scott Circuit Court where he was found guilty of compile ity in the murder of Gov Goebel WI8I filed last week with the Clerk of the Court of Appeals The case will be docketed for an early hearing in April Statistics issued by the Treasury De partment show the consumption of su gar now to be sixtyeight pounds a year for each person on the globe In 1830 It was twentytwo pounds for each person Beets supply 67 per cent of the worlds sugar The Grant Hotel at Qnthrie will it Is said be sold by order of the court probably some time during the present yearI iuorier that time proceeds may be dlsJJ tributed to the heirs The property 1111 a valuable one the hotel having long enjoyed the exclusive patronage of all those who pass that way on the rail IrollttsIiiI Presidentelect Palma will be insuj gnrated in Havana May 20 On the same day American control of the is i land will cease and only sufficient sol diers will be left on the island to nina the coast defenses Iff the Cuban Gov ernment makes tho request other troops will be retained Secretary Root GenlWoodi I semble time Cuban Congress on May 10 to adopt proper legislation for the as sumption of full powers In the Island Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and con stipation Your health will suffer per manently if you do DoWittu Little Early Risers cure such cases M DISmith Butternut Mich says De Witts Little Early Risers are the most satisfactory pills I uver took Never tripe or cause nausea J H Will lams m Illinois Central Owners President Fish ol theIllinois Central I says that when he entered the employ- of the company there were but 833 stockholders of time company in the United States and they owned 13431l 1100 or less than one seventh of theII apltal stock In IHinonis there were I but three stockholders whose combined holdings were but 1117 shares At that time one concern in Holland I owned nearly 80 per cent of the stock and more than half of all the stock was j held in Great Britain i At the preseut time II 180 stockhoJders owning 37723000 or nearly tbreeff quarters of the capital stock are rest dents ef the United States The average amount of stock hold by 1 each stockholder of the company is less than 10000 w I Mathers Mothers Mothers How many children are at this season I feverish and constipated with bad stomach and headache Mother Grays Sweet I Powders forChildren will always cure If worms are present they will cer tnly remove them All druggists 211oII Samples moiled free Address Allen B t Jlrnstead Le Roy N Y tf p IrIUdle1IIj j Yes it is a pretty bonnet said the I prospective purchaser but the price f hows that it Iis not a real artistic crea lon It U only the Pardon milliner me fUIi6II lesaly been inverted It should be thus 8 fOO 11II I I ome today ordered ther oqetonieraI a1JAsk Yqur Dealer for Allens Foota0 limAI wollfn SOrE Hot Callous Aching 0 weatlng Feet Corns and Bunions All b rngglsts and shoe stores 23a Ask ttl Mlay tf I lv CECIL RHODES DEADi FAMOUS FINANCIER SUCCUMBS TO THE GRIM REAPER Last Years of His Wealthy Life Were Full of Bitterness J 1 HIS DEATH WILT A1J8KNO PutIB CAPE TOWN SOUTU AFRICA Man 26CeciJ Rhodes the famous promot fand millionaire died a few minutes bfore 0 oclock this afternoon Deii had been expected for several dayi 4 TilE NEWS IN WNDONV LONDON March 26The deatl of Cecil Rhodes came as no great surprise to the few who saw anything of him during his last visit to London during the winter Whether It was due to his experiences during the long siege of Kimberley or the accumulated anxieties regarding the warmin Booth Africa with an accompanying change in public feel ings in England towards him there iis no doubt that he was almost completely broken down within the last two years Even his appearance changed His once finely chiseled face had become bloated andhls alwayshnge frame filled out until he became BO stout as to make walking a matter of difficulty He waa frequently attacked with severe heart troubles during which he exhibited the Btoiclsmwhich marked his extraordina ry career Nor did he allow his bodily ailments to interfere with his business Among his associates in the city he nev er mentioned them nor did he permit them to be mentioned to him SHUNNED GOVERNMENT LEADERS Up to the last Mr Rhodes kept a firm grip on all those vast South African Interests created and controlled by him Except that he was more irritable and more dictatorial there was no outward change in his methods of handling men millions and empires Toward the social side of life however he soured visibly Once his days work at the office of the British Charted South African I Company was oyer he shut himself up from the curious in an unfrequented London hotel where he utterly denied himself to all except a half dozen fa wed inmates Dr Jamison was his nnstant companion More especially lid Mr Rhodes shun the present gov rninent leaders He bitterly expressed his contempt for British army methods- In South Africa and piobablv never Lulte forgave Mr Chamberlain and Lord Milner for not consulting him or endeavoring to utilize the powerful fi laudalpolitical machine which Mr Rhodes undoubtedly manipulated over the whole of South Africa With increasingirrascibility which he lid not hesitate to vent on Duke or pie elan who crossed his path he grew more and more restless as the end of his life grew near He was never contented to stay long in one place Ills closing lays devolved into an unceasing pur xMelees quest of change of scene Dnr Inghla recent trip to Egypt this was particularly noticeable He rushed from place to place as with the only object of upsetting his own plans Then he suddenly returned to England Financially Mr Rhodes death Is not likely to have any very farreoohlng results as all his enterprises were aye ematited so thoroughly as not to need the master mind which was sonecessa ry to their inception Owing to the very great success of the De Beers mines the British Chartered South African Company and oth mr South African ventures Mr Rhodes fortune has been steadily accumulating lie lost money over the war but what inroads that made must have been trifling compared with the many mill ions hePosaeMetV Shot In His Left Leg For all kinds of sores burns bruises 3t other wounds DeWitts Witch Hazel nlve is a sure cure Skin diseases ield to it at once Never falls in cases f piles Cooling and healing None genuine but DeWitts Beware of conn- rfeita I suffered for many years I rrom a sore caused by a gunshot wound u my left leg says A B Fuller of nglish Ind It would not heal and rave me much trouble 1 used all kinds It remedies to no purpose until I tried eWltts Witch Hazel Salve A few jxes completely cured me J H WillIams m a An observing editor after looking ver the situation concludes that some people go to church to weep while ther people go to church to sleep some fO to church to toll their wooe while I then go to show their clothes some go to listen to the preacher others go to tear the solo soroecher the boys they goo reconnoiter the girls go because they night to many go toy good reflec Iou but precious few to help collec Ions a1xAVswthe 111ad TM Hut Umjt Baijht I IJpt y sw t Gf White Man With Negro Features RICHMOND lya March 28Ths ilcide yesterday of Lafayette Painter vho out his throat from ear to ear veals that he was not a colored man nd also brings to light a very strange ut true tory Painter was 88 years t age and had lived in Richmond for any years Though very light olor he had the characteristic f InII t a negro and was generally tt iteo ei inch although he stoutly denied hat any African blood flowed fat his ems His father who still rosld esar few Hope Ohio and other relatives came here yesterday afternoon to take Charge of the body and it was then that the story of Painters life was told Jj While his mother was enclente and fre months prior to the birth of this flbn she became Involved in some difficulty with colored neighbors which 8ft her in a state of fright and nervous prostration The trouble so preyed ojon the womans mind that she never recovered and when thechild was born it posessed the true features of the African The mother became so pros trated that her mind gave way and a few years later she was taken to an Insane hospital She partially recovered however and was returned to her home There was a recurrence of the mental trouble however and she committedI 4nlclde by drowning herself in a barrel ljbf water I Bridegroom was Ready but the I Minister Balked SAN FRANCISCO CAL March 27A marriage jperemony that would have been performed over the coffin of the bridegrooms dead wife was interrupted today by Rev Dr Gardner of Palo Alto All preparations for the wedding that was to precede the funeral of the wife had been made Miss Alice A Starrett the brideelect and Alexander W Carrel widower and bridegroom elect were waiting by the casket ready to say the words that would have mode them man and wife when Dr Gardner who had been asked to perform the ceremony arrived and learned of their intention This is horrible he said I will not perform the ceremony What could have led you to do such a thing It was my dead wifes wish said Carrel With her last breath she mde mepromise to marry Miss Starrett over her bier The story of the weddingfuneral is a strange one A few months ago Carrel and his wife moved to San Francisco from Palo Alto They rented a house at 74 Willow avenue Meanwhile Carrel had become acquainted wtlh Miss Alice Starrett Carrels wife learned of his fondness for the young girl and told him that when she died he must marry Miss Starrett Ho and the girl were ready enough it seems to carry out the with of the deceased p a The surest and latest remedy for kid fey and bladder diseases is Foleys Kidney Cure All druggists m Old Times in Tennessee Probably few people know that the original name of the State of Tennessee was Franklin or that In 1788 the sala ties of theofficers of that Commonwealth were paid in pelts but the following fa- a correct copy of the law Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of time State of Franklin and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same that from and after the 1st day of January 1788 the salaries of this Commonwealth be and are as follows towltHis excellency the Governor 100 deerskins His honor the Chief Justice COO deerskins The Secretary to his excellency the Governor 600 raccoon skins County Clerk 800 beaver skins Clerk of the House of Commons 200 raccoon skins- Members of the Assembly per diem 8 raccoon skins I Justices tee for serving a warrant one mink skin At that time the State of Franklin ex tended to the east bank of the Mississip pi river and on the west bank was that great unknown forest region of Louis lana It was then a terra incognita save a few canoe landings and Italian tradingposts on the river banks It was known as the district of Louisiana and In 1803 was made the territory of LouisianaThe of Franklin which became Tennessee in 1796 was almost as little known The now great city of Memphis was a mere tradingpost and was not laid out as a village until 1820 Pelts were as plentiful in those days M pennies are now and much better distributed for the purposes of currency and barter The pioneers were perhaps as happy and as well contented as is the average citizen now I Good for Rheumatism Last fall I was taken with a very sere r attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and annoy an8 After trying several prescriptions for rheumatic cures I decided to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jeraeyman After two applications of this remedy I was much better and after using one bottle was completely cured Salllo Harris Salem N J For sale by Z tfayhe Griffin Bro m HornII Blasts From The Rams He only needs to fear who fights against God I Most things are easier to learn than to unlearn The wells of salvation are not filled with tears He gains no knowledge who is un willing to acknowledge what he does not know Gods methods admit of no middle men in religion The bumps of our pride are the handles by which the devil holds us You may put the church into atatla tcsbut you cannot express Christianity1 in figuresV I Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiatee and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines Re taM nbstltntes AU druggists m J MANY RELIABLE WITNESSES Prove That Old Cases of Chronic Ca tarrh can be Cured A Medicine That Will Cure Cases or Catarrh of Long Standing De serves a Very High Place in the Annals of Medical Discovery Such a Medicine 1 is Peruna fHOUSANDS of testimonials are II pouring in every day of old cases of chronlo catarrh that have re sisted all treatment for year being promptly and permanently cured by Pernna These reports do not all come from obscuro places signed by obscure peo- pleA largo proportion of these letters are written by men and women prominent in business and professional cir cles and many of them well known from ocean to ocean Colonel John Franklin Waters occu plea a prominent position among the leading trial lawyers of Chicago He has probably obtained more verdicts