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TilE HARTFoRD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Wok a Specialty ornciii RAN or THE nm IN IBB TOT comEsiomoisUG Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FJI1DAY MAY 24 1901 No 44 lot CIIMilg i noeof tht eytiaml the flatbed cheeks of tht attentive clerk Indicate nervous ctMr ther than health If this U trot under mOlt favorable condi i dons what shall be cald of those who sufTeffroin woman ly dUewea and who Ijcadachebackache dyafttrNd tick woman snoold ifegl ct the mUIII of cure for WBSMBlr d4srefTrttd InDotor Ficttes Favorite Prescription It JICod drains heah 111DICeruon turn frnule wttkntxs It makes weak women strong and tick women well A A heart uuiUnliir with inttlnde veIl- S S Mtvr of dut crt site to write to you suit ItU you ot wonderful ucmrei My Ulu Cartan C Hook Orauttmnt OrsnKburr Co itk Cartilinscity the iie of- rsvoiite Dr Mtrcci I sin entirely a sew coaptred wltk the poor 11rorhiwntte 7 foar month sro I rcmsrk to my parents slraort rtsrthst It teems almost a fcrttedldiielocoa ron to much nod Ihitlof liii whole tumrccr I cuuld acarce1r wlk slut the house so- dritioiy I walked losT nlln suit kit Utter p015 tmtreUe pnunitsUmtdla it irortt wnu Doctor Picross FIcuuuit Pellets curt liOuthcaaDWiXDIiit M L IlEAV UIN Kttorney at LaxHARTFORD KY Will pmetk ku praleulnn la all ih rains ot OWo sad ilol lmi eonntlra and fun rt of Appeals HpecUl attention ultra tu enllectkint ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW TlrllKMIIT MY Will prartlra hU rrofrwlon la ill tht eonrts of Ohio eoaat y aad burt iif Appeal Prompt sod carWnl eoskttnlki rlten all hwlima rutnittd to dim rindependeat Telephone office JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attrition irltwi tn rolWUon tiiillBC iMtntrtt Af aUo Notiirr Inblle for Ohio toon tj Ufflft orth Mt paWIe sqos O E SMITH ATTORNEY Ar LAW iiAtirruitii KY Will iUirolw lon In ill tbt mirUot Oblo mil dllalunUdluarlolplII- IAI attention ICI to e n kit ear IImla Co Atft mla cuirtkouw F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW HAimoiirt KY Will tirutlr In th tonrti of Ohio eonntr arid Court ol AqaI rromnt attention rrlitii to til biilinu eitroited 10 kit tart tUft la Herald building J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law IlAtiTFonD KY Will prattle lii tnloa In Olio and adjoin iirotintlil irtten to aKM e ira to kl rot- S P ROBY- 4TTORJVEY AT LAW rOKIINVIIIR KKMTCHHT Will prattle hl prolwlon In oil the marts of Ohio and adoarl01 Alt01i- 41ctal attention given to collection JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW iiARTronn KY- perlnl attention Urea to alt bnilneM entrust tdtnhUcart omct In courtbon C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYk WUI bla ptofsloD In oil thi eIti of Ohio and adjoining conntlw ierlftl nttentloa to entrusted to his curwilt bt KlTta VoIItlo a iwdalty u E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practlet hit wlon In alt the court of Ksntuekl p attention girro to ruilectiu- npttlmut of deredtnft mtntet road rasts and criminal practice OBlct uhtitatri Urlffln blockI J G IHARTFORD Will rUre his profnwlon In all tht courts of Ohio sod adjoining cointlm nod tht ttoart of Ap lruiupt nllon MICCO to nU buslnms- scitruiti4 to him OhIo In HircDUCiX building H R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAUTFOBU KY Will practice hit nrofwilon In theconrlsof Ohio and adlolnlu eonntlet Alto Notary Inbllc 7 SoutHern RailwayThrough Southern Stat- wKKNTUOKYTKNNESSEB South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CARa INAGEOR- GIA and MISSISSIPPI 4U Ullrt Three Dallr Trains Between Ionls viii and LtxIsKtoi Obwrratloa Chair Cars Trails leur aud arrir Loulsyill from SlIlbUnion Dtoot connecting vlth trains of the llllJolt Central I1allroac1 aniILJI 4 Pt LII II Yor Information addrosa A Wicnox P I T A2i6 Ith Art LooJuTlIK WW II TATtOf Assistant 01 A I W S ucvLrTrltro aorWaabloglOoyAvair r j GREAT GUNS AT I PAN=AMERICAN Uncle MammothlCoast Buffalo ExpositionI It has lomctlmei been salt by un thinking people tbnt the srncoaxt cities f the Uultitl SlfltCH are not well tie feuded A flood of new light will be let Into such gloomy minds by tho Ord Dance exhibit ot hoW1r Dcpartuutnl at the PanAmerican Exposition When the JjphtlQ opuS months season at Ilaffnlb on May I of this year the early visitor will II ml the largest anti most inwerful guardians of our vrncontts ever exhibited liy the fulled States Government Even the smaller of the two great new guim In the Government exhibit nt the Kxpoid tlon will be larger than any over before displayed by our Uncle SamueL Captain Ieter C Ilarrlfl who repre hefts tile War Department In charge of tile entire war exhibit line been CII gased actively for months upon his great work of collecting the newest dis play of the kind ever made In this country It was an absurd question IKrliil that I asked when I Inquired Jf lila exhibit would be ready on May 1 as though there were any other al ternative for a soldier The Captain looked reprovingly at me lint nf the gunsemit guns Indeed big around nil n locomotive boiler thirty odd feet long with a more ravage muzzle titan ever coughed destruction upon any hostile fleet built with the accuracy of n watch BO delicate In ad justment that a little linger tony trav erse the gun thus moving a weight of nearly halt a million pounds yet n ma chine to spout n volcano blast and to create an earthquake at the will of maul The his gun of which I sjxak Is a United States Army twelve Inch breecbloadlng rifle model of 1813 mounted upon a disappearing carriage Its weight stripped of everything even the breech block Is 115000 pounds Its total length Is 30 8SIOO feet The maximum diameter at the breech Is 415 Inches It throws an armor perclng shot weighing 1000 pound tbi length of which Is threu ind om halt feet It also throws a pro lectllean armor piercing shell weighing 1000 pounds tour feet long carrying n bursting charge of KM pounds of gun cotton The charge of powder Is 240 pounds of smokeless or 400 pounds of brown prismatic K wder The muzzle velocity of the projectiles under the above conditions Is 2300 feet per sec 3nd with a maximum pressure per Kjimrc Inch of 37000 pounds The muzzle energy Is 30071 foot tons Tho power of penetration In steel at tho muzzle Is 300 Inches at 1000 yards 25 Inches at 2000 yards 2T5 Inches ind at 3600 yards 235 Inches The total weight of the gun and carriage Is I77WO pounds Tbo carriage II twcn lyflvo feet tu diameter at the base and the gun when In firing position Is icvcntecu feet above the base of tho carriage When the shot Is tired the recoil causes the mechanism to lower the gun seven anti onehalf feet behind the parapet The gun has an no uracy of aim for about eight miles Iud the extreme range Is about double that distance As I hove said guns of this typo iave never before been exhibited by ibo United States Government and CAFTAIX PETER c nARniS tJ s A I3uptrlnlend ot ot Ordnioce Exhibit it PuAnn lean Eipodtlon they are designed for use In secret fortifications to which no visitors are admitted under any circumstances Tue gun was manufactured at Watervllc Arsenal near Troy N Y The cat rlagu was made at tho Watcrtown Arsenal near Boston Tbo disappearing carriage was designed several years ago by Captain Bufflugton now Brlga dice General and Chief of Ordnance and Improved and adapted to modern tIed rifles by Captain William Crazier Ordnance Corps United States Army It Is known as the ButUngtonCrozIci carriage The mounting of these mam tooth pieces of ordnance has been It the taacnedlato charge of Lleutennn R II 0 Kclton and a small detail 01 artillerymenTo the observer readily U make an Intelligent comparison of thi mounts pf our seacoast guns Captuh Harris has caused to bo placed by tbi side of the great twelveInch gun a ten Inch rIfle on n barbette carriage In t barbette carriage tho rifle In at al times exposed above the parapet Tb reader may remember tho discussion 01 the subject between General Miles am tho Ordnance Board the general no favoring tho disappearing device duct ly on account of Its complicated mocha flaw and Its liability to get out of or dcr Each carriage appears to have It particular use On elevated sites the parnpct furnishes all tho protection re quired but on a lint coast the dlsap pearlg would seen to possess very greatadvantage It Is thought that on low sites the rifle must be mounted either on n disappearing carriage or In alujrtt Jlhe expense ffa turretIs cs at about four and a half hWIII the cost of too dlsappearins C3rrlaoie rite Kadfcott Hoard on Ordnance and Iortlflcatlons n number of years ago decided In favor of tbe disappearing carriage and the department has bcn laboring to obtain a satisfactory ono The ono shown at the PanAuicrlcan Kxponltlon Is considered the most per feet In the world Tbe tenInch breechloadlng rifle Is from tho model of 1605 nod weighs CO TOO Pounds Its total length Is 3070 feet antI tbe diameter of the breech Is thirtyseven Incites The projectile Is an armor piercing shot or shell Time shell carries a bursting charge of 224 pounds of gun cotton and weighs 575 pounds having a length of four feet The solid shot Is three and onehalf feet long The powder charge Is 140 pounds of smokeless powder and the muzzle velocity of tbe projectile Is 2300 feet In a second Tho maximum pressure per square Inch Is 37000 pounds The muzzle energy with Ihe charge of smokeless powder Is 21080 toot tons Tbe gun has a penetrating power of twenty thebes In steel at 2GOO yards I At tho right of tbo tenInch gun a twelveInch mortar has been mounted Iud It U no small affair Farther to the Is n flvclnch rapid tire gun All I tlltgun of each type used In seacoast forti fications- i To tho loft of the great twelveInch disappearing gun will be exhibited the old seacoast ordnance of the United i States arranged In a historical series the twelveInch gun Itself representing the climax Near the small building specially constructed for this purpose will be displayed tbo mountain field stud siege guns of the present day together with types of old guns used In the different wars In which tho United States tiara been engaged The Ordnance exhibit will show the historical development of ordnance In the United States a gun representing every type adopted by the United States and showing the evolution of guns mortars and bowltzers Among the howitzers will be one wade In 1703 There will also be thirty or forty tro- PhY guns displayed according to pen od of capture A novel feature vrlll be a trophy fountain representing a burst Ing shell with water spouting from Its crevices This will be mounted on a pile of projectiles surrounded by tro Plus gUlls I The largest guns mounted In any of our seacoast batteries during tbe war of 1812 were twentyfour pounders the diameter of bore being lisa than six Inches and the weight of guns 0500 pounds They were a little over ten feet long and the powder charge was t sir and eight pounds of black powder i They were mounted upon wooden cnr riages In 1829 tbe thirtytwo pounder with a caliber of 041 Inches using a charge of eight to ten pounds of black powder was