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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIjL d I I n ThE IIARTBJRD EtFUBLICAN i 111 FinJobArVorka Specialty OFFICIAL OWN OP TIB PiEITl ETODlIICOmESSIOKlLDISIECI I i Subscription lay r iivdi xiy HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1902 JNoSl 4 You Are r So Slow t1itthe- answer kwto Ute other womut the mJgbt prupsay Yotineyerii4toab n n your to that It aeenKd that cn7lDo met would break It In two enough for woman to uHer But when the niiut suffer and lave at the same time she truches the limit of her endurance Weak women who li Tt beta made the we of Dr Fftrcea Favor ntaarltdries he IVetcrlptloa recommend it tp othtrt tion weakntt and ulceration and cum female WqIPt III dlflcml tttIda sd akarI- I Ir aM rtiur unUl t bps Or irsp i eJ n1P11oa1It These iAedktut have vvrd as Wllnal your trrlmtnt I was not sMs todonrr miKh alaeIWDr Merces Pleasant PeIl ta ewe bU dojFIIT1LuiI Attorney at S LowHARTP RD KY ortatfOhioSptcltl sItetIou gltta ta coUKtloM ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD 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aoUrlons Quatttr House whoe IIi long series of tragedies culminated I tbe one hut Wednesday and Iti own destruction wsa looted three wiles or More Iron Mlddle bor audtbere Ii the senblsaeeof a road to within a- DIle siltbUt it is almoat Impassi ble for an vehicle The resortwas oa tbe right idefthe Louisville Iud Naakvllle railroads Mlago Mountain branch and Ir asthptrala tha pai sepgers could leek overtheitekad iotothe Incloanre Bet BO train steps thlr and Lee Tamer bed really mEre than ole kind of taalt sapp it in hit vile business Slit every man woman and child that leftAJUgo by tralbrIon footi had to pass and see torlous place It11 taken as a matter of course It wu the ratapsnt sad notorious Tce of Mig hollow It had been kept orestef tea rally the wldelkaowaT8r brothers wtiiS ae both creditedwIoc4ncstIo2i aad Lee Tamer for villainous daring that certainly surpasses that oiaay aiedern outlaw la this country The Quarter Hesse was said to be the beat mad stieagett blind tiger la the ceantiyand that Js saying iI great deal far there are other log forts in tbe monnUlns and oa th e- State line that are not to despised as places of difesM This one wu con stmetedon the principle of the btoekiacsotiotpIonc days It was Dalit of great beech logs sad beards a collection ol wooden build ings hard to eaUr The Mala buUd 5 rb1ettC stair Lied windows below aolidly shattered and the wla dews were Mare portholes The floor was of heavy plank The barroom was laelesed oa one side with a solid room of beech la luhwhJaHtab t hole sad la this the gamMing weat on barroom preperwu belli so tWit a man stood in one State sad took his drlak from a counter In another State therefore net aecwatable laMoaaUla tthk to either Ken tacky or Teaaeseee- Tbe whole plaee was iaelosed by a steckade or high board feace twelve to fifteerf Sect high built of solid beech boards one sad shalt inches thick HAUNT OV TH8 VICIOUS KtBUEMT This place was the haunt of the oil vkleniieletaentlor thirty allies areuad especially oa Stmdays Af ter laadoPa oa Satnrdiy men sad women came STST the mountains and up aid down the bolUw to the Quar ter toase They rleted all nlgbtaad Sunday By JJuaday afternoon is- eveinrsderate weather the taclOlure whkla the stockade would be black With rtoter sleeping It eLf The aiiaers were said by Superintendent Raittqa of the Mlago Coal Company to put from 10000 upward Into the pockets of the Turner gang after the ajthot each month or pay day It is needless Jto say that these miners arC 84 will be friend of Lee Turner and that It heescaped ant of the iucloanre he will never be captured The nines he a thousand hiding places and es cape holes for a man like Lee Turner and who lived game in the moun tain parlance and who will probably die as games his dead follower did last Wedaesday L UK TUBNBR Lee Turner Is ss careless and rack less a desperado as waeVerdcpIcte In romance He always went boldly whenever he pleased boasted of his vices sad htij debaucheries as if they were splendid deed Hi was band tome years ago end still has power to attHetJHIIItlrtad women Many these be eIticedto the Qarter Hon otaerauhesent ord once he boldjy snachea up a young girl ot sixteen la Mlddlesboro sad carried her in Iroajt of him on a horse to the iiis5retert This was ia the jatejwiHiHeriof Igoo nd the people ol Hl JdIesl6oroold a pitiful tale ol how the distracted mother walked outjd the steetade day after day and there wept lead for her daughter until Tnraer came out az4 wJtli dreadful tVeats an4 drovt her away bUtII1buor some ponttiBplatlng a removal sad may have a saag aest egg put away inan- 1tobe4notCdothKItate i It that Jthe anoaatalaecr Jaw brkar deride1 national lawthe ppwwf I State alone peajs t their atUiUrtad tee TaraW hoha the UsJtlBct i lead lfdtf tla1J1 def and public sentiment In Bell county that his removal would seem Jlke the coming of the millennium to those citizens of ftlHdlcaborn who have been forced to suffer hI silence PROM A WITNESS- A call at the Quarter H UM In thus described by a visitor The terrible stnckade made your heart beat in UnlIt Auggsted 10 much Inside there wataboai all acre of berrlbly rocky and fItby ground aid a dirty pig or two tooted or grunt ed In It There were eight or ten whisky barrels and twenty beer kegs rolled out and constantly shitting po JUoaThe log house looked form idable The doors aad windows were opeatjsjJltjRM ayeJreatTau day or Wednesday when business is not brisk There was first a Iutter et red calico at ann door ol Dutch blue at another but only for a mo ment then blankness Dirty curtain hung at one or two windows At the doar1 a neglected chicken Coop Inside the house proper was dirt Iud disorder some reugh chairs and picture cards etc for ornament The very atmosphere of vice was over everything The come monet object was horribly repulsive When passing clear around the win dowless board building three or four men were discovered lying on the ground dead drunk laces upturned Iia Ike sua One groped through a way to the bar The process of taking a drink was not to be a public procedure evidently The barroom was rough sickening in smell and thick with stale tobacco snfeke It would not take any observer long to see enough of these species of vice er to coavlace any one that glided vice is a little less repugnant than the say age primeval article wltheat ivy rest ervations Lee Tamer was afterward pointed out riding oa tbe public road near YelloW creek He seemed a compo nent part of a very lovely bit of mona lain scenery but a typical bandit bold curious eyes he certainly Is and It can be believed that be fears no one and Is answerable to no one The Mum aad other coal compa nies in the hollow will be delighted to hive Lee Tamer removed by any process but it would have been un wise for them to attempt to remove liar as he could have called out as his friends 60 of their own men and a bloody battle would have been pre cipitated Prom them comes the statement that at times after paydays the ground within the stockade would be covered with drunken miners as thick as flies en a piece ot wellnicd y paper ArtAOt OP DKATir The Quarter Hense is so called be cause it is onequarter of the distance froni lllddleibote t the Mingo coal mines It is built on the Kentucky Tunisia State line half in Kentucky and half fa Tenaeaste Turner it Is said had always paid Government license to sell whisky there but it is claimed he did not have county or State licenses from either State When Kentucky officers would go to arrest him he would step to the Tennessee side of the house and when the Teuaesse officers called he would be on the Keafucky side Officers of both States have never united ia an attack upon the place to capture himi The house was hUt of huge logs ants railroad croastles aad It is said was lined inside with boilerplate About the house was a heavy stockade Pertholes in the house and stockade made Itappear as a fortress The Quarter House was built about ten years ago by Wild Bill Turner brother fLee Turner When coal industries were being developed about Middiesboro Lee Turner bad a simi lar joint farther in the mountains and there was eon4Jerablerinlry be tween the two brothers Tkeywere finally bitter enemies Whea Wild Bill was kijlCdJee secured the Quarter Heusr He foul lied the property WiUJBlll Tur nay was murdered in the Quarter lIons while asleep jits head being shot off The theory is that the man who killed him was an enemy secret ed in the ko eSulplclon pointed to a certain mla but he was never caught ILls estimated that at least sixty men have keen killed or wounded at the Quarter House S Lee Turner Is not an illiterate man lie has a fairly good education andi has seen some of tbe world He is a lineal descendant of tbe Turner who led the fight against the Howardsandi was also related to Fiddling John kllllug 1IIiIBaanwhacking is now expected from both sides CourierJournal 4I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy loin umber of years and have no bcsltIii Paying that it il the best remedy for coughs colds and croapI have ever used In my family- I have not words to express my confi deace in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore Noith Star Mich For sale by alj droggisU m IBRAVE DEED or Two Kentucky Boys in tbe I Early pays of tbe State I In 1793 a small settlement was j made by emigrants from Pennsylvania upon tile banks of the Rolling For t not far from the present site of Nei Haven says the Bardstown Standard I Among them was a family named Williams who bad two sons one aged about twelve years the other fenrteenv These boys were one day playing upon the banks ol the stream ncjt far from their cabin They were engaged in the childish pastime of skipplag stones along the surface of the water sand icon noticed approaching them two men dressed is settlers These men stopped from time to time to skip stones along the water as if full ot innocent sport and this together vith their dress and the fact that no Indians had been seen or heard olin the vicinity prevented any alarm en the part of the boys When however they had approach ed so near the toys that they knew the latter could not escape they sprang quickly forward and soon had captured them The captors proved to be two Chickasaw Indians Tak lug the children in their arms they turned into the lorrelt and made a rapid march due south of ten or twelve mites They then halted made a fire and camped for the night Anticipating no trouble from tbe children they set their rifles and tomahawks against the trees at their heads and lay dowato sleep each of them holdings boy ia his arms Af tee lying quietly thus until the fire had burned to a bed of coals the elder of the boys began trying to release himself from his captors arms anti as the latter seemed to be very tired and was sleeping soundly the oy in- a little while succeeded Unwilling te escape and leave hit little brother in the hand of the say ages be walked to the fire and throwing on some wood to make a light so that he might be able to seethe exact position of the Indians and their arms be stepped noiselessly to his brother and whispered to him to try and release himself The latter did so and both were now r eiBu they were afraid to depart lllttke savages should awake and missing them follow and recapture them The elder hurriedly whispered ta hisS brother the plan be had conceived dispatching the Indians He would secure the guns and tomahawsand sight a rifle at each of them and leave it at rest so that all the smaller boy bad to do was to pull the trigger and that Indian would be killed He would stand per the other with a tomahawk and when he gave the word his brother was to fire and he would strike After placing the rifle la position the younger brother became excited and pulled the trigger before his brother was prepared The report of the gun aroused the other savage and be started to spring up but the elder Williams struck him a heavy blew with the tomahawk lie had only used the blunt end of the blade and the Indian was enly stunned but imIng tbe weapon in his hand he joined a shower of blows upon his bead before he bad recovered and then ran tffafter his little brother who bad fled as soon as he pulled the trigger of the rifle Before going a hundred yards the older boy left his hat upon a bush being unajjle to reo it in tbe darkness Traveling rapidly frotatbe time of their escape they reached home a lit tie after daylight where they found their parents greatly worried at their unaccountable absence They sup posed that the boys had been drowned scarcely giving Bethought to any laa ger Item the boys told their tale to the assembled neigh bbrs It was received with a great dealt of Incredulity all Insisting that if it will true the boys sheuld lead them to tbe scene of the exploit To this the boys readily greed and setting out I they reached the camp early in the alternoon Here they found the savage who had been tomahawked but the one who bad been shot had diiapi peared Following the trail of blood i leading from the place they soon i came upon the other ndllllHla nn der jaw bad been entirely shot away and with his hands arms and breast covered with blood he presented horrible appearance The wbte mea repelled by bU ghastly appearance allowed him to make good his escape The Williams