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ctla I r aid CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW J w HARTFORD KY Wlllpr rtlt kUproh lo la all tkttwUot Oklo antI 4Jolnl K tomtit 8ilMUitlom will be 111ft to all biiliNi siIrutedsblIOr5- CeOIIKUOSS a pcisltZ r j E F NEA- LAttorney at Laww HARTFORD KyIWill practice bli prolmloi U Xmtucky Hp d l ntUitton a1ft II IOUU1IIttZinpitoi dscediIs ntlssroid csa 0Tttlnlndprutlc OBt np UlriOrlB block c J8R WEDDINGbATTORNEY and HARTFORD KValJ Will prtctln hli protNitoa l ill lit couU ot i i Thin ami BdJolnloK eountl aid lk CoiM ot Ap poI Irompt ntuntloa iliff to all bulitM Dtniit xJtohla OmcaBsrvuCAl btUdl g r R R WEDDINGh I Attorney at Law 11 HARTFORD KT liWIh1prostleblsprofesaIoilstbseoit6fOkl0 ad adjoining coontlM I ii Southern U Railway 3rbroushEl af Bnt Bontbera Btat- MKENTUOKYTENNESSEEi South CAROLINA ALABAJIA yIn I t GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI V 4uMllea TbrD51171rsliItWMIAUll- p I ilhhs sod lazlostoo Obuo Qtr Csri- I t IrslitT and n LolnlllrrollnA tstUnion 0 pot o iMtlif with truss ot las I Hlltol Central Ballrott ait LMItL1 I forfuforstliillriu- fi A Withal P T A HI 4tk AT Lctftrin W5UTATLOIAlhltSiSPA LetlttlJe r CiLf Trade vnrrkl a a iTllf nlI i 80PSY = t r iiqp vvaA I U71teutr aC T PATI WaitP- Sr l6 11 e t Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REBUBti OAN 100 per rear in 4 ri advance J- C j BR1TOH3 OTGOERED now Cpst of Boer War Rapidly aa- Mounting UPmlthe Growltog Heard Agalijst the Wte that Istry it Dctermliatton Skowi to Fight 01 and Keeirdless ofds CQteic Loadpn February zAi the ble Booths progress It Is becoming more More apparent that he price eat Britain will Jpsy for snpremaey inJ5f th Africa will Indeed be pe will stagger hnraaBlty In thetatefnl period before the outbreak to the war stolid John Bull regarded mere bombast this predjctloa bml President Xruger lIven the grei- tslterI immediately following the tbresk ot hoatlHtles only annoyed apt alarm the average UrHon I- Da as the dsya and months and even that have pissed and the casuslty his steadily meuoted upward Ith peee even row not ia sight be for cause of ministerial rejection of hoer t- erflreg his heart bai ben wrung ire ythe conviction that Oom Paul pos the lby knew whereof he spoke When became kppwn lilt wick that the live branch had been profcred by I gent of the Afrikanders and rejected his msjesyagorernmcnt Britons s again bcCl1Ito count the price ia the lifeblood af the eiaplrts ions To kent they JiadtkU stnut1ezalg stalenjeaton BrlUh eMWlUes lasaed it- fbthe1flr pfice and covtrlog the period of the war up to the end December 1901 the Officers eng action 469 4762 Died ol wounrls 161 1635h Died in captivity 5 971Died of disease 276 10997 b- ccidental deaths 20 542 tal deaths la Africa 931 18033 Hissing and prisoners excluding those who have beta reeevedMor have tivHy 7 435 Sent oleM invalids 664 61666 so Total o 3602 80134 jay The total ruoltkc editar- yotcetkteikAr lit satk 4r1 Ja skown af Wt wst and OCesra Men lljr atks la South Africa 931 1833 Iflsstag and pHsferp y 3Iwi laW sent borne who hne died 7 449 lavallda semtkpjM who have Ieftbe service as JUIflt s 4437 Total 933 3 354 the The dlfer ce between the totals iff than two tablets the war oMeeW UtcweBt fiays ikjeeoanted b that the great Majority ol lIeM ssea Ipvall4ad kjjBf kjave jacw f o rejoined IftlatyrThe total aarabcr II the wounded the J3ho1534 officers and 17607 wen Thee total number missing or takrn prlaona baa beea 378 officers and 9345 Mea Cf whom 306 dicer and 88ij raen have beta released or esepedt as shown la the table lye ofS and alaetyseyea men have diedli captivity Of those sent home as 8661 are now In boipitalsft 442 1 reported as Btlll missing org prisoner aye believed to Include a- usiber I of men who have rejoinedt utwbose returntat not yet been SB t ouactdtDespite thIs appalling record and B despite the growing BIer against thew ministry for not seizing every hie opportunity te put an end to tbe- hostlUUctke farthest Ides from theO of Briton athat It DO YOU GET UoWITH 1 LAME BACK I KJiaey Trouble Makes You MUerable Almost oVer o4Ywbo reads the newsepapers 1a1lUr0 to bow of the 1b1spa Meed curs made by Dr IIthoand bladder remedy 11 lIla the rest meoV Fteenthcovered scientific research 1yDr Kilmer the endflint kidney and der 1iallt and slameblOt end oIIjIlI211i the wont fomullddnolvoublo vRet ta nt reoe- mmoBdedforerflrytbAjcbutlfyouhavekld ot It will be Jostthbrewoijyyaqncei It Iua been tot t4 is et many wy 11 work in prints ipr ctie awear till bslpJe loi poor to pur relief aad his proved so saceeasful In t a cUJ aniqfmant hsi- teeomadsbyvhlchill whehavonotaire17tte4 r4ssfthisppcrd in bottle sepl free Vymatl also a took eluiognroabuISwapRes1sn4 how ta Dod ul U yau bava ar Whoa wrWne mention retortlafweraus a offer ta 1111 s4e to DrKttetCoB4btffitcaU I slIer years of is I rVl1lr reM sad a snHl4br1nivwiLS looking like surrender They may growl among themselves ns they are doing in a manner txxMnjr no good for the ministry l1u thrlr proper Is roused to the utter an they aredetermlnH to drink cup to the dregs fully confident they will find victoryit the bot tomAs er to the financial end of the war the prospective IncreaHlng burp ns for taxpayers to bear the gin rsI view Is best expressed by thll- lIdltofJalatterace in the Dally Graph xoadtln commenting upon the ta of cuul1UuqThe enormous United Klngtooj has already paid to sustain her prestige and her honor in South Africa w l not it Is obvious complete the disbursements necessary bring the war to a conclusion Taking the period from the commence of the military operations until March 31 next we find that thep total amount earmarked for war purposes in South Africa reaches 151000000 and as it is possible an additional 9000000 will bea annexed by the chancellor of the ex chequer from the anticipated surplus the purpose of tiding war expendl una over until the new fiscal year way put down 160000000 as total amount which will have beea paid out by March 311933 Thereafter provision will have to be made Sot carrying on operations vig orously until the Boers lay down their fiDe and experts affirm that we may k forward to the expenditure ole farther 6ooooooo to gain the de irtd end Oa the but the total costc the war will appropriate sioooo- f P During the past hundred years only war In which we were eat1aged that ran into hundred of millI JOltS was the Peninsular war which the years ilij 14 alone coat us USeaoooo Our hikers footed tbc ill then end we shall foot the hill BQW for like our gflndlrlll once we have taken up the burden we do not Intend to lay it down until the hard won goal U rllchedGr Wheeler Got Rid of His RheumatismIDuring the winter ot 1898 I was lame In my joints in fact all over body that I esuld hardly hobble arcnod when I bought a bottle ol CJiarabwIalna Pah Balm Prom the Xfst application I began to get well was cured and have worked stead the yesrR Wheelar North N Y Forsale by ill druggist CJA 1onXALntsII 114 r JZ1It Leave tie Tariff Alone Speaker Henderran is correct ss to alvlsablllty refraining Irom tar tinkering at the present time I hile he declares that revision la I certain parts or the tariff laws could afvantageaonsly mad he points 8t there is danger that In trying t- 4sh a few remedies we will Involve country U serious difficulties e also saysbe lndories the position ken by President Roosevelts mes ge that there is general acquies In our present tariff system asa national There is wisdom in all this No is perfect even for the time at which it Is framed Every tariff act ke leglslatlohof many other sortsis compromise among diverse interest satisfies no one entirely and it rows In spots Jess and less satisfac nry as time alters conditions nut is always a chance that when ny revisions at all ol a tariff h at- empted the whole system is tabal Sot dlscnsson In every Instance hall tarifl changes have been started the changes have aCtcted more anti es than the changes Intended at theI Oaefof the consequences IfI this tlnktrlng has been that men In nearly alt sorts of Industries baveI bean made uncertain regarding the- utlook and as a constqueaee enter prise is blighted for the time The Republican party has a special Incentive to be careful about tarifl tinkering at the present time An for Congress will take place bout nine months hence and Con- resI6nal elections which come at the ol a presidential term are apt to hamper the party ia power in the presidecy The Republicans ofcourse went through the congressional can as of i8j8 In the middle of Free ent McKlnleys service sueceaslnlly but their leadlin the House ol Repre sentatives was considerably shorten d On the other hand the Demo cratsln 184i4be middle If Free dent Clevsland second term and the Rsphblicans in 1890 halfway in the ferric ol President Harrison meta dlsMtrovs defeat Which was a pres lie of the overthrow in each case of hese parties at the polls In the presi canvssa two years later The outlook Is particularly bright for the Republicans now and they will prcb bly hold control of the Congress to fee chosen next November but this is a fsod time tot them to steer clear of nil rash experiments in legl latiou Otc Democrat i MADE A CONFESSION William Strother Confesses to the Murder of A Dean Cooper at St Louis St Louis Feb IWllllim Stroth the negro bath house attendant confessed that he murdered his em A Dean Cooper He aaldlllJ committed the deed In a drunken passionThe confession wss made to Chief of Police Desmond after two hours questioningIt Jevident shortly alter eight oclock whea chief rtBewtdhlr inquisition begun Friday moral iC that Smother was upon thepotatoI breaking down At ten oclock the hour rortbeI coroners inquest to open Strother made the final admission which corn the chain and shows him to beI the murdlferII He said that he took the hemmer bone hand lilted it high la the sir brought it dowa on the head of Mr who was asleep oa theI cotII dont know why I Strother I guess I must bnebeellI drunk and mad The confession was made to Chiefs Klely and Desmond and a police die uogrspher The stenographer WAI ordered to transcribe the colllpletI crossexamination Strothet said he would sign the record Later Chief Desmond said ht would immediately send Strother to the cor office Strother had said lie would repeat his confession to the corI oners jury Dr boogher assigned Jby the coro to conduct the inquest healaI formed of Strothera confession statI ed that the Inquest would proceed as originally planned and that Strotbers confession would be heard at the endI of the inqnljy Mixed Fecipt A fashionable young lady vIsited a Olal school the ether alternoon when her attention was equally dlvldI between a new dress worn aa acquaintance and the tImaking a cake Upon returning home she antler took to write down the recipt forlnIesther and the old lady was para yied when she read the jollowtng Take two ponndi 6F loanthree rows of plaiting dewn the front the whites of two eggs catbias a plat of milkj rnffled around the neck hall I pound ot currants with seven ardIof bed trimming grated lemon peel wlthSpanlsh lace fichu stir well and add a semi fitting paletot with vlslte sleeves butter the pen with a liraI alum topaz necklace and garnish with Icing aad passementerie Bake tiltklrton either side sod finish with large satla rosetta lien mother said she wouldnt eat such a cake aid she enew tangled ideas in cooklngschoolij ought to be frowned down Bsrass yule News Gazette e Those Who Drank are Dead Tberssnltot observation byHoa Chauncey M Depew president of tke New York Central Railroad Company in a talk to railroad men said Twentyfive years sgo I knew every roan woman and child ia Peek skill and it has been a study with me to mark hoywho started in every grade of life with myself tttsee what has become of them I was up last fall arid began to count them over and it was an instructive exhibit Some of them became clerks merchants manufacturers lawyers and doctors It remarlahle that everyone of those who drank are dead not one living of my age Barring a few who were taken off by sickness everyone that proved a wreck and wrecked his family did it from rum and no other cause Ot those who are chnrcbgeing people who are steady industrious and hard working men who were fru gland thrifty every single one of them without an exception owns the house In which he lives and has tome thing laid by the interest on which with his louse would carry him through many a rainy day When amen becomes debased with gambling or drink he doesnt cateaU his finer feelings are crowded put II to Critlcfsln IJic Minister It Is a bad sign when Church Mem beta get tofindipfc fault with their ministers Bspcclally when they fo to the people outside the church aad talk as only dissatisfied Christians ll can talk when their pastor steps even lightly upon some pet corn We araso apt to forget that a rain later Is only a human being after all and therclotejust as liable to mistakes aa any other man Why should ws go and complain about him to worldly minded people who are always ann ious to find some fault with the church Many amaoa ministry has been a failure cud manya church has driVen out the Spirit of f04 by thisI Terjfmethod unjnat criticism of the pastor If any man needs the hearty goodwill of hU fellows it is the