against corporations in suits for personal injuries than any man of his age In the United States and during his practice of over fifteen years he has not lost a single case In the Supreme Courts of Illinois and Missouri Ho is a hard worker and has the energy of four men For a number of years he had been afflicted with chronlo catarrh and hav- Ing recently been thoroughly cured of his old affection an interview was obtained with him by one of our reporters In which he gave the following state mont to the public CHICAGO xu Aug 0 1900 The Feruna Medicine Co Columbus 0i Qcnttcmcn lt gives me great pleasure to testify to the merits of such a worthy remedy tar catarrh IIt your PerauM I bd suffered for II number ot yen Item this very dlil agreeable disease mad hdtried mnay totalled remedies but uatll I used Pemu none had the desired effect I feel that lam perfectly cured mad cat heortully recommend Perils to anyone tattering from catarrh JOHN P WATERS 120 B Randolph St Chicago III Another cue equally weUknown in Chicago la reported through a letter from aveteran Railroad manI SHE LIKES LIQUOR Pretty Bnde Says that Her Drink Habit was Acquired In Society CLEVELAND O March 24 From a count the Central Police Station a young and pretty woman a bride of two months was brought into Police Court today She was accused of stealing ten dollars worth of clothes from a rom in a saloon Several silk waists and Blot of tangled thread were carried in as evidence The prisoner was Mrs An nie Pelton She had given the name of Alice Anthony to avoid notoriety Why is your husband not here asked Judge Kennedy kindly He does not know that I was arrest ed sobbed the bride I was ashamed to let him know hint ZIUSIJAND CAME Then a tall handsome young fellow stepped forward I am her husband he said We were married here January 11 and live In the East End I am a contractor Then while the husbands arm rested lovingly on the back of her chair the young woman told her story I never intended to steal the things she said I have better clothes than these In the rag bag at home I am not bad but I cant leave drink alone My home was In Columbus and I learned the habit at social gatherings there while I was a girl Society did it Since I was married I have tried so hard to stop but it seems that I cannotD- RANK MANY BEEK3 Monday I went into a saloon for a glass of beer When I finished it a man there bought me another glass I told him 1 did not want the liquor but when it was before me I could not refuse the temptation to drink It He bought me a glass of whisky and many glasses of beerI took the clothes from a room up stairs I did not know what I was do lug but when I got into the open air I realized that they were not mine I left them at a place across the street Judge Kennedy discharged the prison er and she left the courtroom on the arm bt her husband weeping a O A JB TOHX Aou K ys zhl Buzathsr y +Aping Americans Harrodtburc Democrat A recently returned Harroburg young man who was connected with the United States army for two years In tho Philippines stopped over at a seaport city in Japan en route home where he spent a fortnight In speak ing of some of the prevailing fashions there he said in part the natives are not particular In their customs in regard to dress the general wearing ItItCOLONEL JOHN FBANKLIS WATERS OF CHICAGO1tt t Captain John II Lyons of Chicago ja aVUUWVW I J U Lyons j t passenger agent for various rail r i comipast twenty four years- connected with tho Postofflce Department for six years the Police Departmentt for six yearsr rJVVVV VV BUU at pica ent connected with the Grand TrunkI railroad had a similar caso apparel of the female population appear fog to be arranged more with an eye to comfort than appearance and as for what Americans call modesty the Japanese ladles had a queer conception if any at all of it As an instance ho related that not long since with a desire to adopt English and American customs the upper class of Japanese women ordered a vast lot of American womens wear and among the f f vs of Japan American garments were a sort of passport to uptodato society events One thing funny was that the society girls were so pleased with corsets that they always wore them on the outside of all their other garments This innovation upon their native customs did not lost but a few years and the only reminder left is an occasional old and wellworn corset encircling the waist of some Japanese belle on the out side of her dress a a Vigil of a Faithful BERKELEY SPRINGS W DogI27For more than a year a has stood faithful watch over the of his former master and has graveI leave the place or to relax his Joseph Wolfel died a year ago and was burled at Hancock iu a little cemetery In a church yard The dog followed the funeral procession to the grave and saw the coffin lowered into the earth Since that day the dog has become a constant and solitary watcher at the grave of the man he loved Only in the coldest weather does the little animal seek shelter under the little church in the cemetery sleeping beside the grave at all other times When hungry he trots quickly tothe nearest house a few rods away where be is fed and then returns to his post a faithful sentinel guarding all that he holds dear The dog is friendly to all visitors to the cemetery but will not permit anyone to step on his musters grave All efforts to Induce the faithful beast to give up his selfimposed task have failed 4 5 CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedf4 f04Signature of JictftfffZZM Not a Clear Record New york Weeklyj Lawyer Are you acquainted withthe prisoner WltnessIt known Mm for 20 yeaillLawyerHawou ever known him to be a disturber of the pnbllo peace WltnetlllWcllcrl1eusell to belong to a fife and drum corps I A booklet how to obtain patents tradeniarJtH copyrights etc will be sent tree to anyone writing to 0 A Snow Co opposite tho Patent office Washington D O veteran soldier and a prominent morn ber of Q AR Camp No 102 Captain John H Lyons 1612 Prairie Ave Chicago 111 wjltei For twenty years I Buffered with chronic catarrh but thanks to Feruna I am now entirely cured ext affords me much pleasure to make statement In behalf otyour meritorious remedy Pornna I hive used tune for catarrh and have found it to be all you claim for it I had suffered for twenty years I cheerfully recommend Perana to anyone suffering from catarrh aa I believe that as In my cue It will prove a sure cure Captain JobnUron Address The Pernna Medicine Coot lnatrncUvo1reeUterllturo iL Save Yo I If your Eyes trouble you you are in need of Glasses Send for our printed instruc tions for testing the Eyes as we can accurately fit Eye Glasses or Spectacles by Mail We put now lenses in old frames and do all kinds of repairing Send for our New Catalogue of Watches Jewel ry and Silverware Cs P Barnes Co BOISoq WEST MAIIKLT STRKKT Louisville Ky On Jelliespreserves and plcklM spread a thin UDcof PURE REFINED PARAFFINE IWill keepthm itaolutIj mohtura asS proof Vuielttancdnnfflntlaalaa uwfulin II loam a other waja about tM BOIUW Full pacUcatIol4 STANDARD OIL CO LIPPI N COlTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best In Current Literature 12 COMPLETE Novels YCARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260 PCRYCAR 26 Cn A cOY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVCHV NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITVELP Subscribe for THE HERALD and get the latest news Only 100 per year a I f i 1 1 4 4 I 1 1I 1 0 I- tt 4 r I J f 1 3l a u f w F c rw w r i J j t- f r I f f iJ a r- I a I M I t p I I I rra HARTFORD HERALD KIIANK L REItx1rnprletnr lliUKIti 1A1TIIFm1rMndllorSu- bsenpUon tl WT ltar in ailnun r WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 Miss Diem Bviuui itT of Lane Wolf county Kentucky Isa candidate for Congress on the Prohibition ticket in the Tenth district She says she Intend to make a Ilouse to huuse cans vass She IU both BOW looking awl wealthyJAconAItrtsPresident llooscvel old New York chum Is slated its tile Presidents nppotntec fur Governor of our new acquisition the Danl h West Indies Mr Klls Is a newspaper man and a lecturer and Is well quall lied for the place TEDDY and his backers can breathe a little easier for awhile SunuU Hanna has written a letter ton iris cousin man saying he Is In no sense a candidate for the Presidency In 1M Hut anybody who Is acquainted wIth politics Is nware that this assertion IIn no wise eliminates him from the race HON C1 1iiATT of Madlsonvlll U being prominently mentioned as the next Republican nominee for Governor of Kentucky Mr Pratt is one of the best men In the llopubllcan part but he will hardly get the gubernati rial nomination He Is sot much of a politician and besides he Is must too straight a man and knows too 111 tie about wirepulling to be an acs eeptable candidate for his party mar age vs m TIIK vanity of riches awl this imsa Iftfy Ing nature of vast wealth IsI aptly Illustrated in the death of Cecil Rhodes the South African financier Although possessing simple means to gratify every whim or desire It IIs doubtful If he really enjoyed the last years of his life The friction en gendered by the burning desire for power and gain wore him out and bsrne down by the rich mans ceaseless grind he Is dead before reaching his fiftieth year 11 E ITOIIIIEXUY WxrrEUSON Is mak Ing the welkin ring with his cries for political harmony and his appeals to to Democrats to toe the lineIhis IIs all right cud proper ami we are glad to see It If there was more ofjlt among Democratic leaders there would be more Democratic victories We hope however that Mr Watterson will stick both to his text and the Impulse that prompts It Uemembering Dem oracyV dark days In lu and time great 1Kiiiitucky editors attitude at that time constrains us to hope that Mr Watterson has profited by experience and that come what may he will con time to toe tho line and shout forf harmony CONOItESSMAN 1 1D lllCIIAUDSOl created a big sensation In Congress Thursday when hu introduced a resolution asking for the appointment of n committee to Investigate time charges of Walter A Christmas a Dane and alleged diplomatic representative uf the United States and Denmark Mr Richardson Is the leader of the Dem ovratlc minority in Congress Christ mas alleges that he was promisee about 00000 by the Danish government to be used In bribing Congress men and other prominent citizens and In subsidizing newspapers ftir securing the purchase of the Danish lest- ladiesa recent acquisition by the United States Mr Payne the ISepub hcan leader tried to blull Hlehardson down by parliamentary tactics but the latter stood his ground and the committee was appointed NOT content with the wrecked homes and demoralization that are widespread on account of the liquor tratllc the promoters of this un holy business seek new victims old further sway of power In the exten soon of their inllucnce and privileges A secret meeting of representatives of Louisville whisky Interests was held last week to mike plans preparatory to organizing an antiprohibition league The association will be a national organiatlon It will have its headquarters In Louisville and will be supported by n fund to which the distilling and liquor jobbing Interests of time entire country are expected to contribute It is understood that the organization will have unlimited financial backing The money will be used In employing speakers to conduct campaigns In States where prohibi tionists am strong In distributing printed matter In employing stat lstI class and writers on economic subjects and antiProhibition arguments par ticularly The motet object of the movement will be to snow that pro hibition laws are Ineffectual TIs Easy to Feel Good Countless thousands lava found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings Xew Lifo Pills which positively curt Con stipation Sick Headache Dizziness Jaundice Malaria Fever rind Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or weak en Only Sio nt J II Williams dyne Htore In Blind Boy Is a Mechanical Genius PETKKSIIUKU KY March 8t Woodie Hoffman u blind boy of this place makes razor handles from ribs of beef lie cuts the bliiilc rivets thrill In aniipolihes them for pastime Huisu HIII of Henry huff nun a wealthy Garner Job Couldnt Have Stood It i If hed had Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying ut Buckluns Arnica i Salve will cure the worst CIISII of piles on earth It has cured thousands For Injuries PillliM or Ifoxlilv Eruptions its the best salvo in the world Price SSou box Cure guaranteed Sold by J H Williams in Brown Democrats to Go DOWUNQ QUEEN KY March 29 Quite a stir In political circles was caus ed here tide morning by the statement that 0 II Ryan of Rnsaallvllle Dell uty Internal Revenue Collector of the Second district kai ltulIlI uotlfi J to rrti r n rturn over his office to another moan April 1 Ryan was appointed ate a Brown Democrat It is stated thatt William Henry Jones the Darren coot Republican politician will be given tit place This action was taken after a 11OU fercnce of the oldline Republics who