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Central nllnro44 J n 4111 LB B rortaformation addratl A WOP 4 TL is 4tk Ms Lo2avl- 11WulTTT1OIAIl4tIdtO PA IOlUrUlt J bIAtrirflnPisAst MISbiDROPSY d17 atUut HrtUrd trf all tnaptoaaa rvad TIMC4t3S aad TM AT tnaUttatt f L Lsuua MH JIaIC Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per yeaiin itdvgnce THE CASE OF CALEB POWERS Ito One Qf the Most Outrageous Po jiticat Persecutions oftall TimebI JnterviewWith Attorney Robsti o eipt C Kinkead of Louis j ville Some Interest ing Facts Louisville January 16 The near approach ol the time for fllHngthe blllof exceptions and the pelllf the case of Caleb Powers has awakened inttrtst not only in Cincinnati but ht this city as weUr public oplon being aroused to a reot markable extent The success of the Cajeb Powera Defense Fund inaugu rated by the Commercial Tribune end resulting in contribution frojn Dem cents as welt as from Republicans and from Saulbern aa well as North era States U taken as a strong ladlI cation f outside beJltCia the inno of Caleb Powers lad the Unix imity ol expression front the hundreds ofoetrIbutors is asking its impress la Kentucky GOKlEUTEft TAKD ALONE Itia only lair to Kentucky to say tke cUp In thc gutlt of Caleb- Powers I exists In official and political circles under Goebelite influence only while among the people In general even atspng those who iodine to be lieve him guilty and they are in tileI minority there II a demand that he have abirand Impartial trial dlfcnlt Jhojgk Ut attaJiupeAt may j seemWith a view to procuring for the O ynaj lai TrJbBave a aUt rat ofC UJt vital JMjilUjtf t ea e jear cot respondent called on Ur Robert C Knleaot thTs eltae of the orig j I al end cottnllel forPowers I 11mIDaioa of jieifnry by Flnley B Ander son and tbe notorjopa charge ol ledge Cantrill to the grand jury of Franklin connty are the result CQWNS t JK JHKCAS8 The counsel who have appeared on behalf pi Caleb Powers some of them being stillln the case were Governor jon ojxlgof thj city Judge James c Sims of Bowling Green judge Jeme B Flnnel of GeorjetpwnMjjor W C Owens off Io 1syJieRpbptC XI kedtl01 this city P R SampanndJudge J U Tlneleyof Barbontville LP Sin chit of Georgetown Judge George Ge u at4 Wpp4p Dn1PMz1 toni John Smith of 1cria John Douglas of Owfogavllle and Judge Jerry R Motion of Lexington the service of the latter gentlemen hav I 111twas obtained with jome difficulty and It iahla desire thtornutto give theluHeatcredltlath geaUeBjeaat eoclj wtth JBj aB whohayt been waging Rallaijljght pp behalf ol a pereec ed pn The interview was dictated by Mr Kinkead and live the bl8ten of Ihe case in full IKTBKVIUWJVIXH MR KINKEA- DKr KUkaad ihae joa may ob leetlcm to taakltia tte ient ftlre litton to some f the mtterUl points In the Caleb Power mlJ Aa a geji ral rql saldJJtr Kin keadj aa attorney U reluctant talk for pablj lt jiab5Hltpr f ltterilbli so muck has been pub Uaheclthatlt uufwe in rej tlon to the Powers case especially that I am perfectly willing to state some facts for the benefit of the public that the people nay know to some extent at least the persecution to which Mr Powers haaBeen sukjected I desire fist 01 all however to correct a statement made lathe Commercial Tribune pi Jaluary n in which it is Ute4 toaf rm a Democrat My first vote was east for President Oar field aad neater ram tbat time to thli hafe ZbKn other than a Repub llcan My copnectioa wtk the Powers c4steftOm the day of hi arrest aboatslx week after Senator Goebel wassbQt I have b eR llIcnJdur ng both of his trials and have heart the te tlreany of every wltnes whi has testified and I say uneqqivocally faattbera is not a word ol comptten or crt iUe teftimony ln the record o J e4thar trlaljthat haiia tke least de gist JMtlied he verdict of guilty Ja th ftrW 14 beta bef n a tr S S bunal from which the political feature was eliminated the motion of the der fense for peremptory instructions tob find the defendent not guiltywould In my opinion have been sustained Court of Appeals very promptly the judgment In the first Another trial was bad and al conviction followed and it is from thee judgment In the last trial that the apII peat Is now being prosecuted with al1II absolute certainty in the opinion ofc counsel for defense that a reversal will be hdcHave the conditions changed to nch an extent as reported in theB Democratic press as to justify thet statement that Powers can have a fairI trial under the indictment Mr Kin keadf Such a statement II unwarranted as was demonstrated upon the last trial in the Powers case which was concluded in October The Goebel teg hIVe made the conviction ot Pow era a political issue In each campaign that has followed since the death of Senator Goebel and it is a singular fact that each trial of Powers was forced by the Commonwealth just upI on the eve of each election although tie was not in either instance ready or trial and It is my opinion that I just so long as the Goebelites can useI the death of Senator Goebel for politi purposes these trials will be kept np aad convictions will be breed through in every instance that theJ Commonwealth desires a conviction unless the Court of Adpeals will give uathe relief we ask on the present ap peal What will be In your opinion the ultimate outcome of these taSelI ULTIMATE TRIDMFII OP JUSTIC8 No one can tell I have an abid fig faith in the ultimate triumph of justice and believing as I do In the absolute innocence of Mr Powers it is my opinion that be will finally be acquitted but what that man has suf fered and the indignities to which he baa been subjected are enough to arouse a feeling of Intense Indignation in the heart of any human being ac quainted with the facts The real crime of which Mr Powers has been guilty is not the assassination of Sen ator Goebel but that he was elected as a Republican against the will p r the Goebelitea to the second highest position in the State of Kentucky vlz that ol Secretary of State Mr Powers is a young man of the most superb courage but of delicate constitution a gentleman of refine ment and education and is today battling against the most terrible combination of circumstances that it is possible to Imagine lie is in a weak physical condition absolutely without means to conduct his defense In a proper manner has been In j for nearly two years figklng everyday for his health In a miserable an- tIquated unhealthy jail and the object of the most bitter hatred on the part ol persecutors who not only hate him but everything Republican and who possess the power as has been demonstrated on the last to trials of forcing a conviction ofany aiRtpublltanlullt or Innocent whenever see PATE OF GOV ROIl TAYLOR Early In the history of these cases I thought Governor Taylor had maije a mistake in leaving Kentucky but when that thought was in my mlad I bad trot had an opportunity ol judging to what lengths the piotecntlon could go in these cues and never dreamed that such results could be obtained in the courts of Kentucky as have tot lowed in these trills I am firmly eonvlqce1 from what I have seen and know that if Governor Taylor ba- dre1tq4 in Kentucky his political enemies would to use their familiar and and polite expression have broke his neck long ago One of the great obstacles is the obtenyon by M Powera of a lair trial baa been the finpcoo reward fund appropriated by the Legislature for the prosecution of these cases It has been the Incentive to the most malic bus unheariof nnd infamous jury and subornation of perjury thai it is possible to hnaghxeas has been Poveja od4emonitfate4 by the de I lease in the Povrers case and yet the Urtui6crit would make it appear that but lltilet the 100000 haseve een used for any purpow Itlst rue likely that but little of the fundE has been actually paid out but it eant be conjectured why that has nott IWITUOUT MEANS TO BttlNG W1TNBSSE3 At each oi the trials Mr Powers a hssbecn greatly hampered by reason f the fact that he has not had the necessary means to brlng the witness es to court many ot whom were too poor to come and the compulsory processes of the court under our prac tier tire cot available to the defend ant unless he can pay the expenge of his witnesses Furthermore he has not had the means to investigate many facts and that would be of Inestimable to him 11 thoroughly looked intoTbe Commercial Tribune deserves the greatest credit for Its efforts on behalf of Mr Powers and I feel cer that if the true facts in the case be understood throughout the and breadth ol the land everyc and woman with the least spark humanity and regardless of politi cal affiliations or sentiments would to his relief most generously Is in sorest need and Republicans least for whom he suflets ought further assist him to unearth the behind this prosecution He will need all he can possibly get Is it true as has been heretofore reported that the juries that tried Mr Powers were composed exclusively of Goebel Democrat It certainly Ira fact and the methods restored to for obtaining those juries are matters of record I do not know how the fact could be more clearly shown than by the affi davit of Mr Powers filed upon the trial from which It appears that out ot 135 names drawn from the jury wheel in Scott county for the October term there were only three Repub licans nnd the wheel was exhausted and oat of 165 men summoned from Bourbon the adjoining county by order of the xmtt there were only two Republicans making a total of five Republicans out of 303 men There are about half as many white Republicans in Scott county as there are Democrats and nearly hslarge a rela tive percentage ol white Republicans Bourbon county Tbe jury corn missioners who placed the names in wheel in Scott county are all Goebel ites and the officers who summoned the jutrymen from Bourbon county were all Gotbelltes The Commonwealth had five per emptory challenges so you can very readily see that Itwas an absolute Im possibility to get anyone on the jury except Goebelitea The jury commis sioners ot Scttt county were appoint ed by a judge of the court What arc the facts upon which the prosecution bases its charge that Mr Powers is gidlly of the oflense INTENSELY BITTER FBBLINC You must remember that at the time Goebel was shot his contest against Taylor for the Governorship was pending in the Legislature Peeling was Intensity bitter and it was the universal belief by the Re publicans in Frankfoit and talked of by some of the adherents of Goebel that Goebel had a purpose if the con teat was decided in his favor and Tay lor refused to vacate to seize the build ings by force and drive the occupants IIont and to that end he had secured a large force of men who were in Frankfort ready to do his bUdlng and had a large number of rifles and ammunition to assist in the forcible ejectmentReMfzIng this fict Mr Powers together with several other Republican decided to bring to Frankfort large bodies of men front different sections 01 Kentucky to show by their presence that if force was resotted to- by the Goebelitea would be repelled but ttielr principal object in coming was to petition the Legislature not to deprive them as citizens of their rights under the law by throwing out 11 the contest the votes of va thrum counties in the State In order to keep within the law against car tying concealed weapons a number ol these men were instiucted to bring their rifles which they did carrying i them openly The first crowd reached Frankfort Thursday morning Jan nary 25 1930 went atoncc to the State House grounds stored their guns were given breakfast and dur ing the forenoon of thht day held a public meeting In the State House grounds which was orderly and quiet where rESolutions of the most conservative cature were adopted and a committee appointed to present them ito the Legislature rRIGJrr OP PETITION RCPUiBD The Legislature refuted to receive the petition and that night almost be entire crowd returned tojbeir 1i hOes No violence was intended and none resorted to Goebel that morning walked through the cement blejl crowd and not a word was said 4birn or the hast demonstration e against him Goebel was shot on the State Hotijc grounds on the following Tues day January 30 while on his way to Senate Chamber and died on the following Alter his death botbelites realizing the fact that could make political capital out his assassination if they could by any means conntct any of the Repub Hcqa officials with the crime formed conspiracy to place the crime upon Powers and Taylor They immed iattiselzedupon the fact that Pow ersJt 4 jeen instrumental In bringing thetrowd ofmountaln men to Prank fort called by them the mountain army and set to work to manufacture evidence to show that the shot came irom the window of Caleb Powers officeThey of first found a bullet hole in a hackberry tree on February 12 some what