min liter of the gospel He recognizes historlcomlags but hopes and longs for wpport from hit members in spite of hiT failures He needs his salary but he needs far more than this il his labors are to be lwaedwlth success pccbyuad his Lord expects you and me to be loyal to the ehep herdfle has placed over us Pepple are fond of saying that this laat uptodate geol things and customs passed away We are will this but have we im P the reverence for the r9iIrlDt was so noticeable in the ud parelltllltWe do sot believe In making c an of any man bnt we do believe that the minister is Gods messenger to us and that we have strayed from right path when we go to church Sabbath morning and then spend alternoon of that holy day in pick tug flaws in the sermon The minister must have the sym pathy and prayers of his flock He must have their cooperation to make e- hlcoraer of the Lords vineyard blossom like the rose Let us bt loyal to our pastor by dis coursgiag all forms of unkind criti siam of him or his work When he 11 or does something that doss not meet with our approval let us go to him In a kind way and tell him why we filler with him In short let us try to use our pastor Just I we would wish to be used if we were in his place making his heart glad by as shining him that be can count upon us t stand by him la every effort he may put forth to extend the kingdom ourcommsa Lord and Master Jesus Christ XX la Presbyterian Banner Bilious ColloIII Scorer a carpenter and builder t Kenton Tena when intensely from an attack of bilious collcI sent to a near by drug store for some thing to relieve kim The druggist sent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy three doses of which effected a puma nent cure This Is the only remedy that can be depended upon in the most severe case If colic and cholera motbns Mot druggists know this and retemmend It when such a medlI clue Is celled for Per Iebn4rttillta r M Bleits ef Clliese Parents The law aid custom of China still gives the parents supreme control over their children As far as it is possible for an outsider to get to know this people whose ways are dark It does appear that this power of life and death is not often exercised unless la the case of infants Now sad again however instances occur which provathst this barbarous right is still claimed and exercised A man in the Nam Hot district reoJ cently put his son to death in a mot cruel fashion and the law took no cognizance of the murder for surely it cannet bfI called by any other name The boy had oltea been reproved for associating with gamblers cud robI bets and his record was a bad oaeI This much way bo said in extenuation el the fathers diabolical act Pot a long time the father was unable to lay hinds on his son This he succeeded In doing by offering a re ward to any one who could bring bl home During the day of his return the father gave to evidence of his wicked designs This put rWladoff his guard But ifhen night came lather threw off his mask seized s son bound him hand and Soot aad thea proceeded leisurely to strangle him ps Something That Will do You Good We know of no way la which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of teal good to them For hl reason we want to acquaint wltt wiiitwe consider ona ofthe very bssl remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chamberlains Cngh Remedy We have nat it with such god results In our family so long that it has become a household necessity By its prompt nsa w havent any doubt but that it has time and again prevented croup The testimony is given upon our own exptrjance and we suggest that our readers especially those who have small children always keep it in their homes as a safeguard against croup Camden S C Messenger For sals by all druggists a Want Sand In Their Craws Aa exchange says That the fool killer is failing to do his duty Is shown by the feet that the sand doc torln St Louis Is finding men and women to Slow his advice He ssya because chickens and birds eat sand human should and he puts Iliad up in little bags and sells it at 25 cents a bag He publishes tracts setting forth the great advantage of swallowing a teaspoonful a day and finds j Vlewko will da it HIS WIFE J Tradea by This Man for Two Cows and Three Dogs Isaiah Peters and Henry Master who live oa farms a few miles from a here came to this city Saturday and hunting up a Justice of the Peace asked him to draw up a contract by which Masters wife mlgnt be trans ferred to Peters The Justice explained that he could not dralt such a doc ument but asked for particulars as to the deal and Peters explained Its this way Squirt My wife died two months ago and Im tired of living klone Mrs Masters is a fine woman and a good house keeperand Masters dont realtyneed her cause hes got a sister he can get to look after things lor him I made him an offer for her several days ago and this morning we came to terms Im to give hint two cows and three coon dogs and shes worth em Asked what MrsMasterssald about being traded oIl her lord and master Why notbln of course We didnt ask her how she liked it but she didnt kick when we told her that we had made a deal Although disappointed at lIt being able to have a paper drawn that will make the transfer legally binding Per tars and Masters declared that they would make the swap on Jionor and left town together to complete the trade Mlddletoa NYCor New York World Tar and Feathers People who read of taring and feath ering know that the punishment is a very unpleasant one but few Imag- Ine how terribly painfnlul and dan guyana it Is In Wyoming I once saw mID who bad been tarred and feath and although be fully deserved the discipline I could not help pity him Hardened tar is very hard to remove from the skin and when feathers are added to it forms kind of a cement that sticks closer than a brother As soon as the tar sets the victims suffering begins It contracts as it cools and every one of the littler veins oa the body is pulled causing the most intense agony The perspiration is entirely stopped and unless the Is to remeved death is cer lain to ensue But the removal last easy task and i requires several tOys The tar can not be softened by the application of heat and must be peeled off bit by bit sweet oil being used to make the process lesa painful The irrita tion to the skin is very great as the hairs cannot be disengaged but must pulled out or cut off No man can be cleaned of tar in one day as the pain of the operation would be tooI excruciating for endurance end until this is done he has to suffer from a pain like that of tea thousand pins Numbers of men have died under the torture and none who have gone through it regard taring and feather ing as anything bnt a moat fearful In flictionExchageIn we hue pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepare tion eT that admirable remedy that it cleanses and heals membranes af scud by nasal catarrh There is no drying or sneezing The Liquid paI through the nose and prefer spraying The price Including spraying tube Is cents Sold by druggists or emailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York a S Debt and Its Dangers Pay as 3 on go boys No matter how earnestly you long for the pos reaslonofagun a boat a bicycle or what not nor how certain you may be that tthe end of the week or the month you will have the money to pay for It do not run in debt Ly man Abbott the man who occu IIpled Henry Ward Beecherf place In Plymoth pulpit has this to say on tile spending of money before it is earnedHope enspires the msn who is earning for fortune expenditure debt drives the roan who Is earning for put expenditure and it makes no immeasurable difference life wheth er one is inspired by hope or driven bydebtA or a boy In debt Is like a swimmer with a stone around his neck However expert he be his onward progress has a continual drag put upon it that not only kin dens him from reaching his ghesl but discourages him In his efforts to even keep his head abeve the waterEI The Water Was too Cold After fully determlng to die and leaping Into the river with that end in view Victor Uammerland decided that the water was too cold and swam back to shore Hammerlsnd is 38 years old He has been out of work for sonic time and hungry penni less and friendless determined to die He bad no money to purchase a re volver or poison and decided to util ize the ilerne made bb way to k the foot of Pine street end climbed out on some barges He remained- I there until he thought noone was ob serving him and then hastily throw lug oil his coat and vest plunged in to the river The icy water curedI him of all desire to end his life For moment he floundered around Into the water and then began swimming to a place of safety A crowd bad gathered by this time and Hammer laud was pulled out on the barge His teeth were chattering his clothes were talking wet and he looked any think hut a wouldbe suicide Be tween his gasps for breath he man aged to remark That was coJdi By this time a poIceman arrived and Hammerland was sent to city hospital cud placed lltbe observation ward TatfarhofpttalTjhyalciansHsmtner land denied that h attempted tocom mit suicide and said befell into the water accidentally Tinea hugging Society in Ohio Church The Church Hugging Society or ganized last week at Belle City Ohio Is raising no end of disturbance theta and at other points in the State It was at first proposed rather as a joke by some fanloving girls connected with the little village church but created so much excitement that theI society was formerly organized with 0 C Bates as President and Miss Idella Dennison as acting Secretary The schedule as approved Isas fol lows Girls under fifteen years old fifteen cents for a hug ol two minutes or ten cents for a short squeeze under twenty years fifty c ntt from twenty to twentyfive seventy five centsschool maims forty cents other mens wives u old maids three cents each and ne time limit The society has fortythree mem bets and ou Thursday evening an up todate performance was given along the schedule lines The older people of the church are up la arms Louis yule Times a What Animals do in a Storm Both wllb and tame animals four footed or with wings have a deep seated aversion to wet weather lIven water fowls will seek a dry hiding place when it rains Did you ever watch the actions of cattle before a storm If so you must have seen them grow more and more uneasy as the clouds gathered You alto saw these run up and down the field as if seeking to escape some im pending danger Finally when the storm break ea they draw close to gether and with lowered heads present a picture of despair Domestic animals when It rains will alwayskeep indoors or falling in that they seek shelter by thetarn under trees or beneath the hedges and thickets in short in any conven lent place where they may not be entirely exposed to the downpour It is the same with fowl they dislike the rain which soaks their feath ers They seek sheltered places and creep under wscens or behind boxes and boirds Chickens do not mind getting their feet wet for they will a cratch the ground soon alter a show er in search of worms and beetles Wild buds do their best to keep out of the rain Some of them build a roof over their nests others chooses home under the eves or under a projecting cliff where they may be safe from the discomfort that the rain bringsBut most of them are without shel let provided in advance by their own forethought These take refuge in any place that they happen to find at hand If you watch them before the storm you will see them looking for such a place If the storm comes suddenly the small and helpless ones seem bewildered flying from tree to tree and from limb to limb quite un able to make up their minds exactly where to bide themselves Ah will I never be released walled the Imprisoned heroine beat- Ing herfairwhite hands wildly against the bars of her window while from behind the scenes could be heard the hoarse chuckle of the villain Many la the audience were seen to apply their handkerchiefs to their eyes Her prayers for release rose again up on the still air and lost themselves In the echoing flies above Either git a habbyns corpus leddy shouted a friend from the gallery Ier walk out over de footlights And the curtalncame down with a whiz Bal timore American W t When a calendar la hung on the well Ii the wall behind the times v TUB CLEANSING AKD HEALING ceBE rOB CATARRH I ITS CREAM BALM CMJ id plMiaatto ut Cot o so Jarloaa dm qttkI absorb 112 Olm RuM itoar It evil sad I eimtun U NI1tltlfM AllKj Alia CATARRH 111cm I arbeuo COLD N HEAD Uorabria Raton the Beau ot Taiu ai- dma Lars iii M tel at DreffUU ortif au Trial dMUcfatabr IuD- JfLC M ffaira Stmt iCw Yrk 4- l4 i4 44 j THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Thomselv N0WakenlngofthoNarvoa tive Cure for the Llqu Habit It Is now generally understood ttutDrunknessis a disease iddsmbt weakness A body filled with poteon and nerves completely shattered by parlodlcal or constant use of Inter icating1 liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat log this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Susrsmay now cure themselves at home ftlmcfftoabusilless Cold Cure which has been perfected dJtreatmebtfut use according to directions of this wpnderlnl discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard drinker Our records show the marreloma transformation of thousands ofDraakV aprightWives cure your husbands 1 I Chili dren cure your fathers I I This rem edy is In no reuse a nostrum but Is a specific for this disease only and is so skllllully devised and prepared udIIout eperaea lug it Thousands ofdrnnkardabaye- cure themselves remedy and as many more hare beea byhavingloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe to day that discontinued drinking of their own free will De not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent end leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely tow price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ol everybody a treat raent more effectual than others cost Ing26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ado vice by skilled physicians when zes quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world oa receipt of one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles Company 3330 PhiladelphiaAlt etitfalNEWTHROUGHLINE ItmttH EVANSVIllE A- HOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established for the entire distinct over the Illinois Central between Bvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the roa from Evansvllle to Walloon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTHBOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Bransvile 73opra 730401 Ar Chicago yxwaa 7oopra SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex San Lv Chicago 84opm 83oam ArEvansvllle SiosaVm 55opra Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free recllnlnjf chair are on day trains Tickets qlyour local ticket agent I URIBR J1L 2 TIMES s A WEEK 1 J104 Times a Year Th TWICE WItEK CaVSHEK JOURNAL I lb but p p r blllt4l ilk CilUd Stttti toe Otnocriti tad for AW tdn It It the ttnil 01117 nulcImb- assperlorof all our ButWMUIn rTTttkHr Ilcnrjr W aIoo Editor Tki Wdiasdsy Inn U daTotNl t nnwaa iTTEIl lot sturd T Im is dTOted lb hOME IampIcoptu Mttrm Bptll uttot JlddrMi TilE COUHIEMJeVX NAL CO Lnrlnm J74- aattaraejiRut joi caa pbtbIZ rUMLIUAN as5 Ut TWICEAWKISC CUVBICK IUUKXAr betk S Or I r only 51O TkU U lor cask ImliicrlpttOM ntr ltik ctlpllooi ndr this eorbhastjoa oSsr sitnit ttoifktTIi Brpubllro eMct oASxl OElx Bear lbs KIM You Man A1WVI IIPt ottha y SOUTHERNRIRECOU Passenger Departrit South Carolina Interstate and West India Exposition The above Exposition one oltie greatest ever held in the South Wilt open December IstjZor aad COt lI ue until June lilt 1902 Very at tractive rates have been arranged from all points to Charleston eadjhe schedules via the Southern Railway with Its own rails and entire are particular convenient ad any Agent of that line will give hli Jn formation upon application A 0 Hartford Republican r lltmi frlitgi b IAt HurtferitiS Ctlnctrftnti It tilind II Hartford pjstofflct is Hcoiitatist mil matter orzZX = 7C = u=h LM == V tILOXaOGFnJclllor FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 l Ix a fire in St Louts six firemen t were killed and as many more injur ed by a falling trail I TUB Ohio county aebt which should t have been 811000 January 11902 according to campaign tine is only 15 Oplu L ONE thing commendatory can be said of tbe Biddle brothers that is r they itood loyaly to the woman that forsook home husband and family for their liberty WM 0 WHITNEY exSecretary of 4 the Navy under Cleveland has reo I tired from business Ills fortune is variously estimated at frow 1000 000 to 850000000 F FOBUER Gov Leslie M Shaw of Iowa took the oath of office last Sat urday and is now Secretary of the 4Treasury of the United States If I Mr Shaws administratisn is equal to that of Lyman J Gage America will oder no criticisms j THE Jim Howard trials are just the least remarkable First time the jury j said he ought to die at the end of a rope whilst the second found his guilt punishable in a life sentence in the penitentiary The third jury will in all probability sentence him to a first rate hone whipping DIDNT some one say it was an awful thing to think that Goebel was murdered a little over a year ago It was two years ago the 30th ultimo since the doctors announced his death and he might have been dead then a week No one knows save intimate friend WATEHHEHRY Conn sustained 83000000 loss by fire February 2 The local fire department fought inI vain the maddened flames leaping from house to house Help was sum 4 moned fromHartfordTorriogtonXew Haven Bridgeport and Naugatuck The wind blew a sweeping gale from start to finish of the fight t A MEXICO mine collapsed resently and 100 lives were lost A gas pocket was struck and a terriffic explosion followed with horribld result Af ter all the man who tilt the toil is the safest and happiest of all human ity He always knows where his bread is to come from and is assured that the earth will not swallow him td up ThE set down which GOT Bradley I got at the hand of tbe President in the BarnettCollier contest was righteous I The man who accepts or de flepublicanr ing at the hands of tbe people The party dOss not need such men and can never succeed with such a class in the L lead ADMIRAL SCHLEY is receiving an ovation throughout his tour of tbe States It matters little with the people what the naval courts of inquiry may think of the Santiago hero for v them they are willing that all honor should go to the commander in charge of the fleet and Admiral Schley was the man Schley is as much entitled to the honor of the Santiago victory as Dewey at the Manila breakfast spell Tin chaplain of the House of Rep resentatives at Frankfort offered up a fervent prayer Tuesday morning that the Omnipotent would lead the legislators to see it their duty to erect rauelegant Capitol building in Frank fort such as the dignity of tho State r requires We hope the Lord would not hear such a prayer Rev Ar nold was surely mietaken In his ask ing All reasonable and unbiased men of Kentucky want the Capital to be in a respectable town Then Frankfort would not be in it Louis I i ville is the place for the Capital of Kentucky I TUB former jury that tried JIm Howard said be was guilty of the 1 murder of Wni Goebel and fixed his punishment at death be recent jury said ho was just a little guilty of the same crime and would therefore fix his punishment at a living death in the penitentiary These are strange verdicts If he was guilty in the first trialand deserved death he was equally guilty in the latter trial aid his punishment should Live been the Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well t Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liverI Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia t biliousness 2JC All druggists 1 1rourro uitnrt or brtrt a bcaatilil 1 brovn or bUekf Tbenun- BUCKINGHAMS1 DYEftAtilr I P u to I t W 9 t 1 same These are strange time when- pciOfl and partisan bias control court and jury anti maul life and liberty are injeopardr CAIEII POWEKS and Jim Howard were bound with mannaclei chained together aud hauled down to George town from Frankfort the other day just to remind the public that these unfortunate men have been accused of the murder of Wni Goebel Mr Goebel was murdered over two years ago and the mystery of the crime re mains unfatbomed though 9100000 and two years hare been spent in search f of the guilty conspirators It was given out by one of the chief priests from the throne that the only desire was to bang Taylor and damn the Republican party and there was plenty of money to sweeten the exile of the mau that gave this teili mony Mlrabilc dtrlii- AIIRAOEMnNTS bad heed perfect ed with the brigands who held Mils Stone in captivity for her release and the deliver of the ransom when a Turkish cavalry appeared in the vi cinity and frustrated plan of ex change Aa result Miss Stone yet remains a captive and nil means of communication with the Bulgarian authorities ii for the present severed Negotiations will have to bo opened through another channel or the mis sionary remains a captive The prop er course for our representatives and the Turkish authorities to pettue ii to submit to the humiliation to which they are subjected until the innocent captives are teed then inaugurate an exterminating warfare against the Bulgarian kidnappers SOME people are so narrow in their intellectual scope that they are now predicting that the Kaiser is tending Prince Henry to America under guise ofa friendly visit to inspect our ports and locate our naval andmilitary weaknesses and tint in a short time willopen war upon ut The Gennan ruler is a man of intelligence possibly the greatest diplomat of Enrope He is not living with closed eyes and deaf ears He hat knowledge of our coun trys ability hew we livo in peace and how we fight in times of Var Germany knows what we did for Eug land in 76 and in 1812 Manila and Santiago are viewed by the Kaiser as the victories of our oitizen soldiery Uncle Sam baslicked every fellow that measured swords with him and is always ready to do it over if necessary greatly preferring peace jet fearing not war hunning no foe The true object of Prince Henrys visit is to get a better knowledge of our people our waysof business and manners ot liv ing and above all to establish more friendly social and business relations with the greatest country of earth Strained relations have existed be tween the two countries sometime an account of German high duties on American meats and certain retalia tory measures of our government It is to mend the past and build hopes for a future happy friendship that the Prince visits us- Roosevelts Solution Washington Feb 4It was stated today by a United States Senator whw stands very close to the President that the latter had practically decided to hold in the Schley appeal that Rear Admiral Schley was in command under orders of the American squadron during the battle of Sautla go That would be it is held a grace tnt turndown for Admiral Sampson and give Admiral Schley sufficient vindication Just how soon this de cision is to be announced is not stat cd bnt it is expected by the ead of the present week In this connec tlon It must be raid that Secretary Long emphatically denies that the President has given any indication of his Intentions as far as the Schley case Is concerned If the decision is as indicated by the United States Sen ators forecast it is regarded as very certain that Secretary Long will resign Rich Mexican Mine Austin Tex February2VThe largest and richest single shipment of silver ore every received by a smelter at Monterey Mexico came from the Palmlllo mine yesterday It consist ed of sixty tons for which 8eoooo was paid The Palmlllo mine Is sit uated in the Parrall district of Mcxlco and Is owned by Pedro Alvarado a multi millionaire who lees than two years ago was a Mexican laborer He has obtained his great wealth from this mine which he discovered by accident 0 For Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many differ ent medicines for stomach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Gelger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had as god results from any as from Chain berlains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists m An editor ofa country newspaper who claimed to be an authority on grip told his readers that so long as they kept their feet dry they would not have the disease The next day he tot a communication from a sub scriber claiming he had two wooden legs and yet he bad suflered from the grip for five successive years Some men are so dignified that they never unbend until Ihsy are brokeV V4V GOY TAF1TELLSIT Insurgents Have Worn out the Right to Any Treatment but tliaf Which is Severe Washington Feb 4 Speaking of the military policy In the Philippines Gov Taft said The war has been all over the Is lands and that which remains Is a crime to civlllzition It is alto a crime against the Filipino people to keep up a state of war under the cir cumstances They have worn out the right lo any treatment but that which Is severe and within the laws ot war Gov Taft also said that the great majority of the people of the islands desire peace and that the insurrection ists were by their nets preventing the miss of the people from settling down and earning a quiet living In stead of being allowed to do this they were kept under a system of terror tam which should be stopped the condition ot activity contin ued until the last presidential election in the United States said the Governor Tbe insurgents believed that If Mr Bryan should be elected there would be a change of policy and the Islands surrendered placing tnose who were In insurrection ii charge but when Mr McKInley was elected there was a feeling that there would be an indefinite retention of the archipelago and that the system then in force would be continued Discussing the effect of the guerril la warfare Gov TalL said It olten resulted in the murder of the Filipinos themselvesI to say that there is not a Filipino general commanding officer who cold not be convicted respond bility for the killing ot their own peopleto Thii lead him to speak of the traits of the Filipinos one which he said Is cruelty lie had been told by Amer ican officers of many instances of mu tilation of the corpses of their cur mica This being true it was not surprising said he that there had been some retaliation on the part of the