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IL THE HARTFORD1 REPUBLICAN 1 Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOflICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAW IN TBEJFOUBIB CEILDICISubscription I a year- I I iVOL XlV HARTFORD KY FRIdAY NOVEMBER22 1901 No 18 ItwreteDr Pleree Mfarsf p o 0e mad reaeresf repty free g wrote free four endured nearly four years of tnffer lug writes MM WubIllgtonWVL ical attention after the birth of and female weak neaa retailing In and an- lneeUM pain and I toreneu lungs Wa reduced In flesh from 184 pound to bout in eighteen m I lad appetite and became to weak B and Berrout could alt I WMAaaUtIHlliedto doctored with OW home phyttelaa fbr1 I I ercemeuici M I to Doctor Pierce regarding CMC and re eeheda prwpt reply properra cue After taking S bottles of Pierce Vavorlte a I I L Myers of prlndpll1from a child a Fweble in iou nd no I scarcely Dr 4 Pretcripuon and foar of hi Golden Medical Discovery I threejlptcs each day alio tot Pierces Compound lbtnctofII SmartWeed and tome Print I ceased coBghlrrg and am new rneying In ltffdi4 and luatgdined thirty 4 jvtttndi tn vrigM I again Ilk ray self thinks to Dr Pieice and ol 11M great medicines fNmm art iui1ed IivxuII DrtlPirrtttylttttrFRBE AllwrmiJtulatrue Mtrtdly ranfidtntial and all worn tnty cv4dcnenguanfed by itricl profit aI iucr 1hart Bffto N Y m wv1i1 M L HEAVR- INRtforneyat Low HARTFORD KV- WlllprMtlrabU profrwlo ta all i Oklo ud dJolnloK fblitM Hid Ooarl OfAppMeC 1 IpKtal AtUolkm gins to eollMtlou l ERNEST WOODWARD 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAKTTnnn HT win profonloa tIafl tbs coirUof OIoeouIt1RdCuadut Apt lropUd Mftfil cou14ratos irltrn all boIHto4- tlt OOraoTtrObloCCODtjIUik JNO B WILBONI ATTORNEY AT LAWIHARTFORD KYIt 1 ilfklUtUpn irtTrt to eotkd1oasmaJg abtretl t iOtar7 PiWIe tar 0kb eou- tI om ioith eli pubtie qis- sjr C E SMITHIATfORNEY AT LAWIiiAKrmnu UT ID all u wirtiol Ohio iidm4joIhlnouatM1aDdCouItOt Appie- liaAl tuition rtTf B to to bteir UOeIa oAtVya oflkJiroitboi P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAWCARTrnttD KT- WOI priKtlMl th ronrl of Ohio Out sad Conrt pi AppMli JDSmf to al- tbttnt4i ntroiUU to Ilrt14 baudlar J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT pnctlc hU iitofMiitoii ID Ohio sad tccoaatb KPMJIII attntloa fts to all botll iNi to bU car 8 P- 4TTO11VEY4T ROBY 4 W rURIINVIILK KKNTVfhY- WUlprartkvkl prol Mloo la an thfo rUof t Ohio aid andCoortol Appeal Special attention glTMi to collection V CM BARNKTT 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY wnipraetlMBlprottMloa IB all throtrUol Ohio as4 BprcUl atttaUoo will ba slrtq to all buliM atnuud to hi sirl- ollectious S pictlty E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will ppsctksb1s profMulon la all th onrt ol Katickr atUotlon lT n to collection tUmit ol d cd4iiti ntatM road CMM aid rtmlial practir OarS uptalr arms block JSR WEDDING i ATTIIfINEY lilt COUNSEllOR at lAW HARTFORD KY- nriHprurt4chu prahmloB IB all itis cur or Otto aid adjoining cbantlf sod thi Court ot Ap r Ironipt alUntlon finD to aU boliM- itratUd to him oncolnltirBiLKiibttniUaY RR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Kr Will pniettce his proiewlqn IB theovrtof Oslo Ia 01 a4l0181 1otan Pubit Southern Railway Thrown ffl UB t Boothwra 8t U- tKENTOOKYTENNESSEBSo1 tb OAROLtNA ALABAMA VJR QINIA North OAROLINAOEOR OTAand MISSISSIPPI us 4 IUI Wltf Thre Dally TralifBrtWMlr tx itt TUU and Irfilixto Obser1atIOubtp Ca- n1natlav and arrlr LonUrlHtrom Btmth Utnt VII loa Dpot conitctlnr with tratoi ot Mi 1111 OIl Den trlaGfodaIl4 UUtfRR- t orlBiornatloB addm ATTiBKur p A T12Irnl1Aj Ltlwlat1H AWabLTATLoiAutatsDt 01 4 jrrlnv I CntfTraa UaVairtr Twaihli awn ATninrarM AnilI J IDROPSYciauas4-jiA Ra 5J ho1oaI 1a t = 4 3=rorr LaYsi B SUXII S M Boa XAtUataaa JtVL t 1 fliil 5 W W WIP jL PASSING A OF SHAKERTOWN Beautiful Estate of Remarkable Community Will Soon be Tenantless at Said to Hive Frowned on the Quint City and Some Decay Has Set In What Will Become of it When Last iretfcer Is ef In the northern part ot Kentucky there Is today an estate that founded by Shakers lithe beginning of the last century enlarged and made more beautiful as years went Is soon to be without owner or tellantSThousands ol acres ol Isnd Ita CDIC hansen that could easily Iccomrl modate a thousand oall now re alntl the possession of but forty uals the entire membership Many these are put tbe threescore alldII nark others approaching it andt no recruits Ire being added another decade will doublets see the present t enrollment blotted out As the prop erty was built up by the indnitry ot succeeding generations working unc der the law of common property aadI 6utherore under the law of celiba cy there are no heirs No one out side the order can possibly produce a valid claim The interesting qneaI tlon present ttttrmat Is to bee of this estate The New York Herald dUcutalng the future of this remarkable settlement his this to say It 1s thought by sore that the order at large as it exercises a sort ot jurIsdIction might lay claim to tbe Iproperty This however in no wileI simplifies nuatteri for as the Society ol Shakers Ia everywhere moribund would be but a short time until thee me question would again be prlt OLDINEARLY A CKHTURY e South Union Chapter Logan Cunr ty Ky known throughout the Slate Shakertown was established In by three mUsIotmlt fros Mount Lebanon N Y where a colw ny had flourished some years The firnt convert was John Rankln a lAndI owner and head of a large family The Cnt house was built In ISIIIothers were soon erected lo the constantly growing membership a With their own hands the Shakers hewed the Umber quarried ad drear ed the stone and lorged tbe hardware even to the nails used in oaltnutlonI With the exception of were destroyed by fire the buildings still remain all In a state of preserve tlon that bears witness lo the quality ol the work As the years went by there sprang up machine shops a grist mill silk and woolen milleI everything is fact to make the com munity complete In Itself Silk wormI culture was the first industry attempted In the Shaker estate and one of the first in this country Tbe products I of the mills were sold throughout tbeI States and even in Europe handsome profits being realized on the undertaking FOBTDMB SMILED ON SHAKERS Fortune seems to have smiled on their every venture The puny set tlement bad become a magnificent estate ol eight thousand acres Im mense barns for storing ClOpS such as only the fertll soil bf Kentucky pro daces herds ol fine stock Indeed everything attested prosperity Scores of children were adopted and brouefct up la the Shker belief twentyfire lelng taken from an orphan asylum U New Orleans after the great yellow lever plague and as many more a similar Institution at Clarksvllle Tenn alter the war Despite their strict seclusion the Shakers were enterprising In business dealings with tbe outside world of which they knew practically nothing Canvas covered wagons under chaige ol quaint looking sisters went dally through the neighborhood peddling irults preserver butter and eggs abd garden seedthe raising and preparing of whtchas an Industry they were I the lintto Institute The brothers wentbntaore protracted trips vending their wares tbrouh Kentucky I Tennessee aBdssfar south ns MIls slppl I The majority of tbe population I t however remained rtclufe never venturing oQ their own territory sems passed a whole lifetime without I omee leaving be co8imunlty An II lustration ottkla Is Silas Blakey who born ori the place lIeventYllx- 11ear ago has never e the cbnfints ofSh ikerdom Apart j fotrfthewotMth jbrGtber and sis terlPlllftctbeUc lat aee In a se i quested parsdiseusteadlutty p actlc i isigthe rites and doctrines of their be- Iewae a panorama of quiet content mritt I Finally however there came arude 4 awakening to this dream of fortune series of misfortunes following in rapid succession brought to a clone the day of prosperity In 1868 the sev 1mllluCacturedunknown parties snppoedly envious nelghlors entailing a heavy low The grist mill was rebuilt only tobe destroyed a lew years later Several other buildings suffered the same fate various times sadly incrtatlni the losses A heavier blow was inflicted by a defalcation oi a large amount oC money by a brother and a sister The example of this elder who was at the head of the West Family and a man of Influence In the community proved extremely demoralizing Many the younger members left single i and in pairs Some lewtbe default lug brother for onesfter being buf feted by the world returned to the quite seclusion always finding a wel comeThere is a shaker saying that noth ing bat evil fo lows one who lesettn doctrines Few recruits were added and the membership decreased at an In 1883 under the ImprtBilona a large number ot new converts were about to be enrolled the new West House was erected and fur throughout Unfortunately j new members failed to arrive and the house has stood to the present day unoccupied a monument ol ill luck A Sew years later a bank where were depoalded their sayings failed another loss of many thous of dollarsiSCENE OP PICTCRESQUB DECAY Shakertown has now fallen Into a oi picturesque decay is but ttie of the community that was Few of the houses are occupied by the members themselves Most of them are tenantless grim monuments to departed generations At the end of one of the two broad streets ttands the West House de- eited and silent at the extreme end Is the old Hast House now used for the sole purpose of stotlng tramps or wayfarers whom chance leads way At one end of the Intersect- Ing street is the North House crectedI i8ja COR occupied by the families Negro farm laborets as is also a of frame Louses near by To the south of the village Is the cemetery which like everything else Is laid out with mathematical exact ness The graves are arranged hr or rows and each has a cast Iron marble head piece A little further south is the wreck of the magnificent grove planted more than eighty years ago for the purpose of making spot lor holding outdoor religious exercises On this holy ground were held the services which consisted ol dancing to a slow chant accom panic d by a peculiar and undeniably comical rhythmic movement of the hands and arms The natives regarding this some what in the light ol a circus came from every direction to look on but finally became so boisterous that tbeI ceremonies were discontinued The grove uncared for soon became dense mau ot underbrush out ol which shot the tall trunks of the pines the whole sllboutted against being a landmatk for milesI around The customs and regulations of dress are no longer strictly observ eJ and religious meetings are seldom held A BROTHER SAW TUB WORLD One brother was asked if he did not become weary of the seclusion and twish to go away Yes he replied in a soft drawl I cant say that I havent See that big hlllover yon der three or lour mllet Well I always wanted to go up there and see whit the world looked like on the other side so one day when I was out with the wagon I drove over and looked Were you disappointed at what 1ou saw 1 Nay for it was very beautiful There were flue farms and several bnseaVaSbltterl to called ire properly speaking the United Society of fit llevers In CbrUts Appearance whose origin is found in the revolu tionists ol Dtupblne and Vivarsals about the year 1689 Some of these went to England in 176 oOihoots from them formed a society there In 1747 Out of this society Anne Lee rose in 1770 being received aa the bride of the brldegrtom Pour years later she with seven converts landed in America where as in Eng laud they enfltred great persecution At length however they established a church in Niskaynna now Water vlietN Y There are now In the United States colonies in New York Connecticut N w Hampshire Ohio and Kentucky all of which like the South Union Chapter have gone mba decline The name Sb kers was given in derison becauajjalS they express it in their religions meetings in the wrestling of soul against the powers of sin they are led ol the spirit I shake The institution Is not a de mocracy but a theocracy in whir both sexes have equal rightsV I fr c 1 2 i 4p C j REUNITED I I MrsWilsonof DabeCityFla Claims Daughter in Columbia S C Child Twice Kidnaped- by Man Named Miller Child Was Sent to Columbia Last JuTyand Taken Into Pri vate Family Through Letters of Millers She Located Her Mother A dispatch from Columbia SC of rrctnt date to the Atlanta CoastlI says A strange story ol abduction was made krown here today when Mrs McNeil Wilson of Dabe City Fla arrived ant ca med btrI daughter Loula who had been twice stolen horn her home in Florida the last time nine years ago The story as told by the mother is almost like a climax chapter taken from some romancerich In its holding of human interest The following facts in the case were told by Mrs WilsonNine years ago a man named Miller secured board at her home He was from the rorth and claimed to be an author He became strangely infatuated with Mrs Wilsons little daughter then but six years old Miller disappeared