adopted and In 1831 the fortytwo pounder with a caliber ot seven Inches nnd using ten to fourteen pounds of black powder canto Into use In 1844 the eight and ten Inch Column blads fired n shot weighing sixtyfive pounds nnd used a charge of ten to fit teen pounds of black powder Time ten I Inch shot weighed 120 Ilounds and the powder charge was eighteen and toni ty pounds I In 1S01 the first flftecntnch Rodman gun was cast These guns were I smoothbores of cast Iron The process of manufacture was evolved by Gen- erali Rodman who to prevent Injuri ous strains produced by cooling castings from the exterior cast these guns on n hollow core and cooled by a I stream of water or air passing through I tho core Rodmans flftccnlnch gun i flnxl a shot weighing 428 pounds with a charge of forty pounds of black pow tier and was tIme lint great gun Intro senlcoIsmoothbores Captain Parrotts rifles I were tho first ones of largo caliber used lit the United States service Tim Ian I gest of these had an eight and ten Inch bore and were cast hollow anti cooled from tIme Interior on time Rod man plo They were strengthened by shrinking a coiled band of wrougbt Iron over that portion of the gun which surrounds the powder charge The eightInch Parrqtt rifle fired an elon gated projectile weighing 100 pounds with a charge of sixteen pounds of black powder The tenInch rifle fired a 2TO round elongated projectile with twentylive pounds of powder Inside of tbe main Government build Ing will be exhibited the machine guns of all kinds Including the automatic gun now being used by the United States Army In the Philippines and China also several hundred small arms showing the development of these arms from bo match lock wheel lock flintlock and percussion cap lock to tbo breechloadlng magazine smallp arms of todayI In the Engineering section of the I War Department will be exhibited I models of engineering work both mil itary and those constructed by our II Engineer Corps In the river and harbor work Among the latter will be mod els of tbe breakwater being construct I ed In Buffalo harbor A very Interesting collection of models of engineer- Ing work on tbe Mississippi River will also bo displayed Two of tbo Missis sippi modclatbe Hydraulic Dredging Plant and Hydraulic Grader were S given the rand prize In the rectal t ana exposition In tho Signal section of the War De partment exhibit will be displayed all Instruments and appliances used In communication by flag heliograph wire telegraph cable and by wireless telegraphy Wireless telegraphy will bo In operation at all times during the Exposition one station being located at the Government building on the grounds and the other station some mills away probably at Fort Porter The Military Academy at West Point has never been represented nt any prO vious exposition A very complete and Interesting exhibit showing history curriculum plant of the Academy its work and workings will constitute a part of the War Department exhibit The Inclosure of tho West Point ex hibit will have the form and appeAr- ance of regular cadet barracks the top of the partition showing battle ments with a tower at each corner A committee of professors pf the Military Academy baa been appointed by the superintendent of the Academy to pta pare thlsexhlbit CLW Lamed Professor of Drawing who Is a iaemberof the committee has recently sent Cap lain Harris a plan of this feature In tile Quartermasters section will be shown paintings photographs and drawings Illustrating the Army Trans port service Uniforms of the army nt different periods from the Revolution to the present day will be exhibited on about forty lay figures The entire exhibit of tbe War De partmcnt under Captain Harris will be of a most entertaining character as the Captain has visited alt the arsenals of the country gathering such things as to him seemed of public Interest and value In orderto make an entirely new and attractive exhibit MAnic BESHITT Nrthtng has ever been produced to equal or compare with Tablets Buck eye Pile Ointment as curative and healing application for Piles Flssursa blind and bleeding external or In ternal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief Is Immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts m You Will Never be Sorry For living a pure life For doing your level best For looking before leaping For being kind to the poor For hearing before judging For thinking before speaking For harboring clean thoughts For standing by your principles For stopping your ears to gossip For being generous to an enemy For being courteous to all For always being honest in business dealings For giving every nnfottunnte person a lilt- I3ihionsnrsa p v is a condition charac terized by adlsttllb lD eojlieorgans The stomach In debilitated the liver torpid the bowels constipated There Is a loathing oi food pains In the bowels dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undigested or partly digested toed and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbance of the stomachand create a healthy appe tite They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels Try them and are certain tube much pleased with result For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mo J One Divorce to Five Marriages Chicago has always borne a rather unenviable reputation as a divorce enter buf that reputation is growing steadily worse Dakota led in this matter at one time It made its laws avorable to divorces for the purpose pose of attracting visitors and theta was said to be always a large divorce colony at Pierre awalnllng degrees that set them lice from their tnatri lonial bonds Chicago however has completely distanced Dakota and is now the dl voice center of tbe Union Clerks in the Circuit and Superior Courts there are kept almost as busy filling divorce tapers and records as the marriage II cense clerk in Issuing permits for lov- Ing palms to enter conjugal felicity Twenty per cent oi the marriages In Cook county ate according to court statistics failures For six months of last year 9340 marriage license were Issued and 1912 petitions for dl voice ganted Or In other words for every five couples that seek marriage in Chicago one seeks its dissolution Into each life some ruins must fall Vise people dont sit down and bawl Only fools suicide or take to flight Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at night Ask for druggist Is be a young man ot brains in quired an old gentlemen respecting a youth Well really said his daughter I dont know I never met him anywhere except In society Ex For Whooping Cough Asthma Bronchitis or Consumption no medi cine equals Ballards Horehound Syiup Price 25 and 50 cts In- V 4 A Promise to Mother While drinking whiskey was the fashion all about him Abraham tin coin never forgot his dead mothers request to close his lips against intox icants Once when he was a member ol Congress a friend criticised him lor his seeming rudeness In declining to test the rae wines provided by their host urging as a reason for the ttptoof There is certainly no dan I gtlr of a man of your years and habits I ans useIpromised a few daysI bfore she died that I would never use aiythlng intoxicating as a beverage arid I consider that promise as binding today as it was the day I gave it 4Tbere is a great difference between alchlld surrounded by a rough class of drinkers and a man In a home ot re friendIforever John and when r1Hde to a mother It is donbly binding replied Mr tin cola Youths Temperance Banner CJ ElJnlCtiupcloIryIt- poisonorBlood deadly cancer are 0 f5 at b odj a1zta on 411hr cieasJeaUu cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used II jou have blood poison pro duciog ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin ecrofula old rheumatism oroN feoaive form oi catarrh scabs and scoles deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sorer swellings lumps per slstent wart or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case alter everything else fails Botanic Blood Balm R B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and buildiug up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 33 years Sold at drug stores fl pel large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Attana Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given un til cured Botanic Blond Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mercury ss so many advertised remedies do but is composed ol Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 testimona of cute by taking B B B OoSTOnX4loan tielbstimid You Han wars Bought tter t A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle says Geo B Cary editor ol the Guide Washington Va After using sever al well recommended medicines with out success I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to saj that relief came as soon as I began it use and a completely cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used In my family for frost bitten Jett wltbtbe best Jesuits cueerfnlli recommended its use all who may tired a first class liniment Sold by Z Wayne GrIffin Bro m Dont Tobacco Ijpllnd Sralt Tirnr 1 4fi bay- To quit tobacco easily nnd forever be rose tuttle lull ot life nerve anil vigor take KoTo Usa the wfinJcrnorker that makes weak men strong All drtiKilitu Wcorll Cure cuartn teed booklet nmt sample tree Address Sterling lloinedr Co Cblcaco or New York v Married Last Sunday Miss Maud Massie the youngest daughter of Judge C W Massie and Mr Harry Wilson formerly of Hawes vllles went toCanneltoa last Sunday where they were married They re turned to the city Sunday and have THE HOME GOLD CURE A n Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and PosI- tive Cure for theJJquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol intoxicating liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants SuQerera may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of Inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation oi thousands of Drunk ards Into sober industrious and up Icht men Wives cure your husbands II ChIN dren cure your fathetcl This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a tptclfic for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared tbat it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that It can Ie given in a cup of tea or cofite without the knowledge of the person tak ing It Thousands drunkards have I cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as tuauy wore have btenIcured and made temperate men having the Cure loving friends and relatives without I their knowledge in coffee or tea and j believe today that discontinued I drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and Iedlng Improvement Drive out the disease at once and lor all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low I price of One Dollar thus placing treatIi Inc f26 to 50 Full directions ac company each package Special a1 vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles and 2332 Market street Philadelphia I All correspondents strictly con ential Jiiu r ELMEB FLEMING of MRS Minnwrltea from Polk ItrcetN EI I have been troubled all my life with catarrh I took Fcrnna for about throo