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Mf J I i TIEHARTIDRD1 i f1FiffihiiIAN r J jr J r Fine Job Wok a Specialty ornciAC ORCM or THE PARK IITII rjmTB coiimssiom DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL X11I HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 3 1901 No 41 TheDrllqIst Knows Ills Ille- BtSI After having a mishap I raftered 1 UngerinJreeugtiwrites Mrs Corn Brooks of Martin Franklin County Georgia Last spring I got ng anything an4 r I husband went to the drug store arid called for Wine of C and the marr cbant recommended Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription to he bought one bottle I n to take it u in the pamPhlet wrapped around the bottle Alme due was eMail with to take Dr Pierces Golden MedtcafDitco and FOr- te PrcscsjflIon alternlltelYtand Dr Pleasant on every morning Mr Brooks went back to time drug store and the Golden Medical Discovery and I took It at directed rough led me at once and I tgan auitlcsi114 lamalso was i J mOIr lN Yll t i M L REAV BIN Attorney at LawI HARTFORD KY Will pnutlr bb prohMlnn la all tt mart of Ohio sad arilnUtn eusaUeo 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nndOonrtol Appob HpKlat atuntlon KIn a to I JOHN P MORTON ATfORNEY AT LAW- KTrCtRUIT 8p Hal tttratlon giren to all hailiuM tntt4 to hta row omnlaemrtbou 4cM BARNETT f ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY VUIpnctlrabtiprofcMlon In all the court ol Ohio and adjoining 0 DpMliil ttraUm will bt Rlnn to all luulncM entnwlnl to hi oro Collection a i JaUy EJVNEAL L Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wilt pra tie hli prolwwlon In All the rondo ol Kentucky Special Iftotdcollectlone t if enM I r JrlmloM pwtlwT OUk pUln Clrlffln block JS R WEDDWG COVUSEIQfAtLAWI otI Ohio and adjoining coqntlm undlk Court ot Ap l Dealt rrompt attention given to nil bnilnoM 5 entrtuted to him Uteri la llirirsUCA bnllUlig R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hi protewlon In al tlaand diolnlnZoOIflhiS Notary ft I Southern Railway Ihr nah El bt tloit Bootb rntftta KENTJJCKVTEN ESSEE South CAROLINA ALAUAMA VIR GINIA North OAHOLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 8453 UllM Tbrq Dally Train Detwxn Lonlt Tlllt and Lexington Ulnenatlon Cbalr Can TtttlaalSY0 acriD Loutnilila from Hinnth Btrtrt Union Depot eonnectIi wllh trelaipttht Illlpoli Contral Railroad and jill Btv L RJI1 ForlnlormatloBaildrMa 4 n mf A WUOnlV A l41h AroVJrfinUVnle Wll If TlTLOC Awlitahid A LonUrllI 1 blllBtooW I I I LINCOLNS BODY MOVED I Taken from Temporary Vault and MonumentICasket Not Opened The remains ol President Abraham Lincoln were returned to their rest ing place in tbe tomb of Lincoln Monument in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield III last week The removal was witnessed by a crowd of 5 K people Including many reprw n tntive IlllDOUans Tbe annouucernenl was made two we kttJljO tjiat the transfer would be made but only to tbe represeutatlves of the press and those directly concerned The G v ernor Stte officers Senator and Re prtstntativrs ueie lit Into the sectet but many others wee preient Tbe iemiuit of LILCI4II Mis Lin coin their three children and one grandchild Robert T Lincoln son Abraham were taken from the crypta In tbe monument vault on March roo 1900 and pliced in It temporary vault built ol store and cement a lew yards horn the base if the manu iiiett The monument was taken down and entirely rebuilt In much btttrr condition than it was belore and raised 31 Ireland 9 inches giving it better ptopoitlon andappearance The icmalns were all rrtutned tu their farmer places all but the martyred President a being placed In crypts in the vanlt Lincolns casket was replaced in the maible Micopha gus in the vestibule Immediately in hunt of the vault and rcni4lnsin full view through the grated lion dor There was no ceremony whatever The only approach to It was when the Lincoln Guard of Honor composed of Springfield citizens who organized tp proteL the remains soon alter an attempt was made to steal the body some years ago and the trustees composed of tbe Governor State Treasurer and State Superintendent formed in open ranks in front of the vault door and stood with uncovered heads as tbe casket was borne through to the interior and the laying of bouquets ot red and with carnations on the casket by three grandsons ot the President sons ot Edward D ICs oiSpringflcid AK the casket was raised from the temporary vault by means ol a swing- Ing craneevery man present removed his hat and ttuod with bowed head while the outer box was being re moved The red cedar bug covering the lead casket was noC removed but the remains as thus enveloped were lowered Into the sarcophagus The I newI1paptr withdrew aud the crowd was pemltl to pass in The casket was edI ed and those who hart hoped to get glimpse of the features i f tbe Presi dent were disappointed The bodies were masler ted In the following order E Iward infant son William who died at the age ofu Thomas or Tad who died ir Chi cagia In July 1871 Abraham son of Robert T Lincolu who died iDge ol 18 in London Mrs Ltncoln lnd President Lincoln Tbe work began at 2 oclock and it was 430 before Lincolns body tad been replaced in the tomb Many cameras were focused on the scene and people curled away boards and splinters and pieces ol stone as relics The only relative present were Ed I ward D Ktys and family and A S Edward and family Mrs Keys is a I relative of Mm Lincoln EilIwards is a DI phew of IIn onWiue aflirdi a natural healthful remedy acting doscswillIto operate without any aid whatever Price 50c m S S I CF1AThe Kind You Have Always Bought j Boars the I Signature of J5ttff M In Memory J II Magan On the evening ottbe5tbol April19tH the death angel visitti the home ol Mrs Rebecca Mugiin and claimed lor IU own John 11 Ma im John was tick about fit teen months and conaed to his bed most all the time lie bare his suf ferings with patience and seemfd at all times to ba submissive to his Masters will and ready to answer his call at any moment John was one of Ohio counties best teachers jnst starting out in lila with a bright Suture and if he had been permitted to spend a few more years on earth no doubt but what be would have made his tnaik high John was a young man with high asperationa and bis talk and steps were always lor good and for the betterment of humanity To know him was only to love him Just aI lew moments before he pissed away he called his mother to him and said to her that he wanted to tee her tat the last time and In a few more moments be would cross over on the otherI shoreIn that home there Is a vacancy that can never be fillet Around the fire side there Is an empty chair A chair that was filled by one who uls waysgreeted everyone with a smile anti loving words Words are to treble to carry consolation to the hearts bereaved by the death of this young man lint John is only sleep anltelIlonndS anJ all the bless of God will be per muted to walk the golden streets of the new Jerusalem Dear friends do IB j6hsL has done make peace with God and live for Jesus so that when the great judg merit morn shall dawn you will be permitted t0 sit at the right hand ot God A FRIEND IFor Whooping Cough Asthma Bronchitis or Consumption no medi clue equals Ballards Horehound Syrup Price 25 and 50 eta m Trust Those Wbp Have Tried- I suflered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Ely s Cream SaTin seems even to do tbatOscar Ootrom 45 Warren Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 59 Warren St New York OA 19 T O 3ET I A lean 0 lIe Kind Yen line AlwrjfewM UIof I COMMISSION ORGANIZED Worlds Fair National Board Elects Officers and Gets in Shape for Work ExSenators Thomas H Carter is president of the Worlds Fair National Commission ex Congressman Martin H Glynn vice president and Mr Joseph Flory of St Louis secretary The following are the various committees of the commission I Judiciary Ez Senator Ltndsarex Senator McBride ex Senator Thurs tonExecntiveEznSeuatnr Carter ex official member Mr MillerMr Betts Mr Scott and exCongressman Allen Arbitration ExSenator ThufsUm exCongtesaAllesar Plan and scope Ex Senator McBride Mr Bttts Mr Mills exSena tor Lindsay and ex Congressman Glynn The furrgoiug is the result of ac executive session ot the national commissionThe was an informal con ference and discuction of the work ahead ot the commission the plan and scope of the work the selection of a site and the distinctive features of the exposition Different members of the local organization tere pres ent at different times Gov Dockery and Mr W H Thompson being among others who hated in the dis cussion In a general way the question of a kite was considered at length While it will be In order for the local organization to take the initiative in this matter the commission will be the final arbiters and they are giving much thought to the subject It wan admitted that no site that could be selected will give satisfaction to everyone concerned and that there will doubtless be some displeasure ex pressed no matter what their decision may he For this reason it was thought best to get the matter out of the way as soon as possible and it may be expected that the low tion of the exposition will be among the first things disposed ot both by the local organization and the na tional commission The opinion prevailed also that in respect to the general scope of the Fair too much attention be gtven to mechanical and clectrlcar I displays though these should have tbe proper amount of attention t- lit was thought a better plan to more attention to ethnological than any Worlds Pair has previously done An exhibition of all the tribes of American Indians was suggested as well as representa tives of all partially unknown peo plea The races in thr Philippines including the Sultan of Snln and his subjects were thought to be the kind of material which would attract most attention Other questions of like character were included lu the dis cnbsion The meeting adjourned shortly before 6 oclock without an nouncing any definite program to be followed up tbe next meeting to be subject to tail The local organization will probably not complete the work ot electing offl cers for a nnmberof days Mr Wil liam H Thompson Is expected to spend the latter part of this week in the East and it Is bellexed a meeting of the board of directors will not be called until his return A prominent member of the finance committee rtated last night that the meeting DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Yoll Pumps GUARANTEED THE BEST IIaalo Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Cl1on McHeiiry Mfg JJ Mack Con McHonry Kyje l 1 f j JC t I woelrt not be held this week at least I andpeihaps not until the latter part of rfext week Nothing has ever been prcduced to eqrisl or compare with Tablets Buck eyePil Ointment os curative and healing application for Piles Fissures bllkd and bleeding external or In taiI1and Itching and Bleeding of thtRectnm The caucus immediate and cute Infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 eta m ill r Curea nnrrr Blood 1oUon Enilni Norn Ulcera Lontajtolh iIulOTr3 U Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deepstated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used If j ou have blood poison pro ducing ulcers bone pains pimples arnicas patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheumatism orof fcnslve form of catarrh scabs and scules deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sores swellings lumps per olstent wart or sore tike Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the wont case alter everything else falls Botanic Blood Balm I B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sole heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 39 years Sold at drujf stores l pet large bottle A tel ii treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Allans Ga Desciibe trou be and free medical advice given un til cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mer cury as so many advertised remedies dor but is composed ol Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 testimonials oi cure by taking DB B Biliousness is a condition charac terized by a disturbance the organs The stomach it debilitated the liv r torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains in the bowel dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undigested or partly digested load and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbance of the stomach and create a healthy appe the They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate tbe bowels Try them and are certain to be much pleased with result Per sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Into each life some ruins must tall Wise people dont sit down and bawl Only fools suicide or take td flight Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at night Ask for druggist a- in Memory of Little Noble Miller a A ton loved and a brother dear Ilai Jnit been called Iron earth so dreary Deen cilltnj to hit tweet Und ol flower Been called by that iveet Savour ol Dan So toyed wa that little boj to ioU Dj parent kindred friends and all That atn perhaps would almost ay That Jesus tbonldnt hay called hint Awajr nat parent brother sister and tchool MtMdear Sweet Jnu knows not how to err Some cau for calling him be bad Perhap to make the angel glad Perbap to cant omt erring boy To tarn from ala and Ill enjoy Perbap to rae eome teboolmat dear To turn to ChrUt who ar near Sometime It malt cannot be That hb swat Sara no more wi tee lint we 0107 say thy will he done Thong It take from n tbb predoui one Pear parent for him lOll should not grieve For to Heaven hi ba gone you meat believe flo when you tea bb little toys =Jnit think ol all hb bearenly jnya And when yon think of bie sweet imlle Andtuney you hear your preclon child ConoUuonnell by saying tblo- lnBOa to heaven where all In bill Remember Cbrltt bath said to thee That whererer fotit treanr yonr heart shall be Oh have you not trearar In heaven Then b your heart to Jen given Now all who loved little Noble dear Try toioieachother here And try each day your Chrlit to love That you may have a home above W know not when shall com oar time For flower are pinch on every clime Borne ant beginning to decoy lilt this dear boy In await childhood days WS v Beware of a Cough A cough is not a disease bnt a symptom Consumption and bron chitis which are the most dangerous and fataldlseases have for their first indication persistent cough and if properly