suddenly one day taking the child with him For eleven mouths search was made for the klndapped child and at the end of this time she was located in a convent at St Augustine Mrsv Wilson im mediately instituted legnt proceed ings to secure her child in which she succeededCHILD IS STOLEN AGAIN Several months afterwards a man named Henderson presumably acting for Miller appeared in Dabe City and by a cleverly planned tcheme succeeded In again kidnapping the child Again was search for her in stunted which was rewarded by dews which led the mother to believe her little daughter was confined in Selma Ala Thither she went to find that the abductors bad gottcnwlnd of her coming andspirlled the child awyv During the intervening years Mrs Wilson was frequently in receipt of mysterious letters purporting to give clews as to the whereabouts 01 her child1 Although Investigated in each Instance the letters proved to be false dews Mrs Wilsons elder daught er went to Canada on a fruitless er rand in answer to a letter received two years ago Her mother received a photograph oi her child but the post mark gave no clew as to her wherea bouts Ltbt July the child came here alone and applied to the Ursuline convent lir admission saying her name was Mary Younp and bearing letters signed by a Mr Miller She could not tell much of her antecedents and the mother superior refused to admit her One ot the sisters however secured the girl a home with Mr and Mrs B G Sandller a Catholic family in the city and with them she since lived LETTERS OVB CLB W She Is a bright attiastlve girl and knew there was some mystery In her life As scon as she had gotten away from Miller she commenced to make investigations into matters referred to lu a letter of Millers which had fallen tThousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Plod Out Fin a bottle or common glass with your Vtter and let It stand twentyfour hours a selItllng neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble I too deslrs to pass It or pain In the back is convincing proof that the and bud der are ou of order What to Do There Is comfort In the Knowledge to often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwamP Root the treat kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curlng rheumatism pain ku the back kidneys liver bladder and every part ol the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In pasting It or effects following use ol liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times luring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon It stands the highest for Iti won derful pores of the most distressing cues If need a medicine you should hive the Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells 0mora about U both sent absolutely free by mall frequent also kidneys bad you best You isddress br Ktthier rnotitocthamton N Y When writing men lion reading this gener us offer In this paper ljjijf cL Intel her hands She secured the natwfs ot parties In south Florida and tfter weeks of correspondence the childs efforts led to the rrother com- Ing here a happy reunion and the ending eta most remarkable case The mulber and child left for their Foda home immediately It Is un derstood that Miller Is now a resident of Lake City Fla A TheWay ofa Woman With a Man It is repotted upon what seems to be good authority that Lady Roberts wlie t General Lord Roberts U re sponsible tar the degradation of General The story goes that Lady Rebeds felt aggrieved because of wcfaljsllght put upon her by the wile of huller beore General Roberta became a Lord Wben Buller was restored to the command ol aa army corp Lady Roberta arose lube wrath and insisted tbat be be retired Her influence with her dUtlngnised husband was such that be exerclied his kiluence and authority and had Boiler retired It was reported tbat Butlers disgrace was visited upon him because of his Ladysmlth speech seized upon for the purpose of dis guising the real cause If the story is true it offers some explan ation of the disastrous campaign management the British in South AlrlcaBz This Will Interest Many To quickly Introduce the famous bloxi pntifier B B B Botanic Blood Balm Into new homes we will give avay 10010 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin troublesulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swell ings pimples bolts carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh bkoi pol on effecting throat or bones mu court patches cancer persistent pun plea or wart B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or trnptiu and stops all aches and pains Druggists i For free treat ment address Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cured old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent med icines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is tbe finest blood purifier in the world m The plan to secure the release of I Agninaldo by a habeas corpus writ will fall as the War Department has cabled to tbe authorities in tbe Philip pines that such action cannot be tab car S Id leave my happy home and cross tbe deep blue sea Rather than be without Charley and my Rocky Mountain Tea Ask your druggist m The cigarette habit continues to hold its grip on many boys If you have a son under 16 who has acquired this dlstrnctlve habit lick it out of him It is no use to spare him for he might just as well kill hint at sixteen as to live to die of palsy andidlocy at twenty five v THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In SpIte of Themselves ty6 Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and PoI tlve Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood tbat Drnnknesa is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by pariodical or constant use pi intox lcaUng liquors requires an IlItidote- I capaSleot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants SuSerera may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has beeaperfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery js positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how bard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation oi thousands ofDrunk aidu into ober industrious and upright men Wives cure husbands i I ChIN dren cure your fathers 1 This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully and prepared tbat it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to tbe taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or cofiee with out the knowledge of the person tak lug it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have beer cured and made temperate men by having tbe Cure administeredby loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not watt Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement out the disease at once and lor all time The The Home Gold Cure in sold at tbe extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost lne26 to 50 Full directions aCt company each package Special ad vice by d physicians when requested without extra Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept IV Edwin B Giles Company 2331 and Market street Philadelphia All correspondents atrlctly confid entlal i i GOV BOB TAYLOR JRelatesWith the Late resl entIWm McKinley Ex Governor Robert L knew William McKinley TayorI They served in the Fort gress together and met several times in after years to renew their acquaint ances and to forge the ties of Irlend ship When the President was shot Mr Taylor was personally grieved Noliighr eulogy was ever passed on a man than that which the Merry Governorof Tennessee I nSled upon his dead hiend- Recentlyqoy Taylor wai telling a party oMriends an amu iog incident which occurred at one point where his career and that of the dead Presi dent touched a I served in the Fortysixth con gress with Mi jor McKinley said the governor and knew him very well Later on I met him and we renewed our friendship at the Tennessee Cen tenlal in 1897 when I was Governor ol tbe State When the SpanishAmerican war broke out there was so much beating of drums and marching ol soldiers that I became imbued with tbe mill lacy spirit It grewon me as the war progrtesd and I finally came to the conclusion that I a lorn soldier a military genius a leader So when President McKinley announced that le would appoint several brigdler generals I thought he almott singled me out for one ol them I consulted with some of my friends and thought tbe President must be hinting at me to come the front and get sonic shoul der straps I could hear the drums and see old glory floating everywhere and I was wild to be a soldier antI tide over the bloody grounds At last I could stand it no longer I went to Washington to seethe President He at once agreed to an audi cure with me I was so ashamed to think I bad not come sooner to offer my services to the countryln peril I was afraid the President would not like It But I dont think I ever saw a better pleased man In my life and I have seen some few fellows in a cap tal good humor in ray tiire Such a cordial giasp of the hand and such a kindly reception I dont think lever had froma man that did not want an office from me I thought he had divined my Intentions and was delighted to know I had come out to serve my country in my natural ca pacity war He must have noticed my appearance but there was nothing stiff or formal in his te ception He met me just like the cheerful boy be was twentyfive years before In congress But it did not break through my military dignity As soon as I entered the room I rear ed back and assumed a military air that would have jarred tbeIron DukeI dont suppose any one thought McKlnleya great actor but I think he was the greatest I ever met I was not long in telling him I wanted to be made a brigadier general so that I could lead my brave and loyal Ten nessee troops to tbe front I will nev er forget the smile be gave me and the expression ol extreme delight that came Into bis eyes when he put his land on my shoulder like a father and said In a voice of greatest solid Knight TemplarPraisesPeruna And Says I am Better ThanI Haro Been for Twenty Tears Colonel T P Moody a prominent everyINYas a Jewelers Auctioneer Inthe city of Chicago as a prominent lodge man being a member of the ETa and also of the Masons The cut shows Colonel Moody In the costume of the Oriental Consistory Masoni82d degree In a recent letter from 6000 Michigan avenue Chicago IlL Mr Moody says the following i For over twentyfive years Isuffered from catarrh and for over ton years I suffered from catarrh of the stomach terribly II have taken all kinds of medicines inci have been treated by all kind of doctor as thousands of my acquaint ances are aware indifferent parts of the United State where I have traveled but my relief was only temporary UDtIl j a little over a year ago started to take Feruna and at the present time I am better than I have been for twenty years The soreness AM left my stomach entirely tad 1 am free from Indigestion and dyspepsia and will toy to all who are troubled with catarrh or stomach trouble of any kind dont put It oft and suffer but begin to take Peruna right away and keep It up until you are cured es you surely will be Ityou persevereMy aa many in the southwest can iay waa troubled with a bad cough and bronchial trouble and doctor all over the country gave her up to die as they could do nothing moro for her Bhe began taking Pornna with tho result that hal better now than she hasbeen la year and her cough has almost left her entirely The soreness his loft her lung and she la as well ushe everwas In her life with thanks u abe says to Fornna Yours very truly T P Moody Catarrh assumes many form and attacks manyorgan Colonel Moody had catarrh of the stomach while his wife had catarrh of the lung Both were cured byPerunalmply because catarrh Ia catarrh wherever located It may attack one organ or another Itmay be chronic or acute It may cause one a slight Inconvenience or great suffering Diseases that catarrh acts up are o1loc L tation I Governor Im afraid you might get killed We both laughed and my military spirit was gone Knoxvllle Scull nel Brings attractiveness to listless unlovable girls making them band some marriageable women That a what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 350 Ask your druggist m Goosebone and Cornshuck The man with a sure sign concern lug the winter is with us force more and numerously Thegooselonetbe cornsbuclcthe rqulrrll the chipmunk and other signs and wonders are cite to prove tbat it will be a mild winter Every man has a sure method of pre dieting what the winter will be and no matter how often or bow far he may miss it he comes up smiling ev ery year with his signs unshaken I Last summer was a recordbleaker in point of prolonged heat and tome wiseacres pretend to eee in this a sign that the winter will be unusually mild Other wiseacres insist that it pretends a severe winter nut wind bloweth where it listeth No man knows what kind ol winter ate to have But it is safe to act the supposition that it will be cold and get the heating stoves and furnaces j into working order The man who puts his dependence in