boys were the heroes of the day They Agree With McKinley Time statement by Representative Daljell of Pennsylvania that there will be no modifications of theTlng4 Ity Tariff by revision ot reciprocity that will werk injury to a slngjq American industry will doubtless eliot it groans and denunciation from thq antiProtection crowd Yet Dalzells annoncement is in perfect accord with McKInleys famous Bnflalo speech and with Roosevelts recent message to Congress McKinley advocated reciprocity on line that would nojj f j J I ifflpnlr the nov firmly established Protective policy and he supplement edjhls statement with specific utterances which Rcoievelt and Daaell have cl tely followed And if a free I trade party should even come into power whit a clamor there would be I exempkCO1ntryIevefbelore and 75 per cent ol the demAnd for weakening the Protective system would aielt away if the weak enlnjj process should become Imml nent Meaivllle Pa TrlbuneRe pnljllcan TBtProsecBtloi of tbe GamblerS Til Padncah Democrat does not in done any effort made in Louisville forth enforcement the law fear inrMoubtleis that if tbe law is en forced and gambling is stopped that tile Patterson campaign will collapse It refers to the attorney of the league Mr Klnkead as that pesti ferous lawyer Well It is not the lawyer so much as the league which is pestering the political allies of the Democrat and this work will be kept up even though it continues to annoy anddisturb the Padncah Democrat Mr Klnkead is conducting the eases with ability and zal Failure to secure conviction Is not due to him it jl due to a demoralization of tke public service which these taU urts mate plala to our people The last case against WehmhofF wastlear as evidence can make any case The play was proven The Identity ol tile owner or manager was i established No evidence in defense was offered Tile buncombe motion for peremptory instruction waS made and efused TheJudge called espec Ul atttntloa to the fact that poolsell lug was Ipso facto disorderly andno lothef disturbance had to be proven Yet in twenty mimIcs a verdict of nctfuilty Was returned and the sq cuiei Wehmhoff off ana pleasure trip was doubtless informed by wire of vlndlcitlon Neverthelei this labor has not been Joat Louisville is gradually awaVtaltig to the power of the cubit nsl claise aad when fully qwake thatjppwer wilt be destroyed All Uasland ao undue haste Berdtt wbtm T8ti dealers will like other citizens be reo quired to give bond to appear IUd be required to appear That is some gain for it proclaims the fact that tbeI special privileges so long enjoyed by this class are to be destroyed Per haps after awhile even the blindness of the police will be cured and their eyes opened In the Meantime Mr Kinkead IIdoing his work well and the men moat familiar with his task are tusk tug no complaint of himLouisville Evealng Post- Hurrah If for West Virginia In that State no woman need live with her husband ifhe Is a habitual drunkard lot the Supreme Court of the State has dsddsd that if after marriage the husband becomes a drunkard the wile justified in deserting him For this cause fnrthermbrethe wife is en titled to her dower althoughf at the time of his death she be living apartI Jrom him In the opinion Judge Dent says N woman Is compelled to live with the wotat of all brutes a drunken blate to the peril of her health and life but she has a right to leave him and live apart from him until he furnishes her Indubitable CfIidence of reformation r- An who use Atomizer In treating nasal catarrh will get the bear result from lilys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spray ing tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept t Messrs Ely BroaI sold two botJ ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Del achaiic St New Orleans he his used the two bottles giving him wonder fut and mOlt satisfactory results Oed W McDnff Pharmacist To Assist the Sugar Trust The Cuban sugar planters prospered under the Bill exactions of the Span lards and were able to pay a round duty for the privilege of entering our markets There Is no reason why they should not get along as well un der existing condition as they did formerly and they will The truth I the matter IB that the sentimental plea has not been invoked to help the people of Cuba but help the Sugar Trust and people connected with it who havemade preparations for con trilling the plantations of the islands In the event of the reciprocity scheme proving successful Havemeyer vlrtI ually announced this intention when he declared that Congress would reJmove the duty from Cuban sugar confessed that the assessment ol sev eral millions on sugar stocks to carry out tbe plot San Francisco Chron- Icle If the Democrats cant find a better issue that tariff reform they would better go to ehawln gumnMora- yjati FallsTM C Yellow Jacket aL MAIL SACKS Had Been Systematically Robbed For Two Years at Eliza bethtown George Upton a middleaged man of Etlzibrlhtown formerly a wellto do citizen of that place was arrested last Friday morning by Poateffice In Spectors S C Kyle and S A Susong on a charge if robbing tbe govern ment malls He was brought to tblaI city and given an examining trial be tore Commissioner Cassia He was 1 held under ffooo to answer to the federal grand jury Upton seems to have get in a dan gerous bole He admits tbe charges against him and does not endeavor to explain He is accused of having committed systematic robbery covI cuing over two years of time Yet in all he has secured comparatively little ootyIHis operations have been devoted to EHztbethtown It is the custom for the night Louisville Nashville train en route to Bowling Green to dump at the Ellzabethtowa depot all the mall pouches directed to tile small stations between this city 114 JowI line Green The morning train takes up the bags and carries them oa to deltlnatlonI his been depot a consldera ble sum of money but he Iqit It and Is now and hasbeen for years penal less He has aided In small jobsb about the depot He has carried mall bags in and out oi the waiting room and thus has been enabled tohrifle many of the bags Table triaklets of jewelry bits of laundry and other packages have been missed from the walls at various times Never once until a month ago was poor Upton the depot loafer suspected At that time Inspectors Kyle sad Snroag went to work oa the casebAt firstthey did not know robberies were being committedbThey investigated and that the werk was being done during the nights that the mall la1 wait st the Blizabethtown tlepoLAt little jnither investigation and they dee4dedthathekitkertuunespccteJI guilty matt S List Friday morning the pot Iicet officers tcok tbe early train for Eliza betktowa Upton was banging around tile depot as usual They arrested him and hint At Jihedown He told everythlag hew heihad opend the mall bags that not locked only boundby straps In all the two years he has aot securedL more than 100 worth of thought U IIplaa aboard a1e1II tura train and brought back tothcdcity A charge ol robblagthe States mails was preferred sgainathim and in the afternoon he + ken before Commissioner Csssla Hed was held under 1000 bond to auII swer Of eon rse he could IIOt famish the ball and he went to JilldUpton is known all over Hardln county an acquaintance gained dur tug his prosperoudlyLoulsvl1lC- ODlmerclll 1y A Hunting EpIsodCi Two hunters who were shooting in New Jersey were not equally matched regards skill in shostingsOne of them bagged aaany birisw while the other did not get a leather What be said the first but you are a punk Why doat you pracc tics with a popgun You could not bit a barrel ftou poked the end of your fowllngplece in the bunghole at The other said nothing but gazed sadly on his empty bagand envious ly at the birds his companion had slaughtered As they were abeut ta start for home they met an affable stranger who asked What luck I have killed 93 birds said the gced shot while this lobster here has not killed one lant be a chump j to dJ1Wellaflable stranger I am a game war den and this is the closed season Those birds will cost joa fto apiece A bird la the game big is somtlmes worth a whole bunch in the bushes Judge yHowSeveral yesrs ago Green R Kellar the popular editor of the Carlisle Mer cury attended a ball at Parlsand wAs so Impressed with the beauty and charm of the ladles present that he decided to give the aflalr a great write up in his paper It happened that same week an ad ol a sale of ersey heifers w1 handed In ndiu the makeup the two articles got mixed The followed is the ways portion of the article read en The floor was perfect sad the mu ef sio was all that the dancers ciuld wish for The chivalry and the beau ty of the Bluegrass bad gathered in the ball monet Among the ladles were some of the fairest flowers of Kentucky in fact a finer of young heifers never looklnglotI in one lot They were n shape In size are kind and easy to handle IIIIt is Editor Kellar was placed In a ver awkward position and It was many months before the fattest flowers wonldiBccept the explanation Ex I a He Lives in a Tree It is strange that a man in a land of pit nty should choose a tree for an abiding pluce but such is the case with Andy Bartlett an old colored miD Ltit summer he begIn to live In big sycamore on the lars of Deputy Sheriff W H Mackey on Lees creek about two miles teuth of Dover and has continued to live there during tbe cold winter mill lb although he has been importuned by his brother lad by friends to live with them but be stoutly refuses U leave the hole in the tree wherohe has nothing but an old horse blanket to keep him warm lieu abledbodletl and when aakedI why he did net go to work replied that he h ad quit werk as it seemed tbat he could cot please anyone He keeps a gun by his side and lives on what little game etc he can gather up cooking his frugal meals on a ire he builds by the side of the tree Another strange thing connected with this story is this fact Mr W S Osborne whose farm adjoins the Mackey place owns a Scotch Terrier dog of which he and his family are ery fond the dog always receives the est treatment and Is allowed to re main in the house the fire and aightis home and joined the old negro in the tree Thedog wenjd go home to get something to eat Andas soon as he had finished would return to the itreancofteu would start toward the blII1DOUsent oaeot his bands alter the a- og and told hint to whip him and ring him home He got the dog nearly home and turned him loose he wheeled and returned to the ree atee 5 The aegikept this up until Mr Oi haraei 4s ghteccaa h aieefi avis n t to her pareatB a few days ago o fncetbaktimuCueltayat home con t en te4iy Ppver News i A Darkeys Prayer A white minister was conducting religious services in colored church korthomtitiga bit he asked an old colored to lead in prayer and accord ng U the Roanoke News this is the appeal which tile brother la black ef ior his brother la white Oh ord gib him de eye of de eagledat spy ont slaafar off glue his hands gospel plow Y tie hU tongue tae line ob jrul nail hip ear to de go- elpole bow bis held way down biween his knee5and his knees Way own in some lonesome dark andd surer valley where prayer is muchg wanted to be made aolnt e kerosene He ob salvashun aad so- tMmoare r This pape and The Chicago Week Inter Ocean fijj for one year Special dealqAn Iowa newspaper says the ladles era prominent church ia certain town advertisedto give an ice cream- cIableand that all the ladles would ear bloomers The whole town turned out including hundred oldo sinners who ha4 notjbeen inside of a- hurCh since they were christened The Isdlea kept their word but tbe bloomers were large red roses pinned their hells Tbe Democrats In Congress have practically decided to adopt a goas youplease policy and oppose every thing the Republicans favor That will save them the trouble of think ing Cleveland Leader CXOnAIUI tielbs had Ys firs lJvays 8i- tr lId tf Notice to Subscribers 4 Kindly notice tho label on your paper and if your timo hrs expired please send in our renewal Remember it money to run a newspa per May we haifrom you An Ideal MotheroMark Twain is accredited with bf ing very reticent concerning his fain ily and in the only known instance he1ldThe o tcraICor If worship anything which the touch her hand has made sacret They knew her for tbe best and truest friend they have ever had or ever shall have they knew her for one whenever did them a wrong who litTer told them a lie nor the shadow sj HOME COLD CURE ITHE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkard are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves pylYe Cure for the Liquor Habit nnderatqodthatweakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by lutOtlleatlng tIngcraving for intoxatants Sufiercn may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time fcajft business by this wonderful Heaao r aCold Cure which has ben perfected after many years of close aid taithful wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard drinker Our records show the martelou transformation of thousands ofDrunk aadpright Chilidrenedy is in no sense a nostrumbut1 Js specific for this only and ta prepaiNthatpleasant to the taste ao that it can he given In a cup of tea of coffee without the knowledge ef the person ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless beellIhaving the Cure administered ffloving friends and relatives