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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 pi Ii I I- It I 1 I jt j tlJ 4 b vJ t Tim 1 HARTRiRD REFUBLICMiI 1 d r Y ineUob Work a3Specia1j f OFFICIAL OBBiN OF W WRIT I IUFOUIIIOxNfiBCSSIONALDISTfilCT Subscription la years i- L k1 WOL XIV HARTEOBD KY FKIDAY APRIL 4 1902 N 371 r Retrospect I It ii aatnil vday f0rjJlM wUc aed Biothtr wheajli hr worn face 1Ja aadtMiq1lutloal4 1DoesitNvl health atri happine lore But tkerpeatIlakelIftCIIIesce c- iDociRvsiP r It la this i ft It aacc Ssfy to taerlflce health and bptntiiI to wedded1 JulHoa liefMftbees Iiyc bNva-lwlDr 1sV NIl aa4IIPties Made then MUIt will do theme ref almoit eft1woman who Jt- a fair lid faithful UUL It sops wok tmng arain tieab- I I UflttiMatlon and taleentlon and cuts ifewlle weakness JftrartqoAlUa the and Bcorc4et the appetite ciprctd to ttttom a rao4hrr a4 a lr tnUchaK cmtly MrS K A Illioa With iprlafi Co Ark aD4 my eld 4 Mr hutbnd o another doctor far ac but I tttrotd to Uil drag ikxf sud tt us txtlrr At wi I told 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Auctioneer 137iil rtt4 ned nttat dds contract llls I olIcitedrt j Southern J- l Railwayd4 J TbroBKhKI lit 134 Southern StatH KENTUqkYTENNESSEE South I OAROTPINA ALABAMA VIRI GIN A North CAROLINAGEORi j p p 1 7OrAand MISSISSIPPI II f roll1JrruinIeny and arrlr IjonlnTlUctroBi IMyntIt Of Htnxt Union JXpotconn ctinB with trtl of fbi I I lIllDoli Central Railroad awl ti 11 ft St L FUJI I Forlntormatlonaddrm a iAWBIDOM P 01 T A III 4th An Ix nUiuT J 11 II TAyLor Assistant 0 T A LoaUiUU i i 5 1 Ip 1 CDLP TrIbe lIgeWIIIIoa I ATeai 0 i4 l J A SENSATION SecretDanlsb Report Alleging 11 Corruption Congress IWII11be Probed READING CAUSES FLURRY RkkiionIE1ares He has Doc llraelf IDi iHytStlgttlBg llMlft eIs Named Washington Match 29At the opening of the session of the House today Mr Richardson Teon theI minority leader offered aa privilege a resolution for the appoint ment 01 I commltte of seven to Inves tigate the charges said to have been made by Dr Walter Christmas I semiofficial representative of the government of Denmark In a secret report to his government In which It was made to appear that he was to re ceive 1500000 of the purchase money for the sale of the Danlah West Indies for bribing newspapers and membera ol Congress The resolution was long In detail and Its reading created great excitement on both sides of the HouseMr Richardson modified the reso lution to specify that members ol the House were charged with being bribed and Speaker Henderson rnled that It was privileged This brought the matter before the House for con sideration Alter a brief debate the members unanimously adopted the resolution and Speaker Henderson appointed Representatives Dalull Hltt Cons Ins McCall Richardson DInsmore and Cowkerd as the Investigating committee Mr Cannon first moved that con sideration of the resolution be post posed until tomorrow sad the motion was voted down without a divis ion The Republican leaders hurriedly consulted during the reading and when It had been concluded Mr Pane the majority 1eade1 made the point or order that the matter pre seated was not privileged The basis of the resolution Mr Payne said con temptuously was an alleged secret report to the Danish government Mr Richardson met this with the statement that he had a copy ol the secret report to the Danish govern meat On my hbnor as a member of this House said he I have now on my desk what purports to be and what I believe is that secret confidential re port Assuming the full responsibil ity for my words x believe I have unmistakable evidence that this re ortwas made to the Danish government by a quasi If pot a real agent of that government AWheu did the gentleman obtain access to the accreet archives of the THEiHOMEGOLD CURE VVn jnvaqlousijSreaiment by Which Drunkards ar Doing Cured Dally In Splto of Themselves No Noxloua Doses No Weakening of thoTforVer A Pleasant and Post tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Dranknesa Is k disease and not weakness A body 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take lag It Thousands ofdrunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tem men y1Jovlagtheir knowledge la coffee or tea and today that discontinued I of their own free will Do I not wait Donot be deluded b parent aadle dlagJm out tae disease at prooyewent1 ll time The The Cure Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach pi Everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost ng 26 to soFuU directions ac company each package Special ad feotqUeatedWlthbut ii I It Edwin B 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly coaijclli- eatlaJ ij s n t Danish government Interposed Mr I Payne sarcastically DenmarkIme r 1 ways of obtaining authentic government documents I have the evidence here Thla Is a grave charge I dc- not bring It here for the purpose ol making political capital Here Is a charge that 500000 was paid for the express purpose of bribing the Amer ican Congress yet the gentleman from New York seeks to Interpose a technical objection Speaker Henderson at this point called attention to the fact that the language of the resolution charged that newspapers and members of Congress bad been bribed Members of Congress be said did not necessarily include members of the House If members of the Senate that body must be the cus todian of its own morals lie thought If the resolution was to be privileged it should specifically In clude members of the House- I am prepared to say replied Mr Richardson that these charges do Include members of the House and will amend the resolution to that extent Speaker Henderson thereupon ruled that the matter presented was privi legedIlege said the speaker delivering his ruling Exactly what status a report to a foreign government would have here might be but the gentleman from Tennessee havIngIstated upon his honor as a the House that the charges I i IIOb1I0 Mr Speaker interrupt ed Mr Richardson I did not say the report was true I vouched for the tact that Mr Christmas had made it The gentleman having vouched for the authenticity of the charges continued the speaker the chair holds that the matter is one ol privi lege and recognizes the gentleman from Tennessee By this time interest in the house was Intense Almost every seat was occupied and the members listened eagerly as Mr Richardson proceeded to present his case First be read ex tracts from the press at Copenhagen These were followed by an affidavit from Neils Gron concerning his deal fags with certain persons here but it was not sensational The real sensa tion came when he started to read from what purported fo be the report of Walter Christmas concerning the negotiations He prefaced the read ing with the statement that it would show a corrupt bargain worthy ot the consideration of the House The report was too long to read in full He saidI read only the luscious ex tracts which if true should bring the blush of shame to the cheek of every American said he for the matter will disgrace this country In the eyes of every foreign court in the world This Is what this corrupt bar gainer says He then proceeded to read Christ maas account ol his interview with the primeminister of Denmark In which he was said to have told the minister of the necessity for the use of money to bring the negotiations or the sale of the islands to a successful termination He told of his ac quaintance with Abner McKinley President McKinleya brother and his law partner Colonel Brown two men whom Mr Christmas described as having the entry to the White House and being familiar with the ways of American politics and what members of Congress would have to be paid to accomplish the result de airedThe report then described how Christmas had enlisted not only Pres ident McKinleys brother and his partner but two press association one In New York and another in Washington and a prominent bank lag house In New York in the sale of the islands The Danish foreign minister was reported as disgusted with the methods which had to be pursued but as finally giving his ac quiescenceMr said he did not charge that any senator or member of Congress had been bribed He bad simply presented the allegations of this agent that money had to used for I bribing congressmen The charges bad been published in this country and abroad be said with tbe allege tion that conditions in the United States were simply horrible He therefore proposed this Inquiry so that each member could disclaim the charge so far as It aflectx him Mr Richardson said there was one unpardonable feature to the affair in that the State Department must have known of these charges and had not brought them uthe attention ol the Senate prior to the ratification of the Danish treaty O A IB OP OXIX A BUM thiliiiKiad Yw HanAlwars BoigU JIprvt 1I t 4fE HE WASDROWNED- Sensation of Being Suffocated by Water and Later- Resuscltate r rWereyou ever drownedfr A ques to znewae I ever drown edt No I never was and just at this time I have no desire to be experienceIwas once drowned I was for certain dead that Iihad I been left afew win utes I wonldhavebeen cleadVh the proverbial mackerel S 5 fartI was concernediudwever IwaVTnSwried I had lost all consciousness but if you should ask me where uiy spirit had gone I could only tell you I did not know I was just as one sound asleep I was dead in every sense of feeling in fact dead to everything and as I was afterwards told showed absolutely no sign of life To me it was precisely the same as a sweet deep slumber into which state I passed exactly as one passes when surrounded by all the comforts ol a good homemade bed The awaken ing however was much different for when consciousness returned the suf fering was simply terrible and I be lieve I wished they had left me alone I will tell you about it It was in the fall of 1884 I was In St Joseph I Mich My intimate friend Walter I Rlckaby a newspaper man and my self had intimated to a fisherman that we would like very much to go with him on the tug and witness lOUt lilting of pound nets He was per willing and one brlghtmorn lug we started I said one bright morning How well I ramember what a contrast to the evening when we were taken ashore The tug had the usual crew of cap tain who was also the chief mogul the owner and proprietorthe fisher man an engineer a fireman and four deck hands who also served In the capacity of fishermen when it came to handling the nets and caring for the fish We steamed south about 20 miles toward the Indiana shore and we were 10 miles out In the lake An anchored buoyboldlng a tiny red flag told us ol the beginning cSf the shore