goose bones and cornshncks is not wise Colonel T P Moody of CUeig by various names but they az8a1lla reality catarrh Feruna cures eatsnk wherever located Address The Porting Medicine CpCe lumbnO fora free book oacaturlu FINDS WILL AND FORTUNE laboring Man Conies IntoMoney Through Freak of Chance A will was dug up at Echols Ky recently Here it is I The last will and testament of Ben O Mansfield Paradise Ky Nov 17 i8zIknow me life air short in this world tan as I halnt got no relatives here and not menl frcnz I bury JsW laoneyaud the man who fines it can have It have some reliks here also yu calhave them two BnwO MANSPIBUX dWbUe repairing an old building tC James OConnor noticed a piece of Jwtre partly buried and when he pulled it up be found that it hadbeea fastened to a tin bucket now almost eaten to pieces OConner alter re moving a little earth found aa old bucket The lid was removed and a few old papers were takenout At etbe bottom was 1815 in gold wrapcI I ped in a paper upon which was Writ ten the above willJeA delegation ot men representing commercial bodies in a number of or rntance of reciprocity with Canada t LJ CASTOnXTM Kind Yw lies lsta M I BsanttBlguttn cf DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps dGUARANTEED il UTHE BEST Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Qrafe Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and BoilerTrimmings etc I dalloh M C McHenry Mfg Mach Co 7 Mc1roly1cy 1 I tJ o- 11 K- J st 3f r tt ts t I JjJ t sc t T- wC 4- pwTciiito jj 1 1 Hartford Republican laavd Fritfat by At Hartford fub CoteopO41dI lalereditHirttoritJstoffiCHJSSConHlmniiil matter orttrcccne Ch nlvr LON ROGEHJUlor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22I WE FOUGHT A CLEAN FIGHT Like the snail after a long long winters selfconcealment in his owu 4ruggedhull comes forth as springt suns appear and gives signs of across the sur cfaceour contemporary come with a faint blush tor admitted egotism with a Solomonic air with a bow and a welll howdydo says The Herald ly thanks those people of all parties who have been open in their express ions of praise for its course during the recent campaign We fought a clean light We kept the faith Wonder who those people are who haveS been covering this scribe with praeat for his course of say nothing Las ever heard that the Heralds fought any sort ofa fight This is the first time such an unwarranted to I accusation has been brought against v that journal and that by the BCRIDE It is unjust that such a serious I monstrous charge should be brought against this journal even by its re- t putededitor that we shall for one- timeI defend it This insinuation that the Herald has been in any rort of fight is unwarranted and does that journal very grave injustice It has fought no battle since the Idea of March it has not even proffered a j fight its course has been a course of I saynothingness and rarely gave signso of mental disturbances but v and accepted all in good part Like the old terrapin he closed his hull I and there remained to self alone until ed heaps of coals oi fire covered his back I tibrushed IIclosedall nations lumbering at my backlIndeed a suit for slander shouldat once be filed against the foulmouthed yillian that would even by innuendo bring such accusations against thew Herald as ever getting in hearing ofm 4 the roar of the political battle which so recently disturbed the people of thie community The Herald is not dis posed to fight a mental combat mar al suasion could in no wise induce it- o upon the high plains oi intelligent discussion and only at intervals we i were welcomed with a bombshell ofs tI llllinijtgale The idea is preposterous and should not be entertained for a moment We kept tbe faith By Jubiter t whoever hear of such Faith impos ed kept and guarded secre ly May we interrogate what faith that we nay form proper conclui D To be sure It was the faith ot no defente neither of principle nor party plat- t form nor candidates nor candidates records Had the Heraidadded I We had nothing to say and said it well its crown would huve been justly won it would have been en shrined with a halo of honors LetI no man hereafter say that the has fought a battle of any nature for it is very much indisposed Its against its principles and religion 1Regarding the Heralds record in the recent election we might say of a truth it dared to fight not ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS An association of the teachers of the county has been call to meet at Beaver Dam the 21st of December It is an important meeting and should command tbejiresence of every think ing uptodate teacher in the county The program if proper preparation it made will not only make the meet ing a success but will add to the momentum of tcbool work It will be a day of profit and pleasure spent in a righteous caure It is the duty of I the teachers of the county to petition for needed legislation The cause of education has gone begging at the hands of tbe Kentucky legislature for many years As a consequent school interest has been on the decline The pablic schools of Kentucky are of the poorest type In uu respects will they compare with t the schools of the North This sad state ot aflairs is due to tbe poor leg S islation for public schools Ken tucky teachers are just as energetic as the teachers of any other State but the very poor inducements which the profession oilers docs not justify a thorough training tor the work be cause young men can find other em ployrnent tar more remunerative and a supply of this worlds goods is sought and desired by all The legislature extend the term and increase cshould I ConstipationD- oes your head ache P Pain I back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I = Ayers Pills are pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia IZlltsror I beautiful 1 I brown or rich l UrkT The ut 1 BUCKINGHAMS DYEUfiTPer 1L D MTt 0 R P HAU A CM Nuwii NH H 1 I Lt the salaric I of the country teacher The teacher is entitled to at least eight months employment in the schoolroom and the State is abe to pay him for this work Another needed reform is in abol- Ishing the third grade certificate and with it the third grade teacher The t firstclass certificate ought to be made good for any county in the State First however the law should so be amended that the applicant have the privilege of tending his papers to the Board to be passed on and it he grades warrant the granting of a firstclass certificate to teach in the- ounty from which the applicant hails that certificate by the approval of the State Board ought to he valid n every county in the State If the aw makes it part of the official duty of the State Board of Education to pass on the grades no favoritism a would exist anda great burden would be removed from the honorous duties of the teacher There can be c o difference upon this subject If the tate Board is qualified to graut a teacher an eight years certificate to teach in any county in the State the board ought to be qualified and justified in granting teacher licenseI teach four years in any county in the State These are suggestions for the teachers which will have their ute tention at Beaver Dam the 21sttTo ur FCILXM or Olio COCITT I dlretto return my tlnnr think tor jronr Interest lflerkimaking the rare was to tarn Ohio county rltllarlrmatter lot fact Ii Democratic and tao be successfully carried In the next election T J Smith In Hartford heraldtThis is rather a is JlrSimths consolation ThoI nly desire I had in making the races was to turn Ohio county over to thea young Democrat Is that s01 The very ideal A young Democrat wantito relieve Mr Smith of thl ex pensive desire by taking the nomina on for Clerk but this desire kepto im down Reasonable men ong since concluded that this turn over could have taken place long since but it now comes as a ne cessity Evidently Mr Smith con aiders himself about 30 below par which is true From the manner in hich the election was conductedone ight rightfully conclude that Mr Smith bad other desires which heu leaves unpxpressedaT ASSWERIMO the insinuative thrust f the Herald regarding Mr Heavrin aujj TilE REPUBLICAK we desire to ay that Mr Heavrin is in no wise on the brink of political oblivion His defeat prepares him for a new fieldT with honors far superior to to those oi County Attorney Two years hence we elect a State Senator and that fiint name of M L Heavrin The posi tion demands a ready man a man who can meet the enemy upon all oc castone a mau who is able to direct proper legislation a man who viIli neither support nor endorse a lawthe ejection of rightfully elected and legally qualified officials of this Commonwealth a man who has at heart the needs of the great masses 01t the people such a man is Mr HeavI rin in heaped and rounded measure His defeat will call him into broader fields and the people in this senatorial district will give him a most cordial greeting in 1903 Hold your peace brother there are things of which you know notIDEMOCRATIC local journals are over looking the interest of the right honorable Judge Jas E Cantrill for the U S Senatorship This man to whom Democracy is much indebt ed for the present regime at Frank fort ought not be over looked in ee lectiog timber out of respect for ser vices redered the party Cantrill is right had it not been for his partizan rulings Frankfort would not have the hull ofa single Democratic officer It is just as we have said time after time the bench has been used to further the ends of the Democratic party and not justice Judge Cantrill is the cub in whose hands the reign of law lessness was placed and the bridle nfl the Democratic mulethings went helterskelter all under the furmtoj law The Democratic party owes this to Mr Cantrill and the debt ought to be paid We say give it to the moo who has destroyed civil government in Kentucky as his reward of merit SINCE the Legislature is overwhelm- Ingly Democratic Itwill doubtless try its hand toward disfranchising the Blacks It has been the purpose of tbe Demicratiu party throughout the Sooth to eliminate the colored man from poli ics In many of the Southern States it has worked admirably and the negro has no more say in hi government than when in bondage The fifteenth amendment to the Con stitution tands notin the wailIt fers no resistance against the etead drag ofa determined Democracy Many things confront the next session of the legislature of vast importance The promised dIsfranchisement o the negro and the reapportionment of the State Its all in the hands of Democracy What will the do with u under thcjormtoflawl L JUDGE CLIFTON J PIUTT has been awarded the office of Attorney Genon al to which he was elected by the Court of Appeals Mr It J Brecka enndgo wanted Mr Pratts office ns did Goebel want Taylors as did MctChesney want Burke c and a hat three headed concern commonly known as the State Board of Election Commissioners and they gave it toc him It was one of the many travcs ties on justice of the times It was simply the culmination oi a conspira cy of a horde oi Democratic politic laos to steal the State offices under the forms of law Mr Brcckenridge final ly ly got his dues nod if justice bad been in the saddle instead of Cantrill every last one of the usurpers includ- Ing Beckham would be at home and the men elected to office would bea serving the people Goebel would beP living man and things in the old Commonwealthwould be in far better condition the present Demo rato regime would never have ol breathed and thiugspovernmenUl otherwise would not be in the condi tion they are at present Kentucky wouldnot be held up to the fcoru of the civilizcd world but enjoying that which has formerly been one of her characteristic features NOTIHSO is more certain than the construction of the Isthmian canal will connect tbe Pacific and At oceans This is part of the work before Congress Greater Amer ea is destined to be the most powerful the most formidable the most won erful world power of the globe Alliail the name of McKinley whose wise judicious administration he grand Pacific has been made alublic thoroughfare for our commerce nd upon its bosom our men of war nd our vessels of commerce play with a as much security as our steamers upon he great lakes The future of Amer ca cant be foretold its to be great we hope and the way to insure that reatness is to continue the policy of ur martyred President IT occurs that Mr Wade is tbe on y man not willing to submit to the will of the people He has fileda contest against Mr Black and prays tbe court to put him in possession of the Jail The people said they would prefer Tom Biack but Mr Wade isB out for game even it it shall come nde tlaeJormoj law Mr Wade will fihertown who met defeat iii a contest besfore thA people and finally in theL Court of Appeals When a contest ofa his character reaches the great court where politics is unknown the right prevail The Herald says it is being con gratulated on tbe fight it made in tbe recent election If saying nothing is- ghting if giving the lie and thene he back is fighting if borrowing thec head time and pen ot a man