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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 34 lIILJ v 7 1 F r s r r w I- w I 7 mrw t THE TIkRTFOED REPUBLICAN fa Fine Job Wok a Sp cialtyOFFICILOBBAV OF TIE PAIn II HE FOOBiBCOMBBE89101fdLD19T81C1Subscription 9 a year XI1I HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 1 1901 No 32 1VOLr r Exercise HI HeiiiiK- xerebe la a splendid thing for a healthy penon But when is- weakened by disease exercise strains h rather than strengthens Exerde will not cure a It may InIcrease the appetite but it wont dyspepsia and an appetite IIIa curse not a Ing to the sufferer from dyspepsia byaUPlercealGolden If there It a deranged ordlieased of the stomach and other organ of digestion and This medicine It not a pecificfor dlrUTesystem It strengthens the atomach purifies the blood InereaeelPhYalcat I There b no alco I hoi contained in r Golden Medical Discovery and it U absolutely free from opium cocaine and every other narcotic I It 14 strictly a temperance medicine + e jrUh la MTthat Dr Hercea Golden Med lea- I I oe prows a area bitulnr to me write tin Elfra Beconorshutnbary ronomlsent without any reel bnidL In September t aepermbertareiA I h4 wry lclc spells rod grew wont 5 bsvtritnedtwntyDr fierce Pleasant Pellet are a cure fee constipation 1Pm IrIE ihDSYJei11 M L HEAVRIN f Attorney at LaxHARTFORD KY wm prellebu proleMloa U all tl eonrUol Ohio and adolgl cunnilr 4 roarlof Appeal s Bpeclal kite allon gtren to collection e ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW4 MrllKIRT KY I Will practice bla pnifeMlon la an Ik court ol roialy Contt ot Ap Prompt and 7Ola eoiuMtratlim ndependrtTefephoMlaoar alien aU bnalsalstd O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW H tit mm it KY WIU hI IB allth Mirtol OMa zed dIBIIeoudCclartol Appeal 1eI attention Ktrea to M tn d to Mhfilii 4 Co AtCy oanlacoirthoue I L J fmTTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will ptMttnln the rourt of Ohio musty and cowl of Prompt nttrntlon Steen to alt bwlDM niniUd to bU era Offlr In herald baudtn- gJ E DAVIDSON j jatLaw1 HARTFORD Win pntctto his loD U Ohio nnd adjoin Is resell HpWUl attention rtTtn to BIM ntmUd to bla f1Ut t ROBYATTORNEY4TLAW a d OhbadadlolnrroasthaodOnartoiAppILapdal 4 1 JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY llIl1oall1n to Ml bunlitM atnttd to bU elre Offln cotrthou SHELBY TAYLOR ATTORrYEI AT LAW i HARHORD KY Will hit probation In all lbi conrt ot Oblo andadntningeonstIW Dil Court or App la r to all aMtgnratnU In Y Il hlaanllonahe r CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT t HARTFORD LAWI Wlllpnwtlobliiprofnulon In all Oblo sad adjoining epsblstlestlon- wIll be MTU to all wa tttrwted to can- Coucdona a ipcUltr E P NEAL t Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wilt hta In all lb marts ol y Kentackj apeelalattentlonSlimtocolleetlos- latameDtof dodenta ease criminal practice Once upstairs Orlffln block JSR WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR al UW HARTFORD KY Will procure hi proton In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining rointlM and tb Court ol Ap IIYf peal Prompt Man r to all bnsdnma atratted to him IC w R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky Will hi protenlon In theconrtoof Ohio and dlololnaroanttea Abollotarr- lubllaSouthern 11r k Railway Thronch El bt Beat Southern 814t- a1KENlUOKYTENNESSEEt South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR r GUI and MISSISSIPPI Mlle Three Bally Train Between Lonl 1E44and Lexlnffton ObMrrntlon Chair Can 1 Trata leare and arrive LonUrllU from Sneth Street Union eonaectUir with train ot tb iulDolOeOtraIaroadand LUadtLRItF- or J Intormotlon addreea A WiiDON ItI1 A mth An LonUrUle- WM H TAYtoc Aulitant O P A LonlTin Waahnatoe r INDICTED Mrs Botto For Alleged False Swearing Appears in Court Ten Minutes After Bill is Found GAVE BOND IMMEDIATELY IMrl Cloteal B Botto was IndIcted theLchargecontest over the will ol Mrs Florence Irvin Botto- i The Indictment was returned about 1130 oclock and within ten minutes Mrs Botto appeared in court accon panted by her counsel Aaron hone Zack Phelps Mitt ODiberty and J T ONeal A plea of not guilty was Immediately interred and Judge Bar ker fixed the bAil at 15110 All lour ot counsel dined the ban bond Following thin Mra Botto and her counsel held H lengthy consultation iu one ot the jurylama The besin of the allrgatkn of false wearing in Mm Bollna tollmen as- to her knowledge of the first and third codicltea I the a lit and denial elating to them The Inifcluten frta nl that Mrs B tto testified That she never knew ol the exist enee ol said first codicil until alter the drab ol the mid Slrs Flurrno Irvin Botto That she ntver RIW the iald colt ell previous to or beloie said dice dents death That she never took said codicil to Teesdale copyist and never bd him copy same That the words written in the said codicil to wit and in mywill ofJanuary of 1896 my physician theological were not the hand wIlt ing ol her the said delendant That she had never yet seen said paper to wit the aforesaid third codicil That she did not know that said Mrs Foreuce IrvIn Botto was cons templating executing such avpsper or had executed such a paper or had executed such a paper till alter the death ol said decendent That she never knew anything about the execution of said third co dlcil or ol any contemplated purpose on the part of said decedent to exe cute same before the death of said de cendent The first codicil It will be remem bered started the marvelous chang ing ol the original will to the Bot tore gust financial advancement Mrs Botto tutified that she knew nothing ol this codicil and one of the sensations ol the trial was the testi mony of the copyist 61 R Teesdale and his wile that he hrd been paid by Mrs Bolto to write the codicil and that this instrument wfittrn by him for Mrs Botto ii the ore ptohated Teesdale and hie v ill testified before the grand jury on thin point Mrs Botto testified that the Inter- lineations and in my will of Jan nary 1896 etc were not In her handwriting A number ol experts nelnrtlntr G W Unit WtilUm BM munds W s prbt nd S S Rast wood wurr iht it ws her hand wrtinif These t e ttemtn testified hflrr the grind jury Sirs Botto ttMlfiM that she knew nothing ol thr third codicil which gave her faitmi In recognition 01 faithful and hfierttonate attention anti services Dr Thrmita L Hulir who with MrS1IrvInClotenj B Bottos express request He appeared before the grand jury I The only other witnesses before the grand jury were Deputy Circuit Clerk Hernce A Lindsay who is alleged in the indictment to have administered I the oath to Mrs Botto and Court Stenographer Charles A Graham Commercial Lost Opportunities When I was a very small boy like nearly all mall boy I waa a dear lover of sweet milk We were at theI i times I have in mind not the forth note owner of a cow My grand- motherI lived near us and if every boy dont think hit grand mother is the best grand mother in the world he ought to I thought so then and when I think ot her now my opinion has never changed I went to her house and she gave me a tin bucketful ot sweet milk To me It was a treasure but as I went home I stumbled and the rest need not be told I dont suppose I had ever heard ol for old raying that there Is no use to grieve over spilled milk It w old have been very poor consola tion for mr tight then If it had been repeated hundred times It didnt restore the sweet milk but it did my little heart food to take a cry Then there Is another thing that it did to make it good for me It made me ex ercise greater care the next time It made mr watch fur the stumps the rock and the gullies that are ever realty to entrap toys on just such oc anions So when we talk vf10lt op pottniiitiet and grieve over our want ol decision in not grasping them when theywere in our teach and our inabil ity to overtake them when they have passsd us it does us some good alter all It is a lesson to us to be on the alert and ready for tbe next time It is like the barefoot boy that allows his big toe to come In violent contact with a small stump or a soft sand rock It learns him that a contest ol such unequal strength ahould be avoided and he generally does avoid it after the first time So lost opportunities have the effect stimulating the loser to greater ef forts and perseverance in seizing future opportunities and turning them to good and usefulness Hopkinsvllle Messenger r II your child is cross or peevish it Is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Vermifuge will re move the worms and Its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulnesa Price 35 centroJ H Williams m lie Chose the Pbilipines The Ignoinance that exists among some classes about matters that every one with a vestige of Intelligence should know is astonishing The other day a youth from the county called at the local recruiting station to enlist for the army Now you can sign for service In either the Philippines or United I States said the officer Which do I you preler1rItbe unsophisticated youth who seemed to have heard of the Philippines but never r i hIs own country The yokel was informed that he w a now ii citizen of the United States and llv d there and after recovering from the surprise brought about by this startling Information he said he guessed hed go to the Philippines And thrre he probably nowPadu ch Sun I QUEER WOMANi In Black Who Appears Only at Night the Mystery j of Alton j 4 The mysterious woman in black Is the all absorbing topic of interest ia Upper State street circles in Alton Her comings and goings Are watched with the keenest Interest from closed doors and speculations asifo her identity and object in making State street her stamping ground each evening is rife Many persons believe she Is a man dressed ia womans clothing The apparrltloa first made itsap dearance about two weeks ago ajd- for sor some time excited liltle atten tion but when every night this creature completely clothed in black andwalking slowly up and down In the neighborhood oi State and Dan tcurth streets continued to be seen speculation as to what was going to happen became much greater William Armstrong and Charles Cannell two well known citizens of the aristocratic neighborhood notified the police through Mayor Tony Young and officers were detailed to learn who the woman was and what was her mission ou State Street Officers James Young and James Fitzgibons dressed in citizens clothes andIthey asked her what she wanted The mysterious woman in black without a word walked a few steps further and then crossing the North Alton city limits asked the officers what they wanted On being told that they wished to know her business she told them that she was wait ing to meet a friend Policeman James Young who spoke with the woman furnishes her descriptions as given above Prof William Armstrong of Dan forth street was one of the first to see the woman Prof Armstrong who is a well known musician in St Louis and who is at the head of the Shurtleff College musical department was returning late from a recital when just as he was going into his gate the woman came in sight She was walk- Ing slowly and after she passed the corner of State and Danforth streets she turned and retraced her steps go ing back up State street toward the North Alton city limits The unusual height of the woman and the way in which she walked suggested a man dressed in womans clothesProl Armstrong spoke ot the mat ter to his family and found that each member at some time had seen the same apparition For several nights following they watched as she walked slowly up and down State street and thinking that it might be some one who was trying to scare the children ol the neighborhood notified Mayor Young who had the control stationed On the evenings when this woman was seen she began her walk about 730 oclock and continued her vigil until near midnight She has never been seen with anyone and has seemed to try to avoid meeting any who might recognize her lone Young the only person who has spoken to her is positive thit the i woman in black is a woman evil not a- manSt Louis Post Dispatch Cow Peas and Rye We learn to value more and more those two manurial crops To gether they become almost ideal ren DO r YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinory Saw Mills Tiny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps It GUARANTEED w 0 I THE BEST Hay Balo Ties Coilwire Grata Bars Pipo Fittings Engino and Boiler Trimmings etc Call o- nMcHonry I Mf g c Mach Cpa MqHehry Ky 0 a orating crops for potato land on soils warm