Treated as soon as this cough appears ara easily cured Chamber lains Cough Remedy has proven wonderful successful and gained its wide reputation and extensive sale by its success in curing the diseases which cause coughing II ft is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sole by Z Wayne Griffin Bro r Was Alive in Her Coffin Chattanooga Tenn April 29 Mrs Prank Marlow came to life while lying In a coffin in a room where the funeral services being held at bebote at Merriinac near Hunts villa Ala The room was full ofI friends and tbe preacher was about toI begin his remarks when the supposed corpse which was lying in plain view attire mourners gaiped and drew along breath It was found that the body WAS warm and that there was aJteble pulse A physician was sen- tforand for more than an hour Mrs 1 L = I DAN GROSVENOR SAYS Peruna is an Excellent Spring Catarrh RemedyI am as Well as Ever I HON DAN i GHOSYESOR OF TIlE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY non Dan A Groavenor Deputy Auditor for the War Department in a letter wrlttenfrom Washington DC says Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derIved from one bottle of Peruna One week has brought wonderfu changes and 1 am now 03 well as ever Besides being one of th very best spring tonics It Is an excellent catarrh remedy leo respectfully Dan A Orosvenor lion John WiUlamsCounty Commissioner of C17 West Second street Duluth Marlows relatives and friends te lleved that she would live She re gained consciousness but died in a short tITbe services were con tlnuedqmjtlie body was interred in Maple Hill Cemetery Mrs Marlon died of colic- Mothers of good judgment and ex penance give their little ones Rocky Mountain Tea this month keeps them well35c Made by Madison Medi clue Co Ask your druggist Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near Small house the present season ol 1931 and will serve mares at 6 oo to insure a mare with foal Money due when facts are ascertained or mare trans ferred Black Diamond is tJ hands high a beautiful black with mealy points four years old and owned by P M Allen Smallhouse Ky 3Stf p Try the new remedy for costiveness Chamberlaiua Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaran teed Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m THE WORK OF WOMEN EXTENSIVE EXHIBITS TO BE MADE AT THE EXPOSITION AehleTementi ot Women Will fle Shown Side by Side With Tlione of Men at tbe PunAmerican Hand ante Balldlnir For headquarter With a view to baying the scope of the lanAmerlcan Exposition as broad as possible anti to Interest the thou sands of women In tho Americas In the enterprise a loud of Women Mann gers was appointed conslstlns of 35 representative women of HufTalo I In addition to this the governors of tho states and territories were asked to nominate two women each to oct as honorary members of the Womens Board these nominations to be ratlflvd by the Board of Dlrectorsof the Expo sition Tbe same request was made of tho other PanAmerican countries As a result of this request from tire Exposition more than 30 states have honorary members of the Womens Board and several PanAmerican coun tries are also represented The work of the honorary members supplements that of tho local Board which lies been divided Into committees and Is now do- Ing effective work for the Exposition A distinctive pOint In tire plan of the exposition Is that tbe various Indus trIos conducted by women are to be represented by exhibits In the different buildings where they way properly be placed so that the achievements of women will be shown side by aide with those of men This Is tUctlrst Exposl tion In this country where such a plan has been followed and second It Is laid In the world Tbe same arranRu ment was followed post successfully at the Parts Exposition- It Is In cooperation with the various divisions of the Exposition and with the committees of the Mens Board of Directors that the Board of Women Managers oftlic PanAmerican Exposi tlon Is to a largo extent to work The following committees pointed Executive EntertAlnmenllj and Ceremonies Vine Clubs and Organizations Publicity and Promotion and Applied Arts Tho ma lortty of the members of each committee belong to the lioard of Women Managers but In a few Instances ap pointments have been made outside taklnc In those especially adapted to carrying out the work of the Womens Board To the committee on Entertainments and Ceremonies falls the I r14 Pleasant waIL u luuaiug alter um w Iclal affairs of the Womens Board to and during the PanAmeri can Exposition arranging entertain merits of various kinds for the hon orary members of the Board who visit Buffalo and also entertaining many prominent women who are to be In tho city during the Exposition months Alarge number of conventions of wo men are to be held In Buffalo during the Exposition but the Womens Board will not In any way be connected with tbe conventions although the commit tee on Entertainments and Ceremonies will doubtless entertain many of tire officer and other tUstlngnlahed members of the various organizations meet lug In the city PanAmerican year The women of Buffalo have In several Instances extended Invitations to lead lug womens organizations to hold their conventions In Buffalo during the Exposition and with the desire to offer every courtesy possible the com mittee on Entertainments and Ceremonies will doubtless do a great deal to make It pleasant for the visiting women during their stay In Buffalo The committee on Fno Arts of the Womens Board In cooperation with a Similar committee from the Mens Hard of Directors will assist the JI rector of Floe Arts In arranging for a Tcpretentatlvo exhibit at Buffalo of the tvork of American artistsI THE HOME GOLD CURE 1 An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkardanre Doing Cured In Spite of ThemselvesDallyI No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat I lug this poison and destroying the craving for intozatants SuQerers may now pure themselves at home without publicity or loss cf time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of Inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this worderlul discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunk Irillbtedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is I I eo skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to tbe taste BO that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with out theknowledjje of the person tak ing it Thousands of drunkards hnve cute themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more havebeen j cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered loving friends and relatives byI their knowledge in coffee or tea believe today that thinking of their own tree will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading iruprovement Drive out the diseaseat once and lor all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual tharf others cost Ing 26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on rrcelptoloue dollar Address Dept j I B Giles and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidt entlal t 1 Minn says the following In regard toI Peruna t As a remedy for catarrh lean cheerfully recommend Pernna I know what it la to suffer from that terrible disease and I feel that lii my duty to speak a good word for the tonlo that rurisIcure any sufferer from that dlseaae MIss Mattlo L Guild President Illinois Young Peoples Christian Temper ance Union tn a recent lettn from Chi cago 111 says I doubt ItPeruna has a Hvel la all the remedies recommended today for catarrh of the ayHem A rtmedy that will cure catarh of the stomach will cure the tame condition of the mucous membrane anywhere I have found It the bet remedy I hare ever tried for catena and believing It worthy ay endorsement Igladly accord It- MrsElmerFlemlngoratorof flourvolr Council No 108 Northwestern Le gion of flq9rpfjpppapou Wins vritcsfrorn SBSSJolk atreetNEj t havebrentr- onblod all my life with catarrh In my head I took Pernna for about three months and now think I am per manently cured I believe that for catarrh In all Hi forms Poruna la the medicine of theago It cures when all other remedies fall I can heartily recommend reruns ao a catarrh remedy The spring la the tlmo to treat ca tarrh Cold wet winter weather often retards a cure of catarrh It a course of Purnua Is taken during the early spring months tIre cure will be prompt and permanent There can be no failures If Pernna la taken Intelligently during the favorable weather of spring As a systemIc catarrh remedy Pernna r eradicates catarrh from the system I wherever It may be located It cures ca r tarrh of the stomach or bowels with the lamecertAinty as catarrh of the head For a free book containing valuable advice on the causes and treatment of catarrh address The Pernna Medicine I Co Columbus Ohio IInnd TIle Discoverer of SwampRoot at Work la nil laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep byItheart 2 kidneyIvance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albums BrlghtsDieateDr Kllmers SwampRoot the new die covery fs the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after nil other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sen free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer U Co Binghamton N Y sad mention this paper TAPEWORMS A tape worm eighteen fact long at lout came on the scene alter mr taking two CASCAUBTS This I am sure bu caused nor amataking01 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make weak men 9strong All drugglsU50oorll Cure ruanut teed Qooklet and sample free Addnsa V Sterling Iteoedr Ca Cblcafo or New York Lookt AHIllch In Tim BaTMnln Haahet Tonic ftat plant ta loon In sarlr sprint and Fall ChlU Dengnt an4 Malarial K ten Attn on the Urer tone lip th system hatter thai talomllla Quinine Contain no Arsenic try It At Vnc flu MoandSloOboltln ej iII T w 1 e Hartfod RepubileanI- iILJV MAY J LU kOUEK Idlle ==ov zT 3- c Io S lsvrFMjt b tktHalftrSPS oJ ef mml ztrztfrd pntffu UzH41Ugll1tJ REPUBLICAN TICKET ter Krpmntnttrr ALJII N nEEITf- ortUD7 Jsd ro guGLkPI For ea ly r rl rtrrk 1111 ACltX- nrrf nMtjr AUoa fl LIICAVHIX Far Sbrrlll fAL rKEOWX- r rUt ool npirJutrdnI JAHEH DEWIXUK- r rJ llrr THOMAS II BIJtCK rrraAMMMr LOWE rrSrr7 r JUHt II WOOD rrCrrB- L3 L OAT11 n DrmI m ff sa FOB MAUIKTKATES- BCOSD WHTIUrT If Aft itbzisi4 to aiiowe H B Taylor Araa4H4a Jet IIc1IU th the ere 41 allJlotrlct ictte1lot ttloa ft10 partr- If a iitbttzid to aL 4 liro Wlforlln A a 4Wt JOT luwtP Is 11ot Crew- 41ijtti oltrlct W4i 0 tO stUOl of tb- nIvbSk p11HInD DtSTBtCT Wr mrr aMbotlvi to IoLo JOIlt M GRAHAM A a nD4Mu tor Uadttntehi tW iitok l rteP Kcokrtel DIoutf sibmI Io ebe 0 atw JUV SIXTH WSTEKT We or aibrtie4 to aaMiw w p KEXnrn MJ s a aMal tr sg1ttatr tIf11AIIturlitnW UUtrtrt nbKt l0 tM ctISO of tbd tktoo t1J KEVESTH lUSTBIfT W are antboriMd to UMMM- VI BERBT LUMY AiO6IdatlfoY1114StXt In tkt Iletpor1 IK1t3I IJ3itJfrt ubjtt 0 M tiol uC th- iJrpobUtfl parts RUMORS ETC It Is n very common occurrence in this country for men to neglect their own business and busioets affairs tit attend to their neighbor buiineu unatked and uusoughl ibis IB invaribly gratis work given tuber from tbe feet that be isa proff etkma tatler or bu been dealt with unkind ly by nttnr It baa been cur lot jut the jut two Tears to be ergtgnJ il j unisiittc work with HoeD t for or contemporary woo koottc n4iae Kose of honor or right ocr jattke to maIl During tbe recent Repvbliea primarr or atoctate ediur JIi Pen Roger wbo wsi a candidate lor County Judge before Ibat primary was made the object of an nnbolj and diabolical oonipiracr by Hebe Matthew under tbe anoojmou xime A G Benton1 As editoi of the Hartford Hrroif be attacked the party which we hold dear and t which every Kentucky lUpublicai holds dear In his vain endeavor tu panuade tbe R puWk ns to vot againit Mr Rogers be assailed the party be repreteoli in this manner He reprrsnU that element oi Ken tucky Republicanitni which ii not on IT OdI93 lint dangerous Tbii un called for and idldic attack upon thi young man wt wholly cutoi place S and tbe party repudiated iu The party wisely refuted to accept A G Mattbewi u iu dictator After bit fint efTjrt bad tailed tbi character antssiu bent un advUioj tbe Ohio oouoty IlepuLHcaor and K lecling the partys candidates Iran farmed birnseI laW the pertonage of a non tzutmt A U Benton and agaIn profit ltd to iujuociion to the followers oi tbe Republican crota de nanding ai a Republican that they coneider well before making up their wind and at the tame time ueailin most thameiully tbe character of the man who by his conduct ai editor of TUB RKftiiUCAX bad won tbe illwill and eternal hatred of tbis inebriate and character astaseio Having beet defeated in bit purpose having beet caught in tbe meet infamuui act that human depravity can conceive of and exposed to tbe eober aud righteoui citizens at a wan destitute of any sense ofgoodznoraleor decency baying been proven an assaeeiu ol ctiarac ter and beld up before man at a doer and promoter ot deeds unapproached in tbe regions beiow for baseness of IUrjOH ill view of ibee things we are not surprised that A G Matthews buuld conceive of create aud circu le Ibat which a gentleman would era that which the ICJOd Book leackf ui to abau from in baim to detest Mr Rvgerr From Ben tona weekliug of Wtdne lay we take tbe folluwin- gAIit a mOt axe a dpat dtv- ai4t t lrIFo tIocv Ui vItbdra- vtra 04oJ IL IrpCbS tkt It Is- k atkowijlsthowta vuill Lay bIpd r 11 r I UUIo It ia U Mi tI- I III- l1o1wlucall4l4a vhOi- I rrrord VM Hot UlllM vltk tW nwpjfcw- j EM trtt tmtttrr at lad ilul M o1oeWotIIOJ I tbf MM4M I tbl4in t etfTfM I tbi Mrss tepIhP PFt Ei1taI of 1onoIappmibed vi the siblid tcs- Ik Cowl lMr IliaC ud Uoutt at be rraoralet I Sir flu at tb 1tlaieL I Mat I k1M1 atapart7 at ewho ts41 Ma NUoa r that am for ktmi4 h 4i t ale a cantiMVUI fci bfT Mr llftkra fforkft ca tW tnrktkit lot m t ztto rn tlot toplb tJctft azj no ruttrr WM Odty tiroxkM to Mr no ftI ud It If uM lot took tk proiocMoi IU aa air 01 dHUwv u4 vntk 1tIncun to toM kta w aMte mootm that by a the iir to taT ad txl cot wttSdrsw Ii fartof aa7body II- to ftie riIidatdst aid iii qaSta nra tin lotteaun14 tm ao U liKflrrt with WerueL TIle ImsocnU almmt M4 tMr UMtk They rrt iMrtu It ha rWI toe boalds Is WtUell Mr non to withdraw Tk lutljntor ci- hI mraaLt boirr Iaally pnp their dartaktrgtIdeitly tOTa4 t mat the ttuC a tad tta or a1ra u4 11710- aJlbo via heanflj haadksped by the odlia rha top4isr Every true Republican