months and now think I am permanently cured I believe that for catarrh in all Its forms Fcrnna Is the medicine of the age It cures whoa all other remedies fall Mrs C Nickel Hebron Neb writes UI suffered from weakness for ten years The least exertion caused me pain In the middle of my chest and difficulty in breathing When I would awake In the night my heart wonld palpitate ao that I often could not sleep I took Parana and now I ian do allot my work easily without getting short of breath Peruaa Is the best mtdlclaetormc It ttrenftheaM my nerves It Is Just what I need As lenses Iuse Peruaa do not know anythingtbout weakness Ihave never found a medicine that makes me feel so strongand vigorous taPeruoa ishallalways keep Peruaa been boarding at Mr J U Mnsslen on the Leitchfield road The mar- rIage was a great surprise to their friends The bride is a lovely young woman and has a great many friend Mr Wilson Is emplyed at the wagon factory and is an energetic young man of splendid habits 0 xrensboro Inquirer Try the new remedy for costive ness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaran ttlYZp a We can start a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College nt Howling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school Lookl AMHrll liiTllilf SaTeS nine Hutches Tonic tnatet I uantl token Inearlr sprIng and Fall irorenti Chill Drnme and Material Fever AcU on the llv r tones up the ijnteia Hotter than Cnlomrl nod DruggiltSlow Are Your JUdneyes- or Uobbi1 Pillcar all kidney Iii 8trime free Add burling flentedi CoVhicago or N- On J account of the Pan Ameiican Exposition round trip tickets will be sold at following rates and limits fIB 91 on sale only on each Monday during the month tf May limited to five davs ion return 25 20 on sale dally limit fifteen days jj8 45 on sale dally limit October 31 for tei turn S B VANMETBR Agt CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought S1aUr Juxf72U esa o- Dd account ol ElksStreet Fair and Carnival at Owensboro Ky May 20 to 25 round trip tickets will be soldI at rate of one fare for round Tickets on sale May 20 to 25 limited May 26forreturn S B VANMBTBR Agt eEducate Tour novels tutu Cuicarets I Candy Cathartic forever I It acc iolidruggttarefund macnez I Hughes ChillTonicI 1tc1c1oBe- fterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD HELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC- A well as a sure tore for C1III1S and FE vans Mularlol Evei swamp Fever rind JIll- Ions Keren It Never FailsJust what you need nt tills season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS S E D ArrIVE SPLENDID TONIC i Guaranteed by your PraKRlits Dont take any substitute Try Ittoe and 100 PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co SItW IXCOniOIlATKU Louisville Ky In the house ft ought to have M place In every home 4 The onger I me it tho bettor I like it I would not give your book The Ills of Life sway for any price It I could not got- Nervousness another is due to bloodlessness of nerve centers I I To enrich the HOW blood II to cure DlsrcKUniATons system calls STRONGtormorobloodand NERVES rnna answers this 5call by giving th system a perfect supply of pure red blood Thus it is that Fernna is a natural tonic It does not temporarily stimulate tbo nervous system but permanently invigorates it Pernua regulates the supply of blood to the various parts of the system When one part has more bloodthanit ought to have another part is deprived thn vrll sold and liuiittd toreiirrtcnt 5117 titraadvancement earnest oudl TIIOUU of itf natural sapplyof blood This sets all sorts irregularities people who spend time Indoors Pernna cures affec tioni by regulating the supply and giving to each part the system exactly that portion the blood which it Is entitled By producing a natural appetite cot renting digestion and regulating the supply blood tyitem Parana removes the cause a thousand and maladies very in warm weather The fatigue and languor of hot neatberls directly duo toImpoverished condition prepares the way for the advent almost toy dis ease Perun protects the system the ailments summerby fortifying It with a regular supply the best A entitled sent free by The Feme Medicine eo Columbus Ohla TWELVEINCH BnEECHLOADINO SEACOAST DEFENSE RIFLE ON DISAPPEARING CARRIAGE IN FIRING POSITION K KfrJ ifiNervouWeak MenThoauoda of Ind middleseed tore are snonally to C IIftYO tlirongti ItIJLX ENIJiSCUiTION RXIII4MUH AND 111001- DZeCA5LB Ityoubueanyotthefollowlngsymptoms consult U beforeitli toolato Are TOO ocrront weak despOndent and tpocka before the eyes with dark circlet under them weak back kldneya Irritable lpltallod or tba heart bashful dreamland lou nliment In urIne on the face sunken eyes hollow checks careworn expreulon memory lifeless dlitruttfnl lack and strength tired inorulnci ratleu nlfUti changeable moods weak man hood stunted onraaf premature decay bone pallID hair loose sore throat etc Oni Nsw MtitUod Treatment tiUleure you MENS LIFE BLOODKotlilnff can be more demoralising to yonnfrand mtddleagcd than emliiloni at nlffht or ecretdratni through the urine unfit a man for busIness married life or social No matter whether caused b evil habits la youth poalotlveI1oa011oJJI11No Names Used Without Written Consent ft y tua coimtlcM victims ol early vice at 15 yeart of are The drains on my system were my well ns my sexual and iI T tern irao years 1 tried scores of knlolfjelectrlcbelis patent medicines Some ine nono cured I rlTlnj up la fact contemplating suicIde when a fr TIJ mo M a last report to irlra the New IMethod Treatment of Ore K A K a lair trial Without confidence I consented and In three months I a cured I cured c seven years ago am married aol offJIa nn H iA OeforeTreatment fellow men After Treatment OWe treat and run Varlrocele Emit ibis Nervous Debility Weakness Glen Stricture Syphilis Unnatural Discharges Self Abate Kidney and Bladder Diseases rind all heists of Men and Women WHO USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicIne sent Co O D No names on boxes or envelopes Everything confidential Question list and cost of treatment FREE Drs 626 WALNUT STREETKennedy KerganI I CiNClNHAI OHIO On account of Confederate Vet erans Reunion at Memphis Tenn May 28 to 30 round trip tickets be at rate ol fs 70 from Beaver Dim to Memphis return Tickets on sale May 25 26 and 27 to June 4i for return- S B VANMETER Agt cirnteed900dry Men aid Wont otiroid address D SOlOS to tmifl appointing agents lbWIlocal work lookIng after our Utrrettn guaranteed yearly commlalons nnd enieiiiw rapid old ntablli a tdkosio Irnnd rhanra for loan or women pleasant permanent poltltii liberal fntnrt New llmt Writ at oncesameaIIEM r3 Church Ill ln Ilaitli Comm up of functional 10 common to much these of blood of of to of in the of one common blood This of against ot of blood book Summer Catarrh premature eloomy men ivas was man was Seminal NAMES I 4 rlllCAM IIEAIINO ChilE rou- CATARRHI BALMI It U quickly aborb ed Ulres atI our U opens rind iCUanies the Nasal i PuMairet Allay tnfla- madoui Ilenln and frotectt the r Membrane Itmtoros tkt Weniwt of Test soil Hniell Large tilt CO outs at Druggists or by mall Trial tlto to rents hy mall KIY I IIOTllKllSMWarr u Street New York To Can ConstIpation FonTtn Take Casearetll Caadr Cathartic lot orSO I U U aO faa W Cure druggists refund mows rr- i 1 flt1lI I f 11I a IIT lltJ 1 1IN L d L r 1 tIartfotd Republicah FRIDAY MAY 24 OJ UUUillor a3xoTSaneedFIdays I1tered IIartford pOIOffic IS secondclass mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET For Itrpmrntmivr ALV1H N IIKXMTIT For County Jnilicr ION ROUEIW For ConnlT Cons Clerk t N UAGLAS- IFortonniy Attorney Jl L11CAVIUV For Hhrrlll CAL 1 KEOHV ForSrliool Hiiiirrliitrnilrnl JAxr uanIPI roe Jailer Tll OMAN II BLACK For A++M or FKAMt Lull For liirviyor JOHN II foals Fur Coroner IliiN L DAVIS SJs1 DJSrJTUL m i =ie rant MAGISTRATE 8ECONI D18TIIIOT We are anthorlttd to noun Ueo WJlBriln- At n rondldatefor Magltntelnthe Cromwell MiiKlitrrtal rTimtrkt Dt Jeet to the action oltht ItrpobllmD parry Wr art authorized to announce C K HALEY An a candidate for Mariitrntt In the Cromwell MagtutiTlal lilitrtct labjwt to tlw action vlttw Hrpatlkwn party THIRD DISTIHCT We are autboriied to aoDoutiee JOHN SI UIIAIIAM- Ai a cnidldate for SlncMrntf In the Unlphnr NprlagnMnwIterlallNelrkb object to tneac thra of party FIFTH JOfSTniCT We are authoring to announce Kll MA SMI An a eandldnte for Mmrtntrate In tie nofor- dLngitrrlateldatrlet abject to the iKtlim of the Itrpublltwa partyHIXTM DISTRICT We are authorized to announce w P niMiiit NIL AiarandMatrforMairlftratc li the enl01aMasltcrl Kltrlct inbjKttotbv actlun or the nklgblICen 0Iy HGVCNTII USTHIT We ore authorized to announce I llillUY lOMV- An a conciliate for Mnalitrate In the llotkmr- ttlagletetlallhlrktau4eetto tlie IK lion ul tbr ke I bIn 01 rty ITS QUITE THE THING TO DO Twelve months ago the bastards of the press Weru defending Iledwiue lam Goebelism and other revolution aiyisma which infected Kentuckys soil ascribing to the leaders of these political monstrosities that proud dis tinction Divinely Inspired They preached to and prayed with the peo ple of Kentucky that political conven tions could not be conducted as Sun day schools that it was only politics and that was all When their lead ers declared from the stump that civic political and natural rights ex isted no more and would henceforth not be respected These cub of cor ruption shouted amen and amen When the old LUonc rule of impar tially selecting juries was set aside and the decree issued by the courts that a Republican oiEcixl should be tried by twelve partizaus intensely partizan Democrats theysent up a hallelujah to tie most Highwhen James Andrew Paper Legged Scott offered to sweeten Youtseys exile out of the 8100000 corruption dish if he would give cviJence that would hang Taylor and damn the Republican parly These fellows personi fication of innocence righteous living and virtues of stainless purity fell pellmvll over each other in their effort to be first to sanction and approve it declaring that it was the fulfillment of the great Vattersoniaubihlicism viz Under the operation of theI Goebel law the result ot the election is not left to chance These sponsors of this political ini quity have been defending these things for two years past but have commencedalready in their druken frivolity to talk of Goebelism Red wineiem in the Republican party be cause of the odium attached to these modern political debris Nothing can be said or done which tends totexpose Demotracys prospects official favor or blight her future hopes of victory without these fellows raise a howl about the so calledtRedwiucismGoebeligmc Of course it U quite the thing to dolmt the good i people of Ohio county WIllremember that these things were done in the name of Democracy for Democracys chieftains and was sanctioned ando tInget Gentlemen Ohio county citizens i have you spotted and they willt none of you you endorsed Goeheliim in 99 and 1000 and you must endorse it in 1001 You spoke III its defense t at Mclleury and Cenlcrtowa and Cromwelland Furdsville and elsewhere in ftD and 00 Will you de fend it at