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on receipt ot one cent sUmp to cxtwuse raaOIsc hflalel aaaIC3lj JNO B wnspif ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY SpKlkUtUitloa itilD to tofliUoisiktg- abtrrta Li4 eke Kot rj IIMIt tor UMe tontj ufflr eortllldpablluqnn C E SMITH ATTORNEY Akf tAW HARfroHB KY Will pri estsprifatsa Ie atlU tErtiol j Okie ad dolilnf toiiMMitCtr of ips1s- h Ipl1 atUou tlti la 11 bIraI ku car 0IllNIeoI0NIrt J E DAVID8QN1 I t Attorney at Law HIRTFOID KyIWUl prrtle Hi PTOtSSSII la t kU cud allII uisoU4 PHIUnU atte1bel1 itnitrd to kU tin I IltOB- YtrTJlEYAT L4JJIWuMHvILLn KarI1Ck1WDI prvbit prolslo U sU Uteocrtaet Okk auC IdjotnIreoestlM adCoirsfAppk Srrll aUo tr to collKllou ox BARNETT k ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY- WIUprsetIchlprolsitos U all UtMtrUo Okla ni3 jJO1I soustOl Rpd l tttiUoa wtll be Ktrra on bustMs ntnit4 ta kia eanIt IoUct3ocsa petIItJ E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY WIUprtctlMkUprofMitoi U aJ rt eoirUol Kutorkj Bp tU t MT I soUHtfsI IUiuat ot 4cdit s sIataro4eas d crtalul prMtlw OHM nptUtnartBi 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deIIeAt ltet1l Is pTobsbI rmitiAW Os- LIOSIS L free for ssiIWgpnIm r JthroughMsaa AI I- c1U wtboul eau in th dtfle JIMrICA b4eOiSl ftIkSM 1 eolMl mrflffUbf iI 1 SALOONSAND POOLROOMS A LnlsvilrC Preacher Goes After BetkPits It ep to tte Mayer The Rev WMpore pastor of the Fourthavenue Methodist church denounced the poolrooms and liquor trafic la a sermon te topic of which waa lithe duN BHOnJd lure tonic tllleHesatoa rwH a parasite on tl I be4ypetRIctaad kas BO eco comic sendJBgkr IJe lives on wha othueo4seel Aipo iiCuI ir t HI vlattention ta aa M CMifal efiprt 4 eecral nlf tn IkI- Olt to a saloon from bein tJopealngkottse Mr ore Mid In pail There ire Iwin deylb that I wlsk to dlecue be lI r devil aIM tb devil olganibllcg IIIn ifrtifetkt wpadtVtf tfitt Kqmr iffffii Itbya Ita bJlgBU teaehlapon tilebody tad tfa seal tawell I takee the atrong- an aBdBjakci hl i weajkunBtJhlra to diackarfe kU daty aa laborer aud be4winBM Bnupon tile Boai Iti Jftiawc tt oreevl It cat of the career of Robert Borne eer he had TMckad thIull fntU a tbli powers i aad atoppe the eags of Edgar AJe Poe andiaa blIhted la cry land Home la illeairqyed by it It catd i6t ril ciry tf wlftfaer for the plemdiBgcfdjlWrea ItMVtkea tke craafrroBi iarVliellJM amd iwdj the defeidofbmcbak thdeMo1- it Priee the Msndpelnt cf bnfiae k la ad eesaiarie all Wealt I asadeby pr duwre mid w eath pejiw ite predaee to dettteyed la ones Mikual wealth ia decreued by sd muck tt take the money that wHIM go Into the lWsute chaaoell of trade and 4ert It totIs 13overu- Ineilt and tbeiJutee the co innnni ty Tkyniqier tralEcTs irso t1n dtertelawl MaeM aad Li tGelj law leas TtM nti wrmed Dillon on American soil alter the foundation ot ear Gem eat win Incited bythf liquor power The thl atreakens hlaparoee- at thi e4t re ia erct be beglSs 1II Weight pf wU s4keBiareierer U laeHcd telll prpe e y eenp the- anarcbIn4e la the caoee lie hoe and In It katcheaVta hellish plots This traffic besets that yqa cannot enforce the law against It and kypnotltr estho oCftra wkote duty Jt b to ea force it The 1kur jiterMtrUaipre PpV I lht pabMc llfetkan tkMMia biDed Influence of all our ckarchesj This was eleajjy ahown whenagaln the prottrt efUe First Christian church till Walaat street Baptist Christ CkarckCatkedraland Trinity1 beside iasla CM JLateraats that pjijosed a barroom was plaeed la their com munity There are threeclaue of men the laboring man who reduces wealth the erckaat who brings producer ad coBSBMer together and the pro fessloaal clue who minister to the wants of a cosuaaalty To aether or tbe t I r1elong He la notVpfedacef of weallbne tells ai tneither deeslie br aid yet Solo sotlla all hlf gloryaeTer wore inch diamonds lIe does not bring product aB3 d4a Vmertoielher like the ierckkar Iirc1oehihHet to ttiIaee4soltkercoaiaiualty cc thjhyai- 1ii lawyer or preacher lros the tid lato economy beta a parasite aaaletleVa taiT lipon all prodaeerSlor U Mpport liii bud BOM Is f source of UeptatlpfiIruID lag maayof pur young business eadlig them into ctIni tkepeaiteaT tlary orthe eakldes grave Yetoar poolrooms staWopeni doing their aefarioas york day and eight That they are open contrary to law all iai al4Wt Btfenwyfl kaveacs Vnowled ea the same and still our authorities are slow to move against themThe triaM who Is respoa eThic for thteteopenptjolfobms There seems to bee dlfficnltyln referring the responsibility to anyone because of tke dlyMedtpowers of par ociila1 ferllonliobe aeld ta be respMMile viT ttlhe 8hdwswlero ibe rsapoeslbllity his- Ii oaiTUayo lie appofatedkkptear eot Boardor Pnblle ftiiety alter thla fiadbeyoeie a llylqg ijaestion IIa1I he dirnot know their view be ought- toVav known them The Meroro- I1i4 t ttm l thirty six koarjlfhewaatad them cleeed awl tntielMena fIe lsvHIejoo tt to klttli Ir h s enhee en ot tkls l- sajialWingWlLk our delec tlvetone aaistate sut any In the Unit ed tprbphc ought to fee able to iecBie eyi4eethkt Will deafly show waooperat s thee HUb hiebien1e j rl itrt1iit rS Tb l titC ha- vebno4e4 t i4 baitlM 1 beoniands ufiehlAsblemh1Iarie the itaWIc with the aigature or chM Hi undt j pieieiLL by reason of pirates counterfeiting the Castorla trademark This counter felting Is a crime not only against the proprietors of Castorla but against the growing generation All persons should be careful to see that Castorla bears the signature of Chas H Fletcher If they would guard the health of their children Parents and mothers in particular ought ti carefully examine the Castorla adver tisements which have been appearing In thla paper and to remember that the wrapperol every bottle of genuine Caatorla bears the facslralle signature of Chas H Fletcher under whose supervision It has been manufactured eoatlaa4sly l rover thirty years UbaIinTile RepWan Party Frederick Laadis in answering the tOattliThe Republican Party at a banquet ot the Lincoln league at Terre Haute teat week said In part Fifty years ago a woman knelt at Bunker Hill as upon sacred soil Up on her tip trembled a prayer upon her cheek Sell the African shadow In her eye was Jthe anguish of centuries She WM driven back to bondage la her tears Kar to the west lived an American gentleman His form was awkward his face was plain but In his heart was gold enough to make a thousand pagan gods He spoke This Nation cannot endure hall alive half free and as he spoke Fate stepped forth and clasped the hand of helplessness Then a political party was born born of Impatience beyond the clouds Justice was Its father and mercy was Its mother It stood beneath a banner all of white and upon that banner the world found the llllles of human lib erty The Republican party was Gds answer to slavery and Abraham Lincoln was lila prophet Grand menIloved that party thellwe love It nowIWe leve It for ita stars and Its searaJIts graves and Its glories We for its purple memories for Harpers I Ferry and Immortal John Brown for Chickamauga and George H Thomtas for Appomattox and Grant We love it for Andersovihles prison anp Its who scorned the arms of treason audI sought eternal sleep We love or these who lie In Unknown graves thisInight the missing children of for whom no etches rise no tablets peak but la whose common name common dust Is precious We love this grand oldparty be cause la the day of power it redeemeda the vow to valor given In terror because it made the Union aolIdier freedoms hoaoted guet love It because It replied torepndlac tion Alt is heresy save vanity save virtue and our promise Li as sacred aa our flag We love itIbecause it touched the wheels of try and they speed the myriad mIles of prosperity triumphant because with head erect the proudest traveler on the highway of human progress it lights tke lamp of joy In the widow of the poor proclaiming proudly to huI mankind I will care lot America the world say care for itself We tlove It because wherever civilization leads It follows and there It remains forever because it has made the eaIglee of Washington nobler than eagle of Caesar arid our flag so grands the sky would be lonesome It We love this party for pioneer eltoqueace and Richard W Thompsont for Indiana1 and Oliver P brllllaataUtesmaasblp sect James G Blame for sterling brain and Benja tutuHarrisonAnd we love it for anothers sake whose stirs within at nations beartlonow muffled drum t ifthe problems 01 the world obeyeds him The mantle of death him and be met his God as a sonI meets his father law him In his oaiktt upon his breast the Legion of Honor past his ashes the legion of woe Then from our ups with teem hung hand history took his nameI saying The name of William McKinley belongs to me In trust for ages yet unborn r A Great Mistake The story Is told oia lady of Pn laska county of a jealous disposition who suspected that her husband was In the habit ol kissing the hired girlI and raelved to detect hfm In the act After watching for attw days she saw him come home one evenIng and pass quietly into the kitchen The hired girl was out tkat evening and the kitchen was dark Burning with jealously the wile took a few matches in her hand and hastily placing a shawl on hi fVeld as the hired gilL often did entered the kitchen by the back door and immediately she wee seized and kissed and embraced In OH ardent manner With hut almost bursting the tie prepared to admin liter a terrible rebuke to her faithless spouse and tearing herself from his fond embrace struck a matchand stood face to face with the hired madI Her husband says his wife treated him so well since the firatI month they were married as she has ia the last few days BARCELONA In tI State SiegeForty Thois and Men Strike and Ser tIODSRioting Follows A Madrid dispatch says It Is ea haveltruckJua t place A state ol siege has been pro claimed The printers hive tied ii all the papers and none Is appearing- The moo attempted to sack tile market buildings and stopped all street traffic The factories and shops In the city have been dome GroBW of Women bearing banners are taking a proralBtnfpatt in the disturbances Several battalions of troops are clear lug the streets In the Chamber this afternoon General Castellanos taxed the govern ment with lack of energy In dealing with the Barcelona rioters Reply leg Senor Gonzalez Minister of the Interior said that the prefect of Barcelona was not able to send a police commissary to each of the seventy two simultaneous strikers meetings in that city After further explana tions Senor Gonzalez Introduced a bill asking the Chamber to authorize the suspension of constitutional guaranty In the province of Barcelona During the rioting at Barcelona the troops fired on the mob killing one person anti wounding twentyfour An unconfirmed telegram received here glvea the results of the charging and firing by the troops at ten killed and sixtyfive wounded p up Ingersoll a Teacber There Is an old cedar house at Fonrtk and Ferry streets Metropolis III that was partially destroyed by fire Saturday night last The structure s one of the oldest and most historic n Metropolis and In It the renowned Bob Ingersoll once taught school The place was built in the early 408 by a man named Waterman of he best cedar logs cut in the moun of Tennessee It was Stat a rca- dence but later converted latoaI room When Ingersoll taught school there was a young Sill living irltk hllI parents his father being a Presbyter an preacher there He was coasW aaeockt4aforhard dirty work He was