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A Cf I I J 1fqilI RIf to ho q ARTFOD t ob t r Nl c I IayearFine I I 4POI xiv HARTFORD KY4 FRIDAY MARCH 14 1902 JNo 34 1 WOMANNip19ATA tJor AlbaDlMJdJtbatlortu Kw rethtnrngbteeuT OIl lit aitIoIIllb II lurt a dltCtr w e swwverdaailenctdwith a slight roulh XedieaIDllCOycr wibete1 111elltc1111to pound health tad llreDrth These 1 tlnllrelotkvr natcotcs IkeaAriaaNedlat 0 ttStnrtat a lour time and per media IN Plates woaldtry oIelea q Irppionr4 ok rfy aU t wit CIOIII lout4ideachetrooogtt MtdlralMooreceipt of ontctnt Iampt to pay s VPierrepmoraaaOlY nRa JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY I apedalttntloaIatoaollatloumallqabtraeIaAnabobotrl tj once north imepobtleiijmr O E SMITH LAWIItAurop fthOaelaofOhio IeblJ E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT Will prwtlr DkU utadllar CtOBIIlM NpIalroataacloa alratsaUboII INS lr1 u l w ku eats e P ROILY p TTORNEYATLJJW e roRD viiia uaarccuT-M wilt prutlc kit prvfmtai U lllktM r adlolohspoutIealCarelAppabIpcta1 0 M BARNKTT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY- WUlprattkhbprofwioala M UtMirUol Otto and adjolnlon MiiMM epedNltiiUoa- willp KlTtn to all bulDMt IatrusW1 to hbreolkitlou a ptttlllf E P NEA- LAttorney at Law a HARTFORD KY Will prattlM ill protwdeIi an thi nirtaol Kitntk apNa1allaiapceaI MllMMeu aidirimbapraeUM J 8 It WEDDINGS AnpEYudCOUNSEliOfhtUW HARTFORD KY V Will practlr a bit profttitoi la all Ikt fifU ot Ohio and dolnlDK tonitln aid Ikt Catrt 01111 ennlruatR B WEDDING f Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT a WIIIpraetk hbprohuloalatbeoarlaefO blo ad adiolnlnacoanU Mao Noun nbllt 11 U ilEA RlN EllNEST WOODWARD I 11 IIEAVRINWOODWARD Gottarse a sttawi AaTroio Xy fln preetteatbdtptoreestoo la ntkConrU of Ubta eonotl and lb rt of App ala dalc attention vitas erimioal practln sod rouse t fOOl Offlee neit door to pooh ol Harttord Ys W H BARNES Attorney at Law AND COmiTY ATTORNEY lfARTrOOolK1 s TTOlVractlf bit IrolHlol ball the CoiKa bt Ohio anfl adjoining coantlei and In the Court of App ol Btrlct attention will be IIInD to all Lolnew entruted to fcb tre CollnUdni a peclaltj Ollie In ronrtboni a Thos F JohnsonHolpbqr Spring Kr Notary Public and Auctioneer Tin writ cold ntttot deals eoatrert will leas N1aa At dt Work ollrlted Charge nuonabit Southern RailwayiTkroDlhEl MIlMSoiUtraBta- UKKNTUOKYTENNKSSEE w South CAROLINA ALA 3A fA VIR t r QINIA North OAltOClNAEOR OIA and MISSISSIPPI UI Sill Itltei Tkree DII Biiwtii tiliTill and Jtlwto Ubkrat1nuelairCaa fTralnslearaand alta L0iUrlUrB Tatk tl street Union Depot c etinitwlik ralutthe- tlpotCatalaaareaace GaAIIL2L i I10rllorlllaU adarM A Wlnosl A T AMI 4ik Ara lytditttle Wtl HTiTUJi Ajar teat OP A iXHifas 1laAlalnAnsrl1i l 99CrW Fw DEXTHFOR I FIFTEEN Southern Pacific Through Train Ditched and Burn ed in Texas Cars Piled in Heaps Some of the Injure l cfemated Train Was linjiiif atHfcb Speed and Left tbe Track on a Sharp Curve- TWtKENTUCKIAryS INJURED D Sin Antonio Tex March 8Abroken rail sassed a rightful wreck on theSontbern Pacific railroad llearI Maxons station this morning From the latest accounts fifteen people were killed oatllght and twentyeight In fared Among tbt injured are George OI lelburt Lexington Kahohhis hand stashed and II T Todd of Fraa Or f Ky who was bruised The train was ditched at3t3poclock Nine coaches and a baggage car were btimedOaty ones coach escape 1 wfalelrwM occupied by MrRrysa and t- fortyvNew York capitalists The train is but a smoklngheflp ruins Manbodles were burned v Saperiateadeat Uartla wltlt Dr Turner and n gorge t f physicians left at 501 clock oa a special for theece of the disaster It isrepdrted that ome of the in jnred would hue lived lint they not beea belpleas and later burned Conductor Stackwell who reported the accidentt walked seven urtletto tt telegrapn office towarD ah approach lag tale sari send the seas of the disaster to the superintendents office s here Tbererras omq tourist sleeplaf ear ro I tIIItl1At1d Loalsville one iroBi VPuhiegteatoaelrom SIoaoand a man from New Orleaas bey sides twppassenger coaches all load ed with passengers The illfated train left San at noon Thursday two and at hours late and aVthe time of the sc cfdent wairuhnlng tablh Per it eadeavbtinr to raak tip the finials The road at the point where the ink l- occurred1 fast tl reigh a rough conn tryand when rodhdlng sharp carve t the train left tile track oa account broken rail All the passengers were asleep and fpdanerThaagainst the ngloecauBht ire and alt were consumed except the deeps All the Injured Ta tkcoacba Jathind itheAexpreaattendlhelrgsge cars were cremated The people in thi sleepers were saved The wrecked train consisted of kn gine mall car baggage car one coach oae chaircar three tourist p Women aTWell airMeri Aft MaddjMIserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preY uponthe mind dl ceurarts andleens YlroranddlsippeIyben th4d ord or diseased tr u le prevalitha1itlsnotuacomfn a afflicted with wtikkd nets 11 the child Tln ass tOil It tfla urlnescsldaIhsneshorftwee rI reaches an ate when If h6uld beabu control the pustt It Is yefafnieted wJ bedwotllnrdepone It the nuts the dHllcuiiJIiIddney trouble apdlke flfit step should be owtids the treatment these Imporjin prran Thl npleut trouble It due ta V dUeued condition f IIC PmojhpeWemen as w II q men are nil 8 m erake wllh klnoyancl VUdder trouble and bath need the same great remedy Thi mild and the Immediate effect 0- 1SpRootis soon reillted U Is sold by drurrtsb la fifty- entc an one slitjiYau max hvseia- mple bdtlall mail often ate pamphlet tells 11 c SWMVIUH Ins alt oDIte thtusahde efkNlraenllletter receive from sufferers cured In writing tt Kilmer lkCerlnthamton t4 Y H sure d meafloh this paper y CHI IISPE- NNYtjl1ALPnLS p r a Mdf a u- 0wdle mew Iter bon I waf IM e4triNsK+ aoM7lualwaare5NalaoalrsdAt ooJera eu rratau 4 e a dlspssea sleepers end one Pullman sleeper and private car All the injured were sent to El Paso ChinaIthing from that which is practiced In Europe The foreign minister in that country may be said to be an Integral pert of its Government The doctrine of extraterritoriality which pervades and dominates the condition of all foreigners regulates in a pecul- Iar manner their relation to the Chi nese Under it the Chinese courts have no jurisdiction over the foreign ereThe latter la legally responsible to his own consul only who adminls tare in a special court the jurlspru dence of his own country The mln ister constitutes an appellate coast over these tribunals Besides thus controlling the conduct of his nation all he Is the interpreter of the treat les and he must hold the Chinese of ficlals to the observance of them H Interposes his veto on any change ol the tarlfl and on any act which does not comply with It He demands re dress for outrages he arraigns for punishment Chinese officials who have acted injuriously toward foreign ers he protests against wrongful pub llcations he suggests facilities to adopted for trade and commerce insists on the improvement of rivers be attacks monopolies granted to per sons of say nationality In a thous ouadthe government of the country It Impossible for the foreign ruin later to avoid being drawn into the aelstrom of progress The promoter besieges him with letters of mom- endatloa from the most distinguish ed of his fellow citizens This proof tooter has a budget of Improvements filled with railroad schemes electric lights physical science army reforms new navies a mint a luneIns enterprises He is a plausible gentleman he has figures at his fin gap ends and will demonstrate that the granting of anyone of hla schemes will make China rich and prosperous in the conies ofa very few years The minister has no course before him these gentlemen InrlexceptlCUId His own Govern sent grudgingly permits him toido this for trig subject to the same pressure It naturally wants to see ur trade and commerce extended rind vea stills U recognizes that 1 accredited representatives should not be commlrclsl drummers It leaves to whichlullmoted Naturally the minister finds easier to go the Yamen and demand aConcekslonthan bight the enthus drummer who lies discovered a new field of operation end is eager in la Ktufl promoIter Is countrysIpnbliclovseneatlGael writing Ko 1s er is perfect any more than other men are and if he has any ailbea t emtettetn l rgeiy he is denounced e s aflngy If be spends money 1avtali1 he is aping royalty II he is at 0 festive to the alt sex he is immoral ijfW have a savage Even the maChrOltlirl ll c oe lmes attack him kindly told me once that he Inhichinchfnieplythet I had aeventyflve mill face eadaeBq Hon Charles of penby Ice the Match Forum of Dangerof Colds and Tht grtpte t danger from colds and uAtCongm1ilb avoided Amonjr the tens of thous CLoia who have used this remedy for jbese diseases we have yet to tar of a single case having resulted In er collclualvei m that u It ha aroftime thana other treatment It ptaeesmfend safe to take For sale all druggists m CASTOR I ATor Infants and Children Hi Kin You Hare Always Bought Bears tha 9 Signature ota iMu4 Henry VIHs Hat and Anne Bo leyns Shoes Among the many articles of plain nConhcomlngarch ol England atthe new gallery few are to attract more attention A thanthe hat of Henry VIII and theehi a of Anne Boleyn which have been ltntly Mrs Ames of Ayot St Lawrence Harts The hat end shoes re in themselves notable relics but their chief interest lies in the fact that f they ate the title deeds of the estate ot 8t Lawrence They were given by Henry VIII to an ancestor oi the t e nmlstanceswas fordshire with Anne Boleyn and a company of attendants he passed by Ayot St Lawrence and inquired to whom the place belonged It was in reality a royal possession and this was explained to Henry by one of his courtiers the encestor mentioned l who added that he wished that the es tate belonged to himself And so it shell said the King and the estate was then and there handed over to the courtier who however craved some token of its surrender Ring gave his hatend made Atatie Boleyn part with her shoes andlthe three articles have remained ever witNew gallery will be the shirt wont b r Charles het his execution wh1 among the many pictures will be a thieUdward III to the present London Morning Post Resolutions on tbe Death of Comrade Daniel Hicks WHSREAS God has seen fit to call from our midst our comrade DenteI beforwas born in August 1831 In Ohl county Ky being 71 years old at time of his death He served during r troubles in the math Ky Can Co D was honorably discharged after his fatblnl duty for the good of his country captgreat sorrow of the death of our com rade who departed this life February 18 1802 on his home farm six miles by North of Hartford He was burled at the Patterson graveyard the following day Rev J A Bennett officiated at the grave A large crowd of sorrow nexg3 That we will endeavor to lint tate his character as he was a good Christian and we hereby tender our sympathies to his bereaved wile hud family We request that these pro ceedlnga be published in our county papers and a copy be sent to the be ble widowJON ClIAMDHHUN J TnouAsGauzaCoco QnJOBTwain Mark aus toSupposed to be alias of a limos Mississippi pilot known as iSaiu1 Clemens who disappeared some pa ego Became famous in early seven fatThebeing a modernized version of Pilgrim ors Progress Has workeda various odd jobs from boyhood beta turn pilot printer miner aewpa and miofnothing that dote not mean something His temperance pRnphtets fillkIof evils getting tall on the quiet being potent factor in temperance reform while his short but forceful poem is Punch Brothers Punch wlthCare evilsbupon placards and hung in the halls every branch of the Women life ristian Temperance Union in the United States the stoasuccessm way and is today the most popular writer English in the city of Pekin Is at present engaged on a series of papers travel to be called Looting the ellografts called Dont for Mlsslonar and a sociological work on The titude of Society Toward Heck men Resides at Rlverdale on Hudson the but dines every night In New York sap City whets he is known as the best speakp that ever happened lies tion enough for seventeen ordina Mobituallytistic and financial Wad Is cenisNedebtsFriendsI Ind Messrs Ely BrosI have be n pAgreat sufferer from catarrh and he don fever and tried many things b found no permanent relief until I for found it in Elys Cream Balm about caleightfast friends ever since Rev R M