whom some irresponsible perscn has called a lawyer and shoving it out the Iran of the Herald office as argument s fighting if writing A G Benton epistles is fighting then no fitting eulogy can be passed on the workof our contemporary Mr Matthew forI these hath he done all in thet recent electionIWHETHER its McCreary or whether its Smith to be U S Senator from Kentucky its obI how fallen from the times when such men as Clay Crit tenden Beck and Lindsay served the people in the great American CoaI greseITHE race for United States senator from Kentucky Is a choice between very bad rotten apples 4 CHARLIE WHEELER seems to have little show for promotion though as much as he deserves Hows tlsrWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cute PJCheney CoPropsToledoO We the undersigned have kr own P J Cheney lor the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Welding Kinnan Marvin Whole sale DrugciMB Toledo O halts Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting diiectly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Tariff and Politics The piopoaition strjingly urged lust now in certain Irdustrlal journals that the tarlfl shall be removed from politics is deficient in the element of reasonableness The thing called politics represents in fact conten ton between different policies or IIn of action upon the part of the Gov ernment One paity demands a cer etaln policy the other patty denounces that policy and clamors for an opposite policy There are men In this country who want tarifl protect on pror3 power that can be exerted can forbid these two sets of persons from striv ing to have their wishes fulfilled b- yfact ot Congress The Protectionists may all agree to take the tariff out of politics butif the freetraders resolve as they will to keep it in politics It- will assuredly stay in Purthermare suppose all bands shot consent ton ed take from politics the quo itlons oi tar ffand currency and I reign policy nd the other matters uon which public opinion is divided what wnuld e left to discuss or act upot Poll ics would become nothing more than p wild desperate scramble fur office ii and nobody but the piolessional poi t ticians who want the offices would ase to tAke the trouble to go to the t potts and vote but no good reason T ran be imagined why if the tarifl be taken out of politics all the other disputed questions should remain Ir t The tariff will be thus disposed of or when ifever nil men are ngrttd about the wisdom o P election andh no wan living will witness such agreement In truth it will be a dull world when all of us think alike upon ny Important question Philadel hia Textile RecordCA Night of Tragedies c Joplin Mo Nov 18 The tat 24 hours have brought faIth a carnia- tcrime in and around Joplin that has never been equaled In an attempt to rob the home of S C Cramer EJward Watkiin shut Mrs Cramer this morning and he wa shot by Mr Ctamer Buth lire dead Mrs Cramer was shot through the right temple and Wotkins derived three shots one in the lett brent andc two in the region of the kidneys The shooting occurred at 2 oclock thistmorning at Central City a camp four miles west of Joplin Witc kinG was formerly the trusted ms ploy of Mr Cramer when the lallert was conducting a i tire at tht campt Ctamer retired Irora business at cr being burned out about a year rffeo and since tbat time Watkins has been t in evil company He was arrested ast summer on suspicion ot compile ty in the murder of Kl Ferris whose dead body was found in a shall about year ago but fioai lack ol evidence he was discharged Watkins knowing that Cramer wanted to buy a span of mules yea r ter ay told him that he knew where he could get a team far 141 Cramer came to Joplin and drew that sum from the brank At 2 oclock this morning Mrs Cramer was awakened and saw a masked figure in the lightI from a smoldering in the stove She raistd to a sitting posture and was tod to hand over the money She must have recognized the mans voices she saidI Why Kd you dont mean to rob ui Mr Cramer who was awakened by the talking grasped his revolver and red almost simultaneously with a hot from the burglars revolver that a bullet into the brain of Mraj ramer The burglar Sell forward nd Mr Cramer emptied his revolver at him two of the shots entering his back lie leaped over the piostiate form of his wife grabbed Watkins revolver and emptied it after the flee c ing form of the burglars pat but without eUcetIRoy Starchman was arrested this charged with being an ac- ompilce of Watkins but he atoutlyI declared his innocence man was boarding a Frisco train at the time of his arrest ostensibly to go to for blcoJbpunds to track the fngitlveIBoth Mr and Mis Cramer were prominent in Masonic circles in Jop in Mr Cramer being a candidate for he Scottish degree confessed In JoPI n today Mrs Cramer was 38 years of nge but had only one living chUdI a son of 20 Her remains will be interred Sunday by Ruth chapter O It- S of Joplin Came Near Dying For three days and nights I ant- I fered agony untold from an attack o cholera tnorbua brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dczen different medi cines but all to no purpose I sent lot a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dianhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt to gratified that tbe first work I do on going to the office Is to write to the manufacturers ot this remedy and offrr them my grate ful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is tor sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m Of Small Consequences Some of the free trade papers which have expressed so much concernover therelatiouary tariff measures adopted by Russia have made n considerable I point of the damage which would be irflicted upon our tiade in locomotives ard railroad equipment with that country lu making a point of this they have lost sight of the fact that the rallioids in Russia me controlled by the Government and that there tore the raising or lowering ofaboll tioj of the tariff on locomotives or other railroad supplies cuts no figure- i whatever In fact the Russian Gov eminent buys American locomotives only when it must anyway Accord lag to Mr John H Converse of the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla delphia the largest locomotive works In the world and a concern which has solda number of locomotives to the Russian Government Russia endeav ors to protect the Russian mannlac tunes and fr that reatoa never buys locomotives from foreign uoanufac tnrers except when the Russian fac tories cannot supply its demands The situation then so far as our trade in locomotives and other rail road supplies with Russia is concern l1 P seems to be tbat In the first plnce o American goods can be sold in Russia except when similar goods of home manufacture cannot be obtained and tbat in the second place in the asmuch as the Government is the skin urchaser the question 01 Tarifl rates and drihewith exactness It will be found that form atiheanifi retaliation is QI almost infinites tnml colstquence and tbat as usual on nal the FneTrad r hive been huh g a long ItempestDSlaughterLichens Mont Nov 2n Reports bi thavebeenwreck 01 the Crest Northern near of ira Cutbettson Station in the northeast ern part olthe Sate An eastboUnd much xtra in ot Conductor had toharlesIncollidedty five Japanese are rer oted to have Jj been kil d The extra was running y miles an hour around n sharp curve in tbe track at the time ol the accident So tar as can be learned the Asiatics were the only ones killed Stage Line to be Organized Jacksonville Fla Nov 21 The negrots who have instituted a boy olt against the Street cars on account of the recent odlrance iepari ting tbe on the cars held a mattmeet he ag and agreed to organtz a stock company of 20000 shares nt t o abase to operate a stage coich service throughout the city exclusively forha he negroesAIt Happened In a Drug Store 19 Oae day last winter a lady cameo my dug sore and asked Inr a brand oi cough medicine tbat I did not have In stock says Mr Grandin tbe popular druggUt 010lItario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what oigh prep station I could recommend I said to teChamberlaintbat she could take a bottle ol the cuemedyii she did not find it rorth the money to bring back the bottle and I would the 0Itocompanycough medicine and rdvUeri her to si buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a verv good toTheand extensive sale in a large measure to the personat recommendations of sl people who have been curged bv its nse It Is lor sale by Z Way ne Gii- ffinBro mel mIn laInOf George O MDonald who dltd Nov 2 root aged twentytwo years four mouths and seventeen dAys Hltrp on deer George and take thy ntOod ruled thee home h thought It best Ton hllre kindred over yonder i- On that bright and happy phure te htre OIlU lire sad nltm with angels anvchGotgebohildto lest in the Valeene cemeteryal siSundayGeorge as he was familiarly known was admired by all who knew him torF manly traits of character and kind sodispositionhonest and had an ambition to make himself an honorable wotthy citizen suamongsuch a noble man falls heavily thuponblends and relatives lie was a teacher in the schools ot foOrangeseveral terms in Kentucky lie united with the Christian cbuich B at Valeene x acd lived a Ifaithfultbat churchtlThe iuneial services conducted by hIder James Bobbltt were very touch ing and ImpressiveCThe ol friends was evidence obyHis nurse Miss odot L uisvtlle remembered him with a beautiful dea of roses and lClnstl pTheuMessrs aCozr Glenn and Summers G Oge leaves a mother three brothers three sisters besides hall brothers and sisters and rumerou I thtr relatives and friends to mourn his death A precious one from us has gone A rolr we lorcd U tilled A plate I YDraat lu our bomeIThat nerer fib be When you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel dull alter eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Staunch and Liver Tablet Price 25 cents Sam plea free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros hug store m Farmers and Reciprocity There is anotirr aipect of the question which makes it evident that op pc sition of out farmers to reciprocity need not be bated on the tear tbat they cannot Improve their conditio abroad It is the certainty that whether they did so nor not they cai improve their position at home There Is no doubt that an increasing amount of agricultural products will be required for home consumption on 1accoUntour towns and cities and the manu factuilng popufation The cestsint r that lor a verylong time the Amen can artisan need no look abroad for his food removes a formidable list of difficulties from the poltlcal horlzm of this country But even if we take into consideration the competing pow er of Russia India and Argentina in in regard to exports ol grain they d not seem to have made serious inroads upon exports of American grain They l3 EGZEBHAS ITOH IS TORTURE Eczema Is caused byan acid humor In blood coming contact with the and producing great redness and in flammation little pustular eruptions form discharge a thin sticky es aud scales off sometimes the akin is dry and fissured Edema in any is a tormenting stubborn diseased the itching anti at times are most unbearable the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the akin fire Salves washes nor other exter applications do any real good form I as tbe poison remains in the blood will keep the irritated QD FORM OF TETTER For three year I d diewhich oa II3 n to swell to twice irnttratie Part the time IhedUeau lathe to eIrun palaraldUcomfort Pour doctor uld the Teller too far theyldItttkonljrlhtec tie S completely cured was year my old tmul4eft3ACOO St Kanus city Mo this add poison restores itto a heal thy the rough unhealthy sssrusmooth and clear cures Tetter Err sitwlai Psoriasis Salt Rheum and all akin diseases due to a poisoned condition of blood Send for our book and write us about your CMC Our physicians have mule these dinasea a life study can b their advice we make na AtlconespondenceIs THZ SWirl CPEC1FIO C3 ATUNTA C- Ay cheaper labor but the exports ci- merican agrirultural proifutt in 0 amountIng to f9 5 000010 art sufficient pruol fur joaii time yet that there li not likely to be ucceslu rivalry horn competing sources 1aeaMaiI County Association of Teachers Ii Lespouse tu a petition hum tb acberI of tbe varii na MagUteila istricts your County Superintend t of Schools nnnouncrs a Count Ano ltloa ril Tcrchria to convert third fa utdayot Dtceaber Kt eaver Darn All teachrri are nrgec be present upon this occasion a tjcts ol vital impoitance to school InttrefU are to be discussed Ltt everyone study the prrgiam and come tbe meeting ptepareit to itnder an opinion upon the topics fur discuf ots A gieat muiubcr of the Magi terial Districts have held uccesfjn t nga each month since the open g of the schools Lt us have to largerepr8intitlon from each Dir ttict AKsnctat 0 i in the county at out County Association PROGRAMME Divot o ntl UxerctHS Music Ia lint class ctitiCrate the end rftbt achers ambition M D Maddox d U I Pxton What charge