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wealthThe man possessed ol this valuable secret Is FM Emerson oi 18 Marl etta street The secret has been banded down In his family the charts and diagram- psasing e from his father to him N effort was made to seek and find th bidden treasure as the Emerson am fly were not financially able to nn dertake the work So reliable is the Information in th possession ol Emerson and so certain does he feel the treasure can be easil found that he has advertised in th New York HeraM for capital wit which to go after be millions of dol late that He burled under South Americancolt Of course Bmenon will not tell where the treasure Is burled lie is willing to part with tbe information provided money Is furnished to recover the treasure and he is guaran teed an Income out of tbe find that will give him a competency during his lifetime In one of the small South American stern many years ago somebody bur led a lot ol gold silver and jewels worth over a million of dollars and possibly many millions It was bid den under tbe soil and charts made of tbe spot With the charts was an exact description of the place cud how to reach It So explicit are three di rections that any person sea by go lug to certain town find the burled wealth In a few hours All of this is vouched for by Emer son and so true and authentic does his account oi the secret appear that Mr W M Scott the welt known real estate dealer bas taken hold of the matter for him and is assisting him to obtain capital necessary to prosecute tbe search for the burled money The first move Mr Scott made was to Insert tbe following advertisement in the New York Herald Burled Treasure To patty with 3 atchVfcr means Authentlcic history toad sworn away marks all written minutest details to locality ol a burled a treasure value named over one million dollars circumstances compel me to dispose ot tile claim terms part cash and an interest reaerveduliea- ction guaranteed ay near as pour ble this Is absolutely bon fide as given to me under oath reference given and required For further n formation address S 65 Nottb Broad St Atlanta GIWhen seen by a reporterl TheI Constitution about his secret faf theI hidden treasure Emerton gave outI the following publica tion atatcmestfoi I I have been Atlanta more than six yeara and am now in the employ ol Mr 1 B Folsom I have also a private business olmyI own I lived In Brazil South Amer ica several years Atlanta however Is my home DOW Iexpect Jo die here I have absolute confidence in my secret of the hidJed treasure and when I say that I know what I am talking about Any person seeing what I have In my possession would doubt lor a moment that the treasure is there and can be easily found TheI charts and diagrams contain the mostI minute waymarks byvwhfclf tye spotI where the treasure allocated can beI band without the feasttrouble Since lhjwe advertised In the New York paprDI have already received several applications for the secret I posses tile writers offering the money ntteaInary to prosecute the searchIThe history of the buried treasury is also in my possession with the charts and diagrams and I know thatI they are absolutely authentic All that I have has been given under oath At the close of the civil war my father being dlsh artenttUke many others In this country moved I to Brazil It was then that he secured the secret of the hidden treasure It was obtained by him in an honors ble waand In a business tcfljearetMIf s w L t short time alter gaining possession ol the secret The papers Jn this way fell Into my hands I had hoped a along to be able myself to go burled treasure but Ncircumstances in my lire have prevented me and I have been unable to do so I am now getting along in years and simply desire to surrender the secret to those who are able to g and get the money If I thereby may secure a reasonable competency for my old age Under any other cir cumstances I would not part with the papers I have unbounded confidence In the reality of the burled treasure No one can doubt It who reads the manuscripts In my posses sion for as I have said every word written in tbe papers has been given under oath The treasure is buried op the coast ol a certain South American state the Identical city with all tbe comparative distances being giving in the manuscripts Certain well known marks and rocks are mention ed which can be easily found Dis anad Inches tram tide mark and even the hiding place of the key ol the iron chest la given The contents ol th chest are mentioned in detail and they consist of gold silver bullion and valuable jewels I must admit that I myself am very slow about putting confidence in stories about such hid dopossessione I am certain that the treasure about which I speak can be found It will not take much capital I have placed thee best known and most responsible bus isyreame relatedhto him There Is nothing to prevent anybody with tbe means fiom gain ing possesion of this great fortune A1 Snell wanted to attend a par ty but was afraid to do so on account ofpalnes in his stomach which he feared would grow worse He says I was telling my Troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will PtJ ju in condition for the par ty I tight a bottle and take pleas ure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Snell is a resident Summer Hill N Y This remedy is for sale by all druggist m The Right Kind of a Church Member- A story is told of Henry Ward fleecier that once upon a time in orI der to meet an engagement he bad to drive twentyfive miles In tbe counI try The driver of the team seemed proud of his horse and impressed MrI Beecher that he wanted to show himI off He began by letting the horseI go at rather an unusual speed MrI Beecher said to the driver It seems to me that you are driving your horseI too hard I am afraid that he will give out before we get there The man replied You dont know thatt horse lIe starts fast gets faster allI the way never tires and never licks Beecher turned to the man with aI merry twinkle in his eye and said lI wish your horse was a member of my church reCoughs and Recommendation of a WellI Known Chicago Physician I used and prescribed Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obsti hate contracted coughs with directl results I prescribed it to all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking relit from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions It Is nonnarcotic and safe in the hands of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mm Mary R Melendy M DPh D Chicago Ill This remedy is for sale by all druggists m Eight men were killed Ina mine at Bluefield W Va last week Their bodies have not been recovered Reuben Quinn the murderer oi Po iceman Crum ot Danville has beent sentenced to hang December 2fAs to reciprocity treaties those that come within the limits of the del inltlon of reciprocity as fixed by President McKinley can well be ratified Congress but not otherwise definition embraces such treaties asI will not harm a single American industry I or cause the toss ol a days work to any American TrenstUs that do hot conform to that definition should be amended accordinglyUkIe God bless all thefr soft hands and pitying hearts we must all come at lastHolmes fiferThe only people who are not free with advice are lawyers end doctor ItIAlonged water eyed slowwitted evil t smelling cigarettesmoking boy is the brosd side that a Kansas editor fired at a youth who had incurred his displeasure I HIS AWFUL CRIME IIcafe Party Hear the Confession of a Burden Conscience A llttlecoterie of friends were stand Ing in downtown cafe a few evenings ago when a seedy individual saUD- I tered in and took a seat near by say the Washington Post He Hatene- attentively to the conversation and occasionally cast a wistful eye towards the strangers as they quaffed their positions One of the men finally spoke to the new comer and asked him what he wanted I merely came In here out ol force of habit the latter replied I am