wthpat aadrdrinking of their own free will Do deludedbyspparent Drive out the disease at once and or ll time The The Ijtonie Gold is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a trll Iment more effectual than others cost ng 20 to 50 Fall directions accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians whea JCo quested without extra charge Seat prepaid to any part of the wofldoa ptrPhilideljhiaAllenHal of one who never deceived them by even an ambtgons gesture who never give them an unreasonable coatattad erevereoutentedherselrshottotanbedience hrn as politely and considerately as she would the best and oldeatoitbe- aud and has always required of thepi gentle speech aqd courteous conduct toward all of whatsoever degree with whom they came in contact they new her for one whose protaWe whether for reward or puaishmeaty is raid and always worth its face to the uttermost farthing In a word they know her and I kow her for the best mind dearest mother that 1Ivee and bye tong long way the wUesIt The Democrats keep hopping Up nd declaring that the tarlS is the mother of trusts Now the Sula TrustSs clamoring for the removal of the tarlif on surgar Dont it beat thua er that tbe Sugar Trust wants Con ress to kill its ntammy MoravUa Falls N C Yellow Jacket II there is any question tbatthe grand old Democratic party will aot try to make capital out of it basot yet been discovered From the tarlft uetlon to caring for smallpoxpa tients from legislating lor our neW foreign possessions to providlng for needed city improvements it iasl rays the same Patriotism subor dinated to partiianlsm and public ln teresls to political capital Indlaaap ils Journal Babcock oi Michigan is scaredbe cause some agitator has asserted that tbe tariff is the father of trusts Bought to remember 93 and that a tariff for revenue only is the father of bustj at least It was in this part of the Federal domalnSheffield Ala Reaper Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It- mrowro rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a a It or set tling indlcaldanu- nheallhyI tion of the kidneys If It linen It Is evidence of kid trouble too frequent desire to tl or pain In the back Is bladder What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRool ifackf the urinary passage It corrects Inability pusLnCIIwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go Often t1mcsduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is tooa IIS1o0nderfutyou need a medlclne should have tht best Sold by druggists in SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottled this wonaertui discovery and book that tells more about both sent sediment condi stains your nel pass also you mallIcaress When iT5515PsaIps wrUloeijva s oUtfln this paftr HariidRepublican tewed da6 IhHarttdd Co1t arod I Blind ilHartlotd postolfici is iitiniltlissiiiiil miller Ecrzocc-cUIrni J = ulh 1QzLOX ROOEILIIJcIUorho FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 f FRIENDS ADIEU v This issue closes our career aeed w itor ofT E REPUnLICAN and to those n who have aided us in a material way and to those who bave given us their n 1moralsupport we are indeed grate a and earnestly trust they will an give our succe sor the same unwav to that has been ours to teringlupport 0 period of our journal I iattc life questions of a moat aggra fivatednaturebarrtwed the State it will be recorded t in hutory ai Kentuckys dist ttirbed period in which a political revolution was narrowly av rted Its I e i of1rthedesigned to remove every element of o chancIromthe result of State elect tions and make its author the occu I pant of the executive mansion This monatroiity conceived in iniquity and c brought iorlh in corruption as it was arroused the State as never before it divided tile Democratic party and unified all factions opposing 1 it they entere into an aegreHive war against tlie divided Democracy and gained a decisive victory over it agafnit greaj odds After the defeat came the contest the overthrow 01I the will of the people as expressed at I the polls the ejection of the rightful ly elected and legally qualified offi cials of the States the downfall ol so cial and political equality the reign of terror the era of persecution and the Cantrillian trials in which tlieI court left its lofty station to aid in I 4 hanging the States highest official i and damning the Republican party I and to pave a pathway with innocent blood oil its toga to a seat in the United States Senate During these unfortunate stormy times when thi bouerljudgment uto see asking only that which we T accordedevery man the privilege of i exercising the birthright of an American citizen liberty and freedom of the press and the elective franchise guaranteed every lawabiding citizen by the Constitution We have dared to speak out boldly in defense of Republican principles 4 which we hold to be to the best in terest of government both State and National and to defend that cause against any assailant ai any candid conscientious manly man of like faith should do Our eflorts to ex pose the corruption practiced by the Democratic party in Kentucky cince the advent of Goebelism have w hope met tbe approbation of friends of civil liberty What TIlE HEIOH LICAN has advocated lias been prompted by a sense of duty and directed by d a consciousness oi right and in retiring from tbe newspaper field to persue 0FI with no apologies believing that a continuation of tbe same line of battle will end righteously Our successor Mr Jno H Thom a as the man whom we succeeded as editor is eminently capable to care for himself In any intellectual 4 combat we therefore unhesitating ly recommend him to the public and especially to our friends as a merito rious gentleman and should have tbe unqualfied and earnest support of the parly Our cordial good wishes are yours Mr Thomas for a prosperous and happy future in newspaperdom Respectfully Lox ROUKRS ITS ALL IN TilE OPEN It requires no little amount of gal for an edit or who has been driven to the wall and cornered in every public controversy with journal of op1 posite political faith to ask for re opening of the old contest It childs play to indulge with inch aI man 10 thoroughly ignorant 10 Vojv in conception of his duty DIII public and the babbling of this Racier of journalist should go ed THE REPUBLICAN uUlotlcl 4 satisfy a seeming insatiable deaire to appease a lirst for a reopeuing of issues upon the part of itaold con temporary the Herald scribe AV G JJeuton asked in its last ieeu Ist for certain explanations from tbe Herald before opening the argument and not at all to our surprise tbe nominal figure head nfifor struck hit o r = t old tangent and at lust accounts was baying tbe moon like unto the ve naughtyuntramed fice that heeds not the injunction of the past Our readers will bear ui witness that aiuce our advent into journalism Lentelligentn it beml losromissue whether it be due to the ill ad aghethertent to dodgein his cia man Pucrduct and that of his own we do asotthpparentfailure So humiliat ocingits oWll partizane tbat they have advised the Herald ecnbe using a common expression let us alonere His scandalous conduct in tbe A GtbBenton tragedy in which he played rst part met tbe censure of all rightso people the ballpint etdo ode was none the less proVokiog to lor hem and his conduct during the campaigns of IDOOand 01 demonstrate d the fact that he was defending or riatherjaasthnbeampaignhe Herald It is tbe only laurel that tia lywasThose times were interesting they for were more than ordinary they stirred ooo the people in ever section of the and State and a fair and honest ditcutsion of those isaues would have interested the an intelligent public of Yet he chose rather to choc on bil Iingsgale scurrilous Inve tive desperate set of fellows tne Fox alley calumniators and other things repul sive to decent intelligent thinkingd people In view ohis and infamous as it has beenal lahethat neither concern him the Herald nor the public but nothing betterb could be expected of this man If the Herald scribe has for G gotton tbe result and the humiliation of axjonlroverey with this journal be should read Tug REPUISUCAX of January 18 1901 and refresh his memo ry We hIVe defended what reason dictated was right and by tbat we stand proud oi the fact tbat our con duct is recorded where all can read c- Ite all in the open reIT s quite amusing to note thet change in attitude of tbe foreign powers toward the United State since the Spanish American war Former ly they didnt regard us very highly now tbey are sending princes and princesses galore to court our favors Germany says she was the best friend we bad France says she was faithful Russia says she kept the faith and and friendship long since seled b her noble Baron Stuben Englandi boasts of ber AngloSaxon blood that courses the yams ot the Americait bred and proclaims she but love a naughty daughter that ba administered two sound spankingsto the old mother country and stood ever ready for the third Japan Italy and China too are our fast and admiring friends and its all very well for America is tbe grandest of them all the most powerful and the most God like God bless America eCUAULIE WIIEELEKS great anti German speech in Congress last week was a great hit We regret tbat leading Democratic representatives felt called upon to disclaim for Lb e Democratic party Charlies wild and wooly declamation Kentuckians ar proud to bave a repreeentive abroad that attracts attention if be has to make an ass of himself to do it bless South Carolina the home of tbe inimitable Tillraan it was the onl State brave enough to complete th pair of them with which to draw the load of ridicule of the American pee pie i IT will be of interest perhaps to the jurors who are being summoned for service at the approaching tere- of Circuit Court to learn that the State Treasury is bankrupt and wil not be able until nobody kno- wwhento pay them for their services The money to which they will beenI titled and vM not get was used toI corrupt witnesses to hang Taylor and damn the Republican parly THOSE peals of oratory that have been spent in the Kentucky Legisla IIture relatjve to a now capital have in vain upon the ears of that August 1 assembly that gave them being We bave been hopeful tbat blot on civilization tbatI might be eraced from Kentucky tory by having the State Housel moved elsewhere TUB PostMaster General has given i out a statement that no further changes of fourthclass poatnusteii will be made except to fill vacancies caused by deatliV resignations or re movals for cause This action prop tically puts the postmasters of this 1 class under civil service protection I E P TAYLon of Davies COUDtI baa announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress In the Second DJslriel Tnx pimoiratlo n wip peri art much embarrassed by President verifytheiiI I something rashiA DEMOCRATIC member of the- gislature has introduced a bill it a felony for a lawyer toe his clients case in court LAST week was but a ihort while o Its up to you went without explanation thn just as expecte- dblfcBankruptcy for Kentucky- The people ot Kentucky have been sured by the Democratic organs at the Republicans were obstructing e progressive policy of the Dem rats by objecting to the reckless ap- opriations that the majority in tbeI Legislature wants to make We are assured that the State can hardly be- spectable without a new Capitol t will cost somewhere horn i 000000 to 2 ooo ojo Then it is ab lutely ntceasary U spend from f50 o to tooooo mainly for salaries political gratters lor the St Louts Exposition display And there ate new buildings needed at the insane aayluruns and tennis courts and calI eges for the officials and pleasure unt wagons for the employes andI ree times as much whisky as usedI consumed and the State College another f5 o30 and the mili wants more money and there real mtlst be an appropriation for a- onfederate home and about 25000 a live stock exhibit and tome 5 lor a chlekei show and soon so forth The Commercial has shown from figures given out by the holders the stolen State offices that there is already a deficIt in the Treasury ol about a million and a half which is coveted up very poorly by the misap plication of the School Fund and the Fund but which is still a eSeit And the penitentiaries which run for the benefit ot the convict bor contractors and other parties unknown to the jury are showing losses In spite of the forced which do not tally and in spite of the desperate eflotts oi the eb littf to prevent this Republic ans front investigating the rotteneis that if cropping out at every crack and crevice In the ramshackle admin stratton of the usurpers And after denying every charge brought against them of mismanage ment and extravagance the Demo rate now come up with an Increased tax rate that will produce somewhere from 200000 to 250090 more direct axes and special taxes on a number oi other things that have heretofore escaped the Democratic system 01i double taxation The course of this patty oi force and fraud drunken horn jts orgies of election debauchery and ballot box burglary is beginning to frighten its leaders and apologists and even the CourierJournal which has been leading the pack and baying the loudest for liberal appropriations begun to urge that the burdens upon the taxpayers be not Increased s Is necessary to meet the wilde travagance that it has been advocat iIng people