enough for the peas The peas are seeded in June or last of May on ground that has not enough fertility for a good cash crop They make a bIg growth ol vine and root are turned under In September and the ground goes to rye The rye std the next spring is ready for the potatoes Again this year it Is our exoerienc that the potato crop thus fertlllztc will pay all the expenses of the pie ceding year including rent of land while growing tbe manurial crops pay all the expenses of th to- ClOp gIve a nlcecab profit i acre besides and leave the land so improved that only a winter covering of rye la needed to prepare for another pota to crop On a portion ol such land we a vow putting some straw ma nure but other land has shown that a second crop wIth profitcan be pro duced without any more organic ma nnres than are contained in the dev caying sods Great are cow peas where they thrive and great is rye In combination therewith because a winter cover crop is necesary Ex Yuu can br cheerful and happy only when you are well It you feel out of sorts take Herblne it will brace you up Price 50 cents J H Williams m The End of Jack Many readers of the Tri Weekly Tribune may remember having read bout four weeks ago The Tale of a Goose Sad endings are notorIously unpopular in fiction but as this tale was not at all fiction anJ as its hero was a wild goose from the Roanoke those whom it interested may bear to readwhat follows The tale left Jack in the back yard In Brooklyn where he had become a terror to the night prowling cats Anyone who knows a little about nat ural history will suppose that a wild goose could bear a much greater de gree of cold than has visited any Brooklyn backyard even in the recent extremely inclement weather A wild goose is provided with both an outer suit of feathers and a suit ot down underneath capable ot resisting either raid or bird shot In addition to this Jacks owner allowed him to sleep at night in the kennel of his jacks new friend the house dog who to accommodate him looka bunk ir the cellar Inspite oi all this It was soon observed that Jacks voice was not what it used to be A few days later his resounding and cat terrifying honk had given place to something which the house girl pronounced a- cough His owner not feeling qual died to treat a wild goose or gander lor a cough on his own responsibility called in a bird doctor who pronouns ed the case to be pneumonia took the patient to his own home and alter a week or two of careful treatment re turned him cured Nevertheless a relapse followed and Jacks spirit Hew away The case is a curious one Any of the members of Jacks former flock on the Roanoke would no doubt say that the renegades death was a judgment upon him for acting as a decoy tc the undoing of his own tribe and honkingwith glee when they were shot by men This would be a poetical gooses view A more Rclentfic view would connect the pneumonia with the attempt ol a Roanoke goose- to live in a Brooklyn back yard It is well known that savage specimens of the human race whether K ffirs from South Africa of litquimas from Greeuland are especially susceptible to pnei monla when they brerth the comparatively foul air of civilized habitations In the case of Jack the conditions were perhaps aggravated- by his sleepIng night after night in a dogs kennel One can how loathsome such a proceeding would appear to the mind ol the average wild goose that honks in the high untainted air above the Roanoke Va- lleyN Y Tribune A Good Cougb Medicine for Chrlldren I have no hesitancy in recom mendIng Chamberlains Cough Remedy says E P Mffrgan a well known and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and It has always given perfect satlsfa- cUonIt was recommended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium- or other harmful drug Sold by Z- VaYDe Griffin lit Bro m Burning Brush in Orchard Brush in a young orchard should bo burned as cut from the trees and 11- 1this way many insects and lungous pest8 are destroyed The trees will be least dam iged however when they are in dormant condition al dur- Ing comparitively mild weather in winter or early spring Pile in small heAps as Jar as possible from the treesand do not put on the blush fast enough to cause a very large flame Also try to do this work when there Is little or no wind so that the elt- will j not be blow toward the youn- gtreesParsers Home Journal iTHE GOULD CHILDREN Geo Gould Says Hes a St Louis Ian and Will Jolnflin Making the Worlds Fair a go What do you think ol St Loul some one asked ot young Kln dun Gould the 13year old son of George J Gould at the Southern Hotel In St Louis Smokywas the laconic repy Can hardly Bee to get anywhere And cold added his btotherJ y aged t6 Thought my lace woulc freeze this morning Union Station Is all right though continued the tlder brother and tills I hotel is pretty lairin a judicial tore- I think should jike the town if it wasnt so cold The Gould buys who will some day own a cansiderable slice ol St Louis are on their first visit West Their father thinks it will be an education All trip for them and the lads are not averse to acquiring knowledge in that mannerKingdom and Jay are bright and well mannered children and the qua tlont they ask betoken an inquiring teiII and Vivian but Mr and Mrs Gould decided nt the last moment to leave them at Lakewood with their grandmother and baby brother George Jr i It is somewhat cold here and we will make lor the South as rapidly as i possible said Mr Gould to the Putt Dispatch I expect to spend several days in St LouIs on my return and will get back in time for our annual meeting I come to St Louis once or I twice a year but not as olten II should like and am much attached to the city as would seem natural inasmuch as our interests are center ed here to a greater extent than any where else on earth I have taken a great interest Into the preparations for the forthcoming Worlds Fair Now that favorable ac tlon has been secured from Congress all that remains for us St Louisiana U to put our shoulders to the wheel and make the big fair A success Oh yes continued Mr GooldIn answer to a question I consider myself a St Lonlslan whether I live here or not I have been coming here regularly for nine years nownnd notice with pleasure that the city stems to be growing and expanding commercially and otherwise all the timerMr Gould spent several hours at the affice of C G Warner vicepres ident of the Missouri Pacific but made no effort to Inspect the local proper ties until his return Twice Proven From the Vindicator Rntnt rtordton N C The editor ol the Vindicator has had the occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he saner ed excruciating pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second in rheumatism in thigh jointI almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two ap plications rubbing with the liniment on fettling at night and getting up free from pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Word Painting The following from the La Grange Graphic Is one ol the prettiest ser mons ever printed in so few words I saw a dancing bubble upon the silvery surface of a restless river For a moment it sparkled with gold en light as it caught and held the sunshineglory and thought how beautiful it was Then it went down For a moment the river told where it had vanished and then swept on without een a ripple on its placid bosom And I thought how like our lives was the bubble on the river For a moment we sparkle in our tiny spheres hope and toil and struggle i love and long and dream and then 50 I down beneath the surface for ever I In a short time the tiny riplea we i have caused die out and the great i river of humanity news on undis turbed So let us strive in rur brlell existence to reflect only the no mirrow the rclouds above I It is not so much what the newspapers say as what neighbor says to i neIghbor o friend to friend that has brought Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dianhoea Remedy Into such general use It is as natural lor people to express their gratitude Biter using this leravdy an It Is for water to flow down hill It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon whether a baby be sick with cholera nfantum or a man with cholera mor bus It is pleasant sale and reliable Have you a bottle oMt in your home For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m tA well meanlult communicative citizen is a boon to the newspaper re porter and It Is a notable fact that I many Illtem3 are lost to the news paper et week by the modesty of people who hesitate to tell the editor matters concerning themselves An exchange puts It this way The right thing to do is to courteously stop the newspaper man on the street or any other place you may happen to meet him and tell him you have entertained friends have been on a visIt- or anything that iu a mater ol news II yu have dune anything mean keep that to yourself for he already knows that There are people who male it their business to tell him L Leaves the Populist Party Birmingham Alp Feb 25 G R Deans for veers uleading Populist in Alabama and the candidate for GoV ernor a few years ago has announced that he is henceforth a Repnbican and therefore could not be considered a leader of the Populists any further He sttted that he declined to nerve as chairman of the party some months ago because hed been advised that a public declination woruld lrjure the party He abstained from making much talk about it Recently he was requested to call the executive com mittee together in order to take action against the proposed constitutional convention inMhis state and his am nonncement to day followed He will act as chief clerk to Collector Tib betts port of Mobile when the legis ture of which he is a member from Shelby county adjourns A tow boy appeared at a railroad station in Nevada and stated that he desired to ship to parents east the body ol a comrade who had been kill ed by a grizzly bear In shipping the box the agent noticed that itwas quite heavy and not the usual shape In a few days came the telegram Some mistake Bills body not arrived box contained a bear The cowboy who was still at the station on a protract ed spree wired back No mistake Bills inside the bear Have you a cougb A dose of Bollards Horehound Syrup will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents J H Williams m WOMEN SOLDIERS Company Organized teAid Con federacy utiir rAfter Brief Career Mrs Mary Sawyer who now lives at Sawyers Springs on Waldena Ridge a short distance from Chatta nooga has been a most remarkable woman in business as well as the social life of Rhea county Tenn where she was born and reared and has an interesting history During the war Mrs Sawyer raised and equipped a company of young girls which was mustered Into the Copied crate army Mrs Sawyer was a Miss Mary McDonald of Ross county She was at the outbreak of the war a young woman in her teens and the belle of Rhea county As the Federal forces began encroaching southward the original idea entered the mind of Miss McDonald to raise a company of young girls for the Confederacy This was In 1862 and she lost no time in carrying her idea into practical effect organizing a company of something over zoo girls She was elected captain ol the companywhich was actually mustered into the ser vice at Washington Rhea county Tenn by Capt W T Darwin ol Gen Braggs army Most of the young women realzed that the company was organized tunic as a bit of pastime but Capt McDonalds foresight had long before seen where such a body could be of practical value and no sooner were they mustered In than she began put ting them through such drills teach ing how to dress wounds and was just beginning to receive equipment from CATARRtJl COLDS COUGHS SORETHROAt GRI CROUP H NESS BOOKER WASHINGTON J Of Tuskegee Alfl writes- I have never taken any medicine that has Im proved me as much as Peruna Forcatarrh ItIs certainly a blessing I the Confederacy the use ot which she was setting about to teach her com parlous when the Federals entered Chattanooga Gen Steadman sent a certain Capt Wade up to Rhea county who very ungallantly arrested the entire com party including the Captain and brought them to Chattanooga where they were arraigned before Gen Stet man in his headqnarters in what is now the local guards tutaecy Here the young women were rtqliee ed to take the oath ol allegiance Its t t tbe Federal Government Some or them were a little unruly and Gen Steadman was given more than one sample of Rhea county sass but when he finally threatened to send the entire company to Ohio the girls urged by anxious relatives