Bentley Prove Its value by investing t cents in trial size of Elys Crca Balm Druggists supply it and we It Pull size 50 cents Ely Brosj 56 Warren St N Y r the Child Swallowing a Locomotive A mother brought in her arms a ing beautiful Infant of ten months telling I me It had swallowed a steamengine the The patient sat in her arras suck ing its fingers and smiling at meI while the mother told of the tragic ococ cnrrence What wheels funnel I and aUl1 asked Yes added thence mother Well madam it seems to have agreed with It up till now kc shetwas like the image that Nebnchadntz Z Ifset np in the plain of Dura all of tbidand had running wheels I sa Madam that is fortunate for that locomotive has pasted safely through a Jong dark tunnel aadhe s not left a tender behind Blrmlng ham Medical Review t GeorgeAdmiral CommodoreeYacht Club 1837 salesIsaid 1844 could box the compass thout gloves 1855 graduated a put midshipman and future Admiral I benthe German rty consecutive nights without r lief attached to Barragnts squadron i86a was among first to obey Farra guts famous orders to damn thetort pedos and went ashore with sloopt Mississippi returned to Farrfcgnt with others in rowboats after setting fire to his ship confounding the ea by making them believe Union ces lied ships to burn Rose by slow degrees to Commodore In l daebreak of Spanish War sailed for Ma ai nlla with cargo of skyrockets and can non crackers April 1898 Destroyed Spanish fleet Manila Bay May i 1898 sinking eleven vessels turing five and eclipsing Nelson n Trafalgar without lots of time money men or breakfast Thank ed Congress appointed Admiral laud returned to United States to lead processions down Fifth avenue New York Placed on a pedestal 1899 Pulled off same 1900 Decided to bgrt President United States February goo changed his mind in March same 7ear- Prasldeat Schley Court of Inquiry 1091 Found Admirals Seaborn and Ramsay Secretary tong andAd coital Sampson guilty of reprehenal condact Established Schley as be commander of the Santiago loop Has suffered much from astigmatism ow on- tobig strenuous endeavor to keep eye upon the White Honsejand onthtAm lenpabUc II cted of haying one ear toj the ground Never so much at sea as when on threas when at w u Resides at Washington and la god her to 9673433 children of all col and aesdNo relation tei the by Dewy Arch Knowa the precise willBconfidence etweerrhlmaeli and Ad ral Schley we r Lite Guards we The Life vGnard are two regiments cavalry forming part ofthe British household troops They are gallant soldlets and every loyal British heart proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybody should have its life guards The need of them is sane dally great when the greatest foes of diseases find stiles in the very elements as colds Influenza catarrh grip and pneumonia do in the on rmy month ol March The best that we know of to guard against these diseases Is to strengthen the an system with Hoods Sarsaparillathe greatest of all life guards It removes conditions which thediseases make their most successful attack gives vigor end tone to all the vital organs and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remember the weaker theytem the greater exposure to djgX Hoods Sar rUla makes the system strong r ror MrMorgans Diamond Deal ariatelisthrye t rgan MrMorgan had seen two magnlfi t diamonds In the jewelers shop wanted to present them to the w York Museum of Natural His for its collection of precious the stones but thought the price 8000 the extortionate few days later bring then in ton Mr Morgans agent wrote to the hiutm a second examination which waa n done Within a week the jeweler re ved another letter from the agent accompanying a small box heavily en sealed The letter read 0The stones are really perfect thinkillyour price abnormal Thats wiry send them back If you can let me have them for =6000 telegraph at name time returning duly rein It sated without troubling about break the seals in order to save time The jeweler decided not to reduce price and opened the box The diamonds were not there but IDlteadi alIm Ill take them anyhow vend re by Parii cable to the New Vbrk World 1 CIIIDHOOIbeItaillIatlilRTlEHAIir1Le0N While sitting by an open window viewing scenes of nature as far dls tens will allow various objectslseem to be clothed in garments of darkness and sunshine The beautiful contrast between the clear horizon and the brown end leafless sands present not only a scene of admiration hut one of melancholy end sympathy prrtouches the bare end sighing tree aaplnboughs g n thata1I is beeatilalltist J Tatare tho dull io the eye nature paints a scene of beauty to the soul ani mind n Again a gush of cool wind c m sweeping across the pla1l1jandbe the trees in their silence and hastens to arouse them from their alambere weasnips sweet kisses and loping murmurs of the wind as he proudly travels on in search of other loreata that stand in silence waiting to aroused from deep meditation Time sends forth Spring with ier all amed charming melodies of the forest again the sky will gaze down on th marvelous surface dressed in the intiest colorthatllaturepfvJde will see and realize the bntand happiness of yonthfnl days hforenot only beautiful but sweeter en dearer than scenes that we vises a the present time We have In mind some sacred and famlllaf place our childhood home that t awgelook over the put years that have carried us from our dear pia ound to the tolling positions life nnecessary to strengthen onrbod ies mentally morally phst a111 ea financially How did we go t our places ofplay and find ourselves meditating over the future years that would free us from being called little boys and little girls We Ibngtd to mac and women not restrains the responsibility that would weigh heavy ant minds nor the deed sorrows that may graspour happy souls and separate from the real joys and life the forever After having pawed trar youthful days the deer and loving faces that were so familiar makes an appearance as twas only rdaj its at th ygreeted us with dvlaeb ads and Iml1lllgJa These Iatwla dear to us may be changed tp dns and some may be separated from us bnl land end water but their emu yot that were planted in our childish the 1colada have grown and ripened so that we now appreciate them far mote than when they were first sown r1 Often while we stroll through th etatshady forest np and down the are reminded of days of yore For CIlargegrass sari trimmed with tall trees sufficient for a nip shade justiover 1coursefrillgedJIIwltII that are leasing over the stream whisper in silence as its waters ro to some majestic river Nerdand sends toward us a cool per fumed with the odors of the rinsed sweet clover of various col0 standing amid the grass Soon a find ourselves standing In ihe midstI Jonendthis meadow and delight In spending hours here and dread to return to oa dally tolls of life We are filledwlth easant the sdellselves once more a child back to tha beautiful meadow ao dear to on hearts in the scenes of our childhood me Edison on Electricity A correspondent the New York World has interviewed Mr Edison Herein given the substance olhis The predictions on As he had touched on the faints of a phonograph nook advantage of Clay opportunity to oak him whet he rethought would be accomplished by Can electricity in the twentieth centuiy you Well thats a big question he said musing and smoking his cigar But I think it Is answerableall ItIntransportation will be electrical in five years there will sot be CltI1 very save tofnIr of tOIUouIs the cleanest the best Sand the two cheapest in the long run especially chair chIject seethed to open up before him all the neavy traffic will be electric handled The big trucks which have goods about the city will be run from electric motors That wilt Save enormous expenses In traffic hauling offer make the twentieth century city from lr relghtIromtits nolYIThe number of electrically driven automobiles sari trucks will increase rapidly sea soon as the new nickel iron battery is introduced New York will have before b the electric cab street car and trac and In my opinion horse traction will be a thing of the past in t streets of New York What do you consider the greatest oblem in electricity yet to be Bl Leaked The direct trailS formation of the oicoal Into electric energy was the prompt response You I at present we only get from 5 to per cent of our power from the coal gOtstipe for of heat I have much on the b trkelectrical energy but somehow have not been able to strike the right com bination But this problem is being bespdoubt its solution will not be lam comingWhen we can get all our electrical oueIoaaor rather with only a small seye Everything in the new century electrtctycookingheating bdy tSome day well pick up our morn allno witricweabaca age qudoue to a constant demand for a good map Kentucky The Morning Herald ot Lexington has had published the latest and best map obtainable which It Is giving to evety new sub scriber who pays six months in ad vance 300 The map contains the population ofevery place in Kentucky which has a name and also a map of United States and of the world fcadfs better than any map sots for a dollar The Heraldi always doinge something to make itself of settles to subscribers OldeIlfilmsoalathe Twentysecond Congress a debase on Gen J Jacksons ve the bill rechartering theBank of United States Mr JJenton accused Hoary Clay of using indecorous ten snags about the President This in TuhSrreasons why I thonld not go t- tbptSemetorfarmgrlewaofdecoram whChiefipstrnctor I never had any per Presidentrof n Involved In a street fight with Gen kson tar Nashville in 1813 I published any bulletins respect his private brawls I ever declared my apprehension and shoutll1 dirks by outside Mr Benton It is true sir thather Jacksonnconewe pope like men When the was over there remained no i- l 1 on either aide There Crsme separateras Mr Clay Gen Jackson made a againrat n to Dtowhether that witness sustained the truth of the Presidents witness Mr allegationI his passage to St commission in his pocket Mr reverted to the dlrk and plal ark attributed to Mr Benton you look me Id the face and say never used that language Mr Benton I look air and repeat that It Is an atrocious calamny I will pin it to him who repeats here helotnt e Mr Benton False Falser Pale Mr Clay I fling back the chug for atrocious calumny upon the Sena from Missouri Senators interposed between the Infuriated statesmen and the finally secured order in the The subsequent proceedI eIMrSenate for the manner in which I spoken but not to the Senator rot KentuckyoMr an apology To the Senator Missouri none THE HOME GOLDCURE WhichDrunkardsIn Spite of Themselves I ofthetive Cure for the Uquprrtablt uu4erat004thatweakness A body filled with heand nerves completely shattered by intozIcatlng dlcatIngcraving for Intoxatants Sufferers bomewithoutbusiness by this wbndeifulJ4Hesae perfecteddtreatment of inebriates Ted faiths thllsguaranteed to cure the moatobstlnate case no matter how hard inker Our records marrelans- ansformation of thoaeantll Drunk into sober Industrious end up+ right menJChUdrellis in no sense a nostrum but is a ecific for this disease only and la prepretlthatpleasant to the taste BO that it can given in a cup of tea or coGebslip taking cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more byhavingloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and dlacontlnueddrinking not wait Do not be deluded by mentDrive a time The The Home Gold is sold at the extremely low n placingthin costling company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when mested without extra charge Seat to any part of the world oa DeptIPhiladelphiaAll t- aieCENTRAL GROVE KY Hobdywhohas yeaJJProvleence ArtbnrHaxlarle bra andhaji mow thereon Mr Marvin Miller Louisville was dapsleaptMr Melvin Shoulders r wjjp was agoIMr S A Bishop of Smallhotue andMIss Ellen Bishop were married at parentiMresday We wish them a happy t prosperous voyage qa the sea of life Master Barclay Shoulders has ooping cough IIl1rtTotMonday marriageIdreadfully disappointed How is that dntyto heeshe teen that life is to be wasted in unsatisfac contentment that has notIng of martyrdom It it aSubscribe foifTHE HARTFORD REPUBLI AN 100 per year in advanced Cheap Rates01 on eantpetmlieto ALLASfApril 1820 by 1DQL Cintral naU u atendooOlOn account of Annual Reunion UNITED CONFEDERATE Vl fERANSnnd SONS of VETERANS opporotlnll1tlonal Part rib at Vlckibnrg OklabomVltbborghpaeell Through Train