decided that nil Brown Democr A must go and the offices be filled with RepuJ licaus j i Brained With An AX in Doorway 01f Her Home WiLMAMsnuuu KY March 29 Mrs Green Alder was murdered at 1her home near Pleasant View at 10 oclc k last night Her husband is now 1n custody of the Coroners jurywhich held an inquest over Mrs Alder ii body today He will be held pending further investigation of the case According to the husbands story they returned home from church chant UI oclock last night Mrs Alder dn lockedl the front door while Alder went to the hennery in the rear to look afterI u supply of eggs A moment later he heard his wife scream and running to the ronut of the house he saw an nn known man disappearing from the front door The nice undo his escape Alder found his wife prostrate on the floor in a pool of blood tad in a momeut she was dead She had been brlllmll with nn ax which swan lying by her side and which was covered with blood Alder claims that his wife vas klllell by some one who was concealed inside the house nud struck the fatal blow as she opened and entered the door A good many of the residents of the vicinity are not disposed to accept Alder s story and on that account the Coroners jury will investigate further Mrs Alder was a daughter of Andrew Deems a leading citizen of Whitley county The couple had been married only a short time Mnch excitement prevails in tIt neighborhood and in other portions of the county ns well LATEK At Willlamsburg Saturday Green Alder was held without hail on tho charge of murdering his wife Owing to threats of mob violence 1 he was taken to Stanford for safekeeping Get n free sample of Chaudierlah s Stomach and Liver Tablets at A Wnyt jrinin x limos drug store They are nsier to take and more pleasant IIn effect than pills Then their usa is mot followed by constipation ns is often the case with pills Regular size 2Sc per box mu Oil Excitement In Hardin EuzAliETIITOWN KY March 80 Excitement is now nt white heat in this county of oil There van an enthusiastic meeting last night- at the tonrthouse of the citizens of title county to discuss the oil prospects and hear talks by the experts who are here looking after the drilling of wells Syerv one was highly pleased with the meeting and a committee was appoint ell to see nil of the landowners here md get leaves on iiOOOO acres of land which will be done without difficult there is no doubt that a well will be started in the next thirty days The prospects are said to be Mattering for a regular gusher SELECT KY Special lo THE UKRAUI March ill Farmers have been wok lug good use of the pretty weather of the last few days sowing tarts break iugeorr grol1l1ic Wheat looks bad in this section of the ounty Mr Joe Keowu went to Bailer couu ty Sunday to see his best girl Mr J W Keown and family of near leaver Dam visited relatives in town SundayMr and family Beave flout visited the family of W P recentlyMr veryillMrs Joseph Goodman is on the sick listThefamlly of Mr J W Dnvall who have eenllulto sick for the last few improvingMrs who has been er- low for the lost few days is still in iII critical condition Her recovery is al must despaired of Mr Lafe James Kansas is at the bedside of his mother who is very low Rev D J K Maddox will preach Bt Green River Church the 2d Sunday In April and Saturday before There is a case of smallpox reported above hero about four miles neat tenfrow Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness nud that lis by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of time iiiBtncliiiin Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have n rumbling sound or imperfect nearing and when it is entire I f closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor hearingsvillbedestroyedforever IJ y catarrh which is nothing but I1n inflamed condition of the unicorn surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for tiny ease of Deafness caused bj itnrrli that cannott be cured by hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F11 CHUNKY t Co Toledo o Sold by druggists j c- 1I111s Family tills are the best m Plans For Congressional Nomination The Democratic Exectivo Commit tee of the Fourth congressional district meet at the Willard Hotel in Louisville S itnrduy to decide upon the tune pluca and roamer of nominating a nnlldate for Congress Time committee insrncted Chairman n Ringo to declare Hon Dave Smith the nominee if there mire no other indldates by May 1I In case of suveral indldates a primary will be held June I S Wants To Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life- SayS Edw Mehler proprietor of the Union bottling Works Erie Pa BII 1- trlell all kinds of remedies went to several doctors rend spent considerable otiey trying to got a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nud have been taking it in to my great IIIUIIIforIIIUlltllt in hopo that I may help other sufferers KodolI Dyspepsia Cure cures all1 stomach troubles You dont hnvo to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat1 II Williams m Ewing Proved an Alibi OAMIOOV IKY Mardi 25Taumes- Ewing who wens arrested two weeks- ago charged with the nmrderof Owen at Llvermore waf tried DelJzlI Ilasll1 He proved nn alibi IBell in rafting logs on Pond rivet the time- Dreadful litI Attack of Whooping Cougn Mrs lichen Hnrlison of 100 Pnrk- AVI Kansas City Mo writes ns fol luws Our two children had n severe attack of whooping cough One of them in the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the nose 1Ve- tried everything we heard of without getting relief We then culled in our Foleyahoneydose they began to improve and we feel1 that it saved their lives Hdfnsa substitutes All druggists m THE NEWS IN BRIEF The Western Kentucky miners have decided tocontinue work until April 28 at which time their representatives will make another effort to agree wh Ithe mine operators upon a scale of wages Operators in Southern Indiana threaten to close down their cord mines and aid the miners in Western Kentucky to win their strike and raise the scale of wages The Indiana operators say they tire losing money by reason of being nimble to compete with tthe Kentucky mines owing to the difference luwages- Gov Beckham approved 100 of tthe pal bills sent to his desk by time General Assembly Four bills were vetoed nud twentyseven became laws without 1 his approval The Revenue Dill is ttime most Important of those to become laws without executive approval Tho Stat Fair BlIIllIl1l1other Importnnt oue which the Governor did not sign The Hoods in Tennessee Alabama cud Mississippi caused by Fridays tieuic dons rain did nn incalculable mnomlt of damage Over twenty lives IIII known to have been lust Railroads are heavy sufferers and are having great ditllcnlty in repairing the breaks In their lines Numbers of bridges were wept away nnd seta of tlm richest farming lands in Middle Tennessee were greatly damaged The bill which passed both houses providing for registration In Fifth class cities and that each voter who reflate must have u certiflate before he can votci nt the election wits stolen sonia where in the round from Speaker Finn to the tlwernor amI the Franklin Cutlllty grand jury will investigate the theft of the lll1hlll will prevent its becomir a law The disappearance of the bill Is a mystery and shows that some slllk work was dune in its abstraction Four mien were killed in a fight IIn Pike county Ky Saturday They were Thomson Hutfteld and his son harrylVattsat Willimstottn W YI and TQhn Rutherford revenue oflicer and l1u tvctlve The killing followed the attempt of lintherford and Watts to nr rest Ephrulm Hatlleld on a fngitiv warrant Issued on n felony indictment in North Carolina Pittsburg cud western Pennsylvania were visited Sunday by a severe windstorm that caused thousands of dollars of damage and wens accon livesFortynt Knoxville Another church WM destroyed by the storm at McDonald fatallyhurttown was fatally injured by the spire pulpitNearwere killed in a church which was purr tinily destroyed When you wake up with a bad taatteI WayneGriffin IInlllLIerconltlPI11tlon r+ ySCROADER SLH00LHOUSEKY SprlultoTiiE HKKALIIJ JlareltliiMfr Hiclianl Wright huts bought a farm from John Nix and Ib moving onto sonic Mr and Mrs C O Martin visited welkjIrsspout a few days in our vicinity last list week Mrs W M Schroader Iis on the sick Mr Hardin Mlnton has just complet Ill a new barn Mrs E C Acton of Owensboro Ky is visiting in our neighborhood nt title writing Mr Birch EUVju was in our town raving chickens last week Messrs B X Stroud and L T Wright have moved their sawmill to iu paint near Sandcrfnrs Crossing Pneumonia is Robbed of its Terrors Dy Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the nrking cough and heals and strength Willirerellt Miss Stone Reaches London LoVDOX March 20Miss Ellen M Stone the American missionary arrived in London today She said to II representative of the Associated PrIMI am very tired but I am glad to be here 1 cannot reiterate too of ten ay thinks to my many friends of the other side I shall beglad to get home once more Saved Many a Time Dont neglect coughs end colds even If it is spring Such cases often result seriouslyl nt this season just because people are careless A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts nt once KrllIJroUtroubles I lave used One Minute Cough Cure twveral years says Post toaster C 0 Dawson Barr III It Is- tbe very best cough medicine on time market It Las saved mo many n severe spell of sickness 1IIc11 warmly recom mellllt The childrens favorite T H killiams in Master Commissioners Notice McCorinink Harvesting Machine Co ss John P Foster administrator no- All persons having claims against the estate of D F McCormick deceased art hereby notified to produce the same litt my olTlce In Hartford Ky properly MayltItllOWAJf HOMIUOOK- 14tl MI 0 O C O Time celebrated stallion Bob Soden will make the present season at my stables at Centertown beginning March 17 1003 12t4 F M ALLEN Hoods Sarsaparilla lies won success far beyond the effect of onlyThe Its wonderful pope onlybyliascd upon a prescription which cured people considered Incurable nstollishIng Hoods Sarsaparilla Includes tho concentrated values of the unitedbyblnBtlclI proportion timid process as to ItselfItsoff scrofula eczema psoriasis and every kind and degree of humors a8- wcll as catarrh and rheumatism provo Hoods Sarsaparilla the beit blood purifier Aver produced Its cures of dyspepsia biliousness thattlrtdacli tonic nervebuilder and strength restorer ttime world has ever known Hoods Sarsaparilla Beginto1 u Ireoilt CI I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I1 tried Ayers Sarsapirllla and it only took two bottles to make me feel perfectly well Mrs N S Swln ney Princeton Mo Tired when you go to bed tired when you get up timeWhypure thats the reason You arc living on the border line of nerve ex haustion Take Ayers Sarsaparilla and be quickly cured aSiSS Ark your doctor what he think of Ayer Rjriapirlllii He know nil nboutthl grand old family mMln Follow bit adult tau- we will beatdell J C AVER Co Lowell Matt ROCKPORT KY Special to TUB ItKXAtii March 1111 and Mrs Xeph Herral of this city have gone to Louisville to purclms their spring stock of mercha dire Mrs Leland Smith has returned front LouisvilleMr Kiuiuiel of Ceralvo was in town n feWhonrs last week Capt J G Keown of Hartford wii ih town last week on legal business Messrs T L Mam and Q M1 Maddox went to Evansville last Ttl4 liy ma businessMr Tllford cause in last Times day from Hnttisbnrg Miss where he is employoil by the Gulf 8 Ship Island R B Co He will return next Saturday with hU wife nod MrsiA M Ilerati rod Mrs Olga Cairnes where they will make their future home They have a u host of friends hero who regrett to sae them leave- Roukport was loaded with Insnrauc agents last week Messrs John Duncan of Greenville and Robt Pollock of Central City W P Thomas Heave Dam W Fred Long of Louisville were writinginsuranceinsuranceMr ne Kimbly of Louisville Iis the guest of his uncle and grandmot er Mr S D Warden and Mrs B C cityMr from Evansville I W J Rowe visited iu Beaver Dent ia- i SundayMiss I of this citywill leave this week for McHenry where she will visit relatives and friends I Miss Maddox has n large circle of friends who regret to we her leave I Mary Ellen Sneddon is visiting iu Me1 Henry this week the guest of Mrs J S Smith DrII Mr Ray Armstrong of Louisville was in town today representing W B BelUnap S Co of Louisville Rev Albert Maddox of near West Providence was in town last Friday 01 juslnesw I Mr Chas Ashby of near Centertown ifas in town last Saturday the gnnt uf Ills friend Win J Rowe I Mr Nolen Smith of Linton bud iis Hailing his parents Mr and Mrsr Cain Smith of this1 city I A Chattanooga Druggists Statement I Robt J Miller proprietor of the Read louse drug store of Chattanooga Tenn writes There is more merit iii oleys Honey and Tar than in any oth wonderfully mad Thecallsforitmnltiply we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined All druggists m i 0 The two well known Tacks Black iuuiotid and Storm