all took the oath and after dinner at the old Planters House returned to their homesA of women now residing at Chattanooga were members and officers in this company and enter tain pleasant recollections of the time when the girls of Rhea county started to tuan the tide of the war in favor of the Confederacy 1N3ONIk i 1 forInsomniaover twenty years and I can say that Cwcireu have given me more relief than any other rem dy 1 have net tried l iball certainly recom mend them to my friends as being all they are represented Taos CIUrSDElgin CANDY CATHARTIC i THAOI UMN alumsso IiGool r DiwMNNEDYKERGAN Mo other Medical Firm la the world eslablUntd reputation for caring Maaand Woms that Dca Kdr K tajpr Their Nw Mctbod Ta a t Il1o tnnt dUcorered ass perfected bl1l eat llpedlIltaJae broach applae aa4 comfort to thouand of hotaeA 30 year cep ritote la the treatment of tbe9 diMaae they can rnaranla to Cure or flu oy KnilB I nlona Nrvou Debility Bypfillli Hrlcuccl Htrlctur West I Secret Drmlna liupotcucy end Mcutal tVeakneu IU- da7 and Bladder lla aa Their guarantee toe tacked by BUlk Bond MENS LIFE BLOODIToa m haraaiecnt drain through Iho Brine thttatbs reason feet tired P ndhisooimblilouDolt let your LifeBinedraliedj away feel Dr deipondent K A K U I ITuaranUo to Can or no ray BLOOD POISONLiltinljhcurIlksthe wont cases or no tay VkRICOCELE SlRICTUfiE us cafely and nnly No trlakoperationandreinyAaeauatorgans JL guarantee Cures Kidneys BladderYour aehingback tell thetale Doat Itt Docora apedmentem DraKKcuacllrtI070n art not beyou4 human aid to Curt or No Pay CUBES GUARANTEED NO CVRP NO PAT Conultatloa- Fre 1ok aemt rye uaIe4 write for Question 8laaycr stoma DRS RENNEDYKERGANe2acWALNUTf STREET OHIO k iL i w 7 w Th T qr I i I IHartford Republican S fRIDAY MARCH I LOS ROUCRiEdUr 4Ce2 luud 14aI6I IlaftfordPMb Colncopoald Ealmd IIHlrtrord pOSlolficl1S secondclm mill mllr REPUBLICAN TICKET c For Brpreirnlitllvr k AIVISHBESHETTrerConnljr tON ROGERS For Connly Court Clerk H8RAGLAND JrrForCJoanl jr Attorney I a LIICAVBIN For Nherlir CAL rUEonvf- nrSebool BiiperlnlMnlenl IJAMIIIflEWEENEa Til OM Aft II BLACK tFnrAtHMoor FRANK IOHE- ForMnrvcjror JOhN II WOOD I For Coroner BcNL DAVISy fTOE Boers are still fighting in South Africabut its ceiefly winrlI WE hear no more of forms of law 7 nor law without forms We will getj this a little later on i HON JOIN W MITCHELL has been regant1ucilading j IT would be very appropriate for Mrs Nation to get out a history 01I 1 her trials and entitle itliThe First I Battle HAVING tried a good portion of the jails in Kansas it is more than possible that Aunt Carrie will next pro pose a prison reform I IT is apparent now that an extra I session of Congress will not be neces sary since the Cuban question isl practically in the bands of the dent c- Mr BrlneiCommonfrligrowlngrommon er It I Ub a plueonblntnr aben nrt hatched than ever afterwardiCommerdal Appeal We concur in this Brine is be earning to be a very common fellow WE account for the shortage of o editorial matter in MrBent6nV jouraal this week anti ntoo by reason of the fact that his colleague the assumed editor has been absent from town SOME poor deluded Cubans imag ine that Cuba is greater than all of America Perhaps they have been s reading Bryans Cbmmontr and have concluded that wo aro all of a very common stock a MRS CARRIE NATION seems too have been delivered from jail again which abe attributes to the Lord but- which was really accomplished by agreeing with the peal officers to keep the peace and giving bond as a guarantee TilE greatest combmo of capital ever formed filed articles ol incorpord ation recently in New Jeney a capitol stock of 30000000 with privid lege to increase tho capital stock Tbe amount invested in thin cincerntestimated to be over a biliou dollars TOE centenialof the Luiana pur chase will be celebrated St Louisb in 1903 Itwll1 be a sjihndid portunity for tbe great west to show herself to the worldand St Lonisl is tbe proper place for it is tropolis of liiHt rauguifkut farmers paradice THOSE who live in till blue grata regions of Kentucky fancy that they are in a seperate world from all oth ers This is what the newspapers seem to say Perhaps the soil is stronger than the pcnnyrile die tricts but they cannot boast of their moral and intellectual superiority over iubabitauts other climes A TENnssaEjournal in peaking ti of the laws passed to hold the State in- in line for the Democratic victory says they are driving from the State a sufficient number of citizens with in- their capital to always keep us in 4poverty aud ignorance1 The same on force is at work in Kentucky The Democracy has lost its old time ma jority and instituted laws to insure victories Many good citizens have old left tbo State with their capital while many others have been kept away for the same reason iih the adop tion of our present clecli in laws free suflrage free institution and civil government fled from the realms of tbe old dominion and a sort of scar chy minority rulea one man pow eror to speak moo specifically au It oigaichy was instigatid These are facts known to every itr ligent man in Kentucky JMn BENTON becomes very in when charged with being an astassip Before he shall have been called this the last time he will have been indignant more than once If he be desirous that it be stopped forth with let him explain the purpose of his communication to the Beaver Dam Gleaner in which he most shamefully arraigned the character of a public man When Mr Benton explains this satisfactory to the people of this country then he may hope to rid himself of the odium attached to his pres ont title Mr Benton it seems strange to intelligent citizens that you came out just one time before tbe public If you are not guilty ot the grievous charge preferred and you are not dead then you ought by all means shake a bush and let tbe public know that you are yet among the living WE note that a proposition is be ing suggested for the next legislature to appropriate a half million dollar for the erection of new State build logs at Frankfort It is true that th I time for action on this matter is some distance away but the next legisla tore is to be chosen before its meet ing hence the importance of discuss ing this matter In our judgment a man that would vote for a bill appro prlating a half million dollars or any other sum to construct a new Capitol building at Frankfort ia unworthy the vote ot an intelligent Kentuckian When the time is opportune for build ing new State houses it is also oppor tune to discuss the location of the capital in a decent locality Frank fort is not only unfit for the seat oi government but is a disgraceful den political bloodsuckers If the taxpayers are to build other house for public use and convenience the site should be in Lexington Louis ville or some other city inhabited by loyal Americans List week we spoke in complimentary terms of Mrs Woosley ability in revival work and the mar- velous results she accomplished a Hartford and Beaver Dam which out old friend and brother Dr J S Coleman excepts to in another column He tatea the stand that wom ans call to the ministry is not of Divine origin In other words God does not call women to preach Lii This phase of the question we eave for others to determiue Mrs Woosley came to Hartford and ac mplieheda work hitherto impossi ble for those of tbe other tex One hundredand twentythree proclaimed themselves tired of tbe sins of the worldand accepted the Son of God at their SAT lor all under the preaching f the woman This occurred in our very midst and before our own observation No one dares dispute tbe sincerity ot many of these new convert and the person that spoke the con victing words certainly deserves credit and the gratitude ot the Christian people By their fruit ye sbal know them sayetb the Lord BECI HAM CONDONES THE GAMBLERS- In 1899 J C W Beckbam was candidate for Lieutenant Governor n the Democratic ticket with Mr Wm Goebel They had as their supporters many of tbe best citizens of Kentucky who were not known to the tactics of these men or who were blinded by party prejudice and in addition to this force they controled every gambling den in the confines ol he Stale The election was heldun er tbe supervision of theee gentle and they were unquestionably They instituted contest and through a partisan legislature succeeded in getting in their pos session what the people of Kentucky denied them In the meantime Mr was slain aud Mr Beckham ecame Governor Under tbo Constitution it became the duty of the ate to elect a new Governor Mr Beckham was the man chosen This time he carried the same force with renewed energy Ho is now the rec oguizel Governor of Kentucky and should protect its citizns under the law For the past six months the city ol Louisville has beeu at war with the greatest curse that ever befell any community the gamblers One ot there notorious chieftains Mr Ed- tAlvey was tried in the Jefferson Criminal Court and twelve honest jurors sworn to try the case imparI ally sentenced him to two tbe penitentiary and fined 500 00t This verdict was reached Tuesday I evening awl Wednesday morning l es than twentyour hoursthist monster among men was the promise that he woudnot ngain be guily of offending against the laV restored to citizenship fine remitted and allowed to reenter the stand In his speech at Hartford last fall young Beckbam declared before odand man that he would never pardon a man con t victed by twelve honest jurortof He then referred to the Caleb Powers trial This pardon was granted bet fore the commonwealth could be heard was prearranged aud the CbtiriVr Journal paved the way for the kid Governor tie day beforo tbo paidon I was granted Mr Beckbam b i raysIl This is the mst barefaced and inexcusable case of judicial persecution that ever came before my notice Ob thou brazen hypocrit what could be more barefaced and infamous than the pardoning of a king of gamblers before a protest could be enjoined What could be more viscious soil demoralizing to civilization than the setting at liberty a destroyer of men Mr Beckbam rays Upon the as surance from him that he will not again violate the law pardon I s granted There was never a crimina convicted but that would make the same pledge for his liberty But when the calm soberlbiukin man reflects upon the character of the man acting Governor and the man ner in which he attained that position he will not be in the least surprised that all criminals of his political faith are favored by the executive clemency which is within his power Alvey is guilty of running gamblinj house and Mr Beckbam is guilty c f grand larcenyto put it mildlvol stealing the office of Governor Kim reader we submit the case to you which is the most damnable The frivolous excuse for granting this par don is given in full as follows Reasons for pardon of Ed Alvey This is the most barefaced and Inex curable case of judicial and political persecution that ever came before my notice By a bold and shameful con splracy this man Alvey has been se lected as the helpless victim whilt others equally as guilty or more so who seem to bask in the sunshine o r official favor are allowed absolute Im munity from prosecution in the Jefferson Criminal Court Has the prose cutlon been animated by an earnest and honest desire to stamp out al I gambling in the city of Louisville I so then they would have met with the hearty cooperation of the chic- executive in their eOorts and I stand ready now whenever and wherever it may be in my power to aid the officers of the law where they are honest in seeking to enforce the laws against l gambling without partiality or favor to any one Has such been the case in the re cent Indictments and trials in Louis vllle The record before me and the information I have received certainly do not show it Why is it that in dictments have not been returnee against the most notorious gambler In the cit3 And why is it that in dictments against others have beer dismissed under a corrupt bargain that they be given Immunity if they would give evidence against this man and one Miles Is Alvey made the particular vengeance because he bad become a dangerous rival in the bus ness to some others Gambling is a crime punishable by severa penalties under our statutes and it ought to be stamped out if pos sible by a rigid and impartial enforce ment of the law I would gladly see the city ot Louisville freed fromtbis vice but if it is allowed at all then I say it would be preferable under principles of competition rather than monopolyThis seems to have been inspired not by an intention to sup- press gambling but by a desire