of Kentucky may ai well face the true situation Either the extravagance and corruption oi the officestealers must stop or the taxpayers must bear the burden of enormounly increased taxes The State and the city of Louisville are the mercy of the partisans who open ly stoe the offices to which the Re publicans were clearly elected The character of the Democratic leaders give no hope iorthe futute hutchrwere leaders ot even ordinary gence and political sagacity the might give ear to the CourierJour nals plea for a little concession toe public opinion but they are no The burdens that are being put upon taxpayers are inevitable they will- i hardly meet the additional waste that the State end city administration arc allowing and the old deficit of a mil Trtasuryeno a millions before another Legisiatus- meets while this city after spendln- ts million from the sale ol its gas stock will have to go to issuing bonds again 11The people who pay the takes bee the newspapers and they know where the money is going That is they publicIexpenses new he increase iu salaries and such like andwllh a very little effort they can lure themselves that extravagance corruption anil plain stealing ate rap Idly carrying both city and State ove the brink of bankruptcy The oni hope fur the people is In voting or the party that is responsible and when the people go to pay their taxes year and next they will know that these Watnings nre not to be ignored Louisville Cpuiinerciil When yoi lack energy do net rel ab ybur food feel dull nnd stupid al er eatfng all you need is a dose ot Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets They will make you feel liken new wan and t lve you an appetite like a bear For sale by all drug gistL m d FeUlntoaTrap Pretoria Feb 17 One hundred and fifty moun infantrymen while parolling the Klip river south of Jo hannesburg February 12 surround- Ing a arm hUJe where they suspect d Boers were In hiding A single Boer biolea way Irom the house and the British started to pursue him The Doer climbed a kopje the British st ollawlnf iHBtdlaUly havy Ire was opened upon them from three sides The British found themselves i a trap and in a position where they unable to make any defense ol the British officers made a gallant effort and defended the ridge with carbines and revolvers until they were overpowered The British bad two officers and ten men killed and several officers and 4 men wounded before the force was able to fall back under cover of a blockhouse I Something That Will do You Good We know ol no way in which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be ol teal good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them what we consider oce of the very a best remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chain 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 tha1t has time and again prevented rThe testimony is given upon our bkb experience and we suggest that out readers especially those who haVe small children always keep it In their homes as a safeguard against croupCamden S C Messenger For tale by all drngglsts m Made Ills Own Teeth Mnnfordsville Ky Eeb iPo1ey ONeal a prominent but eccentric farmer of this county is the proud possessor of a unique set of false teeth He made them himself out of a piece of seasoned apple tree root with no other tool than his pocket knife The teeth are of perfect and tegular Ity and the plate which is of the same piece of wood fits his mouth as well as if fashioned by a plaster of paris impression He can crack parched corn with these teeth Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the cat There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutions rtniadia DeafnMs is M asd by an inf amd condition r the mucous its lag of the Unitachlan Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely cloieddcafneis is the result and unless the Icfhma tlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hear lug will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an IcfAmedcon dition of the mucous snuaces We will give Oce Hutidred1oh1ariP for any case of catarrh that cancot be cured l iii1lls Catarrh Cure Send for clcnlars free FJ clen iC ToTeJipi 01 Sold by Druggist 750 Halls Family Pills are the Mat Money Due a Soldier There is some mere due William- A Fayeater or Forester formerly of Hodgensvllle and who served in Co I 26th Ky Vet Vol Inlty 18615 If dead it can be paid to his heirs at law A reward will be paid for his or their pontoffice addresses Write illlo B Stevens Co Allys 611 nib St Washington D C v I Prevalency of Kidney Trouble So prevalent and deceptive is kid ney trouble that It very often becomes suprctIon C lookout Should you be ill tor not feeling well it would be wisd to first I pay attention to the kidneys and as certain if they are the cause of you trouble yA simple method ol finding out il your kidneys are at fault has often OUIton Root advertising in the cuumnsol this paper aqd it is now repeated fIJI the benefit ol those who way be inter ested Viz Fill a bottle with urine and set aside for twentylour houjs oi so and ii it shows a brickdust sedt ment or cloudy appearance or if it it througbgthe night you may be sure your kid neys need attention dAfter careful inquiry we find Dr Swamp Roof 1565163013 ney liver and bladder remedy is re markable ncceas in the Tjjick relic and sure of the diseases lor which ll is recommended There Is hardly t drugstore in the land that does nor keep and highly recommend this cel ebrated pteparation for kidney liver and bladder troubles eyetyreadYtI by mall free if they have not al ready had one by ttutlng their address to Dr Kilmer Co Blaghatn ton N V I Illinois Queen of the Navy The big battleship IIHnolsl which Wednesday dropped anchor off Tomp kinsvllle after her final trial run from Newport News to New Yerkhac proved herself the queen cl the navy In every test the hat surpassed the Alabama the Oregon and even her slater ship the Kearsargc The tests S were rigorous and fully demonstrated her officers say her superiority over every other vessel of her dies which the country can boast Commander Usher who fin the ab sence ot Capt Convene was I In corn mud of the big fighting uiachlnr Wednesday said to a reporter of The World i We hid a hard tnt and inrprls Constipation Does your headache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Aycrs Pills are pili 1 hlirC consti pation headache dyspepsia 25 Mi drykt5 3Vaiit3BUCKI A 354 Ing efficiency speed and rower were I Jjiher spteff at natural draught fbeJ led thowid 102 levolullons a 3 3dditionalgiciitr niimttr o revilulions would il 3tllIUother battleship The speed was atcut 15 7 knots an hour Under nat 3uralconsumption nould be approximately 3 315otOnsaf cant give the figures under 3 forced draught but the consumptIon 3ofmore and a corresponding gain in 3 3strengthThe result ol the inspection and 3 test was gratifylig to us all Every than aboard is ptoud ol his ship but 3 we all rather expected to beat any thing afloat built on similar lines 3 It was not nly In speed that the 3 Illinois lrke records Sbe surpassed the figures ot the tests of other battle 3shipsvering in handling the guns hoist ing ammunition lodint and sight ing and in swinging to one point and anolhrras though engaged In a fight 3 she fully showed her superiority The efficiency of the men was 3 markedvery high and the combined figures fall tests put us first in the 3Chiefed 3Themous power of the boilers and ec glues said be lor this ship Is a ttemenduous weight to push through 3hourSect long ha beam of 72 fett and la a vaat mass of steel weighing thou ands of toss Tbe Paris and other great liners are nearly tw hundred feet linger than the Illinois but Ian tonnage displacement approaches theirs The displacement ot the lilt nois was over Ice tons without guns or turret aid is over it ooo with her full equipment N Y World To Build a Church ilfddleaboro Ky Feb 17Ntxt neck the American Association lisa ited with headquarters Middleabo ro will bsgjn the erection of a large church where the Quarter House j stioJ Iee Turner who owned the saloon and fortress and an acree ol I ground on which they were build last week transferred hie property to this association The Quarter House was burned lait week Lee Turner has left the country and the fued Is ended The Commercial Club ought to give the Legislature a goad dinner next Friday evening Nobody grudges these folks all they cn eat and a plecelo put in their Ikeh but It would be just as well maybeto count the ipcons and forks before the3 leave Some absentminded roostet might mistake the plae for an officei am swipe it just from force ot habit Louisville Comm- ercialEarnuins Monkeys tAil wellall happy lot of fun That is the rcgula report fromthe monkeycag of Barnums Circus ever sine the keepers began dosing th monkeys with Scotts Emul sion Consumption was carry ingoff two th dof tlicn srcItIrcr Tcus haC to buy ncwones One day a keeper accidentally broke a bottle of Scott Emulsion near the monkc cage and the monkeys cagcrl lapped it up from the flooi This suggested the idea that i might do them good Sinci then the monkeys have receive regular doses and the keeper report very few deaths Iron consumption Of course it cheaper to buy Scotts Emtil sibn than new monkeys an that suits the cirptis men Consumption in monkey and in manis the same disease If you have it or ate threaten eel with it can you take the hint rcjrescnttheEmulsion ani Is oh tht wrapper of every bottle Send for tree sample SCOTT nOWSK 409 rcarl811ell York 5ocandi all drujjisU Commonwealth BAR DOCKETI March Term 1902 of the Ohio Circuit CourtTSItCO2W DAYa3974 Coaith vs Cup Davis ed530 Comth vs iinien Curdifh w 32 Comth vs SniecJ Comth vs S lie in Cnmth v Jim Hums 3835 Comth vs John Amos c 3635 Comlh vs RaTtIiiitdlComth vs 737 Comlh vs Same 761 Ccttth vs Rudy Jan 762 Comtb Vlt Same 763 Comth Thomas Tatutu Cointh VII Henry Taylor 3773 Comth vs Lud Grant 794 Comth vs R T TalonJreS 3 Comth vs THIRD BAYS 4 Comth vs Schifield Mldkiff 891 Comlh va Tom Austin 805 Comlh vs John Moore to 9c6 Comlh vs Oi Bowlen Ktc su 3813 Comlh vs Henry Whittaker vi 814 Comth VI Fletcher Hardiaon al 818 Comth vs Nettrr Gilotrap g 819 Comth vs Same 846 Comth vs Seine the 1855 Comlh vs Alvin Potter S6 Comth vs Lrt Tifnd 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 366 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 8o Comth vs Ntter Gilflrap 3875 Comth u R r Taylor Jr 3873 Comth vs Ttauai Talum 876 Comlh vs Juaton Jjckion lie 3881 Comlh vs Same 3875 Comlh vs R T Taylor Jr 3878 Comlh vs Thomas Talnm SS3 Comlh vs Dud Ttum 3881 Comlh va Same 882 Comth vs Same 3884 Comlh vs Virgil Trail c FOURTH nYt548 Comlh vs Bud liefilut857 Comth vs B locker SS8 Comth vs Juiton Jackson 892 Comlh vs Kd A Tucker 3893 Comlh vs John Turner 3889 Comth vs Jim Sbux 3897 Comlh vs Thomas Tatum 95 Comlh vs Same 899 Comlh vs Sane 3900 Comth vs Same 39 1 Comlh vs Same 3915 Comth vs Lti Morgan 3916 Cointh vs Same 3917 Comlh vs Same 3918 Comth vs Same 3919 Comth vs SameI3933 CoratU vs Same t 1951 Comth vs Same 3948 Comlh vs Thomas Burtoni3956 Comlh vs Thomas Talum 3958 Comth vs Wm Benson t 3960 Comth vs W E Russell 3965 Comtb vs Lon Morgan 3966 Comth vs Same FJITJI DAVT 3967 Comlh vs Thomas Tatam 3968 Comth vs Same 3968 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3970 Comth va Same 3971 Com th vs Sine 3972 Comth vs Same 3985 Comth vs John Taylor 3986 Comlh vs Same 3988 Comlh vs C D Shown I 3989 Comlb vs Holland Morris 3990 Comlb vs Same 3991 Comth vs Same 3992 Comth vs Same 3994 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3995 Comth vs Same 3996 Comlh vs Cbas Moxley 3997 Comlh vs Thomas Burton 3998 Comlh va Same 3999 Comlh vs Same 4000 Comtk vs Claude Slaughter 4003 Comth vs Sebren Baker 4005 Comth vs Herbert Baker 40c8 Comth vsDoek Potter 4709 Comth vs Same SIXTH DAY 4019 Comth vs Gracey Sally c 4020 Comth vs J W Keown 4021 Comth va Forest Chins 4022 Comlh va lUmore Everly 4023 Comth vs Bethel Austin 4024 Comth vs L P Whitaker 439 Comlh vs Jame Lambkin 4 40 Comth vs Andy Allord 44ti Comth vs Gray Arbery 4042 Comth va Dave Ht zslip 4044 Comth vs Joe Hlllard 4045 Comtb vs Shanks Brooklns 4046 Comth vs Mitchel Taylor 4o47Comlh vs Robl Owens c 4047 Comlh va lUmore Kverly 409 Comth vs Eva I oag 4050 Comth vs Lum Wells 4051 Couith vs Will Sloan c A copy AttestS Clerk For Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many different medicines for stOmach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had as god results from anya from Chamberlain Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by all drugftUls m A Minstrel Lynched- St Louis Feb tSA spfcia to be PostDif patch from New Madrid Mo says that last nlfiht a crowd of masked men overpowered the jiulei and took a negro Louis VVrigkt a ahorldistance from town and hanged himRichard and Piiaglei negro min strels ga eRil entertainment there Saturday nigh when an altercation arose between one ol the musicians and souse ol the white town boyi Sevesalofthiboa undertook to take the musicians out when the netjroes on the ataiebegaulo shoot Several wlite people inthe turtieace we e hit butno ne wasacnicuslybur- ttbonegroesraa out the bad WIT r 1 Rheumatism The liniment bottle and flannel strip are- atuillat I objects in nearly every household hey are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are bout ns effective in the battle with this giant 6 