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KY Will practice bit profnilai la ill tlla court of Ohio aft ndolnlnK conitlM and lbe Curt ot Ap al Prompt atttntloa alT B to all bntliMt IDIoIr4lo him Offlco In IUrciLic bnlldlig R R WEDDING Attorney at Law- HARTFORD KyI1WII prattle hl protniton la thcoirtot Oklo adjolnloa conntli Alio Notarj ZoIII l W I JIKAVBW KUJfEHT W90D WAnD HEAVRIN WOODWARD iti C l t Q 1 lUtrronD KT trill lIra thur protnIn In sit tb Coerta i of Ohio coool11 Court ol ApPeals Ups I rial Mtrntton JdTI1 crlmlnM practlra relies I tton gfflcn door to litek or liatliord I t W H BANES 1v Attorney at Law ANDCOUNTT ATTOBSB- THiiTroiD KT Will practice hli profnilon la all Ik Court ot Ohio eift adjotnlnir conallf and la th Coed et Appeals Strict attention wlllb RltM to all bo lnfntrnited to hit car ColWlou a pMlaltr OfflMla toorthOM Thos F JohnsonRalphor Eprlaci Ky Notary Public and Atictliiiee- rV Tit and attrel d4i rnntraeU will I nleruc i0 4c Work ollcttod CharxM nuonablt Southern 1 1 2 Railway ilhrooa El ht Dt Sostierm Stat- eKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR J GJNIA North OARQLINAGEOR i OIA and MISSISSIPPI I ei t I IUUIU Tkre Dally tValt B tMi Loalt rill aa4 rnllllon flbnaratloa Chair Cart traits hays and arrlTLoalTUIfrem8T at j il BtrMfDnton JIIlnl DpOteeuiI4tIl1VltktThliSOfthI tI Forlaformatloaa4ra 1 i AWiDojPkTAIS1tk- p AT teal TifIt J t 1 tru n Tinxii Aiititaat S F A LoabrrfU i Detr Traffic t1wa4Izai1 ArU 44II kI I IThICKS 1 I Played by Types Throughout the Country I Amusing Mistakes That Have Appeared in Pnttica C ttons Recently Tko newspaper business like other occupations Is not without tts freaks which arfse prllkeSpaily IrenV typo graphical errors The errors are eatetlme humorns generally em q aJfiya atrP1cnIs- h from the managing editor mad ef profawr silence 110 the proof ttsJwT1 4 Ml M Any old ntwipspcr nan ccnld read recall nndript ouecf mistakes arM i frothettahspoiltlon ot the type which at times entail no end of trDle Nor fifth types always tctjlriime A familiar example Is an advertise gent la verse written by a man in Iront otaahow n which w14 intended to read u follows Prom half past erghttiIrhaifpat tea You laugh and laugh and laugh again oflUittime of day by figures and so the faithful typo coilv rtillt Into Frdra Sfjo toioyjo1 Von laugh and laughand laugh again a a The writes beat work as proof on tht Lcxlngtoa Morning Herald SepemWrV lotf the tlmV the disastrouTGalvesyto food A ew days Inter a fire br9 ke out in th- eethrjdd city and forty bodiw were burned The managing editor wrltUrf t a Headline over the i tc1 40 Bodies Cremated The proof reader left oat the Yln the last word making the headline reid 4o BodleaCreated Ii Ii a Recently a dlitlngnfahcd editorial writer In dlsinaiUg the action ole- ertalit Senator characterized him as a blaWering SeYator Imagln his siohltioii to nkimorBlngte ead plundering Senator Tbetf I irsxaiinr ea4 waysVf JBiirnjf polaph1da aUtake lasT office that the wonder I a SACbatmade It would be to leng a storI detail how mix ups oocarlatke composlng room Even alter the prTtr basii hVar tide crrrtctly BtUtakeo ate likely to Ww Ppitttj that occurred wll the past few mtaths The printer had settwo ar tlclerwrrtctly both hot oats One was a raierai aoticaani the other nbV tlce ofTdI1tflfi1tE Thp per came out with the headline over the diasolntloa pale Pniftrar rfotlee The headline over the notice of the funeral of some food old soul wAs DlssolaUia Notl l The Chtcagb InterOceatf ifauttibr tyJor the fQlI wll1f heart rendering account of a marriage which la sonic mysterious way B mixed uwtth a report of till IItockmuketa IIThe church was finely decorated with holly and evergreen and theai tar was hidden In a wethof flowers of the recesses rosa rare tropical pianfsahd from tHe celling bung fiT teen western aiwhich at this time of year are scarce and correspohdlrig1 ly dear at 8Sijc per ponrid There was Vis J atf active demand for choice Iambi anlrfarskfrseisTor the Mlsi alppl river eaa pr fitailfurr to sheep raising iitd take ite bride wnb wore a gown of corded silk a crea tibii of Worths Watte pearl orna ments Then came the maloToflionoV the cousin 01 the Wide Miss Henrietta Blower pt Chicago wearing a dress of white tulle with diarndndoha ments and she was followed by a bnlcK oV Montant ahJpr which Bleat ed most pltepuslyai they Were driven on board and shipped to the winter hotels in Bennndcr rbe will betut entralne end slightly decollette and alter the rest of the party had reached the rail the minister turned and said Impressively I pan not bid more than 6l cents for State veals but ca blegramrfrom London tiuote refriger ted bef ata cethnwlhnll1ite hit 1 LOO P4J for a twit of chtice ItIndianatherowaL orth mar ricbfticltt t ui tmi6jtteYfirtier who is kn6wa to bear ajtukirfgfremblaucetqt Con t f11 dlld rha mr IL II IIazQ tnrn tttdiafrP 1I 6tervec1 itk i1lirptMfjJiA1Fr hoa1 l tt bitl i ceaS 1 eai a a One tuof4j1oTht- iii Ohio ppetwre ee atfBonBI thThe8- eotu S debt yeter fl T is pa o tk s ithitbsai- oiilijppcr 1 e1riaditd1 bitter controversy Interesting none but themselves laughed that day as the poet says in ghoulish glee and it was up to the morning paper next day to explain that the types made them say the Scotus did so and aol when the telegraph editor should have known that the work wax mere I ly the cipher code of his Washington correspondent for the Supreme Court ot the United States N a a a An editorial In The Lexington Her ald recently contained the phrase joust ol n summer knight or rather it should have contained that express Ion However between the typesetter proof reader and copy holder the phrase came out the next morning the jest oi a summer night it a Somettmbeptoofrcader falls to correct and sometimes he doth correct too much The sporting editor of a San Francisco newspaper had among his notes an item which said The young salmon are beginning to run The next morning the statement was printed on his page that The young salmon are beginning to swim When the editor asked how it happened the proof reader said cheerily Thats all right Billy You had that mixed up with your turf stuff but I straightened it out for you But why didnt you let it go as I wrote m persisted the editor I I couldnt was the reply Whoever heard of a fish running a The following bull is going theI rounds oi the country press A cerI lln paper in detailing an account of gross offense to a highly respected IIreVage however was nt MwdlSed to bee In her home paper that lIerI breast wAs filled with rags a a aI Last month a Lexington pastor an bounced through the papers that he jwoald preach on The Cup in Benja mines Sack The Herald ainounced the subject of his sermon as it should have been The Cup in Benjamlnes Sack Pie of the other Lexington papers announced It to be The Cub in BeuI famines Sack while the third paper hU subject to be The PapI nBejtantLeaSoekt lOa Suntaya preacher in McKecs ROCll Fa took for his text Be Ye Therefore Steadfast which being Dterpreted in the weekly paper aeant Be Ye There for Breakfast i Style II everything in a newspaper jlmc and some papers spell theaI ire centre llvre and so on wIth a final er That is why one jot these papers a while ago announc ed that a celebrated French actor re ctived a salary of S300 livers It Ia not improbable that the h in the orah originated in some luck way though the modern way ol spelling the word is so ancient that the mode ot spelling the word was not in a typographical error but more probably in an error in copying To the mpnor born too is sug gestive ofa possibility ot incorrect copying or an early typographical error Shakespear wrote the expres sion To the manner born One source of annoyance that has always existed In connection with newspapers is the misspelling of prop let names which is generally due not much to an accident on the part ot the typesetter as it is to the negli genre of the writer ot the manuscript Many newspaper offices require the reporters to print the names of people unless they uBe typewriters Ir Danger of Colds and LaGrlppo The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneu monia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger wilt be avoided Among the tens of thous Ods who havjaed thlll rrnedy for these dISwebave yet to learn ofa slllg tile having resulted In piienmoni which shows conclusive ly thai It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It wilt cure a cold or an attact of la grippe in less time thin any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists m S CA1It onX4Bo- anthe ltn tliiil Yoa Han Always Baaght Blnitu 111I rf or I A Great Chance to Secure Ex qnisite Photographs Free I The series of Stage Favorites an People of Nte issued by the Bun I Hclntoah Studio has heretofore re tailed for iioo a piece and all who could obtain them thought them cheap at that price The Lexington exI I this series every Sunday to every subscriber It is a greet opportunity for any one to secure this series oi ex quiilte photographs by simply sub scribing for The Herald which is 600 a year 300 for six months Ia Idii WAR STORIES A Narrow Escape By Henry Harned of Boston Dur lug the War Spoke in Time to Save Himself From BelngSbot by WS Hill a Comrade During the Civil War a number of soldiers met death by accident and from mistakes made by men of their own companies Many instances Occurred in the Orphan Brigade one of which befell a Nelson couatymai Mr Henry SHarned who came near being shot by his friend Wm S B Hill of Boston The story of the oc currence is as follows When the Confederates were at Kenesaw on June ao 1864 an order wqs sent at midnight to withdraw the detail from the skirmish pits retaken by them under Maj Rogers The men ol the Sixth Kentucky did not receive It and were left until their absence was reported at headquarters and Capt Buchanan sent speedily to them Among them were Lleut Prank Bar ned Wm S B Hill Milton B Stotta and H S Harned There was con HUllion the extreme right Harned got warning first and started to creep along the line to notify the other As the enemy was known to be near and even a slight noise or the appearance- of a moving object was likely to bring a shot he was keeping close to the ground and moving cautiously along the front of the line when Hill who had heard nothing perceived what he took to be a Federal picket at the distance of about twenty yards creep- Ing upon him Bringing his dale to bear he cocked it Hamed for tunately was near enough to hear the click and realizing his danger spoke his name Recognizing the voice of a comrade to whom he was more than ordinarily attacked and realizing that but for the timely warning he would have shot him to death Hilt was seized with such a tremor that he dropped his gun and was for a moment dizzy and sick Having thus escaped death for tleeae and and dis traction for the other they maiJefthelf1 way back to the main lines While many sad things occurred to dampen the soldiers ardor many amusing ones occurred to enliven them and when opportunity offerred the members of the Brigade were not slow to grasp it Sergt Jasper All derson who was a native ot Nelson and who was a member of Company B 9th Ky and known to almost ev ery one as Jap had the distinction among others of being the onlyweb foot who ever beat a Morgan man when property rights were considered He was accused by some of those roughrIders of having stolen one of their mule and they said that a man who could steal a mule from them made a record After Morgan and Hunt had com pelted the Federal outpost at Harts ville tq surrender and the Confeder ates were hastily gathering up arms and other property with which the en campment abounded preparatory to successful and hasty retreat which followed Jap found a red mule with a blind bridle on roaming around and took possession of him He seemed to have a quick eye for the supply and medical departments as being most promising and coon had this mule loaded with a dczen large U S blankets and about thirty pounds of coflee and a dozen canteens of apple brandyHaving mounted and set out for the ferry he was halted fcy a cavalryman who demanded the mule under order ol General Morgan that all infantry men should be promptly dismounted Anderson replied that the tunic be longed to headquarters and that they would have to go to Capt Morehead then in command of the Ninth Regi merit to see what he had to say about it- When Moorehead was found he said that Gent Morgan