to de stroy competition in that business The papers before me show beyond a doubt that this man was convicted upon evidence secured by one of the most infdmonse bargains ever tolerat ed in any court One of the employed prosecutors who has been conspicuous in his pro leased advocacy of honest elections and has been Peter the Hermit in this oneeyed crusade against the gambling vice according to the papers before me negotiated the deal claim ing to act with the sanction and ap proval of the couit By this agreement which by the proceedings in court yesterday seem ed to be fully canied out these men wete dismissed from the charges against them and by their testimony a verdict was secured against Alvey who either by reason of his competitive qualities or his political affiliations teems to have incurred the special hatred and animosity 01 the prosecutionI before me in what I am assured is the handwriting of the Prosecuting Attorney before referred to affidavits which he prepared forI these men to sign after the agreement was made I copy the first paragraph State of Kentucky s sJellersonI county The affiant Logan Schwaner says this affidavit is made of his OWDc free will and accord without solicltac ion ot any one He says he has beenJ promised no reward of immunity rom punishment or trial under the ndictment pending against him in he Jefferson Circuit Court If thU handwriting is genuine as believe it is then he sought to these men swear to what he and ley knew Uvbe ftlse Gambling is bad enough but petjury and snborna tlon of peijury are worse stiitlinp that such methods shouldJ be resorted to for the conviction ol ny one I therefore as a rebuke to the character oi such a prosecution andI not as a condonation to the of gambling which I am ever o aid in suppressing grant thisI pardon to Alvey upon the assurance from him that he will not again violate he law J C W BECKIIAM It OROPSYCUUDW1h reretablt TeurlCMM Intern 4i7 it ieaat twoUJrd of lliTtnptocur moT iax 1S p NEGRO HANGED Taken From Jail at Noon by an Unmasked Mob Brute Who Confessed to Assllult- and Murder of Miss Finkel stein at Terre Haute REPULSED BY DEPUTIES Terre Haute Ind Feb 26 George Ward the negro who confessed to the murder of Miss Ida Finkelstein was taken from the Vlgo county jell by a mob at 1236 to day The mob which had been once repulsed by Deputy Sheriffs with shotguns broke into the j tl while the Sheriff was at the Court House A rope was placed around tb 1ctheriver three blocks away and Lange to the drawbridgeS A crowd variously estimated from at from 2000 to 3000 gathered ht the jail immediately after it became known that the murderer was under arrestThe mob used a large piece of tint Ber as a battering ram and broke in the j ill door and with clubs guns and tevolvers drove back the few deputies on duty On the way to the bridge the victim was beaten with sticks an shot at by members ot the mob an he was unconscious when hanged and in all probability dead When the body was dropped from the bride one strand of the rope broke and the leader of the snob thinking that their victim might drop into the river hauled the body up again and it was dragged to the west side of the river and burned bodyIat one at the other The fire bad barely been started when a man arrived with a eai turpentine which was fed to the eager flames After that combustible oils teamed to flow spontaneously toward the fire and the flames leaped high while the body ol the wretched murderer was slowly consumed There was no attempt at disguise on the part of any member oi the mob Within ten minutes of the time when the mob reached the bridge with the victim the people began to assembler ever increasing numbers When the body was taken down to be carried to the fire the bridge west ot the draw was barricated and the cr w4 was stopped there but the east bank oi the river and the bridge on the city side of the draw was crowded with thousands of men women and chil dren g zing at the awlui spectacle ole human body being consumed i n vengeful flimes In all that crowd not one word of sympathy for the poor wretch was to be heard though many deprecated the final act of burning The crime for which Ward suffered to day was one of the blackest in the cityI Finkelstein aged twenty a school teacher at a lonely spot In the woods three miles iron Terre Haute late yesterday afternoon She was en route from the scboolhouse to the electric railway to come to this city The negro assaulted her shot her in the back of the head and cut her throat severing the windpipe Miss Finkelstein ran for half a mile to a farmhouse with blood streaming trom her wounds and Sell unconscious in the doorway She died in a has pital here at II oclock last night Miss Finkelstein was a student ol the normal school here had man friends in the city and was a most ac complishcd girl Mrs Nation Is Editor Today PRORIA Ir1 Feb 26 Mrs Cairie Nation the Kansas saloonwrecker arrived last night and took charge ol the Journal for to day In her leading editorial she says I have never hnrt a hair on the head of my bad brothers the saloon keepers and hOle for pitys sake none of thm will get in the way of my hatchet for it gets dreadfully reckless when it flies around smash- Ing that which murders men Aside from writing some eight columns of editorials Mrs Nation has also written an account of her smash ing career in which she tells how she happened to direct her energies along this line The paper will be twelve pages instead of eicbt with eight columns to the page as usual The cartoons are those suggested by Mrs Nation Whisky firms advertisements are another feature one concern havIng- an entire page Mrs Nation will kcture here this evening and may visit some of the distilleries late this afternoon r To Cure Constipation Foreror or30ita Mission of the TwentyCentury- Maid The twentieth century will be p c eminently the womans century It be her duty her ptivilege to dots choicest work What is the njblest thing she may do with her ife with her leisure The thought liil American girl is coming to tee this truththat the nations greatest need is spirituality that the ideal type from now on will be the spirit ual woman It is not the religious side of spiritual life which is lacking 3 The churches and hundreds oi Ox fearing men and women ate attendI ng to that It is that P spiritual life not directly connected with religion the portion which tins ever been womans peculiar province which In neglected- In the physical conquest of this country woman bore the heroic part of the silent sufferer Important as was the role she played then it grew even more important in the intellec tual conquest which followed That conquest is so neatly complete that it may be taken for granted But hav- Ing become the most powerlul the richest and the most retourcelul of modern nations we are not to rest there In the behalf that progress in all to be measuied by warships and the dollar mark Every people has gained a little on the great ladder that humanity is climbing and though material progress comes first spiritual must follow or the nation IffallsGeo W Gerwig In the March Womans Home Companion OASTOnXA-Dn You lists Always Boa hl otthetZrtJ r ThirtySix Men Roasted CUEVENNB Feb 26The worst disaster in the history of coal mining in Wyoming since ihe Alma horror eight years ago occurred last night when fire broke out in mine No I ol the DIamondville Coal and Coak Company at Kemttetr attended- d with great loss of lite and the destruc- d lion of property Thirtysix miners are entombedand- It is believed that nU have perished The fire was first discovered short ly after the night shill commenced work Its cause Inot known but it is supposed to have started through a spark dropping on old canvas and oil in a small room where oil and tools are stored Those in the mine are three Americans eight Italians ten Findlandera and twentyone Austrians The flames made such progress thati- i only one man escaped from tie t o entries in which it is confined Ills name is John Anderson and he was frightfully burned in running the gauntlet of flimes He is unable to give any account ol the accident other than that be suddenly was confronted by a wall of fire and smoke atil wral ping his bend in his overcoat he ran in the direction ol the main entrance The first intimation the miners in the other entries bad of the fire was when Anderson came rushing into tbe upper level his clothing in fl mes lie full unconscious Tbe alarm was sounded and hun dreds of miners at work In the mines and on the outside rushed to the rescue of their iniptisoned comrades Tbe fire had by this time made such progress that it was impossible to enter the rooms ot flimes The entire night was spent in confining th fire to the two entries and this morning it was necessary to seal them up to prevent flames from spreading to other parts of the mine This step was only decided on after all hope of saving the lives of the men WAS abandoned Nothing conld live five minutes in such a fire which was increasing in fierceness every minute The plugging of the two entiles will smother the flunesSSupt Sneddons thinks 36 men lost their lives Tbe scene at the mouth of the mine list night and to day was beart rend ing This evening it is believed the fire is under control The entries will je opened for recovering tbe bodies OASTOnXABeau tbsThe W You Hits JUnrs Boagtt 2reGovernmentFish Exhibit Uacle Sam will have a splendid fih txhiblt at the PanAmerican Exposi Lion It is impossible to give here a compiehensive idea of the beauty and Interest which attaches to this exhib it W DeC Ravcnel Chief of the Division of Fish Culture and several assistants are now in Buffalo erecting III the Government Fisheries Building rfn artistic design for a home In which will be placed every variety offish oyster crab starfish scallop cream and practically everything else that can be found in the Atlantic or Pacil Ic oceans and their tributaries The majority of these specimens will be alive and will be exhibited swim raing in their native element At all past exhibits prepared by Mr Rave net have been so crowded withvisit ors that it hao been at times Impossl ble to get within a comfortable dis tance of the brilliant and beautiful inhabitants ot the oceans and rivers which have been collected under his superintendenceIn will he shown the various methods for the propagation offish and oysters and fr filling our rivers and bays with these useful ar tides of lordICASTOR I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought i Bears the ASignature of Why fsThls Thus Take a piece of paper and write upon it tbe number representing your ate in years multiply it by 2 add 810 divide by 2 then substra t tbe number representing your age and before your eyes jou will hive some thing you will never see again I L k L1 nlie tcaccompanied ly in tions on the skin sore throat splotcuieagworse III follqw unless the blood Is promptlyanti effectually cleansed of this poison 8 S S is the safe and infalliblt cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the worst cases thoroughly permanently Condllloi CeIdicontracted gt 1597 triedUavctreatmentdidlime tny hair came out ulctr appetrcd In my throat anti mouth my body vi corerta with 401 oltenMve- InteL I ulTetelneltffrom Ibumatlc pains In may ihoulden anti arias 101 condition could have bn no worse j only thonealBlctnl as I WM boatIaImtlittle faith left In n tattingthea chance In my nlndl lion ihisassirulyenc- ouraging I deter niined to tire B f 8 n thorough trial Prom IbslllmeonlbehnrtOftomen PCtUed to h lye the cllt ease completely under control the sores aud ulcers healed and I was soon tree from all signs of the disorder I have stronC anti healthy ever sinre bttl W SMITH Lock 130 Sn NobtesTtlte rod SSSlstheonl1PllrelYyegetable poisonSendit contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for seU treatment We charge nothing for medi ca1 advice lure yourself at home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA OA SELECT KY Feb 27 Health in this commun- Ity is not very good at this time Mrs S M lames is very sick with gripThe turners have begun buying their seeds and getting ready for farmingWe Republicans would like to know if the Hartford Herald wants to run on the Republican ticket for ludge It looks that way to me the way they fight Pon Rogers Wen I say thU ninth to Mr Herald man thAt if you want any office in Ohio county ou will have to rid yourself of Democracy and especially ot Goe belism and get into the Republican bind wagon and it you get votes enough you will be elected What you say about Mr Rogers is not hurting hint a bit but will make