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prottttloa IB tkicoBrUol Oklo and adjoining coonti Alto MoUry Fibllc Southern Railway Through rt 1I peitsootbnn 8tat- iKENTUOKTNNESIES c uti CAROLINA ALABAMA t VIRGINIA NortUOARdLINAKGEOn GIA and MISSISSIPPI n C 144 SMllf ffkrtt Dally TralitlttwNa ii U I lllt end I ilnirtoo ObU aDIe Cart Tralm liar cod arrlrt LoiltTlllt fron Htrttth I atrttt Union xpnt COBBMIIBC with tral t t tk I lUliol Oatral Railroad aid 1 A atJj L B orlafeatoieldria u tIwtiA1UEK noADv =f6 uIIL= riad Sisal af il- a V ediTlmIoIa4 Witit l DC I B OUUS peas iLEAinS- E 5rky Su1is ribj s3lt HA1FFORD ErYP 1 f CAN tOO per yritadvance Ir EOT w LONG have und deficit ted Auditor Coulters Report to on theShortageOtl If State Finances SI Exposure of bad Management and old 80673 Incompetent Officials Dem IQS ocratlc MisrultsI ear Following Is a review by ex Trees Ceo W Long of the Auditor crease rtpoitt It is sound logical aadxoavlnclngaad shQwsYfvl ljr theI locompetenoy of the nsurpen oi the affairs No man in Kentucky iore intouch with the States conS under nofmal clrCUmstnncts these Mr Long and aq nan is better year that qualified to speak oa the Stases mis j- maasgement appears to a lay member that the would has either gotten coalnsed in sum arithmetIc or lies vTolaled the crease sod possibly both In his letter tbi Jtneral Assembly atcompao p his report he says that the dis last tributes the 4447474 51 of receipts 30 the fiscal year ending JIInCT30 than ai follows the kttotbga cilo to lb Sttool Pied tG6IN oulIItIi4 15111 theseto pt7 Ita4Ianta sidli atiIILS- 1nbiUtL to A A K collg IMSil a the auditor distributed it luJjtHe year lollbwlng pipttlbas as shown em not 165 leg 9oocboohfvsd SIII7to 1o90 will be noticed that the fetal Itaot Info the treasuary were 4J more thaa he etati4 In his letter gain it will be observed that while says the law distributes 468 1552110 the fund for paying outStaDdlD warrants and noimmchJmmnd ia his report but this whole sun In the general r y awUi aetlMr itoo that toe eunt distributed to the school funJCis 27854746 less than his let ft- ter ttiltLNtUce als tkt wkUe erty tayi tke law dtstrIbetei4- fIat tolkOlaklng fond he credits or laud by only 25834 29 and eT rua aryturnpikes etc belonging to sinking mod aa4 not one dollar aad revanuts set apart by the con thtitutlonfund during the retire iscal Ute freare lie states ia his letter that the de o in the general xpeadlture fund the year ending June 30 igoiwaa 419 75959 sad tbea on page 156 bis report pikea his figares say ty tke deficit ia this fund for the its thamelEara isati regarding the keeping oi the- eneral to expenditure land the sinking t and the school fuid separate It reonlres that 5 cents ea each 100 azableppropecty shall be set apart sacredly kept as a slakingJUDd I leal yet not a dollar of this reveaae ia so set darla the entire under coallcleratlolla The deficit la the generalexpendl the fand it the close of the Iis ilt year ending lone 30 1901 ujhpwaoa age 166 ofthe auditors report was 5160O34 Xqibla Biust be addad p4Iie thsinng fund which eltt 1 s 15528 and the mona lfelotiglnic for J yiag oatsjinding warrantsfe o hich he saaIa MiSiai and which was used to pay current ex peases which if properly transferred would JIAtetR e tfiejt la tht general fond for the yearjamed h453z1o76t atn Ifhis figures la 1 are Women asWelluMena Are Made Miserable by ly Kidney Trouble Kidney troublalw mlnddlJ1J ourageiandheMent ambition beauty vigor ODe bays adisappearneys ar6 out of Ir tbecdmithat it II not uncommon tachlldtG be bornp inioted weak neyaMfihechlldurln atM too often urlno acalls o fleehor If when the chlt reaches an arefwhenlt should bet bloo control the tU yet afflicted wi it beoVwenttir depend upon It the o dtffLculty trouble andthe first teprtould towards the treatment of these rtaht efjans Thli unplean rpubto U due to f eaHdcOltdltlonof thej kI4neTSandbU d and not 0 a rlo moat people Women u weflafmotl aro made mle eraWe stth kidneyaitd bUdder trouble b ttfnei4 the same great remedy nmUnd iha Immediate effect of OGriea1IleI Itle sold druetbta m fiftf oent dollar fc YfoBiay a awhBte bott mall with cause ro6aIso pamphlet loHj psn- g aC all ljlie tMacll aftemenklMttemTseetYed- rmsaHereraeuredla writing DrK0 n r 1ItCt lite piper wYf u correct to the amount that A teen transferred to the IIhOUlIl1T then we unit add to the the 278 547 46 which hIflflf to transit from hiierta funo the school nuking a deficit I tilt generitl exptrirttturr lu rI Irlrthe last filial tc i 731 658 22 I TUB QUEER DEFICIT Wih nil clamni K iUiiI h vfivit HhIwarrants uutbtapdiug wn 615 I Lal o Thin had decreased to JJ8da aa Tune 30 1900 Then oue hold it jumpted to 1731658 22 an about increase of 1393553 oo Why this the sudden reversal ol the previous years decrease and this phenominal more Two excuses are given in theI e- report e ec The irltll that the tax rate Tdnctd lye cents and the seconds has that the disturbed conditions dur higtbe latter halfof the fiscal yearI ending June 30 1900 prevented about auditing of claims and that of went over to the succeedlngChOV You will note that and five cents on each hundred do- lrof shut taxable property amounts to now 46815521 so that the tax reduction Isnt account for no more than this was which would still leave an in of 925398 09 On the second the 113 proposition you will note that the ex The enditures for ths general fund for day half of the fiscal year ending June and 1900 were only 175965 95 lees those for the same time during with fiscal year ending June 30 1901 with that the most that could be claimed would be the difference between amounts which would still leaven When Increase In the deficit for the last of 749 43384 But you will tail to note that collections dur that the disturbed period were 156 said less than the same time anlaJ So that while the claims were hel all audited during the disturbed then Continued on second page ATTACHED A TRAIN his of Sumner County Levies 13 OR Sante Fe PropertyJ lug 1111TeElaSouthwestern road now the prop has ol the Sante Fe at South Haven WaS tutweek to satisfy it claim of 2000 delinquent taxes The train was on to Caldwell and sidetracked HeThCaldwell were also levied on and hlltheroads operation was obtained he jolnlnibond the Jerk refused to Issue the suamons and the train was not re that leased until the next day The coun has had trouble with the road over taxes for several years and when e road was sold to the Sante Fe a raoaths ago the company refused the assume liability lor the taxes ol bly his or priorjearsflxH- elped Him Catch the Eels It must be the best kind ot fisher the mans luck which brings an Hlstor for character to help fish Mr Wm Wnlawrlght a survivor of those who on the old Kearsarge in her ia duel with the Alabama tells Exeter NewsLeader of such a happening that took place in thatto pleasant New Hamshire town One afternoon more than forty years ago Mr Wainwright then a young me man sat on the easterly bank of Fresh river just below Great Bridge fishing eels The eels were biting vigo- rulyand by the use of two alder poltlud lines the fishermans basket was steadily filling tate IB the afternoon Mr Wain rIht noticed a stringer standing on- her1dge and apparently deeply Interested In a little while he came to where Mr Wainwright was sitting ndaskedif he might join in the sitmga privilege which was prompt granted by the delivery of one of thelderpoles The Inck continued good and the asket wee finally filled by the joint exartloDB of the fishermen As was drawing to a close t had the misfortune to break ila pole and the line with a part of be pole Coated away He tried to I pay Mr Wainwright for the broken ol but the over was declined On the evening of the same day there waa a political meeting in the town hail which Mr Wainwright attended He was surprised to find that the speaker of the evening was his fellow fisherman and the by which he was Introduced was 3 Abraham IIn lner 1Deadl SKill our two old friend yelled I the new editor through the speaking tube Mercy whats the matter asked the visitor iAw dats BUttln explained the office boy Hes only tellln1 the foreman to leave out the standin ar Uclss a Misa Stone and the Dan tThlslaads BBffsUBjiprtH L BY THE RAMBLER Troubles of Agents of Large ON of men flee BuII HnSoCalled Unlucky day Number a Hobby of t Ihajt MrCrattYt rlo I Chicago people are the moat sri beinjs I ever saw re leg iht a ert of oue of the large hfa ntown office buildings the other Do you know since I took of this place I have learned more the bad luck associated with tnlnumber 13 and have come across tl people who are afraid ot Itlhanpl1 dreamed of At first I it more or less ol a joke but y tkereJias beea M mack pi itthiUt come to be a regular nuisance Originally there were thirteen alon here They were run lor a six months before anyone dis of the fact Once it was noticed the there came a general wIIbe for selfprotection I was forced tobe one of them down We use ItwI for freight exclusively But thatth the worst On every floor there a room with a 13 attached to Ittb313 33i etc Now there isnt slightest trace ol the number left last was changed only the other Theyre all either ia A or latf the people are satisfied Abbut the first experience I bad II this phase ol the matter was a man who didnt know the i number of his office was 713 until the less evening ol the day he moved ia I his his office boy called his atten 11ItIt be changed immediately I the I would see to it but IUd not do then believing ihe JDQD It close up and go home But not Instead he waited some time and learned that I had left threw a felsombelongings in a room numbered are Cratty Is inc ot the veryJew who are not superstitious regsrdf ed thirteen In fact that number II hobby and according to him lie for alt the good lnckbe had in this world Mr Cratty the thirteenth child and that probably is the reason for hlsbellefr Every chance he can get to ring lathe number he takes advantage of will sit down at a table with thir and enjoy the meal as he does no other he will carry thirteen opals la pocket without the slightest ap hension of ill luck following and is a happy man indeed it he can Friday and the thirteenth day of month together In any lorm It is an ardent wish of Mr Cratty the city council do something with tile ordinance which prohibits the building of structures more thaa twelve stories high for he says he would not have his offices on any but thirteenth floor He is comforts situated to his liking now At the cat show Mrs Cratty was among the prominent exhibitors In cages that were assigned to her her pets Will the one numbered 13 I would make them change that number II I were you suggested a sympathetic friend Its dreadfully unlucky yon know Yes it is returned Mrs Cratty but not the way yon look at it Unfortunately the cat which has been assigned to that cage doea ut belong to I am simply exhibiting it for a friend My regret la that one of my own cats did not draw that cage Rambler in Cnlcago Post The Spiritual Effect of Drunkenness It seems imperative upon us to call attention to the mischief wrought by the use oi intoxicating liquors upon the hidden spiritual sources of men and we cannot do this better than by quoting an4 article which appeared la Harpers Monthly Magazine oa the subject The cause of drnkennesa on the side oi Its physical devastations has been abundantly depicted by the advocates the temperence reform The amount of grain consumed In the IIquotlIemen worse than wasted in producing and in vending them tbenumbtr of lives destroyed by them the number of paupers and Insane persons IICto woes are traceable to this cource the eflects upon the health of individual all of these things are frequently set forth with sufficient fullness in pressive rhetoric Some allowance 1emust be made for overstatements of advocates but there are facts enough of an appalling nature in the representations to call for the most serious thoughts But the worst side of drunkenness Is not that which appears in t familiar figures The most frightful effects ol the drink habit are not tho e which can be tabulated lu statistics and reported in the census It is not the waste ot corn nor the destruction of property nor the Increase of taxes nat even the rain of physical health nor tba loss of life which ssott im prrtses the mind of the tboughtlul observer of Inebriety It is the eflect ilils vice upon the characters of The as it is exhibited to him darby In his ordinary Intercourse with Dflll In the spiritual realm the vages oi strong drink are ten ble Boby and mind are so cloiely nsated that when the one suf- t4sthe the other must share the suffer the fpd the Injury to the physical th resulting from Intermperate thinking must therefore be accom panied by similar Injury of the mental fore and moral forms But the indies of the popular thought is so gly toward the Investigation of phenomena that the spiritual ceoMquencea of drunkenness are olt the jfeertooklegeneratioa ol tissaeaiamorepaU plb1e than degeneracy of spirit a le the of the brain more startling than no breach of faith bat the deeper fact which the census take no sole is more Important fact and itwould well it the attention of men could In fixed upon It The phenomena to I have referred to often report to the quickened perceptions ofthese who stand nearest te habitual drink Many a mother the