end ot the net Pound nets range from 300 101500 feet In length1 They are anchored down by leaden weights and held In an upright position by cork floaters In width they vary from 10 to 15 feet At the end is the pound or trap which is made by theI net into a circle Fish when they strike an obstacle Invarlbly follow it They travel in schools mostly oneI following the other as sheep in a pas ture Occasionally a larger and dlf ferentspecles will get in the line butI schools keep well together as a rule even after being scattered by one ofI the cannibals Once in the trap they cannot escape Then the pound is carefully lifted to the boats deck un ill the fish are within reach when the larger ones are pulled out with a gal t a murderous looking weapon while the smaller ones are landed by means ol scoops I should have said that our tug had in tow a smack or small sailing vessel She the smack wee rigged with one stick and made to carry a good big sheet of canvass When there was a fair wind she was usually loaded first and sent home while the tug remained to take the remainder ot the catch and reset the nets When there was not good sailing the smack was towed in On this occasion there was a fair wind and Rlckaby suggested that Inasmuch as we had seen the fish taken out of the pound we return with the smack end get the sport of a good sail I readily fell In with the idea ant it was not long before we were speeding along In excellent shape It was immense and although the spray dashed over us and we yere all cling lag to the upper side of the craft It was exhilarating and none enjoyed It more than I did Suddenly there was n crash a splash and the next thing I knew I was under water I knew how to swim and although it was my first experience under water burdened by my clothing yet I found little difficulty to get to the surface In an Instant I was struck with the lull force 01 a high wave and once more sub merged Again I came to the sur face Clearing my eyes and getting my wind saw my companion floun J dering about Get to the boat and hold ont I auiuy was smack some little distance away that is 1 thought I saw her She was bottom side up and clinging to the keel I saw my companion All J remember then was being struck by a wave n fearful struggle for breath a choking and it was all over My senses departed just as I told you fa If sinking Into n sfeep How longer remained so I do not know VIii my senses returned I was lying across the keel ot the boat with n man pounding me over the back Then 1K heard some one say Hes coming round lilt him again One ol the sailers had aavehiJefD r I A the water and swam with me to the upturned smack Then I was plac ed across the keel belly down and the resuscitating process begun I attempted to turn but found that I walk lashed to the keeland it wan not long before I knew that the other three were holding on for dear lift Every once in awhile a huge wave would strike and break over us and tbe sea seemed to be running higher andhigherWe in this position for three hours when fianally the tug sighted us on her return trip and be tote long we were taken aboard Rick aby who was a rail fellow contracted a Mid Which developed prieUmohff and in less than two weeks he was dead I too caught n severe cold but eFCfped with nothing more Later I learned that the cause of the disaster was a spite Tbe man at rudder f the smack failed ti see it becnnse ot the high waves that were running and he was driven hard against At some time the spite had betii used to hold the shore end ot a net and when the fishing ground had beet abandoned had been lelt That js how I was drowned and I have oftn wondered whet would have been thi sensation if any had I tot been rescued or would there have lot lowed B other struggle when the spirit the life had departed for gotd So far at I went the sensation was nothing as compared with aches and pains I have had and it was pleasant to the feeling of having tome one step- on your best corn I knew when I filledwith water and of the effort I made to get rid of it of my head for an instance feeling that it would burst but it was soon over and I v a as nothing There was no pain and the feeling was a pleasant one as I remember gradually losing alt sense ol feeling and becoming perfectly ob livious to everything I was drown ed It was when I had risen for the second time so I was told afterwards that one of the tailors caught me and swam to the capsized boat Whenever anyone now asks meji- I was ever drowned I say Yfor If I wasnt then what was UCommer- dat reS a This paper might be filled with Items like the following and every one bethe absolute truth I had rheu matism for years and tried almost everything but got no permanent relief until I used Chamberlains Pain Balm three bottles of which have cured me It Is the best medicine I ever used Philip B Rhoads Penn vllle Mo Pain Balm is for sate by druggists C1Ia Good for Rheumatism Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and annoyance After trying several pie scriptions and rheumatic cures I decided to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I bad seen ad velUsed in the South Jersiman After two applica ion of this Remedy I was much better and after using one bottle was completely cured Sallle Harris Salem N J For sale by all druggist DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful I cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dls covered after years of nent kidney and bladsdee sneclaliat rlnclimebles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidneytrouble Dr Root Is not recommended for everything but Ifyou have kidtney liver or bladder trouble It will be Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In privates practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase Tellef and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hu been made by which all readers of this papertwho have not already tried It may sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer hllhls and send address to KilmerCoBinghamton byDr regular fifty cent and Bontcf SWIPBO dollar slzesare sold by all good druggists I it Repeaterss are lb otttnal lOP ndaids siectofi ftrs forma a- ud ohleI or witI- bitsetu the shootea flatcartrtdrs- at lbs sass from hini rf of into his Vreyent amok anitEu ntuthg cml u4 andthi lies olfobtrCftd hissLII llaCIand OtlllfII1 VOry lIttta 11W automltC yecot1Ovin ttessaint brtrloadiDr Ilorr11oDJnine caton ihnti aWDP- IonaMunllltdlalCe 21w3tavsiCODl L MANYiRELIABLEWITNESSES t Prove That Old Cases of Chronic Ca tarrh can be Cured I A Medicine That Will Cure Cases of Catarrh of Long Standing De Serves a Very High 4 1ae in the Annals of MeiicalDlscovery Such a Medicine is Peruna HQUSAND3 of tutlmonlals s- rI pouring la every day ot old cases of chronic catarrh that have ra ted all treatment for year being promptly and permanently cured by Parana These jeportp do not all come from bbicuro places signed by obscure peo pie Alarge proportion of these letters are written by men and women prom neat in busIness and profetilonal dr des anti many of them well known from ocean to ocean Colonel John Franklin Water occupies a prominent position among the leading trial lawyers of Chicago He has probably obtained more verdlcli rpersotiulInjuries practtottsingle case In the Supreme Court of Illinois and Missouri He Is a hard worker andhaatha energy of four men For a number oi year he had been afflicted with chronic catarrh and haying recently been thoroughly cured of hi old affection an interview wu ob reportera4nmentto the public CKICAOO ILL Aug e 1900 The Fernna MedIcine Co Columbus Qt Z UeaileiwnIt gives me grttt plettun to testily to the merit ot such m worthy remedy for cittrrh let your Peruat I had suffered fori Mumbtt tt4ytn from this vetCit ffreetbtpdlseuo and had tried many o fllcd naedlet but until I used Prun nonotmJ the deflrtd effect I feeltbtftMOj perfectly c redidcaach- eedulZyMcommcnd Pefll tuaay tf po lutferlaf tnm cfitrrk JOHN F WA7WS 120 E Randolph SI Cafcao m 9cfloitflchicagofrom vatran Railroad man UNMARKED NEGLECTED I Grave of John Fitch the Inventor I of the Steamboat at t Bardstown t That some men are born to tollifor others to reap the reward of their Ian hors was never more lP than in the case of tlylllustratedI original inventor of says tie Bardstown the name of Robert Fulton shines bel fore the public and bis fame apreads wider and wider as the inventor of the steamboat Fitch lies in an almost unknown and unmarked grave in the sadly neglected Bardstown cemetery But for the records preserved In Jhj County Clerks office describing the location of the spot his grave could not be found John Fitch was born in Windsor Conn January 21 1743 antI died In Bardstown July 1798 aged fiftyfive years After receiving a common school education he learner the silver smiths trade He enlisted in n New Jersey regiment In the Revbltitlonnry War and was ma e a Lieutenant but oon afterward resigned Fitch completed his first xteamb at and had it ready for a trial trip on the Deleare in 1782 twenty one years before Fulton made his attempt with he Clermont Pitchs boat was six ty feet In length The prnpelllnRtn were paddles suspended by tbe upper ends of their shafts und moved by a series of cranks The rial trip was successful and during the next three years he built steamers that ran between Philadelphia i nd Burlington at a speed of Irom fon to seven miles per hour In 1785 he petitioned Congress i nd the Legislatures of Virginia Penm yl rants Maryland New Jet ey D la ware and New York to era t him jld to perfcct and tt tiii lventlc is and presented a rr 11I1lithe 1 at models and tube boiler to the Am ri j can Pbrowpbtcul Rficlitv VoD n y win granted him ouly Ue exrlul ive prlvifgii t uaviat certain streams by hontn poJellei btn j glnes ol uttam1 He continued to nwVe initiroe merits anti four jmt later neln C j tionel Congress U gritit him it jat Jut without Mirretf Jlr uxt uld lIon France Eaglund end- unSv hut these countries were 00 Interested in wars to any att n j ion to tile petitionsIPrevious to his inventions FI ch came to Kentucky and preemc ed 1000 acres of land in Nelson cour y This was In 1778 Two years alter he was appointed deputy surveyor for tCOLOrELJOllN FBAJiELIX WATERS OF CHICAGO f Captain John U Iragent for various rail i road com panics for the past twenty four ydaru- connected with tllO- Potoffloo Department tor six years the Police Department for six years and at nres IyalKentucky and while engaged in this work was captured by Indians but Lscon afterward escaped In 1795 he came to Bardstown and settled upon his lands Here he be came despondent and finally gave hlmselup to habitual