votes for him We are going to elect Mr Rogerto you just as well fix for that W S To allay piins subdue iijhrutun tion heal foul ulcers the most satis factory re ults are obtained by using DalUrds Snow Liniment Pile 25 and 50 cents J H Williams m Inhuman Parents Cripple Tots rniladelphH Pa Feb 26 John Pinley tuy Fioley his wife Bernard C bill and his wile Mary Ca hill are all under ariest charged with atrocious ciuclty to their chiN dien and in the event ot Charlotte Cahills death which is momentarily expected her parents will be com pelled to face a charge of murder in the second degree Here is a list oI the victims and the horrible injuries InflctedCharlotte Cahill aged ten years both arms broken two ribs shattered and serious scalp wounds and spinal injuries of a seiious character This child was jumped upon dragged allover a four story tenant by her fath ei and finally thrown down an aiea way a distance of twenty four feet James Cahill aged tight years starved beaten and searel with a hot Qtlron The child is a sight to be hold All the hair has been burnt THROAT REST l You can cough yourself Into- bronchltispneu monla con sumPtlon I Bandaging bundling jyour throat do no good You must give throat and lungs rest and allow the cough wounds to heal There is noth ing so bad for a cough as couch ing Stop it byIusingI BpEven the cough of early consumption is cured And later on when the disease is firmly fixed you can bring rest ana comfort in every case A 25 cent bo ile will cure new coughs andtcolds the 50 cent better for settled coughstof bronchitis lungs tho one dollar size is more economical for chronic cases and con sumption Its the size you shouldkeeponhandsto on tba watch for sudden attacks of croup oracutnlungtroubles Eyelcoun keepCfierr71ocloral to emrrgenCTJOIIR Deo311835 Holland 1Ict T a Great Reduction Sale 1 jIN FORCE EVERY DAY NOW AT THE BIG DRY GOODS STORE OF R T COLLINS J Beginning February 20 nnd continuing for two vroekfl wo 4 will make swooping reductions in nil lilies especially on thoso 7articles mentioned bolow At the priccslwo aro iiowjofForingS goods it will pay you to invest in some of theso things and I lay thorn away They will never bo cheaper Perhaps novAor so cheap again All Winter Suits and Overcoats now go at COST All riCapes and Jackets at nnd bolow COST This Means Exactly What it Says rWo do not intend to carry a single one ovor so conic in at iOIWO and got pick of tho bargains Four hundred paire of Mens odd Trousers former price from 125 to 350 will bo sold at from 7fie to 200 Also big lot of Negligee Shirts regular price 50o to 75c will bo sold for 39c Hats and Caps will bo sold at 50c on tho dollar A lot of Mens and La dies heavy weight Shoes which wo sell at from 75c to 150 por pair s 4yhic1ithe store goes at a great reduction for Cash in order to give us room for our Now Spring Stock- Specials for Next two Weeks a Outing Flannel Sic Best Shirting Cheviots Jlc Mens Heavy Fiftycent Work Shirts35aM-ons Heavy Twentyfiveccnt Work Sliirtsi15dG- ood Canton Flannel i I ic Crash Toweling Sic Best CaliCOtbI lo Apron Gingham 4i I Tcasledown Flannol t Tin Bleached Domestic 41c Flannelette Oic Extra Heavy Canton FlnunolGlcLnr-go White nod Spreads 50- oT3DONT MISS THIS GREAT SALE 3 R T Collins Hartford Ky off his bead acd beth of his little hands ate serious if not permanently injured Mary Cahlll aged three years starved and suffering from diphtheria In an advanced stage None of these children has ever had proper food or c1othlngand tbe agents of tbe Pre vention ot Cruelty to Children So dety were compelled to wrap their ovo coats abont the children to prevent them from freezing to death luring the snowstorm that was com I iff down The Finley children are in a terrible plight All three of them are soft r trig from a long series ol beatings and rickets resulting from an impoverished diet Stanley Finley gcd seven years never tasted meat n his life and was never washed all over since the day he was born His head is scarred on every curve where tin pans stones crockery and clubs have landed and a broken leg adds o his miseries Belle Finley was pitched down two flights ol stairs by her mother and ay there fur four days with a fractnr ed arm The baby which has not yet bun named was simply starving to death when picked out of a heap of dirt by Agent Watson How is This We cfler OneHundred Dollars Re Nard for any case of Citstrh thntcarf n t be cured by Halls Catatrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo OhioWe tbe undersigned bave known P J Cheney for the last 15 yeariiand believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Trims Wholesale Drugi gist Toledo O Waking Kinnan Marvin Whole sle Druggists Toledo 0IHalls Catarrh Cure Is taken In t tercally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the ayei tem Price 750 per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials liceaHalls Family Pills are the best esArt Industrial Products There will be a very comprehensive displayofart Industrial products at he PanAmerican Exposition in luding articles which lilt the gap be weeti regular manufactures and Tie IIw1l1the jewelers art jewelry of every dcv- cription h carved Ivory and wood deigns I Itr marble and stone wrought I Iron articles metal work stainedf1 glass windows enamel ware pottery stamped leather certain textiles por celaln etc The large number of1 applications for space for the exhibit of individual I E art products decided Mr Algar M Wheeler the Superintendent ol Man ufictures to make it a distinct divls Ion which is a departure from the methods at former zposltloDI where these products have been merged with the manufactures and fine arts departments thus rendering their ef lectivenesa almost void In accord lag them deserved distinction In a division by themselves Superintend ent Wheeler has won the hemty ap planseofaclass of workers who are taking a lively Interest In the coming Exposition evidence of which Is reo 1 celved In numerous communIcationsC on tbe subject many of them asking lor Information regarding apace for prospective exhibit The art Industrial products exhibit will be housed in the Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building which Is longbyoriginally designed contained an open court or patio in the center la conformity with an old Spanish lolls slon House design The demand or fa apace became so great that the man J agement decided to roof this patio with glass and install therein exhibits The gUssroofed section will be treated M a subtropical gardentheretby giving large and wealthy dealer In expensive or decorative articles an opportunity to make elaborate die plaa amid surroundings which are worthy and appropriate having an adornment of foliage interspersedpwith ornamental pavllllons climbing t vegetatlODSpatio with historical water court and fountain could hardly be more artis tie dud certainty could not be more changeInsteadlaritycf the building will enhance he silMlc eflict besides gaining a gleat deal ot much needed space for his valuable collection The advantage to be gained by this arrange ment will bea setting oi unusual beaut in a court that will be lightSndairy wlta the additional charm which always rccompanies odd va rietlesrt prow ng plants The unrnKements tor the exhibit nt art industrial products compiehenrl ample loom edquate facility and abundant light a An EiMern editor says a man got nto trouble by marrying two wives Western editor replied that many tad done so by marrying one A Northern editor fcayjj a great many o hin companions Jonnd trouble by promising to marry cac and not going any further Southern edit or a friend of hlif was bothered Ienough when he waisMiijpIy found in company with anopie Dana wife r t i rLi 7 y 1 w I Jk 11 i i iF i 1ifiIij kr =XTEa7 tLaces and Embroideries I I II 1Hnoreceived their entiro lino of Spring Lnces and Em A broideries Never before was n lino in Hnrtford that could compare with them in benuty and cheapness Having IboLgiltdirect from a big Now York Lace House wo are bet tor prepared than over before to givo our customers good f values This lino includes tho dainty patterns in Valen J1 cionncs with insertions to match Prices ranging from Ic- I to 20c per yard Fifty pieces Nainsook Embroidery from 1 inch to 8 inches A wide with insertion to match running from 5c to 35c per T yard Twentyfive pieces extra nice quality Swiss Embroider with insertion to match from 1 inch to 5 inches wide I ranging in price from 5c to 30c Also a nice lino of Linen Laces from 5c to 20c Our stocks of India Linens Nainsooks Dimities MarL saillcs Percals Ac fire all in ready for your inspection prettier lino cannot bo found Do your Spring tradingearly before tho weather gets warm Wo have complete lines of all tho staple brands of Bleach ed Cottons such as Hope Masonville Fruit of Loom Long Cloth Lonsdale Etc at prices that are sure to interest you A Dress Goods Bargain A few lays ago wo picked up six pieces of what wo call genuine bargains in allwool Dress Goods The width is 50 inches Tho quality is allwool Tho wholesale price was 100 per yard Wo bought them at a special price and aro f soiling thorn at COc per yard Remember it takes only three yards L of this goods to mako you a skirt The New Goods and Cheap Goods are Found only at Hartfords Bargain House 4 Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH I j Illnola Central RallroadTlmo Tablo I I ItOO New at 110011INo IM 110 101 dII2WP m No 101 da ZM p in oIfldn1tPin Ko Ul duIi m torn FrCllIhl- NoIU d 150 m NO m due 210 pm s Bi AMTaA u I WlYDrt I FOR XAUVITHATEI Cl Wiie aithoriied to annoiac H B Taylor AI a candidate rorlUairittrate III the Cromwell Ma lterlini DWfCt to thi action or the Kepabllean party I A new lot 01 Iton Bedsteads at Car son Gos I If it Is flour you want go to John I R Phlpps and get ItIjyu want hardware the place toj find it Is at John R PhlppsICalico 4cts I Woolen Underwear 150 per suit at j Carson Coat I IIGiveMr Tom lames Pincheco has con I sumption and Is not expected to live j but a short time i Prom now until March ist we will Mil Calicoes at 4 cents tor cash onfyI i j CARSON Co tOOKi LOOKlFor the next ten iayil will sell secondhand sewing machines from 5 up Ca bIIGROSS WILLIAMS MrL M Render Louisville riMt edhis parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Friday and Saturday lastI week Stoat the Commercial Hotel Hart lordJKy The best of fare Rates Your patronage solicited ronable A J WILLIAMS Prop i c Agents wanted nt once in each lfwu to handle Scotts lnhaler Best seller out Big pr fits Address C box 31 Centertown Ky On count of General Missionary Conference M R Church South at 1New Orleans La April 24 to 30 will be sold at rate 01 one fare for the round trip18no Tickets on sale April at 235ud 34 good for return UtttU MayS 2 VANMHTER Agt PISQ S CURf FR triB JilfJ T I1TlV 1 S CONSUMPTION A sewing machine tor s at the Singer Office New Shoes tor men and ladles at Carson Coa Mr H A Wedding M gan called to see us Tuesday IIla pleasant caller Wedne day I Mr W M Stevens Baver Dam called to see use Widiesdny I Mrs Corvus wlIlIibe Beda neighborhood N qite sick Mr Amos Dtcker ol Cefatertownls dangerously ill of pneumonia Measles seem to have the day with some of the students at college MUs Juliet Thomas went to Louis ville yesterday to learn the milliners tradeBorn to the wife of Mr John W Miller Sunnydale the 26th nit a fine girl Mrs S A Bennett of near Dedae is ill and not expeetedI to liveISheriffs T Stevens has been quite lor sometime and is not much improved yet Efq C L Woodward Centertown was a pleasant caller at THS RRPOD tic1flceWtdnesdays Mr Nathan Coleman near Ceralvo recently euttiitied a stroke of paraly and is not expected to live but a short time BelleIwere Commercial Hotel February the 22nd with Rev A J Williams cfficlating We can start a young man or ladyl in the Southern Normal Bowling Green mighty cheap CallI get our scholarship and go to school If you went to K to tthool cheap we can Mart you In hy selling you i scholarship In the Wrst Kentucky Seminary at a discount Write us or call nt our office On Account of Prsiitecitil InauKU rBt1 p cM niiiifB nt Washington D C Mutcb 4 muni trip tlckrtu will be sold Iroui Hravrr Dim Ky to Wash irii tin D C Hnd return at rule 1915 firround trip Tickets sold Much I a snd 3 porx for rrturn until Mnrch 9 H B VANMKTER Agt Cnpt Giten of Webster count father pi Mr W L Green ot Mc Henry made Tim REPUBLICAN H pleasant visit Saturday Capt Green 1 quite an interfstlng gentleman of uuny years experience nticiiie of the f T jjnw living who ran clnim h1iute MentUhip with Ahtnlmro to coin I THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM I HSUS Pllllfr It Pains Niter ani I marketbrandedId without delay No questiob was ever Mtoqauu71l311iiPoroua ielli on 1U repn jo tobeworthIeu1mJtatiOD remedTphysicians and druggIst and a muttIud e aetUedthAtI backlumbagomuacular ifppneumonia eternal treatment are atone relieved and cure I by Demons Plaster CapeCIIm1 InlerforNI Bensons In competition rlth the blltmowa sstrs of E end America Benson I hlTe receiTed46Jtr4 llDar pay druggiatsorwowullprepostage each8oabur1NY Mr J T Wedding AdahburgI called to see us yeslerdayI Mr Flem Stevens Beaver Dam called to see us yesterday Mr A G Bennett Livermore was among our visitors yesterday Commonwealths Attorney J E Rowe Owenaboro Is in town Mr Stephen R Williams of near Ceralvo is dangerously ill of pneu I mania Do you know that Gross Williams will sell ou a Sewing Machine from Soo up Mr and Mrs Wm Lyons Haynes t ville are visiting their sons family Mr Jamea Lyons Born to the wife of Thomas Lucker Sunnydale a fine girl the aoth Dr S J Wedding attending physig clan Mr R C Taylor who has been in Atlanta Ga for some time in they insurance iuIuess was In town Wesjesday and Thursday Remember we oQer some special bargains in Woolen Hose and Underwear from now until March 1st- CARSON Co Mr Wm Liles near Beds who has been sick for sometime with pneumonia Is still in a dangerous condition and not expected to live Mr Charlie Baker and Miss Maude Bewley were married in parlors ol thea parlors of the Commercial Hotel yesa terday Mr John Baker and M ude Davis were attendants Revtl A J Williams officiatedbThe following letters remain dead in Hartford post office Misses Apollna Smith Parkey Yoakum t1 Emma Hudson Mrs Wm A White n Mrs Mary Stephen James L Rowe Junior Keedy James VIcory and W Colburn W TiNSLBY P M Dr J J Mitchell Beaver Dam sustained a partial paralytic stroke Saturday evening white sitting In the barbers chair and again Sunday morning but was thought to be con o slderably Improved yesterday and will soon be out again Mr Barnard Felix near town called yesterday and subscribed for TUB REPUBLICAN Its quite the thing to do This will be a campaign long remembered and TUB RBPCD LICAP will have a word to say as the campaign progresses COALWe aim to keep out a good supply ot coal at the old Ulijah Miller bank Will also deliver coal on short notice Horsefeed provisions and merchandise taken In exchange also a farm good wagon a horse and disc harrow very cheap Postoffiee Hartford er E M MutBRi fi lisa M zie Thomas lelt yesterday for Louisville where she will take a course preparatory lor the work of a fl trained nurse Miss Thomas is one of Hartfords most accomplished young ladles and she carries the best wishes other many friends into her chosen vocation Mrs L W Hunt Sulphur Springs died at her residence Wednesday of a grippe and measles She had been ick only a short time She was burled yesterday Mrs Hunt was an excellent Christian woman and an Ideal wife and mother Mr Hunt has the sympathy of his many friends throughout the county to Monday is circuit courtfirst Mon dayand Democratic mass convention day TUB REPUBLICAN will give the proceedings ofcourt and it is quite ike that we will have a word to say about the convention at any rate it da will be well to have TUB REPUBLIC AN in your household Call and subscribe In a hotly contested election for tuHiiQger ol the foot hall team lor 1901 at the Central University between T frWoodwardGrass boys were arraigned against the Prnnyriie boys who were lead by Mr WoodwarJ Mr Woodward la nn Ohio county boy- d ODS a w Rouse tim toe pld liver and cure biliousness sick hoadacho jaundiceC nausea Indlgcsf tlon etc The valuable to prevent a cold or break up a fever Mild gentle certain they are worthy your confluence Purely vegetable theyccan be taken by children or delicate Price 23o at nil medicine dealers or by mat ot nooD co Lowell MSIL p Mrs Magdalene Rogers is quite ill of la grippe Mrs W Q Park of Beds died last Thurday ot pneumonia and waa buried at Beulah Church burying grounds Friday dlternoon Funeral services were conducted by Rev R D Bennett Mrs Park was a con sUtent member of the Methodist church She leaves a husband three rhildren and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Mrs Julia Ann White of near Ro sine Ky who has been sick for some time with la grippe died Thursday February 21 at 6 oclock a m Mrs White was eightyone years old and leaves quite a large family of eighty live decendants seven children forty three grandchildren twentynlne great grandchildren six great great grandchildren and besides those there are twentynine that are dead Mrs White was loved and honored by all who knew her William Fant aged 69 years of the Horton neighborhood one of the old eat and most highly respected cored citizens of Ohio county died of monia lever at the home of hisI daughter Mrs Elizabeth Sprole 01J Beaver Dam on the 26th nit Ills son John L Fant of St Louis Mo Fleldon 01 West Point Ky and tbeI rest of his children except Ulyssus who is a soldier in the Pbllppines were around his bedside when the death angel came Mr Owen J Thomas died Wedneso day night of diabetes He has been in ill health lor quite a while but kept at his business continuously un il Monday when he took his bed Monday morning he was on the street and Wednesday evening be was a corpse His remains will be Interred at Oakwood cemetery to day at ten clock Mr Thomas was in the dry oods business at the time of his death and had made many friends He was a quiet modest unassuming oung man He leaves a wife and one child a lather mother and three sisters together with a large circle of friends to mourn his eternal absence TUB REPUBLICAN extends condolence to the bereaved family in the hour of disappointment and sorrow tItor8 accidently shot on the 26th of January tInoonhot he was expected to die at most ny hour but he gained consciousness nd conversed with members of the- amily which seemingly gave hope tohfamily the nature ot the owevef convinced the physicians M from the beginning that recovery was heimpossible It will be remembered afumberthrough the brain and lodged against the cranium in the forehead AlterP his brain had been punctured manner he lived five weeks and one day The remains were buried at the family burying ground Monday afternoon in the presence of a large circle friends The bereaved family have the sympathy ot a host of friends in their misfortunein The Court House Eire Last Sunday afternoon the Court- House caught flue In the County At II torneya office in the South corner of the building and as a result the whole structure with all Its contents come near burning A fire had been t built in the grate of the Attorneys office and left as is the custom of all the officials with nothing to protect the floor from a stray coal of fire Sometime in the afternoon smoke was seen Issuing from the cellar doors when parties rushed in with buckets of wat and extinguished the flames There was just starting In earnest A hole was burned in the floor and the blaze was rapidity spreading over the oor of the coal cellar This was a timely warning thirty minutes longer and the fire would have been beyond control iso To Subscribers The price of TIlE REPUBLIC AN in advance is 1 on timeM 125 but for the next thirty days wo will settle arrears for 100 straight This will a givo everyone an opportunity of call and settle Remember its only thirty days or COLLEGE NOTES School is progressing nicely Misses Oma Westerfield and Aman Story Pleasant Ridge were pleas a ant visitors at Gen Ex Tnesday morning Mr A C Taylor and wife were welcomed visitors at exercises Thurs 51 day morning Several ol the students are absent om school on account of the meas ea BBULAH 01TerrorizedSedan Kas Feb Sheriff W ItTaylortoday with Sid Appleby Rose Graves alReedtahicherff are rough characters and while un In ee the influence of liquor last night the citizens ol Wauneta and- edarvlhle nearby towniiy riding through the streets and firing off pis ola at random and by enslve onductHAt Waunea ttcy entered a storele threatened the lives of the proprietors ant helped themselves to the goods iu I the store besides shooting through showcases counters and dangerously near to persons who were attrcted to the scene They broke into another store which they found locked and the proprietor was subjected to han h treatmentThey then went to Cedarville where they continued their depreda tions Sheriff Taylor of this place was telegraphed for When he ar rived at Cedarville the men were gone but he traced them to the Ap pleby hoinefour miles from Wanneta He organized a posse and surrounded the house during the night At daybreak Reed came out and was ordered to surrender whereupon he drew a revolver and was killed A volley of shots were exchanged between the men In the house and the posse but without effect The mother and slater of the Appleby boys were in the house and they finally Induced the men to surrender The men were brought here and placed in jail Marriages Gerome Willltt Narrows to Belle Brown Narrows Date of marriage February 22 Wm Tombs Hartford to Florence Austin Cromwell Date of marriage February 24 Geo W Bond Olaton to Katie McDaniel Olaton Date oi marriage February 26- Guyman Westeifhld Narrows to Kattie Petty Barretts Ferry Date f marriage February 28 Eddie nSpencerCromwrllto Mary Miss Stella ShleldsCromwell Date of marriage February 27 Chas Bowman Etnavllle to Effie Smith sEtnaville Date of marriage1 February 27 Jo the Public EDITOR REPUBLICAN I desire to express my gratitude to those who assisted me in my canvass for the nomination for Assessor in the recent primary I am a Republican from principle end shall always standby the principles of the party and ItsI standard bearers I have always horn the cross of Republicanism and am today ready to render any service that may be in my power to make the victory sure in November I- hanking the people for the kindness me on the 2nd of February I am yours lot the success of the entire cket JOSEPH T CoxtDundee Ky Feb 26 1901 a CENTERTOWN KY Mrs Fannie Benton has moved from er farm to our village r Mr Sam M James has moved from iainoccupies the Calloway honseIMr Tom Benton is with us againI ter an absence of two weeks on bnsI ess Mr Dudley Williams and niece or- jeasant Ridge vilted the family oI Frank May last Saturday and Sunday Mrs A F Oglesby came home last week after spending a short time with her brother Mr Will Boskett oI Chicago Mr Alvin Rowe and wife are atI orne again alter a week of pleasure the South Mr W P Render Jr went to Crowley La last week on business he likes the country he will be absent quite a while Mr Jake Condit alter several weeks sickness is able to the mallI gainIMr L R Goodahl bas completed and sold a new house on Walnut street to J M CarterIMr W A Tichenor has traded his house and lot here toJIr F M AII ten of Smallhonse for a tract 01 land near South Carrollton Stroud Htflln have their new mill here and will soon be ready for your logs and grain Mr MInt Rowe has moved to his new home West of town Our Herald editor had better let our correspondent Miss My alone there danger of creating a spirit of jeM RBX An Old Apple Tree Mr J W Purdue ot Fountain Run I onroe county has allapple tree on his farm which measures in circum ference 9 feet and 6 inches It is roc years old and has not failed in bearing good crop ol apples each year The apples ripen in September They ire golden yellow and they call the apple the gold bug This is certainly a very remarkable apple tree p p The resnlt of an overindulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking few doses of Herbine Price 50 cents JjI Williams m HwD- rUobtnfli Sea Yur Sttintjt r P1IlscamII kldnutui Ra tr A5dbsrUig Usindy CoCbicaso or 14 1 a The industrial Interests ot this country demand the continuance of n well considered Tariff policy just as ur unprecedented war expenses made income revenue indispensable NoI ore revenue should be collected owever than will suffice for our needs Any greater su1zs unjnstifi ble taxations for other than legtti ate reasons The late action look g to a reduction of taxation is evl that the administration is fully accord with this eminently sound propositlonMontlcello N Y Re publican I t Do IToUfto pItiud Smelt Tour Mlt Las7 To quit tobacco euall awl forertr ka meg t 5t10tuliot lire nerro aud tlgor take NoTo at the wonderworker that makes week met rolig All dtuggtstsSOoorIt CurauanllIcd Doalclet and simple Sterling Itemed Co Chicago or New York Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks The glints of the forest must yield id lust to the continua