fromiuaUrOI Koallltk delegetw and their Writ to aaj IlllnoU Central Agentl INasal CATARRHIn Id hi cleullnei- iElys Cream Balm eIIIIICtIOOhu and heaU dlieued toembru- eIteanealurbaoddrlra swats cold la tL dead rNe Cream Wales U pUccJ Into the DOtrUt1prud r the mtmbras end U aborted neltitb Iw nedltt and core follow U li not drjndo i JJrajtoctot I lILT BUOTUBKS M TTarrn Street New Tfakv i r V L41 I 0 c of i1tfEl = y i I lIy 1 4 Hartford Republican a Iufli darbr flit HatfordPub Colncorporat EnlitJd atHiitfotlpostoffieiisstcQiiilclJSSiJijll matter CCPDO QII CircLt rlontJ I ZOllrh Lvr == IJNoH TJlOJlA8Idllor= FRIDAY MARCH 14 =F JUDGE J S Glenn bas been apl pointed Commonwealths Attorney pro torn vice J KJ win Rowe drunk and disabled Jxo D LONG has resigned the Secretaryship of the United States Navy and will be succeeded by Rep t retentive Moody of Massachusetts ToE Loulsana Purchase Exposition UWillbe opened April 30 1903 Just ronehundred years alter Napoleon Bonaparte signed the Louhana Territory treaty ENGLISH blood has again been shed and English pride again humiliated in Boerland In a field action last week British arms suffered heavily at the hands of the Boers t NEXT Tuesday the Kentucky Gene Assembly will be dissolved and the Conscript fathers will quit the and life of the State rntin affairs of State no more JUDOE Oweu has appointed Judge I J S Glenn Commonwealths Attor neyduriog Mr Rowes incapable pe rdnodHerald hold against Judge Glenn that it will not mention this honorable distinction conferred upon him HORSE BRANCH was made an incorporated town at the present sitting of the Circuit Court The new town is officered as follows Police Judge W S Cole Marshal Laban Frizzell Trustees W M Awtry P H Aid ford W G Bond J M Miller il B Crowder TilE Governor has signed the Far ns blind tiger bill and the sup pression of this disturber of the public peace is made much easier This bill gives Magistrates jurisdiction in these cases which is much better than waiting for the tedious and uncertain action of grand juries e TIlE Kentucky General Assembly Democratic to the corehas raised rthetax rate from 47c to 50c on each worth ofprcperty The raise of the tax rate is to meet the expenditures made in prosecuting Republic toIoffice in spite of the Goebel law TUE Grayson Tribune a bright breezy Republican paper published at t Grayson Ky is edited by John D Littlejohn There is enough of the John about this editor to excite our interest and if he improves with age by the time he gets to be a big John the Tribune will be all that we hope for it GROWING of ginseng is assuming the proportions of an industry in Kentucky to such an extent that the legislature has just passed a stringent law to protect the growers of the valuable root Stealing or injuring Sang gardens is made a distinct offense for which severe punishment is provided Where could we Cud n better mai for Ap pellate Judge thon the Hon II L D CluRrf The Judge II n mnn of rare ntllltjr and would make a man for the once that thUdUtrlct wilt be proud of Wo an lure tbU county It for blmUIIdor- Tbe Scottsville Reflector voices our sentiments in the matter of a candidate for Appellate Judge Judge Guffy is at presentChief Justice of the Appellate Court and will not perhaps have any opposition for the Re publcan nomination for reelection THE Kentucky Legislature has just I paneda law to allow Jno W Butler of Allen county to sue the State for 85700 tax money of which he aa sherifl was robbed in 1807 While this sort of legislation is in orde- what is the matter with extendinIg this privilege to other citizens v1 10cy have been robbed of money justly ue them from the State The salaries of Taylor Powers and others to illus trate GOVERNOR Beckham has refused toI make requisition on the Governor of Tennessee for the return to Kentucky of Lee Turner of Quarter House fame because the request for the reoI quisition was based on the aflidavit of Frank Cecil who was recently in dicted for complicity in the Goebel murder conspiracy If Anybody is really anxious to have Turner brought back he should present to the Governor an affidavit signed by Finley Anderson or Barber Weaver WHAT is the matter with Hanna Four years ago it was agreed thatI Hanna was a politician now moslmon conceed that he is a no mean ability Mr Hannaa selec lion as fathersuperior of a great CapitalLabor Congress prised those who had regarded him only aa a shrewd manipulator of elecII tion matters but not the laboring people ofthe country who know him best As Marcus A Hanna becomes better known by the great American 1 ti il public oti Irlll oloiifr to the American heart and if the Republican party sect fit to pats him up its nomination for the Presidency wo years hence we are not going to bolt Tnu term strenuous life which Theodore Roosevelt has popularized is better exemplified in him than any other living American His versa tile character aflords a greater lati tude for study aud analysis than any of his contemporaries His life has been an urgent systematic display of all his energies andas a natural reo suit he stands today as a man who has attained his highest ideal in the vigor and fulnets of typical manhood Mil J EDWIN ROWE whose Indis position we reported last week is no better Mr Rowe says he is suffering of a severe attack of neuralgia However we have heard the same trouble described by other names Mr Rone Dodson wearying of keep tug a neuralgia hospital loaded Mr Rowe into a buggy Tuesday and took him out to his fathers farm where it is hoped the Commonwealth may recuperate GOLLY Weve got a scoop on the Hartford Herald this week The Commonwealths Attorney has had the neuralgia so bad tbat he has not been in the court house for more than a week and Tuesday morning he was taken out to the country for fresh air and the Herald said never a word about it Such an oversight on the part of a newspaper is indeed censurable Besides being its Commonwealths Attorney Mr Rowe is the Heralds law partner and still it refuses to do him the justice to ac count to his friends for hia absence from his post of duty Both Mr Rowe and the public have just cause for complaint against the Herald for iU lack of enterprise in failing to report such an important news item There is more catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other dl seases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incura ble For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con stantly falling to cure with treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by FI J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tbe only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from io drops to it teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system The oflered one hundred dollars for case It falls to cure Send for circu lars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best The Editors Prayer Almighty and kind Father who doth from thy throne look down on the govertaent of men and delinquent subscribers most humbly do we be seech Thee to draw near unto them and whisper a few things Into their ears that the statutes forbid us to print Thou knowest our wants but the subscriber knowest them not and seldom stops to inquire Let it be known to them that there are large patches in the homestead oi our pants and there is an aching void in the front ol our backs and that we hun ger and thirst and heiasketh us notr to sup with him Thou know st Lord that our print paper and ink cost money but the subscriber know est it not and careth a darn sightless Thou knowest we are cold and the subscriber brlngeth not the wood he promised and we are shivering and shaking while he roasteth his shins before the red hot stove of his mother Inlaw Tell him all these things Lord and If then he falleth and bring eth no succor banish him to the lower regions to dwell among the calami tyhowlers and Thine shall be the glory and praise throughout our newspaper career Amen Don BURDETTE rHugh P Tracy Dead News of the death 61 Hugh P Tra a Louisville soldier in the Philip- pInes has just been received here Tracy died near Lucan on January 28 Today his father Daniel Tracy of 648 Third street who is one of the custodians of the Custom House reI celved an official notlGcatlonfrom thlC War Department He will have the remains brought home for burial- S Young Tracy first enlisted in the army two years ago He served a year returned home and seven months ago reenlisted lie was very popular in Louisville and his army career had been most promising Louisville Post egColored Minister Doubts Mr Cars negies FiftyDollar Bill Andrew Carnegie told a story to a few friends recently which has been repented confidentially by some of the lder financiers in Wan street Dur ug a recent trip in the South Mr Carnegie decided to attend service in one of the colored churches and when dra rear pew When the plate was passed he dropped e fso dollar bill into it The deacons counted the money and seemed to be much excited After they had all ex amlned the bill carefully they march ed down to the pulpit but before the preacher could begin the abortprayer of thanks for the offering one of the deacons walked around to the pulpit stairs and whispered in the minister Bear nodding his head toward Mr Carnegie and at the plate The zulu ister took the plate and made this announcement Breren de Lawd done bin mighty good to us dis day De collection mounts to one dollah an twentyfo cents an ef dat fify dollab bill wha dat grayhaired ole man slttin in de back seat put in de plate am good we will hab fiiyonc dollahs hn1 twenty fo cents Let ns tank de Lawd en pray dat It may be n gcol bill Mr Catnegle says he left the church before the prayer was ended BEDA KY March 12Mrand Mrs Sam Will r lams of the Waltona Creek neighborhood visited the family of Mr Joshua Tiniley last Sunday Rev R D Bennett filled his regu lar appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Plummer Bennett is visiting his brother our Representative ut Frankfort this week The young people of our town who are attending school at Hartford were at ayMessrs Cltf on Hoover have gone to Illinois where they will work this season Vt D- IElectric Road to Hartford Every winter when the roads get bad the people of Hartford catch the railroad fever and talk of building an electric line from Hartford to Beaver Pam Two years ago it seemed that the dream was near realization but it vanished with the spring It is now said that the Central Cent and lion Company which has a plant at Ren der will extend it to Taylor Mines lor the purpose ol lighting and ventil atlng them In connection with this plan the company is considering the building of an electric line to Hart ford which it can do under its charter which is very broad Owensboro Inquirer Mrs Henry Hardwick Dead Mrs Eva Ram Hatdwlck daugh ter ot Judge J B Karn of this city died at Memphis Tenn at 5 oclock Monday morning after an illness of poisoningT mains will be brought to this city over the Illinois Central tomorrow morning at 8io oclock and taken to the residence of her lather at 214 East Fifth street where the tuners will occur in the afternoon at 2 oclock the services being performed by Rev P T Hale pastor ol the Third Baptist church of which she was a member The interment will be at Elmwood Misaywith her grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles Mayers on East Third street She was a very beautiful and attrac tlve young lady and unusually popular On June I 1900 she married Mr Henry Hardwick of Ohio county but who at the time was living in Paducah Later they moved to Men phis At the time of her death she was 22 years ol age and her child survives her Her father Judge J B Karn and her grandmother Mrs Charles Mayes were at her bedside at the time of her death will accompany the remains here The pallbearers will be Messrs Paul Johnson Oscar Cottrell Gray Haynes John Kirk Edward Dean and A G Chapman Inquirer La GrIppe Quickly Cured In the winter of ig8 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called Li Grippe says F L Hewett a prominent druggist l Winfield III The only medicine I used was two bcttles pi Chamberlains Cough Remeby It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been troubled with Grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy can always depended upon to break up a cold and ward off any threatened attack pneumorla It is peasant to take too which makes It the most desirable and one of the most popular preparations In use for these ailments Ior sale by all druggists