in line between one of the wIn- dows of Powers office and the point where Goebel is said to have fallen when shot A string was then A stretched from the hole in the hack berry tree to the center of the sill of this window and the line was ncob 1 structed by any natural object The lit question then arose as to the exact point at which Goebel was standing lug when he was shot as it could be readily seen that in order to connect the bullet hole with the window the line must pas through the body of Goebel as he stood when shot The facts however did not fit They could not move the hackberry tree nor could they move the window so to make the facts fit they simply moved the point on the sidewalk where Goebel was supposed to stand eight to ten feet north of the point where he actually tell It was admitted by the Common wealths Surveyor upon the trialof the case that he was not in Frankfort on the day Goebel was shot but the point at which he fell was pointed out to him about two weeks after the shooting and further that a devil tlon in the llneot onehalf Inch at the point where Goebel was standing as selected by him would carry the tine entirely away Irom the hackberry tree urtherI re the physicians who held the autopsy on Goebela body alter his death testified that the bullet itf Its course through Goebela boly wasI not deflected in the least but made a perfectly straight line having a fall or declension through the bodjrof i 13 16 inch per Soot U was IhownI furthermore that this being the fact the bullet would have buried itself luI the mound around the fountain in theI yard just behind Goebel and would not have reached the hackberry tree by about seventy fedIIt was farther shown by a practi cal gunsmith who examined the but let cut from the hackberry tree and the same witness who bad op the first t latestified lox the Cocamon wealth but was this time Introduced by the defense upon the failure of the Com monwealth to Introduce him that the bullet showed frpm the rifle marks upon it that U had not been fired from a rifle but from a Colts pistol 1 simply state these facts to shgw that the bullet was likely fired into the hackberry tree after the death of Goe bel for the purpose of making a case against Powers office to demonstrate that the prosecution Is not had in good faith and to show to what un just lengths Powers enemies have gone to work out the conspiracy formed against him How could the fact even if admit ted that the shot came Ironi Mr Pow ersoffice window prove hlmpltof the offense charged- It would In no wise prove his guilt but the prosecution has been determined to place the assassination in Powers1 office The admitted fact othllldess that at the time of thejkllllng Power was on the tralnt en his way to Louisville and had in his possession the only key to his office that was known to eJn exist ence having ns testified by the Com monwealths witnesses locked the door of his office when he left that morning about two hours before the shootingTo the absurdity of the po sition 61 the Commonwealth It is on ly necessary to say that Mr Powers as well as every sensible man knew that the death of Goebel would mean tue absolute and certain defeat of Tay lof and the other Republican official in the contest asi at the time Goebel was shot the Republicans believed that a majority of the Legislature would vote against Goebel and in favor of Taylor upon the question of the contest nd this sentiment was expressed byMr Powers on the train i when he was informed that Goebel had been shot for the Commonwealth I proved that hen he was informed the sheeting of Goebel he Immediate ly exclaimed that it was an outrage I and would forever ruin the chaneioC the Republicans towlalri theconi tests OnreachingLonlsvtllePow rs learned thatlhe rumored shooting of Goebti wise fact and purpoecJor 1 4 which be had gone to Louisville was immediately abandoned and he re turned to Frankfort that afternoon awl was arrested on March to l TEOTH A3 TO GQV TAVLpB What connection was shown be twten the mountain army so called and the killing ol Goebel None whatever but on the con trary five men have ben indicted as of principals in the killing Powers be ing indicted as an accessory bete the oi fact Not one of these five men came to Frankfort with the mountain crowd or had anything to do with that body of men be itIa it a fet that Governor Taylor immediately alter the shooting bad the Bxeutive Building filled with Brined men to protect the all8ulnla Noon the contrary it was shown beyond any qesstion that at the timet Goebel was shot Governor Taylor Willb sitting in his private office in consul lion with Senator George Alexander Louisville and in all the other of flees throughout the building the officials and their clerks were engaged in the performance of their ordinary duties When the shot was heard there was oi coursesome excitement mans body was seen lying upon the pavement in the State House grounds In front of the Capitol Build lug but it was several minutes before was known to be Goebel After his lody was carried out of the grounds crowds of men gathered and threatened in the most vloleatJanC guage to blow up the executive on BulldlrXr and mob the occupantslt lug claimed at that time and for Sev eral days afterward that the shot came from the third story of the building Caleb Powers office being on the first floor- hsQffitieut time clasped between the shooting and the receipt of Information In the Executive Building as to who was shot to have allowed the assassin to escape easily The armed men were not I pjaced In the Executive Building until after the threats of violence to Its i occupants had beed made and not un til fully fifteen mlnntues after Goebel was shot Governor Taylor requested Mr Stephen G Sharp now the United States Marshal lor the Coving ton District to Jake such tepsas might be necessary to protect the building and its occupants What are the facts in relation to the Governor calling out of themlll by Governor Taylor The Commonwealth attempted to show t tthe militia was held in readiness at the arsenal at Frankfort anticipation of the kilting of Goe bet hutjttiiaislm is absurd upon its free at Itwai shown beyond nyI Question bythe most reliable winces es militia from the arsenal wliere thiyf had been for a tong time did not re chjtheState Hpase ymndB for fully jiprty pjlnute alter Gocel- as shot and were then called out by General Dan R Collier the Adju tftnt Generalunder Governor Taylors orders tbe order being sent to the militia Captain by a messenger on oota distance ofnearly half a mile u Whit about the testimony oi Wharton Golden and W H Cnlton and the other persons charged asac accomplices with Powers The persons charged as accom plices have testified against Powers 1 Wharton Golden W H Culton and Robert Nosks Golden and Cut ton are both pow under the same charge as Powers Noaks was ar jested on a warrant charging him with the tame offense as Powers audit was so evident that their testimony had ben procured by improper means as to wake their statements absolutely unwoithy oi belief They have been allowed absolute freedom with out guards to go wheresoever they please and although charged with exactly the same offence with which rower is charged Culton alone has been put under bond but bond was refused Powers Noikssince the first trial has made a statement that his testimony was poured by improper means In tWecttbat it was false anti he did not appear at the last trial Culton and Golden have appeared nu merous times in these cases as wit nesses for the Commonwealth testi lying with a halter around their necks as the court refused to dismiss the indictments against them before they took the stand and each time they enlarged their sphere of knowledge that to fit the different conditions that torn time Jo tlmearoae It Is true that their testimony if credItable1would bs somewhat menu tloaai po one Sieves anything they say and under our practice the testimony ol accomplices is not to be considered unless corob9r ted by oth er testimony and as I st4tedat the beginning pi this Interview there has not been a single fact or circumstance proven to coroberatethe statements otany one ot these three witnesses flWe showed that each of them had ad having received pay for LTbeliltbtre are two otherwltness ea who figured in the first trial who were absent upon the second trial vie George Franklin Weaver who testified that Jie was in tketat House grounds at rankfort at theII time Goebel was shot and saw n rifle barrel pointed out of the window ol Caleb Powers office when we proved beyond a question that at tbe moment Glebtlwasshot Weaver was 150 tulles away from Frankfort at Gray son Springs this fact being provenI bythree men who caw him I whom was talking with him at the time the Information fthe sheeting Gotbel was received at Grayson Springs His tesmony was clearly to false that we demanded of the Com monwealths Attorney that he should arrested for petjury This was de cined but be was arrested on the af fidavit ofone of the counsels for Pown era lie was allowed nominal bond has gone away end 6pfar as wehave been Labte4Ino at Uas ever been made to bring back for trialiANDERSON I Plnley Anderson was another witness I for the Commonwealth on the I first trial and testified to the fact that Powers had told him that it nobody 11Powmter tbeflrat trial Anderson came to Louisville voluntary and made an af fidavit in which he swore that tbe testimony he had given on the former trial was absolutely false and it hadtl been fixed up in Cincinnati for him to er tell the story that he had received on money for his testimony and the Commonwealth did not introduce him the second trial Why did not Judge Cantrill vacate i the bench upon the last trial when the agalaltIed to preside The affidavit was as strong as an affidavit could be drawn as and states exact facts What is the general accepted theo ry as to who killed Goebelj I believe that every honest man who is acquainted with the record in these cases and some outside facts which are not matters ol record and cannot be until the prosecution sees fit to make them matters of record believes that the killlo of Goebel was ntt the result ol a cotiHplracy and that only one or possibly two persons were in anywise connected with or had any knowledge ofit and when the truth ful hlsjory oi this whole aflalr is written it will be shown that the only conspiracy in this whole matter was the political conspiracy formed by the adheranta of Gotbel after his death to make capital out of his assassination by attempting to hang Taylor and damn the Republican party Cia cinnati Commerciel Tribune p era Confer hood Poaon Eating Rorea TUrin tout XoihlDC to Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pint plea mucous patches falling hair Itching skin scrofula old rheuma tism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancereating breeding festeringsores swellings lumps persistent wait or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case after every thing else Sails Botanic Blcol Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blcoi then every fOrt heals making the blood pure and rich aqd building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drug stores r per large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mercury u so many advertised remedies do but is compoed of Pure Botanic Ingredients Over aooo tesll monlals of cure by taking B B B m II Not too Young to Marry Among the people of Europe there Is no fixed age at which people may marry and as a consequence children of tender years frequently assume the responsibilities of wedded life In Austria a boy and girl having arrived at the age of fourteen are considered to be old enough for matrimonial purposes aud the law allows them to marry and begin housekeeping BI soon as please In Germany a man is not considered to bave arrived at a marriageable age until he is 18 and in France and Belgium the man must be eighteen and the girl fifteen In Spain the bridegiosm must have ar rived at the mature age of fourteen and the bride must be a staid young lady of twelve The law is the same in Portugal Hungary has a fuu marriage law- PqYCathollcsthe marriageable age is considered to be fourteen for the boy and thirteen for the girl but for the Jjptestants It is eighteen for the boy iid fifteen for the girl Why the distinction In Swltwrland aud- I Greece the ages are fourteen for the boy and twelve for the girl the same aa in Spain and Portugal In Spain Greece and Portugal boys and girls mature rapidly aud a toy of fourteen there Is as old physically aa a boy of tfgbtteti intho wire Mttkwaj SM II but it trmB stranethtt hardy mou tiaineers of SwlterWrid- wbere there no such exeaMi child marriagcS should set haa wRtrimonyIrnartisgepp0t- hould go to Tutkey Tberetitbe1l yr allows any boy and girl