ail be made in the series d text oks to be adopted Henry Leach C W Motely General discus an by teachers Need ol cultivating e social side of school life Lou ana ord and Lee China Noon Music ctons Greatest need in uthern education Prof T J Mor n and Dr J S Fizhuli Recita tion DenaW olwnrd If the chinges- ggested in the Souhern ScboolOt should be male what woulu bee aid on the teachers Qtl Li on the schools Ozai Shultr Male Quartet On public sentiment r educationS G DiUrbel On colleges of the State J lIam tines Petitions to Legislature con cerning needed changes to our Scho r- itwConiity Board Discussed by eacher- sC Nearly every dollar of the ImmenS- tcapltallnvtbttd in our industries It laced in jenpjidybtaidts the welfare f millions ot working people should harmful policy ot dealing with trusts nd the TurlT be adopted It Is easier tear cojrn the superstructure of ubltc prosperity than it is to build it p again and no measure should b- edvocated which wrtcks harm or mis- ottune to any class concerned ic these two great interests Elkhart Ind Truth a Mark Twains CousinG C Clemens of Topeka Kan the noted constitutional lawyer who bears so striking a resemblance to Mark Twain Samuel B Clemens that he is frequent the ly taken for the I roriginal Mark Q c Clemens is a man of deep intellect and wide experience He is con sidered one of the foremost lawyers in this country In a re 1cent letter to the Dr Miles Medical Co Mr Clernent says Personal and obser ration htyclhorouiblysatlsied me that Dr Milts Nervine true merit and Is eicelkut for what It is recommended ofrNorman Waltnip Pres Dank Fraternal Society Chicago says Ieri Pain Pills are invaluable for headache andall I had been a great sufferer from headache untiL I frarnefi the efficacy cf Dr Miles Pain Now I always carry them and prevent recurring at tacks taklnz a the sysop toms first appear alolrS by all DruittaU 3So par Box Dr Mites Medical Co Elkhart Ind t ECONOMY ECHOES fsioverce Economy in every Suit Try ono and bo conJ ft yinco Asplondid liuq of Childrens Suits in 3is nil sizes und at all prices OVERCOATS to 3iu 4sstilt everybody big little pld and young So t UP you cant aflbrd to go cold FLANNELSQualities and Colors Guaranteed A ej splendid stock of imported French Flannels r- jT with jyoyqiv fancy stripe bud in colorq beautiful s2 xT ly contrasted including Pink Blue Rod und s fy Heliatropo in combination with WniststjBlack Just thoJabric in demand for House Gowiiajuul Childrens 4sKililolUtS Eco lom in them at 25c to GOc porf 1i yard tBLANKETSComforts and Bedspreads in Endless 3 Varieties All kinds of lied Coverings are T wL 44 clleaIsr hero iiuiii elsewhere oud the offerings j +l that nro continually coming to you through this department mean Economy because the TT aro low and the qualities are always 1Whito Blankets with handsome stripe priccst 7 molmin binding All oflurcd at J s4 that will compel you to buy a CURTAINSNottinghams Irish Points and Scotch j Thread A stock to delight the hougcheoper j composing most every kind that is made Dott 7J sEiott Swisses for Curtains Silkolino in yards nl 1s2ftt of roses that mako lovely drapery for win 1T 1 dows mantels l c Curtain poles Window I s4 Shades and Fixtures If you dont believe there Economy in these goods come and examine j 4 tis and be convinced +c UNDERWEARNonShrinkable and Colors Guaran + 4c teed Underwear for everybody anti Economy 2 in ovor article These goods come in all colors j 1sr4iitto Suits Union Suits and separate Pants 81113ss + Jfe Vests for Children Scarlet and gray Woolens A- j When in need of Underwear call on us and you jf f will find 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1PPPPPPP4PPPP1Pt- JJ IGoo Goo Eyes I- E4 i In Business ip tCCltuinly youmay flirt with amany t our Great Asaas sortment and LOW PRICES acompel you to fall in love with a 1qfJ We are headquarters for a1 tStaple Dry Goods Fancy Dress 24 Trimmings Etc Large j L alines of Millinery OapesJack al Iiets Mers and Boys Clothing aShoes Hats Etc Ii a 4Extratit Only 7 buys n stylish Jacket in cnstornnd brown Ji Good qunlity black Astraclmn Jacket 500 ai Good woolmixed Jackets 225 to 450 illBig lino of Infants Wraps r Childrens and Misses Jackets from 125 to 3 r I Mens Suits and Overcoats aaMens nVwool Suits fs Good allwool Salts 7 50 Our nRsr Uool Suit 10 Fancy O1 Suits tint stjIes ill4 25O 5 Childrens lancy vested Suits 3 to 8 yean 100 to 0- T Childrens Sntts 8 to 13 yeaa Jit as to 500 4Overcoati 5 to 15 years i 50 Better grade same Cblldrenii 3 01 500 Mens back and brown Beaver Overcoats 500 ter quality Beaver Overcoats 800 Mens f coats 8 ro to SIO oo Extra fine Beaver Overcoats 12 50 tDODt buy before inspecting the test line of Clothing is Ohio county 2faREMEMBER THE PLACE iI ill It 2 J a a aiI a aa New Livery and feed Stable Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times S IGoodiirhomost polite attention given customers and tho kindest care taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND 1t IrP FERTILIZERS STRICTLY CASH S A cv TAYLOR Proper SUCCESSOR TO KEOWN k TAYLOR jEartfOrd entuok37iI f Hartford Republican JRJAV NOVBMBER raJlIlInol Contra Table RailroadTime Now IIm rtd iiklug 11 cI SuDdy Dee J ItooataopBN numb asndNo in do e 4N ft m No HI dMlliir ft m No 1 02 dptU p m No do U7plp NIU2de1L3OPW No Ill du47- Lnel 14 PoalII- NuIUd7IOIII NolMdieWTpr Bn Vmuttaa Afttat a 0InWinter fulls lor lodA and dade at Carol Coii Mr W G Hardwick hs been quite pick the put week ysC Rrrllrinr jeweler Mnd wAtch Vmaker at Williams drugstore j j A pood tailor cuts our ttousrra but this pilee are cut at Carson Cos IIs lUnnle Gunther In vis ting ftfipfti Artt reUtlv s in E rinton thUwfck Mu I I R JgHniti Lvrnoe Ivlt lirr Uter Mrs J R Pitlle t firjl J the week I O it t tfUtle you Ivrgit tlmt Cur 4L 1 Afi C Is the plice to get your nll 1wotth t i DIt undervalue our uiion Fu- Itbite f the pTirfQ ate from 25 c to 750 Sft1 fMin Xt CflM IR SXiB0 ol n Union St 1 ni in center nf town Apply to Mrs ivy4 S HuMwd H itlord 16 3 ti01iU wlnf Ie arImentI r to lIettt ron We hAve fit fir toh ladltll htd gents 1 EcoKohv DRY Gpons STORK Wtjtn on jjflur head To you fttaen your head Is notpf as much Importance as whdfs In 1C Not tons For to a head with sometblng1 in It tire Mii appeal Can prove that j oo- stitys the best derbies If purchased h r i LRZ0N8qO I t Lmiiiiaa o Leave your Unndry at Frat National Bank Hartlord Ky for Wallace RI Icy agent Soc Rlchoioid Steam Laun dry t It you want a stylish Suit or Over coat you will find just what you are looking for at the Economy Dry Goods Store IYes we have It What slieplease You may not like the style of our spelling but you will like the style of onr collars CARSON Co Revs Hugh OSulllran and J B Monaghan gave an interesting mis aloe at St John the Baptists Catholic church near Sulphur Springs last week Schrceter the photographer Is still at the Hertford wharf with his float- Ing studio but will leave the first ol February Go to him for firstclass work Are joa looking fpr the newest thing in a cloak for a snail amount of money II so dont go further than the Economy Dry Goods store to find it The R IL G Llleray Society will entertain lit Seminary Hall Beaver Dim Thanksgiving night The en tertainuient promises to be a rare treat I Herat uber that wo keep the largest line ot Rainy day Goods in the coun ty such as Mackintoshes Rubbers Rubber Boots UmbreUuc- t ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE The Kentucky Educational Associa tion will meet In Louisville the 36th 27th apd aSth of December Its the duty of every teacher who can con veniently atten 1 these meetings edn eaton from various States will attend besides teachers of Kentucky The knowledge Impartd at these meet Ingi will be very valuable to theped Iocuel of all classes The meeting is being directed by Miss Katie Mc Danlaland she Jaborldg very earn wtly for the success of the cause A yIvery profitable as well 11 spent in this Association pi the preaaV ot I the land i 1i fIH W U j YourHair ClTwo years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayers Halt Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris III Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy fIN a hide AlUnrrUU It 7r cannot supply you Mud at on dollar and we czpreti you a bottle Be lore and give the name of your oearett cipreM AOdrt- ttJCXYEUCOLwll liu FQR SALB A fine thoroughbred Jersey cow and calf Apply to Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam Miss Ula Maddox Point Pleasant has a mild attack of typhoid fever and it is Loped will not grow serious A series of protracted meetings is in progress at Shin Ide Chapel church and great Interest is being manifested Rev Valtrlp is delivering some telling sermons How about It feeling pertty chilly Well come In and look at our over coats We have the long Ragolons and box coats of every good weave and color Prices right Come In and look CARSON Co Some men need a change of clothes this lilt Others need a change of clothiers So If you do not trade with us come and look at our 1000 suits and you will be convinced that you need a change ol clothes and a cloth tar too CARSON Co Mr Sam Baird died at J t Plrasant Wednesday of typhoid fever He had been sick several weeks His remains were interred at tIle old Mill graveyard on No Creek yesterday at a p m Funeral services were con ducted by Rev Waltrlp Mr Baird was unmarried and about 33 years oldIThe orders of Odd Fellows Red Men and Rebccka will give a public entertainment at McHenry during the holidays First evenlagitA Noble Outcast promises to be something elegant and should be patronized lib erally by the public Second evening will contain ccmdles which will be very Interesting It will all beren tiered by home talent A rare treat Is promised for the holidays Mrs Dud Plummer living near Prentls was bitUn by a spider Sun day morning which is giving her serious trouble The chances for her recovery are reported doubtful Mrs Plummet Is a daughter of the late James Gentry and a very highly re spected citizen The bite of the In sect may prove fatal Mr B P Moore a successlul farmer living in the Northern part of the county has a field of oats that present a novel appearance for this season 01 the year The fiejd grew a beautiful crop ol oats this season and stojd till very ripe and when cut with binder shattered freely The field was POK- ed early for wheat which resulted in a second crop of oats almost as heavy as the first Howerer the heads art lighter and the spectacle of a field oi ripened oats late in November is a lit tie more than remarkable RepairIngNeatly Done Never thought of such a sign for si medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry frOm overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well madeand- all of the old ones are racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It docs the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin blood red weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the bestma terials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through thcnew glow ofhealth NO one has to wait his turn You can do it yourselfyou and the bottle This picture represents tStf Trade Mark of Scott Eraulitdn and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for tree Mmplt j SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York soc and 1 rall druggIsts 00 It rJ IMrs Cora Ptton Wilson wile of Vince Wilson Prentis died Wednesday of blood poison Her reniilosI were buried at Liberty yesterday at 1 1 a m in the presence of a large cii cle ol friends and relatives She had been sick about two weeks when sum mooed to quit the walks of life She haves a broken hearted companion and one child together with many friends to mourn her eternal absence She was a most esteemable woman of very generous and kind disposition and a devout member ol the Method Istchurch Mrs Carrie A Williams who has hens in Crawley Li for the past ten days prospecting has purchased prop erty and written for her children Misses Bessie and Cecil to followher to her new abode in the Sunny South The removal of this most excellent family from Hartford is quite a loss in social circles Miss Bessie has been organist at the Baptist church the past year where she has displayed much talent TUB REPUBLICAN jrins their many friends in wishing them the very greatest of happiness and prosperity in their new home Mrs Malinda Tyro died at the real deoce 01 her son Mr Pendleton Tyro east of towp Monday of a complies tins of diseases among which old age played a conspicuous pait Mrs Ty ro had been corfined to her room dur log the past year unable to do work ot any consequent She was very old perhaps 75 or So and spent a life of very great aotlvty For many years she sold vegetables t the citizens ol Hartford thus making her support in this manner She was a woman highly respected and ought Dies battle bravely until old age terved nc tice that the time ol eternal rest bad comeWhy Freddie overslept His mam ma tought some of our outings and made him a night robe so warm and comfortable that he Tell into such sweet slumbers he never beard the alarm clock