isease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers T11JRheuwatilllUcondition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles the joints muscles and nerves runt liniments and oils nor nothing else externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood and cast be readied only through theblood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the ache and alnS but these are only symptoms whichorc liable to return with every change of the weather real disease lies deeper the blood and system lire infected Rheuulathllll cannot he radically IlerwnneuUy cured until the blood his been suet no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralize the acids and I a IItSI1 of rich strong blood to the anecu parts which dissolves arid washes out sell foreign and the sufferer obtains relief from the pains S S S or other mineral but is a perfect blood purifier and most exhilarating tonic Our will advise without charge all who write about their case and we will free our special book on and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta fiju Colnoeol the town marshal Alt the ne roes were pat in jill and ai the sult of an the name otIone who did the was I covered He was lynched and others will be released Several of he prisoners were badly beaten Sat urday BigKt r Tired of Life Seattle Wash Feb Sata Conn a ol the famous Vallfjo family ot and for merly one of the belles of the little city of suicideI lilt night in a lodgiig Leas than an bourlaterlidlth Currant beautiful 19yearold girl wh had betn as waitress in a local restaurant also endrd her life Doth ook carbolld acid Despondency was he cause in both cases eASTOnzQ 1TIlEThrlceaWeek EditfonAl- I most a Dally at the Price 01 a Weekly Tloo rnolU1 etapilis It ovt bit t110 world fan ot Jilt U iiu md It U tail oiav I Jii is II 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Hoclcer Manager Hartford Ky ARE YOU DEAF A Gutelul Tilijlkiii ANDiOperating INCORPOKATRD exchanges and toll lIvesi 4 in Kentucky ItdlaDa Mississippi and connected its Long Distant line with all principal points in thirtyfive and Territories has established n exchange inllattford and surround ing country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and vaIn ble as poaalble and make a specialty furnishing service to parties living n the country within a reasonable d distance of the exchange Rates and other Information may be obtained It the exchange over Williams drugstore llaitford Ky C 1 NOWUN Manager URIBR J URNALI 2 TIMES A WEEK 1 lO4Timesa Year TIIo TsIcawUU cvuirM JOUKXALU Ut kMt rrer pubUakd U tks CilU4 SUIM toe tVnottata sad for ASS rodn Ii I Cbs qasi olUl DSUSI sad t- apulot tn oltr nlWMtllM rWkiii- 3lnr7 WastreWdirI- ke WtdiMda Uii U dtd U SEWS MITTKSMUtlikUrdt Sass U JttoUd to MtktKOMSt wsapiopl 4 oourrrpllsu u JUitttt TUB CUlUIKHJOlH- XAlC Ltrhtni KT t B 111arraps jsu n tllktMK lVIILltAN asU cbs TWICKAHKCK rilLBIKKJCUUMAL btboa jar tar a j t0117 SI5O THUUfor cuk abser1pUsssoai Ai1ub oHptlan kidtrtkMcovbliMloK o5tutb 4- rnttbroibiTbeMsiinbIISau0U Ja 1 I L th AutI sag a sksl asS ds1pIko 1- ldttIaI O5r OPtOIfl b5tkr all lluasUidi uZTl4r =t1igptnIaratentsmiti without cbits laths Sdentifit Mmerkas Abs5J5557fl55t7S354S5kIT Tamtcirt- sUis st as dnUfls osnaL trws 13 5 ui4byMlIiewsdes1svUNewk JI 0 r ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OI I DEAFNESS OR HARD ARE NOW fncnmbleIby our new invention Only those born deal are HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY I F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS I BAtTtuoi Md March 5el9ol finlitmin i Being mUrtl cured of dcafneM thtaka to your treatment I nlll now give jon 5 a jrourdlaerctloaAbout and Ibis kept on cclllnc worse until Hart In thl consultedbsrola nuilt Ihlt onIytemuoriilyiiattheeatipolewouIti4nI then ww yonr advertisement necMenittly In s New York r and ordered rour treat Lwent Jlfl S usA ut It enlyaftw dnll seeit5oC 55 your direction tUeuolKtmtcd and VjT jonbcattilyP WURMAN 730 8 Baltimore 1 Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation nzaminpuoa sadCAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME etttc- nc Tlnnl larEnfjAHDNAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVL CIIICAOO ILL I KentucKys Greatest a Newspaper Dally One Year 312 Copies ftY f AL at a rate LESS THAN1cA DAY I Tha Blft Brlf htit sad Pleat PpeflH Ib SKutNtrm lOt J 5aiusjOME9I1IG AIDtn c h editisa tsrIeONtYOpe jO th sticW wilIbsgladtIuduaIupiocOpleiefsppltcatlM THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY IEXPERIENCE IDUIG NEW iH 11116 LADIES lJ il8 t do sowing etolJ19 Fancy Wliito Goods Ginghams Etc Prices are nowt j lower than they will probably bo Iatork so buy now i 41 and havo nil your spring sowing over before tho hot b J weather comes j e J Nice Dress Styles Ginghams 8c lJ tii 41 Good Apron Check GIQghams5c J GoodScalslandPorcalsbe- L Fine Brown Domestic5cII GoodHeavyBleachodCotton8c t47 Wo can only give you an idea of how priccsrun t I ri on Us uiul we willshow you tua1ities that will xa 41 prove to you that our prices shut out competition 41 Spring iO8ieryahWe now on sale one of the finest j a n anti most complete of Hosiery over brought Hartford Our BLACK CAT g Hosiery for Children cannot bo excelled Outwears two pairs of any other brand It ithis0 41 SUckCtl Braid It1dies solid and fithcy n 4 ChicsgoRoeHord and lace stripoa big assortment Et a 4 Hosler COlllpanIt t s 4 j IitaOlh fromprice running from tto 50c per pair tIfl Mens Fancy HalfHose 15c to 40c fi Mens solid black 5c to 25c Jj See them In our show windowsort jv 4 J in mind that we are clearing out our entire t t line of Winter Goods at COST Big Bargainsp Jj are now being offered by us Call and be convinced 41 1 THE PLACE ISs41 41 4 4 b lJ q lJ f lJ t t 4 0 l fW fW i i i i ii i iii ji 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY ai t MrK C Bjors Olatoo was la- o towiiAVednasday I Mr mo P Allen Roslne was in town Wednesday I VT J G Owen has been appointee poistraaster at Reynolds Sheriff C P Kiown was in Louis vile th first of the week E Mr Gstll Taylor of nr remtls Is I serotisIyIll ol stomach trouble CR Martin jeweler and watch maker at Williams drug store Mr S T Cook Banock Butler was In town last Saturday I Mr TU Brown Roslne aiaI pleasutcal1etat this office Monday Miss Amanda Bennett fell on the Ice a few days ago and broke her arm Master Barrett Miller son of Mr Won Milter Is seriously ill of pneu monia I MrClarence Allen of Roxey who Is attending school here is on the sick list lAmes Buggies the boat on the I market for sale by A c Taylor Hartford Ky Mr W S Catter Centertown was Atcaller at Tim RJI1UB CAN office l l 1 1 Mrj W Ford has purchased the las A Thomas business kottso on I Market street We have just opened up a lot of round prints red and and blue and white and also sonic fancy pit V terns v CAnsOf CO 1 I ONCE IS EKOUaHTO SEE 0 UTa Dorys porkaILotDI iwrti v wteg once fbi ose u loin Elch400k notice ca the fiett erf tkOM V icho iiruered aC UU wire JIIueJa 11111ICAlpafnlreoPl iubcttotbsueUSIJ oadWe Inaibs1fOU go orpsIntromiOmeO1dIel01L Talstol WtpntalU l on the Offl ow of handling woes tsnr s s Mtilora tofe n I oraa too much Mnoeb1C7C1e5tp4 x worried xprtistoti nc E wonder of the Italian yo to be pfI1aonr Ther goes f THE MAN WHO UUllfS Th ompl lnU iboyntrned all yU to the acUon of BennaPoroni pJsIez 14 i quickly too Not onhl those1 but oWpcl liver Uectlwiieou kidney and congestlona end mu mUr atnizuj OUrtvx y of the chest Mthpa end all ailmeaU vkitk H U 1sare open to trstqont qnentlyaald thatSnuontPlotttr it Pdtolaftn It cures when otherw ste ot eye able to ralleys For thirty thtta4 I Ingextenuil remedy Tho oldtJLip1a ten M aawlTM llnhnenti oils iti- hit little or no etlleaer aa ooapawdwMh It Vie K te 4 house AskforBeeonaFUitrj taktno other oi iro prepay taioa any nUO2bT r4ere4 United State on rec1pb of b iiebal7 JOhU51Mt ahts LZ t E E i tQ E tThat this is tho season to fc their spring i to 4 30in Cull 4 have lines to black hose 3p Hoso Bear 4 county NEVER Mr John Moorman Narrows called I to see us yesttrday County Superintendent Jas DcUVeesfr is at his horn at trisler eekhCItormedLouisville LwHr Walter Martin ei Earllngton Ky visited Mi father Mr C R Mattln last wfek Miss Will e Mclatyre our obllg ing ttlephoilt operator spent Sunday In Beaver pam ol Mr WMe It Baize a pleae4 iicaller it TUB REPUBLICANC offl1WedussdayyProl 8 G Drnshel Fordavllle Js Tislting his iUd friend and college a mate the ditor Mr B P Dualap representing tbeIi American tile Insurance Company is d ia town this week Call ok A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for special bargains Inv Bagglea and Wagons Rev IL Do Maddox preache4a1 theh Hartford Baptist church last morning sad eveulegoTko County Court has received order books docket books statues ad codes Sir the new Magistrates Cole M Baraett alter spending several days with his fatally here re tumid to Louisville Wednesday 4Wagoneand 111 other kinds of vehicles lett sale by AC Taylor Hartford Ky Mn Wayne Paxton ol near Crora well visited his sister Mrs J L Rogers Greenville this week Esqr c L Woodward Centenown called ni remembered Tits RtrqBiiCANl i happy sort of wayI Mr Ab Stevens aV fcraer living neaf Magan had a valuable wire se riously crlpplei by falling upoatheJ Ice Misses Viola Pirtle and Vlrglo t Hocker of BeaverDam have return ed from tbo Mardi Gras celebration New Orleans i i Mr dPJll Is aWay ofi a baIc lieN trip to raebbtll Var where he aocela tholntereatoJ kfs Ue tJno1 MGrakiniflq t Waiter Rornney Wedding and little sister Palsy who have spent the winter wlththelr father here hvertltuned homo to Louisville Me sri C D Stevens K W PaU tenon P CMIllrLIL Hanklaia and Hverett Smith Uft yWerfcay to attond the State Y M aAAstocia tlen which lain session atTadncahV They represent the V M p A ol Hartford 1 My Hair I hid a very severe slc1menI that took off all myhair I pur chased a bottle Hair Vigor and It brought all my hair back galn V D Quinn Marseilles III One thing is certain Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow This is because it is a hair food It feeds the hair and the hair thats all there Is growsit stops falling of the hair too and al ways restores color to gray hair IIMtMlU All ironist It your aranrlit cannot iuppI you send ui one and we zprtiiyou a bottle He sure and clra the Dame your c Addreii1J Mr R G Jesse ol Owensboro has arrived in Hartford to take charge ol the T J Turljr Implement House at E Pogle Coa old stand We are now In our new building and will have a lull and complete line of everything that is kept in a first lass general store CARSON Co Mr Wm FItaner near Cromwell as sold bis farm to Mr R B Maitln nd will move to Oklahoma in the ear Suture Consideration for the farm 3000 cash A meeting of the Sons of Veterans will be held at the Conrt House in Hartford Saturday March r 1902 Kvery Member is reqneuted to be pres ent H H DAVIS Captain The Pension Board examined JLHlnes for orlgnal and Frank Wright nd J W FIsher for increase of pen ian yesterday The examination was- onducted by Dra Wedding and Tay r Dr Smith was not present Governor Beckbam has offered a re ward of 400 for the arrest and- onviction of Ie Turner the owner f the notorious Quarter House in the capture of which seven lives were lost Mr Bob MtDaniel ol Olaton has urchased a stock pi merchandise at Phllphot and will engage in the bus naas there Bob is a bright Industri 03 young man and we wish him the- uccess that he deserves Mandevllle Day was arraigned before CommlssionerLindsey at Owens boro Monday for bootlegging II uor In default of a 400 bond he was committed to jail to await the sc ion of the Federal Court Day was rrested at iis home near Shdit Creek la Grsysoa county Sunday morning flay Is well known in the north end of this county Mr N B Burgess oi near Crom well died Tuesday nightot consump His remains were burled at betty yesterday He Iud been In- eeble health quite a long while and is demise was no surprise to his- riends He was a member of the old Bnrgess family and leaves a ife and a number of children Fate smiled unfavorably upon him through out his life and his family ja poorly provided for the future with this worlds goods Mr Robert Taylor and daughter Wlnfleld Kansas who have been visiting relatives and friends in the- romwell country during the past six eeks returned to their Kansas home Mr Taylor was reared near Ciomwell but went West when oaag usa Industry and economy closely followed and practiced made or him a nice fortune lids wellto o and exKentucklan that we are justly proud ol When he left for Kentucky he tiad garnered 3000 bushels of wheat waiting lor the ad ance in price Deputy Sheriff Jo Roberts brought erman Decker to Hartford Wednes ay and lodged him in jail on a charge f housebreaking Herman Decker his brother and Jim Byersand another young man named Stone were ar iested upon a charge of breaking into the store of Whlttlnghill Whlttlng klllt Trlsler a fewlweeks ago They were all arraigned belore Efquire Ev- u85t Fordsvllle Tuesday and were eld in the sum el faoo each to await he action ot the grand jury All were able to jnake bond except Herman Decker who was lodged in jail hero Wednesday RougkHlver Lodge No ito K of P was treated ton coon supper last Tuesday night by Mr Ed Bul Hngton one of Its members Mr Bullingtnn conceived the Idea ol glv ing a supper and found two nice at coons and had them c oked up Infelce style