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maUi viU lie otItaIattLI Dr riercct Common Setuc Medical Adviser paperbound U aentrr on receipt of il onectnt atampato pay ex pense of mailing only or at tamps for Ue book in cloth bimdinr Adkeu Dr LV Pierce fa1e N Y 1PID IJIES 1Yn K L HEAVUINh HARTFORD KYI IO1o1itflalwDuoatrt to oUevIoti ERNEST WOODWARD tATTORNEY AT KT LAW 1 Will pnctlrabU prnt nlta la all Ik mrtiol OocuatvAaCoOrt0t AIII4I lromrU4 loIllcoahlnalioa Inn all bIalledto ha Oak ortT Ohio Ooiotr IokbI JNO B WILgONlIATWRNEY HARTFOUD KYtHpMlal atUntlooc rcnf4l btrsda if limo O1aI7 reblle Soc Ualo rein r eIaertkIdpabUsqiiNs OEMlTHj ATTOBKEY ATei win kb la alltb cnarttel d Oalo adJohntngcouatlNsidCoirtOI AppalltMpcdiU atUatloa aim to alican Offlr la Co Att7i offlr la couthovaot j E DAVIDSONt Attorney at Law HARTFORD Krbwni prattle hti profcwloa ac fOul Mp alaUol jdu to all buaa M tolroilfJ to au rica p S P ROB- Y1TTORNEY1T LA W- rORtinVIIiE KEWTBCUT s I Will hlj protfMloa la all III roitUel Ohio and adloiDtur000tIM aadConrtot PII- IpedalalwaUoDf ulna to d C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LA1Vs HARTFORD KYswilt bla prollon11I all tll courts of Obto and adjoining conntlf 8pdalailollUGil- will be IYn to Ml bonlaM ntrastd t caN BollKUoai a specialty E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY win practice bla proMil6a la all ibt rorts ofjXntockj attoatloa rtrtn tocoB tlo m ntol dcednVa MtatMroad we ae- SIflmlaallractleeOIlllIltalra J Orlffln block =J 6 R WEDDING AnORHEYindCOUNStUORitUW s HARTFORD KYsWlllprrtlffcl proff lon In alt thtcoiHiol Oklo and a roonOn and tk Cont of AB MJI Prompt atfntlnn rtren to all bnilnm UMcain Itmrincin bnUJIxt ntritdtO1btI =I W R WEDDING L Attorney at Law HAHTFORO KY Will Ma protMiton la thconrtio Oklo aadadlolalnccuaatlM Also Notarr lubllcl Southern J Railway ThrouihTJI bt ButSouthern Stato- lKENTtJCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ArABAMA V RI GINIA NordrCAIlOLINAOEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI U I 4H UllM TbiM Daily Train Kctvnn lx Dl Triton Tlll aad T l rt f Chair 8TnU Ca Union P pot connection iftlrtralns of th4 llllTol Ontral llallroad Mid L It A 8t 111- I Forlaformatlonaddrtu I c A Waasoujr 4 T A 211 ilb XT LoalirUlrt WW II TlTLOI Ailitant O Pi A LoaliTlll I I 1IaItoatTruI LDR0PSy r u4 lalla I 1171 attMII WItkJtdJ Dlall IymptOI rsvifld TB DATI f uLLmuI eciox LAUn eM Subscribe for Tin HARTFORD REPUDLI O4 N 100 per yearin Advance 1 4 t Juoomo R8CPK CTT1KMIB Arrng the loaerr settlers ot whAt- WII oace a portion ol tbe otate tli Vu- glala but what WAS altet wards tasde into the state of Kentucky and Tec- nesse Will a family named McDoagaM t Scotch eztrictioi They with H 1 number ol other braved tEr hlltIships sod dangers incident to a iey ol several haadrid tnlles throaah I fanbroten ruuacroH aaaiberleM treinis to settle ia a county iabab ted by wild beasts and wilder In I jdlsas Alter reaching their destloa l which wss a point oa the Ten iBNsee tivrr a few allies from where lert DoBaldsoa cow standa the com ptny separated each tottw lieiie ovt of the vlrglnforest MeDoagald and his wile antI a twelve year ol- darJaterJruer went a few miles up thrrlvtrwherttbey built a log cabin of one roornand for greater protec tion ia cast of a possible Indian at tack made BO wladow in the house Althoagli there had beeri a few la diana seen around la the neighbor hood yet they had never appro iched Very near tbe house and la the course of a few weeks the feeling of uneasiness wore away and gave place to Sanded secarlty Alter they ha been living at this place some four or five mouths aa occasion arose that made It necessary for McDoagald to go on a journey that would keep him over night On leaving home he cautioned his wile aad daughter to ate that the door wa- secrely fastened sad they la the oisse by nlghr fall as there might poMlbly be some prowling ladfaas la the vicinity for there hid been an midial trader ia the neighborhood a day or two txforewhobad left whisky with the Indians In exchange toe their skins Alter McDongalds departure a feet lag of loneliness settled like a pall over the hurt of the mother and hough she tried to baalshherforr by attending1 rto her ho1Ae old dutlcIsheeoUlitot aiofd gfv ug aa tioetip jriraee at the dark for bldaiog fortst that came almost to he door About 5 oclock ia the evening Jes leweutto the spring some two bun dreU yards from the house for water as jras keraiBal custom Her moth heard her lnjlnc as she wen- toittthepthind then noticed that h sengM dtIl11 topped Ia a few lomknts jhe heard k wild scream and ipringlnj lo the door w aJiUthi to see her child Held oa a horse beriiad BlBMaiirdlsappeMi tiB the obdi Tosaatek dowa herhos baaoVstlEe was ert1 m second jsd thctfraAierBiother was toaa h- iursu1ihtr cbild The ladlaa who HCaptand Jessle at the pr1ig4eten more thsd hit barel their iraderta Jire iwater and was already half drnnk His horse had bceflgelngalLdiyaandnowun- etth oublel d refasedto quick en his paee After Jessie had recov rcd otBewbat fromv her firstfright be beganlo use her wits aadplaa ome node elr escape The Indian had negleted to tle terkiussnd- was IfMMtlierclotMB As they peaetfaMt farther 1oto the oods Jessles rtsaflkwtbkm betsi they cime wHp K pattyef liyol IBm In dianf lltsoreorv lesfonderthelo fluence qf thefire wstea Oav reich ig tk ithirtb Indtinrwboh4 aal o hlil Jti nl JtII1o1 OB b ttn Tdertotaketheibottle of fered him by one rthetraVesr The nbNdDedoeind1Lwa- o darklntht woods t ae toaMBot e tenyardsaway- JezsIek4 aotlcedaa tb ytpaeda small clearing a large tree with nfl opening near the ground She felt sure II she could oace encape without being killed bya totnyfaawk Dr knife la the hands of the drunken Indians she couldfind the treeand hldejnjt morning When the Indian re leased hili Ira p to talw the firs watet she slipped oft the horse and was gone likeaflash before thejfreilizsd what had happened and the brave girl was lost In the gleam of the for et The IndlaaS scattered In every dlrctlon whooplag and yelling at first but la a few minutes quieted down and apparently gave up the search Jessie slipped from tree to tree atop ping1 to l ten every little while and then making her way caqttonsly oti ward as be t Bhc could In the direc tlqn of the clearing As the night advanced thewild animals began to move and once or twice something rcrossed herpath or would stop and stare at her a moment sad then slink away ia the darkness Finally aftershe bad been wander Ingiarouadfor an hour or more she heard the heavy tread of something followlajr her aad her heartgave e heavy bound and almost stood still She stopped almost afraid to move either way and kneeling dowa in the midst of the unbroken forestt sheask ed the Good Father to protect her from the wild beastssad ladlaia and take her safely home Shehad been so la the habit ofsaying Amen aloud ihe spoke it aloud Jit Ihh cue AS she finished bet ptayer cud the next la itant WAS In her mothers arms Mrs UcDoBRald had bern seMTchIng i for her and accidentally cAme across her paths bum rot knowing whether it was aaIndtan or a wild beast she was on the point of leaving when the child spoke the word Amen They mad their way home directing their course by the stars reaching there I about daylight Oa McDongalds return be was told ofJesiles capture lad providential dj esndat once made up a party of friends to paaleb the Indians but the right ones were never found and the friendly Indians disclaimed any knowledge ol the occurrence whatev er aadaisared them It was none of theEtittw Tbatwsslhe last time however Mcbongald ever left his wile and cbltd alone at night and Jessie and her mother never forgot their mid Blght jourB ythroagh the trackless forest oLTeaaesiee RevtJ M Yfngllng pastor of the Bedford St MB Church Cnmbei land Md says It affords me grtat pleisnre toTecommead Chamberlains aile Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bave used It and know others who have neverknown It to fall For sale by all drajrgtsts m T 1 POl t tlewOJ UacfitBtht llle depends npon the point crfViewr Here is a story which ap171thMttWth1s At one of the reunions of the Cum berland several exofficers of the Un Jea army fell to discussion the wounds they received during the Civil War Atlltitone of their number turned to Colonel B a tall fine soldierly looking man who bad ret aedqul dnHng the dlscassoa and slid tI Well Coonel you seem to be only one of the patty who escaped uninjured VOh no I didnt answered the Colonel quickly I was shot atAtjj detam AiuJleUweatlbraugDrroy DostTttklog the Istle out He wiggled his nose from side to side to prove the truth ot his Btatemeat- Ah well you were quite fortuaate tftfcr all Major M said con soUng Iyi lithe bullet had struck a half lach farther in your soul would have IIJaullthtdllltoeterahy Yes said the Colon rrtanith Warned thing bad goneaEsH iflhfarther out it wonldat have hit meat altV P Howard lu Jan aty Llpplacotts Magazine Remarkable Cure of Croup A I4ttl Born LU Savad I have a few words to say regard Lug Chamberlains Cough Remedy It baved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise it enough I bopgbt 1I bottle of it from A H Steere pi Goodwin S D ant when I got hatee with It the poir baby could hardly breath I gave the medicine asldirected every tea minutes until be threw Bp and then I thought tore be was going to chpke to death We had to pull the phlegm out ot his moatilia great long strings I am positive that if I had not got that bot lid ol cough medicine my boy would not be on radii todayJoeL Demont Inwoodt Iowa For sale by all drug gist m Lived a Hermit The Lebanon Falcon chronicles the passing 61 oneof the encenttic citlz erin of Mation county Ii The death ot John Nalty which oc curred at his home near Raywick last w ek removed one of the few eccen tric characters in the State who be came so disgusted when slavery was abolIsheJ that he decided to live the ute of a hermit Immediately after the war when the negro dst hIM first vote Mr Nally said It wa time for him to quit voting and ha hnd stuck to his dtclslun Bryans first nomi lollowlllghevelop irk characters who cant tbiir first vote since the war but Mt Nally refused even to vote f rMr Bryan Nally was between eighty and ninety yarMofmge and though he lived all Ills life within three miles of Raywtck he bad never visited the little village Lilt once since the war and that one time was to attend the luneral of his btother a few months ago The fact that Nelly lived to such a ripe old j age shows tht lila close C fineuient i I did not impair his plijsl 1 or tdenUl facaUiet Ills health was nlwa s good until the Illness whichcaused his death developed In fact he told the physicians who called to attend I I him that he had not taken any meJi cine since away before the war I 1To Build aMonnment S N N Jan 14 Informs tlon comes from Durham North CuI alma that the HpaJ Duke has or dered from aa Italian sculptor a de sign for a heroic bronze statule 01 President McKlnley MrDuke It ia understood wishes the South to erect the first memorial to the martyred Fresldeat and will place this figure In the College Park of Trinity Cot Ileie at DurbamtI FROM HIS PRISON CELL Caleb Powers Thanks Tkose COM InL to Ills Aid in Time ofNeed- Frankfoit Ky Jan 7 1903 To the editor of the Commercial Tri bunes My Dear Slr1 am jut la receipt of a check from the Commercial Til bune through lion Wood 0 Dun tIp ol Lexington Kyfor 6170 which was the amount of the mud re ceived by yourself at the tul the check was drawn I want to express through tblhums ol the Commercial Tribune my keenest gratltudeto each individual Con trlbutdr t6T whsTTKave irtYid- and for the motives which prompted Its giving It is sad especially in eArly man hood to be forced to rely upoa the generosity ol ones countrymen for fi naaclal aid but It la exceedingly gnat ifying that the call for help on the pad of my friend has not been met with a dumb response The country knows why I am here It Is not for wrongs done or crimes committed That Is not my oflente Were It so I would not desire to ap peal my case My oflebseteaoslgts in being a Kentucky Republican and having been fairly elected to the office of Secretary of State I was robbed of that office and it was Ion the purpose of taking the attention ol the people from the theft of the State offices and placing In power the Democratic party with diminish ed odium that the cry of 4 huge Re publican conspiracy to assassinate the Democratic leader of tbe State was raised One hundred thousand dpi lars of the peoples money was ap propriated for the alleged pure of bringing to justice the guilty In dictments and convictions naturally enough followed Democratic juries voted the straight Democratic ticket ia the rendition of their verdicts What few Republic ans were summoned to do jary service aad qualified were challenged for cause and excused Convictions were political aecessl l ties convictions came Perjary was necessary to petjarers appeared upon Jthe iceBj Weaver A dereQJ and Noaka are living examples of the ssay Agirrih eia bad ow of a case could not be made out without giving Immunity to some of those Indicted as conspirators to make a clean breast ol all others knew As a consequence ol this arrangement Gallon Is now erjpylag his liberty and the eternal condemnation of all honest people while Gol den has never been deprived of anything except the privilege of lying oa the small scale lam completely Innocent ol that with which I am charged I am neither pleading ton mercy nor begging for leniency but only asking that I be given a lair aad impartial trial at the hands ol a just and bone est jury before a sober and upright judge where witnesses have some respect for the truth and place aome value on their own honor I am not discouraged There Is a tremendous power which resides In Innocence and truth and justice cometlraes slowly but always surely are inarching toward victory Let me again express to you and to those who are coming to my rescue in these dark hours oi my life my lent lag appreciation of their generous In terest and assure them that so long as life lasts and to far as my own power lies they will find me unfalter- Ing In my opposition to oppression Injustice arid wrong and battling even at the cost of my life for my liberty the fair name and good repu tnt 101 ol the State I love Gratefully CALEB POWBM s s Sonic time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complain ed of pains in her chestarid had a bad cough I nave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tions and in two days she wsa well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family lor the pasts vln years and have never known it to tall says James Preadergast mer chatt Annnto Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicate an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlains Cough Remedy It Coun teracts any tendency ol a cold toward pneumonia For sale by alt drug gists m O a STCnABaRI tbalIe kird Ye Hams Asie Bit Blguhn YdIJZ ifTelephonyi all the other witirda of science whose tameS seem to have hypnotic mitt ence the popular mind aud serve t indnce belief In their most faadfal claim appear tohave been exctllt 4 iia actpal achievement In the wireless field by a r ckwoods electrician ant wering to the prosiac name of Stab I bkleld NatkaattuVblefitMstKem ta kyY The Keotocklan kamnadbnc sptetacalar e thntta1atbe soil tadei of the Rocky moantaiaa of Newfoundland itad he ihaa floated lIG tecjc companies on scientific hotair t Nathan set apa telephone la Ik- eeort house yard and another hike mIddle old lll street india tileS prestaee pi halt the popalationof ther towa he demooRtrated that coald be seatlress one to the other wjthoBta wire There was no mrs sage inm Manse BO dubious letterS Cd 1ofWall did the taIaan4th- 24sti4ilvg1 and was msoiuyary4n the MHhleH the attwtloa ef the scientific wwId asd the commercial wotld wlllfJb jWrBdfnm Poldha taMmnvy Jei II ji 1 will have 5 hearlDgPalhbltJpbla N rthAmeri an A FeW Qwsttois PO peddlers trust joa until you sell your corn Do peddlers pay taxeSg Jn your townfDo you warm your shies at the ire fnhilihed by peddlers whea you come blown Do peddlers pay taxes In your cbhntyl PO you ever titan anyone getting peddlerl1poprodlerll up the schmla and churches Do peddlers ever Bilsrepmeat their goods itaveeddltruanytntetest iny6u except to get your money too peddler Correct talstdkVs fc Are peddler IniveliirsiBfSiJgBrTair- ctwntry for their health Do peddlers Ml 1jon goods when ybu Lave no money DM you ever buy anything of pifddlf r bat j you could not haver bought ai cheap or cheaper IB town iCart joJ see a hole ia a fence whea It Isra big as a barrel Ciyoyr merchant getaloag with out Y1trtradel Caul you get long without the hOme merchant J A Cure for Lumbagoi W P Williamson ol Alihrillt v- aPormore than a year 1 ant feted jfrota lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains PaIn BtltIdlf game eullre relief