will make the present season nt my stables at Center town Ky beginning March 17 1002- 12t4 I F M ALLEN IRENDERI March 81Mr J W Fielden is on the sick list Mr Will Hall has been very sick but Is now much better Mrs Daisy Reid has been on the sick lI improvingCheney the sick list Mr Frank Crane our Ullo date pie turn man has purchased n fine horse from Mr Will Reid Mr A B Stanley of WViox visited his tOil Mr Will Stanley Saturdayo Mr Billy Bryant visited his family at Itosiue Saturday and Sunday Dorn to the wife of Mr Rne Burton the 28th lust H girl If YW ctoulncLaxative I the remedy that rum n wild In one dRY L UISmEMARKETS Cortccttd every Turirtay rvntluu CtTTLu i Choice to IlrlllleII shipping steers fifoG121 Medium to good slipping 37i A on Choice butcher steers Ii tOfo 11011 Medium to good butchers 4 7J fj 5 2T OIMH to choice feeders 4 Tike K 00 Coin to medium feeders 4 21f 4 711 Good to extra stock steers 4 alq rrS Oil Com to nmednl stock Steers 4 OOif 4 ftO Good tochoice stock heifers II CO 400 Com to medni stock heifers II 0g J 50 1100811110Mdchcowselicetofmncy4000e Mitch cows medium to I good 10 Mulch cows plain nud J0400111 2001IloJsbutchers 200 to too lbs 7 Medm pakes lOOtoSOOlbs IIi Choice light shippers 120 00II to 1OU lbs I Choice pigs DO to 120 lbs 0 21 Roughs 130 to 800 Ibs n 50ft n 40 Si18Et AND LAMllSGood to extra shipping sheep 41101100- Fuir to good 4004110 Common to medium 900ry3711- Bucks 2110eI1110 Extra shipping litubs 11c0211- Best butcher lambs B B04 0 IH Fair to good btohr Limbs 112I II Oil Com tail end lambs 4 Oots B 00 THKUUAIN MAHKCT- WllKAT New No 2 red and long longberry7Gorejected legsCOONNo now white Wcs No S uIJxlll iOo No 2 yellow 11110 OATSNO 2 white 47oj No 2- mixed 4Hc llYKIWcTho pnlllbyOlltllI1lU rye are the selling prices IllOVIBIONH HAMS Choice sugarcured light and heavytollloolum1Uj llZliluDAcoNClear rib sides 10o regular clear sides I0o packed breakfast bacon lIiflWJcl sugarcured shoulders OJc bacon extra lOio LAUDPrime steam in tierces 0o cholcelellf in tierces liD la tnbs 11io- ppro leaf hurl in tierces plot In firkins 12e n Beaver Dams Greatest Store +E P BARNES BRO+I I IThe central and most economic trading place for the purchasing public of the entire Green River Country This great establishment has made Beaver Dam famous as the larg est distributing point in this section of the State It buys more goods buys better goods and sells them at more reasonable prices as is evidenced by the I SEAL CP APpt OVALS-et by hundreds of satisfied customers Spurred on by this successful verdict we are determined to keep alive and increase the interest we have already awakened by offering theII market our time has been completely taken up in preparing an unusually large number of jour patrons for Easter We beg to announce that we have papered our main building and that every department is full of the seasons newest and snappiest merchandise that it wasI I springlikeIClothing Department We buy this line from same of the roost reps unable factories for high ehm nails iu this country mid can show yon more than three times as many pet terns UK any other honne lu this county We feel trust we can please you and serve you better In this depart ment thou any other store within your reach It costs you nothing to look Its n pleasure for us to show them to you Wily not guard your own interest by looking at our line 500 per suit buys n lIe linn nl plain end fancy suits 700 fsoo amid ftOW buys the greatest line of plain nud Gumcsnitayon ever saw from the lightest colorings to solid blacks Jl1 t5ftSnndfMiI buys the nobbiest uewest and best quality of suits tow umrket affords Boys and Childrens Suits We have any style most iu them at the lowest pis tilble prkvs Boys and youths suits fLfiO to fill Child reds coat std pants ft100 to fiIIO Childrens vestce suits flSO to trOO ChildrenV Knwin blouse tMt- o iOO Carpets Rugs and Oil Cloths This is to remind you that we carry the only regu lar line of carpets in this section Bring the measure and diagram of your room and we cut your carpet to match before leaving our store Mattings lV 20e 2c noc 3V per yank Ingrains toe ttc 4uc Ill rtv 70o 7V per yard Hemp i ISc and 2te lper yard Oilcloth 2VJ and IlOo JHT ynrd Smyrna lings 41815 tino tIIII iwi fVO Moiniette tmt2fc I1141I Shoes Shoes Shoes Our new styles are here any they are marvels of shoe elegance They are more graceful in build tad nre of lletter gamut price for price than lies reef been shown here Bnells tine Shoes for men iVO toL1A Mens Vlcl Kids Casco Calf tl5ote2ISlt Mens Low Cuts fllill to aflO Ladies uptodate Kid Shoes 1110to3110 Misses uptodate Kid Shoes fl11O to i00- Chlldrens rOo to IV- Chlldreus lied Pink and Dines iutoh1o Slippers Slippers Our liue of Ladles Miwes and Childrens slippers nru now arriving anti will U ready for exhibition by April n This line Is no exception to our rule It is the greatest we have ever had W B Corsets The new Spring styles of this toast excellent line of Corsets N on our shelves ready for your Inspec tion The name Is suillclont guarantee of their pop ularity and durability The new Straight fronts We 1 and 9121 New Summer Corsets 50c New Girdles 5k and 75c Nursing Corsets100La- ce Curtains and Window Shades 11111 A great line of new Spring Lace Curtains In the new rllccts Prices the lowest over quoted on new uptodate goods Our strongest line wi price nl 91111 iHRii1 1175 200 and 20 Window Shades 7 feel lung nt HX avI aril WH Window Shades 8 fret long ut IIIF mill We Underwear Our New Spring and Summer Underwear for Ladles Mimes and Children for Men and Hoys are of beautiful quality and extra good values Ladles Vests Sc lOu 20 25c ftQc Mens ShIrts 23c 32c IOu 78o nndflOO In this connection we wish to call your attention to onr line of Hosiery for Men and Boys also for Ladle Misses and Children We are showing the new White Pink and Blues for children also new prays and White for Ladles S Furniture Our new Spring styles in Furniture ate now on the floor No matter whether you wish to buy or pot we invite you to come and make yourself at home We have over two thousand square feet of floor space devoted exclusively to the ex hibition of this line of goods and wo know that we can sbowyotrthe teat line in your vicinity We to tho anil this and nt to you and you will you to and to will the com We the full per an lino of and ple the per the of and goods you ever seen In strIpcs and Mohair In olld all and tltrlptdIOne to line of London and In the eight that Inns so and Fabrics has this store magnificent Ing you now to IXverythlng and to lar I Department MissI Pirtle assisted two ablo assistuntH I with the largest I host selected StOIkOr tillwas opened in our store is ready to welcome old doubly anxious to please new ones Special attention given to Hats to Mail orders dis i a a u hue n a I i a a 1 I more In and We used best In and it and new We In nlso in 1110 to 300 from MX to hni es 2V to flfiO u Ladies The prettiest line we ever In Hows ijjc In 2Vs In 25c- In aTc nnd fiOo In New Shapes21c1Ccuml jic To our lino of soft and stilT Shirts IIs olio tif our strongest lines See the wn or without for Me and TH See tho Dress Goods Department wish emphasize tact that Miss Kannlo Barnes tributor for department by her rxqnlslto taste thorough knowl edge of hsimlohsdcuiands Is ruDdy nil give suggestions show plates that enable make that Is strictly colors that harmonize with have superb line of all new for Suits Sklrltt and waists Twenty to SSc buys fancy sta Dress Vabrlcs In all latest cilorlngs Thirty cents per yard nice of and gray skIrt Ing cloth Fifty cents greatest line Suit Skirt Waist have Silks MilldcotoMi rniorsandstrlpcs Vene tians III colors Gray Sklrtlngs plain stripes dollar SlflO buys Gloria Silks twlno light airy effects arc new Wash Fabrics Never beforn season unfolded many now weaves patterns In Never before mlle such show as are Invited see fur Waists Suits from Cc rc1c yard Millinery Viola hy and equipped and date Millinery that ever her trade and servo and many order garment plexion granite Molmlre solicited and executed promptly Mens Boys and Childrens Hats This season affords novelties shapes colorings than ever before hnvo our jndgmmit selecting the rarest most becoming shapes and our regular trade buying them along Come see these things have theta ranging from All staple shapes Straws in all Neckwear for and Gents have shown Club Club Ties Child flows FourJn hands Ladles Dont Fail sec bosom Dress This variety show with collars and culT buyer tithes pattern stylish select things yard elegant buys yard buys Wash right straws price fcJOO prettiest the It Is possible for a shirt nmaker to produce at 100 Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizer The planting season Is almost upon us and successful farming can only bo attained by tho proper use ofa coin merclal fertilizer that will give life and vitality to the soil and that sup plies suniclcnt plant food to nourish the crop until properly matured These facts have been fully demon byItsful farmcrsn this section of the State for eighteen yeare Wo handle time Homestead Tobacco Grower tor Tobacco Wo carry tho following grades at too price Indicated per hundred pounds Quick ncting hesphlatonnBooBone and Potashn4t10torna-ndlVheatOrowernnn u 133- Chnllongo Corn GrowerOf I0 0 160 1tiro groim Bono unnnninnnrurn 150- KlnoRawbono Of 185 Homestead Tobacco GrowerOf I 206 0 Look Also at our line of 0 K Cooking Stoves and Ranges All sixes and prices Kept constantly on hand and satisfaction guaranteed E IP IBsrries zfro BeaverDas n I i S trk C trA II k- r ai l r t 7 I ofl tt t t f f rMi y ii Lrr y m r d 1 P 1 II IE fr ft t i A r i 1 1 i titiNo Big Hurrah i lj11 j11No Speoal Sales mo Baits 11J XLO Oatolxee simply rI J1 t III I Best Goodsfor Least Money t11oo ALVfTAYS J ATItf1 t IIIttIi Volt SHOULD SKI II 1 mm- rr Ii EMBROIDIi Elil gI SILKS our WOOLEN DRESS GOODS t EitourMILLINERYf our HOSIERY t our UNDERWEAR our BELTS our illfli Ii- J r SLIPPERS in fact our ENTIRE LINE 11IJ I J of NEW 1il lJ Every department iia brimful of BIG BAR rI W GAINS Visit us We are sure to please you xi t1completo him of McCull Patterns shown at our l i l iHlli l I per year journalIII TILEPLACETIE1 J J T L UHIFPIH Prist n5 II LIKKNHI Vice 1I1 J C HILKY Cashier The First National Bank Of Hartford Ky wants your business Capital e4r88000- Siiijtlnfi and Profits net 1700 Flea per Cent Interest paid on Time Deposits DIRECTORS T L Ginmx ALViN ROWB C J RIIOAIW J P STEVKNS G B LIKENS Bud Yeiscr The expert horscsliocr has opened a general Blacksmith shop In Hartford Ky and Is prepared to do all kinds or work In his lino Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right It Have attp Cumberland TelephonePlaced yourrestdance business and put yourself in direct r cQaot with thp Long Distance LinesITo all parts of the United States For terms call on 4JICJI pPiNO1UN Manauer I HARTFORD HERALD I j I WEDNESDAY Armi 2 I Illinois Central Railroad Beaver Dam Time Tabloj North lluuiul South Ituuuil No 131 due 337 m No Ill due a71 m No lot due 147 pm No totduer7pm I No in due 11130 p in No 111 due 845 pm No 93 due 15 p m No I94jlue 740 m Local IrolghU No 194 due 730 am No 193 due 15 pm Train 131 and in atop at Dctver Dim to re I celve and dlichifKe puenKeri but no agent III on duly d II VANMETM Agent Bargain days at our atpre six dais iIn the week CARSON Co Margaret Nail Piano Teacher Hart ford Ky tf- lOur low priers who thronRhout the country CARSON Co lIon A S Bennett bas returned from I FrankfortCome see our Ginghams and Mer cerlzed Linens CARSON Co I Mrs W H Barnes andaon Glenn are quite ill of miinipa Our Ladles Sllppera are beauties stylish comfortable OAHSON Co Ames Buggies for vale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky Your coming merely to look at our Clothing pleases ns CAnsoV Co Little Alex Bell son of Mr A T Dell Buford has pneumonia C R Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store Wanted all your produce at the highest market price OAUSON Co Robe Smith U dangerously ill at the residence of his father Mr SaUl Smith Taylor Bartley has accepted a po sition in Mr Alva Taylors livery stable Onr line of Woolen Carpets are beauties Come and see CARSON Co Come and look at our silks products I of the silk worms brain CARSON Co Our Spring Suits are up to the last tick of the clock in style CARSON Co Every buyer compliments ns oo our display of spring Neokwear CARSON Co Our low prime mane friends of our customers and enemies of our com petltore CARSON Co Horn to the wife of A M Barnett near gillanioha Hold on to your Clothes money until you get an idea of our prices CARSON Co Wo have hats to please the young men that know what s what CARSON 8 Co Wo had your comfort in mind when wo bought our spring shlrta60o to fltCARSON Co If your Kids trouble you try ours Firstclass Kid gloves 78o to HBO- CARSON Co Come look at our Suits and take your pick You are sure to pick a winner CARSON Co For Spring we havo skimmed the cream from tbe products of Haberdast cry CARSON Co For n quick and easy ride to or tram Beaver Dam patronize