drunkenness It Is said that when his tract of land was reduced to 700 acres he bargained with a tavern keeper to give him half of jt if he would board him while he lived and allow him a pint of whisky each day Pitch had one friend who believed In him and stood by him until death This was Alex McCown the first Jailer of Nelson county with whom he lived and died and who burled him McCown preserved Fitchs steamboat model for years until it with other interesting objects which had belonged to Fitch were destroyed in the burning of McCowns house in 1804 I That Fitch had made an unhappy marriage is attested by an extract from an old manuscript left by him In which he says I know of noth lag so perplexing and vexatious to a man of feeling as a turbulent wife and steamboat building I experienced the former and quit in season and I had I been in mv right senses I should have treated the latter In the same manner But for one man to be teased with both he must be looked upon as the most unfortunate man in the world In his will which was probated in Nelson county August 14 1798 be bequeathed to John Rowan his leaver hat shoe knee and stock buckles walking stick and spectacles and to Dr William Thorton of Washington D C to Eliza Vail daughter of i Aaron Vail Consul oi the United I States at LOrient and to John Row 011hlasecured the tract of land now famous as Federal Hill noted as the birthplace of that world famous song My Old Kentucky Home and also as the birthplace of a Princess Marie Reid Judge Rowans grandaughter who lilt August became the Princess Rosplgllost of Italy After SeventyFive Years A visit to the old home is one of the most delightful experiences oi old age In New England mor mId more has been made each year ol the feellnt for the old homestead and It is only natural that the old home paper The Youths Companion should participate In this renewal ot- I old home acquaintance Last week the publishers ot The Youths Companion erjoyed a visit from uue ot their seventyflvtyear1 f veteran soldier and a prominent rusts bcrofOARCarnpNo102Captain JG12 Prairie Aye Chicago III writes For twenty yens I suffered with chronic catarrh but thanks to Peruna I am now entirely cured Of It affords mo much pleasure to tusks a tatcmcn tin behalf ot your meritorious remedy Peruna I have u od lame for rOllclaImyear I cheerfully recommend Peruse to anyone suffering from catarrh as Ibelieve that nzlntnycaeit will prOTe a sure CuretJptaiflJohn II Lyon Address The Pornns Medicine Coot tras1lterattro subscriber Mr R W Peabody of Chicago now nlneifone yearsyct 1 who had been spending a in New England JIe Is one of the few subscriber on record who has taken The YouthsCompanion toO tin uously since its first issue April 17 1827 The letter in which he sent his original subscription was one of the first he ever wrote Through young manhood nm iHJ and old age through Umeof Und time of peace In New EnglRtyl apd in the West through aU the Jas seventyfive years ot his life his one constant compan- Ion has been theaid Youths Com panion The growth ptThe Companion it self Irom the Itswall fourpage Ifsnts tOthe creat family paper of the present is merely typical of the growth of tht cjnjntry during Mr Pabodys The wonderful triumphs ol steaii ind electricity the great invrnHnns thnt made the nine teentb certirvtbat It was nearly all occurred in thtprod thlougb which Mr PeabKiyVdThe Youths Com pardon have pad side by side The rarttdt ijtatcdy holds for the pap r is nuUieciuse ot its age but because the pfrfrjlihoogh tbe same in purpose In it hst Issue as in that severilylie rcaii dgn bbs kept pace with all tb fxirhordlnarr devel opuicnto iheke hree generations and instead ol iruKold has grown young In tnti rirly In originality and in the nbHtj lJ krow and supply the literary w aU oJ the American family CATARRHIVIU Slt CAT WffHIo tYSG1Eayi t1 ijctiiu-s lUtati no 1- ujnnloudrn It I quirklv absoefi 001 Ulrw 1tU 11JI1 oner If Ica cod- t1fLasa Us ltlainitjui 1hlftbl OLD HEAD Membrane Itfforra lh UttiK ot Taste sad tittiU Lllrno JSnt lit Hnir0 t orbj niUl Trlalo in r nU malt Elv IIHJIUtr cI1 ier York CHICHEaif ERS ENGLISH NIYROYAL PILLS O llocoJO I8I1b tlit Knre AIwfl 5ftab1 Ladipa uk pruitlot IIor CIIICIIIMTKirM tULtNII In Vd u UiilU tottllo bOloeIIto with blu nbbom Tobnnuulhrr ltrru danCruua sabs- uIuIinaaI Imitation llurorourUnirtnnr civl Ir In ktAium fur iairulars Tiall munlnU uid Krllrr roe LadiloTrt 50147tUrugItICHICUEQTBR OBBUtOAIj OO 2100 JSMlUva Mqmro IM ILA ftIIutIa pm F I I p r S M J 1 IA i I V y BEAVER DAMS GREATEST STOREA I ipiEI BARNES BRO 1 The central and most economical trading place for the purchasing public of the entire Green River Country This great establishment has made Beaver Dam the famous SEAL as the largest distributing point in this section of the State It buys more goods buys better goods ands lls them at more reosonable prices as is evidenced by OF APPROVAL set by hundreds of satisfied customers Spurred on by this successful verdict we are determined to keep alive and increase the interest we have already awakened by offering GENUINE VALUES throughout the entire season Since our buyers returned from the market our time has been completely taken up in prepar ing an unusually large number of our patterns for Easter We beg to announce that we have prepared our main building and that every department is full of the seasons newest and sappiest merchandise that it was possible for our experierced and tasty buyers to procure Everything new and springlike Do not fail to take a peep into our great stores of Spring Styles and Fashions w Clothing Department We buy this line from some ofthe most reputable factories for high class suits In this section and can show you more than three times as many pattern as any other house In this county We feel that we cnn please you and serve you better in this department than any other store within your reach It coats you nothing to look Its a pleasure for us to show them to you Why not guard your on in terest by looking through our line S5 per suit buy a nice line ol plain and lancy suits f7 3 and 10 buys the greatest line oi plain and iaccy suits you ever saw from the lightest colorings to solid blacks 12 15 i8 and 20 buys the nobbiest newest and bent quality ol suits the market affords Boys and Childrens Suits We have any style most in them at the lowest pos sible prices Boys and youths suits 150 to 10 Childrens coat and pauts1 to 5 Childrens vestee suits SI 50 to 5 Childrens Russia blouse 2 50 to 500 Carets Rugs and Oil Cloths This is to remind you that we carry the only regular line ol carpets in this section Bring the meas ure and diagram of your room and we cut your carpet to match before leaving our store Mattings 150 soc 250 300 and 350 per yard Ingrains 300 350 4oc soc 6oc 700 and 750 per yaid Hemp 15 and 2oc per yard Oil Cloth 250 and 30C per yard Smyrna Rugs35 Srso 200 250 and 500 Moquette 100 250 nod 350 Mens Boys and Childrens Hats This season affords more novelties in shapes and colorings than ever be lore We have used our best judgment In selecting the rarest and most be coming shapes and our regular trade is buying them right along Come and see these new things We have them in straws also ranging in price from 150 to 3 All staple shapes from 500 to 3 Straws in all shopessoc to 150 Hartford Republican J tmt frtdatitii ttiiHa rtferd fab Cojatarporat nterid itHirtfcrd postoffici as secotdclmmsll mattlr CctCO C= c=czlonInoub 1v z == Jolly IICMIY TIIUMISFdtorF- RIDAY APRIL 4 AM unusually modest March wind began to blow arrogantly in its 181t days and blew out thirty lives and five million dollars worth of propel tySunday MAIl HANNA is asking his ineci to discourage the effort being made to bring him forward as a presidential candidate That be is sincere about this matter those who know his real character do not doubt but the popular demand for his candidacy increase with the increasing popular faith In his Biucerity COL WATTERSOX ia paying an awful price for the possibility of two nominations After a fearless figbt k of fifty years for the fittest as he saw it he now out Bryana Bryan in his Appeals to the rabble The frank fearless journalist becomes the fawn ing fearful officehunter But of such is the kingdom of politics JUDGE John J Milliken of Frank lin candidate for the Democrat nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals was in Hartford last week and Judge Warren E Settle of Bowling Green is hero this week on a similar mission We do not enjoy the confidence of Democratic coun eel but it looks to an outsider like Judge Millikens case in Ohio county was pretty well settled CHIEFLY through the efforts of Hon A B Bennett a bill was passed at the recent session of the Legislature fixing the charges of mills grind ing for toll at oneeighth for slean mills and oneseventh for water mills A similar law already existed ex cept tbat it applied only to cuitoo mills and the millers took advantag of the provisions of the law by incorporating as merchant mills Tin new law will take effect in May The full text of the bill will appear next week COEOKESSMAX Richardson the Democrat floor Iccdor playeda game of cheap politics in the House but week by reporting something rotten in Denmark II Richardson re ported to the House that the King dom of Denmark through its secret agents had expended 500000 iu bribing CtngreskHe in tko natter of 1 i the sale of the Danish Antilles to the United States Richardsons lit tie political bomb has exploded damaging jnly its author WATCH our issue of May 3rd We will be so many years old tbat day and in order to have the paper contain an unusual feature on our birthday we are going to publish a list of our lost friends THE REPUBLICAN has some friends it baa not seen or heard from for several years and lest they be dead or moved away and not receiving the weekly message we send them we will publish their names and addresses tbat our other friends may advise us of their where about Watch our issue of tbe 3rd of May THE prevalence of murder and otber serious crimes in Ohio county is simply appalling There are confined in the jail here tvro men chart ed with murder two charged with housebreaking to say nothing of a score of others charged with gray crimea who are out on bond Life and property are no longer secure and as a result of this state of affair the courts established for the protec tection of both have fallen into popular contempt This condition wIll not always be endorsed by the peac and orderloving citizens of Ohio county The time is not far distan if shocking crimes continue to accu n ulate when the fury ofa mob will bring lasting shame upon the court that forces