observes with a heart that grow heavier dayby daythe signs of moral decay in the character ol her son ark tIsEot the flushed face and the heavy eyes that trouble her Imost it the evidence that his mind is be doming duller and fouler his seal bllltlee leas acute his sense of honor It commanding She discovers that loyalty to truth is somewhat Impaired that he deceives her frequent in lyWithout compunction This effect a often observed in the character of Inebriate Truthfulness is the fundamental principle ol virtue when Is Impaired the character is under minded and strong drink makes a in deadly assault npo it Coupled with tills loss of truthfulness Is that weak ot the will which always ac chronic alkahollsm The loses little by little the mss tery over himself the regal faculties jn chains How many of his as broken promises ate due to a db1lIati will and how many to a decay of his Tcraclonsnesf It would be Im possible for the victim himself to ie rermUte Doubtless his intentions to break off bis evil habit is sometlmts honest and the failure Is due to the paValysU of his will r The loss selfrespect the lower Ing oi ambition and fading out of hope are signs f the progress of this dis a ease in character It is a mournful spectacle that of the brave ingenious hightoned man sinking steadily 4own in the degradation of inebriety but how such cases are visible all over the land And it is not in the char ter of those alone who are notorious drunkards that such tendences ap pear they are often distinctly seen in the lives oi men who are never drunk Sir Henry Thompsons testimony emphatic to the effect that the habit nal use of fermented liquors to an ex teat far short of what Is necessary to produce intoxication injures the body an4 diminishes the mental power If as he testifies a Isrega proportion ol the most painful and dangerous mIl adies of the body are due to the ure otfermented liquors taken In quant rfss which are conventionally deemed moderate then It is certain that such use of thmmuat result also in se zion injuries to the mental and moral nature Who doll not know reputable gentlemen pbYBICllllarUlts clergymen evea who were never drunk in their lives and never will be but who revel la conversation and in conduct certain melancholy eflects of thedrlnklng habit The brain Is so often inflamed with alcohol that Its functions are imperfectly performed and there ia a perceptible loss oi tat power and moral control The drinker is not Conscious of this loss but those who know him bet are painfully aware that his perceptions SAC less keen his judgment less sound his temper less serene his spiritual vlsloa less clear because he tarries every day a little too long at the wine Even tbose who refuse to entertain ascetic theories respecting these beverage may be able tw See that there uses of them that short of drunken ness which are still hurtful to the mind and heart as well as the body That conventional idea ot moderation which Sir Henry Thompson relurs is quite elastic the term is stretched to cover habits that are steadily de spoiling the life of its rarest 111The drinking habit is often by reputable gentlemen to whom very thought ot a deban5h would be shocking but to whom flit were only lawful in the tender and just solicitude ol friendssuch words as these might be spoken It Is true that you ara not drankardiway sever be ifyon could know what ia too I 1delltto those who love you best your is slowly losing fineness oi Its texture and the fine ntH of its outline how your art de terUates in the delecscy of its touch how the atmosphere seems to- grow murky and the lowers gloomily above you you would not thlakyour dally indulgence harmless ihfit saeMor JNO WWoM ii NOAHS ARK J he Greatest of Them AttuLengthdo Was Over 1300 Feetrei A remarkable discovery has been remade in the British Museum during had slow course oi deciphering the cuneiform inscriptions on earthen tablets found in the ruins of the library of Asnrbantpal the Magnificent King of Assy i la from 668 to 626 be the day ol Christ says the Chica TribuneThe find Is that ofa tablet that the tells ia detail of Noahs ark giving exact dimensions and enumerating animals that were carried on it to save them front the deluge This ancient Tecerd preditlngevfta and ancient AsutbanipalY reign by one knows how many centuries treats the matter not as legend but as history is According to the dimensions given the record the hull of the ark was almost exactly twice as long and more than ten times as wide at the the Oceanic or the Celtic the two biggest ships in the world today Either ot two big ships when in dry dock tower eighty feet from keel to lower deck The deckhouse alone of the accoidlng to the tablets Will ed moro than three times as highs that So great was this deckhouse that neither the Oceanic nor the Celtic could accommodate It on their hulls alone was 400 feet longer than either of these ships are over all The description oi the ark as given the tablet depicts it as having been huge houseboat In form Thus the present and common conception of what its appearance was Is Identical with that conveyed by the old record The dimensions are given in cubits the tablet Itis assumed that the cubit used there is the old Egytlaa cnbitwhicb as Is shown by old mel tiring sticks found In Egyptian tombs 92064 inches The Hebrew cnblt used later was slightly different There has been no positive agreement to its exact length However the dlBerene1f any is so slight that it will not eflect the figures measurably The ark says the tablet was 788 cnbts long and 410 cubits In Its great est width It had on its top a deck house bullded of great rafters of fine wooo This deckhouse wss 560 cubits long and 390cublts wide and ISO cubits high Thu using the Egyptian cubit basis of measurement the dimensions of the ark were Length overall 135536 feet width of beam 705 20 feet deckhouse length I 13530 feet width 67080 feet helehtI 358 feet The Celtl and the Oceanic are 704 feet long 75 and 68 feet beam reapec tively aad So feet from keel to deck The ark therefore 11 it fluted alongside of either of these two ships would hide them completely The top oi Its deckhouse would be much higher than the tops ot the masts of the big liners While no record II given of its weight there having been no system of estimating the sizes of vessels by tonnage or displacement in those days It is evident that thoI ark must have displaced far moreI water than did any modern vessel According to the figures given on the tablet the irk would have drawn so much water that it never could enter New York harbor even in the highest tide when there are thirty six feet of water clear This fact I serves to give a graphic conception of what the extent ot the deluge must have been I The tablet after giving the dimen sions of the ark goes in to describe the arrangement ol the deckhouse I There was ample room on each 1Iide- of the deckhcuse for moving about a space of 1720 feet having been left on each side ol the craft between the deckhouse and the gunwale of the ark At each end was a great deck where the inmates rested during the day One may suppose these two decks were similar in purpose it not in form to the ptmenade decks on the moderullnerl The work of deciphering the In scription has not been completed and only a partial list of the animals that were carried has bern made out The Inscription so far as read enum erates in the order given Dromeda ries camels oxen mutes Mies sheep goats antelopes and rabbits as the matnmels that were carried Doves lead the list of birds Then follow swallows and ravens tA1lthl agrees with the account of hethe building and voyage of the ark as given in the Bible except the order In which the birds are named The order In which the birds are mentioned agrees with the story oi the deluge told In another Assyrian tablet of which however only a IfragmeDtw found This decipher some at ago by George Smith wIn it the sailing f the ark Is mentioned without the detalles building which have been found In the tablet just described The story there tells how the Assyria hero at the deluge Tamtthe sun of life toated for sextn days when there came a calm and the ark touched bottom Then waited seven days and still waters did not subside So he tbeI It returned After seven An he liberated a swallow which also After another seven I days he freed a rave which did not No Then argutig that the raven Sound that it was safe to leave the thfdmade libation on the mountain ard which according to the narrative was Mount NlzlrleiThe order if the sending out of the ing birds it will be seen Is diflerent in biblical narrative So Is the end may b1rlancome the lathers of a new world 01all men According to the tablet Tam zl his wife and thepeople were car ful ned away toWgedsV It is pointed out by orchaoeloglsts case that the list found in the tablet that Our being deciphered now does not ap pear to assert that two specimens ot ords every living animal forum were taken into the ark There is nothing in record on which to found any as edy other than that the animals 1ticHow the Habit Originated out Handshaking was formerly practic ing as an evidence of good faith In early and barbarous times when every I savage or semisavage was his own lawgiver judge soldier and policeman and had to watch over his own j safety In default ofallother protec tion two friends or acquaintances not when they chanced to meet offered each to the other the right hand the hand alike o offense and defense the nil hand that wellds the sword the dagC ger the club the tomahawk or other weapon of war Each did this to show tbatthe hand was empty and ing ihsteadedcannot well stab another while he is engaged in the act of shaking bands with him unless he be a doubled I dyed traitor and vllllan anti strives toal aim a cowardly blow while giving the right hand and pretrendlng to be on good terms with the vlcUmEs a p Bilious Colic H Seever a carpenter and builder- of Kenton Tenn when suffering in to tensely from an attack of bilious colic sent to a neat by drug store lor some thing to relieve hlmr The druggist sent him a bottle of Chamberlains rCollc Choieraand Diarrhoea Remedy three doses of which effected a pens nent cure This is the only remedy that can be depended upon In the moat severe case of colic and cholera mprbns Most druggists know this and recemmend it when such a medi clue Is called for For sale by all druggists m Roosevelt Forgets- W W Bowers was ia Congress from California when Theodore Roosevelt was member ol the Civil Serv ice Commission Mr Bowers had some trouble with the Civil Service Commission and in a San Diego In terview xpreijed the opinion that the Civil Service was a lake and that one Roosevelt a yung man In the commission was a taker Mr Bowers was made Collector of San Diego by President McKinley His name came up before President Roosevelt lor reappointment Russell C Allen ofSau Diego who wanted the place brought to Washington a file of the San Diego paper In which the interview was printed and show edit to the President Mr Roosevelt read the interview carefully and then said- I shall reappoint Mr Bowers He is a good official His personal pin ions of me twelve years ago have nothing to de with the case Mr Bowers was reappointed last week Washington telegram to the New York World CJa J9 ToEtrABUM The Kid YwHHiWMrs Bought Itthaa Q Ills Queer Reason Editor John G Craddock of the Paris Kentuckian gives a unique rea son for desiring to retain the State tCapltalat Frankfort lIe was asked how he would cast his ballot ii the people were given an opportunity to vote on the question of removal He replied No I am In favor of Frank fort I owe my lift that city My mothers first husband caught the malaria there while serving in the legislature and died She then mar ned my father and thats the reason Im living No I cant go back on- lilY existence y Died for Love of the Diddles Pittsburg Peb8Dear Jack YOU are the cause of my downfall leave my lava to my sister Mary is only clew td the cause of the death of Mary Dale 43S Second avenue she having taken carbolic acid The other inmates of the house say that she had become Infatuated with Jack Bid die by reading of him and that the letter was addressed to him The girls home was at Magnolia Carroll county 0 ad she was the 4tHOME GOLDCURE IrHE Treatment by Which Drunkard are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves Noxious Doses No Weakening of thp Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Curo for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood Drunkness Is a not kness A body filled with potsoar nerves completely shattered periodical or constant Use of Intox liquors requires an antidote ot neutralizing and eradicat this poison and destroying he craving lor intoxatanta Sufferer now cure themselves at h fee publicity or loss of tlmefrom by this wonderful llama Cure which has been perfected many of close study led treatment of Inebriates The lattk use according directions of hist wotTderiul discovery is tI rAguaranteed to cure the most obitl ateno matter how hard a drinker records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk into sober industrious and up right men- Wives cure yoUr husbands 1 1 Chili dren cure your fathers I This rem is in no Reuse a nostrum but is A specific for this disease only and Ii skillfully devised and preptfrtd it is