hid ordered all an imals to be given up and that he would have to comply But said Jap I cant do that Captain I have a valuable cargo here and I cant carry it myself What have you Well these blankets as you see and a big lot of coflee and something in the canteens Try a canteen The Captain took a taste and anew light shown In his face appJerThen he took another pull or two and wound up with Jap you keep that mule and stay along with headquarters Shoot the first cavalryman that tries to take him away from you And to the man who was waiting to dismount Anderson he said You tell John Morgan that this is mymnle he cant have him The provident and persuasive webfoot said afterward that he rode tht mule right along in front like a sufi officer slept at headquarters that night and rode him to Mnrfreesboro nut day and at last turned him loose when he had nothing for him to car ry Kentucky Standard v A Priceless Relic of Lincoln Soiled and faded torn and frayed a letter written by Abraham Lincoln a few months before his assassination hu been found in some rubbish and papers on Broadway near the post office It reads as tollowa Executive Masslon Washington Nov 23 1864 To Mrs Bixby Boston Mass I have been shown in the file ol the War Department a state iment of the Adjutant General 01 Mas Mchuiettathatyou arehe motjber of five sons who died gloriously on the field of battle- I feel how weak and fruitless must be any word of mine which should at tempt to begule you from the grief ot a losi overwhelming But I cannot refrain Horn tendering you the conso lation that may be found in the thanks of the republic they died to save I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave only the cherished memory of love and lost and the solemn pride that must be your to have laid to costly a sacrifice upon the alter of freedom p Depopulation of France Prance presents the spectacle of a country that is slowly but surely be coming depopulated notwithstanding her wealth in the things necessary to prolong life This fact has long been observed but has not attracted the at tentlon it deserves Gradually how ever the malign conditions that foretell the fate ot tie country have be comA more aypartat to the casual ob server and they have now reached a point where they cannot be ignored by any friend or wellwisher of the French republic aid people The lifeblood of the nation is being wiped out and Frenchmen wilt eventually be only an historic memory unless some effective stepsare taken to check their declmlnation The Increase in poponlatlon in Prance just now is practically Imper ceptible During the past five years it has amounted to only 444613 or iSper cent this gives a yearly aver lie of only threetenths of z per cent Seeutyfiveyean ago the exceisol births over deaths in that country was 6 1 in every 10000 of population PEtty years ago this excess had fallen to 41 tkirty five years ago it was only 25 twenty yCari ago it had dropped to 17 ten years ago It was 6 and now it has fallen to 3 At this rate zero wilt be reached In a Sew years and then the depopulation of Prance will have actually begun In reply to inquiries we have pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepara tion of that admirable remedy in that it cleanses and heals membrances af fected by nasal catarrh There is no drying or sneazlng The Liquid Cream Balm is adapted to use by pa tients who have trouble in inhaling through the nose and prefer spraying The price including spraying tube is 75 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York S Ousted the Blind Tier Man Says the Horse Cave Gazette As Mark Twain woulfl say the people of Bonnievllle are on it blggern an In jln They seem to be laying for law breakers The other day a man came to that town and ostensibly opened a barber shop It was not long until the suspicion of the people were aroused He did nat have the proverbial sign Ill shave you for nothing and give you a drink but it was Ill shave you for noth ing and sell you a drink But it was not long until this sapient son of Bacchus saw the sharp end of the long trigger of K trap and decamped Hurrah for the good people of Bon nleville They are made of the right kind of stuff CAS OnX4Bun ti HIIIAlwars Built BIcuiu f The practice some people have of sending their money to snail order houses for articles of commerce that could be obtained from their home merchants for the same money qual ity considered is an enormous one In these days sharp competition in all lines of merchandise has brought prices as low as practicable and the person wko is misled by the pretty words and promises found in the cat alogues of snail order houses will come to realize alter it id too late that they have been swindled There is not an instance where a person can buy ah article from these mail order concerns any cheaper than they can buy ot their local merchants and the fact that large quantities of the for eign goods are shipped back astute buyers who take the pains to exam ine the goods before recelvln them is pioof that the above iii fact DISAPPOINTED IN LOVE Were Some of the Worlds Great est Men m Their Young er Days It may be of some consolation to the rejected lover to remember that many of the greatest men in history have suffered equal pangs and snrvlv ed the same ordeal to find marriage happiness elsewhere Even Byron that most beautiful and fitted of men had more than his share of refusals and one of them at least accomplished by words which wuloaJyaess of tome beauty who was two years older than himself Bnt Miss Chaworth treated all the boys shy advances with laughter and contempt and although he was suf feting the tortures of the lost fOr her sake refused to take him seriously But the crowning blow came when in an adjoining room he overhead Miss Chaworth say to her maid Do you think I could care anything for that lame boy This cruel speech he afterwards said was like a shot through my heart Although it was late and pitch dark I darted out oi the house and never stopped run ning until I reached Newstead Shelley too almost as handsome and as gitted as Byron knew from more than one experiencethe pangs of rejection Alter he had been ex pelted from Oxford and gone to Lon don with his fellow culprit Hogg to live he felt violently in love with his landladys daughter who bore the nnromatic name of Eliza Jenkins but Eliza even though he threatened to commit suicide in his dlspalr refused to have anything to do with him and when a few mouths later having though better ot his suicidal threat he sought to console himself by pay Ing court to Miss Harrietts Grove a1 pretty cousin she was so alarmed at his heterodoxies that she sent him very decidedly about his business When Sheridan following the ex ample of many other amorous young men felt over head and ears in love with Miss Llnleythe beautiful singer she only laughed at his ardor and made laces at him behind his back and yet he used that subtile and eloquent tongue of his with such purpose that he actually ran away with her to a French nunnery and married her after fighting several duels with hid rivals and her persecutors When Burke the great politician and orator was a student at Trinity College Dublin he Is said to hav had more than one love disappoint ment His first Infatuation was tot the daughter of a small pnblicani whose dark eyes fired the blood of the young Irishman bnt after co quetting with him for a short time she jilted him in the most heartless fashion IRs success too with his countrywoman Margaret Worffing ton was no greater although he re mained her loyal lover to the last When Abraham Lincoln as a youth of eighteen was living In a rude log cabin In Spencer county Ind and picking up the rudiments of educe tion in the intervals of railsplitting and plowing he fell in love with the daughter of a poor Irish settler in a neighboring log cabin and after many clumsy failures to declare his love to her in person penned one of his first letters asking her to become his wileHe never received an answer to this clumsy effusion as he afterwards called it but when he next met Bridget she tossed her head and looked another way She was much too good she was said to have declar ed to marry a gawky farm laborer Then it was that Lincoln left the pa rental cabin and voyaged as a hired hand on a flatboad into a greater world which before long was to ring with the name of that gawky farm boy When thirteen years or so later Abraham Lincoln became President of the United States Bridget was still living the slatternly wife of a farm laborer in a log cabin and still pre served the ill penned letter which might if she had been wise made her the first lady of the land It is well known that Jean Blbtlste Bernadotte when he was a private of marines was indignantly refused by a girl of very humble rank who thought herself much too good to marry a common soldier What her reflections were in later years when the despised private was the powerful King Christian XIV of Sweeden and Norway history does record p lam an ardent believer In signs and amens The following are infallible It is an ill omen to stumble when crossing a track in front oi an express train Falling against an ac tive buzzsaw Is the worat possible luck it frequently precedes an ace dent of some sort To walk out of a fourth story window in ones sleep Is an almost unfailing sign of approach death No man with an atom 61SU to1IeepI IlIf lines Trying to stop a descendlig pile driver with the hands Is a portent of mutilation Arsenic taken in large quantities is believed to have a marked effect upon the takers future JUe To meet a bull in the middle 01 a lot while wearing red signifies you will soon rise in the world It is un lucky to sleep out of doors in such a position that the lull moon will shine in the face when the temperature Is below zero Wearing a crash suit during blizzard unless accompanied by a rabbits foot is apt to cast n malign spell on the lungs Made a Fortune by Mistake Did you ever hear of a fortune made though a mistake Such is the rec ord 01 George H Bradley Niagara countys most prominent fruit grower who died at his home in Somerset a few days ago says the New York WorldBack in the early forties when the Niagara farmers began to discover that the soil was especially adapted to fruit growing Mr Bradley decided toset out an orchard Mr Bradley ordered the usual list of varieties Greenings Northern Spies Baldwin and Russets and just one row of an unfamiliar variety Duchess of Oldenbnrgs as an experiment The order ran into several thousand trees and was placed with an Eastern nurseryman A month later a carload of trees ar rived and were set out by a gang of twenty laborers and another carload followed and were likewise set in the ground The orchard extendedalong ths lake shore for nearly a halfmile When picking time came strange surprise greeted Mr Bradley for every row of apple trees in his orchard bore the Dutches of Oldenburg vane ty ot fruit Handsome and palatable the ap pies were marketable at good prices from the start and as it was an unu sual variety there was a growing de maud for it Buyers flocked to Bradley and he was soon getting fancy prices for his crop That sixty acres ae Oldenburgs proved a gold mine One year Brad Icy sold his crop for 8750 and many years the figures ran above 5000 It was never known just how the nurserymans mistake occurred 0 a S3 TO333 A Btati tit yt Td Kind Til Mars Knit BtqgM Btguttn dit General Information Iron can be drawn into thinner wire than any other metal except goldThere is one wood much lighter than cork This is the marsh anoua found in Brazil The one hundred and fiftieth aunt versary of Benjamin v Franklins kite flying is near at hand Yellow stains in either timber or lumber are an Indication of dry rot and are regarded as an Injury to the tree or wood The gourd rattle used among the Zunis of New Mexico is made of a gourd with a wooden handle a lew pebbles of beans being placed inside Native gold always contains some silver and generally a little copper Platinum and silver are also found native but the baser metals are near ly always alloyed with other ele mentsFisherman say that a lobster gains half a pound in weight each year oi Its life The record lobster caught on the south coast was taken to the Needles lighthouse and weighed over eight pounds The naming of a Japanese baby is not simply the bestowing of a name upon It soon after its birth by which it shall be known during its lifetime The name of a Japanese