m OAS ClnIAeBear tie lie Kind Yoi Hats tears Bought Bljnitoro c2e lIIof ca 1 HERBERT KY Mar oMr Willie Miller has boxed up his drugs to move to Lewis port where he expects to set up in the drug business Mr Sani Hayues has purchased the farm of I H Crow and will reside on ame In the fnture IMi Minor Haynes who moved to Owensboro a few weeks ago has moved back to Herbert where he will en gage In business Mr I H Crowe has bought the Webb McDaniel farm Mrs Henry Haynes who has been ick for spme time Is Improving Mr Virgil Miller who has been sick for several days has about recov credo Ros- nExCovMtgeid Dead Peoria 111 March nJohu Peter Altgeld former Governor of Illinois and a prominent leader of the doml nant faction ol the Democratic party ied here this morning of cerebral hemorrhage He waq the chief speak r of the pro Doer mass meeting here last night when he addressed a large audience lie spoke with his old time power and fire but collapsed at reI clans jay that a blood visael broke on th brain and that the resulting clot caused death Bud Crow Missing Since Sunday night the friends Ot W V CroTe formerly of Muswell have been very uneasy about rIm On last Thursday Ciowe who has been in Owensborn for two months In company with Charles Melvin a shantyboat man cut loose here and left for Henderson Crows ultimate destination was St Louis where he said he was going Intothe business Since that time nothinI has been heard of either of the men Crow met Melvin for the first time about three weeks ago and the two soon became friend When Crow told him that he was going ta St Louis Melvin invited him to go as fai as Henderson on his shanty boat say- Ing that he too was going to St Louii nd that he would turn the boat ove to his aunt who lives In Henderroa Crow accepted the Invitation and iince last Thursday they have not heard from either of the men Crow is known to have hid 125 and per tApS more moniy with liini ftril It is enred that be has ben Icfjlly dealt with They do not believe that Mel vin has put him out of the way ns they say he seemed to be a very nice fellow The two have not been seen in Henderson ton have they been heard of at any point along the river The chief of police has telegraghed at St Louis and a lookout is being kept there It word is not received by tomorrow Crows friends will indeed fear the worst tor him Owensboro Inquirer Farmers of Ohio County Until our permanent quarters are completed we will ocupy the Fogle building with a full line ol the best field seeds that can be had and also breaking plows The tamous Oliver Chill Plows and other lines ofthe best steel breaking plows manulactur ed We will also put In a big line of wire and nails We expect to be opened in our new quarters opposite the First National Bank about the isth ot March with a complete line bi larm ing implements road wagons and the best buggies and sorrles that cai a- be manufactured Soliciting your valued patronage we are Yours for buslnesss T J TURLEVCO 32 Hartford Ky asPneumonia cars be Prevented This disease always results from a cold or an attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely use ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy was extensively used during the epidemics of la grippe of the past few years arid not it single case has ever been reported that did nc rtcov er or that resulted in pnetmdnla which shows It to be a certain preventive ol that dangerous disease For sale by all druggUts m Think of what it men 133 for The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean and this paper for pne year Its a special dealCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of I From Our Representative Frankfort Ky Feb 20j J902 Mr F W Pirtle Hartford Ky My dear sir Your letter received and contents noted I am glad to reo ssurlngfty are with me on the position I h8eI 9taken in regard to the prohibition question I want to assure you thatI I wilt do all in my power to secure the passage of the bill to which youI referred or any other bill that 111I liquorreserve you Yours truly A S BENNKTI n PostmasterPalmer jof SoGlen Falls N Y des Iicribes a condition winch thous anus of men andwomen find identical with theirs Read what he says and note the similarity lJcasehim enclosing 1 stampedad e dressedenvel L D Palmerfor reply and get a per IIhereDr Miles tIHeartI suffered agonizing pain In the left blheartcutter then skip beau until Icould aln1ihtwould meant sudden death th condition seemed almosthO1ClesawhendI bczan taking Dr flIHeart Cure and the effect was uton Ishlnc learnedly Implnre similar sufnceren to remedies a shonrlDrI lrr 111 Liver PillsIThats what thing to cure yOUrhiiious gooddigestion liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative AIWU UI abuuuilbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE MKoro o tm p p A 00 4S k N- r r rrnn BAIZETOWN KY Mon uSince the weather has moderated people are making haste 10 Krt nllt f nT d nrd other preparations for farming We are informed that Pate IhIzc and family will start to Texas to tiorrow to 10 r June ntilllSis llaiz tbo hUll beeu sick ful several month ol consumption died sail was buried at New Zion Februa fy aS Baizetown has four business houses and two grist mills Henry Daugherty has sold a part 01 his farm to T M Daugherty J R Evans is quite SiCk at tills writing The plce of land in this vicinity is advancing considerbly A farm sold here last slimmer for 15 not long alter It sold for 25 and now the own er wants ISO lor Itmust haven sttuck oil K J How to Cure the Grip Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as dl rected and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts an tendency of the grip to result in pneu monia which is really the only ser Ions dangei Among the tens ol thousands who have used it for the grip not one case has ever been re ported that did not recover For salt by all druggists m Arrives at Horta Horta Azores March SThe Cu hard Line steamer Etrurla entered thi harbor at 6 oclock this morning All on board are well She had comparatively uneventful passage except lot the breakdown which occurred during the dinner hour of February 26 When this oc curred the Etrnrla had only just fin- Ished speaking by wireless telegraphy with the Cunard Line steamshld Urn bria After the accident was dlscov ered the Etrnrla called the Umbrio wirelessly for one hour but without success Uuon examination it was found that the ships propeller had broken tfl outside the tube and that the rnddtr had been carried awoy by the proptl let The Etrurla then sent up rockets which were seen by the British steam er Willlau Cliff The latter bore down and was alongside in fifty minutes alter the accident She atood by until daylight when alter several attemplss she succeeded in passing a hawser aboard the Etruria The tank steamer OtUwa arrived onthe scene at this time The Wilt lam Cliff then attempted to tow the Etruria while the Ottawa tried to steer her The hawser however snapped The Ottawa stood by for two days and then belt for Fayal bearing the second officer ol the Etruria to refort the disaster and obtain assistance In the meanwhile the crew of the Utruria had made every tfiort to rig a jury rudder The first rudder was carried away ImmedUtely before an attempt was made to use it Alter further efforts lasting for two days a sccon ju ry rudder was successfully adjusted and Is still in rosition The passengers of the Etruria were satisfied that they were in no dangerI and they praise the conduct Captain and crew of the vessel Alter the accident the passengers amused themselves with the usual decksports and concerts were held in the first and second cabins OJy those who ereI anxious concerning business matters chafed at the unavoidable delay It is reported from Mjddlesborothat John Powers under indictment for conspiracy in theTiOebel murder is now in Honduras It is rather strange fact that of those that have been tried tbe only one that has been sentenced to death Is Jim Howard the only ore who voluntarily surrendered hImself antagrabIe O 51 z 0 1Ahears tho the hal Yes Have Always Buglil Signittroof aAn Honest Man The dispatches tell of the death in Chicago of Judge R M Wallace atthe age of 74 During the Grant admin istration he is said to have refused a tatment By that act he gave the lie to the oft ri petted tcindal on humatiiiy that every man has his price and tut the hands tf the optimist a whip ith which to castigate thoyt carping and r all eonll ghouls wLo believed honesty is a myth and virtue erely a nameJOn an he would haVe eesi bcctite In its ucctptauce with no tt one to answer to but his conscience in the midst of pressure to err SIbteteinzinatioo that xVas sublime bera ung aside a princely fortune rather N than sacrifice manhood There was ostentation in the sacrifice heIwore no pbylacteiy and the Cl ow that he did not proclaim his from the of the T nhouses L wr1T 1 JaTi P 1 piy Judge Wallace tribute The pen that would seek to do fO would find it unnecessary cud that words do not reach the lofty plain ou which he tnnv el It is delightful to r lived The record ol isis ttiouai1manly life is btlttr thun a sermonsPassed by tbe House Frankloit Match io By a vote of S3 to 23 the Houe pasted the reven bill increasing State Revenues SIIO InItax provisions The bill now goes to the Senate Oily stvcn worklrg days of the I session reiunin hut it will he osllble- to ps the bill III the Srnnla if it meets with no active Democratic opo position The tope hill to nloiv Jhn W Butler ul Allen county to bile the Stkle for 7 500 passe l thrHoilve Butler while Sherifl 01 Allen county was robbed in 1867 ul 5700 and reimbursed the State passrorws by tine vote in the Siuttv 011 uflhe robbers dying 01 con M uniptio t 0cveril yauit ago confessed tbI are to be jet living Seminary Site A committee representing I Xurthern MethcHlisi Church is tad in session in the office ol Surveyor o Customs C M Ilartitlt in the Cutcm blouse 01Ililt matter of a site lor the othtru Methodist Seminary which ties apparently between Beaver Dm tod llattford Ky Adclesatlon dcit zsns Irvin Bes Dam will meet the committee td and offiT a site while the commit has already received nn oiler ol a handsome lot r l seven acres III ha ford from Mr Bticctt Luisvi 5Pot Jetting Thinis all right if you arc too f and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less no great harm Too fat con lit a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There arc many causes of get ting too thin theyall come under these two heads overwork andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you cai but whether you can orno take Scotts Emulsion of Cc Liver Oil to balance yoursc with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres limit howevcrj youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for i cant cat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long bevell and strong without some sort of activity Thogonulnohasthis r tako no other nottrlodfroo sample Its a grooablo taste will tsurprise you BOWNE Chemists4O9 Now York BOc and 51OO all druggists I r CO YEARS EXPERIENCE TIMDC MARKS DESIGNS a I uafquiCklYCOmDrJolIonlotrlellcooD4nllaL sent tree OMeit uencj forwcunnipattnu reSetpeetatScientific American elrenlatlon roar i tour montbs 55 Sold all rewjdnlern Co36lQrosdwa New York llraut OtSce 5 J 8t Wuhtogton n Co JOUUE J URNAt 2 TIMES A WEEK 104 Times a Year t stITIfNALUnited States for Drmocrnta and for ALL adra It 1 K the equal of mnny PalUn and the npvrlurot all oter B mlWr ktl t or Vwkltei Ilonry Wnilrrituii Editor Tho VvdiiMilujr issue U devoted to NEWS trrEIts the lSaturdaj lung Is devoted toe IZUIIE Sample eoplra wot free on appll tion Addmm Tilt COVllIKK JUUII tL CO LourUvlIle Ky fly special nrrnnKemrnt yon can settis HE imiIUAN and the lllliilJOUItVAI rWlcrAWEsacy nly 81110Uunder this PIntI i contagiou ilooa poison articles coming cOntact IIuactheIgroins red eruption breaks out on body sores and ulcers appear the mouth throat becomes ulcerated the eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated copper colored splotches and pustular and sores appear ndthc noon parts of to about Shoes on Shoes us is to of 1 Is sometimes to is known as DIS EASE It is confined to of or classes and O through drinkIng using or ootherwise in aiJIa it fl iv visually a a nethe eruptions ago X a casa I wu ora I taking 8 I all evldenee the I six bot Wall S is a this loathsome disease cnres t even in fonns a powerful virus that pollutes In1 and penetrates to all parts or Unless you Ret this