in Hartford and in Ohio county knows that the above is a malicious lie of A G BeD ton origin No Republican enl liked or suggested to Mr Rogers that he withdraw from the race The re raovel of Mr Rogers was never diJ timed by tbe Republicans and wi never beard of until Mr Matthews the author 01CA G Benton lug gntt it in tbe Berald DEMOCKAI ALMOST HELD WEIR BREATO THE WERE IEAEFUL LEST TBE REPLBLICA- BOtSES SHOULD 8COCEED Kf GETTI5 O ME ROGERS TO WITHDRAW This ii batBenton tajs about it after Mr- I Rogers is tbe nominee of the party p But this was not said in good faith He knows that it is a falsehood and knew it wben be told it Before the I primary election every partiun Dew ocrat fought Mr Rogers They talkedabout him worked against him on the day of tbe election The fferoft SCRIBE was not latufie wi b maligning the character and Handing of Mr Rogers over tbe name of Heber Mattews he thought that- I some thing else might be aiM or dose p that would be very damaging to the man be bated hence be formed a rankling ooaKtien with the imagina- ryl IfA G Benton and one W H Holt to attack the cbaraoter of Mr Rogers from tbe retreat which A G Benton offered In the name of this hypothetical creature they eon jointly brought personal charge against this young mans character charges which were calculated to do him incalculable injury charges if true would have defeated and blatted his b1t charge which tbeM ssei toIman wbocu God bu never created The poiitkn asHiMed by tbe lead era cf the Democratic party in the RepnUieaa primary against the now iaalioa of Mr Rogeri and the cocrpi racy of Matthews and Holt to blacken tbe character of this yoon mud defeat him as they hoped w do orands every utterance of the above article ai use The actions ef the Herald and the party It fpeAker do not warrant any of the assertions above quoted WHO IS THE NEGROS FRIEND The letter of Rev Mr Diane io cr daj lUrrwJCAK IweU worthy of I fUr attention He cites buto cal ifutefacu which have exitted HOC of the Negro race to j ttiu ixKintry three centuries ago The cnkred people hue had very meager upportunitiec oflertd them and the alvancezaent it pretest in tbe Sjutfa it very discouraging Mwt Southern Slate have dinjualififd theoolorei j wan from exerciiing tbe elective frac cbUe guaranteed him by the Coned tution of tbe United titatts and those that have not already are making rapia progref al ng this line and the day ii not far distant when tuSrac will be denied the colored race as a people in tbe South and Middle South The 6ght bas already com menced in Kentucky It is being ag itated by a man advising aud educate ing many voters along a pjliiica line We have never teen any thing so vicious and bwtil toward tbe col I articleTb ored people anywhere as the following I viM fntrtiottK rrOTtM Iaol Kmorkjr era entoit to MMtrv- ltb ITOVrrMMCt ii ha OMUM WMHfc iw aid htisfter aad Iha are giag 4 Irg- Iiaworrajniiir U aid p4ilidra tatoil Iooe ofOijE crromU aan7 anaid their atett aid haixrr W have iie to a3IIat I ullIiiciI vith atto- IoraM aid a aaoi uu vM4oc aid rsd4asdsd KOMUbwrn Tbt tnttt fur sprseaiey U kkwit orrr aid tb nod wW proi lo tkl Mat M 111a other Mate that otf tlcP tfoftt vbo ira cptW ol ou- 4gonniit ba W i+tmlttri tu mrm This it a Kentucky Verne tra fait ing about the condition of aflairs in Kentucky We are advised that the truggle for supremacy is aboul over and tbe cud will prove in Ken tucky as it baa iu other Sjulber Slates Woodson advises tbe negro Ito for itIbe thing it coming land we multtadmit that the trend ol events now point that way Nothing eeemt impossible for a Kentucky leg Ulature to do It can pass laws du franchiiing tbe whole Stateboth racei and they might with half Uu tJtrgy scpptMi tb colored your and agaiu throw him ia duel A Ken tucky legislature can declare the dee fated ehcftd nod tie electro defeat ed and it ia sanctioned and aJIIrrnod and it jou oljfCt aLd pntwt agaiof ibis revolutionary lrJttdure to your Democratic neighbor be tiuilt and asks you what am you going to ilo about itita done uuder tbe form i of law The courts approve it by reI fusing to calla ball ui Iand you are forced to exclaim with Sbaketpear Oil litrmttt than art S4 U brntlk bnm aid on kar hot their rruoattr- Woodtou said it would be and hi rtTtreotJyae1koowledge bumble amen From what the lilt two legislature have done we would cot be surprised in the event tbey tbould control tbe legislature this fill it they ihould di lranchiie the colored po pie witbin the next year We hope it may not be so but we have no I confidence in a Kentucky legitJatnr any more dominated by the rabid neelltIIY I I kiiogthe sentiments expressed by Wood fOnt above quoted It is true never thelers What would it profit you to vote for any one of tbte nominees though you were to receive a tbout I and dollars when as toon as be gets your rote asks hit Representative to j disfranchise you to pala plac log you and your children in politicalI bogdage to deprive you of yenr lib erty We submit the cue to TeruI I read Mr Diane letter and draw your owo conclusion What be bu aid is true and you may realize it too ere you are called from the walks of life p fl McCORMICKI B Mw Cormick Superintendent Western In sane Asylum bears some resemblance of a ecandakrut and infamous thns i at his private character An invetI tigaiion will in all probability rindi Cite tbis worthy young practicioner tow tbe calumny which hit enemie would cut about his good name Notwithstanding tbe fact that he was to this otition in a I balEClifed tial bearitg The fact that be hu been elevated to this high position by fi aan aboseewn political emloeaceI was attained through Iraad should not bar him from a rigbteoot investigation For the past eighteen months the reputation standing of Kentucky citizens aDdj lets of parentage or eoadovt have been jeopardized tile asaMiii of character the byI raaed agent sI tilt itamcnal Tn this feet Dr McCerafek would readily s beribc Arsorg the raany I Jtetd of Kentucky it a return from toe ragn ef the rabid partiztn tribe Mrsetefal walk ot patriotic ettizcj lot ttt cbaraelemed her put history Siaee dIe above was wntlcc we have learaed that upon the advieee- lIasjetor Hues Btctbam has diiI- LIMed Dr MeOinniek This is con j vietiao without trial bt this is the spirit which his been rampant in Ken tucky fur some time Ibis it Del only i i nojctt ltt an outrage Young Beck J barn tbonld remember tbt bit own position ii en itneed with fraud and eorreptton but itmay have been I ibis fact which prompted this act A- man tbat would pardon a convicted gambler beeaste other gamblers had justiceIsaott any thing If Dr McCenakk was guilty he thoeld line Len re i moved and punished bet be should have been beard before ivdrseat i WU pluoedIPiuxiDEST CUTBOI Venezola it attractiug iuiersalionaJ attention i just now A depleted treEorr might be termed the primary cause ef the entire trouble He it levying toot mous tats on capital banking cow panics and enterprises and when the amount demanded it refused direc i tore of banking institutions are im prisoned until the ransom it beth coming Such a court will levi tIl- t government to inevitable ruin and j the day it not fir dltaarIi I TOE Cuban CommiiHon which bu WatbingIduubtlees done n great members expressed tkemstlvet at be ing pleasedwiib tbe treatment reviv ed by the State Department official tIt it bought that a fur and correct i Understanding of tbe administration I position toward tbe Cuban govern went bat reeuliedfrom tbe Commiet alone advirory visit TrustII Sonndsa little it And jet free traders are not an tigonitliclo tenets Oo the con trary their whole work at present fain behalf of the great foreign trusts And so they magiCy every American industrial combination into a trust and advocate its immediate destruc tion To this end all the free trade forces of the world have combined and form the greatest intellectual 1- UUlt on earth The Cobden Club has of course underwritten the whole q rfJ 00t- combination tied tace1u the Es bins Cab the New togland fire trade Lragu 4tbc Autlall ocr the country and the Tooley Cub 01 Boston OL courw the sGxk is Issued a pnlerred and conininn tbe com moo rtocl being ulhineu as Calvin Tcmdlcins Professors Perr and has corn U de Horace Boles ned their kind ubo write for glory while Gnu Htztrd Stevens and Henry W Lrm occupy tbe preferred position ci knowing the reason why It is expected to be a great go The raw material Ir gotten at little cost or lahnr frtia old speeches and pam phlets Bcd as tbe underwriters put up for the printing and Ibe treetrad press is glad to Lave the stuff lor edt toils filling all seems salubrious Bit the people in general do not take soy stock in the thing and the worked over output does not seem to fit the time The American people have been fooled witb these goods be tire aad wont even look at then now Tbe tract however can go on turning out its ttuS u long aa the underwriters put up but the whole tuicg can never be more thin ahcead give awayurv4orb iiwiig1 7iarrraa Ii tha tk prra lanTuate a wrest ttady lot la aM Kalenal FTn not thai eai4 sad Qataha C tail io Aravn4a tL At lint deli ta aM IIiitQttIaSt rpa Why Should It Not The Democratic organbeaYeo save that Democratic mark persis n trying that the HcKlnley admiait tratioo regatds itself with sttisftctioa Well suppose it does Hasnt it- lot several reasons why it should The country Is more prosperoui than it ever was The socp bonte as- a national issue is only a memory The strikes that are on or that are threatened ate for iccttwes ol wages nut became of reductions The very vartbat is ending was nut of the Presidents seeking It was declares against bis own with Why sbonUn the administration be astisfied with iteeliIthasthe confidence of the busl ness men of both parties Irrespective f the what the politicians uy Ki scandal attaches to its name Abroad belovedIgard itself with satisfaction Any Democratic adminltratioaun der the samecirccmturces assuredly would Philadelphia Izqniter Unless a woman eats suSeieo nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested it is the bate of an health all strength and all besnty Herbine will help digest what you eat and give you the clear brit tbeautiful skin of health Price 53 and 75cts Resolutions of Respect Whereas by the ham of Providence our true friecd Richard Motion Wfl Sums has been removed from earth u a better home in Heaven as Ire rn t Tbertlore bt it Resolved That in the deth of Richard Williams we hue lut one Jot our truest sod but friends and that those who knew blntbcit will gree with us that tbe community has tost a worthy and truly good citirtn in honest and faithful friend Resolved That we tender our deep sympathy and good wit to the family a their End bereavement Resolved That the county papers and limited wine workers Journal each be furnished a cupyol these reso dons and requested to publish same a JD SWAM 1 V P STEWART Corn S A Revcws j fey order of lodge No 89 U M- WofA A Very Remarkable Remedy- It is with a gttoA deal ol pleasure and sitUf ctio that I recommend bamberlaics Colic Cholera and lianheea Ktraedy Us Drnggist A W Siwtdle of Uartfjrd Coon uA lady cnUonitr seeing the remtdy xposed for ule on my show case satd to me I realh beleve that icdidce und my life the put sum met while at tbe shore and she be i mew enthusiastic over its merits that I it osce made up mind to le- commend it in the future Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that be sank at once to the fl Jt I gave him a dose sif this remedy which helped him 1 repeated tbe dose and in fif- tea minutes he Itlt m store smiling b informing me that be Kit as well sever SoW by Z Wyce Griffin LBro m On accoantol Elks Street Pair and frames Carnival tt P dncah May 13 to i8tb 7b I C R R will iU round trip tickets at r te ol oefsrr fur roacd trip ticxits on sale My i ijth to iSlb cord for return until May 19th S 0 VASMBTKK At Porn stifl neck these is nothing better thin i free pplxuti n of Cbm erlaina Plo Bairn I quickly re heirs tire stiSBess and nurtncss tf feting a complete cure For sale bj Z Wayne GrifSa B o m In Memory- Of lliu Bealah Coots tkaver Dim bodied April 4 191 from tint dreaded disease pctnmooia M as eaulah was ol a most pleasant and nIppy disposition and was loved by all who kntw her She studied hard to obtain an education In nrdt r to wake her life more useful to btraell aol to those around her She completed her education at Beaver Dam Seminary in the class of 98 with a great desire oi being inttrnmental in cr i t JI f aI advancing edDMlipn aciai the p o pie of oai country it was very sad to give her op just In tbebUxrn ci youth wlthr Ihe x lemn tbuuht that we cannt v rM with hti ashy mutt Ia this world tint when wemtdiuteovi this tbougkt cut fcearU leap with j y to know tt iben time sjiull be wo more mother Mrterand hiUhrr to gelber with many ttrndf will mast I sweet Bcaulab where we will never have to say Joodby V L Many a fair young child wbost pallor has pun ed tbe mother until she has suspected tightly her darling was troubled with worms has re gained the rosy hue of health with a trw does ol Whites Cream Verrai 251IProsperity in Retail Trade I Never in the history ol retailing have thtre been as many new storm in course ol construction and phoned for as at the present time Prom all parts of the country letters retch tbb office from meichants who are build tog or contemplate building new torts or reconsticcting and icfittin old stores Suggestions fur store ar rangtment and informitien as ti I where store furniture and fittings car be had from the bulk of tbe icqniriri I which teml to show that tbediy good merchants ate tally live to tke ad vantages of properly equipped storm and mean to put their bnsicessoni modern basis It also indicates tbc condition of the great mass of averag rttaitertaa raot procpfroa Tb grit five years ot the new century sill faring about agentral rtconstructioi that with put the geat tsars rt aver ige stores id line with mcdtra ideas Chicago Dry goods Reporter Two Death Penalties Danville Ky April JPr tin second time this term of court a Jel- al Boyle county cit zoos letarced I verdict inflicting the death ptttohjr sod Danville Wilt have a dubi fca flr g Such a tbiogas two vrr4tcts of- deith at one terra of eotwt Is MSWt cedrsied ia the hIstory o4 Boyle HM ty Mootzemery akowtd twMs ae the vtiditt va rtfttn TIN jecrtal opirtstMi to tkat aII was jrm The abet on die kwk alensect wiU bt good Oae rsan 0 tbcjraty kl OM Ue PJht IIrJcr tk daisy u- lading a rerwkt Am appeal may lit takenThe evidence a aaaU