is Changed at various periods of its life E P Stephens a prominent horti culturist of Nebraska has distributed free to farmers of his State 45000 ap pIe trees on condition that they wilt be cultivated according to his direc tion Mr Stephens will receive ode half of the yield for a certain number of years THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Splto of Thamaalvn No Noxious Doses No Weakening the Nerves A Pleasant and Pqsl tive Cure for tho Liquor It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and ootr weakness A body filled with f I and nerves completely sliatteredIiyp- ariodical or constant use of iStox icating liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat lug this poison and destroying e craving for intoxatants SoBerers HbmeIor business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The falthV ful nseaccordingito direcHaaa f tlHr wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation oi thousands ofDrank ards into sober Industrious and upright men Wives cure your husbands 1 1 Chili dren cure your fathers This rim edy is in no sense a nostrum but Is specific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coflee with out the knowledge of the person tak 4 ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceles remedy and as mauy more have beta menbyhavingloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others coi- ting26 to 50 Full directions ac company each package Special advice by physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world oa AddlellDoptiand 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confids entlal Mark Twains Criticism Samuel J Clemens better known as Mark Twain says that Mrs wftl lam Astor has Insulted him Mr Clemens has taken umbrage at a remark which Mrs Astor made just Ie JYIwhatThe men who have amassed their millions in all sorts of ways hive not had advantages in their youth they have never had the college education without which nomancanbCagen tleman This is what Mr Clemens said Why thats a direct personal in suit Mrs Astor and t will have a falling out over that Im afraid To be told to my face that I am nogen tleman and all because I wasnt for tunate enough to have a rich fitherto send me to college Its too bad too bad Perhaps Mrs Astor when she uses the word gentleman doesnt have the same meaning in view that we other rude people have She probably means a leader of cotillions spick and span dandy who khtiws enough to observe the ordinary rules of politeness when he lion parade Why Mrs Astor can not mean that Andrew Carnegie is no gentleman or that Abraham Lincoln wasnt they hod no college education a DruRist ASK CATARRH for 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE ELYS CREAM BAlM OlTM Itellel at one 0lloralanel awaY n cold In the HEADorbe4protect the VnmbMn llMtora the Snee 0 Tante and Smell Full ill Me trill tin Idc at druwglte by noli ELY IJIlOTllEIlsn WamnRlrMt X sw York CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears tho Signature of CajffU HentucKys Greatest Newspaper One Year 312 Copies BYIJL at a rate LESS THAt 1 C A DAY The DIic t Brlfbtctt end out Paper In th SohIrom 10 to 16 pages dally 20 and 24 pages on Saturday Copy of th World Almanac SOMETHING FIJEEIAn5 Encyclopedia IV02 edition a r overoOOpizn FRUI3 to all sending In their ub crlpllon for one Year before AplIle 1902 RATES UY nAIL ONLY On Year S3 6 nonth JJ 3 nonths SI2S One Month soc We will be glad to tend simple coplcaon application THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY I r t I I I h t V j t 1 Hartford Republican ived Fdiuabv tlit Hartfordrub cIncorporated V IntireJitHirttordpostofflcimecondciissmail matter cnQ = Cmb1ftn J 02n1vzIJJfO II TUOlANJdUnr FRIDAY MARCH 21 j TilE Legislature died Tueeday night No crape is hung out no flags are at halfmast A young man from this county visited the legislature while in session andnoting tbe very extravagant at tention paid the young members of that body by the Frankfort ladies is almost a candidate for Representa th e JInCECiL RHODES tbe CapeColony diamond king is dangerously lick at Capo Town and hall at best hut a few days lease on life Itwas for the protection of Mr Rhoads rich holdings of diamond mines in the I Transvaal that the British made war on the Doers TirE Louisville Commercial of Fri day has tbe following to say of our Representative One of tb mot Itnportnnt bill rofd b7 tbukow U Mr Ilcnnrtti two week pny bill thstwot pannMl lortaj The blU require that minion rompnnlr hull ray rmplnTr t nttr two wkiInitcad Dl ryr month iii aowI the intora Mr Bennett It a Ilepnblle an member from Ohio rognrj oDd deierret yatiuditforbIvktorxlu tbe bonne Th bill 10 yet to be rooldcrwl ID the vnn tt Till late legislature deserves most credit for failing to do some things it essayed to do It accomplished less vicious legislation than its immediate predecessors but this is because it did less legislating But the Miner Two Weeks Pay Bill and tbe blind tiger bill may in fairness be placed to the credit of that body OF how fleeting is tbe fame of mortalman we were reminded few days ago by reading in a great daily newspaper a sermon by Dr Talmage Ten years ago no metri politan newspaper was considered I complete that did not contaiu from time to time Dr Talmages Sunday sermon but now this great divine is almost forgotten by the populace I THE local Democratic organ here gravely informs us that if the Commonwealths Attorney gets beastly drunk and is not able to be in the court house for a week at a time while Circuit Court is in session that the iem is not news May be it isnt We are fresh in journalism and per I haps we dont know news when we seeit wallowing in the mud but we thought that perchance the people who elected the Commonwealths Attorney might be interested in knowing whether or not he was at his post and if not the reason why Some folks are curious you know LIUrosthe sworn testimony of auI eyewitness that Frank Cecil played a game of cards in tbe Secretary of States office about the last of January t 1900 a Franklin county grand jury has returned an indictment against him for killing Senator Goe bel Of course Cecil is guilty Any Republican who may have played cards in the Secretary of States of fico within sixty days after Goebel w18 killed must necessarily nave fired the fatal shot Cecil should plead U guilty and ask the acting Governor to fix an early date for the execution lION A S BENNETT was the only Republican member of the late Legislature to secure the passage through both houses of a bill Mr Bennetts bill known as House Bill No 135 compelling mine operators to pay employes every two weeks HIthur the Senate Monday The pas of this bill has been demanded by the miners of the State for many I A Medicine for Old PeopleReT Ceo Cay Greenwich Kas U put years ol tat yet lie nay I am tnjoyinc excelltnt bald for a man of my a due entirely t the lejuven atln Influences of Llr Miles Nervine nOlhlnFelseity eYeD to one of my old age I am an old soldier writes Mr Ceo Wataonof Newton a and I have been a peat tuUercr from nervousness yerttco ipinal trouble have spent considerable monty for medicine doctors but with little benefit I was to bad my mind showed Ins of weak ness I began taklncDr Miles Nervine and I know It saved my life Mlle Dr Nervine alY7t1mlwlncs was so nerv OIWI that I could scarcely control toy 1Ie1f could not sleep nor rut would even sweet the names ror own children at times 1 commenced usincUr Milts Kenine and U helped me the first and DOW I am perfectly well Ool by all Drujtltta on QuaranU Dr Miles Medical Coj Dkhart mdH 4 i L 1 b years and the miners will ball Mr Bennett as their benefactor IQ this net alone he demonstrates his fitness for a popular ReprqBontatfvw i We put in nomination the name of i Hon A S Bennett for itepresenta live us 1903 TilE Hartford Herald smarting un der the sting of well deserved censure for failing to report the incapacity ot its Commonwealths Attorney to perform the duties of his office seeks retaliate breferring to a person al act of the editor of this paper ia becoming surety on the bond of a young man charged with crime Wo might reply in kind but out of respect fbr our readers ourself and the profession we must decline to prostitute our columns to this pur pose It we shall have at any time an unpardonable Grievance against the editor of the Herald we shall fight it out with him on the street but un der no circumstances will we bore our readers with a petty personal contro verty with him- SULPhUR SPRINGS KY March i8lr J B Mitchell who has been HI for some time is improv ing and will soon be out Mr Geo W Allen a former real dent ol this community but who Is now living in Indiana made us a vis it and while hereconcluding that it is not best for man to live alone was married to Miss Addle Nash of SuII phur Springs on the evening 14th Rev T T Acton officiating They returned to Indiana where they will make their home Our best wishes go with them It is repotted that our bustling stockbuyer Mr P T Wilson has bought the Rosine mill If anyone can make It pay he will Farmers are disheartened over the prospect for wheat Two bushels per acre seems to be the average guess on cropWe with pleasure the record of our Representative and believe he is doing the best in his power despite machinations oppose to the law and liberty loving element of Kentucky If he will just pick that capitol up and move it to Louisville be will de serve and secure praise from Ken tuckians FRITZ BITTERMA 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 Incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to B teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system They offered one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for clrcu lars and testimonials Address P J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best ROSINE KY March 18 Farmers are busy burning and sowing plant beds On account of the wet weather the farmers have not town any oats yet The wheat crop looks very slim in this country Elder H D Burch filled his regular appointment at Cane Run last Saturday and Sunday Rev Cort B Coleman will preach at Cane Run Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Mr John Camp will have his house completed In a few days and will move into same Mrs Amanda Camp is very low with the mumps Mr Anderson Johnson who hasI been very low with consumption is thought to be improving Mr Sam M Wilson who has been sick for several days of la grippe IsI better H S W S Itwas FILCough Remeby It broke up theI cold and stopped the coughing likeI magic and I have never since beenI troubled with Grippe Chamber lains Cough Remedy can always beI depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward off any threatened at I tack pncumoria It is pleasant 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 DlI Whos WhoI IIwidowerMiss Abbie Smith tbe daughter of a widow Last week Bennetts soni Markwood Bennett married the wid latherslwifei fatherinlaw and his own ranr1j fatherinlaw Mrs Markwood nett becomes tbe daughterinlaw of her own daughter which is4o say she is her own granddaughter Mark woods wife Is Salems daughterin law as well ashis own motherinlaw while Salem is both the father and ton inlaw to his own mother and is L her own grandmother lIaise has any children bhe will be both Mother and grandmother them and they will be their brpthei Markwoods grand children Markwood is not only his own grandfather but is the grand father of his brother and sister and if children are born to him he will be their greatgarndfather as well rs their father Should children be born to both Silem and Markwood Bennett the parents will probably take a week 1olf to figure out the relationship be tween the babies Both Couldnt Marry Her Glasgow Mar r6Cbe officers hire were notified to arrest Dickt Nichols who WAS wanted at Beaver Dam Ohio connty Nichols and M H Stephens were both suitors for Miss Ora Pedas hand Stephens won nnd last night Nichols tried to break into Stephens house Today the met and a shooting scrape following and Nichols fled TnU is Nichols sec ond ttip from here to Beaver Dam to kill Stepeens RevPateAppointedR- epresentative F H Brown wrote to a friend and prominent citizen that be could secnre the position ot chap lain of the Eddyville penitentiary for Rev E E Pate the Methodist circuit rider living here if that reverend gentleman desired the place Mr Pate was consulted add agreed to re cept Representative Brown was notified yesterday