contin ually reading and ia the summer spend considerable time up- round old Fort Massac fishing or ly around on the grass devouring It became necessary for him o do something to contribute te hill support and he took to school teaching Uncle Bobble Davlsson remem that when Ingersoll taught tie bad wkat he styled the Ingersoll Half Dollar which was a sort of medal given to the pupil to wear who stood at the head of the class It was made of a sliver half dollar and the pupils all jealously strove to win It the close of the term some oi the pupils were unable to pay their tnt ion and Bob very freely told hem not to worry that he did not care for the money While he was teaching wap also reading law and would the noon hour pouring over ome musty tat volume In good weather he would lounge oa the grass a big tree Jack of the house nd read Sometimes he would goo sleep after reading a book and upon waking could frequently repeat almost everything he had read eo good was his memory However he was not then considered anything untie In point of intellect further than hat he was thought to be a bright oung school teacher and had a great longing for engaging in debates of all He always had Ideas on every and was usually ready to ex press them In a convincing manner Convincing proof of the efficacy qfi Elys Cream Balm the greatest of ca tarrh remedies la certainly cheap A generous trial size costs but 10 clsI size 50 cts Sold by druggists everywhere or mailed by lily Bros 56 Warren Street New York 135 Mill Street Lexington Ky- Messrs Ely flrosAher giving your Cream Balm a trial I can truly say I feel very much benefited by Its use and shall continue to rise tbyI purchasing from our druggist here Mrs W B Daniel a OS OElXABean 1I IIM ttba lI Jewish Colonization The leaders of the Zionist move ment anticipate Important develop meets as the result of the visit oi Dr Theodore Herri of Vienna president of the Zionist congress recently Held at Bathe Switzerland Constantino pie Dr Herzl wasanranloned the Yildlz palace by a special telegram from the sultan and is now riegotla ing with the sultan for the acquisition concessions ia Palestine permitting the unimpeded immigration and se tlement of Jews there Dr HerC1s demands Include charter granting some simple form of home rule and L I 1 the opening of the sultans clown laads to Jewish colonization a reprtf the Jewish colonization EtatiVeOf which was endowed by Hirsch with a C sun ol money talso at ConltatlnoI pl t which Is taken to signify that the trMtees of the Baron Hirsch fund arl sheet to concentrate their resources njSen Palestine to L Literary Notes The Constitution of the United States ol America has put a new anug into the Ward citicenahlp LTkVklgh ideals of the father of our try have laid the foundations of Injwcka way that 4etdeua Uckrmiaded aaibi foul men and women of all nations have flocked to our ahores The PrCI lloSgInew fields of usefulness and power have given to American citizenship a fresh inspiration toward true living and great accomplishment The high sentiments of our Chief Executive In his address The New Citizen printed in The Youths Companion are fittingly published in the Washingtons Birthday Number George Washington by his pure life and wise conservatism and ambition for the new country fairly won his title of Father of his Country Theodore Roosevelt the best exponent of our twentieth century activity has equally high ideals for the nation and IB this address and In his life he lays particular stress on the Individ ual his stewardship his usefulness in hose and public life Washington aad Lincoln led our nation over its most difficult paths It has been left In recent years for such sea U Theodore Roosevelt to embody the highest ideals of private and public citizenship To tile Departed One The following tribute to the memo ryof a departed wife written by Mr R A Miller an old aad honored citizen of Horse Breach appeared ieIcently in the Caneyvllle Hustler It is a beautiful Illustration of conjugal love ripening and mellowing in theI evening time of life My loving wife she used to atandI Just by aty cottage door at darkIWaiting to kiss me when I caeI i some Hick evening kem my w rk1Her eyes were like twojovely stars That shine in heavens aw blueIMy dear shed see Im hereJIm looking out for outShe was my J6yatiy hearts dettgtitI In those days load gone by1 And as Im thinking oer the pelt A tear conies ia eleye She calls ao mote when I conic homecAloft she used to do My dear you see your darlings here Im looking out for you Alas how lonely aow my life As through tkewprld roam Since no sweet voice calls out to seITo bid me welce chouecNo loving arms thrown sound mel now No eyes so sweet and true No voice calls out from cottage door Im looking out for you Yet oh wha comfort lu the thought That when Im called away From toils below to joys above In the eternal day That there shall meat me at the gate Just as Im passing through My dear shell call with her sweet voice Im looking out for you I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a umber of years and have no healtancyla saying that It 1s the test remedy for coUghs celds and cfoap have ever used ia my1 famlly I haye not words to express my coDA dence in this Remedy lira J AIMooiej North Star Mick Per sale by druggists m It Wills Every Time The stationery printed at this office last month Is giving the best latlsfncI tion Last week we printed one thousand statements for a teen andI by their aid he collected a small forI tune Two months ago a teats bought of us some Lee paper and envelopes to use when writing to his sweetheart and sow he Is married Another yonngt man forged a name on a check printed at this office and Is In the penitentiary Another young man stole some pf our paper to make ciga rettes with he ia dead A young lady bought some of our paper to cudIher hair on and now she has a We have only a few packages of this kind In stock By using our eta tionery a person can collect old ac counts tell fortunes make rain chaage the color of hair have teeth extracted without pain dud out the future kusbaador wife be successful in business triumph over enemies and get elected to offices Give us aj call Office hours from 7 a tato61 pa STRIKING POINTS In the Presidents Review of iii SampsonSchley Con troversy agIion of the Schley case- In am setlfied that on the wh jnstlceI +ny cOmdemned the failure to enforce an efficient blockade at Santiago while Rear Admiral Scbley was In cOm- mand There Is a remarkable Milt whetekueklyd1doi 3itrmove his squadron with snftclen t ex t edltloa from port to port The court Is a unit ia condemning Admiral Schleys action on the pointwhere It stems to me he most gravely erred his retrograde movements when ke abandoned theblockade and disobedi ence of orders and misstatements of facts in relation thereto- It certainly seems that If Admiral Schleys actions were censurable ne should not have been left as second in command under Admiral Sampson His offenses Were in eflect condOn P when he was not called to account tor themThe court could have considered the question of command who was1 en titled to the credit for the victory but as a matter of fact it unanimously1 excluded evidence oBered upon them and through Its president announced its refusal to hear Admiral lplOIa side at all and In view of such exclu lion the majority of the with entire propriety in not xpreilsI lug any opinion on these point The New York was in platO sight and not very much farther heteastermoet blockade IhipS than latter weie tote the Brooklyn which was the westernmost of the line As soon asthe Spanish ship aprpasted the five big Amerlcah block aders started toward them In accotdt ance with the standing orders of AdIthirst SampioneTechnically Sampton commanded the fleet and Admiral Schley as nan al the western division The actual fact the important feet Is that after the battle was joined nOt a helm Was shitted not a gun waa fired not a pound of steam was put on Ia tkeea glee room aboard any ship actlvele engaged in obedience to the order otIeither AdmiralSampson or Admiral Schley save on they own two vessel was a captains fight Sitar as the actual fight was concerned neith Sampson nor Schley In fact exer cised any command The loop seriously marred theI Brooklyns otherwise excellent record being In fact the one grave mistake made by any American ship that dayThere Is no excuse from either side for any further agitation of this e unhappy controversy In Memory of Frank Morris Oa the morning of the lothof Jan aaty 1909 the windows of heaven opened and the death angel visited earth and claimed for Its own Frank Morris By the death of this young man a shadow has been thrown cover he community where he hiveda For the last five or six years he OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure BloOd All the blood In your body passes throughzyour kidneys once overt three merits es a ter the waste Impurities the blood II they are or out of order they tall to do their work Pains aches andrheu matum comefrorn excess of the blood due to m- Kidney kidney trouble trouble causes quick or unsteady thougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood veins arteries It used to be considered Ihatonly urinary kidneybutall constitutional diseases have their beginning In kidney trouble If are sick can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys mild Kllmer1SwmpRoottbo soon realized It stands the highest for ha- wonderfulcures of the most distressing and Is on Its IIItY1cent yourblood out sick uric nell cied and you you The cases sold may acid sample bottle by mall nm Boo free also pamphlet telling you how tied out you have kidney bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer ea Blnghamfon Y- WICHEIIERS E- PENNYRQYAL ti co or In t i to If or fc N I a vt rl fl A1wrirtUVU EA4t uMkDraqfa a r tuICHKs IUUILHK aM 014 BMaW buss MlM with MM 11100 Tk RO lr StofkM 4u TM sbsdUu =1J1 57 otpouT- Ot Sfld mps lot rUuiaru TUI- aIs aDd Rur LmdI MI- b7 VrlLS TnUmomUU Wit 17 anroniaria OBIBMIOAL CO- at nees sMiiMv rstuju ri-p a had made his home with the family of hlsnncle Mr J B Mitchell and In aeme I family have learned to love him as true arid loving brother and son An how hard It was for them to give him up and see him no more while hex upon earth He leaves a vacan chair In that home that can never be efilledaad as the days mouths and years go by that family will eva r have a sacred memory of him Yes even little John the one he loved so well will remember him Pranks parents are dead and he has two In heaven and two on earth The two living areAllceand B maaad kVw feebieare words tojcar ry lO1 Ja toHheie healfsTherea4- ad by the deatk of tk lr dear brother one whom they have loved from childhood But der girls live for God and la a few more fleeting years yon will be an unbroken family In heaven About One year ago Frank made professfori of religion at old Massado ala aada few months later joined the samecharch He was a young man loved by all who knew him and had no bad habits but had a kind and loving word foall Hts age waa 22 years 4 months and 15 days He talked scarcely any before he died us be could not talk above a wh leper but tie bad a pleasant expression on his face his eyes shown brightly and the last words be whispered were Lay me by them Besides his two sisters he leaves quite a namber of relatives and frineds to mourn his loss So slstets rela tives and friends Prank Is only sleep- Ing and when the angel sounds the trump that time shall be no more he will be permitted to