who cju walk properly and nndestkem- eaning of tile ntttlll1rreligions xervice to bt married or J1f lit Bulgaria and Servia girls are allowed H marry as son as they cease to be babies and the girl who Lstio en Kaged by the time she ie ifxWii i considered hoprfeas old maid lir America A w mar never lo efl hopei a man dlhtrEscbillgtoo Rev J M YlngHng P91 of Bedford St M E Church CambJBt i W jland Md says Xtaordinteg 1ColictI 1 have used It and know ottxerswe- have never known it to jail1 For ale by all druggist rn O A 19 or O3W XUaV J tintitSrsDr etI Coming of the iHorufDtj Extract from a lecture ofexGpT lor Robert Taylor of Tennesset I saw tbe morning wiUjerulT and burnishing browlttaIit f the horizon and shoot sunbeams at the vanishing night and tc1u-p and gather the stars and hide them in her bosom ancf bendfcdewH and tickle the slumbering world wrtK r straws oi light until it awoke With laughter and song A tnonsVflffbn gle calls from the tosy fire of the eat heralded her coming thoasafd smiling meadows kissed her gaiBteaUU she passed and ten thoasaad gVf deus unfurled their flawery fljg It her The heart of the dadkItthrobbed a tribute of blrdso g asid the bright water rippled stajody welcome Youth and love 8At ijaudJ4hIi might last forever r r Romarkable Cure ofCroup A tItUS Det IMtttnit smregs1lug fndlftbought a bottle of it from A Eraeot Goodwin SD andvr ea flhome with it the poor ttjiiciWh- ardly breath I gavethe i4feQ- as directed every ten mintitecHiitfis he threw up and then I tkeXgV sure he was going to choke tedegi We had to pull the phlegm oaf tfkl f mouth in great long Wrl g8i lsjau positive that if Lbad not gettfeat Kat tie of cough medicine yjrayw snot be pn eatth tdayJoeLpsi Inwood Iowa For s ct1aIl i gist l4rtojust alter yon have Palda secnpy e debt 44 THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Tre t yy Drunkards are IlelngcuyedDmlly- in Spite of Thoms14e No Noxious Doaea NqWecelgM the NerVeD A Pl wnt and Poaj tlve Cure for the LlqWoVHablfr It is now generally adraaa that Drnnkness n dUMJte ajyT raaadicating liquors requlraiLan jMitfc t4 capable 01 neutralizing and eradUat lug this and dear craving for intoxatanlTSilierefi now cure themselves at Mit tIscfcbusinessCold Cure which has titafter many years of close Awlybtiil treatment of inebriates Th i ful use according to directloM eIwonderful discovery is poef guaranteed tocnretbe most obattaMe case no matter how hard altirjfikw Our records show the marvels transformation of thousands otDTuq arda into sober industrious ai4vj ki right men 5 Wives cure your bIil8baudsII Ck dren cure your fathers 1 TkM t edy is in no sense a nostrum bafTl specific for this O aa41s so skillfully devised awl prepared thatt Is thoroughly soIubWpn pleasant to the taste so caa given In ft cup of tea or mfftwtaii MIngcine themselves prIeure- medy and as mauy more IY1JMit cured and made ay haying the Cure adminiats4l- oviugfrlenda fa and relit e their knowledge In cofee air iatM l believe today that di M drinking of their own free lnot welt Do not be de1i4i4 p parent and leading I Drive out the disease atoaoajIWfcr all time The Cure is sold at InttUprice of One within reach ol everybody a =ment more effectual that iit Ingja6 to 50 Full dire tJaacompany each package 8 Vice by Bkl1l d physicians What quested without extra GI Satt prepaid to any part of tk receipt ol one dollar A I Edwin B Giles Cpii 1 and J31Market street Ph taO t AH correspondent MrkUy eiNM n4a1 l I Hartford Republican I Mi FIOV by U Hartford rub Co1swcpovaIii V E itireilitjlimord pcstoffici is secondcrlSSmall mile I IIiFRIDAY JANUARY 24 THE CASE OF CALEB POWERS I Caleb Pontrt has been tried twiceI before Judge Cantrill against his by two Qbcbel Democratic juriesI over his rno t earnest protest in each initance he was convicted and sen tenced to a living death in the dingy old penitentiary at Frankfort The oflense for these sentences is simon pure Republicanism and his election to the office of Secretary of State over a member of thelSOO Goebel ticket Powers has labored against great odds the Commonwealth itself is a I great power to combat with but the 4 influence of that 100000 blood mon I ey greatly strengthens the Common wealth The fumes from the cor ruption fund have induced perjured souls to come hither and testify re ceiving immunity and reward A story is told them the scene is the Goebel murder the palace is Frankfort and though they were in Gray I ton Springs 150 miles away or in I the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and Virginia their vision is excel I lent they see gun barrels protruding from windows in the State building aclound of smoke is visible the sharp harsh sound ofa rifle is heard i a man is seen fall miraculous con- versationsz are beard plots of conspiracy are told to every rake of creation and every Republican that ever saw Frankfort is responsible for the mur der of Senator Goebel one of the un fortunate is Caleb Power The author of this nicely laid story is Tom Courthouse Campbell a noto irons character who fled from the fury of an outraged populace from Cincinnati by the light ofa burning court house This professional gath erer of perjured testimony is the counsel employed by the Common wealth of Kentucky which guarantees to every subject a fair and iinpar hal trial to invent fabulous stories that will convict innocent men Poor indeed must be the cause of the Com I monwealth when it resorts to the services of such a man as Tom Campbell whom Cincinnati citizens burn ett their court house to destroy Besides having a professional criminal lawyer to lead the prosecu tion the Commonwealth has on the 0benclaman who openly boasted in his announcement for the U S Sena torship that he was responsible foi the present Democratic regime at I Frankfort notwithstanding the fact the people had ordained to the con trary and for this service to the par ty for his partizan and partial rul ings for the infamy heaped upon the L judiciary and his own bead be bas ed his claims to promotion at the I bands of the Dembcratic party Un der such circumstances it is no won der that convictions come on short notice per order just before elec tions when it is a party necetsity a party demand The case of the much abused and persecuted Caleb Powers will soon go to the Court of Appeals the highest court in the State for a second re versal This court will unquestlona bly reverse the Democratic party as represented in its political jurist Jas E Cantrill and in reversing Cantrill the second time it should pound a little common horse sense into the head of the presiding judge that he may act with some compunction of conscience hereafter and it ought to forbid his sitting in the trial of Powers J or any other accused of the crime Lltofbeing elected to a State office on the Republican ticket r Out Of THREE HUNDRED MEN sump raoned as jurors to try the case of Caleb Powers only five were Republicans and not one was chosen o- nt either jury All came from localities i strongly prejudiced against the ac cused seeing but one sidof the case bybt of partizan hate harboring in their bosom flames of party passion and personal animosity fanned to active pparty service by cruel and biased of a despotic judge The unfortunate condition of this noble brave chivalrous young roan I certainly appeals to the sympathy of all men outside the realms of party passion We believe in the absolute F innocence of Caleb Powers and from x tbs manner of the prosecution its I conduct and Cantrill Maysville speech cannot understand what con dition the mind that sees otherwise 4U mea are agreed that Cuntrill 0 I fihoujd have vacated the benchon the filing of Powers affidavit that the Jury should be fairly and impartially elected that the testimony submitted i 4 ought not come from trainedwit taeeses duped and bribed to swear ac Icuingto necessities Those believe in the impartial adramistra ti tion of Justice cannot do other than IconsureCantrill and the prtecutiou for the character of the prosecution f S If the time shall ever come wbenPow en is tri dbla lair and impartial I trIal judge ansi jury he will certainly bo vindicated There is no case in hiilory so clearly and objectively out lined for persecution of the innocent there is not n parablees WHEN we go into the bank break ing business well take all in sight leaving the tacks of silver and claiming the boxes of gold We aint much on free sUrer no way air you Messrs Marsh Keeley Mills Gray TilE interview of Mr R C Kin head consel for Caleb Power oo first page is a lucid statement of the trials Kentbckys outraged Secretary of State Read it CANTRILL has had his Senatorial as pirations nipped in the bud Now will be not vacate the bench and allow an impartial judge to sit in the Powers case HFIVO guyed by the boys the Hart ford bank burglars replied Oh well were gentleman of our class Yes hutthe class Boys you hit the wrong town dont you think An Honest Lawyer Newport Ky Jan uA Case without a parellel in the Campbell Circuit Court was tried today The style of the case was Brown Terrell vs Hasse and upon its calling de lenJants attorneys were absent Mr Terrell one of the plaintiffs arose and said he was a practicing attorney ot Covington and being directly in terested in the case he did tot desire to take advantage of the attorneys on the other side and asked for a contin uance A messenger was dispatched for the absent attorneys but returned without either and the court ordered the case to proceed Mr Terrell as attorney witness and one of the plaintiff was request ed by the court to make a statement to the jury lie proceeded and created a mild senation so stratghtfor wad we e his stteinen s in detaillrg sides reading the answer in full of the defendant in which it was alleged that having given no consideration for the new note given by Haase it could tot be collected Alter conclud- Ing both sides the court instructed the jury The latter was not out more than five minutes when it returned a verdict for the plaintifls for the full amount ot the nth and interest The amount of the note was 731 Mr Terrell Is a young man and was but recently admitted to the practice at the Kenton bar He was compara lively a stranger to Newport attorneys until the conclusion of his case today when all were anxious to make his cqualntanc and the verdict of the audience was that a real honest law yer had been found r I Hows This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ol Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney CoProps ToledoO We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last filteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obli gatlon made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- WaldingKinnnn Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally 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 best For the Love of Us The triumph ofDewey at Manila Bay was not only a victory over the Spanish fleet but a victory over the nations of Europe that had practically united In a movement to make com moo cause against us in the Interest of Spain The unctuous and hypocritical Lord Pauncelote the British ambassador at Washington was particularly active in the movement in spite of his protestations ot friend ship Russia alone stood out and re fused to take past in it Prance en tered the scheme reluctantly and Germany though willing enough felt some trepidation about incurring the hostility of this nation When Dewey sank the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay the world opened its eyes to the prowess ol the American Dweys feat sounded throughout the world and gave those who wouldotherwise have been unfriendly to us cause and j made them count the cost of the un dertaking The result was that in spite of the pleadings of Austria the Indended assault on this country was prevented England all alone has been claiming that she alone stood out as our friend during the crisis but the truth can no longer be bidden Russia our traditional friend seeks every opportunity of demonstrating her good wishes for us and though a I despotism and we a republic this country Inot likely soin to forgot htr kindness 1Just now the cflort nil over Europe seemps to be to court our friendship and to minimize the part that nation took to toim u European coal ition against us Finding that we well too to I getIwilling to do anything now lor the love ol us since they have discovered that they coin not harm us so long as Russia remains our friend The deli cate attention shown us by Prance Germany Eiylend and other European nations is to show ns that t whatever may have been thought dur ing the SpanishAmerican war no Ill will exists now and that desire of is to cement the bonds of friend already existing The visit ol othIerour affairs and make it as pleasant as possible to us The lesson ol it all is