by wire and we pre sume Rev Pate will get the appointment The place pays a salary of 1I200 a earMorganfield Sun How to CUrotho GripIRemain quietly at home and tnke Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in pneu monia which is really the only sereI ious danget Among the tens ot thousands who have used it for tbeI grip not one case has ever been reported that did not recover For sale by all druggists m RENDER KY Mar i8Mr J D Reid ot Ren der went to Bevier last Sunday to visit his brothers John and Charles Reid Mr JL Rowe of this place went to Rockport last week on business I Mr Wilson Russell was in Rock port last week on business Mrs las I Rowe and little daugh ter Virginia who have been visiting relatives in Leitchfield for the putI two weeks returned home Sunday Mr L F Rowe visited friends in Rockport last Sunday Mr Louis Magan was in Beaver Dam Sunday There was a wedding here last weekThe coal operators and miners dele gates for the 1 M W of A who have been in convention for several days at Owensboro have adjourned to meet at Central City tbe 24th It is thought by all that the coal miner ot District No 33 Western Kentucky will receive an advance of wages the Indianapolis scale or stand a long strike CURLUY SELECT KY Mar 17Mnster Cecil Stewart son of Mr A H Stewart of this place died tbe 13th inst and was burled the 14th Mr Grant Young has gone to Nashland Tex where be expects to make his future home Mrs J A King has gone to Gray son county to visit her mother Mrs Press Bratcher Mr Will Bradley and wile Butler county visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Jo Jarnagin and wife will move to his fathers who lives in McLean countyMr Flelden Balzj will move into our midst in a few days W f a Pneumonia can bo Provontod This disease always results from a cola or an attack of the grip and maybe 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 and not a tingle case has ever been reported that did not recov or that resulted in pneumonia which shows it to be a certain preven tive of thAt dangerous disease For sale by all druggists m My hair row measures just4 feet inches in length What Ayers Hair Vigor has done for me I certainly believe it will do for others I cheerfully recommend it to all who wish abundant beautiful and long Amelia Iettegrew Olerich ShairI Divorce Case Makes Record New York Mar 18Mary Isabel Zane was married to William NorthI rope Cowles at the residence of the brides uncle Dr Edward L Keyesra East SeventyFourth St on tternoon of Thursday Dec is 191 On Jan 6 IQJZ just twentyeight days after the wedding Mrs Cowle suit for divoic from her husband was refused by Justice Blonchard to Sick Headache 1 Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dysfpepsia biliousness 23c All drults- I 1 beautlfalbruoftl1I 1 I BUCKINGHAMS DYE Whtakoors It o 4 a p a e- c N iak t L Eugene 11 Pomeroy to hear the tcstl mony Upon the report of the referee Jnstlce Blanchard signed thedecree on Pcb 17 Mrs Cowles is permitted to marry again but Cowles Is ftt bidden to marry during tile life unit of bls former wile The divorce was granted on statutory grounds and the pipers were seated by order of the court It was said today that for the length ol time elapsing between the marriage and divorce the case establishes a record in the courts here- Farmers of Ohio County Until our permanent quarters are completed we will occupy the Fogle building with a lull line ot tile best field seeds thet can be had and also breaking plows The famous Oliver Chill Plows and other lines of the best steel breaking plows manufactur ed We will also put in a4lgline 011 wire and nails Ve expect to be open I ed In our new quittersopposite the First National Dank about the ljth ol March with a complete line ot farm- Ing implements road wagons and the best buggies and surrles tht can be manufactured Soliciting your valued patronage we are Yours for busfnrsss T J TURLEY Co 32 Hartford Ky a Ancient Heirloom FoRDSViLtE Mar 17 Editor RercriucAN Hartford Ky Dear Sir I see in your Beds letter of the 17th ult an account of an iron sposn brought to America in the year 1725 which is indeed a great relic of the early settlers ol the West ern Continent Were it not by a request ol your Beda correspondent I should not have written up an old relic I inherited as I have no desire to out do Zlda but to tell the citizens o Ohio county something about the relics in the county which our ancestors have left ull I now have in good preservation a horn spoon table size which if we believe tradition can lJe traced back 313 yeats and then it was an old relic in Scotland It Is one of the first things I recollect of playing with at my home in Fulton county N Y about the winter of 1843 or 1844 and there are now the impressions on its handle of our little infant teeth and other little children that played with it before we did I hive often heart my parents tell the following account of its history and s ge My grandfather Forbes was an officer in the war ol 1812 and during the time he was in the armyas bis wife was deadhe left my father in the care of a Scotch friend by the name of Alexander Morehesd my father at that time being a smell child Mr Morehcad who had no children made the child a present ot this spoon and afterwards told him it was a present to him by a gentleman fn Scotland when he was a smail child and he afterwards learned that it was then an old relic In the year 1884 my mother whose home was in Cincinnati visited her last time cud while at my meI she told me that at OIdiwblchditlon can be believed In dividing the family relics theold horn spoon fell to mealso eight sea shells brought from the whaling sea Islands by my grand father Capt Wm Perry of the Nantucket Whaleship John Adams about 125 years ago which with the old spoon can now be seen at my home near Fordsville Respy EDWIN FORBES Arrested for Murder James Ewing of McLean county was arrested Tuesday for the murder of Deozll Owen and if he is not guilty it is pretty certain that be i knows all about it He is in j sit at Calhoua Ewing was arrested by Alex Jones who runs a store boat on Green liver Ewing had been loallng around his boat for some time He had monty which he had not worked for as lie was not known to have worked for some time and then but little Jones accused him of the murder and Ewing denied killing Owen but said be knew all about it When Jones told him he was going to tike him to Calboun Ewing said be would go and did so Owen was killed several weeks ago on a shantyboat just across Rough river from Xivermare The murder occurred In the night and the body was not found until 9 oclock the next day Owen had been shot and his head had been crushed with a club The ob theIoverturned in the search for money j It is believed that there were three engaged in the crime Ewing was brought out this after j before Judge tens for his ex- ualning triul He WRived examina ion and was rent back to jail without bond to await the action of the grautI jury When Ewing was put last night he attempted to play crazy but he was all right today The nu tburltias pre confident they have of Owens murderers if there wtrej buttonemanOwensboioInqulrcrA the i minister to charge not less than 5 or a marriage lee and 10 for a lu nerat service ocjtxABtuglit5tr Eczema Psoriasis Salt i Rheum Tetter and AerieBelong to Unit cliiss of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions thatI cruise snore genuine bodily discomfort anti vorry than all diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons ami fluids that ooze out through the amls and pores oL the skin producing an inde scribable itching nod bunting alldIIx CAn cheerfully endorse your 8 80 the yellow watery discharge forms a III cur for Eciema 111 troubled wltb It for 25 and trIed many into crusts and sores or little brown yarij remedies with no good effects but nfter- anti white scabs that drop off leaving utln III few bottle of 888 Wa entire the skin tender mid raw The effect jy relieved Wm Campbell of the lloisonma cause the skin to 313 W Central St Wichita tAD crack ri1I1 bleed or give it a scaly fishy appearance again the cruptiuns may i consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard reel hump upon face Purification of the blood is the for these vicious skin glaringIic tilations antidotes the Uric antI other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates is J and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the impuri tics pass off through the natural channels and relieve the skin S S S ia the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier it contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral II CWrite us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge We have handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent free to all who wish it THE SWI T SPECIFIC co Atlanta GsI S CENTRAL GROVE KY March 19 RevR W DARks filled his re Iar at the Sumlay1IMrs D M Park visited her sisterj inlaw Mrs Dave Allen who Ielan i getously 111 at her home in Green River Union neighborhood Sunday Miss Ora Miller was the guest it her aunt Mrs J W Tanner Satin dayand SundayIMiss Violet Loney who is attend ing school at Beaver Dam Sat unlay and Sunday at her homeIMrs J E Curtis is on the sick list i Miss May CArson Centertown was I the guest of Miss Erma Rowe Sunday Mr and Mrs S A Bishop Small biSbOPslIJ E Ashby Elm wood spent Saturday nightand Sunday at Mr G W Rowes Miss Flossie Matthews has returned home alter a short visit to her sister Mrs Mary Balls Smallhouse Mr and Mrs Azzie Maddox West Providence spent Sunday at Mr J W LoneysMr Loney was the guest ot Mr Guy Stateler Williams Mines Monday night Mr N P Blown Elmwood was in the community Sunday 4GNflSl- AREYNOLDS KY March 17 The weather is getting good and farmers are cheerful The hits been no work done on the farm I this winter Roads are very bad Several from this place attended church at Haynesville Sunday Messrs Lafe Knott and F M Reynolds returned from Hartford Satur attendingIcourt two Miss Hettie Reynolds returned from Louisville Fridaywith her spring stock of millinery She will run the I millinery department for Mr G B- RepairIng = = c I i NeatlyDone Never thought ofsuch a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sigh for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin and weak Some of the new I ones arc not well all of the old ones madcmdI from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It docs the trk both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin blood red weak lungs strong hollbw places full Only the best materials are used in the patching Tftfd the patches dont show throughthe new glow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do It yourclfyou and the bottle TIU picture represents tin Trade Moth of Scott KmuUun and U on the vrappur of every tattle Send for tree sample j SCOTT VHOWXE r 1 luil St New VotKJ- IA and ft all druggists BO YEARS EXPERIENCEV tnvRu1wra TRADE DESIGNS MARKS I Anyone fndtn a skein and docrlntlnn mirqulckl rennin nile whether an IyeitIuI tllrnbnLIrnltable Commnnlea tlon on taUmta ifecurlngpatentI1gt0tatftrtnt not Iff without charxo In tba Scientific Jlm rita A hanS OTnelr Illustrated wtrtlf Tersest lr ruUllon ot any idmllila Inurnal Termi tl a pewsdealnMUNCo 554 a I Miles at Lyonla this spring Miss Lena lUrndt is vlsittnc1 res- tive near WlilteKvllli t fWlIle 1rt I nirn Bnaril crt his lace burn my badly Inst wed but ii 1m proving BEDA KY Mr Sim Nave bus inovril to his lanai in Divitsa coutty where htIII- UPe a crop this season Rev Aimer of Mclsan county pracheil at the T e bjteHaa chuh last Sunday Mr Amos Shown Is very pick of pnrunionia freer nt this writing Mr Gforce Maple who has Wen unite sick Is thought to he a Halt betterIMr Prank lowc who has been sick a few 11j S IS iiiiitoliig slowly Partners of this section re making considerable preparation tor a new crop Mr W II Cnn is very sick at this writing VIDI Notice All ptrsons having claims ng init the estate nl W A Sand fur deceac propIerlyor heytill be forever bAiled Thlsl Much II 1902 W V ANIIKFCR Admr ot W A Sandelnr Ht Cromwell Ky WHITE RUN KY Mar IS Church ten ices a Shilnh Sunday sure utll utttnJcO despite he bad weather Rev Val h and filmy of Spring Lick have moved into our locality Mr Bob Park has bought a farm from Mr K C Dyers and will move onto same Mrs Sara Belle Bytes who fell and fractured a limb some time since is slowly improving though still unable to be out Mr Bud McDaniel