small bands of the American sol diers He had heard of no charge of mutilation but there probably were some cases of unnecessary killing some whipping and some cases of what Is called the water cure this method of punishment consisting of touring water down the throats of men until they would swell up and becoming frightened would tell what they might know as for Instance as to where guns could be sucured In this connection he called attention to the orders of Gen MacAthur as to these practices welch were be said very strict If these infractions ot prbprlety had occurred he was Sure they had been In the face of direct or ders to the contrary- In response to a question by Senator Patterson as to the practice of the Macabebes Goy Taft warned the committee and others against accept- Ing without a great degree of allow ance the statements ot private letters He considered most ot them unrelia ble judging Irom what he had seen of them It was impossible to prevent retaliation by private soldiers under all circumstances As a rule the witness said American prisoners were treatedwell by the Fillplros This as far as he knew was uniformly true 01 the Filipino officers who were high In command There were some cases to the contrary on the part of the sub ordinate Filipino officers He had net he said in reply to question from Senator Culbertson known any thing of the tilling of Filipino pri oners with the knowledge of Gen Metcalf ol Kansas Gov Taft said that notwithstanding he was in an attitude of favor to military rule it was stilt his deliberate judgment that never had a war been conducted In which more I compassion more generosity bad been exhibited in connection with the American officers in the Philippines In this connection Senator Culber ton made inquiry concerning the effect of the policy of concentration in I I j A MiraculousFeat lilt seemed that nothing short of a miracle could save njy little daughter from an untimely death says City Marshall A H Malcolm of CherokeeKan 4 When two years old she was taken withstomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronounced in curable A friend advised Milw Nervinea- nd after giving it a few days she began to improve and final ly fully recovered She is now past five years of age and the very picture of health Sold by nil Drugilsu Dr Mites Medical Co Elkhirt Ind I the Philippines ReplylngXGov Taft said that Gen Bells order for concentration hid been published since his departure from Manila He however had talked with Gen Bell on that point and had told him he did not consider such nn order neces saryDemocratic members the committee read a statement from Gen Mac Arthur and others expressing opinions that the hostility of Filipinos to American Institutions due to InnateI diSerences and is general Tail replied that he had approached the question at Issue from different standpoint from these authoritlesand said that most of his conclusions were drawn Irom contact with the Filipinos themselves When you lack energy do not tel ish your Jojd feel dull and stupid al ter eating all you need Is a doseol Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets They will wake you feel like a new wan and give you an nppttite like a bear For sale by all drug gists in- S S Scale Committee Disagrees Indlinapjlia Ind Feb 3 Tile Jolnst Scale Committee of the mlncrfc and operators began its task of trying to agree on the scale for the coming year behind closed doors this morn ing The entire day was devoted to the first three demands of the miners which were for the in per cent increase In wages absolute run of mine system and uniform pay for nil driv ers On each of these propositions the committee disagreed the miners voting for the propositions and the operators opposing them to a unt t- Owing to the feeling manifested by both sides it Is not believed that an agreement will be reached before Sat urday and maybe not then but in no event Is a lockout looked for because the miners and operators for the last our years hae been able to agree finally on something The annual convention of the bltn minous mine workers of Indiana will be held at Terre Haute February 251 a call for that date having been issued by President Van loin today The most vital question to the Indiana men is whether they stall have nn open powder market- Prevalency of Kidney Trouble So prevalent and deceptive is kid ney tiouble that it very often becomes well advanced before it is even supcct edthereofit behooves all to be on the lookout Should you be ill or nqt feeling well It would be wise to first pay attention to the kidneys and as certain if they are the cause of your troubleA method of finding out if jour kidneys are at fault has often been called to tile attention of our readers through Dr Kilmers Swamp Root advertising In the columns o this paper and it isnow repeated for the benefit of those who may be inter ested Viz Fill a bottle with urine and set aside for twentyfour houis or so and II it shows a brickdust sediment or cloudy appearance or if it is found necessary to go often through the day or get up many times during the night you may be sure your kid neys need attention After careful Inquiry we find Dr Kilmers S tramp Root the great kid ney liver and bladder remedy is remarkable success in the quick relief and cure of the diseases for which it is recommended There is hardly o drug store In the land that does not keep and highly recommend this cel ebrated preparation lor kidney liver and bladder troubles By special anaagtraent every read er of this paper may have a sample bottle of Dr Kilmers SwauipjRopt by mall free if they have not al ready had one by sending their ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co Blnghaui ton N Y Not One Escaped San Antonia Tex Peb2A total of 106 miners were at work in the mine when the explosion ocurred and All of them are dead The niiJv ity ofthe victims were Mexicans and Chinamen very few Americans bay ing been at work in the mine Every mule in the mine WAS killed The work of clearing away the wreck In order to get the bodies Is be ing rushed as rapidly as possible but there is co hope that any of the rod men will be rescued alive The explosion occurred in minefcp 6 and was occasioned by striking ROIL a pocket The mine is the proper Iin ol the Coahuila Coal Company IL McKenney being superintendent The names ol none of the victims has been learned The loss to the owners ofthc mine is very heavy Explaining the Princes Visit The causes and consequences ul the coming visit of Prince Henry of Prut sla to the United States are very dI- vergently I set forth by many persors and newspapers on buth sides of the Atlantic Some of the German agra rians for example see in the visit nn evidence that the kaiser Is going to abandon them in their fight to shut American products out of Germany Oar own Cbauncey M Depew who ovectly says that the kaiser is the ablest statesman In Europe also and incorrectly says Prince Henry Is com lug over here to get a more concrete explanation of the Monroe Doctrine than has yet been vouchsafed to the Ttorld Not much attention will be given to these outgivings on either side ol the Atlantic There is good reason to be- lIeve that William II is cot in sympa thy witbe the grians in their fight d to keep oUt American grain and pro vllons anH thus to make fox dear for the German muse The expref slonot his personal representatives in tIme Keirlutng has wade this fact pretty plain titntitor Depewa Idea o cxurte is siut as iiUsuiil as was Poiiltnev Bijjelowfi which was that the prince was coming over to spy out the United States military weaknessa and them reprt It to time eniperorwhio I wuM shortly alterward declare wllr against us The meaning of the Mon roe clcrtrinp us the New York Sena tor oubt to realize is just as clear to German arid nil the rest ol the Euro pfim stnteMnen as It will be alter Prince Henrys visittThe riasois of the visit are plain enough to the average American The kaiser Is an enthusiastic yachtmairt and as he w uttil A bunt win rce lie Hilt to the United States after it lie would be glad to be at the launching of the boat him self hut as he ta prevented by one I cause and another from having this pleasure he sends over a member of his family to represent him and the member he nelected is one who as a sailor would naturally have an interact In sailing crafts This Is the ob vious reason for time princes visit An other reason which is not quite so manifest but which is just as real Is that the kaiser as he has otter sh3 has long been an admirer of trip United States and he rightly believes thpt this will be an sElective way of put ling this feeling in concrete shop Tile princes call on the United States and the welcomes which will be ex tended to him here are evidences of friendship existing between these two nations and not of hostility On the other hand they do not mean that an alliance between America and Germa ny or between America and any oth er nation is in sight nor do they mean that America will be any less democratic after this exchange ol civ ilities is passed than It Is nowSt Louis GlobeDemocrat Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car Tliere is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutions remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachinn Tube When this tube gets ioflimed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely cloicd doafneis is the result and unless the In limn tlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten ate caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an II fl inied con dition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold fay Druggists 75c Units Family Pills are the best O OASTOnABean tt l 1Ie rtd Yes hue Knars Ejtt Sinat1NL Shaws First Letter Washington Feb 4 The fist commnlcatlou by Secretary Shaw on financial legislation is contained in a letter to Representative Sulzerof New York concerning the latters bill to depot Government funds tt interest in National banks throughout tb country The letter says 1 find on my desk awaiting my ar rival your letter of January 17 refer Ing to House Joint Resolution 112 and asking Information AI to the auount oInterest which the Govern itic AIKick a dog and he bites you He bites you and you kick him The more you kick the more he bites and the more he bites the more you kick Each makes the other worse A thin body makes thu blood Thin blood makes a thin body Each makes the other worse If there is going to benolmngethc help must come from outside Scotts Emulsion the right help It breaks up such a combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood That strengthens the body and it begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich bloodandrich blood makes a strong body Each makes the other better This is the way Scotts Emulsion puts the thin bodyon its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine fILs picture represents the Trado Mark of ScollI Emulsion and is on IheI wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT IJOWNEI 400 Pearl St New VorkI Soc and i all druggists T Nil Extoriial- Syniptenis The blood may be lu bad condition yet with no external signs no skm eruption or totes to indicate iU The- ymptoms in such rates being a variable poor digestion an Indescribable CIness and nervousness loss of flesh nud a general rundown condition of the System clearly showing tbe blood bat lost its nutritive qualities baa become thin and watery It U in juit such casts thatI S S S hat done some ot iU quickest and most effective work by building ep the and supplying the elements lacking o make it strong and vigorous a My wife used icy eral bottles of S S S a blood purifier and- o tone a fitA and ematlatedaystenlwithcry way improvement d9Iarifiu SSS I is the jreAtcJt of all tonIcs and you will thud the appetite im proves at once strength returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through nit parts of the system S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no min tInts whatever Send for our free book on blood anil skin dlcasc and write our pbvflciars for any Information cr advice wanedt No charge for tacdlcal advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA I ment would have realized hal the proposed law been nlopttd es a part ot the Nilioual banking law It tlieMirp1us ito ry In txeesa o- f5aonef working capita Ind been deposited in clearing house cities In proportion to the r lttive capital ol each lank therein with no other se curity than nIl o lieu upon the banks assets the Government would have lost nothing and the Govern went list icalzMi a per cent upon the funds MJ deposited it would have received fjs 0 0 ooo Aided in this way the bauks tefeired to would have been able to increase credit accorumo ditto is to the pjopls in the sum of 20001 S ooo This computation was made at the instance of my predecessor jne year ago and was based upon quarterly rather than dilly balances- I think some provision for tbe deposit ofsurplus funds belonging to the United States Government with National D inks upon sic rtty ohei than Government bonds would be- wise though I doubt the limitations as to the amount of capital and ant plus contained in tbe bill I alto queslicu the wisdom of mandatory provisions of law On the contrary I think there should generally be a fats latitude of