thete points iu 1901 We J serve nollpe on tho tubieditod loser gent pressthat Goebelism is ns repug nant to the people of this county to day as it was in 99 and you should not desert the principles of your chieftain and charge them to the ac count of others who have never been accustomed to bow at the altar of a human being horn and bred in the sins of this world Friends of civil liberty when you go into the booth this fall remember the incarcerated Caleb Powers whose only proven offense and misfortune was his election to the Secretaryship of State in 1899 WE understand the Institute pro gram committee is considering apian to secure the services of ExGovernor Bob Taylor one night during the Institute which will be some time in July Nothing could possibly please the teachers so well or profit them so muchas an evening spent with this humorist and lecturer from Dixie His auditors would not be confined to the teachers nor to the citizens ol Hartford but they would come from the remotest sections of the county and from other counties The teach ers and greater part of the citizens of the county have never had the good fortune to bear this genius ot the platform and many of them have long desired an audience with him It the committee would permit us to have a wordwe would advise and insist that ExGov Bob Taylors services be em ployed one night during the Institute for the general good of the entire county as no mistake can possibly be made in selecting such a man TTOE great Illinois Central Railroad Company has been rapidly advancing during the past quarter of a century In the three or four years since it bought the N N M V it has made it one of the very best systems in the country Lees wrecks occur on it than any other road in the State and passenger service is all that could be expected or desired A company with this sort of record will materially benefit the country in a thousand ways The company recently provided for its employes to take stock thus making the laborers interest Identicle with the companys Besides this the company has arranged to pension its disabled employes which takes ef feet first of July next The I C is uptodate in every respect and we congratulate the county on poscessins such a valuable luxury ALAIUMAS new constitutional on vention met Monday to revise or amend the present constitution It is more than probable that the proposi tion to eliminate the negro from poli tics which has been agitating the minds of the Democratic politicians lor some time will be carried into effect and he will be barred from fur they participating in governmental fairs This sort of vassalietn is very similar to the original condition of the negro race one is political bondage the other physical The same spirit it brooding in Kentucky and has been for sometime Woodson expressed ibo real sentiment of the Democratic party and if that parly ever gets con trol of the Legislature sulliciently it will be all day for the colored man in Kentucky TilE old Democratic rooster stands back boastfully swearing vengeance to the present Democratic ticket Evidently be remembers 97 and its attending results He says he crowed over the head of the ticket in 07 as- a Populist and this year the same head of the ticket has asked him to believe he was a Democrat in 97 when he told the people that ho was a Populist and was elected County Judge as a Populist The old cock vows that he will crow no more until the tail understands the head Avery wise conclusion We congratulate you old boy WE understand that the Democrat ic candidate for Jailer has beenIItra versing the county in the vain hope of being our next Jailer ported to have said be even dream of being couldutI leas to think so November corroborate his timely acknowledgement Verily he is up against tho inevitable and recognizes this fact and his comrades in despondency willI give vent to like expressions after the 5th of November if not before AITEK a lingering illnefs of two ivccks between life and death Mrs McKinley is on the road to recover ind the Presidential party willreturn o Vashinglon immediately AllI America loves President and Mrs tlcKiulcy and she rejoices in the reo lovery of her foremost daughter from he ravages of a dreaded disease TbeI resident is receiving many congratu ations on the recovery of his devoted ompanion and he is jubilant nowt Till PunAmerican Exposition 111i pen in full blast and Iklliilo is now he center of attraction Those who contemplate a visit or an outing dur ng the summer months should attend be Buffalo Exposition lira great Viagra Falls and n trip to Canada in ddition to the Exposition will be at raclions for the general public Fell Dead at Wifes Feet Evansville Ind May 20John L ones shot and killed Thomas Keene s to day In tbp presence of Keane wife Mrs Keane is bookkeeper In Jones department store Keane went in th store this morning and began to abus- her e and Jones interfered Keane pull ed a pistol and Jones also drew his andshot Keane in the heart who fell dead at his wifes feet Keene was separated from his wife at Cairo Ill two years ago The father of Keane is R wealthy man at Cairo where the remains will be sbfpped Keane was jealous ofJones and it is asserted that he often threat ehed his life Aged Elopers Greenup Ry May 22 William Henderson aged 81 and Mrs Arthur James aged79 passed through here today on their way to Ohio to be married They stated that they were running away because their children and grandchildren objected to the match They are going to the Pan American exposition on their bridal tourThus is tile old aphorism fulfilled never too old to get married R Unless a woman eats sufficient nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested it Is the base of all health all strength and all beauty Herblne will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 cts Shot to Death on the Stage Clarksburg W Va May 20Thr Traders theater here tonight was the scene of an accidental fatal shooting A stock company was putting on a play in which there was a wild west scene and a number of local young men were pressed into service to help in the shooting scenes While the firing was at Its height a bullet from the revolver of Luther Moore stuck W H McClurg in the heart causing instant death There is no explana tion how the ball cartridge came to be in Moores revolver A Fight Dr IL B Tull now located at Hartford and a young man from Cen tral City mixed Sunday mcrnlng at the depot The doctor got the best end of the scrap although they were separated befor any damage was done Dr Tull was released on 20 bond to appear The Central City man was releasedNew Wrinkle For a sUfi neck there is nothing better than a free application ofCham berlains Pain Balm It quickly relieves the stiffness and soreness ef feeling a complete cure For sale bj Z Wayne Griffin Bio m Three Children Killed and Devour ed by a Bear Job W Va May 22The three cihldren of E P Portet field n moun taineer residing about twelve miles southeast of this place while gather ingfliwers in the woods near their home were killed and partially devoured by a bear A searching party found the re mains and later shot and killed the hear The children were Mary aged three Willie aged five and Henry aged seven The bodies presented n sickening sight and were carried home in sacks The parents are almost crazed with grief the bereavement leaving them no children ACCORDINO to recent census returns the city of London has a population of 6578784 Says the Atlanta Con stitution iniraWe dieM To the colored peoplethe watch word now throughout the entire coun try is On to Scuth Carrollton next Sunday May the a6th It willi be the grandest occasion of the sea I tbee sermons a prize rally and baptizing Boat and train excursions from different points Everybody cordially invited i A Wealthy Negro Dies in Hopkins ville I Hopkinsville Ky May 22 Ptcr Postell Sr the wealthiest colored j man in Western Kentucky if not in j the entire State died this morning of dropsy He had been in failing health for a year or more Ills estate Is esti mated at more than 500000 Much ol it is In valuable real estate in this city He had been In the grocery business here lor thirty years John j appontIedAsylum by Gov Bradley but the i Senate rejected the nomination He is now a yauger jn the Revenue Ser vicePostells large justness Interests here arc conducted by another ton Peter Postell Jr who stands high as L business man Two Negros are lUlled in a Shaft 22Whllejrepalrll Company near this city to day the rope holding the cage in which a miner was going down broke and the cage fell on another man working j n the bottom of the shaft Both tueaI who were colored were instantly killed Nothing has ever been produced to iqnal or compare with Tablets Buckeye j Pile Ointment as curative and healing application for Piles Fissures Mind and bleeding external or Internal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief is Immediate j and cure Infallible Price 50 cis in bottle tubes 75 cts m I AS DICTATOR Proe claimed Himself iInsurgont Gonoral Doclaros Ho Will Takb Up tho Work of Agulnnldo Manila May atIt Is announced from the bcadvuarters ol the Federal party that the negotiations looking to the surrender ol Gen Malvar hav failedand that Gen Mrlvar has pro claimed himself dictator in succession to Agulnaldo It is said he will reconstruct the in surgent force of some 1830 men who ore scattered in the provinces of Ba tangos Tayabas Laguna and Mindo roo and that the new Insurgent army will be commanded by four Generals Malvars changed attitude is inex plicable The official emissaries ol the Federal party Stmr Lopaz and exGen Trias conferred for two weeks with Malvar in the mountains The latter finally closed the negotiations by saying the Filipinos wanted more independence than the Canadians and desired autonomy like that granted to Australia by great Britain He de nounced the Federals as chickens hatched by the Americans and said the Conservatives were hatched by the friarsThe leaders of the Federal party de plore the threatened continuation of hostilities in the rich provinces above mentioned They say that Malvars anti American wits is responsible for his refusing to surrender- It is probable that a strong expedi Lion willbe sent against him and his rendezvous for insurgents will be de stroyedTherele more Catnrrh tbliwllon ol the country than all other ilUenm put torthfriiiiuntil tblot few year wan supposed to bola ramble For n great many year doctor pro aoaad It a loenl dlneiwe and rmrrlU loran rewefiesandbycoutanllyfalling to run wlth treatment pronounred It Incurable Xriem hat proven catarrh to be a roontltntlonal tile roes and therefore requires constitutional treat ment italic Catarrh Core manufactured by F J Cheney A Co TulloIIlolb only roMtltu al cure on th market It In taken Internally In ilowafrom IOtlroMto n tenxiioonltil It wudirectly on the blood nnd muroji nrtnce of the yntern They oaeronbnndreldoilorfnran raw It fnlli to cure Send for rirrnlan and tmti luonlaU Addreim F J CIIKXBV A CO TIIlo O Sold by Pranrlita 7- 3lloir Family Ill are the beet I Mothers of good judgment and ex I RockyMountainwell 35C Made by Madison Medi clue Co Ask