men to preserve the peac of the community by desperate roeam p 100 Howard SIOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at leas one disease that science ha been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cur Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional desease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of thi disease and giving the patieni strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send foi list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Aalls Family Pills art the best T REYNOLD STATION KY AprlllMrWUscin Chapman nd- I amlly of Westerfield visited friends here last week John Chapman Ii very sick IMr Belle DeWeese and niece Miss va Black ol Glendene are the I guest of Mrs Mary Coleman Messrs Ktnest Haynet Juie and 25 buys a nice line and gray skirting cloth cents buys tIe greatest of Suit Skirt and Waist goods you ever seen Silk in and solid colors in solid colors nnd stripes Vene tians in all Skirtings in plain and stripes cents yard elegant of Etermlne striped Meltons Ceclllans Mohair and in all the latest 150 line oi Gloria London twineand Mohairs In the effect that are before has a season unfolded so many new weaves and patterns in Wash before has this store made such a show ing as you are invited see for Waists and Suits 50 to per yard Millinery Department Miss Viola Pirtlc assisted by two able and with the largest andI best selected of upto date that was in our store is ready to her old and anxious to and please many new ones Special given to Huts to Mail orders solic ited and promptly Walter Harrison left for Rocky Ford Col last Monday Mr Alfred Reynolds who is attend ing Hartford College spent Saturday and Sunday at home here Miss Myrtle Lawson entertalnec several young people Saturday night All report a time Mr J L Owen went to LoulsvlUi MondayMr M Reynolds has mumps Mr Owen Bartlett of Whitesville was in town Monday Mr W P Taylor and family of were guests of Mrs G G Lanum Sunday Master Earl Swinney and sister Miss Lyllan of Deanfield visitei their Mr and Mrs R S Lanum of Reynold last week 0 BEDA KY April 2Mr has taken possession dwelling am grocery house that he recently pur chased hisIremain through the tobacco season Mr Amos Shown who has beet very sick of is Improving Arabros Miller has got gus mill in and will grind every Fri Alberta Grcer began her school at the Della schoolhouse March the 31s- ttIt Hermon Sunday School reorganized the3oth VIDI p Better Than Pills The has been asked In what way are Stomach superior to pills Our answer is They are and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills arc more harsh in effect and their use is often followed by Foi sale by all KY April 2Mr S W Greer who has been very sick for the past few days is better Mr M S Shultz and family moved yesterday to R B Martin farm near Cromwell they will make their home The meeting conducted here by Revs S J Thompson and Walker it this place closed Sunday with good results Bro Ormbry of Whitesville will preach this place next Sunday Mr Rice Hunt who has been confined to his room with the is ible be out again Mr Barrett Arbuckle of Gllstrap Butler county has corns to live with his uncle Mr Leslie Arbuckle for L Dress Goods Departmet We wish tp emphasize the fac t tbat Miss Fannie Barnes buyer and distributor lor this department brrher exquisite taste and though edge of Fashions demand Is realty at all times to give you and show you pattern plates thnt will en able you to make H garment that is strictly stylish and tiT sltrt colors that will llarnoniz with tbe com plexiun Vhnve H superb line of nil the new things for full SuitsslcUU rind waists Twenty to = per yard buys an elegant line ol fancy and ala pie Dress Fabrics In all the latest col orings Thirty cents per yard ol granite Fifty per yard line have stripes Mohair colors Cray Seventyfive per buys an line Cloth Melrose colorings One dollar to buys a Silks light weight airy new Wash Fabrics Never Fabrics Never magnificent now to Everything from soc assistants equipped stock Millinery fever opened welcome trade doubly serve attention order executed his ofthe good Haynesvllle grandparents CUPID Frank Hicks ofthe pneumonia slowlyMr his order dayMiss Chamberlains Liver Tablets easier constipation druggists NARROWS the where future at mumps to prow suggestions JAKE EDWIN ROWE Was Indicted Saturday in Han cock County for Being Drunk on DutyI Jake Rowe his been indicted again says the Owensboro Inauirer At blllilagainst official duty and being incapacitated for that reason This leaves county with the invidious McLeanI ol being the only county in trictin which hehas not been Indicti ed though he has been dr many times in that county when be i should have been attending to the I duties of the office to which he was elected by the ptople as Jn any other county in the district The people of the district have wondered whether or not there was any way of getting rid of Rowe as commonwealths attoaney They have been told that the only remedy was through impeachment proceedings in the senate but the btst lawyers are now ol the opinion that the indict ment now pending against him in the Daviesa circuit court II successful offers a sure means of removing him from the office that he has disgraced to long I It will be remembered that lot the former term ol the court Attorney Hays Sitting as special judge sun tamed a demurrer to an indictment for malfeasance in office committed by receiving money from and corruptly agreeing with William Powell and Forrest Hlter to dismiss the charge against them for suffering gaming on their premises and receiving from them 50 in consideration of which sum he agreed to and did dismiss the indictments against them The court oi appeals reversed judge Hays decis- Ion and in the opinion used the fob lowing words The commonwealths attorney is the representative of the stats in all criminal proceeding in his district If he may compound crime and allow the murderer to go unpun ished then the administration of jim tice may be stifled until the legislature meets in its biennial session of sixty I days The tardy remedy by impeach ment is wholly inadequate The opinion written by Judge Hobson states the law to be that on conviction Rowe may be removedj- Irma office shall be fined not less than 200 nor more than 1000 and barred from the right ol suffrage or ten years The proof before the grand jury was positive the parties who paid the money being before that iqdy and exhibited the receipts given hen by Rowe It is presumed that I W B Corsets The new Spring styles of this most excellent has- tof Corsets is on our shelves ready for your inspec lion The nnine sufficient guarantee ot their pop ularity and durabilityaThe new Straight Fronts soc ft and 125 New Summer Corsets 50C 2 New Girdles soc and 750 Nursing Corsets ft oo Lace Curtains and Window Shades A great line ol new Spring Lice Curtains in nil Itbe now effects Prices the lowest ever quoted onf uptoiate goods Our strongest line we price at i 150 175 2 and 250- Window Shades 7 feet long at iqc 350 and Soc Window Shades 8 Sect long at 400 and Soc Shoes Shoes ShoestOur new styles are here and they are marvels ot Shoe elegance They are more graceful in build and are of bette quality price for price than has ev er been shown here Buells fine Shoes for men 2 50 to 450 Mens Vici Kids Casco Call 150 to 2 00 Mens Iow Cuts 1 50 to 2 50 Ladies uptodate Kid Shoes 1 So to 3 50 Misses uptodate Kid Shoes 1 to 2 Childrens Shoes SOC to 150 Childrens Red Pink and Blues 750 to 150 Slippers Slippers- Our line ol Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers are now arriving and will be ready for exhibition by April 5 This line is no exception to our rule It it the greatest we had ever had Neckwear for Ladies and Gents The prettiest line we have ever shown In Club Bows 250 In Club Ties t 25c In Child Bows 250 In FourlnHnnds 250 and juc In Ladles New Shape 250 Soc and 750 DONT FAIL to eee our line of f oft and stiff boiom Shirts This is one of our strongest lines See the variety we show with or without collars and cuffs for soc and 75C See the prettiest line it is possi ble fur a shirt maker to produce at 100 I Constipation Does your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Aycrs Pills arc They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 2sc At iftujrrtts 1Want jour moustache or I ru a boanWul I or rich bk II HUM I- BUCKINGHAMSI nvtfor the I LIiIWhlskors I0 tL 00R P W at kt4 NM he proof will be the same on the trial of the case in which event convictionJ Is certain The full Insisted on by County Attorney ClemI- ents and In this demand he Lacked by an outraged people am he judgment will follow the law Mr Clements says he will be ready at the April term ol court The case Is et for hearing on April 16 Row will insist on a continuance but it Is not believed that it will be necessary to grant It I Sons of Veterans will meet in Hart lord Saturday April 5 1902 Important meeting Every member Is arnectly requested to attend BEN S ClIAMBPRtIK Capt ROCKPORT KY April rMIII Ada Hendrie of this city has accepted a position with iibbs James general merchants at Rochester Miss Hendries many friends wish her success with this lonorable position Mr L S Campbell the popular iheckwelghman at Kchols was li his city yesterday on business Mr Luther Ham Sr has returned from Evansville Mrs 111 Reid and little daughter liarguerlte are visiting friends and relatives in Hartford this week Marshall Geo Tillprd nnd Addle Aus tin of Rockport went to Hartford with two prisoners Alvin Baker and Celly Render 01 color who hid a hooting riot In the colored Old Fellows Hall at thin plrce last Saturday tight Mr B C Petty went ta McHcnry today on business Mr Horace Pierce will go to Bevier imorrow on business Mr J D Render of Morgantown was in Rockport today en route to Cumberland rier where he is in the teamboat business Messrs Dan Southnrd Miller Reid and Gabe Jackson will leave here next Saturday night for Hattisburg Mls8 where they will be employed by the G S I R R Co Mr Stanley Dempsy will leave for 1 trip to Morgantown nod Bowling Green to night Rev R W Dands of Nelson was- In town to day W J R I KYSULPHUR SPRINGS April IFarmerl are doing some work now The old saw the trult Is all killed is heard on every side hove shall have some truit despite the lamentations ol the cold weather ca lamity bowlerIA protracted meeting Is in progres at Mt Vernon Bro Lanhain doe s all the work We expected Bro Du vail ol Calhoun but lor some reason he did not conic Rev C R Crowes wife and Rev Frank Atkinsons wile brth 01 the Eastern part of the State are vUltlni their parents Mr and Mrs Wm 11 