accustomed to paying visits to places like this and I always feel more af home than In a hardware orb gents i gentlemens I should say more prop arty furnishing emporium The apparant ease with which lh new comer expressed himself attract ed the attention of the grounp of roundels and they began pressing him with questions You are a man of more than ordl nary intelligence and I am at a loss ie your precent plight said one I wish you wonld not talk to me in that manner said the newcomer I have troublea of my own troubles greater than you can possibly have earoAnd what are they queried an other Fora long time I have had some thing on my mind that I have felt it a duty to confess he began What broke In one of the list eners Can it be thatyou have committed some Crime yes thats It I have com mltted a serious crime against the publlcand I realize that I am amenabl- to the law I have refrained from making a cleirn breast ot it fearing the punishment that must surely be my rewardIIA murder suggested one oi the listenersNo not quite so bad as that but It is bad enough Pray then what are you guilty of asked another Well yuu see it was like this Seven years ago I was married I had ever reason to believe that I was mar stlP1ulatedlater I found hear me I know will not think harshly of me that have married the whole family oft mother father three sister and two brothers It was a terrible blow tome I found there was no use quit and have been a wanderer ever since I have felt that I could not look none of my fellowmen in the face until I could make a confession Give me over to the law if you will I am ready to do penance The way he made his confession at tracted to him the sympathy of his listeners Another round was order ed and still anotherAn hour late new comer shuttled down the street muttering to himself that It was better to be born lucky or a hUe morlst than rich To got rid of a Troublesome Corn First soak it in warm water to softI it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing the blood nd apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice dally i rubbing vigorously forI five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn for a Jew days to protect it from the shoe As general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain BalmI is unequaled For saleby all drug gist m It seems to be a dead sure thing there will be no monkeying with the Tariff this Congress Clyde Ran Herald Democratic Tariffs never did support the Government Moravian Falls N C4 Yellow Jacket i A Good Cough Medicine From the Gmette Toowoombo Australia I find Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is an excellent medicine I have suffering from a severe cough the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in recommending ItW C Wock neroThis is the opinion of oral of our oldest and most respected real j giveinremedy and be benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is hold by all druggists m One Thousand Students There seems to be no longer any about the dally attendance ot he great schools oi the Cherry Bros of Bowling Green reaching one thous and students during the present scho lastic year The present enrollment is one third larger than ItJ was lastIyear at this time and many new are entering rusty day The phenomenal success of these Institu H ions is a subject of general discussion in religious and educational conven ions as well as among the people throughout the South The success of these Institutions js often mention a r I ed to show what can be done by school men when they plant their la bars on educational and business prin ciples treat their students right an- do d thorough honest faithful and searching teaching 5 The new college building which wee constructed by the citizens of Bowling Green for the Cherry Bros upondupon the educational spirit ofthe South Parties desiring to Invest gate the educational work done by these Institutions will get run blot mation by addressing H H Cherry Tbe General Manager Bowling Green Ky Grover Cleveland shakes hands with himself every time be contem p1tUthct leaderless condition of the Democratic partyFlora 111 Journal eFree Trade in Disguise Much ol the reciprocity talk Is Ire trade in disguise Men who ladul in it are anxious to Increase their Im portations and incidentally their pro its or they do not understand the subject No one can find fault with an importer for wishing to enlarge his business but when he wants to cur tail tbe business of A home mane fa turer who employes home labor he is trying to Increase his business to the Detriment not only of the home man ufacturer but he is trying to do DO in a manner that will Injure a large number of wageearners If It ws a question of one man against another THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenloull Treatment by Whloh Drunkards arefSelng Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves Weakoningae y flue Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled 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their own free will Do not welt Do not be deluded by ap parentand leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home old Cure Is sold at tbe extremely la price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ol everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost Ing a26 to 50 Pull directions accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept Edwin B Giles Company 3330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confids entlalipspAINw AtheniTennJaa27lWl Thor sinee the d appearance of menses the were re ar ud i hipsbackdown o abdomen Dueler the past month han been Win of Cardnl and ThwUord month- lypedodwlthoulpainrortbe lint time yoan DAvu What Is life worth la a woman sultaN Ing jlkt Nannie Davit suffered Yet there are WOmen In thousands of homos today who are tearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence II you are one ol these we want lo say thai this same W1HECARDUI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yeursell with the knowledge that 1000000women have been corn ptIei cured by Wlhe ol Cardul These worn en suffered from lenoorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine ol Cardul will stop all these aches aoiL pains for you Purchase a 100 aide ot Wine of Cardol today and like It In the privacy el your borne l 101rhC wte + cn mopJJI cawoav4lean I the people could afford to say let them fight it out and may the best man win but when one man rapes sents himself and the other stands fox a swarm of bread winners then the people to not hesitate Their sympa three are immediately enlisted on the side oi the men who won 1U be thrown out of work- Reciprocity is a good thing co long asrit takes from the foreigner things we do not produce and want but when it is pushed tar enough to take work from our wageearners then it is dangetotir Jersey City Journal Pointed Paragraps- The Chicago News contains these very pointed paragraphs There are two kinds of BtC18ha man sere and Insects When an optimist breaks his leg he rejoices that it isnt his neck A man naturally feels for a pretty girl who is afraid In the dark wellepump 8eA wise man knows only his own ignorance a fool thinks he everything People who doubted Noahs ability I as a weather prophet were sorry later onIwile cannot win In the long run b patience and love Margaret de Va lols On greet occasions it la almost al ways women who have given the strongest pools of virture and devo tion Montholon I Hangmans Victim Rallied in Coffin j Little Rock Ark Dee loEnd Wilson a cqnvict who killed R H Naylor a guard ol the Yell county convict camp last September was hanged recently at Danville The trap was sprung at 945 oclock and at 1005 the body was lowered Into aI coffin tbejcoffinWilson opened his eyes and his whole I frame shrink with tremors He was taken from coffin by the deputies snd carried up the steps to the scaffold for Inthe purpose of hanging him again the platform was reached the body became limp Wilson was ex amined by the