which JaUottitT7rttae d It ct t 8 JiffI wnen milk Is filtered tbtotjghcot+ ton no cream I lost bat xperis3eat8 stow that the cotton largely presents the access of genaa to the milk and that filteratlon ta almost rt eqaal to sterlltitioa Ten cents will buy trlarIreof Siys Cream Balm enough to eoavla eyoa thitIt is tbe greatesrof remedlea l- IIaHl catarrh or eldia the head Pall sice 50 tentL All druggists WeJaall it Bly Br 56 WArren ftteYoik ISJ Secoad Street AlbauyNY- MesirCIily Bi irIihftit-I with catarrh and tried dlfferrat xcmdi without eflecti Aftierustng oae bottle of your Creahf Biltal foaad relief and I caaact praise too highly such alemedy SePt 17 1897 MlsaCorsWllfardr The PertnaAIwaaI The druggists have already beea supplied with Peruse rlBunsesv There Jasare to be agreatdemaad for these almaBacs OB accOunt of thear1 ticlesbB astrology which jbeyjten lain The subject of tiol is a very attractive one to mottkople1 pie articles on asttology la tbecrnT na almanac have been aralshed1 by very competent astrologlst vadihe men tl cbaracterfsticsef esaji geIh given ron tltntlngalrao t iss pfle e horoscope A list of lucky aadHTl days foreach moatharegivea There will txsa11 great rash for theae bpoksj Ask your dragglsffor Os- eearlybeIoretheyareall gone hi Women is Well as Men I AfefM deMIser blc by I Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble T53 the mind dtr touraeel and lessens ambition beauty vigor soonldJsap ue out ol or diseased Kldlltlrtroublebu become to p prevalent that It Is not uncommon fore child to bebom- affilded1IIthfieekkld neys too ohen U the urine scalds hneeli rllwhenha chli reaches an age when U should to able o control the pasaajMt Is yet affHctearwi a bedwettUip dtpead upon ill the cause of the difficulty b kidney trouble aod the first step taotJU ba towards the treatment of jlhaaai Important orran This unpjeasa1 trou la U dielo a dlceased condition of tIe kidnap and bladder and not to a habit U most lluppoatli Women aa well M men are made mbi enable with kidney sad bladderS trouble and both need the same great remedyr The mild and the Immediate effect of SwatnpR ot U soon reallted Ills sold by drutttot In fifty cent and one olur sizes You may have a sample mill lithe child urlnr alea free also pamphlet tell e Bflog ill about It Ineludlnf many of1be thow aada of fcstlmontU Istlera received 4 yom sufferers cured In writlae Dr Klbner 1 It Co Blschaaaton NY b4 sars and I meMloa IM paper C f A i LAST HERDOFBISONr Btkbrtau4CetitalisAbeitFiftyFIl w The onlyhtrdot bison of any lib portaace now Uflih the United States i rom the millions which It feW ycar8 ra4o roamed over the entire country betwwathe Missouri rivet aadihi lelcy anoantalns consists of about fllty full blooded bofilo and the same number of mixed bloodasll now the- pIopertyof Jaraea Phlllp f Fort Pier re South Dakota who lr know thrrafcge coaatty is ScettyM Philip Tiffherdis tke pnxJmcf W hut iDwprse mold French trapperfore it1sgthe early czteritkatleaveHbi peclM itartedfbr the tittle MUson ri country to capture a few calves for the purpose of raising a herd In thia haat he led a band of Indiana and half breedawho only accomplish ed the purpose for which they set Out after small bunches of buffalo yet known to be roaming in that country Only half a dczen calves were taken alive and from these the present herd grownMr allowed the bofialoio range practically wild on the Chey enne river with no further attention than to see that they did not get out of that pill of the state where they were kept until his death In Urn settlement of the estate none of the numerous heirs cared to take them aa his share of the estate and they were old to Scotty Philip after aninef fectnal attempt to dispose of them te tbe general government Just hat the value of the herd is problematic but it U the only herd l4tin4hecountryon which to draw lor specimens this will give It aa in encasing valuer as years go by Having had practically the same freedom asia their native statethe specimens ol theherdare somewhat djfleitaffroBn those stjallyrBeea ia parks Bd RBagerlea Onebull out ot this iie 1tItHtdfor showpurr pHl ittes ysaee ago ferz eoo At tltHU bloods consist log of all BgeiM kessn fonrroootbjold e Ivea to hage balls are conflaedSB a itaafaIeiWeIgkti eup3heir MireR pit Pierre The kneewfakh qraltirthefeICYHf feetiilgirwklr is cempoetil overvrhkh are a The herd is sn attraction to visitors from all over the Northwest as an op o stlBg bet aalmals ja ateece1nmo1 In the pa5tBrr t NeYCr fCthiidtII Thou sbalt not go away from hpsie to dp thy trading nor thy non northy daaghCet IL Tboa hltpatlOtlluthy1l 1IH s rvaattvalso the printer andthey a lallf prttrealze thee Make hinter t ereore for that will which cans tycountenance to shine with latelll I ace tad bring prosperity to bothi III Tkouiba1t1employIhineow- nnchaitlcsthattheyiziy abt be drive euawayrom thelrhome to findbread lqrthellItliEoneL Thotrahalt also u4r3fd as thy neighbor above themTthat ilwelleth in a strange towwr IV Thou shslt hot ask credit as tiygoodscostBiuch money and th- emetbintg6tiI Is bardeaed wlW btlliIIik childretf clamor daiiyfbr readfaad hU wife abldeth at home foPtbe lacarof such raiment as ad6rnV- ethifeFslster Bleskedyes thrice bieBMdMB tbemaa that pays cashu Vi Thou sbalt not ask forredaced pre for thfne influeBce1 for be hoia thegnlle la thy heart and the isercnait readetk It like aa opea book Ielaughelhthce to com and hatetltohl alerk ha hal iVI TbouTshalt4o whatever lieth la thine power to encourage and promote the vr el fate of thy own people VIL ThoU shalt not snfler the voice of pride to overcome thee and If other i towns entice thee consent them cot for thoU taayest be deceived VIIIP Thou shslrspead thy even Ings 8th menthat titer retdrn whence they corae aadgive nourishment snchTas come after thee ix Thou Ihaltbot bear false wltr nUll agalnstithetown wherein thon dwellest but speak well of It to all menX Tbon bait keep these Com- mladm ita rid tea h them to thy children to the third hnd fouthgea erstlonsj that tliytDy be made 16 flourish aad glow la pleaty whe0 tboa art laid lo rea with ihy fathers Author naknowB lsPreserving FencelPblSts- Until the manufacture of a meW pet becomes jiictkArind their use ecomes gcaeraf the wcKxfea post will ave tube relied upon fa tenet build lug The tendency of posts ta deny Is the cause of much expenso and an noyanceand a method of presefya tics will be gladly welcome by the IfanslBg cprnmnalty The writer re changlag ofaI llae 6l1eethe posts of which beeH kyBnleflln9 the owner called the prd ss Many of the posts went la sachgoadstatenf preservation that they werctietdln the new fence al- 1teenyetsgentleman kindly furnished me Will as follows Take one pound of blue yltrlol to twenty pounds pints om rjfater dlsolve the vitiol in bolIiDR minter and add to the other water dii t tread of the post in the mixture anf I tlc Madlrom six lo ten days ac cpfdtitiLthlBiMbi If Lhmixture aj w tank or barrel II aatbekept moiston the lItakle1I1 fte br4tjJlnInactlsg4a1a4 of expending s1oolI soao saida tutor of a doubt puttuj fbelieve Satin has got a Hold on 10tJ1 1 belleveso too to Will the reply lbeHc4de Cave Phenomenon One of the ftraagntphenomenals thtsteaartor smoke emerging from the Hedd n Cave near bereon a coldmprnlag which is similar to the smoke from the Jirmers home around it On any clear cold morning this tem ran Je seen as far as any wood I smokefrota the chimneys in sight ol it A few days ago U one of our cor ritsp Bdeata was passing near the cavi his attentioa was attracted to vfhathethonghtwan a fire at or near theeatraaceof thecive and on going neardthefoaadlt to be smoke or ftteas ssBlBg ir6m vhat Is called the- 8klightbftheeave which about fpfry feetKroar4tbe entrance Mr Heddenjzwho happened to be near the cave lolormedhlm that before the tltaberiWAS cut from around the cave this steam darlngB very cold alght would fornrcryitaK of ice on the limbs and brsnchesp the trees that then surrounded tile cave and as the MoraIag sun reflected oa its dazzling Bpfendpfsnrpasse that of millions of diamonds In indescribable reflection and beanlyrPordsville lnd pendent w co11e111oqfit = fersaatWhat name shall Ol say serr ltorPrcilVaadmptiakeatOQotelie tServaat sure yed better step laud brlar It wld yr sonl Punch j I LoOkattheD tc On you label and you can readily calcUlateMitw much 3 gflVarpbwingtn your sub scription It nay scorn a Very small itom to each one ipnrrcnnJfbuttho8um total a sum And werneQtlit in Our bUS1 i1enirDontput it offbut gaynt 1 Ifyoir cant pay nil Ityial you owe at once pay Syhatevcr partyou can and soy whofc1 You can pay the ijalanco Should the cows fall off leimilk when the weather becomes suddenly cold especially when they are well fed it is isalndlcdtlon tha litequar tens are told and that the quarters are cold and that coM draagbtt of air come In fiom some source ow Bobby why doesnt your mother sew up yilur trousers luCause shes attbevestryiBewlifg for the heathen II a man bequethcd you n hundre- ddoliarawould you pray for hlmlt asked BjSqaday School teacher of her pupil yNo won the reply I woal pray for another like him- Thenadwhotbloks it out and cx Vrcitesllifsjudgmeaf in his business tr n2 cifot ustlsUjha more mo- neln the bankthaUthe fellow who does thlrigp when Its most conveii lent I IC DTAERNRRSt paSsenger Detjartnt 4 south Carolina Interstate and- Westindia ExP sltfr The abovV Bxposltton one ol the greatteieVer held in the phth will pfeaDtcembtr lilt 1911 d coatln ue until June ist 192 Very at tractive rates have been arranged from aifpolnts to Charleston end the schedu1vIi the Southern Railway With ItBown rails and entire distance areparrtcalar convenient4 andany Agent ofthat line will give lull in ibrmatfija Upon application ITIlL CORNER STORE j Father plense dontgo out lo alght I The fire is horning walto and bilbt- I lust hear the wlndhotviOBdli1jn I lout gotrilpht to the Corner StArer 1 CIlIbeII good AS I can be VVont you just stay at homesn4 set1 Mother will ting to you Rory- OI Moore IIf youll only stay away from tltof I Corner Store I Ill be at home early atriast itI raid ISo be ngCloc1 glrlllldgo totiWua I He turned stud lelt thera sJiSfctlB I door fir OCTna usual to the Coriie7Sioreatd W g twa to 0The wind shook the wadows the souse was old Poverty was know there BjorcaBd mote As the lather want oftener to thp CornerStone Perhaps you will wonder what hare there could be In going to a place that toyoaan1 me Would be all right butthlswts before Piohibltlon had entered the Coraer Store- Thehours crept on wltbfearaadare a Jthe child long since had sjne7tbDed rbut the mother must work as never4 before For fathers money allSrent to the Corner Store The storm raged harderand the drifti fog enow Piled the drifts higher the hours went slow The fire burned out while oft u ben IforeThe mother cursed the Corner Store the father came not and wild with fear 4 the woman waited for light toap tjd Xs soon asduwn she stnuggledoeei the drifted road to the Coraer fltweR fie was rot there They Mid aVweiit home Quite early lor hlm pethap abbaf one They searched the road andctsraTan own qQorr tsT hraesd drunkard of theCooriiA Store In this dayiand age it may aeebIt ft strange But this ilory is true There hks 1 been a great chaageK But there still is work as there was- a before the Maine law closed thflCOnfti Store Nellie B Scraatoni i A country edit rwholtelf 1 asked Do hogs payZi replWNott 1 often They usually borrow Jhe pa 1Itper from their neighbor orbeat thaI publisher out of his money ta oae4 way or other A i There are more bora IdLotatiithe world thaa they have any Iceari THE HOME GOLD CUREV An ingenious Treatment byWftetr Drunkards are Balnk Cured Dally In Splto of ThemMlyM No Noxious Dosea No Woakenlns 6f t tha NerVes A Ploagant and PosI tlve euro for the LlqubrHabltr It Is now generally andeMteelt that Drunkness is a distaBeandBott weakness A body filled with pel80UO 3 and nerves completely lIodlCAl or constant use ol intox lcatlagllquom requires aa antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicate lug this poison and destroying thucraving for IntoXicants Suflerers 1may now cure themselves at bona without publicity or loss at time frem business by this wonderful Hotee4 Cold Cure which has been perfecteda ara close tJrfulwonderful discovery is posltlvelyr guaranteed to cure the moat obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker j Our records show the aarvetotWf transformation ol thousands ofDraak4 ards Into sober Industrious sad apt right men Wives cure your husbands 11 ChlN drea cure fathers I Tblsjem I f6pcclficso skIllfully I thatll is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that It cad be I acupof tea or coQeewlUiI out the knowledge of the person tak lug it Thousaads of drunkards have ure themselves with this priceless emedy and as many more have beea byehavingloving friends and relatives wlthoatr their knowledge ia coffee or teacadt t i believe today that discontinued 1 drinking of their own freewill Do riot wait Do not be deluded by apparent and leading ImproveBKatt Drive out the disease at once and tori t all time The The Home Gold Cure Is sold at the extremely low a price of One Dollar thus Vl cloif within reach ot everybody a treaW uneut more effectual than others atjtug J6 to 50 Full directions ac I company each package Special ad I vice by skilled physicians when requested J without extra charge Seat I j to any prtoftha d41jreceiptol one dollar Addnaea Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 3330 J and 3333 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly otmid IWoaI 2p S C t I 1 1 U r L1tI I 1t 1 r j1t J J k 4 6 1Iu IIARTrnHIJ irEfl1A tfaI 1 1t o- J d L = 14 Fine Job Work a Specialty QFFIClU Gaur GrImE pnnll tnlfI1 iEatU11111ct 1 r bacciptiQn r IIVOl 1AI ExPpfJreTQ cold and weatbtroMMithtway to an attack broochiUa The- nl oh the wajron be he fanner milk man or truckman need to pay special ked to till lint ofVmptoInl the organs uf ret tThe UM of Dr Fierce Golden Medical Dltcottrr will CUR bronchi tdetracated oougibeedIngofthe other ceBdltiblM whlcfflf Bfglected or treated teraatotto f Ully U ca aaaiptioB There DO 0iee0Tifia tlrel1 fire Irena opimn eotiTfc nrotpvi yeaiII I what the docton cfl wfluMrMrI Ir otlflkIOWD Ml ea0eteriersI Irrllud bRa I sb kXwiib a InCft U1Ck g- ii tAxonrfIman oTII that bU Tkl nwlthe U Aiicwt ia4 Utc 7tpntct1raIL I call COI U 4U kl4t-I wttlbtr s M Vial Iba broKhlU InnkU it11 Lei ma urto til who aN sidaa rC I aigh tciatlalu I Dr Platta Gel4n- Mka1I ZIcoitvi a fair Ir1I41uo1IftS VIU be oWa Dr Pierce Common Setue MrJloal Micr paperbouad U sent rrt on rc nlpt ol 21 oneccat stunpa to y upease of tnailing only or 31 stamp for the cloth binding Addreu Dr It V Pierce BaBalo N Y m01ra1 I1Y1 H L HEAVRIN Attorney dt LawIIARTFORDKYI I Wt1Iprstfrb ftnlmloi I a all the ranti nr I ppMla1li11ltaIlUo ERNEST WOODWARD I ATTORNEY AT LAW HART7nni UY Will prattlnbl profmloi la nil Ik ronrliol OIlJ ftlnt and Coirt ot Aff iU ITomrt ud earfl toulilnatloi lI1n bm114I totla OO OTrrOhlaOoi tTPik JNO B WILSON I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFQRD KY Mrwltl tunllnijelsrnrfoh lloo Btklci Utnrttir iklo Solarr ritOlo for Ulalo ccao tJ Ibc4rtbIdqbhIeqIr- x OBIlTHU4 ATTORNEY AT LAWS H4KrruRI KT- WUIprMtlrtkUprotrwIoaqt In aUtkt cniflioI 011104 nd Coartor AIpaJo- IlpedalUnUn gtvcc to all baslcuatrccid t- ki ure OfflrliCoAtt7 oe ha totthoci J E DAVIDSON Attorney rt Law HARTFORD KT kU prolwlom la Dklo aid dlol ttroiiillM Hprrial at nUoa irtTM to all bul am rut4 to kU ear- S P ROSY a 4TTORJVEY4TLAWWoJihNVIELE Will ratUto kU protmloa la all III courts of Ohio aad adolagcro atlM aadOonrtot Appeahi apfdal atuatloa KTM to roIlKtloai C H BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practlj bfm prolM lo la nil tk orteol Oklo and coaatk Bptdal atttaUu will bf fInl to all bIm114 t kit rare Coll cUoBi a prrlaltjr T E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY- WlflprscttcsLhI prot Hl6a In aD tile rotrtaol a Xatuek3 atuatloa alna to coHtctloai tthematUl deednt uctatcimaI caci sad rtlmloalprMtln ome np Ulr ariffln blotk I =J fe R WEDDING A1TOfEYind COUMSUIOR at LAWs HARTFORD KY i Will ratite kla profMilon In all thttotrti of and rountlM find lb Court of Ap bailairuJatrnitad=Hia WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT Will Ma proltwlon In tktconrtiol Oklrf aid idolnInztuDItlM Alan Notnn 1nbllo Southern Railway TkrouakTJI ht JlHt SoalbrIlSttN- KENTUOICYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA yIn GINIA NoHli CAROLTNAGEOR I GIA and MISSISSIPPI 4M Mile Thru Daily Trains BttvMD Ixtuti Till lIodIIIl1oll ObMrratloB kalriCAWi TralMl arrlrt LonlTUIrronj8TnU Strait Union Iiopot lUlaoli Central Uallroad and 111 St l II B ForlaformatloDaddmi A Waipor P T A TU 4tt XT LobUrffi WM R TATLOI AtiUtaat O Pi A LoiUrlllt fi I WIIoATru I cn vt uu b-baRiliihy thoa4 r4 tiISUU OIIAx XAnasa6 1SubsQiibe for THE f HARTFORD REPTJBLI OAN 100 per year in S