thoroughly soluble and to the taste so that It caa be given In a cup of tea or coffee with the knowledge of the person tak it Thousands ofdrunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have beea cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or taadbelieve today that discontinued drinking of thefr own free will 5Do wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Iraproveqae Drive out the disease at once lor time The IilbelHome Gold is sold at the extremely low of One Dollar thus pUalflg within reach ol everybody a treat meat more effectual thaa others cast z6 to 50 Pull directions ac each package Special ad by skilled physicians thea sted without extra charr sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept B Giles Company U30 sjja Market street Phla AU correspondents strictly coaEd entlal daughter of Peter Dale a reapected citizen of that place and was once a belle In her native town She came Pittsburg and entered upofc a downward career several years ago Here is a marriage notice with com ment that appeared in a North Dako ta paper Married at Flintteaeby Rev Wlndstone Nehemlah Mltk stune and Wlihelmlna Sandstone This is get ing rocky and there Is bsund Io be a blasting of these stony hearts before many pebbles appear on the connubial beach The grindstone Infelicity will sharpen the ax jealously and scaner or later one of the pair wilt reM beneath the tomb atone Then look oat for the brim stone a Recovered Speech and Hearine- Messrs Ely Bro I commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and heating wasdull My hearing has been fully restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our tewn L G Brown Granger O- No comment is peedtd TthJsize X0 cts Full size Soc Ask your drug gist We mall It lily Btoi 56 Warren St New York The Main Thiag Mr Meek Oh I had aa awful shock when I attempted to match that silk lining for you today There was an explosion in the store which blew everything to pieces and killed a dczen ptople Mrs MeekHow terrible Did you match the Mlk Chicago News A Born Promoter What Sort of a man would yon wf he was Well candidly if I heard he had gone to the Infernal regions should expect to hear of him booming the place as a famous and highly aristo cratic winter resort Wsshlnjtoa Times Hell maybe paved with good intentions but the man who sprinkles ashes on the Icy sidewalk la paving his way to glory A Moving ColdStorage 3 Teacher What Is the coldest thing In the world todajl Tommy Liquid air maam 1 Teacher Correct I Now what is- the next coldes- tTommyA Chicago str et car Chicago Mews At Crawfordsvllle Ind relatives of America Stipe an aged spinster who died recently have since her death uncovered a rich treasure ia her kitchen pantry In an old c- Iter surrounded by broken dlshea sad battered tinware they found gold sad bank notes to the amount ocCarly SIIOOO There were Mexican gold coins bearing dates la the os and looked as bright as the day they case from the mint There was also a grjat roll of shlnplaster money of denominations ranging Irom io cents to 50 cents It Is believed that the mon ey wss hidden away cfonltlse war r i LLL cc r tr IIrPI IL n at wSr5Hartford Republican YatferdPiab Cotopoald Inlirid ilHirtfotd postoffici ustcoitftlissinill nuttirj the tzJrnoTCI tuCh = vM = bar IOJT RClurnrUr large S vays 1 I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 PROPOSED JUDICIAL CHANGE man for The proposed cbange by the clever the gerrymandering concern at Frank I the fort in this judicial dittrict caused men tquitea coniternalion among Ohio county Democrats The proposed change was to form a new district- of composed of the counties of Ohio days x I Muhlenberg and Butler and the law I Dtmocratic boys thought it an awful aud thing to do Their eyes were opened Co they could readily see the infamy of new the gerrymander without any power it iul glasr It was perfectly ridiculous the and would never do So an exit from I ordered to been5 town was immediately rendezvous at Frankfort The forebo runaer was sent out Saturday who alnt went straight to Louisville called u- pra CourierJournal reporter by tone and had himself interviewed on tbeJt proposed new judicial district auu- l wasl1 A Sunday Courier camo thundering it f down with a long tale of woe ab in f I deed was a reflection of tim lugu test brious in the mournful from the troubled soul of the S There is nothing so desperatelytl r wrong with Muhlenberc shes not a to large county and only gave 650 Re publican majority in 1900 and there and is Butler a small prosperous county the home Kentuckys outraged and t t exiled Governor and she only gave J about 1200 for McKinley whilst kI Ohio gave 302 for the martyred pre ident Gentlemen whaii the mat f ter These counties are contiguous t and convenient why not allow it to stand Ob but you tee it puts us Oh H in a position to lose our Bennie for c Commonwealths Attorney andwed a Jose the Judge and the Master Com Vmusioner and then Gabo couldnt get to be Trustee of the Jury Fund and then we couldnt get 21 jurors the out of 24 as we do now and then rather are a thousand other things thatrVre wouldnt get Yes there rily theMaster Commissioners printing but that would be aken from tho Herald- S a I and you know it cpuldnt run without o t that and the countys claims printing Very true indeed gentlemen But what about the other gerrymander and ing Do you favor making the leg islature Democratic by infamousIan dickering And what about the and Congressional infamy There ia the Eleventh District and it takes four men to equal one in the Fifth Whop has a right to feel outraged and indignant I r at the gerrymandering mon bjted tITSUP TO YOU I deathly silence tbatI J reigned round about the Hartford thi i Herald during the past year one V might well concluae that the editor was out of town He could not bet heard from on any subject that was of interest to the people THE RE i- PUBLICAN challenged the Heralds editoror any assistance he might procureto discuss the countys mis represented indebtedness time and itjme again the challenge was laid at his door to defend the over on J J1 Millers card which was palpably false time after time was he asked toal explain why he wrote that infamous A G Benton letter in which hetl most cruelly assailed a young mallcc I character time after time didwe challenge him to explain why he entei dorsed approved and supported thatt 4setof election thieves that plundereda the Slate offices in 1900 these questions were important and an intelli gent discussion of them would have been exceedingly interesting to the d readers of both journals but our es teemed contemporary knew that could not answer these questions all to the satisfaction of himself norr the public Forgetting the past he now comes t for a public quarrel of things immate I rial of thiugathat do not concern the r publiciii which the public has no con cern However if he desires a scrap he can have it any old time First he eball explain two things Why he refused to discuss issues before theIs 4 people during the past year and bytI p he wrote the A G Benton letter rc e on the 12th of December 1900 XowI may it pleaee your honor if you arec w burning for a public controversy ex S plaiu your conduct aud well promise to meet you ou any point and embarrass you with your abominable Li k halfpint record Its up to ouI t HUNTING POLITICAL CAPIT ALlfr t 1Mcordingto the GlobeUrmorrnt ojm A OtorRla Idpcr Jim Howard ot Kentucky 55 r In not eulltjr bocouoe the Jnr did not bang 1 blin Hut don lli onrl hang 011110 convict n cd Hlardonn Tlit trouble In XntutkyB 5IUthftttbry do not want to find irof OwM They have pout two olrln dodKlOK the trait ot a Murderer In order III cnrlrcb political encmlea II llotuiril Urtxl the hot be dawrred bnunlns Tb lotlid Itr ore attli hunting lot political rnlal andI penaual reTeng under the iretrn tbut P tbej rho are looking tor an aqlnycorrect The prosecution has at noh thlIlought tho murderer of Mr I Goebel but to hang Taybrand damn the Republican party as Jag Ii Andrew Scott expressed 1t A t i S ATTORNEYS M L Htavnu aud EJWoodward have formed a law partnership and the style of the flrnwiIl bo Heavrin Voodward This will bo most popular firm at the Hartford Mr ileavriu alreadyhns a clientage and the courtesy nN shown his clients mnkes them f- ifaettriends Mr Woodward is a bright energqllecs studipus young full of determination to gain himself ail enviable t tandingat bar Success is certain to crow efforts of such amiable young TIlE Board ofTax Equalizers 1 Ohio county were given thirteen of to serve the people according They did this amount of when the Central Coal and hopt shoved three big bright brondS freesilver dollars in its face set another day and reduced companys taxable property over 823000 Had the Taylor Coal CoI onto the racket and held the another daywell there just no telling what would have hap pened THAT indignation mass meclin the Herald talks so lournlabut held in an 18x20 room Wain a grand meting Its object was to sends committee to Frankfort to pic against the redistricting of ihia JudicialJJistrict A smallfry poliI wants to be elected Common ealths Attorney and he lees laud slides and earthquakes for bjuijn the proposed distictObio Mulilenberf Butler WM H HOLT who once haul charge of The Gleaner atjtBeaver Dam got married the other day and hisold friend and coconspirator in A G Benton letter acan lals hoI Herald scribe extends congratula lionsYon say his name la Holt yes SheriQ Keowh and we had some experience withtim once upon timeIA Detroit Mich bank viC presF dent overdrew his account 900000 other day and otherwise embar the banktothe amount of 000000 The Irank went tempora intGthe ba diof the receiver will soon be actively at workI Its total amounted 8306241cKnit Henry Wehmboffof tbeC Louisville gamblers has been tried found not guilty yet he conducts open gambling den continuously But then its under the forms of law it do seem tbata man might gamble under Ae for i4 of law if t e- State offlea can be stolen under the lameorntj Coy TAFT received 820000 for services in tbe Philippines last a palace to live in was furnish him and most every thing else could wish and only came home Itb 81500 in change Evidently Governors beer account was enormous PATTERSON N Jj came aj burning herself up las Sunday Its reported thai she threw ten millions in the fire and thousands of her subject are Jbomelejsi Mies Pat terson ought to bea Jittlomore parr ticular with her effects hereafter HEREAFTER when property owners want their property assessment to as given to the Assessor they should get together and agree to hold Equalization Board over after the turn one or twudays LAST Tuesday the city of Lexinglentertained the Solons fl uckywhom the taxpayers piece to accept the hospitaljty of the Blue Grass Capital PRESIDENT Roosevelt son Theo ors Jr is dangerously illof pneU- monia at Groton Mass L Curedtot the diseased portion of the car There is only one way to cure deaf j ness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed deafness r the result and unless the inflama can be taken out and this tube to its normal condition hear og will be destroyed forever nine ases out of ten are caused by catarrh hIch Is nothing but an Inflamed con lltion of the mucous surfaces Dollaralcatarrh that cannot be cured by halts I Catarrh Cure Send for circulars ee F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75g Ifalls Family Pills are the beatIl OASXORAean tb Its Kind You Hats Aiwsys Buugt gnatiNotice tto Subscribers Kindly ntJtice tho label on our 1alcIaht1SjfSQS11 time expired please send In lm1cm11QritIl1 pot Mityo hear from you GEO3iLONG I ContifuedlromfiratpaRe rlond tberennues were c- otle4wuthtreorbejist tp- aliowpncpJjhs to oflset the otbeT Cq tblcu would leavetfie locteaaeln thc D leffcft ttift1ie list eaf it the figures stated per It Is pertinent U Inquire why the auditor failed to comply with the plain pInIs Ions of both the constitu LIon and the statute which require that five cents on each hundred dol lars of taxable pioperty be set apart and sacredly kept in the sinking fund This allure was from lgnor ancepf duty or design The cfleet the failure was to decrease the defij clt in the general expenditure land on the books and thereby make abet showing than the facts warrantei 19 1911 I published ala the Commercial calling at teitlon to this fAilure of tbe auditor to do bis duty and tin the 3oth pt that moath lie tia sferrerl to the sink fund a sum which he claimed was the proper amount fur the previous fiscal year but whichwas nlucblent than his Introduction to his repott says was translened under the law U Is within the authority pt the Uud of sinking fund commlsaioners to lend the UloneoC that lund tp the general sand jor paying current expenses but neitherthe sinking fund couiruissloncrs cortbp audltorhAs au thority to withhold the transfer ol revenues belongjog to that fund nu r the 1aw1 Coder Gyy Bradleys administra ton the board of sinking fund com wIsibiferi inianir tiy resolution an thorized thetreasurer to use the won ey standing toithe credit ol that fund lor tRe payment of current expenses but neitherthe board nor the auditor attempted to set aside the constitution and the laws by neglecting tailing or refnsirig to transfer the money set apart by law td it Of course when enough money stands to the credit of the sinking