physicians who finally pronounced him dead death being caused by strangulation Those who are so Impressed with the necessity of Tariff revision must at least admit that the country has done fairly well under the present Tarifire rThe American laborer should tens der a vote of thanks to Mr Starch and his association t An Atchtson woman says an ex change has a habit of eating too much and she invented a method of knowing when she had enough and will have her discovery pattened An Ingeniouslymade little alarm bell is set in her corset and when the pressure of the corset from eating amounts to to many rounds to the square inch the alarm is set oft and the woo man must quit Sometimes she is in the midst oi a juicy stake or she may be just tasting a delicious dish oflee reachedwher coffee when the pressure sets the alarm oil then she quits When via itors are at the house the alarm start lea them a little at first but they soon get used to the gong The In Sound Kidneys Insure Good Health D1+ J JTll rra fA OAlmaOX s 4if cIaUGBW t 7 am m firm believer In Peruaa Per three years I suffered with seven trouble ot the kidneys and other pdvllJorglfns trylngeveral remedies without relief 1 ttted Perun faithfully for fourteen weeks and am glad torrelievedme entirely otallpains lam In excellent health have gained twelve pounds In weight end never lifesChaplain of the Grand Army of the Republic write from 865 Broadway Oakland Calms lam aa old war veteran Icontracted scnre bladder and kidney freebie spent hundreds ot dollars and consulted a host of doctors but neither did ao any good JXj Finally some of my comrades who had been cured by Peruna adyhe ate lkepty lItime otneed for ten times Its soft LMr Mary Lawler ot Appleton WU waa cured of kidney trouble by Feruna In a recent letter to Dr Hartman she says r Last August Icaught a summer sold which settled In the kidneys and caused mesirloni inconvenience Npth lag I did seemed to help me and the doctor advfjed change of climate As meIimeInatural gateway the wait tissue lads Its escape This Waste matter becomes a very poisonous substance If al lowed to accumulate The renal artery brings the blood charged with impurl ties to the kidneys ventor says that the alarm lies been of more benefit to her than a score of doctors Asked President For a Match Out In the Zoological Park the oth er day a young man walked up to a gentleman and asked for a match to light his cigarette The gentleman gave him the match and reaching down in his pockettlrew out and prof fered him a cigar which Was declined with thanks Then the two fell into conversation I and It developed that they had each been to Montana and agreed that It was a great country ybWn om D i- V to m Ft pMrn It the kidneys aro healthy they will excreto the poison from the blood The e4bloedfromculation Peruna stimulates the kidneys tx ex crete from tho blood the accumulating poison and thus prevents the convul alone which are sure to follow It the poisons are allowed to romaJn It gives great vigor to tbe hearts action and digestive system both of which are apt to fall rapidly In this disease Kidney diseases are more liable lw ummer than In winter Bend for ad copy of U Summer Catarrh written by Dr Hartman This book will bdaent free to any address upon application 1 How I came to go to Montana remarked the young man IwaSread Ing a description oi that country from Rcorevelt now the President endtwssIstruckWell I am glad to hear you say that srid the as he walk ed away The young moan stared after foci iY 1edl i did the President say to you I The President was taking an outv lug all alone A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLER 3 cKEJVE ii MmA gentleman nz2 CIll Cj Q 9 olezm mpl PiLEI CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT lTUFJEStJUlES F w IFor Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford K AI J r s rt j a DO YOU WANT MANUKUrf For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills WclfPump 1 GUARANTEED rJ Oo UIIIrHE BEST I Hay Bale Ties Coilwiro Grate Bars Pipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Gallon v- MoHenry Mfg Machi Qoa McHemy Ky r r s 411 fFSetOSdCIaSSehrilrtISte s 0xozza FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 1 Tntf Isthmian Canal and the Phil jppines consume a great portion of itJongresa time 10COBI and wheat aro running sky ward at Chicago Corn at 69c and wheat 83Jc Farmere should be stow sindisposing of their surplus Later r price will advance A Los ANGELES Cat Bank Cash ier escaped the other day with 8100 000 in his flank It ia presumed the looter has joined the American colony of bank wreckers jn South America r 1rTnE recent rains have been very beneficial to the tobacco growerr Many of them have been enabled to deliver their crops and receive their reward Now if these kind brethren r would cell round and pay their sub icriptlon the enalegy rain would help a newspaper J CHICAGO was arroueed recently by- an I eloquentplea from Bourke Cock ran for American intervention to put an end to the Bore war in South Af tics No one will for a moment attipresent a ortany t ferent question Chicago may send her tby her rnjney and her Y provisioiif but it would be advisable + t e to keep lier intervention at home OtJB very dear contemporary caut 5 4understand just why it is that a negro J cant be to Congress In the L i t United Statee Most any school boy could answer the question Moet of the negro population is in the South ern States In these states the negro t coursortcant vote therefore his people cant f4elect him to Congress If the negro could vote in tie Southern States he could certainlygo to Congress Wore he not disfranchised he would send a solid delegation from MissusippI and JJ half of Louisana Ia it still a mys i f tery THE question of cutting down rep j m Congress from the 4aaSouthern States ia calculated to ar noda s r A NortbernAI It JAI such rabid sectional legislation and- S IRESErt the suggestion now comes not tram a NtAMOUN soberthinking man nor from a teas onble mind but rather irom an in significant politician whose knowl edge of the South is less than that of the ordinary school bay I r I IK you care to buy an Xmas pres ent for your wife your children or y sweetheart scan the advertisements in IITE REpunuciN and if you cant r F find what you want you are awfully hard to please und might aa well go home for it cant be had The place t to buy is with those who advertise Our advertisers ore the most upto date merchants that can be found x and they handle the very best articles ontoThe man that pushes his busi ness isa safe man and the public should aid him in every WilY possible 1 The dead head is little advantage to yr ithecountry its the active energetic persevering man that makes a com J munity alive and prosperous Come on come on visit our merchants 1 The thing to do is to advertise your t f Ibusiness are three very important 1 i offices joKentucky which are Uncle Sams Mail Servicer requires physical andmental nbil ofa high degree tot withstand its hard labors The thelS r subjected has a depressing ef feet and soon headache back 1acheneuralgia rheumatism etc develop in severe i form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F Sweinhart of Huntsville Ala he says 1 + An attack of pneumonia left me muscular beadacbe jandpains that seemed to be all over e me was scarcely able to move fort about a month when I decided to give t M sPain Pillsr t and verve Plasters a triaL In three days was again on my route and I- nto5 weeks I was free from pain and strengthtk c y Dr Mites Medical Co Elkhart Ind r w- r 1 t r r F I 1ftbeSlatePort Louisville Collector of Inter nal rovenuc 8 fcpthe Second District also in the Seventh District It Is proposed by Gov Bradley and his friends that Mr 0 M Barnett be dismissed from the tiurveyorsbip and Mr Dan R Collier again elevated to that lucrative position There is ab changeGenlife He has wallowed in the public crib for years in fact he has done little esle and the only merit he possesses is