your druggist CENTRAL GROVE KY May aiMr G W Snell who has been dangerously ill is souse bet terRev R W Danks filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Texts were as follows Charge Joshua encour age him and Whatsoever God hath said do Mr and Mrs C R Carson and Master Carl Miller spent Sunday at Mr George Carsons Elmwood Little Miss Myrtle Williams Hait ford spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs Belle Igleheart Mr and Mrs L W Tanner Rock port are visiting relatives in the com inanity Mr E E Bishop and family Beaver Dam attended church at this place SundayMr Mrs M G Snell and little son Ernie of Cool Springs viilteO relatives in this community Saturday and Sunday Prof J Ham Barnes Beaver Dam gave quite an interesting lecture at the Baptist church Snnday afternoon in behalf of Sunday school work May we all strive with renewed energy Everhave them Then we cant tell you anything about them You know how dark everything looks and how you are about ready to give up Somehow you cant throw off depressionAre so blue Isnt it your nerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your poisonedfrom your blood AYQF3SariaParlim purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activity and cheerfulness This is what U will do for you Its theIoldest Sarsaparilla in the land the kind that was parillasfThis also accounts for the saying U One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kindIILMatonli AU dtnUldL I Write the Doctor bavoanycompbintwhatnerand doctorfreelyply DuJ CtTULaaemi Rw to devue plates to make our Sunday school more interesting Rev A J Williams and wileHart ford attended church at this place SundayMr Bohon has measles Miss Zjna Guff lift A few days ago for Evansvllle Indwhere the will spend a few weeks visiting relatives Mr J A Hocker and family visited near Waltons Creek Sunday the guests Mr Scioto Hocker Mr W P TIchenor and family FaughtseMiss Matte ParkBeaver Damvislt ed her parents Saturday and Sunday Mr R N Lone went Sunday to see his aunt Mrs Lucinda Benton who was quite ill at her home near Rockport which is we ate glad to re port some better at this writing Miss Augusta Benton Centertown SaturdaI Creek in the community Saturday and Sunday Ballard Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headach Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old SoresCornsand all pain and Irjflimmation The most penetrating Htnimrnt iu the world Price 25cts and 50 cts m Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected tightly her darling was troubled with worms has re gained the rosy hue of health with A few does of Whites Cream Verm luge Pitce 250 OASTOnXABurs itslet M1 KM Have Alsafs BjiwM Bignitni 1l of Hellol Here We Arel II O Shrocteta Floating Studio will be at Rockport March 20th and remain until April 22nd and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain until May act and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May I3th then he goes to Swatlhouse May I3th and remain until May 16th next to Curtley or Humphreys land ing May i6th and remains until May iSth then to Point Pleasant May the iSth and remain until May aad In Constipation Herblne affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulute the excretory functions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price soc m a Cda9TORxdBe-are theulaKM Yw Have MnrsBKsM Hj6aatnnof Biliousness is a condition charac terized by a disturbance the organs The stomach is debilitated the liver torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains In the bowrls dizlness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undigested or partly digested food and then of hlle 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 the bowels Try them and are certain to be much pleased with result For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m On account ol the Confederate Vet erans Reunion at Memphis Tenn May 28 to 30 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of 5 70 from Beaver Dam to Memphis and return Tick els on sale May 25 26 and 27 limited to June 4 for return- S B VANMETER Agt Game Laws in Kentucy The following are Kentuckys game laws as sprung by a Nothern Ex changePlain citizens may be shot from Jan wiry 1st to December 1st Senators Governors and members of Congress may be shot during any political campaign and within 63 days thereafterNiggers can be shot at any time Hunters in search of this game arc also allowed to use a stuffed club or butcher knife If any man is caught drinking wat er it Is a sign that he is no gentle man and may be executed with what ever weapon is nearst at hand Colonels may be shot with impunity at any time while a squirrel gun Is recommended for dispatching majors end captains No man shall be allowed to kill in excess of six persons per day In cases where It is an afTiir of honor this number may he Increased to 13 Any citizen who does not tote the remains of his victims from public sight within 48 hours of the time the first volley was fired will be fined one gallon ot moonshine Any citizen who steps on another citizens toes may be shot on the spot with the privellge of apologizing thereafter If a citizen leaves home half shot and isfound on the street a short time thereafter lull of buckshot that is his fault and his relatives are not allow ed to shoot more than 17 suspects in their effort to find the guilty persor A Veterans Fortune Dayton O May 21 A copy of the will of Josephine Kelat nee Fairfax Englishwoman who died recent y In France has just been received here which bequeaths to Hamlet Henry Hawthorn a veteran ol the Soldiers Home n fortune cf 2500000 his reward for saving the women from drowningIn her boat upset in the surf a poison oaf T Poison ivy I are among the best kownIof the wild plants and shrubs gTo touch or handle them qu lek Iy rod ucea5 we iii ng JW and inflammation with Vj lenseitchingaudburning The eruption 7A soon disappears the suf ferer hopes forever but V almost as soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached regutarIntervalsvatcd form This poison will loiter in the system for years and every atom of it must be forced out of blood before you can expect n perfect permanent cure S5S Natures NiUcrc toISOBSti Anlldotc Is the only cure for Poison Oak Poison Ivy and all noxious plants It is com posed exclusively of rootsandheibs Now yoursystemworse Dont experiment longer with salves washes and soapsthey never cure lr1I M 11Aflholl bookkrtptr the Atlanta 00 Ga Light Co we poltonrj with Pobon Oak He took Sulphur and virtoui other drugs aoA eaternall1 numerou- slotionlandutreawhhnobenealI Atllmtilh twelllogandInflammation wuaorererehewn almost blind For eight year the potion would muhImlroa bottles cleared hit blood of the poison and tlteTldcncrtof the IlIoe dlrptarodIare often knowing when or how your case fully to pur physicians and they wittIcheerfully give such information and as without and jl1uff Kent Un lang and Hawthorne swam to her aid He refused all offers ol reward at that time came to Amer- Ica enlisted In the army and fought through the civil war The will In struts him to marry some good wo man to old him in carrying out the provisions ol the will Hawthorne is to establish in New York city a poor mans church and is instructed to devote much time to charitable giving especially to homes lor widows and orphans At death it is expressly provided that he Is to be buried in the vault beside his benefac tress clothed In a uniform such as he wore during the civil war Hawthorne will carry out all the provisions of the will rMrs J No matter what cau sea facial eruptions absolute cleanliness inside and out Is the only way to cure them Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month will drire them away 35c Ask your druggist NiieeeM Wnrlti II mining 4f year nuenae In the South pn r M Haul Took n great mmljr for rbUU unit nil Malarial Ferro IMtrr than raloaiH anI Qaltlcr Con UIIM an Ar a Dlr lanrantmltrx It At Itreg gl U recanduIOeboltle aftW Tho Cumborland Tolophono TOlograph Co I ISCOHPOitAT6- nOperating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana MUslpslppl and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Heaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtaInedat the exchange over Will- Iams Drug Store Hartford Ky PRANK PICRCB Manager A Very Remarkable Remedy- It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case me I really believe that medicine saved my life the past sum mer while at the shore and she be came so enthusiastic over its that I at once made tip mind meritsIcommend it in the future a gentleman came into my overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the floor I gave him i a dose of this remedy which helped him I repeated the dose and in fif teen minutes he left my store smiling by Informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by Z Wayne Griffin I Bro m No Fuss No Musst- G tG- I I An Array of Bargains r 1 Which would be lianl to duplicate anywhere bij cltlntvnot expected Spring and Summer Novelities Which are up te date in style and down to the last notch iu pri- ceSeasonable Dry fGoodsWhich includes everything for the wear of person and ornament of house I These Timely Inducements Make trading easy profitable and pleasant at the big i trading place ot 1 R T COLLINS We would quote you prices nnd wo often do thisbut they would be nothing be 1Itthe same cs We will not be undersold nor outclassed We invite the custom and the scrutiny of those persons who want their full moneys worth at every purchase Our large and increasing trade is the best evidence WO have of the pleasure and the profit of our customers People seem to find advan tapes and bargains at our store not found elsewhere Our Specialties We want to impress you with oiir Specialties as follows Ladies Dress Goods Clothing for Men and Boys Ladies und Gents Furnishings including everything needful Millinery for Ladies Hats for men the very latest designs Shoes thats our fort for all kinds of people big little 011or young stylish or plain Mat tings Carpets Umbrellas Valises Para sols HouseFurnishing Goods Notions you neednt go any further youll find it here Everything in Dry Goods Remember the place R T Collins Hartford J I THE fASEOFUTTIN U1NTHEMPIEMENT taN b The l reaper us former uses modern methods He lidri an upto dAte ltBO JONES MOWEH when it comes to cutting grass In first cost It cheapermechanicalperfectionso d Itmere simplecompactmower ever put upon the farm twillpayAl cis SOLD BY D L D Sanderfur BEAVER DAM KYf A Mtch fSCrts theMealIF You use WICKLE8StE1AM 4 L Oi0StOVe Ideeleeday I tolhe t r- aaenc7 or STANDARDerr t 11 0- 14Ii I b It IIII t J iiiw f Let Your Money f Make Money IAnd tho vcjy fJI so way to do this is 3yyour hroodsypit 1 u It fOld4 MI1Popular Trading Ilato Tir fByso doing your Dollars will earn for you I from Fifteen to Thirtyfive per Centttl J Let US with you this week about footwear Firet our We received of BLACK CAT for nnd Miteg None compare with in price or wearing ties 14 fait black camlets Hose made and to be the loc Ho o made Try ono you buy no Our No 10 is a childs fast color noeo ribbed and eeamieae oxHtJlCK CAT CNICaaO I