that we should be prepared for a united attack at any time Things move quickly in these days and we never know when such an eventuality may occur We should set our house in order complete our coast defenses and increase the size of our navy The cry of economy always rnlsed whenI the proposition to build warships comes up Isa false cry and it keeks a false economy It is much cheaper as well as much wiser to avoid a con filet by being prepared to repel It thin it would be to suffer the disaster which would follow should a conflict ensue Memphis Commercial Appeal Peace Staue for Manna Cltveland 0 Jan 23 Because Of Senator Hannas ciTotts tl bsing about more amicable relations between tire labor and the capital and because he was conspicuous in the recent conference in New York between a nutn ber of prominent capitalists and labor leaders a hundred or more of his friends in the city this afternoon presented to him a fine statue emblematic of Peace The figure is lull length of the finest marble and Is the work ofan Italian sculptor In replying to the presentation address made by Judge Sanders who referred to Senator Hannas part in ths last two Presidential campaigns Senator Hanna after disclaiming asia personal credit for what had been ac complished in 1896 said in referring to President McKinley I remember as I looked the last time on that noble face cold in death that it seemed to me as II the worl was done It seemed to me as If it that beautiful death there had ended lor me all ambition But time gave me the opportunity to think and tc remember the principles for which hs stood the principles to which he hai devoted his lifes work and then I knew that my work was only half done that what might remain to mi ot lite ot energy and ability to execute should be consecrated that these principles and policies might be per petuated J A GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale o Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist ot Cas cade Iowa What better recommen dation could any medicine have than lor people to call for it when again In need of such a rent c Try them when you feel dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you ate certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by all druggists m CASTOnXABern theKad You Haw Always Bought Slrr IOld Shinplaster ShinpUster currency is a rare sight in these cays but the Danvllle Advocate tells of some recently brought to light in Boyle county- A colored man last week deposited at the Citizens Bank several bills ol postal currency which was issued during the Civil War on account of the suspension of specie payment They inc ot the dominations of fitly twenty five filteen ten and five cents and are in splendid state of preserva 7tlon They had been in the posses sion of the colored mans mother since the war until her death a few weeks ago Elys Liquid Cream Bilm Is an old friend In a new form It Is prepared for the particular benefit ol suflerers Irom nisal catarrh who are used to an atomizr in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new preparation It docs not dry tip the secretions Price Including spraying tube 75 cents Afyonr druggUtsa or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New Qork will mill It A niin once wished to make money He recured a good store He stcured good goods He secured good clerks He made no money He then turned on hIs store the light of newpp per advertising and let the people know he WAS in busi ness and why He kept this in the dark no Ibnjjer- Tbin he mode money Boston Herald Boys Dream Comes True Pittsburg Jan 22 The dreams oi Edward Glaub 61 Ross Station on the West Pennsylvania road came true Three nights in succession he dream led that his little fiveyearold sister Mary was burning to death Yester day afternoon she with A number of otkers was skating at Rois Grove There was about n dcztn boys In the skating party including the girls brother Edward nged sixteen Afire was built by the skaters Mary was standing by the fire when the flames blew against her clothes ftettinc them on fire Her brother tore the burning clothes from the girl She was taken home and a physician it called but despite his efforts she died In a few hours afterwards Ed wards hands and arms were badly burned IIAdlaeeems somewhere IS and has waked up with the same notions that be had backin the last century about the Tarifl as an IsI sue for the Democratic party Adlal was away somewhere or he would know that the TarI Q was work id out by the Democratic party It won a campaign partly on the Tariff Issue and partly on Republican dissatisfaction with some features of the Harrison administration and used its I victory to make war on the Industrial forces of the country thus precipitating hard times and a financial panic Befcie the Democratic party can hope to win on a Tariff issue all 01 he men women and children who suffered by reason 01 the last Demo rratlc victory must pass away and n new generation come who do not know what it means to close the mills and factories With the Tarifl for Rn issue the Democrats would be foredoomed ti defeat but the use of the Thrill for an issue vvould produce hard Times by causing manufacturers to reduce their output for fear they might havvtci readjust their business to a new Tartfl scaleAdlais advice if taken would work incalculable Injury lathe people besides insuring Democratic defeat Better let the Tarifl alone Chewing guru would be a safer Issue for the Democrats Jersey City Journal Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complain td cf pains in her chest and had a ba4 cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tioos and in two days she was well mdableto go to school I have sired this remedy in my family for the pas severs years and have never known It to fail says Prendergast merchant Annato flay Jamaica Wes 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 counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia For sale by all druggists m p Child Burnedlo Death A little girl four years old a daughter of Russel Talbot at Utica 1died Saturday from the effects of burns received the day before The child was at home alone when the accident occurred and the only thing that throws any light on the tragedy ws- a broom which was burned The child lived about twelve hours though the flesh was burned from the bonts In several placesOwensboro In quirer Would Skin Him and Tan His Hide Chicago Jan 20U I had the power and ability I would skin that man salt his hide and tack it up on the barn door before the ordinary preacher could sharpen his jack knife This was the attitude ot the Rev F A Hardin former presiding elder of the Rock River Conference publicly stated toward Prof Charles W Pearson at the regular weekly meeting of the ministers in the First Methodist church today Bursting with Indignation and tak lag every opportunity to scorn the professor at the Northwestern University for Jtis attack on Scrlptura1 miracles and those who preach that they are literally true the Rev Mr Repairing Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well made and all of the old ones are racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma terials arc used in the patching and the pitches dont show through the new glow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourself you and the bottle TliU picture represents the Trade Mark of Scottn KmuUion and Inil the wrapper of every tattle Send for free sample J SCOTT It DOWNE 409 1cail St NVw York SOC and ft all druggists a Htidin worked hard to have tbe meeting take some rction against the prolisjor Severe others present were labor stRndITerry prt fessor of the Garret Bible Institute rush the Rev J P Btuhinghaui pMt sr cf the Ilr t Church nun n ttu te of the university liUxikcd any nttempt to do this ThIS action was taken apparently to allow the trustees of the univetity to take the initiative in the proceeding O osorOaADtn the lbs KiIIJ Yn hail Aw2JS Buzlt- SJgu Gr turo a itFavors Pension for Mrs Mc KInle- yasbiitn Jan 23 The Serne Cottiiiiitue mi IcnMOjs today nidne a favorable rcpoit upon Senator Han nas bill in granting a pension 01 5000 a year to Mrs Ida S McKin Icy widow ol the late President Mc ICinley In a report on the bill Senator Gal linger cites precedents for the proroi ed pension among which are the lol lowing Mrs Washington to whon was granted the franklin privileges Mrs Liulse Adams widow of Join Qaincy Adams to whom n pension was granted the widow of James K Polk to whom a pension ol 5000 P year wai grantedr widow of Ziclint Tuylor lo whom the tianking privilege was granted widow ot John Ty ler to whom a pension ol 5000 per annum was gronte widow of Abta ham Lincoln to whom a petition 01 5000 per annum was granted widow oUT S Grant to whom a pension of 5000 per year and the frankinj privilege widow of James A GaiGclt to whom a pension of 5000 per ye and the franking privilege wen granted CAB 011JADetb Ul Ki d Yss hate Always Butt 8rV Ir Chinese Exclusion The people ol the Iacilic coast are not alone in their apprehension tha Congress may not re enact the Chi nese exclusion measure that Is About to expire The whole country is Interested and in fact the few white men comparatively who inhabit this earth feel this interest If we open the doors to the hordes ot yellow met from the East it mtans that our civ ilizatlon will be overrun and blotted out We cannot tope to absorb or assimilate the countless millions that would come to us were the batrien laid down In less than a century the civilization 01 this country would be Mongolian With this point gain ed by the Chinese there will be noth- Ing left the white man but a lew million people in Europe and Ihcsi could not withstand the tidal ways which would roll over them whet menaced front America as well as Iron Asia The white man has about al I he can do to defend and perpetual his civfhiztton at best and even a best the day may cime when thi white man will be as extinct on this earth as is the Dodo or the Mound builderBut from the etbroogical rca sons the Chinese should be excluded 7from this country because they will compete and degrade the labor of the country America is great btcausi her laborers receive ahlerw- age scale than those ol any other nation Living on a higher plane and surrounded by more comforts nnd conveniences they are more intelligent and energetic and possess greater individual and collective productive capacity than any other peope in the world They are the foundations o I oar progress and to degrade them will mean the weakening if not tear- Ing down ofthe edifice of civllizitlor we have erccttd and of which we an juttly proud The clamor that is being made foir opening the doer to the Chinese is a clamor of greed and selfishness Ii comes Irons the great corporations and manufacturing industries particular ly of the East who dcsite cheap labor pnd who would prefer Irce Itboi or unpaid labor If they could get it Congress stould at ouce reenact tin Chines exclusion law and It might br wise to make it perpetual Mew phis CommercialAppeal CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho ASignature of Lynchings of 1901 For souse years the Chicago Tribune has been keeping an account of lynch ings in tlie United States aud pub llshes early in each year the results oUts investigation The record 191 si own 138 lynchlngs ansi of this number lailiive Lcen iu tie South and 14 In the Notth The record else shows that 107 colored 26 white i Indian and I Chlnetnan were lynch ed In IQDJ there were 115 lynch ings which shows an increase o ac for 1901 It is usually charged agalDM the race th it negrce are lynched in tie South for the crime of npe but the records show they ate lynched for even minor t Tenses against thC- law For thelynchings In Irr the following crimes were chargrd murder 39 criminal assault Rpt 19 theft 15 murderous assault rape 8j cattle and horse stealing 7 complici ty in murder 6 qnarrel over proli JORIES AND 1 WILGES3S Sores and Ulcers never become chronic ItIIhgihtin Ibons 8 ttm must ti 4icedof I unhealthy matter throiii tho sore and iicatdanger to life wouUl follow should it heat before the blood has been made pure and healthy anti all eliminated tons the sys tern S6S begintthccurcbyiintcleaui lug and invigorating UItho Central health and removing tram yslct1 A CONSTANT DRAIN eictcZuei UPON THE SYSTEM When this has been accomplished the lit charge gradually sore or uKir inala It is lbctendencyoFtlt Jeold jtI i lit sArcs to grow worse worse alll cntullIy 10 cslroy the boues Local Q applications while soothing and to some extent alleviate paul cannot reach the scat I ofthe trouble S doe find no matter how apparently our condition 4 iv n though sour constitution has broken t down it btini relief when nothing els can It supplies the rich blood- tie etatry to heat sore and