the aegw atlrtly djtmmttimtM Mt msmaf I ne testiy tk irai ikM the e j had treMed ilK ctiM twffly bgbet srvetelr seeri tatMos isud ama kkked ber acttisc cmOB the day tke cklK dhrf ebe wa yang in the yaHL vdl ant Btrenc UoatcMRcry cfcllcd kr an the bMKe and in a little wkfle van oat craBrj M that tbe child was dying Whet the rtcltni B ti nM the ok lid woe ot ke bed with its head towaH tbe foot Mord cotw etlwp tssrbtolj ntfSo tbre xwtarlf akbur b it woe a trIIItI tar ad was dead The i sre went 1 Uc tatber 1oet is tHMtty ibm then oowc to tke bease yfi out tile aastu ann jvptn and maCe te see the egeat The doctors ho made Ike postcmr en exnraicktfen XeflUfied that tfce mM died from a ww en tbekead 4dnhiaiotesed tot suite than twenty ar hears be4ore dentk At a Church Weddin- gSheThe groom eeems embtrras ledHeFie Is He is marrying be fjr ber money May Srasrt Stt Many a school k girl is said to iX be lazy an- d7shiftless fwhen she doesnt deserve m the least bit of it She cant study easily fails asleep is nervous and ureaall the time I And what can you expect L Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole system is suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonder fully helped and greatly changed by tak- ingAYQTZSj i SnrSaparlUD Hundreds ofthousands of schoolgirls have taken- hciurhgthep1st50ycus Many of these girls now have homes of their own They remember what i cured them and now I they give the same medi I clcetoihcirown children t You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been j centuryttIf your boTch are court J paled take Ayers Pills You cant have good beilth unless you have dally action of the bowels 21 dt tar mydypopaia KfrWo the Doctor ifToia anTconrUluwtuurtrdMlr ha test sasdirsi ttttn oa- no lrEi dooorIniy without rest di- DLJVAYLLLv1iXui I 1- =CgraairJei9Di i flee liability to dleas is greatly j le K icd wen IM Woo1 is in good con Idi toj aud thedittiltIOflhtaithylflI l vigorous Pot then all refuse matter 115 promptly carried out cf the pystem would rapidly accumulate raientitioa would tike place the blood become lJOlIatet1 anti the consU- tutiOl1 I so weakened that a simpleI malady might result seriously A healthy active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nerves Asa Mood and tonic S S S has no equal ltisthesafestandbest- rcrney for oM and children because it contains no minerals lint is made exclusively of roosand herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and cfl tua1I clearucs the blood of im it Atthbuilds ISSSpurities and reno sys At Item Itcurespennancntlyall manner I of blood and skin trou I Xr E 1 K Uj of Urbana 0 wrMt4 1 hid Z14m COD tfl7 hand aud tics to ST r 1I would bnUc out In lltu whit nonuta crtuu would teem and dropolfieantng th akin tad and Innam e did ra oo good I tiaid fttll m U tedMWpt and sslviwithoul btntat 8 8 8 ccr d ma and mi skin I U u clear and imootH u mr cnVa t Jn U1UT Stedrild of Cspe Slay N- l Z ae this twen7000 tow ut 8 n 8- Ourod l her of Canoe ci tta brad Do- niand trtcodi tbouct tar cu hop i Bicbird T Gardner = 5 C- dirrd tot vU wa be- ttJscl888 pzLutioodlncoMccn dnioa tart ta BoU dia4eazoii- Sand I for our free book and write I our physicians about year case Medical advice free THE rnrr inane co ATIAKU tx AstolbeKcjro HorroR KETTBUCAN A a repre tentative oi tbe crgto race It naturally billows that I ara very much la lerested ia the deratMn W tfeat ru and witb azlows eyes Ks ay zctboi to watts e7 move rs 4e by acjes upon qa4io el irtt 1e iajr tC04 Ike iMivcipol qtesttoc tWt woo a d is deeply agitatlog lite mis Se the white tact Mjxoally Uwe tc tbt SsoUi tor this joestlos r aesM tkr niisdi 4 udJ J1iIira1 paitj aat- indeed la U cosoty tile seat qsw 1 I wti ae iSCIZAttht levi Tbts boa eot be all is pasterns his seo tliv ru- s The DuadlUl4Iir pasty ha liwod k il0 a piboot ftIC dme U kle tUte mod smi JWI w i itbe ssmd me the uoe HIlt cwniu luds towy M asps Aown oat j btdr ttSraJF vx s tbe uftifaian 4s- i een ri the bepeonle noanb taw ax aafltofriswn Ibe OMi zft t- mLd ae A tyrtoai M eom i1ItI S Iuut no Jbt mj6e low wsa4Iet3bi etd1sate aiA in tbeat eam- I MstaesttK bat IfaemtlItItena tnoa wirb a ue pntaaei ala I low is IWitMs Cbe aces moot zide lIe ia hli4Moa iS and- tbciiot uk wieoeilin tSett M I DOIIecIIt cr that II- ateo aHry Miter a kr tsQ8aCb- j wed elle d M sLtWwg a pMt el- otoocide IIId hnit eI08fIUJ el a- I t5i s tot jwt t Mist Si tie some re- caeu released kit wrtsta el his j IHd kraekcis tot 45rits btateff a a getIeni sad EUtspil So enter a Cejura Silt elsie cradB with a while baby In i acr Irma she is alrilhl bet ii aJar J gives the wbMe baby U Ks mot cs and aueasfis to ride M a U4y sk C watt go to the lisa Croe car among the uafhs I regirt that this seems to be the r pint ot Drmocracy in the Sooth Tbty have tried every tnriciit seem to ezterraioite him Tfie ranb lass taken him leenie they could They have burned him because they west raa Ir to confess They shoot him j when they get iedy proTocitian or no proTccati n bat it stems be baa come to ste and his stay here is ye fAult otbis- Alabama stops to the froct in the South Sicce it is a tact that vet recently tbe Diaoci lic executive CMnmitte ol that State was held and in their meeting they ptwed retolu lions to the tflxt that after an ex pcrince of thiAy ets Sxdioi every necessary Ucility to qualify the negro fr tbt exercise of iricchisr it tas been demonstrated that as ice be is incapable ol selfgovern ment and the Intelligent exorcise o- tbepavtr ol rotirg And jettb South has produced such men ai Brace Iyi h P nchb ck viral Revel oil Irom tte South and ihit rues wil tat sure arms oith soy man lien is toe talutjona I ben lure in tbe Interest ol both IrC iu Alabama we Uvor the boll Ing ot a CGiutlluttonal convenlior IT the paiKMe of lejtietlrff Ihi igM to vote So fcs to perp tntt tbc ult ol toe while ce in Alabma Pint Tint the Dmtcratie ptt5 f the Stele ot Albuu in c cvtrt non awtwbrJ t diivs the act u i iravidc rI lH ho linjf it a cun titn j lnai couveblion ti revise acd nmead t e ccr ftuin ol this State app ortdj cemtct i I vj and Savors ht cjtrjiuifcut ofall Ihe provision fr s it ac- tlilihTbat we please tor faith to thy people 01 Atbnit il to dtp lye ie y white man of the Iht to vote fxci pi l ronvtcltun cl infant us clinics Nja bn Oi r ittulinaUon ventijn has been Itch and thr pro pos ZIon aiipt d by 35 o ri itmj rily In the G vrr r ol Urur u iu- en lredover the tuniC t1 the Election uLtrQIiirljcry continues to go up in tile South T V O N owfr the I Cream of Spring Goods I Ve are loaded down with Spring Goods undo cannot afford to carry a single article over By selling now we are going to I make an extra Reduction Sale in order to reduce onr stock below we give you prices on a few of our leading articles and trust you will take advantage of thorn Dress Goods Ou patterns of Dren Goods are ihe latest lad most durable that you will find in tbe city And are so nnmrrons stjles that we cjooot give prices Lat will ask you to call ande them Oar lines of Part Marital un- Colored 1 Organdiesjust tbe thing for a stylish evening diets are the mod attractive in the city See them We are showing th newest thIng out in Colored Silk all shades acd colors Prices the lowest NewWash Goods Pice Dimity small figure and stripe rejnttr JTC quality our price i5e per yard- Embroidered Liwns the newest tiller out for dresses 3qUIltty oar price only ase A regular ie quality in lancy Iou Ginbam only toe per JIrd1M Lawns an ftc qnality our price aljr Y per yard We ate snowing a brnutllul tine el Wfctte J Offered rtont qua l fty ie to ase per raid but our JWtt if enly lee to 156 Oar hills Ueens are tbe tAlk of tie tovffl a rrnl jt quality for JK ise fMHtf fir TC UHe 112111 tytwi e ise oality fir litfc 2oc fIIIIitJ W sse zy quality for aar roe 4a fcy far se- Neckties QtwX fcttea are in the latest patwtor ir aHr g eaters pioper fj1c wod sices gsua See tbeM it BY 1 In n ia to The a If a lives South no must it Tils reason Isin of T 5J Curtains Scrims Our department of Lace Curo Ulna is complete and you can get anything Iron a I oo to a 50 a pair 4Ve defy competitioncOar Scrims 8c jc for 8c Utfc for loc for liKe See j Jthis line ol you will be sure to see something you want Mens and Boys Clothing a stock to select from newest styles andnw Shoes for We cannot give yon puce here as our stock Is so but we can tare yon and you good tit and save you money We carry a large stock of Day a and Youth Clothing and do not ask yon to pay bg price as cur goods are honest arid well made and we guarantee satisfaction Mens Furnishing Goods Oar line ol Shirt cant be beat They ate all In latest and and lie can fuit you in a white Shut to loudest colois Hverythlng in 1901 style old lIata show yon cor thing in Straw StIR lists IlIces suit Colors latest style uptodate Shoes We have the Shoes BROWNS tIe Shoe that sells Its own moths The best In the world no u We stall do thee Milliner work for tho county We have the Milliow 11M fnude till trimming and tho prices 3 Uttl jj why we trim mureliatittlint any Millinery store lopiiig to mtive a visit frtan ymi I am Yours truly E TCCT T =1TSh kWI BIND CUTS EVERY t ANYGRAIN jIBUNDLE GROIVJ- I i r I JT The Jones Lever Binder MADE ONLY THE PLANO DYjThe simplest strangest most em clrjj binder buit t has the simplest surest krotter yet holds he worlds record lor accuracy in Its Lever Device power jest when its reded roost patent Fly Whit stores up power and freely w t uen needed jPj of the finest steel and a triumph of mechanical perfection t Lad it just the sort of money saving Implement you need j Costs snore le make than other but its with honest value Drop in and look over I D L D Sanderfiir Beaver Dam Ky Lade Spring immense patterns Hats to latotit other Invented binding surplus steeped SOLI Netves Need FuelTo feed the vital fires or they lose the power to regulate and control the body Unnatural stimulants wont do Like an air blast on dying embers they cause a sudden of heatthen- all is dead the plenty of fuel and thj worry and derangeddigesnon disappearforever getlittle v Pains would start in tho and travel down tho chords at the back of my neck to chest and arms Boo tors gave no relief but Dr Miles Ncrvlno cured 1I18n Ins A II German Valley Ills Df MLes9 Nervine r I I ncrvUSKrwI IlerToaII Sold by dniflfisu on guarantee Du Miua MEDICAL Co Elkhort lad lnd for thenrgro wim It lrn Ke tnt allowed deveo himself Governor of Gmreii iNR rot ftvor the negros education only In limitedway negro in the matter wrat he mar know he tint stow his developments or will coM him his life TJe cainot advance his real Measnn political matters This h the not approve all Booker Washington ban ant feted himself too because a toolor r and Jj quality zoo quality quality 150 quality Scrims big please give a a the designs antblng from plain the No to The reel Felt and the pn laments Increases IIts iron flash Give nerves temples WOMAN UA IUKatn1 1raitw the State appro inltul lunil to Tutrces college on co dltlon that it be ttmde an Inttna tiiMrrhiolaml that the State have its trust et and now Mr Vaablngton1 dota not Mievriin hlllu r c for the negro iillv In the latitude that nun csnicprtu hlrunelf ac 4hinot be done In Alabama 4 ipW PRANK I LI S 1 i 7 w 6L ofr iOlIO TIW 1J lY 1101 iIOWIbUOII I r tJIP l CO L A Corner on Bargains OTHER HOUSES TRY TO DO AS WELL FOR THEIR TRADE AS But they full in their efforts by from 20 to 40 per cent VV e are continually cornering BIG BARGAINS For our fast growing trade This week we are offering special prices on a Mattings and Carpets Five pieces nice style tire chtlo Mattings a regular latfc quality I oc live pieces pretty design Meltings ji intless a regular 2C quality 150 Your pieces ccltbu wasp figured Mattings Jn Uluc Giccn 4nd Rida 350 quality i IT 2JC Pour cotton warp Mutting Ibeautllul designs in Red lilucnml Green cheap enough it 350 our ape cial price 3oc- Kxtra quality superior nllwcx Ingrain Carpet worth 7Sc tpccial ptjce 650 Good quality wool lugrain Carpi a big bit Rain Sic Rxtra quality wool und cotton In grain Carpet putty drsign worth 45 cur special price 35C Good quality cotton Icprnin Car rets SS- CPfetty patterns Hinip Carptts 36 inches wide sue Kxtra Quality Rap Carpets 20 25 Ginghams Our different departments full of CORNElt BARGAINS They here you look you would appre ciated Allowing this opportunity to pass would unwise so visit once The Pco ples Favorite Trading Place Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 3 Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo Tablb Se w Urn tan utlojr rttwt 14 q4e7 ltc 3 tOllpoo Nnrlh llannit llnniul- XomilMMlkU No indMllM m No Ia23tap n No IVI du tM p u- No in dw lira p m o lit daIS y a- IiriI FItINolI4daf4Lm No IW la lto piII n Vinumi AKnit v prSQS CURE FOR 4 ft Inlttoo Hold bf draatlt u JNSUMPTION See our new F C Corsets CARSON Co See Keowns Fertilizer before pur x chasing elrewhcre II its Fettllizr you want the place to get it Is John O Keowns Mrs Lucy Klein and granddaughter MarIeare visiting at Gtenville I Ask to see our new fcummer Cor sets CARSON Co We can please you or nay bthei man with a new Spring Hat- CARSON Co Sulking and Myllsh are our new Spring Shirts soc tu t 50 CARSON Co i Nearcatyourheart is your Under wear Hive It right For the beat come home ORSON Co iH Our prices arc not high but the is very highataniardoourGlovea CARSON Cor i Bola briny Pa here lot youi I L Spring Suit nod ho will smile when 5he pays the bill CAso2 Co 0 j WHATS IN A NAME Binsont Plaster Is Pans Mailer theWelt tbotrfLbe very namo of mea A Bon was a synonym tot honesty It was current all oyeritlae On the nine principle Bensons Porous Plaster Is the universal ltaucl4rd external remedy To i It U a pood does I iMebeaponbZputepPor 14Id111 available Bensons Plaster U used as a matter of course Benson Plaster quickly relieves and 50cureawhro other modes of treatment are either eiaaporatlngly Ilow or haTe nJ good ooldslumbagoJdclnll etc are at onca benefited and soon cured Capsicum Strengthening and Belladonna plasters baY none virtues of Bensons More than 6000 physicians and druggists haTe commended Bensons as a remed in which the may have implicit confidence j in a IIIparathefeat with other plasters Ben sonshas reoelyedflJtyflr MgJuit awards A Beirato f substitutes and imitations I iSorsaTe by all dmggiits or we will pro I on any number ordered in the 4 k United Statee ou receipt of 25o each S ItJ fieabury JohasonMc Chemists N Y a L Cornered Bargains in Staples J6 in heavy weight Domestic 50 Extra quality Apron 50 Yard wide Bleach no