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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 i t IllEPTuiickNr Subscription yea j I Vg 88IJ t T t New things in Spring Goods e AT THE i EeononiyDry Goods Store r Dress GoodsI 10OurNPw Spring Dress Goods arc just rolling in and this is tho place to find everything you ty want from a neat calico dress to tho finestQ i i silknowet uptodatq 4liiiigaf6rI dieBrMisscafciind children Vnsh Fabrics in tho latest designs II HF IQ blng Alsoa fihoMino df Clothing just received I Now HatnOShirt now Neckwaro new f Hosiery in fact everything to bo found inn J If firstclass GeiTsTiii1iiiDepartttient The rlateststyled at Economy prices If 11 Our Shoo Department was never more com ortwear ask to I BCO our Ladies 275 Patent Vici This is a beauty Also a find line of Mens Patent Vici and Misses and Childrens Shoes 1 Notions Etc In our Notion Department you will find tho newest things in tho way of Belts Brooch Pins Hair Ornaments Bolt Pins reliable Jew 3 I Etc Wo sell tho W 13 Corset and it is rthobest fitting Corset made Milliner1 Our Millinery Department is strictly uptorV date All tho newest things to be roundI r immod Hats to 8uit everybody young and r I 4 old Como and soo oUr and youI1 Jt will find just what you look best in at prices to suit vorybod1r dcivxi Wkr mltI R T COLLINS OLD STAND T FOUGHT FOR FOOD I i 4 Snowbound Passengers SufferedI From Cold and HungerI Thrilling Story of Great North era Blockade I I St PAul Minn April 4 Passen gets who arrived on the Great North t ern train today tell of the hardships endured during the snow blockade in North Dakota last week The orlltI blizzard the Northwest has many yenrs prevailed with ony food I enongh aTone frugal meat day and with such a small amount of fuel that the ladles bad to wrap tbemsclvesln blankets and the men to wear their overcoAts day and night to keep horn treizinsv The train was completely lost to the world Late Thursday afj ternoon it picked Its precarious way out of Wllll ton in the hope ol being able to reach Mlnot some fourteen miles to the east before night Al 4moat mtdway at a little stopping place caled Ray where there is + to Willlstoii and pet aid aid taking the conductor with hlmV started on the trip The lone englflewa stuck in a drift in a cut a ehdtt lsUnce out of town and had tobe abandoned i This lets the train ol eight coaches and about 250 passengers alone on the iidtng and with all communica tion cut oil Then started the lout siege during which th s cold had to be borne and hunger otlfled Tbere was much suf fering Food ran short and the pas sengers were put on short rations some ofthem subsisting on one meal a day The cold became intense and the secondclass passengers became mutinous and raided the supplies of the buOct cars but with little ruu- lto1hThere was an Incipient rood riot on the first dayTbe secondclass pas sengers Insisted that they must hive therlwereconfine hem even to their quota Many Were not willing as the first 91mentaken care of first but after sOme Ar lt0Agumentthey were prevailed aponito subside Jr j Two of the passengers ware dWi J a siding a water tank and a coal abef the train was1 a tailed The engineer thought he could run the engine badE insane Monday morning Fr6f Cqj grove of the University of Washing1 ton who was en rente Kaston a vx cubs trip and wholsad been despondent anJ morose attempted snlcldtf by cutting his throat with a razqryj There was a physician on the trafn but be had no facilities for perform ing the necessary operation andff waa absolutely necessary to get into communication with one of the neighj boringtowns In their desperation the passenger broke open everything in the trainsi chests IlIalD the conductor box iqtthd si telegraph instnment A 10untbiltlad electrician on tV train faced the blizzard tapped one of the wires and attached the Instrument lie knew a little about telegraphy anit notified the operators at Minot and Williston of what had 05 cbrred From each place a snow plow wag started in front of an engine bearing a surgeon The one from Mlnot after a bard nights work reached the siding early the following morning and the wounded man was removed on the first train to St Paul where he was cared for at the city hospital The almost famished passengers who had suffered from the cold and exposure were given food and warm berths In the first train through the drifts The rotary ploI made one dp through the drift before Ray and Ray and Minot but the snow piled in so rapidly that it w1111 necessary for the rotary to pass through again and then precede the passenger train throtight the cut Prol Colgrove was brought to St partlaUIeveted Recover Mr Colgrove hu been ill orcIudhadI wfirfrfenas and relatlveaSt Hamil r Y IoIltua IIpavtil 2tdIIt I A Preach naturaltet Raphael Du lolL asserts that large iilarenothing but sarcophagIIntkdenter tf whleliimt the deadb fnL1- Ht woraij 4 k t a s S I NEW PARTY Call Themselves the Allied Peoples Party Populists Socialists and Oth erReformers Get Togeth er Under New Name After Two Very Noisy Sessions J fbeBewhlskered Politicians go to Their Homes The Allied People party came in to life yesterday afternoon on a partly allied and a partly Populist platform The acconcher at the birth was Jo Parker In fact had it not been for i Mr Parker it ii highly probable that the birth would never have taken place Not only did Mr Parker wake everything