out ot your blood will ruin you and disgrace and upon your for it can be transmitted to M no is guaranteed n gtaLic compound t for free home bookacl learn all Contagious Blood Poison you advic give us a of case physicians all VnrtTiASWIFT OA cJ tSHOES oftbe8ca one us We love talk honniiso WO wo hnndlo the best brands the mark- ett Wo love to soil also because Uc our Shoes always 11give universal satisfaction IItleline the Brown of which wo the not lower the the the toilet the Improve disease the bonesthe even the for the the but Write our about the J chooedlfleront s E Dollar for Dollar youll receive Ladies and Gintto Ily always purchasinC a of s Our Sliocagive general satisfac tion because they are priceit1ittir fnv ivnnf rntun cir1 e sV in over what DAD dens with from with who with little hair ItiI name contractod Blood FoUon under treatment phyilclanuntll found began commenced short today sound Morrlitowa poison destroys Specific Worst perfect antidote system poison bring disease children from parent contains mercury potash strictly treatment want medical andour furnish charge whatever TIlE I with hnlinvo such Shoe pair these mcn such have them unrest t 25O Never 4is chased stylish 4is and- elegant Shoe z variety guaranteed bo tho best for the 4i money bo found on tho market t A Straight i tRemember clearanceisalo is still on Wo want give friends a tip that is a sure 1t ClearingQutSaleItci oral weeks will not last much longer We are GoodslIEany g broken stock Fall and Winter Goods cut tprices ranging all the way from 25 per cent Lbelow the regular Hut this opportunity last longwo really cant afrord it 4you interested you had better conic once 2this Big Sacrifice Sale liable stop any IT 4 time without notice Como now and save money lss iir II Our List Republican and TwicoaWcek CourierJournal pcryr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year v 160JRepublican and Louisville Commercial per year 126iN Republican and Toledo Blade per year l25 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year Republican and TwicoaWeek New York World 150 atr1aD TdD p hD iiJ oI ANDS TelegraphCOMPANY ap1OperatlDgin Kentucky IndianaMlssi8slppi and connected by Long Distant line thirtyfiveIan exchange inHarttbrd and cnrrnun b ug country They wish make their valuAle livingndistance Rates and other information may be obtained at drugtoreC NOWLIN Manager Notice to Subscribers I Kihdiynotic the label on your pap6rAnd if your t i bag expired pleai jeiid renOYa11Baember itwj kes mqney tq ua nOwspau May wo ha froiit jpu P 4j 4 j t 1 generally the vice the The best people are infected handling ometlmesI same persons I times Tn year bad I of that he could do me no good Then 50 to at once and In a Terr time of dliappeared took tin ansi am and will B X Tenn s S for and It is It ini S or If will any 4 P ft 250 Shoe pur II dun able a Ladles values to Tip our to our thing e s of at t to 60 If are at is to at Clubbing 138 t the in our ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONE COMPANY IXCOBFODITID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks phonesItalking distance with the whole coun byonlyRough River Terephonc Company or they will be nt the whole expense H Independent ManagerHartford a THE NEW YQRKWORLD- ThrIceaWeelc i EdltlonAt ofI V Th rrNldentlkl campaign Is or but the j othewaTompantiall4il that you hnrt to do ii til loot c othipubsherTMth antit K glUh language Is ipoknndyo subscrlpoupnteeiqoa1iop7 idTax irrvasicgs toptb ODe rar for fUO J twopr k- L re a- 1wwv n rw Purchasing is Not y Compulsory at the Store I a 1 OF Como in and compare if you dont feel like purchasing SpringILaces Embroideries Madras Cloths Ginghams Percale J Eter and would bo glad to have you visit us Compare our qunlities and prices with thoso of other houses then buy I whore your judgment tolls you is the best place I Special Prices for Ten Days THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE HOUSE Thlrtyalx inch fine Drown Domestic by bolt 4tfc Good Apron Check Gingham jc- Pfftyfourtnch Turkey Red Table Linen 150I Seven elghtha yard Bleached Cotton BO starch 50 Good 54 Table Oil Cloth 150 Colored Carpet Warp t8c White Carpet Warp 150 Beat Quality Prints Sc Thirtyslxinch Sea Island Percale roc Pine Zephyr Giagbams toe Elegant Assortment of Madras Cloth joe L Special drive on Lea Curtains 500750 ft per pair Window Shades all colon roc to 3SC Mens Perca Shlrtetwo collars end roan SOC Boys Madrid Cloth Shirts Soc New Assortment of Neckwear 1 zsc Latest Mens Collars sctofor 350 Mens Fine Shoes fioo Better Grades same f200 to fj SG Ladles Pine Shoea 125 to 350 We are not Prepared to Qilote Yoil suer 99Nor do wo caro to do this As wo stated in the outsot come in and see us compare what wo have with the goods null price of others then decide You are not compelled to buy If we do not sell to you wo will only thank yu fOr the courtesy you have shown us in looking through our stock WE WANT YOUR PRODUCECash Prices Paid f J Our New Home Is ono door from f f A D Whites 1 +d Grocery Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 14 c IME r A- aat raw In ttu- n1psoda by are ta CONSUMPTION Call oa Carson Bros Uoorea old stand Fresh lot of Cranberries at Singer Office Drink CocoadeliciousSinger Office Fresh Oysters and Celery always on band at Singer Office Fresh Fish and Oysters served dur1 lag court at Singer Office Use Grapenuta and Poatum Conti and get well Singer Office i All kinds of nice Cakes and Crack era fresh at Singer Office C R Martin jeweler and watch f maker at Williams drug store This Is neither a stuck up nor a cheap store CAUSOK Co We sell aa low aa we can rather as 1rt high as we might CARSON Co Oranges Lemons Bananas Pecan Cocoanuts and Apples at Singer Office Carson Bros carry a general line or I Jeatables Cbeeie Sausage Sardines Oysters etc 1 I t When you come to Hartford dout forget to call on Carson Bros MOores old stand If you need Letterheads Envelopes Statements Cards Posters Etc send ustour order Clean print newest styles and the best material NOW LOOK GUTIe fake OM of 1tyou trfeak Tlltrytoirtanawer Ws doUkt IliUl ea eyet to pitrfl cloths rubben tnd mMklatothM an fray ot Rare bowled outb pneumonia and other lung tad Chest diseuw winUz They ought cold neglected it lt it fix upon them were torn cuugh choked by Influnnuttona and oongMtlona wuUd b1 foyer tired out by pain sad than gay vf the 1be hour rithM yua hacold oa the cliMtplaoe a BUMS Ittt10roua Hutor vhtrr th a pain wtpptw felt If you thiak tw an Md 00daridparent the S sod fa organ In thU ywith ordinary cam toUOto exposure7011 break vf 1M cold sod Told a ous atoknessr other application or any other form eft treatment will this M Mtfefai Ddlpeed1ly BeiuonaPl it bays aills Uu t IIId It tenon and are ecraayS t tbI higbstdegree UsihsRlththeam confides for eoofha nuiaooWr rh aaa UB th grip btok and chat and all ala iUrallmente omeurbosnehltetrler- C ere bom oold weather eompUlaU keep the plteUr at ml r get genuine All druggist orw jrl I prepT on any numbs std r 8t OIl of th 11 A7oha7tfgoieattxZl Cucumber Pickles extra fiDe Singer Office Try our Mince Meat so alce SlaiuOfficetHitching Loom tree at B B Collins Cod stable Mr Wm Combs Adabnrg was In town Tuesday Mr Jno C Riley went to Owens boro Wednesday Groceries of all kinds at the lowest prices at Carson 4 Gos Mr Ceo Maples near Beds has a severe attack of pneumonia Nicest and freshest line of Candles In Hartford at Stager OfficeIlivery purse can find here a suit to fit it CAXSON Co Our but salesman is a bargain Try him and see CARSON 4 Co There Is no bet la town If it is not found here CARSON Co Miss Lieu Hoover Olaton matricu lated In Hartford College last Monday Mr 8M James postmaster at Se lot was among our callers Wednes day Remember you can get the nicest Hot Lunch la Hartford at Singer Of flee What trade we have ire hold what we havent got were after CARSON Co Carson Bros have moved into their new store second door from Bank of Hartford Call and see them Wedding Suits a specialty Made to your order guaranteed to fit R T COLLINS Tailors Agt DrS D Taylor Rev J H Embry and Mr Jim M Hudson Beaver Dam went to Louisville Monday Our flour is of the brit patent and the lowest price in town CARSON Co Free delivery ofall goods bought from Canon Co Rough River phone No i31 Cumberland No 19t Our restaurant department will be running over with good things to eat during Circuit Court Call and see rUI5lnKer Office come to Circuit Court horse at B B Collins Coa stable Careful attention given stock left with them I RT Collins the tenors agent will make your new spring suitor pants and guarantee a fit See sam ples at his cold storage plant IFor your new spring suit ace R TI athla cold stonaje plant He is agent for the best tailormade clothing1 houses In the country anti lI1glveyotu perfict fit at a most reasonable prlc All work strictly I fintcUfltv b Asthma It One ofmy daughters had a Itrrlble case of asthma We tried almost everything but without re lid We then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and three and one bottles cured herEmma Jane Entimlngcr Langivllle O Ayers Cherry Pectoral- certalnlycuresmanycases of asthmaAnd cures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds rirnshut lkNaII All irigWs ConiaH rose dottor It b ore Ue Itthat do M If be tell not la lab It thin Wt lake It lie knows tMTtltvltkhlm J C YZR coLoeia SUu Dr L B Bean went to Lonlsvitl Tuesday Attorney S P Roby Fordsville Is attending court Mr Joo D Oliver Balzetwon was In townTBfesday Esq Jno M Graham of Narrows was in town Monday Esq G S Fitzhngh of Dundee was in town Tuesday Capt David Duncan Rockport was in town Tuesday Mr Moses Coppage of Narrows called to see us Monday lion R C Jarnagin Beaver Data la in Frankfort this week Mr A L Bennett of Livermore la very sick of Brigbts disease Prot H C Truman of Fordsvllle wu in town the fint of the week Mr Ed Davidson Heigta Falls was in town the first of the week Judge C W Maaale of Owensboro la attending court here this week Mr Warren Pursley of Cadiz Ky la spending a few days in Hartford A carnival of low prices at our CARSON Co Itorc Attorneys M L Heavrin and Ben D Ringo were in Owensboro last weekMr James Wedding Sulphur Springs called to see us while in town Monday Mr W M Baugh of Taylor Mines gaveus a pleasant call while in town Wednesday Col C M Barnett Surveyor of the Port Louisville came down home Wednesday Atnea Buggies the best on the market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky Born to the wife of Mr Joseph Ford near Beaver Dam Tuesday a en pound boy Dr J W McCarty of Fordsville hag had a relapse and BO he is again quite a sick man Mr C T Sutton editor of the weneboro Inquirer was In town the drat of the week Mr Bony Allen ot Narrows who has been In Arkansas for a year past hll returned home County Attorney W H Barnes la confined to the house with a troublesome case of mumps Mr JT White Asklna a survivor- of the 17th Ky left was In town the first of the week Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for special bargains in Buggies and Wagons Mr Ed Bowers near Sulphur Springs lost a child ot scarlet fever the first of the week Cream Brick and Limburger Cheese Bologna Sausage and Bone lag Ham at Singer Office Mr B P Petty has bought the Jell Board residence property at Narrows and will move into it this week Wagons Bugges Phaetons Surrie- and all other kinds of vehicles for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky Our old friends Messrs Ranse Martin and John Shnltz ot Cromwell were among our callers yesterday Our patrons wear smiles along wit their clothing that they buy here CARSON Co Mr Geo Mlles an old citizen of bis county but now ofLyoala Hancock county was in town Tuesday We watt all your produce the high eat market price will be paid you CARSON Co Mr Amos Shown jolly old batch elor of the Deda community was n pleasant caller at this office Monday We dont promise the earth for a dollar We are here to think of your Interests CARSON Co Mr Mike Crahan who has been staying at Hartford for some time left for hls home at Horse Branch Tuesday Mrs Steve Lee living near Sulphur Springs gave birth to twins last Sat urday night The little ones lived only a fewhours Mr William Arnold of Can v111e was in town the first of the week Mr Arnold was formerly a citizen of this county end be always meets with a hearty welcqme when he visits kern I Mrs C H Barnett Is suffering from an attack of stomach trouble Mr M S Shults Narrows was among our callers yesterday