idvance o Jll8SI8 8CPLn- TTlznj Annlt theptonterfiettlcrs ot what was once a portion of tbe state III Vu glnla bat what wata situ wards wade into the stairs of Kentucky and Fep nesse Will a family named MeDougaldI if Scotch estriction number ol oilier braved th hsv hips and dangers incident to a jour nlY of several hundred milts thronuh fanbroien fer ata across nnaberleas to utile la a country inhab rheaby wild brut and wilder In digs Alter reaching their deatlna- tloa which was a point oa the Ten iMCtsee river a few miles from where Fort Donaldson tow stands the com pany stparatedjich 1acweme Mt of the virgin foreit McDotigaid and bla wile anda twelve year old JamgfcterJeater went a few miles up thertlvtrwherelhey bunt a log cabin of one room and for greater protec tIde In case of a possible larttah attack taadoco window 4n the house Although there had been a fcwla diana seen around la the neighbor hooil yet they had never appro iched Very near the house and In the coarse of a few weeks tbe feeling of uncut ness wore away and gave place to Sanded security Alter they ha been living at this place some four or five months an occasion arose that made It necessary for McDougald to go on a journey that fronld keep him over night On leaving home he cautioned hiwile and daughter to see that the door was secirtly fattened antI they In he faotJfle by night fall aa there might posklbly te sonic prowling Indians In the vicinity for there had been an Jheuelahborho01fI a with the Indians la exchange for their skins Alter McDoagtlds departure a feet log of loneliness settled like a pxll over tbe heart of the mother and at though she tried to banlshherforr bedloga by attendlogJUo berhouM hold duties she c6Uld not refd giv lug an nneu VSBte tthe dark for bldaiig forest that came almost to tile door About 5 oclock la the evening Jw sleweot to the spring nome two hun deI yards from the house for waters was her Bisal castoaa Her moth ef heard berslBlns u the went cloth IhrfMth and then noticed that the sbogtdeaIystoppedi Ins few otoernta abC heard it wild screani and apringtogjto the door was Juit In timeto see her child held on a horse behtadMIaaHsttfdlsappcatl flathe woods Towakk dowa her hu- ebaa4st1ewUlaetworko1 second aad tlalfalttrset1ter was soon In puisuIthMtr cbild The Iad4as who captartd Jessie at the sprt g lMM gotten atone than P1 shareel the traderts Jire water aad was already hair drank lib horse hud keea geingalWay andBow UI- Ider theTloaWe load k rtfasedto quicken his psee After Jeaale had recov eredwsatwhat fioatv Per firstfright she beganto use herwlUand plan some medeoleae pe The Indian had neIeets4Io1 tIe hehaun4was MMWckervcIota4BS As they peaetMMv farther laU the woo- dJeuIePsPMrtspabkwIthk betas they cmev ttvreoratere In dian4taorcor4et4itnu4itkekfluenceofthegre leg thothcrsr the IoLanrwhok4 JeMleMlaflUai releiwedrbta bold oji ber4nevdertotakethehottteotc- redhini by fenerof tfeebravtaf4 The d reteowR1IIt BO dark hithe Wood Gllefftouhltot see teiryarAiawayv- Jesstekad aoticediir tbEypeseda- maIt clearing a large tree with au opening near the ground She felt sure if she could once escape without being killed bya totnybawk tor knife In the hands of the drunken Indian- ssbecoulda4thc trs andjildejnjt until morning When the Indian R leased hlu gr p to take the fire water she slipped oa the horse and was gone likesiflash before tliefealiztd what had Tiopperied and the brave girl was lost In the glcom of the for et The Indian scattered In every direction whooplng indv4yelling at firatbut In a few mlaatta quieted down and apparently gave up the search Jessie slipped from treeito tTCa5tOPI ping toItsten every little thea making her way caqjlonsly on aebeitBhc could in the direcward tlQuofthe clearing As the night adranced tthewIld animals began to move and once or twice something lorossed berpath or would stop and atare at her a ai mel sad then slink away Ifc Finally aIIngiaroundfor an hour or more she Uilagrheavy bound and almost stood still She stepped almost afraid to move either way and kneeling dowojn the jaildstof tin unbroken foreethesske- el the Good Father to protect her from time wild beat and Indians amid take ker safely hdsse She bad b en so In the habit bfsaylng Amen alOud j b she spoke It aloud ir Uili cue as aba finishediief prayer end the next in stant WAS la her mothers arms Mrs McDoagald had been searching for her and accidentally came ncroai her paths but not knowing whether it was an Indian Ora wild beast she was on the point of leaving when the child spoke the word Amen They made their way home directing their course by the stars reaching there about daylight1 Oa McDongalds return be was told ofJessies capture and providential ic peand at once made up a party of friends to punish the Indians but the right once were never found nod the friendly Indians disclaimed any knowledge ol the occurrence whatev ST aad a mred1 them It was none or- tthdctrlbe Thatwaslhe Put time however Mcboagald eve left swUe and- childaloneat night and Jeaslennd her mother never forgot their mid rilgbt jouro y throaghthe trackless fortstpl Tennessee RevtjrU Singling pastor of the Bedford St M B Church Cumber laad Md says It afiorda me great pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Coilc Cholera and Dlsrrboea Remedy I hkve tisedi it and know others who hate aeverknown it to fail For I sle bysl1druggtatE In T TboI rotvIeW MucHfo this life depends npon the pofat etVlewr Here is a story which aplyfHnitrstewtbIs t At one of the reunions of the Cum berland several exofficers of the Un IvalBntiy felt to discussion the wounds they received during tbe Civil War At lilt one of their number turned to Cojonel B a taU floe soldierly tooVlng man who bad rem4ned quiet during the dlscusson and s4ld Well Coonel you seem to be the only one of the patty who escaped ontnfnred Oh no I didnt answered the Co oaelqalcklnOIl was shot at An ttetnm AhtIeLwentthniiughThi- yaoEtaking the gristle out He wiggled his nose from side to side to prove the truth ol his statement Ah well you were quite fortunate atyr all Major M said consoling Iyi it the ballet had struck a half loch farther ia your soul would have- beiElanmrtbsd1sEtoeternIty Yes said the C61oBeirlW If thi Warned thing had onea E11- inhfarther out it wouldnt have hit meat alLV P Howard in Jan tfry Upplncottc Magazine iRemarkable Cure of Croup A tlttl BoW RaTxI I have a few words to say regard lag Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved mlIttie boys life and I reel that I cannot praise it enough I bokght a bottle of It from A E Steere QI Goodwin S D and whea I go- tkewlth it the poir baby could IHdly breath I gave the medicine asldirected ten minutes until he threw Upi and then I thought sure be wsa going to cbpke to death We had to pull the phlegm out ot his mouth In great long strings I am positive that if I had not got that bot tit ol cough medicine my boy would not be oa eaitk today Joel Demont Inwood t Iowa For sale by all drug gist m Lived a Hermit The Lebanon Falcon chronicles the passing of odeofthe encenttlc citlz ns of Marlon county The death otjohn Nally which oc carted at his home near Raywick last weekremoved one of the few eccen trio characters in the State who became so disgusted when slavery was abollsheJ that he decided to live the likofa hermit Immediately after the war when the negro cast his first vote Mr Nally said It wa time for him to qnlt voting and his hnd stuck to his decision Bryans first noml lagbevtrIo characters who cat tbilr first vote since the war but Mr Nally refund even to vote for Mr Bryan Natty waa between eighty and ninety yjearsofnge and though be lived aU- blstUe within three miles of Raywlck he bad never visited the little village tint onCe since the war and that one time was to attend the iuneral of his btother a few months ago The fact nldIaaei did not impair his physic 1 or mental Alwaslgood the phvslclqns who called to attend I htm that he bad not taken any meJI clue since away before the war I ITo Build axMonument I N N Jan 14 Informs tlon Comes from Durham North Carolina I that the Hpn J Duke has ordered j from an Italian sculptor design for a heroic bronze statute ol President McKinley Mr Duke it is understood wishes the South to erect the first memorial to the martyred President and will place this figure In the College Park of Trinity Cot Ilteut Durham j 4 J FROM HIS PRISON CELL Caleb Powers Thanks Those Com lug to Ills Adln Time ofNeed- Prankloit i Ky Jan To the editor of the Commercial Tri bune I My Dear Slr1 am just In receipt of a check from the Commercial Tri bune through Hon Wood G Duu lap of Lexington Kyfor 116270 which was the amount of the fund re celved by yourself at the lOut the check was drawn I want to express through tISIumna ol the Commercial Trlbae sty keenest gratltudeto sack Individual con trlbutdr fofwhstTVave recSveJ and for the motives which prompted Its giving It is sad especially In early man hood to be forced to rely npon thq generosity of ones countrymen for fi nancial aid but it ta exceedingly grat ifying that the call for help on the pait of my friends has not been met with a dumb response The country knows why I am hereI It Is not for wrongs done or crimea committed That is not my oQente Were It so I would not desire to appeal my case My o oflesenitfeslsts being a Kentucky Republican and having beellI fairly elected to the office of Secretary of StateI robbed of that office and it was for the purpose of taking the at tenlion of the people from the theft of the State offices and placing In power the Democratic party with dlmlaishI ed odium that the cry of huge Republican conspiracy to assassinate the Democratic leader of the State was raised One hundred thousand dot liars of the peoples money was ap proprlated for the alleged purpose of bringing to justice the guilty In dictmcnts and convictions naturally enough followed Democratic juries voted the straight Democratic ticket in tbe rendition of their verdicts What few Republican were summoned to do jury service and qualified were challenged for cause and excused Convictions were political necessi ties convictions came Perjury was necessary to perjurers appeared upon e Jtheseenei JWeaver An4crendNoaks are living ssyr A I1tatrTHSeT a baV ow of a case could not be made out without giving immunity to some ol those indicted as conspirators totmake a clean breast of all others knew As a consequence ol this ar rangement Cnltou Is now erjpylng his liberty cad the eternal condemna tion of all honest people while Ool den has never been deprived of anything except the privilege of lying qa the small Ecale tam completely Innocent ol that with which I am charged S I am neither pleading for mercy nor begging for leniency but only asking v that I be given a fair and impartial trial at the hands of a just and hoe est jury before a sober and upright judge where witnesses have some re spect for the truth and place some value on their own honor I am not discouraged There ia a tremendous power which resides In innocence and truth and justices rometlmes slowly but always are marching toward victorytLet me again those who are coming to my rescue In these dark hours of my life my laatt lug appreciation other generous Inrterest and assure them that so l as life lasts and ro far as my ownII power lies they will find me nnfalter in opposition to oppressiofl1g Injustice arid wrong even at the cost of my life for my liberty the lair name and goodrepu tat ol the State I love bGratefullye tSome time ago my daughter caught a severe coldSle complain ed of pains in her chesttrnd bad a bad cough I gave her Chamberlalna IIccordlnEtodlrecttoos and ableto go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the pasts ven years and have never known it to tall says James Prendergast mer chant Annrta Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In the chest indicate an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this Instance wan undoubtedly warded off by Chain berlains Cough Remedy It cone tenants any tendency bf a cold toward I pneumonia For sale by all druggists mut wRlABnth 1bKidYOSHllSfJU73BIt as drltflt Wireless Telephony Marconi Tesla Popoff and all the other wlcirds of science whose nAmes seem to have hypnotic influ ence u oJtbeiopnlarmlnd ksd serve 11 it induce belief in their most fanciful claims appear tolave been exc lle1 1 in actual achievement in the wireless field by a Mckwoods electrician ann t wering to the prosise name of Stub I bldeldNathjU XakbleBeld leatacky The KeetaeklsB has made Eo sptticcBlar experlmentatn the soli tunes of thr Rocky sioantftlnrr Newfoundland and he hAsSsttedmia stock companies on scientific hotair Nathan set apa telephone la the court house ardad notbrr latbe middle of Main street aad la ltket prcMBce ol halt the popalatloaof the town he demonstrated that aieseagesr coald besentlross one to the other withsmt a wire There wUlIomn uktJ Mara no dubious letterS CdttDtyTofSeUU did the iaUsfcaA theMttJQlngt tint was ao teyatery a the iulaess Tile attention of the scientific wetM ad tke commercial world willubr fll romPeldb to KranEvzi rtfMfi1fd1fttm jL J win i have a keariag PUIaddpbia N6rthAstefl4an A Few Qwstlois PO peddlers trust ou until you sell your torn f to peddlers pay taxe Jo your tonr Do von warm your china at the ire fujnlihed by peddlers when you come totownDo peddlers pay taxes In your county PO you ever hear anyone getting shjst weight from peddlers po peddlers help k pup the I echoals and churches I Do peddlers evermuierercftnttheIrI good I tIne tddlt1l 1Ori- er 4 pf to get your moneyIDo peiMIera correct taistakefl Art peddleYIfraeHutbtbftcd- urItry f tot their health I Do peddlers sell yoa good wilts I yrio lnvc no money I IDU yon aver buy anything cii I peddler hat yen tond not have I bdught an cheap or cheaper in townI Can JOM see a hole in a fence whea I itisna big as a barrel I CliO o1r merchant jet along wltb II out yojnr trade Ciiui you get along without the I hdme merchant I If I Iwsaya I For more than ayearX cut I fered frost lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balat aad itgvI tclI nIrWnen aSllk is iltered throaghcot ton no cream iat lost bntarxperlsaeoto show that the cotton largely jmventa he access of germs to themllkiand that filteratloB ia almost qal to aterlltation Ten cents will bnytrUrWteof mrs Cream SaInt enough to convla ewyou thaflt ia the greateatrof remcdiealor nasal eatairh or cold in the head Full alre 50 centV Alt druggists wyfaait It KlyBr5s 56 Wirren tflCYorkJ53SttibyNtMea- irCflIy BIoirtnref kAr ly with catarrh and tried different remedies without eflecti Art ruiiiil oae bottle of ybnrCreaif Blltal found relief knd Icanntt praise tod highly sach a remedy Sept i7 1897 MlllCotOWnfir The PeInaAiwuIt The druggists have already been with Peruse ctuineat- ieieie sure to be agreatdeamd for j hes almanacaonaccouat of theur Uclea oa astrology wblcB tbeyJeofi ale The subject ofsti Is very attractive one to mostjpVople 3ie articles on Mttblogy In almanac have been fnrnlahedbya very competent astrola ist sndthe tal cbaractertsticsbf e9h lgaIs veneonititutitir alraoet sja Wtete horotCpeA list of lucky aadn days foreach taonthartgiveB there will bea great hot the oksr Ask your dragglsffor dsel itlybeIore they are all gene I 11 I Women as Well as Mear ArcMadeMls rable 19y04 Kidney Trouble Kldneytroublc preys upootheinlud dis courage and leasena ambition beautyvigor ono may have and cheerftllamn I dWpPPUfihCDthekld neys are out of orderI rdlsesed Kidney troublehi become prqralent that It Is not uncommon fora child to be born I afOlcbdfillheakkld neys lithe child wIn atom too oftenU the urine scaiM the flealiorU whoa the chlt reaches aa age ho abloo control the passage it t yet afflictedwit bedvettli dtpead upon 11 Abe cause of he difficulty kIdney lrwibleabd Onsf stepakeaki be towards the treatment of hoe Important organs ThIs unpjeasa1 trouble to dlaeascd condition of tic kldntya and6Iad rand not to a habit ti peppOsuppOaOJWoMan men are made rots erabta with aad bladder trouble andbotbacodthe same treat remedy The mild and tho ImmedUle effect of SwaapR ot U soon realized lis sold I drutttota la fifty and JolU You a le bttlo by mall t free also pamphlet tar all abort ft thouuada d telIbCoBlBcluBtoa Voni sufferers u1ea1op 4 a i LAST HERD OF IUSONr Its f FortPfcrre Sotitlr Dikb j tairt fcnt InsAUit Fifty Fill Iloodd Specimens Theoniyherdot bison ofany Inn I pbrtance now left In the United Slates from the mlllloni which a lew yean io roamed over the entire country Ittwethe Missouri WverandHhe Ifecsiy sionntaias consists of about filly full blooded bofalo and theDane BMabef of mixed danlloueproperty of lame Philip1 Fort Pierre South Dakota who la known1 tJetahgecounuyaeScottyt PWllpif Thl kerditheprodnetoI shunt ti wkvafle 1RBehtrappertfoRiictagtke specie tartcHodbe Little tfisson ri country to capture a few calves for the purpose of wising a lent In this hunt he led a band of Indians and half breedwho