enter the pearly and live with the blest of od- oiever and forever A COUSIN Earthquake Kills 2000- A Bakn Transcaucasia dispatch ays Details which are slowly arriv lug at Baku from Shamaka show hat 2000 persons mostly women nd children perished as result ot the earthquake recently and that 4000 houses were destroyed Thirty1 our villages of tIle country surrounding Sbamaha afio suffered To add to the terrors of the nelgh ofMarUiout Into active eruption A great has appeared whence 1m B8 lames and atreamabf lava are being thrown out The conrseof the River Geoachalka has been altered la consequence of Its bed being dammed with earth which has been disturbed by the earthquake Battalions of guards aad detach with tents have been dispatch ed to Shamaka to aid In the work of rescue Hashs Estimate of Hanna GOT Geo K Nash of Ohio de late Senator Hanna out of the presi dential nee auel says that Ohioans with practical naaalmlty look forward to the reJloslll tloi of Theodore RooseveltNeither politicians generally said Gov Nash nor Senator Hanna himself so far as I am aware are con sidering aa among the probabilities r even possibilities his running President Roosevelt for the next Republican nomination However no one can tell wh t will be the developments of the next three years Certain Ills that Seaaror Hennas much stronger yes ten times stronger with the people than he when he was elected Senator In 897ox do not consider myself among the possibilities for the vice presidency When 1 have finished my pres eat two yeats gubernatorial term I wish and expect to retire from public life to the practice of my profession law Sayaad tbenrat wes Dods little angels isnt wd Yelk lisped tbesecond but we hunt dot any feathers on uth like the ittle angilsmy mamma showed me in a picture book Well we had oncedont oo know pUlledemhere What orchid Him do that So we couldnt fy up in the trees when our mammas afltue to come aad be washed Philadelphia Tele graph The lllly la the symbol of purity not so much because it Is pure as be cause it can not be adulterated IS Abandoned farms are evidences of tack ofskill and Industry on the part oIbeli former occupants The fact beeamadeajore farms are abandoned because of InIJvidualpay more than for lack of capacity of the soil a Some fellows never try to break themselves of bad habits until they are broke Muck of the trouble in this world Is doe to the fact that Ignorance tint bhlu aaa Ii JVAlUE OF KINDNESS aBY 1U 1i IITIE lxAnlewztso1 0 BUapeepedtree tops the earth welcomes hia goldeati Tls a countenance that brjngs joy ta the world day by day Often dark clouds gather and toll hiding his smiling face and casting a gloomy appearance but the earth ceases re pining for behind the clouds Use KB still shines awaiting therbreiklag of the clouds and the azure of the sky The clouds bid one sOother good byefor they know not wkea agate rlhtywin meet but the sun so faith fnt and strongjcoaiH baek o cheer the world TJs f sweet joy he brings to the green glass ind the modeatflQwers as they peep from beneath the dark lIuaIgentle touch lightens the tinge of the little birds while fllttingfroB object to object singing sweet apags to express joys that cannot otherwise be told The value of kindness Is to the human race as the value ot sunshine Is to the earth Smiles soothe Ute brow and drown sorrow Frowns crush love and accumulate fear Godjjlty the innocent child that Is taught to tremble at the voice of the and is deprived sf the neceseltjea of Its love for the world Had all Gods children been taught to love and obey instead of their young and ten der thoughts being marred with unkind words the love that Godgave them would today be doing deeds of honor and kindness Could we honor all the vicissitudes of our fortunes life would be too full of hope and fear exultation or disappointment to af ford us a single hour of true serenity We know not whea a phantom of wealth wilt cast a golden hue upon our life nor when poverty will and lead us into the streets to Hirer the unavoidable winds sweeping from the cold regions where mortals not exist and to wonder from building to building with a facethat OBftfwas full of dignity but now fallen to tke divine hand of some halfaaayifapa thixlag soul who knows sot the eigka and suferngs of tire boseiWOIl- who wouldnt rather quietly sleep aad dream Ofthe souHdtlst will awaken and call him toth pearly gatea and enter upon the goldea streets of paradise where all tejoy than for his life to He at thMeIcies oi unkindness upholdingkindness worthy of appredaUoaoae must bestow something abeV ieor dinary upon his fellowmaa bat take no heed to the little deeds ofkieass ibatcan be sown dally warBMdtwItk the sunshine of thesbal sujEBctently to bring forth afield of friends as a rich harvest I THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which DallyInNo Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasantand Post tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease sad set weakness A body filled With and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of latK Icating liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing anderadkat Ing this poison and destroying tke craving for Suerera may now cure themselves at koaie without publicity or loss of time from leColdafter many years of close studyand treatment of Inebriates ful use according to directions of thla wonderful discovery la positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how bard a drinker Our records show the marveloaa transformation of thousands ofDrunk duprightWives cure your husbands 1 ChIN ThlaJemtd specific for this dlxease only anti la preparedthatpleasant to the taste BO that Itcan ke given In a cup of tea or coffee with pCrsontakIng cure themselves with this remedy and as many more have been byhavingloving friends and relatives without tefruclbdrinking of their own free wllkt Do not wait Do not be deluded byap ImprovementDrive all time The The Home Gold Cure Is sold at ih extremely low price of Ope Dollar thus placing atltomenting f26 to 50Pul1 dlrectlees accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Beat prepaid to any part of the oa receipt of one dollar Address Dept I B Giles Company 8jjo PhllsdftlphtaAll aklal r 4 T N LI S lt i c rn Hartford Rejub1ic iS IiwtdTIdavi b UfIilod d co eCtild uIoteii4ilHiitedpotolfitiistecoBiclitsiralinalt r zZQtJCcuzIcrlMJIItouCh 1VrMzzJXO II TJlOlANIUror = t i FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 Salutatory With this Issue we nail our name Jo the mainmast of THE HARTFORD f lErDuiJCAN AVntch her sail LFraternallyr JKO H THOMAS Y L k THE Nicaragua Cttnal is Kill a dii 1 tant Vision 1 fu TIlE United States Senate has be Jicome a great pugilistic training school 0 ISNT it about time England was heralding another celebration to com numerate the close of the Boer weld IF the Kentucky Senators t engage in t wrap on the floor ofii Senate look out for ehuotin irons J TCFCI CHARLIE should emigrate toSouth Carolina He would be in lmevfor promotion to the United y 4 States Senate I 41J tIa or1 receiving a hearty welcome in this country that will do much to win vfor the United States the good will of the German people RoN A S Bennett our Representative in the Lower House of the General Assembly is demonstrating his fitncis to represent Ohio county by his active opposition to the prom gate extravagance of the DemocraticI majority LEE TCRXER of Quarter House lame has been arrested in Tennessee and refuses to return to Kentucky without a requision from the Govern 1 or of this State Turner is not afraid 4 of conviction by the Kentucky courtlI X but wants to go to South Carolina and stand for election to the United States Senate LAST week we gave tiouth Carolint credit for secondiugAwful I attempt to make an ass of himieltbut Senator Tillman wai not satisfied to play second fiddle to Kentucky in the donkey business and he shed Senatorial blood in a fisticuff with his colleage on the floor of the Senate Chamber Saturday TOE Maryland and So thCaroltnae Senators have made recently some Wwetfuland convincing arguments on of the Senate in favor of electing the representatives in that august body by popular vote How ever AwfuP Charlies argument in the lower house against popular elec tions was powerful and canviNing VAsu1nTther birthday last Sat urday was not generally observed throughout the country This birthday business is cumulative and is going to become I burdensome A few Jars hence we shall have to observe the birthdays of Wheeler Tillman Wellington etc If the observance must be kept up we should arrangeI to have our future great men groupe so as to have a great number of thei born on tb same day Jin LON ROGERS whom we suc ceed in the edItorialmanagement 01f THE hARTFORD REPOJILICAN does not at this time intend to engage again in newspaper work Mr Rog era is a writer of splendid ability and jBUrrenders a bright journalistic future to engage in another lino of worka He has made THE REIUULICAN a bright newsy paper and made a vlga oroua defense of Republican principles Mr Rogers deserves to eucceedT in any business in which ho may en gage and our best wishes follow hiniu into his new field of work THE people over the county should rejoice with the good people of Fords ville over the happy termination of the school embrollo at that place No ordinary calamity could have so in jured and so dwarfed the business inte tercsts of that town Now that the- o of trouble is ended all sensible people evshouldto the educational eminence which itli thleftand town as to continue the unprofit Bill abe agitation For the adjustment the LSuperintendentstand left the disputants only tbo althtentative ot compromise th IN numerous international yacht races tbo superior skill of American yacht builders over those of Europede has been illustrated thcentlyJond of decided he Seliket beAmerican Jjdependselection decided to have his yacht built over here As an evidence of good will toward the German people it WM decided to hara Miss Alice be I 1 H IiIIJ I8tqell dauguiter of the irelid ntj christen the craft by breaking a bottle of wino across its bows In order to reciprocate our expression of goodwill theGerman Emperor sent over his brother Prince Henry as his per sonal representative to tho christenir celebration It Iafter all just little internationalsocial aHair and there is really no occasion to get ei cited about it BKUNQ peacefully inclined we r gret to find it necessary in our first issue to inflict a little punishment upon our neighbor the Hartford Herald but the old girls hysteric al attempt to flirt with cxGoyern or Bradley renders such a course nee essary Mr Bradley takes her effusions of love and affection entirely too serious The oldlflirt is continually essaying to play the role of a heartbreaker and whenever she finds a prominent Republican appar ently a little out ofjoint with his political consort she plys her wily a to widen the breach Governor Bradley is a man of profound thought and wide experience andwe are lur- be prised that he responded to the wooing and cooing of the Herald mash er It is due the Governor to inform him that the old girl sleeiP with the pictures of Beckbam Blackburn and Cantrill on her bosom every night and tacks the Governors up in the woodshed We could r produce her opinion of Mr Bradley along in the 90s but we believe the expo ure sufficien- tExpulsionShould be the Penalty The Senate owes it to Itself to its dignity and character it owes it to the nation ot which it is in part t representative it owes it to the