discretion Authority to act in a given line Is generally suffi cleat a a I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy tor a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that It Is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used In my family I have not words to express my confidence in this Remedy Mrs Jo A Moore Knitb Star Mich For salt by all druggists m Pointed Notes When a very young man begins to know how much less he knows thane he thinks he knows then he knows romethlug that is really worth know lug Some people bavnt yet learned that you cant buy a show ticket on creditA an soon learns bow little he knows when a child begins to ques tion him To marry a woman for beauty alone is hikebuying a house for its paint Martylng through a telephone might cause an electric sensation Ask a girl for corkscrew and if she brings you a gimlet her market val ue is always above par If the phoenix ol common sense rises from the ashes ol a fools money the confligratiou has not been Ii vain 1Ever Think of This The following from the Danville Courier is gospel truth word for word A person who has never been in a telephone exchange has no idea of the amount of work done or of the pat tience required to be on operator On ly n woman makes a ftood operator A man would fly cffthe handle and swear a hundred times a day 4nd the woman must have an angelic temper or even she will lore it nearly as oft en When central is called a little flip with a number on it Sails and when a rush comes these flips fall with the most remaikable rapidity aidPteadiness Each person who has caIed txpicts to te mastered at once and if the operator dos nt drop ev erything else and answer him then he prances around makes tbe air blue and grinds his telephone like it was a coffee mill It niver occurs to tbe av erage use r of the telephone that there are perhaps a dtzea people singing I central at the Iams time he is aud each one waiting to be answeredvt opce He loses patience sod Jt ISall right but it tlie hard worked girl in the central c flee hues her patience ever so little he gets madder and goes to the manager with a kick1 She has a hundred times more to try her patlenc tut the uteraever thinks of this A visit to the exchange would a revelation to rrost people On an average they have 3 50 calls duN ing the day Just think of this the J next time you are pTovnked at the telephone and you will have some a mpntby for the girls Try a little pitienceand politeness and you will- sfind that If pays you will get better sstvlceond girls will appreciate It Aou are worried aud cross if you have toflniwer a few dozen calls a day Suppose your telepbone rang once every ten seconds wilT you would smashtbet apparatus and kickc holes In the wall The exchange girls Is human and has just as much tern per RS 3 ou When you are ont of I temper dont take It out on cuss but hang up the receiver centralI S Horrible Explosion Eagle Paan TuFtb 5 Thirty live men and eightyfive dead licdiea were recovered ipajhie Hondo mint Ol the thiity few will recover as all are badly mangled Called on tbe President Wtsblngltn Feb 4A delegatlost ol negtoifl representing the Industrial Association called on the President today and presented an IdI drersi urging his cooperation lair curing an appropriation ftorn congress fordlsabled and drcriplt exslaves in the South In Memory Of little Lula daughter of William and Mattie Edwards who departed this life November 37 1901 at Luxo ra Ark and was buried at the Car son graveyard on No Creek the 29th WOMANS RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period 2 o woman needs to have any Wine of Canlul will quickly relievo those uuwtlif Miukroal pIII5 aiJ the dragging head back and aide aches caused by filling of the womb and Irregular men- sesWINEOCARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who tutfercd every month It snakes the men JealthrI I by ture to rife women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight to many homes LAOCt1iSII M Uken with a writ pU la BUT anusStldabotUsfWI5WCar5a1 riIMIoJr1QlllMdlcIa UulCAYuc IIrff mXMsd c SOO57I God sought to take from your home 1 precious little Lula she was a sweet little flower she will bloom no more on earth but will bloom In heaven he lisa just crossed the river oljor don to meet loved ones The little feet that have trod the daik path of earth are now irudding the golden streets You tulsa her around tbe reside you see her toys and empty hair and they will all speak with e- ilent tpetch of your little Iula that 1 died AUNT SARILDA COflIE JQflNLV TIMES A WEEK 1 104 Times a Year via TNICt A WCKU CnCHirR lOVRIfAL I Ih bass psprpabflk4atbf- orVllo4 8UtM Iltocrat aid lor Ass rtxltrt ltUthtt tilotn 11 DUIH n4 Ibe Mpwloref ail ottr iuriW4Ui orWrtlllM JiflI7WaISSIEdltorTirot4 to II KITH mVTTIClU h 1Ilard j UIK 1 duotdto UMIOHK Sspleopis M t rrr on uppU Mtloi AddrMi TIIHCOlMIEKJUlK NALeLoattifl Kf 1IedIIIIII jot eta ctUHI ItJHiitiAN lid tk TWICEW IKr- oUHIKKJOUUNAL F both cii jrtt top oily 100- TkUltforcMk b crplloM ottr All Mb rrlplloB i4 r lila eotibiist5oa du taut 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that sold for 300 500 and 700 to closo nt200 350 and 550IBed Blankets that sold for 75c 100 and 150 per pair to close at 50c 75c and 100 Bed Comfortsgoodsizeto closo at 69c 85c 100 and 125 Mens heavy Boots worth 175 250 and 300 to closo at 150 200 and 250 per pair All Winter Underwear reduced in price Our 25o lino now 20c Our 60c quality now 400Ijot t1 Q tIWo are receiving now our line of the cele brated Black Cat brand of Hosiery Experience in handling this hcio has shown us that there is nothing better and few anything near as good on tho market Nothing like them for color and durability for Childrens wear Prices running from lOc to 25o samo as the inferior andCbleapaROCrlbrdH otherxmahawleSPECIAL Fifty dozen Now Spring Shirts for Men and Boys They are 75cent Our low will bo I oOc See them in our show indowsC QeCk 0 Q lei Wo wish to inform tho ladies of Hartford and Ohio county that wo aro agents for McCall Patterns aud have their lino now in stock Remember that all scames are allowedand that tho prices are only lOc and 15c Subscriptions taken for McCalls Magazine at tho Pattern counter kSks k1iour 3 ogle1 fOne Door below A De Whites and we will show 01 tYOU some Genuine Bargains t Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 Bring your Feathers Chickens and Eggs to Canon Co e R Martin jeweler and watck maker at Williams drag store Carron Coa new store house L completed and Is now ready for oc ctipancy Amea Buggies the best on the market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky Call on A e Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for special bargains In Buggies and Wago Wagons Bugges Phaetons Sarrles and all other kinds of vehicles for frsale by AC Taylor Hartford Ky Mrn O Scbiccter our genial photographer left Monday for Roch ester He will visit Haitian again In the JI- Miss y Eliza Ptxtonof the Cromwell community who has been vUUlag her sitter Mrs J L Rosen Green yule returned home Wednesday J We will move to our new bulldle about February roeUntil that time we will sell you goods at greatly re duced prices CARSON Co 4 The town of leaver Dam has a suit on bands One Mr H H Jarvis f li stumpted his toe on the sidewalk got a fall sad now wants the town to pay him Jt 500 for that fall That would- b great pay Indeed Many others would likely enjoy similar experience for such pay HE FEAREI HE HAI LIST When Wit Ting Fane utaaooi Ohio nee Minltter to WaaMogtoa tniUbk W somewhat forgetful from a MTU cold mused one day from the troll of hii eap the Immensa diamond he alwaji wears thtri besae drulfnlly trlgbteUd A trlftIa pointed out that th statesman fed taa4 donned hU turban wrong tide before acd that the diamond WM safe to the mr Had Wn Ting Fang been wear leg s Bensons Porous flMttr on baa obM or back to con bis sold hllieTer world bar doabUd 1U locatUm XcwomU haTi felt It IU wort DIdaufc exwerlfgacirculation of the blood aUimJaUBf the t akin and loon to prejxr Mtiaa aad sr dirolvinp and trtheeads taatsdy Thaws ardeire beloved that a THE ill BUMQNI IN Mil MATt i while a pretty thIu to look vpu wu of liD nee Bat Dsan Pinter- era rut Teti rtlInl salgout ehenmat1iea suaralgL wthe chen IuD back ete a1wcompletely u to eats ym wea VClU be awwsa t mnnaf thy theyrenh ddtbig 11 fir srv Il rHIt- ais oanpyerA l cuuellai- fi 1l For i nice Ht Lucia go to Stager Ofice Get your good things to eat at Sing er Office Muter Cede SUtens is tick 01 pneumonia Mr Jorden Wade MeHenry called to tee us yesterday Perch Oysters Celery sad Craaber Ties at Singer Ofice Mr Wm Park Narrows sade BS I pleasant tail yesterday IlMr Miss Gay Zenola McCtaran at the Baptist Church Unlght ftlceat Cheese Sausage sad Crack eri la town at singer Office Telephone your orders to Singer Office and save your trip to tows Bananas Oranges Lemons Pears Apply and CocoainUat Singer Of flee Supt DeWeese Is visiting at hiliI old home la Sbreve He will return tomorrow Sign of The Cross toslght atI the Baptist Church by Mss Gay McCIaraa Mr E P Taylor Beaver Data made fins REPUBLICAN a pleasant call Wednesday Col e M Barnett after spendin- Several days with his family returned to Louisville Wednesday Tonight Is the entertainment the Baptist Church Dont fail to be on hand ItWill be fine Mr J W Taaaer who has been last Louis since early In November retaraed home Tuesday evenlag Mrs J L Greenville who has Jeea la California for her health returned last Saturday bat llttlesla provedEaqJaitA Park who Is engaged In the reveane business at Caaeyvllle was at home wjtb his family Saturday sad Sunday Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist char q Sftqrday and lrNldlarThe Y JoIc A will offer ntj traat at the Baptist Charch toaltat Are you goingl ej coarse I tna t alf rJ to mla that IKr Raydan Webb Champaign at the bedside of his father who has been Yet sick of career of the stomach for several days coadl Uoa uncharged The last tea days hive been quite slick the delight oCmalirthe coast ersrto the sorrow and jaUfortaue of others But who care hew fJaltlr t1NSs 1e1 4 pw y3- M I Q Get the Most Out of Your FoodY- ou dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not die gut all that is ordinarily taken into it It gets tired easily and what It falls to digest Is waited- Among the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating ate of ner vous headache and disagreeable belch logcdifferent times tor stomach trouble and a ran down condition of the tjtlcm and have been greatly benefited bjr Its use I would not be without It In mjr family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stom ach nausea and find hoods Eariaparllla Invaluable E BHICIWAW WCbester Pa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone tho stomach arid the digestive system Mr Ewen Morris died at his home Balzetown Monday morning of heart failure He was seventyseven years ol age Interment occurred Tuesday at the Falrview burying ground Dr J S Coleman will celebrate his 75th bbtbday on the asth day of this month on which day be will be bap to hear from bis friends in what ever wy may be convenient or agreeable to them Cicero Maxwell Camp No will a special meeting on Saturday Pebruary 15 at i oclock Business of vast Importance Is to be transacted Installing officer will be there H H DAVIS TaR RHPUDUCAN is in recelt of a- very Interesting letter from Mr John W Nelson Roslae on The Spiritual Effects of Drunkenness It will ap pear next week owing to its lateness ef arrival Urn John Millon Leach of the Bald Knob community died last PriIday of consumption She a husband and two children She was daughter of Mr R P Sorrels CromwellaMrs Alf Carter of the Concord community fell on the Ice early this week dislocating an ankle joint and fracturing a home In the same joint She Is getting along as well as could be expected for one of her age The new hank at Corbin Ky bee gait business the set inst Messrs Ike C Adair 1ordsvllles successful banker and John J McHenry Louis vllle are largely interested Capt Oscar Bishop Is cashier The men behind the enterprise insure success The Board of Pension Examiners held their regular session Wednesday h la Dr Weddings office Jaa B Wright Roalne Jno A McHenry and Sam Hines both of color Hart ford were before the board The three applicants are seeking an In crease The lull board was present The high tide ot Green river is go lag to the delight of the lowlanders on its coarse The river is reported to be higher than before in five years Rough river is booming but not higher ban usual in heavy winter rains Its waters are now cleverly seeking the main It you see a fellow with a patch on his ear nose chin or cheat you nat urally conclude that hes been coast lag Bat if you observe another take ing the entire sidewalk or even the street you should attribute it to the Ice lad not accuse him of hitching with Bock these slick days The Board Supervisors have quit bnslaess and gone They worked faithfully impartially and conscien tiously 0 for thirteen days and gave one extra day for good count The law does not permit a longer session of the board than thirteen days But the Central Coal Iron Co succeed ed in extending the time one day by making the membeu thereof present 300 each their per diem and thus