being a brotherinlaw of ex Qov Bradley These are the grounds for his claims the cause ot action We can scarcely believe that President Roosevelt will turn down a young man like Col Barnett for an oldwornout officeholder like Gen Colliec CARNEGIEAN INSTITUTION Andrew Carnegie has written the President offering to donate S 10000 000 to the United States for the pur pose ol establishing and maintaining in the city of Washington a universi ty for a high education The Presi dent will refer the matter to congress later in a special message The in stitution would rival those of the world and would add immensely to the material interest ot greater America It would be on the plan of the Smithsonian Institution but vastly more extensive A donation of 81 000000 from James Smithson an Englishman established the Smith sonian Institution and made its doner faraouf If such a small gift from an Englishman to the American govern ment makes the giver famous certain ly an American gift of ten times the former value would make a worldly reputation for the American doner WE MOVE THAT THE AMERICAN GOV ERNMENT ACCEPT MR CARNEGIES GIFT WITD THANKS and the new seat of learning be entitled GAnsEonux iNBTinrriON in honor of Us generous hearted and distinguished creator Should the government accept this splendid gift which it will do American youths could attain the highest possible degree of intellectual devel opment without leaving for a foreign course of training Mr Carnegie has done a great deal for American school interests in the way establishing institutions of learning but this is the grandest project of them ell While the establishment of such an institu tion would crown its founder with rich and lasting honors it would place America right where she ought to be first in education and learning APPELLATE DISTRICTS CANNOT BE CHANGED- In our last issue stated that the most important voJ for the jerry mandering machine was in the Court of Appeals district Our attention has been called to the fact that the legislature is powerless to change the appellate districtss consequently the trail of the political serpent will not harrass the citizens of Kentucky and their supreme court During the session of 1898 when the power to legislate was in the hands of the ambitious Senator Gee bel and his followers the Statutes of Kentucky were made to groan beneath the odium of the most cor rupt and vicious measures that a leg islative body ever instituted At this session the legislative highwayman attempted to jerrymander Sue 5th Appellate districtexcluding certain Re publican counties and annexing other counties largely Democratic This bill passed the legislature over the veto of the Governor and became a law on the 14th of March 08 which was decided unconstitutional by the Court of Appeals June 21 1898 Kentucky Law Reporter page 481 So far as the present legislature and the jerrymandering of the appel late districts are concerned the matter is already settled The appellate die tricts cannot be changed until 1003 The State was layed ott in seven ap pellate districts in 1893 which accord fug to section 116 of the constitution stands for ten years p Sr newnreol Olnlniriiimnr Cntnrrli Hint Contnln Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense ot smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mer cury and is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free perbottleHalls Family Pills are the best W T Parents Disowned Him Flora Ind Dec 10 Sensational features have developed in the suicide of Albert Gohee 22 years old who was found dead on the steps of a church near this city and who left a letter stating that his parents had disowned him and had branded him an outcast He had nothing left to live for I have been thrown out into the world without home or friends the iettercontinues and lam going to die fJrthe love of n 1 will meet all In ajhapplei latJa thin this IlIlwi hth4hopclhtt- my sweetheart Loafs Hand will meet me in heavenfor she is the lest frirnd I have on earth Give her the book I bought for her At my funer al sing Nearer My God to Thee and What Can Make Me Whiter Than Snow I want Rev Mr Ring to preach at my funeral Good by RENDER KY Dec io Messrs Thomas Gartdls Ben Woodruff L F Rowe Baylea Yendell and Oscar Brown of Render made a flying trip to Rockport tail SundayMr Westerfield of Hartlord has accepted a position as salesmen for G T Westerfield ot Render Mr Henry Rowe of Louisville has accepted a position with the C C I Co at Render Mr W J Rbwe of Rockport made a quick trip to Render lest Sundaj and returned same Miss Ethel Thorpe will leave the 23th for Greenville where she will spend Christmas with friends and red atlvea On next Wednesday night the i its inst Mr Klee Pierce and Miss Rosa Engleby of this place will be united In matrimony Miss Rosa is a most charming young lady and has a host of friends here and stands high in the beat of society Mr Pierce is a nice sober young gentleman and is well liked by everybody who ktow him Thecoalmines here are running every day with full force Rev E F Rowe Iso the sick list at this writing Marshal Wm Bryant of thIs city spent a lew hours in Rosine last Sun day WLUAK II All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result horn Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y- NeVOrle6ns Sept r 19x1 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lambettoi 1415 Del achoise St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDnff Pharmacist Sewed up His Heart St Louis Drat loA case that is interesting total physicians is that ot Ell Daniels a patient at tbe City Hospital who is convalescing from an operation of the heart Daniels it a Negro roustabout on the steamer City of Chester He was stabbed In the heart at Chester III and Dr NIetert Superintendent of the City Hospitalwhere Daniels was taken 24 hours alter being cut sewed up the wound taking several stitches and the patient now well on the road to recovery Clmmtfrlal Nlonineli and Lever Tablet themWhen feel dnll after eating When you have no appetite 4 When you have a bad taste in the JI mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When yon feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigotate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels For sale by all druggists m Notice to Farmers To the farmers of Ohio countyJ have the best seed cleaner ever In Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for 16 50 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyW STEVENS 9ijt September 9 1901 W HT McIntyre St Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disor dered stomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever taken For sale by all druggist m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theASignature of- Where the Ways Part Shall Cuba and the Philippines re main separated from American life by a great gulf or shall they be drawn slowly into close association with American peace wealth and patriot ism That is the question which will press upon Congress every hour of its present session It is Inextricably involved with Cuba reciprocity It ia a vital part ot any commercial policy regarding the Philippines The present situation of Cuba Mine bates the point We have given the Cubans efficient government extend ed their schools cleansed their cities and areabout to turn the Island over to them healthier physically and morally that it ever was before But we have not provided that material pros perlty which is the indispensable foundation of any and every lands progress We have not securep that industrial and commercial contact by which alone the Cubans can be made AmericanWe done much the same for the Filipinos We are protecting the peacefuland restraining the lawless We have declared the islands abso lutely and completely American sol But we have Jorbidden American enterprise and capital to devcloptheir ii1iiy resources Ve have d pid them that ion acdv1th American llfv which can1 be attained only In the relr tlons velYd y business