blows of the axxxfc nun When the human blood hu become clogged and impure the little drops of Hoods Sursaparillji property taken wtil felt the ok of had blood t fJ CENTRAL GROVE KY Feb 37 Farmers are very busy plowing lor corn and are making big preparations lor a large crop Mr G W Rowe Is ou the sick listMrs J W Reader has about re covered from a long spell of pneumonia Mr and Mrs U S Fanght and little daughter Ruby Neal visited Mrs Faughts parents Mr and Mrs S W Rowe of Cenlertown Satur day and Sunday Rev R W Donks filled his regular appointment here the 34 Saturday and Sunday Miss Ertna Rowe has been quite sick for the past lew days but is con valescentRev Robertson preached at the church Sunday D L Miller and W L McKernan have bought a arm from Andrew WadeMr L W Tanner has moved to RockportThe at Mr Alfred Matthews last Saturday night was highly appreciated by all who at tended Miss Mary Matthews and Mr Chester Lin ley Hartford attended church at this place the 3d Sunday Candidates are not so numerous now as they were some weeks ago While we think there were some good men defeated we think we have a good strong ticket in the county We think as all good Republicans should think that our ticket should have our lull support and success is ours I expect to do all I can for the advancement of Republicanism from now until November and every Re publican should do likewisewe will know no deleat Prow BOY i t Catarrh Called an American disease is cured by an American medicine originated and prepared in the most catarrhal of American countries That medicine is Hoods Sarsapa I lila It cures radically and permanently n that it removes the cause cleansing he blood ot scrofulous and all other Impurities It overcomes all the el cots of catarrh too and builds up the whole system To the Public EDITOR REPUBLICAN I wish to thank my friends SOT thtsupport they gave me in the race for Jailer In the primary and say to the good Republicans ol the county that I m a turf Republican from principle and not for office As to the Herald and Goebel ma chine they have no place in the Republican party It would make me stronger if possible for the Herald to talk about our primarys being carried on with the Goebel machine I would advise my fellow Republicans not to listen to any thing Mr Benton might say about the primary butbe true to the principles of the grand old Republican party and we will gain a great victory in November I boveI been a voter twenty eight years and have been as true as any man and 9 99 999 lItsEasyl ITO Takc8 m Thin pale anamic girls j iIhealth and strength It is osafe to say that they nearlyr I all reject fat with their J I SCjjbSj9Nl COD LIVER OIL i WTNIIYPOPHOSPIITE5OLIMEcSOD4Is hita portant element codliver oild 0 in a palatable and easily dim gested formbut also the hypo i phosphlteswhicharesovaluable u i usually accompany bn mla SCOTTS EMULSION Is a fatty food that is more easily ij digested than any other form of fat A certain amount of flesh Is necessary for 1 You can get It in this healthI We have known sons to gain a day while taking IaiUica JtbSCOTT BOtYNI OhamWj ok etEEE e5E want to say to the people that I am still a Republican willing and anx lous to do every thing honest and honorably to gain the victory in No vember So again thanking my friends lor their support I am very truly J WAT STBVENS Dundee Ky Feb 25 1901 Beats the Hatchet Culhoon Ky Feb 26Plre broke out at noon to day in a little soup house connected witbHnmpbrey Ellis saloon and destroyed 5000 worth ol property before it could be checked For a time the people were greatly alarmed and it was thought that the whole town would go The fire department at Owensboro was telephoned to for help but having no engine it could not come The losses were Irvin Hancock saloon 1200 Humphrey Ellis saloon 1300 Bryant Wilhltes saloon and the Beckham House In which it was kept 2000 C G Mortheada butcher shop goo There was no insurance on any ol the property as no company would take a risk on it Nearly all of the contents of the burning buildings were saved Woman Preaching HARTFORD REPUBLICAN MB EDITOR Will you pardon me If I attempt to correct a grievous mis take you made in a very fulminatory notice you gave of the late meeting in Haitford and Beaver Dam conducted by Mrs Woosley You attribute the opposition to womans preaching simply to prejudice because It Is something new In so doing you are doing a great injustice to a very large class of the most Intelligent and well inlormed people of all religious des nominations of the world It is not a prt j udlce but because ol the total absence in Gods word of any authority for such preaching while in that book such preaching is positively forbidden hs may be seen by the follow ing scriptures Let your women keep silence in the churches for it Is not permitted unto them to speak but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law And if they will learn any thing let them ask their husbands at home fort is a shame for a woman to speak in- hechurch2d Cor 143435 Hence it will be seen that there is something more than mere prejudice that underlies opposition to woman preaching We deny their Divine tight to preach believing as we don a Divine call to the work of the Gospel Ministry and as it must stand to all reason and common sense that God does not so far contradict Himself as to command women to keep silence because it is a shame for them to speak in church and then call them to preach Let this suffice to protect us who are opposed to women preaching tram the charge ol being actuated by prejudice which Is he offspring of ignorance The facts are that women preaching is a late in novation and a modern heresy bor rowed from the fanaticism of woman suQrage it being a piece oft the same cloth Now II any one thinks that my opposition to women preaching has no higher ground than mere prejudice I will challenge any preacher of any reputable denomination possessing such qualifications as entitle him to respectful attention to affirm in my presence and before a Hartford or Beaver Dam audience that women have a Divine right to preach to mixed audiences and I will negative said proposition as long as he may affirm it We think the time has fully come when this woman preaching business should be fully ventilated and while my denomination is perhaps as little afflicted with this heretical fanaticism any other yet when it is charged that we who dlscent arc only the dupes of Ignorance and prejudice we begin to feel like speaking out In meeting J S CoLuMN Feb 22 1901 Humors Seed on humorsthe sooner you get rid of them the betterHoods Sarsaparilla Iii the medicine to take Kidnapers offer to Compromise Cbliago Feb 37A special to the post from Omaha says Edward A Cndahy has received a letter from the men who kidnaped his on offering to return 20000 of the- ansom money on coddltlon that all detectives be withdrawn and that no attempt be made to prosecute the ad ductors should their identity be discovered It is understood that the letter was mailed at Council Blufl Great Meeting of Crows Mr Al Wade who resides one and half miles lout from town on the Burksville road reports that there as been an Immense assemblage of rows in the woods near his resU ence They began to collect shout the first of last week and have had a protracted meeting Mr Wade has been stnddylng their movements closely to learn if possible what wasp with them but up to the time of reporting bad not decided what was the object of the meeting However he says from the noise they have been making it reminded him more of a Barren county Democratic convention than anything he can think of and therefore he concludes they are Dem ocr tic crows and are plotting for raUchlel and he advises the farmers to be on the lookout for trouble Glasgow Republican OASrOnXABun ticlIe Kind You Haw AlwjrjBwzM niar If lid r YOUIl41WAYJ t LEADTHE PROCESSION ir Ton sri cirtlul boai jroor dress A ileaC ippeinoct Inspire cootldenet iad vies frIend FRED KAUFFMANNS MADE TO ORDER CARMENTS tn well bull sad bay a itjIUh apIo lre ness about them vtlch nukes idem popular Leave orders vlth Miller Stevens Local RipreMnUttr KOSG or HCIEHCE Lover llttcn one and all ScUne bids you male caraulng By your foolish eats jon tail That JUg d em It such ableulD MIcrobes lurk In every klu Tbo laIr lift b ero tempting Oh It 10 a ratal bllo- Kelthtr high nor low exempting LoTon In jour darling glanw BlmtH ofalcrolwi plereo loa nor In your hearts the wretcbe dance Soon the chord or lift will sever This b how you mourn and ilgh ThU la how you rain would die When the palm ol Ion an darting lon on you talc onta rhwki paIDITbnSlake htlr home yon think li tainted Foollih heart and thonabtlru head When will thou the truth dltrorer Shun the foes that eclence draadi Facing every upoony lover Lover la your drUaM joke stealingLeads revealingin b01orlEnlllllDanger waits thee faded lover Ixirere tho your loree colt smile mourningSb conblagIIIAtbFalling with a wealth or klndneee preyLoyrlorrn rrom your way depart ageSlayThis the login of the sagi Science polnte to yon the way 10rrolcFlee the microbe on the morrow ucn The girl who expressed so muck symyathy for the poor farmer because of his cold job in harvesting his win agriculturalknowledge a desire to see a field of tobacco when It was just plugging out But the damsel who ask which cow gave tie buttermilk is entitled to the whole bakery And a girl on her return from a visit to the country whowM asked if she ever saw any one milk a co V replied Oh yes Indeed I have it just tickles me to death to see uncle jerk two of the cows faucets lUke same time JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY mabligabtrattnty Ofllce north tide public square ATTENTION willhave houriIHlYourRepjr John GKeown HAHTFORD Rougher Telephone Company ixcoiroiiTio Talk beinp cheap and necessary you should patronize folks whore you can buy your own phones and build r own linos and be in talking distance with I the whole county and business points generally by only paying RoughRiver expenseIfHartford Ky for particulars We connect with Impendent Comp C C COW PEAS fss 1 SOJA BEANS croysIA and soil Improvlnz b Other Kawnable needs JOlt may Deed F sic 5ccd Corn MllleU Velvet means Sorghum or Can Broom Corn Kallir Corn buckwheat Rape Etc we carry the Largest and Best ted lection ol Seede In the Central West IndudlnjVeeetable Field OraM and OUR full tafor m iion about sllcmpsaudwlllbtMIIled seud- uaaltatoftheSctdyOQucvdant ant well quete low prices Wool SIS iCi n lcnSMBN C LI JI3V1LLE KENTUCY IcD JJ oJ O T 4 j w i = yd 7 C br 1 I j j I 11 I iVCIICbtCPrCPi1l1liOnrOrAS1 Promotes DigesUonCbccrfuJ ncssand RestCOntalns OprumMorpblne norLncral- OT NARCOTIC c ord2iSffITZ1 =Jrl jBAlJA t for lion Sour StomachDiarrlloca- Worms Convulsions Feverishness ondLO5s OF SLEEP fAcsimile Signature o- fa NFIV YnpK I jrffiLcAcTCOPYOrWRAPPrnlJJ SAVE YOUR 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HAVE FAILED TUQCS BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F OALLABD Solo Proprietor 310 North Mao Street ST LOUIS UO Mwvwvw IL CREAMYVFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies I EVERY sOXan 31 AXaXa n1vGrGrlsrrsPr- epand b1 JAMES F DALLARD St Louis DZTC E TIONBUSINESS iibiolutrly norwary to the yonnn mnn oryonnK nomnn who would win naccem In life Thus being Conceded It li of Drat Importance to K t your training at the school that itandii In the rery front runk She ryant Stratton Easiness College xo =v = CJTVCCS d44rte PVV SIIOIIT11A1T1t Sono oo 5 6 and and new machines essential the same I equaled as 2 3 and 4unI Write Free In- Use PILE CURE Hcven riprrlenred rnrh one a In hli Orncl uai n are iireffirwl by honieii iHnnnlul hook KlrlnatMtlntonlnUfroni Rradnatetnnpylnwprom IOut uI lnlti d HtHtr It be mulled Jh ro lire utber echooln than oar that can offer our In Ire 38 I New Smith Premiers Nos The No6 takes paper ISJ wide writes long The takes paper lI Inches wide writes lines OJ long These In mechanical principles are Models Nos for Mtttcr I J rSniilh Premier 1ijpeviiri er CO For E teacher upprlitllut line tnlHHrbnol Imilnrwn Wrltetora pulnuna orrr the will free but none rut and I Inches lines 16 Inches No5 inches Printed r f 412 Walnut Stroot Cincinnati OhioI i i tt- r Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH I THE HYPOCRITE I BT WIU X WILTOX Written for TalC rtcrraucAN The hypocrite has had his place in the world from the most ancient times and is such a lamillar charac ter that he can be identified by almost anyone especially If he happens to be the other fellow This gentle man always feels his importance to an alarming