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Li1 T IJ1 II U f t d IIARTFORII REPiffi1IOAfpt- TmE 1 t Fine Jpb Wba Specialty OFFICIAL allAVOF IBEr411TIt 10Faaili camErrlaULallllcr q Subscription 1 a year r r VOL XIV HARTFORD KYM FRIDAY MARCH 2S 1902 No36 IIAIII81 SirI1 NetIWHrfptrafUre glib The weak mt4tWng cue great irritation What tbt mu terl The probabilities we that the stomach II an the liver IDo volved Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery makes a man who Is run down driteJ feet like a new being It cures UUeate of the itotnach and other or gane of illgeition and nutrition Mir the uggith liver into action and increases 80 the glazidthtpure rich bloodlMr Mtrtoio eIhHegaU hopes ollTl1 ftUeg stout I tiN Ir ctuim wu la try row nMWn I b4td WiltIItfGolden M Un Dlwowry sd pat Iiaa of bb ldutDr Wercea Cctnmoo Sense Medical Ad her containing tooS Urge perK in piper cover hlent fire on receipt el 31 onecent tUmp to car t DIe of JButYalom nrQSIp Y1 JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY fljwrlnl attention wna to roflrtloesaktag lrttraru 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OAROLINAQEOR- GlA and MISSISSIPPI I j 413 InN IllIM Dan 1Alal nt Loat4lTill and Islington Oborratloi Cbalr TralnsIu aod anlt JoalUIlrom HtrMt Union Dtpot eonn ctin with tromp ol ttBllDOU OoDtral Ullrpad lAd UI II 3 LM a orlafomallo 4dtrA WnDok rA T AV ni 4tb Jn LocltTlD Wit n TATWI AuUUat O P A LotWrU I iiowAhuo1aIoI HOLDING I VIGIL AT WIFES GRAVE Husband of Louisa Poole Ap tears to Reclaim Her Lifeless Body DESERTED HIM YEARS AGO He Saw Acout of Her Death in Tile Commercial Tribune Gtes pack to MItft The death of Louisa Pooh ot 705 Main streeiat the City Hospital Sunday plunged js whole family Into moufbing and brought Into view a family skeleton which has been close ly iloseted end guarded for many years The Commercial Tribune in Mondays tune toM the story of the yoitng woman life How she had- lefther home In Mlamlsburg Oto enter upon acareer of her own choos ing her disappearance under an as corned Dime her consorting with John Simpson and passing for his lawful wife her last sickness sad dcath at the Hospital penniless and- wlthontIIendsto bid her goodby Then came the old mother Mrs ohn B Cecil Mlamlsburg Brok In health and purse she had made the journey from her howe to stand for a moment by the bier of her long loaf daughter who had been found in death The woman had no money topro vidp a burial neither bad John Slap sot who In the end came to the lOre and showed genuine grief over the womans demise Superintendent Fehrenbatch heard their story and out of respect for the mother he provided a coffin A Sew extra touches wete placed upon the plain casket and a service was to be held lilt Mon day at the Hospital before taking the body to the potters field When the boar arrived only Mrs Cecil and John Simpson were present Through an oversight on the part of some one there was no minister and with a parting glaacnd a fond farewell the woman was placed in acoverad wagon and hauled out to the cemetery This It was thought would be the ead of ttraU Poole bat circum stances stOic lilt night which revives the glory and gives U fresh Interest It was shortly alter 6 oclock when John Simpson attired Ilia black frock coat end still wearing the weeds of mourning walked Into the Hospit wItha milt whoa he introduced ait Elmer K Poole of Millard O Poole who gave evideace of being a prbaperona man told the clerks that he bad read an account ol the death ol Louisa Poole in the Commercial Tel boDe and bad come to claim tne body lor burial Poole wee the woman a lawful husband who had been mis treated yet was willing to overlook- hi injuries that his wile might have THE HOME COLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Whl h Drunkards are Bain Cured Dally In Splt of Themselves I No Noxious Doses N Weak rtlnaof the Nerves A Pleasant andPol tlvCurefor the Ulquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness ia a disease and not weakness A body filled with poiso land nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant eol into liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing anderadicat IIIgtbl poison and destroying the Craving for ntoxatanti SuOerers may now cure themselves at hose without publicity or toss pf time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cute which has perfected after many years of close study and treatment inebriates The faith fut use according to directions of this Wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed t6 cure the most obstinate case n tter bow hard a drinker Our records snow the merveloas ttanaforzuatlon ol thousands of Drunk ards Into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure o husbands 1 I ChIN drep cure your fathers I This rim edy Is in no sense a nostrum hut is a srciflc for title disease only and Is so ektllldlly devised and prepared that it is thoroughly pleasant to the taste so that it can he a of tea or coflee with oatiheknoRledRe oUbe person tak It Thousands oCc1ukaf have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tee and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Dp not be deluded bYlp parent and leading iniprovemnt I Drive out the disease at once tOT all time The The hose GoldI Cure ia sold at the extremely price of paeDollartbttl plselag within reach oi everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost ing 26 to 50 Full directions ac company each package Special ad vlcis by skilled physl isns when r qursted without estra cKargeyl Sent prepaid to anparLot the rldor Receipt of one dollar Address Dept I B Giles It Company 3336 and asjaMarket street Philadelphia All carrtspoadeBU tricUy opnfidy eatlaf a decent burial and r sting place lIe then told the clerks how he and the woman hid lived pleasantly together ten years ago and how she tiring ot the simple village Hie had persuaded htm to move it Cincinnati The young married couple located in Co lumbia and fora time things went pleasantly until the husband dlscov ored the wife seemed to find more ei joyraent in the company ot others than his own A neat little home was fixed up and to this was added a piano and everything which wonld lend attractiveness but it did not suit Mrs Poole One day when the husband came home he found the wire gone On the dining room table was a note I which read You are too slow for meJThis was nil but Klnier roe knew the meaning His wile had left him For a time he hunted her In Cincinnati and then appealed to the police No trace of her could be found Later Poole learned that she had gone to Chicago He would have followed had not the whole incident touched his pride Instead he quietly sold out ils belongings here and went back to his home in Mtllord Alter hearing the story Superin tendent Pehrenbatcb told Mr Poole that the matter was entirely out of his hands He had burled the wo man in the city cemetery and doubt i less he would find her there Poole at once determined upon retting the body First he thought ol waiting until morning to go to the cemetery but the idea that it might be moved through the night fitted through his brain He and Simpson then had a conference They would go and secure tbe services ol Undertaker Sullivan and then the two would go to the j cemetery and watch beside the new made grave until morning Once their minds on tbe matter were made up they left the Hospital after learn lug the way to the city cemetery to enter upon their lonely vigil Danger of Colds and LaGrlppo The greatest danger from colds and I la grippe is their resulting in pneu souls It reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens oi thous suds who have used this remedy these diseases we have yet to orI ofa single case having resulted pueumonlawhlchsbows conclusive ly that it is a certain pteventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or en attact of la grippe in less time than any Other treatment It is pleaaant and safe to take For sale by all drnggiiiu rn Worth Many Times the Subscrlp tion Price The Morning Herald certainly deserves tbe success that It has attained its enterprise Is not lanalied by any daily paper In Central Kentucky It has had published special map strictly up to date of Kentucky the United States and the world which it Is giving to every new subscriber who pays three dollars for six months sub scription It la the best map obtain able and nothing approaching it can be bought for less than a dollar The Herald is also giving away every Sunday an exquisite photograph of some beautiful actress or man of note aim ilarto those for which all art stores ask a dollar a piece It Is worth theI subscription price ol The Herald simply to obtain the photographs I Worth its Weight in Gold says snflerers horn catorrh 01 UlyllI Cream Balm A trial size costs to centa Full size 50 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York AlbertLenMinn March 21 1911 Messrs Ely BroaI suffered from a severe cold in the bead ad wa about dead trout want of sleep I used your Cream Balm and woke up with a clear head and cold amort gone I would not take five dollars for my bottle of Cream Balm If I could not get another S K LAKSDALB 0 If you nro in need of upto date Stationery come to TUB REIuurIPAN ollice S a The Register of the Treastry is J W Lyon a colored man from Georgia Ills name lathe one seen on all the Treasury note vvhlch have been issued since 897 His term is at an end and be la up for reappointment One oi Roosevelts friends recently asked him if he favored the renomination of I Roosevelt This question was of I some significance as Lyon Is one ot j the most Influential colored men in the South Iou replied I do on one condition What Is that condition If Hanna is not a candidate II Hanna Is a candtd1I am for him and I dO not cdre whether I atn reap pointed or not When Roosevelt beard this be said I That Is the kind of a man I like I will reappoint him and be pleased j that he is in office 1 I i i 4 TOBACCO A CHEW SETTLES TROUBLE Squabble in Congress Ended by the Kentuckians Request of the Man Who Had Sought Ills Life Irankliri Pierce was Preildehtand the celebrated KansasNebraska bill and report of the Missouri com pro mise were agitating the political and public mind During the proeedlni the House of Representatives oothW subjects Mr Cutting denounced an attack nlode upon Northern members ol Congress which had appeared in the Administration Washington pa per and indirectly made an allusion which John C Breckinridge of Ken tucky thought was intended as a hit at him says the Times Words ensued between the two and Cutting twitted Breckinridce with securing hiii election to Congress by money raised in New York Breck inrldge uelthrr confessed nor denied the statement but asserted that he was the peer in every respect ofany- body the gentleman from New York Included whereupon Cutting accused Breckinridge of dodging and I skulking behind a certain Senate bit then uppermost in the public mindBreckinridge In a low and mean Ing tone said I ask the gentleman from New York to withdraw his last words Cutting arose in his seat and replied I will withdraw nothing What I have stated was In ans wer to what I regard as the most vlo lent personal attack ever mad upon a gentleman on the floor of the HouseBreckinridge looking Cutting full In the lace and speaking slowly and distinctly said When the gentleman says I skulk be say what is false and what he knows to be false Shouts ot Ordeil order came from many excited members Cutting said nothing for a moment or two Then he replied Calmly that he would not answer the insinuation 1pusebutEverybody felt assured from Cut tings determined manner that a duel was on the tapis and the Intimates of the two men used their best endeavors to get them pacified Cutting would listen to no forbearance on his part- Ite asked his friend Mr Maurice to carry a letter to Breckinridge to which the latter responded stating that My friend Col Hawkins will net for me in this matter Within three days Maurice for Cut ting and Hawkins for Breckinridge made all arrangements for a hostile meeting which was to take place near the residence of Francis P Blair about seven miles torn Washington at 3 oclock p atj and with the ordinary WrsUrn rifles The courage oi both was undoubted and they were fully determined to lace the issue But on the morning of the day ape pointed for the duel the friends of both men made simultaneous and ex ceedingly earnest efforts to bring abont a reconciliation