Acton near Rosine Misses Ella and Mamie Jones oC Fordsvllle are visiting the family of Mr Charlie Huff near this place Miss Emma Morris has gone to Central City to spend the summer with relatives Miss Stella Acton who has been hI Hartford for a month has returne homeMrs S S Acton is ill at this writ ing with measles Tommy Doling who cut his loot badly tome time ago is able to be out again Mr J T Snell and Miss Susi Allen were married on the evening 01 the 30th at the home of Mr Jerom Allen near Jingo Rev T J Actoi officiating Our best wishes and old shoes go with them Mr H C Acton and wife ol Dundee visited Mr Actons parents nea Rosine Sunday We haven letter Irom our friend How To Gain FleshPersons have been known to- gain a pound a day by taking- an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able ordinaryrood gainisA certain amount of flesh Is necessary for health j if you have bytaking Scolls fmmSIOJr You will find it just as useful In summer upondontsoc IId 1100 ill dnittUlt SC TTfcBOWjrEChrtUtNi yet a 4 Underwear Our new Spring and Summer nderwear for Ladles Misses and Children tor Men and- DOYIre a beautiful quality nd extra good values Ladles Vests 50 toe 2C 5C and soc Mens Shirts 250 jac Sue 75C and fi In this connection we wish to call your attention to our line ot Hosiery for Men and Boys also or LadIes Misses and Children We are showing the new White Pink nail Blues for Children Furniture in Furniture are now on the floor No matter Oar new Spring styles atofwhether you wish to buy or not we invite you to come and make yourself We have over two thousand test ol floor space devoted exclusively to he exhlbltltlon ol this line of gods and we know that we can show you the best line in your vicinity Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers The planting season it altnuat upon ui and successful tanning can only be Fertller that will give life andCommercialattained by the proper use ol a vitality to the soil and that supplies sufficient plant food to jnourifh the crop until properly matured These Icu have been fully demonstrated In the Horse Shoe Brand by its continued use by the most successful farmers In this section ol the State lor eighteen years We handle the Homestead Tobacco rower for Tobacco We carry the following grades at the prices Indicated per hundred pounds- Quickacting Phosphate 9 i3oneandPotuh 110 Corn ami Wheat Grower 0 0 r3S Challenge Corn Grower 0Isu Pure ground Bone 0 0 165FlneRawbone 0 Homestead Tobacco Grower a oo E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Ky I = 1 MALARIAMeans bad air and whether it comes from the low lands and An marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities I and towns its effect upon the human system is the same I Chills and fever troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because the liver and kidneys fall to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted aridsluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The germs and poisons that so and weaken the body and destroy the lifegiving properties of the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome out of the system before the patient can nope to get rid of Malaria and its effects S S S does this and quickly produces an change in the blood reaching every organ and hating them to vigorous healthy action S possesses not only purifying but tonic and the general health improves and the Increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Potash or other mineral in S S S It is strictly and a vegetable Write us about your case and our physicians TsflH gladly help their advice to regain your health Bookon blood and skirt free TilE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Corporal Jas D Turnham of the Philippine Islands He is stationed i at Mlsamls Mlndanas Island and says his regiment ia in a tight place on guard day and night and ex peeling a fight at any time The is land seems to be all under control except that that point and the boys are having some exciting experiences trying to capture the Dagoi as they call them FRITZ BJTTKBMAN S S Kindly Take Notice that Elyfl Liquid Cream Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the bead of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is 75 eta Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York tOn account Confederate Reunion Dallas Texas April 22nd to 25th round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Dallas at rate ol 1630 lor round trib Tickets on sale Apri- l8I91 and 20 limited to return April 30 An extension may be obtained until May 15 1902 upon payment of fee of 50 cents S A VANMKTKB Agent NoticeIAlt persons having claims against the estate of W A Sandefur deceas ed will present the same to me prop erly proven on or before June 2 1902 or they wlllhe forever barred This March it 1902 Wi F SAND I1gRAdmr i ol WASandeiur 344t Cromwell Ky I r Invisible tfEnemy to Health I UlbyNoxious enUreI iscnlcI ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY rxcotroilTKo Talk being cheap and necessary lyou should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with tbe whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the v Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense U you say so We connect with all In J dependent Companies For particu mrs call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Ky Outvlul Tiliikiii AND TelegraphCOMPANY I r INCORPOIIATRD t Operating exchanges find toll lines I in Kentucky IndanaMls isslppi and connected by its Long Distint line thlrtrfiveStsurroundlug I yamsble pi furnishing service to parties living rdlstlnc h other information may be obtained at tthe exchange over Williams drug store KyC Manager I Ifyou are in need of upto dato Statipnory como to TUB REPUBLICAN office P cD L y U I J1 Jr 1 ctTrJt I r JO frui UTOlW t NO SPECIAL SALES NO BATES CATCHES SIMPLY NOi t iBest Goods For Least Money ALWAYS AT a II You Should See Before Buying I- e Our WHITE GOODS our EMBROIDERIES our WASH GOODSour SILKS our WOOLEN I DRESS GOODS our MILLINERY our tHOSIERY our UNDERWEAR our BELTS I SLIPPERS in fact our ENTIRE LINE Itour fL t SPRING GOODS 4 tt Every Department is brimful of BIG BARGAINS Visit us Wo ore euro to 44please you 1 A complete line of McCall Patterns i shown nt our Pattern counter Price lOc nnd 15c Subscriptions for Modulis Mag tli nzino taken here Price 50c per year REMEMBER THE PLACE THE GREAT BARGAINGIVERS at 1i Ii or e- Y Y I Hartford Republican iAt FRIDAY APRIL 4 Ott enp eua CM ttflhtmL 11 CONSUMPTION City RestuInt t Call on Caron Bro+ for groceries Call on Cuteon Bros lor seed pots toes Everything good to est at City RetI taurant Miss LlKle Walker was In LooU vltle last week room tree at B B Collins CoV etabletMr Thomas Butler Shreve U in tLouisville thin weekJKtcet line ol fancy Mood in Hart ford at City Restaurant Gross Wlllltms will sell you a IeWI s lag machine from S up t 1 1 jC R Martin jeweler add watch makerat Williams drug storec Come and see onr Glngfainu and Mercerized Linens CARSON Cot L Use only Singer Machine Oil I GROSS WILLIAMS Agt I Bargain days atone store sir days in the week CARSON lit Co i I GroAs Williams handles all kinds of sewing machine repairs See him Amen Buggies the best on theI market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Kv Come and look at our sllksproI ducts of the silk worms brain CARSON Co I Tired Out CI I was very poorly and could the house 1 was t1 oeldttook two bottles to mate me reel JperfectlywellVMrs N S Swln t ney Mo Tired when you go to bed tired when you get up tired all the time Wny Your blood Is im Jpure thats the reason Youoare living on the border line of nerve eX haustion Take Ayers an quickly curedA- kreurdoeterwkatketklakalarera lir neddn gotkwauadrteaaad- wawWMaenaed I II v ararrI I Mr H P Taylor is In Cincinnati this weekaMrs W H Barnes and son Glenn is have mumpIlion A S Bennett came home from Frankfort Friday bIweeks COrangMPigs Raisins and Cocoanut at City T Restaurant Call on Carson Bros at their newI store and be supped with the best the larket affords Our Spring Suits are up to the last tick ol the clock la style CARSON lit Co Mr Lafe James ol Kansas Is at bedside ol his mother near Select is very low II your Kids trouble you try ours Firstclass Kid Gloves 750 tojioo CARSON lit Co Mr M L Shreve has sold his farm Trlsler and will move to Color do this spring Every buyer compliments us on dlsplavrti spring neckwear CARSON lie Co Judge W H Barnes and Superin tendent JIB DeWeeae went to Crom well Saturday We have bats to please the young men that know whats what CARSON lit Co Carson Bro have moved into their new store second door from Bank of Hartford Call and see them Our Ladles Slippers are beauties stylish comfortable CARSON Co Wagons Buggies Phaetoia Sntrles and all other kinds of vehicles for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky pur tow prices make Iriends of ourI customers and enemies ol our comp itors CARSON lit Co I Mr and Mra Leland Smith of Louisville were the guests of Mr W H Griffins lamlly the first of the week Hold on to your Clothes money until you get an idea of our prices CARSON Co Gross Williams has changed the name oi his widely known bqslness house from Singer Office to City Reataurnt Telephone u your orders Free delivery Rough Rivet phone No 63 Cumberland 103 CARSON ct Co Mrr Henry Field of this city and Mn Dr J S Colemati of Beaver Dam are spending the peck with frteid in Oft ro I Mr A R Renfrew of Dundee is in Louisville a Get your good thing to eat at City Restaurant Fish and Oysters at City Restau rant tomorrow Mr D W Kimmel of Cernlvo WAS in town yesterday Mr IV W Mitchell ut Olaton was In town yesterday Mrs J L Rogers Greenville Is very 111 of conTamptlon 4Hon R C Jarnagin Beaver Dam gave us a call yesterday Mr Geo Maddox of Rockport was InJJvansvllle last week Fried Flstt and Oysters at City Res taurant Monday County Court Our low prices echo throughout the country CARSON Co Mr N C Daniel Cromwell was a welcome visitor at this office yesterday t Messrs R W Ragland and Henry Landrum Roslne were In the city Tuesday Miss Eva Robertson of near Hart ford will teach a spring shoal at Point Pleasant Come look at our Suits andtake your pick Yon are sure to pick a winner CARSON Co Your coming merely to look at our Clothing pleases us CARSON Co Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky Jar special bargains in Buggies and Vagons Born to the wife ot Mr Shelby Wallace near No Creek Wednesday morntpg a bouncing boy Oar line of Woolen Carpets are beauties Come and see CARSON Co Mr JH Morrison of Owensboro IsttetJ his brother Mr Clarence Mor titan the first of the week T Mr and Mrs