urn 5c Very belt lilcach soft finish Sc Masonvllle and Fruit Loom Blench gc per yard best Ded Tick guaranteed to hold leather ic Good straw tick toe Good Cottonedc SC loc lac 150 54 in Rtil Table Linen 150 Good Bleached Table Linen 250 Halite line ol Prints jc- 27in Round Thread Plaid Shirt tog 50 IUst quality Cheviot 7Jc 27 in all wool Cassimeie 4C Good Cotton Jeans 150 are are for A from be be at Ninth Indeed curative public I SHOESl Sec Carson Bros StocKof Hciuiiunt Shoes Good wear in them and you gut thorn ntI much less Hum wholesnle prices Your choice for 1 Mr Joel Blraure Westtrfield was tu town Wtdnesdiy Mr LtV Hunt Narrows called to see us VednesdayvSquire Ud Massle Whltesvllle made us a pleasant call yesterday I Messrs J T and Ben L Davis Sulphur Sprlrgs called to see us Monday Dr J W Taylor and Mr R B Martin Cromwell were in town Tuesday If you have been troubltd to getm ood Hosiery conic here for relief CARSON Co ATTENTION FADMBRSlI have just in jfindsee JOHN G KUflWNt I will unload one car load of Uagle I brand Fertilize first Monday and Tuesday in May 10 cents less atcara D L D SANDRRflURSl Hunahl Hurrahl Hurrah here is your Fertilizer best corn grower in the world Its going to those who come first JOHN G lnJwNt We cau tInt ayoung man or lady w- In the Southern Normal College at 0 fowling Green mighty cheap Callw and get our scholanhlp and go to lad school 01 Mir C R Rojefa and little dangh tjlatllord plaolEs Senator John Maitlns wire Is serIously lit of pneumonia at her rtsla dence near Salem Church Bntlet thcaunty IiIfblgrtevdfriends trouble J Drs O B and C EIleavrin Louis not vile visited their brother Mr M L Heavrin first of the week Dr turUe Heavrln won two medals ol merit In the Loulivllle Dectal Col egr which coiUInly speaks well Jar out Ohio county boy We congratulate him on his excellent work find standing afl a student and hope his practice will prove equally succtts T lid u I IoALIAIilNoruRE Makes the food more delicious end wholesome OVAL ftAKIM MWOCM CO NIW VOttK Dr E A Carson Louisville is in town Mr R C Taylor Prentis called to I He us yesterday Mr Hnoea Shown Clear Run was I In town yesterday Mr R C irnagln Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call yesterday Mrs lohn Chinn near Beaver Dam is reported quite ill Colic is her trouble Mr Charlie WallatenearCroruwell- halBPptndltltls Illscondition is r ported critical Mrs J E Davidson returned Wed nesday alter a two weeks visit to herl parents at White Run Mr Bitill Taylor Prentis is quit ill of a complication of stomach an ung trouble He is to be some better boweverIThe wile col Baver Darn died Sunday of complication of diseases Her re mains were burled Monday Many a man would blush if the holes in bis tocks were teen We have huleprool socks Try them CARSON Co Master Tuel E son ol Mr and Mrs E B Rogers near Cromwell cut his second finger oft his right band at the first joint Monday while playing with an BX Mrs W 0 Rtidol Owentborowho has been the guests ol her sister MrsI Jo Vickers returned home yesterday be little niece Vir lnia VickersII Mrs Joe B Rogers near Cromwell whom we repotted last week as being very ill ol pntumoulan is not much tap oved11cr condition is thjngl t to be quite serious The ladies or the Beaver Dam Sap tist church will give an Ice cream riperDam tonight in the interest of the church Everybody should at1 tend i I Mr J B Dodson has sold his house And lot to Mrs Rebecca Vaught Mr Dodson wtll move his family to his farm and Mrs Vuught will take charge ol the boarding house which she formerly conducted The pension board ol examiners J S Smith S D Taylor and S Wedding examined the fat owing old vaterans Wednesday Joseph Gossett Central City Wm Johnson Maxwell Bllord II Picker el Paradise S R Graham was arraigned it court yesterday on the charge cfnn 1J lawfully selling liquor He vas held over on his own bond to appear be lore citcuit court We understand he took advantage ol his liberty sad fled the country i Sheriff S T Stevens Messrs H U Taylor andG II Barnes returned 1IrR11SbelbNew Orleans Mr Stevens luforms us that Mr Taylor is doing well Mr Dick Austin ol Horton died Monday ol consumption alter three months of lingering illness His re I tbellDelhelwere conducted by Rev Romans was unmarried and leaves a HeI other aud several brothers Mr Lem Sparks and Miss Adle Fltzgeald of Maxwell were marriedt the County Judges office yester Iswhuejhishey are both ol good families andt enter married life at an early agesMM E D Maddox dledtyesterday her home in Centertown of con- umptlon Funeral services will be Maddoxiake place at Equality cemetery She was loruietly Miss Lilly Barnard and s married to Rev E D IMaddoI the 8th of December ta a very pipnlar young chtlntlani and we very much rrgi t o he r her untim ly deathaThis week has been a busy one with j bIt11othesuitable to the farmers needs Aa rge crop of corn Is bciug planted and the tobacco crop will be one of e largest the county has produced many years The whtat crop at i is Etigeol the season is rtmorka y good and promises a very large ol the precious grain The I rospects for a fine crop of fruits have b been excelled lor a long while a This luxury was denied the farmer in ptloobetter and contentment Is universal I PelnllDodeonrunaway tour to the land of sunny B- ennessee This was the second at tempt and it proved successful I The young people drove to Gofls where they procured a double rlgg on l o pilot and Immediately set lor Tennessee by land avoiding loUt and telegraph stations nn ruadeloneSummer county Monday and were quietly married alter which they re turned via rail arriving home Wednesday at noon This was cer tainly a romatic marriage which the young people seemed to have en j yed exquisitely eMiss Idatn Johnson returned to her home in Providence Saturday after 1an extended visit with Miss Mabel Hubbard leftarrlagesLem to Miss Date- oi marriage May a G J Stewart Clear Run to Miss 11nffie H Hines Beda Date of mar adage April 28 Ice For Sale Clarence Casebier and Ike Sander fur will deliver Ice to your home every morning For sale during the day at Moore Sonderlnra grocery Our Narrow Escape- sWednesday at noon Mr G G Fat took some papers out in theback yard and set fire to them returning to the house thinking noting of the result Iin less than half an hour his stable was discovered on fire The alarm was given and the bucket brgade rushed to the scene of excitement where they soon joined the flimtslt battle Fortune seemed to favor the town with a north west wind which carried fI mes from the residences in the immediate vicinity and the onlj loss of property was stables and corn cubs The residence of Mrs J F Collin was saved by the heroic efforts of thi bucket brigade A southerly 1 easterly wind would have resulted almost in the destinction of the town As the wind was favorable the fl mef were subdued alter destroying Mr G G Fairs stable and corncrib anC contents whlfth contained about 5 bushels ol corn and one ton of hay Ills loss would approximate f2o The stable and corncrib ol Mrs J IF Collins containing about So bush leIs of corn were destroyed lost about f2 oo Three U more Catarrh la thl Mellon ot tb raantrr tboail I other dlnoM put to tbtr ind nntIIIhe1nOtw ft n M lappowd ta bale curnlile doctor pro noonwj U a rT1rpmvrlbol local rrnirdlM and by roaiUntlr tnlllna to tin with local treatment pronounced Incurabl Science baa catarrh to be a constitutional du ttIChenej a Co Toledo 0 the onlj conMlto CUF On the market It Ii taken ltrnally I ilow from It drop to a tenMpoonral It lUOi dlrevtljron th blood and mnrnonrtarM or th aDLer They oflr a It tail to cute KendrorclrcmlanaidtMtl onlala Addrm 1 CliuNiryacO TeledoO Sold br IMIi TS Haifa Family lllli an th best Dr McCormick Removed Frankfort KyMay zGov Beck Examlinersituation and the order fur Dr Mc Cormlcke removal was written Iitis as follows I The report of State Inspector Bud Examiner lilacs upon which the Governors action is based is as fol lowsOffice State Inspector and Ex miner to the lion J C W Btck ham Governor 6f Kentucky Dear SirIn accordance with your in strucllons I went upon three duller occasions to Hopklnsvillf o look into examine and report to you upon certair charges made against Dr E B Me Cotmlck Superintendent oi the Wes ern Kentucky Asylum for the Inane situated near Hopkinsville These charges were made by Wil lIam J Chiles and Mrs William JIChiles both ol whom were employe of the institutepcharges a specific charge 01 improper relation between the Superintendent and Mlu DOlotteodanta gen eral charge ol improper and un becoming conduct between the twotl other places I madeas best I couldsthorough complete and ful investigation 3O ad before me every person mention s by the parties to the controversy ho could be seen ted and whose cviaeuce it was believed could throw ny light on the subject These parv ties were permitted to make statements and to tell all they knew concerning the chargeshThe Governor the necessity of his action says No one regrets more than I do tt the necessity ol this action but I reelievetitntlon demand change in its man ngemeut and no personal feelings or wbateverI ol me conscientiously believe to be my duty in the matter a- OA SOX onX 4un the 115 kind Yrt Haus 8obt Spture or c2o A rTHE PRESIDENTS TOUR Flattering Ovation Received ii the Historic Section tf i Old Virginia BRITOL TRNN April 29 The first day of the Presidents long tool to the Pacific coast lay through i U historic section In Virginia across tb c valle nol the Rapldan and James 1 n sight nt the hoirei ol Madison and Jefferson up pat the peaks ot Otter so dear to the hearts ol the Virgin ians into the picture que Blue Ridge mountains Tennessee was reachet at 1055 ontght with the arrival o the train at Bristol The route naJai as Lynchburg was over the Soulh rn blftedfotern for a short cut to Bristol whet it resumed its fight over the South ern road The presidential patty re ceived a flattering ovation from the time the train leltWashington Large crowds assembled at every station he countryside and crossroads each had its little group of waving watch era straining their eyes to catch a Hmpse of the magistrate as the train vbisked by At Charlottesville the students o chlJdiversIty of Virginia turned out it Lynchburg Senator Daniel Vir inias orator made a speech greet ng the President and at Roauoke two bands crashed out their welcome At ach ol these places the President re ponded to the band calls made upon Urn antI spoke bri fly from theplat form of his car If todays reception through Vir flnif is an Indication of what Is to xxnr throughout the rest of the trip be Presidents tour across the conti lent will be a triumphal one Sjmie it the people in their eagerness to rasp the Presidents hand clamber d up the railing surrounding the jlatform The President received hese demonstrations good naturedly nd never failed to grasp the hand xtended to him Mrs McKinley sitting at the window in the observa ion car smillngand waving her hand terchiei in response to the greetings if the multitudes created no less en bnslasm than the President PRESIDENTS FIRST SPEECH Cbarlottesvillo Vd April 29 The residential train with its tiny fig n the pilot of the engine denoting hat the Chief Magistrate ol the na ion was on board arrived at this city u schedule time A bud ttop was uaie at Alexandria A big crowd lad assembled at the station there nd the President and Mrs McKinley ppeattd upon the platform to ac nowle ge salutes Speeding through Virginia to this place famous as the eat oi the University of Virginia and be hone ofJefferson people gathered t every town village and crossroads o tee the train go by At Manassas lul pepper and Orange crowds were specially large At the last place large American fIg flvt from a staff n the national cemetery where are mried many cl the Union dead As he train approaced Charlottesvllle he party had a glimpse of the old tome of President Madison at Mont elier The pillars oi the old colonial nansion were plainly discerfaajle hrougb the trees At Charlottesville here WAS an immense assemblage t the station The students from the university lined up alongside of the rain and gave the President three ousing cheers Bnda Iger when he made his appearance From the plat oim of his car the President spoke as bllows It gives me very great pleasure toI receive the greeting of the people 01I herloltef vile and the cheers of the oung men of the University of Vir Inia Your institution is linked with great names and great deeds aodI las influenced both What an array ii Immortal names Virginian holds in ter keeping to remind us of lofty pa tiotism broadstatesmanshipand no jle achlcvemtnts to no other State of he American Union belongs such his ory to preserve and cherish and such xamples to aspire and emulate May he young men ol the State of Virgin a prove worthy sons of their noble mcestors and contribute In the future they did in the past to the wellI wing and honor and glory of the re ublic Let me assure you gentle nen that the present and future bold rich reward for good scholarship high ibaractqr and noble endeavorT and he wIsh whlce I leave ycu is that oCr beie you may have your full share There were calls for Secretary Hay Hit whose only response was to in Postmaster General SmithaAT SENATOK DANIEbS HOME p At Lynchburg the home of Senator nie1 there was a stop of ten ruino tea Senator Daniel anda great greeted the party with old- phioned Virginia enthusiasm Senator Daniel made a speechIme to which the re ponded The President sidBI am very glad not only to meet e people of Lynchburg but to hed preeentd by your distinguished Senor It is a matter ol no public inmterest but only one of pure personal that the first time I ever tried to come to Lynchburg did not uccccd I came here with a number other gentlemen who sought euatrance but the gates were closed We could not open them and you would I not and so we departed to seek anII FCormldables here It is a happy time for me i cornr to Lynchbnrg now the WAr ver no exchange of greetings with bA L i J j shot and iluell at then but with t1 friendly welcome ol all the poop which vp fiS Me ref ct ml rrfianti gftit wilt M runt kihtits batWCL all tecltuns i f nur cttnuiuu conntr The liiayc t anti noileet demo fctrxtluu of the day occurred RoanoVe Thousands ol people wet the station and two hamls grccti tIe President with Hail to tl Chief t There were more Americi flags in evidence here than at BI other stopping jlace The Preside responded to the calls for a speei with the following remarks lam informed