Field Sons bus line- You wont hesitate where to buy your spring dress If you come In to look at our goods CARSON Co Telephone us your orders Free delivery hough River phone No 63 Cumberland 103 CARSON Co For bargains in Wagons Buggies and all kinds of vehicles call on A C Taylor Hartford Master Roy Forrester has accepted a position on the mechanical force of the Hartford IltPIIIJliclIlI Misses Virgie Hocker and Marie Austin of Beaver Dam are the guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Griffin County Attorney Tom Underwood of Glasgow Ky was the guest of Mr and Mrs Uobt Forrester otic day last week Fon SAIE Two mules For further particulars inquire of Dn B N PATTERSON McHenry Ky The choicest Groceries are found at our store Prices very low Free de livery to any part of town CARSON Co FOR SALE Two mules 0land 0 years partlcularscallou12tJ Horse Branch Ky Dont forget to come and look at the Itttty things Iin our Millinery depart merit Hatstb saltovert one Prices rock bottom CARSON fc Co The Bcrryinan brand of Watermelon and netted Cantaloupe seed large and small varieties for sale at J H Wil llama drug store 14t3 Mr B D Ringo Chairman of the State Board of Equalization who has been spending a few days at home will return to Frankfort today Mr and Mrs Henry Allen of Roches ter were the guests of Mrs Allens Schapmirelast Mr and Mrs Leland Smith of Louis vllle are the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Griffin They came down to at tend the GrifllnBusklll nuptials toy day Rev John Jeffries of the Christian Church will preach at Alexander schoolhouse on the fourth Sunday and night in this month and Saturday night precedingr Mr H E Shultz of Preutls and Miss lenience Hurrcl of Wysox were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Sunday evening at the residence of the prides father Mr Moses HerreL Foil SALE Two mares 8 years old 15j hands high deep bay black mane awl tall Well broke to ride and work 1 will sell reasonable JE WILSON 14t2 Beaver Dam Ky Died at Shawnee Oklahoma on the 20th of March Mr A L Bennett after a weeks illness He leaves a wife and 3 children and a host of friends to mourn his demise A more extended notice will appear in our next issue The Mutual Life Insurance Companys bf Kentucky issues policies Incontest able from date of issue together with loan values cash values paidup value and extended insurance annual or aj cumulated dividends Mr S R Dent represents the above company and has written all the best business men of Ohio county 42tf The examining trial of young Rethel Duke charged with breaking into the store of Mr Ulysses Whallen at Pren tie and taking goods therefrom was held before Judge Miller lastWednes day Several witnesses t testified after which tutrcase was held over to Circuit Court next month Dukes bail wai givinMarriage license since last Wednes day D W White Ceralvo to Rebecca O Decker Echols H E Shultr Pen tie to Clemence Herrel Wysox Wm B posaBeaver Dam to Catharine Bald win Beaver Dam Louis R Roots Max well to Esther May Maxwell Joseph T Snell Hartford to Susie Allen Jingo James Hurt MargaretJingoSprings to Mattie James McHenry The joint debate between Hartford the boys of the Deaver Dam Seminary will take place at the latter place next Friday evening The subject will be Resolved that United States should permanently re tarn the Philippines Tbe Hartford1 boys will defend the affirmative side oo gctromstudents All will wear the college colors white and gold Mr and Mrs J Edwin Rowe announce the engagement and coming marriage of their Miss Ella Walker Rowe to Mr Newton Field The mar DaptlstChurchthe 80th of the present month Mis Rowe was born and reared in Hartford ladyMrBen T Field of Owansboro and BUS talus the reputation of being a very worthy young man Mrs S 1 Taylor of Beaver Dam Olatoulastously Iujura1 She was on the way to visit a Biok brother near Shreve She wont to Olaton on the train and W81 met there by Mr Charles Davidson B brother in law The team Mr Davidson was driving was a spirited one and when a short distance from Olaton a keen clap of thunder frightened thie throwIngMrsablng the buggy The marriage of Miss Edna Grim and Mr Arthur D Bnskill will occur at the Methodist church today at 1 petfOnll1 W D Moore Clarence Field Jame Janderfnr and Henry Nail There will be no other attendant other than the ushers The newly married couple will leave at onco for the grooms home a Crowley La The bride has been th eclplent of a large number of beautiful md handsome presents j w You Know What You Are Takln When you take Groves Tasteless Chill Tonto because the formula ts plaint printed on every bottle showing that It slmplyIIOII and Quinine ina 6utelIIform No cure no pay Soc tf SHOT A WOMAN I Desperate Deed of a Former Hart ford Citizen to Cincinnati A- Very Sad Affair I The people of Hartford were greatly shocked last FrIday morning at hearing the news that O M Pendletou a former resident of this place and who was born and reared here had shot and killed aai woman In Cincinnati Mr Pendletoi had Just made a visit to relatives In Hartford and returned home It seems that the trouble came up over a dog and a division fence Pen propItlrtyton across the river Among Pendle tons possessions was a family dog The property which Pendleton bought and moved Into adjoined that of a man dilapidatedThe Baker family were poor people the husband having but one arm and they kept two or three cows besides the wife worked out at housework in the neighborhood in order to assist In making a living Pendletons dog got into the habit of slipping through the fence and attacking and biting the Baker folks cows To this the Baker people object ed and they called upon Pendleton to erect a new fence To this it is said he at first objected but finally had lum groundfortended that as he bad furnished the lumber that the Bakers ought to erect the fence To this the Bakers objected and so matters stood The account says that last Friday Pendleton and Mrs Bakeremerge from their respectlvo residences and started in opposite directions They met in front of Pendletons house and a few words renewed the old quar rel about the dog and fence It seems that the woman commenced to tantal ire Pendleton by imitating a dogs bark at him This bowwow enraged Pen dieton to madness He turned back in to his residence and procured a pistol Returning he found the woman still upon the pavement but it is said returning to her house She turned about however and faced him and the quarrel continued Pendleton was in a tower lag rage Suddenly ho pointed the pistol at the Baker woman and fired two shots in rapid succession One of the bullets missed but the other entered the womans breast just below the left nipple The fatal bulletpenetrated Mrs Bakers heart and with a groan she fell instantlyMrs was at the rear of the premises at the time milking Hearing the loud talking and shots he rushed to his wifes assistance He rushed upon Pendleton it is said and the latter fired several shots at him none of which took effect Notwithstanding he had but one arm he succeeded in disarming Pendleton but this was main 1ly from the fact that Pendleton had wheeled to retreat and slipped andfel pavementPendleton arrested and taken into custody He claims self defense and says that both the Baker woman and her husband were throwing rocks athimwhen theshooting occurred He says they had hounded him for weeks about tits dog and the fence Mrs Pendleton also tells the same story At first Pendleton refused to talk but later he saidI to let my friends to Kentucky know that I will be acquitted of the charge of murder as I acted purely in anInoyingstruck me with a stone which she had clasped in her fist The husband at the time was also engaged in throwinig stones at me One struck me here pointing to the cut in the left hand corner of his month and another ou the back of my head You cnn feel the lump Another hit my hat and broke the rim of it as you see here If iIt hadnt been that the hat received the brunt of the blow my head would liter ally have been crushed I have been sick for a couple f weeks having been troubled with nausea It was my life against hers and I pulled a revolver and fired at the woman I would rath er be here than to have those Bakers after me They are dangerous people When I started to run from them to get out of the range of the stonethrowing I slipped and feU hurting myself con siderably It was certainly a most deplorable affair and a great shock to Pendletone many friends here Nobody stood high er in the estimation of the people or was more generally respected than Charley Pendleton His mad aot cannot probe ably the result of sudden mental aberra tion due to ill health and the annoyance of his neighbors In the ctnolnnatIP ollce Court Satur day morning Pendletons case was continued to April 9 Ball being denied he was taken to jail where later on there was an affecting meeting between him and his wife the latter declaring that she would at once arrange to leave her East End home and take up quarters near the county bastile that she might be near her husband during bU incarceration The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and fever is a bottle of Groves ironei and quinine in a tasteless form No care no pay Price Soc tt Big Mill For Sale We offer for pale our combination Flour Grist and Sawmill situated IIn Centertown Ky This mill is Ineplen did condition and commands a large trade It is a thirtybarrel flour mill with corn attachments ansawrigged Plenty of power for other attachments Thetwhole property occupies about three acres upon onn portion of which Is a new family residence which will also partlcularsRENEER BROS J4tf Centertown Ky Your hosiery will be on display when you wear your loq out shoes New Patterns in Hosiery here CARSON Co I Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets cure payPriceCoal Land for Sale A tract of No 9 coal land consisting of about 1500 acres on the L O R R below McHenry Ky For particulars call on or address ALEX BTOONER or J a MADDOX peg McHenry Ohio Co Ky I B W Grove This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab intdaye I Row at Roclcport Alvin Baker Kelly Render and Bob Oddgday night to break up the gathering as we understand They had not been there long when a general row was i RenderIhot Dock Austin and Bob Porter alt color ed All the above named parties were arrested by town marshal G W Til ford Bakers trial was held before Esq D J Wilcox at RockportMondaj and he was held to answer to Circuit Court and in default of ban he was brought to Hartford by town marshal Tilford yesterday and lodged in jail to await the action of the grand jury Mr Tilford also brought Kelly Render over and placed him In jail to pay a ofine that was assessed against him Monday In Esq Wilcoxs court Austin and Porter were too ill to be tried Killing at Cromwell A terrible tragedy occurred at Cromwell this county Saturday evening by which a life wale snuffed out as quick ias eyeMessrs Glllstrap and Tom Burton had long held a grudge against each other It is said that the trouble originated over the small sum of eighty five cents which one claimed that the other owed him but which the other denied and refused to pay Both men it Is alleged had previously run a blind tiger and it is supposed that business jealousy added to the ill feeling From threats and remarks that had been circulated it was the general opinion that there would be a shooting match when the men met Saturday Gnitrap and Burton cham ed to be lu CromwelL It was the first time they had been thrown together for some time hut they really did not meet each other until the fatal moment Not a word was spoken nor a sign in dicated the approaching crisis Burton was talking with friends in front of Martin Coopers store when Gillstra suddenly appeared In front of him and drawing a pistol shot Burton three times before the latter could make a movement to defend himself Ono bullet entered Burtons forehead another his month while a third penetrated hIs breast Either shot would have eufatal Burton sank to the ground with instantlyHeand his wife was nearly prostrated at the awful and sudden tragedy A pistol and 37670 in currency were found Both menhave a wife and children Gillstraps examining trial is set for tomorrow Drop into my tore nut door to flank or Ilartford for Qurdware Storu Sloye Be pllr TInw e11OO I CUp iura+ Tool HUpte and Fancy Orocerlete Hr motto shell be quick cash ales at email but fair profiuboth to myself and friends alt me a trial W 8 TINBIKY Unen Shower One of the most brilliant events of the season was the Linen Shower given Monday afternoon to Miss Edna Griffin by Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Promptly at 4 oclock the guests began to arrive and after a few moments spent In social conversation were shown into the refreshment room where were many small tables prettily decorated with lovely centerpieces and flowers while the soft light from numerous candelabra made a scene picturesquely beautiful The refreshments were such as to delight the taste of an epicure The reception