sovereign States by whom its members are elected to expel Senators Tillman and McLaurin There have been heretofore scenes In the Senate that were improper there have been col loquys that were indecorous debates have sometimes assumed the form and tone of pothouse scraps This is an excellent and proper occasion to assert its power and punish such brutal behavior Public business aught to be conducted with courtesy good manners and good temper We are not a nation of bullies and bruisers do not believe In the vernacular ot he fish woman and the manner of touts Both Senators transgressed the rules of debate the rules pi pro prlety aad each deserves expulsion The charge of Tillman was nodoubt falseno doubt hewn to him to be false but II true the floor of the Senate and the midst of a debate was not the place or time to make such a cb rge McLantln was justified In entering an emphatic and earnest denial and demanding the censure of the Senate upon his colleague but he was not justifiable in using the Ian guage be did on the floor of the Sen ate and the personal assault on Till man was wholly inexcusable there Can not the Senate rise to the dt manda of the occasionIThe old code duello was far preferable to this exhibition of modern chlv airythis coarse denunciation followed by a vulgar fisticuff this brutal fight fn the Senate chamber The Senate ought to have expelled them promptly Saturday afternoonthe expulsion ought to have been unan U mous without division on patty lines We do trust that no Southern Senator no Democratic Senator will partynir duty of the day There never was any possible meter that could measure the harm done the outh by the unfortunate assault on Senator Sumner by Preston Brooks The South is not represented by elth er Tillman or McLaurin in this coarse encounter And any Southern Sena tor who does not promptly repudiate ny sympathy with It woefully mis represents his StateLexlngton Her Id Something special Sure thing he Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean and this paper 133 for one year Ask s what it means n p p The Celebration Washington Keb 22 Washing tons birthday was signalized in the United States Senateby a flst fightJ The day set apart by the nation to af lord the American people opportunity pay fitting tribute to the memory the first President was the occasion one of the most sensational scenes er enacted in the Senate chambers The two Senators from South Caro na were the active participants In e affray Mr Tillman In the course a speech upon the Philippine Tariff made serious reflections uponc honor of his colleague Mr tccaurin In brief he charged that hisf te in support of the ratification of e treaty of Paris had been castt rough the exercise of improper in fluencestIlls statement was developed inccolloquy between him and Mr Sposn ot Wisconsin Mr Tillman at first clined to mention names but when e Wisconsin Senator reminded him at he owed it to bimeelf to the nate and to the country tolname i e man Mr Tillman indicated that referred to his colleague train uth Carolina 1thattlously I will leave the Senator toIfight that ontwltb his colleague II 1 1ri y comtiilttM Work bat htf wssrsghtftr and appeared Jdst as1 irr Tillman con tlnu d hiSs speech Pale as ashes Mr McLaurin rose to address the Senate speaking to a question of personal privilege He reviewed Mr Tillmans charges briefly statementaas a malicious and deliberate lie cScarcely had the portentous words fallen from his lips when Mr Till 00man sitting a few seats from him with Mr Teller of Colorado between them sprang at him Mr McLaurin who had turned toward Mr Tillman met him halt way and in an instant the two Senators having swept Mr Teller aside were engaged in a rough andtumble fight Mr McLaurin reo celved a heavy blow on the forehead while Mr Tillman got a bad punch on the nose which brought blood Assistant Sergeant atArms Laylon sprang over desks to reach and epa rate the combatants and himself reo calved several blows He got be- rt tween them final Yland by main strength wrenched them apart Sen ators Warren of Wyoming and Scott of Wet Virginia two of the most 10hisof the belligerent Senators and forced them into their seats sIntense excitement prevailed In the Senate and galleries which were throiged with people who had been attracted by the spirited debate Eve erybody was on his feet Nut a word however was spoken Senators stood about the chamber for the moment quite helpless and pale to the lips Finally order was restored partially and in the midst of intense excitement the Senate went into executive session IeFor two hours the Senate discnssed the event behind closed doors When the doors were opened it was made known that both of the South Carol na Senators by unanimous vote had been declared to be in contempt of the Senate They were permitted by a vote of the Senate to make apologies to the Senate These statements were listened to by the Senators and the people in the galleries with breathless interest Senator Tillman left the Capitol when adjournment was taken for reo cess and did not return for the night session Senator McLauran was I the chamber about 8 oclock but lelt early Neither Senator when seen at his home would make a statement Prevalency of Kidney Trouble So prevalent and deceptive is kid ney trouble that It very olten becomes well advanced before It Is even supect ed thereof lt behooves all to be on the lookout Should you be ill or not feeling well it would be wise to first pay attention to the kidneys and as certain if they are the cause of your trouble A simple method of finding out your kidneys are at fault has often been called to the attention of ou readers through Dr Kilmers Swamp Root advertising in the columns of this paper and it is now repeated for the benefit of those who may be inter ested Viz Fill a bottle with urine and set aside for twentyfour hours c so and if it shows a brickdost sedl ment or cloudy appearance or if it found necessary to go often the day or get up many times dunn the night you may be sure your neys need attention Alter careful inquiry we find Kilmers Swamp Root the great ney liver and bladder remedy is rc markable success in the quick relic and cure of the diseases for which I is recommended There is hardly a drug store in the land that does not keep and highly recommend this eel ebrated preparation for kidney liver and bladdertroubles By special arrangement every red er of this paper may have a sample bottle ot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot by snail free If they have not al ready had one by sending their ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co BIngham- ton N Y Miss Stone Released Constantinople Feb 26 Miss El len 11 Stone the American mission ary who with Mme Tsllka vas captured by brigands in the district ol Salonika September 3 last has been released nnd arrived at Strnmlta Macedonia at 3 oclock this morning Nobody was at Strumltza to medI Miss Stone as the brigands hnd given no indications where they proposed to release the prisoners Mme Tsllka and her baby were also released at t eI eine time They are all well Miss Stone immediately made herself known to the authorities at Strumllza The first news ot Miss Stones re lease was contained in a telegram re- elved by Mr Dickinson the Amen an consul general at Constantinople rom the American vice cdnsnl at Salloulca The telegram gives no ol the releasesAs near railroad Miss Stone will pro eed to Salonika without delay Your Tonguea If its coated otirstomach tsorder Aycrs Pills will clean o your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver righttEasy to take easy to J5e All drureUti Wan JuurtJlulIlMho or Iwir4 a beauUJul i- browuorrlchbukt renutBUCKINGHAMS r n o 0 P II t4 N LI WITHDRAWN TlUman Persona Non Grata at White House South Carolinian Defends Con duct on Saturday LieDi rect the First Blow Washington Feb 24 Thb President I today withdrew his Invitation extended to Senator Tillman of South Carolina to attend the dinner give n tonight in honor of Prince Henry ol Prussia at the White House It Is stated that this action on the part of the President was made necessary from the fact that It was due to the occurrences On the thor of the senate last Saturday when the Senator from South Carolina was declared In contempt ol the Senate Senator Martin of Virginia a memo ber of the committee on haval nflalrs acceptedan invitation in Mr Till mans place The Invitation Wa extended originally to Mr Tillmar wl jug to the jact that be Is the rat iiI minpiity member ot the naval ttaI committee There was a sensational sequel to the decision of the President to ellati nate Senator Tillman from the list ot dinner guests The President tent for Senator Cockrell ot Missouri and asked him as a fried and Democratic colleague of Mr Tillman to suggest to the latter the propriety of withdrawing his acceptance of the dinner invitation The President explained bis attitude in the matter and said that in view ot the contempt proceedings Mr Tillmana presence would not only be an aflront to the senatei but a discourtesy to Prince Henry Mr Cockrell accepted the commission and later telephoned to the President that Mr Tillman absolutely refused to withdraw his acceptance in re sponse to the Presidents suggestion The President immediately canceled the invitation in a note he dispatched directly to Mr Tillman shortly before noon Simultaneously Senator Martin of Virginia was Invited to take Mr Tillmans place at the dinner s the next ranking Democratic member ofthe senate naval affairs committee The following is the letter from then White House withdrawing Mr Till mans invitation to dine there to night White House Feb 24 The President regrets that he is compelled to withdraw the Invitation to you to dine tonight at the White House Very truly yours GEORGE B CORTKLYOU Secretary to the President Commenting upon tho letter Mr Tillman says The President of course has the right to invite any one be chooses to otherICwithdraw such invitation As I am Irnot conscious of having done an thing personal or official which the President the right to Insult givesI am surprised at his action The tation to the dinner ta ne to me un sought and unexpectedly and So far Iras the withdrawal la concerned it Is a matter of absolute indlflerence me whichhPresidentIthe senate I come from a country obUgatoryI InJtto a duel That was once the custom I but it is now obsolete in the United States and we have been forced as a people here to cling to the old Anglo Saxon rule considering tnet lie dl rect as the first blow and no man could bold up his head in decent society should he being near enough to anSwer the He with a blow not give it Prince lIenryiNew York Feb 23 PrlncejHenry of Prussia representative of his brother the Emperor of Germany at the launching of the sovereigns Amen canbuilt yacht reached Neiy York today and wan cordially welcqmed as- a guest of the nation The lapd bat teries that guard the outer harborI sounded the first greeting In derous salute of twentyoncguns the rifles of a special naval squadron assembled In his honor reechoed the tsentimentfrom the representatives of President Roosevelt the army the navy ands the city ol New York and a gieali crowd lined the way into the see and cheer the sailor Prince of Germany The great storm againrt which the Kron Print Wilhelm had struggled for days and which had glazed tht Atlantic coast in the armor of ice had ort its force and resigned its sway to sunshine and cheery blue akleqp o there were no regrets that the guest was a lull day late