CARSON Co r Court Notes The Ohio Circuit Court met In Court Halt Monday with Judge W T Owen presiding and Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe present The following named gentlemen were empaneled as grand jurors Moo day Joe Poster T E Yates Logan Smith L M Ward Virgil Stewart J R Ashby C M Cole C P Wes terfield I P Stevens Charles Carter- S D Warden and J C Chamberlin foremanThe following named gentlemen were empaneled as petit jurors Tues day R H Stevens Warren Llndley D T Wilson Albert Cox C E Wlm satt J E Bean Walker Park B H Stewart James Taylor Sidney Bcz arth JD Westerfield J L Ashby Q M Benton Wm Martin aT C Westerfield Lon Phillips M J Cox Ed F Baize W C Truman G S Hamilton Will Brown R V Wells and A B Tichenor All the commonwealth cases on Tesdays docket including the case of the Comth vs Cap Davis charged with murder were continued ex cept the case of the Comth vs Tboi Carson which was stricken of Comth vs Bud Htflln Chits Cm satb James Poole Tom Hall Clark C Slanter 2 cases E D Armond Win Southard cJoe Cravena L P Crowder 3 cases Will Duke 3 cases M Likens 2 cases and Forest Pool were filed away with leave Comth vs Andrew Render charged with malicious wounding in sudden heat and passion defendant entered plea of guilty and by consent ol the Commonwealths Attorney was fined ico- Comth vs L P Crowder in case No 3795 plea of guilty ertered and fined 10- 0Comth vs Henry Taylorset for ward until Saturday for trial Cotntb vs Prank Collins charged with false swearing statement by Commonwealths Attorney filed and stricken off- Comth vs Claude Slaughter ver dict ot jury not guilty Comth vs Jas K Car on selling liquor four cases statement filed by Comth Attorney and cases stricken on Cotth vs Quint Her Illegally sell ing liqor confessed fine ol 154 and remaining indictments against this defeodent filed away Comth vs B Hocker filed away with leave Comth vsJS Moseley illegally selling liquor confessed fine o 150 a i remaining cases against this de tendent filed away with leave Covth v Avln Ahby two cases for illegally selling liquor bind de dared forfeited Ccmth vs Walter Kihn ilUpaly selling liquor confessed fine ol 100 The other cases agains this delendrnt were filed awy with leave Comth vs Louis Griffin confessed fine of 10- 0Comth vs Shanks Brooking defendant confessed fine oi 100 G W White filed celt ficate from county Judge and applied for license to practice law and Messrs H P Taylor and J E Fogle were appoint examiners Visiting attorneys J M Porter Beaver Dam J T Rorr Centertown and Judge C W Mmle Owensboro The FreeTracer tries to draw con splatlon from thf IndlanapoMs city election Its effort is about as suc cessful as would be that of a man who endeavored to draw blood from a tot Ipottawa III Republican Times i I 1 c 1 i SEVENTH DAY 3114 Ida J Waig vs Jas McDanlel 3335 M B Kama vs C D Bean c 3345 F T Gurither vs W S Gaines 3550 C P Keown admr vs Barton Whltler 3551 Same vs N M Mitchell 3588 R J Daniel vs W N Martin Son 3631 D J Duncan Co vs WP Graves 3614 II A Stum vs L A McDaniel 3622 P A Bonito vs J W A Myers 3705 J M Johnson vs Fordsvllle Block Coat Co 3709 J B Allen vs M V Monarch 3710 D B Daugherty vs B Ford Aus tin 3753 W P Graves vs M V Campfield 3786 B B J B Rogers vs Jas Gentry 3830 Belle Franklin vs FL Smith 3836 S M Everly vs Byron Tichecor 3885 Sarah A Hardlo va Bllsha Hull 3955 Henry Stum vs L A McDanlel 3958 G C Roberta vs M S Thompson 3977 J S Reynolds vs Jas Thompson 3987 Sidney School Fur Co vs Fords ville Graded Com School 3997 Liberman Son vs A W Haynes 4039 W M Liklns vs Trustees Fords ville Graded Com School District 4058 W B Chinn vaTaylcr Coal Co 3399 N R Sledge Co vs Henry Dunkot 4074 L D Deweese vs R H Basham 4079 W T Baldwin vs Mack Worner 4c63 W Fred Long vs W M Holt c 5000 Jas W Keown vs Jas W Arnold EIGHTH DAY 3988 Sidney School Fur Co vs Trns tees White Com School District No 86 3655 W Alexander vs Hartford School Board 5010 A C Becken vs J W Hale 5014 U S School Fur Co vs Fbrdsville Graded Com School SOlS Same vs White Con School District No in 5015 Same vs White Com School Dis strict No 107 5019 Prank McKinley vs Lemon Newtn 5020 J M Spencer vs B P Wallace 5023 Fordsvllle Banking Co vs Nat Bank 5024 Wm H Felix vs C N McDaniel 5020 W C Leach vsICRRCo 3881 H D Smith vs Same 5064 Henry Dunkort vs N R Sledge 5030 V L Anderson vs Chas D Brown 5038 Geo M Maddox vs I C R R Co 5042 J P Stevens vs Same 5043 Delmer Austin vs Same 5046 F T Gunther Grocery Co vs L L Fatham 5048 W B Grinstead Co vs A W Alford 5049 V L Anderson vs Martha Brown 5050 W E Grinstead Co vs Ring Baize 5051 N M Url Co vs Taylor Ta turn 5053 S J Hnssey vs T MBell 5054V ErnieCurtis voS C Brown 5012 D P Tichenor vs B C Austin NIMTU DAY 5056 W T Wakeland vs I C R R Co 5057 R A Tanner vs J F Taylor 5058 W M Rowe vs Arvel Balls 5u59 B P Neal va T Ferguson 5060 Ed Ford vs D T Wilson 5061 Frank Wilson vs I C R R Co 5062 T P Slay vs Same 5063 O P Skillman vs H S Ward 5054 Mose Herrell vs Cumberland Telephone Co 5065 H R Garrison vs Perry Bolton 5066 Jno H Wardrlp vs Walker Mys tle- 5c67 Sam Sowders vs R T Taylor 5068 National Fur Co va J M Porter 5069 Warden Bushnell Co vs Geo W Newton 5070 Ed Curtis vsICRRC0 5071 Green Son vs G T Wester fiel- d5072CSL NOR RCovs RJ Daniel 5073 Northern Lake Ice Co vs F Monroe 5074 McCormick Machine Co vs Jno P Foster 5075 S K Cox vs Jno T Patton 5076 Same vs Same 4077 William Abbott Co vs Rough River Telephone Co 5078 U S School Fur Co va White School District No 103 5079 BI Wells vs P Shaver Mr ieo Rhonda died Tftofeyat tils home in Centertown after a pro longed attack of typhoid lever Burial took place at West evidence ceme tery W4iee Rev D J K Mad dox cop tic u fiincta1 services Mr Rtioadtt was highly respected citiz eneJlj 1 In the esteem and good will ul nEt who w him Ills loss wilt be Kreally felt by the community ol which he was a factory rtciurjclty plan which proposes to permit foreigners to come in here to huit an American industry while our people assail foreign ln duslriei is nut only in defiance of the Instinct of sell preservation but is opposed by all the best experience we have had Textile Record Notice All person having claims against the estate ot Qalntoi S Taylor Dt ceared are hereby notified to same to the undersigned administra tor at ParadIse Ky on or before the first day ol D cemoer 1901 for pay raent Anyone failing lo present the clatn properly verified on or before that day will be forever baned in col lecting same This October 28 191 VptNKY TAYLOR Admr IS4 Q S Taylor deceased Tragedy at Paris Paris Ky Nov 19 William Will lams was shot and Instantly killed at 9 oclock tonight by Buck Free mal both negjoa in the latteie sa JL All Stuffed Up Thats tho condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially In tho morning Great difficulty is experienced in clear- Ing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stomach and affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment must bo constitutional alterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines otdllferent kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew wane until I could hardly bear taste or smelt I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsapatllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and have not had any return of the disease since Evans losses Lebanon Kan Hoods SarsaparillaCu- res catarrhIt soothes and sUebeth ens the mucous membrane and up the whole system 5 loon on South Main street Owing lo the great excitement caused by the shooting particulars of the killing ae not accessible at hour 915 but it is said that the difficulty arose over a gambling debt Williams is said to have been under the influence of liquor when he and Freeman met Buck Freeman is a barber and had but recently conduct ed a shop on North Main street He is highly respected by both white and olored citizens in Paris Williams had been employed in a grain ware house and is raid to have been very quarrelsome when drinking Gov Beckhams Proclamation Frankfort Ky Nov iSThe Govercor issued to day the following Commonwealth of Kentucky Ex ecutive Department I appoint Thurs day November aS 1901 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the commonwealth It is fitting that on such occasions the people should pause and contemplate the wonderful growth and development ol our coun try and should give grateful thanks to Almighty God who hIs so blessed and favored us Not in a spirit of na tional arrogance or boastful supremacy but in a humble and thankful rec ognition of Divine Providence Itt us ask for a continuance of these bless ings and bounties so generously be stowed upon us 1n the past and let us show our gratitude not alone by expressions of the mouth but also by deeds of the heart in extending chad ty and klndneeato the po r and needy among us In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal ol the Commonwealth to be here affixedDone Frank fort this iBth day bf November 1901 and the I loth year of the Commonwealth J C W BECKHAM By the Governor- C B Hill Secretary of State Harry G Tandy Assistant Secre tary ol State To directly attack any part ol the Tariff is to open the door lor a general Democratic assault on the chief source ot prosperity Tnnkhannock Pa Republican Marriages John Mi Shaver to Miss Sarah Ann HurtR Griffith to Miss Lee Moor manJohn D Carnehan to Miss Sallie D Moorman J B Ashby to Miss Ida M Rowe M D Hammers to Miss Mary J Hooper Chas T Barrttt to Miss Gtrdla L Bean w Strayed From Dundee Ky One black Western horse with small brand on left shoulder stir in lore head andone white hind foot The horse left about the first of August Any information will be gladly re- celved and rewarded by William Martin Dundee Ky 172t Sixteen Hundred Restored Washington Nov 19 President tcotevelt has issued an order amend ing the civil service regulations so s- to return to the civil service a number R1BHT UP TO DATE Iwus Nultr Ii Pains Muttr These are i1i of records and of the beat ingot records Seasons ForoosPIaater for quickness of action and thoroughness of cure baa no records to beat except Its own ahlllyatheatleu to Ule akin bat ney sticks In its track It matches on The people sot only want to be cured but cured qulcl4and Bensons Plaster does It Coughs cold lumbago asthma 1I1andremedy eld to Bensons ulcdoetl toheat Neither Belladonna Strengthening or Capaicum plasters are to be compared with Bensons People who have once tested the merits of Bensons Plaster hay no use remedyMore and drug and a thousand times as many nonprofessional persons have called Bensons Plasters one of the few I home remedies that can be rutted Flit vflre highest awards have been made to It la competition with the boat known plasters of Europe and America Better proof of Ita merits fa inconceivable Be sure to get the genuine Foz sale by 01 we will pre vay pottage on any number ordered In the States on of SSc each 1 obnsonMtg chemists XY GUNS GUNS If it is Guns you want dont fail to see Carson Bros stock of Shot Guns Rifles nnd Target Guns Ammunition c Mt c ic t 1HuU Music TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks rooo 5- i4liliiiIii 1 EVERYBODYS STORE Comfortable and Stylish Wears for the Bleak Winter Months this and Wo are lines of work and dress bo found in whole not only but 125 135 lined 100 150 100 work 75e Dress lined and iOO Kids aiid in great AND has never met with as it has this season We on the and best lines Mens Suits and in this We have and you No need of you cold this if only know how we Wo have Suits and fit any a Como our stock The will do good shoes for to fitall our Shoes can all your needs ol civilian places in the War by executive order on May 29 1899 order is at the request of Root and it affects about ISOO people in the Quar termasters Medical and Till Kind You Have Bears the Harvest The many friends of the Hon R M Jolly and wile are deeply grleved and with them over death ol their beautiful Nannie who died this week while at school at Ro Va The of her death are unusually sad Leaving a bright home last she was full of the her In a new country Bnt Death the Grim Reaper her away is but one of the crosses we human beings are heir to from a higher pow er The NewS as yet baa heard noth ing of the of Miss I I Nev W D Cox ol Cen tral City started a revival here last night and may he have a grand soc ecu is the true desire of his many friends here Mr L S Campbell and Miss Lucy Hcoper attended church at Render last Sunday Mr Judson Rowe oi Reoder has acceped a as salesman for Mr 0 M Maddox in this city Mr Luther Williams Is very low 01 typhoid fever Last Sunday 17th inst Mr M D Harmnien of Rock pott and Vl fl Mary J Hooper oi Echols were unit ed In Rev George Tiltord Mhs Hooper was a very young lady and is the daugh ter of Mr R N Hooper who is at Echols for the C C I Co Harmmen Is an intelli gent young man employed by the C C I Co at Mr S D Warden is attending court at Hartford this week Mr Geo M Maddox went to Hutt ford on business Mr Wm of Ceralvo Is at the bedside of Luther Williams who Is at the death JUDSON Notice to Farmers fo the farmers of Ohio have