sold his interest In logs on Sinking Fork creek Brrck In ridge county to Mr Veal Mathews and has returned home to raise a cropMrs Ann McDaniel and Mr Ro Robertson have been on the sick Ifs the past week Farmers are taking advantage of the few nice days and are preparing for spring planting MORBANON BEAVER DAM KY The school tax was voted last Saturday by our citizens by two to one and a board of six most reputable gentlemen were chosen as trustees ot our graded school Rev Coakley met a large congrega tion In the Baptist church here last Sunday where the Sunday School was reported to be in a prosperous condition when the congregation and school beard a most excellent expos tlon of the Parable of the Sower On the filth Sunday In this month and Saturday before Herbert Maddox a late graduate of Bethel College will be prdained to the full work ot the ministry at West Providence Baptist church in this county I S C a Coughed up a Tooth Columbus Ohio Mar 18R C Davis aged 69 who lives in hayden avenue this city has just preformed the astonishing and hitherto unpre cedented feat of recovering his long lost voice by the sirable process of coughing up 51 tooth About eighteen years ago he began to have trouble with his throat which continued uninterruptedly uutll last Sunlay morning Until h 1 first experienced this trouble eighteen y ars ago he was an accomplished huts singer and ntUined considerable reputation in Indianapo lie were he previously II vtd as a basso in church choirs Suddenly he dis covered that there was something the matter with his throat which put an end to his singing Since them be lass been treated for asthma catarrh and nil manner of throat trouble with elghI SundAY morning relief came in this unexpected manner The theory is that the piece of tooth which was his own slipped down his throat eighteen years ago and od in tbe esophagus just below the tdI ynx It formed n pocket In thAt tion and remained there without mate rially aflecting hls abllltv to swallow food but ptoJuced great lrrltntlo to the laryngeal nervesII OAI9 JPOXIXA Bun thelbs Kind You Hare Alira Bcjttt JIt i f I 1- 14 jI READY FOR tV I THE RUSH rI s iTI41Ve tiro now on luuid and are receiving every 4 lay ono uftlio hugest and most ukgnnt stocksof I 1 Sp illw Dry Goo s lrbrought to this suctiull of country This stock comprises everything that is 6new and desirable and afford thu latest styles in C every line We are now bettor prepared than ev 0er before both as to room and locution trt servo i tho trading public Wo are confident that wo know how to buy good goods H as to sell thorn cheap and wo latter otjrsfclvos that tho present purchase bocits anything for worth und cheayness i that we haye ever yet offered tho public Wo car ryall lined df Dry Goods but ItiLve 301110 specials in I iLadies Fine DeSs Goods L Fine ClothingAll Sues r I IThe Latest Wash Fabrics i j IShoes to Please Everybody i I a Most Elegant Line I Mattings Carpets Trunks Besides these special lines wo have a largo ntHli splendid array of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods All these goods have been bought with L special care Everything is now and uptodate r1 No shelfworn utofst r le goods on hand As for s4 tho advantage in dealing with us we just want you s iS to compare our goods and prices with those found- elsewhereL and note the difference in your favor iWe know the Dry goods Bussnoss and wo also know how to give BARGAINS which we arctic lug all tho time Everyday is an opening day with us One day is just as good as another to 2tnulo nt our Bargain Store Mako our store your + headquarters for Spring trading Bring us your 75 Country Produce 45 m SAM BACH Hartford fi2 ilc itr t iL fa fa p fa 9 +C t l fcM r 4OurRepublican and TwiceaAVeek CourierJournal pcryr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year lCO- Republiosin and Louisviljo Commercial per year 125 Republican and Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican and TwiccaWcok Now York World 150 BIGYGLES BELOW COST AW iad uasatod taoa MODELS tho CSSSisTFt 1900 and 1901 Models QHd 7 to 11 with large jihotographic engmeimjt and I lull detailed to any Wo SIIJP ON APPROVAl to anyone In U S 01 Canada without a cent in odronu and allow 10 DAYS FREE T1ALYou take HO risk In ordering from tie aa you do not need to pay Ii cent It the bicycle doc not suit you I 500 SEDONDHAND WHEELS fl 9ftktandardinikrllrn drtopwtIalood ar allkindiatH nyuUi uit lag US ef loformUoa writ hIDE irsWIAI In pact town to rideI end jaIl model bicycle In your moire time you can make2Jo aAh a havior a wheel to ride for roureir 1 i S foriijlij3CtTHENEWYORKWORLD ThrlceaWcek EitlonAJ most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tbw Imldfntlal campaign It ortr but tb world IIOf on lat the sp and I t la loll olntwjj tromftliaitImpartla1IiOltbatyoubayS In thacnlomnsoS Th ThrlnMtWfvk Edition ot tha New York World which come Jto the sub eerlir IFS times yar pnbusheraye the KpKllh language la epokenaed yoi Ibbtttlpoltloovoeqanled newspaper uud THI ItxrufLKii together one jenr for tlM paprea Repeaters are the original tUdItop and aid y10 Tlot1EaIt all da thtow U rapUra away from him I luttad ci hit face Jmnnti amok and hi i adiIIllha fMARLINta easily ladmnothly makinS YorIate aolM Our tUaI safett brtcch4oadlng Iun ever Cluolnal9nDlat IorJo mat11d thn stamp flMadsFlnAtaCa I ir ROUGH RIVLR- TELEPHONE COMPANY 1IronoITIPj 1 Talk befug cheap and necessary twhereand build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough Rlverrelephone Company or they be the whole expense ii you say so We connect with all In partlcular Hartford Icy um rlID T hD h a DS U AND TelegraphCOMPANY INCORPORATED tnonnected by its Long Distant line thirtyfive3tttesIn exchange inHAitfnrd arid kurnund rag country Theltvlsh to make their I P as comprbfnsive and valuat specialtyIId thecountry within a reasonable andtherhe exchange over Williams drug v torr ICu ftJ a J t- V r t k t v + r r t i e l vII it i NO SPECIAL SALES INO DATES NO- r I CATCHES SIMPLY ooat For Least Money ALWAYS AT I ii ti e t Saturday Mar 22 4icWe willopen for triO Inspection of the of Hartford and yldnlty the pret I f tIadies of I MILLINERY I 1k f tom howti l to present od this occasion We will al f so show tho latest fabrics in Wash Goods oJ t White Goods Woolen Dress Goods r Laces sIf Embroideries Etc A bigger line a cheap or line than wo have ever shown before A complete lino of McCall Patterns shown at our Pattern counter Price lOo and 15c Subscriptions for McCalls Mag yearrREMEMBER THE PLACE THE f IGREAT I BARGAINGIVERS e- e 4 IT il e 14 Hartford Republican u tFRIDAY MARCH 2- 1m I a- mWdr a Call on Carson Bros for groceries Drink Cocoa delicious Singer Office Fresh lot of Cranberries at Stager OfficeCucumber Plcklea extra line Singer Office SherlD Cal P Keown went to Fords vllle Tuesday Mrs Leila Dellaven NartowB la- In town this week Mr S T Stevens is visiting his r brother near Cromwell Mr Silas Taylor ol Wysox called In to see ns Wednesday Fresh Oysters and Celery always on hand at Singer Office 1 Fresh Fish And Oysters served dur ing court at Singer Office All kinds of nice Cakes and Crack ers Iresh at Singer Office i vCR Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drugstore Free delivery ot all goods bought from Canon Co Rough River f phone No 6J Cumberland No 192 The rigor of winter wjrt sots be over Mtisinttr days abudJBright things In store for til Brightest thins In tens Dress k jCads that we have ever shown or seen Come and look at themSOO patterns for the Spring and Summer Just received from The loyal Tailors Chicago U S A r e 0Everything made to your meas I ureall the time never other wiseDriceswoadromlylowT T Tailors Agent SEE SAMPS AT COLD STORAGE ft f t It t1tt111P tit If PWtTJ Mfr d- a J Call on Carson Bra for seed pota toeTry I our Mince Meatso alce Singer Office Mr C BB Felix Olaton was Jn town Monday I I IIltchlBj room free at B B Collins Cos stable Mr Frank HicketLivermore was 1st town yesterday Mr R XBoyd of Horse Branch was IB I Groceries of all kinds at the lowest prices at Carson Cos I Nlcert and freshet line of Candles in HftrtJord atSIoger Office Use Gripennta and Poetam Coueel lid get wtl +dkngtr ORfce Mr Wetter Cate of Sulphur Spring war in town Wednesday This is neither a stuck Hp nor a cheap to1eCAs M Be Co We sell as low u we tall rather as high a we might CARSON Co Every pune can find here a suit to fit It CAKSON Be Co Oar beat salesman U a bargain Try him sad see CAXBOM Be Co Orange Lemons Bananas Pears Cocoanuts and Apple at Singer Office ilra H L Thomas of Sulphur Spring is yeryj rof lung trouble Remember you tall get the nicest Hot Lunch in Hartford at Singer Ol froatBorn to the wife of N M Taylor of Wysox 1 Saturday a ten pound boy +Mr Nick Webster Olaton is going to move to Brecklnrldge county soon Mr Loa Roger la pending a few days with lila brother Emerson near Cromwell I- CaUon Carson Bros at their new otoreond be snplled With the belt the market affords Rev I cPetriela at Brazil Jifd this week visiting his son Mr Thom Petrie Commonwealths Attorney J Ed win Rowe lelt for his home at Owens boro Wednesday MrWm Comb ot Adabnrir has sold his tarn and will move to Beaver Dam this spring Our flour Is of the best patent sad the lowest price in tewn CARSON Co Cream Brick and Llmbnrger Cheese Bologna Sausage and Boneless Him at Stager Office Mr Arthur Bnsklll a member o CrawleyLonlelwa1 I o t Health II For 25 years I hive never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparill mybloodwayJohnNY Pure and rich blood carries new life to every of the You are invigoratedrefreshed You feel anxious to be active You becomestrong stcadycourageous Thats what Ayers Sarsaparilla will do for you ILMaMtli AIIrafilalL Ayeraarnpdtlaold firallr iD w will bnndJ Tin Co Lowell Uui A carnival of low prices at our store CARSON Be Co There is no best in town it it is not found here CARsoN Co Have R T Collins make you a new suit for Raster See samples at cold storage plant Ames Buggies the best on the market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford KY Mr Rudolph Geeseling of Owens boro visited Irlends in Hartford the first of the week Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for sprclal bargains in Buggies and WagonsIMrs Julia P Kirby has gone out to Narrows to spend a few days with her son Mr Eugene Kirby Carson Bros have moved into theirI new store second door from Bank of Hartford Call and see them We want all your produce the highest market price will be paid you- CARSON Co wagons BnggtesPhaetons Surries and all other kinds of vehicles for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky What trade we have we hold what we havent got were alter CARSON Co Mr Ben D Ringo has returned to- Ms duties as Chairman of the State Board of Equalization at Frank tort We dont promise the earth for a dollar We are here to think of your interests CARSON Co Wadding Suits a specialtyMade to your orderguaranteed to fit R T COUJNS Tailors Agt Our patrons wear smiles along wrthI their clothing that they buy hereICARSON Co Mrs Elizabeth Harrison and daughter Miss Nary of Henderson are visiting friends near Sulphur Springs Mr Henry Hardwlck of Memphis Tenn visited his brother here Mr W G Hardwlch Saturday and Sun day Tills Mary Lamar of Owensboro who has been visiting the family of S K Cox returned home Wed nesdIMr David Axton a wealthy citizen of Rockport Indiana died February a6th Mr Axton was formerly a clt zen of Ohio county See Sam Bachs large ad In TUB REPUBLICAN today Nice goods and great bargains ire to be had at his big store on bank row Muter Roy Heavrin who has been in Louisville for several weeks hav- Ing his eyes treated Has returned home much Improved Mr Henry Williams has sold his residence property atNarrows to DrJ H Maxwell Dr Maxwell is at pres ent an unmarried man Mr and Mrs R K Bean and little son Dewey of Sulphur Springs vis- Ited Mrs Beans parents in Owens boro the first of the week R T Collins the tailors agent will make yonr new spring stilt or pants and guarantee a fit See samples at his cold storage plant If you need Letterheads Envelopes Statements Cards Posters Etc send ns yonr order Clean print newest stylesand the best material Superintendent Jas DeWeese and Mr Lon Rotes went up to Frankfort Sunday to witness the closing exer cases of the General Assembly HE FEARED HE HAD LOST When Wn Ting Fang the famous Chin ee ItinUterlto Waahinl irritabU and somewhat Wfgetful from a severe cold mlM