nourish tle CIrMV Sic yemr figa my li it Item the kne to rlnllbulfoU1d sssIs the ly veg minerals to tIme digestion and amid to ruuor Ulan relieve tour inner ins If your flesh does not heal readily when ratclr1 bruisedorcut your blood is In lid ci rlitum and any ordinary sure is spt to become chronic Send for our free book anil write cur phywcians about our case We nuke co ch rJl this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA ca iliHrlng 5 mann 4 suspected mur let 3 jmpetltrt ctimlnil nifsult r krpig g4mblit hnusf i supected I ki hug Cdllio i alleged theft I rc sitins arrest I insulting n hlteI woman i turphry i forcing awhile boy ofomnit a clinic ijrace pro jlldic 9 unktnrn reason 5 mistaken identity i The publication o Ibis rrrcnllgltJI sin pleasure to any cnc4 c UZT vtI the hope that publicity may nrmur public sentiment against mob vloVnce and cause Itt fujpitSiion G W DRANK Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well suffer from biliousness constipation Aycrs Pills act directly on the liver For GO years have been the Standard Family Pill Small docr ctro AsldIiti- yrI I I MI lu or trift Ixauluul I son irri f11 Thri UM I I OM K I C Sa a N b ROUGH RILR TELEPHONECOMPANY urourociTtn purifierlnovrlconlas t110Uli Talk being cheap and necessary iou should patronize home folks phonesttalking distance with the whole coun ty and business point generally by only paying a reasorable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense li you say so We connect with all Independent Companies 1or partlcu I irs call on D M Hccker Marajer llarlfjid Ky SOUTHEPINRIRICO Nt Ialr Ioal vllln Unrt Passenger Departnt South Carolina Interstate and West India Exposition The above Exposition one ol the greatest ever held in the South will open December 1st 1911 nnd contin ue until June lit 19 2 Very attractive rates have been arranged from all points to Charleston end the rchedulns via the Southern Railway with its own rails atd entire distance nrc particular convenient and any Agent of that line will give lull Information upon application ou THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionM most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly tbtTo leiirn thiN CCWA lot nil U Iprnnptlyani liapnrtlnlly nil that you hara to do lulolnolt In the eolanim ot The ThrlceaWi Killtlon the Sew York World which tOmet to the- eri1icr tab I ISlillinve A year rliu Thrl iVeek World dlllKcmo ni n pub ll her ol flrit neon him drra It clrcnlntlnn tthrr cr rthfl EnglUh language U ipoken HUtlyon want It ThoTlirlconWwk World regular ubicrlp lion prlcoUouljT lOOperlear WM otter this unrqunleil unrnpnprr und Till lUlliaiclx ltOr prlraottho two pa urea M IJOII00 nsII EXPERIENCEMaiucs DESIGNS I OPYRIQHT8 4cendng a Sketch may I qnlcklr niccrialu our opinion clfrj1 au liifontlnn U probnblf stone itricIIycoiIi4outIa1 lIanclbooltOlt IaZnt IIIt tree 11101 n oll for Bccuriug ptttnti1Atcntj take throueh Mann A Co recetrt p trfal notice without charge ju the I Scientific Jnierican A handsomely Ulaitrttwl wkIy Tamest ruUtlon uny tclenUOa lournal 1crmi renri tour roonthj ft tJoWbjrall 1IdIj MUNtJ Co3810raad1fl1 New lrI IIrauk It D Co pprrprpp4pppppptDOT t lETHE CLOAK SALE I 1 I AT TH- EECONOMYE iDRY GOODS STORE I wolIflJeltfl on which wo will out tho prico just HALF 1j All our Capes go nt COST All Furs at COST ff t 1500 Cloaks for 1000 1200 Cloaks for 800 f5I 400ofig 000 Jackets for 300 500 Jackets for 250 1 IDress 1 We want to clean this department up ready 41 for a now Spring Stock For tho next 30 days wo Iwill give 10 pcent oil on nil Woolen Dress Goods S Clothingtj fJIWe will Overcoats Suits for the next SO days at a special 10 per cent discounts This p includes some splendid values in our best goods CIA t Wo make it n rule every year during January and February to clean out everything left over from fill and winter stocks in order to have Ion ty of room for our now Spring Goods To do this successfully wo cut prices right nnd loft and dur r ing this great stile you can buy what you want at about actual wholesale cost mul in S0lll0 instanco- at fJIless HOlllomhor our stock includes everything fS in tho Dry Goods line j CII Mrs Sara Collins Smith R T Collins Old Stand 1- 44444aI44ot44aI4qP1 IfYou Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for li The Republican S And get all the news all the time wORMS1WHITES v Y CREAMt host Iii Ouiatit OtiilaQulltr for 20 Years Has Led all Worm RoKidiiHSmTOSOX D asTc axx xixvTJooxBrrisTywsrs4 bJ JAMES F mALLARD St Louis For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky ItHE CHICAGO POST THE HOME PAPER Eten FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should red hllr Ue CMcag Post 1 Eierj PRODUCE Shipper should red dally The Chicago Post Erem GRAIN shipper should readdallj The Chicago Post THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE lEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU peperTHE CHICAGO POST Chicago III RentucKys Greatest- Newspaper Daily One Year 312 Copies HY MAIL at a rate LESS THAN 1 C A DAY IhtUlztut Drlhtct ufbeat Parer In tht Sonihlrom lot16 pillS tuillyJO and 24 page on Saturday MmaracJULor owersi0O pWlrU FRee to all jeadlag In their subscription for lOA Year fetor April I IVOL RATBS BY nAIL ONLY SOcYeTHE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY f t2 tt E iq4 Desire to inform their t trade that they are now 44 permanently located in i their t S3 QV One door below A D I i Whites were they are showing a complete line of Dry Goods Gentlemens f i nnd Ladies Furnishings Etc Ect 4 D kWe are also making a general cleanup sale on f- all4 Winter Goods Special t Prices on MillineryCapes c Jackets Furs Collarettess2 L Overcoats Heavy Under i wear Etc A visit from you will be i appreciated as well as Tr profitable to you The place is t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 24 I Ccurt has been In session this weekIus Wednesday Misa Margaret Gnnther baa return ed from Owensboro Cot J S R Wedding went to Ow ensboro Wednesday Supt DeWeene spent first of the week at home Trlsler Mr Wm Hamilton Mcllenry called to see us Wednesday C R Martin jeweler snd watch makerat Williams drug store Born to the wife of Mr Lon Ralph ilagan the iSth Inst a fine girl FOR RKNT Store house and resi dence AddreMDrL BBeanHartford I Mr J H Brown and lion Mister a Roy Render called to see us yester I 1 r day j Mrs II A Thompson Caseyvllle f Is visiting her sister Mrs A C Tay tlor t Mr Sam T Barnett has moved ham his farm into the Gibson prop erty Mrs Settle Dlllman Hopklnsvllle II visiting her sister Mrs Rebecca I VaillL Thousands The Kidney Trouble r nud Dont Know It How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let U stand twentyfour hours a It ael1IllngI lion of the kid neys If It your linen It Is evidence of kid nay trouble desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are put of order What to Do There Js comfort In the knowledge so often eipreiifd that Dr Kilmer Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills eyeiy wish In curing rheumatism pain In back kidneys liver bladder and every part t cf the urinary passsge It corrects Inability to hold water and pain In passing It or bad effects following laO of liquor wino or beer ndovercom that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times Idurlnr the night The mild and the extra I effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won cures of the most distressing cues t If need a medicine you should have the best fold druggists In SOc and 1 tlxes- YouwaV a aamole of this wonderful discovery and a book If more about thattoUsl VT absolutely fro y stains too frequent scalding derful bottle address Pr Khmer R 1 SieRo- a sCo Binghamton N Y When writing men r ion reading II gtoartusofcUr U tMrpapw k4r Pine milch cow for tile guaranteed to be firstclass Apply at REPUBLICAN office Misa Merle Thomoi Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D B Thomas Mrs D B Thomas has been quite sick for several daya with an attack of pneumonia Our old friend Mr R H Barnes Beaver Dam made us a very pleasant call Wednesday Little Park Taylor who has been on the sick list for several days Is able to be out again Mesars J M Hudson and Jo B Roger Beaver Dam were among our callers Wednesday Mr W II Menzy who has beet visiting his mother at Dixon Ky returned home Tuesday Mr James A Thomaswho has been confined to his room for quite awhile is gradually sinking Wedding Suits a specialty Made to your order guaranteed to fit R T COLLINS Agent Messrs Ike C Adalr and Sam Keown Fordsvllte were in town Wednesday to see the wrecked bank Mesars Leslie and Virgil Coope are spending the week at Olaton thC guest of taelr slater Mrs J C Da gaoR T Collins the tailors agent 1 will make your new spring suit or pants and guarantee a fit See sam plea at his cold storage plant WANTED One good agent in Obii county to represent us in the marble business CURD LYNCH 26at South Carrolltou Ky Mr II P Taylor wai In Greenville Tuesday lie was unexpectedly called home Wednesday morning when the Bank of Hartford was blown up Schrceter the photographer Is still at the Harttord wharf with his float log studio but will leave the thiid ol February Go to him for firstclat work Pro S W Crowe who recently cosed a very successful term of scbn 1 at Deanfield made us a very pleasant eaUyestirday He will enter a med foal school In Louisville soon See the special Cloak sale at the Economy Dry Gods Store Thes goods are going to cheap that It wool 4 pay you to buy one and lay it aWl for next winter They will never ttcheaper Ktq P II Alford White Run whft Was reported dangerously ill In our last Issue of dropsy ol the heart IIs still lingering between life and IIeatb The family Is momentarily expecting g the worst to come Pains in the BackAre symptoms of n weak torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and ore a warning it Is extremely ImportantIsThey nro commonly attended by loss of energy lack of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and de spondency I had paint In my back could not sleep and when I got up In tho morning felt takIngtodoto Hood Sarssparnia Mm J N PunTcare II s CopeUnd Pike Koad Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla- and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relievo the back and build up the whole system Taken up an estjay One white a year old steer mark swallow fork In left ear value fro Owner can have same by proving claim to property and p lng expenses 244t G U BAILEY Beda Ky For your new sprint suit see R T Collins at his cold storage plait He Is agent fur the best tailormade Clothing house in the ccunfry and wilt give you a petfect fit at a most reasonable price All work strictly firstclass Cicero Maxwell camp Sons of Vet erans will bold a call meeting at court ball in Hartford on Saturday January as at I oclock p m Important bus iness will come before the Camp and Itt officers and members are requested to be present HH DAVIS Capt The residence of Mr 11 C Shaver In the Beda community was conium ed by fire Monday afternoon loss about 800 Mr Shaver is living in Beaver Dam and the old homestead was occupied by his ton Quite a lot of the household effects were remov ed in safety Taken up as estray one white andi blue cow about six years old un marked Taken up January 7 1902 Valued by S Midkifl and J S Wim salt at 2000 Owner can have property by proving title to same and paying expenses W I WIUSAT- TaS4P Sulphur springs Success in the paste guarantees that all tailormade work done by R T Collins will be satisfactory both In workmanship and price Give him your order for any kind of clothing you may need made to your order from samples ol your own selection Call at his cold storage plant Hart ford Emit Tillord a young man about twentyone years old fell under a Palls at Rough passenger train at Horse Branch Wednesday and had his right leg cut oil just below the knee A physician from Leltcbfield was summoned and the leg amputat ed above the knee lIe was playing the trick of a fcollsh boystealing a ride arid when he jumped from the train slipped and fell under the mov log cars with the above results Miss Nannie Moore died at her res idence near Narrows Saturday morn log of pneumonia Funeral services were conducted by Rev GJ Bean after which her remains were Interred in the Taborbnrylng gionnds in the presence of many friends She was a sister of Mr W H More of Hart ford and had been a member 01 the Christian church for thirty 3 ears pre vious to her death Mrs J 14 Rogers Greenville who went to California sometime since lot her health has grown much worse and telegraphed her husband early in the week to join her at the very ear heat moment Mr Rogers left Green ville Monday night for California It will take tome four or five days to span the 3000 intervening miles and if his wifes