succeeded in reducing tbe raise 6n its property 13450 The Taylor Coil Co would profit by tbe example ol its shrewd neighbor Had It followed suit more than likely a large part of that 142000 raise Bould have been removed See the pint Mr Bar nard Marriagesg to Miss Mary Payee Etnavllle Mr Alva Evans Arnold to Miss Otha Daugherty Arnold Mr Foster Gross Fordsvllle to Miss Ltdda Gary Manda Mr WB Jones Rosine to Miss Meta Skaggs Dundee Mr Frank Prize Fordsvllle to Miss Mary Ann Howard Narrows Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice tho labelon your paper and if your time has expired please send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a newspa per May vro hear from you WantcdTelcptfone Poles The Rough rRlvcr Telephone Co wants a lot ol chestnut telephone poles from 45 to 50 feet long 8 Inches at top Apply jto D M Hocker manager office otrW D Moore e grocery Hartford tf p Wireless Telegraphy Southampton Feb 4 As a result of the successful experiments ofwire less telegraphy between the steam ship Philadelphia and shore stations I It is probable that the Marcos system will be Installed oa the steamships ol the AKKtfeM Il- seLJL I FORT DOUGLAS UTAH- An Interesting Description of Some things a SoldierI Boy Has Seen EDITOR REPUBLICAN I take pleas ute in answering many questions asked by my friends through the- olumns of your paper Fort Douglas is a very beautiful place situated on thee side foot hill of the Wasbata mountains three miles east of Salt Lake City one of the prettiest towns In tke mountains It lies In a beantl feel little ampetheater at the jnnctUn of the lake fork of the Gunenlson river aud Ilea del SOli creek The city Is well laid out with shade trees on each street which gives It a handsome and picturesque appearance Small stream of water pure and clear as crystal flow down the aides of each street No better class ot buildings can be found in any moun tain town The climate is mild and equablethe snow fall is light in winI ter and the mountains protect It fromI winds The town has handsome aaI substantial public school edifices fourI religious denomination are represent ed the population is intelligent and moralThe city was originally settled by Mormons under Brigham Young In July 1847 and It abounds in monuments and mementoes of these strange people They laid out the original city In qnares 666JJ feet in lengtbI each square containing ten acres The streets are 132 feet wide and eve every treat Is shaded by grand old long armed trees many of them fruit and flower bearing Every hones in the city is surrounded by green lawns and garlans the humblest abode cot ages half hidden among the trees and flowers become a thing ol beauty in fact the emblem of Mor monism was a bee hive and every woman and child had to work tsomethingThe 63 miles ot electric street railways a hundred miles of admirable streets and twenty miles of twenty foot sidewalks The Mormon Temple block stands first among the things that must be seen It Is a ten acre square ear rounded by a massive wall sixteen feet high and five feet thick In ltj stands the magnificent Mormon Tem pie the Tabernacle and Assembly Hall The Temple is with the single exception of St Patricks Cathedral la New York the grandest and cost eat structure in the country It was begun Im853 and completed in 1894 sad cost =6000000 It is aoo feet long 100 feet wide and too feet high with lour towers one at each corner MO feet in height The walls are ten feet thick and the mssslvenesa and solidity of Its construction Insures Its defiance of the ravages of time forages to come It Is built wholy of snow white granite from the cottODI wood canyon and standing on one 01I loftiest points of the city it can be seen for filly miles up and down tbeI valleyThe Tabernacle which is just west ot the Temple in the same square is one of the curios ol the word It Is shaped like a vast terrapin back and Is built wholy of iron glass and stone It Is 350 feet long 150 feet wide and 100 feet high in the center of the roof the walls are twelve feet thick aad there are twenty huge doable doors for entrance The Tabernacle seats 13464 people and its seating properties are so marvelously perfect that a whisper can be heard all over It The organ is one of the largest and grandest toned in existence and was built here of native wood by a Mormon workman It is fiftyeight feet high has sixtyseven stops and contains a 648 pipes The choir con slate of 500 trained voices and the music Is glorious beyond description All the seats are free and Mormons from all parts of the world are to be found among the vast multitude that assembles at ever service Think ol seeing the holy communion broken bread and water from the Jordon river Instead of wine administered to from six to eight thousand communicants at one time Dad finally the old time Mormons Apppsttes Bishops Elders and Warriors marching In with six to twenty wives and from twenty five to seventyfive children apiece Well I have written more than I expected too and hoping the readers may be benefited I will close Yours respy COLBUAH TATDM Nine KilledrPlttsburg Feb 4At 215 this morning just as the Pittsburg harbor tonbot J W Alles passed through lock No2 the boilers exploded throwing the crew ot fourteen In all directions Three of tbe crew are known to be fatally hurt and only 5 others are accounted for Alice burn to the waters edge Caittln Shaw who Is not seriously hurt thinks many of the crew per ished Alles was valued at f2500 The Case of Jim Howard The Washington Post sums up the result of the trial of Jim Howard In a brief paragraph tayln If that Kentucky jury really bellev ed that Jim Howard killed Goebel it returned a most inconsistent verdict But then we must not expect consis tency la connection with the Goebel caseBut there is an expectation of re turning justice for the suspects who have been put oa trial for complicity la the Barter or sr the ratter it tl self It undoubted that if Howard was guilty as charged he deserved death and the claim of the prosecu tion was emphatic that its case against him was stronger on the trial which resulted In a life sentence than it was on the first trial which result ed in the sentence of death There were no opponents to capital punishment an the jury which condemned Howard to the penitentiary for life and there were no Republicans The first ballot taken showed that the twelve Democrats who tried him voted that he was guilty On the question of penalty the first ballot was seven for life imprisonment and five for the death penalty and tbe entire consid eration of the case including dlacns lion of the testimony discussion ol the penalty and balloting occupied little over one hour There can be no question that the jury doubted the guilt of Jim Howard otherwise tbe penalty meted out by the first jury would have been meted out by the second It was not so much inconsistency but the cooling down of pas stun and of prejudice and the dpubt that was In the mind of the jury that Impelled a life sentence Cincinnati Commercial Tribune 3 Barges 13 Lives New York Feb 4 There is every reason to believe that three barges coal laden from Newport News for Boston were lost at sea as the result of the storm Sunday night and that thirteen peple comprising tbe crews have perished The barges were tbe Antelope Belle of Oregan and Mystic Belle The finding ofa piece of wreckage bearing the letters Ope lends confirmation to the other infor mation at hand Change of Venue Butler Pa Feb 5 Realizing that she bad ruined her husband Mrs Sof fel does not wish to bring further die grace and humiliation upon him She now desires a change of venue when she faces trial She said today that she was willing to meet any fate the law may place upon her but does not wish punishment administered in the court house across the street from her old home She begged Assistant Dis trict Attorney Robb of Allegbaney county to grant her this much in the name of her husband who is Robbs friend and told him her husband la- In no way to blame for her conduct She said she charged the crime against the State and that she bad never sinned She pleaded that her act was brought about through her sympathy for the Biddies and not her loveRobb would not make any definite promise to her at this time TO Sell Surplus Lands Washington Jan 3oMr John Jensen agent of the Ponca Indians jn Oklahoma is la Washington for the purposed conferring with Mr Hitch cock Secretary of tbe Interior concerning the proposed opening of sur plus lands of the Poncas to sale and settlement The Poncas have about 150000 acres In excess of their allot meats It Is considered very fine farming lands and would sell rapidly at from 10 to fao an acre Some ol the leaders among the Poncas are anx ious to dispose of this surplus land and an effort will be made to effect a treaty authorizing this disposition ot the property In case the sale of it is authorized the government under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior would probably over the land for sale at public auction limit- Ing the amount to be sold to one person to 163 acres The value placed upon the lands by tbe Indians makes It out ol tbe question for tbe government to attempt to secure the land for preemption by homesteaders r Blizzard in Michigan Calumet Mich PebsThe Worst blizzard of the season is sweeping over the Copper in tbe Upper Penis solar Street railway traffic is tied up and trains are running considera bly behind times For the Worlds Fair Nearly seventeen million dollars has been appropriated for the St Louis Worlds Fair up to date Five millions ot this was from Congress five millions more from Sf Louis five millions more from corporations companies and Individuals Missou ri has given a million for its exhibit Other Stales win send from756co to 500000 each Former citizens o Kentucky who came from St Louis to the Commonwealth last week returned home with assurance that their native State would make a good showing The exposition gives prom ise of being tbe greatest In the histo ry of the world and It behooves Ken tucky to fitly and fully illustrat- there her resources her industries and pngrevs in civilization Moss Wins Washington Feb 5Conteste Elections Committee No i today took formal action on tbe case of Moss vs Rhea from the Third Kentucky dill tract The full commltte was present tbe six Republicans voting for Mss while the three Democrats voted tar Rbea The minority members of the committee have been given until Feb ruary 24 t prepare their report On that date the case will be reported to tbe House and will probably be considered a few days liter Represents tlveTaylor pi Ohio chairman of th committee said today that an inspec Lion ol the ballots convinced a major ity of the committee that Moss had a clear majority of not less than twen tyfear rotes Rhea majority at My Lungs U An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough friends said- I had consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and It promptlyA Nokomis III You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayers Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on so you let it run along Even now with all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall backon Tint ihn I Ite UcSI All IrattWa Coninlt rear doctor If he eye take Ittbtn do a he ft If he tell TOO not to tab IL tlien dont like It II know Lanl1wllhJCATEKC0LLowenuu certified was 156 Aa there In no split among the Republican members the majority report will be adopted by the House 4 The Biddle Brothers Broke Jail Early Thursday morning January 30 Jobn and Ed Biddle broke jail at Plttsburg and undertook to escape to Canada They were in jail under a death sentence for murder The Bid die brothers bad been leading a reckless life of stealing houhe braking and murder Finally captured they were tried and condemned to bang A priest who had tried to administer to their spiritual needs met a cold response from then Being very sympathetic and anxious about their future he decided that tender entreat lea of a kind mother would likely reach their strong beaitsand a change come before death To this end he entreated the wardens wife Mrs Peter Soffel to talk with the Blddjea and show them the way of life and the im portance thereof She consented and soEdward Biddle who was very hand some intelligent and attractive soon convinced Mrs Soffel that he was in nocent She became thoroughly con finned of his Innocence and long brooded over the idea of hanging innocent men To avoid this crime as she supposed it to be she set about to aid them in escape When these plans were being formed Ed Biddle was playing on her affections He succeeded and a mother of tour chile dren fell to the ginnnd floor of human degradation Love letters frequently passed The mother chatted with the fiend as he cut his way through the iron bars with saws furnished by the foolish woman Learning that the prison was to be Inspected on Thurs day Mrs Soffel made her way to the prisoners cell and conveyed the news The bars were cut the gpards were knocked or shot down and cast into the prison dungeon They es caped to brief liberty and to death The condemned men and the unfortunate woman made their way out of the city stole a horse and sleigh and began a rapid flight to the Canadian border where they hoped to be free Only 4 few hours of freedom