Mr Ed Render and old Hartford boy has located in Decater Alabama Mr Lawrence Daniel Olaton was a welcome visitor to our sanctum yea terday Attorney Speed Guffy of Morgan town Is attending Circuit Court here this week HaveR T Collins make you a new suit for Easter See samples at cold storage plant Mrs Jemima Martini of Cromwell has pneumonia and on account other extreme age the family feels very anxious about her condition Mr Warren Nickel and Miss Agnes Harrel Rockport were married at the Hartford House last Friday morning Rev G J Bean officiating Col Bemis one of the chief promo ters of the Isola Oil Company of Beech Grove McLean county died or pneumonia at that place Monday Attorneys L P Little Owensboro B L Kelly Deanfield John Rone Centertown and J M Porter Beaver Dam are attending court here this week The grand jury came down en masse yesterday afternoon and after a thorough investigation of TUB REPUBLICAN office pronounced it an 0 K- Mr Geo W Allen of Rockport Ind and Miss Addle Nash ofJingo were quietly married at the residence of Mr Sam Mitchell near Jingo last evening Miss Iva Wedding of Sulphur Springs went to Evansvllle Tturs day of last week where she has ac cepted a position in St Marys hOI pital In that city All accounts due this paper on sub scription must be settled at once This action is made necessary because of the recent change in the ownership of the paper Fair warning Mr Ired Hipsley of the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood has had a se vere attack of mumps but is Improving and will soon be out again Un cle Ired is eightyone years old Mrs Henry Hardwick died at Mem phis Tenn Tuesday of puerperal fever and was buried at Owensboro yesterday Mrs Hardwick was a daughter of Judge Karns of Owens boro Col J S R Wedding the second biggest lawyer in Hartford celebrated his thirtyeighth birthday Wednesday This account would have been more extensive had be invited the editor to dinner Mr W G Hardwick went to Owensboro to be present at the fines al of his pisterdn law Mrs Henry Hardwick whose remains were In terred In Elmwood cemetery in that city Wednesday Mr A Lillian an architect of Owensboro was in consultation with Mr Jno C Riley here Tuesday in re gard to the erection ot Mr Rlleya new business building on the present site of the Commercial Hotel Mr Hugh Tracy son of Mr Dan F Tracy now of Louisville died in the Philippines January the 28th Young Tracy grew up in Hartford but was at the time of his death a United States soldier in line of duty in the Philippines Rest to his ashes The case of the Commonwealth vs Kealy Gray Mills and Marsh for looting the Bank of Hartford was docketed for tomorrow but Eac count of a case of amallpoxTjf the Owensboro Jail they will be brought over for trial at the present termMr Ed Bulllngton our hustling inr teresting relic of Vicksburg journal lam The last issue of that Confed crate newspaper was published on wall paper just before the fall of Vicksburg and Mr Bullington has a copy of it under glass cover in his itsCap Davis who has been confined In the county jail since the jury failed last week to agree to a verdict In the matter of his being charged with kill ing Jo Miller was released from cus BeanhHenry Bean and Albert Cox are bondsmen Success in the past guarantees that all tailormade work done by R T Collins will be satisfactory both in workmanship and price Give him yonr order for any kind of clothing- you may need made to your orde- tram samples ot your own selection Call at his cold storage plant Hart fordMr I and Mrs E E Rhoads Dean field took their little boy to Louis ville last week to have him operated upon for tumor of the stomach They arrived in that city late in the after noon and left the little fellow over night at the hospital and when they returned next morning found him dead Mr H A Stow of Paradise who is a member of the grand jury his showed us a violin of his own make that is quite a curiosity Besides be ing an excellent musical instrument it is interesting because of a very pe culiar head which is a very perfect duplicate of anegro heAd white eyes and teeth and negro wool all true to life i On account Confederate Reunion Dallas Texas April nand to 25th round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Dallas at rate of 1630 for rouud trib Tickets ou sale April 18 19 and 20 limited to return April 30 An extension may be obtained until May 15 1902 upon payment of fee of 50 cents S A VANMETRR Agent Sheriff Keown had P Wittaker in custody on trust Saturday and P decided it would not be unkind in the Sheila to trust him to go home and acting accordingly lelt town How ever Cal took a different view of the matter and overhauled him on the road and brought him back to town P was charged with carrying conS cealed a pair of knucks Falling to give bond Whlttaker was lodged in Jail Preston Morton Post NO4 G A R will hold memorial services over the grave of Daniel Hicks at Patter son graveyard on Sunday April the 27th All comrades and Sons of Vet erans are expected to be on hand On account of bad weather the old comrades were not present at his fun eral hence we will have services on the above day Chaplin Rev Joe A Bennett will officiate on this occasion JAMES ASHLEY Com Mr Ed Bulllngton ot this city has the finest collection ot moneys of this and other realms that we have ever seen MrBnlllngton has in his collec tion 102 pieces of money or at least he bad when he submitted the collec tion to us for inspection ranging la- In face value from a small fraction ol a cent to 250 The oldest cola In the lot is an American half dollar of 1806 A Prussian coin follows close with the date of 1809 An American quarter of 1818 and a dime ot 1821 rank next in age Mr Bnlllngton has a number of shin plasters which would interest greatly the younger set Two sos two 258 one 10 and one 5 cent piece of this frac tional paper currency long since out of circulation are interesting relics of the perfecting period of our national currency A 250 gold piece two gold dollars Spanish French Eng Itch Prussian Chinese African and other coins complete the collection Our Boy Jim To those long acquainted with TUft REPUBLICAN office perhaps the most familiar object about it is Mr James Nance our veteran boy prlatcrIMeasured by events Jims services on the mechanical force of Tim RE PUBLICAN are hoary with age Back in the old nineteenth century JimI learned to handle the stick and was sticking to his stick while Queen Vic forla was ruling the whole British Empire her sporting son the Prince ol Wales excepted Before Bryan was Jim wast before Schley end Dewey were born into public notice Jim was doing his dally task at his case and even before Goebel made himself famous by law Jim was loyal to his editorchief Beginning his work aa a compositor a homeless boy with not the whereon to lay his head Jim has now a home of his own and while he sleeps now on his own pillow he has that enemy of the profligate six per cent running in his favor TUB REPUBLICAN since Jim has been in its service has seen changes in its editorial and business management compositors have come and gone but he remains His work is always of a satisfactory character and his deference for his superiors is admirable In fact TUB REPUBLICAN would not be complete without our boy Jim Wanted Teleplionp Poles The Rough River Co wants a lot of chestnut telephone poles from 45 to 50 feet long 8 inches at top Apply to D M Hocker manager office over W D Moores grocery Hartford tf e In County Court Rev Rufus D Carter qualified to solemnize the rights of matrimony W J Bean qualified as Deputy County Clerk Ernest Woodward qualified aa ad mlnlctrator of the estate of Thomas Dobbs deceased Ben Newton qualified as notary public for Ohio county Chester Keown qualified as Deputy SheriffRev Albert D Maddox qualified to solemnize the rights of matrimony Wm Combs qualified at Deputy County Clerk Reuben Wright qualified as guardian of Herbert Wakeman and Florence Wright Rosanna F Maiden qualified as ad ministratrix of the estate ot Granvllle Waltonrand Geo D Menrz aa sureties Marriages Mr Wafren S Nickel Rockport to Miss Agnes Herrel Rockport Mr N L Wedding Adaburg to Miss Ida Belle Howard Tally Mr Wayne Splnks Hotton to Miss Prndle Hurt Horton Mr Joe Bozarth Hartford to Miss Oievia Oiler Hartford Mr G D York Render to Miss Sallie J Carter Render Mr Oscar Petty Narrows to Miss Maggie Morton Jones Station Mr Jno Carr Mnhlenberg county to Francis Wilson Echols v Brother Antonlne is dead at Geth aemanl He was the last of the pio neer Trappist Monks who came over from France in 1848 and rounded the bbey of Gethseman in Marlon naty r Scrofula This root of many evils I Glandular tumors abscesses pimples and other cutaneous eruptions sore ears Inflamed eyelids rickets dyspep sla catarrh readiness to catch cold and Inability to get rid of It easily pale ness nervousness and other aliments Including the consumptive tendency Can be completely and permanently removed no matter how young or old the sufferer Hoods Hmtpullla WM given the daughter of Baas Vinu orWftwinlna2f Y who had broke out with fcrofuU sons all over ler face and head The ant bottle helped her and whitt she hid taken alt the cores were dt keeled end bar fun WM smooth Be write that the hu sever shown any sign of the scrofula returning Hoods Sxrampmrlllm Promises to cure and keeps the promise Ask your druggist for It today and accept no substitute A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Three Men Crushed to Death by a Cavein at the Rosine Tunnel The South end of the Illnols tun net iust above Rosine has been slv ing that company trouble for some time and about seventy five met have been employed there making re pairs Late last Thursday atternoon just before the nightshift came on with out a note of warning a hundred tons of earth and rock broke loose from the great overhanging arch and crashed mercilessly down upon the unsuspect lug workmen killing three of them outright and injuring more or less a number of other workmen Tom Dobbs and Will Sims col were killed instantly and Granville Maiden lived only a few minutes A sorrowful feature of the sad accl dent was the presence of Mr Maidens little boy weeping over his dying father and the last words of the dy lug man were addressed to his son Dont cry Malden lived at Horse Branch and leaves we are Informed a large family Young Dobbs was a son of John Dobbs of Rosine He was unmar tied and lived with his parents Sims was from CecilialEsquire Jno M Graham held the inquest over the bodies Friday Notice All persons having claims against the estate of W A Sandefur deceas ed will present the same to me prop erly proven on or before Junes 1903 or they will be forever barred This March tt 1902 W F SANDHFOK Admr ot W A Sandefnr 344t Cromwell Ky G A 8TOXI X A Beau tha1MLiad lot Nan sisals Ser- gigtger ZCircuit Court Notes Comth vs Cap Davlscharged with murder jury failed to agree Comth vs Thos Button charged with unlawfully selling liquor ver dict ot the jury not guilty under the instructions of the court Comth vs Will Sloan c demur rer to the indictment sustained and case rereferred to the grand jury All the remainder of the Common wealth docket was continued except the Comth vs R T Taylor Jr same vs Dud and Thomas Tatnm all of which were passed to a future day of the term The grand jury has returned four indictment up to the present time to wit One against Geo G Gray H L Marsh James Kelly and Joseph Mills charging them with housebreaking by breaking into thc Bank of Hartford One against Herman Decker Fonzfa Decker Tames Byers Herbert Stone and Clarence Mason charging them with breaking Into Whlttlnghill Wblttlngbllls store houseJoseph W Wilson S H Seibert John Felix and Thos L Anderson were summoned as petit jurors to fill out the panel Messrs Sam Barnett and L B Lo ney were empaneled as grand jurors In place of S R Williams and Felix Shaver who requested to be and were releasedThe of the Comth vs Herman Deckerc is set for trial tomorrow The case of the Comth vs Geo G Gray c the bank robbers will not be tried this term of Court on the account of smallpox having broken out in the Owensboro jail where they are confined In the contested election case of Wade vs Black the action was referr ed to Commissioners to open and count the ballots The Court appointed Messrs R E Lee Slmmerman and E M Woodard as Commissioners In the action of DP Tlchenor vs B C Austin the jury returned ver dict in favor of the defendant The Commonwealths Attorney be ing