and do not wont at it that your committee whiChw Ranolfbut there can be no warmer or mo sympathetic welcome than greets u from the hearts of your people V never had so much to do in all oi history as we have now We ctv had Ao much business at home m abroad We never made so mm and never sold sold so much as v sell this year We are expandln our markets Our productive caps city has become so great that we ai not only abla to supply the how markets but we require a foreig market for our surplus and we ar Orlel1Cand American labor What we wan to do now is to prudent in our pros perity save while we can and b strong if the storms should come and they do now and then Whatever comes let us be fortified by th practice of economy while we are swell employed We are not only ex pending our markets but we are ex pandlng our territory The policy of the United States has always beet to keep what it originally starlet with and hold all it honorably gets We refused to divide our origins possessions and we will be the las to desert our new possessions ROUSING RECEPTION AT BRISTOL Morristown Tenn April 30 special train bearing President Mc Kinley and party on their trip to flu Pacific coast passed here on the Southern Railway at I oclock this Tues daj morning Nearly 4000 people were at the depot in Bristol oed gave the Presjden a rousing reception Mr McKinlej saidLadiesand GentlemenI wish ti express my high appreciation of thii cordial welcome upon entering thi State of Tennessee The expression which came from the people along the line as I traveled through Virginia signified to me the high regard which the people of that State have ton the the great office of President even more those expressions indicate a united people loving their homes and country and devoted to their tree Institutions Tennessee has been promoting its own progress develop meet and prosperity by devoting the energy oi her people to agriculture and commerce as symboHztd by the emblem put upon her shield many years ago In conclusion I wish to thank you again for this generous greeting and to wish for you love and contentment in your homes and pros writy in your several occupations or Mrs J No matter what causes facial eruptions absolute cleanliness Inside and out is the only way to curt them Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month will dri e them away 359 Ask your druggist ileilol Here We Arel H O Shioctets Floating Studio will be at Rockport March 29th and remain until April 22nd and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain un til May 1St and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May 3th then he goes to Smallbouse MaYIJthand remains until May i6th next to Curtley or Humphreys land ing May i6th and remains until May iSth then to Point Pleasant May the 1 8th and remain until May 22nd Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle says Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using several well recommended medicines without success I tried Chamberlains Vain Balm and am pleased to saj hat relief came as soon as I began iU use and a completely cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used in my family for frost bitten feet with the best results cheerfully recommended its use to alt who may eed a first class liniment Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m SpartanDid I understand you tc dmit that your riva is the champion ugilistl1itzCorbettNusir I said plagi nist lies been using a lot oi mj ut newspaper interviews as his own Philadelphia Press- GENTRAL GROVE KY April 30 Farmers are buy plant cornMuses Miry Matthews and Anult crrmtn who lire attending scboo tt Hartford speut Saturday and Sun ay at their home Mrf Bud Mrs J W Rowe ant chil en Anla and Ottoviilted in Bsivei tm Saturdiy und Sumlayfhe guest I the family of Mr Ira Fukenoa Mrs Betsy Southard who his bee visiting relatives nt Cer lv for sever l weeks has returned home Mrs Bsttie Matthews is un th lick list Mr and Mrs II iward RrfUght and ttle son Atttlce vIsitA U S- sught recently Mr James Mlnton RtaJer lJuIuovtd to the Hoclcor farm Mr W L PK and femily BjJa sited the family ol Mr D M Ptrk L TTbc APRIL MERCHMDISE AT Every odysStoreli- i In t quI persistent aim is to hotter tlio great refftiU business er that which lust year was regarded as best is not soiviewed 118 this year Each day each hour almost each niomcrft is ex A ii pected to produce ideas nnd suggestions that will aid inre 1e bringing dignified merchandising nearer to the unattainable e plan of perfection 1r i Spring Millinery re ofgI many new novelties which are now on sale The designs s aro exceptionally goodand are entirely now from any slioivn n before e I Carpets and Mattings e Dont think of Buying your CARPETS until you have seen our handsome line We also have a nice assortment of Lace Curtains Mattings Oilcloth and Rugs Spring Dress Goods Wo havo n beautiful supply of popular Dress Goods and I Fabrics Heavy buying has not left our stock ofDress taro I Fabrics short in any of the prevailing colors Nor q odsi being added daily to keep the assortment complete and to ofFer still new novelties to those who have seen our stock before Fertilizers The Best is the cheapest The planting season is drawing near andevory farmer should use some Fertilizer With this end in view wo have fully prepared ourselves to furnishI I any grade you want of the Horse Shoo Brand from OOcts to I 105 pGr hundred pounds Look at our New Buggies E P BARNES BRO SEAVERe DAJl Y SundayMiss Ella Bishop is visiting rela tivea near Centertown Mr Cargal McIIenry attended sunday school at this place Sunday Miss Sarah Mlntorf who has beer quite ill is sonic better at this writ Ing Mrs L B Loney visited her brother Mr W J Mcintyre near Ceralvo Saturday and Sunday Singing at the Baptist church next Snnday afternoon Mr and Mis Harlan Fought were the guests of Mr J P Miller and family Monday night Mrs Delia Pit lie has la grippe Mr and Mrs Igleheart visited the family of Mr J A hacker Saturday olght and Sunday Mr C L Loney visited relatives near Ceralvo recently Mr B M Faught and wife spent Sunday with the family of Mr Alfred Matthews Best wishes to the RHPUBMCAN AGNOSIA CateareUCandyI It C 0 0 druggist refund onez Gratitude- To the miners Dad other employes if Williams Coa1 CoThe Williams family wish to express their deep gratitude for their kind sympathy tad generous offer of help during the lckness and4osa of out dear brother Richard M Williams I J S WIUIAUS For the family consmpM is by no means the dreadful bcIm e cgmnmg stoppedin gotitwont believe it till you are forced to Then it is danger ous Dont be afraid i but attend to it quick you can do it your self and at home Take Scotts Emulsioh of Cod Liver Oil and live catc fully every way This is sound doctrine whatever you may thinkor be toldand if heeded will save life N torrro8surprjae you Chomlatsba r SOc and SIOOi all drusslsts 0AJ3TOITXABan the lbS Kid You Hats Atii 8eut Bpatue 11orfStorm The well knowa Render Jack owned by F M Allen will stand at Center town the season 1991 beginning first ol April 34 St inow Ar Tar Kldocn r Dr Hottn Spartnt PlUteun all kdai lib 4t Bio free dd5LrtIDgltamdCoCbJcuoce I Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headacb Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old SoresCornsand all pain and Ir il immation The moat- penetrating Itmlment in the worldSPrice 2cts and 50 eta m Tho Cumborland Telephone Tolograph CoI- NCOnrOJIATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty flve States and Territories is establishing an exchange In Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service aa comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living In the conn try within a reasonable distance of the exchange RUes and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCE Manager Rough Rivet Tfileohons Compaq iSCOirOKATIP STalk beinp cheap and nocossarv you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build our own lines and be in talking distance with time wliolo pod business points generally by only paying RoughRiver expensiifHartford Ky for particulars Wi conned with all Indeoenent Compee nm DONT BE FOOLEDTake the gcoulo erlfInal ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA MerU mark cut on each Mckan i4InIlule Ask Y Manld I Ir IU f I Tho Kind Yon unTo Always Bought nnd wlttoli has been In uso fc tvcr 00 years has homo tim signature If l nuil has been Inlulo under his llc- rc4I Le77e sOllnlsupervlsloll slnco its Inrancr I Mlnw no ono to deceive yon In tIlls All Counterfeits limitations niul Justnsjjooil are Inife Experiments that rlllo with mid endanger tho health ot Infaj unit CUiiw jn Experience against Experiment I What Js CASTORIA CnslTin L a hair ess substitute for Castor OH Pare gone Drops awl oothhifr Syrups It Is IMcnsant It coutai Tielllirr Oiilnin 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PAOC tl Ten of peLE CURE ail F Premiers 412 wautstIotjjinnatiohijj Q rf4 ff Hartford Republlcarii 1FRIDAY MAY j SUPREME IN ITS BEAUTY PAHAMERIOAN EXPOSITION TO BE A IIAONIFIOENT SURPRISE nirdseyo View uf the Great Group of Splendid Architec tural VorksA AYomlcrfkil Setting or Fountains Pool IMants nut Flowers It Is promised for the PauAmcrlcau Exposition that It will surjuiss In beau ty any previous exposition In the worlds history It Is also expected that It will outrival Its predecessors In innny other ways for at no time haTe such wondrous achievements Id all arts such perfection In the hundreds of trades been attained nut the pur I pose of this article Is to treat In a gen eral way ot the plan of the Exposi tlon the symmetry of arrangement and the exterior beauty that repre sents the careful expenditure of oevcral millions of dollars Accompany Ing this article Is n blrdseye view of the Expo sition plot showing the magnificent work In Its complete state The view Is from the south and shows nn area one mile and n quarter long and half a mile wide there being 350 acres In the Inclosure In the Immediate tore ground Is a portion of Delaware Park one of tile famous beauty spots of But falo The view shows the Park LIke with the North Bay nt the left and In the left foreground south of the bay may bo aecu a portion of the Albright Gallery of Art n beautiful permanent building of white marble the gift of John J Albright of Buffalo and cost- Ing over 10000 Xorth of the Hay Is the New York State Building also n ptrrnanen structure of marble These twdbulldlugs are In the stylo of Greek temples one containing reminders of the Parthenon and the other resem hung somewhat the Erechthcum upon thensI and the Lake tho City of Buffalo has built at large expense a new and beautiful bridge of heavy masonry known as the Bridge of the Three Americas This bridge carries the broad thoroughfare which leads from the main southern entrance to the approaches of the Exposition as seen lu the foreground just north of the Lake On the northern shore of the Lake Is situated the life saving station erected by the Federal Government where daily exhibitions will be given by a crew of ten milD showing the uses of modern life saving apparatus as em ployed upon our coasts Hidden from view upon the southern bank of the Lake a beautiful casino and boathouse has also been built by the City of But falo for Exposition uses The symmetrical grouping of build ings will be at onco noted by the ob server Beginning nt the formal approach Just north of the Lake the eye follows northward between two rows of ornamental columns to what Is known as the Forecourt East of this are the State and Foreign buildings forming In themselves a very Interest lug featnr6 of tho Exposition sear these nlso are the buildings for the spe cial ordnance displays representing the products of several hundred manufac tories In this line of work West of the Forecourt will be the outdoor horticul tural displays and the Womens build ing We cross now the Triumphal Bridge which will be ramarkable for Its tall piers richly ornamented with statuary the product of the genius of Karl Bitter the director of sculpture and other famous sculptors On either side are the Mirror Lakes wMch form a part of the Grand Canal more than n mile In length which surrounds the bulldlogsI Esplanade of n mile The western theIUortleulturtbuildings The eastern end Is shut In by the Government group of three large buildings Sunken gardens with elaborate fountains and many groups of sculpture occupy the two arms of tbo Esplanade and the decorative tea I tures throughout this broad space are i very numerous and beautiful North of the Esplanade Is the Court of Foun talus with the Ethnology building on tho right anti the Music building on tho left Two subordinate courts also open Into the Esplanade from the north the one on the right being known as the Court of Cypresses and the one on the left as the Court of Miles Next north of the Ethnology building on the right and fronting upon the Court of Fountains is the Manu factures and Liberal Arts building and on the opposite side the Machinery and Transportation building In the Court of Fountains Is a large pool having an urea of about two acres and contain lug ninny beautiful fountains Pro ceeding ugaln northward we come to tho Mall a broad avenue halt a mile long extending from the eastern boundary to the western gate of the Ex position Fronting upon the Mall on the right Is the Agriculture building and on the left the Electricity building Vu now arrive nt the most conspicuous feature of the Exposition tho massive Electric Tower 301 feet In height This tower stands between be Court of Fountains and the Plaza In a broad pool about two acres hi extent This will ho the most ornixiental feature of the great Exposition and will he the centerpiece for special and elaborate electrical Illumination Im mediately north of the Electric Tower Is the Plaza wltb Its beautiful sunken garden and bandstand In the center the Propylaea or monumental en trances at the north the entrance to the Stadium on the east and the en trance to the Midway on the wtst It should bo understood by every In williprtsllItthat twentieth coiiturj CMII cnn pro Tide By day there will bo a most pleasing display of lloral nail fountain effects The many buildings with their elaborate nnd delicate tracery of orna mental plastic work and their radiance of color tho many groups of statuary In every part of the grounds will con stltute a picture never before parallel ed At night all the buildings will glow with the soft radiance of thousands of electric lights making a scene of un rivaled