Slice Cuba though virtually part of the Untied States is to be at least nominally Independent and since our treaty agreement with Sputa gives her ptoJuctscqua privileges with our own In the Philippines for about seven years to come and since nelth ercan well dispense with customs revenue it is probably not expedient at this time to take with them the short and simple method of Ameri canization taken with Hawaii and af ter some delay with Porto Rico But whatever fiscal nrianperuintj may be temporarily necessary they ohould be adopted with the steadfast tim of ultimate tree trade with nil reo ctodswbere the American filg floats r which are evidently destined soon to become port of our dominions In the Philippines Congress fhould at once sweep away all barriers to Amer can enterprire To both the Phtip pines and Cuba and especially to Cn ba Congress should at once make uch tariff concessions as will afTjid them markets and the chance of mate rLl prosperity If we continue to confine contact with these islands to mert l ernmental agencies they will rapidly Iriit away fom us But Ifwe take means to bring their people into con tact with our own In the telalation ot employer and employtdU we give American capital a chance to develop their resources and islands need3a chance to be served by American skill they will be rapidly asimilat ed end become really American We can condemn these Islands to economic isolation and thus breed InI them aver tncreasing enmity oMwe can open the gates through which they may pass to economic freedom We must do one of these thing take one of these coursesfor We an not stand atlll This ia the parting of the ways at which the American now pause and a great Suture depeadonI the choice of the ptth that Idrto bt rod Chicago Post ic MPreacber ma Brookilde AUDCC 10 TlJeltev r W Bradford a Methodist preacher vas shot and killed here by RTD Coffman a Justice of the Peace who nad been expelled from Mr Bradford hnrcti and whom the pr acler accused of lying about him and hIs con gregationoarsroctta Iteaa theireIhd Yes Nits Ahab iU- SJpatue ot Marriage by Wire Bowling Green Ky Dec to Mfcs Meade Wilcutt steed in the tele graph office here and became the bride of Dr J W Simmons of Peador Texas They were married by wire The questions were asked tram tbV Texas end by a Justice of the Peace and were answered by Miss Wilcntt Miss Wllcntts home is In Lewis burg Logaq county but she is at present teaching school in Butler county She and the doctor recently met while en route to Rochester The operator and newspaper acquaintances were the Bowling Green witnesses to the marriage Mrs Sim mona leaves December 22 for Texas to join her husband He will meet hen route KICK A DOG Kick a dog and he bites you He bites youand yotrkick him The more you kick the more ic bites and the more he bites the more you kick Each makes the other worse A thin body makes thin stood Thin blood makes hin body Each makes the ether worseIi thdkis going 0 be a change tRe help mus ome from outside Scotts Emulsion is the righ- help It breaks up such a Combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood That strengthens the bodyand i begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich bloodand rich blood makes a strong body Each makes the other better This isftheway Scotts Emulsion puts the thin body on its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and Ison the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and 1 all druggists FalrcerRemember Fauglits Grocery Stablo nnd Houso when in Owonsboro 221 Bollivor street r T H FAuouT Prop 1 ARE THE M jl laITnic OFFSPRINQ OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula is but a modified form of Wood Poison and Consumption The parent who Is tainted bv either see is the child the sofas disease manifesting lieU In the forth awollen glandsoftheneckandhroat I iantItentirtt white swell lngsure signs of mayledoesternalsigns I j piiilowlyInblood and will breakout atthe tint favor able opportunity SSS cures this wast tog destructive disease first purifying and building up the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system I at seat 1 15 Public Bqiurc Nifari1leTrai lAraTell yon ago daughter fell and eat her Prom this wound the aide of her face name swollen andbunted Some of the twit doctor here and elsewhere attended her without say benefit We derided to B 64 and t few bottles loran air Ill- tlrelr tlrelrsss purebloodstrengthen the body and u apwhive and safe cure for Scrofula It overcomes all forms of blood poison whether inherited or acquired no remedy to thoroughly electively deans a the blood IfOn have an blood trouble or your child baa inherited- some blood taint S 8 S and get preventtheSend for our free book and write our about cue We make BO charge whatever for medical advice THE twin memo co ATLANTA GA LUND SALE FOR TUXES By vhture ol taxes due me as Sher iffof Ohio county for the years 99 190 oi I or oneof my deputies will expose to sale at public outcry atthe cout house door in Hartford Ky on Monday November 4 1901 Lands- as follows BED A NO 3 Acres Taxes Graves T J guardian ol Parthenla Graves heirs 75 305 lAGAN NO 5 Ralph Sr Jno L 341 144S NORTH ROCKFORT NO 8 Nofalnger J R I let 6 70 Snlley 1C 60 515 Smith Mrs M J I lot 4 10 Stewart Mia Mettle E riot 3 55 Reid J W col 2 360 COOL PRIKOJ Craig Hro Rochester a Perry 5 2735 sour ROCKPORT Brown C D admr of Isaac Brown 71 515 Brown Samuel too 5 15 DaughertyMraMaggle2ntJ 560 Ford A F 65 6 15 Graves Mrs E R t lot 3 15 Wakeland MrsMartha i lot 3 05 Short Jno W col i lot 4 35 noRsE BRANCH Farris lIfaryR450 3 6 Preston Samuel 300 7 75 Reeks Orapo 100 410 WEST BEAVER DAM Davis Mrs Kate i lot 5 65 CKNTKRTOWN May Frank t lot 515 SMAUH00SE Balls Ruins P 45 5 65 Jackson George 25 4 tiS novoaDtRussell Zack T 51 4 to FOHDSVILUJ Ford Polly A coo 3 10- JlEPIIN Howley Chas 47 3 95 CERALVO Bishop Thos T 63 4 60 EtiSINE Dabney I W 100 6 55 Lewis S B 100 3 66 COOL SPRINGS ADDITIONAL YUAn 1900 Taylor Septimus 1900 6 6oI- St 01 loo 46t CTNAVILIB ADDITIONAL YEAR 190 20a5 JICHENRY ADDITIONAL Robinson Z T 01 279 17 r s NON RESIDENT LIST 665tDean W J 1900 50 2 55 Madie 60 20tKirtley John A 1900 140 5 65 II II ii oxr 5 6u Morehead Mettle J 1900 6p 4 oS i ii u 01 4 10 Turner Dr Wm 1900 2 lots 5 60 35tper commission will be added on day of sale Other taxes not paid at once will bs advertised S T STEVENS SOC ROUGH RIVtR TELEPHONECOMPANY IKCOBrOBATXD 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 county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or will beat expense If yousay so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu Tara call on A E Pate HartfordKy Smallpox inBreatbltt and Lee Jackson Ky Des 16 Repots re eamlitand also on Bear Creek in Lee coun ty The smallpox situation in Jack ton is improving only two new cases being reported y 7 It ct HEECONOY0i4 GOO1Ir = IWILh J3L IlEAriQU tlms FQRe t SAnTa ZaISE7EII NovelbThis year We are receiving Now Goods daily and have n fine stock of Christmas tins Everthing to please tho little folks in the wn of l0 8 Dolls Chairs cms Doll Buggies Doll Beds Doll Cradles Wheelbarrowst n Also on somethingbnow nice and substantial in tho wayof a Christmas Present you will surolj find it here Remember in Dry Goods wo keep everything tho people need at Economy prices tJiS JIVE TS YOUR CHRISTMAS TRADE Economy Dry Goods Store1 Mrs Sara CollinsSmith t l- AT i alkkkk9el k l 3 l Xl klel klelel k at t GRIFFINS OF COURSE t Here We ate Again as Usual With the Largest Stock of E CHRISTMAS 1- I NOVELTIES EVER BROUGHT TO OH10 COUNTYY i Our New Stock of Christmas Goods fConsists of the very latest ai ff prettiest designs and hero you will find rnil both old and young Look at this list and thou ask for what you doir t cm sus J l Iiroy Wagons Banjos Guns Pistols Dolls of any kind and sirs t tJ ringes Carts Koching Horses Doll Chairs Drums Fireworks FancjT Workbaskets Onyx KtniulH Fancy Lamps Crokinolo Boards Curd OF lat Boxes Beautiful Pictures Fancy Dishes Elegant Articles in