the best seed ever in Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for 16 I own the county right illteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyW STEVENS 913t 9 1901 Nrvv creations iboing to mnkit the most eous for you to get Pl1attl HATS ready to wear made to wear to suit any trade at any price Tho most fastidious dresser tho most can bo pleased 1LadiesS GLOVES tho largest to this will PLEASE WEAR Genuine Horsehide Horsehide with Horsehide asbestos tanned with gauntlet Heavy Gloves3550c Gloves and u- nlined75eLadies Jerseys Mittens varieties FALL SUITS This such ourselves having largest selected of Boys and Childrens Overcaots country pleased others can please going winter you cheaply sell GOOD Overcoats at and to body outfits and examine visit you SHOES rubbers Wo supply E P BARNES Department excepting Todays Secretary Engineer Engineeratlarge Departments CASTORIAFor Always Bought Signature tffiteZ Deaths condole the daughter anoke circumstances September prospects before triumphed pausing particulars Jollys- deathBrecklnridge IgRev position the marriage officiating popular weighman Mr Echols yesterday Chancellor Mr countyI cleaner for September MILLINERY added dully department advantag plupo HATS HATS HATS economical buyer showing Gloves territory They Buckskinl gauntlets OVERCOATS department approval congratulate Clothing nllprices Wedding specialty Everybody RUBBERS BRO News- ROCKPORTKY poinUof IKentucky Ladies Shoes Wo have a lot of elegant Shoes for ladies None bottoter nono nicer Como seo them We are selling them at 1 titer value To seo is to buy Coni- cCctxes3cDx1 BXQ55 llnrtlortf Ky CA roXtXA Bun Uilh to to Ibis Ahss BNfh BJcut1Uf TI +or ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ISCOHPOIUTID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coan ty and business points geneally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lets call on A E Pate HartfordKy C VtD1TO2jj r has brought permanent relief to ail lion sneering women were on tale renwlnre TTIL Ur Mitchell was fut decllnlDgta health when Wins ot Cardnl performed wonderful cnn in her cue sneered with the ago nlea of felling ot the womb lencorrho and profess menstruation lhl weekly or 111 mDllel ror wo months ephylleaThen ewe the trial ol Win of Cardnl and the cure Un Mitchell1 experience ought to commend Win of- Carda women in word of leqUDCOWlNEOlCARDm It within the reach of all Women who try It are relieved Ask your drnaxM for a II bottle of Wtneot eaddo- not take a substitute if tel1dro Sirs Willie Mitchell South Guton If OI Win of C rtol inS ItaAttTft flask Draught beeS rforued emIgscios eer In vhs 1 haS been e KIWI nWrwith tlllot cf the womb lad leaeorrbcu cud mr nenM cam cysts wMk for two and wan 7 hm gOd inaaeed me to rlrlMIol4 CiMol tad nuekDraukt lid now till ioor rbw bii a Uippwed ud I aa nitond la perfect 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RESERVE SURPLUS j 12500000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 p Address aU correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS ASTHMA SURE FREE It Astlimalonn Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Curo in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL VHITI TOUt XAJII AM Animr ILAIMY There is nothing like Asthmalene It brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else falls RidgeIIImalene received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from It I was a slave chained with putrid sore throit and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw Jour advertise ment for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ol the Cong Dual Israel J90rDrsGentlemen Your Asthmalene Is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all tnnhl 4h nhl lIh A 4 w w u wuwuw w u Its success h astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analjzed we can state that Asthmalere contains yoursIJ901DrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign updn your windows on ijoth street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene My wife cntraenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical improvement Alttr using one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and slit Ientirely Iree from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1911 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertirement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur- L chased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years wnaunnble to work I am now in the best of healthand am doing buiitss every day This testimony you can make such use ofas you see fit Home address 235 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 Bast 129th St New York City J Trial BottloSont Absolutoly Froo on Rooolpt of Postal flROSMUDICINECoSold by Druggists It I ff- t = p Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 THE BLOODY TURK How Christians Are Treated in Macedonia Mr William E Curtis of the Chica go Record who is in Bulgaria writs to his paper aboutthe treatment of Christians in that country Every form ol tyranny and brutall ty has prevailed No man has been allowed to amass money for any evi dence ol prosperity would attract the attention of avaricious officials No farmer dare raise more than h s re quires for his own wants because a Snrplus would certainly be seizd for the government or for the uses of the military Women and children as well as men have been butchered by thousanas by incurring the animosity of the Tdrkisb troops One record shows 15000 of such victims during the list ten years II a faithful Moslem covcts the property ol his Christina neighbor it la only necessary to denounce him for discontent before the nearest magistrate and the soldiers will do the rest No Chrif tian woman in Macedonia can be pro tected from the lust of the Turkish soldiers and officials and the thresh holds of thousands of homes are slippery with the blood of fathers and husbands who have died defending the honor of their wives and daugh ters But the Turks have a way of accomplishing their purpose without the use of force If a Turk finds a Christian woman who pleases his fancy it is only nec essary for him to have her summoned before the nearest magistrate and ask ed if she desires to become his wife If she consents the marriage ceremo ny is performed at once If she refuses pesecutlon begins rot only herself but her father mother brothers and sisters are arrested under fie ticious cfienses and thrown Into pile on They may be accused of treason and shot they may be fined the en tire value of their property and made to suffer other penalties which the Turks show great ingenuity in devis ing Some girls yield to save their lamiles and are selfcondemned to spend their lives in the perpetual slavery of the barem but usually the entire family abandons everything and flies over the boundary into Bnl garia with only such property as they can carry in their hands to begin life over again under the piotection ol the Bulgarian authorities and among sympathetic surroundings The Turkish officials always conficate any property that may be left Southern Bulgaria is full of such refugees I met a man recently who t Id me that more than a dozen fami lies within his own personal acqnaii t ance bad been compelled Ito abandon their homes in Macedonia for this ra on alone and Tithin the limits ol Bulgaria are several thousands simi lar cases a S A thousand things by it are done far better than most things do one We refer to Rocky Mountain Tea made by Mldlson Medicine Co 350 Ask your druggist m Stories in The Companion- In the fifty two issues of its volume lor 1902 The Youths Companion will publish between two hundred and three hundred good stories Four series of stories which promise to be exceptionally entertaining will be Tales ol a Deepsea Diver Tales ol a Circus Hand Tales of a Mississippi Pilot and Tales of an In dian Agent There will be lour stories in each group Among the contributors of fiction during 192 will be Annie Fellows Johnson Eva Wilder Brodhead Ar thur E McFarlane Homer Greene Ellsworth E Kelly Ella W Peattie Grace M Gallagher Alice Morgan Elizabeth McCracken C A Stephens Alice Brown Jack London H S Canfield Margaret Johnson Edward W Thompson Carroll W Rankin May Roberts Clark Sarah Orne Jew ett Margaret Sangster Marshall Saunders and Sarah Barnwell Elliofl A lull Announcement of the new volume will be sent to any address ol request The new subscriber for 1912 who sends l 75 for the new volume at once will receive free all the re maining issues for 1901 Including the double Holiday Numbers also The Campanion Calendar for 1902 lithographed in twelve colors and gold TUB YOUTHS COMPANION 195 Columbus Avenue BotonMass News is brought of human flesh be ing freely sold In the famine districts of Shansi China Babes and young children are being butchered The Empress Dowager has commanded that the practice be stopped but is able to enforce her orders only around Hsian Fu The money collected by the Christian Herald of New York has been distributed saving many from starvation Ex 4In tkDI ihoalj U fletnlln- nElys Cream Balm cteaajaoothandhesathe O Itnuescatanhnddtleea1cod Cream Balm U plieed Into the nostril ipridi eyes the membrane and ti abtortxd ItelUf U IDle median and a can follow It If not drrlnedoei not product sneezing large Size M cent at Drug glitsorbymafli Trial Size 10 cents by mall SLY BUOTIIBR8 M Wantn Btrtet New York THE NEW Vi V Common Sonse for Womon Indlet Should Paid ol the 1ntU and Mot Sue rvulal Importation iron Kronen AU Womankind May roesl Bright EJM Fair Ski Streuth nnd Uood Health So says Dr InltorU the tenon French prac titioner who hm ilerotfd hie whole ilfetti the tads ol women end has won the hlatiMt dts Unction through hU wonderfalljr amutnl prac tice among the flint forullln ur Iaritx WOMAN A IIKKOINK Woman It a heroine aaji the Doctor atid her rrinarkabl endurance end abllltjr to wlttutnnd the moat trlDR ordral ronipeli adnlmtlon She le a ilare to tbe Natural MoilestJ ol her jwl which co often inner her to endnre the rreatent trial end eaSer In silence rather than conttilt enn her FarnHjr rhilclan fearing to expo e htrarlt to necessary questioning Mid probable examination A ltPKSTUIIVrt- ecogntilnx thia tact catty Ia hie practice Dr Lnllonl bat by jrcan of itndj and cloie application enTolred an rntlreljr new methpj of treat moat for all ailment peculiar to woman which bM met with vnbonnded enceesa end bLt Drench Offlcce managed tl1 eklllnl phytlclane under hie pvreonal enperrlilon are now located In eYe rjr large cltjr oT Europe Ilj bll superkr method each patient rtwlTf abeolnteljr tree or charge ioU and detaii4edio rpeclallj adapted to her caee thoe avoiding all rmbarraaement or lncqnTenlen end aa IrljlIord a tvinelleu are put up In the form of email dainty wafer they are eatlljr carried and t tot any time or place wlthoal uttractlng atten tlon This insure rcgnlarlty treatment whlcj U mot Important to a cure and generalLy la pOMlble with liquid remedies Llqnld remedle always rontalnalarire propor tion of alcohol whuky or other llqnon to pry nerre them from ipolllng Dr LaUorda Watery lire A dry medicine and on poeltlrely tree from Intoxicant or narcotic drug of any kind tOlLlt ntaUultl Dr LaDord rreateetenccee bat been acbler edbythenooftheCAmiMA WAFEIl Ihli Is not a Patent Medldne but w dentine prepa ration of Vlbnrnnm or IVUUNIA rum manly known a Hlack llawberryi and other well known herb whOMCnratlve propertied lure boo known to berkalUU fur trbtorM VIUor new or CAIluSIA I rvognlird end pre critml by tne leading phyalciass of the world es the beet known Kpetincfor reu U troubles Tbe extremely dUairrveable taettf ol three drug hai been overcome by kUUnl manipulation retaining bowerer all or their Tlrtne niJ Miyngtb and Ipattembodying the moot accurate and certain cure for Female VeakneH Nerrone lTotntloaralnfnl and Mnppmwd Menree IrrrRularlty l ucor rhcB or White JSterlllty Icrrullonot the Iota Change of Ute In Matron or held Chronic De dIne Irinary Trouble Nerruat Debility ProfuM 01I1 ues of Breath BcaMlns of Urine Sorcneu ol llreut Senralgla Uterine DUplacement Dad alt tboee ymptom which make the aieraire wo menC 1110 mlwrable It make child blrtb easy and nare doctor lilllt A VALDAULE FCATVnaC- AHOSIA WAFERbaYJPrOTD- to ablfoXlng thousands of uffcrloff women who have been made well itrong eurprltlngly short time by thla wonderful rtm rh will not only cure the mot obntlynt c rnamatter how long neglected but ore also the only known remedy that cantwab ul jtely relied upon to preTent tbeae monthly recurmiHV4 of extreme pain and unerring needleuly endured by so many ol oar women Pore Hnil Kllecllvr Dr LaDorda Wafer are purely Trgetabte containing no Injurlon chemIcal or drug and are poltIvly guaranteed to cure nf1l the mod neglected mae If directions are rarefally follow ed and the medicine honestly taken This valuable remedy l r Ijilliirtra fnro tile Unow on pale In Amerlea by tbe Importing flrm of ti lr rnilrr uiiiiinnt who bare contracted with Dr LaDord for the exrlnilre agency forth United State A Coninltatlon Itepartment under the kaprTUIon of Dr La Ilord