l one day from the front of bit cap the Immense diamond he always wears there be was dreadfully frightened A friend pointed out that the Ut sman had inad vertently donned his turban wrong side before and that the diamond was sate In the rear Had Wn Ting yang been wear Ing a Bensons YerousTlaster on his chest or bark to care his cold be never would hare doubted 1U location He would have felt It doing IU workawannlng and mak lug flexible the torpid muacles extracting the pain and soreness promoting the free circulation of the blood stimulating the skin and to proper action and eo Hunting and banishing the malady Thus we pereelrebeloTed friends that THE III DIAMOND ON HIS HAT while apretty thing to look upon was of BO practical UIo But Bensons Plasters w 111ez none and en gent neuralgia colds on the cheat lamWback etc 10 quickly and completely as to make you wonder hoW lMrrlXlllrbe JLUdrngglsUorwewlUpreparppsU aee on Staest reed YotedSa tlssRsr7 UObIft tdk ohmafi6l N1f Mr J H Davis of TIY was In I town yesterday Wr William Coots of Sunnydtlr was In town yesterday Mr Clarence DeWeese of Trisler I was in town yesterday Mr C L Morton of Centertown was In Hartford yesterday Miss Nettie Anderson has accepted a position with Mrs Sara Collln Smith Mr Sam Cox jr went to Owens bow Wednesday on a business trip and returned yesterday Attorney J E Davidson and fami ly are visiting Mrs Davidsons father Esquire P H Allord near Horse Branch Rev Lawhorn assisted by Rev T C Duvall of Calhoon will begin a protracted meeting atlolt Vernon Church Sunday- Superintendent Jas DeWeese was called Thursday to the bedside of his brother Charlie DeWeese who is very sick of pneumonia Master James Barbour Williams ar rived Saturday March 15 at 730 to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs James H Williams Mr John Manker died of consumption st his home near Westerfield Wednesday and was burled at Union Grove Cemetery yesterday MrZI Black Rockport lada large dealer in timber is prospecting Iin Ohio county this week Mr Black while in townis stopping at the Hartford House Mrs Howard Ellis returned Wednesday from Bowling Green where she spent a few days with her husband who is attending Cherry Bros Commercial School All accounts due this paper on sub scription must be settled at once This action is made necessary because ol the recent change In the ownership of the paper Fair warning Master Roy Forrester has accepted a position in the mechanical department of TUB REPUDLiCAp Roy is a bright Industrious boy and Is learning rapidly the printers art Mr and Mrs A C Taylor and baby went to Owensboro Wednesday Mr Taylor returned yesterday and Mrs Taylor and baby will remain several days visiting relatives Circuit Court adjourned Monday after a sitting of two weeks with the docket well cleared This is the first time a three weeks term of court has completed its work in so short a time Mr Tom Butler of Shreve was In Hartford Monday Mr Butler laughs over the innny incidents of his recent race for Sheriff as pleasantly as if he had won it and this is the sort of spirit the public admire Mr Hayden Russell died at his home at Westerfield Tuesday ot pneu monia fever and was buried Wednes day at Union Grove burying ground Mrs Hayden is very low of pneu monia and is not expected to live For your new spring suit see R T Collins at his cold storage plant He is agent lor the best tailormade clothing houses in the country and will give you a perfect fit at a most reasonable price All work strictly firstclass I The Board ol Pension Examiners met in Dr S J Weddings office here Wednesday all the members pres ent and examined Silas W Jones of Centertown Carrol Bradley of Butler county and Oliver ol Mnhlen berg county Mrs Lou Dennis mother of Buck and Columbus Dennis died at her residence near Prentls Sunday morning and was burled Monday in the Gentry burying ground Mrs Dennis was eightytwo years bid and her death was due chiefly to old age Mr H P Taylor was called to Louisville Monday on the account ot sickness of his daughter Miss Sallie who is attending the Girls High School in that city Was Sallie had a severe attack ol measles but is very much Improved at this writing The Rough River Telephone Com pany is again in touch with Owens borotielng connected with the Har rJson Telephone Exchange at that place Parties wishing to talk to Owensboro can do so over the home line Patronize home people wh n you can D M HOCKHR Mgr Mr A J Williams vacated the Commercial Hotel yesterday and the famous old holstery has performed its last service Mr Jno CJRiley who has bought that property will begin pulling down the old building at once preparatory to the erection of 0 5000 business house on the lot Success in the past guarantees that all tailormade work done by R T Collins will be satisfactory both In workmanship and price Give him your order for any kind ot clothing you may need made to your order troth samples of your own selection Call at his cold storage plant Hartford We are Indebted to Mr David C Allen oi Roslnefor a copy of the New York Herald of April 15 1865 The paper has been well preserved and gives a detailed account of the asses sination oi President Lincoln and the assault upon Secretary Seward the night before Mr Allen was at that date a Union soldier end bought the paper the next day liter Its publics tbs Dr A P Stanley Is on the eek list Mr W M Htflln of Benin was I in town yesterday Mite Artie Wilson was a pleasan I caller at this office yesterday Mr B P Bennett and Miss Annie Tlcbenor were married at the brides residence near Hartford yesterday Mr Wilburn Tlnsley will open n- an extensive new stock ot Hardware next week In the building recently vacated by Carson Co Mr W B Benson and Miss Dora Keown were married yesterday by Rev G J Bean the wedding occurred outhe street In front of the court house the nuptial pair occupy- Ing a buggy during tbe ceremony The large residence property near Muddy bridge on the Beaver Dam road occupied by Mr Buck Collins burned Monday afternoon There was no one at the house when it caught fire and Mr Colons lost al most all of his household goods The house it is supposed look fire from a defective grate Loss of building and contents about 2000 No Insurance The Bank of Hartfords big Mosler screw door fiveton safe was brought over from Beaver Dam and put In place in the Bank building yesterday The new sale Is the very best that money could buy and is guaranteed to withstand the efforts of the most artful cracksmen of the profession The new sale and the ample burglar insurance the Bank ot Hartford car ries makes it an absolutely safe place lor the deposit ol cash In the contested election case ol Wade vs Black 8 A Anderson and R It L Slmmerman were appointed commissioners to open the ballot boxes of all the precincts and recount the ballots and the committee began Its work Monday Up to the tlmeol going to press eleven ballot boxes had been opened aqd counted and Black had made a net gain of three votes The recount will not be completed before Monday or Tuesday of next week Attorneys C M Barnett and Ernest Woodward are representing Black and J S Glenn and Gi B Lik ens are representing Wade Tbe joint debate between the Adel phlans of Hartford College and the Vbllomstbeons of West Kentucky Seminary Beaver Dam will take place at Beaver Dam on April 4th The question for debate will be Resolved that the United States should retain the Philippine Islands The Adelphlans will defend the affirmative side of question The participants in the debate from Adelphlans are E W Patterson PC Miller and Robert H Miller from Beaver Dam JcHoheimer G W White and Lon K Mllburn The people ol Hartford should attend and encourage the boys X precocious yonng Ohio count f man who has seen much of the- world and had a varied experience including a divorce for onesoyonng was paying court recently to a wealthy young lady of an Eastern city when an untimely postal card played havoc with his plans The young man bad occasion to be absent from the aforesaid Eastern city for a few days and very naturally asked Bis sweetheart to receive and care forbid mall during his absence In the meantime the precocious one had been granted a decree of divorce by the Ohio Circuit Court and his attor ney incautiously notified him ol the fact by postal card which the wealthy young lady in a cold and Informal way presented to him upon his re turn Notices of divorce like duns should be legislated off of postal cards On account Confederate Reunion Dallas Texas April sand to 25th round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Dallas at rate oi 1630 for round trib Tickets on 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 VANMKTRR Agent M SCHROADER SCHOOL HOUSEKY March aoRev Romans filled his appointment at this placeTss Snift dayMr Pete Kessinger is building a new dwelling house at this place Miss Minnie Raley and Mr Willie Moore were quietly married at the IaltSundayMr Lee Jones has about completed a fine dwelling house for Mr Wm Potts near this place There was a musical entertainment given at the residence of Mr J H Grays last Saturday night which wads highly enjoyed by all that were presentMr Dever happened with very bad luck a few days ago He was riding across a creek when his horse became frightened and threw him on and ruined a one gold watch for him Plow BOY OAJSVOX1XAB- eantoItsKM Yet JliaWnjs ttUpstate Y of Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice the labelon your paper and if your tim hits expired please send i your renewal Remember it takes money to run a newspa p youni Nothing Tastes GoodA- nd eating Is slmply perfunctory done because It must be This Is the common complaint of the dyspeptic If eating sparingly would cure dys longPway cure which Is difficult digestion Is to give vigor and tone to the stomach and the whole digestive system Hoods Saruparllla eared the niece of Prank Far roe N St South Boston Mass who writes that she had been a treat sufferer from drspepsla for six ream had bier without appetite and had been troubled sour stomach and headache She had tried many other medicines In vain Two bottles of Hoods Sariaparllla made her well Hoda Sarsmpmrlllm Promises to cure and keeps the promise Dont wait till you lUll worse but buy a bottle today JAKE INDICTED Grand Jury Calls Commonwealth Attorney to Account for Drunkenness While on Duty The recent grand jury demonstrat ed Its fitness to serve the purpose for whichthe law contemplates Its exis tence by work exemplifying the high est moral courage and the wisest dis cretion The criminal neglect of duty upon the part oi the Commonwealths Attorney for some years past has been a notorious fact yet not until the recent term of court have we had a grand jury in the Ohio Circuit Court with courage enough to find an indictment against him At the recent term of court here Cap Davis was on trial charged with the murder of Joseph Miller near Sulphur Springs last spring and it is out of the conduct of Mr Rowe during this trial that the Indictment came about The grand jury sumS moned each of the twelve pettlt ju rors who sat on the murder trial to testily before it also a couple of attor neys of the Hartford bar but by a vote of seven to five failed to indict However a couple of days later it took up the case again and returned indictmentNothing conic of the indictment but it serves to express popular sentiment in a very grave matter and attests the courage and good sense of the honest farmers who made up the grand jury Marrla es Mr C C Hartford Dundee to Miss Attella Ford Dundee Mr Willie W Moore Horton to Miss Minnie E Raley Horton Mr N C Hudson Buford to Miss Lola May Cundifi Buford Mr P G Miller McLean county to Miss Laura Malln Beaver Dam Mr Harvey O Hillard Fordsvllle to Miss Minnie Hulse Fordsville Mr Mathew Sadler Westetfield to Miss Prances Hoheimer La Boon Mr Charles Tanner Ralph to Miss Liddje Morgan Ralph A Novel Case About the first of the present year M H Stevens ot Centertown mar tied a Miss Pedan of near Glasgow since which time Mr Stevens and wife have been living with his father Sometime ago T D Nickols a form er lover of Miss Pedan came upon the scene and as the report goes gave the newly wedded pair much annoyance by appearing aj the win dows oi the Stevens residence ol nights Friday night It is said Nichols went to Stevens residence end tried tobreak in through a win dow when the elder Stevens fired on him with a double barrel shotgun and Nichols returned the