for the enter tainment provided lot him Prince Henry attired in the uni form of an Admiral of the Germin and surrounded by his naval nd military stall in brilliant tvnilorm stood on the bridge of the liner A he naval tug drew nearer to the side f the steamship Prince Henry and i Hear Admiral Evans caught sight of ach other anil exchanged Intormal i alutes The distance from steamer o tug was too great for conversation hofcevcr As the two vessels with a flotilla of tugs and official craft moved n past Fort Wadsworth the first of he salutes of twentyone guns waa fired I As the first gun sounded the Prince II T OJ i c CATARRHThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and I astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the Put to snake it boil Trite these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus Taking cold is tIne first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration anti the poisonous acids and vapors which pass oft through the skin are thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin trcH1tlcitIt inflattiniationt and excessive flow of mucus uuchofwliichisabsorbed into the blood and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the cars u that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the circulation all offensive matter and when rich pure- blood is again coursing through the body the unicorns membranes become healthy and the skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is effected S S S n stricti vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stomach ami digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood antI skin diseases sent on application t TUG SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta do I advanced to the end of the bridge of the Kron Prlng Wilhelm and stood at bigisfications he touched his cap In salute and the members of his suite did like- wIse The flag at the jackstafl ot ti Krdn Prinz was dipped and the German naval baud accompanying the Prince played The Star Spangled Banner The guns of Fort Wads worth were not silent before those across the narrows at Fort HamiltonIboomed out their salute ceremony was over tHe IZ was stopped and the Nina hauled around to her port side and Rear Ad mlral Evans and his staff boarded her The passengers were gathered on the main deck and there was a hearty cheer as the Rear came up the gangway AdmiralI Doafnoss Cannot bo by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ca There is only one way to cure ness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lln ISInl of the Eustachian Tube this tube gets inflamed you WbenI rumbling sound or Imperfect and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the infhma j tlon can be taken out and this restored to its normal condition hearI ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dltion of the mucous surfaces i We will give One Hundred Dollars ylcatanrbCatarrh Cure Send for circulars j reekF J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best A good Methodist and a good Bip tlst says an exchange got to telling dreams to each other one night at a church social I dreamed I was I I heaven and saw no Baptists 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all tho way from 25 to 50 per lent below tho regular figures But this opportunity T J will not last longwe really cant aflbrd it if yoti are interested bettor coma at once 2 anyer3is The Ecnomy Dry Goods Store j Hartford iItttStatelerc 1jno WE Grinstead Cove Daugberty 5111 S School Far Co J T Wal lace a 5112 Bayllis Bros Co C Chick 5113 ARnglehardSonaviCDChick 5114 Beaver Dim Deposit Dank vi W C Smith 51r5J W Ford G c Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk For Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many differ ent medicines for atomath trouble and constipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had as good results from any as from Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For tale by all druggists m po O0L ST023XA-aBtan y its Lind Yos Kai JtI 8rLOOk 6L at the Date j On you label and you can readily calculate how much you arc owing on your subscription It may seem a- very small item to each ono in arrears but tho sum total amounts to a considcral sum and wo need it in our business Dont put it off but pay it If you cant pay all that you owe at once pity whatever part can and say when you can pay ithq balance If you are in need of upto date Stationery acme to THB REPUBLICAN office For and service always A pair Own250 shoes Dollar youll receive J2purclisslnt a pair ol these duro tile best the Spring ryou you had Ky U vs vs D Vfl Weterfield you cOiEnJniL c 2 1AWEEK IO4Timesayearn J VRlIfA1to brt paperpobftabedla Ik Ialtid HUtM for DtaorraU aid for AlL rradtra ItIatieqoIo1may Darn and Ik apnlorot U ottr BxtlVTrtkllM or SVekII llnr Wmlmon KJItnr Tb iididj lull li d ToU l to REffH flh11Eit5tb8aturd7 IMU U JnoW to IkcIIOMK Bmptco i laU oaappll ottoa Addrm TUB fUVUICKJOlK NALVOLoiiaD Ey- flyapcta1arraamat joa coo cttbRCPOHLIUAN aad tb TWICEAWEKK COVKIERJOUUNAL botb on tier for only tlaoT- kta Is fur cath iibMrlptloa oily Alt sib wrlptloB Oudn thi eoDblnalloB offtrnattb Mat throuftbt The Rtpnbllrcn oBle When you lack energy do not ret ish your food feel dull and stupid at ter eating all you need Is a dose of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets They wilt make you feel like anew man and give you an appetite like a bear For sale all L ristsmtI0 YEARS- EXPEflIENCE TRAOEMAIWIIC fcvYTtIstsiyouieklj f UOn ttcta4rIIuuiDOoEoarueU 1Kit taatatfU aU no10t4IRmrkawArdJoalt7atr a ItiwidenUCfletaroidssj JIra Olllce PBtWIaboatoa 11 V RentucKys tf Greatest Newspaperp Dally One Year 312 Copies IVY Lta rate LESS THAN tc A DAY The 8Iuat Brlfbttit nd But P p r la USoutbrn OC 16 pigu dally 20 aid 4pa a a 3atorJ inacSOMETHINGRATES BY nAIL ONLY 5oIITHE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY I jjjjj jjuu LADIES ho1 it tbIO tho spring w vo are now prepared to show thorn our lines of Em- broideriesS JV India Linens Bleached Muslins Percals g C1 Fancy White Goads Ginghams Etc Prices nro now t i J nowfbIo bIoINice Dress StylesGingliarns8c JC1 Good Apron ChockGingliams5o L fl Good Sea Island rcnlsl0c bIo t 5oI It bIo bIo Ik Wo can only givo an idea of how prices runt 1Call on us und wo will show you qualities that willjj provo to you that ourpricershut out competition Hi i r 41 bIo C1 Spring ioioxy finndgHosieryOutwears two pairs of any other brand Make your Horiery bill less by buying this brand which is sold only by us J Ladies solid black and fancy hose in jj 4ChklfOoRoeUord plain and laco stripea big assortment J HOIlsrCampaay select fromprico running from 3c C1 to 5Pc per pair 1 Mens Fancy HalfHose 15c to 40c 4 Mens black Hoso Gc to 25c bIo 1Seethem in our show windows t4i jj Bear in mind that we are clearing out our entire tline of Winter Goods at COST lUg Bargains 8 3are now being offered by us Call and be convinced 41 THE PLACE IS 41 bIo 1J tC1 j 41 1 F- I iJ n i ac 3 t I c Hartford RepublicanS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 38 Drink Cocoa delicious Singer Office In Fresh of Cranberries at SUber Office Hitching nnm tree at B B Collins Cod atableDCucumber Pickles extra fine Singer Office a Mr Herman Mansy Lwermore was In town SundayflMrjM L Heavrin was yule first of the week Fresh Oysters and Celery always on hand at Singer Office All klnftj ol ale Cakea and Crack 4 era Ireahf at Singer Office Mr A M Acton Salphut Sptings was a pleasant caller TuesdayI Fresh Fish and Oysters served dar I r lug court at Singer Office Mr Wilbnrn Tinsley of near BeJa V has moved his family to town Is MrJ M Moore Beaver Dam call- aed to see us while in town Monday- s1 4 Circuit Clerk S A Anderson Is ant i fering of a carbunkleonhls hands CL JLR Wedding wilt go to f c i Rockpett today OB legal buAlaess Letuona Bananas Pears I f cr CocoaDut8RDdApplcttatSlsgerOIlce qMlaS Artie Wilaoa haa been on the p sick lilt this week but is Improving ff Mr Gus Riley cashier of the bank at Livermore visited lila parents here i Sundiy I r 0 r TiE TOUCH D ESIT faD llOn Pliutiera are Jib yow othiu j friepd they hate to Ie you In pain or Ia wenm MId are dogtlr4 hearing yo eomplinaboutitluid kappr TbeycandoLIn4IidOk- Trj th 011 VIIIt for y ouh or cold you SDbltwnoIedilaot any bothsrthg or aie or p4th lldn or Unr Poalbljreom oldtof mwcnUr ihenmatUm teaden a leg worth only hll now or- Dlthng thtnIIkM the michlna WOrk slow the motion at 4 clapaBeDlOnllorOullaatuouarelOIthe i plutrnot the sort thM go os your a eat pu I riaWOL Tkeii- II ndpeed relief In lbs WIeC them iooth r remed no MI i tar bow ade or how ejOled toWtfcy to lIve la the fame attest with Ben ions PlastMS Puns sad UtaeMameet awayunder them U a sheet ot tea deem ua der You oaaae tet H I the watMr but you can lwaya fl the effect of Bensoma KatUwiM U t reiea th eSect or aho bnaklaet fo m1 stomeb BAMk ki tJ ubetltateev Get tie cmifteJ LdweJ Or IS will prepaya e OB say j umbordtdSu WeI Il1 Stlu11rJIru pfr j Q tThat this is season to do their sowing i you 9 to solid bIo bIo C1 i lot Try our Mince Meat so nice iugar Office I Use Grpenuta and Postnm Coffee aid get well Singer Office Nicest and freshest line of Candles Hartford at Singer Office I Messrs Jesse and Free Miles oft Trlsler were In towx Monday C It Martin Jeweler and watc- hakerat Williams drug More I Mr S A Bratchtr Matanzu was I very pleasant caller Tuesday Remembetyoa caU get the nicest tct Lunch la Hartford at Singer Of ee Ames Buggies the best on theI market for sale by A Co TaylSr Hartford Kr Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for special bargains ml Buggies and Wagons I Cream Brick and Limburger Cheese Bologna Sausage and Bone less Ham at Singer Office Miss Marie little daughter ol Mr lull Mrs ton Black of near Horton seriously ill ol typhoid fever Wagons Buggea Ehaetons Surriea nd all other kinds of vehicles for ale byAC Taylor Hartford Ky Mr W D Moore has Moved hiI ck ot groceries Into the house re- ently vacated by Capt J G Keown Caraea Broa will move their stock of groceries Into tkeboase formerly occupied by W D Moore the latter art of this week Our restaurant department will be running over with good things to eat during Circuit Court Call and see us Singer OBce Messrs Aryls Wedding and Eslie Blacklock two enterprising young men ofNarrows comMunlty left for Arkansaslastweek t When you come to Circuit Conrt eave your horse at B B Collins Cos stable Careful attention given stock left with them Mrs Sara Collins Smith wlll leave o morrow for Cincinnati and Eastern atockjIfbrhermammothistpre Mr A Lo Steveas and WIN Prn le bennett both oltkei No Creek elgU borhood wire tttarried Wednesday Rev 01Bean officiating Wehaye ju ttoPupaot of pound prints and and white and abu same 1CT- PatteraiCuaoCo Mr Owen Williams Crawley La Is piadlBg theweek with friends in Hartford Owens many friends here an glrlwrhlm a heady welcome to his oMk niL t Colds 4 I hid a terrible cold end could AyerCherry mediate reliefW Layton SIdell Ill coughbeably For its first a cold then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and at last consumption Coughs always tend downward Stop this bytakingtoral Three beitll6tfeti AlKnnttt ItthkeeLvJ aLynn C04 Lowell Yeas Call on Carson Bros for Groceries Circuit Court will begin Jiere next I Monday Mrs T C Bean of Dundee II ser I lonely 111 of stomach trouble apt S K Cox went to Louisville Saturday and returned Monday County Attorney W II Barnes wa In Livermore Tuesday otklegal bUll ness Col C M Barnett Surveyor ol the Port