only accomplish ed the purpose for which they set out after small bunches of bufltlo yet known to be roaming in that country Only halfa dcztn calves were taken alive and from these the present boreS h grownMr allowed the bufhloio range practically wild on the Chey anne river with no farther attention than to eee that they did not get out of that part oftbe state where they were kept until his death In the settlement ol the estate none of the numeroushelrs cared to take them aa his share of the estate and they were told to Scotty Philip after aninef fectual attempt to dispose of them to the general government Just what the value of the herd 10 d problematic but it Is the only herd l lID the country on which to draw for specimens this will give it an In creasing vslarss years go by Having had practically the same freedom on In their native state the specimens of theherdare somewhat d8ereaVfrowvtbo8e saallyrseea ia parks amid menageries Onebull out ot this faerdlWM rsohhfor showpe- rPSISAbeMteaSaraago iorftoeo At preseftt the fall blooaV consist I Ag ofall sgeJMfreffl fonrmeatbtold calves to hogei balls are oflaedln a pasture of athousand acre which Pu btem enclosed among the ugbC laadaJn abead of tkei Misuari stv I elliat D rityqiira Tbe fence wJHclaI rater them is seven feet hlgbwkb ppitifiveleetapartsed la composed b strong wovenwlre over which ere n meronsstrandsof barbwlrer The herd la an attraction to 1ltel1lI from all over the Northwest aa an op- prtunityoiseeinr lieaalafsls Ja teocemmon aa In the part ExTt NewT CmanMts yIIbbmetodq thy trading nor thY8085 nor thy daughter ihqllOtheshallt trolllte thee Make Hate 1- 1tteretoretertiut will whichcause shine with latch rroaperttyto bothIIII Thou nhaltemuploy owH iiechnIea thattheymay not be drlY eiiwayromheirhome to fiDdbreadft qrthtt Htlleonea Thou shalt also cOi flrVferai aa thy neighbor above 1 lHkemtbat ilwelleth Inn strange nt t1wtir IV Thou shall hot ask credlf as thy jroodrcoetTauch money And thec mefcbanfafirilB Is burdened with1 bills1 Ills childfof clamor dailyfor ibreadfand hid wife ibid th atotn fprtbe lacarof such raiment as adbrns jliePsUter Blesied yea thrice bje td li thejtaan that payd allbu V Thou aliaIt not safe lorrcdu irsprices IfoftEfne lofluence for be a hoia thegnile Js in thy heart and the e taercHaot readeth It like an open book He laugbeih thee to acom and ahonteilTto lerk ha hata lIctbiilthtaemote the welfare of thy own people VIL Thou abalt not auger theevoice of pride to overcome thee and- ii ether towns entice thee consente them80 for thou mayeet be d- VllIrrf ThoU klltlpeud thy even i legs ttkemiiethat they retdrnwhenee II tbey come andglve nourishment auchas wnienfter thee I Jaellamen Flchildreneratlons that tbay way be made to flourish adIIOW in plenty when thou art laid To rest with thy fathera t Author unknbwra Preservip FenceWsts Until the raaaaf ctnreof a metal It becomes ptactlcarand their DM t Komea neilh wooden post will f lave wVerellei upon ia fence build tug The tendency of posts to decay Is the cause of mnch expfawand aa ltId a method of pfeserva 1tillI 1I i jL h fanalBg commnnity The writer re ceaUyiwltaesced the changing of a llrie I1tllle thC posts bf which ha d- bcenkynuke41 as the owner called the prdeew Many of the posts were In snch good state of preservation that they weremeedln the new fence aU though they hadbeen la use for LI teenyeartt The process whlck the gentleman kindly furnished me was as follows Take one pound of blue vitriol to twenty pounds pints ol ster dlsolve the vitfol In boiling water and add to the other water dip t te end of the post In the mixture nnrf 1 ic atandtrbai six to tea days ac= IclItcwtta7WM If the mixture kept ia K wooden tank or barrel It s LBafbekeptmolslon the outside as 14ijtt hatL rrITnt- ractIsg3sslad of expanding ooiaMy I son said atntor of a doubt pntdnl 1 if believe Satin has got a Hold on you I believe so too was the tfcpiy o The eddelt cave Phenomenon Oaeof the ftrangest phenomena ia tbstemior smoke emerging from thorHedden Cave near here on a coldmornlag which is similar to the smokefrotn the fartiers home around It Oa any clear cold morning this tumCanbe seen aa far as any wood I smokefrora the chimneys In sight ol It A few days ago aa one of our cor respondents was passing near the cavi his attention was attracted to hathe thddghtwan a fire at or near rtheentrancerof thecnve and on going Beartffae f Bifdlt to be smoke or JteiBalssaiBg from vhtls called the Sktiighttof theeafe which is about fofty fcetriroartbf entrance Mr Heddenrnvho happened to be near the cave laiormedhlm that before the ttaiberwas cut from around the cave this steam dnrlnga very cold night would orarcrystali of ice on the limbs aad brancbeijif the trees that then surrounded the cave and as the morning sun itflected on its dazzling splendor snrpassedtbst of millions of diamonds fa indescribable reflection aid beanty rPordsvlIle Independent i YJaoItotNo1 wont CQI1tJn J mlqiaatWI1hamuhaUOL8Yaenl Visitor Prof Vanderspllnkentoo 4jehefmer I f SerVantOch sure yed better sUp in and bring it wid yr sort uiichJLookthD te On you label arid you can readily calculate how much Qu ttlo binson your sub scripfipji It may scorn a Very small item to each one p nrrcnrar butthb sum total i mo iit8Jto a cohsidornl Bum w And ftfnpedrit in pur busi cJaDontput it offv but ayif Ifyoii1cant pay all llpal you owo at onco pay yhataven part you can and shy whonv You can pay thoI 1a1aiiOShould the cows fall oft In milk when the weather becomes auddenlyw old especially when are w fcciltll anTndlcaTioa that he qntr p era are cold and that the quarters are icOp Bobby wiry doesnt your mother ew bp bur tril isenl Cause shes t the vestry aewbig for the heath nmtIf a mm bequethcd you a hundred dollarSrMWOuld you pray for him BjSijuday School teacher of her pupll No was the reply I woulit pray for another like him Themadwhothlnka It out and ex ltf1fa Judgment In his businessd traniaetToflsrnsaally has more monc iIn tbe banktbaU the fellow saent C- rOffTHERNRRCOSt Passenger DefrartntI South Carolina Interstate and Westlndlt Exp Sltf r=The aboVe Bxpoaltion one ol th- egtatevet held In the Sohth will qa ttDecember tat 1901 ao contln tae until June let lya Very at craIivetom all points to Charleston end the cheduti Wa thee Southern Railway i with ltaoU rails Cud entire distance r ptepartlcniar convenient andany II aAgCntN Upon applicatIon 4 Is aj Till CORNER STORE5 Father plense dont go out to night The fire Is Wairn andbttit lusthear the wind4Jiotvlondtj44 Dont go trilpht to the Corner Stor1 lIlIbe as good as I can be Wont you just stay at homevaad set Mother will ring to you Rory OMoore If youll only stay away from tliet Corner Store Ill be at home early arWil Itraid So be a good girt andgo toiWa He turned and left themfakititk door 41Off ss asnai lo the CoraerStor- etjirj iijinu wwas dismal dait aadi nThe wind shook the wjadows the house wss old Poverty was know there morcand more As tlspCorner Perhaps you will wonder what Bm there could be 1 i In going to a place thittoyboaa4 me Would be All right butthU was before Pishlbitlon had enteredtherCoraef t Store- Tbehonrs crept on with fearand dread t The child long since had FneTtbiied lint the mother must work as neveV before For fathers money all Low ttotke Corner Store The storm raged harderand the drifts lug cnow Piled the drifts higher the hours i went slow The fire burned out while oft ubIforethe mother cursed the Corner Store the father came not and wlldwitk fear iVthe woman waited for light toep eaf dorjhefJ- A He wan rot there They said aeweat home finite early for hIm perhapsabbifM one They searched the road aadscsrnTa own iqor rttreaild drunkard of thCCdz4ljarStore I la this dayand l elfmar eeeajijdt x J twoge But this slory is true There has been a great change But there stilt is work as ithere was j Before the Maine law closed tbeW Cortfn Store Nellie BScrnntoaivrt A country editor wbonwftsaweei s1t dDo hogs pay teplIedNetL often They usually borrOwUhe pr per frory their neighbor rbet tile publisher out of his money In 0ome l way or other There are more born idoteliither- ld than they have any Idea if THE HOME GOLDCUREl An IngenIous TreatrnentJbyjVyWehf Drunkards are Being Cured DailY In SpIte of Thamaatves =40 Noxious Doses No Weakenlnir6fi the None A Pleasant and Pail tlva Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally Hderaiecai1 Drnnknesa is a diseasejandnotst poison0nd 1 rlodlca1 or constant use ol Intox icating liquors requires an antidote a ble ot neutralizing and eradicates ug this poison and destroylax ithej for intozatants SuOerer may now cure themselves at homtf without publicity or loss of timefrem0 busln sebythls wonderful Hotee Cold Cure which has been perfected Jfter many yt ars of close study And treatment of inebriates P ful use according to directions ef thlrf y1gUllruteedcane bo matter n Our records show the Biarvelowi transformation of thousands ofDrunk ards Into sober industrious and upright men chUtiredity is in no sense a noatrumbutMI aIspecific for this disease onlyan4 tj prepared1hatpteasantto the taste so that U can be given a cup of tea or coQecwlUi1 the knowledge of the person tak fut It Thousands ofdrunkards vi themselves with this priceteta and As mauyraore haver 0 cured sect made temperate men nidbytovlngheir knowledge in coffee or tea HacM believe today that dlscofiUsBe4 drinking of their own free will Do not walt Do not be deludedbyap parent and leading ttDrive out the disease at onceaad rJori all time The The Home GohLSCure Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus Vlclarwithin reach oi everybody a treat meut more effectual than others oOat Ingr 26 to 50 Pull directions ice- ompany each package SpEclil ldi by skilled physicians when reo quested without extra charge SetatIprepaid to any of therWcaie- ceipt of one dollar AddresiDept Edwin B Giles lit mpimy PhllIik1p11JAU IsaiUal p t- e Hartford Republican ivcir FrlJaitl 6y hi Hartford tub Ct lnctrporalt I a titti it Hirtfoii poslolficeasmondclassmail matte == = Q = i V Rau=h rt r == LON ROGERS IdllllrI 1 PRIDA JANUARY r7iTnEicejias becu broken for Ihen I St Lo i Worlds Fair 1003in Tni Beer hero DeWct is still batliiblrfcrLis country although the lirUIsh government ii bitterly pro testing A tERTiNEKT question Are all Republicans responsible for the murder of Qoebcl because they defeated him for Governor CONGRESS is driving right on to Nicaragua where Uncle Sam is going to cut loose from South America rGood boy go right alongUncle Sam were with you I THE premiers oi Great Britain and Germanyhave attracted public attention bya caustic newspaper row Foolishness foremen of ability and at the head of great Nations t TAMMANY has cast aside her Richard I Croker for one Lewis NixoDI ICrokerretkesat the age of 58 and Nixon dons the Tammany toga at 40ft 1Croker has been a useful factor in the Democratic party ToE proceedings of the Howard trial at Frankfort are very similar to c those others that Cautrill has COil ducted The most striking resem blance Cantrill on the bench Can trill in the jury box and Cantrill asI prosecutor Jilt HowAnD is about as certain forI conviction as the sun will rise tomorrow morning Why Because Cantrill is on the bench and twelve partisans of Mr Goebel are to say the word Cantrill is synonimous to persecution and conviction TIIAT nominal court now in session at Frankfort under the guardian angel of Can trill and the devil is most a certain to find Jim Howard the ma- ngufltyoI the murder of one Wm Goober when they proved 1 conclu velythat Hnry Youteey actually did the shooting and is now paying the penalty by giving his life to the service of the State penitentiary Jirrpr Ilie present Legislature will appropriate lnnount sufficient to erect a new Capitol build IDr IrouMlhAt n amount should be appr priated for nOw buildings at Fraukfort however badly it may be needed First thing I necessary is locating a suitable place in civilization and then the appropriation will be next in order 1 Tie strange indeed that every man charged with the murder oi Goe bel is compelled to be triedunder 4- q Judge Cantrills instruction by a jury V that took the ironclad oatbof Democracy when they voted for Will t iamGoebeland prosecuted by the notorious Tom Campbell who relies t1pon perjured testimony alone to convict and that purchased by the tax money of the humblest citizen MAUCOSI is giving the Oceanic Ca ftble Companies no little trouble just now His success at wirelesa telegra phy has caused quite a fall oil in price of cable stock Will not some genius come on with bis wireless telephony and shove the telephone companies to the wall When this Is done we will have little trouble in talking with distant friends unices some fellow monopolizes the etEefial regions A BILL has been introduced In Con gress to establish home for the Utf ion and Confederate soldiers Its the step toward unification and should speedily cjme to bo a reality This sectionalism ought to be wiped out and the best way is fur the nation to care for the infirm of the sixties Both sides believed they were in the Tight they were honest andcandid in tbeirpurppso and never lid braver eons kiss their mother earth for con science sake than those that fell on either side Mu H P TAYLOKS friends are talking him Frankfortward strongly j3OW They hope to see him the next nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the second District There are two other avowed candidates for the place already with W T Ellis a prospective Mr Taylor is a hightoned gentleman veil versed in legal lore andwould make a most creditable represen rtativoof the whole people Ho is a Democrat but fair reasonable and agreeable and would make an im partial jurist ifit shall be a Demo crat from the second District there is jiota better man in the party than Mr Taylor He is rather con erva tive in bis views and would be a trong man for his party It is our candid opinion that be is decidedly the best man in the Democratic field QUALIFICATIONS FOR U S c SENATORSHIP Ourvery worthy contemporary the Utrdd quotes from an article In our Jut issue on iho Senatorial aspirants MoCreary Smith Wheeler and jtyi trilland adds But who would TUB BEraiucAN bavtf substituted in lieu of either of the above named gentlemen Answering kindlUI though franklve should eoyslmo man of ability who had not the staip I of the approval and indorsement of r1 ol 51Idealol marked ability a fair minded a man holding dear in his heart the auctiiy ati4 purity of the ballot but boxa man that scorns official burglary grand larceny robbing rightfully elected men of their offices through the prostitution of courts under Jorms oflaw In the list above ed named we find no such man Every tie mothers son of them were most ar dent propagandists of official fraud and force one of judicial lIulusiDaI tionalt revolted against the expressed will of the people as recorded by Democratic election machinery with out exception in the hands of Demo irate The Democratic party in Kentucky bas few met flu to serve in the Senate Lindsay has been retired BO has Car lisle Buckner is blacklisted whilst the Cnttendens theBecks the Breck inridges and many other names syn onymous with honor arc lucid only in- menory fic No man who actively sup or ported or participated 1n the contest ol the overthrow of constitutional law in Kentucky is fit to serve in tbeII Senate of the nation According tour ideal of statesmenship such statesmen as we have today in Keutucky Democracy compare favorably with tbe Roman statesmen a at tbe time of her downfall Official corruption narrowgaged statesmen greed for gain and ambitious and un scrupulous men caused the downfall ofancient RomttCorruption in politics is contageout Kentucky in 1899 and 1900 was never surpassed in crime and vice by any nation under the sun Missouri poli tics is corrupt New York is equally 80 but none compare with tbedark age in Kentucky Had every State in the Union been under the control of Kentucky statesmen of the modern Democratic school during the years 1809 and 1000 with gubernaturial elections on hand ancient Rome fate would have been a psalm compared with that of America Revolution wQuld have visited every State toland for America and AmericanC institutions it would have indeed been a revisitation of the Dark Ages Hows ThisIWe c2er One Hundred pollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls CatarHTCtJicT- F J Cheney Co Props ToledoO We the undersigned ve known F J Cheney for the last Clteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obli gaLlon made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- iWaldingKinnan lot rvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 750 per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the bent Chamberlain Stands Pat London EngJoseph Chamberlain the colonial cecrttaiyln speal lag at Birmingham took occasion to notice the criticism showered upon him In the relchstag especially Count Buelows castigation In