fire Nicholswas arrested by the Marshal at Centrarcity Monday and the SherlffoMbls county notified Deputy Sheriff Jno G Keown brought Nichols over here Tuesday and lodged him in jail We called on Nichols in the jail yesterday and be gave us the follow Tug statement of the Incident My name is T D Nichols I am a6 years old and my home is Oleoak Barren county six miles southeast of Glasgow on theJUrksvllte road Miss Ora Belle Pedan and I had been en gaged nearly four years M H Stevens nd Miss Pedan married and left Oleoak together on Tuesday be fore she and I were to have been mar Bed on the Thursday following It was said up there that Stevens had need unusualinducements to get the girl to marry him and believing ht would desert her I decided as I was going to Evansville anyway that I would stop over ndaee about her and ii she had been deserted by her husband as I found she had I would send her back home I went to M H Stevens fathers Wednesday night just alter dark and looked through the windows to see if M H Stevens and his wife were there and not seeing them went away Afterwards decided to go back again and did ro on Friday night When in about thirty yards of the house I found Taylor Stevens M H Stevens lather sitting in the shadow of a tree with a double barrel toeWhennnear flew I had no bad motive in going to Mr Stevens house but only want ed to see II Ora Belle was there and if she was deserted to send her back home wl kY r+ +w +wV 44 14 tf 4 4 1 SPRING r i OPENINGI 44 1 bri4 4 bf iComing Aren t Youtf y 41 bi 41 41 bfr 41 On March 22 we shall have our Spring Opening i 4in our Now Store We want you to como and bo if- j 4 with that While outdoors sit 4 us on day always swing 4on welcome hinges we particularly want everybody brr i 41 to attend our Spring Opening The whole store i 1 4 j will bo bright and fresh in Spring attire We want = i 4 t EVERYBODY to see us in our handsome new IjJ 44 4 building and to note how much better prepared bfr bfr J than ever we are to supply the peopleVnoeds New j 41 Goods and enthusiasm everywhere Wo shall try to i 4 be very gracious hosts to all our callers Wo dont j 1ask anyone to call for then purpose f buying We = Ii want to show you our b bt 1 Elegant Sping Stock I ii 4 Comprising all the Now Styles in beautiful Clothing J 41 Furnishings Hats Ladies Dress Fabrics Millinery i j 4 lies lionrbM4tion wo carry complete lines of Groceries and riMini 61 tt 4 turo Our display will be worth to 43 4 want the ladies to come ttob1o come nu want the children to come wo want ecry j I 41 body to come just tqmake us a friendly call Tho i 4air and dash of Springtime is all over our storetheblF 41 atmosphere of welcome everywhere We will expect bl r 4ou and you will be well repaid for your visit bf b 4 bfM CARSON coi i 41 b or4ad9 Kya b bt 1rye rM MMMf +MMrrw + MMCMtlr Mf iarvrrrrMrrr7rrr I 0 P PPPP fQ Ooe Oi- et It will pay youto consider the money question l atab9ut expenditures and returns which you needIto consider We will answer them all to your on tire satisfaction We will tell you about good things at right prices and toll you about getting full valuq for every cent you spend with us Wo answer yqur questions with assurance of high quality low prices and courteous treatment i We are suro to got you if you want good goods I at tho right pries t CLOTHINGOur madetomeasuro Cloth a ing are in And already our regular trado is pre I paring for tho opening Let us measure you for a nice NEW Spring Suit Perfect fit guaranteed Our readytowear Clothing has just arrived 3anti our Clothing Depart ment is first with the ear ly Spring Styles Every thing of latest styles cuts theIof tho purchaser GANWEHAVE YOUR MEASURE THAT DvSUln DRESS GOODS Quito a variety of now Wash Fabrics fur early 0V Spring wear are oh our shelves ready for your in 9fa spection which iiicludes the following Pcrcals m Madras Mercerized Cfiambrays Ginghams Etc Also the greatest line of Embroideries Insertions anti Laces ovor shown in this whole county Everything for the Ladies is right in line with the tIC Ii latest Spring fashions aFARMERSTobacco seed sowing isnowinprog at yourinGrow Wants or Field Seeds Oliver Chilled Plows Ect BROI444 0 M it c =err rr T 0 F41 r y l I I IAVegetablcPxeparationforAs J I Promotes nessandRcstContainsnclthcr b OprumNorphinc nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC fOlJ1JrSWlZZlTC1ER 4txrvw fJ116 Sol I Mil Jn41 lJe JJ IvwHialItP 1wIr 4 rp i roreonSipl1tion 4Thc5itnle Signature of I 1- a1 viEW YORK rXACr ooPYo WRAPFCR- I 1 IC II For Infants nnd Children the I Tttt CtHTAUII COMPANY MIW VOHlI CITY FIELD SSZ33 JXiCI ==1rSSJC ccWc =A = = tl AI 3CAVr AI BD I Ym n A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST VEHICLES YOUR SOLICITED no ASTHMA CURE FREE I Brings Instant Hollof and Cure in all Cases FREE ON OF UIUTi YOLll NAMK AX1 ADDRESS 1LAIMY fCHAiNEDI ARE YOU DEAFI lS I CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears jSignature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sGASTORIA SO- 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write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on I30th street New York I at once obtained a bottle ol Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alterusing one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and she Is entirely tree irom all symptoms I eel 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 num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and stdrted with a trial bottle I found relief ut once I have since pur chased your full slze bottle and I am ever gratelnl I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now In the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rlvingtoa street- S RAPHAEL 67 Hast 129th st New York City Trial Bottle Sont Absolutaly Fre on Receipt st Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT EROS MEDICINE Co 79 East isoth St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists ANY HEAD NOISES tt iI n Vr DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEby our a w invention Only those born deaf are incurable READ NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY t F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS OALTIUOUE Md March jo tact YOIIaAbout Sve year ago mv right ear began to sing andthUkepton getting worse unlit I loct- IOY bearing izz ear cnllre anumIonly an operation could help me and even that temporarily that the head uoiae would then crate r hearing in the affected ear would lie t forever I then MMW your adveitlsemnt accidentally inaltw VorL liaper and ordered our treat meat After I d used It ORly a fv day to your direction the noiaeiceaaedant heorin in diaedcar has beta entirely rcnerctl I thank you hcartIlyaudbrgtraruaiu Very truly youra V A WURMAN 7joS Broadway naltimore d- Our treatment does nut Interfere with your usual occiijKttlun EitIPrcfldYOU GAff CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ntcirnal IHTERNATIOHAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL V V 2 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 21 I Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table I I Ntw tluia card tiLing Itt SaBdaj Deo tI KM at noon nrlh llnnnit South Ilonnd No 1 32 dne 3 ST n m No Ill dn lllT a ra- No 103 dae347V BJ No tot due 247 p a- NolMdailMupnl So 131 due bt45 j m- Ioenl FrttRlila p1DIHAS RICH LANDS j And is Looking for Outside Capi tal to Assist in the Development I Fromist View Ky comes a men who wants moneyother people money to invest in land productive of oil ccal timber and asphalt He and friends have huge tiaits ol sand leased in Grayson and Edmonson counties and he needs financial assis tance in working them properly He believes that great returns will be shoAeiid on investor The following letter from him was received recently by Secretary Van Pelt of the Commercialclub to J C Van Pelt S cretary Corn merclnl Club Louisville KyDeai Sir Knowing that you are very much interested in the development and progiess of the State of Kentucky as well as oi sour own city ol Louis vile I take the liberty of addressing you in regard to an undeveloped sec tion of this part of our state that is rich in oil coal timber ac asphalt Some lends and I have 3000 acres oi asphalt lands leased in GrasonI and Edmonson counties is on Xolin river about ten miles above slack water I dtVel1ophave the assistance of the Commercial club in doing so What we want is foreign capital to be invested with ours so as to go to work in these rich fields We have had our asphalt as sayed by competent men and pro nounced by tbeca to be intcltjg rock uphilL rof Bark 1 your city has so pronounced it Our lease are very liberal and we woulcj desire an opportunity ot showing our territory before asking any one to put up a I dollar for developing purposes One i place on Xolin river has cliffs lorty j feet high and is rich in asphalt t Many others are equally rich and in great quantities Besides the asphalt oil is protruding from many places on the surface Gen S D Buckner Dr Walton and others have just begun boring an oil well very near oari territory with every prospect of suc cess We have other territory leased on Short creek in Grayson county I IncIose you Col Tilfords report o f It II will take pleasure in showing this territory to any who may wish to see it Very respectfullyJ East View Ky Louisville Commercial 4 Washingtons Courtship She was a lady ot high degree of gracious and distinguished manners and all the people in the young re j POWERFUL MEN OF THE EAST j Au lutertiUng Kiplanutlbn ut tbtlr Iliuiual Strength Tb Seeret ut fdelr Marveloui Vitality and Serve forte Jeulonily Guarded Women nt the Harem Compound n Potion Wbote livjuveimtlnir Hffecta urn Aliuwt lllrai- ulout anti Antuulihlui the Mutt Skeptk- alI I I fondcnt hope ot ancient or luoJru ereIafter thv Kountulu of Perpetual Youth earrelv have nluitnl blither than the retnlli arhleve by the mnrveloua compound known throughout the Ikut at HI JIOKIIII- ITmvtllm returuInK to nuropo have from time to time brought nutanlnhlng tale ot the refit venation eCecU producvU by thU Wolider of the Orient Crudely compounded by the Won of the Harem from formulas handed down orally twin generation to generation the mirut of thU prep aration thua enlonnly Kunrded nnd known only to tile InmntM of the Harem nnd the Court thy allan KI MOKIIIIt bee been practically unob tainable eiteptlOK by the favoredonn for whom It wna Intended Ileoently bowerern prominent native AraMI Tynlclan bauUbnl from bUconntry for political offenie and deprived ot tiU vat poMMilone ban arallid klatitUotali ki itlc tura allrell hood bItMag kltttatlaaby aapplylnr tkli tear vdoijs ulponar XL VOKil III to the nobility aol wealthier claisri of nil Knropo who have 1heerfullvt paid him In rice fees Jit return forth Ion n lreceived Content with the large income derived front Ihl prnctlce thl used Ibjulflan has repeatedly refuied very llbrrnl nflm made In him for the formula ot hla Ilumedy but tiff haa nnolr agreed mlthth Importing bouie of TOIl XomKfLLtn Coupmr of Ihlladrlphla to put It up It con venient form for aale eidulrely In the United State nnd thlt firm having the eiclnilve axency now often It tortbn lint time to the American public ibis remedy mull Slit be itinfounotd with the numerous narvoan vibauntlon lout manhood end cell abuio Miuedl which ore advertised un tier a variety of utter oa there 1 nbtolutely nothing which aclentlfle rhemUtry baaable to which cnn even approach the ptCrltEL MOKDlIt a purely vtKetable tractod from rare Jropknl roots nud herb pur110CC ar1I1tI thk niato being uoparalMpd nnd never falllair end ne Ita use la unlvernnl an over theHnitwbere deceitdent 1tonaWhile It la an nbiolate pectho end positively dbIUtylot uditbjetwer to all weak psrte nnd developing andoirmlutalulnjt the full natural vlor of It in put up for the Amerlran trade In tablet herfVcthy eeldentijpatlont It will cure you uni to stay cured Every package Lo olD sndcnrefuhlyzamiae4 p IIIkedtocuiT will be cent Irop dander plain coy receiptoftbe k for lOO JUIdroaaTuic NoyeaFctLLgsgrAwyfoUarket and SlUt 8t A WORTHY SUCCESSOR I Something Now I udor The- Sun I cureII form Their powders dry up the mttcuous membranes causing them powerful entirely eaten itway tilt same membranes that their makers have aimfd to cure while pastel nd ointments cannot reach the dlsrjre An old and experienced prnctiv ncr who has hot many years made close study and speciality of Ut reatment ot Catanh tins at last p ctrd n tieat went