Ster1ino 1 Boxes Albums Books of till descriptions OTreuro and Crochet Sets Toy Boats Fancy OTClocks t Mirrors Candelabra Climbing Monkeys Toy Animals of ovory V 4 1 1 kinds of Fancy Articles to embellish the homo AVo havent the tr 1 r at time to mention all Como andsee You cannot fail to find Bomijr a- Vf N 4 S your purpose t I Z WAYNE r GRIFFIN rcui Af t i- Ia 1 ta Hartford i It j Liver Pills I something Thats what you need to cure your bilious I ness ands five you a good are liver pillajUi3y cure cote stIpat ion biliousness Gently laxative Ad nuti V ntToqr nmiurha or Until a tuuutul brown or rich blck Tlnoi- BUCKINGHAMS DyEMlV 10eaam n e a s K arlYY Y N a- Nd j iYV f rJ j Y 7 1U 4- iIfYou Want- i i i To keep poste- diI Iniorniedu Tho RepufeiiQa f r And get a ltHe i I r- I 11 ta Jr nir w tjA tLetter ftrbm t ai1ta glacis t My Dear Boys and Girls t This short lefter is to inform you that I have again arranged with Hartfords popular firm 1 FAIR CO totake charge of my full line of Toys My entire stock will be open and ready for inspection Saturday December 14 so donffail to go for a royal reception awaits you L SANTACLAUS t Dolls and Doll Clothing it I have left Dolls of ovary description China 3 T Dolls Jointed Dolls Kidbody Dolls Dressed T iDolls Sleeping Dolls Crying Dolls Negro Dolls fy D011 Bonnets Doll Shoes and Stockings Doll 44 Doll Bootees For the prettiest lino of 2- jr I bolls dont fail to see them at my Headquarters OL t Woodenwarefvr tfnpleto lino Toy Dressers Wardrobes Side 7 boiinfs China Closets Tables Cradles Laundry 44 Sots Swings Chairs Rocking Chairs Doll High 3 it Inure Etc j3 i Chinaware tBeautiful lino of useful presents ornaments fort any tnblo Plntes Celery Dishes Teapot Stands IVcgotnblb dishes Salad dishes Tablo Sots Berry Sots Pudding Sots Brush Trays Candelabra Vases Kitchen Sojs Toy Dishes Etc Juvenile Books i Robinson Crusoe Littlo BoPoop Littlo Jack 2- 7i Horner Littlo Boy Blue Old Mother Hubbard Etcall highly illustrated Also a good lino for I folks of moro nmturo years linenbound Saman tna at Saratoga Paradise Regained Undo Toms tCabin Lot Us Follow Him Tho Song of Hiawa tlm Dfummouds Best thoughts Tho Two Or Ci tL phans Etc Good line Como and seo thorn tMiscellaneous Toys i Wagons Sleighs Tricycles Carts Banks Shoo fly Rocking Horses Drums Pistols Guns A n C Blocks horse und Cart Trains Balky Mules Battleships Trunks Horns Guitars Etc Etc 4 Photograph Frames CetWo are showing a pretty lino of Pictures and Jfe Frames Albums Mcdalions Writing Sets Music t- Rolls Also Jewelry such as Collar Buttons Cuff I IcTPresents tA Useful Xmas rife fgood Overcoat tho AnicoJnck otour price 5 Furs and CoUarettesl to 0 Fine Buggy Robes2 to 5 Nice Trunk2 to 44 8 Allwool Blunkots3 to 7 Allwool Dress tt Goowr5o yard Mens House SliPPors1 to 1 150 Handsome lino of Ties Dress Shirts and tt Suspenders tf it4 eQ 1S 1 Is only to give you an idea of tho GOOD THINGS wo havo for you during this month tDont fail to come and bring tho children to our IJXmas Opening Wo will show thorn n big lino of ICi Toys and you a useful lino of articles at prices that down competition 1THE LACE IS Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 Illinois Central Rallroad TI I Tablo rlowllntinilNoNoDdduerlrpNo In D1 Ioenl rrrlKlilK- Nd l4di7Mam No 1M duo Sf7 p m 911 VAagrga Agent f PISO CURE FOR cu rar n Bet yj i- I i syrup TTVT1rflvK J Itrt f teens ltnlA H CONSUMPTION V I Mrs M L Heavtln went to LiuI vile Wednesday Mr Jo H Roberts Fordsvllle w- InI town Wednesday Mr Lyman Williams was in Owens born Saturday and Sunday Mr Council Vowels Beda moved to Owensboro Wednesday Mr Alonzo Baley near Deda i o dangerously ill of pneumonia C R Martin jeweler and watch maker at Williams drug store WANTED I 000 bushels of HlckoI rynuta CARSON Co Esq J A Patk spent Saturday and I Sunday with his family at this place Mr Simon Jones and Dr H B June Render were in town Wednesday The prettiest best and cheapest patterns in dress goods at Carson Cos Mr A S Bennett our Representa tlve elect has been in Louisville the past week Mr J C Dnrrett ot Midway Woodford county is the guest of Mr I 1 C Riley FOR SALEA fine thoroughbred Jersey cow and calf Apply to Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam The Economy Dry Goods Store i the place to get loss of Christmas J goods for little money Mr J R Plummer Roxey and II Mrs Francis J Headly White Run were married Wednesday I We now have on hand tome rem 1a nant calico in red 1CARSONMisses Jessie and Hettie Smalf the guests of Mrs J R Pirtle I anIMr D D Ringo is quite sick of intestinal trouble The Doctor reports his condition not serious k Watch our show windows lor Sant Clans He will be here UCONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Rev Robt T Carson of Hast St Lous 111 Is vlsltfng his mother and friends In the NoCreek neighborhood Leave your laundry at Frst National Bank Hartford Ky tar Wallace RI ley agent for Richmond Steam Laundry Come to Carson Co for anything you need in General Dry GoextsI Their prices are right and quality the best Prof J Ellis Mitchells schoil will entertain at the Masonic Hall Dun dee the 20th Inst Everybody Is cor dlally invited I Murphy ol Lyonla died Satu heart trouble and wa j burled nday at Lyonla burying grounds He was a highly respect cltlztn and leaves a family THEY CRUSH THE POWERS This li written In mtdOctobcr The long oppresalre summer Is quite gon Fading leaf withering tree and the rusting corn the fields are signs of the seasou P InI frost rain mow thejr are coming remember last winter I of 1000 anoll lib weather was cruel Ah I thethoOltandt it killed and the hundreds of tho ands it maimed and crippled Oh rough grup it laid on men at women 04 home and children in cribe and cradles I XJooghs that began before ThontsgMng Day are racking and tearing them stilt yo and y worse a they dig deeper ia1 the Poor tired throat and Jrap y were by minK Bensons Porous Pis Un For the soothing ud healing power ef thee PlaaUn is wonderful They con flues the complaints THAT ARE KILLINO THE PEOPLE Ho other plotter no other medicine or s- plieatloncaneomparawiththem Ir Coughs col lumbago kidney and liver trouble asthma Inflo nzelhap all go down before Denaon Plasters like a wow Image In the ran You cant away qn a Bensons Plaster Everybody to use them this season Bat certain you get the genuine All druggists or we will prepay postage on any number ordered United States on receipt of 25c each Beabury d Johnson Mfg Chemists NY You will find a nice line of French Flannels that will make a serviceable Cbtlstmatt present at the Etono cop Dry Gi ode Store Boswe have received a new datemstyle Come in and see them CARSON CO- m Dont forget that we have a lot nice overcoats at prices that w please ECONOMY DRY GOODS SToRm NashvilleIwill take charge ol the Cumberland exchange at this place In a few days Schtoeter the photographer is still at the Hertford wharf with his fins firstlwork se-a The tobacto factory has been crow ed with incoming tobacco crops doing t the week Many farmers have arereadyThe whiskey election at Fordsvllle Tuesday was a Victory for the drys Fordsville is not ready to soak he hnll in liquor and she deserves to be congratulated on her recent victory Saved or a Wiles Peril will delivered at the Court Hall tei morrow night by Hartfords local talent The proceeds are to be dedicated to the Methodist church The evening promises to be one of pleasure and profit and since it is in the Interest of a religious cause there is no cause why anyone should remain at home Come one and all and give cheer wit 1Is your means and presence Farmers are shipping corn Beaver Dam by the car loads torromll ensboro and Louisville at SOC per bushel It is said to be the first corn ever shipped from the vicinity ofI Beaver Dam to a foreign market The mistake that the farmers are make ing is in selling at the price now be big paid Corn is rated at figs ft t Chicago and in all probability wit reach i oo before another crop I lanesI are talking dollar mrn