Iuallty all eves 6j to 10 wit a regular 360 quality for 25c Our 415 u h lwg ribbed lost culnr black camlet- I lore warrllnllcl to wear hko leather alleizt rtl to 10 our special price lac No 68 la a ladies fait black com mon hike full regular made and seamless a good Hoeo fur S 20c per irour special for ten days is lOc per pair OfSccoudV years there prove 8160 8200 8250 8300 buys Shoes on lasts them praise Quality away up prices away down a When Shoe doot ou goad IiWt wllnt your 4 EggeiVoolllamsGingNeng Feather high I eat paid I t place a HOSIERY celeC weaguaranteed saAwnblack ROCKFORDrn Shoe Specials We the celebrated 1rieinicyer us that none compares wear Satisfaction 7I guaranteed or a new nnir fur that soil lriumltr all the Everybody who wean you want fail to call us fur Priesmeyer at prices he Our that o a i AA AAAAAAl AA R AAAJr 3 ru r a wr r 41 4i rDONT FORGET u 4i t 1 i 41 U G Tt4i t b Lecture at College Hall it 41 t- I EeaverDam it 41 41 n t 41 t i of 1 41 t J the g i- j1 The theme the lecture livered by one the most 1 platform orators in America to theft 1 literary societies the College l 4 Adults 35c n 4 Reserved seats 50c 9 reCIFyDRe R GOLDSTEIN Dr R GOld teln of Louisville the well known optician is in Hart ford and will until Wednesday May the jptn t JliYRemembu the daleYam and see hint Special care be taken in selecting the pair of spectacles nor should it be attempted without the aid of a responsible Op tician It is most important that the lenses should be accurately centered andof the best quality and the frames so made that the wearer looks direct ly through the center Glasses CltUdto the lace become an ornament as well as a necessity Pitting children with spectacles a fpeclalty do not neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited All questions cheerfully answered hours 8 a m to 4 HARTFORD HOUSE 42 41 alrJ BADJ BREATH1 have been using L amll nlt 11001111+e the nra slwplTwon- dertulr Alr and 1 were bothered sickr m breath was ter had After fiw re reda woudertu117 TMareargxinNelpin tb lamlly lI3lllltIeDtOU lit CIDeIDoali Oblo I CATHARTIC t RAOI WJ RlSRnTRED- a Pluifat Pniatable rntent Taste flood no- GoodNoterelcheoWakauor Wo acric- hi t CURE CONSTIPATIPN Ii Rwer r n1 WIr Rrnq Asu rwaD NO t CBdaeat Tour CoweiaWltn Crt10cae Candy Uaa0laildrtuPlsurrraodmohey advise SPECIALS havo a Imo the bunted Stockings Ladies them quail No M a childs ribbed pair and will otherC from tHOSIIIT No Lcavy plain p price Gripe handle line Ten buy ing this Hue convinces Is with it for every pair faulty Iste them JW1 uc Il- actC QCiitCatC AOAAAAAAAAA in ors1at Traits Character Among Masses for of famousy ADMISSIONChildren2Oc of RETtJRwS remain Call should first nicely Parents Office pm dupgbtar AdCANDY siiaTOitllC roroer- t your Beware of a Cough- A cough Is not a disease bat a symptom Consumption soil bron chilis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases have for thtir fiat indication a persistent cough and if properly treated as soon na this cough xppearn nra easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wonderful successful and gained ltd wide rrputhtlnn and extensive pale b- Its success In curing the diseases COIlloenfficlalltFor sole by Z Wayne Griffin Dro i u DONT BE FOOLED I Tnkeitugenuineorlpnal v ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Madison It keeps well bur trade packagePriceIn bulk Accept no aubstl laesaunIHI talc Ask your druggist l IWUNtI eo vRE POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome OVAL tAKma POWOC co new von K Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 24 Illinois Contral Rallrond Tlmo Tablo I New time card tnktoit effect Knnilny nec 2 I9VO At noon North lloiiiul North Ilniiml No 191 clot 637 a la NoLldeatl0aaiaNoy tn NH 101 dun 2Mi m No 122dne1l2apm No 131 UceDlt ra roral JKhlINo l04da TMitni olaldne2rMpK m Mrs K J Hudson U ImprovingI Miss Florence Morton is In Owens I ISmartCARSON Co For nice fresh Candles call at Sin ger Office i Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Officj See D L D Sanderfurs add in anI other column Mrs PeteTbomas is recovering from I a bilef illness Judge C W Masslc O ensboto Isl attending court Nicest Cheme and Crackers in town at SingH OfficeIFor good cheap Under wear come to Carson Cos i Mrs Bach and daughters went toc Louisville yesterday Mr B1a Kelly tnaville Is In attendance at court The Misses Cox are attending the Carnival nt Oensboto =Mrs A C Taylor Is attending the Carnival at Owensboro i Miss Laura Morton is attending theI Carnival at Owensboro For delicious Cream and Sherbet call at the Singer Office Mr L It Reneer Centertown called on TUB RnrimucAN yesterday Bring us your wool eggs chickens and leathers CARSON Co Our hats wear the longest and cost the least CARSON Co The right goods the right prices the right place CARSON Co Mrs John R Phipps is attending the Carnival at Owensboro this week Mr Pete Thomas attended the Car nival at Owensboro first of the week Try Cherry Orange and Blackberry Phosphates Ice cold at Singer Office Mr L A Tapp Providence Ky was In town Sundaya prospective Mr Geo M Maddox made us a I pleasant call while in town Monday I Mr Cleve tier has been employed in R T Collins dry goods store as clerk Mrs Stanley Allen Louisville vis ited his sister Mrs John B Wilson Wednesday Bring your wool to Hartford Water Mills Will commence carding June the rat 190r Mr and Mrs A P Taylor Kirk manvllle Todd county are visiting relatives In Hartlord Our aping neckwear is stylish dainty and effective CARSON Co li you want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call at the Slngr Office Ifwe cant please you In a Fancy Shut give it upyou cant be suited CARSON Co Mr L M Render Louisville vial ted his parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jo B Vickers and children have returned home from a visit to relatives in Owensboro You can save from sods to 100 by buying your spring hat here- CARSON Cot Mr E Pv Neal has been quite sick for the past few days Iris condition Is thought to be very apprehenslous by friends Mr G K Matlock Nashville Teun Haitfords foimer real estate man was in town first of the week attending court Messrs Ozna Shuliz Beaver Dam and Chatley Mosley Hartford went to Owensboro yesterday to attend the Street Carnival Mrs S H Allen returned to her home in Hawesvllb yesterday after a ten days visit to her daughter Mrs John b Wilson Mrs Lodford Truman and little boy who have been the guests of relatives and friends here returned to their home in Oven boro Monday Mr ard Mrs B D Ringo and Mrs Ripgon sister Miss Eunice Ryan Sh hob Kywent to Owensboro xeMfiduy to attend the Carnival tq t Oast a eySyrupTut ee nod UM In lima Sold br dranlnu N CONSUMPTION We will deliver Cream and Sbetbet to any part oi the city Ron h River phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 46 3 rings SINGFR Oiiicn IMrs Susan Hoops returned to her home In New Albany Ind Wednes day alter a short visit to relatives In Hartford She was accompanied by her sister Miss Lucy King Miss Mary Jane Stewart died at her home near Rosine the lyth of heart trouble She had been sick lor a long atI1Mr A C Taylor has purchased half interest in Capt Keowns livery stable The hustling qualities of the- two young men now composing the firm insures for them a good business Dr Goldstein the famous optician of Louisville Is la town He will be found at the Hartford House this weekand remain until the 29th If you want any work youd better go soon or hell be gone Our fellow townsman Dr Piitle was honored at the recent meeting of the Kentucky Dental Association with the presidency of the organize lion a deserving honor rightly con erred Pluck all the honors possible A report was circulated sometime since that Mr Albert Ralph who joined the standing army from this county had deserted We are informed that Mr Marvin Miller is in receipt a letter from young Ralph dated May 1 7 Leavenwortb Kansas The report evidently is a mistake ITbe following is a list pensioners Pensioni DanIlel Kaalnger Banock Ky George KyIKyIThe llteray societies of Beaver Dam Seminary have employed G W Darn to deliver the commencement address on the 6th of June This promises to be a rare treat We hope that he mny have a large audience for be is a very deserving gentleman and his hearers will get value received for ther time and money Judge R R Wedding and Mrs Deborrah Petty were married in Owensboro last Tuesday Judge Wed ding has a large circle of friends who will be pleased to learn of his good foiiune They have the best wishes of THK RBPUBUCAN for a life of con tlnued happiness and prosperity Judge Wedding is in the Revenue service The Kentucky Medical Association is in session at Louisville It con vened Wednesday and will adjourn this afternoon A free excursion was given the members of the society op the Ohio Thursday evening which they enjoyed most excellently Hartford is represented by Drs S J Wedding E W Ford Beda by R L Ford MclIenry by J S Smith Mr George Snell near town who has been seriously ill for sometlme rising in the earhls trouble is in town in the care of physicians A few days ago Drs E D Pendleton E W4 Ford A F Stanley S J Wedding and J T Miller operated on him making an excavation an inch deep just back of the ear reaching the drum of the eat where the trouble was located Mr Snell will recover Thanks to our skilled physicians DrG WBriggsof Paducah will deliver the commencement address for the Hartford College next Thursday cv enlng Dr Briggs has made two vis- Its to Hartford the mission of one was to conduct a revival the other to deliver a temperance lecture He did great good on both occasions and won for himself in the hearts of Hartford a citizens a most desirable standing He is one oi the foremost lecturers In p ON NNNNNMM+M Does the Baby Thrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires Scotts Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired 1 effect It seems to have a I magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should be taken la summer as well aa winter and 6rmdldrorghls- scoTr DOwN Chmla New York r 1 b the country which fact has lorg since been admitted by all RelY one sbonld hear Dr Rritrgs The Sons of V ttrtjn H rt ford Miy the IShRnd niTctid a temporary or auizition of a camp This Is an organUition tint should be strong In this locality The son should be interested In honoring and cherishing the memory of those who have preserved us a nation If the soldiers son does not do this it will never be done Therefore all soldiers sons are rrquested to be present at Render the 30111 of May and at hartf- ord on Saturday belore the first Sun day in June at 2 p m in order to or gaulze a permanent camp II II DAVIS Capt By W R CARSON Next week ends the most successful years work ol the Hartlord Col lege since it was organized More students have attended the school during the past year than any previous year which is directly due to the recognized ability ofthe professors In charge The class work has been thoroughly satisfactory to both teach era and students and the progress o the latter has been very gratifyin- and encouraging With this record as an indccement we see no