health will permit a speedy homeward journey will be made Mrs James Kissinger near Ncalus died Friday night at 8 oclock ol con sumption was burled at the Leach burying ground Sunday at 10 oclock in the presencc of a large crowd of friends She leaves a husband and two children to having died since August She was a member of the Christian church She was a daugh ter of Esq P H Alford White Run I and a sister of Mrs J J Davidson Hartford Crit Parks Haytl got drunk Mon day went up to Mrs Herring ni tried to brake in the house The doors were promptly lockedr4 the marshal telephoned lor whoop peared upon the scrne unfl tnK c ge of the dUtutbinji factor and urnti m HairSplits Vigorfora hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends JAGrucncnfeider Grmtfork lii Hairsplitting splits friendships If the hair splitting is done on your own Head it loses friends for yoU lOr every hair of head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghasILSI a kliit AlKnnlXi If your drunttt cannot sUPl you tend us oiio dollar anil wo eipresa a bottle 1IeureanIIotbonamo-oryournernsezrmomco Addma llJIiM him over to Jailer black who CHtid for him Monday night Parks was tried Tiiwrlaj suit fined 2 50 and cost lie could usslgn bnt one te son for his tonduct diunkeuntss Oidkarly Parks is an orderly Rood lellow Capt Oscar Bishop and family left Monday for Cntbin Ky where Cpt Bietop will engage In the banking business Capt Bishop bat man friends here who with him success in abundnnce which he is most certain to attain lIe is a young man cf un thing energy with undaunted cour age and perseverance possessing quallfkntlons for a useful and active business career The ptople of Cor bin will find in him a faithful and duo tiful servant Marriages- Mr W Viiui Taylor WesteiGeld to Miss Jessie L Martin Westerfield Mr Joseph II Cecil Pettit to Miss Mary Agnes Howard Wbltesvllle Mr O M Sribett Hartford to Miss Martha Ann Grubby Hartford Mr W S Taylor Little Bend toI Miss Purd M Shullz Prentis Two marriage license recorded which we are not at liberty to pub list Notice This is to certify that I have this day set my son Forest Huff free to do his own trading and will not be responsible for any debts that he may make from this date This i6th day of December 1931- 34t4p J J HUFF CERALVO KYtJan 21Mr Gtorge White who taught our public school has entered scbosl at Beaver DamsMisses Eddie Everly Price Garrett and Mr Cecil 1nlkerson left Monday to attend Hartford College Mr Jesse Everly and Miss Allena Reneer went to Tennessee a few days ago and were married Misses Pearl and Jessie Noose have entered the Beaver Dam College Miss Eddie Everly returned from s Louisville Saturday Miss Nino Mllner is visiting her sister Mrs Gilbert Bennett at Liv ermore Ur Thomas Shngart Franklin Ky visited this his old home last WeekMr W T Hill closed his school at the Coleman school bouse SaturdayLouis p Wanted Telephone Poles The Rough River Telephone Co wants a lot ol chestnut telephone poles from 45 to 50 feet long 8 Inches at top Apply to D M Hocker manager office over W D Moores grocery Hartford tf O Think Collier is out of It Washington Jan 22While the President has announced no decision in the matter of the Surveyorsnlp at Louisville the chances favor the ap pointment of C M Earnett or of some one not yet mentioned Ex Governor Bradley and Representative Irwin have brought strong Influence to bear on the President some of it from outside Kentucky in favor ol General Collier The fact that not only Is Senator Deboe opposed to his confirmation but that Senator Black burn has no hesitancy in declaring his purpose to fight Colliers confir mation is embarrassing The Presi dent does net wish to antagonize b3th Kentucky Senators particular as Representative to be McKenzie Moss apd Commissioner Yerkes are for Barnett Notice to Subscribers Kindly notico tho label on your paper and if your time has expired pleaso send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a nowspa per May wo hear from you nUCENTRAL GROVE KY Jan 21Rev R W flanks filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Miss Louana Ford began a four months school here Monday We wish her success Miss Violet Loney is attending school nt Beaver Dam Mr arid Mrs Harlan Faught visited the family ol Mr W P Tichenor Sat urday night nod Sunday 1MItII Ota Miller visited in Beaver D m itweek MIO RuV Tanner who has been vltiaKieitlvc6 at Williams Mines r urhul hnur Sunday 1s III nd Ada Patls were tbo gttttt of their tout Mrs Dave Atn j few ay lust week Mlh Rthei Rowe of Centertown war th cuttit if Uttlt Miss Kern CUt t l VtriV M J M Hihhop who has been ICK t- Mrs improving J V Miller aud children Wlilmtiift Mints are visiting Rev E M ltTt family Aurt AM Miller Is visiting th- flI C i M S R Miller Mi A M Smith of Williams Miii rtutKni church at this place Sundiv AGNGSIA New Bank at Central City trM I Ct JBI 22 The Farm i H d M tb ea it tea bten organ zdhu witi a capital stock of 15 t i John LGiM was elected Presi itoidD r lull cashier Subscribe for TIm HAKTFORD REPUBLI CA 100 per year in advanceI BANK OF HARTFORDfr Blown up by Four Professions al Burglarsare Frighta ened AwayD MONEY RECOVEREDSAFEw TOTAL WRECKo Exchanged Shots With Capt KeownChased to Flats p by Bloodhounds andkPosseCapturedP Early Wednesday morning the cittizens of Hartford were alarmed by report of a mu filed explosionU second and then a third discovered that the Bank of Hartford in full possession of professional bank robbers who were frightenedit away by cillzns leaving in hands grasp and only taking for their trouble a small bag of silver containing too or so Tools from Yelsera blacksmith shop were used to prize openabackt window ol the bank in working their way through the vault to the sate where upwards of 7000 lay Nitro glycerine was used or on the vault lock also on the safe dojr Both the vault and safe doors were blown from their hinges andl he fixtures and furniture of the were considerably damaged The first explosion awoke Judge J F Car on who was sleeping in Carson it Cos store which Is first door West of In the bank He arose and started for the door to see what the trouble was and was met by a guard and commanded to keep quiet He immedi ately gave the alarm over the phoned and by the time the third a number of the citizens were on theN tlSeveralshotlburglars were in the bank but the fact that the bank was being robbed became known and the intruders sought refuge in darkness They lost their bearings and wandered aboutt town until 4 oclock when Capte John G Keown ran upon them at junction of Washington and Claya streets and exchanged eight or tene shots with them By this time thes whole community was moused ands escape seemed an impossibility Evsery point In the county was by phone to be on urdtDundee fhoundsmen followed in close pursuit the bewildered and disappointed thievessAbout ii oclock the posseled by the faithful bloodhounds overtook the robbers in the Rough river fiats above town They realized that they were up against the inevitable and sought refuge in a pile of saw logs on the south bank of Rough Being antbrounded by forty brave indignant men and looking down the barrels of as many Winchesters and revolversp they surrendered without a withstanding they had five colta revolvers just from the shop t- On examination after arrest it was discovered that they had only taken a bag of silver and a revolver from the bank They dropped a package coo taming 282 worth of stamps which the postmaster had placed in the bank for safekeeping when they had the fncilade with Capt Keown It io the opinion of the officials that they have a caught some large game They were safely lodged in jil under guard They gave their names and residence z as follows G G Gray Green coun ty Ky II L Marsh Estill county Ky James Keeley Nevada and Jas Mills Georgia They are evidently professionals for their work in blow Ingup the safe was certainly perfect and lad it not been for the early ar rival of citizens their mission would have been fully accomplished and they would have escaped with a handsome sum Following is a letter found on their person Friday morning Nov 29th 1901 My Dear Hammond Your letter and postal received I am glad to know you are well and doing as you say fairly well and are on your feet I hope you may be able to stand firm ly the rest of your life Kate Lucile Mary Ann Williams and Mary Collins came last Saturday and are still here will go on the 942 train tomorrow morning home Be atryce and the baby came on the 942 train last Sunday morning went out home Monday came back Wednes day to see Sallle married Mr Mor risson came Sunday at noon They were married Wednesday morning at 9 and left on the 942 train west Loulsvilleernaincd all night and as intended I suppose they left there yesterday morning and reached Chi cago lit evening at six oclock Sal lie looked beautiful and Mr Morrison very eltgant like a regular city gentleman Sallie received some very nice presents ard there were some very handsome ones awaiting her in Chicago I hops and believe they will be very happy They are both Christians Had a letter from deat John I expect to spend my Xmu this year In Mouterly Mex Papa and I are going there to live with John Papa will itiy here this winter and perhaps all this year bntI am golrffj now John is private sea rettr to a Mr Robertson the wealth t THEY CRUSH THE POWERS This U written In mkUOctober The long- ppressIve summer Is quite gone Fading withering tree the rustling corn la Fogfrodremember last winter I of 1900 and 1901 he weather wa cruel Ah I the thons uds It killed sad the hundreds of thou nds U maimed and crippled Oh the grasp It laid on men at work women t home and children In cribs and cradle lIwtbgtriDgDayaodgroW worse as deeper into ttralongs Many ere cured by using Benson Porous PUs powerflon the complaints THAT ARE KILLING THE PEOPLE apileatlonlumbagoltdDe1ther all go down before Benson luttrs like a snow image in the sun You cant throw rnoneyaway on aBenson luter Ererybody U going to uso them his season But certain you get the genuine All druggists or we will prepay ustag on any number ordered nited States on receipt of SSc each Seabnry tJohnson Mfg Chemists N7 man in all Northern Mexico lit ets 150 per month and expects to get gas by the first of January Keep paps p sled as to your whereabouts Write at once I will write a more satisfactory letter after Kateand all are tone and I get over confusion With love from alt and prayers and love of mother The above letter was wrltter by a woman and had no name cr address postoffice mark The fact that these rogues were within six hours alter they eft town should be a warning to the profession of that class of American gentlemen Had they secured all the money in the vault and escaped would not have damaged the bank the least for its officers In order to make the patrons of the bank doubly secure carry insurance against burglary for 7000 which covers all loss property as well as money The- image which the insurance compa The Fidelity ft Trust Co of ew Yorkwill sustain will be in he nelghborbcod of 1503 or 3000 espite the wreck and excitement which natnally follows in the wake of the burglar the bank went right along with its business Wednesday nd will continue to do so This lit ie temporary disturbance will be ben to the bank It will guarantee the public that rogues may come nd go yet their money is fully coy red by insurance and is perfectly afe Lightning seldom strikes the ame tree twice so rogues may never the Bank of Halt lord again The bank Is arranging to replace he furniture repair the vault and purchase a new safe as nearly burg ar proof as human Ingenuity may be ble to devise No safe is burglar roof for the means that creates the ame can destroy the createda oat ural law For the crime committed the law only prescribes a very small penalty from two to ten years id the peni tentiary The extreme limit as a matter of course will be their reward ut this does not cover the offense Be ing professors in the trade gentle men of tleifclassto use their ex ression punishment will teach them no lesson but when the law shall have run its c they will return o the basking buslnesss the sow to her mire Its a hard task to teach an old dog new tricks This surprise should be a warning to our citizens every household should have a well equipped gun an organization should be perfected a vigilance committee should organiz ed well disciplined ready to move at moments notice this done safe lowing and bank robbing will be a lost profession Had Hartford citi ena been Jthus organized not one ol these thieves would have escaped his just reward from the spot where the offence was committed- To the world We think we have bit game come seel Brought to Light Atlanta Jan 33A special to the Journal from Norfolk Va says The body of John Pierce a young