fund to pay all the State debts the law has been satisfied and no transfers necessary TilE DEFICIT EXPUMNED Let us notice a few of the things which have helped to increase the deficit In mating comparisons we should use the warrants issued by the auditor as a baslS and as the year 1906 was one of divided administra tion we shall compare the fiscal year ending June 30 1899 under the Re publicans with 1901 under the Dem ocratsOne of the mot stilklng increases is under the head of attorney lees This item coit in the Republican year 160000 but In 1901 24945 74 was paid outan increase of tunic than 1500 per cent which was wore than twice as much as was contracted dur- Ing Gov Bradleys administration The first Democratic board ot equali zatlon cost the State 7 26113 while similar work was done ba Republic an board in 1899 at a cost of 4742 31 an Increase ot over 53 per cent Under the beadof military land in eluding appropriations there was spent during the last year 28835 7i while the cost for the year 1899 was only 4 788 I Ian increase ol more than 500 per cent rhe increase for the same timein the cost of criminal prosecutions was over 40006 or 15 per cent while the increased pay ments to puper idiots were a little less than 7 per cent Theincrease in the cost of recotd books to counties was 2896 or 45 per cent while the increase in the cost of public printing 1and binding was nearly 50 per cent IThe Increase In payment on account ofthSt tear nat vjJ81uOre thanJo per cent The increase Inthe salaries paid Jor the iwploISopithJ auditors ofllceftaif 37P cent tIhliwhile the aitor says t atthp increase was nectssjiryj he fjjLtopoict put any aw rjgacb imymtnt The Increas edeSst for public offices is4u per ceSt V Wb all these enormous In ciijsht aninji fromij jld 506 e- rcetiuditdr devotes its ime talntsfan4 space 16 flecrylhg against sjuiuy fipef cent increaen the cost of pauper idjotgi That the system of maintaining these unfortunates is wrong f will readily concede Dot tafNot Republican foureltThaiIthe iystemuf p yingth rlmnal prosecutions beyon I cjuestlon gULvlw made the awl Tievorit Teatute about the reports Its attetnpttoraaLe the question a sectionAl brie The per cent of In reaf e ja ihp number ol pauper idiots Iin the last four years has been nearly same in Democratic districts The Increase irt Democratic districts or Ibis period averaged 27 per cent while In Rfpnbllcau dl ticW It was J2 pet cent The Increase In the seventh judicial district for the above period was 63 per cent While the argest increase lii a Republican dls rict was 6V per cent in the twenty evenly The next largest increase Tnt Republican district wu 42 per thlsjr4sper ourteenth 45 pfcrent the 8 teentbJ 2 per cent the nineteenth per cent arid the f 1Uet r cent tRtpttbUcanIgblbpwHere an IhcreSse of 31 per eent Jrnoted IBut In addition to the emarntlc districts already named the following hotncreaa greater thalj lnhe twenty gbth The Ixth iricrrased 36percent the seven tcntbSpex centiind the twenty 4 5 I thud ja pet ceflt1The onlydtlier lepublican district that made any Increase at all was the twentyninth and its Incte selofi5per tfeutwa liedo exCMJeH The 1hhig ettficratlcrdlStticts l f tfldRlbn to those already fiamedThV flritaS cdntthe l cotida6 per cnt the fourth 26 per cent the fifth 23 per cent and the eleventh 45 pet centSThere are five Republican districts and four of them show increases Thcre are twentyfive Democratic cHs trlctsand all of thtm save one show increases One Republican distrIct out of five show no Increase while only one octet twentyfive DemocrAt- ic dIstricts falls to Increase The greatest increase wos in II Democrat district the second largest Increase iti 1 Republican district was x by five Democratic districts the third largest increase in a Republican df I islet was exceeded by ten tirtmocrat districts awl the foJaret Increase j In a Republican district was d1f11hlctsII Democrats can get any orurPrt out oT these figures they ought tobi I given the benefit of the 5 um1dfttaw I zuustdeler my reply t ypuflhjr ther questions untiT the r pi pffi on commissivners publish th 1rri portT Ve rteipe tlun G WVLoNrA A VIvIsectionist Going Mad Dr James Ed vvinRussell ol Ilrbok lyn is a good example ot lUeiiemor alizing effects vivisection He hai reached a rSoiht were cutting dojgs cats guineas pigs and other hatai less and inoffensive matures of eyet the scientific carving bf human being falls to satisfy bis craving and now Iri tbe hope of enjoying the suprera intoxication of his deitre to itiilic pain Jor the benefit ot humanity1 be offers his own body to his lellov carv tsS H Ib religion such an enthusiast fi called a fanatic in science be should be called a lunatic lIe offers his bQdy for a year or until it has been su carvedand dissected that it is no long er of use to those medical scientists who can see fact only at the point oI thevscapely In this way he expecs to silence the rant of anti vivisection ists as he calls the protest of refine rnent nnd humanity and to show thai vivisection Is not needless or cruel Though hohe will prove this by lift own suffering it is difficult to leer This man poses as a martyr tg ti welfare of the world He claims tt be willing to make asacrlfice ol him- selfbccane he loves his fellows X he turni a deal ear to the pleadjrgo his wife and two children He ve- rlookatbefact that his supreme djttj lies inibls hornet that he iastq1eri taken by olemn ows to piptecjaniJ I cherish Ills wife and to zn k sblchildren goad citizens He lessen the suflerlng 6 the pr1dat large but cases not how much menial and physical anguish and pain tland fInin a thoroughly tclentiffic manner It was reckless to say that other will notfollow this pioneer in voluntary human vivisection for it may not be assumed that Dr Russell Is the only person whse mental balance has been upset bycontact withthebru talizing practice of vivisection But It is safe to predict thatj co realph slclan not one who is an honor lo his profession will accommodate Pr Russell by carving him Chicago Post f That Cough I j InangSODiI I You have E sorts of cough remeI l dies but it does nbt E deptII I its rout in time but ii is more liable fe produce Ia i pneumonia or aseriI ous throat affection I I You need something I that will give you strength and build J up the body i I i EMULSIONJ witTMp this when everything else fails There is 1Q doubt about it It nourlsheIstrengthens makes the body strong andj healthy not only to t I off this hard cough but toJ f agalnstftim down of emaciated poi I should certainly take 1 nourishing ood medicine sc and i iii dru L TrAIUXWaiii CWaliii UtwYadj i IH IH S ErIGLANDANDJAAN- Form an Alliance for Mutual Ill 7 1erests in the East London Kcb riThe text ol Jn too so agreement alliance between Great IlK Rdtain and Jpiri relating to China and Corea which was ijned in Lon dun January ii has been made pub lIe Tlieagteemiriit lit ns follows The Govelnme ttot Great und Intssn cctu te i solely by UrltlnI out to niiititain the ilatus quo and ieneri ul jmlicy in the extreme ting mfirttver especially Interotcd I as in mftintslnlnj tho Indeptridertce and rillunui inirjinty o CliiiiH and Cora an and in stculbg quit oportuni comllrulen iry UK 0 Article 1 The high contracting I powers having nutually recognized the Independence ol Chlui and Corea i it declare themselves to be entire unin 110 AInhowever their especial Interests ot Tihich those of Great Britain relate principally to China while Japan in IaIngree politically as well as cOUlUletr daIly In Corca the rec ognize that It will bfe admissible lot either of them to take such measured i Iesafeguiudthreatenedcithet by the aggressive action of any other 1owet or by dlr tiubinces arising in China or Cored necessltatlatj the intervention of either ot the contracting parties far the protection ol the lives rind property oft subjectsArticle t It either Great Britain er Japan in defense of their respective Interests as above described should become Involved in a war with anoth er Power the other contracting Power will maintain a strict neutrality and use its elIcits to prevent other Powers from joining fn the hostilities against its ally Article 3 II in the above eventc any other rower or Powers should join in hostilities against that ally the other coritraclfng Party will come to Us assistance and will conduct war In common and make peace in mutual agreement with it Article 4 The contracting patties agree that neither of them will with out consulting the other enter Into separate arrangements with another Power to the prejudice of the interests above described oplnt the above mentioned interests are je opeardized the two Governments will communicate with one another fully odifrankly Article 6 provlde4 that the agreeI Iment conic into fleet immediately retaIn in force for five yeas and be SutyIaglCetlm The agreement is signed by Lord Lansdowne and Baron Ilayashl the Japanese Minister to Great Britain I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy lor a number ol years and have no hesitancy in raying that It is the best remedy fQr coughs colds andI croup I have ever used in my tamllyI I have not words to express my conS dence in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore Nnith Star Mich For sale by all druggists mIF Prevalency of Kidney TroubleIi Eo prevalent and deceptive is kid ney trouble that it very oltep becomes well advanced belore it Is even suptct ed thereofit behooves all to be ou the I lookout Should you be ill or notll feeling well It would be wise to first pay attention to the kidneys and as certain it they are the cause of youf trouble IfIbeen called to the attention of readers through Dr Kilmers ourI Root advertising in the co umus ol this paper and jt Is now repeated fir the benefit of those1 who miy be Inter ested Viz IllI a bottle with urine and set aside for twentjvfiur bouts ori so and jl It flloa a brick dust sedi 11111Ethe day or get up many times tbehight you rniy br inrc duringI neys need aUen1lonIAfter Kilmers Scamp Riot the great kidI ney liver and bladder rimely Is remarkable eucwss In the qilck relief sOd cure ol the diseases for which it is itcom mended There is hardy i drug store in the ad that does not keep ard highly rcimmerd ths eel j IIverjEtt of this roB have a sample 10tjlEtonN V j rdiWhen boa lackenergy do net Elabyour fodIceI dull andstuplf nl ter eating all you need Is a dose ol Chamberlains Stotnnch Liver Tablets They wlUmake you feel flken new roan and give you an appttite like a bear Fpr sale by all drug ijsfs m j 5 coitatIoIaQdPQiI2 There Is nOI11I n 1 uta sostestrtuctne Dont bedeceptive bore are because nfl extentlil of the disease iiaveIieappearcdAud- the doctor says yare vejlil AlaBJvper ions have been with Alorcury 1otaih for months or pronounced ctireil to realia when 00 late i that the disease up Ubo Bogota UIitriYt1ofr9mthe I again and tJ their sorrow lid tnortlG cation tli6 se nearest and dearttt to thein have been ufecteuty ibid loath wine disease fof uo other pOiioif ha ao surely transmitted from parent ty child this often a led cas obeuvatsm Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease I old sore or ulcer developing irtlriiddle life can be traced to cop tracted Tl Sin of the ParentCftlljr for it remains miaeink fn the IT forever unlets prdperry treated ant dricii out iii the sSthe only atitilote for thIs the only remedy fcnonif that can ome it drive Koutof thb1cxd ituaidoes this co thoroughly audetfed that there is never a return of thi embomsa or humllltte yoi fle SSScuruConlag10UUI0 4 purely vegetable tmiUbe pnly known cleanses t e JloQdDd the sine time builds r Our little book orj conUgiout blood Is the most completeand ever tuned it not only tells all about this disease bulnhso bow jto curt vounclfat home It it frteaniHhould be In the bends I cvczyoac ckJIga Scmlfotlt Tilt SWin SPECIFIC CO ATLAIAS1 o LIST Of DlSirE DUaitrous fllesY e JCiv n l lll1iorrors fatal railroad wiecV I vepiled up an ftlArminjlIst ftrcajuaUtleaur Ing the weeks l1tl RnvelolloWtdJan uary i 2S 4- s iThe illltUiUeS begun wttnhelrtnk Ing ol the ViUI6Vall tflC ipViren doce by nn unltnown shipohithi night of Januhiy 3sihen 47 lives were lost This was InllowetVoit Jan uary 7 by a cavrln in the N unee coal mines in Michigan when over a dozen live were lost The Park avenue tunnel Jiorror in New York City where ISInre killed and 50 ijured occurring January 8 Then came the New York subway cot lision killing 8 and injuring 350 Nine days later an w earthquake WAS reported to have killed jo pejsons in and aroand tiredly of Chllpacclngo in Mexico t Ou January 24 a dust explosion in the Lost Creek Coal Mines near Ol kaloosa la killed 21 persons and In jured 8 more January 27 a Chicago Milwaukee St Paul train crashed into a Kedzle avenue electric car injuring 13 people and on the following day the Llndell Hotel in St Louis burnei casIng property loss ol fi oooooo and many carrew escapes of people who got out of the blrlog building In only their night clothes Another horror in Mexico tuarked the advent ol 1ebrnary i when 87 lives were toil in a dnit exploniari the mints near HondA Tfit next iay- A large portion of tile business section of Waterbury Connws causing a property loss of 2000000 Ten firemen were killed Jn SULmils February 4 by the rcllapae of the walls of the American Tent and Awn IngCompnnya building