They partial ly succeeded though no direct apologies passed between the two Repre sentatives Overtures looking to peace were mutually entertained an4 the duel witS postponed And while in this dubious state an utterly unex pected incident occurred of a ludicrous character but pregnant with good re suits The House was in session and both the member from New York and the member from Kentucky were In their respective places There was a divls Ion on a question and both gentle men passed between the tellers While in the net of voting they met each others almost face to face Breckinridge looked quizzically at Cutting Then in the old lamlllar style of address with which be had previous to their misunderstanding been accustomed to spent to his New York colleague he almost yelled out Cutting give me a chew oi tobac col Such a request under existing cir cumstances took the members of the House by storm Everybody who beard It was astonished beyond measure and then beyond measure amused and gratified As for Cutting he kept his counte Dance as if nothing unusual had happened and putting hla hand in his pocket he greet fully with a bow but wltnout a word banded Breckln ridge the then usual plug pf tobacco from which Breckinridge with a nod broke off a chew handed the bal ance back to Cutting who bowed again silently put the plug in his pocket and went back to his seat the graceful episode eliciting a loud clapping of hands by their repective friends That evening Brecklntldge returned the compliment of the chew of tobacco by inviting Cutting to a bottle of wine and there was never any sftsretrssble between Vine gentleman t i from New York and the gentlemanI from Kentucky Living Dead Men- The Younger brothers who were lib Crated from the Minnesota penitentia ry not long ago where they had been confined for a qhartrrnf a century for a number of bandit crimp have dis covered that while they are physically living they are legally dead This discovery was made by Jim Younger who though an old man end an ex convict was about to mtry a venture some lady when he wasanvfsed that he could not doao as he was Ir capable of making or entering into any contract Ablest ol lawyers thoroughly t investlgRted the case iJmTthe cnnclu jition strived at ia thatihe Ynnngers are legally deilianll they can not marry unless thiongh the Bllllldot Pardon No doubt the lady isa very charming woman But as the Bo trd of Pardon consists of a number of gen tlemen they tan not see their way clear to marrying her lor the purpose of accommodating an exprisoner Another curious feature of the case is that should the Younger brothers engage in any sort 01 business no money could be collected from then They can neither sue nor be sued marry or be given in marriage and while they are going about in robust health 1 end in reality very much Mllve they are legally as dead as door nails and unless they secure a pardon from the Governor they might as well go way back and sit down I The law has some curious turns and twists in it but it is a wonder that some able lawyer wllha fertile imagination does not apply to some I court for an injunction restraining pro pie from commenting on the pr marriage ol Mr Younger or posedI way interfering with it are becoming so numerous these days that no well regulated household should be without them and the good woman who is disturbed at night a snoring husband should have byI enjoyed The wouldbe Mrs Younger no I doubt looks upon her Jim as some hlng very fetching but in the eyes 61 the law he Is a dead oneCoui mercial Appeal Why not get ia line Yes it Is a pecliveO special rate jlj 33 for raud The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean for one full year Dont let it get away from you CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children TIN M YIN Havi Always Bright Bar the Slgntora of a Bun Fight at El Paso nI Paso Tex March aa Today before an audience of 56obAmerlcans Mtzzantlnl and Paatestwo 01I Spains famous bull fighters ought six bulls to death An hour before the fight opened the benches tatbei Pleas de Toros were well filled and visitors came from every section ofthe United States and Mexico to witness it The bulls were the most ferocious that could be obtained in this section and lovers of tbe sport were rewarded by the best fight that has ever takea place in the bull ring at Juarez which is but a five minutes ride from the American bound ry Pin of the bulls wete killed at a single thrust of the matadors lwordI Both bull fighters resplendant in gold lace bowed to the judges and stepped before the enraged animals and defied what seemed to tbe spec tators immediate death With heads lowered time and time again the enraged animals plunged at the matadors who skillully stepped Side enveloping the bulls horns lube large zarape the Only means of safety open to them The most disgusting spectacle was the killing ol the horses twelve being gored to death by the angry bulls The bulls were exceptionally fero cious and attacked the horses as alters as they appeared in the ring often times plunging their horns into their the sides full length Americans and Mexicans alike threw bats coatI and money at tbe fet of the troupe but Mszzatlnl and Puentes too proud to accept the money thrown to them allowed their hirelings to pick It up The two noted fighters are on their journey to Spain alter having filled a six month engagement at tbe City of Mulch Both have servants and attendants with them in their journey back to Spain s- Tile Upper Dog jasper I always smypathlze with the upper dog In a fight JuniptzppeV9u wean the under dog doutyou Jasper No I dont Some fool philanthropist is sure to come along ribs of the upper dos New York Pn r i f1 A PASTORWHO WAS EFRIE4DD BY AN EMPEROR SAVED BY PEU N Rev H Stnbenroll of Elkhorn WIII pastor of the Evangelical tberan St Johns Church of that place Rer Btonbenroll Is the possessor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany Upon the fly leaf of oneof the bible the Emperor has written lei his own handwriting a text Thl honored pastor in a recent letter to the P runs Medlclno Co of Columbus Oaiya concerning their famous catarrh remedy Peruna The Perunn Medicine Co Columbus 0 GeQtIcien I had hemorrhages ot the lungs for m long time and all despaired ot me I took Pcruna and was cured It gave me strength and courage and made healthy puN blood It Increased my weight gave me a heaHhy color and t feel well It Is the best medicine In the world It everyone kept Petunia In the house it would save many from death every year Yours very truly RRV H RTIIRPMII1L Thousands ofpeople hive catarrh who would be surprised to know It becaui U has been called some other name than catarrh The fact is catarrh Ii catarrh wherever located and another fact which Ii of equally great Importance is that Pernna cures catarrh wheretei located Catarrh laaAmerican disease rhil rporjto the discovery of Peruns catarrh was sjoasldsred well nigh Incurable Since BRYANS MOUTH William Jennings Tells a Couple of Good Stories on Himself William Jt Bryan was entertained at a smoker given by the New York Press Club recently It was the first times In several months that Mr Bryan has been a guest at any public gathering He touched upon his newspaper experiences snd also upon his last campaign and told several good stories He began with a story apropos ol the declaration that he bad defeated himself by talking too much I didnt tell this story in the cam paign he sald A man died in a town and no one knew him They took hIm to the morgue where a young man came In and said it was his lather He ordered handsome funeral The undertaker put the body in readiness for a fine burial and when all was prepared the son came in to take a farewell look Just then the corpses mouth fell open and a set ol lalse teeth rolled out Its not my father cried the joiing man IiTheed but it was no use He pulled the boiy out of the upholstered coffin remarking angrily You idiot you might have had a glorious burial it youdonly kept your mouth shut Well that story doesnt hurt my feel Ings now Im used to It My mouth has been a subject of criticism ever since I entered politics When I look In the glass I feel is toom for criticism I spoke thereI tbe campaign In a little Illinois In front of me sat a man tentive He drank in every word I I said I thing he hid drunk In some thing else besides When I finished became up and wrung my band Mr Bryan he said you are won derful You are the first man I ever saw whose back teeth I could see all the time he was speaking a Bold Lover Exposed In good old Shaker Bend they al ways do things a little bit diflerent than In other localities but the actions ol a young beau down there caps any thing we ever heard of in the calling line Thlayoung man desired to call on a young lady but could find no one to take the note requesting the pleasure of spending that evening with her So he blacked bis face and went to the home pJ his Inamorata and rang the hell The girls mother responded and told him to go to the kitchen and warm while awaiting an answer He did so1 but forgetting n the Introduction of Peruna to the medical profession thousands ot cases arq cured annually Mr JV Jj8raltb awielMtnown grocer of Port IIuronJHch Writes Uny following your Instructions and taking Pernna and Manilla I am cured of catarrh I had catarrh for twelve year and quite a bad cough so I could not sleep nights I do not have any cough now and If Ifctl anything intho throat I take a swallow of Pcruna and I am alrlght WD Sm thIhimself removed his hat Alter he left the cook Informed the lady that that was a queer looking wan that he had a black mans face and a white mans hair The note be carried away informed him that j the lady had an engagement but would be glad to see him the following evening and he scrubbed up and made the call The cooks suspicion led to it quiry that exposed the bold lover Danville Advocate I A Profitable Acre Mr Graham Brown ol Falcon de livered a loid bf tobacco to LewUpurt on Monday which when you consider the amount of ground on which it was raisedwas a valuable one says the ilawesvllle Clarion The tobacco was of the white burley variety and produced on one acre of ground The loadweighedout 1710 pounds and brought Mr Brown 97 40 He esti mates the ground rent culture and everything that entered into the making of tobacco to be not more than I fa o iSo you can see by this that these Is money In tobacco It you raise the I right kind Mr Brown generally taises this kind p Plain Talk Very Plain This talk about the consent of the governed iwhen you get to the bottom of it mostly rubbtsh We people of the South for instance who have for years been cheating niggers at lections and kept it up until we occluded that it was cheaper to dis franchise them by legal enactment now shed crocodile tears on account oi the woes of the Filipinos nnd cry aloud that all just government derives its authoity from the consent of the governed Roll The South didnt consent to thegov eminent that it got for several years liter the Civil War The Southern niggers are not consenting to hegov ernment they are getting now We talk about the consent of the governedand taxation without repre sentation whin these arguments run our way but we forgot how often these prlncipes have been violated in our own cOuntr with our 11ORot Charlotte K C ObservcrI I IoltMlad your own business one I mix this with a little Charity for others and two or three sprigs of Keep yourjongue between your teeth simmer them together in a vessel called Circumspection for a short time and it will be fit for use Application The symptoms are a vio Suffered Eirteca TtariI P P Cording JJllbnin Nriisaa abeabflfteeapatent medicines and diug rrcom butfoundgltovUar U now than I have been fir yearfrviiltlU keep using your great medicine w d am otbmea4fttoallsutrCrels oFOcrdlng reruna Tho ka wm JtSfld7vp n i afBHLSUeet no crpst plcanuro oifefttUjC tV t1a ai YiU of Peruna as a rcmrd for catarrh I phioninnasaltreatment during which tIns I wed seven bottles of iPdrnna tam pleased to say tljatI am entirety telthjrfj elai eUPornuaremedy known for catarrhv cbas H Stevens L AQIctcd Since Childhood UtCaUrrh Air Klbcrt Si Klcbard Milton Cone tIale and have from childhood oeen afflfcted ivlll catanb Iothe bead a dtort epu fnnr or Oreyear been much afflicted with It In my eye j they being waerynonl ktogethsrindescribed Inyour lmanae that I decided to try Ieruna 4 I am thankful to say that Inor eon elder myself