and had them served at the tWge Hall Besides having nice toAts he had sweet potatoes 1rl U potatoes pickles bread and coffee The Jxlge had work in the 3rd rank and each member leels Indebted toMr Bnlllngten for the nice treat Besides being an enthusiastic Knight of Pythias Mr Bullingtou is an ipnbred member ol the Masonic fraternity Mir Daniel Hicks died at illshome near toTnTjTnesday night of Iineu s tU after a brit Illziers of nly fcnr djs Intlfmenttook plate at the Patterson buring gronod Wed vesday afternoon Uncle Dan as he was commonly known WAS one of the countys oldest and most respected citlzeos His illness was brief tho 4atat Just six days before lIe tiled lie I walked to town He wasa member of the Preston Morton PstG A R was a member of the nth Kentucky Cavalry during the civil war and since its close has been an honest tiller of the soil a farmer of moderate mean a Christian gentleman and a neighbor kind and obliging He was about seventy ears of age Mr and Mrs E IL Rogers Crom well entertained a number er their friend at dinner Wednesday In honor of their uncle Mr J Robert Taylor and daughter Miss Bessie who left for their home in Wlnfleld Iran yesterday Those present were Mr fR Taylor and daughter Miss Des lie Mr and Mrs C S Taylor and son Rosco Miss Lee Taylor and brother Thurman Mr and Mrs By TOM Taylor Mr and Mrs C M Tay lor Mrs Pue Taylor Mrs B F Fleaner ud daughter Miss Harriette Mr Travis Taylor and Dr R L Clark Morgantown Mr C C Mar tin Mr R C Taylor and Mr and Mrs S L Stevens and family It was a moat enjoyable affair reunion of old friend and the caring for a sumptuous dinner Fordsville School Trouble Settled The Fordsville school case is on the outward show again settled 1st 1901 the Ohio Circuit Court in an opinion in the case of Dr McCarty et dVI Matthews c trustees ol the graded school held that the tax for the support of the graded school was illegal and the graded Ichool was- not properly established and there fore illegal Although the defendants never superseded the judgment of the Circuit Court they hired teachers and hada fiva months school taught in the graded school building No part of the public fund had been paid when tile school closed as under the circumstances bond was required whlchthe supposed trustees refused to make Tha retiring Superintend ent appointed a board of trustees for the common school district which existed in lieu of the graded school The trustees of the common school district and the supposed trustees of the graded district signed jointly a report eertlfjing bat a common school bad actually beta kept lor five months and that the teachers thereof were actually entitled td the public funds apportioned said district In addition to this joint report the two sets of trustees signed a bond binding themselves to pay to the County Su perintendent any and all cost that may arise out ol litigation growing out of the payment of said funds Upon4blrbond Supt DeWeese paid the public funds due No 96 Prof S G Drushel and Miss Daisy Godsey have been employed to teach the spring term of school The old hatchet being buried Fordsville should now enjoy a most prosperous era of school work and they now have a splendid man in ckargeoTthelr school who is capable of leading and instinct lug their cklldren and the Instructors of other children it tbe people will but give him their undivided support Fordsville is a prosperous town and deserves firstclass school and nn dec the gurdlanshlp of Prof Drnshel this roj al luxury will be enjoyed President Roosevelt has just made public a lengthy opinion in response aSchleys appeal to him from the Naval Court of Inquiry The President pays tbe battle was wonby the Captains iu command and that nelth cc Sampson nor Schley is entitled to the credit ol victory He condemns tchley fOr failure to keep a close blockade at Santiago condemns him for the Brooklyn loop and tardiness in obeying orders of the Department Just prior to the battle The President practically endorses the findings ofthe majority of the Naval Court of inquiry Marriages Mr J T Uewcomb Lewlspart to Miss Arvlna Crow Maxwell Mr C D Robinson Ecbols to Miss Esther Baker Echols Mr Allen Arnold to Miss LU lie Arnold ArooldIMr M A Embry Balzetown to Miss Lola Allen Balzetown Mr Lafayette Embry Balzetown to Miss Eva Baize Balzetown 0 In Memory OJ Frank Morris who died Ucb Jo 19020 consumption age twentytwo years He leaves two sisters btaldei a host of irlendji and relatives to mourn his loss He protested relig ion and jolne the Methodist church at Macedonia at Olaton bout a year ago He lived a true chrlstlon until his death His last days seetued to be his happiest Frank was a good religious boyj well respected in good society aid loved by all who knew lIme He lived a life worth imitat tug He was buried Tuesday evening it the Aston graveyard in the pee ence of a large crowd of sorrowing people Itjs so sad to part with our frIends especially one just starting out in mantood as he was but yet wekepK what Is our loss is heavens gIn EsTHRRjoiiNSOK Sulphur Springs Feb ao J902 Accused of Infanticide OwensbotD Feb The examining trill of Mrs Emma Cossler on the charge of poisoning her 5weekaoId babyJs set for next Tuesday She Is now in jail The corotur held ah irn quest over the remains itbe child this morning but will qot render a verdict untftbo stomach his been examined by a ihemlft Drs Stuart and Irwin held an autopsy today The vitals of the child were cat up and cl stly examined The stomach was turned over to John Ireldman a1 druggist The pbyslciaas are confi dent that the child died of an averdosc of laudanum as first stated by Dr L T Cox who saw tbe child Saturday morning Mrs A J Singleton with whom tbe Coisler woman lived stated be ore the coroners jury that the wo man tried to give the child away and had laid she was now free that it wai- dead Mrs Purcell testified that the woman said before she would raise the child she would kill it Mrs COllier denies that she gave the child laudanum In County Court Jno Blair and O R Tinsley quail fied as Deputy County Court Clerks Rev Jesse P Wilson qualified solemnize the rights ol matrimony G B Likens qualified as adminis trator of the estate ol Joseph Miller deceasedAlbert Cox Henry Dever and Jar King wereappointed road supervisor GJj Likens qualified as guardian ol Willie Kelley F M Haynes and Steve Basbnm were appointed trustees pf the town ot DMttfield to fill vacancies caused by the resignations ol C e Rboads and W S Harris C S Mozley qualified as Notary Public for Ohio county Wade Bake of McHenry qualified as Notary Public We would like to have a good live correspondent from every postoffice in the coun tyT furnish our corres pondents with evelopes paper and stamps Send in a com munication for next week NOTICE OhIo Circmt Court lot B Crowder c J- Petition in Equltyr Notice is hereby given that MB Crowder and thirty 30 other legal and qualified voters at Horse Branch Ohlo county being more than two thirdoftbe persons entitled to vote- aud living within the boundary of the town proposed to be establlsed have thIs day Md a petition in equity In the OhIO Circuit Court asking that a town f the sixthclass Ibl established at Horse Branch Ohio county Ken tacky and that the proposed bound ary of said town is set out by metes and bounds as follows B glangt a tone on the S W corner of said town 42 poles N of Ill inois Central railroad near Millers corner thence S Sjtf E So poles to a toneiiear the creek thence N 3 W lopoles extending sapoles beyond the allroadto a atorie thence S a B Bo o1ealpaKStpne thence Sa E8o poles to a atone to the beglnnlngJncloalnga loundary which doeaaot exceed one fourth Oof a mile in each direction lecesiary to formal a square and that said petitioners will on the 2nd day of the nxt March term 1902Qf the Ohio Circuit Court ask the Judge to establish a town of the slxthclas in the above described boundary which town shall be named Horse Branch ind will alto at the same time ask the judge pf said Court to appoint not less thin five trustees a police judge uarahal and assessor of said town as required by Section 3715 Kentucky itatnt This February li 1902 MB CHOWDER CA Physicians TheoryHis Con dition Dr Pieiffer of Bedford Mass is dangerously sick with smallpox nn- der circumstances that will give him listing Same in the controversial chronicles of vaccination Although a physician he was of the opinion that Dr ennerdbcovend lotbing of value to mankind He was aq antivacclnatlonlst ean to the tips ofhls Ingers So convinced was ie that vaccine points were pointless and smallpox noncommunlcable to healthy persons that tie went unvac inated to the smallpox hospital on Gallops Island In Boston Harbor circulated freely among the patients and 16 thoroughly prove Ibis theory taoped over one of then and I hslei lis breath The condition that now coulrons him is in violent celllsldn with his theory Moreoltbe lesson of his ixperittice is lal by the fact that not one of the doctors and nurses who have been attending atlents oa Gallops Island steadily for six months psst has contracted the- dlseaselllof them having been va- cclnatedN Y World New Bank at Owensboro Oweosboro Ky Feb 18 Articles of incorporation were today filed for the Corn and Tobacco Bank of this city The capital stock is fixed a t i5ro L W Marble is president and MKL Ogden is the cashier The bank will open for business Monday Look at the D te- On you label and you can readily calculate how much you nrp owing on your sub scription It may seem a very tmall item to each ohlO- in arrenre DUt the sum total amounts to a consideral sum and wo need1 it in our bus itnessplyit Ifyju cant payal that Vbu ow6 at once paY nrhatoyer you cannnd ay yln you fan pay the abuto jsi3 Aching JointsI- n tho fingers tooi arms and other parts of the body tire Joints that are Inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition oj the blood which affects the muscles also cspeclallyIcondition is commonly worse in wet weather It has been a long time since we have 1Ilie has been troubled with rheumatism since he was a boy and Hoods snaps rllla Is tbe only medicine he can take that will enable him to tako his place In the T- Odd Mm ADA Dory Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills a Remove the cause of rheumatism no dutward application can Take them IHERE ANDTIIEREc IG D Free has succeeded A J Casey as editor of the Gnthrle Graph 1ctAndrew Carnegie has given 15000 for a public library at Jefiersonvllle lad Navigation on the Ohio river Is practically Suspended on the account of the Ice IThe war tax repeal bill passed tbe lower house of Congress Monday by a unanimous vote ITwo masked men held up a gamb o ling house at Clinton Iowa and robbed the establishment of 2000 A new religious sect which recentlyb sprung up at Omaha Neb has attready resulted in five divorces more in prospect Former Secretary of the Treasury Lyman J Gage baa accepted tbe presidency of tbe United States Trust Company of New York City Battle Creek Mich had a 400000 fire Tuesday morning The escape of 400 peoplewho were sleeping in tbe unitarian was almost miraculous- A Louisville negro cold hungry tiIa city ball challenged each passerby lor a scrap An accommodating stranger made the way easy for him and he got three ntbrSMrs Pearl Hunt while spending the sixtydays Hot Springs S Do hImet Dr Chas W Hargens who was there also for the purpose of getting a divorce It was a case of love at first sight and as soon as unbound from their former consorts they bound themselves to each other Mrs Hunt refused the band f Wm K Vander bllt for that ol tbe handsome Dakota doctor Rough River Telephone CoaAt theHBnuarWeetlnjro t thesto k holders oi the Rough River Telephone Co held In iU office at HartfordKy e on Monday February 10 1902 a de cided majority of the shares of stock wasjepresented Notwithstanding the inclement weather and a pleasant andwe trust profitable meeting was had A short review of the business and progress ot this company during the preceding year was had with gratifying results It seems to be the consensus opinion of the stockholders that this company w uld soon place itself apon such a financial basis aiwbldenable it to achieve much greater results ud make the buslneu much merl remunerative In this connection we would express our moat profound thanks our many friends and patrols who have so cheerfully aided us In this home enterprise We expect within the next thirty days to put in a new switchboard which will Increase our capacity to 200 drops We will then be able to accommviate all who may want qur service The stockholders complimented the ld board of directors by reelecting them J Mi MATTINGLY Prea D M HOCKBR Secy If you aro in nce4of upto dato Stationery come to TilE REPUBLICAN office- WantedTelephonePoles 1Tbe Rough River Telephone Co wants a jot oi chestnut telephone poles from 45 to jq feet lout 8 Inches at top Apply to D M Hocker manager office over W D Moores grocery Hartford tI Wheelers Brutal Speech From every part of the couatr there is condemnation of Wheelerc brutal speech in Congress denuncia- tory of the President and all others who will take partin tbe reception to Prince Henry of Germanyor be pres cut at the coronation of King Edward But Wheelers speech had tobe made There must be a fool In every play an ass in every function Wheeler basdone double duty Southern peo pIe will not approve a line 61 blli speech They are the