Frank L Felix and hlldien are visiting Mr Felixs par nts near Olaton this week ForSprlng we have skimmed the ream from the products of Haber ashery CARSON Co Wanted all yonr produceat the Ighest market price CARSON Co We had yourcomfort in mind when we bought our spring nblrta 500 to- ir CARSON Co Yon wont hesitate where to buy yonr spring dress ifyou come in to look at our Roods CARSON Co The little girls report a delightful time at the Enterparty given by little IngcOn account of over confidence in a 9 Mr Eugene Kirby of Narrow wearing a good sized patch on his roseGross Williams is still agent for the woiderfnl Singer Sewing Machine the beat on earth See or write to Mraud Mrs Fon Rogers were at Centertown Yesterday the guests of Rogers parents Mrand Mrs S BrbnIMiss Sallie Taylor who Is attend school at Louisville was at home last week but returned to that city SatnrdayIDrA F Stanley has bought Mr Fon Rogers residence property on Clay street and will occupyStabout May the rat Mr Willie Hurt who has been a clerk in A R Renfiow Cos store at Dander for the two past years has gone to Rockport Ind Mr Emery Tillord an employe 01I the Gulf lit Ship Island H R Co atI Iiatlf burg Mlalls spending a few days with friends at Roc port Thq prettiest and cheapest Millin ery goods will befound at the Economy Dry GoodsStore MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH The choicest Groceries are found at our store Prices very low Free delivery to any part ol townCARSON Co Bring your wool feathers And eggs to the Economy Dry Goods Store We pay the highest market prices Mas SARA COLLINS SMITH Your hosiery will be on display when you wear yonr lowcut shoes New Patterns in Hoslety here- CARSON Co Mr Ben D Ringo came down home Saturday and returned to his duties Chairman of the State Board of Equalization at Frankfort Wednesday Dont forget to come and look at the pretty things in our Millinery de partment Hats to suit every one Prices rock bottom CARSON Co The Economy Dry Goods Store has the biggest line ut tobacco canvas ever brought to Hertford Come and see belore buying MRS SARA COMINS SMITH IM T B Burden of Horse Branch and fiisa Annie Little of Magan were married Idthe county clerks office yesterday morning Rev G J Bean performed the nuptial service County attorney Tom Underwood of gill lOw stayed all night with Mr and Mrs Sob Forrester last Wednes day night Mr and Mn Forrester enjoyed Toms visit very much and would be glad to pee him oftea- t Mrs Fannie Robertson McKlnlcy graduate nurse of Louisville alter n stay oi severe weeks with her alsterI Mrs MKTichenor at Point returned to her home In the city this week Mr Henry Landrum ot Spring Lick has bought Stewart Stewarts saloon at Rosine Henry is an old friend ol our boyhood and ii the peo ple of Roslne must have a saloon it couldnot bri in better hands than his Mrs William Brown of the West Providence neighborhood died last Thursday of consumption after an illness ot several weeks Interment took place Saturday at the West Providence cemetery The nobbiest line ol Gents Wear Is found at the Economy Dry Groods Store Litest in Spring Suits Hats Neckwear Hosiery e Come and see for yourself MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH On account of Musical Festival Louisville April the 21st and 23rd round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return at one lare fur round trip Tickets on sale April the slat and 22nd limit for return April 24 1901 Read E P Barnes Bros big ad II in this paper today We will give one years subscription to TUB REPUB LICAN to the person sending us first the correct number of objects pictured in the ad Pictures representing the intelligible objects only will be counted I Drop into my store next door to Bank ot Hartford for Hardware Stoves Stove Repairs Tinware Roofing In Carpenters Tools Staple and Fancy Gtdcerles c My motto shall be quick cash sales at small but fair profits both to myself and friends Given me a trial W S TINSLOT Mr Joseph Snell of Hartford and Miss Susie Allen of Jingo were married at the residence of the brides father Mr Jerome Allen Sunday Rev J Acton performed the ceremony Mr Snell Is a worthy young farmer and Miss Susie is a beautiful and charming young lady May their voyage adown lifes stream beaspleas lot as dreams ol sunshine and song Mrs S M James died Monday evening at her home in Select of consumption alter many years ol suffer- Ing Interment took place Tuesday evening at the Smith burying ground sear Select Mrs James was a devot ed member of the Christian church a most estimable lady neighbor and rlend She leaves a devoted hus band withwhom she associated for more than forty years and four chil irenThe matrimonial fever seems to be contagious in the family ol Mr Jerome Allen near Jingo December 1901 John L Allen married Miss Dellllsh Stevens January 15 1902 Henry Allen married Miss Mary Schapmlte and March 30 Miss Susie Allen was married to Mr Joseph Snell If there Is another family in Ohio county that can beat the marry ing record of this one we should like to hear from it Since we announced that Ohio county had a genuine divine healer n the person of good old farmer Eli Howard some jealous partisan of John Alexander Dowie the Chicago divine healer has sent us a copy ol Leaves of Heating Dowies organ for he propagation rfhis divine art Dowie claims to be the prophet Ell Jab rejuvenated and modernized to meet the needs of changed conditions We have no tight to make upon di vine healer Dowie but we want to In sist upon our people patronizing home industries when needing treat ment in the healing line Divine healer Howard dont publish any magazines but when it comes to heal- Ing the sick present or absent he is right up with Dowlefi best work r Mules for Sale Three mules four years old work well For further particulars call on or address this office Big Mill For Sale Wo offer for sale our com bination Flour Grist and Sawmill situated in Center town Ky This mill is in splendid condition and com mands a largo trade It is ft 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 now family residence which will also bo sold For terms and other particu lars write or telephone to RENEER BROS- Contertown Ky In County Court T C Uosey qualified as Deputy County Clerk Rev W N Miller qualified to sol emnize the rights ol matrimony Jerome Allen was and qualified as constable of theSulphur Springs Magisterial District IMrs Hannah Burton qualified as administratrix the estate of Thomas Button deceased Sam W Leach L H Leach John Austin were appointed appraisers of the estate ol Thomas Button de ceased JH Loyd qualified aadministra tor oi the estate of Mrs Matilda Board deceased ANOTHER KILLING Netter Gilstrap Shoots to Death Tom Burton at Cromwell Saturday About 3 oclock Saturday alternoon at Cromwell Netter Gilstrap shot and instantly killed Thomas Burton Gilstrap was immediately arrested and brought here and lodged in jail Gilstrap was brought Into court yes terday tor examining trial but on ac count of absent witnesses the case was continued till next Tuesday The killing was the result of IIII datlllgbackboy bought about a dollars worth ol groceries from jllstrap and had them charged to his father Some misun derstanding about this debt was the origin of the ill feeling which result ed in the killing of Burton Saturday About a year ago Gilstrap and Burton had a scrap in which Burton cut Gilstrap In a number fci places The men had not met since till Saturday evening when Gilstrap came out ol Cooper Martins store and without speaking to Burton fired three shotIat him at close range one fect in Burtons head and the other two In his body killing him Instantly Eye witnesses inform us that Burton was talking with some parties nearJthe store mentioned and did serve Gilttrap belore he shot Gilstrap says Burton had threatened his life and that he was making an effort to draw a gun when be fired A gun was found on Burtons body after he was killedGilatrap wasimmedlately arrested by Esq Geo Martin apd Sheriff Keown telephoned for Sheriff Keown started at once for Cromwell and brought Gilstrap over and lodged him jail Saturday nighttflotfeecThe firm oi Miller Westerfield 4 having been dissolved all parties knowing themselves indebted to the told firm must settle same at once and save tost All old accounts are dueZ and payable to me FRAME WESTERFIJILDI Lannam In Jail Depnty SheriffJ H Roberts arrest ed James Lanbam at Fordsvllle Wed 1sednctlouure to make a 500 bond brought him to Hartlord to lodge bim in jail Roberts and his prisoner arrived at the jail about dark and Lanham cre ated a scene that brought big crowd ol the curious to the jail yard by noisily protesting that he would die before he would be locked up He fi nally agreed to pay the sheriff to guard him over night which the sheriff did Yesterday morning Lan ham was still unable to make a bond and was locked up about 9 oclock Lanham is charged with seducing Iva Wedding near Sulphur Springs REPUBLICAN readers will recall a no Ice sometime In January ol Lainbam leaving Ida wife and running away with the Wedding girl The fugitive pair were gone only a few weeks when Lanham returned to his wile and Miss Wedding secured a position ss Btr attendant in St Marys Hos petal at Evansvllle Lanham was indicted at the recent tilting ol the grand fury but seems to have made no arrangements to meet the arrest that overtook him Wednesday Lanham had been a man of average character up to the time of the incident referred to but public sentiment his been very strong against him since on account of the Rood character and tender age ol Miss Wedding who was only seventeen Lunhtm says he will make a bond in a lew days Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets the best physic 1or sale by all druggists A Fearful Tragedy- A yellow dog a lean cow and a rickety division fence were the occas ion of a fearful tragedy in Cincinnati Friday morning in which a former citizen ol Hartford was the principal About 8 oclock Friday morning CM Fendleton shot and instantly killeda Mrs Baker the wife of his nearest neighbor and was Immediately lodged in jail Peniletons examining trial was completed Monday and he was held without ball Pendleton and the Bakers were close neighbors Pendleton had a dog and the Bakers had a cow The dog would slip through the broken fence and bite the cows heels Simple as this circum stances was it was the beginning ot- a feud which resulted in an encounter on the street Friday morning between Pendleton and Mrs Baker wtth the result mentioned above Coons on the Warpath At a negro festival at Rockport Sat urday night Alvin Baker Kelley Render and Bob Porter raised I