brilliance and splendor UaltI a million lamps will be used In the eleelrlclllIIulnlnationIIt should also be added that the Mid waynt tho Exposition will be the most extensive and novel that has ever been prepared It will be 3000 feet long I tronlage11Oerup ofj wonders T Idle tetura u wriiDltI- oi will be klidttii Iii till fildtfltitili which Covera abOut ten Acres of ground and contains a Beating capacity for more than 12000 people All of the I exhibit buildings will be filled to com lctlon with tho very latest products of PanAmerican genius and Industry and will otTer an opportunity forovery Inquiring mind to learn a most Inter eating lesson of New World progress anti civilization The power for Exposition uses Is fur nished principally from Niagara Falls which are situated only a few minutes ride from the Exposition grounds But populnI way for tho reception of millions of visitors In 1001 jfARK BEXXITT Arcx2X41Ban theitt kd 1a Haie Mnn Bouzkt BJptII Io-t R 11UCateT0W Koitcie illti Cueanta rore8tOoIo WATER SPECTACLE BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN EFFECTS FOR THE PANAMERICAN x nnexnmplrd sights lo He Provided Fur Vl llor lu tin Kxiiualtloo Will lie itSOOO Gallon uf Water Per Minnie For This Feature When visitors to the PanAmerican Exposition view the fountain dlplajR they will be Inclined towondrr wlifiv all the water comes from so pleuttfu will be tbe supply It will be these fountain displays tbe ami1 ns It will be wltb the electrical exhibit There will be a Point a pliut at which the display will Increase In icauy nnt eitent until the climax Is iittiincd In and about the Electric Tower and the basin thereof So extrusive will this be that all will recognize till bvdiity of the display and look In wuiJiriiLg ad nitration upon the fpwtacl wliiob is destined to be onu of till most remark able features of the Exposition The pumping plant that will sippl the water effects will be located lu the Court of the Machinery and Transportation building It will consist of 12 pumps having a total capacity of 35 000 gallons of water per minute The engines are all tc be billed to their respective pump vpti nail they will be required to be In cure from l6 oclock In the morning mul 111B oclock at night a period of 13U hium Estimating their capacity nt SVOO gal Ions of water each minute l is evident that each day during the litre tlny are to be In service they could pinup the enormous amount of 27S2riXX gallons of water This water will be used to serve the fountain displays at tic ElM tile Tower and basin and also the Court of Fountains Including the Fountain of Abundance Time water will be taken from an Intake looted at the north end of the Court of Fountains basin through n 48 Inch suction pipe It will be delivered by thu pump through 10 Inch and 20 Inch pipes nt a pressure of 110 pounds per FQuaro inch to the fountain orifices From tiue orifices the water will stream In nil shapes from the finest spray Jet to the solid stream Inches thick that will rise high In the aIr At the Fountain of Abundance the sight will be nil the name implies There will be an abundance of water nUll It will be In motion Beyond thr Fountain of Abundance will be till Court of Fountains nnd this basin will be tilled with large Jets of wntrr thrown vertically They will be known as pillar Jets In this basin will olsi be located beautiful group of water figures all formed In the manner In which the water Is projected Tho wa ter figures will resemble sheaves of wheat lilies etc and they will average 12 feet high On a line through the center of the main Court of Fountains there will lie nil of 20 of each of these figures of surpassing beauty Beyond this still at tho north end of the Court of Fountains will ho the Genius of Water Here In a significant group of statuary the sculptor will per tray his artistic Conception of what the figure Is designed to represent Over In front of tho statuary the water will ebulllate carrying out In most perfect way the sculptors Idea In front of the Electric Tower In the basin and In the niche of the Tower the climax of spectacular water ef fects will come with a gorgeousness that will exceed any display of the kind the world has seen On each side of tho center of tho tructnre will bo located two groups of water jets with 28 large pillar Jets throwing water columns to a height of CO feet On the arc of a circle whose center Is the niche will be located eomeM2 large Jets throwing water In parabola curve toward the cascades In front of the niche These jets will be fa arranged as to innUo n very ragged stream This stream will not Iw solld neltlicr will It IIP so broken ns In the pray Jets Then out from the niche Itself there will come a lloodr of water of 13000 pilloiis per minute which by means of a deflector will take the form of an Immense water screen or veil thu beauty of which will linger in the memory Onnw B DCHLAP CYCLING ROUTES Will All Lend In IlufTnlo Vest Sum iner For tbe accommodation of the large number of cyclists who contemplate touring awieel to liulTalo anti the Ian American Exposition und Niagara Falls next summer a series of trunk line cycling routes U being complied They will probably be as follows 1 New York and Albany to Buffalo via the Hudson River the valley of the Mohawk and tho cycle paths of Central and Western New York 2 New York to Buffalo via the Del aware Water Gap Scranton Elmira Corning and the cycle paths of tho Southern tier of counties 3 Boston and Now England points to Buffalo connecting with Route No 1 at Albany 4 Boston and New England points to Buffalo via Providence New London steamboat to Grconport Long Island cycle paths ot Buttolk County to Brook Iyn connecting with Route No I or 2 at New York C Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia to Buffalo connecting with Route No 2 at the Delaware Water Gap or Scranton a St Louis and Chicago to Buffalo via Toledo Cleveland and Erie The road from Erie to Buffalo along tho south shore of Lake Erie through the Grape belt Jias been called the finest 100 mile straightaway In America 7 Chicago and Milwaukee to Buffalo via steamboat across Lake Michigan Grand haven Detroit through Can ada Niagara Falls a Cincinnati to Buffalo with Itouto No 0 at connectingI W j a I L S A voiirnrsUooKisson I I Somotbing Now Under Tho SunV 1 All Docjoin have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid r gases inhalers end drugs In pisie I form Their pnwdeta dry up ihi mucnous membranes CHtisInK to crack open and blted The tliealI ful acids used in the Inhalers hsve entiuly c leit away the name lunn oinnta that their maker have niuml to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the diiae An oil lad rxpetiencfd practitioner whii has lor nuny year made a close study and ipeciality of the treMwynt oil tlutlltonly relieves at once but permanent ly CUlt Cataith by removing the j jatue topping the dUclHirtfrs rondI curing nil Ufltaiiuntlfin It Is the inlyiemedy known tu trltcre that I ictu lly tenches the i fll cted parts alS1UmCSOK price ol OIK Dollar each ptcknie oatHluInt iutcrnsl and rxiunal I uultciue fuffieitnt for a lull mouths uralment mindeverything 0 its pvtfect us T- YSbtfll mCdIiIlIYI s Is the 011 ale ever mode und Is nei tcci niztd is the only sne and posItive curr for I that nnooyiiikr nnd dlstiet1ng duMfc U cures all ii IIfiction quickly and i icimanently and Is also uondriluliy ulclc to relieve Hay Ftytr or CulH nthe Head Cntarrli wfien nrgUclttl fflen lnd ta Consumption Souffles will jye you ii you rise It atone It Is id ordinary remedy but a complete fitment which Is postively uuir n ied to cure CaUrtli in an ftiu or Ugt if uttd recording tu the dine j tons which acovmp4i each pckItge Dont delay but send Ion nce and write lull particulars as tnI mr condition nod you will Mclal advice trnm the diaopwrrr of 414 wonderful rrmcrty ifIl nlinyl- urcaea without cost to pil Srjond be regular price ol ni fll the Uiuraite l Cutmrh Core tat prepnid lo tiny midrss in the Jjulttl Stutes or CanaLs un II Ctllt d e Dollar Address Tpt I 151 B Glks OKipinv 233 and j j2 Market Mitel PnilHiielpnia qaran eeG1900 Yearlylirai some to trarrl a 11111 jits oibon for ol work loeltliR ulitr mr litrrMin MUUO ilatj iraaraDUm vnrtjr utnt fa5llabian- 4qiprnie dr t old wtaUtok dread =rarnMt teas or podtlonherdlisWan4fntnre VrllKitowr rtlNTllIOHll IMtrS aH IlllirliNi unarm Oillll nu Hughes Chill Tonic Pa1atabJeoetter than Calomel Quinine Contains no Artenic THGOLDIIELIABLK xcallent GENERAL TONIC Annliana nan oIr CIIJLIind FE VEILS MalarIal Freer fiwsmp FcTrn and 111 ija Teri- TIf Never Fails Just what you need at this nson MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS S E D A T 1 V E PLENDID TONIC 1onrunlfol lij year nnnril t Dont take oiijr enbutllnl Try itAte and IIW PREPARED D- VRobinsonPettet Co STtSi micmnIonATEit Louisville Ky u To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you withaUthdporoftheberryhecally sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The Lame ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbuckles Roasted Coffle for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes further besides being better flavored more satis lyingIwill find a Eat of tidal sad da in cac pulciga of Atbacklcs Coffee A ddbitt put of one of these articles bncotc yours when yoa buy the coffte Then you 7WIAROUCKLG BROS Notion Dept New York City NY g r t 1 S1 rdE4NY ijRGAN j Moothtr Ut4lcal Firm ia tho vrfw hap tte ettablUhtl rcnuiloa lot cnrinr I ntjpplndL t t ta uioj aiol nm t O jtitt txfttltoc the tnvuaeat c e ijy ce eaaratv to Cure or Ku la7 Rrnli ions Merrvua iijUty hrpljllla Vurlcocclc ttrlclur Glees Secret DrnluH linnotcacy ezunk iuJ Muittul Venkneaa Kid ney CUllS Ltsca i5geue ao tacledt ltSakI3oads MENS LIFE BLOODYou myhavn Ii cntilnlalliretifbt1ioiirlretkat tti reaied you feel tired oatlatliemoralar konarano0f00ted ar kldoeve ache you dc padM ndbarenaambliien DnCIaLyOUrLUIUIOOl U dnlaed away gaagateo to Cere or BO P- ayBLOOD POISONUlbaMoarpecfrndoklwl Itmay notbe a Clime to hare It ilia belahertle4 but it tea It to remain In tlie erMrm Like falber Ilkewn liewaraci Mrcury and 1cuub uutioenU Pn C A K poeltlrtly car tbe mat cuts ct na- LayViicocLE STRICTURE rlisNow Method TrestmntcurmtbeeedrcWsafeIyaftd ttre1y Ko paln oo flerlairaoi rn lnafrtnilHwItKU IV rikPr ndreltiyoi r sexual orrZns TkottriciureUutralxaUoitieUiUKluuiuarcrntura DnXAK guarlutea thirst Kidxays BladderDont neele your kldnsTB YOllrlleblatolhlllllltl Dont let Doctor exptrlmtnt TOD DKatcCincutoOul yoe are beyond hamau aid They gaanntte to Cure or No Pay CURCB OUAHANTEEO NO CCHR NO rAY Consultation Free Booka sent Fr 11Write for UuaaUoD SHook Sir Slow e ConnuentlSU DRS BHIHEDYKERGAWfiMJWALHOTjTjlT 7 J u LIOr1ffEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL I t a tIheconsumption of LION COFFEE I has offccisThe grocers nil over the country keep us busy delivering LION COFFEE to them You will find ho stale LION COFFEEon his shelves it Bells too fastto grow stale Why Because it js an absolutely pure coffee Our motto Strength Purity and Flavor Please bear in mind that IicXacxEfeeiselm mixtures or chemicals in order to give it a better appearance Wo A not need to resort to such rqeaslires we have no imperfections to hider In every package of LION COFFEE you VIII find a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or girl will fall to find in the list some article which will contribute tot1Jclrhapplnessi j comfort and convenience and which they may have by slmply tlng out a certain number of Heads from the wrappers four one pound sealed packages which is the only form In which this excellent coffee Is cold woouot spice co Tolruo oluo 1 1 0 Pa1 91 t i it v mnfW IlJat c a Circuit ConrtTTUnJeilke J4Eno roIfraorolMlonen 0 II IJkrti Trustee Jury Feed H IIbfrlll1IlIMTtnley CourtoonvneaftrstMondaylnMareh and August and cnntlnoce three week sail tklrd Monday la May unit tioremher two wevki- Coanly ConrtJ 1 M 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a III and T pm 11ev J ii liar ned tor- Bchool lrustei Hartford Jae r MUler J H- OIoaD W II lltJIck W II1 M niy Woodbery Ttntlry D Eo Thomat Tows Traitwen T Colllni JI Mattlaitly Shelby Taylor KW Ford A DXVtlte Hartford Cejereit Coeiatleiej A O V V mists sewed and loorth Wedaw daIJllltInrday nlrtU- KnUbteul Itoour met Bnt sad third Rater day night Hartford Lodge Nora r A A ktaionu eras IMoadaynl ktla ab month lloeih lllnr LodxeKo lie Katakteot rylkla sleet ors TuS slOt PrMton Mutton Peel So 1 tJA IU oli1ulf I alar mfvtliiteHatirdejibrfanBntBeaday each month I All members ot the repet1lqdms are lavlted lalUadall inIl- mThrough i Sleeping Car Ser vice Louisville to Jaoksonvillo VI- ASOUTHERNRAILWAY Leave IuUville 745 a m dally Uave Lexington 1050 a m daily Arrive Chattanooga 550 p m dally rnve Atlanta 1025 P w daily irtve Jjckionvlllc 830 a m daily Equally as good schedule rtllHbing Alto train leaving Louisville 745 p u has through connections and sleep ing car set vicer arriving at 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SUPREME IN ITS BEAUTY PANAMEBIOAN EXPOSITION TO BE A 1TAOHIFIOENT SURPRISE Illrtlscyo View or the Grent Group of Splendid Arcliltcc tural orksA XVontlcrfli Setting of Fountnlus Pool IMtints niul Flowers U Is promised tor tho PanAmerica Exposition that It will surpass In beau ty any previous exposition In th worlds history It Is also expected that It will outrival Its predecessors In many other ways for at no time have such wondrous achievements Irt all arts such perfection In the hundreds of trades been attained But the purpose of this article Is to treat In a gen eral way of the plan of the Exposl tlon tho symmetry of arrangement and tho exterior beauty that reprc sents the careful expenditure of several millions of dollars Accompanying thIs article Is a blrdseye view of the Expc sltlon plot Bhowlng tho magnlDcen work In Its complete state The view Is from the south nnd shows an area one mile and a quarter long and halt a mile wide there being 350 acres In the Inclosure In the Immediate tore ground Is a portion of Delaware Iarli one of tile famous beauty spots ot But falo The view shows the Park Lake with the North tIny at tile left and In the left toreground south ot the bay may lio seen a portion of the Albright Gallery of Art a beautiful permanent atII permanent structure of marble These twcf butliUngs are In the style of Greek temples one containing reminders of the Parthenon and the other resem bllng somewhat the Erechthcum upon thcnsI nnd the Lake I tho City of Buffalo has built at