did they enjoy A force of detectives were In hot penult Overtaken the battle was Sought on one side for freedom on the other for the capture of the condemned and the ransom offered for their heads Immediately pre ceeding the fight the Biddies decided not to be captured alive and as are suit each though shot by the posse shot himself The Biddies died from their wounds The woman was captured and will recove- rCHICHESTERS s ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS too 8fI o cooJV 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reeHmcHcatt ite ofwsasfflaaifc J T sft ilN fCorkiars4lrabncla eWealen i iiIIiiiiiHAMIBERSISAWS j That are being used to complete noiseand4kwe ore fering The first all but distracts us but the latter ought to be mu zt sic for you Just two weeks more tand we will move into our new j store and it IS not a question of iprofit but a question of how much jfj goods we can cash The more goods twe sell the less we will have to move so we are going to wipe out all profits We quote you prices on a few articles below t Good Brown Domestic 1 yd wid41- 0t Better grades sameriH t 7J- og Remnant Calico 2ic T The Best Calico oe Good Bleached Cotton7c 8io and lOc fr Bleached Sheeting 94 wide18cSa- mefy 104 wide 22- ciTnbleachedSheeting17eA to 21 r All lOc Percals Tic T All 12Jc Percals 10c c 000J s2Qen s to 1000 1T fy lions Suits 250 to 1000 I Wo also have a full line of Woolen Dress Goods l fr Flannels Skirts and Millinery Good that wo will isell regardless of cost Come and inspect our st- ockCARSONCO 1 i Hartford Kym +I1 44444 EVERYBODYS STORE i February 1st is the time for our semiannual inventory We want as few goods as possible at that time conSequent- ly we will make it to your advantage to buy NOW Our broken lots of everything will be sold at quite a saving to the purchaser Jackets and Overalls Hamilton Carheart do Cos unionmade The durability of this line of goods has been attested to by thousands of satisfied wearers Wo carry a com pleto lino of these with or without the apron front Also tho difl rent styles in the Coa- tsFurniture Remember wo carry a verycompleto lino of this goods Everything you need for the furnishing ofyour House wo have and the prices are all right Every article strictly reliable I I I I These Stoves are taking tho day 1is unsur l passed They are an ornament to a room Firebox linings if properly cared for itsequal Buy your wif m s I Old Hickory and Tennessee WagonsR jjWhen you buy One of these Wagons you know you take no risk in getting your monos worth Why take chances on a Wagon that you knowmothing about for a few cohts r difference in pliceTDu one of tkese and satisfaction is guaranteedI 0 I E P BARNES c sRO Beayer Dam Ky r JcgelablcPrcparalionfor As ismIiatIngthffocdiuu1Retda1i i Promotes DfecslioaChectful ncss and IfcstContalns OmumMorpWne nor ncr1l- 1NOTNAncOTIC jecvvwozdJJs4f777JYrrJ1tJ Jt 1JifJt 110 sTb Aon J jI- In1HJI ftrrorAnstl iionSourStomachDiarrocaVonnsConvubionsrevcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK I LtXACT PYWRJ For Infants and Childrenl The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature of InJ Use For Over I Year- sGASTORIA TtK CfNTAUH C0MMNV NEW CITY z SON I =oc QJn= c c zwCC 1 =AtrO I A71 CCA LINEv= cU I FI BARTFOED Y A FAST AND EASY RIDB IN TilE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ASTHMA CURE FREE Astlimalono Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOlIl NAME AND ADDRESS PIAIMY I I CHANKD FOR TEH 1 tEARS I c 111T1 a cnlTl theI Thirty VOft FIELD = There Is nothing like Asthraalene It brings Instant relief even In the worst cases It cures when all else falls The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge I III says Your trial bottle ol Asth malene received In good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw OUT advertise ment for the cure oi this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my aston- Ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi ol the Cong Dual Israel New York Jan 31 1901 Drs Talt Pros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and Its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma I Its success is astoutamni and wonderful Alter having it carefully analjed we can state that Asthmalete contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER I J Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co I Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well ns many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on 130111 street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alter using one bottle her Asthma had disappeared arid she Is entirely free ham all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this I distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D A Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsize bottle and I am erer grateful I have family of tour children and for six years was unable to work I am 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 Rlvlngton street S RAPHAEL 67 Bast r29th at1 New York City Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal t Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East I3oth St N Y Cit- ySold by DruggistsImtm T- MI u A BOON TO MANKIND 1 DR TABLERS BUCKEYE 9F1irOOi 11 k M 0 c OJ tit i e CASTOR TRANSFER I c ULi C id W 0rz t PILE CURE A Nw Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAl 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS jAUESFBAlURDSoIePioprlefor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MP For Sale by H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky c t i t0 I ss p r Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY7I Illinois Central Railroad Tlmo TabloCSew time curd Inking 0ect Sanday Dec 2 at cool Mnrlli lloiinil Nnnlli llnnnil No 131 da 037 n in No 191 dnollIT n m- No 102 doeMTp m No 101 tIc S47 p m Noln On I13i p in XoUl dee Mi oIt JII cght So lit doe TWi m bsto CUKIS KnlllFAU Ias for n4l Uouin Strap TutttUoud CM In lire loidbrdnmiiti CONSUMPTION 1 n ly THE OLD HOMESTEAD liT TIMUIB As my mind travels back oer many n year picture stands out plain and clear Tis the picture ot n house tall and hite- Oriehundrui yards from the road on to the night love every tree on that old place Every flower that has looked on my Itdear ones face Each plank in that house is linked to- my heart Not a memory will lade not a link will start How plainly I see the cak shaded lane With its miniature lakes just after the rain But plainer than all these pictures I see- The iotm of one who was dear te me am far from there now but I love to dwell Oa scenes remembered and loved so well was happy then the future was bright I knew not a care from morning till night Stop a moment oh world weary man Try to remember if remember you can The dear old homeof sour early love Does the memory not cling wherever you rove Do you remember the evening stt oil When the path seemed brighter than brightest gold When your heart was light as a zephyr in June And constantly played a melodious tune We may gain honor riches and fame But the dear old home remains ever the same No matter how far our footsteps may roam WtH never forget the dear old home It Is imprinted on the heart and graven the mind Sacred memories are round it twined May it be the last oVject on which rest my eyes When my soul leaves the earth and mounts to the skies r A Remarkable Case- A o peculiar breech of promise suit has just been flied in Seymour Indi ana At the last term of the Jackson Circwlt CourtGeorge Rich was granted a divorce from his wife Martha J POWERFUL MEN OFTHE EAST An Intmitlag Kiplooatlon ol their Untunal Strength Tin 8 Tftol tiiclr Uamloua Vitality and Xm Kur Jralunilj Guarded Women ol Ute Hnrcm Compound 1otlon Wboir UtjtlnnaUDIJ Raccta art Alinoit Mlrar uloni anil Attonlnhlng the iloit Skeptical The louileit hopei ol ancient or moilcra iwkert- Iter the Fountain ot Perpetual Youth can cnirelr hnro aimed btabrr than tb multi ardlereil by the marrelout compound known throaghout the tast us KLMOKUIH- Trarrllfni returning In Knrop have Iron Unit to time liroaKut aitunUhlnn tatieot therein tenatluif ellI produnit by thli Wonder ot tbi Orient Crudely compounded by th Women ol Ib Harem Iron tormnloa handed down orally train generation tu Keneration Iba awret ol thIi prep aration thnu Jenlounly nnrdednnd known only to the Inmate ol the Harem ned the Court Iby Iclnn EL MOKnill hoabeen practically nnob talsable emptlnf by the larnredone lor whom It wo Intended lINeally however prominent natlrn Arabian IrnlrlunbnnUhrd Irom hli eonntry lor pollllcil oK o c and rteprlrvd ol JiW Tail pOD bu otollnj blmiell ol hli kuuwledjc to earn n llrrll hood beflttlnc hlittatlonby applying thla oar telonn couipound KL MOIIlH to the nobility and weAlthltr CIIII eiot all Knrope who bar bull paid him large tee In return for tut benefit rIdContent with the lara jerome derlrml fran- thu practice IhU OReO rhynlilnn baa repeatedly retnird very liberal offer mad to tIm lor th tormnla ot bli Ilemedy bat be baa flashy with lb Importing hoa e nt TUB NoYicnFcLLtn Couriir ol Ihllitdclphln to put It up lu con TcnKDt form lor aelo eitlo lTely ra the United tate ODdthln firm harlngth enluitr agency now offer It lor the flrit time to th American pnbllThM remedy lni not bft rontounded with th- cnmeroui usrToon eibnuntlon lout manhood I uod rll abuse reuiedlen which are adrertlmd nn- der n rurUtT ol name n tbtr U ubiolutrlr I notblnttnblth iclentlllc rnemUtry bun bea able tn produce whlth can ida npprontbthe peerlru 111 UDKIIIII a pnrvir rentable rompouad fltrotted Irom rare tropical root and brb HI MOKUIU I A remedy loron ipecISc per pour nhlcb U to trengtben the vital lorve end I prevent decay In men It marreltfu effect In ar i railing decay ot th vital prIDtlpl fvpetlally In tb male being unparalleled and never talllnit and 811111111 nnlrenal an orir tb1at1wbr itrong Tlrll men with large dents ere the raUther muc bo no doubt either ai to It fltflenry or beneflt to th general ayi tern While It li ab abiolnt ipetltte and poiltlrely guaranteed to for the wont eaie ol uerrou de bUIUloot manhood or similar weaknerun due to eireuci or yontblul error It 10 oleo flied with the urealMl ucceid a a rltnllzcr giving to all weak part Iud dtreloplng mnlutalhlng th ton natural rigor ol manhood It Ia put np for tb American trade la tablet form end though extremelr powerfal H U per- fectlyI harmleii and ea lly taken on tablet beln I a donn end doing the work at once and in er r death a to loam no doubt In tb mind ottb patient It will coro you to ci to itay cured Urerypackag lionened endcerefuliyizemlnpd- I tb Importer when retlrod end U then re packed under their ii and oruaraite to cure It wilt be tout prepaid under plain roe er with rail and couplet direction on receipt 1 utth price llOO per packe orils packicn fir 5M Addrfn OTR4rccaaCeupawr Urkil mt tk Sll rltlllhlpjo A WORTHY SUCiJESSOR I I Somotliing Now Under TIme SunIAll Doctors gasey Inbnlers by and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the tnucuoua membranes causing them powertntentirely eaten away tVe saute mem that their maker have aimed cure while pastiH arid ointments cannot reach the disease An old itfld experienced practitioner who has many years made close study and speciality of the reatuient ol Catanh has at last pt i cted a treat meut which when faltl u ly used not only relieves at once ht permaneut cures Cata h by moving the cause stopolnt the iliKrliatKes And curing all inQamniali i It in tht only remedy known t ctence that actually reaches the emitted parts This wonderful remedy s known as Snuffles the Guaianlecd Catarrh Cure and is sold At the extremely low price ol One Dollar each package containing Internal and external at monthsIits perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect aU Cure ever made and is nrw recognized as the only sale nud poitlvc cure for that annoying and disgntting dlsenteI cures all iniUmatlon permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold In the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles vril save you it you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which is postlvely cnantn h teed to cure Catarrh in any stage if need according to the threeI tions which accompany each pack Rge Dont delay but send lor it at Is once and nrlte lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to yon beyond the regular price ol Snufflis the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B UtIca It Company 2330 nndt 2331 Market street Philadelphia Rich December 34 he was married to Sophia Asll Now the first Mrs Rich files suit against her former husband for breach of promlt and demanding 3010 damages Sheal leges in her complaint that after the divorce was granted she and her divorced adjusted their differences and that he piomlsed to marrj Jntr again U The trial is awaited witha good deal of Interest Lard is cllming the market pole as if it had greeted Itself find slid up It Is today the most altitudinous ol pack- Ing house products and it Is accounted for in a peculiar wa Vhen the corn market is low he farmers lutI their corn into pork When the market is up the corn is as good as pork and does not nerd conversion C It is fold as corn and the hog doss not let it railing tn net corn he al to fails to get fat He is sent to mark et in a scrawny condition and when he gets to