Headache kills not necessarily suddenly but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the vitality faster than nature can replenish it and we cannot tell just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mind will result Headache and pain should be promptly re movedbut properly Many pain cures arc more harmful than the pain Beware If you would be safe take II MllePain Pills I As a result of neuralgia I lost tie sighted my and the oaIa I have U incmnprehenhlbkbc- lug obliged take opUtu COO tlnaallr A friend gays me one of Dr lilies Pain Pills t tl re llevedme Ithcnpurchuedaboxtnd now oac ve alio cired mr daughter of nervous headache and I heartily recommend them to othenW J Ilie mondTciu Sohttmy DruuJita 25 Doso Iso Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i t i EVERYBODYS STORE Ji February 1st Is the time for our semiannual inventory I We want as few goods as possible at that time consequent t ly we will make it to your advantage to buy NOW Our JtheJackets and- Overalls Hamilton Cnrheirt Cos unionmado Tho durability of this line of goods has been attested to by thousands jof satisfied wearers Wo carry a com ploto line of theso with or without tho apron front Also tho different styles in tho Coa- tsFurniture Remember wo carry a- very complete line of this good Everything you need for the furnishing ofyour house wo have and the prices are nil right Every article strictly reliable r e e These Stoves are taking tho day Their quality isunsur passed They aro an ornament to a room Firebox lining if properly cared for will last five years There is ne ne its equal Buy your wife one and make her happy Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons When you buy Ono of theso Wagons you know you take no risk in getting your moneys worth Why take chances on a Wagon that you know nothing about for aTow cents difference in price Buy one of those and satisfaction is guaranteed i ETD BARNES cfc ERO Beaver Dam Ky I ARE YOU DEAF t ALL CASES OF OR 1 ARE WOW our new invention Only those hem deaf arc incurable F A WERMAN OP UAtTIWORE SAVE TIAtTIHOri Mil March ja M t GntlnuHttotlag entirely cured of Ortettt Iiants you treat M 1 cUt mica sire yea a hIstory mycane to he cur cruou About See rears ago aol this kept en vltlng worse itS J toot m runderwent a treatment ror catnrrli for three mont wilwet n1 V 5uecc n coutiiHed a BOM berol phTiicians ether theinoit eminent ear vi 1irl ci 1tlty1wln told me tUt ontr an o could help me nd rveu tht only toroniT awJolthen cease but the bearin In the accccd carwoiid ti It IYr1 J then saw our ilvtrilicraent ccclen In II N nik luprr m4 ordered your trnf meat Aftcrlliad uwd It onlyafevAlayiaccotrtm 0 nrrcfiin 10 4 today afltr five wrcka my fcctrim the c I ru icrtcrcd I thank 314 bcartlad bcgtorcmalu er1Iml 1 JRV w i1S11dy mtthore UJ Our treatment docs not interfcro v M n Hir Wi at oceiipalfon ii U CURE YOU tiO ELi INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 696 LA iUlE AVC CIMACO ILL man prominent In business and so daily was found this morning In a i canvascovered boat at the fot of Commerce street The head bore an ugly wound and his necfwas broken leading the police to believe that it Is t case of murder Cart Cancer lllood roton rAting j Born Ulcer Coils Kollilnitlo Try Blood poison or deadly cancer tire I the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the easl f eat to cure when Botanic Blcod Balm Is used Ifyou have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pun I plea mucous patches falling hair Itching skin scrofula old rheuma tism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancereating breeding festering sor 1 swellings I lumps persistent wart or sore take Botanic Blood hIatus B B B It will cure even the worst cas alter everything else fails Botanic Blcod Balm B B B drains the poison oat of the I system and the blooJ then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and building uptbe broken down body B B h thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drugstores t per large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given I I until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mercury as so many advertised remedies do but Is composed of Pore Bot tutljtiRer J M Ylngllng pastor ol the Bedford St M B Church Cum her land Md says It affords me great pleasure to recommend Chamberlains i Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have use4 it and know others with never known Itto fall For 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exchange er Williams dna store hartford Ky C P KOWUN Maaser rPTV 4 fJJ q jp k I tgtIttomathsandUoiscf Promotes DigestionChccrfut nC5S nnc1RcstCOntalns OpmmNorpblnc nor Mineral NOT NAIVC0TICdThMz72fl7rhzfl s 1JijJj Remcdy for Constipation Sour Worms ConvulsionsfCocrish- ncss andLoss OF SLEEP Tac5iinile Sgnaturc of NEW YOnIC Ti 4tXACTCOPYOFWRAPPC9 i 4 t CON NtW CITY I un n nn t c rf = r=i iii===oc 3C=w== CA= == A c == == =At A FAST AND RIDF IN THE and in all ON OF WRITE YOUR NAME AMI I I 1 YEARS I JJ 11 rt1 iAiiIJPor The You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA jut CINThUN ou FIELD SON TRANSFER LINEAV BARTFORD sYEASY MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ATHMA CURE FREE I Asthmalonn Brings Instant Relief Permanent Curo Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE POSTAL APUnlSS PLAIMY CHAINED FOR TEft There is lothlng like It brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when alt else falls The Rev C F Wells Villa Ridge III says Your trial bottle of Asth malene received good condition I cannot tell joti how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore tbiott and Asthma for ten years I of ever being cured I saw j our for the cure of this dreadful and disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken but re solved to give it a trial To ray aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Sendme a lullsize bottle Rev Dr Morris Woohslpr Rabbi of the Cong Boat Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and Its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is HStonisning ana wonderful Alter having it carefully anal 7ed we can state that contains 4 no opium chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Aslhmi My wire has been dflllcted with asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on ijoth street New York I at once obtained n bottle of Mywife commenced taking it about the fist of Notnember I very soon noticed a radical improvement Alterusing one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are aflllcted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D f Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1911 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with ii trial bottle I found relief nt once I have since pur chased your fullslz bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work lam now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 street 4 i S 67 Hast 129th St New York City Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Rocolpfof Postal Do not delay Write at once DR TAFT BROS Co 79 East isoth St V Cit- ySold by Druggists A BOOm TO MANKINDS1 Jn DRTAiLER9S BUCKEYE tftI 0 ZOtJF I 4 1 CTGJ 11 it U1 I ILE4U i r Kind RECEIPT Astbmtlene of in despaired advertisement tormenting yourselves Asthraaleue Asthmalere morphine WECHSLER spasmodic Asthmalene Rivingtnn RAPHAEL addressing MEDICINE N 0 j- Jz C c rflMmIlITl PILE I CURE i A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and I = EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINy FAILEDI4 MHES F BAl in sols Picprietor 310 North Main street ST LOUIS M for Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky jI t Qvolc d 7 n t Hartford J Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 34 Illinois Central Rallroad Tlmo Table Sow time eard tuVlnjr etfeet 8nnrtay J tt tHoo ntuoan xullmitiil Siinlh Honnrt No idue 3 3 a m Mo 11 daolMTa in No tin du41 p lu No Ivl due 247 p la- NnlMtlatlt3apnl So131 du513i l- uInrnlj FirlitlH No 94 duo 7tiOiTn NnlMdi lT l ro 811 VlXMICTKS iIit tuHts iitS licit touch Sjrup TsJteiUood Vie la time Koiit br UrnnUif COW SUMPTION LIVING ON A FARM J YIU niiy talk f oUin nn n tarn As icing n Ute oagii Ard most of the people of that class As hsing a little tough But it unkcs no difference wlnt you ray Twill cans me no alarm Po Im no candidate you know Just a man upon a farm And you cant hurt a farmer much With anything ou tell Nonot ball like the business roan And the dude and the swell I know theres a heap o money In business of mnft any form But then that money doesnt stick- Like money made upoi a firm- A j fattier goes handinhnnd with nature Aa he gaily tills the soil All above beneath and around him Was wrought by Gods own band And it matters not with him Though the days be cold or warm Earth is next to paradise to the man Who sees the beauties ufa farm And so it was with Adam When he was cast out from paradise Though his sorrows were very great He knew farming would be nice And surely he had the true soul 01 the firmer of today For he did not lose hope When his pleasures passed away I envy not the great statesmen Or the heroes of these days Though their names be widely sung In a nations tuneful praise their life is but a hustle and A bustle and a heap of alarm Nothing like the peaceful calm Of life upoa alarm I admire the artist very much Whose soul by nature is fed Who can paint in glowing color Of daisy fields meadows and old homesteads With cattle round the barn But then whats it nil a picture of But life upon a farm LAURA SIIERFKV r Feeding Swine Try to teed your hogs regularly Never feed latp especially the eve sing meal It is better to abandon the evening meit than to feed it late When you commence to crossfeed you are not sure what the outcome will be hut rro t likely it will be a dismal fillure Watch your I ojs closely and see that their digestion is good for unless your hogs are healthy there will not be the required anoint of gain Give the the strall pigs a good start POWERFULMENOFTHEEAST An Intontlnp Kiplnnntloa of thcdr Inainnl Htrvugth The 5ret ot tbHr Jlnrreloun VItality and Ntrr Korn Jmlounly lonrdril WODWU ot tbt Harmi Compound A Iotlon Whom Irur mitUe lUeet lire Almost Mime nluni end AituntohtnR tb ItkplIol Th loot hopes ol undent or modern neekew nfter the fountain ol Ierpetanl Voatb run n Hnelr hnvi Aimed hfKlivr thitn tie rennlu athlvved by the mnrveluud roniponud known throughout the lint na HI IOK111I- ITrnrellera rvtnnilnff to Europe hare train time to time brooKht iiHtuuliihlnK tnlex of thervjn seDating uhprodmvd Ujr IhU Wundcrof the Orient Crudely compounded by the Women of the Ilimiu from furmulm handed down orally groin Renerntlun to avnerntion the wemet of thin prep anton Iboo Jewlonnly anrUed nnd known only to the InhinIe nf the Iliireni nod the Court Thy ilclnu III MOKIII1I hniibnMi practically unob tnlnntle pxceptln by lb fuvurrdoiieii for whom It wan Intended llwvntly buKevvrH prominent nntlra Arabian Iyuldan banUbHl fruin hU conulry for political oOvDM uad deprivedyf hU vest poimei sloni bnii nvalled hliHtMf nf bU kuuwledffe tu earn n llrtll hood butttlliiK liljulntlonbT upplylQK thl mar Trfoiw compound IU MOKIIIII to the nobility and wealthier ilatwiiof oil Knroe who ham cheerfully paid him la tin fnni In retnra for the benefits ravlred- Coi teut with the Inrffe Income derived from thl prnctltT thin aged Ibyslclan baa repeatedly retimed very liberal oBoni mol to him for the formula of hlN Itemedy but hffhav finally agreed with the Importing hue ot TilE NOTEVFILLKB CoHrixr ot Ihlladrlphla to put It up In con venient form for uth cxclunlrely lot ho United State nndthU Cnn havlnfrthnczrloilTenKency now offenlt for the first time to the American public Thl remedy must not be mnfonnded with the nnmeronn lurroo vihnniitliin lout manhood and wit nlituie rcmrdlM wbkh are adrertlMit un der n variety nf naine Ha there In absolutely nuthlni whin nclentlflcchemUtry ban teen able pcetieeEltracted groin rare tropical root and herbs KijMOKIIIIUsn remMy fur one pvelfle pur pone which U to utrvnitlben the vital force and prevent decay In molt marvelous ettrcta In nr rtstlnK decay uf the vital tirlorlpliii wpecliiUy In the male being nnparnlleled and never falllnir and ns lIe une In nnlvermil all over theKaitwhere Strong vlrllo non with large lAmlllrauf decen dante are the rule there mat be nu doubt either im to IK lI1ienc7 or beiiedt to the general rs tern WhUelt Is nn Absolute Ipecilic and positively guaranteed to cure the wont case of nervous de bully lout manhood or similar weaknessea doe to exrwsus or yontliful errors It U nlno used with the Kreateatuccw4 011 vltalleer KVHK power to nil weak porto nnd devrloplnit and mnlntalnlnit the full nnturalvlKor manhood It U put up fur the American trado In tablet- turin and though extmeiy powetful jItl