extent exhibits a auper flulty of pomposity and Is often so dignified that he is really petrified He is Invariably a prominent church member often a Sunday School Su perintendent always a deacon lilt bat all possible and not Infrequent does he don a long tailed costa white tie and a stove pipe hat and arrogati to himself the very significant title of Reverend He is sometimes am along some lines generous to a fault especialy along the line of giving other people advice and very ofter neglects his own business in his anxiety and eagerness to attend to th business of bin neighbor He de clares that his wife is the best wo man In the wide wide world pat her hands rubs her cheeks and smooths her hair when they are in the presence of others but when they are together alone he cuts her with his eyes snaps her with his words and tells her that she Is the dowdiest woman in the world He declares that she always bore him to death when they go out and leaves her half torry that it isnt true He accuses her of tattling and informs her that The is forever getting Into trouble by attending to other peoples business more than she does her own and she wonders how she could do otherwise when she was made out of the rib ol such a fellow as he He insists on reading a chapter in the good book tshen he Is away from home com menting upon it calling the members of the family together where he is stopping and having prayers with them for he assures them that such Is the custom at home and with affected voice and uplifted eyes he says that the happiest moments of his life are those moments when around his humble family alter be calls his darling angel wife and pre cious children to their knees and con eases to Almlghy God tie awful sins that he has commuted through the past day and implores Him to for give him He tells them this so solemnly that his good friends are half glad that he did not die during the day cite he would have gone to perdition sure But when he is at home his much boasted of family al tar is relegated to the rear and hash a existence in fiction rather than in fact About the only altar to be seen in his house is himself and his wife is the sacrifice He never calls his family to prayer because he knows too well what they know Hence he strings his wife with sarcasm jollies her with satire and puts his children to bed with a backbander on the mouthHe makes long prayers in the syn agogues which are often themselves pretty ninny He gives the Almigh ty a good deal of information calls His attention to his own good deeds tells Him of his manifold alms thanks Him that he is not as other men are but never says Lord have mercy upon me a sinner It there is the least Indication ol a storm he will not take his family to church neither will he go himself and the first time he sees the parson he ex cuses himself for not attending servo ices that day and gives as his reason that his wife was not well and he is always so extremely careful of her that he was afraid for her to venture out when the weather was at ell like ly to be Inclement He is a great op poser to circus shows but when one chances to come his way he usually DOYOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure of the wonderful cures made Dr and the Kilmers great SwampRootI It Is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered after years cf byjnent kidney and blad curtnglame worstformDr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you hive kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and tKffsend your address to ithamtonregular fifty cent and now of Hw1Ioo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists finds out in some way that there will be some new kinds of animals recently discovered connected with the men gul sod while he himself has seen them his wife and children have not there fore he will go to the circus not that he caes to see it but in order that they may have the pleasure of et j tying its exhibitions He does not believe in the open sa loon but is quite fond of an open bottle It often gets too hot lor him in the city whereupon he tells his wife that he must go down to Man hattan Beach lor a few days but in variably forgets where he intended to stop and lands In Coney Island where things of course are always very very cool So he talks and so he lives till his wile roes and then he Is very much in despair grieves excessively and tells his friends that his last light has gone out but in less than six weeks hell strike a match Friend beware ot the hypocrite Hell do tbee harmAn Medicine for La Grippe George W Woitt ol South Gardi ner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grippe and have taken lots of trah ol no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grippe have all left me I congratulate the man uficlnrts ol an honest medicine For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m What is Missed The man who advertises only once in a while does not get the lull value of his advertising Neither he nor his business ever benefits rom the cumulative value of publicity His each announcement may bear some fruit in proportion to its Individual value but one absorbs nothing of the good wrought by the other His firm name Is not kept constantly before the people It is not unremittingly impressed upon consumers Hence he is in a measure a new advertiser every time he advertises I A rich lady cured of her deafnsei and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10 ooo to his Institute so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the tar Drums may have them iree Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 784 Eighth Avenue New York Married by a Phonograph Binghamton Y Feb 28There was a novel and romantic wedding IB in the town of Union when Mist Estelle Rockefeller of Chicago was married by means of a phonograph to H Allen Bush of West Point Ky thereby overcoming strict quarantine and being wedded on the fixed day for the nuptial ceremony Miss Rocdefeller and Mr Bush had planned to be married on February 20 at the home ol the brides sister In New York Miss Rockefeller came East fur that purpose stopping for a brief visit with friends In Union but no one diphtheriaI conceived was the idea ora phonopraphlc wedding He procured a clergyman and two phonographs Into one of these the ministers questions and Bushs ans wers were recorded The cylinders were then transferred and the machine sent to the resfdenc of the bride When set in motion she answered the questions performed by one machine into the mouthpiece of the other and the ceremony was complete Legal authorities declare the mar riage perfectly binding Mrs C H VanDeusen of Kil bourn Wis was afflicted with otoni ach trouble and constipation for a longtime She ass I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are fur sale at 7 Wayne Griffin Broo drug store Price 25 cents Samples free m Two girls at Binghamton N Y Rose and Florence Esha are twins and they look so much alike that they cannot be told apart They were the brides at a double wedding n few days ago and In a mistaken spirit of fun they changed places just before the ceremony or say they did and being dressed exactly alike no one knew the difference till later The trouble came when both girls claimed the same man presumably the more de sirable one and now no one knows exactly whos who or whod whose This modern Comedy of Errors has at last advices not been cleared up Successful Farmers A young farmer begins what he at the tired thinks his life work will be but the hot suns of summer or the low price 01 produce or the effects of some devasllng storm change his mind and he regrets his choice Such men can not succeed in lite They lack fixedness oi purpose and resolution to our mountdiQJculties The young tarmer whose first planting of corn is eaten up by the cut worms or is swept away TheMalcin DhtbEbd CoffeeBegins the growing Anywhere between the plantation r and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLESI Roasted Coffee i buys much more than a cents worth of quality and i strength pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you coffeesIBe sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles- In each ponnd Mttcagaof Arbacklr Ttouted Coffee there la a lilt of article With each packact In which the List ta found the bytIntnature on the VUUM li to be eat out and returned to oar Notion Dept You should MO this LIlt Address all communlcallona to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY r 0U1 to Joel 0d 4I Mil e Joel Joel to a rn a Chills Afoe j THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill TonicThe formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics arc imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You arc not experimenting when you take Grovesits superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections the United States No Cute No Pay Price Soc by a road or basted by drouth will I succeed in spite of these things if be would succeed at all Great benefit I to character is derived from misfortune I The farmer who takes a pride in his leaning has the surest guarantee to win in the first and last place Pride Its exhibited in good barnes and good fences in well kept stock and good crops This is not the pride that goes belotc H fall but the pride I of merit I The moral Ted of success upon character is as great as the effect ol failure but in a contrary direction Success strengthens the will failure I weakens it Success inspires confix dence failure destroys it Succes elevates failure depresses i I Headache often results from a disordered condition of the stomach and constipation oi the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these dig ordeis and cure the headache Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m IWouidnt Sign The editor ofa paper printed in a thriving little town only a few miles from Iowa City was asked the other day to publish an article roasting a citizen Certainly he said to the caller what shall I say He was furnished with an outline of what was wanted and wrote an article which was a fchorcher Thats splendid j exclaimed the friend delighted when islfo in of A of the article was read to him thats all right said the editor lets see what are your initials Good heavens said the citizen you are not going to sign my name to that Why notlasked the editor I wouldnt have anyone know I had anything to do with that for the world I cant afford to get into n scrap WIll my neighbors The editor sinl r benevolently and sail Why shun I mix up In a scrap that doss nrt con crrn met Why should you expect tit to assume the blame for the public thin of an article to which yim art afraid to sign your name f The man stopped Ins papa and went away OladIowa City Republican Much pain and uneasiness is caus by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tflblers Buckeye Pile Ointment cute s the most obtttinate case Price AO cents in bottles tubes 750 J H Williams m There are ten things fir which no one has evtr yet been sorry For doing good to nil For ape + king evil of none For hearing before judging For thinking before speaking For holding an angry tongue For Sing kind to the distressed For asking pardon lor all wrongs For being pMlent toward every body lIar stopping the ears to a tale bear er Perdlshrlteving ilirrpotta f v v 1VvtD WOJll WINE or mil1I0Dway to premalnre rraTea lit Mitchell wefail declining in health when Wine pedonnedawoDdduleareI nice of falling of the womb Inteorrbaaand profnu mraitniatlon The weekly appearance of the mall ror two months physlalofCardulexperience ought to commend WIno of Cantor to women In words of burning eloquence WINEOiCARDm U within the reach of all Women who try It are relieved All your drurslst for a tl bottle of Wine and do- DO take a substitute U tendered you Mn Willie Mitchell SonlhOtiton N 0tWine of Ctrdnl lOci TnedronT thick frranahthate a mlnouloca cure In mr eau I had beta a mil eurtrer with falling or the womb and Ieaeornoa and my mane came week jar two months and were hatbind Induced me to lrIMlorJCardat and Blncknnniht and now the louoor there bra dlupMared sad 1 am reitored ta perfect health midV2wda1 Tietbsttaaoolaaeon OJ mIIWlO mT onto cowsty ClrcaltCourtwTOwenJadgJERowe r Attornry Uwentburo TII Ulick JalUr 8A Amltnnn Ctirk Kowan lIulbrook tllOlr Com mUiloneri 0 B Likens Traitee JUT Fnnd H T Stevens Sheriff Hartford Deputy 8herlBl U Mocker T IL tUnton J II Tajlor WII a Tlaiby rCourtfOuIAt11oDdldlabt rr3 anti ift Moadajr In Slay sad Noremher two weake County Coart J 1 rUIN Jnd el 18 RRR tad Clerk i U L llearrla 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