Louisville will be st home tomorrow Mr Henry Carson is in the East purchasing a spring stock ot goods lor his big store Messrs Jasper Peters R B Wilson andj M Harrison Ohton called on us Wednesday Mr Lou Rogers Is spending tbe week in Greenville the guest ol his brother Mr J L Rogers Uncle Isaac hudson of the Shlnkle Chapel neighborhood celebrated his eightyfifth birthday yesterday Mr B D Riego who is engaged in work on the State Board of Equal ration at Frankfort was at home Sunday The Circuit Clerk Informs us that he has seventy appearance cases for the term el Circuit Court beginning next Monday Sheri Cal P Keown has bought the residence property formerly occu pied by Mrs Carrie Williams and will occupy same soon Attorney B P Neal Is at his office again alter a stay of several days at Lynchburg Va where he had gone In the interest of a client Dr J R Pirtle who has been con fined to his room for several days with a severe atttack of tonsllitls is able to be at his office again Last Friday wHlle Mrs Bob Forres ter was playing with her little boy Guy and Earnest Felix she fell on the ice and broke one of her ribs Mrs FOB Rogers and little daughter Mary Magdalene are spending he week with Mrs Rogers parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown Certer tows We have just moved into our new building and are now ready to buy your fat hens eggs feathers turkeys hems side meat and all kinds ofI country produce CARSON Co Mr Dewey Westmoreland who has In Cuba for Ihree years Is vlatI ting his brother Mr MT WcatI raoreland and his aunt Mrs BobI Forrester He will leave soon for his home at PennVille bid Deputy Sheriff Jno Keown went down on the point near Livermore Wednesday and arrested Dave Haze Up on charged unlawfully selling liquors In default ol ball Hazellp was lodged in jail here Wednesday night Elsewhere in this Issue will be found the law card of County Attorney W HBarnes MrBarnes stands easily in the first rank of the Hartfotd bar and Is a gentleman ol unimpeachable character Legbl business entrusted to his care will be in safe hands The tearing down of the Commercial Hotel to replace it with a modern buildingwlll remove one of the oldest landmarks la Hartford Itwas more than a half a century ago a negro mart and the price ofmany a unit of flesh and blood has been cried at Its dcra The following letters remain un called for In the Hartford postoffice Mr joe B Lucas Mr Wallace Davl son Mr Clate C Baize Mr Herbert Burton Mr Nathan Walker Mr W D Miller Mr J B Wlgglngtori Marshal Nail 1rs Stella Baird Mrs Katie SpencySoph1a Johnson ItProlrnett is teaching a select school at New Baymna schoolhouse near Sulphur Springs Mr Barnetlis one ol the most successful teachers In the county and that com I Carson Bro- sGrocerers flHE Will run a lunch stand dur ing Court in their new house HQorj old stand S EcureablsJailer Tom Black has but thin boarders at present Perry Willough by olHorae Branchwho Is laying out a flue forbootleggngnnd Herman I Decker of Trlsler who Is charred with breaking into WhltUnghlll Whlttlnghllla store and a man by the name of harelip On account of the recent change In the ownership and management or this paper It will be necessary to settle up the outstanding business at once Patties owing us on subscrlp tlon will please give this matter their Immediate attention as we haves I limited time nly to make Itbese col lectiois On first page of TUB RnPUBttCAN will be found this morning an essa entitled The Value of Kindness by Miss Artie Wilson Mis Wllto I Is a daughter of Mr Ansel Wilson o r Roilne and Is taking a course in music and English literature In Hartfor College Miss Artie Is only a school girl yet anti this production showsI her to possess literary glfta of a high character Sheriff Cal P Keown has been In dustriously looking up the put rec ords of the Hartford bank robbers He has learned that H L Marsh was several years ago a citizen oi Hop- klnsvllle Ky Mills has served a term In Eddyvllle prison for house breaking and Gray served a term in the Nashville State prison orcarry lug burglars tools Kealy seems to- be a general crook wellknowu In all the principal cities of the country We are Informed that the Methodist Episcopal church is contemplating building a college in Western Ken tucky and that Hartford has agood prospect ol securing the location of the college Col C M Barnett who Is ever alert for the interest of Hart ford and Ohio county is working hard to secure the college here and has oflered as an inducement to secure It to donate the grounds Jar the pur poser MULES WANTED Of diflVcnt kinds both largo and small Will bo in I Hartford Monday March 3 M N POUTER Farmers of Ohio County Until our permanent quarters are completed we will occupy the Fogle building with a lull line of the best field seedslhct can be had and also breaking plows iThe famous Oliver Chill Plows and other lines of the best steel breaking plows ruse ufactur ed We will also put in a big lint of wlreand nails We expect to be open ed in our new quarters opposite the First National Bank about the ijth oi March with a complete line of farm lug Implements road wagooland the best buggies and surries that can be manufactured Soliciting your valued patronage we are Yours for business Tr TVRLnv Co 33 Hartford Ky Notice- I have just received from the Super intendent of Public Instruction Bien nlal Reports for 1899 and igor A sufficient number has been furnished to supply each district in the county with a copy The chairman of each board of trustees Is requested to call my office and secure same I sug grit that the report be allowed to cir culate over each district as It con tAme Interesting and valuable Infor mation JAUBS DBWBRSK Supt Marriages R HJames Centertown to Beola Benton Centertown Mitchell Balls Smallhouse U Mary Mathews Hartford- A L Stevens No Creek to Prudle Bennett No Creek Chas RCurtlsRockport to Blanch Dnrall Rockport S- In County Court Jno B Wilson qualified as admin istrator of the estate of Mrs J E Austin deceased H B Taylor Jno R Shnltz and W J1 French were appointed apprais era of the estate of Mrs E J Austin deceased T W Miles qualified as Deputy County Court Clerk Chaa E Blacklock qualified as guardian of Mattie and Alva Black lock wlthJB F Allen and Co F Dos well as sureties Notice IB Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter ol William L Will lams brankrupt To the creditors of William L Williams of Beaver Dam in theconnty of Ohio and District aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the loth day of February A D 1902I the said William L Williams was du ly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will beheld at the law office ol J A Dean In Ow ensboru Kentucky on the yth day of March A D1 1902 at 9 am at which time the said creditors may at tend prove their claims appointtI trustee examine the transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DBAN Referee in Bankruptcy February ajth 2902 I AhI MURDER AT LIVERMORE Denzel Moore Murdered and Robbed on a ShantyBoat Murderer Unknown The citizens of Livermore were hocked Tuesday morning by finding the dead body of Denzel Moore on a shantyboat moored just above town to the Ohio bounty bank The body was discovered about 9 oclock Tues day morning by the ferrymen John Hizellp and J C Noble upon the floor of the shaotyboat In a great pool of blood with a bullet hole through his head The officers of the town of Liver more Immediately took charge ot the body and the Police Judge held an In quest over his body which resulted in a verdict that Moore came to his death by a pistol shot fired from the hind of a party unknown Moore was about fifty years old dud had been a barber at Livermore for some years About two months ago he bought a shantyboat and engaged in the blind tiger business Moore had been a good citizen well liked by tile people ol Livermore but when he went to eelllng whisky his wife eo disapproved of his engaging in the business that they had not been Hv lug together since how ver he gave her an allowance ol 1000 a week lot the maintenance of herself and child About 3 oclock Tuesday morning people living In the immediate vlclri IIty of Moores boat heard the report at a pistol and as his body was still when found it is supposed that hi was murdered At this time From the circumstances In which the body was found it is believed that the murderer called on Moore for a bottle ol whisky and while he was in a stooping posi tion drawing It shot him in the back ol the head the ball coming out near his right eye The purpose of the murder was ev- Idently robbery as Moores pockets were turned wrong side out but it Is not thought that the murderer got much pay for his awful crime There Is no due to the perpetrater oi the fearful crime SMALLHOUSE KY Rev Edgar Maddox filled his regu lar appointment at the Smallhouse Baptist church Saturday but owing to the protracted meeting in progress afEquality there was no preaching Sunday Mr Strother Hawkins Hartford accompanied by his daughter Miss Vera and Master Harry Honk visit ed relatives bete Saturday and Sun dayProf M D Maddox who la teach ing school near Rockport visited his parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Saturday end Sunday Miss Sallle Weatherford Grayson county who has been visiting Mrs Case Morton has returned home Master Roscoe Howell Is quite ill of pneumoniaMrs Drake who fell on the ice recently cutting an ugly gash over her right eye and bruising her face has about i recovered Master Robeit Hunter who was ac cidentally shot by Wilber Faught is about well again Messrs Henry Ball and Robert Hunter Sr are on tbe sick list Tbe protracted meeting conducted by Rev Shngart at Equality closed Sunday Mr J Karl Taylor conduct ed the singing Mr Mitchell Ball and Miss Mary Matthews Central Grove were married Sunday evening at the residence of Mr Bob Matthews Rev Shngart officiating X He Writes Well Says the Owensboro Inquirer One of the Ohio county bank robbers who Is in jail here is H L Marsh or rather that is the name he gives He Is the man who formerly lived in Hopkinsvllle Mr M Ganthas called on him and recognized him but agreed not to give his real name Marsh wtbte Mr Gant a letter ask ing him to send some magazines or other reading matter ol good quality to the jail as the time passed very heavily with him The penmanship of the letter is very fine the language Is good and the composition Is per tectoTbe wonder is that he should be a burglar Instead of making a llv ibg by his pen In another way By the courtesy of the Commercial Appeal we present to our readers this week an epitome of President Roote velts opinion of the SampsonSchley controversy We regard the Presidents summary as the fairest and most sensible statement of this case yet given to the public Schley is a brave soldier end we are proud of him but that he was more the hero than scores of other officers who were engaged In the naval combat of San tiago we are loth to believe Anx ious as we are to keep glory upon American arms we can find nothing in Admiral Scbleys conduct on that eventful day that warrants the ex travagant hero worship manifested in certain sections of the country If WintedTelepnone Poles The Rough River Telephone Co wants a lot ol chestnut telephone poles from 45 to 50 feet long 8 inches at top Apply to D M Hocker manager office over W D Moores grocery Hartford tl Advertised Himself I The Memphis Commercial Appeal revives the Wheeler episode to Sly that Wheeler made an ass of hlmsell This is not true Wheeler wn already an ass and advertised