Inwjilcfi they were fighting a 1iercefiFe At midnight Saturdqyi1 PcbruirjVi diFBRtrous firebote out In PatleV IDnN J The flamearsged for fif teen hours The entire bo ineas por tion of the city was destroyed Total loss estimated to be 10000000 On the 5th instant a gas explosion Archer Avenuet ChJcacdjeletfen persons were killed Qne eptUe flm lly was destroyed St Louis met with another dietr trons fire Febtiiary ThV Empire C lintel wa destroy d eleven onl were killed mitrfghteght setiously hurt arid four others mlssttig f t i Bananas OnngiwLem ois Peartj Apples andoco2nutaSJfletOJ ficep s r ALL WOMEN Vim of Cartluf la the guardiin of a womans health and linipiS ness from youth to old ugoIt hclp her safely Ih owtiruanliood It suttalnK her Ihaatriali of pregnancy clilljblrth and 1 motherhood r niajing laboieasy- nuil provcnifiiK llooillu pad 1111 carrlngo It geuitlf 1eats her through the dangerou perlfid knoWn m the clmno of life WINECAfDyicures womb anil nidrrstruhl ImguTarity Iri every forrjiv It Iv ltATliB iri every trying period ol a wontans life It reInforce dbO jrerfoM syBtcmr itch illrectjy on UK gqnl tel organn and ii Jihe finest ifinly for woi ea known Ask youi1 druggist for a f100 toiU of Viiio of Cartful liatibiii A1aJnIrtiiNeStan mini Win Cardal and Tbd I fords IllckDr uihV anSi feM Jlfaijj different woman already 8 Ttr die lute keep the n la Mutt homo AlIll1etlll1el I hay th1ltIranti tb a with m airs KA ti WiOWDBS For aiieS tnt IIltlare44rto1 itt15111401 TM 411 ufMrl DO nvit IU ChtIinovga154itns D1Dn7 Cbiiunoogm Ten 5aT IIr IcjIjf UtI 1 It 1 D I1 MIsB IT IJ f I4tptt j I 1 i 1 IIIIC r ATlTIlEi i = l i r I I ECONOMY I iDRY GOODS STORE I p oio u few oxfiit nice Clouks loft thnt 10I will close out AT COST Also u fow Short eta tin which Vp will cut tho price just HALF AllciurCnpcagontCQ T All 1ra at COST 1500 Clonks fyr 1000 120Q Cloaks for 800 1000 Clonks iyr 000 GOO Clpjiks for iOO 1OOOJttckct8fot 500 800 Jackets for 400 iQlOOJackcta for 300 500 Jackets for 250 p Dress Goods 4t S Vowantto cteattt1is dcparlil1 lir up ready for i 110W Sriiig Stock lortho next 30 lays wo IT v311glytYIOerco1ht on nil Woolen Dress lj i t podsit f J i i J L ir K Clothing 4 Woswill Fdllnll Oyorcohts niid Suits for tho next It SOtlnys Jttn special 10 pCOlit discount Tina f J4inclinlti3sbhio splendid values in our best goods IMA M yQanftkoit a rulp every year during Jauunr ij and Fcbruaryto cleauput overy thing left over ffrom fall and winter stocks in order to have plen tftyofTjDofiviforomjney Spring GootJs To do this tccS3fuly Vfl out prices right and lolL and dur fk Jl ti1f i saIoyotcpn buyw1ia you wnnt nt nboutactual wholesale cost nnd in somo instance It at less fttj eniehiber our stock includes everything in the Dry Goods line 1 I Mrs SiraCpllins Smith I r 1 t 3444444444444444iIlThe CcTrnberland Telephone Telegraph Co J F Has issued statement of its business for tho month of jJhmtnry and tho increaso in tim number of subscribeis nis 8li6yVi tis follpwsr f Nuiiftbep sTabscribera Tanil 1002 170532-I q 4gt jiddcdtiuring tho mo 4180 os SR Tl iMbhtinubiV II ii 2513 3- ctrwicreiise7dfJ 11iomonth 1070 rJ t I I Lotal1ithiUer8Ulr10rS Jan 31 1002 78208 u ABadoBreathi rf i r r- Abadbreath means avbad stomach a bad digestion a bad Jjvcf Pills arc l1c Theycure con tpiti6n dyspepsia headache isc All druggists I 1Wntjnuf bOUlISrIS or biotI bniIJtl 1 ro ir irtiw IIlnsw BUCKINGHAMS DYE W ra Ii y pqa a c It VHI IIESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYALPILLS 4- a oH Co 111 t t sat Alwa ftlbtiL4i uk nuuu Lv CUlcuLTra IUIt1LUla d aM rlbbonTe1tuoryourrugtaiOC ktltIan igxiJUomoniBTna ORBKIOAI oo aaH MwllM Hqumr rillLA FAsw a AxOrtzAJ- Ian 11 Bgalvt lKdflIsVdInY ct If Jij URI t TIMES AWEEK 11I id finries a Year i TttlClKAWKEK MVBIRII oIoiurALi tk bit pagsrpablzabdi th Ult d fltai tor D nixr li sad IOF AlL- Jtitdr lib squat pfaaif DfUlM aid lbs Vnperlorof aU oUri5mrWMlllf drVfeeUle 1LbnirWteisuKE4LUirThWt4udaJNlirdvoto4 c aa1Msthsaiudaysu U JtTotedW tke HOMB S top ies IfH JBVptflr tloii ir j if JBC01mitaUeB tJAco tI l l I hI 011 jt5I risityaa i Wi- bC4UMIaR44IUNAipo Ii 114 ul a IEo Kll c par 161 blllj 1SS 9- Itntaro jale rttoI IoIrrt9 isb pssb5sttbti1btTkSIOlIabRds Opi WI iat tiuaj 51U VSC CnIg1iI Tilnlioni AND S TelegraphCOMPANY rOperatingv in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi aiM connected by iu Lang Distant line thlrtySveStsteaIIn exchange inllmtford and surround a t lag country They wish to make thdr service comprehensive and valua I ble as and make a specialty livingindistance er the nzchange Rates and other Information may be obtained ats J 1 the exchange over Williams drugstore Hartford Ky I C P Nowtm Manager ROUGH RJhR- TELEPHONE COMPANY ricoBreatTai Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with tbe whole roust ty and busineds points generally by only paying reasonable rent to the Telephone Company or they will be nt tbe whole expense II you pay so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu taricall on DM tucker Manager Hartford Ky THE NEW YORK WORLD JlThrlce a Wcelc Edltlo Al most a Daily at the Price of I Weekly I but UI wprwV ooaVhjfctoiijlit I i fUIIolnrr h6isra n Jt liIspsrtilJa1ftbatsq2iity to i Is o look Itll or TbtiirsaWk dItIou of h Ne YpfkWorI4 Vlcb tOIA to lb sub 161 pubiiakcroJ5rijnubayriba KII ppokeuatd 10D tititlO1IPIaI IItJlpaperII1I1TulIrTLlcn to- oae oaf pr110 TkraIIbuOuitptlua ttin ortU two pa 11111tHr rII a r S S5j5 IH 4 mtaaey t r Ltr u A NW H DrDIII ti LADLES ear That thjs thoscnsonto Src their spring sewing t Wo are noy prepared to show them our lines ofEm tIPercalet4V y l I 5 41 lower than they will probably be later so buy now 41 and have all your spring sowing over before the hot weather comesacJ Nice Dress StylCBGinghnms8 i41 Good Apron Chock Ginglhams5eG- ood rfl Sea Island Porcal81Oc f 3Gin Find Brown Domestic5c 1 A 41 Good Heavy dCotton80 fc 41tro can only giyo you an idea of how prices run fc iCall on us ando willshow you qualities that winf i provo to you that our prices shut out competition bb 1 3 IwWo now have on salo one of tho finestso and most complete lines of Hosiery ever J rHosiery he tMakoX9ur Mr this bfand is sold only by us int41 chfesgoRoekiflr plain and lace stripea 3cgit 12 to 50c per pair t Mens Fancy HalfHose loc to 40c 41 liens solid black Hoso 5c to 25c windowst g 441 0 Bear In mind that we are clearing out entire = 1 H line of Winter Goods at COST8Ig Bargains 1 his 4l are now being offered by us Call and be convinced IA t al n ed i M i THE t PLACE IS E 4l = 1 1 rt 41 41 t to 41 t IIJO 1 r ri h wi in rinssni Hartford Republican I I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 j 1 For a nice Hot Lunch go to Singer Office Get your good things to eat at Sing er Office Fresh Oysters Celery and Cranber rice ae Singer Office- Micrft Cheese Sausage aad Crack eraln town at singer Office e Miss Anna Adabburg Is- laltlog Miss MaryWeddingI C R Martin jewelry MIld watch maker at Williams drug store + The wife of Ed Griffin Haytl died Tuesday morning ol consumption Buggies the best oa the l VAme for sale by A e Taylor Hartford Kv I MrsAE Pate vlslttd her parents Mr and tMra John W Pate Beaver Dam yesterday s 4IV Miss Artie Wilson Roslne entered I school Monday She will take music during the spring term a Sheriff Cal P Keown and family S t have moved Into the Dr L B Beau property on Union street Wagons Bugges Phaetoas Surries and all other kinds of vehicles for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky 1 LOST Near thtUollege gate a pair nJ nose glasses with rubber Reward to the finder it returned to TUB RBfontiCAM office No opening of bundles from other stores at the Economy to get prices r Square dealing at our store Call and see SAIIX COLLINS SMITH WORTH 3DDGaIHIThe President b told to be worth 300000000 A LadyetheIsntclaaa rich od the loads they have to any A young lady whbpered to S frlllld that he might wear a Denaona Porous Plikroahi I backoTbW diddethmoayamong- the members of the else I doss i why her Idea about the plater makes me want to laugh but it does te same JIhave seen penty of people kqu olio Beuon 1lMUi oa aair barb t or chat or on any other w1m ere WM weight1 bwtineee weaJbiw er jato It may bi Ule sharp tabs of JlluaJcIi ICbM and wrenches of hnra u m 1tMf be cold In muscles or bossi ItT1141 o a those kldn y or IWbao throata oftt bs a h atrIInorbaampanyNfri Itslwant qset inn and bother Poln Ui1tmeattloUouetoAI with say- ofthe Ola ohf Beaona U ithlassns- rL Puraqplckiy 11 stops the 4 makes laugh watehih Ml BQ tIieUDioUt beUtutWi U 4enggMls e twewlU prepsLT3oetPraa e61 ordered l iIV it250 each t 0 f knrrA Tahwa Wr AMs i 1 vu if if = a is do cS our frames Mr John Blair Baford called tote aa yeaterday Is Mica Mary Smith spent Saturday and Sunday la FordaTlllt I Attoreey C B Smith attended Cea tertowa Joatlee Court Monday to Telephone yoar orders to Singer I Office and acre your trip to ton Call oa A e Taylor Liveryman Hertford Ky for special bargains la BaglM anti Wagons Mr T Ie Place of Reader wac rtratk byte moter In the coat mine tint of the week aad received a broken andwis otherwise bjurtde We have Jut opened up a lot of p uud prints red aid white sad bane and white and also some fancy pit tins CAUOM Co We are now In oar new building and will have a full anti complete line of everything that la kept In afirat claa geaeral store Caller Co NnA C Bllia near town oWl has been confined to her room with biliousmalarial fevers for severa- ldaysb Improving and will soon be fat again Rev J T Ruthlat wu at kin poat at Quarterly mtttlng Saturday Sunday 1111 sermons were excellent Hartford people are seldom treated to such aa he rave UrK V Williams of Beaver Dam fell while walking oa the slick sidewalks In Louisville last Thuraday and fractured hla kneecap He Is able to be out now Messrs Rowan Holbrook Jt11 L Simmerman j P Miller W Hi Bona and P L Felix went to prank Sort Monday to meet the Legislative Gerrymandering Committee Mr Robt Wedding who has been engaged with Uncle Sam entertain whoInow Mo Is at home on ta thirtyday furl lough it The Economy Dry Oeoda Store will aellyoa note gao s better goods tor le s Moaey thaa other tote and we will Bptbpeayoar bundles frail ether stares Coltt the prices either Trynr rJ I syls of taffy left Tues dayioignUvtllq Teen ttoJItt reI had former acquaintances Mr Davis JIlIo rom that petition to IentcIty several year ago Hq will be out several days f4 sBeoaeay Store erllt sell ysa drerebatiVSaltt i JlUaketo Camforu aid ill kla ol wliiter fMatyew wn prices andwUl vet try tIt rIWM froai IrC ro sad Me if du Jill Stuffed Up Thats the condition of many sufferers all from catarrh especially In the morning Great difficulty It experienced in clear log the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache Impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stom- ACh and affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment must be- coaetitmtlonalalteratiro and tonic I wn afflicted with catarrh I took medicines of dIOcrent kinds giving each fair trial but gradually grew worse until seer taste or smelt I then- oncluded to try hoods Sarsaparilla and after taking ate bottles I was cured and bare not had ear return of tbe disease In eras EuoElla Yeasts Lebanon Knn Hoods Sarsaparilla Gaston catarrhIt soothes and strength enl the mucous membrane and builds op the whole system MrB11 Hart sustained a painful cident recently while working In about the plainer In Taylor Cos Establishment at Hearer Dam In come way his sand came In contact u with the plainer and a painful cut retlaulted m Misses Fannie Barnes Viola Pirtle Vlrglllne hockey Beaver Dam and Mattie Plrtle Ifartford are In attend ante at Mardi Gras New Orleans this week Mr D G Young of the New Wrinkle BeaverDam is also In New to rleans of Mr Melvin Shoulders was very crushed by telling Ilater hlle working in the Miller coal bank uthwest of town Wednesday It ol could not be ascertained whether his bruises were of a serious nature buta la In a very painful conditionp Muter RoyHeavria in Louisville being treated by an eye specialist M L Heavrln had a message Tuesday stating that the specialists examination was very discouraging Vaster Roys sight is severely Im paired and the doctor fears the trouble will not yield to treatment A nat ural defect aggravated by dose appli cation In school brought about hla trouble Mr wra Brodghton a laborer at Taylor Mines was climbing over empty cars at the Mines last Saturday when an engine suddenly shoved down OB the can knocking him from the cars he fell between them and leg was broken in two places He wu taken to Louisville te the hoaplt where his wounds are being treat A suit for Damages has been filed against the I C R R for Harris Woodward are his attorI neys T J Turley alt Cd of Owensboro have contracted with Dr L B man build them at warehouse on the va cant lot opposite the First National Bank 30x80 feet They will handle a fall line ef farming Implements reo QIn scads buggies wagons and nil kinds of arming machinery The hoagie will be pat ap as teen as possible They will occupy J BFogles va cant store house until their new house completed We welcome all such people feeling assured In advance that such a business will be remuner alive to them and a great convenience the people Ifr J T Phelps an employe In the service of the Williams Coal Co was seriously hurt