entirely free from catarrh and only use Peruna occasionally DOW aa a tonic Accept my sincere thanks for 11111rclIy besa using Peruna for a number of week for catarrh In the head and has obtabed great rellefElbert S Richard Catarrh Thirty Teari- Mr Andrew Barrett 010 2T KldxU Aver Chlcagq lllVrrite t i piaalfet4t4Ufytofor catarrh as your Pernna J had frTdagreeablosocalled retnocllc4 but untiL timed Pe tuna none had the deilrc effect c I havo been connected with tha thiputtwentyeight recommend Pernna to anyqaeriafftrlai from catarrh Andrew Datfett tllfacwrYreaultllwrite at once to Dri Harbbah tr K a full statement of your case and he will be plea edto cl iOftltU4F li abU a4i vice gratis a AddroMt Dr Hartman J eatdeatiol The Uartman Sanitarium ColumbM Ohio lent itching in the ton neand roof ol the mouth which invariable takes i1 plice whrn you are in connpany wilh rpWhentake a teaspoonful of the mVxtnre hold it in your mouth which you1 will keep closely shut till you get tbme and you will find a complete ere Should j ou apprehend a relapse keep a mall bottle lull aboutyou and on the slightest symptom repeat the loPe Er t OverWork vcnk itjfYour Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impur Bleed All the blood Ip your body pissei iJ uch your kidneys once every three minutes on In yewblood Iter out the Waits or In the blood If they stoIc or out ef order to i PalnsacheundrbelJoomausm cssscf urlffacldlnjh InI 4Awn w W1kidney trouble adyhearlthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping hick kidney blood through veins and arteries It used to be that only urinary ysbnlall constitutional diseases have thCr begin ning In kidney trouble 3 nombtaksbyKlIlIersSWlUflpsoon realized It stands the highest for Us cures ol the most cUes and Is sold Its merits by all druggists fifty centand onedollar sizes You may have a Impurities we IheyraU da their workJ A poisoned considered wonderful dlslrCSln sample bottle by mallI1mt5Bootfree also pamphlet telling hoW to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this when writing Dr Kilmer Co Inghimton N Y URIBR J RIAL 2 TIMES A WEEK lQ4Timesa Year1 lpJulJnfuUnited HtBtM lor Dtmoerute sad lor AM runJri It ii the equal ol many DalllM ant th ippf riot ot all atrr SmlWf kllr or WrtUt Jlonry Wniirmon Editor Tile Wedowday1 lwa U dofottl to MRWB n TTKKNth Saturday Luu h devilled te the hOME s mpi copiM nDttrr ui af1u cation Addrw TUB VOVHlKHJntlH- JtAICOLoorl Tlll Ky Uypetfatanangetnent yoa ran lbltVUIILIVAN und th TWIC AW KCK IOUltrrlUIUIJIIXAI both QU yta rf tor only 813P t Thta U for CII h nbicrlpUon oatr AU Mb rriptlon vniltr tbj conblattloa oats i Isi ho Kit fkrbt kl Tlio KoMUbllrxa nfflM ta = J Hartford Republican livid ttttntb tu Hatitottr Coneopood Wind 1 Hartford postoffiCi is SKondclassmiil matter =2ccct c Cxmt cJmCh 2t1vr JOHN IIERY T1IOMAN Eilllor FRIDAYS MARCH 28 CECIL RHODES the great diamond king and English leader in South Africa is dead at Cape Town flow long 0 how long will Demo e aspirants seek at tho bar offices denied them at the ballot box ON the 20lh day of May Cuba will take her place in the great family of free and independent nations MR GEO W Loxoof Leitchnelil M being favorably mentioned for the Republican nomination for Governor WAnToN GOLDEN the royalarch informer of Goebel conspiracy noto riety is said to be dying of consump tion in New Mexico A dispatch from Hawesville where Circuit Court is in session states that the Commonwealth is still drunkI Herald please copyIBrayoleof 137 to 127 in the House of Representatives Tuesday McKenzieMoss was declared the duly elected member of that body for the third district of Kentucky John 8 Rhca was unseatedICmtiSTiAN NELSON railroad contractor and horseman of everywhere in general and nowhere in particular is in jail at St Joseph Mo cbargI e3e with bigamy His thirteenth wife is the complainant Sco ers at the unlucky number bow eITHE failure of the recent legislature to make an adequate appropria tion for Kentuckys representation at the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year measures the narrowness of theI States Representatives in that bodyI The press of Kentucky should hastenj to assure the outside world that the State hasbeen misrepresented by its RepreentativeeiTilE miners and operators have been in convention at Central City since Mopday but have not yet been able to reach an agreement The miners are demanding an increase 6f 10 per cent which the operators declare they are unable to pay There iaJittle prospect of an agreement be ing reached anda strike in district No 23 is imminent Toe Democratic majority of the recent legislature stole a march on the minority and by the art of the reading clerk got through a bill mak log the purchase of votes easier byI means of a certificate of registration in cities down to the fifthclass Some body stole the bill before it gut to theI Governor and the CourierJournal is threatening the thief with theI Franklin county grand jury The old storyof the place of fire and brimstone is a tame one to awe with compared to the vengeance of a Franklin county grand jury and the thief should Teas up and be hung ExPiiEsiDENT Cleveland in a let ter to Mississippi editor recently said The time is fast approaching when our grand old party will shake oil the dreadful dreams that have af flicted it and fight again the battles of old time Democracy Mr Bryan regarding himself the ghost of the dreams referred to rejoins What were these nightmares that disturbed his sleep Then was just onethe repudiation of hia administration byI an indignant Democracy The re pudiation of Mr Bryan by an indig nant country will probably recur toI Mr Cleveland Anyhow Cleveland was the only Democrat elected to the Presidency in the last half a century Head= acheSick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgicf headache catarrhal headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds arc quickly and surely cured withh DR MILESt Pain PillsSAlso all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr Milts Pain Pills are worth their dmencured wile of chronic headache when nothlnc else wouldIJ bpalnultout a everyone I should keep them One or twotpills taken on approach of prevent It every timeaThrough their use thousands of people have been enabled to at tendsocia1and religious func tions travel enjoy amusements etc with comfort As aprevent ative when taken on the ap proach of a recurring attackcthey Arc excellentw 1125DOf Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind L w L weLacqqqiptd vino healer it iqdcpd a novelty However we have one in the person of Mr Eli Howard of Select Mr Howard ii an honest old farmer formerly of Butler county and is a member of the Baptist church He is sixty years old and began to prac tice the divine art of healing tbe sick a couple of years ago MrI Howard drupped in to see us Wednes day and told us some interesting talcs of the application of his art His charges are very reasonable and his cures very certain if the patient is not too far gone Mr Howard does absent healing with promptness and dispatch and oil one occasion shook the rocking chair in which a patient was sitting when the patient and rocking chair were four miles away Ve recommend him to those needing healing GOOD FRIDAY There was born of humble parentage a little over nineteen hundred years ago in the obscure village of Bethlehem a babe destined to im press his character upon a world for all time His infancy was not BO far we know unlike that of other children yet in the third ofa centu that he lived among men he builded monument that at the die tance of nineteen centuries still towers above the mountains summit and the mldnighLpall To believe that this Son of God was but a man is to believe that he was a God A man who thus transcends the work of man Isnot a man meas ured by whas man knows of man No other manIf man he waahaaI ever been enthroned for the adoration- of a world then let us call him God Good Fridaywhy call that day good upon which the Son of God died so sorrowful a death It is because of the goodness of that God who sitting upon a throne with power to crush worlds as easily as He had created them allowed his Son to be nailed by wicked hands to the malefactors cross for the sins of a loet world This day is the roost solemn of all the year because it commemo ates the death of a God Tomorrow s hallowed by his repose in the tomb and Sunday glorious because of His x resurrection OAST niABun the The Kind You Han Always Soztt 81110r CI As Yet Undecided The numerous friends of Rev Jo B Rogers in the city were much sut prised Friday to learn that he had re calved a call from Decatur to accept the position of assistant pastor to Dr Bowyer in that city The loss of Mr Rogers to Moweaqua would almost amount to a public calamity He l- an earnest and zealous pastor and a hustling enterprising citizen truly a leader among men and a pure whole souled and thorough gentleman The CallMall sincerely trusts that he may decide to remain with us as Mowea qua can ill aflord to lose such a citi zinRev Rogers tells us that he Is as yet undecided as to acceptance of the callMoweaqua Ill CallMall CASTOnXABears the itt Kind You Haw Always Bought BIlIItuefI Gods Creation In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth and alter a reasonable length of time had elapsed he created the editor and the liberal advertiser and the prompt paying subscriber all of which work was ex ceedingly good The next day it snowed and he moulded a man who does not believe In advertising and one who does not take his county paper then he rested from his work and the devil sneaked into the moulding room and made the man who takes the pa per for years and then refuses to pay for it although he well knows the editor of this same paper is subsisting- on sassafras root tea and corn bread and his numerous offspring have not enough wearing apparel to make a necktie for a June bug After he hadI completed this lamentable job there were a few lumps left and he fashioned that something in the form of a man who settles the arrearages due the overworked editor by instructing the postmaster to mark his paper re- fusedtoEx SULPHUR SPRINGS KY March aGMrs Ruth Bean who as been sick for two weeks la able o be out again Mr and Mrs Geo Abrams spent night with Mrs Hamilton Mrs Abrams mother Mrs Ida Bean has been visiting her parents nt Owensboro the past week Mr Webster Cate has gone to Hen erson on legal business- People are generally busy some gardens some burning plant eds some sowing oats others plow ng and still others are getting ready o clear up some ground to cultivate nd so it goes every fellow to him selfThe meeting now In progress ata Mt Vernon is moving nicely and the prospects are that there will be a e good meeting nevertheless farmers are busy bat those wanting to go to can always find a chance like ise those not wanting to go can al ays find an excuse even if they ave to make It Master CDewey Beau the little son YS60 Breath A bad brg means a bad stomach a bad digestion aj bad liver Aycrs are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dysI pepsia headache 2Se All dwgglati 1ourmoiuuche or bari a beautiful I fcrowaotrlehbUckT Tbn q- BUCKINGHAMS I DYE1I1JIt r OV4MT1 a p of RK and Ida Bean has been at his grandparents Mr and Mrs Noble Bean the past week The children of Mr Ed Bowers who have been sick of scarlet fever are now well Born to the wife ol Mr las Dai lard on the 21st a boy- S WATKINS Notice All persons having claims against the estate of W A Sandefur deceas ed will present the same to me properly proven on or before June 2 1902 or they will be forever barred This March it 1902 W F SANDEFOR Admr of W A Sandefur 344t Cromwell Ky Stores To Combine BeaVer Dam Ky March 24 S P Taylor of the firm of Taylor Hunt has purchased the Interest of Mr limit and Mr Taylor and Stewart Leach have combined their stocks of general merchadlse the firm name being Stewart Taylor Leach The new firm is composed of three reliable and popular men and will carry abonti2ooo worth of goods It will probably be incorporated later H D Hunt has sold his two story brick block consisting of three store rooms 25x80 feet and a seven room dwelling to Williams Jarnagin The consideration was about 5000 eq- A Cardinals Salary The Rev John T Whelan pastor of a church In Baltimore has given an expression of his views as to the charges of ambition and avarice being the ruling vices of the clergy in the Catholic church