hall where the many presents were displayed was a scene of interest to every lady present Such a collection of exquisite needlework baa rarely if ever been seen in Hartford while the background of useful but not so decorative presents claimed equal attention Miss Edna will for years to come be reminded by the sight of the many tokens of the love of her Hartford friends who wish for her a life of hap pines a To Cqre a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo QuinIne Tablets All druggists refund the money if It folk to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25o tf COFFMAN KY Special to TUB HKEALD March 31Mr Fo Coffman who went to Central City Monday after noon returnedWedne Miss Eda Carter of Matanzas was inMondayMaster Coffman was the- guest of his grandmother Mrs Nan iverly the 27th instant BeaverDamfamilyAfter neIghborhoodher home near Waltons Creek church MondaynightMr Jas Nall and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Willie Tichenor SundayThe party given at Mr Chas Coffmans In honor of Mr Els worth Myers was highly enjoyed by all Master Fred Robinson has been ab sent from school the last few days on account of Illness Boiled Alive WARSAW INe March 29Mrs Mary Hively wife of a promInent fanner twelve miles east of hero was seized with an attack of epilepsy fell into a pan of boiling sugar water and Hivelyherminutes later with tbe head and upper portion submerged CLARKS KY fSpecial to TuB UIIALD March 29Manyof our hustling citizens have tobacco plant up and looking well Mr Orvil Evans who has been very sick is thought to be improving Mr Henry Martin has typhoid fever Mrs Susan Evans who has been ou ImprovingBorn to the wife of Mr John Nevitt a fine girl on the 34th instant Mrs Dettle Wade Mrs Lefa Evans Mrs Nellie Lee and several others attended a dinner given In honor of the 82nd anniversary of Mr Ollle Huff on the InstMrs Lee will leave for Arkansas Monday Esq T A Evans is having considers ble public work done just now I One of the bills passed by the late Legislature prohibits the selling of thisquail partridge or pheasant in State or shipping them put of the Stator two years Persons who kill quail may give them away but the new law fixes a penalty of 50 fine for any attempt to sell them or ship them out ot the State The law also places a license of f2ron nonresident hunters toGravescounty t 91BcitlltThe bond in each case was fixed at f200 or fS4QQ In alL Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia make your liver right I operateIwtal loot 0IOr kttra a kaulal I bnvawiMikUckl Tbsatu- s6UGKIGHANS I DYE 9rtlkra MCT1W ha a WlaqaMN NH How To Gain FleshI Persons have been known to gain pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It Is strange but it often I happens I producesthedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able I to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is madeA amount of flesh is necessary for health j if you have not got it you can get it by taking 5eOIl5f5108 You will find itt just as useful In tununei as In winter and If yOu are thriving upon It dont stop because the weather is warm soc and Szoo all druggists SCOTT a BOWNE Chemist New York Cr Prince Henry of Prussia belongs to the Royal familyand ofcourse wears Royaltailoring Thats what we sell Royal tailoring Fioc hundred latest Spring and Summer nc nojc andstaples Henry knows his book on dress Royal tailoring is made for us to the measure of our customerscor rect every time to the xteent1iof an inch by The Royal Tailors of Chicago Royal tailoring is clean and wholesome no sweat shop laborandwe can sell it at r saving of 5 to 15 on a suit IS against time usual tailoring prices and you cant tell why it should be say lower in price As t matter of fact it shouldnt bethe other iis too high thats sal I Royal tailoring is fine princeII of good dressersandf- ifty thousand AmericanI princes are wearing it this spring Sold ex clusively by RT COLLIN- STailors AexLt See Samples utmy cold stor age plant Hartford HELLO EXCHANGE I IN TilE PROGRESS OF TILE TIMES few persons can afford to be without a Telephone The Rough River Telephone Co Inc has lines reaching to nearly every part of Ohlt county and sectlonsofadjolnlngcpun ties it Is an Independent com owned by home and Is a home onterprlso giving cxcetlont service at a very cheap rate Connects with the Harrison Exchange at Owonaboro via supportForD M HOCKEH Manager Hartford Kentucky Persons Who- Contemplate Building Will do well to get prices and estimates from S H SEIBERT SON the well known build ers and contractors Hartford Ky They will Make You Estimates- And do your work by the day or contract They keep Doors Windows and all kinds of Build ing Material constantly on hand at prices to compete with anybody Best workmanship and Material guaranteed 1j Y I New Things in Spring Goodss r1 1m AT IIQIl1r ttDryGOOd Store Dress GoodsC k kOuri new Spring Dress Goods are just rolling I in and this is the place to find anything I you want from a neat calico dress to the 1 1finest silk All the newest uptodate things i1 1forLadies Misses and Children Wash Fab rice in the latest designs I Clothing Also a fine lino of Clothing just received tJJj New Hats new Shirts now Neckwear new t1 Hosiery in fact everything to be found in a l firstclass Gents Furnishings department The latest styles at economy prices jm Fine Shoes00 00OurI cShoo department was never more com Wo can give you any size style ot IIplete For early spring dressy wear ask to I I I Ladies 275 Patent Vici This is a rbeauty Also a fine lino of Mens Patent l Vici and Misses and Childrens Shoes I Notions Etctl In our Notion department you will find C tho newest things in the way of Bolts Brooch I Pins Hair Ornaments Belt Pins reliable I I Jewelry Etc We sell the W B Corset and it js the best fitting Corset made Ej MillineryOur m uptomjl Trimmed pats to suit everybody young if1oldi Como and see our Millinery and you find just what you look best in at prices 11willu SaraUollins everybody Smith l p R T COLLINS OLD STAND s J Ready for l J The Rusha i We have now On hand and are receiving every day Y 1 1one of the largest and most elegant stocks of Spring Dry Goods over brought to this section of country v This stock comprises everything that iis now and desira i ble and affords the latest styles in every line We are better prepared than ever before both as to room 11now location to servo the trading public We are con wo know how to buy good goods so as to sell j cheap and wo flatter ourselves that the present jjthorn boats anything for worth and cheapness that ever yet offered the public We carry all lines II- jj Goods but have some special purchases in JJofDry LLadies Fine Dress Goods i i iFine ClothingAll Sizes The Latest Wash Fabrics i Shoes to Please Everybodyyy- j j HatsMost Elegant linoii t Mattings Carpets I 1 arr Besides these speciali lines wo large and el k array of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods 11gnnt these goods have been bought with special care j is new and uptodate t No shelfworn out ofstyle goods on hand As for the advantage in deal ing with us wo just want you to compare our goods and f- j 1 j paces with those found elsewhere and note the differ once in your favor We know the dry goods business and wo also know how to give Bargains which wo are j doing all the time Every day is an opening day with us One day is just as good as another to trade at our S Bargain Store Mako our store your headquarters for I Spring trading Bring us your Country roducet 1 SAM BACH r HARTfORD rI v v V v r I a A w 4 K tK t r- I s b w r i y I r p 1 i t r 1f iyi r w wr ri 10101 u I Li It i t j I 91 dJf1 i TI I iI t 1 I i f 7 r Il l rr- f t rt f t t I I 1 I I i I rf 1 AN OPEN LETTER Address to Women by tho Treas urer of tho W C T U of Kansas City Mrs E C Smith Mr DEAR SISTEUSI believe In advocating and upholding everything i that will lift up and help women and but little use appears all knowledge and learning if you have not the health to enjoy It I I MB3 E C SMITH S Having found by personal expert ence that Lydia E Pinkluims Vegetable Compound ia a medi cine of rare virtue and having seen dozens of cures where my suffering staten hare been dragged bark to life and usefulness from an untimely grave simply by tho use of a few bottles of that Compound I must proclaim its virtues or I should not be doing my duty to suffering mothers anddragged out housekeepers 4 Dear Sitter is your health poor do you feel worn out and used up especially do you have any of the troubles which beset our sex take my advice let the doctors alone try Lydla E Plnkliuind Vegetable Compound it 1Is lU4lthan any and all doctors for It cures and they do notMns E C SMITH 1S12 Oak St Treasurer W C T U Kansas City Moooo forfilt Ifctimi teitlmtmlol U not ooiui Mrs Plnklmni advises slc1e women free Address Lynn Moss I STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan 27 iDOl Ever ilnce the tint appearance of rav mone Ihey were very lrregalar and J- utlered with great pain In my hip back tomacli and logS with terrible bearing down palm In the abdomen During the part month I have been taking Wine of Cardul and Thedforda Ul ckDraught and I paedthemonth ly period without pain for the lint time la eau NASMIE DAVIS What Is life worth to a woman suffer Ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there aiewomen In thousands of homes loday who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence It you are one ol these we want to say that this same WINECARDUI will bring you permanent rellel Console yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardul These worn en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardul will stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase a 100 bottle ol Wine ol Cardul loday and take It In the privacy ol your home Wll nd glTingiympL441 The Chattanooga Medicine CV tludlanuctpk Teen WORTH 300000000 The President of a certain big Oil Com pny is laid to be worth 300000000 A tidy bit of money and no mistake And yet he isnt happy In an address to a Bible clss be spoke of trials and troubles of the rich and the loads they have to carry A young lady whispered to a friend that he might wear aJensond Porous llaster onhis back or better still divide themoney among the members of the class I dont know why her idea about the plaster makes me want to laugh but it does All the same I have seen plenty of people laugh after putting Bensons Plasters on their backs or chests or on any other spot where there was weight heaviness weakness or pain It may be the sharp atabs of neuralgia the aches and wrenchesof rheumatism it mayr be colds in muscles or bones it maybe those kidney or lumbago thrusts that make you yell as at a dog bite I or it may be a strain or cramp anytMnn that wants quiet- Ing and comforting Dont bother with salves liniments lotions etc or with any of the stupid and useless old style plasters Clap on a Bensons It relieves at once and cures quickly It stops the pain and makes you laugh for the very ease and good feeling of 1it But watch out against im itatlons and substitutes All druggists 01 we will prepay postage on any number ordered In the United States on receipt of 25c each Beabury A1 Johnson Mfg Chemists NY P PARKERS HAIR BALSAM I CltUMl Md trfiutilicl lh but I Huinulel ft laiuiinl growth I Nvir Fill to nester Gray I 1Itr to III youlhtul Color ICon imp diuiKi I bilf ltoU- LgLecoealws iPn4Cita u Illinois Central R II- la R Thruuuli IMMfiiger Trulni Hint Vatt iitlclrul IliiulilxlliiUjr Morvloe from CIDcln aitlinU Loultvlllcto Memphis New Orleans n connection with the 110 S W to louli illle reaching direct or making chic connec lions forptinclpl pelnl- iSOUTH and WEST 3D III own conneclluK linen Including Vlcki hutr olld Jackson l1llaloll Rouge and Nat Ilu is UHle Keck unit lint liprlngiAtk Waco Ioit Worth halls lloulon aud San An tonic Tee And other tiolntu on the Iaclfii Coail II sloGl lisa Ihrnugh paocnier trains and- last effielrol double dally service from New Or anijack duM mphU and potato South and Westl on Ito own and CODoetlualluu- loCmCINNATI LOUISVILLE CHICAGO ST LOUIS tackleS direct countclloni with through train for alt points NORTH and EAST Including SI Louts Chicago Bulllo Plttaburg- ttecetind tioston New York Jhllaelolphla nilI timer and Richmond MO LIU VKSTIHHLK THAIN8I rUHOUOII IlfUHAN IIUKKET BLKK1 IKO OAKSI TIIUOUUII FKKK IIKOLIMNQ- CIIAIH OAKHI rsrtlculan of your local ralliod ticket antul ft T HAuT1o1tD HERALD WKDNESUAY Aiittr 3 TilE Y M CA Pleasing Description of the Canada Meeting by a Former Hart ford BoyII DIAU Mil IEtUTOH If you will kiml ly allow mo the space I would like tc say n tow things to my Hartford friends through the medium of your most ex oellent paper I have been tlilnkinR for some time of writing but owing to inj vnrieil and complicated ilutieti since again entering the realm of school life I have found my time for correspond mice limited But for fear I past forever from your memory I will take H few moments from my regular dutict to remind you that I am still among the living I find myself