reason why next year should not surpass this years success in the same ratio of the present year over the success of last year At any rate we shall hope for and expect the same blessings to attend the efforts of the future that have characterized the past Hart ford should be prowl of her school those conducting it end should ac cord to the students a most cordial welcome which trait marks the dls tinction of a true Southerner from all other peoples of the world Below we give the religions and political complectlon of the present grand jury and the age of each member L J Iglehart Baptist Demo crat age 63J F Wallace Methodist Populist age 67j J C Chamberlln Methodist Republican age 67t T H Daniel Methodist Democrat age 52 L P Turner Methodist Democrat Age 52j J N Oldham Presbyterian Democrat age 43j W R W Hooker Methodist Democrat age 65 D C Black Methodist Republican age 64 J A Cooper Methodist Republican age 56 L A Stevens Methodist Democrat age 41 W E Martin Methodist Republican 36 J H Stevens Methodist Republican age 35 One Baptist ten Methodist one Presbyterian Six Democrats five Republicans one Populist average ige 53 512 Oldest set of grand jurors that has been rostered in years All good and substantial citizen- sProgramme For Commencement Exercises of Hartford College and Business Institute May th6 28th 29th 30th und 3tst Tuesday evening May the 28th Childrens Entertainment Wednesdayevening May the 29th Musical Entertainment Thursday evening May the 30th Commencement Address Friday evening May the jist Graduating Clas- sHartford vs Beaver Dam The Hattford baseball boys met the Beaver Dam boys Saturday at Beaver Dam for the second time this season It was quite an interesting game the score standing II to 10 in favor of Hartford When the Hartford boys commenced on the last inning the score was a tie but the boys landed the salvation score and left the field one out and two runners on base Out of three games during the sea son the Hartford boys won two If the Beaver Dim team will come down to practicing for the game the next time the teams meet the scorces may read difiarently The Render team will cross bats with the Hartford boys tomorrow at the Fair grounds An interesting game anticipated Saturday week is the day for Hartford and Central City teams to meet at the latter city Attention Farmersl Bell City Threshers and Pea Hnll era Plano Binders Mowers Hay Rakes and Cycle Grinders Disc Har rows Cultivators and Plows Hay Presses Wagons and Buggies Wheat Fans Wheat Drills Field and Garden Seeds and the old Eagle Tobacco Grower that has given satisfaction for 30 years sold by i D L D SANDRRPUR Jeaver Dam Ky The New Survey We have made dllligent inquiry in to the location of the proposed car line to connect Hartford with the 1111 nols Central and can now state that there is but little doubt about the companys determination to build the road to strike the I C at the Will lams Coal Cos switch They now have assurance that the rlghtolway will be given the company Other inducements lire also oflered Sur veyor Jno B Wilson will begin the survey Monday Prom a practical and economical view considering Hartfords Interest this is certainly the best route There Is but little dlf ference between Hartford and Will lams mines than from Hartford to Beaver Dam A line to Beaver Dam would simply give us an outlet It would pass through no coal fields But a line to the I C at Williams switchwould not only connect us with the railroad but pass through extensive coal fields and would put Hartford in tie immediate vicinity of the greatest coal mining centers in the county There by the thousands of dollars of trade that go to Beaver Dam from that ceo tr annually would be brought to Hattford Besides this great advan tage other mine would he opened on the new line and laborers living tti this town cfitlil get work there 11titfurd would then virtually be in Tradse would come here the bank accounts of all the people tilths thrown Into our midst would be here more traveling trade would come and In fact three fourths of the business that now goes from those places to Beaver Dam would be ours No further error should be made as we understand there will not be to get into Beaver Dam but the people ol Hartford shouldencourage and insist that the road connect us with Render Will lams and McIIenry a Marriages Mr F M Bean Ralph to Miss Es tell Greer Adaburg Date of mar rlage May ig Mr L E Arbuckle Select to Miss Nettle Coleman Cromwell Date o marriage May 22 rcuTf Curt ingOwen upon the bench The following gentlemen were empanneled es grand jurors L J Iglehart Foreman T W Daniel L P Turner J N Old ham W R W Hocker L A Stev ens J F Wallace i C Chamberlin Clerk D C Black J A Cooper W E Martin and I H Stevens Sherin The following named gentlemen were empanneled as pettit jurors Jno F Felix J M Christian W B richenor nT Igleheart J D Spur Tier G J Christian J Wat Stevens H K James E R Williams Jno W Stevens J M Graham S R Brown Jo Wallace Luther Rock W F Con ditt A D Taylor Wm Williams T M Daugherty Ed Austin Geo H BarnesUp going to press one case has reached the jury and the defendant was adjudged not guilty Monday the court met and after adjournedTuesday journed soon thereafter without trans acting any business Wednesdays proceedings were very similar and after trying one case Thursday morning morningTheing Mr John Miller is set for tomor rowThe work proceeds slowl- yWeddingPetty w I Judge R R Wedding of Hartford and Mrs Deborrah CPetty were msr rled Tuesday by Rev R H Cross field Judge Wedding has been a prominent citizen of Ohio county for many years and is at present engaged in the revenue service His bride is a member of one of the best families in Ohio countyOwensb- oro Inquirer Examination and its Results On going to press the Board of Ex aminers could not give out an official statement but we are safe in approxi mating as follows Out of 56 applicants for certificates to teach in the public schools there will be 19 first class 19 second class 9 third class and 9 failures The Board ol Exam iners advises that this was the easiest examination within the past four years and the nine failures may have been due to that excitement that comes to everyone applying lor certi ficate the first time Wo would appreciate tho favor if our subscribers would call during court and settle arrears Quite n number have responded to a former request and vo hope to have others call findsee us Catarrh The cause exists In the blood In what causes Inflammation of the mucous membrane- It Is therefore Impossible to cure the disease by local applications Ills positively dangerous to neglect It because li always affects the stom ach and deranges the general health and Is likely to develop Into consumption Manr here been radically and permanently cured by floods Sarsaparilla It elean e the blood and has a peculiar alterative and tonic effect 11 Long California Junction Iowa writes 1 lied catarrh three yean lost my appetite and could not sleep 3Iy head pained me and I felt bud all over I took lloodi Eamparllla and now have a good appetite sleep weU and hue no symptoms of catarrh Hoods Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the prom- Ise It Is better not to put off treat mentbuy Hoods today n Rough River Telephone Company lilCOHrOUTXD a I Talk being cheapand necossar you should patronize homo folks whore you dan buy your own phones build own lines and in talking distance with tho whole county and business generallyy only paying HoughHivor oXImslifHartford + Ky + for particulars We connect with Independent Companies l cJ kc IEverybody 9 s 5tore tI The Great Shopping Heapquarters for IEverything You Need ts buyer has returned from his + tsecond trip to the markets and T brings a May festival of values tbroad liberal and sweeping in char tactor taking in every department in this great shopping emporium cj representing new and attractive f buying opportunities such as can only be found in wideawake hustling institutions where quality and style predominates f fShoe Department The latest ideas iu shapes in leather are always represented in our immense line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Our Slippers are of the Mmost tasteful designs everythingNow 4 Fine Clothing If you expect to buy a New Spring Suit now is the time and here is the place The first to come will get the choice Mens Furnishings Everyday something new All the choicest Novelties of the season now in stock and in such 1 varietythatthemosttastefuldressercanbequickly tWool WooIII M This being the annual Wool season we with to L2remind all that we are right in the market for your Wool Meat Lard in fact every kind of Produce and always pay highest possible prices EPBARNESBROIf Beaver Dam Ky t ft 1 v 3sJ aG We Have Many Bargains Up Our Sleeve Spring and Summer Attractions We open the Spring and Summer seasons with complete and perfect stocks in every department stocks we are proud of just what you expect in a General Store in town is hero QUALITY with all that the word imples is first with us always and we link with it LOW PRICES Your trade we wantwant it on merit and will make no tommyrot statement to get it We expect a small profit on our goods and in return we give the best merchandise and service your money can buy This is a sort of outoftherut proposition Our Swell Goods make the Peacock Envious I x33 If youll come in we will show you theI prettiest line of Summer Dress Goods ever shown in Hartford Theres a snap about our Dress Goods you dont see every day We leave many New Patterns which are simply swell Patterns for the old and for the young Now dont be afraid to call and see them Wo like to show our Dress Goods Its a pleasure Prices 5o to 2 per yard If you come in youll buy a Dress Pattern You cant help it CARSON CO The Popular Merchant CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA eeNTau UT Ne e I PIEic SON== === == == =c TRANSFER LINE= 7 =A==r=== J00= ABARTFOBD YA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED f 5 wj 55 l i Erwc p Tt r t yO atr1 feet p lN Yl iYi-aaI trc H mo u exwx er Fifty Cents a Year Leas Than a Penny B uumbO THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After n oareerofmore or legs activity In the Southern fled for overnrfunrterofs ntury Hie fluniiy Soutli IIHI nesln beouie II a weekly bcttcMitxl mure readable than at any time In hitton It contains cerlal voiltrt from the bat known author the world over It Is devoted to Southern loaders and Southern write nud I lit their own story iaper Ihnrt stories ketche Inrldenti of war- mid of tutee anevtlotM at home and nilelrl jioein l h II funs hlntM for honc keeper everything of t to old and III y XTiroXV m Horn lUll in in tfrc with full riynopnH to cover turner iiIII itallmeiitr ami nialyiiJcV LovcrshMunrlwe ihoiiison to lniiu Alas Pih will lie read with HlwurlnnK IjiUr t throuuhuut the v Hulc ftmth Thli Is your opportunity m only W cents for i lull year of It Think of It fiOcent Bubycrlption prif la ony fifty cunts a year Xorrsi coininlsHiiiii The r Iotr hill o ii htoffer nrvuniciu t IiifuUciiber One rtinplc cnjiy free to you nun to your t ntl Iibors who mines und nJUresc yon sjnJ on t r D tnl card provUlf