which when fair ly used m only relieves ut ont permanent Iy cutes Catahmoving th cause stopping the d hnrges ant curing nil inflammatl It is the mly remedy known science that partThisa Souffles the Gtaint ecd Catarrh Cure and is sojd at tHc extremely low price of One Dollar each package ternlllimedicinetreatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Souffles if Ihe only perfect Cute ever made and Is now recognized ns the only tale and positive cure for that annoying nnd disgusting disease j It cures sill Inflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snulllea wil save you it you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used Recording to the direc tions which accompany each package Dont delay but send lor 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 ot Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia public were very roud of her In tact she was reallya sort of uncrown ed queen and we know her by a tl tie altktmgk Ir hmiband wk wsiL staunch Republican refused to be called A king In hr youthlul days she lived on a plantation In Virginia which was then a royal tirovlnce She came of a proud palclan family When she married th great mm I have mentioned she was a widow with two children and he gleat man who never had any children adopted them and loved them his very own The story of the con lhlp Isa betn tilul one While a guest at a neighbors home her host fought in one day a young soldier who was return ling from the scene of Braddocks dc teat and whom he hR with dlfficul ty prevailed upon to emain to din nero so eager was thr young mati toI reach his destination But no sooner has the soldier cast hIs eyes upon the charming guest than nil desire to con tinue bis journey had disappeared as it by majic Hour after hour passed by while for the first time he loiter ed in the path of duty and his horseI all saddled and bridled nel patiently at the door I But the lady had mary snlters Y9uI osee and he realized that he must prove the opportunity to the utmost Before they separated he had received her promise to marry him On the 6th of January 1759 the marriage hospltIhappy one The young soldier be came a great general and after jthe colonies had freed themselves from the mother country be and his wile were called to very high positions in deed They are buried side by side just a few miles from the national capital Should you ever visit it you willmake a pilgrimage to their tomb Boyces Monthly Oolored Folks It Is an ill wind that blows nobody any good and yetthe negro is made almost invaribly to feel lila condition thus and so has learned to look for few favors in this life but to continue to strive for the elevation of his race and rely on that God that will do all I things right This was Illustrated a only a few days ago when a Pullman porter Gto W Thruslon of New York inherited a scug fortune esti mated at 75000 form the late Mrs Eliza Evans a white lady whom be had served The will was contested but was admitted to pobste and Mr Thruston will inherit lho bulk of Mrs Evans estate aia iward for his kindness and attention during her illnessSince i83t colored men have filltd the position of Recorder of Deeds at Washington The Recorder is appointed by the President and the fol lowing have served in the order nan ed Frederick Douglas J C Mat James M Throtter D K Bruce II J Taylor H P Cheatham and the present incumbent John C Dane At the conference held at the Tus kegee Institute the following decla rations were adopted I In connection with educational moral and religious training we rec ognize that the foundation and growth f our race are to be found in the ownership and proper cultivation of the soil freedom from mortgaging land or stock raisin food thliesarge cities North and South prqmpt and willing payment ol all taxes beeping out ofthe courts avoiding aUfg rms ol extravagance keeping our I 1rv w l J THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS i The Southern Normal School tko great Independent Normal Training School of the South An able Faculty of J Specialist has clurfieof the different Departments ud thorough practical and comprehensive teaching Is donedjThe Primary HII 1I5h Teachers State Certificate State Diploma Preparatory Oratory Vocal ami Instrumental Music courses are taught We m ltrri coitull Invite all 1 rCourtolnnlIltcthcf lCZ4W work we are doing our Law School t BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE SenicicompleteNatla1of 1lCommercial Branches are taught Including nookkeeping Shotthond I Eiprau 7 theLtaeMatt tau e2fSOf tbewovk- Our j itiulenta lire nniveriutly MicceMful in the Commercial t 9 J cud 1rofVnloiial World sod never fell to secure the OAOStulents Win be in daily attendance luring the highest petition of honor and trust scholastic year 1 THE GREAT 11BECatalogues and Journals Free AildH HCHERRY ariMaMgvr Bonllag Breen Ky 1 4 a ay me 4 young people off of the streets from public lounging places starting a bank account however small holding farmers institute r loal conferences and agricultural iairs 2 We must keep constantly in mind that the musses ol our people depend lor their education upon the public schools These should be Strengthened every point especial 1y lengthening the terms securing better teachers building schoolhouses and supplying them with proper outfits j c 3 We must not overlook the fact that we depend largely for our living upon the common occupations that are about our doors domestic me chauical and agricultural Since nt present especially in the South these occupations are open to us we should give careful attention to fitting our youths for these callings and con stantly remind them that there is no disgrace to any lorm of manual ialur 4 We would advise the teaching of agriculture in the public schools and through the children would impress upon the parents the value of the dai ry vegetable garden and poultry yard to every family 5 We recognize there is work to be done for the schools and public fin provement especially public loads la ffornotloi f this and every other good we pledge our most hearty co operation with our white friends North and South 7 We believe our progress inaii the essentials of life nil things co sidered is more encouraging and our motto should be ever onward In each conference held we behold vast improvements and the outlook is more encouraging than ever befort andeverywhere at least only color ed men can be found competent lorI some position ol trust such as a depu tyship except in Ohio county- G W DRANK We give you the news of town and county and give it to you good while The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean prints tie telegraphic news of Amen ca and the cabled happenings of all the world 1 33 for both papers per year Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out 1Fill a bottle or common glaM with yur and lot It stand twentyfour hours a or lit lung indicates an d condi tion of the kid nays If It stains your linen la of kid nay trouble too desire to It or pain In tlwo hark I sian proof that the and bled der are out of order What to Do There is comfort In the knowledce so SwampRoot thebackinabiltiytoIt r bad effects use of liquor wins ci beer and that unpleasant necessity cf to go ofIon timesdtrinThoordinary efieci of SwampRoot Is soot renHze i It stands the for Its won I derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should nave best Sold by in 50c andJ theI You may have a sample bottle of wonaiMul and asock that teils more about It both sent free by mail sediment unhealthy It evidence frequent paaa convjiclnfj ktdntyi following overcomes compelled highest druggists discovery absoluely lInmeofSrsirpIloctCo lion reading this generous offer In this paper Subscribe for TILE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 pCI year in advance Cheap Rates01 ono cent wr lull to DALLAS TEXAS rI1linhoo to rvturu until April 30 or by eiteuilou to May IS I On account of Annual ReunIonI UN lED CONFEDERATE SONS VETERANS of VElEI ntIlIII p j Liberal atoporcr prlrllrKM including uolty to visit seen ul la 0 lIuvllnnd upporM onet Pork sit nt Vlcluburit cheap side trips frum Uulluii to TennD1 OknInhoan point Double dally feet nerrlw vll Uemphla or ticks taurgMii rlHl Tlirnueh Triilii fromtfxiaUrlll YiWrita ib t I OOOOOs0OtfIAn opportunity to Ret thousands of dollars in cask U offered b1 fKul MBMfIffS VIfI1ILV COMMICIAL APPEAL to the subscribers tuaklur the first correct or nearest correct cM on the number of kales oJ j L Cotton received In Memphis from September 1 1901 to and Including 15 t the only provision being j that each and every guess must be accompanied by 20 cents for a yearaiubfcrjpUwti to THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERfilAfr APPEAL 1tf The Great Hawm Farntminl Family Journal ot flie 8outlljThe first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis from September I 1901 to April is iooa will be awarded In caatra follow Iit received In December I If received In January I If received la February I If received In March e- I I5000 I3500 I2OO0 I1000 I- To be plainer the proposition Is tJmply thus If the correct or nearest correct guess l received In September the fortunate cueiser irlll receive 1000000 In cash If not received until October the guesser will receive 900000 If not uuttl NovelJJbcr7IOO0 If pot until DecetlJr IoooGO If nt until January 350000 If not until February 9aooooo until March 9100000- THEl MEMPHIS WEEKLY COUUEKCIAL APPEAfi U the greatest mtws farm Juid family JOUl1ltt of the United States At only 50 cents a year It Iy ten and twelve weekly of news specially prepue4Jfarm matter by Prof S M Tracy a amana and diUciealdputatent by Ifrs Jane a with Dr Talmages Sunday sermon aaU a SuadayKhool lea on a alkort eteryaa4 a continual story the latest market reports Washington gossip amd many colanna of snicUaaveotta new and information rapar Cum II Seat tvAjijr Addrwaud Cntn Crdlla I r rtf Maksue IttmltUnre w LETTERatUi imiTcdU MtKpkli ttom SapUmUr I lIuttApUL receivedckiaeta betodates BollaaaJ tee tile put lJwsrI aia jives bslwt xbr arkalM rlta rsivsd to McaBkla blefrom p 3554 S April 1SV 15 ai4X-mm r f k Ju r N rI5 M MJ a- frm a F 1 515 a S ArtXeber bale f eg 5Scndpapto1 1155 S April 1 JraZ r tleiubat d sWea P54TS4rat pt 1 Iet to April WU5 pua JIcr IIixsrp 7 I 1q55 r =IS ia MpCottaty Sttis a 1 I Apew la 1 fcwWUIreeer 4 wk r jaKalarti pM lOsmlallar WM naaUla4 Utar lauai Mu t SI IMS 4fltTUCUunder BcimBauacawin anna to ter4wbSr WIMr Ii racriTt at Ito CevtMarrUI Appeal e latin Ikaa April 3 i32 mo Bialtor vto1 ttt 1 peal uk PcaioCc 1StateSEED FOR A flEE SAMPLE GIFT dskereiaIItaacespyabetss4s4de USE THIS COUPOI WHEN POSSIIILEiTUB fVKXKivr oonnxRCiAi ArrxAL U UU4 M paajiilW la ut awmaatj to write a Itttar irltk lb Tte iI- aaaaaaaaaj NEW THROUGH LINE arlwEuarVARSVIUE AND CHICAGOA new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweea Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattooh Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 730pm 730001 Ar Chicago 700am 7ooptn SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 830001 ArEvansville 8050 ru 550pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent mnn vmr coCi- rcuit County Coart W T Owen JodKCi Jy Row Attoruvjr UKMiiboro T It Illott Jailer MA AiuUrom Cl rk lIon Holbrook Sheeter Corn mlMlui r U U Ilkni Trn t Jury iund i Cal I KmiwR Sberltf hartford Deputy Hhrrlff J U KOUHII Clnrritro KfOwn Jo II Itob rtalt L lloyd KlMii Mtcvra 5aCuuytcuueueeflrt IbM dajr la Slurch said Augut and coatluuM three weeknnd third Muaduy la flay and XoTeoihrr two wHIt County lI iJUler Judge If nod Clerk W II Huron Attorne JlIIIUrdIIS Court convene flrnt Monday ID each Quarterly Court Ilririoa on the third laaiuarTrunk lowr Assessor lied Jauca lIeW1 iiScbuoioroneriiulphnr Spring TMottcoo Courtn I lludnon heaver Dam February 15 May IT Aumint Sal December leo XV Martin IinhzetownFebnstj 31Majf It Angus t i NoreuiUr h Jnu M Urnbuni Dnndce February 12 May 7 August 27 Dereraber 3 T A HVBUB Vord rUl F bruary 5 Slay I Auuut at Norvraber S J A Illnkn IluforilFebrnary Slay 1 Aug o t 1 November 0 W A lion Ontertotrn February 10 May 32 August H NoTemtcr DJ Wllcot ItotkportFabTuary a 11110 Aunnit M November S- noHloia Car7icaa- M B Church Honth Bervlcn third Sunday enh month at II u m and 7 p roand fourth Xnmlfty at 7 p m 1rnytr meeting every Wednea evening lilY J C IVtrle Iaitor- DnpUit ChnKh Serrlrpa held 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