easy and smooth as re gards the appearance of the new party but in agreat measure he stood god father for it find white it was not exactly named Parkers Papulist Put ty still he selected the name and saw It duy spprovecfVdesplte the pro gestatIons of many delegates The platform on which tbeswaddlng Infant must toddle and crawl for years to come Is composed of all the planks contained in Jbe Kansas City plat torn and pieced out by planks of the reform movement of Omaha Clncin natl and St touts conventions MORNING SESSION The morning session was devoted almost exclusively to wrangling which began over the adoption ot the platform and the name of the party Col J H Pelter of Illinois and Dr Joseph BChambers of St Louis en gaged In a wordy war about principles and for a while a bolt was anticipated Whereas This meeting has no aU1 thorltyrlght w disposition to change alteYJ abrogate or amend the national platform of the Peoplea patty and j Whereas No national organization omjcl ItiResolved we reoI affirm the People party national plat form adopted at Cincinnati In 1900 and will adhere thereto until the next regular national convention of the Peoples party to be held In 1904 for the nomination ot candidates for pres ident and vice president NEW PREAMBLE After the presentation of the follow- Ing preamble by the committee on atj12oclllck We believe that the first step toward overcoming the deplorable pol lltlcal and economic condition which surrounds us is to change our system of government from government by corrupt party machines controlled by bosses and party dictators who sell absolution from punishing to evildoers and1 traffic incovenmental privilege in exnange for Immense campaign funds to a government In which the people may exercise the Ifinal vote power We believe the con trot of our government should betake en away from parties cliques and combinations and given into the keep- Ing of the majority of the people To this end we reiterate bur faith In the initiative and referendum principle and demandtsuch changes In existing laws aa maybe necessary to enable the people in their sovereign capacity to propose and compel the adoption of such laws as they may desire and to reject such as they may deem injuri ous to their interests and to recall Unfaithful public servants In this con nection we invite attention to the fact that we may secure the use ot the in illative and referendum principle without delay through the adoption of rules of procedure by legislative bodies and we pledge this movement to adopt such rules in every legisla tive body wherein we have the power The Issue of direct legislation and pure and honest elections are one and inseparable The cornerstone of aRe publican form of government Is a free and untrammeled ballot With our elections under partisan control and subject to manipulation popular gov ernment Is a fallureand liberty a misnomer We denounce the attempts to abridge the right of suffrage and to give the control of elections into the hands of corrupt manipulators who itaside the will of the majority of the people IWe declare as a fundamental principle of our party that wealth belongs to him who creates It and every dollar taken frpmIrnjustxy- without an equivalent ia robb ry t t t I A Special Invitation I bbI b 49j4 lSosaae Spicy Talk E bbb41 J1 Gome fd sco mo and let mo figqro a littlo with fc you If I cant show you where you can do a little tt hotter by trading with me than the other folks there VI bia no harm done Thero is no law compelling you b fto do your trading at ono place all tho timo E Look around a littlo and trade whero your money bb4 will go farthorst i = t b= l v itI have tho finest lino ofLadies Fine Dress Goods J Wash Goods White Goods Embroideries and Linen 41 Goods over seen in Hartford In Mens Shirts Ties 4V and Furnishings you never saw so pretty a line J t 49 cheap too AI t 3e i Six Specials for Next I IiiFew Weeks lg16ICi49 PPro h i 4i 1 Hosier Cotton4c 41I41 Allwool Pants 100 = Ladies 250 Readymado Dress Skirts 125 bMens Allwool Suits 275 Boys Allwool Suits 125 4 = I Court Comparison on Qualities and Price = 4i l9 = lJtll rfut II O Er Ii J Seduce e b SAM BACH HARTFORO I 5W iiiiiii w i iii W I Iand we pledge ourselves to inch lejrif Motion as will destroy the system which makes It possible for one man to live on the labor of another every j enactment to be suVJtct to the will of the mrjorItyothe people We have faith in the wisdom and patriotism ot the common people when freed from partisan prrjudice and the domthatldI of political machines and party bosses rIWe have confidence in the final attain ment 01 jostle In govrnment through the Initiative and referendum Upon this fundamental principle of political arid economic justice we invite the sujjtrt a I nil lovers of freedom re gardltes if pat party affiliation Mr IMrker ciTcred the following I reontloi R floK JTKat the name ot this or ganlzatioiVHhall be the Allied Peoples party except in tales where a differ ent name tray become a legal rtqulre mentf ncli n name to be substituted as may hu dt iiid advisable by the mew bers thereof At the close of the resolution several delegates jumped to their feet andde mandcd the floor On the question of naming the party as proposc iby Mr Parker and In dorsed by this committee there was also fervid expression of opinion Mt O L Nym of Tennessee ve hemently protested that it should not j be done at present