referring to the animosity of foreign nations be said that he was aware that in some quarters it WAS attributed to the in ilseret oratory of the colonial secre tary Wnat I have said continued the secretary I have said I withdraw nothing I qualify nothing I defend nothing As I read history no British minister bas ever served his country faithfully and at the same time been popular abroad I do not want to give lessons to a foreign min- Ister and I will not accept any at his hands I am responsible only to my sovereign and my countrymen I do net deprecate the importance jf the good will of foreign nations but there Is something more Important It is tbe affection and confidence of our kinsfolks across the sea Even our great losses In the war that has been forced upon us have brought la their train one blessing of Infinite and lasting consequence That war has enabled the British empire to find itself and has shown to all whom it may concern that if ever again we lave as in the past to fight for pur very existence against the world in Irma we will be supported by the sons of Britain in evey qanrler of the globe How can tnld Mr Chamberlain be made responsible lor what rod Grev has called filthy lies and what Lord Rosebery describes as vile Infamous falsehood which have been disseminated In foreign countries without a sylluole of protest without the slightst interference by responsi ble authorities TiMr Chamberlain said that wjien I the present ministry talc into office it was at a time when the country was at peace with the world but becflbI net bad to meet at leiat six burning questions of international importance These legacies which Lord Salisbury had to tate up included the Vc iezuW laa boundary question the Samoan difficulty and the French position on of thejNile ill otjwhieh the government successfully fend distJosed of p Our Ail tlca1i1ctnsbkro n Mr Charaberlnltr thiMre agreed- to a treaty to enable the construction clan inter oceanic advantage to the j commerce bflhe vrorUVns Twill be so great advantage to the United II have IncltuISi the strug 1alnI say these are solid achievements ftl- intbe cause of peace and II we have been unable to remove continental prejudice which has always existed but was never more coarsely express we have least been enabled tq set many substantial differences which might have caused international con flict EatoJinu colonial patriotism Mr Chamberlain salt This is a pew Uctnr in politics You must hereafter consult the colonies upon every vital question ol imperial politics Mr Chatubtrjain concluded by piy Ing tributes to Lord Kitcheners steqi resolution the arniy3 cheerful courJ vge 4nd Lord Miluera wise adminis tration a iSantaAdrift on a capslzid ti atln the Pad ocean sevanteen lays without todd drink was the terrible experience Capt Harry Olsen and Pete Wnl two crab fishermen and but one to tell the story of their terrible sufferings Oslen was picked up by Arthur Valdtz a fisherman He was more dead than alive but was able to tell of the wreck of his boat the Belle staunch gasoline schooner which I he and Wallace used In cruising about tbe fishing grounds lOlsen and Wallace were residents I btSan Pedioand left the port seven days ago While cruising several miles South of Santa Ciuz Island a heavY sea arose and capsized their craft Clinging to the capsized boat without food or water they drifted suffering tortures On the fourteeptb ilay Wallaces strength gave Out and Crazed and starving he slid off the boat and disappeared under the watcrI For three days longer Oilen held on and was finally rescued half dead horn exhaustion by Valdtr It is thought that he will recover from tttrf effects of his terrible experience A GOODRECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale IIy Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to thosewho have once used them rays Mr JlI Weber a prominent druggist ot Cas cade Iowa Whil better recommen dation could any medicine have than or people to call lot Jt when again in 34d of sock n renndtTry them shen you lldun ftet JiEilhen ou have a bad tatein your mouth feel billons have no appetite orwhen troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by11 druggists m We Live Many Lives We hue been accustomed BO long to speak of life as tin entity as some Thing complete nod definite a totality and a oneness that weiait to differ entiate what we call its phases much less ri alizf tbt we live many lives Instead 6f tine and that our progress through there meads mundane is through a succession of lives all dis tinct and apart from each other and from all others It is not maintained that we visibly change and become some one else although the wise chemists find physicists tell us that lour entire physical bodies undergo a complete change every seven Nor must the reservation that we live many lives nnd erjoy a tort oi perpetual youth from buoyant rrlolrrcence to senile decrepitude be understood as the doctrine of metempsychosis or the transmigration of thesoul What is meant is that what we conven tionally call new vistas changes of aspects are J ally nets lives into which we enter our very selves and other selves immured In the old llvs that came trmkd fur a while and which liav tjoiic This constant return pud renewal of youth and entrance upou ii new hikand the con stant abandonment of one life for an other should make us patient to such vicissltudes as Tunytome hoe ful of the future and confident of speedy surcease Youth is a season of joy says some one l1otlor what it is or for what it achieves but for what it hopes and strives If by con stantly entering upon new lives we perpetuate our youth We keep with us ever the season of joy hereafter mentioned anrL avoid the cares And solemn and painful gravities of old age while scaping ita dolorous ret respects and iufirmaties Grant that the juyd of youth arechjtfly delusions a chafe after alipring phantoms arid seductive phantasms delusions as long as they last we are told ale 81 good as realities and so long as we are iya phantom orphatasy and moved o actiou we enjoy e raptures of pursuit and are sure escape the satiety and suffocation of possession1 We wake life tolerable and pleasing and herein lies ffliwis dom Exchange oJ CphiinfjfIn The PJlIpino patriots who ontle autborllyof many eloqjienti gentle mne arrnulatiuGeor Yqshlilg ton by fightingor Of their untr i ate coml In otieaf ter anoihTii boss of every baud oculibr itlliia himseff tile title a- V rgeneral or some other that dis tinguishes him and makes him op In this publ eyeas of some con deif qltenceOnewDUrhllilledullng- krollltbenumbeor these great wati J has clots who have surrendered atlheIi supply was about exhaustedi hut not U TKbSewhJget hungry and want toiCd at the expense of this gov eminent surrendered their bolos and cotne IB from the thickets Others ion spring up and array themselves in the discarded title and gp forth to prac be the profession ot patriot The Hr supply of these will not soon be ex j hauttsd because the Filipino ot the tro lower class prefers loafing to any kind lie ofwork and as long as he does he will keep up the guerrilla warfare Authentic reports coming from the Philippines relative ti the conditions existing in those sections where civil governments bAY ben established Aremost encouraging Whether they like it not the peopleare obeying the laws and accepting the beneficence of American rule most admirably It ii only in the remotest districts where the semblance of disorder and iebelt ion is found and this disorder and rebellion wouldtxttt no matter whftt IUUof gavel mentor whnipight bs the ruling wer Disorderalwajs exists where of ple are r o educated up ti n prop conception ofclviliz d llfc and thf best thatcan be done is 16 make them obey the Uws mechanically after the manner in whicll trained animals perform their tricks The pies Governor oftbe Philippines is of the proper temperament to wake the Filipiooos behave them selves and alter awhile make theai tike to behave themselves Commei inl Appeal CASTORIAF the Kind You Have Always Bought y Bears tho T Signature of Uut7 4C F DuUor Hidden Treasure The following appeared in Tries dajd Louisville Pot Who burled the tnoney who were the masked men whodug it up I ow much did they get ire questions that have been frequently asked during1 the last few days by the citizens oetbe little village of Skilesville lo IcJtdon Green river in Butler cOlin sixteen miles from here About 9 oclock Tuesday night two weeks ago eight masked men ap eared at the hone of Henry S Mar tin who lives on the outskirts of the place on what is knntvu as the oldI Hemingway farm When he opened tile d6or in answer to TI knock be was asiced to come out as he was 8aieli oq business The speaker tot tile cowd told him that they bad come to search for a kettle containing about roooo and that if he cared to he might help them dig for it but if he did not be must keep secret what he heard and saw He said he did not cue to help them and returned into the house The masked party soon produced two dark lanterns and a tapellne A distance 01 about twenty feet was measured oil from one corner of the house and two men beijan digging immediately with picks arid two oth tr men threw the dirt out with shov els Thfs work was kept up until about an hour or so before day when the men gathered around in a circle put something into a sack threw the dirt back into the hole and stole away as quietly as they had come Once during the night Mr Martin- concluded to slip out the back WRY and to inform some of his neighbors what was going on but when he stepped out the back door arevolver was put into his face and he was told to go back which he was not slow to dp Tueldl y about noon two strang ers each carrying a pick got off an Rvansvllle nnd Bowling Green packet and went up into the town Several other strangers were noticed in the place the same day but no particular attention was paid to them I Mr Martin says the men dug rnFt about three feet and over considerable space He found an iron kettle- r which had the appearance of hayingi been burled fora long while u ffhe has no idea what it had contained Who put the kettle there what talned and who dug it up will haps never be known to he quit menu of Skilcsville j Notwithstanding the fact tliatthe spokesman for the masked pattycau tioned Mr Martlninot to say anything about what they said or did hetold It to his neighbors n day or two ago and ever since then it hai been th- eonetocotcconversation The whole matter iswrapped in mystery which stems impenetrable now T eJJI1V4rdTrial Frankfort Ky Jan rJWhen Circuit Cotitt convened r o o this I morning Julian KprreyJ who w1I it- o irst Lieutenant In the Frankfortl compjny ct malltFrtttrie tl oebel murder was jilaced on tbe stand He vius interrogated as to havnjr cmM irma secretely to tV- S dTaylors home Judge Gordon trtr tbe defense i ob jected to tbe4ine jf qucstlonijiKnnd nskedjto be heard Thejiiry teilretl and Judl Gordon argued that fhere had been tio eyjdenCi introduced to dhow corjupiiasy J between Taj Olr n4 ifte4eend9ut 4 lie aUw said that no ruspimicyrta i r J alecd against tIre defendant and- ttrUefreaonecould be proven in or tocjnvlct the accused Rlr Williams said the prosecution shown that the militia was on at the time of the killing and oMght it had a right to show the connection ot the militia with the killingJudge Cantrill read friicnhe decis is of the Co ut of Appeals holding that InMich cases the evidence should allowed to take a very wide rangeI held that it na not necMsmy prlle the i 0 isplricy in full before InI luclng evidence in regard to it a said that unless tousptracy wa shown and the defendants connection 4o vu with it he vcuM exclude all evdence on that line The pro tcntion was therefore nl lowxl ti imtiiiuc It lire ot question Inp ili ih ij ol til connecting Gov Taylor with a conspiracy to kill GoebelAt conclusion of Kerreys testimony Judge Gordon again moved to This was oveuuledtA W Morgan Deputy Assessor ol Clay county was next called He is- anev witness Cal Bennett Young who was one the counsels for Goebel in the conC test igiintt Taylor told ot having noticed on the day of the shooting hat the Capitol rquare was eg1 1 rely levelled Before it had always bcenc occupied by mountain men whose conduct he said was very offensive Co Young tiled to tellseveralttmes ahat the purpose of the men was but I vas stopped by the court In ap proaching the Capitol he saw front window ot the Secretarys officeII neiict the Senate chamber i p nine to sixteen inches lIe saf sonic movement itiride the window Asked on cross examination why he bad rot told this before Col Young said he did not think his test tnony necessary to ptove that the shot which killed Goebel came from Caleb Powers office Harry Tandy Assistant Secretary if State testified to having seen n messenger boy on the steps of thc Capitol just alter the shooting Thi boy It is claimed was BI Stefiey i who was next called Steffey said he was standing on the Capitol steps when Goebel va shot lie heard four shots and saw the barrel of a nit e protruding from one of the window of Powers office Just alter the shot was fired the rifle was withdrawn and the window closed Stefiey was not crossexamined Dudley Williamson who was a member of CaptWalcutts company stationed at the arsenal said their men wore citizens clothes when the f went out to meals Oa the morning of the shcotng they had been in lint half on hour when the orderi to much to the Capital was given Austin Robinson a policeman told as he has before how he tried to ge Into the executive building after the shooting old was stopped by soldier r At 1150 court was adjourned until 2 ocloek1veningIotScalped Hodgensville Jan rrThe death of John W Twyman ol this place at Gallatln Tex last Wednesday the existence ot a man whose seal P dangled at the bill of aa Indian war rlorIt was In the spring of 1865 while Mr Twyman was engaged In Indian warfare out on the Western frontier tbat he had the thrilling experience with the Indians which cost him hi scalp He was a private in Gen Mc Cook brigade and at the time his scalp was taken he and ten of hi comrades who had been retained a Ft Leavenwortb were making thel tI way across the plains to Ft Connor Neb to join their command rrhe whites were taken by surprlce Mr Twyman was tbe sole pale fact aurvivor of the murderous attack The attacking party was compose of about forty Indltnp and it was the work of but a few minutes until thi whites were overpowered and thel- scalpstnken MrTwyman regained consciousness alter several hours He was picked Up by a rescuing patty and taken t0 Connor For six months he lin- r gered between life and death Hi was a giant in size measuring over six feet with brord shoulders Wound was a goutce of annoyance to him to the day of his death U nDoes It Pay itThe Dmocialic members of the Legislature met last Thursday night to choose their candidati fir United States Senator fix Gov ernor and ex Congressman James B McCreary received sixtyfour votes Judge James E Cantrill In spite of withdrawals in his favor by two othe candidates and their utmost efforts ii his behalf received but tbirtysevei n votes or nineteen jess than a ban majority of the caucus This crushing defeat of Judge Can trills Senatorial aspirations deserve attention because of the peculiarr methods by which be was openly ac seeking the honor He haS lcUfej nttbe trials o the personu accused of the murder of William Goc bel Ills rulings in the first series o trials were of such character that the Kentucky Supreme Court sternly rep- robated them and sent the defendants 9 back for nrw hearings Under such circumstances most judges with any senpof judicial propriety would have dlnedto sit in the cases again lot so with James E Cantrill When the cases were called before him a setojd lime the defendauts Sam Gettingler Thinsall right if you are too fatM and allwrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthalittle more or lessisM great harm Too fat In doctor too thin persistently of thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver M 01atThere are many causes of get ting too thin they all come under these two heads over work and underdigestion B Stop overwork if you can but whether you can ornot Scotts Emulsion ofCod Oil to balance yourself d with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you Theres limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for J cant eat unless it comes ofE your doing no work you cant long be well and strongwithout some sort of activitytThogonulnohasthis take no other If you havo not sond for froo samplo Its a i J grooablo tasto will T surprise SCOTT BOWN- EChemists 409 Pearl Stroot Now York is 50c and 100 all druggists n ntMlty impeached his fairness and dee nltt lila ability to give them an 1mf paithl trial Confront with snch ccusKtioim most judge would im a dlntely have granted a change of vt tur lut Jiief 1 Cntrill refused t He wmfc on with the trials anej