rough house as the result of which Bob Pore ter and Dock Austin are seilonsly wounded and Alvin Baker and Kelley Render are In jail According to the testimony at the examining trial of Alvin Baker Baker Kelley Render and Bob Porter went to the festival with the expressed purpose of breaking it up and killing a man Alvin Baker cut Dock Austin twice and then shot him after which he shot fob Potter Baker shot Porter unintentionally as they were friends Baker is in Jail charged with malic taus cutting Kelley Render was fined Ja in Justice Wltcoxs court f r disturbing n public meeting Mare shal Tilforil biought the negroes here Tuesday ICENTRAL GROVE KY April zFarmers are busy prepar lug fur another crop that la when the weather permits Sunday Schiol was rtorganz d at the BoptUt church fourth Sunday SuperintendentI entertained at Mrs Andrew Wade Saturday night Mr S B Snell Cool Springsvlslt edtn the community recently Mrs m4 Mrs O M Bishop aad Salt Rheum It may become chronic It may cover the body with largo Inflamed burning Itching scaling patches and cause Intense suffering It has been known to do so Do not delay treatment Thoroughly cleanse the system of the humors on which this ailment de pends and prevent their return The medicine taken br Mn Ida E Ward Cove Point Hi WM Uoodt SarttputlU Bbe wrlteit t had a dliweetble Itching oa or arms which I concluded wii salt rheum I began taking floods Sarsap rlll and In two dar felt better It WM not long before I wu cured and I bare nerer bad anr skin dUeai sin- ceHoods Sarsmparlllm Promises to cure and keeps the promise It Is positively unequaled for all cutaneous eruptions Take It son Master Leon were the guests ol and Mrs Hnrlan Faught Saturday night Miss Ora Miller is visiting in Hope well the guest ol the family of Rev A Miller Mr Alney Tichenor has bought Mr Tbos R bishops firm Mr and Mrs J R Ashby Elm- wood spent Sunday night at Mr Howard Fought Mr Herbert Miller Hopewell vial ted relatives In the community recently AOXBSIA Administrator Sale As administrator oi the estate of late C H and Harriett L Stev deceased I will on Wednesday 16 at the home ol the above named deceased offer at public sale following property viz Household and Kitchen Furniture Corn Hay Wagon Buggy end Harness Gearing Tools Disk and other Harrows Plow Cultivator Seed Cleaner Forty Bladed Oat Cutter Corn Sheller Mowing Machine and Rake Cider Mill one good work four head ol sheep lour lambs two cows with calves Jersey cattle young cattle ten stands of Italian bees lumber and two house patterns S C STRVENS Administrator Marriages Mr Jo P Snell Hartford to Miss Susie Allen Jingo Mr Jan Gray Jingo to Miss Margaret Hurt Jingo Mr C H Weaver Dawson Springs- to Mrs Mattie James McHenry Mr W E Balls Smallhouse to Miss Belva Evetly Sniallhouse- Mr A D Busklll Crawley La to Miss Edna Griffin Hartlord Mr J B Burden Horse Branch to Miss Annie Little Mauan Mr E L Martin Oluton to Miss Tina Mitchell Oaton Prince Henryof Prussia belongs to the Royal familyand ofcourse wears Royal tailoring Thats uhat toe sell Royal tailoring Flee hundred latest Spring and Summer nas and staples Henry knows his book undress Royal tailoring is made for us to the measure of our customerscor rect every time to the sixteenth of an nch by The Royal Tailors of Chicago Royal tutoring if clean and wholesome no sweatshop laborandwe cia tell it at a saving of 5 to 15 on a suit as against the usual tulonng Yr1ces and you cant tel v h should be any tower in As a matter of fact it shouldnt bethe other it too high thats all Royal tailoring is fine enough for the prince of good dressersandf- ifty thousand American princes are wearing it this spring Sold ex clusively byICollinseTailors Agent Sea Samples at Cold Stor ago Plant O tt t4 If j Our Spring Opening I Cr- ifi Day was all that could have been desired from any JJ a i point of view The crowds that thronged our store = j 44 the entire day and have still continued to come is =V evidence of the fact that our invitation was accepted = fj and appreciated All who came and went away = 4wero well pleated not only with what they saw butN4 with what they bought But wo want tosay that It this Spring Announcement still continues It was b1 y merely the beginning of what wo intend to make = 4 the greatest bargaingiving period of our curare in jj ib S the mercantile business = 4 4 4 l 0e E a- f4 i i a 4 Wo are not offering 18 suits for 760 nor 15 hi 4 49 suits for y 6 We novel advertise such farce adver = J tisomcnts This we do however wo sell you n bet = r- n 4 ter suit for 750 1000 1200 or 1500 than you J 4i can buy anywhere else for thee same price parison You will find this to bo true and bycomI 4 ratio of saving applies to every article sold J SON CO Weve got a big store and a 61 goods to select from and you will find that our = word is reliable= 4 Gevesc oi1 E J Its worthseeingour display of Spring Suits for ys j Men mid Boys and Dress Goods for Wontn and J 44n Children The sight will interest every good dresser l 44 in the country while the reasonable f prices will np = 4 peal to every prudent and careful buyer Its dis = JJ play worth coming miles to see A glad hand of jt- n r 4 welcome awaiJ every cal er We certainly sell more fl Clothing and Dress Goods than any other store in i 47 It town and guess the only reason wo dont sell i tti 4 j fc 49 is because all the buyeio ao not call to see our goods J ri44 You cant miss usi44 4 ri4 ti t I CARSON CO bi tii 4 4 4 Hartford B t hi 4 41 r E 5 0 READY FOR 1 THE RUSHI ItWeore no von hand and are receiving every day one of the largest and most elegant stocks of Spring Dry Goods ever brought to this section of tl country This stock comprises everything that is X new and desirable and affords the latest styles in every line Wo are now better prepared than ove-rbefore both as to room and location to servo j tIle trading public Wo are confident that we j know how to buy good goods sdus to sell them cheap and wo flatter ourselves that the present purchase beats anything for worth and cheayness that wo have ever yet offered the public We car iry all lines of Dry Goodsbut have some specials in 1 I Ladies Fine Dress Goods i ClothingAlliSizes The Latest Wash Fabricsj I Shoes to Please Everybody 1 j Hats a Most Elegant Line I Mattings Carpets Truriks j Besides these special lines wo have a large and splendid array or Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods All these goods have bepn bought with c special care Everything is newvand uptidate- No shelfworn outofstyle goody on hand As for the advantage in dealing with us we just want you 2 to compare our goods and prices with those found c elsewhere and note the diflercnce in your favor Wo know the Dry goods Bussness arid we also know how to give BARGAINS which we are doing all the time Everyday is an opening day with us Ono day is just as good as another to 7i trade at our Bargain Store Make our store your headquarters for Spring trading Bring us your Country Produce 3 fSAM BACH Hartford I t F I I III UngUieStomfldBnudBawelsof AYeCelablePrcparatiororAs LhcToOth1flLffleUa i ProxnotcsDTgstionC1CZrUInc5safldIe5tCCfltfl1flSflCithCt OpiuiriMorphine nor Mineral NOT NAHcoTIC ad1w72n7rI1z r IAlxJwiAfj k IltwrICll 1J ccl for lion Sour SlomachDiarthDCa- WonnsConvutsionsFcvCrJSh ncss end Loss OF SLEEK facsimile Signature of I wtiU NEW YOHK 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series of STAGS = FAVORIVKd limed by the Burr Melntota Studio everyone of them worth a doUer = II Now Is the thme to Subscribe 300 for Six Mouths II = 5= I THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO I = 5PQStelUce Box 3S6 Lexl stM Ey E T C lJaculiIlIDO1roaiden DulU Uiizcgizcauar Mangor a UUUmH lUi milUiUUilUllmUmUUUmUlm1UU1 i Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 4 Illinois Contral Railroadlimo Tablo New time card taking erect Sunday Dee S tOO at ooon Nnrlli llnniul Nnnlh llonrid No 132 due 63T n m No 121 duII17 a m No 101doe247p n No 101 line 247 p m No 12 due 1231 pm No 131 dne849p m- Ioenl Freights No 191 due 7Oa m No 1M doe 167 p m 8 II ViJWCTln Agent TWO VIEWS OF DEATH Two travelers wending on lifes way Paused to rest one summer day Beneath an elm whose branches waved Above the crest of a newmade grave 0 Godl the youthful traveler said Why fill the hearts of men with dread Of the demon death mans cruel tate Since cursed and driven from Kdens gate Why must a babe in its mothers arms Its lace aglow with heavenly charms Be torn from her breast like a flake of snow Hurled from mountain top to vale be low Why must a father bid a sadadieu To the wife he loveshis children too And slumber with the unrisen dead While his hungry orphans cry for bread Why must a maid at the altar rail See the man she loves turn deathly pale And his soul escape to the spirit world Without a larewell kiss to the Illesad girl Why must a youth who has fought his wayCThrough flood and flame from day to day Up lifes hill near its purple crest But ere he reach it sink to rest Then oh God will Thou reverse Tby law that brought the awful curse Of death on mortal man I too the aged traveler said Once viewed your demon death with dread But aye my lad those youthful tears Have vanished with the flght of years I saw your bright faced babe one day Turn pale and qnlt its childish play And suffer until its mothers prayer For deaths release was answered there I saw your father close the door Where wife and children came no more And weeping for those spirits flown Beg death in mercy bear him home I saw your maid weep tears of blood Oer the cruelest curseof womanhood Till burdened with remorse and shame She sought your demon death in vain I saw the aspiring youth you name Crush conscience in his fight for fame Until remorse Gods avenging breath Made him fine for the solitude ofdeath I saw JHeavens gate by an angels hand With vengeance closed on mortal man But death rushed to Calvary from afar And that Jeweled gate now stands ajar Then let Gods law of Eden stand It Justice meets to every man And opens the gate of heaven POWERFUL MEN OFTHE EAST An InterestIng Eiplanatlon ot their Innsnal Strength The Secret ot their Marvrlon Vitality and Xeire Fore Jealously Qnarded Uomtn ot the Harem Compound a Potion Whose llejuvenatlnit Kffectn are Alraoit MIme ulous end Astonishing the Most Skeptical Tholondtat hope ol ancient or modern seekers alter the Fountain ot Ierpetual Youtb can scarcely have aimed higher than the result achIeved by the marvelous compound known throughout the l1li1118 FL JIOKIIIH- Traveller returnIng t o Europe hare irons time to time brought astonishing tales of the reju venating effect produced by this Wonder ot the OrientCrudely