Democrats aristocrats ol tbe country No matter whether a sing digger or a planter lordoflandbey2d threach of his vislolmr the Southerners highest re Igard is Icr the law ot hospitality He is always ready to entertain the visitor and he will entertain him accord lug to his rank and he does it such away as to command the gratitude of the guest Kentuckians will inot agree with Mr Wheeler Princi Henry of Prussia conies as a repre stntative of his nation He intends to conic over and spend a wholt month Let him come Show him the country Peed him oa the best that money will buy Let him drink the wines of California the beer IC Milwaukee eat the sauerkraut of fl i Pennsylvania and tkt oyittrs of Ma ryland CLHe comes as a representatlvcof a great nation the aoming rival of this country on the commercial highways We trade with Germany visit Gee many and sine of our boys go across and attend German universities Wr of tht South need Germany incur business Much of the cotton shipped to England goes over to Germany much of the cotton exported got di rectly to Germany The Germans are great buyers of cotton seed products he Germans buy onratayes and turner and may soon take over some oi ur Alabama lion We are building skip for the Emperor and sending our locomotives for his roads Tbe boys in Kentucky where Wheeler comes from are growing tobacco for he German market and growing orn that will go to Germany as whis ky The Germans are our customers We are in business When the broth er of the head of the house calls on from whom his firm buys they generally show him the elephant And who will hobnob with the Prince Many an elderly man who in tbe days of his boyhood engineered a line over a routes back lie was a poor farmers boybnt he only wanted an even chance in life and no favor Who runs the country The same old man who was a farmers boy or eons f sturdy mechanics or maybe of common laborers Democracy does not preclude good- reeding and in a republic good man ens are among the badges of noblli 1 Owensboro Inquirer Oil Exchange Opens Denver Feb zSThe Western Oil Associations exchange in this city for trading in oil stocks opened today with a gocd attendance Six ecu companies have already been enlisted The Denver Mining Exchange also has established aa oil stock department I Urey Waodson ought to get himself Washington as scan as possible nd testify that Congressman Charlie Wheeler a representative of the In telligence and wealth of Kentucky otherwise the Goebellte Democracy will have to prove an alibi lor Charlie or the Democrats from ther States will begin to suspect that i commission came from the Jam bool ignoramuses of some benight ed constituency Louisville Com mercial I r They Stand Pat Circuit Clerk Sam Bedford jein Frankfort and he has got into the midst of the scramble over the judi cial redistrlctlng bill The Ohio county fellows appealed to him to ar bitrate the Biattcr but he was not with lull powers and therefore elegYapheTTforinstructlona He ad Jackets Overalls Carheart Cos The of this line of goods has been attested to- by thousands iof wearers carry a com line of these or without the apron tho in the Coats j a very lino of this goods you the ofyour house we have und the are all right Every article reliable A Hearted Manor in other words men with good sound hearts are not very numerous The increasing number of sudden deaths hum heart disease daily citron icled by the press is proof of the alarm dangerous complaint and as no one can foretell just when a fatal Collapse J A neglecting very risky matter If you are inicitpitation unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin taking Heart CureJA- KreamerolAr1canusCtrKaci saYSlIM at was to bid It wu lm for me to liedown and Icould neither tleen nor rest My decline was rapid and I realized I must hel soon 1 was advised to tr Dr Miles candidlybelieT Dr rc aeU by all dniRslats en auirante Dr Miles Medical Co Elkharl ins dressed Judge Eli H Brown and that the commitie would agree ji the Oirenaboto brr willing to takea week ofl of the terms in each of the thret counties cf Daviesi McLean and Ohio and give the to Davlesa If the latter neuld consent to allow the district to remsin as it now is Judge Drown brought up thtf matter belore the bar and no action was tak cu the members atandlng pat on their demand for the district to be compos td oJ Davies and McLean or of Da vleis Hancock and The suggestion to Mr Bedford grew ent of the heroic struggle of Ohio county to keep from being testened oa a dis trict composed of Butler and Maim lenberg counties which are over wh lmningly Republican dwensbo ro Inquirer CoalMJueflurnlng Brazil Ind Feb 29Miders have been forced to leave the Tcunant Coal Companys mines at Turner two miles west of here pn account ofthe Intense heat caused by thebutnlrig of coal more than tt hundred feet underneath the It Is believed that the mine will have to he flooded and abandoned OAS ronXABe Kind Yes Hams Mei Srght t ot EVERYBODYS STORE 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 Tobuy NOW Our broken lots ofeverything will be sold at quite a saving tp the purchaser and Hamilton unionmade durability satisfied Wo plete with front Also different styles Furniturec Remember we carry complete Everything need for furnishing prices strictly Good prevalence Kreamer Ji1s Miles IXemedlo said time McLean ground thiitt February u I These Stoves aro taking the tidy Their quality is unsur passed They aro an ornament to a room Firebox lining i 2 properly cared for will last five years there is riorie its equal Buy your wife one and make hor happy Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons Iwben you buy One of theae WagOn you knew you toke no risk in getting your moneys worth Why take chances on a Wagon that you know nothing about for a fej cents difforence in price Buyone of thoso anil satisfaction ia t 1 guaranteed Ets5 TJAJTwlN JLliO C6C O Beaver Dam Ky 1 r I IIA eeabJCPICI3Jo1lionrorAs11 Protnote3DigeslIonChcetfuI ncssandRcslContalns OjnumMorphine nor Mineral juOMflIWZ7JJ77ffRJi 4txJ anj itsJRIhSJt Jtvwl 1 IJetd74TAqP Ithw h j04 w rorConsti lion Sour StomachDiarrloCa- nnsConvutsionsYcvcriSh ocss and LOSS OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of I NEW YORJ I LLXAC1coPYor WRAPPED J J ZJC WC ro CA IN in AND YEARS I CASTDRIA For Infants and The You Always Bought the II Signature I- of In Use Overt Thirty Years CASTORIA I I r FIELD St SON= TRANSFER LINEN = = =4 == == r = vn ORDsYA FAST AND EASY RIDE THE MOST I VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED II ASTHMA CURE FREE I Brings Instant Holiol and PermanentI Curo all Cases ABSOLUTELY ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOVH XAJin ADUnilS1 1IAIMT CHAINED 1 FOR TEN w OhildrenII Is tothlng like Astbmalene It brings relief even In the worst cases It cures when all else tails The Rev C P Wells of Villa Ridge Ill says Your trial bottle ol Asth recelyed in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived Irons it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertise ment for the cure of this dreadlul and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you bad overspoken yourselves but re to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a lullslze bottle Rev Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ot the Congi Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bios Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Astbmalene is an lIayII Its success is astonishing and wonderful After having it carefully analyzed we can state that Astbmalere cortains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N V Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 13 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on 130th street New York I at once obtained bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a improvement Alter using one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and she is entirely Irce from nit symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of j health and em business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 East I2oth St New York City Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal Do not delay Write At once addressing DR BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists A BOON TO PlIANKIlVDI DR TABLERS BUCKEYE gZZ DJgij rrJCs 0 c t1 rrPJ j 4 rnI Kind Have Bears For cAIaAR COMFORTABLE Astlimalono FREE I There Instant malene solved radical disease numerous doing TAFT U11T1 io w Z2t1C W rIArttrl1p1Ilwz t IPILE al I CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTO BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BAlLARD Sole Pioprletor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HP For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky ic- a fCj Cjf i t I Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY Illinois Contral RallrondTlmo Table New lime card taking eltrct Sunday Ute I- aOont noon North llnnnil Nonlli llonntl- XolMdne37am No Ill dooll17 a m No I0lilae247p m Xo 101 due 21p in- Xomdael2Np a No Ul 4Ue54 m Lotnl FrtlgliU NIt doe 7Mim No153 doe t1f 1111 8 D Vi w TiB Airent CURE UkL WhiSk ML jAILS nail Con n Hrrap BC- ONSUMPTION VM In lint old 17 tItI CLOYERPORT REBUILDING Modern New Buildings Have Ta ken Place of Those Burned i Cloverport Ky leb 1Tbe work ot rebuilding Cloverport is be ing rapidly pushed by its enterprising citizens and the thriving little city will aoonbe in a better condition than before the great file During the which has elapsed since the fire the citizens have shown great pluck and detrmination in trying to regain their loss and have erected more handsome and more commodious bus iness houses and are better equipped for business than ever before The business houses are built on the west side of the bridge which is in the center of the town Among the principal brick buildings which have heel erected are The building of the Brecklnrldge News with an uptodate outlitI embraces a Simplex typesetting machine and other modern equipments The postoffice is one that would be a crdlt to any slxthclais city The Breckinridge Bank la a hadsome edi and contains a substantial and well built vault The pressed brick twostory building of Dr A A Si- mons II one of the most handsome in the city The store of V G Babbage Son Is conveniently constructed building The stores ot Amid Oalze and S P Conrad Co M Hamman Son A JU Fisher and Short Haynes are lie edifices The business house 1 Frank Fralze Son has just been completed It was constructed os the same site ol the old building The large threestory wooden structure of Walter Oezel and J W Pate proprietors of the Star Rooler Mills is one of substantial mateiial and the most improved machinery is placed in the building The temporary receiving house the American Tobacco Company is a stout compact and new wooden structure thirty by eighty feet and stands on the LiUelst lot on Rail road street It Is connected with the main track of the Louisville Hender son St Louis railroad by a swItch The new residences have been that of modern structure The elegaat homes of Mrs Sippel Messrs Charles May Marion Weatherholt Amid Oelze and Chas Hamman have been built on the west side of the bridge while the handsome residences cf Dr J T Owen Urs Flank Sawyer and Mr J D Babbage and the private POWERFUL MEN OFTHE EAST Au latttitlac Uiplanatlun ot their taaioal Strength Tar Snret ul fatlr Uorrdon Vitality and Nrrre lori jMloatl Juatd4- Wuwo11bIfremCompouudaIotion Wbnn- llrJnTttiatliiK Rflvtta are Almoit MIa ulnui and AitonUhlDg the Mutt Stfptlr1 The loudest hnpM ot onHeut or mod rll iwten otter the Fountain ul Perpetual Youth can rarwlr hure aimed hlaarr than lbs ixalu achlerrd by the mnreluui fomponnd known throughout the tato KLJIOK11III Tra rrllen retnrnlriR toKnrope have Iron time to time brought tutonlnhlnn tnlcaof thtrrju TenatlDK eR rta prwtuwil liy thU Wonder ot the OrlrntCrndrlr compounded Lr the Women ot the llatrm Iron lormulni banded down orally from pfDirntloD to generation the wcret 01 thIs prep aration thus jenlounly guards nod known only to tbe Innate ol the harem and tho Court Phy aidant KL MUK1IIU hue been practically unob tainable esceptltitf by the turored onea for whom It wai Intended rtnvntty bowerera prominent cotlre Arabian rrilclnn bnoUbrd from bl country for political ottenn and deprived ul hU vest poMeMloni baa a relied hlmielt of till knowledge to earn a liveli hood bedtllif hlaitatlonby aapplylng thla mar veloti compound KL MOKnilt to the nobUlty and wealthier duMei ol all Knrope who have cheerfully paid him large Lees In return fur tat benefit received Content with the large Income derived front this practice tbla axed Puyilclan hat repeatedly refried very liberal offer made to him for the formula ol his flemady hut he hat finally agreed with the importing haute ol TUB NontnKcLicn CouriXYot rhlladclphla to put It up In con venient form tor sale etclutlvely In tht United State andthlt flint havlugtneeitlntlve agency now often It for the nut time to toe American public Thli remedy must not be confounded with the numeront nervous rbi lost nanhood cad sell abuse are ndvertlMd un obolotolIKDIOKnin a purely veKetable compound en tractwlfroiQ rare tropical roots and herbs r14 3iolcnin I ft temedy for one apedle purpose which la to strength ttuivltal force and prevent decay In vice Its ranrveloui eBjcta In ar vesting docay of the vital nrlntlpltti wprtlally In the lnnl brlnir unparalliled and never failing- and