drunk end absent the Court ape pointed J S Glenn in his stead County Attorney Barnes IB absent on account of having mumps In the action of TH Baird vs Hen ry Stevens the jury found lot defegd ant in the sum ot S80 The grand jury will probably ad journ today having been in session eleven days A number of orders have been ta ken incases now on the docket but not many eased have been finally dis posed of CArai w u Our Jiv kr b 4 b1 4 94 SPRING 94 b 9- Y 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 OPENINGi 4 tr 41 bfF March 22 1902ab 9f4 941 9 1 Corning Aren t You I 4 9 f 4 4 b On March 22 wo shall have our Spring Opening i 43 4 in our Now Store Wo want you to como and be br b + J with us on that day While our doors always swing t 4 on welcome hinges we particularly want everybody bfM 41 to attend our Spring Opening The whole store i 4 bh 4 will bo bright and fresh in Spring attire We want i l 43 I 4 EVERYBODY to see us in our handsome now Jij building and to note how much better prepared t- J J than ever we are to supply the peoples needs New t r 4 Goods and enthusiasm everywhere We shall try to bt 4 t1 4V be very gracious hosts to all our callers Wo dont 4 4 ask anyone to call for the purpose of buying Wo bf i 4want to show you our 99 4 94 4 Elegant4 4 9fig4- Spi J Comprising all the New Styles in beautiful ClothL b 41 Furnishings Hats Ladies Dress Fabrics Mijlindly la 4Goods and Trimmings also a completo line of La 41lics Mens and Childrens Fine Limes s In connec 9 I 4tiler we carry complete lines of Groceries and Furni jj 41 ture our display will be worth corning to see Wo 4 47 want the ladies to come we want the gentlemen to 12 come we want the children to come wo want every b body to come just to mako us a friendly call The i f 4air and dash of Springtime is all over our storethe J I 41 atmosphere of welcome everywhere We will expect 94 43 you and you will bo Well repaid for your visit J 41 bM i CARSON CO19 bM 9 be 9 J 4 Hartford Ky 9tib M r C C MMe+ elrMerMrrMCr x revyr www 1P I e- lt t o t It will pay you to consider the money question about expenditures and returns which you need to consider Wo will answer them all to your en iii tiro satisfaction We will toll you about good a things at right prices and toll you about getting full value for every cent you spend with us Wo answer ypur questions with assurance of highaquality low prices and courteous treatment We are sure to got you if you want good goods S at the right pricesaf CLOTHINGOur I P s madetomeasure Cloth ing aro in And already our regular trade is pro openinga nice NEW Spring Suit Perfect fit guaranteed Our readytowear Clothing has just arrived and our Clothing Depart ment is first with the ear- lya Spring Styles Every tiling of latest styles cuts and patterns and T the a prices aro largely in favor of tho purchaser GANWEHAVE YOUR MEASURE Fl THATN SUIT i t DRESS GOODS i IQuite a variety of now Wash Fabrics for early 09 Spring wear aro on our shelves ready for your in 5 spection which includes the following Porcalg IIatA Madras Mercerized Chambrasr Ginghams Etc aAlso the greatest lino of Embroideries Insertions and Laces over shown iri this wholo county Eva orything for the Ladies is right in line with the f j latest Spring fashions fk v FARMERS Tobacco seed sowing is now in prose ress and we aro prepared to supply your wants in Tobacco Homestead Tobacco Grow er Field Seeds Oliver Chilled Plows Ect = E P BARNES BRO I BEAVER DAM KY MllilaiCaeua I I tTimKind You haTe Always Bought anti which has been In uso for over 30 years has borno the slprnatnro of J liftS been mOtto under his per c49rfli- Rtyz sonalsupervislon since Its Infancy Allow 110 ono to deceive you In this AU Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgoOlI are hut Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger the health of Infants anti ChildrenExperience against Experiment H What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless fiuhstltuto for Castor Oil Faro i goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic miustancc Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhcva and Wlml Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tile Foot regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy null natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ho Signature of ctiBoars l Tie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years uc eTOU eOAN n MUA aTCC utW VOPI CItY I J a FIELD r2 SON- TBANOSFoERcLI N EI 3JWJ tA ror A OCAvcr JUt BARTFOBD YA FAST foND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ASTHMA CURE FREE I 7J Aathmalono Brings Instant Koliof and Permanent 1 Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE TOUR XAME AND ADDKEMN PIAIMIY I CHAINED FOR TEN I t I EARS I There is nothing like Asthmalene IM brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else Sails The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge III says Your trial bottle of Asth malene received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from It I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertise ment for the cure of 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 full size bottle Roy Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi oi the Cong Dual Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy lor Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderlul Alter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours DR MORRIS WECHSLER IAvonSprings N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Talf Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderlul effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on isoth street New York I at once obtained n bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical improvement Alter using one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and she is entirely iree from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I Sound relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsize bottle and I am ever gratelul I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best ofI health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use ofas you see fit Home address 235 Rlvlngton street S RAPHAEL 67 East I2gth st New York City Trial Bottle Sont Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists I AREYOU DEAF ANYHEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING e ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf ore incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDiATELYaF A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE Md March jo loot CIr lit Being entirely cured of clcalnets thanks to your treatment I will now jive yon full history of my case to te used at our discretion About fIVC yeilu ago rlabt ear ben toMug and thu kept on getting woroe uuUIt lost my hearing In Ili ur tntftflv- I undttwent a treatmeot for catrih for thTee montilL wltboutnyucte consulted a nurn Mol physicians ansong other tlsemot mlnentcaflpecialiltol whotoidmetbatponly an operation could 1fttva thst only thst the then ceaie but the hearing would be lost foreveroI then saw your advertisement In a New bent Alter I used It only a few dayanecordlogtoyour directions the noisesceued and today after five weeks my iicarini in the diieated car liaa lieen entirely restored I thank you Mani y and beg to remain Very truJURMAN 730 S Broadway Baltimore 14 a Otr treatment does not interfere with your usual occupationlnzidvicefreeYOU CAll CURE YOURSELF AT HOME atanonlnaI eoNttINTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO s r 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 14 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo- T blo Ns w tlras card taking tffcct Sunday Dee 5 a 1 MO at noon Nnrltl llnnnd Nnnlli Ilnniil NolJJUus5J7nm Xo 121 uoll17 a n No lot uut247p m So 101 duo 147 p la No 1Z3 duo 1230 pm No 131 due 543 p m Lo Freight No 194 dUI 7M am No 191 tus 241 p m S B VAXUITIB Agent f HORSES OF VENICE ttual Count Increases the Somber to Fifteen It Is a popular joke to say that there lire tint six horses III Venice tour over the portico of St Mnrkn cathedral and two bronze nnlinaU of heroic size one bestrode by Victor Emmanuel and the other by General Colleone But this In n mistake There are four other horses also of bronze In the Church of St John and St Paul and quite a number of plaster and marble In the different public buildings making alto gether at least llfjecn or sixteen Ruskin and other competent critics han declared the statue of Colleone to be the best equestrian monument ever cast In bronze It was designed and east by Andrea Verrocchlo painter sculptor Jeweler engraver poet nnd musician u man of Infinite genius whose greatest fame lies In the tact that he was the Instructor of the great est artists of all centuries Michael Angelo Raphael and Leonardo da Via cl The statue of Victor Emmanuel not so highly thought of The horses on the top of St Marks are famous and have had a trying ex perience They date back to the pre- hIstoric age and are supposed to be the work of a Greek artist named Lysslp pus anti designed for a sculptured char lot They were taken to Home during the empire and first used as ornaments upon n triumphal arch erected by Nero and afterward by Trajan The Em peror Constantine took them from Rome to Constantinople where the Doge Dandolo seized them as loot and brought them to Venice When Napo leon entered the city In 1707 ho had them taken down from the roof of the cathedral and shipped them In wagons over the Alps to Paris They served as ornaments upon the triumphal arch in the Place du Carrousel till 1815 when Emperor Francis I of Austria redeemed them and they were replac ed at his expense where they now stand These ponderous animals ore of pure copper and each weighs about two tOilS They were formerly glided but the gold has been worn off by the weather and the verdigris which has accumulated upon the copper gives them n rich green tint William E Cur tis In Chicago Herald OUR PRESIDENTS Only One Impeachment and hut Two llesolutloiis of Censure Andrew Johnson rae the only presl THE NEW WAY Common Sense for Womon I Ladle Should Read ot the Latest and Most Sac cnwlul Importation from France All Womankind May roMrs Hrlght Eyoa rat r Skin Strength and Good health So aj Dr LaDord the fnmons French proc tltlonrr who has devoted hl whole life to the tudy ol women and huwon the hlghMt dlA tlnctlon through his wonderfully successful proc tire among the Scat families ol Paris WOMAN A IIEKOIME Woman Is A heroine says the Doctor and her remarkable endurance and ability to withstand the mot tryIng ordeal compels admiration She Is a slay to the Natural Modesty ot her sex which no often rnu e her to endure the greatest trials and suffer In silence rather than consult even her Family Physician tearing to upon herself to necessary questioning and probable examination A ALIFEfVTt7I Recofrnltlng this fact early In hi practice Dr Lallord hns by year of study Dud doe oppll cntlon enrolred an entirely new method ot treat meat for all ailment peculiar to woman which boa met with unbounded success and his Ilrnnch Offlces managed by skilled physician under his personal superrlslon ore now located In erery large city of Europe By his superior methods each patient receives absolutely free ot charge lull and detailed ndrlre especially adapted to her case thus avoiding all embarrassment or Inconvenience and as Dr La ford remedies are put up In the form ot small dainty wafers they an easily carried aDd taken at any time or place without nttractlngntten tlon This Insures regularity In treatment whirl Is mot Important to n cure and generally Ira possible with liquid remedies Liquid remedies nlwnys contain nlarge propor tlon of alcohol whUky or other liquors to pro serve them from polling Dr lAllords Wafer are a dry medicine and are positively frevfrom Intoxicant or narcotic drug of any kind IOIIIU MII1I0IlH Dr LaDords greatest surrens line been achlev edbytbeumofthvTAUOMA WAlKII This U not n latent Medicine but a clenUftelrtpa ration of Viburnum or CA1IUNIA icon munly known ns lllnck llawberry nnd ntber well known herbs wnonncumtlve properties h ve been known to herbHllMts fur renturlvM Vlbur num or OA1IUMA Is recognized nail i re scribed by the lending physician uf the world as the best known Hpecltlcfor Kimal troubles The extremely dUagrueabli taste of thetw drun has munlpoluUuurttnlollillhoer uutllJuredt embodying the mot accurate and certain cure for Female VeakneM Nervous 1rnstratloulnln fnl nail HappnwMnl Mcnmni IrreKulnrtty 140101 