ts maintained and eperlal advice furnished abolntely free of cbHrire to all who take the treatment Ladle ordering CAKOMA are Invited to write all about their particular raw In detail and an aiunred the mot carted priracy OIl to their rorrwpondence a no tetlmonl l or letter from ladles are ever published by us One box of CAltOA Wafera containing months supply will be cent eernrely parked and prepaid to any address In the I H or ranadaot receipt of One Dollar accompanied by the detail of your case A fall and complete treatment ln eluding nil necessary nirdlcln and onrwrittec guirantee Five Dollars poyaulrln advance Thl chanre cover nil expen Including fm advice and loll direction There are no add lionel charm of any kind thus placlnir thi treatment within tb reach of all Addreec consultatIon Dept Tlie C01 lee Inure foiupnny Market and 5 Uh HI Phil adelpbla 1a Jlljrr RevIrlR Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that the Rev Irl R Hicks was dead be never was in better health and never did a harder and more sue cessful ytars work than that jut closing He has just completed his large and splendid Almanac for 1911 and with his staff of able helpers has brought his journal Word and Works justly forward into international reputation For a quarter of a century Mr Hicks has grown in reputation and usefulness as the peoples astronomer and forecaster of storms anJ the character of coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now bio timely wan- Ing ofa serious drouth this year hav- Ing saved tbe people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels 01 wheat were harvested through his ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The American people will cer tainly stand bv Prof Hicks when it costs them so little and the benefits arc to great His fine Almanac ol 200 pages is only 25c npd his splen did family journal is only one dollar a year including the Almanac Send to Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo Key Opens Cell not Heaven Anton Barndt935 Girard street in vaded Halsted street last night and sampled the wine along that thor ougbfare Then things began to look bright Beautiful visions fioate be fore the Germans eyes He went to Wnttaylorheaven The hardware man smiled but furnished Barndt with a key large enough to open almost anything Tbe key made of brass weighed neatly a pound Barndt went in search of the gates to heaven He thought they were In the yards of the Chicago Sugar Re finery FIst be rapped 01 the gates leading to the cooperage chops and demanded admittance Receiving no answer he proceeded lo force entrance with hIs great key Then a watch man took Barndt to the Maxwell street police station and charged him with being a burglar The prisoner seemed much frightened as he Iced Justice Dooley to day AU he could remember was his search for the gates leading to paradise He promised to remain contented with the mild wine of Milwaukee venue in the future and his honor let him go on paying a- fineofj OAS onXABear the KInd Yci Vavi IIw2yt O- tutjjj44jjjjjjjj Bijnatsn d rZ1M 1 GOING UP SALT RIVER Story of the Way In Which the Phrase Was Originated A number ot diUtrrnt ttoties un told regarding the wny in wMch thi plirare low up Salt River came to signify political defeat Btyard fry Icr hub this to siv on the sul j it Formerly there were extensive salt works on the river a short distance from the mouth The laborers in thrin were a set of athUtic dllligefll fellows who soon became known tar and wide fir their achirvtuients in tht pugilistic line Hence it Ucatne H common thing fur the bontmrn on the Ohio when one of their number was refractory to say to him Well row you up Slit river when the burl saltmen would ot course have the handling ol him By a figure 011 speech the expression was applied to political candidates first I believe in the Pirctdettul campaign cl 1840 There is another explanation fit which claim lit nfade that ij better than the explanation juit given Thlr rrcalled beter explanation Is that ir the early river days tbe slyer being croaked and difficult ol navigation was n fivorite stronghold lor tivei pirates who preyed on the commerce oi the Ohio and rovred their plnndet up SlIt river Hence it came to be atidofnythirig that was irrevocably loet Its rowed up Salt river II And Henry Clay appears in tbi Salt river famines The tory lor hir pait Is that in 1832 when he was candidate for the Presidency and by un engagement 10 speak in Louisville he employed a boatman to row bin np the Ohio The boatman who was a Jackson Democrat pretended t miss his wayand rowed Clay up Sal river instead FO that Henry did not reach his destination until the day alter the election just iotlme to beet nfhs own defeat Jobn Duncan ir Louisville Post Judge Day ol the United States Court ol Appeals has ordered Roe trial in the case oi J M McNight ac cuttd 01 Vmb zzlng funds of the defunct German National Bank o Louisville Of coughIngone should tell you IhAt you nred CotighRemedythroat and make sleep I o slble It iii good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m During Jt recent thunderstorm a Patterson N J a Mrs William Don u CfilCKESTERS ENGLISH PILLS PENNY0ROY 10iI811 = 01111 tuitIeIVIlI1iJt5t ribbonTakeJluyroorDfUCCIItr ItlettrrarvittrnOUICB83TEB CIIEUIOAL CO hoe Madison Square 1 IIILA PAM CBIU tkU eec I OOOO WojpW intllion traytopremature MrMItchllWaa fast declining In bsaltb when Wine curInnlea of alllnr Ol the womb lencorrbcga weeklyappearance phyhealofCardutofCsrduiburning eloquence WINEOICARDN I within the reach of all Women who druggistfornot tate a substitute II tendrea you Mn Willie Mltthtll South Oaiton NCIWine of Cirtnl and Tbedford DiceS DntKbthtre performed a mlrxruloni rare In a trait ufferer with 1lUo of the womb and lenoorrhma and m7mnl came ek for two mouths and were Ierrw Sly hut bind induced me to Ur Win of Cardnl and DIIIllraobt and now tb lto eor rhota bu du PPsand l am mtond to perfect lMulrmopedaldtrftllone tTiuMonuTlje ymntN Th CChataDoo J 4- I A FREE PATTERN I your own Mlection to every lob scriber Only X cents a year cAJJs1IlliI1 A LADIES MAGAZINf iatsIIihleework t hootthold Mniit fiction tie Sub copsladyStylish Reliable RInI Unlo Absolultll1rretlIlIalf EM CALL c PAITERNSI AO Stun Allowed ml Pf rfontkmj iho w the ButN Hi Scubo Itoei hUeSAsk li and lon gr by moil lion THE McCALL COIIIMI5II7 Writ list 51 4i I I ohur jumped out of bed andpttting what the supposed was a totleol holy water sprinkled the sleeping members of her family When they awoke in the motnlng And saw them selvid In a raloror they were stat tied by their Mfenked Ice The woman in the daik bad plcktd up by mistake a bottle bluelrg In reply to inquiries we have pleas ure in ant oanclfig thet Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepara tion of that admirable remedy In that It cleanses and heals membranes af fected by natal catarrh There Is no drying or Anff zlnu The Lquld Cream SaInt Is ndapted to use by pa tients whu havj troube in inhaling through the nose and prefer spraying The price including spraying tube is 75 cenls Slid by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York A new remedy Ir bIliousness is now on sale at Z Wayne Griffin Bros thug store It is called Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent tHe attack if given as soon as tbe first indication of the disease appears Price 25 cents per box Sample free Governor Davis o Atkansi has created a somewhat Martllrg pieced nt by discharging all the wr men con fined in the state penitent try Nit content with thU the governor noil tits the ptojle ot hie state thkt no JKCtnan will hereafter tit confined in ne ptnitertity unless the Irgisa ure lurnlfhes a rtlorrn ache ol which 4 a so t be pace for their incarcer on OASSOnxABantl Yts lIStS Alaiys B- tS7 ctlld +A new dynnrnite gun mid to be the most dcHiuit ve ever invented has been successfully tested at Fisher Island New York harbor DONT BE rOOL- EDIa Take the genuine original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA Mad enly by Madlaen Mdl elM Madltoa II keep yea well Our trsde pacbrrtIsspesails e Ut Ask yew tfrHggUt THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlccaWeek EdlttonA1 most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Presidential campaign Is over bet the world Roe on loot the cam and It Ia loll ol news To learn this news lost cc It U promptly and Impartially all that yonhaT to do Utolool in the eelems of Tbe ThrirMWeek Edition ol the Sort World which comes to the sub erlber IM tine a year The ThrleeeMreek World dlllltenre a a pub 4hrof first new ha giveS It circulation wher OTOr tb KnglUh language 18 ipoken and you want It- Tbe ThrleeaWeek World regale abcrlp lion prlral only ieupryar We oSer tht unequled bewepaper and Tee lUrfBLlcJH tOo tether one year for IK- iTbemiilrnbcrlptlon price ofthe two pa nre 25- 0NEW THROUGH LINE et THICK tvtKStiui AMD CEICJCCA established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betw e Bvansvill and Chicago the line bein via Mattoon Champaign and the roa Irom Evansville to Mattoon former a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun LvEvansvile 730pm 73008 Ar Chicago 70011 tn 7oop m SOUTHBOUND Daily Er Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 830am ArEvanaville 805 am 550 p m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chai ars on diy trains Tickets of yoi local ticket agent SouthernRailway NlfnnliLoaliTllle Line Time Table Corrected to June M 1M1 LonUtlUe Division No1 No5 No2 IT IouliYllle ICS a IQ 4 Opn JM p m r 222 p in si p u iiawrencibgijiain 070 pm 0Mp m I VenallleK 1018 a m 542 pm ltt p mu Lexington 1041am 710 pm UMpm linrgln IOUam 7n p Nt- o 0oriretownlIMBm T40pm NO4 NO2 NLe IT nnrirln 435 p m 710 a ra Ar lleorfcetovn soo p m rvo ft ra I Lexington oCt a In 441 p m 790 a m Vervallle anacin 611 pm 7U amI Lawreneeburgehla t 640pm 8OamHbelbyTllI TSOnra t2fpm 510 nn IonUilll 840 a in TiM p m 1019 a m Ilttween Louisville EraniTlll and St Ixjile Bt Louis Division NO 4 NO I- Lr LonUrlll IWa m 1000 p m Ar llontlnRbnrg 1145 a m 1280 a in- I 1rlnreton 100 p in 148 am Bt Lonl IM p m 782 a in- NO3 Nol lyfitLoute 215am 1050pm- ArPrtnreton 121pm 303amto JlllaUnbdrlf 2I4pm 4amLouliTille 56 p m Tao a in- No10 N022- Ly Louisville 650 p tU 550 a in- trlluntlrigbiitg 850pm IIC6 aID lCyanUiiie 1026 p in JIO p m N0 S N021 LT EraniTlll 710 am 116 pm Ar llanllnurllli 905 a in 220pm LonUrllle ILlS a in 645 P in TralniXo 1 2 1 and 4 run tolld between LoaUrllle and St Louis Train No v end 10 run olld between LooUrlll and KranTlll carrying Chair cnTrain Noe 21 mud 22 cnrrrlng through OraL class Coaches bIb uranirllle end buolirllle Day trains b loBtaTlll and Bt Louis curry Cafe Parlor Car Night reels between LonUVlll and HI Inlcarry Pnlltnan Drawing lloopi ttleeplng Cars with buffet service For ticket antI further Information apply to any agent Southern Itallway II D Hpencer Oenl Man Bt IxuU Mo R U Ilardwkk OeuI Paur it Waablugton 0 D Allen Al ta nrBMArtat Uial Mo TIC o r AWOEPHYUCOESSORSomething Sun ii All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the Use powders acid gases inhalers anti drugs In paste fornl Their dry up the mncanus membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used in the Inhalers have entirely eden Away the same mew branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pAftrii and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner whn has for many years uinrle n close study RUt tpeciallty ol tile treatment ot Caiarth lea at last petlrctrd a tf eat ment which when faithfully used not permanentIcause stopping the dlfcbufRrs and I curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually retches the rID cUd parts This wnndeiful remedy is known all Snufita the Guaiantted Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extiemely I o v jirice ol Dollar each package containing internal and external medIcine sufficient for a lull months I treatment and everything necessary to ita perfect use Snuffl a is the only perfect Cute ever made and is now recognized tI t the only sale suet positive cure for that nnnoylnir and dlngusling disease It cures all infl matlon quickly and permanently and 101 also wonderfully quick to relieve hey Fever or Void in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Sniffles wit ave you II you tt eit at once It Is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which It rmtivellUUAn tivu 1 tn cure Cat4rrt1n any fun or stage if used accoidlng to the dltrc lions which accompany each package Dunt delay but send tar it at incc stud write lull particulars as to your condition cad yOu will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy ttirardirig yonrcaM without cost to yon bfjond the regular price of Snuffls the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any addres In the United States or Canada on receipt nl One Dollar Addres Dept I Rot win B Gilts Com pIny 3j3t and 212 Market street Philadelphia wRw rn 1IlT Olxlo Covuaty r OrcnltCoort WTOwen Judge J45 flow Attorney Uweniboro T II Black J alien IA Aadrnnn Clerii 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