He says lOA priest is assigned to his posi tion by the bishop The question of salary has no place in the appoint ment Salaries of 2ooo13ooo4ooo or5oooarenotnncommonamongoth er churches I wonder how many peo pIe ate awate that the head of the ptlmatal see In the United States Cardinal Gibbonsreceives only icon a year But of course he has house rent free and other perquisites Thousands of Catholics are under the care of the Redemptionists Pas sionists Benedictines or Jesuits The members of those orders receive no salary at all for their services to If Bather Weaver has not strolled too far away from Frankfott and that dormant indictment for perjury maybe he could testify that he saw some Republican swipe the Farris Brib cry Bill Poor What Golden is tco sick to help in this emergency Commercial a On account Confederate Reunion Dallas Texas April 22nd to 25th round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Dallas at rate of 1630 for round trlb Tickets on sale April 18 19 and 20 limited to return 30 An extension may be obtained until May 15 1932 upon payment o fee of 50 cents S A VANMFTKR Agent r Bold Attempt to Rob a Safe Rporla Kan lar26Two mask ed men made a bold attempt early to day to rob the safe ofthe Hotel Whit ley In the heart of the city They entered the lobby by two different doors and each with two revolvers raised compelled Paul Vickery a clerk Jesse Reeves a porter and W P Sullivan a traveling man to throw up their hands Sullivan was ordered to throw his cash on the floor and he immediately delivered 50 in cash Then he and the pcrtr were placed in a cloakroom and the key turned The robbers were unable to open the safe and fled e a Quickly Lynched a Negro Brute La Junta Cal Match 26Wash ington H Wallace a Pullman car porter charged with criminalassault on Mrs Henrietta H Miller aged slxtysevcn years was lynched shortly after 8 oclock last night by n mob The negro was taken from Sherlflr Farrln at Fowler sixteen miles of here The prisoner was identified by Mrs Miller as the man who assaulted her May Avert It New York March 26 The conference of Mine Workers and the Civic Federation adjourned at Ip m and Senator Hanna made the following statement Although we have been together- or two hours and a half I really have not much to say We have talked with the representatives of the miners and got at merely what their desires re We dont anticipate trouble and the best of spirit was manifest d here today So as to get further Information and If possible get into communication with the other side the operators a subcommittee of three was appointed which will re port back to the Industrial depart tnent of the National Civic Federation tomorrw morning at 1030 clock J = = r7 r HE IS INNOCENT Jim Ewing Inows Nothing or Denzil Owens Murder I The officers ant people ol Calhoon have become convinced tbnt James Ewing the man who was attested for the murder of Denzil Owen at Liver more some time ago not only did not commit the crime but that he knows nothing whatever about it When Ewing was arrested by Alexander Jones on the latters store boat at the mouth of Pond tlvcr he was suffering from delirura tremens superinduced It is said by the blind tiger whisky that Jones had sold him In his nervous state the accusation nude by Jones frightened him ont ol his wits and he says that he would have con Tested anything That his tenors were Imaginary is shown by the fact that he was In mortal fear of United States marshals who would not have arrested him for the crime of murder Ewing says that he was at Spoils ville on the night that the murder was committed and that he did not hear of it for some time He had worked hit way up the river as fr as Jones boat and had not been above that point He has sobered up since he has been In jail and there Is no doubt of hit ability to prove an alibi Ewing has sworn out a warrant for Jones for selling him whisky without license and he will be arrested at once Jones has been tunning a store boat fot tome time He keeps grocer les and a few dry goods anti a small supply of a very bad quality liquor Swing will remain in jail Until circuit court when it is believed that the grand jury will fall to Indict him How to Cure the Grip Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as dl rected and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in pneu monia which is really the only ser loris danger Among the tens of thousands who have used It for the grip not one case has ever been re ported that did not recover For sale by all druggists m King Edwards Oak There are probably very Jew persons in New York who are aware of the fact that in Central Park stands an oak which was planted by King Ed ward VII of England This interesting tree stands on the west side of the Mall near the bronze statue oil the Eagles and Goat It was planted by the King more than years ago when as the young Prince of Wales he made his first and only visit to this country The royal tree is in an excellent state of preservation although it ii crooked and stunted in growth ce spite the particular care which the Park gardeners have devoted to it La Grippe Quickly Curod In the winter of 1893 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what la called Li Grippe says F L Hewett a prominent druggist I Winfield III The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remeby It broke up the cold and stopped the coughjng like magic and I have never since been troubled with Grippe Chamber lains Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward off any threatened attack pneumotia It is pleasant to 1take too which makes it the most populnfIor sale by all drnggibts in Made a Confession Milwaukee Wis March 24A special to the Sentinel ham Baraboo WIs says Jacob Steinman who was taken to Waupen Saturday for burg lary confessed to Sherifi Stackhonse that he was an anarchist and was present at the lodge meeting when Czol gosz was selected to assassinate Pies ident McKinley and that he was the person who tred the handkerchief over the band of Czolgosz just before the shooting He further said a wellknown wo man was one of the principal Insllea tors of the crim- ePnoumonlacan be Prevented This disease always results from a cold or an attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely usffpf Chamberlains Cough Remedy Thlfc remedy was extensively used during the epidemics of la grippe of the past few years and not a single case has ever been reported that did not recover or that resulted In pneumonia which shows it to be a certain preven tive ol that dangerous disease For sale by all druggists m Date Changed Washington March 25MIy 20 1902 is the new date fixed for the turning over of the Island of Cuba to peopleThe of date was made withI the full approval of Presldentelect Palma and his advisers Senors Tam am and Qtesada who were with him at the War Department today 10nferrl ing with Secretary Root and Gov WoodIPresident Palma will be lnangur1t ed the same day that American con trol ol the island ceases Gen Wood immediately upon his return to Cuba will issue a call for the convening of the Cuban Congress in session May 10 It was also determined that there should be no half way evacuation of the island the entire United States continent civil and militiryv will be removed from the island not even 73oiJiiJ = 7L SonofitLAA W- nttendantShorrors th t my children Scrotum with nU Its humiliation and suffering This is n strange legacy to leave to posterity n heavy burden to youngThisbody and hinders the growth and development Of the faculties and the parentageisScrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged elands qr tumors about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin different of the thi presence of tubercular or scrofulous maticrhi tllebioOd This dangerous and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a bodyS and tonic properties and is guaran flnflhfnhl A 4I1 o b 44 all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a and improvesthe lthycolorandhelpskin diseases free TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga leaving n corporals guard ot United Slates soldiers in any of the camps This however does not apply to coast defenses at several points lathe IslandsIf program Is not executed it will be for the sole reason that the Cubans themselves through their au thorUed officers shall request that the departure of the United States troops be delayed for a time An exchange a =this continent on Easter gifts It IS the eotlcct thing to send the due of your thoughts a remembrance On Raster Sunday If you are a Wan you will probably send a bunch of Violets or aI daintily decorated box of candy Should you be of the gentler sex you will send a handpainted Easter egg tied with baby ribbon It will be an evidence of reckless prodigality to make gifts of eggs since an eggtess Easter is staring the county in the face If you own an egg n tiny watercolor sketch will be the most ash ionable decoration- There ItIis more catarrh in this sec dllseasesyears was supposed to ble For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be n constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hails Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally in poofulImu cans surfaces of the system They offeted one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure Send for circa late and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 755 Halls Family Pills tire the best Berries Are Coming- It is expected that this year there will be one of the largest strawberry and vegetable crops every known in the South Early vegetables are al ready being sent to market and straw berries are in bloom in the truck farming belt of Mississippi Straw berries It is announced will be start ed north from Northern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi next week Reports carefully gathered front principal fruit and vegetable centers seem to Indicate that there has been consid arabIa increase in tire acreage this HOWEAND CHILDDoes your horse feel his oats What a difference be tween tIle grainfed and the grassfed horse I The first strongand full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feeding makes the difference Children nrc not alike either One is rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another is pale weak and dull The feed ing again is responsible specialfeedoats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet It is like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion 11 Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a trongI medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin i ones and red blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scntf Rmlll inn mt1oEC nrtl nary food do its dutyrThis picture represents ItEmuLilon SCOTT IiOVNEd 469 Pearl St New YOlk Sac and l all drucgUu r4 I i year and while the Reason Is some what backward a prosperous years business IB expected The exptess companies are getting things I shape and putting on extra men handle the large business They ex pect the best business In the straw berry line thUytsr ofmany years pre vloas v 4 John Url tiloytt knows as much at CateS H4 much about his native state as any man living and when t wtlteaonKentuckylshedota In tiIe April number of Leslies Monthly Ii speaks with authority as well as af tectidn Kentucky and Kentuckians ol the present period and ol the past war time when the itate sent so many men to the armies on both aides having Inspired him again In this article Into creating some oi ii most charming wotk- Horsewhipped the Mayor Topeka Kun March 34Mu Blanche Boise a protege of Mrs Ni- tion horsewhipped Mayor Parker in his office at the city building today Three times she slashed the Mayor and them he sprang at her grasped her by the throat choked her tote the rawhide out ol her hand anil pushed her into the ball As Miss Boise was thrust out c the offices by Mayor Parker she exclaimed Thank God Ive done It Ive horsewhipped you and now I am going to horsewhip the Governor Before beginning herhotsewhlpplng Miss Bosie gave the Mayor a severe scolding and accused him of being te sposible for the fact that the joints are running openly in Topeka and for the recent murder which was committed in a saloon She then pulled the borrewhp from the folds of her dress and Struck the Mayor three times actors the head ami shouldej Miss Boise Isa nurse by profession She is about th lttyfi ve years ot ago Census Supplies Delayed Praukfort Ky March 20 1912 To the