Tuesday by falling slate while at work In his room Het was crashed laternaUy In the side back and Is though to be in a crltl condition He bas a wife and five children and ante his living by dally labor lib circumstances are rather CMbarrasalng When calamity overtook hIm it is said he had not a- days provision in his house While ke Is poor he Is a very honorable gentleman He formerly lived Butler county and was a teacher in the public schools of that county Last Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr R A Anderson his daughter Brnyatlne became the happy and life companion of Mr B Howard Ellis The wedding was a quiet home affair tho quite a number of admiring friends fad associates gathered to witness the solemn tho happy event Both the contracting 4partlee are teachers in the public schools and have many friends throughout the county who join in whlshing them a happy future Mr Ellis is attending the Southern Nor mal Business College at Bowling Green and will graduate from that InI stitution in the spring He will leave M to resume his school work whilst hiabride will remain with her parents Dot his work In school it completed REPUBLICAN con gratulates the young couple on their happy marriage and wishes for them- a future of unbounded happiness Rough River Telephone Co- At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Rough River Telephone- Co held In Its office at HartfordKy ol Jtday February 10 1902 a di W ijQrityof the shares of stock was represented notwithstanding the Inclement weather mad a pleasant and we trust profitable meeting was had A short review of the business and progress ot this company during the preceding year was had gratifying results It seems to tbS consensus opinion of the stock- hofderatkat this company would soon place Itself upon anch a financial basis as would enable it to achieve much greater results arJ bake the business much mere remrfiieratlve In this connection we wtnld express our moat profound thanks to our many friends sjssV patrons who have so cheerfully aided us la this horn enterprise We expect wHhtesVB t thirty days to pat la a MV switchboard whisk will r Increase our capacity to 290 drops a- We will then be able to accommodate who may want our service The stockholders complimented the old board of directors by reelecting them J M MATTINOLY Prts D M MOCKER Secy A Queer People There is in the Equality neighborhood in the Western part of this county a religious sect or denomination who call themselves Northern Methodist but are unlike any other people that belong to that churcband fact their mole of worship and general demeanor are dlerent from any other people to whom our notice has ever been called It developed- on the trial of a Commonwealth casein the Centertown Justice Court last Monday wherein a young man was charged with disturbing these people their public worship that they would sometimes In the midst ot their services invoke the Deity to send them a massive snow cloud it might bunt In their mldstand one good lady said she knew It would come for one bad visited her on the preceding morning It also developed that on one occa sion at least a member of these good people while assembled as they said worship according tl the dictates their own conscience mounted the seats and crowed like the chanticleer rooster If per chance a young man should attend their meeting wearing a collar the latest syle high u you know good slater while shouting and Him on high will perhaps stop long enough to ask him if his collar does not hurt his neck and If same Is comfortable Truly It can be said that these are queer people Marriages Henry W Ralph Ralph to Miss Retells Ralph Ralph Jams E Kirk Clear Run to Miss Ada Hines Beda e e Baize Beaver Dam to Miss Mary E Davis Sulphur Springs- B H Ellis Hartford to Miss Ernestine Anderson Hartford George R Mldklff Hartford to Miss Annie Ralp Magan Estlll TIchenor McHenry to Miss Sallie Tichenor McHenry Willie Griffith Fordsvllle to Miss Minnie Lee Megan W H Hocker Centertown to Miss Zella Hefiln Centertow- nJ P King Westerfield to Miss Mitchell Westerfield Something That Will do You Good We know of no way In which we can be of more service to our readers c than to tell them of something that will be ol real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the verr I best remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup Were fer to Cham berlains Cough Remedy We have used It with such good results In our family so long that it has become a household necessity By its prompt use we havent any doubt but that It has time and again prevented croup The testimony ie given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have children always keep It In homes as a safeguard dgalnst croupCamden S C Messenger For sale by all druggists m Twentyfive Mules Burned Nashville Tenn Feb nThefeed stable of Shryer McConnell of this city burned this morning to gether with about twenty five mules plrtlcoyI For Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many differ ent medicines for stomach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had u good results from any as from Cham berlains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists m Badly Mixed A tall western girl named Short long loved a certain big Mr Little while Little little thinking of Short loved a little lees named Long To make a long story short Little proposed to Long and Short longing to be even with Littles shortcomings and meeting Long threatened to marry Little before long which caused Little In a short time to marry Long Did tall Short love big Little less because big Little loved little Long r Thank Godevery morning when you get up that von have something to do that day which must be done whether you like It or not Being forced to work and forced to do your best Mil help in your temperance andselfcoutroldlllgenceand strength of will cheerfulness and content and a hundred vlrtures which the idle never know Charles Kingsley d Mrs L Clay Brock ol Flemings burg Ky has issued an appeal to the people for aid to the wife of James L Howard who Is left homeless and destitute with three children to rear yureof 25 from Fleming county The fund Is to be appropriated In building her a home and assist la rearing her children The appeal Is a worthyone and should be heartily responded to The Memphis Commercial Appeal has a reporter who says A net has been woven about their feet and they are staggering In its meshes And those who doubt the strength of the texture caa not stand either or they i r blind to reason When the woof and warp of the net are known and fully explained and the process of welding the chain link by link with almost mathematical precision and nicety Is folly realized then the doubt that lingers about any ssaertltn whether abstract or concret In IU form withers and fades like a fog before the sun He simply means that the eVe idence against two suspects Is strong NOTICE Ohio Clrcut Court M B Crowder ePetition in Equity Notice IA hereby given that M B Crowder and thirty 30 other legal and qualified voters at Horse Branch Ohio county being more than two thirds of the persons entitled to vote and living within the boundary of the town proposed to be establtsed have this day filed a petition In equity in the Ohio Circuit Court asking that a town of the sixthclass be established at Horse Branch Ohio county Ken lucky and that the proposed boundary of said town Is set out by metes and bounds as follows war Beginning at a atone on the S W to corner of said town 42 poles Nof 111 lace Central railroad near Millers lar corner thence S 83 tf E 83 poles to a stone near the creek thence N 2 W jopolea extending 3apolcs beyond the railroad to a stone thence S 2 E 80 poles to a stone thence Sa E So poles to a stone to the beglnnlngInclosing a boundary which does not exceed one Fourth 0 of a mile In each direction necessary to form a square and that said petitioners will on the 2nd day of the next March term 1902 of the Ohio Circuit Court ask the to establish a town of the sixthclass in the above described boundary which town shall be named Horse Branch age and will alto at the same time ask theta lodge of said Court to appoint IIOtM less than five trustees a police judge narwhal and assessor of said town as ton required by Section 37r5 an Statutes This February it 1902dc M B CHOWDER c Wanted Tdepfcone Poles The Rough River Telephone Co wants a lot ot chestnut telephone er poles from 45 to 50 feet long a Inches it top Apply to D M Hocker tanager office over W D Moores grocery Hartford tf Fire at Springfield Springfield 0 Feb ttThe great gut street shops built by Wm N Fhlteley the reaper king at a cost el- of 200000 were destroyed by fire todaywThe Insurance is 131000 on tile intents and for Senator Fairbanks 08 the building 110003 a total of 240000 The shops It the time of their come ktlon were the second largest in the oriel being rlvaledonly by the great a rupp Gun Works at Essen Ger Is man7 The shops atone tlme faad 150 teen on the payroll F E B ed We heard a man say tha other ornlng that the abbreviation for PebraaryPebmean freeze every bodaad that man looked frozen In his ulster It was apparent that he seeded the kind of warmth that atayel iia warmth that reaches from head to of hot all over the body We could to lave told him from personal knowl dge that Hoods Sarsaparilla gives permanent warmth it invigorates the flood and speeds It along through artery at and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to enjoy cold weather and resist the attacks of di case It gives the right kind of warmth stimulates and strengthens atthe same and all its benefits art sating There may be a suggestion In this for you- Freedom for Two Hundred- St Louis Feb toEatabllahed recedents of the United States arm sets overthrown and the freedom of early 2e0 men now confined In Fed eral penitentiaries were assured by a decision rendered by the Unit ed States Circuit Court of Appeals to tpy In the case of Peter C Demtng a ormer captain of United States v4 inteers against Robt W MHiangey warden f the Federal penitentiary a tart Leavenworth Denting was imprisoned on the lenience ot a courtmartial composed Of nine regular anayoficcrscoavened ly Gea W R Shatter on March 29 1900 The opinion of the Circuit Court written by Judge Walter SSan born is that the courtmartial whir lentenced Demlng acted In violation if Article 77of the articles of war which provides that officers of tha egnlar army shall not be competent to sit in conrtuartlal tor the trial ot officers aad soldiers of other forces The essential question as stated In Judge Sanborna opinion is whether the volunteer army Is the same as th egular army or whether It is one o the other forces mentioned fn Ar Icle77 The opinion establishes tilt act that the volunteer army is at all imes distinct form the regular army Demlng will be released from the tart Leaven worth penitentiary with lu sixty days and all other former members of the volunteer army COM toed la Federal prisons oa sentences inflicted by courtHartlal of regular ifficers wjll also be liberated as there nIt of todays decision it Is stated nA Roller United States District Vttoraey estimates the number of inch cues at loo Denting was a captain ia the sub ilstenca department althe volunteer armr He was commissioned nud- eheist of 1899 providing for the e k Bad Coughs III had a bad cough for heIweeks and could find no relief until I tried flyers Pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle cured meL Hawn Newlngton Ont Neglected colds always lead to something serious They run Into chronic bronchitis pneumonia consumptionDont Ayers Cherry Pectoral coughbegins cure you then ram Ilya Zk Sc U AlllnnI Coninit your doctor If he MM take It thou do M e MJ It he tads ear knowsUantlJ V ATElt CO LoIIX llitment of soldiers for the Philippine The charge against him related his accounts The courtmartial composed of nine officers of the regu army dismissed Doming from the service and sentenced him to three years in the penitentiary This sentence was affirmed by the secretary of war and approved by the President The tase was first brought in the United States Circuit Court for the District ol Kansas and was decided against Deming who then appealed- to the Circuit of Appeals In St Louis INCIDENTS OF INTEREST At Beaver Creek Ky an aged man Andy Huff by namejS yeas of a pioneer and wealthy was at by James Eastep and George and beaten almost tonncon consciousness when his 2t year old Wm Huff rushed to hit aid from adjacent room and shot Moore and mortally wounded Catlap aged man may not recover An 1 8 year otd ot Wooster Ohio while sleighing last Sunday was kicked on the head by the moter pow a runaway mule and painfully hurt Previously her eyes had been affected and she was competed to use glasses When the pain and swelling subsided her eyesight was restored She does not use glasses any more A defective boiler exploded at St Marys on the Lake Erie and West railroad while standing on the siding The engineer and fireman killed Hindu twins who were united te tether In a manner like the Siomn twins were separated at ParisPrance the 8th Inst by surgical operation which was entirely successful The patients were weak OB the account of one Having the hush and the result II yet in doubt Safe blowers cracked thesafe of the Lunon Banking Company at Acwortbr Ga