conducted him ell in Much a ruannet thU the GuVMtinr ol a neighborly tte when nnVtd to Mirrender othe prisons acnstl of complicity In One Hls murder relunutl to du so for thr rxJtfSX T wiabalIdJxe Cantrill- w S uianiiratly Oed to pranTlo iiiti dilleiing hoar him In politics a U V nit HI mi KeulULkiaaa not blinded by artlsanslilp Judge Cantrilla course 0 outrageous as to meet with censure from disinterested men everywhere ud as to be given open rebuke by his own Supreme Court was ascribed 0 his Scuta ambitloas He 1publicly charged with seeking a Sent tonal toga by dabbling his judicial ermine In the mire of faction and with attempting to tend Innocent men to the gallows that he might ob t tin the support of their foes in the legislature After thus laying himself open to tire Imputation of prostituting his ju iliclal integrity to his political iambi dlion what is James K Cantrilla reward For vhat has he exchanged his once high reputation as a jurist Von thirtyseven votes In a Democrat ic legislative caucus Andes here fhcts upon what he has sacrificed and what be has received James E Canttill roust ask himself Does it 3ia To that question he can make iut ole answer the answer that every nmn must give in the final account 8the answer that every honorable man gives instinctively Chicago Inter O eau CoSTO3ttJAInn the lte KM Yea Kara tors BongM Sguture aQr eaAa A Cure for Lumbago V C Williamson ol Amherst Va rFormore than it year I suf fered fiora luuibajo I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Barn arid it give I me entire relief which all other reme dls had failed to do Sold by all I druggist m I liePleads Guilty to Bigamy Huntington W VJII14ThR- ev e I jane Workman who was arrested here six moaths ago for mauling n Central Ity girl when he had another wife living near Lexington Ky to day pleaded guilty to bigamy and was sentenced to one year in tbe SUte prison Workman was an object of sympathy as tears dimmed his eyes while he was pleading with the fudge for mercy Both his wives were present in court and his first wife with two children wept bitterly AS the nged parson was ltd from the room by the Sheriff An effort will be made tomorrow to have Judge Matthews set aside the verdict and free tbe minister who has alwajs ben highly respected until his flirts I lion with the West Virginia girL 1 r A footman proud of lIe grammar ushered in n Mr Kcot and bistwo Cj daughters as Air Foot and the two Misses Feet Ought to Know Better A New Jersey couple after praying for a baby far forty years have finally secured one in answer to an advert Usement They ouhtto have known that praying doesnt cut much figure in acaceof that kind Harrodaburg- i Democrat r o i nMessrsand Lonnle Iench of this tdtr entered Mchool at Uanfoid Monday Mr and Mrs 14t Earderlur vial amI I and d the parents cl Mrs SinHfilur ear Green River chuich Saturday of ad Sunday t the Mr Henry Ulc and tbs Stehlab n iller were the guests of Mrs Sander fur Saturday night and Sunbut dayenwas at tiFhonor of AlTss M llcK inltlurji Horse Ilronch was quite an etjiy able nflalr Tbe music furnished by essrs Rlsworth RoweClhlcrtllwoIIn Leslie Miller Willlnmn Mines Mrs F I Siodertur tit this plfic was highly tr jjt l by nil DT of oOASTOnrA the DU1the lie Kind YM liars Unn Baajlit 1rhNoticelTills is to day set nay lion Tuieiit Huff free too a his own trading anti will not be responsible for nay debts that tie may tuskfc from tlilj late 111ls l6lh day cf December 191 24t4P J J HUFF 6A rtxAyemJ o 1r Evolution of the Sword As ucn in early times fought hacd o hand tbe oldest specimens of the sword are ihntt In fact the sword proabably but tn evolution of tb t club which at first ruiiie of hard of wool waa gradually sharpened on one ind thtn on both sides so as to Inflict n more deadly wound Wocd gave way tottonr which In nun was displaced by litorr iron CUlt finally ste l- The sworJ increase in men became more clultzed and ahof a disposition to fight farther away each other which required more dexterity in the ue of the weapon Some specimens we have of swords the mlddli ages are almost Knot us long as the warriors wbo Yielded them During the fifteenth century the science of fencing wax In vented when the sword in the tutu1Snnd if a rapIer reached the highest point if development Your Tongue If Its coated your stomachIlar Is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will cleanI your tongue cure your pepsia your Jiver right Easy to take easy to operate rctut4mu4az Ibufo bSUU1IWtoi Jour n u a f T Lcn BUGKINGHAMSBYEsaII Nasal CATARRH la all It stagal thszs- shosi1 be cleaallaeii Elys Cream Ilalet- deizeoothpsadhtiIl the di ew l mtmbruM It cure citarit tnd dztrr- iwayacoid IA the bud qiCkl7 1 V Cream lt lm Ii pee Into ths nostrils ipruli ent the nembnn and Ii aborbeL 1ZsflIa Im mett and a lie follcm Jill sot dy1sg4oi BOtVrwlace ineeiln 1rg SIu SO CastS it Drue UH or by null Trial Star Itctnt by teal ELY BUOTHEIIS M Wrt n Street 5ew Tort EXPERIENCE 00 YEARS I Tiuot MARKS Dctioris COPYRIGHT Ac I Anton ttnittng tnntn end utrlptkm mar tIIoUctlnDdIrlent free OI4t srney nlj11555 ie tbrouI Signfl Cu rpttui tuitlu wit boot cbarn la tb Scientific American- A handsomelt IlltiitratM wwklr tameS Mr culatlon of anritcltntldo Teruivaia iIewdeslei11IJNNDiaodi om V Bt Warttogton u LESS THAN rTheS S S Is a combination of roots 4 herbs of great curative crs l when taken into the circulation r searches out and removes nil manner r I from the blood VitUtmt lleast shock or harm to the the contrary the general healthtegins to Improve from the first dose SS S is not only a blood purifier ian excellent tonic and strength nnd builds tin constitution purging the blood of impuri es S S cures nil diseases a origin Cancer Scrofula = uJUaUml Chronic Sores smut Ulcers Eczema PaorUsia Salt Rheum Herpes and similar troubles is an Infallible cure and the only 10tc for that most horrible disease Contagious Blood rolson A of nearly fifty of successful cures is a record to lie proud S S S is more popular today I tlati ever It numbers Its byIthousands Our medical corns pondence is than ever in the thtoty the medicine Many write thank us for the great good S as done tfaeta while others are BeckIog advice about their and cases attention Ourphysieianahaveinade lifelose study of eases and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who makes a specialty no one disease SSS We are doIng humanity throug- hour consultingtie putisient and invite oniowrlteuaifyouhaveanYlIOodr whatever for this service Tilt SWIFT JPCCIfIC co ATUKTA GJL For Sale Ont Tenborne boiler and engine Aultman Taylor makelu good outlet plastically as good us new Oce pair 94Inch under runner corn burrs I and 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AimhcOUllCiniUUofoer6OOpgu flU Sc alUcndlneln tbclr cubtctlptlon for one before April I 1902 RATPS BY nAIL ONLY One V socWDTHE EVENING POST LOUtSYlLLE KY J lit Desire to inform their I f trade that they are now 4 4 permanently located in theirIII C i One door below A D Whites where they showing a complete areiS 4 Dry Goods i and Ladies Furnishingsh 4 Etc Ect i We are also making a oni IPrices on MillineryCapes1 I Jackets Furs Collarettes Overcoats Heavy Etcifrom you UnderiS i appreciated as profitable to you The place is sn 1 iIHartford Republican c FRIDAY JANUARY 17 IMr L R Mllburn has entered school again Mr Mac Condit Narrow was IB town Wednesday Mr Gto Baltic Aubara Ky was In town Monday t Mr N T Colgate Evansville lad f Is vlilUng Mr Tom Taylor- C R Martin jeweler aid watch maker at Williams drug store FOR RINT Blore house and real deuce Addre DrLBB anHartiord 0 Mr L D Grllt s Adrla Hill Mnh lenberg county was in town Wednes day Miss Den Woodward Center tow 11 7isvisiting the Misses Bennett this week f Plue much tow for sale guarantttd RarUULTCtAN offifee i 1jMt Jas Tanner and sister Miss c Lula are visiting relatives and friends In McLean county this week TDaptlt ladles Wlll give an oys 1I ctersapper at Dr Stanleys this even ing for the benefit ol the Baptist churchMr H D Lea oi British Colum blab and titer Mrs Wm Holland 1IW owen aboro are visiting their slater Mra G lIardwlck J Tlfe law firm of Messrs Neal dt Barns hive moved their law office frontthe Griffin block to the County I Attorneys office in thecourt house- 1VAN7aDOne 1 Y r in Ohio I good agent county to represent us In the marble business CURD fk LYNCH I 26at South CarrolitonKy t SchicuUr the photographer Is still at tie Harttord wharf with his float 4 log studio but will leave the third of February Go to him for first elass work The spring term ol the Hartford r College opened Monday with a very credible showing A number of e s have entered duingthe Weeht lAjelect school will begin next I Monday at Trisler with Miss Mottle I T install teacher Quite number of students will be in attendance anda rat class school will be the result of 1 MlisTunstalls earni it nffortf Mn Henry Allen and Miss Mary Lou Schapmire were married Wedies f nesday eyening at the home of the brides patents lir and Mn C F CoAleyofcietiegI tore r a 1- i r- E f ITaku up an esliay One white a steer mark swallow fork In left ear value fto Owner can have same by proving claim to property and paying expenses 2441 G M BAUBY Beda Ky MrEUlll Howard and Miss Mary L Wedding Mr James Hamilton and Miss Lurettle Howard were mar fled Tuesday In the Court Hall in the presence of the Fiscal Court and several spectators Judge Miller sealed their fate in a very brief mannerTaken up aa estray one white adIblue cow about six years oW any marked Taken up January 7 1902 Valued by S MldkiS and J S Wim aatt at fjzo oo Owner can have prop erty by proving title td same and paying expenses W I WIUSATT- 2S 4p Sulphur springs Two ot Mr Rowan Hotbrooka yearling mules died last Friday morn log very mysteriously They were fed at the regular time In the morn lug and when their matter returned at noon to relieve their thirsts they were dead Mr Holbrook had quite a number other raulea running with those that died Jai W Lanham who eloped wit young Miss Iva Wedding horn the Sulphur Springs neighborhood acm time since has returned home and again living with his wife They have moved near Fordsvllle The girl came hack shortly ritet the arrival of Lanhata and she is now living with her grandparents ruined forever whilst Lanham is living peaceful ly in the Infamy of his own disgrace thus tar unhurt and unharmed Mother IMy mother was troubled with otMiumpttoa for many rearAtlast she trap liven up to ane tried Cherry Pectoral and was apeedllycured D P N Y No = matter haw hard your cough or how long have It Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is the best thing you can take Its too to walt until you haveconsump tton Uyo are coughing teday of I bottle of- Cltcrry Pectoral at once- fualwrskRell Alln t wiNao atq t M w awnu1 Y800 ru1IU I j Itching SkinDistress by day and night Thats the complaint faf those who are to unfortunate ai to bo afflicted with Eczema or Snit Rheum and out ward applications do not euro 1Thebloodmake that pure nnd this seal ing burning Itching skin disease will disappear I was taken with an Itching on my arm which proved very disagreeable I concluded It war salt rheum and bought a daysalterwas not long before I was cured have never bad any skin disease since bias ot IDLE WABD Cove Point M- ilHoodsrarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of nil Impurities and cure all eruptions Mr Nicholas BarrassJaylor Mines was in tvron yesterday Mr J A King Cromwell was a pleasant caller yesterday Col C M Baroett Louisville Isa with his family this week Mr and Mrs Stravtther Hawkins near town visited near Utica first oi the week Mr and Mrs JoD Rogers Beaver Dam visited Mr and Mrs Pon Rog era yesterday Rev Wardrnp assisted by Rev R D Bennett Is conducting a series of meetings at No CreekIIA protracted meeting at Prentis under the care of Rev Ceakley lain progress Six coversions is the harv eat thus far Capt 8 K Cox went to Owens boro Wednesday to attend the burial of his aged mother la 1ea Mrsb Brotherton Mr Tom Chinn of the Prentls lor community was taken quite lit oily phold fever recently It is thought he will have an aggregated case Mr and Mrs J E Davidson have been called to the bedside of Mrs Davidsons father Esq P H Alford at White Run who Is dangerously ill IIMradangerously of consumption Her death it Momentarily expected life cannot be prolonged but a short while and the light may have failed ere nowo Mr and Mrs Pon Rogers enter tamed Misses Del a Woodward Mary and Martina Bennett and Messrs E Woodward and C U Smith at supper Wednesday evening A most delight fat social evening was spent is Mr Clyde Wilson son of Mr J E Wilson neat Prentis died Tuesday night of typhoid lever and was buried Wednesday at the China burying grounds near Clifty Sulphur Spring a He was only 16 years of age Anoth erson of Mr Wilsons is quite ill ol the same dreaded disease Ptof I S Mason Pleasant Ridge was in town yesterday and made Tau REPUBLICAN a most pleasant call Prpf Mason will begin a select school at the Ridge the loth of February He Iea teacher of marked ability and a natural tact for the work His spring term will be a splendid success Hrq PII Alford White Run who has been very ill fur quite a while is gradually sinking and his doctors have pronounced his case hopeless Squire Alford is one of the countys best citizens He has lived a long and useful life and is now about to pay theII common debt of man Heart disease Is his troubledMrs S K Cox was called to Owensboro early in the week to the II6rolhertouIn her eightieth year from a stroke of paralysis together with the Infirmities of old age She waa a very highly respected and honored citizen The friends of Capt and Mrs Cox deeply epmpathlz = with them in the loss of their mother Mr W C Blankenship and Miss Laura Barnes were married Wednes day at the residence ol the brides father Mr Geo II Barnes Beaver prominenthyoung families in the county Cupids trl haveeIbeeu fond lovers lor quite a while which insures a future of happiness TUB REPUBLICAN congratulates them both upon tHlihapplesr event oCd lifetime Newville has had quite a little stir socially during the past two weeks Mrs Albert Brown ran oil with Roy Rltchlson the 7th feet to Evans ville they returned to Owensboro and toak lodging at separate hotels Afte a wek of high living she returned to her desetted husband Thedi vorce suit has been withdrawn an Brown still claims to be a married man Stfnge things do happen but of all the strangest is the pardon 01I suck a monsterous ofiense against th sanctity of the home God and hiSI children Mr Melvin Wells of near Fords vllle committed suicide last Saturday morning at the residence of John Has ton by shooting himself with a r- evolvertihe ta known Wheth er he had grown dlspondent with life or been disappointed in a Joveaflalr this secret is sealed In the tomb with his lifeless form It is hinted that the latter is the cause It occurred very unexpectedly and to the surprise of his friends He was suppposed to be making a fire when a pistol shot and a heavy crash upon the floor toldI a different story PL11N WELLS Puts a Bullet Through His Heart in Ohio County Deed Was Suddenly Done and No Reason Was LeftC DeblndtMelvin Wells a wellknown young men who lived about lour miles north Fordsvllle committed suicide SatJ uidaj morning at 5 oclock says the Owensboro Inquirer Wells was a farmer thirty years old and unmarried He lived with his lather and at the hour named got up and made fires in the house There was a pistol on the mantel in his fatherss toim and alter he badl made the fires he took the weapon and placing it against his breast firedl bullet through his heart No further particulars of the trag edy could be learned except that there was no known cause for the deed He had had no trouble of any kind and was noted for his pleasant disposition and genial good humor The Inquirers informant said He would have been the last mesa I know that I would have expected to killt himself The young man bad Dauy relatives this county and some in the city SELECT KY Jan 23 Mr John Shultz Narrows has moved into our mUltlEtq Martin our new Magistrate reports a great deal of business on this court Mr J C Taylor sold his farm last week to Mr Lige Jackson Mr Tay will tart in a few days for Sher man Tex where he will make lets future home Mr James Shields captured ffgray eagle last week that measured seven feet from tip to tip Mr Q White of Flint Springs who has been quite sick for some time is to be Improving Mr Mai on Taylor Beaver Dam was in our midst recently buying cattleMrs Hollcroft while eating some the other day discovered a peat about the slztof a buckshot The value is yet unknown supposed to be about Etoo- Master John Allen who has been sick with pneumonia fur several days thought to be much improved W S What is the chief end of man asked a Sunday School teacher The end whats got the head on replied youngster a CENlRAtGROVE KY Tan 15Mrs L J Iglebart