Connty Supt The delay in shipping the census supplies is due to the fAct thnt the blank paper for the printing was lost in shipping and has not reached the printer As soon as it is received the supplies will be printed nnd shipped to you I regret the clay very much but It is unavoidable H V McCitnSNFv Supt of Public Instruct- ionTthpanum rlaDQ AND Telegraph COMPANY IKCORPORATHI tollllrlCInconnected by its Lmg Distant line thlrtyfiveSt8tesan exchange inllaitfnrd and tumund lug country They wish to make thel service as comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a specialty livingIndistance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drugstore KyC Manager C THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrUeaWeek EdltionAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Thtf rraldfntlnl ciunpnlfni Ii over bit tkt wotti BOM on Just the some and It Ii full olntwi To learn thU ntvi Jut u It U prompt no- lzqutrtlaflynlltbatjotjba tu do lab look 01IIBfrllwr KX1 tlmr nrrar pubIIher100wTtellion price I only 5100 per year wi oB r thl nneqnaled lie rId Tic lUrCBLiciH to ether one year Ppree 04 ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ixconroxiTm Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks you can buy your own phones nd build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun y and business points generally by nly paying a reasonable rent to the ROI1JhRivfrTelephone Company or hey beRtthe whole expense Ji nu say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Ky i Pj i New Things in Spring Goods AT fIlE Economy Dry Goods Store Dress Goods Our Now Spring Dress Goods are just rolling in pud this is tho place to find everything you want from a neat calico dress to tim finest silk All the newest uptodatothinf r Ladies Misses and children Vnh Fabrics in tho latest designs Clothing I Also a fino lino nt Clothing just received New Hats now Whirls new Ncckwhrc iiww Hosiery in fact overythirig to bo found in ft firstclass peats Furnishing Department Tho t toIn1cstatyles nt Economy prices 4 Fine Shoes p IdOurShoo Department wns neWel more com pldte Wo can give you any size style or IttJilcc For early spring drcwy wear nsk to ItLa fine of Mens Patent Vic niul Misses nnd Childrens Shoes Notions Etc IsInour Notion Department you i will find tho newest things in the way of Belt Brooch p Pins Hair Ornaments Belt Pins reliable Jew ISelr Etc We sell the W B Corset and it is i the best fitting Corset made Millinery Our Millinery Department is strictly upto Ifelnte All the newest things to ho found Timmed Hats to suit everybody young and old Como and seo our Millinery and you will find just what you look best in at prices to suit everybody t Iml nil mih R T COLLINS OLD STAND i 1 riftREADY FOR THE RUSH 41 Wo are now on hand and are receiving everys 4sday one of the largest and most elegant stocks of Dry Goods ever brought to this section of Country 1his stockcomprises everything that is and 02fior before both as to room and location to servo tho trading public Wo are confident that wo know how to buy good goods sons to sell them cheap anti we Hatter ourselves that the present purchase bents anything for worth and chcayncss f 1that wohaVo over yet offered the public Wo car inIrI Ladies Fine Dress Goods I Fine Clothing All Sizes The Latest Wash Fabrics Shoes to Please Everybody I Hats a Most Elegant Line I Mattings Carpets Trunks Besides these special lines we have a largo and 44 splendid array of Ladies ahd Gents Furnishing Goods All these goods have boon bought with up4Qdato4ithe advantage in dealing with us we just want you to compare our goods and prices with those found elsewhere and note the difference in your favor iWe know tho Bussness and we also know how to give BARGAINS which wo are do ing all tile time Everyday is an opening day tyourCountrys7trade tSitBACH H rt144t- I t 1 i 4 4 I 4 I r- I we 1 L r Icr trt rt f Y j I I i v 1111 I I NOrsooI j f CATCHES SIMPLY j 4 I I t For Least Money I I I ALWAYS ATE I JitI a You Should Seta Before BUylhfif Our WHITE GOODS our EMBROIDERIES our WASH GOODSour SILKS our WOOLEN DRESS GOODS our MILLINERY our HOSIERY our UNDERWEAR opr MELTS t1 i our SLIPPERS In fact LINEtOf NEW SPRING GOODS I P to Every Department is brimful of BIG lBARGAINS Visit us Wo arc euro to please you in I I A oompleto lino of McCall Patterns Mr shown at our Pattern counter Price lOo i Magi the per year 1 REMEMBER THE PLACE THE I i GREAT BARGAINGIVERS I sCt1 I I tf 44 4 1M44r444I the 4444444a him T t Hartford Republican 4ttoPRIDAY MARCH 18 aitn-w0obk atop 9w tau wa br db Ti N f y- I Call on Carunn Bros for groceries Call onCarson Bros for teed pots toes County Attorney Barnes Is able to be out again Hitching tam tree at B B Colllni Cou stable Mr H A Stow of Paradise wu in town Tuesday Efq W A Rone Centertown was In town Wednesday Mr T W Barrett Barretts Ferry was among our caller Monday Burn to the wile ol Mr A M Barnett Tuesday night a fine girl C R Martin jeweler and watch maker at Williams drug store 1 t Mr L E Reneer Centertown paid t us a pleasant visit Wednesday f Mr L A W Carson of Heflln was among our visitors Tuesday A f Bargain days at our store six days CottheErt fHartford Kv iDont forget to come and look at the pretty things in our Millinery de partment lists to suit every one t Prlceltoek bottom s CARSON C- oCoughed i I 11 I had a most stubborn couth for many years It deprived me- or sleep few Ith- en tried Ayers ChernPectoral and was quickly R Pall Mills Tenn i Sixty years of lures f and such testimony the above have taught us Ayer s Cherry Pectoral will do We Know Its the great est cough remedy ever1 1 y I made And you say so too after try It Therescur lneverydrop Tara Slut nc Me U lII dspi M newer robs eewr r kt Nte ems It- I taw do u tall Jr ks pll N- to ark u then don t Ib I B tabor rtl i111TnsW4nUrr- aNis A J j 4 h ey1 Mr G B likens went te Ca vllle Wednesday on legal business Mine Edna Griffin who was in Lonlavllle last week came home Monday We had your comfort in mind when ebdnght our spring hlrtajot to CABSON Co HaveR T Collins make you a new suit for Easter See samples at cold storage plant v Esq G S Pnshugh of dee wu a pleasant visitor at this office Wednesday Mr Gus St Clair her sold his farm near Olaton to James and John Cook eey tar fiooo IppolntedDeputy district Monday wanted all your produceat the highest market price CARSON Co Mr W S Cole of Hone Branch qualified as Police Judge of that new made city Tuesday Mrs M L Heavrin was sick the first of the week but is very much improved at present Mr Jesse of the firm ot TJ Turley Co wept to Owensboro Sunday and returned Monday Call on A Co Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky forsptclal bargains in Buggies and Wagons Our lineal Woolen Carpets are beauties Come and see CARSON Co Mrs M B Smith of Owensboro is visiting her daughter Mrs J F Vlckeii here thlweelcICarson Bros have moved Jnto their new store second door from Dank of Hartford can and see them We have hats to please the young men that know whats what CABSON Co Wagons Bngget haetona Surrlea and aU other kinds of vehicles for sale by A Co Taylor Hartford Ky Ladle our new spring hats are here for Easter Come and get yours CARSON Co It is reported that another bank will be established at Beaver Dam come time daring the present year Wedding Suits a specialty Made to your order guaranteed to fit R T COZUNS Tailors Agt Mr Chester Lyons who la attend lug Hartford College visited his per enta at Horse Branch Saturday and Sunday Mewrt Basil Stewart J R leer W NIillerand ST Leach Manda Ky were callers at Tits Rsruf ticAtf office Monday J a z City Restaurant j Everything good to eat at City Res taurant Gross Williams will sell you a tew ing machine from E5 up Mr Clarence Smith of Fordsville has moved to Louisville Nicest line of fancy goods in liar ford at City Restaurant Mr Charlie eynolds ot 1ordsvllle Is sick of typhoid lever Judge and Mrs R R Wedding gave 111 1 pleasant call yesterday Mr Clark Everley Malaccas entered Hartford College MondayI UK only Singer Machine Oil Rose WILLIAMS Agt Biq W P Render MaUttis ltd to see us while la tows yesterday Oran Wllllirai handles all kind of sewlofc micblna repairs See him Mr W H Hlll of CentsrtowD w eetoo plMiint callier it this office Wed nesdsy Miss Gina WesterBeld Of Pleasant Ridge is visiting relatives in town this week Mr J W James of Baizetown b- pa a music school at Rains Wedc nesdsy night Can on Carson Bros at their new store and be snplled with the best the market affords Orln es LemonsBananaa Apples ol Pigs Raisins and Cocoanuts at City Restaurant Attorney Ernest Woodward will goa a week with his parenJsJJMr Jno D BabbagH editor of the Breckenridge hews Cloverport wasIalld Fordsville lit SaturdaybMiss Nonla little daughter of and Mrs CoJ Rhoads has a severe attack of pneumonia Mr J W Gardiner representing Childrens Home Society o Louisville way In town Sunday II your Kid trouble yon try ours Firstclass Kt9 Gloves 7Sc to 100 CARSON Co Our Easter Neckwear is so handsome you can hardly tell which todl choose CARSON lit Co For Spring we have skimmed the cream from the products of Haber daahery CARSON Cohi Come and look at our IlIksproB ducts of the allkworma brainUCARSON CoSI Gross Wlllltms Is still agent for the worderful Singer Sewing Machine best on earth See or write to all Mr Thomas Bull Louisville is spending a few daya with his brother Inlaw Judge It R Wedding this week Mr Green Woods his sold his farmC near Horse Branch to Mr Owen son and will move to Leltchfield this spring T J Turley Co are mtviog their large stock of farming imple ments etc into their new building today Rev Rudolph C Ruff of Central but City celebrated low mass at the rtslex dence of Mr Louis Gunther Tuesday morningcaGross Williams has changed the name ol his widely known business house from Singer Office to City Restaurant Mr J W Landruni of Spring Lick moved to Roslne yesterday where he expects to engage in the saloon business Prof E W Patterson has resigned his position as tracher in Hartford and will in schoolwork elsewhereItMr Rev Albert J Maddox will be or p1lIterat Weat Providence chur hGR T Collins the tailors agent will make your new spring suit or pants and guarantee a fit See sam plea at hla cold storage plant Mr Wilburn Tlnsley has bought Jno R Phlpps large stock ol bard I wire and moved It into the house reo cently vacated by Carson Co Mr Co M Pendleton of Cincinnati was in the city the first of the week Pendleton is locat ty aslugMisses Ora Barnett Nina Bennett pie and Mrs Virgil Sanderfnr ot the No Creek neighbdrhco were pleasant callers at this office rest Saturday a Mrs Belle PI Berry man who has spent the wlntr here with her sister Mrs A P Stanley returned to buw home at Ltwrencebnrg this week Attorney C E Smith attended an in entertainment at Mr J C Taylors near Matanns last Saturday even lug and reports a very pleasant time of Telephone ni your orders Free delivery Rough River phone No 63 Cumberland 103nCARSON Co c The choicest Groceries are found at g out store Prices veryjow Free delivery to any part of togtnCARSON Co Snperlntendet is i town again after bending a few day tt Trlsler where he was called to see his brother Charlie who had peen monia fever but IB now much 1m proved as T Cot C M Barnett went to Louis ville Wednesday Mr Joel Ulmore Westeifield call 1 ed to see us while In town yesterday Sheriff Cal P Keown moved yester day into the property recently purchased by him from Dire Carrie Will lams Mrs J 15 Davidson who has been spending several weeks with her parents near Horse Branch came home Monday Mr Claudia Render who has bee attending Hartford College for the past eight months her accepted po sltion with Rowe Motion Center town Easter is the day we lay the old aside and put on the new We are 1ready for you Any thing in clothing and gents furnishings esCAReox Co Mr Wm B Doss and Mrs Cather Baldwin were married at BeaverI Dam yesterday The groom Is tytwo years old and the bride is sift tyona TUB RkrtJDLlCAW wishes them a long end happy life For your new spring suit see R T Collins at his cold storage plant He tailormadechouses in the country ami will give you a perfect fit at a most reasonable All work strictly BrltclassSCounty Attorney Tom Underwood Glasgow Barren county was in town this week Mr Underwoods politics is not of our liking but we not surprised that iris atorp tell caught the honest yoemanry of Capt JnoG Keowna smoke house coal house burned yesterday 