last Sunday morning and secur Q in money and 6000 in State Bonds end a large amount of State certificates R C Davis who looted 75000 while cashier ol a Washington Ind National Bank Is on trial In the Feb Court at Indianapolis OB charge embezzlement Davis turned over the bank enough real estate to CO- yer loss Louisville has Invited the Leglsl Lure to visit the city about Itbrnary Mark Twains CousinG C Clement of Topeka Kan the no ted constitu lawyery striking a resemblance to Mark Twain Samuel B Glemensthathe ly taken forthe original Mark O C Clemens is a man of intellect and cont sidered one of the foremost lawyers in this country In arc cent letter to the Dr Miles MedicalCoitlrCletnensssysS vatloohavethorougblyutlafisdmathatDr and It excellent for will It b recom hmended MrNorannWJtripSop Pre Balik- n Society 0 uysl PillsMitesare inraluabie for beadaeh and all I had been Ii creat luffertf from headache until learned of the enccy of Dr Miles Pain PUB Now I always carry them sad prevent recurring at tacks y takings the symp toms DrOulatfOr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Inds 60 YEAR- SlXPERIENCE I IDnlONa aeoeNdaadleeteamemLlleenarelttl ltouettldlteeondewl4L I1tndDOOtowrataora tbateemgwatotawllkoale detllkA melt Wutftla4 weekb Ianee Iofear tduM4 0 JSSKK yutI t ifr e MOVINGObYIWe s is Market street and we find it a big job It will r- itake us several days to complete tho job and get straightened up again In the meantime we will icome very near giving away somo goods rather than keep them It is not a question of profit if but a question of how mUch goods we can cash fr The more goods we sell the less wo will have to fr move so wo are going to wipe out all profits Wo iquote you prices on a few articlesbelow Good Brown Domestic 1 yd fr Better grades sam WidiUci I Remnant Calico is The Best Calico oc i Good Bleached Cotton7 Sic and lOc d i Bleached Sheeting 94 widel8cSame 104 widea22oi Unbleached Sheeting 171 U 21c i All lOc Percals 7Jc t All 121c Percals lOc tv Ladies Capes30cto f000 Ladies Jackets100 to 1000 is lens Overcoats WO to 1000 leas Suits 250 to 1000 t We also hat a full line of Woolen Dress Goods Flannels Skirts and Millinery G ods that we will isell regardless of cost Come and inspect our stock tiCARSON CO tHartford K- Yt r oeee t ii t EVERYODY S STORE 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 t Cos unionmaderhhe durability of this line of goods has been attested to by thousands jof satisfied wearers We carry a com plete line of these with or without the apron front Also tho different styles in the Coate FurnitureRemember a 4 very complete lino of this goods Everything you need for the furnishing ofyour house wo have and the prices are all right Every article strict ly reliable e OVVaSe These Stoves arc taking the dry Their quality is unsur passed They are an ornament to n room Firebox lining if properly cared for will last five years There is none its equal Buy your wife one and make hor happy Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons When you buy One of these Wagons you know you takeano risk in getting your moneys worth Why take chances on a Wagon that you know nothing about for a fete cents 4 flereft8e in price Buy one of these and satisfaction is guaranteed P a S a O u Beaverbam Ky t 4Q lil z I 1u j cTheKind You lime Always Bought and irliJcli lifts nnbcep uso for over 00 years has borne tlio slfjnntnro o- tA and has been mnilo under his per souitl supervision slnco Its lu01llel I 7 I Allow 110 ono to deceive onlnthIH- AU Counterfeit Imitations and Justaspood aro hilt I2vtcrhiicnts that trifle with mid endanger tlio health of JLufitUts uml Children Experience against Experiment i What is CASTORIA Cnslorln is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil rare goile Drops mill Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It dcHtroys Worms null allays Fcvcrlshness It cures Dinrrhcoa and Windj Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation S and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural Sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUJWE CASTORIA ALWAYS Dears the Signature of YkThe Kind You Have Always Bought L In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUH COMMNT TT MUHMAV rnicr Ntwvemt CITY JiJ1I 1 FIELD SON== rrcpr =rc TRANSFER I N K 37= 7 = = =I i- cPLD c IAvr JA BAE KYA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ASTHMA CURE FREE I Astlimalonn Brings Instant Holiof and Permanent I Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOllt NAME AXD tDlIESS ILAIMY I 1lAINED TEft 1 11g YEA S I I There is nothing like Astbtnalene It brings Instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else falls JUdgeIIIraalene received in good condition cannot tell you how thankful heel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired o ever being cured I saw your advertise ment for the cure of 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 Woohalor Rabbi of the Cong Bnal Israel 1901DrsGentlemen Your Asthtnalenc an HayIwith Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderful Alter having It carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalere contains yoursft 1901DrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested wifehassignuponNomemberI thatIdistressing disease Yours respectfully O D PhELPS M DIDr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num I p erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement putchased children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of maketSt York Cityt Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal MIWICINECo d Sold by DruggistsnI t A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE JwtT1mra 0 c is go1- 1ur c Igo W- rz 1D ri11 t f111f PILE CURE I A NwDiscovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand a l EXTERN kr PILES WITHOUT PAINdas CURLS WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED 4 Tuoea BY MAUI 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTSC JAWeS F BAllARD Sale Proprletora 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HP r ForJSale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Kyg r J a ifi i i tr a t Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 Illinois Contra t Rallroad TlmoI Tablo j New tlrat card Inking effect Sunday Dec t1100 at ooon Moral llniinil Sonlli Douiiil- No 131 due 537 n m No it diitll17 n m No 102 dne247 in No 101 tIne t U p m- No IM due 13O p in No 131 due SM y la- IoriilI F rlgtiHi Nol doe 108 m No 113 dot 2117 p as- S 11 VAXUCTCU A grot Guns WntBl ML Hit IAILS Met Cough Syrup TaucaUood Use In time foM bv dnnclitik CONSUMPTION BURGLAR ADAHRED BABY Boy or Girl He Asked the Frightened Mother Made Profuse Apologies New York Feb ioWhataret ty baby Its a shame to rob a house where there is such a pretty child I Bit a boy or a gM1 These remarks were addressed to Mrs J R Wright who cowered in bed in her home in Jersey City The person wbo addressed her was a bur gIst believed to be one of the same polite pair who robbed the Hockes in Bayonne the night before and whose amazed behavior was told olin the PostDispatch yesterday This last time he wore a raglan overcoat and bad a black silk handkerchief tied around the lower part of his face As he spoke he had a revolver close to Mrs Wrights face The baby washer ipmonthsold son who was In his mothers arms and was staring Interestedly at the glittering barrel of the plbtol and extended one chubby fist toward it as if he wanted to grasp the weapon A second gentemanly burglar f masked like the other meantime held a pistol at Mr Wrights head Mr Wrights bed adjoined his wifes Beside him was his 6yearold son Edward who stared at the burglars but made no whimper- A third burglar also masked wa holding a revolver at the head of Edward Beakey Mrs Wrights brother who slept in an adjoining room The burglars had lighted the gas in the two soms and han demanded all the money there was in the house But they were excessively polite in their demands and made profuse apol ogles deploring the necessity that THE NEW WAY Common Sense for Wompn ILodlfi Should Hrad ol the Latest and Most Sac mifal Importation from Franc IAll Wsuanltlnd May TOMCM Drircht Kj Fair Skin Strength and loud Health Dr Iallurd the famous French prac ftltloaer who ban derated hi whole IUto the Btudy of womeu nnd hire won the highest dl tlnctlon through hl wonderful lucrouful prac tIc among the Brit famlllen of lorl WOMAN A IIKIIOIVK Woman U a heroine lajti the Doctor ad her remarkable endurance and ability to wlthitand the most trjlng ordeal compel admiration She I a lau to the Natural Modeitjr of her MX bloho often ratinea her to endure the great it trial dad suffer In silence rather than consult eren her Family lhj lclnn tearIng to eipose herself to cecwsir questioning and probable examination ALIFCKTLIIYR- eeofrolilnR thia tact early In hu practice Dr Lallord boo by years ol study and close appll cation eiirolredancntlrdr new method of treat ment for all ailments peculiar to woman which haa met with unbounded UfO and hi Ilranch DIsc managed by skilled physician under bU personal supervision are now located In every large city of Europe Dy his snperkr method each patient rewire absolutely free of chaw full nod detailed advice e pevlully adapted to her tie thus avoIding all embarrassment or Inconvenience and a Dr la Dords remedies ore put up In the form of small dainty wafers they are ronlly raffled and taken At any time or place without attracting atten lion This Insure regularity In treatment which Is roost Important to H cure Dad generally Im possible with liquid remedies ItijulJ remedlv 01 Will iontalnalarice propor tion of alcohol whlsky or other liquor to JlIIeerie them from spoiling Dr LiiDorda Wafer u dry medicine and are positively freefrom ntoulennts or narcotic drugs of any kind Moniit iiirriiuiiN- Dr iJiIlorJi creatwt uccens hie been atbler edby the iie of the CtItONlt WAFK1I ibIs nut n Iutent Mnllclnv lint a nrleatlflc prepa rntlouur Viburnum or CUIOMA Icon monly known n0 Illack llawberry and other bnobftnnum or CAIIOXIA I recognIzed and pre mrlbed by the lendIng physklnn of the world sic the best known Nperlltcfor Kenmle troublw The extremely dloFtlbl tote of tbcee drugs has onrrutueLykllllohllnnlllurolloatalnlajfhOWOf here elevlftc biter been sorsmbind and peeper etl SiC to form n dainty wafer easily tnkenyet embodying the most accurate end rectal cure for Female WenknensNerrou IrontrntlonInln fal and riapprmnvdjieoiiN IrregularIty Leacor rhor or White HterUlty Ulceration ot the Uterus Change of Ufa In Jliittoo or Mnld Chronic V lIne lrlnnry Troublu Servou Debility ltof use Flow Threatened illncurrlnm Ialpltattun of he Heart 1aln In the 1ilt Hide Cold Hands nd Feet Hearing Down rains llatkache Short ThosemRnlIIeQ inlserntile It miikf thlld birth easy and save doctor 11111 A VAMAIIIi rrATUIIi bllogtosurprisinglybortIII not only core the wont Obstinate casettno onlJkomntti prevent tbnu monthly marrencm of extreme 701lIna m cc positively Ruarnntctil tu cure Sins the must hiiThis valuable remedy Dr lntlorirn Crno contracted thehnporllolJIIrm tblI iJiOord lot the urInateagency for State AConnpltatloa Department under Jha aunetvkton of Dr IM tarnIshedbsolutely0 Ijiille orderlnK UAIIOMA stein Ud to write all about their partUAIar cases la detail anti are ssrired the most sarred privacy to their cMrreMpuuileare n nn testimonials or I letter Irodrladles uro ever published liy iidbO1 of olnvti Wafer luontlin supply will he sent iwcnnly packed end prepaid to nay address In the CII or CanAlson acetistof Oat Dollar uccompanled by the detail a- fynutnase AtnllaBdeonipleU treatment In all nl in llclni Cud nor written lThIsdte end full direction Therariioaddltlonalekarimi of any kind thu placing the lddrruuther otnisiuIyfarket id tlllltfPIt- Uddp6j HIYt A WORTHY SUCJESSORI Uador The1SomotiiingNowr All Doctors have tried to cult Catarrh by the Use powders asI patformmncnous membranes causing them powerfulentirely eaten away V same mepi branes that their tuRk have aim I to cure while I olrtruei t cannot reach the dis An n- and I experienced prnrt er wh h lor many years mathS clpe HU l1tmHiCalorrhmerit which when faIt iy UFK pbrrnslyi t cause stopping the miKts curing all inflamnin It is only remedy kimwn clmce tactually reaches the 1 tsdinThis wonderful remcJ known as Snuffles the GuaianUed Catarrh extremelylocontaining internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to Its perfect use perfectCureas the only sale and positive cure for lIejItquick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold In the Head Catarrh when neglected often lends to Consumption Snuftles wil save you U you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively cuarans teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the direo tlons which accompany each pack- IIge Dont delay but tend lot it at once and write 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 beyond the regular price of Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt Oj One Dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles Cqmpany 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia caused them to act as they did Yes that iscertalnly acute chid resumed the burglar who stood nears Mrs Wright Boy or girl did you say- Boy faintly responded Mrs Wright who had been to frightened too answer the cracksmans