whoj has been dangerously ill for several wteksls much improved it is thought she will soon recoverrPro JX Davidson closed a very successful school at this place last Fridays 4 The entertainment at Mr J E Cur tis Saturday night was largely at tended and was quite an enjoyable oft fairMiss Ada Park has about recovered from a severe attack of umpsfMiss Rose Loney is tives near Beaver Dam Miss Rlllle Hobdey of Indianapo spent last week with her auntt Mrs R M Hobdey Mr and Mrs JP Miller and little spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr H B TaptotstMiss Mary of Mr Bob Matthews neat Ceoe this weekIMr S B Snell in Centertown Sunday the guests oCI the family of Mr Tboi R Bishop Mr and MIff Harlan Paught spent Sunday at Mr E R DlshopacMr J L Rowe con fined to his item for several weeks with the grip is Improving d Mr W P Tlchenor and family vIa lied Mr B M Faughts family re cently Mr and Mrs W E Benton Cen tertown were the guests of Mrs Ben tons sister Mrs J W Rowe Satur day and Sunday Mr S B Snell moved to CoolI Springs neighborhcol this week Mrs J WTanner was the guest of the family ofRev K M MlllerTues = day ACNBsiXj H Admiral Scbleys Popularity- The enthusiastic demonstration made on the oxastaa of Admiral Schleys appearance at the theater in inrstance of the naval herns popularity He has been received with equal en citiesdwhere pe pie are supposed to be al mst or wholly devoid of sucks thing sentiment Even Chicago coarse isemaking elaborate a to en teruin the Admiral when he reaches there and he may expect a vociferous welcome when he These demonstrations ate not a I manifestation of slobbering foidnesj but they reveal the American charac ter in n light which shows it to ed wining t do homage t tbi brave serviceable and hostile to every attempt at injustice In any form The people ere anxious to rebuke the at tempted injustice of the naval clique and to resent the Irjury inflicted uPon a brave manTe people realized that they possess supreme prbwer area they are not slow to warn ibex e in authority who Ire disposed Udo r l wiong that that authority may be taken from them and bestowed upon their Inters1 1 victim The warm reception given Admiral Schley1 everywhere he goes need not be construed into a presidential loam but should President Roosevelt fall to right the wrong done by the majority the Schley commission these de monstrations may develop into some of the sort MemphisCommer cial Appeal Mr and Mrs Robert limiter Small house visited their daughter Mrs s S Trtfnel Utica first of the week Marriages Mr Wm J Mercer Render to Miss Clidie Hoskins Render Mr J M Smith Barretts Ferry to Miss Neoma Gentry Barretts Perry Mr Archie W Rice Fordsvllle to Rosa Carter Fordsville Mr A L Davenport Wyaox to Amla L Moore Rochester Mr Henry H Allen Hartford to Miss Mary L Scbapmire Hartford Mr Joseph Halter Rosine to MIsS Sophia Wallace Roilne Mr Estill M Howard Tafly to Miss Mary L Wedding Adabnrg Mr James Hamilton Dundee to Miss turettle Howard TaSy- Mr David M Stewart Beaver Dam Miss Martha M Taylor Braver DamMr W C Blankenship heaver Dam to Miss Laura Glenn Barnes Beaver Dam Mr Leman Austin Me Henry to Ida Pierce Render Last Thursday night a gang of burglars broke into general store of Whlttingblll Wblttlnghlll at Trisler and stole about Iso worth of dry goods Suspecting that they would return soon to further prosecute their seeming successful fortune Messrs Jesse Miles and R B Whit tlnghllf laid watch and they returned removed a pain of glass and hooked one case of undressed kid gloves observing that V watch was on the ground they departed with tbelt hand wear unobserved and the watchmen were greatly surprised to find that these sneaks had come and made a second effort which was par dally successful There are some parties suspected of the theft and it Is quite likely that they will pay dearly tor all they got Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice the labelon your paper and if your time has expired please send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a newspaper May eve hear from you Must be Tried FraaifbrtT n I41 the Court of Appeals today the case of the Com mon atth uigainst Rowe appealed from the Davlesa circuit court was- eversed Judge Gully not sitting The case referred to above is oncrio which Commonwealths Attorney Rowe was indicted for malfeasance kn ffice ia collecting money from par ies Indicted for Various offenses and giving receipts for the money In ad vance of trial with the understand that the cases must be dismissed The indictment was returned by the grand jury of which AlrS W Anderson was foreman at the April of the court 1901 says the Ow ensborO Inquirer It was tried be fore Special Judge J Robert Haysand demurred to the Indictment akln the ground that he was above lat and could not be tried except impeachment by the senate Judge Haya adopted this view of the case dismissed the indictment Coun Attorney Clements appealed and the case will now bedocketed for trial at the April term of the criminal UTICA KYIJan 14Mr and Mrs Jai R Hunter and son Eddie Smallhonse and Mr and Mrs S I Hawkins and son Ray of Hartford were the guests of Mr and Mrs J S Truniieil several days this week Today they em prised Mrs Annie Lashbrook by assembling at her home for a family re unionMr fas C Drake Smallhoute vis ted brotherinlaw Mr J S Truifaill this weekand attended the sale of Mr J S Tiunnell who la ad minlstiator ot the Josiah Ttnnnell property Dr Thorpe has recently located In our little town having come here from Pleasant Ridge We gladly welcome the dpctor in our midst and- anticipate for him a bright future a number of residences have been erected here and the town is on a boom The school uttbis place Is progress ing nicely under the management Prof W S Thotaasson A large number of students are expected in a few days to attend the normalamong them will be several teachers who wish to keep bright Mrs Buck Pate formerly of Ohio county is lit at this writing Mr lea Huebcer has moved into Ibis new residence College street Charlie Bennett who has been In Tennessee for sometime bcome home to spend the winter with his familyMrs TT ofWnlteaville la vial ting her granddaaghterj Mrs Chas Bbteler Ur7 Win Taylor will have aisle the i5h He expects to BJOVCO Owensboro 7 PANSY tl 1 fTHE TOUCH DOES IT tuon Plasters ale 1Jb your otter- Sriwdathey t hate to us you la pain or la wekntsf and an dogtired hewing you 4 complain about it ThaT went to fun you 4andTry them on what fort Why for any cough or cold you may bt trembled with or any bothering pain or reh or With kidney or llrtr Possibly some old dutch of ranscnlar rheumatism renders an arm or 4lIIthlilgand attSwlth tn m of itoiapa1BensonPorouaPlsetersgcarelyonthe piaster not tit sort that go to slp on your kh1l1k acat om a cushion TheIlot comfort and iptedj relief in the touch ofIthem Ho other external remedy no worthyto I Ions fuiten Paine and ailments melt war nadir them as a sheet of lee does under tht Spring sun You cannot foretell the weather but you can alvaja foretell the effect of Benson FlaiUrir It Is sore M the effect of a hot breakfaet In a hungry nun1 stomach But look out for lubetftutei Get the genuine All drug gilts or we will prepay postage on any number ordered the States on receipt of 25e ach fieabary A Johnson lUg Chemliti NT FELL FIFTY VHHfi Lincoln Smith Tumbles From- a i Trestle at FordsvilleI He Dropped to a Rocky Branch and Was Not Seriously lIurtIr1 Lincoln Smith of Fordsvllle toot a tumble without being hurt that htI couldnot repeat one time In a hun dred and live Smith lived near Fordsville and the other night he stayed in town longer than he should have doneI When he started home he concluded to save tome of the distance by walk Ing across the high trestle just east ol the town on the Texas railroad It was quite dark and when he reached the middle he was not walking straight and stumbled on opt ol the rails The resut was that he fell i headlong alighting in the bottom of a branch that Is filled with rocks of all sizes He had some difficulty in getting himself together so as toget away but when he was examined bj s physician it was found that all the injury he had received was a fractured rib or two The trestle measures fifty feet in height audit hp bad not been leenI to fall it could not have been believed that he did so and survived Owens born Inquirer What this Boys Mother Saysh- as been said by the mothers of many other boys and girls regarding the wonderfulcurative and strengthening qualities of DesNervine HASTING Nai spurnsfor3would we doctored continually he e worse and had ten in one week Our at tention was directed to DrMiictNerr Inc and we began Its use When he spermsdisappearedfor five years la now per feet Mu BMT1NDApL Dr Miles Remedies are sold by all druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded Dr Mllea Medical Co Elkhart Ind WOMANSRELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tle pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Card l will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and Irregular menses WlIIEOFCARDUJ hu brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It make the menstrual organs strong and healthy It is tho provision made by Na lure to give women relief from the terrible aches and paln whleh blight so many homes qallJPfWOODl LA Oct u 9ea 1 tare for some Ur- I VM taken with a ran Jn la aDJreUeillaUIIhadtkeaaofltiwasrelievedI r ms ciA Hu1l Yovrr m dewdrw 1J1IIPo = M l6n T eo TICIIL 4 c oJ tl t 1902 hLEANHIfWUPI SALEr tYa = Wq know of no better way to celebrate tho ad 1 vent of tho New Year than to clean out our houso P of all goods loft over from the old year and to be gin tho Sring of 1902 with everything froshand now First however wo wish to extend our grateful acknowledgements to our friends and patrons of J tho old year fiirttho exceptionally liberaland geri erous treatment wo received atthoir hands during I the ear just closed Niet ee tl bonded a tlone may be justly regarded as the high water mark year of our business If the New Year shall start off as favorably for us as the old one ends wshall rt- I certainly have no occasion for complaint R Beginning at once wo propose to inaugurate tho reIservcd i I a cleansweep before moving into our new build noztIthing new and fresh V We shall not undertake o quoted prides but only ask of you a visit I Again thanking you for your liberal patronage j during the year 1901 wo enter the Now Year with II good wishes for all Yours truly E CARSONCO r Hartford Ky 5 qiIar r EVERYBODYS STORE February 1st is the time for our semiannual inventory I We want as few goods as possible at that time consequent ly we will make it to your advantage to buy NOW Our j broken lots of everything will be sold at quite a saving to 1 the purchaser 4 Jackets and Overalls Hamilton Carheart R Cos unioninndo Tho durability of this lino of goods has been attested to- by thousands jof satisfied wearers We carry a complete lino of these with or without tho apron front Also tho dilleront styles in the Cor- ttsFurniture Remember wo carry a very complete lino of this goodp Everything you need for the furnishing of your houso wo have null tho prices are all right Every article strict ly reliable a eX017S 1 Tiles Stoves are taking the day Their quality is unsur Pfl scdTheyaro an ornament to a room Firebox lining v jf prpporly cared for llt last five years There is none ita equaU IJuy your wifex flo nnd make her huppyj OldUhkory rid Tennessee Wagons1LWhen you buy One of these Wagons you know takeyno risk in gotting your monoys worth Why takechanoc on a that you know nothing 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addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St N Y CitytSold L BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE 0 Rct agm t OJ st4 a c II UtITl i throat acted Rabbi Fever which Taft z C inrlI7IIllflflz PILE CURE A Nw Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL dI EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUntS WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTSIJAMES F BAl UfiD Sole Proprietor 310 North MaIn Street ST LOUIS MP ForrSale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky l t e c r IC p 4 L s Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 17 Illinois ContralRallroadTlma Table New Ilia raid taking rll ct HuaJiiJ tIec 2 1MO at noon Korlli llnnnd Nnnlh Itonfl- NolSJ Joelj n m No ITt do tl17 m- No 101 JaeS47p m No 101 doe 247 p m- Ill s1U1t30 p m No Ill On 84A n Jor1 F ralll114 dn 7Klam No 13 due J67 p1OI S U VixucTEB A otI PISOSCURE FOR UIKIS WHW All L D t Urasn Srrvp Twtea loal UM- In Una br drurtllv CONSUMPTION 1 UP SALT RIVERI he Missouri mOllS Political Expres sion Now in UseT From a recent issue of the Rite bethtown News we extract the follow ing copied iroui an old issue oi thI Hannibal Mo Pott Many yrAni URO brforc the war in ct n politician and tfficfseelter living in Pike county Ihionfib which Sill river fiuds its way to the MifcsiS jippi was a candidate fr the Legit ture Being defeated at the tolls moved into Rails the next county the river where he tried hisfof tune and again moved up the river Monroe county he was a third time defeated but still nndauojed he canvassed Shelby county in his next attempt with as little success as he bad achieved lower down the stream From shelby he moved to Macon and ith the same result When anyone I ade Inquiries as to his whereabouts e was said to have pone up Salt river Little Book ofGreat Importance Do you ever wish for a book that can be relied upon to answer correctly ll the little questions and knotty problems that present themselves day y daya book that will quickly de ide all arguments on all subjects The 1912 World Almanac and Eocy clopedia which is now ready is ex actly this kind ot book It takes the tame position in the world of facts and figures as does the dictionary in beworidof words This little volume containes over 600 pages ol wellprinted agate type very line containing some fact that you will sooner or later want to lojk up The World Almanac should occupy THE NEW WAY Common Sense for Womon Ladles Should Bead of the Latett and Uoit Sec mitul Importation from Franco Womankind Mar roe a Bright Ejea Fair Skin Strength and Good Health Ho aj Dr Lallord the famous French prae tltlonrr who bat devoted hie whole life to th tod of women and baa won the hlftheet dlo tlnctlon through hu wonderfully ancceadul prac lice nraonB the first fa mil lea of 1ar- lu 01 AM A ninuiEWoman la a heroine say the Doctor Bad her remarknble endurance oDd ability to withstand tbe most trjlnfr ordeal compela admiration Sbell a Ion to the Natural Modeity of her aes bleh no often rnnoea her to endure the greatest rial nod antfrrln ilt nie rather thanconault rD her Famlljr rhrMclan fearing to expove herwlf to nemi arr iue tlonlnir and probable examination A MFRHTlUYI- lecomlilnx thin tact early In h14 practice Dr LaUord baa by years ollod nod clone appli cation enrolVedan entirely new method ot treat meat lot all allttieuta peculiar to woman which met olth unbounded incceM and hie llranch OuTcci managed by killed phyilclana under hU perioaal auperrUIun are now located In every large city of Knrope- IJy hU upvrli r method each patient aboolotellt of charge toll and detailed advice npccliilly adapted to berenM tbus avoiding all embarramment or lmonveulenrr and aa Dr La noon remedlea are Put up In thit form of mull dainty wafer they ore e i lly carried and taken atnnytiruepr place without attracting atten ion ThU insure regularity In treatment which In mot Important to n rote arid Kenvrallylm powlble with liquid uniedle Liquid reincdle ulwnya contnlnnlarge propor tion of alcohol whlnky or other llqoor to pre erre them Iron upolllnff Dr Lallorda Wafer n drrmedlclne nod ate poiiltlrrly frevfrom IntoilcanU or narcotic drugs of nay kind noulIs nreJlIHDr Ixillordanreatesl uecw baa been achiev 4 by tbe one ol the CA1KIMA WAPKH Sht nut n Iotent Medicine but a iiclentlne prep rntlooof Vlburnuni or CAIIOMA coIn monly known in Illuck lluuborry nod other welt kujwu herb whrnepUruilve propertle have been known to herbulljitii for centuries Vibur num or illi XlA 10 recognized and wrlbnl by the lendlaR phy lclan of the world an tine best known Hpnlnvfor Female troublra The extremely dlsuKtwubto tuate of thiwu drugs ha ovrrcomeby KklllfulinanlpnlntlonretulnlUK however nil of their rlrtum and 1 renal b and hrsepeeieI ha iv been ocomblnrd aDd prepar ed n to form a dnlnty water eaally takeoieIe- iubodyiing tine mot nuurate nod certain Car or Funiule Vwikncni Nervou rruntrattonlato lul and SuppriMwil Meimm IrrrKularity Ieocor bw or Whltm Sterility Ilrrratlonof the liter Chaincv ol Life In Matrua or Mold Chronic lie cline frlnory Trouble Nervona Debility IrutuiM Flow Tbrenteneil Mlncarriaire Talpltntlon ul he Heart 1ulna In the l ft Hide Cold Hand and Feet Hearing Down Pain llackacho Khort ne ul llrenth KciiMhiR of Urine tiorenna of IJrenut Neuralgia lterlue Dlnplacement