10 oclock The loss on the- uildings about 50 Capt Kcownd had about f50 worth of meat smoke house and but little of it was saved Origin of the firethe old story of smoking must rList of letters remaining uncalled for in the Hartford postoffice Miss Rena Vance Miss Minnie Voln Miss Annie M Littleton Mrs Cora Banks Mrs S A Chapman Mr Claude Bitdorf T W Thompson One cent G on all advertised letters WOOD TINSLBY P M The little son ol Mr Albert MurrI phy of the Jingo neighborhood who been very sick for several dayII was operated on last Sunday by Drs ofW Ford and S J Wedding of L plat and Dr Miller of Sulphur At leaf accounts the little ofboy was getting along reasonably wellISuccess in the past guarantees that tailormade work done by R T tic Collins will be aatlsTactory both In PIiouryou may need made to your order samples ol your own selection all at his cold storage plant lIart rordstWe receive every week communlca lions many of them meritorious correspondentgoes to the waste basket A nom de- plume may be used for publication the real name of the correspond t must always be signed ofZfrsme over to visit her parents Mr stHorse sledaltlentthought there will be no danger of a spread of the c1lseRseeMr Fon Rogers former Superin the reorient of schools ol this county has organized a Bank at Greensburg Green county Ky which will open not doors to the public May 12 1902 Rogers is a young man of grit courage and integrity and we take in unreservedly recommend him to the people of the upper river valley Cards are out announcing the mar viHdaplace at the Hartford Methodist church next Wednesday April the teIsWH Griffin and is one or Hartfords rIladlesboy and is at present employed stenographer by P M Joplin atLLa where the young peoII will probably make their future home The contracting parties are both very popular in Hartlord aDdI have menu friends that wish for them long and happy tile Rethel Duke son of S E Duke arrested at Prentis Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Flem Stevens on a charge of housebreaking and lodged jail here Duke had an examining trial before Judge Miller Wednes day and was held to await the action the grand jury at the May term of court His bond was fixed at 200 n which he has not yet made On the a of the 8th of January the afore Ulyssus Whallen at Prentis was broken Into and money stamps and oistothe amount of fifteen or twenty d IeIDuke is II Rethel was formerly on the mecbanl veryeA rather novel court tat in Hart ford last week Messrs S A Adder on and R E M Slmmerman com I missioned appointed by the court to recount the vote catt for the office of taller at the November election com pleted their work Satntday after sitting of six days The report of t commissioners declares that Black reo calved 2 976 votes and Wade received 2972 votes leaving Black a majority of four Attorneys M L Heavrin C M Barnett and Ernest Woodward represented Black and J S Glens aDd G B Likens represented Wade T commissioners and attorneys enncourtesy toward each other and their finding meets with the hearty ap proval of the people Marriages Mr John Straus Prentis to Mil Verda Knight Prentli Mr Jsi Kissinger Arnold to Win Noli Daugberty Arnold Mr D M White Ceralvo tu Mlet Rebecca Decker Ecbola Mr H 12 fihultB Prentis to Mb Clement Herrel Wyioi Mr Louie R Root Maxwell to Miss Esther A May Maawell Big Mill For Sale Wp offer for sale our combination Flour Grist and Sawmill situated in Center town Ks- splendid This mill is i condition and com mands n large trade It is aI thirtybarrel flour mill with corn attachments and saw rigged Plenty of power for other attachments Fine lo cation in good county The whole property occupies about three acres upon one portion of which is a new familyresi ence which will also be sold For terms and other particu lars write or telephone to RENEER BROSxKy In County Court L Reid qualified as Notary Public with S Reid S L Fnlkerson lad L Haden as sureties B W Stewart qualified as Deputy Constable for the Cromwell Msgiste District Jo Riley and C D Westerfield were Road Supervisors- W S Cole qualified as Police Judgev the town ol Horse Branch with M Heavrin as vGthe town of Rockport with W Pt lad J T Culbeitson as lureEes J W Hale qualified as Notary Pub with lice C Adair as surety Ike C Adair qualified as Notary xflthjno W Hale as surety = Released from Jan T D Nichols the Barren county lover of M H Stevens wife theory of which we told last week was given an examining trial before Judge Miller Wednesday upon a charge of shooting with intent to kill After hearing the evidence for the Common wealth Tom Underioxl a brilliant young attorney of Glasgow who had known Nlcbofa from his infancy appealed to the Court for the release Nichols upon the question of his nity Col Underwood Introduced- no witnesses for the defense hut- anding leaning on the bar near the he had Nichols tell in his homely way the story of his- ndying love for pretty Mies Pedant recently jilted him for Mr fedearnest wed story of the young man adroitly drawn out by the Glasgow lawyer presented dramatic scene often witnessed na court room The court very juttiy dismissed the charge against Nichols and Mr Un derwood look him home to Glasgow yesterday morning College notes Mr J W Gardner member of the Kentucky Home Society ol le conducted exercises lotondayf in a very pleasant and in teresting manner Monday was the opening of the lart of the school sad we hope the- tudenta ol Hartford College will 1rlchriWardsopportunity Misses Qlive and Edith Carson Miller Mrs T J Morton and son Thomas were pleasant vii itors at ex Monday Miss Navnie Moseley visited her at Pleasant Ridge the latter part of last week Mr Cheater Lindley accompanied Attorney C E Smith to the country last Saturday any reports a joyful timeMiss Lillie Patterson spent several days with her parent at Prentis last week Tbe opening session of the Add phlan Literary Society FrldayeveC log was well attended success by favoring womans suffer 1thlldications of their appearance IgalnJThe departure of Prof E Is much regretted by his many He is a worthy young maulC and possesses the traits of a ciplinarian STUDENT II reports as to Whart Golden health are not exaggerated the Devil and old reap Annanlas had better go late training for the coming tiara cap race Commercial The Small eofthe Baok heThat Is where some people feel weak all the time They are likely to be despondent and It Is not unusual to find them borrowing trouble as If they hadnt enough already h0The fact Is their kidneys are weak sicknessdexposure worry or 1 am thankful to aryl writes J L Campbell oUlrcI raorelUfth t Hood Sarsapr rillfr bu eared m for many rear I WM troubled with backache At time I fns so bid I bad to bl helped from the bed or chair I un now well tad ilront and fret from plla Whit this treat medicine did for bin It bee- dose for others tlytasUa sarsa lrllh promlM to cute and keep the promise aesltrtnon +r IHnd a today A DtVlNfe HEAUR Ohio Coilrity Agairt in the Lead In the Unusual Mr Eli Howard cUred ray dough Iters Flora L Taylor arm of a plrj durationHeabout fifteen or sixteen days before we could tell she was Improving She is now entirely well She Is eleven years old She was cured by the Di vine Healer Mr Eli Howard P SAnyone that dont believe 1 this please come or address Cicero 1 Taylor Cromwell Ky 1 CERALVO KY March a5Misses Eddie Everly 5 end Price Garrett who are attending 4school at Hartford were at home last week Mr W A Casebier Prentis for 1 4merlydays ago Mr Lucian Kimmel has moved 1 on the farm vacated by Mr W A Casebier Mr Rn Eudaly got his leg broke 4logMiss Mattie Barnard has retained 4 from an extended visit to relatives near Deaver Dam 1Mrs Charlie Sturgeon Hartford this her old home last week oS Mr James Barnes Beaver Dam 13 as here Sunday 1 Little Miss Annie Reneer Roches 1 1er is visiting her sister Mrs Jessie 1 Rev Wm Miller Sebree will 15 preach here the first Sunday Louis Prince Henry of Prussia belongs to the Royal fatnilyand ofcourse wears Royal tailoring Thats what we sell Royal tailoring Fire hundred latest Spring and Summer nc noi and staples Henry knows his book on dress Royal tailoring is made us to the measure of our customerscor rect every time to the sixteenth of an inch The Royal Tailors of Chicago Royal tailoring is dean and wholesome no Sweatshop taborandwe can t sell itat a savingof5 to on a suit is against the friceland it should be any lower in As t matter of fact It shouldnt beLe outer It too high thats all Royal tailoring is fine enough for the prince of good dressers and thousand American princes are wearing it this spring Sold ex clusively by RT CollinsTailors Agent 1See Samples at Cold Stor rigoPlamV i a r z c S r I A AAdAAA AAAA AAA wwwwwwwwvyuAI I 40 1 Our Spring Opening I JJJ= the entire day and have still continued to come 13 i 4 1 1 evidence of the fact that our Invitiltiosl was accepted tt 44 and appreciated All who came and went away tr tit 1 4 woro wen pleased not only with what they sail hut d qne want to say that At 4 this Spring Announcement still cOIitinuc3 tc was i 4 merely tho beginning of what wo iutcI111 to make t 1M4 s 4 1 4N4- r 16fM 4 1 o novel advertise such farce nd01 tr b1 4 ttsements fins we do howeverwo sell you a betb 1 ter suit for 750 1000 1200 or 1500 than you 1etln buy anywhere else for tho same price by coma parison You will find this to be true and tho same 4 1 ratio of Ming applies to every article sold b3 CAR r g e 1Ist1 you our t12 word is reliable i iJelf C11 t lcseu 4Qbt 41 Z1Children1 in the country while the reasonable prices will ap JK i peal to every prudent and careful buyer Its a disbr play worth coming miles to see A glad hand of br 49 welcome awaits every caller Wo certainly sell more J 1iaguess reason wo dont sell it all i is because all the buyers do not call to see our goods AIM ttit1Ib1 t CARSON fish tf b L a Hartford En ty by MM C Mf f + rLrTte r rr rr Crr rr rrrrrrrrrrre- Q II IWRtQ t o Sklalas I noslionatatto consider Wo willanswer them to your en tiro satisfaction Wo will tell you about good athings at right prices and tell you about getting fun value for every cent you spend wIth us 110 2 highIWo are sure to get you if you want good goods at tho light pricesat CLOTHING 90POur Spring Samples I madetomeasuro Cloth j ing are in And already I our regular trade is pre paring for theIopening Let us measure you for a nice NEW Spring SuM 99 Perfect fit guaranteed J9 Our read towenr Jj Clothing has just arrived j and our Clothing Depart J ment is first with the car ly Spring Styles Every I thing of latest styles cuts and patterns and tho I prices are largely in favor P of tho purchaser S I DRESS GOODS iQuite a variety of new Wash Fabrics for earlaSpring wear are on our shelves read for your in j spection which includes tho following Percale aMadras Mercerized viiiiiiiuiiijTo Ginghams Etc at Also the greatest lino of Embroideries Insertions 2and Laces ever shown in this whole county Ev- erythingp for tho Ladies is right in lino with thj aJ latest Springfashions- FARMERSTobacco i aheed sowing is now in prog plyyourwantsinor Field Seeds Oliver Chilled Plows Ect tE P BARNES BRO BEAVER DAM KY 444440 I Tu 7t11Lu ljOJu wIoiIIIMV II J t f o ror C tM W1 J j Ii I 1 m G r Tho Kind Yon Havo Always Bought and vlitch Ims been in usa for over 30 years lias borno tlio slpiatnro of nnd liftS been made under Ills pcr sonnl supervisIon sinco Its Inflincy S 4 Allow no ono to deceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations nnd Justasgood are but Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger the health of Infants nnd Children Experience ngaiust Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pure gone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Horphlno nor other Nnrcotla substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind k Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Dud Bowels giving healthy nud natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS i Dears the Signature ofI H w The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CtNaUR COMPANY YO MUmV STUII IW YO CIT I FIELD SONeoz33 sSioi nsassossc TRANSFER LINECCWCC1 =o=o A O OCAV CAXC BARTFORD isrA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIlE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED n NO BLANKSEVERYBODY GETS A PRIZE r 250000CA- SHPRIZES FREE AtEARSSUBSCRlPTIONTOTWOOOODPAPERS A GUESS IN TilE CONTEST A Btiulllul PICTURE Worth St LlkiThll1V ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER TUg REMARKABLE OFFER THE WEEKLY AMERICAN NASHVILLE TtHIf nod oar piper Jointly nittlce tho followlngofltn To the ul or aUbribenlo both rape t from whom we rcve the correct or n ntteorrect caeiforgae elonlbonum CUrkTlrTennfrom Uor1 UOI to TPIOTURU i rIn Mwnwo4llJ02lncln lTc Caib prlu will boglvrn UIJed All i 0 If Received In December January February or larell200000 jIf Recelred In April May or a o It Received In July August or ScplcmberHl50000THEN AN EXTRA 50000 IS SET ASIDE 3 tJMOCO In all which will bo derided KUnlly among oil who jjueii cren within one 9 hundred of the correct Ihc I other call ze Ono hundred a 0 ellller w ajr allowi you sul cbancesItIN THIS CONTEST THERE ARE NO BUNKS AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT IMPORTANT It la dlitlnctly underiUxxl and screed that the Weekly American U volelr 1 tIIObeeach iiberlber to the two whowill a oo pay thelrcholce of tho following IJenutlrulpleturell 1= ORDER PICTURE BY NUMBER ONLY tJ NO TITLI NO TITLE NO TTL8 NO TITLE 14 201Crndmia Tea 20tIIulir Time 207Wilhin Reich 210Old Hirplit M 202AWall 20SRfIcllon 208Our New Baby 211Daecanla H 20Roe Girl 204 Bubbles 207OurPet 212Ddorea OB Contest closes on October 1 1902 ot midnight OX The omclal statement of the Clarknlllo Tobaoeo IJoart or Trade to be the upon 1 which the conteit to be decided Clnrknvill Is eeond In lit drk totacco market In ithe United States To help you make a close gueea wo giro receipts In Clarkavllle for pan- loyraru I 0 Nov I to oyI ore OY 1 9510 Nov1 98 33OU1NoY1 tn to NoYI O0 20212 3 NoT 1 Ir to oy193 21IMI Nov 3 010 loYl 7 00 to ov1Ol 2jt4t o tJ Noy 1 9310 Noyl UI rOY 1 7lo NOYl 18IV Not 3 0110 loyIoNoyl 94 to lovl V5 2J4 Nul vlo oy1U 308G3 1ITIIFrom Indications about MctallO crup will be marketed thle year RVLES AND REGVLATIONS A yeari crlptlonpaia In advance nt price named 1- lowto ltiboth mutt accompany your gueis no clrcnmstaneo ni reason K wIll a be chanped afterltroatli us O atampmllil belenlto pay the postage on Z picture Voummtaelectyourpletureanusl cthoDuinl eroflt I Your order must be sent lo the paper in which you see this advertUemcnl gv Cut this blank outund UHO It wad you need not vrltu n letter I y 1uiLiintn 1 to both rl end rncloce 0 price named below 1gIeetheuumttorhnghewl3oftOI0eOtOt0 orrIJreceded In ov NOTE The may torderml rent to eparatcaddreiKf tho MOUancADaupicture to a different ono and the goeaacr dlt U to you i0 StniWttKLY AMeRICAN to MrHHHHHH IS 0- POHHH0 It StndYoir IPtptr to MrHH = POHHHHHIe = Send Picture oloMrHH S I- IPOSoo4Filter the Abom Guess to MrH 3 POHHHHHHHIe1 THE PRICE OF THE WEEKLY AMERICAN ONE YEAR WITH ALL PHIVILCCCS OF TillS CCNTEST AND h InInIt t n n t t t 1 n nt rS THE LEADING DAILY OF THE E b BLUE GRASS REGION IS 3 i TilE MORNING HERALD I = or Lexington Kentucky = = n baa the fufi Aisoctatet Prea Iepatches Special Correspondents coyer = = II Ing the Blue Gras tufl Market poMa aocunle and reliable news from alt II = tti oil ftlda Baas DaU andaportJnr news a Society and Womanm Page of- great= Interest SPecial articles on eyery qucitton ot renerallnteredt = II Its Editorial Pane Is recognize as the best U the State = = 1 aowoffersa MAP OF ZENTUCKY thelteat and bell published to = Tary aabacriber Who pays six tnouthi In dunce = It U now tlrlnp with ita Sunday piper the beautiful settee of STAGE = = FAVOnilKd iuaed by the Burr Hclnto a Studio everyone ot them worth a dollar = I Now Is the time to Subscribe 300 for Six Months II = THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO = PostDtflc Box 389 LeiUt Ky = W 0 P DJIcEIniwaronL DuuA 8tcu BlDai Manager = IIIIIIUUlilluUllllmUIlUIlJIUIIIIUllIlIllUlUlIIIII11I S 1 Hartfbrd Republican n l FRIDAY MARCH 28 illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo New time card taking efleet Sunday Dec 1100 at noon North Ilnniul- So rRnru131 dne in dnellil n m No 102due247p In No 101 due 147 p No u 153 due 1231 pm Noltl due 8UI m Lnrnl FtelKlili 1o9ldue7Oam No 1M doe S67 pm 8 D VAXUXTKB Agent CRACK SHOT Spot Warfleld Colored Takes a Shotgun and Fires Once Hitting Twelve People George better known as Spot Warfield doubtless holds the tecon as a manipulator of the shotgun In this vicinity Spot disdains to shoot Inoffensive little pigeons or break the Inanimate clay articleas it is mode to sail serenely horn the trap but his game Is coon coon coon And he doesnt care particularly whether the color fades or not but all coonsjust so theyre coonslook alike to Spot But to the tory There is n place on the banks ol the serpentine Illttl Elk Fork just outside the eastern city limits where the ground Is pack ed as tight as the grasp of a misers fist and worn at smoothly as a poll tlclans lie Here divers and sundry gentlemen whose complexion is the burnished livery ol the noonday sun are wont Ito congregate and juggle with the bespecked little bones1 and it is whispered among the know- Ing ones that as much as thirtytwi cents has been known to change hands there within a single day This accommodation is upen to patrons at all times and is an especial resort on Sunday So it was on the last Sab bathAt this time Spot and Will and Tobe Coleman were among the seekers after sudden and colossal wealth A number of dusky damsels stoad by to wltnes the battle of the Jones It was not long until the Coleman boys had lost all their coin and in order to get it back it is alleged one ot them held spot up with a pop while anoth er gently admlnistred to him the ca resseffof a club Spot finally got away from them and came to town He procured a hammerless shotgun and returned to the scene It is said that when the gang saw the return ing combatant and what he returned with they huddled together under an THE NEW WAY Common Sense for Women Ladle Should Head ot the Latest and Most Soc cvutal Importation tram France All Womankind Mar ronn DrlKht Eyes FaIr HUn Strength and Good Health So says Dr lj IIord the famous French pra Ittoner who hat devoted hli whole life to the tudj ot women and has won the htffheet dli Inctlon through Me wonderfully lUcicMtul prac tire umonn the Scot famllle ol larl WOMAN A IlKHOINK Woman la a heroine aye the Doctor and hr remarkable endurance and ability to wlthitam the roost trying ordeal compels admiration She In a slave to the Xutnral Uodeity ol her MX which no hjten conic her to endure the greater IrlsllIn4 tatter In ellence rather than consult Tea her Family Ihy lclan fearing to expose herself to neceiiary questioning and probable lamination A LI FE wrvnV Ileco nlilnff this lad early In his practice Dr Lallord ha by yean or study end dOle appll atlon enrolred on entirely new method ol treat meat for all olliuento peculiar to woman which hu met with unbounded uncrm and hi llrancl men managed by nVllled phynlclnni under hi rnonnl supervision are now located In ever large city ol Europe lly hli iaperl r methods each patient receive biolately line of charge toil and detailed advice xpoclully adapted to her coe thus avoiding all mbarrattment or inconvenIence and an Dr IM 1I0rdl reineiJI are put up In the form ot email dainty wafers they are easily curried and taken at any time or place without attracting alien tim This insures regularity In treatment which ii won Important to n cure and generally Ito loulble with liquid remedle liquid rvmedlwi always contain a large propor Ion of alcohol whisky or other liquors to preserve thent from ipolllng Dr Ijitlorde Wafer are a dry medicine and are positively free Iron utoilcanti or narcotic drum of any kind 1IIounx tI7rnoDs Dr IaDord greattiit acreiw hag bern nchlev dby the use ot the CtiIiA WAPEII This is nut a Patent Medicine but a scientific prepal ration of Viburnum or CAUUMA cuii uonly known as Pluck llawberry and other well known herbs whoiwcuratlve properties have been known to herbalists for tenlarlra VIUui auto or CAltONIA Is rmignlie anti prr icrlbed by the loading physicians of thtf world a- tbe best known Xpwlncfnr Femalotronbliii Th extremely disagreeable taste of these drug ha been sktllfal manipulation retulnln however rill i their virtues and strength an lb i specifics havwbcen socomblneduud prepared ns to form a dainty wafer easily taken yet embodying the most accurate and certain cure fur Female Weakness Nervous Irostratlonraln Inl unit Happressed uenses Irrrgnlarlty Ixtncor rhm or White Sterility Ulceration of the Uterus Change ol Life In Matron or Maid Chrnnle vellUrlnay Troubles Nervous Debility 1rofasi Flow Threatened Miscarriage Palpitation of the Heart Ialns In the Left side Cold llandi and Feet Hearing Pawn Ialns Backache Short neceotilceath Kcaldlng of trine Soreuws or Irest Neuralgia Ltertno Displacement and nil hos symptoms which make the nvemxe wo uans life so miserable It makes child birth casj anti saves doctors 11111 A VALUABLE FKATUItKC- A11ONIA WAFI5IIS have proven n blessing to thousnnds ot suffering women who have been- mail well strong In a surprisIngly nnrt time by this wonderful treatment They will nut only euro the most obstinate cases nt matter how long neglected but lire also the only known remedy that can be absolutely roiled upon to prevent these monthly recurrence of extreme pout und suffering needlessly endured by so nnny ot our women Inri Hint rlfrrllvc- Dr Ijillords Waters Ire purely vegetahl containing no Injurious chemicals or dreg cud are polllr11IUInrRnl110 cure even the mot leglrctvd cases are carefully followed and the medicine honestly token This vnlanlile remedy Dr lnllnrd tnriH IH Is now on Inleln America by the Importing irm of lPMtinirr I4IIllp who have ontrartcd with Dr lnllnrd tor the exclusive agency toe tho ratted htates A Consultation lepnrtment undtr the supervision of lie La lIord Is maintain Ml and sfieclul advlre furnished ibsolately free uf charge to all who take the reutment Ladles ordering CA11ONI lire I- ntltd to write nil about their particular cases In detail neil nre alueurM1 the most snrred privacy no to their correspondence ns no testimonials or otters from ladles ore ever published by us One Iox ofOtROiA Wafers contnlnlngo aonths supply will be sent securely pnckeiland irepald to liny address the VII or Caundaon welpt of One Dollar accompanied by the detail ut your case A full nnd complete treatment In ludlng nil necessary medicine and our written 1flDt liYt 1I0IlaroIvnyabloln adTaner Tnl charge covers nil expenses Including tree- advleeandfulldirectlons There are noaddl lonal charges ot nay kind thus plating the treatment within the reach of nil Adflrxs Consultation Dept The Xoylr nller fompituy Uarket and Sltb Sti 1hft delphllla 14iyr i 0 oVtrhabljin robk into this bune- bhrdSpbt flhii all Ifeelve tvere hit and sligHtly sprinkled The bunch r turned the tire without efiebt There were six shells In the gun but 8po was Ignorant as to the modus oper and This is the only reaion why Spot couldnt truthfully sing Im going to start a graveyntd ot m- yqwnTodd County Times An Interesting Promenade Take a walk througha cemetery and you will pass the last resting place of a man who blew in the muz ale of a gun to see if it was loaded A little lutther down tbe slope is a crank who tried to see how close to a tnov ing train he could pass In strolling about you will see the monument of a girl who tried to start a fire with ker osene and grasscoveted knoll that covers the boy that put a cob under a mules tall The tall shaft over the man who blewout the gas casts a shadow across the grave of a boywho tried to jump on a moving troth Side by stile the ethereal creature who always holt her corset laced to the last notch and the intelligent Idiot who rode a bicycle nine tulles in ten minutes sleep on undisturbed At repose is a doctor who took name ol his own medicine There with the top of a shoe box driven over his head is an old man martied to a young wile Away over there reposes the boy who went fishing on Sunday and the woman who kept strychnine in the cupboard with tooth powders The man who stood in front ol a mow log machine to oil a sickle is quiet now and rests beside the brakeman who fed himself to a 70ton engine andover in the potters field may be seen the bleaching bones of the man who tried to whip the editor while only a short distance away rots another carcass which even the buz zards refuse to touchthe man who got his home paper on credit and relused to pay forftIx- He Got Out of it Charles dear said Mrs Todbor ax suspiciously I thought J saw you kissing the cook yesterday Ah my love said Todbora with a sigh it is a sure sign you are getting old when