compounded by the Women ol the Harem from formula handed down orally from generation to generation the secret ol thIs prep emotion thus Jenlonnly guarded and known only to the Inmates ol tha Harem and the Court Ihy sImIan ICL MOKIIIIt hs been practically unob tainable excepting by the favored ones for whom It was Intended Itecently however a prominent native Arabian Iyslclan banished from his country for political ofienne and deprived of his vast possessIons hu availed himself nt his knowledge tb earn a liveli hoot beOttlng hUstntlonby enpplTlng thU mar velous compound nij MOKIIIIt to the nobility and wealthier ilnnne ot all Europe who have cheerfully paid him large tees In return lor the benefits received Content with the large Income derived from this practice thin aged 1hyxlclan ha repeatedly refused very liberal often made to him for the formula of hIs Itemed but he hni finally agreed with the Importing house ot Till NoviicFfLLEii Courixv vI 1hllndrlphla to put It up In con venient form lor sate eiclmlvely In the United Xtntes nnd this Arm havlngthe eitlnilve agency now oB rs It fur the flrst time to the American public Thin remedy must not be confounded with the numerous nervous eihanntlon lout manhood and wit nbune rfinellen which are nivertiiMd un der n as there In absolutely nothing whichselntitic chemistry hns been able perrimes trtcteil from more tropical root and huh HI MOKIIIIt Is n remedy tar onr1ac pur pnite whlrh Into strengthen and prevent decay lu men Itc mnrvelnns effect In nr n stlng decay ot the Mtnl iwpeclnlly In the mule Wing unparalleled and never falling and us It use It unlvenml Hfl nver theKast where strong virile men with large families of decen diiut are the tills there must be uu doubt either astolu Illlcleucy or benefit to the general eye tern While It In an absolute specific and positively Runriutped to cure tho worst ciue ot nervous de bllltT lot manhood or similar weaknesses due to excesses or youthful errors It I also used with the greatest success as a vltallfer giving tJ all weak part and developing and maintaining the lull natural vigor ot manhood It Is put up for tbe American trade In tablet perfecilyA dose and doing at once so evi dently as to leave no doubt In the mind of the patient It will cure you so as to stay cured carefuliyeuatnlnedbypacked under their seal and positive guarantee to rare It will be lent plain coy er with full and complete directions on receipt 01 the pniIlOoper package or six packiWf lurtCU AddrasTiaMoTi FoLLSiCoMr UT buCket aid ink HH rkfladslpbu IIfow About Your HeartFeel your pulse a few minutes Is it regular Arc you short of breath after slight exertion as going up stairs sweeping walking ete Do you have pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades chok ing sensations fainting or smothering spells inability to lie on left side If you have any of these symptoms you certainly have a weak heart and should immediately take MflcsHeart Cure Mr F 1 1 Oalu of JuneMowti N Y whose genial face above MTU- Kxcettive use ol tobacco seriously affected my heart I suffered severe about the heart ud Its the left shoulder and side while the palpsttlon would awaken me from my siee began takIng Dr Mile Heart Cure and loon found permanent relief N Sold by all Drufdata Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind HOW THE BACHELOR Tied BowsUnconscious Revenge of a Woman Hater Mr Bradley can you tie bowo Can I tie what Tie bows Didnt you understand what I said Bows bows plain everyday bows Well what of It il I can tie bows Nothing but If you canIf you are sure you canwhy I want you to theseWith this bare announcement to introduce her upon the scene Mrs Torrey entered the door through which she bad been craning her neck advanced to where Mr Bradley a gruff grizzled bachelor of fortyfive sat poring over a volume of forgotten lore and deftly sllpting a shawl from her shapely shoulders turned her back upon Bradley saying as she did so just as fast as rbe could talk Now hurry please lo hurry and tie those bows togethl on the hack ol my waist Ifyount lean never get down town to mr Mr Torrey because there is not a voman in the building this minute t do It for me Ive been all around and then I thought of you 01 course yon 11 think Im horrid but y n know Fred better than anybody else and you know how he will luiue and fuss if Im not on time to you must thats all You see I cant twist my arms around that far dont you Well why dont you go on and tie them for me Please hurry Please Bradley stood aghast He wore upon his face such a look as one would expect to see It his grandmoth ers spirit form was standing before him For be it known that Bradley was eminently the most overpioper woman hater of his tribe But Mrs Torrey knew a few things besides the fact that she must have those bows tied she knew by such an onslaught as she madeby simply rushing himand never ceasing talking she could get the bothersome things tied In other words she intended to flim flam Bradley into doing her bidding And whats more she did It Bradley commenced on bow No I his fingers trembling and his breath coming hard while Mrs Torrey con tinuedFred simply insisted that Iwear this waist or I would not have both ered you butoh dear please hur ry Mr Bradley Theres the clock striking 3 now and Im sure to elate Bradley poor chap his hands about as jerky and useless to him as those on a jumping jack was doing his level best At that he was prov ing himself unequal to the situation tire wife of his best friend was thor oughly aware of his perturbation and was secretly laughing atIIm On he struggled with trie refractory ribbons Counting dow n from the top he was at No6 Such tricks were as foreign to hint as foadllng babies creatures he invariably ran from In fact Brad had no use for any manner ot crejinte that wore skirtsDisposing of No 6 and dispos ing is geniihe dropped to No 7 which efloit brought Ixals of perspiration to his brow I the course of time he tied them all and made the fact known by a sly of relief that teemed to come from i hoots With an Oh tii k you Mr Bradley Mrs Tor was gone Bradley gAzed long intently out of the window The fit expression hard and stern gave way to what those who knew him best wouljl hays said was the softest kindliest the most reminiscent ever seen on his rather hard features but thlt was lost the moment be turned to his book and he was again the Bradley they knew him lie closed the Incident thusDwomen The severity of his chagrin might have been ameliorated could he have seen Mrs Torrythc following day that selfsame waist on her knees L3 L needle thread and ecjseors in hand Every knot that Bradley tied he tied well and In qrder to remove the waist each and every one bad to be cut Milwaukee Sentine- lAVALIJAI3LE h MEDICINE For Coughs and Colas In Children- I have not the slIghts hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are IInlT l- Ing from coughs or cods says Chas- M miner Each a well known watchmaker of Colombo Ceylor It has been some two yearn since tile City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly ucd it and it has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is es pecially effective for children aid seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of horseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are nit as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by all druggists m The Boers in Battle- A I branch of warfare to which the Boers attach almost supreme Impor ttnce and rightly so is scouting At this their roving habits and mode of life make them particular adept al though during the present war some of tbe most valuable work in this di rection has been performed by Ultlanders Two corps of scouts one composed Frenchmen under Cap tain Ie Oalllen and the other of Italians under the command of Cap tain Ricchlardi both recruited in Johannesburg during the earlier months of the war rendered services of almost incalculable value to the Doer cause Of an essentially cau tious nature the Boers never think of moving in any new direction until the country has been thoroughly re cce noitred by scouting parties and the enemy has been located and it is to this fact that their marvellous mobil ity is largely due Having ascertain ed the position of their opponement and calculated the numbers likely to be engaged at any given point the scouts report to the general ot the forces to which they are attached and the burghers are them shifted from onepositlon to another so as to be ready for all emergencies Thus it Is that during the present campaign the Boers have almost invariably been just where they could do the most effective work and in about the right numbers to do it Another method of guarding against surprise is that ofcrownest Choosing as elevated a position as possible in the neighborhood of their trenchers or laager the Boers erect a cover of loose bushes m ode to appear so natural that from quite a short dis tance It is easily mistaken for the growing shrubby bush with which the country is to a great extent cov ered Planted on the top of a kopje the Doers with their telescopes and fieldglasses are able to keep a look out over miles of the surrounding country whilst themselves perfectly hiddenHaving decided upon the position they Intend to occupy and defendthe burghers proceed to dig trenches or erect low stone walls or schanzes as they are called of loose stone piled up some three feet high or if the ground is suitable they do both It anything the latter afford the more effective protection of the two since not only do these schazes give almost perfect shelter from riflefive but through the interstices between the stones the men are able to watch for the approaching enemy On the smallest mark being presented they either use the interstices as loopholes or else they pop up aim fire andaie down again in an almost incredibly short space of time In this manner they can pick oil the advancing soldiers while remaining in almost perfect security themselves This method of fighting explains to a extenttheextraordinarydisproportiosi in the Important engagements fought during the present war These schanzes are frequently several miles in length and are sometimes built In duplicate or even triplicate thus en abling the Boers on being driven back from the first to retire and con tinue to fight behind the second and third The admirable construction of their trenches has been testified to on more than one occasion by the British genercls notably by Sir Redveas Duller In his dispatches on the opera Hon in Natal Fdrum A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was 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