aa Ita ul11 nnlvertnl all over theKait where daIWbhelt It ali abnolnto epeclfleand potttlvely guaranteed to rare the worst sale ol nervoua de bility lost manhood or similar weaknrtwa dn to eiieatet or youthful errors It It alto with the greatest tuicwt nt n vltnllier Rtvltc to all weak parts and developing nialatalnlnx the loll natural vigor ot manhood itt put up tor the American trade In tablet form Hud though eitremely powerfal It la per fectly harmleM and easily taken on tablet bilag a dose lad doing tb work at once and 10 evi dently at to leave no doubt In the mind oltht patient It will care you to a to hey cured Every packa ire It opened andcaretully examined by the Inporten when received and It then repacked under their aeal andnotltlv guArantee to cure It will be 0nt preploI itoder pisl coy er with toil cud complete directloni on receipt ni price llM poor package or cia packagva OrIlLl11IrOllrUIUrkt L bo rdl tkonii of Uis Ella Jordan have hen builtonIlieiaide The Metkodlst and resbyferlar churches are two fine t fices which have been erected They are modern buck structures and the architect ol both is excellent The auditorium are separate from the lecture room andotherapartment They are light ed by gas nnd heated by furnaces The erection of the Masons Temple It under the direction of James Lewi It is being built on Main street o the old Bowmer business lot It wi be a two story structure twenty fis by eighty leet and wilt combine the modern features 1 he Mutt Temples of any ptetensi is An opera house ar hotel t leading features are ckhigIt would be firmly supp ted Wm works and an electric ht plant yet to be real ztd Bilious Colic I II Seerer a carpenter and hunderI of Kenton Term when tensely from an attack of bilious colic sent toa near by ding store for something i to relieve him The druggist sent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy three doses of which effected a perms nent cure This Ms the only remedy that can be depended upon in the mot severe cue of colic and cholera niorbus Most druggists know thla and recemmend it when such a medi cine is called for For sale by all druggists m c s nAIBean tLa ttiMIYciHin Atari EVtI r lld There II floating down the Missis sippi a strange craft with a queer crew It it tbe largest steamboat that ever navigated the upper Mississippi It carries a band ofone hundred who style themselves the Christian Bretbrea a new religious sect who believe that the world is drilling into infidelity and that to be saved people must live in purity and hoUnessI They carry a bras hand IIwittBeat Is the tame spilled to their craft kit it would seem more approp slate to name it Salvation Navy The Drunkards Wife Habitual drunkenness Isa direct cause for absolute divorce in thirty five States of the Unnloa The Supreme Court of West Virginia has just decided that the same oflense justifies a wife in deserting her husband and that In breaking oS marital relations the woman loses none of her dower rights In his oplon the de uysI to live with the worst of all brntes a drunken bruteto the peril of her health and life but she has a right to live apart from him until he furnishes her in dubltal evidence of reformation Mr Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism During the winter ot 1898 I was solame in my joints In fact all over my tody that I could hardly hobble around when I bought a bottle oi Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked st ad ily the yearR Wheeler North wood N Y For sale liy all druggist i CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I I Dears tho Signature of l iattUS The Democratic proposition to util ize the Tariff as an issue showS that the Democratic managers are in a reckless mood They know that the mere agitation of such a proposition would cause tbe mill owners to abort en production and foreign to reduce orders yet they ara willing to do this in order to get an issue The Democratic patty cannot win on a re- ductIOn of the Taril Issue but it can do a great deal of mischief by intro ducing itrJeney City JourllatI Insincere Tariff Agitation Unclp Sams collection of statistics comes in very handy when the growth or this country is obe comipared with that of other lands A book abwIng- the growth ofthe products ot tll field forests mines and mftnualactnresalso that of population and wealth for the past century make very interesting diacloitires In all lines this country shows a re markable growth and we now outtop the world in manufacture expott and in wealth But it is noticeable that- the greatest gains of the century were made in the very recert yeais when a Protected Tariff lifted the depression canoed by the tariff tinkering which prevailed during Clevelands last ad ininirtratien Just now there it an jff it being made by certain newvpapers to revive tariff agitation and to pretend to bet lieve that a reduction of duties would benefit theland But it js quite prob able that tome ofthe papers talking nrysoryIsee IThe newspapers as well ni other lines are benefited by the activity caused by Piptectlon Their advoca C therefore ol tarlftigitrtiou is In sincere and intended vilely as rppo sltlont thepreseat Administration andsn effect to attract attention to themselvesNo person prill etacoupge a l t THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS School of the South An able Paculty of Independent Normal TrainingSchool thes The Soulhern Normal gfe teaching is done J Specialists has charge of the different Departments srfltltorough practical nndwaprcheni ve Elocution wd c 1aJZrv The Primary Teachers State State Preparatory Oratory and Instrumental Music courses ore taugbt t f Invite all tnoMwfiocspcctloUfcta awCowrutoisyrstlgitq r PI work y are dolnc la our Law School DOWLINQ GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE The leading nuilnrii Training School cf the South Thouiandi 7k National Kuslneu Men of the country aie graduates of title limitation lehool l Taleora Ore want a thorough Commercial liducitlon and a Potltlon when you r CIlIltnJc complete a count It will Ou to what we offer All the aae ShortbandrTypewriting A ttfuUr Law rtntaanihlp Iractlre etc TnlB Vtther durjc w the work arc universally Micct fu1 In tICuunmrc11tudettth wlllbeln daily attendance1 during the 9acs41z2urtudente World and never tall of honor and trust CCL present scbolastloyear u THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BU INEM TRAINING SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH aWBC SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free AddrHII H CHERRY Islir I Mai0fl rvBMrif f BI H Ky A WORTHY SUCCESSOR i Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cureI Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhatets nod drugs iti paste form Their powders tlry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The powerful acids used In the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same raemi branes that their makers have aimed j to cure while pstell and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who hast many years made a close study speciality of the treatment of Catanh has atlast perfected a treati meit which when faithfully not only relieves at once but permanently j cures Cataih by icmoving the cause stopping the discharges and curing ammatlou It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the filleted parts Ic This wonderful remedy is known as Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh j Cure and is Sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external i medicine sufficient for a full months a treatment and everything necessary its perfect Snuffles useICure ever now the only sale and positive cure for l that annoyIng and disgusting disease cures all inflamation quickly and pemantatiy and li alto wonderfully i quick to Hay Fever or Cold In the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snumes wll save you if you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete J treatment which is postlvely guaranv teed to cure Catarrh in any form or used to the tHree pacL1IJ your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to yon beyond the regular price of Snuffles the i Guaranteed Catarrh CureISent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia move calculated to depress business and to cause doubt and untertainty No newspaper wants tq see a return of the troublesome days that marked the dele ol Clevelands administra tion All know tarlfl agitation now it likely to bring back such a condi tion Philadelphia Item A sensational suit has been tiled af Hardlnsburg Potter College brought suit against Short and Ilaynes of Breckenrldge county for tuition of their daughters whereupon a counter suit ot f5000 for damages against the college was flied Ufoa the ground that the character of the girls were in hired white students of the school through neglect of the teachers In tor preventing them from climbing out of a wndoR at night and going down town with a lot of young men to a iuck supper Exchange When a woman lisa a running ac count at a dry goxls More it is constantly running against Its own rec lord Prevalehcy of Kidney Trouble prevalent and deceptive is kid 1uey tiouble that Itvery often becomes advanced before it is even suptct edthereoft behooves all to be on the lookout Should you be ill or not feelfng well It would be wise to first IrP3Y attention to the kidneys and as if they are the cause of you troubleA method of finding out jour kidneys are nt fault has often been called to the attention of our readers through Dr Kilmers Swamp Root advertising in the columns ol this paper and it is now repeated for the benefit of those who way be inter ested Viz Illl a bottle with urine and set aside for twentjIgurhouas or so and HiteboJrsn brickdust sedi ment or cloudy appearance or if it is round necessary to go often through I the day or get up many times during the night you miy be sure your kid IACterclUtulKilmers Sarap Root the threat kid4 rjcyi liver and bladder remedy Is reJ markable success In the quick relief BUd cure ol the diseases lor which iti Is recommended There Is hardly p j drug store in the land that does not i keep and highly recommend this eel ebwted preparation lor kldneyliver and bladder troubles Byapecialarlaugdllleltevery read erof this paper way have a sample bottlol Dr KilnitrVSwarnpRpotj by mall lrcef they haye riot all eady bit one byisendingtbeirad hess to DrXiluerCO Binjhsra i tOISNV i Druggist ASK CATARRHt for 10 CENT TRIALSIZE CREAM BAU- IIllvea Relit nt once II dllinKM OOtblo nail hints the dlwiweJ membrane It cure ratnrrh and drlrn ewe a cold III the head Jltkr1I11t il OLD N HEAD I ItotiTt Inn Membrane 1torc the enaee 4 Tint and Smell allI Oo trial III let at- druaglete orbr mnll HIY UIlUTIiItIUI Trllrl sw York NEW THROUGH LINE suwta EYARSYIU AND CHICAGObeenjA new through car line has established fur the entire distance the Illinois Central between I Rvansvill and Cliicngo thellne being I via Mattoon Champaign and the road I from Uvansville to Mattoon formerly part of the P D K Ry The services is us lollows INORTH BOUND Daily Bx Sun Lv Evansvile j opm 730am Ar Chicago jioottm 700pm SOUTH 80UNDIDally Rx Snn 830amIThrough sleeping cars on night trains and through freereclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent- VICKSBUIW VETERANS VISIT The Old Battle Grounds MID TUB NEW ORLEANS MARDI QRAS Tb auvIvegvterps oUb Campus aid Bkmot Vlrkibnr nad Iheltrlideeiil 4ass note that the IlllnoU ftntril nUroa4 CompailI wIll run a lowrat ncurlon to Ik X Mardi Urn with a two Bluhti coil a da stop ont Tltkibarit kifliff ChIcago at tJp m Fmport at 545 a mSt Louts it ILtI p a Clotlonntl at 100 p m sod LonUTill at ld p m otr Tartar February 4 Ilotk studied 1allniaD andEicinloa 8Mp n ant be t00 frotn Chicago end from dnrlonttl sod Louisville to wOtlnn Had ID addition ExcursIon Curs will be run from fmport aad from 8t Ixiolt to See Orl ao Th pelt per Ooitl betkvbthsrooc- upled I17 one or two ptoplt wCI be M follow Si Nrw Orlrani la Standtrd SlMpcn trout Chlraxo 1110 i from anvlncmtl and rrba LooUrUU ITN i ID Kitnnlon Carifrom Chicago sad Iron Free port JMtolll Ht LiuUCUtliiMI nd Loili clUe 100- TW Ifa great trip miS every ntarn evsty ion arid every daughter of a T Iora and everybody else who want a Rood tine ikoald at oars rpplj for their sleeping ear acromnolloii Fat prrlal train rate which will be the ip chit Jlordl Ores ratret limits Ktr oa ltoir home ticket agent or aJdrteetke aramt ot the uodernlmedrJ A Dab a W A KeU lone A CI 1 A lonltiTllf C C ilcCart V V A Bt LonU V W llitlow 0 P A UecUaetl 1 ID laJDfOIDorr O2to CotCircuit Court WT iwiafjedfe J45 Rowt imieiloorI Keowa Sheriff Ilartlord Deputy SairiH3 U KeownClann K 9wa Jo II Itobtrta R L lloyd lenikttvent rConrtconvtnea Sect Moo day In March and AuRUtt aid coatlnuea three wcekeand third Monday la May and Kovenher two week County Court J I MUIer Judni U 8 lIsp cod Clerk r II Barne Attorney Hartford X9Court conveneS flnt Monday In each month quarterly Court llfglnt on tbe third Monday In April July October and January Court of Clalmt Convene Seat Monday la Jaa nary Tuesday alter aeeontl Monday In October Other OOlcert J 11 wood Harnlor Ceeslyl Freak Iow Aitettor Iteda James D VMIC kirhool Haperialtndtat Hartford On UDmvl- aOrctir SalpktrSprinct 7vi tleeia Ceiat rn F hudson lleaver Dtm Fbriary II May IT August 30 Receniber I- Qeo W 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