the act bya additional bray Owensboro Inquires 51 the Stimulus of Pure Blood That Is what Is required by every organ of the body for the proper per formance of Its functions It prevents biliousness dyspepsia constipation kidney complaint rheumatism catarrh nervousness weak ness faintness pimples blotches and all cutaneous eruptions- It perfects all the vital processes W P KeetcB Woodstock Ala took Hood Ban prllla to make bU blood pure tie write that he tied not felt well but tired for some time Before be bid flnlthed the fin bottle of thIs medicIne he felt better and when be had teen the second WM like another man free from that tired feellni and able to do his work Homd9 Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps tM promise Accept no substitute but get Hoods today- CREEK ON FIRE Flames are Leaping 100 Feet High From Oil Flowing into Rlcbland Creek Barboursville Ky lie b 25Tbeg- Ulber on the Wage farm six miles dorth of town which came in February 18 at a depth of 175 feet will at the lowest estimate flow sixty barrels an hour This is proved by timing it Experts pronounce the oil to be ofthe finest quality known in oil history During the two days before It was under control the drillers dUI five pits In the ground but It soot filled them and flowed Into Richlanc creek Tonight for four miles down the creek the water is covered with oil in large qualities and the creek Is on fire The CourierJournal cones spondent saw it today and the flames were running a hundred feet high on the water J A Tiller under whose supervis ion the well was drilled says that it has every indication ol beings long lived well CourierJournal 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 real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Cham berlalna Cough Remedy We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity By Its prompt use we havent any doubt but that It has time and again prevented croup Thelestlmonyis given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have mall children always keep It In their homes as a safeguard against croupCamden S C Messenger For sale by all druggists m OLATON KY Feb 2sRev J T Taylor ol Ow nsboto filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mollle Peyton has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J W Byers of near Falling Rock Messrs J P Allen and C N Mc Daniel were in Hartford last Monday Mrs Belle Wallace Caneyvllle Is visiting friends and relatives here Mr Ethel Daniel who has been vii ting his parents for the past two months has returned to McLean lit Charlie Stevens who has been con fined to his room for some time with a very badly cut footls able to be out again Mrs P Acton of near Sulphur Springs is visiting her daughter Mrs John McDaniel Miss Zella Lyons and Mrs Kirk of horse Branchwere the guests ofMiss lunle Dunn last Sunday Lawrence Daniel is able to be In the store again Mr Frank Landrum and wile ol Grayson county visited the family 01 cS Young the first of the week Mrs D B Young is able to be out again after five days illness Mr John P Allen is In Hard Ins burg this week MATILDA Flimsy Evidence The prosecution against Mrs Em ins Cossler charged with murdering her fiveweeksold child by giving it opium has been on trial before Judge Haaklns the entire day and will hard ly be concluded this afternoon says the Owensboro Inquirer There reno new features In the case except the evidence ol Dr John Friedman who made an analysis of the childs stomach and he was unable to find any meconlc acid or any symptoms that the child had been poisoned Dna Stuart Irvin and Cox stated that they examined tbe child and could not find any opium poisoning Prof Singleton and his little son also testified the latter stating that Mrs Coaster sent him alter the small vial ol laudanum which was produced at the trial being threefoutths empty The court overruled the defendants motion to dismiss the case and Mrs Cossler was placed on tbe staid She denied that she gave the child any poison but only gave it a dose of meat grease It is the opinion of those who heaid the evidence that Judge Hasklns will diiralw the woman 4 A IPPPPPpppS I J IItat about expenditures and returns which you need onathings at right prices and toll you about getting I full yaluc for every cent you spend with un Wo answer your questions with assurance of high I a quality low prices nnd courteous treatment p Wo are sure to get you if you want good goods aat tho right prices E CLOTHING F- Our Spring Samples madetomeasure Cloth ing aro in And already our regular trado is preparing I for the opening I Let us measure you for a nice tJBW Spring Suit Perfect fit guaranteed a Our readytowear Clothing has just arrived and our Clothing Depart ment is first with the ear I ly Spring Styles Every I thing of latest styles cuts and patterns and tho I prices are largely in favor of tho purchaser at I MEASUR- ETftATNEVrsmTf i DRESS GOODS earlySpring aspection which includes tho following Percals tI iIatand Laces ovir shown in this whole Ev Ii 4latestFARMERSTobncco seed sowing is now in prog ress and wo aro prepared to supply your wants in Tobacco Cotton Homestead Tobacco Grow I or Field Oliver Chilled Plows Ect tEP BARNES KYtaaaaaaBROJ WIH BARNES Attorney at Law ASDCOUXTY ATTORNEY HiETrOBD Kr win practice bU prolrtiton U ill tbe Court ol Ohio and adjoining counties and la the Court ol Appeal Strict attention will be ctrta to aU bnilnete tntrutod to lit care Collection cud criminal practice a ipedMt Office la court bout VINE GROVE KY Feb 35 Mr E P Stevens Ust a valuable horse last week Miss Nettle Rogers will begin a spring school soon Mr W M Stevens fell last Thura day on the sidewalk in Beaver Dam and bruised his face considerably It oA et OnaABm the Mvss Bacil- ltBlpalve d ctlJH Money Due a Soldier There Is some money due William A Fay ster or Forester formerly of Hodgensvllle and who served In Co I 26th KyVetVol Inlty 18615 If dead It can be paid to his heirs at law A reward will be paid for his or their postoffice addresses Write Milo B Stevens Co Attys 614 tithj St Washington D C Nobility RecommendsNervine The above portrait is that of Countess Mogclttud of Chica III whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of Dr Miles Nervine prompftd her to make this statementI- taffoidamegreatpleiure to add inr to very menu of Dr Mile1 Ntrtloe Allhoujh 1 am put 80 years ol ace I find It ootbci the tired brain quiet the Irrl lated nerves and Injure Jtep I never Jed con nted without a bottle ol it In the house GretefullYloun Countess MogewuJ MuV Nervinei- s a nerve tonic and strength builder that starts right in re storing health immediately Sold bjtl Druggists Or MUM Medical Go Bkhart Ind GAN WE HAVE YOUR Seeds Onklui TlleJh utIIITelegraph INCORPORATKD linesiuconnected by its Long Distant line thirtyfiveStatesan exchange inllaitford and surround theirIble as possible and make a specialty pertleellvlagladistance of the exchange Rates and other Information may be obtained at store the rag1IIIrC 1 Isowtm Manager ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE j COMPANYj I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will beRt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Ky THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionvAl most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly IThe rrceldtntlal campaign Is prtr bat tt world goes on lust the same and It U tall ociw To learn thIs news lad ae It l promptly cud- tmpartIaiijtt1 tbstjroe limn to do U to look In the column ot The ThrlceaWnk Edition ol the New 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Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels giving healthy nnd natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctiO Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years THI eiNtauM eouMNV vf MURRII urn Nrwvomi cm i FIELD SONco = 1nC1nco c TRANSFER LINEf IIZvz=T Atronc AnC CAvn 43 BARTFORD I SA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED t I ASTHMA CURE FREE Asthmaleno Brings Instant Rolief and Permanent Curo in all Cases POSTALtTENI 1 There is nothing like Asthmalene It brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else falls Ridgem malene received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertisement for the cure ol this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a lullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ol the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 DM Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an HayFevertroubles whIch combine with Asthma Its success Is astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analzed we can state that Asthmalere contains yoursf1901DrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex signuponAsthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember C I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alter using one bottle her Asth 4 1mahad disappeared and she is entirely tree from all symptoms I feel that thisdistressingDr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsize bottle anI I am ever gratelul I have family qi four ofhealthsuch use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rlvington street- SI RAPHAEL 67 East tzgth st New York City I Trial Bottle Sent Absolutory Froo on Rocolpt of Postal MEDICINEISold by Druggists A BOON TO MANKIND p DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CEriyiyLOUIS MlJI KyLi f l I jA J Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY Illinois Contra RallroadtTlmi Table INew tltnt card taking effect Sunday flee 1 ltoo at DOOO North Bonnil Nnnih Ilannil Nol JdoSJ7nm No Ill ilnltl7a m No 102 liaeSMJp m No 101 due 341 p in No 112 dot 1130 pm No 131 due IUt ni Zenl FtlhtSo 1M du7COa m Xoltl due 5T p m 8 II VAXUCTM Agent PISOS CURE FOR BMI Court Bjrun Tulea Good CM In Urn Sold by drngvlt CONSUMPTION SAINTS AND SINNERS A lair exchange Is no roberry on less its a church affair Men who preach by the yard usual ly practice by the inch A gift with a string tied to it Is a great drawback to society What nn awlul change it must be lor the Iceman when he dies When a man begins to raise the devil he always lowers himself Some people are better when they are sick than at any other time The way of the transgressor is olten a puzzle to the detectives Most people like to be called bad in a laughing sort of a way The man who parts from the right is reasonably sure to get left Where the wages of sin Is death there is no striking for an Increase The good die young but the bad always outlive their usefulness The majority of people who want to be coaxed ought to be clubbed Some preachers are very deepand most ot them are rather long Death is about the only sure cnre for lying that has ever been discovered The milk of human kindness is not vety heavily enameled with cream When a tramp asks for bread do not give him a stone set the dog on him II tombstones were reliable the devil would soon be wearing mourn ing Heathens are people who do not waste their time in quarreling over religionIt pretense that has ruined the blessing in disguise business It is seldom difficult to appear nat THE NEW WAY Common Sonso for Women 4f I Ladle ShoutS Read ot the Latttt and Moet Sac I reeafal Importation tram France All Womankind Mar roaaeaa Bright Eye Fair Skin Strength and Good Health So cap Dr iJiDord the Samoa French proto tltloner who baa devoted hU whole Ilfeto the atndy of women and haa won the hlghrat dla tlnctlon through hla wonderfully incceaatat pier tire among the Ant famlllee ot Part WON A HEROINE Woman