large expense a new and beautiful bridge of heavy masonry known ns the BrIdge of tho Three Americas This bridge cariles the broad thoroughfare whIch lends from the main southern entrance to the approaches of the Exposition as seen Iti the foreground just north of the Lake On the northern shore of the Lake Is situated the life saving station erected by the Federal Government where dally exhibitions will be given by a crew of ten moa showing the uses of modern life saving apparatus ni em ployed upon our coaits Hidden from view upon the southern hank of the Lake a beautiful cosIne and boathouse has also been built by the City of Out falo for Exposition uses The symmetrical grouping of build Ings will bu at onco noted by the ob Korvcr Beginning nt tho formal np proach just north of the lake the eye follows northward between two rows of ornamental columns to what is known OB the Forecourt East of thIs nro the State and Foreign buildings formlug In themselves a very Interest Ing fenturt of tho Exposition Near these nlso are the buildings for the spe clal ordnance displays representing the products of several hundred manufac tories In this line of work West of tin Forecourt will be the outdoor bortlcul turn displays and the Womens build Ing Wo cross now the Triumphal Bridge which will be remarkable for Its tall piers richly ornamented with statuary the product of the genius ol Karl Bitter the director of sculpture toil other famous sculptors On either side are the Mirror takes which form a part of the Grand Canal more than a mile In length which surrounds the main group of buildings We come next to tho Esplanade which Is nearly twofifths of a mile long and 4W feet wide The western end of the Esplanade Is Inclosed by the Horticulture Graphic Arts and nines buildings The eastern end Is shut Ic by the Government group of three large buildings Sunken gardens with elaborate fountains and many groups of sculpture occupy tho two Arms ol tho Esplanade and the decorative tea lures throughout this broad space are very numerous and beautiful North of the Esplanade Is tho Court of Foun talus with the Ethnology buIlding on tho right and the Music building on the left Two subordinate courts also open Into the Esplanade from the north the one on the right being knowu as the Court of Cypresses and the one on the left as the Court ol JIIIes Next north of the Ethnology building on the right and frontlug upon the Court of Fountains Is the Mann facturea and Liberal Arts building and ou the opposite side the Machinery and Transportation building In the Court of Fountains Is n large pool having an urea of about two acres and contain lug ninny beautiful fountains Pro ceeding agaIn northward we come to the Malt a broad avenue halt a mile long extruding from tho eastern boundary to the western gate of the Ex position Fronting upon the Mall on the right Is tho Agriculture building nud on the left the Electricity building Wo now arrive nt the most conspicuous feature of the Exposition the massive Electric Tower 301 feet In height This tower stands between be Court of Fountains and the Plaza In a broad pool about two acres In extent t1enlalteawill he the centerpiece for special anti elaborate electrical Illumination Im mediately north of the Electric Tower Is the Plaza with Its beautiful sunken garden and bandstand In the center the Propylaea or monumental entrances nt the north the entrance to the Stadium on the cast and the en trance to the Midway on the west It should be understood by every In tending visitor that the Exposition will present the most beautiful spectacle that twentieth century cenlus can pro vide By day there will bo a most pleasing display of llornl and fountain effects The many buildings with their elaborate and delicate tracery of orna mental plastic work and their radiance of color tho many graiipR of statuary In every part of the ground will constitute a picture never before parallel ed At night all the buildings will glow with the soft radiance of thousands of electric lights making a scene of un rivaled brllllanco and splendor halt a million lamps will bo used In the clcclrlco Illumination It should also be added that the Mid way jnt the Exposition will bu the most cxtepslvc and novel that has ever been prepared It will be 8000 feet long having more than a mllu of frontage Over 30 very Interest Ing features many of then covering several acres will make up this gigantic collection of wonders to IIW SlUrr3 bl i he ib lloi Will be Miottri Id UHf SldrJlUra1 which toverd about ten acres of ground and contains a seating capacity for more than 12000 people All of the exhibit buildings will be fllll to com liletlon with the very latest products of PniiAniorlcan genius and Industry nud will otTer an opportunity forevorj Inquiring mind to learn a most Inter sating lesson of New World progress and civilization The power for Exposition uses Is fur ntshed principally from Niagara Falls which are situated only a few minutes ride from the Exposition grounds But falo Is a city of nearly 400000 popula lion and Is preparing In every possible way for the reception of millions of visitors In 1001 MARK nEjwrrr OAsXOnJABean tIreItiKind Yom Have Knn BtgIi- t3OIneatTo Blplhre et ftltIfiunei tUh Cu an ti forever13oC9o I WATER SPECTACLE BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN EFFECTS FOR THE PANAMERICAN Cneinniplrd Sights fo He Prnrlilc Fur Suitor ID Ibn KxiifxlUoa Will Va e 33OOO Gallons of aCer Per Minute Far Fbi Feature Witch visitors to the PanAmcrlcai Exposition view the fountain dlplajn they will be Inclined to wonder wlijr all tho water comes from no plentIful will be the supply It will these fountain displays the same hs It will be with the electrical exhibit There will be n point a plnoi nl wbicl the display will Increase In teitUy anr extent until the climax is attained In and about the Electric Tower and the basin thereof So exirimlto will this be that all will recognize the livauty of the display and look III wjinleiluff nd mlrntlon upon the ppo tacli wkicli Is destined to be one of till most ivsuark able features of the Uxpngitlon The pumpIng plant that Will s ippljr the water effects will be located it the Court of the Machinery and Transpor tatlon building It will consist of 12 pumps having a total capacity of 33 000 gallons of water pr minute The nRlnes arc all tc be billed to their respective pump iiolt ond they will be required to be In ctlro from id oclocU In the morning mtll lliroclock at night a period of I3U hues Estimating their capacity fit sriOO gal Ions of water each mInute It N evident that each day during th tijc tlln1 are to be In service they could pilrop the enormous amount of 278rCOl gallons of water This water will be used to serve the fountain displays at tic Eire trie Tower and basin and also the Court of Fountains Including the Fountain of Abundance The water will be taken from an Intake located at the north end of the Court of Fountains basin through n 43 Inch suction pipe It will be delivered by the pumps through 10 Inch and 20 Inch pipes nt a pressure of 110 pounds per FQuaro Inch to the fountain orifices From tuc orifices the water will stream li all shapes from the finest spray jet to the solid stream Inches thIck that will rise high In the aIr At the Fountain of Abundance the sight will be all tho name Implies There will be an abundance of water and It will he In motion Beyond the Fountain of Abundance will he the Court of Fountains nnd thin basin will IKS filled with large Jets of water thrown vertically They will IC known as pillar Jets In this basin will also be located beautiful groups of water figures all formed In the manner In which the water Is projected Tho wa ter figures will resemble sheaves of wheat lilies etc antI they will average 12 feet high On a line through the center of tho main Court of Fountains there will IMJ all of 20 of each of these figures of surpassing beauty Beyond this still at tho north cud of the Court of Fountains will bo the Genius of Water Here In a significant group of statuary tho sculptor will por tray his artistic conception of what the figure Is designed to represent Over In front of the statuary the water will cbulllatc carrying out In most perfect way the sculptors Idea In front of the Electric Tower In the basin and In the niche of the Tower the climax of spectacular water ct fects will come with a gorgeousness that will exceed any display of the kind the world has seen On each side of tho center of thoetructurc will be located two groups of water Jets with 20 largo pillar Jets throwing water columns to a bright of CO feet On the arc of a circle whose center Is the niche will be located fome 2 large Jets throwing water In parabola curve toward the cascades In front of the niche These jets will be so arranged as to make a very ragged stream This stream will not bo Kolltl neither will It lie so broken cs In the spray Jets Then out from tin niche Itself there will como n Hood of water of 13000 gallons per minute which by means of a deflector will take the form of nn Immense water screen or veil the beauty of which will linger In tho memoVy ORRIN B DOHLAT CYCLING ROUTES Will All Lend to lluffnlo Vest Summer For the accommodation of the large number of cyclists who contemplate touring mvbetl to Buffalo and the Pan American Exposition und Niagara Falls next summer a series of trunk line cycling routes Is being compiled They will probably be ns follows 1 New York nnd Albany to Buffalo via the Hudson hirer the valley of the Mohawk and tho cycle paths of Central and Western New York 2 New York to Buffalo via the Del aware Water Gap Scranton Elmira Corning and the cycle paths of the Southern tier of counties- 3 Boston and New England points to Buffalo connecting with Itouto Xo 1 j at Albany 4 Boston and New England points to Buffalo via Providence New London J steamboat to Urccnport Long Island I cycle paths of Suffolk County to Brook- lynj connecting with Route No 1 or 2 at New York C Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia to Buffalo connecting with Route No 2 at the Delaware Water Gap or Scranton 0 St Louis and Chicago to Buffalo via Toledo Cleveland and Erie The road from Erie to Buffalo along the south shore of Lake Eric through the Grape belt Juts been called the finest i 100 mile straightaway America 7 Chicago and Milwaukee to Buffalo I via steamboat across Lake Michigan Grand Haven Detroit through Cnn Ito Niagara Falls Cincinnati to Buffalo I Route No 0 at conoectlngI W a w A wonriir suoouuson Sonlotliing NOv Undo Ther St1fl5 All Do6rsJ hvetrled to cure Catarrh by the use powders held gases inhalers and drugs In piste form Their powders dry up ths mucuous niemftancs cmislnn thm to cwclc open and bked The power ful ocidu used In the inhalers htve entirely men away the name lurtn iani8 tb U their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointiucits cannot reach the dictate An cltl- Ind txpetlenced practitioner wlw has lor nuny years made a close Mild and speciality ol the treMmjrnt cl Calarrh lies nt last prrlictrd a trtmeat which when futhitiliytl8e4 not only relieves at once but permanent ly ewes catarrh by removing the oatise itopuing the dUchargrs nd Curing all itfltniuifltlun It is the iclyremedy known to iclecce thot dually teaches the i iD cted parti rtll wondttful reuitdy in known as Snuffles the Guamutted Catarrh Cure and is sod at the ixltcmeiy OJ rlcevol Orw DollAr each pickoge oataiulng internal and external uullciue tcflleient for a lull mouths ttenluient und everj thing I1tClilt 0 its perfect use ySmffl a h the otily jxitYct ute ever made and is now tcri KOiztd is the only sne and positive cute for that auaoyiiiir iend dUiii Unir disease ft cures all it tl ninHon quickly and lermanently and it also wonderfully julck to relieve Hay Ftvtr or CuM njlhe Head Catarrh wiien nrgltcUxl1nfhm Iad coJ Consumption Snuffles wilt aVe you II you use Itat one It is tit ordinary remedy but a complete raiment which is posttvely uuxr n eel to cure Catirili In nnj tim i tKc If nail tccordini tu the dUtc tuns which BCovnijmy each pck me OonTt deUy but send for it t nee antI write lull pattioilari aa to ur condition arid you win receive fMclfll advice rrnm tha discover ol U wonderful rrnirrfy if mlini urcana without cost to u qond- be regular price ol mfll the UlurAntetil Cutmth Care tt4V perused lo any iaiJr in the iuitrd SUtf or Cotta Iun n c i fit 1 e Dollar A Wrtss Ttt I fit 4 II Gales 8 Compinv 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coffee thats scientifically t roasted and delivered to you withal1theporoftheberiybermetcaUy t sure of a good of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced bthercofkcpackcrstoputout imitations cost the grocer andyouacentapoundl- ess than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buyIa package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbucklei I Roasted OoffeoV I for it Is actually less expensive than the cheap kind goes further besides being better flavored more satis lying Yon will thud a lit oJ osrful arti ties in each package of AitmcUa Coffee A put of one of tb M trtick bececm yams when 700 bay the coffee The cue you ect from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion DrpoAsient I certain number of signatures cut tiara tho viaypca- ARDUCKLC BROS Notion Dept Noir York City NY n rrf6 f itl ir1JI t1WGANNoothtr Medical Firm icr ih wfid hat tfee e ubll hl repetition for rnrttir Uenaiifi Women ttai Da Ka K 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LION COFFEE youjvlll find a fully Illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or girl will fall to find In the list some article which will contribute to theIr happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by utmply cAUlng out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers 9f our one pound sealed packages which is the only form In which this excellent coffee Is sold I WOOLSON SPICB CO TOLEDO OHIO J 1 1 t 1 4V VtV t kV L J W1fml atr uaeri4Circuit CoOttW T Oiren LKflwd rladnalorkllulonert 0 II Ukrni Tr tw Jury Fund H r Steven ShedS hartford Deputy HhcrlBU rio- f Becker Tll Ifeuton J D TRJlor W K- rloity aVConrt coDTvne Ant Mondajr In Uarcli lad August sod cnntlnnn tbMto and tktrd ofoadRJ In May and Noinntwr twp week Countj Conrt J I Miller JiJgtj ILL Ilin lad Clortl U U llMTrla Attorney Hartford VConrt conrtnM Bnt Mondn JD eatb nonfb Qaitrtrrl ConrtDrglnt on tb third Uondajr U April Jnljr October and Jaoniry Cued ol alnwConTrHM Ant lloodiy la 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