the butcher he trims down into two mealy hams and as many shoulders a couple of lean sides and that is all there is of him No lard la got out of him that is not more than enough to make a sample exhibit There is a little there but it is hardly a pay streak And the butcher men say that Is why lard Is cllming the greasy pole and to a fellow on the ground it looks to lie an awful long way to the topICASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tha dSignature of The young Indian wife of tf loy is clean a fairly good ceele and tidy with her house says an exchange She IB not yet well versed in the nit decorating and red and green are predominating colors in all oi her I rooms whether in harmony or not The house has geo1 furniture but it is trangely arranged The lounge is a favorite piece of furniture and one sees it in every Indian household always in the parlor Ifthey have a piano or organ It goes into the bed room The young bucks best saddle also goes Into the parlor and in many houses It Is hung upon the wall Red ribbons are tied to every thing even the tall ol the cst for no Indian house is complete without a dOfIIHelping Atout the House ItThe helpfulness ol a good man when it conges to assistance in domes tic affairs is apt to be very much like that orMr Barker whose exploit is narrated beoor Ills wife hud asked him to hand a picture the had purchased for the par lor and ho had said he would do I InajlOy You must get me the cord and a picture hook he said to his wife and tell the servant girl to ran down In the cellar and bring up tha step ladder and carry it Into the parlorand wheres those two little screw thing a mejigs that go Into the back of the frame at the sides to put the cords through Look them up for me and 4In need the gimlet to bore a lltte bole for the screws Somebody get the gimlet or maybe I can drive them with hammer Johnny you run down in the cellar and let the ham mer I dont know but a cbaJr will do better than the step ladder for me to stand ox SaraeVody t o out Into the THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern Nirmal Shoal the great Independent NornulTralnlng School of the South An able Faculty of riiigtjrvte Specialists lies charge of the lTetint Departments sad thorough practical dud comprehensive II done sad 1jElocution 7 C EIIsIi Jcachcni State State Dljilotua Preparatory Scientific Oratory Vocal and Instrwnental Musk courses areitaUghtt + inotre Innle III veonwboeipecllDtIkta- vise Li f7 qe work we are doing la our f law School BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE tending fluinrag Training School of the South Thouumdi The Nitlaall of the Builncm Men of the country etc graduate or this IniUtutlon School al TtlMra 1fou want a thorough Commercial Education and a Position when you e ph ClII Ionic complete a courfc It wilt pay you to Inreitleate what we offer AU the ani Commercial llranche are taught Including Hookkccplng EI sil Typewriting ni lneu Corrt wnlence Ilurlucs commerciafThe ouly achool of Its kind In the South A regular Law Pennuuihlp llutlnn Practice vie Teals llaptcbtr and practical Kallroad Man baa charge the 9atr4czedan our Mutlent rtorttiloiml arc imtvtrMlly Votld ROd uccellSfDllo octet tlieComrnercIatStudents vill be in dally attendance during the hUI poaltlon of honor and troll CCt apresent scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAININQ BOHOOLS OF THE SOUTH WBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free Aridrtja Ho tt CHERRY BMM I Maugar Bowling 8rit Ky kitchen and get me n chair Idint want to stand on a pnrlnr cbalr Got that cod Just measure off jt the tight lengta and fasten it K tliMR little thing nt the silfs There now thttea your pictuir bunt up in K 00I8hape and GO fiss about It Tte didcteacebetwrpn tfe men and you wrinen is when ve have anything to do we RO anti do it wthtmt any luss nbmit ItVouths Companion The individual who gets the lewe t litters makes the most complaint to the jotmaster the nvtn who ntver tJ a good met at home growls at the hotel accommodations the ma Who complains most of his neighbor the meanest cf the lot the chuicb member who jwya the least to the preacher salary finds the uiOBt fault and always complains ot tie bad man agement of the church the milan who never inveets n dollar in town enter prtiei is the man who is always cij lug down public improvements the j loafer or no account workman is nl to the front in strikes and labor agitation nnd time tubictlber who is the sorest to pay his subscription Gnds the most Mult in his pipe Canton Roller Monthly ID laJaIolrca Ch10 Co =Clrtolt artT T Owe Jdll JJK Kowe Atturny Uwrtiboro T II lllaik Jailer 4A Audcniia leek Itowall llolbrovk ilitrrlon mUnluDer U II Ukei Trait Jury Fund tel- I Ktoa MwriS llartltml Itoimty sberitrJ XeowB CUreae Keowa Jo ll Ilaberta It L lloyd Iicmtevas 4riu rteoaTeekr t Mon day la MauL and Aagtut and continue three wkMnd third Monday In hay aad uvePwr- two wekanctyCoert4 I Mttter Jade M S Itn aadCkrk W II Haraii Attoraj llarttud JtCoart eoaTMM Int Uontajr la Men mouth Quarterly CourtRglaa Oft tIM tilled losday la April Jalj Oetobtraad Janaarj Court olthrAa4ulviM ftnt S4o daj la Jan Toadey after aocoad Monday Ii OeMter Otter Offlpfrt J II Wood ttamrvr Oral Frank Lowe AuMMor B da Jaain lWiei School Hgprrbitaadent lUtUaed neiL Dade roner8alpbarSprtDm xotieoa Court n K Iladaan Bearer DnratNbraary IS hAY IT Annost 30 Detmabf C- jra W Hart In Ilalnt n Kbranry SI Kay V Angptt Novembers Jao U OmboQ NiiJ Falmnty It May T Angget 57 Deeemlif T A neon rne rHI CMinMrr t MnJ AnIJ Norember 5 J A lllek llafcrnlrebnary May I Aug 111 1 November c W A Hone Ontertona 1ebrmry II May It- ugtA M Nurenlxr It J VUroi llwkpurt 1rbnury I May II- AnnetN SuTMaber 01110110 Cov1 M E Charch SoathHtrvlna third Huadit In euch month at II a M and tp m and lourtb Sunday at 7 p M Irsyer raentlng every Wedae Iy ereolng Itor J C 1etrle 1ai tar lalnIbBanday In veeb treelagI live J U liar Troiteea Hartford 4a 1 Miller JII IScbool T IUean U M llaeker J II 1Ilbr C 1Ifly Town Trot tew A I White I K Wvraer J II 1attuD W O Ilnrdokk H J UVWIii- fC crot Coclotloo A O V W nieeti Stat end tided Mlarday nlyhti Hartford Lodxe Xo 071 P A A Maioni Scat Monday night In ewh month lloORh Hirer ICKlucXo 110 KDlgbtiol 11 bill meet every Tuesday night 1rMton Morton 1ott No4 0 A It bold rrg alnrmettlognHatBrdoybrforeOratSandaylo each monthAll of the mpettlre llllr Invlteil attend fill inertlngn rWORMS C RTNE FOR 50 CENTS COERS Cotton received U HanphU from September 1 1901 to and including April 15 1902 the only being that each lAi YtcT gseaa aist lie accompanied by ZO cacti for a jearaaubscrlptlos I THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL J1re fffMf JT trv farm and Family Journal of tho South 3 TB first ctmct N Mrtt correct guess o the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis from ScpUrabtr i 19011 to April ifi ipoa will be awarJtil to cash as follows u If received In December I 5OOOg If received U January 3500 received be plainer the propoalUoa Is simply this If the correct or nearest correct guru Is received In the fortunate niesjer will receive 1000000 In cash If not received until October the guesser ITo 9pooooo If it until November 750000 II not until December 300000 If not until jso oo If net uitll February 300000 not until March 100000 THE MIMPHI8 TTKEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL U the greatest new farm and family journal of the United SUtta At omly 50 casts a car It give tin and twelve pages IraIane new specially prepared farm matter by Prof S U Tracy a womaVe and childrens department by Howard j a rellRioui page 14 I with Dr Talmacea 8 nday sermom aad a Sundayschool lesson a abort story and continued atory the latrnt market report Waaklaf gosaipaid many coIning news and Information rrQaa sit AayA44rC4 am Ga aa zMltd U r r1f SlakIng Hf mliunee uu i CONTEST CLOSES 01 VIOl 31 1102 bet t bfas ltabaIba CRbrof balMI1iaa imvt4la M ai kM hum Seibr I net to Aarll 14 I ian tluh Ihe auui agr e4 lk MtiaykU CtlUa Xa cbiig I be Ibe Jgiai upas whiek the eteet Ii Is be dC144d- I dlftIbeipvit7i I Sfan tlaxlf aa4 uVl lkie to aka a ctm lb rim la Mpkia WtwMa tM dat atlsa4 f tot paae Ml 7SS Ire 511 kw Nebe rbMa Ct lit x- JIZ Ia a nasa a ic ISC6 = 1 CaM C SN Af I fr ap 1 ass S Ata lIe41u4e I Xb 4bbe r ulna mve4t X M no ap 1 iaa 4 Ar osre Nrs kl of U tv4 I M tkUflwm i 1 1tMAI 15 5S a Mhla C e I LsIlluu1J4xibr Ns a Mpkts frm 5pi iass M April la l atta- K arvaM will fc rrdd whr roxtwark 11 w- sItlrwall4Iair Uiam Hank SI l Cat a4r aacimiatuae vlll a b rraa witt Imttt I rcir4 at Ik Crotal At aftInlet thu AprIl 5 IWl a MMUr ltalt lma- kSilDFORAFIEEAMPLECOPTa 2lk raielttaca payable ta aal a4ira- TM WKBXLT COnSKHClAt AfTKAI L I Jtpkla Tau 0 O9O OO X OfO O O O OeO0 O o o oe Buzzards are loraewhat nasty birds but they are never caught standing I around on the sidewalks spitting ont their filth lor cleanly women to walk InProwlerVICKSBURG VETERANS VISIT Tho Old Battle Grounds AND TUR NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS TW a rvlvl K vctrrani of It Cempalgu aad HrKof Vkkpbara and tbrtr frtcBiln leVI VltaM note that tha UlMl Central Railroad Cunpaer utill roil a lowrota tiranloa to the New Urltaai Mardl time with a two blabti cod a do r atop- over at VkkbotK leaning Chicago at Cla IL Piwport at O HI a mIII Loul at IOU p n Cutunntl lit MO p roand LouUvtlU alMIi w oaTwwhi Frtrnaryl llolh Htaudard IDlUaaaaad Eixnloa Hkvprra will be otr ruUt Clilniro nod run ClnHnnatl and Ix DUvlllto Sew Urlam and ID addition Kxeqrslon Can wU- Ibe ran from Kiwport nni from Ht loole to Ntw lrlen The price per loDI tfrib aether We enplrd hr OB or two pcol will be ataliuwa to Nrw Orlieu In standard t1per from Chicago- soeo from ilntlnnntl and from IioaUvlllr ITOO la liinnlon Can from Chicago aad from Inr Itort SSO from Nt LJuHCInelnnutlond LoDI vine 5550 TbtabeafcrMt trip sod every TtUraaevcr r1loodrrpplr for their nlwplnij car accomnoUun- iIot podnl trola rnt I whIch will bthirw Hul Jlanll free rote limit Etc copialtonr home ticket DItoDtr addrwuth nearrtt ol IbI 1011lonll WHITES CREAM VERFJHFUCEa ii Quanuty aiiia Qullt For 20 Years Has Led all Worn Remedies smfff ftlOXX SaT 024X4 SaXVtTCsXBTa Prepaeed byoaA JAIY5E8 F BALtARD St touls For SaId by J H Williams Druggist 1ar ford Ky 1 u U = t 1 Americas Best t 1 Republican Pt peru l1 ED1TORILY FEARLESS = CONSISTENT Y ItEPUBLICANtr4wAvs It41 News from all pasta of the World Welt written Ii original storiesAnswers to queries on all subjects T bittThe WEEKLY INTEROCEAN I 41 THE INTEROCEAN IIIB member of the Associated jj rPIesanti also is the only Western newspaper reedy r combined telegraphic and cable news matter of E 41 both the New York Sun nod New York World respect bit 011 ively besides daily reports from 2000 specIal carrebit jipondcnta throughout the country No peja can tell 41V IY It Is the fIRST on earth J 011 By pccial arrangements we can furnish TUB RfJr e PUBLICAN and this great paper for only 125 Ad It Ctiresall orders to the 94t c 1 Republican JJ = H rtforn Ky J 9 i i y iiifii If la February 2000 I JIta mIscellaneous SEND IUESS AND REMITTANCE IN SAME LETTERII guess that the number of bale of cotton Memphis from Sept 1 1901 to April 15 bates Send paperto Pottofilce County State Enter guess to eitofice State USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIBLE If f11tpropel It It aot Ceateaarjto writ a liner with It lOeO O oooaoioo 00 X oeoooq ooto A RARE OPPORTUNITY GIVEN AWAY FREEe A1L TMaWDIN Pl TURB EIGHT IN NUMBER a ktsiis MaliPlatan Pikls TW LV IN NUMBE- RsAmui AH Color Joi hiMm in Colors TWELVJ3 IN NUMBER 01bcautiflltpicturesthe tiumlayCQjnmcrciQl Tribune Each series alternates with the other and in order to get thetn vbsibo at onceL5o a month or 125forsix 1ol1tfzsf the Sunday Commercial Tri biLlie poTVowant the entire erie- STHECOMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO5 I GINOINMATI OHIO AMERICAN NVESTMOOCOMPAHY CAPITAL fTOCK =t o 25000 00 i RESERVE WWLV9 125000 00 AMOUNTt PAIl COUPON ItOlDalCnu 200000 00 ia Rfce be I HOME OFFICEiI LEXIKOTON XT GOQP TKJtHB TO nuT CLASS AGENT ARE y YOU DEAFij I ANY HEAD NOISESrI ALt CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD rtEARSNG 4 v ARE NOW CURABLE byour7nevr invention Onljrthoseo6rn deaf an Incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY tf Fv A WERMAN OF 8AUTIMORC SAYSl GtalSmtn I Delns eallrclr curedol dcaTntM thank tt17OOa full history ol my race to be aj your dUcrttioo About fire years alia rlbt car began to alogant Ibla kept aa getting woecnitU tort V I toy hearing in ear entirety r i I underwent treatment for catarrh fortbree onth4irUhout any nicecx counUled p cirni her of phynicisna among other the molt emllllit eatpecisiint of this laid vie that only an o could tue aut2 even that orarllteblbe Sici4 paler wouid- theilcesac but the bearing In tIme affected car woulI be tosc J gaw your ndvertiettnnt Dl S sew TQrl rnd ordered your trent latnl After I hd need It a few day accoriii5toyouhdirectioca tIJt110IoeICU 1114 today atrr Sep weeks niyearinir In tliedlMa dearliat ecq rcitored I lianlcyOlJ beartl jran bes 10 reins a Very lruly P JvHRMAN 7308 Broadwty Baltimore Md Our does not Interior Wits your u6ual tlon 1J J1iar VetccYOU CAN CURE YOW8ELRAT HOME it7oiru1 6 INtERNAIIHWL AWBAL XilWC P9U SAUEAVf CIflC911LLt I