ps frrtly harmlms and eaully taken one being a dose and doing the work nt once and so evi dently as to leave no doubt In the mind of the patient Icwlll rnreyouso ns to stay cured Every package Is opened aDd oAlullfJo mloM by the Importers and Is then repacked under seal end positive guarantee to run It will be lent pro plain coy er with toO and complete directions on receipt petaInr11 grkft aid 41b SM rkllis i tii JIJ A WORTH SUCCESSOR Something Now Under Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powder acid pastejrancnnnn cau powerCnlculirely eaten away the same mem- brancs Ihnt their makers have aimed to cure while psten and oiittnents cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who lisa tor many years wne a close study and tnciility oi the tieVuntnt ol Cainrih lisa nt lest puictfd n teAt ment which whet hitliy used not only relieve at epce tut lttiIlHrtilt ly tuies Cats h b Amoving the cause ttupoinc the dch rKt MI I- icniliig nil itiflummat ii It is the only remedy known to deuce that actually reHchra the ifilcted parts Ihia wtiiiiitiful rimtdy is known as Snufiha the Gnaiunteed Catarrh Cute and in sold at the extremely low price ol One Dollar each package containing internal nnd external medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment mud ever thing necessary j to Its perfect use petctI 1Innnoy It cores nil II 1lIlIlIo quickly anti permanently aDd is alto wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fevtr or Cold in the Head Catarrh When neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles wil save you II you use it at once It Is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which ir festively tMiaran teed to cure Catarrh in any f rm or stage if tired according to tIle direc linns whlcbIIccolnp each pact age Dnnt delay but send lor it at loner awl mite lull particulars as to sour condition anti you will receive special advice from the discoveier of j this wonderful remedy regarding your cssa without cost to beyond- the regular puce 01oSnu1nts the Guaranteet1 Catarrh Cure Sent prepiid to any address in the United StAtes or Canada on rtcvipt nj Oe Dollar Address Dept r IJJ win B Giles Company 3330 and i 2332 Market street Philadelphia so they will be agle to go into winter- Il1lUtersln good shapethen they wilt come out abloomlng next spring The hog has paid ciT more mortgages educated more children and furnished food for more poor people than any other animal on the farm Pumpkins squashes turnips and small potatoes will help to make n balance ration for the LOJ during the winter Dont let anything ot this kind go to waste Exchange S SSome time ago my daughter caught n severe cold Sbe complain ed of pains in her chest and had a bad cough I Rave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I lave usetj ibisremedy in my family for the pas seven years and have never known it to fall says James Prendergast mer chant Annrto Bay Jamaica Weft India Islands The pnins in the chest indicate an approaching attack of pneumonia vhich 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 all drug gists m Take Courage- A Christian ought to feel alwaV8 that he has partially failed but that ought not tu be sanguine cheerful thing and perhaps in practical life we could not give a belter account ol faith than by saying that it is amid much failure having the heart to try again Our best deeds are marked by imperfection but If they really were our best forgetting the things that are behind we shall do better next timeRx- r An old bachelor says the difference between a folding bed and a woman is that the former sometimes shuts up of its own accord Cheerful Disposition- A cheerful disposition can be culti vated and it ought to be it would be Christian gentlemen anti gentlewomen No one has any rightto go about scowling and grumbling with eye brows contracted and wrinkles on the forehead It shows a want of refine ment There should always be sun shine in the speech and the tacautt- hatitnisyhe there it shouldbeta the heart The happy hearted they who will rot suffer burdens to oppress them because they love God and trust Him ASK Druggistfor 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE tVS CREAM BAL- Mnireallellefntonre It rlMiBMn aootbes and heat the dlneiued membrane It cures enturrh und drive awn n cold In the CATARRH head qlckly It s Isorbed Heal end LULU NMtHU protect the Membrane Hwtures the HCUM tSmell Full she tOe trial sire lot at drncnUts or by mllIKtV DI I Elys Liquid Cre ra Balm is an old friend in a new form It is prepared lor the particular benefit of suflerera Iron nasal catarrh who Ale used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and soothing properties of Cream Ba IO are retained in the new preparaU6q- It clots not dry up the secretions Pride including spraying tube 75 cent At your druggistss or Ry Ot others 56 Warren Street NelTI Qcrk will mill it rj = f t r j t 1 35 rIi IJ 4l u rrir r i THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING 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Morton Poet No 4 0 A R held tea clan mtIg Hatunlaybeduteenetlundayln each- iaoith All member of the reiw tlT lodges Sr Inrlted attend nil meetin- gsNEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN EVANSVILLE AND CICCOAestablished fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwees I Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is ns follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 730pm 7300 m Ar Chicago 700Am 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago S4opm 8joam ArEvansvllle 8053 hi 550 p ru Through sleeping cars ov night trains and through free reclining chair your1local WOIiMSl r Toeoeoeo 0 OtKMO 0 0 0 KMO0 Ot0 Kra p 04K oeoeooe s I A FORTUNE FOR 50 CENTS8 An opportunity to get thousands of dollars In cash Is offered by TUB MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMA1CR 8 9 CIAL AIPUAL to subscribers making the first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of hales of j 0 Cotton received In Memphis from September 1901 to and including APril 15 1902 the only provision hieing that each and every guess must be accompanIed by SO cents for years eubecription to g THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL I TIle Great Newt Farm anrf family Journal of tho South o I The first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis from September I 1901 to April 15 1901 will be awarded In cash as follow O If received In December II 5000 If received In Janua- ry35OO 2Tobe plainer the proposition Is simply this If the correct or nearest correct guess Is received In- O S the fortunate guesser will receive 1000000 In cult If not rccelved until October tho sucsstr IS will reccie i000oo It not until November 5i50000 If not until December 3300000 not Until January jsoooo If not until February 200000 not until March 100000 g TUG MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL U the greatest new farm and family Journal g of the United States At only 50 cent a year it give ten anJ twelve Ilgu weekly of tietna pcclalir jmeC8 market reports Washington gossip and many columns of miscellaneous new and Information 9 Paper Can B Kent loAmy Addre said Guns Credllxl la Iarlf JUaklnc Itemlllane CLOSES ON MARCH 31 1902 IICOKTEST guru It tab on the number bale of ml front Seentber I liOtto AplI IS omcial figurt of the Mcrapnla Cotton Ki 0 dUIlo be the Cpiff upon which the conttit l lobe decided 0 In order lo help every our lo Snre closely and enable thin to makt a dON turttthc rrceipti Memphis between tho c dam mentioned for the pest eta years are linn below isxisbr rat ftic vt4 Ia 1Ifhfrais Sepi 1 lidS IS April IS ISi a4IO-xV cc Ir U eeietvsd t Meisphi 0 riis sips 2 ICSL I Apii IA 4S7I4S 0 Xrrbuss of nU H I aepkls1 frais SipS I I ISS t April I ft ilVi aa- XMrr 4 Ir tSa usseived is Uri h- U trm S pI I 1RB1 I April la man 4SIO JIIhrr Ir u sivd SIpkiiis- wis Sw 1 1S1 i Aputi 1 uSC tissU-C JII sbrblsSr tSsrsidta Mspbis frm I 1555 tAprli IS 90 7 80 Mempkltnm5114CC- fu mean will be TffordrA whore poatmnrk shows teller wan malted Inter than JIareli SI lOON nut under no dmimalance will a guess be reenrded whet letter l received at the Commercial Appeal oflict later than Aprils 1WJ no matter what date of pmtmark SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Make remittances payable to and address TUB WEEKLY COIWIKIICIAI APPEAL flempbl Teun oo c ooo eoeoeoeoeoeooeoeo O OO O fl VICKSBURG VETERANS VISIT The Old Battle Grounds An TUB NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS The rrlrlaK TetotWM oftb rnnpalxn dI Siege of VtabvrrniHl tb4rfrlend Hill J but that tM IHhwta IValral IIIIUd Co m wBI run H towrat vteorrfun lo the X w uIMirtH mae with II ttwnlxhla and B day lu orvr Nt Vkkulmrn leaving lAU nt sto p in FrwfMirt nt II 4tn m M Louts at 1011 pm flnetnnMtl nt 040 pm and LouhTlll ut 40p m on Tuesday Fbroarj4 hulk Ntandard lnilswesd Kmnbn sleeper aHI be ran from ilikNKa nnd froM I1w4uaatl and IoaloOIlo- x OrlMM ndl ndtttn lUeonlon tter will Iw tea frost rrn urt awl from lit LouIs to Srw OrhMno 7hpvkrducb4trthcbrtheroiie- p1ct bf one or two pwi le will Ie as folios to Sew 4iIas InNMndanlHIrrpenfrumChlmiro f MI from UnrlBeatl nnd from loululll f71101 In lineursios Can frviu bleawo and from F- rirt lieu trots Mt LouWCInttnniitlniid l iuli yule ganI Thta be n Itttrip anti every reternn ever on and every drtnuhUr of II relrrnn and evenjC body ehee woo want n good tin thfrald tpfly ton their sleeping ear ncrommotlona Pot imlHl train rntM which Mill bnthcarw let Mardi Urn rnlnl llniltn tile rmnlt yoor Iiiinw tkket sgvnt or nddnMth nrflrr t of lb- undeesigcmlr e J K llmr A n P p Pobonnr W A KM InK 1 II P A io3sv3ii c 11e4nrt I J A M tMnto F W llarlow V I1 A flotlnuiil w eA Curofor Lumbago W C Williamson ol Amherst Va says Fur more than A year I suffered from Inmbajjo I finally tried Chamberlains Pain hahn end it gave nie entire relief which all other reme dies had tailed to do Sold by all druggist 111 =wqJ I WHITES CREAM FllustlaOcantlty Holla Qullty For 20 Years Has Led si YtaRsBietliss IWtt xm OlD Z31T 3PfCTCVO2aTeS lrepared b AXiZiES F nALLA D St Louis For Sale by J FLWfflIarnSrfjgglsttaritbruIy V no u I Americas Best j- i Republican Paper i- Jj t EDITORILY FEARLESS t 5 CONSISTENTLY HEPUBLICAXLWAYS 4 News from all parts of the World Well written i J original stories Answers to queries on ell subjects ft 41Altlcles on health the home new book and on Work jj 41 About the Farm and Gar len i The WEEKLY INTEROCEAN H 41 THE INTEROCEAN is a member of the Associated 9 Press arid also is the only Western newspaper reedy ff- In41 the combined telcRraphfcrnnd cable news matter of t 4 both the New York Sun and New York World respect fc 41 ively besides daily reports Jrom 2000 special corre il- Fpondents4 throughout the country No pen can tell jj 41 41 jBy41 prJ LICAN and this great paper lor only t25 Ad tl 41 dres all orders to the fc 41 Republican fc 41 Hartforn Ky Ji i I ii iii i i ii4 Lan If received In February 2000 if received in A tarch I IQooi1 it ra1trcd rnt 7 u SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCE IN SAKE LETHaj I guess that the number of bales of cotton in Memphis from Sept 1 1901 to April 15 1903 milt be bales Send paper to H County PostoBice State I Enter guess to MMMMMM PostoOIce State USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIBLE If Shed out property U 101 nKeturjr lo wIt a teller with Ik 0000 OCO 0 000e Of A RARE OPPORTUNITY 1Ii GIVEN AWAY F REEl RAU FMUUDRN NCTVflaEIGHT IN NUMBER Au tcea Multi PllUnum Prints TWELVE IN KUMDER Woatf fa Color Gos n rob UoDI is faTWELVE IN NUMUBK A reproduction from each of the above famous scs of beautiful pictures will be ivcn way with every copy of tlie buiirtay Commercial Tribune Each series alternates with the oilier and in order to or15forbune yWefecwant the entire series THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO OINOINMATI OHIO r m AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY CAPITAL STOCKs J 25000 00 12500000AMOUNTAddren III corrtspoodeace to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEB1U TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS ARE YOU DEAF 1 ANYIHEADJNOSES J ALL CASES OF u DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE WOW CURABLE inccraUeHEADF A WERMAM O UaiTIMORB SAftl ttCmtksInyea e aufarvnrciM to be used Ot OUt tUcteiioii year ago my right ear beGan to Stag and this kept oncUkg trorw uniti I I I soy heating in IU4 cdrcutirtiy runhertotily an operation could hclp etc and even thot otdy temJioarlr tlnt Uic laced jors 4 tile rorciaI Sti or1fnc1 your ft I local After I had used It a few dl aClor lu to r iI mtt tiicnhbeartttysndbegtorensia t a r AiIUfM rra rytdm7 Jlmcre11 7 OCC1Iiit0ieItxaidraionndINTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 598 LASALLE AVE CIICrco ILL t