ynt reed ut once A cl o of live at tij enU oath atrmtjUnled ty the fuJl ainuiint 6ou net to us enUiitn h- I fr1het ways luspln hn i ry Iimue to cxvel the last one llic ioaiiru literary luger Ii hue ut lut Older It today The Sunny 1111111 in fumMimtbin with the fastest r all Sinilhefii Vccky M WSlVIMltS The Alliuna W e Cuutllutlonbothoronly Sfriiavear Jleinlt that mi 1lJereIIlcarrAddrcM all lent i and reiiilttsiiiivi to rTlIE SUA NY SOUTH ATLAcr n A BOON O MANKINDSTr= n raJ21 I DRTA As lERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTSIJAMES F BAlLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MOW I WMNIIIVVVtVbWWWw NM CREAM WORMSyLdlnQunnUtr ruc z Ii tin Quilllr For 20 Years Has ed all Worm Remedies t1 y 90XoO IT JILZ onUCilrCilrEOTDtreparM iy JAMES F BALLARD St Lout- sWWWWWW on A BUSINESEDUCATION g 010 ndd Ill d lust jijortnuio t i your trv hill g ut tlu prhoul tbut Inuiliilii theteryfront rutik he Sryanl 8r Stratton gusiness College o =7 == 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the itinerary as originally planned visiting tht big trees in the San Lorenzo Vallej and the Jesuit College The Presidents presence here barely saved the day He ran down from San Francisco iu his special car ar riving here jUt as the cabinet train pulled into the city from tre south Bat he only remained lor the formal exercises At 330 when they were concluded he was driven back to the station and left immediately for San Francisco At St James Square opposite the court house a handsomely decorated stand had been erected and here the formal exercises took place The President responded as follows to the Mayors address of welcome PATRIOTIC RKfPOXSE Mr Mayor My Fellow citizens We have had many warm and gener ous greetings as we journeyed Irom the Potomac to the Pacific slope but cone have been more interesting nor generous and more memorable than the one which the people of Santa Clara county and of San Jose accord us today Great applause- I observe that I face not only this multitude ofAmericans but I face the headquarters of a thousand Ohioans who with my other fellowcitizens gives this welcome We are all proud of our states and well we may be whether we come from the North or whether we come from the South We ne proud or our birthplace and of our Young women The entry Into womanhood is a critical for a girl Little menstrual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal complications That female troubles are g veyards proves this Wine of esbb lUhcs a painless and natunl menstrual flow When once this important lone tlon is started right a healthy lift will youngandCardui There is nothing like it to give women freedom pain and to lit young women for duty of life bottles at druggists Miss Delta M Slraytr Tully Kant I have suffered untold pain it menstrual period for a long time wit nervous had no appetite and lost Interest In everything In fart wit miserable I have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardul with Thedfordi BlackDraujht when needed and todjy I am entirely cured I cannot express the thanks I feel for what you have done for me For adYlee lecauaregotrlnaap clddlr tloni oddretl givingImptomag the Ladles- AOrlaon7 IwpartmintTheChattanooga Mad cu Company Ct strcnuora TOOI1II OF Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Plod pat yourwateri r sediment or set tt tllng Indicates at unhealthy condlIt 7Ill Y Itlon of the kid ily neys i If It stalnf iI your linen It h tevidence of kid ney too totthe back Is also bladderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot thebackInabilitytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantnecessity timesduringordinary effect of SwnmpRoot Is soon wonderful thebestYou may have a sample bottle of this i wonderful discovery fK L and a book more about II both sent 1511 K absolutely free by mall I SwmptlooLCotion reading this generous offer In this paper state citizenship but aVovr all we rejoice in the great nation the glory of its achievements in the flag which represents liberty and law and the constitution of the nation that shelters us all Applause We have seen everything in California we have eaten of your hulls and your fishes we have tasted the perfumes of your flowers we have visited the ancient mission churches where the altar of religion was first raised and whose chimes have sound ed through the centuries their mes sage oi hope and benediction we have heard tie dashing waves of yout ocean we have felt the sunshineand we have been tanned somewhat by its rajs laughter but we have all the time felt the warm touch oi your hearts We saw at Kedlands the oth er day that they sprinkled their streets with oil and we discovered the other day they bored for it in Los Angeles and got it Laughter We have met your peopleyour brave men and womenwe have met the pioneer which bullJed and founded the Stat we have met all conditions of people and wherever we have gone we hay seen smiling happy and contented faces and have heard the cheers of school children from one end ot this state to the other Here I am greeted in tit ls the first capital under the constitution a constitution that dedicated the terri tory of California to liberty and the Union forever great applause whose people asked and were admitted into the union of states and received tht protection oi the federal constitution and from that period uutil now the people of California have been loyal to the government and to its every in terest Great applause CONSTITUTION FOREVER In peace or war you have been faithful We live my fellow citlzeus under a constitution that was made by four millions oi people and yet It has proved quite adequate for seven ty five millions of people Applause It has embraced within it every na tional duty and purpose and has nev er stood in the way of our development and expansion That instru ment seems almost to be inspired to carry forward the holy mission ot lib erty It seems not to have been made alone for those who framed it and their successors but for all ages and all mankind That instrument stands to day almost as it left the hands ot its framers Few amendments have been added and those have only been to enlarge the priceless blessings of liberty and iree government to the people and no amendment can ever be made to the constitution or this country that will curtail the supreme and sovereign power of the people Great applause We have lived under it for a hun dred and twentyfive years in storm and in sunshine in war within and without amidst passions and tumult and after a century and a quarter that great instrument stands unsullied by 4 tingle lapse ol principle Ap plause To us my fellow citizens young and old the preservation of that constitution is committed It is a sacred instrument and it Is a sacred trust given to us to see to it that it is pre served in all its virtue and vigor to be passed along to the generations yet to come Glorious constitution glorious Union glorious flag Seven tyfive millions ot people stand together as thay never before stood to lefend them all Enthusiastic ap plause A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun I All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste torte Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing tbim t crack open and bleed The power ul acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mew branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has tor many years made a close study and speciality ol the treatment ol Catarrh has at last perfected a treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent y cutes Catarrh by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the nly remedy known to rcience that ictually reaches the filleted parts This wonderful remedy Is known qt Sniffles the Guaionticd Catarrh Cure and in fold at the rxtiemeli low price vi One Dollar each p ekag containing internal and extern medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment amid everything ntcessatx to its perfect use SrtfH s is the only perfect mule ever mode and is now recognizes is the only tale and positive cure for hat annoying and disgusting disease It ones nil itfl matlon quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quirk to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snufllcs wil- rave you il you ne it at once It is no ordinary remedy but n complete treatment which is postively Guaran teed In cure Catarrh in any firm or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each package Dont delay but send lor It at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will rtceiveI special advice from the this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price oi Snullhsthe Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept i Ed win B Giles Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia T1re alcin orooci offeeire Begins in growing Anywhere 1 between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a scaled packet it is handled withthe same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees- Be sure you get Arbuckles Roosted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound pnck te f Arbuckt1 Roasted CaIrN there It a list or article VIU package In which the Ilit It round lbs parchaaer bee boucbt a drool of some rtlele to be SIrhim or hey from the Lilt subject only to the eondltlon that nature on Ue packaz It to be cut out and returned to our Notion VepU You thouia Me this Llik Address alt communication to ARBUCKLB BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Chills pQefQ U THE BEST PREiiilRDPTDJN IS I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic I The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you H know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators P do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy JL their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains J Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron actS as a tonic while the Quinine drives the thatNF Groves IS the Original and Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You p rn are not experimenting when you take Groves its 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Southern Rail way Information 250 Fourth Ave LoullIville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pasa Agent i Washington D C- tVli H TAYLOR A G P A Louisville Ky NEW THROUGH LINE SCTWlt tHWIUt A- MDCHICAGO A new through car line has been vstablishtd for the entire distanceTover the Illinois Central between Evansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly H part of the P D do E Ry The 4 Services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Evan vlle 7Jo p m 730010 Ar Chicago 7001 rut 7oop m SOUTH BOUNDDaily Hx Sun Lv Chicago 840 pm 8300 ui Vi Evansville 8053 m 550 p m Through sleeping cars on night ruins anti through free reclining chair its on day trains tickets ol you real ticket agent t hubs nlma lace meitaJo S urrmore 0 lob w YaU altouismatsiedcunream I j rear 0a 1 I wIlLllaaYlpnhnaW1r Dan NIo n or baar 1 c QJooao a n4 rest O R0PSY nuir blIwmn11ekou era OOM ta1 fir sc tieDC I IA 1 4S4SAi4LiDtlATa nn 11 I COW SODA PEASAND BEANS i 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