already Our advice to farmers is to hold for better prices Next year Ohio county farm ers ought to double their energy and continue to supply other markets There is no reason for paupers in such county as Ohio to Teachers 1NotIce bad toads and inclem I will send by all teachers requesting same on or before December 16 1901 provided the State pays FON ROGERS County Superintendent 0 Marriagesa Dam Miss Lena Austin Beaver Dam Klee Pearce Render to Miss Ron M Engleby Render G R Plnmmer Roxey to Mrs Francis J Heady White Run L Allen Hartford to Miss D- e11lah Stevens Beaver Dam Care Eczema and Ilcliln Humor Thrnltxli the IlloodCoat Notlaing to Try It B B B Botanic Blood Balm tak en Internally will kill all the humors in the blood that cause the awful itch- Ing of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery blisters Bolls Pimples Ach Bones and IolntsPrickly Pains in ling Skin old eating Sores etc Dot Blood Baird will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permantly stop all the Itching sensa tions Botanic Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the sklnD B B at drug stores i Trial treat- S cleat free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and carededCosts nothing to try B B B as all medicine is sent prepaid m- C1lSMTOItIA I Bears the Fla Kind Yon Hill Atari Bought Blpatara +of Notice to TaxPayers liy tariff of oflico will ex pica on the 1st of January next atwhich time I will bo tojnako settlement foo1 taxes in my S for collection lIen co I will be compelled to collect al Taxes duo mo at onco and hereby authorize and mycdeputies to collect sal Taxes at once told not to pass anyone that owes Tax without collecting same or levying on property to make same This December 3 1901 S T STEVENS Sheriff Ohio Co DUNDEE KY Dec JoMr Byron Bean was in Fordsvllle this week t Bro Jenkins passed through town Sunday InDr McDowell has moved into his new residence Mrs Romney Renfiow has pneu monia upIlla Mr E W Jackson the photographer was in town this week Mr Curtis Bean Olaton visited his daughter Mrs Cook Bean Sun day Miss Maggie Mitchell and Mr P Morris spent Sunday and Monday in our town 01byre Will Renfrew and son Ed mothersprogressdAn entertainment will be given by the Sulphur Springs and Dundee school at the Masonic Hall at Dundee December 20 M R B AI Holiday Excursion Rates rOli account of Christmas holidays the Illinois Central Railroad will Sell round trip tickets at rate of one and tripe30 31 and January I J902 All tick eta limited to January 3 1903 for reo turn Card of Thanks Render Dec 8To the people of Render I desire to return my thanks and I assure you that your kindness fully appreciated Having taught your school for the past four year and you having treated me with such uniform courtesy I reel it to be my duty to recommend the town of Ham ilton to the teachers of the county as a good place to teach Now that my time as your teacher has passed I hope that those elements in your chll draft that go to make up a good man ltrengthI goodIhave taught bnt present pleasures ones1Twotis and the other that labor omnial GUNSf- rfGUNS r If it is Guns you want dont fail to see Carson Bros stock of Shot Guns Rifles and Tar get Guns Ammunition c Painsitfi5mk Are symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of ttib kidneys oliver and are a warning It Is extremely ImportantIsThey are commonly attended by loss of energy lack of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and de spondency I had pains In mjr bade could not sleep and when I got up In the morning felt inkIng todoto Hoods Bar aparlll MM J N Pansy care 11 S Copeland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system vlncit I hope that your next teach er will be able to do more for you than I could do So I bid you good by and extend t you my best wishes J S FITZHUGH Two Old Citizens Dead Peter Mosley one of the leading citizens of Ohio county died last Thursday at his home neat Bells Run of pneumonia tie was buried last Thursday wltlj services by Rev J T Taylor of Owensboro He was a member of the Masonic order and was interred with the solemn rites ol the fraternity He was sixtyseven years old and leaves eight children On the same day in the same neighborhood and of the same disease Jackson Yates also an old and well known citizen died He was burled last Friday There have been several deaths InHhe Bells Run country in the past weekNtlth pneu- moniaCoughedI coughforof sleep and I grew very thin I Ayers cured Pectoral and was quickly R Mann FallMlllsTenn Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will doIWe know its the greatIest cough remedy ever made And you will sayIso too after you t it Theres cureineverydrop- nne din r ISc1Sc 1 Alt fall i Conmlt your r- rr7DIttieo do u says U take It then doat Law 1w1 wlllincJiIJlu Costar r My entire stock of Goods must be sold Dry GoodsGroceriesc to go at once You can get Goods at your own price Dont forget to come at once All profits have been knocked off and the goods lmust be sold at once Jiip G Keowo Hartford ARE YOU DEAF ANY NERD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those bom deaf are insurab- leIMMEDIATELYNOISES CEASE 1FA WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMOKE Md March no Cntttmn rDeing entirely eared cf deafoffs thanks to your treatment I will now giae yen lbfakeptongetlingworseunlil11n1dIunderwent atreatment Dn tito- nly brof W7sldaaf among olherr the most emlaalearpedalillof lheieadnblaeaworian operation could help me and even that only that treatIrnent Allcrr had uwJ It onlyifew y your the dl ea ed cmr entirely rertorcd Itlwnk you henttllyauSDegtorcmdu tMIuNrAKIIR3fANynoB nroadrnyBallimorc3ld Our treatment docs not interfere with your usual occupation fx Stter1 YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ate runl INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHJCAGO ILL I THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern Normal School the great Independent Normal Training School of the South An te able Faculty Is done of J andThOratory Vocal and Instrumental Music courses are taught WemDlrei UUlYIDteal1 YaCourb0nnilniethcw- orky we are doing In our p Law School BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE The leading Builneu Training School of the South Thousands the National of the CuilncM Men of the are graduates of this lti UUjUon t V1XJ 0 School ol isle n If you want a thorough Commercial Education and PcHHonWit theIlallrotdlagnle complete a course it WIll u Twe offer All InO Commercial Braneheaucilaaabtrraehldlng nook keeping Shorthand Er rell IITbeoDI school of its kind In the South A regular WJ1e1fIiIa ill p Duilnci Practice etcGeneral Train Dlpakherandpractical Kallroad Man hll charge the Ouratudenta are universally ucceful In the Commercial will be in daily attendance during the 9 and Professional World and serer fall to scare the 000Students scholastichighest ptxttlon a of honor and trust year- I jTHE GREAT INOEPENG T NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH fM6 rgjpCuRE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE KyiCatalogues and Journal Free Address H H CHERRY Beniral Manager gollay Groan r f ARdSJ a dha Ar + IAA AV J AA AAA + 3AAA +3Aw1 4 i A T j 3 11 iMI T1 aa F 7 iI aa e iC aItsa to buy some one aahtl mcM t S lha 2 2inga money Wo mention soriio things that we have stocked up on in order tobo ready for you aCLOTHING FOR MEN and BOYSa DREN DRESS QOODS FOR and CHIL a KID GLOVES foroiidand all tit ROCKING CHAIRS for atymember of v otC f family IRON BDDCPEADSa SLUT BO ts and 2aOAK 1JIr SrLABlESnd MENs lfcTJ2iMESi IiiA big nortmcnt of RUGSand H4DI ER5y tI 100akARsoHartford Ky n I44444444at4444444 EVERYBODYS STORE cf This lino of Stoves has an established reputation for superior cooking qunli ties and unquestion ed durability The firebox linings of these stoves if prop erly used 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plain as- a piece of corn bread in a ralneta shack hes white clear through and and well hesji good 