thinking quite often of the pleasant days passed in you midst Indeed it is one of the most pleas nut memories of my life for I was never treated more courteously nor shown a greater degree of kindness than I was while in Hartford My fellow students have manifest their confidence in me by electing mi Vice President of our college Y St C A for the coming year Then later bj selecting me as one ofthe delegates who represented Georgetown College at tin Convention of the Student Volnnteei Movement for ForeigiiMMoli which met ut Toronto Canada February 21ifI tt March 3 Among our delegates wit Mr W Eugene Sallee a nephew of Mr G G Fair who is one of our choicestI young men I would like to ed account of our trip from the Sunnj South to the icebonud regions of the North but that would take too much of your valuable spaceWo reached Toronto Wednesday morning about 8 n m Toronto is indeel an ideal city whose people are among the most morn and religions to be found anywhere The convention at Toronto surpassed the previous ones in many respects The number of delegates anti others wa nearly 8000 The object of the move merit as indicated in the Watchword is The Evangelization of the World Iit this Generation The convention was presided over bj Chairman John R Mott who had jnsl returned from a very successful tour among the colleges and universities of Japan China and other countries of tin East From the very opening of the convention to Its close the power of the Spirit was manifested Robert E Spear Secretary of tin Foreign Mission Board of the Presbyterian Church delivered the opening address on the subject Personal Re ligion He is one of the greatest speak ers I have ever heard One of the most interesting persons to me was Mrs F Howard Taylor from China who spoke several times during the convex tion It wits an inspiration to look r- on her face which was so serene and Christlike One of the most tlul hon I ored characters present was Dr J M Thobnrn Methodist Bishop of India who has labored so long in that benight ed land He is a man of rare wisdou anti we were fortunate in having an opportunity to hear him Rev W R Hotclikiss a Missionary from Africa made an effective speech After he him told of the maul things he had suffered which reminded me of Paul he saul ir view of all that with fcis eyes wide open he was ready to go back to helj save Africa After hearing the man stirring appeals and having the great need of the fields presented I could butI think how little we who profess to 1be Christs followers are doing toward tarrying out the great commission of our Lord to preach the gospel to ever creature Will we not do more In the future On our way back we stopped at Xiag am Falls to seu that greet wonder I- hope our Hartford Y M C A Iis stll In existence Yours sincerely EllNEST COTTHKM- GKOKGKTOWN KY March 2 1102 A Valuable MedlclneFor Cough and Colds in Children I have not the slightest hesitancy IItl recommending Chamberlains Congl Remedy to nfl who are suffering from coughs or colds says Chas M Crauiet ESIJ n well known watch maker 01 Colombo Ceylon It lute been sonn two years since the City Dlupcnsar first called my attention to this valnnbl medicine and I have repeatedly used i anti it hits always been beneficial Ii hits cured me quickly of all chest colds It is especially effective for chlldrej and seldom takes more than One buttlt to cure them of hoarseness I bay persuaded many to try this valnabli medicine mid they are all us well pleas ed as myself over the results For stile b It Wayne Grfllu Bro druggist in How to Prepare a Manuscript iranklln II Wiley In April Iailln1 item Journal In preparing manuscripts use plai white paper and good black ink Don use paper that is flimsy or transput cut or HI spongy that the Ink is likelyI tit blur nor sheets that aru of dlffuren slzis or that have been torn out of iI notebook ami left with the rouah edge AN OLD ADAGE SAYS A light purse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat ol nine tenths of all dis- easeTuttsT Pills go to the root of the whole matter thoroughly quickly salel Iand restore the action of the I LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system aru solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute y v untrimuit iio tw Mzerf of shocW that are moit generally used are com mercial note and letter papef If you have to send out handwritten CUJJ never write it lu polo Ink or dim tend pencil or in backhand which as a rule Is extremely dlfllcnlt to make out Cultivate a round clear goodsized utmost vertical hand aud form the I habit of leaving a wide space between the lines Write of course on only t ono side of the paper and if you find I near the end that you are going to run I a few lines over what you thought t would be the last sheet dont squeeze the Html lines together at the bottom of the page or write them on tho back of It in order to save another sheet In botlrlmudwritten and typewritten copy leave a margin of at least an inch at both sides of the sheet as well as at the top and bottom u The Bad Boy and the School Vernon TextO Hornet nearOIl11boyact so mean at school that be wears ontI the life of his teacher and destroys the good work which the school was Intend ed to accomplish This sort of heath rite are found in country as well as city schools They are too big for H little woman to thrash and seem to have no moral sense which may lie appealed to I Now boys you are the architects of your own fortunes You can improve tho educational advantages given yon and become useful and worthy Citizens or you can raise Cain as you do in school graduate from there Into II brakebeam tramp anti ills a dirty bum You can make your choice The sure way to get into plenty of trouble when grown to manhood is to mate lots of tronblelu tin room school You ought to have the meanness well licked out of you but the teacher cant do it your I parents wont anti the school board had rather fire you than lick you Fun anti plenty of it is a birthright of American boys but your type of meanness is not fnn it is the outcropping of the heath en in you and belongs with the Mores orTagals of the Philippines rather than with the people of civilized Xorth America Turn over a new leaf I I I a S S Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers I Eczema Medicine Carbuncles Free EICII Robert Ward Maxey Ga says I I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one mass of corruption aching in bones anti joints burning itching scabby skin was all run down anti discouraged but Botanic Blood Balm cnredtne perfectly healed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new aDlbltionln1toI bury face covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head supperating swell t j Ing on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm sores all healed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles ouch as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc EsII pecially advised for all obstinate cases that have reached the second or third stage Druggists 1 To prove t it cures samples of Blood Balm sent DahnlCompauyI and free medical advice will be sent InII sealed letter m Hints About the Newest Hats Mra Ralston In April LadleV Home Journal The new hats remain in nine cases out of ten low anti Hat both as to shape and style of trimming showing n very decided tendency to fall low over the hair in the back anti droop well over the edges of the brim at all times This fashion iis decidedly n pretty one especially in summer hints as lace and flowers can beused most effectually in this manner Many of the larger hatsI show uneven brims tile edges being bound with silk and wired into droop ing downward and or shapely upward curves becoming to any face A Raging Roaring Flood Washed down a telegraph line whichI Chas C Ellis of Lisbon In had to re- paIr Standing waist deep in icy water be writes gave me a terrible cold anti cough It grew worse daily Finally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Omaha wild I had I Consumption and could not live ThenI I began using Dr Kings New Discov cry anti was wholly cured by six bot tips Positively gnraranteed forr Coughs Colds anti all throat and Lungr troubles by J1 H Williams Prices Me anti 100 III 0 Incubates Tobacco Seeds I Danville Advocate Mack Wllhlte the veteran horseman has returned from Springfield anti tells of a discovery in tobacco growing made by II Washingtoncounty man Instead of planting his tobacco seed under can vas as U the usual custom be soaks I them In warm water and places themI under a setting lion In two or three days the seeds begin to sprout and be planted In tho soil with line results so Mr Wilhlto says S He Kept His Leg Twelve years ago 3 W Sullivan of Hartford Court scratched his leg with a rusty wire Inflammation anti blood poisoning set In For two years he suf fered Intently Then the best doctors urged amputation bnt ho writes I used one bottle of Electric Bittern and a lH boxes of Bucklend Salvo aud my leg was sound and as well I us ever Fur Eruptions Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores anti all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no on earth Try them J H Williams will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 00 cents m T The Exodus for Europe will begIn not ninny weeks heuceand the sound adI vice not unmixed with humor given I by William Francis Howard in LipI plncottd for April should not be lostt I on new und even old globetrotters lie tells things that everyone sees abroad but nobody reports anti he tells then without varnish AN ANSWER A Cltlien Defends an Attack Upon Himself Through the Peoples Paper ROSIN Kv March 24 ltHW EDITOR IlAnTKoniiHEKALD On the Oth of this month u letter appeared iIn- tho Hartford llcinMiatn purporting to hare been written by n correspondent from Rosine In regard to myself being appointee Police Judge of Uoslue I I answered through the same papei Hartford Ilrpubllttin nail my letter on ly found space in the waste basket So I feel that if I cannot gat justice throng the colnmiis of the frjwWicmi I will answer through TUB HERALD belies ing that it has equally as great or greater circulation than the Itcjmllimn I Below will be found a duplicate of my letter to the lirpullicani I RosiNE Ky March 18 ISftJ I Editor Hartford nrpnllicun Hartford KeutnckyOn the nUt of this month I noticed a piece from our little town under the assumed name ofiOld Citizen In regard to myself as being the successor of J Raley as Police Judge of I Rosine saying we had long been in need of such a man for judge I Now Old Citizen has tried to dome an injustice or in other words hai I tried to castt au insult towards ui6 ami my surety T I Smith anti tried tc show that Judge Raleys standing as a judge and a citizen was being trampled upon by me being his successor Now RallY has the most of it abroad lilt home so I do not think I will sue for lilY character faring Old Citizen hits in time lost his anti I do not care tc exchungH with him so I go mi ilie Idea that small boats should sail in shallow waterAs to my character now and for some time back I would be willing to stand or J411jJ y tbadfclslonof my neighbors I know I have sown my wild oats and that to my discredit and I admit that my back was never a fit place for angel wings to grow Neither do I believe the soil around Old Citizens heart worthy of being used where angels hall to IK reared anti fed But suffer me to quote the poet So tong tithe light holds out to bum The vilest tiuner may return This certainly should be a consolation to both of us Now as to Judge Haley I consldei him a gentleman and respect those gray hairs of uU too much to cast any Ills credit on him us being Police Jndge It may be that the earlier part of his life was not just what it ought to have been but he has always been able to stretch arms and measure character by arms length with Old Citizen And as to T J Smith being my bondsman I can see nothing wrong io that I am sure be is a gentleman ol the first water and this could not re fleet any discredit to either myself 01 Old Citizen Now in conclusion I will say for the benefit of the public that the real name of Old Citizen is M S England our County Court Clerk and all who know about the fight I made against him for clerk and how I was for Smith can readily see why he has written me np Iin the paper and mentioned Mr Srnltl as nov surety Afterthe election I burled the hatche and wanted to be friendly with everybody and I would not stoop so low as to try to get up a muddle through the county papers At present I am Police Judge of Roine toni hop the pwple of thlll place will never regret recommending ma as their officer I will endeavor to 110 my duty as such anti will undertake tto deal honestly with all who may corn under my jurisdiction Respectfully L P CnowoKR A neighbor ran in with a bottle uf Chamberlains Colic Cholera I1nll Diarrhoea Remedy when my son wa Buffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regula phynictan who stands high in his pro tension After administering three dose of it my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twentyfoni