and nil thone aynptoma which make the average wo mana life no mlnernhle It make child birth eny nod unvw doctor1 IIIIU A VAIUAIIIE FEATUIIEC- AUOSIA WAPiilHhnve proven abtnulnir to thouBiindu ot aunVrlng women who haw beer madeneilitrOflgftfld happy In n nurprUlnRly kbort time by tbl treatment Tbey will not only cure the mot obMtlnato tale no matter how bug niKlected but an aluo the only known remedy t bateau be aliMoIatdy retied upon to prevent theno monthly recurrence ot extreme pnln and nunVrtnir ncedlewly endured by no many ot oar wom n EUoeIInrt and aDd1areThla valuable remedy lir Ijirinrdn nr1tuft U now on Cute In America by the Importing cleat ot iityle Knilrr 4iiiniiHii who have contracted with Dr LaHord for the exrlnMve igeaev for the United KtnteH A Coninltatlon under the aupcrvlilon of Dr la Bard Ujnalntnlaed and ppvla advice furnlihed nbt lutely fret of cbarire to all who take the treatment Ladle ordering CAItONIA are Invited to write oil about their particular CHMHI Ii- 4elall and are aesurud the must carved privacy it to their eorrioipiindence a no letter Iron ladle are ever published by ne One toe of CAIIOMA Wafer coD detaili laonth kupnly will Leent aerurrly prepaid to any addmui In the U K or receipt ol On Dflllar aMompnnlod by the ol your TOM Afullaadromplete trnatment In rludlng all necnoary medicine onritrltten Knarantve Viva Dollar payable In adraace Thl charge covefa all expeneee Inrludlnfflree edvlr find ron direction There are aoaddN lionel ibaram ot any ktad tbna placing the tieatmeat within threarb otnur i Addre iCoio1atlon Dept Thf WoylriU uUerConIIOlUl7 Uarktt and 54th tilt IhU adipbiara itill a A WORTHY BUCiJESSOH U ww Something Now Under Tho Sun tllreIgases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open aid bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same memo 1 I aimedIand experienced practitioner who has tor many years nuitiern close study and speciality oi the treatment ot Calarih tins at last petlrcttd a treat meat which when fiitblully used not only relieves at once but permanent Iy cures Cata h by removing the cause titoppittc the discharges and curing all inflammation It in the only remedy known t cience that ictunlly reaches the fleeted parts This wonderful remedy Is known as StuiiHes the Guaiencd Catarrh Cute and is sold nt the extremely ow price ot One Dollar cinch package ontaining internal and external tnedicinetreatment and everything necessary A its perfect userSnuffles M Cure ever wade and is ncw itcognized ts the only sate and positive cure ors that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflimation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully to relieve Hay Fever Or Cold in the Head- Catarrhwhen neglected often leads In to Consumption Scuttles wll ave you it you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete G treatment which is postively cuaran teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according totbe direction which accompany each pack ige Dont delay but send for it at mce and write lull particulars ns to your condition and yon wilt receive special advice from the discoverer ci this wonderful remedy regarding your CAM without cost to you beyond the regular price ot Snufflts the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt H One Dollar Address Dept I Fd win B Giles Company 2330 and i 2332 Market street Philadelphiae dashe American household The 1902 edition is more complete than anYol tile former ones It contains facts on many subjects that have recently been brought to the public notice and which every uptodate person should have it his fingers ends Among the features of the 1912 Al manac are The millionaires of the United Slatea list giving the names of nearly 4000 Americans who possess over 1000000 The great Ameri can trusts full particulars of 163 lead ing industrial organizations Organ ized labor enlarged statistics of the strength of labpr unions and the pres ent condition of the labor movement The Nicaragua Canal and the Hay Pauncefote treaties flth Great Britain Progress of aerial navigation in r9rIComplete United States Census An archist statistics of the United States and Europe etc etc to the extent of over i obo topics The 1902 World Alt anae and Encyclopedia is on sale by all newsdeal ers throughout the country for 25 cents When ordered by wail roc extra for postage must be inclosed to The World New York Cure Cancer Blood Io ton Eating Sore Vicer Call lolblnRloTry Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the east est to cure when Botanic Blood BRIm is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pim pies mucous patches falling hairI itching skin scrofula old rheuma lam or offensive form ol catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancereating breeding festering sores swellings lumps persistent watt or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case alter every thing else Jails Botanic BIcod Balm B B B drains the poison out ofthiC system and the blcod then heals making the blood pure ant rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly flBalmtrouble and free medical advice given until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisoils or mercury as so many advertised remedies do but is composed of Purd Bot anic Ingredients Over 2000 testl monials of cure by taking B B B m I pp J A Fine Showing The directors of the Standard Pub lishing Company of Lexington Ky which owns the Southern School Journal has declared an 8 per cent dividend upon lint capital stocVtbla dividend to be paid out of the net earnings of the company for the year 1901 It is the only tock in Ling ton paying eight per cent this year butrgood reserve The list ot booafide paying subscribers bus been incteased Ito nearly five thnusanfjI ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS i COliOJ 00 e1 0 Ii sti itoefIlitUto Marr Alien b ukr runlstfor Ciilt1IlStEJt ENLILISIi In SIMS and I ribbonIullon anil Imitation HujtgrrourtiniciW ar send 4c In for rarllularc Tetton lab aretHIir ror IdIewakvr byili omoHEaraji onaxioxr co 810 MadlMtn Nquarr IlllLA PA uIlespsa- riL i THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern Normal Sohool the great Independent Normal Training School of the South An able Faculty of J J Specialists hns charge of the different Department end thorough practical and comprehensive teaching U done andThe Primary English Teachers State C Diploma Preparatory Elocution Oratory Vocal and Instrumental Music courses are taught We n o t retpectf ully Invite all J lraoasw a toWrtork we are doing In our Uw School BOWLINA GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE The leading ButtneM Training School of the South TbouonJ Tht Nltltltl hltlIfCI complete a course ft wilt pay ton to Investigate what we burr All tine anICommercial Branchf are taught Including llookkrtpiig Shorthand f regularLawXeomnanship13iin1nrai1ractlceeicu the work 9ait14tz0uretudents alt II1 uiilvctKiIly World aiiil icctwrul ucver In fallthCCOmiflerClatSttidents will be in daily attendance during the ltlon of honor and tru t present scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH aWBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Cataloguei and Journals Free Address H H CHERRY ntral Manager Bowling eren Ky I lli lni tJlli 0 Oh CcatrClirnlt Court WT Own Jnirt JK ho- wttroey Owronlioro T II UliuV Jailer A- ndereori Clerk liowon holbrook lstertoin U 1 IJkcui Trutro Jury Fond h btevru Sheriff llartluril lV ntjr ihertffL hurLer T II Ilrnton 1 U Taylor W I- ITIDI1 e fCourt cuurrur Oral Uuuilny In Jlnrtli ail AtaRtul unit routlanni three wtetsaod tblru Uondrt tu May and SoTcmWr two weekS CuuntyconrtJ I Mlllrr Judge it 8 linn onOCUrk M I llrnrrln Attorney hartford jTCuutt convene flnt Monday ID nub month Quarterly Court llrgln on the third Monday April July October and January Court ol llnlma ConTcDM Sell Monday la Jan naryTnndny nftercund Monday In Utlobrr Other Umnn X Moslry Surveyor Khrerr ii lloyal Assessor Fordirlllo Eon Roger School Hoperlntendrnt Hartfurd L St Hunt Orrour IcUcII II Taylor tembrrT December T IDOl W A Hone Crntertown Fcbrunry II May It Auiruit it NoTrmber 4 IMl T A Ryan Fonlirllle Mnrth 1 June e Sip Umber S December t IDOl II r Ornrr lialorilMmth SI Jan 0 SIp ember U Ufwrnbrr 19 1 Wt O 8 fltihuRh l aadn March 4 Jane T 1101 Ivmbcr 8 December 8 IDOl ConstnblcsW J Sttirart Stands J TJ Den nl IrrntU Jerome Aura Jingo I L Nfbiou IloforO Zlollrlovio CrvlcIM K Church month at It am and 7 p m and fourth Sunday at 7 p m 1raytr meeting every Vedan ay CTecloft BT J C Trtrle Tutor BapUit Churth Serrletn held rrrond Sunday la eaeh month at 11 a m and 7 p m 1rayer Weet 11101Imonth at It a m and 7 pm thy J U liar neil IJftlorISchool TruntM Hartford Jai I Miller J H Glenn W O llonlwUk W II Maniy Woodbury Tlniley IL E Thomas TownTrutrcelt T Colllna J M Mattlnirly Shelby Taylor EVC Ford A I While Hartford Cocrot Ceciotla A O U W meota second and fourth Wedaea day nIghts Knights ol Equity meeta aeeond and fourth Sat urday nights KnlghU ol Honor meets Seat and third Satur ilortilRbU Hartford Lodge No CTS F 4 A Ma oni fleet Monday night In each mouth Hough Hirer LodxeNo UOKnlghtiof 1ythla mretaerery Tuesday nl ht- 1rwton Mono 1ot No 4 0 A R hold ret nice mHtIp Saturday before flratSunday In eaeh month All member of tho reafetlrt locgee are invited attend all metlno NEW THROUGH LINE BCJWCIN CVtHSVILLC AND CEICACOA established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evausvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D Et Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUNDDaily Ex Sun Lv Evansvlle 730pm 730 nm Ar Chicago 7ootm 700pm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840 pm 8jonm Ar Evansvllle 8050111 sop m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent n WORMS I A FORTUNEFOR5TSAn opportunity to pet thousands of dollar in cult It offered by THB MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMER CIAL APPEAL to the subscribers making the first correct or neareat correct gun on the number of bale of z Cotton received in Meraphla from September 1 1901 to and Including April 15 1902 the only provision lielnp that each and every guess must be accompanied by 50 cent for a years aubscrlptioa to I 2 THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL 3 The Great New Farm and Family Journal of the South C The first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis from September i 1901 to April iSi 903 will bo awarded In cash as follows tII 4 received In December IU 5OOO If received In 1 o I To bo plainer the proposition Is limply this If tho correct or correct guess Is received September tho fortunate guesser will receive In cash If not received until October the Kucur will 900000 If not until November 1500 o If not until December Ss ooooo If not until January 350000 If not until February 300000 If not until March 100000 TiLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL ia time greatest new farm and family jojrnl of the United States At only 50 cents a year It gives len and twelve piRe weekly of newt specIally prepared 1 farm matter by Prof 8 M a and children department by Mrs aue a rellgluttH rot e with Dr Talraaffe Sunday sermon and a Sundayschool lesion a short story and a continued story the lalisi market reports Washington and many columns miscellaneous news and information Paper Can Uo Sent lo Amy Address and Goes Cr dUd IB Vary WaUInf H BU CONTEST ON MARCH 31 1902 at mldaif hi but the guess U to tut on the number of bales of co ton receiredla Meuphli from September I IWlto April IS I 1901 lacluiin the octal Bturn of the Cottoa J5i chaafe to be the flfurea upoa which the conteit la tube decided la aider to help eiery use to fitaie cloiely sad enable then to make a dOM yuee the receipt la Meraphlt brtweea the dlltl for the put oUt years are giu WIow vtMr nlr sfwIl m received I N nasa tApeIt 15 IBaS piOevZkr rttsrSee l M- trm Sept i lass t Arm na 1e w XM i or tIa relT 4lB MphlnZmltmrt I ICOS 5 April la tASl 4l 4 I Xamker SC Ir IIa rnrlerd ic NtrrHpt 1 ICSt iaAIIBM 55050 4usbr balee C XbrrbaIsar p5 1 iSIS etIrr541I April 1C 18r1assees IS 1HVV t April in IIiS7 vvww vzr rk CttU retvlrr I 1 I HX t April 1 101 5045- N will b recorded wber postmark show- iettrwaaniailMlaier than narrh 31 But under nocimimttinretwtll ageesS be recorded where letter is received at the CommereUI Apptal offlcc liter has Apnl J 1901 no natter wbat eIl or SEND FOR A FREE SIMPLE COPY Makt remittances payable to aid address t TuB cOMMERCIAL APPEAL Tenu 2ZTImphls ANNOUNCEMENTIllinois Cuba I Illlaol count Kiennlun to Cuba will leave fbleairn HI I IODU Cincinnati nod touicTll- IJanuaryO Iv3 tractile same point on the return February 11 A delightful voyage arroM the GuU of Jleileo a sIitj4ttyi- stay on the Inland ot Cuba Including a vWt to Havana Mataaia the Valley of Inmnrl the rave of Mia Mar and other Interesting point under the eocortof the Amman Toarltt AMoHatton llatea from the points will be 116600 for the round trip which amount will laelu l all expennee everywhere Itlnerarlea giving fall particular of your local Illinois Ceo teal ticket crest Mardi Gras Tila occur Xw lean Fbrnary lOan II 1WH Font rxrartlon rates will eSec i Sw Orlcana specific dotH which your hoe ticket agent will able ndiU joo I Mexico Janu- ary35OO at Or Ix to be to roar ftll Milco TU Illinois Central under tblnlcn the Tourist Auoclatlon I l lOdlIII California on In on of HO ol I coadU1tfd San Francisco as follow Via New Urltan and the Konthem Ilont every WrdnnOay from Chic o irrry Friday from Cincinnati Toll particular concerning an ot the abort can I be bail of agents of the Illlnol Central or by ad dressing the nearest ot the undersigned rcprwwn tatlTn of the Ceatral- WuI WmuAY D r A CeW vOrlcan J A ktiTT D I A MempaU I W A KIILOXU A 0 I A Louisville I WHITES CREA- MVERVHFUCEl MoctlnQunUlr I For 20 Years Has Led ail VornifiemaUicoUW S03U33 XI1T dXX XXTTGrC3rXr31XS Prepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louts For Sale by J H Williams Uruaojst ria ibrd oiorA A A JIJJJJJJJJJJ JJ J JJJJ Americas 6t41 011 Republican Paper v 41 EDITOKILY FEAH ESS11 = AWAYS t 4lNewsfrom all parts of the World Well written 4 original stories Answers to queries on all subjects tt 41Altlcles on health the home new book and on Work 41 About the Farm and Gar len A t l WEEKLY IITEROCEAN ft 41 THE INTEROCEAN is a member of the Associated i 2 PIes and also is the iinly Western newspaper rtceiv it cil1InI the combined telegraphic and cable news matter of 4 the New York Sun and New York World respect 111 ively besides daily reports from 2000 special corre U spondents throughout the country No pen can UU ft 41WIlY it is the BEST on earth I 41 y special arrangements wo can furnish Tim RE Uf41 PUBLICAN and this great paper for only 115 Ad 11 dres all orders to thetIi4n U = Republican t 41 Hartforn Ky 3rn- Sea t i 5 i wcc fi i fV t I 4aS J received In February It received In i1arcIi 1000 1 i 1nearest Iiip9ioooooo receive MEMPHIS Tracy woman1 Howard gossip mlttanee CLOSES uiatioatl 7l1 postmark WEEKLY mentioned Iiy4 CONSISTENTLY REPUBLICAN n SEND GUESS AND REMIHANCIN SAME LETTER I guess that the number of bales of cotton received in Memphis from Sept 1 1901 to April 15 1902 will be bale Send paper to 1 POI tolficet iCountyr SJate Enter guess to t Postoffice MM State USE THIS COUPONWHEN POSSIBLE It Sited out properly U le cut ecrVury to write a letter with It A RARE OPPORTUNITY 1 GIVEN AWAY FREE I RAU F4MUV INDI N PI TURB EIGHT IN NUMBER j USDS MultiPlain prig TWELVE IN NUMBER Uin Tim Color GoVEepkte in Golirr TWELVE IN NUMBER ofbetUIifUlthe Sunday Commercial alternates ivUh the other and in order to- get them complete subs ribo at once SSo a 135for six months for the Sunday mile That yon may be convinced scud tuf for Ot4fl co j ire feel satisfied that it will please you and thakyoti will want THE cOMMERCIAL TRIBUNE COtOINOINMATI OHIO U 1- T pp m orAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY 4rII jAMOLIMIAd4nw ad oxrctpesdeacc to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY i GOOD TEElil TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS l ARE IYOU DEAF tit 2OOO 1Illllhor ANY HEAD NOISES fALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARI HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE byour new invention Only those born deaf are incurable I HEAD IMMEDIATELYF 1981Crlnttlyost B JAroutmyhearlnclntlilaearcutlrcly F cdrtlmfor rnonlh without any eueut consulted norm ber Of pbytlclautt anIon oUrs Ihr riosi inraient ear peclalltl of tlili 1ho lold vie that only an operationc6uldlelp inennil eveS that or1 temporarily that the head uoitc would then true the licnrJox blTrttei coy would Iw I then saw your ndvctlsemcntoccIn1erinily In aTIcw York r ned ordered trttt merit After I had used It oniyacw daya according to your directions tlieuohicaerated mid youhcIflh1ynn4beto1cmaIu t occupationfeil r 4K4TERNATIWIAL AURAL CLWrtJTBM LA SALLE AVE CHICAIO ILL C l 01