your mini be gins to be filled with hallucinations Fight against them my love fight against themSan Francisco Bulle tin HerPrayer- The HarrodsburgDemoctat tells the following story concerning an old slaveOld Aunt Mary a colored woman once the slave of Mrs Maria Davless is occasionally given to long prayers In one of her recent suppllcationsshe was overheard to say Oh Lord I am so thankful I aint got no appetite like I used to have when I blonged to Miss Maria when she use toloW me to go to de cupboircl an help my self to all de serves cakes pies ham and turkey an sich like as I wanted when she wus not erbout an never said a wrrd erbout it an god Jesus I am thankful for de good appetite you give me then an please take me to wharever Miss Matla is when you send de angels alter me Amen Buzzing of the Political Bees Franktort Ky March 23No sooner had the session ot the legisla ture adjourned and relieved the mem bers of that political buiden Ulan they were planning to take up other political tasks some of them ol much greater weight From the Democrns and Republicans too in the general assembly there will be a number ofI candidates for states offices and congressCol G Colson will be a can didate for congress in the Eleventh district against Judge Forcing and Mr Ed Parker the member of the legislature from Laurel county This is expected to be a pretty fight as all the candidates have large lollowing Senator T S Kirk ofJohnston county who made the most admira ble record for his jarty and hlmsell in the last session will be loiced by his friends to make the race lot the Re publican congressional nomination in the Tenth district Senator Kirk de serves all the honor that could be bestowed upon him and he has shown that in ability ne ranks among the firstSeantor N T Howard has judicial aspirations and he too deserves the hands ot the Republicans of his district anything that he may ask for Jt is due largely to his leadership on the schol book fight that the Hick man bill was killed Senator Dyer another Republican at influence will be a candidate for reo nomination and It is probable that his district will give him the deserved honor without opposition- W T Staflord one ofthe prominent young Republican of the house ex pects to be a candidate lor congress He made a good recoid and won many Mends while in this session J P Adams who was styled the hart breaker btnuse of the un usually laiger number of t halttid hearts that he left behind him will in all probability be a candidate for the Republican nomination lot Sec retary of Slate- R C Browning another agreialte young Republican will also be q MI lidate for Secretary ol State lie is a man of great ability A S Bennett the young Republlf an from Ohio county made famous by his two weeks pay bill lor miners las not yet decided on his course In politics He is tempted to resign from politics but his friends are urging A WOkT- Histmot1tH3rIi 8tJee I Uhdei Ilho StilL All Doclots have tried to ciue Catarrh by the tise jwiwdtrs acid gReet inlmltts nnd drugs in piste Inrni Their jKiwdeit dry up the mucnotiH uienibranfH ciitut them to crack open nod bleed The power lul aCIdS used in the inhalers IIHVC entirely eaten away the saute mem branett that their umbers have aimed to cure while pxsttN nnd ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has lot many years made a close study and speciality ot the tteatuient ot Catarrh tins atlast perfected a treats went which when faithfully used lint only relieves at once but permanent ly dues Catoih by leninviiiR the entice stopping the illschniKcs nnd curing all inflammation It IK the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the filleted puts This wonderful remedy is known as Souffles the Guatanteed Catarrh Cure andis sold at till extremely low price of One Dollar ench package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Souffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized an the only sate and positive cure for that annoying nnd disgusting disease It cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and Ia also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuflles wil save you it you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which is postively guaran teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage If used according to the direc tons which accompany each package Dont delay but send for 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 yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Soothes the Guarante Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ot One Dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 3330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia him to return to the legislature- Dr Ben L Brunei of Hart county who was recognized us the floor leader of the Republicansis being boomed for the nomination lor lieutenant governor and will ptobably make the race He took an active part in the session and was always watchful of Republic an interests Senator Kirk Senator Catron the quiet but effective man in the senate Senator Howard Representative Mor- rIS and Dr Ben L Bruner will form a party that will leave Monday lor Washington where they will spend a week in slightseeing and laying polit- Ical wires Senator Cox has gone to Florida where his wife and daughter have been spending the winter His daughter who hmr been ill lor several months is much improved and there are hopes for her ullmate complete recoveryMOTHEIIHOD I Tim grcatpit ambition of Amer lenD men and womrn li to liavo homes blcssctl with children The woman alllietcil with female Ills ease Is constantly menaced with becoming cliiltlless wife So medicine can restore tlcad or gans but Wino of farilul toes regulate dentngcmcnU that pre vent conceiitlon tloei prevent mrsciirriago j clues rostoro weak functions and shuttered nerves and doe bring babies to homes I yearsWino Ihealth nnd strength to bear heal You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardul from your dea- lerWINECARDUI I Its Market fctreet I ofThedfords11101Inmarried fifteen years and had never given birth to a child until I took Wise aOnobaby Ifeelwillbeagain MMJ W C blUTlI lIIo1n2Ivra53ea-retIeittKind You Han AlMrs Bosjht zlpormnumNasal CATARRH In all Ul stages there liouU be clcoulineu jWMM3i A Elys Cream Balm clcauef lontbea and heala tiLe diseased jncmbrano tit cares catarrh and drives away cold In the head quickly Cream Balm la placed Into the noiuilf iprtadi over the membrane and U absorbed Itelltf Im mediate and acure follows It It not drying lolnot produce incezln Large Size 19 centi at Dru- ltU or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELV 11UOTUEKS W Warren Street New York r CHICHESTERS EHGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS e 0 el1fIJc 0 col l f f t1tIJt e 1 Nnfr Alnrari reliable LidIi ask Drursist roy illfHK iTtifH EtJLISI III and 4Jolil metallic boxes sealed with blue ribbon Tukanooltierv ltfUedangruu aubvtl utloimtinil Inillallon Uuyuf yourlJnirxlvt iir wiHl 4r In stamps for Iorllrnlan TUmonlaU and Ilellrr for Ladies tnlrltrr by mum Stall lOOOOTntluonlaK bold by all IJrumita OlIIOnEBTEB OHEIIIOAL CO 8100 Hadlaon Square 1IIILA PA 14eutIsIpL S IDlt1n iDrrt lrQh1ICun rirrulltouftW OkenJndOTI JK fcbiH Attorney tiweflibbiti T II Illnck Jnllrr HA Andenum Clerk lUmnn holbrook Underfoot intMlnner 41 II llkrni Truitoo Jury 1uncl Ol 1 Kwxu Sheriff llurtlord brpnty Khrrltt J-U Iuwn Clareore Keown Jo II lloberta II L IJoyd Pleuititerena VCourtroimneallratMon ilny la Maui cad Angntt nnd continue three weebiiind third Monday lu May unit NiT inln r tvvnuifVi County CourtJ 1 SillIer JudKt lIIllnll nud Clerk W II llarnee Attorney Hartford areourt convenes lOst Monday In vneh month Quarterly tunrt llegtnii on the third Monday ID April Judy October and Jnounry Court of Clnlnii Conrenee Ort Monday In January Taeidny utter second Monday In October Other ORtrera J U Wood iturveyorteraIvo Frank Iowe Ansemur linda Jamee DeWveae School Superintendent Hartford Urn L DniU llronrlallhur Spring rviotlcaB Covirta II K llndon llmrrr Jam February 15 May IT AHunut 50 l wiher e hn W Misrule Itnlirtowii IVhrnnry 51 lay D AHKWI Novembers Jan II llrnlmiu Imndif Kebranry I Mny T Anirnit ST I ece iber 3 T A lima FurdtTllle February 5 layS August yI November fi J A lllcU llufoidFebrnsry OlIS1 I Aug ret I Novewlwr ft W A Hone Centrrtnwn February 10 May It August S Novemlier 3 11 J Wilcox llofkporlFetirnnry t May 10 August M NiiTemtor 8- STajtfordSclifo Cevixt Jnu II WlUon Judge J 1111 Wedding City Attorney W II Mnnty Marshal Court ron Ten ier Hid Monday In with month =oll louo CrtcsM KrbHrthHiwtliSmlcrK third Sunday In Nth Month Ill am and Tp in hid fiinrtb Sandny nt T p in 1rnyer meeting ery Wedoe day evening lice J C 1etrle Pastor Ilaptlt Cburth tirrrlrr held second Sunday It each month nt 11 a in and 7 p in Prayer met Ingvrrry Thursday evening- C I Chnrth Servleea Urt Sunday III each month at II a MandT p m Her J 1 liar nod Mitar school Trustees llnrtlnrd Jim 1 Mlll r J R 011 T tece e U M Iliwlrr J II 11 Car- sia Joe c lllUj flusH Trt v 4A lUVhlfe I F Wvrner J II PattuiV O llnrdwlck H J Wnldlo =orotCcnLett- A O f W meoli flrtt sad third KnlonUy eights hartford IOIB No Wi Jt A Maaont Ort Uowlay Bteat In oath month ItiMCH ulcer lAOtI lltKnlfthteol 1ytbla mtri nrrr Tntwday night rmtim Morton runt So 4 a A II hold reg a1i rmrrUBnSatnpdiiytrfiiralnttinnd yln each monthAll of thrf pwtlrrinlmnrf laTltd attnI uli meetings NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN rmwu t- xoCHICAGOA new through car line has been established for the entire jjistnnct over the Illinois Central between Evansvilt and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the PO E Ry The services in AS follows NORTH BOUNDDaily Sun Lv Evansvile 730 pin 730301 Ar Chicago 70011 m 700pm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 8309 ra ArEvaneville 8058 m 550 pro Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent Repeaters I are the tolU Ul top and ilae electors n Till leitori ulid tkkU ol metal I between lh thooter I heal the CSTIM itallluneMhrowiIhe m II isa y Iron I lIIIhl iuui and b1 b a MARLIN acllo watt and imooihlr nukmt rtrr I little coma Our new automatic rlCoil I atinr I dcyice mike Marlin the safest brtethloaJlnr run ever 130 I I luitratlont wo COTria I nine Ion mailed three stamps II MlrlllFlrtAtBlC I 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President of Its LouliUni Purchase ExpoiitlsaSt Louis 1C35 Main Entrance Liberal Arts Dulldlnff Ior the IousiaImIfa Purchase iap IIUn at II lewis I a lima The Liberal Ail building etother Of the monster atrutturet which make up tue trial picture or the Loulalana Purcliau Kxpoaltion was designed by liar nell llaynea dl lurnrtt an architeCtUral nrm of tiuibllahed repute In Si Louis It la the loaewt of tile his exhibit bulldlnxi to the opeu rnethwlre tsar which will aeparat the e lllon lte from the iliilahid rt of Koreit park Il la the steel taterty nt Hi building and abutS the pavllfona of the United Stales Qov trnrnent building which wilt be ued for fliti and ordnance exhibit J The ttberel Aria bulUICK will be built of staff and the estimate of of architecture of the upoJAllhoual following the prnalllnf1I7IaI SOdjkt nnallln11 ilhera clla line The ion spade lJeclaly haw a msgnflcrflt entrance which la almost pure Corinthian The main farailc sill t o feet long eri wll be made interesting br the us of A cen 1 ant nf two end The center pavilion brnuiht anmiwhat above ter pavllUm the tftnnreln hullln whIch unite It with the pavilinas on either aide Kaek rr hit three Million on the forms an eltant entrance to the bulldln 1 The bulldlnr will cnirer 1 1 acres of ground space ARE YOO DEAF l j ANY f r r a NOISESIALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE Iy our new invention Only those born deaf arc incurring HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIAltLY 1 F A WCRMANi OF BALTIMORE SAYGt IIAII00IL IJ itatxll CI iwO CtnUtntt Htlnc entirely cnrfl rf ccr fne thinks to your trratmint 1 will new en e yon yotIrIsretamuAhosut and thla kept on getting worK unlit I levi mylujiii lii t ecet irtitt 1 uiKicrwent n treatment for catarrh for three rnonlha without any rtuctw amtittM a eus broC iiyksauts anionx ethers the tot j erumtut tar pcciilut of iutftcttf wlio loll HMT itO iily an operation coiild riln that only that UK hes4flCe1 Yitiiartcii f i itt tli hrttluir rdG earwould ie toes forcvtr I 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