la a heroine eRra the Doctor aad her remarkable endurance and ability to wlthatand the moat tying ordeal compel admiration She la a elate to the Natural Uodeetf ot her sea which ao often cause her to endure the greateat trial and suffer In alienee rather than consult even her Famlljr rhyilclaa fearing to expone herself to neceuary questioning end probable examination A LIFESTUDY Recognising this loot early In hUpractlce Dr Lallord ban br lean of itudy and close appli ration enrolred an entirely new method ot treat ment for all ailments peculiar to woman whIch baa met with unbounded anccena and hla Drench once managed by akllled physicians under hla rwreonal auperrUlon are now located In every large city of Europe Iiy his superior method each patient recelrea absolutely free ot charge lull and detailed advice especially adapted to her tone thus avoiding all embarroaament or Inconrenlencp and aa Dr La Borda remedies are pat np In the form of email dainty water they are easily carried and token at any time or place without attracting atten tion This Inaurea regularity In treatment which Is mot Important to a cure and generally In poeelble with liquid remedlee Liquid remedle alwnya contalnalarge propor tion of alcohol whisky or other liquors to pre serve them from spoiling Dr InlloriTa Wafers ore ndr1 medicine nnd lire positIvely fritfrom Intoxicant or narcotic drugs ot any kind 11 on Lit nirruoDN Dr Lallorda create success has been achier edbythenaeofibeCAllllNU WAIKlt This la not a latent n scientific prepa ration of Viburnum or CAUONIA rout monljr known n Hlack llawberry Rod other well known herb whuwcnratlre propertlv bare been known to herbalUt for cvnturlni Vibur Darn or CAUONIA Is recognlied and scribed by tbe lending physicians of the world aa the best Known HpeclAcfor Female troible The extremely dUugreeabln taste of three drum baa been overcome hy aklllful manipulation retaining however all of their virtue and strength and three aperlltui have been o combined and prepared aa to form a dainty wafer easily taken yet embodying the roost accurate end certain cur fur female Weaknee4 Nervous IrMtratlouIaln lul and Mappnvwd Menwn Irreanlarlty lucor rbw or Whites Hterlllty Ulceratlonof the Uterus Change of llfe In Matron or Mold Chronic litdine Urinary Trouble Servoua Debility 1rotuae flow Threatened Mlncarrlage 1alpltatlon of the heart 1aln In the Iftt side Cold hand and feet llearlag Down Ililiw llackaihrtihort ness ot Breath Hcaldlug of Urine Sorrnea of llreaat Nenrulgla Uterine DtupUcemvn and all those nTfcptoui which nmko the HVeroge wo loans ltIs so iiiUwmble It make tblld birth easy andare doctor If Ills A VALUABLE FEATURE CAItONIA WAEUI1WhaveproYeu Bblewlng to thousand ot auffrrlng women who have been made well strong and happy In a surprIsingly abort time by tbIs treatment They- wllinotoniycnre the moat oltlnte cncsno matter how neglected but are also the only known remedy that Rob Rbolatr relied upon to three monthly recurrences of extreme b10Imonlfire poaltlvely guaranteed to cure even the mot neglected cole It dIrectIons are carefully follow and the medicine honcatly taken led This valuable remedy Dr LnUnrit Cnrix lila now on ante In America by the Importing firm Ji N iy IrMrnllrr tonIpwUv who have contracted with Dr Lallord for the exclunlv agency for the United Htate A Conaoltntlon under the upervl lon of Dr La Ibid la maintained and special advice furnished nbnoluUly free of charge to all who take the treatment Ladles ordering CAItOM are In vited to write all about their particular cnmi In detail and are ensured the inoet a red privacy autO their correspondence a no teatlnonlalaur letter Iron ladles ore ever published by ua One bas cfCAItOIt Wafer conlntnlngs liiontba supply will be aeat securely packed and prepnldto any addre In the UN or Canadana retelpt ot Dollar accompanied by the detaIls Dfyonrcaae A fullest complete treatment la vlndltK all necnaary medicine and our written guarantee Five Uultara payable la advance thIs hargn covers nil expenae Including tree advice and loll direction There are no addi tional charges of any kind tttua placing the treatmf nt within reach ot nil Addrein Conanliatlbn Dept Tile Xoyle Stiller Company Market aad Sift Stt Phil aailakla ra 14I 4 I ural when you have an ax to grind About tbe only good thing about some men is their reputation for le Ing bad There is evidently something in spiritualism Some mediums are very wealthy It is usnajly the charity that begins at home the t covers a multitude ol sins If it wasnt for the foils in this wotld wise men would have to work for a living Base bill pitchers lettercarriers and preachers are all jiig d by thdr deliverySeek and ye shall find applf s very forcibly to the man who is look- Ing for trouble If all the devils were cast out of some people they would look like skelttoas A man never wants to be an angel as long as he can make a living at anything else The charity that begins at home la often so discouraged that it never gets any further Some men think they have great will power because they never had occasion to test ItIWhen people pray for their dally bread they dont forget to put In a side order for butter The man who has lived for himself alone has the privilege of being his only mourn r A mans Christianity has to stand a pretty severe strain when he steps on a banana The akInIjust and unjust the latter always has the umbrella It is not wht we know about the next world that frightens us but what we dont know When a man isnt willing to prac tine what he preaches It1time for him to give up preaching Truth is eternal but Time changes it from day to day so that its own mother wouldnt recognize it a L Bilious Colic II Seever a carpenter and builder of Kenton Tenn when suffering In tensely from an attack of bilious colic sent to a near by drug store for some- thIng to relieve him The druggist sent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy three doses of which effected a perma nent cure This is the only remedy that can be depended npon in the most severe case of colic and cholera morbns Most druggists know this and recemmend it when such a medicine is called for For sale by all druggists m Congressman Wheeler like the great showman Barnum believes ix publicity his little harange the other day gave him more fIe advertising than hundreds of dollars would put chase Mr Wheeler was playing to the galleries and Bryaotte Democracy and seems to have succeeded in get ting what he wanted His remarks werevery indiscreet but what does the average Democratic Congressman care for discretion as competed with publicity As Mr Wheeler is not a candidate for any office and declares he is out of politics for all time to come what difference does it make to him Barnnm once said to a reporter If yon cant say something gooi about my show say something evi dently Mr Wheeler has the same Idea advertising Many newspaper ed itors have written columns of criti clams ol his speech who never knew there was such a man in congress Others who never say anything good of him and regret to have his name appear in their paper have advertised him far and wide He has succeeded i in getting his name in the papers of two continents and has received tbe applause of the Bryanlte Democracy and no doubt he feels satisfied with having worked the whole job lot andI it only cott him thirty demagogry Paducah Sun Mr Whoelor Cot Rid of His Rhoumatjsm During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly bobble around when I bought a bottle ol Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked steadily the yearP Wheeler North wood M Y For sale by all druggist 1 p I CASTORIA I Pot Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears theASignature of a Kf lS Carried TwentyOne Miles- A story ol unusual occurrence cunen Irom down the river but is vouched for as absolutely true Craig Broth I ers are well known farmers nnd stock men who live near Woodbury oh Green river The river has been on a tide since the recent rains and sleet and recently a mare aud colt beong ing to them tell into UK river It is supposed that they went to the river to get water and that the bank caved in with them and threw them into the water They were unable to make a landing and the swift current bore them rapidly down stream and we eI not found until Snndny morning and j were lodged and supported by some drifts twenty miles down the river from where they had fallen In Notwithstanding they had been continu I ously in theater from Etiday night I p 0 w W nJ b 1- 1III O A r I 0 CI THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern Normal School the great Independent Normal T School of the South An able Faculty of J LJ SpcclnllstS bill cbarg Ofthe different Departeu Qld tbroitkblractlcal alld compeneteac1ngsdon The IrIm3ry Unglisb Tchm Certificate State DiploSla Preparatory a Oratory Vocal and InstrumentalMufc count are taught WC1Dot ctfullytmrlieaU 7I A4n v rcoun t6ln II eifftthe I iL2sLN rSdoIng our BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE NIIIIOrmECommercialregularLawthe work I OUt tuJent tucceulul In Ihe Commercialate unlrtnally II and frofrisionll World and neter 11110 secure the SS Students will be in daily attendance during the I 7highestpo ltlon of honor and trust VIpresent scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUBINEBB TRAININQ BOHOOLB OF THE BOUTH BE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free AdsHtt CHERRY ffiwal pRMwfwy UHtSU K ti i 4 A WORTHY SUCCESSOR t Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders nci I gases inhalers and drugs in paste j form Their powders dry up the I mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mew braues that their makers have aimed to cure while posIes and ointments cannot reach the disease An and experienced practitioner who hal- for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment 01 t Catarrh has atllast went which when permanentI only relieves at once but the ycuring iThisSnuffles the Guatanteed Catarrh i Cure and is sold at the extremely I packagelcontaluln to its perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles wll save you it you use it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a complete rjstagetions which accompany each pack f age Dout delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding i your casa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept i Ed win B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia until Sunday morning and had made a trip of twenty miles they were still alive and their owners succeeded in getting them out and they now seem little the worse for their remarkable experience Warren County Courier p A young lady in Ohio met with a horrible experience one morning last week She sat on the floor to dress and quietly pulled on her long black stockings when a tickling sensation caused a hurried investigation and a real mouse was found in the toe thereof ready and anxious to bits a cute little piece out of her toes And heres betting that not a single female young or old who reads this will put her stockings on in the morning without But feeling in tbe toe for a mouse Dont try to win this bet for think how horrible it would be to come up against a real mouse and no chance to run from it A report reaches St Petersburg that 2000 Chinese boxers have cross ed the Cotean frontier and plundered several small towns ALL WOMEN Wine of Cardul Is the guardian of a womans health and happiness from youth to old age It helps her 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