1ellow This Is John W GofT of Colorado opinion of his friend and hunting comrade GoO Is the chiet verteiinarian sue geon of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company For a quarter of a century he vas a hunter and trapper There are few ravines or tupuutains in the Rocky mountain country that he is not familiar wlthv lie is as rugged aa the mountains he loves so well lIe Is blunt of speech active and wiry and In his home state Is renowned for his pluck and endurance GofT accompanied Mr Roosevelt on his bunting trip in the Rocky moup tain country last December acting as guide Mr Roosevelt had just pawed through an exciting and nervewreck big campaign and he came out wes for ce1and rtcreattou said Mr GoP 5Heh5Trecrtatloa in plenty but Iiiw i5bai1 during the three weeks be devoted to hunting lie is a brave man a daring bunter a gol shot opd n splendid camper The President doesnt put on any airs when In ramp lIe did his shift or work with the rest of Us He fled bacon made bread cut wood went after water acted as camp cleaner and gave us to understand horn the start that he meant to have his own way lit likes to work Olten he would beat us out of our blankets In the morning and set the pace for us Sometimes he would put on his shoes but not often In his stockingeelI tie would cut wood build up the tamp firealld start to cooking our breakfast before we could stretch and yawn and roll over lIe Is an artist In cooking I camp grub lie knows when to nip the bacon and when the flipjacks are 1 rtafly fur the plate- But Mr Roosevelt is just like other man used to coughing it con tinued Mr Goff His dignity is the kind westerners like He never talked above our heads We knew be was a college graduate and he knew that we were plain every day people so be always used language we could readily understand and often related Interesting itories I first nut him in New York In 1887 I was there stlllng hMes and he bad heard ol me and called it my hotel to see me Our friendship dues from our first conver sation We talked about hunting and I too himjwme ol my experiences in the Rockies In the early days lie has not changed n bit in the yeara that hive passed since then lIes the same old tlxpence I met Urn by appointment In Denver last Dc cember and front there we went to Glennood Springs where we outfitted and we traveled on horseback carry lug our camp fixings on pack mules During the three weeks we were out I never heard o murmur or a growl ol discontent fall from his lips lie was always a good fellow Our trip was commonplace We visited the Delta and the Mount Rose country and spent a few days in Mineral county Of course the country was rough and game plentiful bt there were no adventures worth relating Were there coexclting encoun ters with mountain lonP GoO was askedNo nothing out of the ordinary Mr Roosevelt killed fourteen moun tain lions on the trip- Dont you consider the killing fourteen mountain lions extraortl I nary No not by a man like Mr Roose velt lie is a keen bunter and a good shot Of course the funny newspa per men exaggerated his exploits hint every kill WAS a clean one and on several occasions he hart to use his knlte But be never got excited and always knew Just what to do when he scented danger I am ready to take off my bat to him as a hunter everyday in the week Mr Goff was recently arrested with Ernest Seton Thompson the writer ol stories 01 animal life for violating the Colorado gam laws Both were re leased at the first hearing The Christmas Dinner- In spite of the fact that the word dyspepsia means literally bad cook It will not be fair for many to lay the blame on the cook if they begin the Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end It with distress or nausea It may dot be fair braDy to do that let us hope GO for the take cf the cook The disease dyspepsia indicates a bad stomach that Is a weak stomach there is nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsaparllla It gives the stomach vigor and tone cures dyspepsia ere appetite and makes eating the pleasure it should be Reciprocity with Canada The American people are quite as anxious aa tile people of Canada can be for the maintenance of amicable relations but a matter of business must be treated and dealt with on strictly business principles regardless ofsen tlment The question of reciprocity between Canada and the United States has been more or less discussed for I vItwasbefore1thcjylutiLhgbyears I i commission where its consideration L II I POWERFUL MEN OFf HE EAST An IntcrwtlnK Kxplnnntlun of their tJnntnat Klrrngth The KMHI ol tbclr Morrcloiu Vitality and one FortY Jnlonily girded WomonflbellalniCoraponnilnrotloi WboM Uijoynallog nIfictiir Almost Mlruc t Iou find AitonUhlng the Unit Kkeptkilh Tbe fond hope or indent or moUrra mltn alter tht Fountain or 1trpftnal Youth con bllTe aimed hlb r than th Null Itbl1 by the mnroluu compound known tbronxboat tb Knit M MOKIIin Traul r turning to Hump hive from time o U8 brouubt lutonliblnx tnlci of the reju TtnntU eBecta producwUtf thl Wonder of lb Orient CnMf compounded Ibe Women of tb Harem Scorn termilu hnndxl down oralljr from IDfraUoa to generation lbecret of tbU prep ration thai Iluni3 nasrdnj nd known only to lb limit ol au llarem and tbe Court Jhjr Iclaai Kr UOKllllt hubcvn prattlcallr unob tnlnable eiwptln by Ibe tarurrdonM ror wbom ItwulnUndnr Rmntly bow vrn prominent noUn Arabian IVildan banbbnl from Me country ror political ollnM and deprived ul bIa wit lolon hal aralM himself ol bin knoltdc lora a llrcll bood befltUac tabulation by tnppljliiR thU laitr trloo tompouad Kb MOKIIIK to Ibe nobilityI no waitblr claii0I all Frop tbiwttoUy paid him large In In return for l- bbjiitvrdJQ nSnpWlli the largi Income derived tram J Iblegy4 IhilrUn bu rtputtdly iWatiJ vtry liberal oSerI1iIS to Urn forth formula hi Remedy but bo baa Sicily nmri thlmNttlM hun ot Twa l9tltfLU z CoSrliiriollUhiUilrtpbto to patU US Is 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dao and unlitnUInK Ibe rail nitaral rigor or mntbood III put ap fur tb Amtrlran lead 18 tablet ono nnd tbouiib extremeLy IHiwfltiiIItlal IWtnlfldntly M to Iesr no doubt hi tbe mind ol the I pntWnt IlwlUrirXuuoatostayCrd nnIsecfvltyianiindbypacked under their analaid maCant Cure It wllllxMnt vretld nnd r pltlnctir rr with lull and romplel directions on reenipttglib prk lleo i r rah orali fMarkatwas blocked by the attitude of the Canadian Government in regard to the Alaskan boundary issue Canada has had several opportunities to open negotiations for reciptoclty Ihbe bad been prepared to make propositions deemed by our Government to be fair and equitable Doubtless she will be given another opportunity italic shall ask for It but it will again be to no purpose unless she materially modi fits her position so as to make It practicable to enter into n trade arrangement that will be really riclpro cat and not as was the treaty of 1854 onrnided practically all the benefit going to Canal It is quite true that it is desirable to retain th canadian trade but are we likely to lose any of It even if there should not be n reciprocity tiesty Canada has a preferential Tariff for British manufactures of 33 Jf per cent yet our trade with the Dom inion has steadily grown However let Canada be given to understand ithat If she wants to talk closer trade n relations we will listen to her but that any proposition for reciprocity in order to receive serious considers tlon must be thoroughly reciprocala in character Omaha lice y SOUTH ER NICO t St LoutnfoulaytlI tAng Passenger Departnt 2SouthWest India Exposition The above Exposition one ol the greatest ever held in the South will open December tat igoi and contin ue until June ret igoa Very at tractive rates have been arranged I fpm all points to Charleston end the schedules via the Southern Railway with Its own rails and entire distance I are particular convenient and any In th Agent of that line will give full information 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