hours says Mrs Mary haIler of Craw ford Va This remedy is for sale by 2 Wayne Griffin Bro druggists in Dies From Talking McKcrt orl pa I cur Chicago KecordIIeraM Talking too much caused tbedeatl todayof Isaac Getting 27 years old Young Getting up to last Monday bin been speechless and deprived of memo ory for 18 months owing to a spell uf sickness His case puzzled the pity I stctans When be regained his memory and speech Monday be seemed in a fair way to recovery The doctors ordered that he should be jniet but the nurses were unable to keep him from talking day and night The physicians asuribi lute failure to improve to life imdsteuci upon talking A Strange Napoleon Legend Mr George Keunan line translated tor The Outlook under the title Na poleonder a queer traditional or folk ljlore story long current among Russia peasants and lately put into literar form by Mr Amphlteatroff who bai just been exiled to Siberia for publish lug another peasant story regarded b authorities as a covert attack on thc Government or imperial family ThE story is printed in The Outlooks April Magazine Number I a C CAS1OnAIBears the1S You Knit Bought BtjMtir 1IJI- IIof Fine Tobacco Crop IMidlioovtlle Criphlc 111Very few things affords us nior lleassnre In the way of something tc write about than to have some goo farmer report to us some extra fin I I crop of something produced by his labor Last season was a splendid on for tobacco raising A number of tin yields have been reported to us an these reports have boon published Lawrence Roger of the Nebo country was in town yesterday and farnUl ed us some figures In reference to jibl crop of tobacco Ho planted 18 acres This was sold to Hodge Broa at Neb Therd wero 1ID loads which weighed iHUS or nu average of 1800 to the loath The crop netted him lftW70 which was a yield of 1M7 pounds to tho acre mitt brought hint 0042 to the acre Mr Rogers say that in order to raise good tobacco it is beat to fish about three days in the week We all know he Is u great fisherman hut no uric believes he will leave his tobacco patch to fish or do anything olno while there is a worm or a tucker In tin whole fieldII A company has been organized to put to a practical use the leeI caves of Northern Arizona It is expected that enough ice can be secured to supply during the summer months nearly all the towns along the line of the Santa Fe RailwayII The main ice cave lies at the head of Clarks Valley about 14 miles southwest of Flagstaff The earliest men tion of it was mode by Lieutenant R U 11111 who headed an exploring expedi tion through Northern Arizona South ern California Utah and Colorado early in the forties He speaks of au immensely deep fissure where nature has stored many tons of ice Anti where we descended part way Into till fissure says Hill the cange from the terrific July heat was so quick anti intense as to make ninny of us severely Ill Indeed is was not lens titan iaO degrees drop in temperature which we encountered in the course of perhaps 20 minutes of our descent Until late years few persons visited the laves Until last Augrst the main cave had been penetrated to a depth of only 200 feet Then E R Button of New York sue ceeded in crawling through u narrow crevice and found the cavity gradually widening until It grew into a cavern much larger than that near the surface He found several smaller caves leading out of the large one all in almost 80111111- 1Dullon is at the head of the company which is planning to put to commercial use the ice in the caves He has plan ned a road to be built to the caves where the ice will be mined or quarried out and he declares that an output of sever al thousand pounds of ice a day may 1he secured1 Chonic Bronchitis Cured For ten years I hall chronic bronchitis so bad that at times I could not speak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffumn of Montmorenci Ind I tried all remedies available but with no success Fortunately my employer suggested that I try Foley Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miracnlonx anti I am now cured of the disease On my recommendation many people have used Foleys Honey and Tar anti always with satisfaction All druggists UI a Every Eighth Farmer the Owner of Bees WAsmxuTOv March 2itThe Cen sus Bureau today issued a complete report showing that for the country as a whole on Jnne I 1000 there were 707201 farms keeping bees or substanti ally one for every eight farms in the nation These farm reported 4 lOP fl23 swarms or colonies valued at flOlHfl ittt averaging a little less than nix swamIs to each farm reporting FoleyH Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all klndey andI bladder diseases All druggists m Never Satisfied Philadelphia Record Hoax Bijones is always kicking about somethin- gToaxThats right Five years ago he was cursing his luck because be couldnt save enough to get married and now he is bewailing his fate because It takes all he can scrape togetherr to pay alimony Helpful Hints Baltimore AmnlCl- nJOoohbr s- It is the wife who shrieks thus What is the matter calls the hUH bandBaby use swallowed a tack Nervously the husband seeks his copy of First Aid to the Injured Quicker yet is the wife See She is feeding the baby a tack puller His Craftiness Indlanapolla New I like to have a young lady remind me that it Iis getting late should not think you would I II site is always afraid she baa of I fended me Then It takes another hour to square H up I Appropriate 0 ChlciRo NewJ I HlxHave yon any horses at the track this season DlxOnlyoneIndependence Day I Hix Independence Dayl Thats a queer name for u horse Whats the explanation I Dlx Every time he starts in a race he comes in a glorious fourth Seet I I A Menagerie At Home CootllutlonII Whats the use in taking the child to the menageries said Brown jfrontj 1 l1 sprawled in tho parlor a stuffed alliga tor in the library and seven birds oi your mother hat at tt a bird I t11 I W Early Risers The famous HttI pHlr- t When the President Approves Chicago NcwaJ When President Roosevelt desires to express hisapprobation of a man In tha highest possible terms he calls him a I corker The other day the wife of a II prominent financier waa presented to Mr Roosevelt I am delighted to meet II you saul the President I know II your husband very well Ho ia n cork I er The lady went away wondering When abe reached home abe asked her husband what the Presluent meant bjy calling him A corker and said slit e was much worried because Mr ROOM I yelt entertained such an opinion o him Tho land You have Alwnyu Bought milt wliiclit 1ms boca la Use for over 510 years lins borne ilio signature of milt ions been itmtlo under lila per Xr V3 unnnl supervision nlnco Its Infancy rS oc44M Allow no otto todeceive you In thin All Coimlerfctl Imitations nail Justavguod are hut Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAI Cnstorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It IslMeawnt It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nareotlo substance Its ego Is Its guarantee It destroys Wornm and allays Fovcrlslmcss It curlS Dlarrluua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates tho Foot rcgiilatcM tho Stomach milt Bowels giving healthy and natural Bleep Tho Children Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctiO Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Twa cemtuii COMMIT TV MuaAV irieiT Ne w Oa errv EIiISOLE PROPRIETORS SONI c4 g Wrife LirlSee r 3 on t J e BETWEEN HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAH Hartford ettokyA fiust and easy ride in tho most comfortable vehicles Your patronage solicited 0 a i rl THE 1 i HARTFORDHERALDS tl 17s Mit9 LiIi given below Tho 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bujrcn In avery cornet of lb country W quote the meratittoiroa lisiws would give the largest wholl Joblln and we 00W YOU ii aanortmen to CDOOM groin suet as no otter dealer can show Wlihuverr purrna we give tha brusdoagusrsnte lilt Is not to avert way satiaractoj you esa return tue veble totaaodwtwlll lr fr lU cbar to both 11 Winbo Save two Profitselba boise NulpmeouTl VrirfoDuirur1 catalogue tn wtilcli we describe ill buggies aurnr BbitoDi tie tbt hay- Uw1eourCsctorytunoueroeUtt bIIOt 5T54e Dont wots DnUI your rit is tune prtnci write 04ay and hive thu catalosu by you for IIIIIIft urn THE COIUMBUI CARRIAGE HARNESS CO PO Baa 1T1- It Jl wllb a C7Ir1ECOIUt oPO Soc 54 XcCilCIngiiItrs- natcat inaeotr eae egosliameaI IIETOItohiO CucourrCouiT W T Jude J 15 owenl RoweAttorntounhoro II Black Jail en 8 A Anderson Clctk Rowan Holbtook Muter Coramliilontri U B Liken Triule cf Juty Jtuodl C P Sheriit hartford- iepujy itherliW John O Keownh kobetli- a I bod Pat P1cm Steen CoutICOeeee first Monday In Starch nail Auguil and coo tlnun three week and third Monday In Mir and NosembirIwo week COUNTY CouarJ P Sillier Judge M1 S Railaud Clerk W II Dirbn Attorney Court convene flrnl Monday In rich Month UCARTBIIY Covet liesles third Monday In Jinuiry April July and October Coiiar oi CLAiua Convene second Tueidiy hIn Octolier and Tueidiy after the Stat Mondiy In January osiTaBLPta1 F nennell llitlforJ Ithim Vtnctnt Crutettown itentyiOobtnon itchoi J K ll r Mamli T W Wright Mgsn JIlUirirr Conl lllf R U Nrl n aurora Oiniiit CotNTV OrriccKf John II Wood Surveyor Ccrilro Irink IAWT Auriuor B di James Dcatiu JUhoct Superintendent llttt mid flea I UiVli Coroner Sulphur Sprlngn- JtliTlCltS COURTS T A ReAd fordivltleFebruiry 3 May 5 AuU t as November sI A HICK liufurdlcbriiiry 10 May I Auguil I o ernlier6 JOHN M1 OKAIIAM Sulphur Hprlnti roil utnce Nirrewi Couit held it1 Dundee Pcbruiry III 3ioI Court held at Itilielown februiry II May 9 Aol Cit I Not ember 5 lIyloAucu1 I W A Hone Cenlrelottn February 10 May IItiooemberjIi Tajori4lneeCouii15 Slay 17 AUIUI jo December 6- RHLIOtOtS SERViCES M1 KCiiUicCIIKottit Sertlce third Sunday In each month mornln and night mil fourth Sunday night rnrerierrice sorry Wedserfiy uIht Rev I C Petrie Iator hArrieT CIICUCH Sertlcei second Sund 1Y In each month morning onll evening Iriyer mretlnceveryThutidir alibI C r CHtmcil Sticky hut Sunday In each month muriilng end night Rev J II Ilirned pitlor TOWN TKfSTHKaIIARTIOKI 11 Wirrner J II Illlon Dr H J Weddlor W n llirrfwlck mil A II White W II Miuiy Mirihit school TRU8TIR IIARTFOIIIJt1 JohnCJ 1 SECRET SOCIKTIK- SIlirtronl Ixrfge No 673 F ft A Miwnimetti KiM Monday nit ht In tach nrnlh A O V W meet Suit Bud Ihlid Silutdiy nihli iin ratli muttlh Rough Miter beige No lloKnliht ofP lh llao meet etn ry Tundiy night Iteiton Molten 1ut No 4 O A H hold regulir meeting Ilirtonl on Kilurdiy before the tOtal Sunday In loch month LicutcIHmt Ilobsoii IIKKIt Its IIITT SMITh StUn niKKtllOHO TUNS IliMiktinnt Holison will make the tiroeiit tjMon of IltUti on zisy farm on thn Hiirtfonl uiiil Livrriuore ruud 7 miles Set of llnrtfont Ho will be jwrralt till Ito serve innrm at frtt toluxurea mare with fiutl tiionoy duet when the fact In iiwrtainiil or mare tnuletl or trans ferrwl1 DiiiiBire taken but will 1I0tjj lie rtstKiiiiibltj fur itociilcut- aDrsciiiiTios AND iniunzitIAen ttiiniit llnlmon in black with white IKiltiiH 11 handii liiKh good bone and well fortnoL Kiuilrtl in August IbtH- JItciitcimnt Hobonn was aired by John Smith nI VX I jack that mwwnred 18 liHiulrthluli mid welghiHl t1100 pounds in his thtwyvarold form he by Imp KIng Phillip flint ilntn n Lake Iotthge jviinvt Lieutenant llobsoua sire and dam both ant black with white points HH has proven to bo a splendid animal lit his capacity unit IIM sustained the reputation of the celebrated family to which ho belong lie iia the sIre of wimu of tho flntMt colts In Western Kentucky A It IlHTiK- 1U4 Heilln Ky Foeys Honey and Tar lor chlldrcnsafc sure No opiates Courier Journal I TIMES 1 L A WEEK 1 104 Times eYcar The 7iria i U IrCbuiiVfsoiiniiii Is tho beat paper published In the United StaUX fur DonidcratH and for ALL riiiilirs It Is tho etjunl of ninny Dallies anil the suiwrlor of till other SemiWeeklies or Weeklies HBNIIV WATTKUSON Editorl rite WrdiiPMlny Issue Is devoted to XKW8 MATTKIW the Saturday Is sue 111111 hOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY I mliTill Kentucky a liT It NIKCIAI AllltANOHMKNT Ton eau get the Hartford Herald ADd the rWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Until OfYtar for only 150I This Is for cash subscriptions only J All Bubdcriptloiw umler this comblna tieR offer must be Rent through TilE 1LltThOItI IIEItAID I I l 1 flt7obUanSend freereport on tenUUUtr For tree i istnhasndTRADARK torII J + A lodDI DyspepsiaCureDigests This preparation contains all of the dlgestonta and digests all kInds of food Itgives Instant relief andnover falls to cure It allows you to eat all tho food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take It By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics bavobeep cured after every thing else flIed It unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it Cures all fttMiaoIi trawbis flaWzvvkCaObIcaauTeS1buLUscontslaiIl4 4J II WiixiXua Hartford 1 a S C I 1 k f I I l a- I h I I i j I V I J