polite queries I trust he will grow up to be a credit to you and that he wont turnout as bad as I have said the bur gistBut to get back to the point again Where do you keep your money We must be going lad y must speak up quick We havent any oney in the house said Mrs W ght and her husband corroborate her Then while two of the me kept their re volvers leveled at tl1tWO men at woman the third seas si the close and bureau They Itsi ia plirse con laming 2 but ox rlooked Mr Wrights gold watch id 50 which were in clothing hang r s far back In a closet and missed a a jewel case containing several fcu dred dollars worth ol jewelry Arent you the s ine men who robbed Julius C Horkxs house last night in Bayonne ask d Mr Wright It isnt polite tons questions responded the burglar Were go log now and il any ot you give an alarm well come back ind shoot you all Then the bnrglar In the raglan eald to Mrs Wright Were really Terry sorry to have intruded in this way We had tot 1 it to raise money to get out of town And as soon as I find a job Ill return this f2 Now ifyou dont scream r raise any outcry you have nothing 0 lear Then he insisted on shaking hand with Mrs Wright and the three ii trudera backed to the door and with final caution against any alarm they disappeared Mr Whoolor Got Rid of His Rheumatism During th wlnter ol 1898 I was so lame in tny joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble around when I bought a bottle ol Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked stead ily the yellrR Wheeler North wood N Y For sale by all druggist CASTORIAFor Infants and Children he Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Siguaturoof Cfotfflfcli Joy Turned Her Brain A special to the CImnaU Sunday I Hoqulrer from Abeiddin SayS Mrs j Kate Montgomery d righter of Ed und Martin one ot Ohios wealth lest farmer Is hopelessly Insane and er death Is niotnen ully expected Three years ago Mr Montgomery married igalnst her fliers wishes When he found out fHfshe had mar jttoenly took seriously ill and think ng he was going to die sent Ibrhls c- aughter Upon meeting him she went Insane She is last sinking nd physicians say she li past human aid They claim oveijoy torn meet og her lather turned hr brain isOAShartb its Kid Yoth Han aISBouV- itBlpit1tlt s a t J q 0 P rTHREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern Normal School the great iepctitintpioba1ritiig Sc oolor tfki0l An able Pnculty or I J liai charge of the different llts lJshe teaching fa c The lrhn31tUngllsh Teachelll tc certificate StAte J1i1lIoU1 ffeparator1 ScleltticCluslc Elocution an 0C Iullc COlIWS IUI fatrgbt 11 iWe IIIOIttflpectl all In vlttllt C ptnowlloupectoluahwork re arc 1010110 our w acoolBOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE c NatlinilofIf yon waist a a thorough Commercial Education and a Position wiser you e 1 1abyoolo CIllltnICl TuSSle naComlDercLalTypewriting riuslneM CorrcnxMidence Buiiucs Arithmetic CcSmmercl blAw fcnuunshlp Practice tic Gtntrtl toutvtntgtr It regular lies charge lb work I Our student ate universally successful in the JsodProfession World mil n vtt tall to secure Students vill be in daily attendance during the theIOlA7highestpositions of honor sod trust present scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BU8INE8B TRAININQ BOHOOL8 OF THE SOUTH WOE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogue and Journals Free ie1f HctfEnRY SsaSraI Wanngir Ialia Irsu Ky M r u =IS STILL MYSTERY But Mr Kllgore Sheds Some Light on the Shanty Boater j The owner of the shanty boat found near Metropolis well furnished and with a lamp burning in it has not yet turned up but Mr J Jc Kilgore the heading factory trnan of Median Icsburg is able to shed some light on the myttery The boat was moored near his mill all last summer and was owned and occupied by an aid darkey who pro fessed to be a fortune teller and wb was known by everybody in tha part of town at Quickstep He claimed to have wonderful oc cult powers among which was that of telling where any steamboat was at any time no matter how far away lie was well patronized by the color ed people of that locality and by many white people but no one seems to remember his name but as the ow- on the license found on the boat ii Newman and also bears the wort Qluckstep that is doubtless his name The boat was moved several weeks ago but It Is understood was moored lower down near Island Creek Where the old darkey has goneand whether he met with foul play or not- is a matter that is cow puzzling the police The condition in which the boat was found indicates that it was hastily abandoned or the lamp would not have been lighted II it hd bUn broken loose or have floated away by a rise in the river it is reasonable to suppose that the owner would have ttioivn up and made sonic effort to overtake and recover it at once but if any such steps hse been taken they do not know any thing about it MeItsIn being taken in the case Paducah Sun Something That Will do You Good We know of no way In which we can be of more service to our readers tban to tell them of something that will be ol real good to them For this reason we want to Acquaint them with what we consider one pf the very best remedies on the market fur coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Cham berlalns Cough Remedy We have psed it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity By its prompt use we havent any doubt but that It has time and again prevented croup The testimony is given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have InIMessengeram Game Laws in Kentucky Plain citizens may be that from January I to December 31 Senators Governors and members of Congress may be shot during any political campaign and within sixty days thereafter The killing of Presidents and Vice Presidents is strictly prohibltediln Kentucky TbCY must be hunted down outside ol Kentucky This law Is imperative owing to the rcarcity of a good quantity of this game Nlggers can be shot at any time Hunters In search ol this game ore allowed to use a atuQttl club or a butcher knife If any man in caught drinking wa tcroft Is a sign that lie is no gentleman sail mid may be executed with whtUver weapon is neatest u hand Colonels may be dot with impunl ty at tiny time while a uquirrel gun s recommended for dispatching ma 9rs and captlans No man shall kill in excess cmlxe person per thy la cases where it Is nn illicIt or boner this inay be increased to 13 Any citizen who does not trite the I remains of his victim from public jvithin fortyeight hours of the time he first volley was fired will be fined ne gallon of iioonsliiner Any citizen who steps omtnoher ns toes in bs shot on the spot i with the privilege of apologizing thereafter Jf a citizen leaves lipme half shot and is found on the streets a short time thereafter full ol buckshot that his fault and his teativesare not to dolt more than ev ntitn ul usptct3in their etfuts to Cnjthe guilty perEoUi jtlxcbgsge zt= Nasal CATARRH In tit III stages tbu houll be cesalrges- LElys Cream Balm eraneootLeeadlb bul Hccm uturkujdilrni ewycoiihsi its fcciil qalckl i Cream Union It pieced Into thu BOttrUl spreads crer the msrahrana ao1 It btotbtl IttUilli In- indItaandacscrteUows It 1501 dijUc4oti riot ptoJuc inwilni Large SlieMccDUctUnc sl1e or b1 msU Trill Sic 10 emit by math ELY BHOTI1 tntS M Vafrro Street Knr TWkl I I i NEwTHRdUbHLINE- f tlTHfllt UttXSrillt liD a ijCHICAaOA new car ne has establUbt for the entire distancl lover the Illinois Centra bctweej j Kvansvill and Chicago the line being i via Mat toon Champaign and the road I from Evansville to Mattrxn inrmerl japatt of the lT D R sty tb II services is RR iollowt NORTH BOUND Dally Rx Scin1 73ollmII SOUTH BOUND IDall Ex Sun 83oalutI Through sleeping cars on nlght i trains and through freerecllning chair ars on day trains llcktta olyonr local ticket agent VICKSBURG VETEflANS VISIT The Old Battle Grounds AND TUB NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS The larrlrlDK rrttrnni nUb rarapaln aid isevof1ckburgtsd their W nJxiiUl i ltu note that the IlllnoU Ontrnl Railroad Company wfll ran a loral rsnnloo to tht bie w OrIenas Mnrdl Irauwlth atwnlghta anda day atop Yert Vlftibura Itntto Cbkoxo lit UO pm Fntport at IOa m Kt Lout at 1011 pm CtndnDatfiit KOp m find tAttVfllfe att4 p m en TnndAjr FtSjrunry I lloth HtKudard rnMman ned Kmnloa Sltrprn will be run from clilmiu and from nndnnntl and Ionl Tll to New llrlMM and la addition Kxnrtlon hare will bo run from Freeport nod from Ht fxialu to New Milmiu The prlr per doatlr brrlkibrtocrpc eipk4 bjr ou or two people will Ie am Nlow q- New UrleaDc In Standard Steeper from Chicago ftM from Inrinnatl and trnloalllle17OIIi In Kimnloa Can from Chicago and Scum Frv port tUG lenin St LuuliCtisrlnnatiau4 Ix nb iflie too ThU M a irrrat trip and eery Tttrrantrrrr lOa and ererT dangbtf of a T t raaranil rrrjr HMJ r1 who want a good time ibjold at one rppljr for their sleepIng car ottommotloni Fat iprdal train rite which wilt ttaijclal Mardi lira rate Unit Ktc consult jour home ticket agent or adilrruth neamt of the uodrlgllftlr XllongAIII fouls f W llarlov 0 F A Uaelaiatt WjI1a D mTCliAo Countjr Clrenlt Court W T Owen Jodgtr sT K Itowe Attorney Owensboro T It Illack Jailer 8A Anderson Clerkj llownn Holbrook Master Corn mlssloner 0 II Ukens Trustee JurFundi Cal IKeown Hberlff hartford IPepatySherlfl f U Keown Clarence Keown 00 II IiobntU L lloyd FlemHteven CourtfonvsnelrstUon day In Starch end August efidcontinu4ttnr wrekand third Monday In May and XijTsmlwr two weeks e Cointy Court J I SillIer J di St 8 It and Clerk i W II Il rae Attorney Hartford rcourt convene Stat Monday In each month Quarterly Conrt lleirln oath thud Monday In April July October and January Court of lmaCunceallnt Monday Ii Jan nary Tuesday after second Monday la pctober Other Oncers J Jl Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Toe Assessor Ileda Jam DhAV School superintendent Hartford iletrVl D4vli Coroner Sulphur Springs e Tx Covitt I II F Hudson Heaver Dam February IS Mayi 17 August SO December t loa W Martin llulietown February SI May 8 August 2 November 8 Jno M Graham Dundee February It Slay T August ST December 14 T A Lean For Jsrllle February t Stay 51 Augusts November 6 J A luck DufordFebrnary to May I Aug atI November 6 W A ICnaeCenteflownFebruarrOMnyil August 23 Novembers if II J Wilcox Itockp rt February 8 MalO August ZO November 8 ZtolXorlouB Q iinTlciO- M K Church 8oita6evlce third ftanday la ach mouth ot 11 a mamr I p inland fonrjh Hnndny at 7 p ni Irnrtr meeting every Jedne tiny evening Ilev J C 1etrle lastor Ilnptlit Church Servlres held Mcond Sunday la serb month at It h m lad T pn Priiy rtnet vito month at It a ui and t pm 1IJI1rIle- tI pastor 1 J School Trastocs HartfordrJostr MUtrf JH Glenn H T Htevens U M Ilocker J IItlSr son Jon C lllley Town TrustMM A ttWhlt 1- iiiitton FVW4rierJJ WO Hardwlok HJ A dlnf w Dociot OocLtt5 Tftfn llardaa7DIhartford Mdl Wders 1 r1itDl b lMonday night In each niunth c k- Ioollh ulcer Lodgeo llo SltIbt of IjflLa I meet ever Tuesday night w 1reston MortOn Fast N6OMntol herar meetings HaturdaybeforfflrstRaaday inch month AU member of t a rNpectlrt lodfM art livllej ttudaitrnHttaz YtiMaa z P A RARE OPPORTUNITY 1 SSQIVENAWAYSIJU RAg rAM UlHDI N NTV EIGHT IN ITUSIBER 4 A1ahnl MulUPIIUnum rit t ffWKfLVfi JN1 NUMBER Airi an TlitHIIoljr Gos BjjNklionr lIon lVlI4E IN NUM13KK 01bcwlthe Sunday C6mjncrcuil Tribune J alternates with the other and in order to get them complete svbsoribo at once 25o a month or 125 forsiv months for the Sunday Commercial Tri bune That yon may be convinced send Go for sample co y We feel uUsflcd tzatit joilL please you and that yoinviU want tile cutircscrics THE COMME UrAlTRIBUNE co OINOINMATI OHIO WQiM Cr vWHITES CREAM f Fir 20 Ytars His Iti til kaoxz BXAXXJ x sreD4 rtdA 1 For Salts by J H Williams E K Ic 1 41 c p I Americas Best i i 41 Republican lI 1 EDITORTLY CO ffrNrY PU 41 IArr6urlpats of Iorglnal storIesAiwSa to i I 41 Articles on neolth the home r 41 AboutthVarni and Garlen 114 VERMFUCEflANY I I WEKLrI tTIlE INTER CUAN faa iIPress and also la the only It ttP inrthe combined telegrophl qt e both the New York Sun and 4l c ively besides dally reports MO Wll tOUg out the 41 cwupiiistbe1RSTofl eartb ltJ pysp arrangements 41 j ilreaHorderaUothe P UBtlCAJI j and this great 5 I 1 41 f4 r 41 1 II fIgy flM J I t t p I f AEE u t 1 Y1wti DEAFk5 I If 1 a HEAD tNOISES 1r JL ACL CASES OF 5 t I DEAENESSORHARD HEARINCIi ARE row CURABLE f i 0 S sfcXPtWfncffiJnyentipniqnly those born deal are incurable HEADNOISES GEASE IMMEDIATElVt 1 C FAWERAlOF DALTIMefHC J lwjgMdiHtKfcjolMtJf jeatlr11 to lour now areouafullhUtowornycu to nJt dkl60iMtim1km m treating 0 In usia eVSHSr IWW11 In ilog arid W tfllon S6wotr until I le mnxkrvtnr o r atJr Ultra onth mUhout ariysucccu consulted t triresItet ot pistlIciang amoar raisers the moot ecniaent ga speilist of city who lollIe wouldthenruaentheartlltaAdtetotInsjd rillr r liii Welt tolrelXtitdtN IJ thank rwtlllJlettoEde s p t rI tiw urJ dwDltI Sld tloItie3ssv1tftcI d 41 HtWJ IJJUU LHUoIl It OA vij1m4il kWg9Pq J f Et 19 iu 1 co J j it S u UI Jt CI = tt1t 1 1 4 I 11rtM 14iZi1ki b tosti arip thiis 1I co1f 0 51fJ 5U llifdrmef bs ri6 f rw1 II r t t J- b I i j 1 ftP II II 8 Jsw t If 1 t r wt2rj rAnd get Bi1 thenews s alitne time1 1tItI tlWI grvit el 1 wA45 i 1