rtoe or Whiten Sterility Ilceratlon of the Uterus Chunire ot Life In Matron or Muld Cbn Dlc De tune Urinary Troubles Nervous Debility IrnfUM How Threatened UUcnrrlnKi 1alpltntlon of the Heart lain In the Left hide Cold Hands and Feet hearing Down Iulns llackache Short acM ol Ilreath HcnMIng ol lrlne florence of Ilreast Nenralgla Uterine Dlnplacement and nil those symptoms which make the average wo raana life to miserable It make child birth easy and saves doctors Dills A VAIUAIIIK FIIATLIIE bleloKtomode well trolig and happy In n surprlnlnaly short time by this wonderful treatment They will not only curt the mot obstinate case uo onlyknownto prevent theno monthly recurrence of extreme pain nod suffering nenllemly endured by so many of our women Iure mill Effective Dr Inttords Wafers are purely vegetable containing no Injurious chemicals or dregs and ore positively guaranteed to cure even the most neglected ease II directions nrn carefully follow d and the medicine honestly taken This valuable remedy llr lHllonP Cnro iiln Is now on sale In America by the Importing firm of 2aylesIsilIrr mi nnr who have contracted with Dr lnllord for the exilimlvo for the United Htates A Consultation Department under the nupervlslon ot llr IaIs maintained oDd special advice furnished- bsolutely trio of charge to nil who take the treatment Lndle ordering CAIIUNIA are In vited to write nil about their particular cases In detail and are HMunxl the most sacred privacy orIUOne box ol CAIIONIA Wafer containing InonthouIIPly1II botlCulrpktlnndto any oditre the 8 or CnnadonlIpt ot One Dollar accompanied by f your case A lull DId complete treatment la wrltteoharanteefreedyluenndfulidirectioncharges ol nny kind thus placing the treatment within the reach of nil Address Consultation Dept Thei JVoyle Company Mstttt and 7Uk BU rUM adtlphlara UJT r u dent oC toe United Stntts ever Ito peached nnd oo tbe trill before the senate he was acquitted the vote In favor of conviction bnrely falling short of tile necessary two thIrds Two resolutions of censure on the president have been passed once by the senate and once by the bouse on occasions when the hostile majority was not large enough either to vans measures over the presidents veto or to Impeach him The first wax passed by the senate on March 28 1834 censuring President Andrew Jackson for alleged violation of the constitution and laws by his removal of the government deposits front the United States bank The majority of the senate was opposed to Jackson In his war upon that bank and this vote of censure was the only thing they could do about It 3nrksou pro tested against this resolution as n charge to answer which no opportunity could be afforded him The senate refused to receive tbe protest Finally on Jan 10 1837 the resolution of ceo sure was expunged from the journal of the senate The second resolution of censure was In a report adopted by the house from the house committee to which Prcsl dent John Tylers message vetoing the tariff bill of 1842 nod been referred This report censured the president for alleged Improper use of the veto power Tyler protested against this as Jack son had done before him but he hind as a member of the senate voted against receiving Jacksons protest and In answer to his protest the house sent him a copy of the senate resolu tion on the former occasion Maklntr Krror A Massachusetts business firm prints tills paragraph at the top of Its letter beads Frrorwe make them no does every one We will cheerfully correct them If you will write to us Try to write good nuturcdly If you can but write to us anyway Do not complain to some one else first or let the matter pass We want the first opportunity to wake right any Injustice that we may do The little sermon deserves a wide audience Few people have not had occasion at some time in their lives to 1jfret the sending of a harsh or note of complaint It may be necessary to assert ones rights In subsequent letters but there is no better rule of correspondence than to make the first one good natured Youths Companion A Cure For Scald head I have heard my grandmother say she had cured many a scald head by taking pure pine tar and enough lard to make an ointment when melted to gether so the tar wont stick then keep the bead as clean as possible and oil with the ointment She said she bnd teen it cure beads when the matter bad eaten seams in the neck Detroit Free Press EnconraBcm TomI dont think Ill ever get up enough courage to ask you to marry me You know faint heart never won fair lady Belle blushing Bbut Im a bru nette Philadelphia Record There Is a cave on the Jorend fiord Norway from which at every change of the weather flashes of lightning Is sue Character Is perfectly well educated will KoralU C But bow dirt you know that I was In love with you he asked You were to foolish she ans wered So you advise me not sue said the client I do said the lawyer Well returned the disappointed client it seems darned strange that when a man pays for advice he cant get the kind he wants He says his life is an open book Very likely Some mighty ques j youknowr Reading about success is an incen tive bat without action It is just about as useful as steam in a kettle Saturday evening Post AN ANECDOTE OF WHITMAN How the Poet Wn a TryIn to Cheer tip n Friendless Slop One day I Will stopped on Washing ton street says J T Trowbrldge In The Atlantic by a friend who made this startling announcement Walt Whitman Is In town I have just seen hind When I naked where he replied At the stereotype foundry just around the corner Come along Ill take you to him The author of Leaves of Grass bad loomed so large In my Imagination as to seem almost super human and I was tilled with some such feeling of wonder and astonish ment as If I had been Invited to meet Socrates or King Solomon We found a large gray haired gray bearded plainly dressed nndI rending proof sheets at a desk In a tie dingy oIDce with a lank some looking lad at his elbow unwboloj watching hint The man man and the proofs were those of his new edition There was a scarcity of chairs and Whitman rising to receive us offered me his but we all remained standing except the sickly looking lad who kept his teat until Whitman turn cd to him and said Youd better go now Ill ccs you this evening After he had gone out Whitman explained lie Is a friendless boy I found nt I1IYI boarding place I nm trying to him up nnd strengthen him with my magnetism n practical but curiously prosaic Illustration of these powerful lines In the early poems To any ono dying thither I speed and twlit the knob of the door S is C is I seize the descending man I ratio him with retUtleu wilL C I Every room ofthe house do I fill with an armed force lovers of one bafflers ot graves I Point About n Good Horse I There are some points which are val uable in horses ot every description rile head should be proportionately large and well set on The lover jaw bones should bo sulUelcntly far apart to enable the head to form an angld the nock which gives V tree mo ion and a graceful carriage and pre vomits It bearing too heavily on the hand The eye should be large a llltlo prominent and the eyelid lino amid thin Tho ear should jo small anderect 111111 quick In motion The lop ear indicates dullness and stubbornness When too far back there Is a disposition to mis chief C jj roo Vt I r 1 THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERSiC The Southern Normal School the great Independent Normal Training School of the South An able 1aculty of r J tf Specialists baa charge of the different Deportments end thorough practical and comprehensive teaching is done- Tuer ptsetfGsJc t rm Primary Rnxlbh Teachers State State Diploma Preparatory Scientific Elocution and Oratory Vocal and Instrumental Music courses ore taught r- eYl Snail respectfully Invite l1 1500 who itoukea a CtvrtMo InVesllfste the work we ire dolor In our Law School BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE NstisaiIorIf you want a thorough Commercial Education and a Position when i scomplete a course It wilt pay you to Investigate what we offer All theaIlodlsnltt sillCommercial nranchea are taught including nookkeeping Typewriting Penmanship nuilnets Correspondence Practice etc lJusla 1I cotnmerciainitonly school of Its kind In the South IPltIl A rriratar Traln tjupttcner and practical Railroad Mao bat charge of the Our student lire universally successful In the Commercial 9 mil Professional World and never loll to secure the 1000 Students will fee In daily attendance during the highest positions of honor and truit present scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING 8OHOOLB OF THE OUTH- WBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free Address H H CHERRY 8 narl MaaIsrrIowIlag Ira Kj l I A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Undor Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cur Catarrh by the use powders aci pastformmucuous membranes causing them powerrul entirely eaten away the sajne mew branes that their makers have aimed to cute while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An oM andexperienced practitioner who haa tor many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ot Catarrh has atllast perfected a treat meat which when faithfully used not permanentlycause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only medy known to science that paTtiItoes the Guatanteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCureas the only sale nnd 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 lends to Consumption Snuffles wll save you il you nse it at once It I no ordinary remedy but a treatment which is postively guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage If used according to the direc tions which accompany each package Dont delay but send tor it at once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Snnfiks the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in th receiptOne I win B Giles Company 2330 and 2532 Market street Philadelphia Not Wholly a Stranger There No said the New Yorker in answer to a question I have never been abroad but I am represented there How be was naturally askedIWell it so happens that I pay rent to the Astors MOTHERHOOD Tho greatest ambition of Amer li men and women is to have es blcwod with chllilrcn rime nan afflicted with female ills case li constantly menaced with Xotetllclne vent conception does prevent I miscarriage doe restojo weaklfunctions and shuttered mcerresdanti doc bring babies to hOllies barren and desolate for years Wino of Canlul gives women tho health ami Mnngth to bear heallthy children You can get n IIfromMemphis rtt btreotS CWinobeenmarriedgiven birth to a clilld until I toot Wlae 17 Onobabrltlrl 9feelNow my home is happy and I never will houeagainalving57m1tnlballAlIi ilent r CbUUhOOp lieqirir onT i 4IRepeaters Ira the orliln1 solid jec10n1hlamsolid shield of nets between the shooters neil head and the cartridge at al times I iii I OiInsteadprevenhl from rth11 10 rndktp H uhob l h is 101RLINlatitlon smoothly making verynilittle noiie Our automatic recoiloper ailnr deviceMmakes the safest breechlcadlnr run over built 30mpare catalogue JOG coyer In ulthresThe Marlla FlrcAras CmNew Haven Coon q A FORTUNE FOR 50 CENTSi An opportunity to get thominda of dollars in eaah Is offered by THE MEMPHIS WEEKLV COMMER CIAL APPEAL to the subscribers making th firat correct neareat correctiha the IIqmberof bates of proylloabelllrdMEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMEROiAL APPEAL The Broat Mmwmr farm e11 Family 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icluaivvIhe offlcial figure of the McmphU Cottoa IU chsnit lo be chic arena ape which the coolest Is la be decided IB order to help every eec to tire clowly aad msta IDMB to mskt I clOM gusa the receipt IB Mrnphls kdwcca Ilia 4stM mcotloDtd for the put six year see trtsi below Jf pbln5iO Mp51UaT4 XbrcC b1 of ci I o tealxbr tsUN A haL14315ilasbrV rrMM 1 1 MS o 1SSM- V x 4 51 M f u B r IrIaefl S4 1 Ia S April IA 1 SWi x rts rwse I 1- 0tr as J aeoo Apvn 14 11 SIPISd 2 fa will t rMvordrd wki r rvortmark attcwa x 3e0twamslldIasr baa jareh SI 1BO3 lit reSEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Ilski rcmltuocts parable la ud address TDK WEEKLY COIUIBRCIAb PALpkia T p NEW THROUGH LINE tnwicrt ivHiYiuc A- NDeCHICACOA new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as tallows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 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