PAnZER WINS Finally Jo Parkers name the Al lied Peoples party was put to a vote and carrltdoverwhelmingly The resolution as offered by the resolutions committee which as stated was adopted la as follows Be it Resolved That in future national organization shall be the Al lied Peoples party The present national committee oi the Peoples party with its present of ficers shall continue In office and shall have the sole power to call the national nominating committee in I 1p1pointedParker from the State of Missouri making total ot six members from Missouri each member having one half of a vote- Resolutions recognizing union labor were adopted as was a resolution denouncing Third Assistant Po tmal ter Madden A plan of organization was then read after which the coo Ventiotfadjournedalnedle A nelgboor ran ID with a bottle of I Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regu lar physician who stands high in his profession After administering three doses ol Itmy son regained conclonsness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Holler of Mt Crawford Va This Remedy is for sale by all druggist m IA new Pacific cable la talked ofrThe cost for the cable alone has figured down to 2000 per miteit used to coat morecTHE HOME GOLD CUREs An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards BolngCurod Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerve A PlOasantand Post tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Ornnkneas Is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonf and nerves completely periodical or constant use of Intoi icating llqubra requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful rHome Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study andltreatment of inebriates The ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate b case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk arda into sober Industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands I I Chittdren cure your fathers I This remsedy is In no sense a nostrum but specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it Is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste ao that It can becgiven In a cnp of tea or coffee out the knowledge of the person tak jog It Thnn ridi drunkards have cure tbtlulitlveli with this pitceless i 11Iloving friVruls nnd relatives without their knowledge In coffee or tea and believe today that ilfaciiitinuecis drinking of their own 0 not wHit Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Drive out tile dlcease ImprovementI all time The The Home GoldI Cure lit i dlot the extremely price ni One Dollar thus placing i within rrach nt everybody a tlcllttwent nifire effectual than others cost a ins S2G to 51 Pull directions ac company tcb package SpeciAl adavice by skilled physicians when equeste4prepaid tn any part receipt or onfo dollar Address onI I Edwin 11 Gilra Company 2330 i and 3332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents Iftrlctly con lidiC tht 4 DISGUISED CATAm A Stealthy Insidious Weakening Enemy to Women Is a sI us p I I ill REV HARRIET If EDWARDS CLINTON IA sp s I U e RoT Harriet IL Edwards In a recent letter from Mt Pleasant Park Clinton la writes HI have found that Petuaa Is m wonderful Medicine to use ladiseases ylZOricase whlchwas notircattyaided byIts use ItRSY DRI R EDWARDS I U HERE are a multitude ot women I especially housewives and all other women obliged to be on their feet- constantiywho aro wretched beyond do aeriptlon simply because their strength and vitality Is sapped away by catarrhal discharges from the pelvlb Organs Thesa women get up In tho morning tired drag themselves through their dally duties tired to go to bod at Bight as Uredlitbefore- Pen1na 11 such a perfect specific 0Z each ClIO that when patients havstonca used It they can never bo Iflducednb j ItIbnt11TheyaropCrmacntiytned It begins to relievo the disagreeable I TWO LITTLE ORPHANS UT AnTIC MAInE WILSON The day was calm the cool showers of the preceding day hail chilled the surface and the thick and broken clouds remained in peaceful Quietude brightening the sun now and then peeped from behind some dark cloud with his beaming rays facing the amp surface but his warmth was oon smothered by the walls of anoth er cloud In successon the church bells rang with harmonious sounds forth the children and rider worlshipwith pitty upon two little boys that he bad placed in homelessI kind protector At eleven the usual hour for ser vices the Baptist church hell tolled with an unusual tone one that filled hearts with love and affection J or it spoke In sad and divine tones the pitiful occasion for which it was ringing Soon ptople gathered lathe church and among them was a very generous and christianbtarled man accompanied by the two or phuns who through klndneos had learned to love him as a father proceeded to the altar and the orphans seated themselves very closely in a large chair while their present guardian seated himselnear- y He was ofa medium height tho very stately in carriage and form His hair and beard bore the appear ance oi the beginning ofa snow faU where a smooth plain is thickly doted with snow drops leaving the oils natural color btill IIPI richI many places and he pll broad open cotrnterarc expressing love for thr hepleh ones uriler hU are The orphan bratluM nppcircd to have been lint and six jmrsofajje They resembled very much in their I aC1tlonapicture a vxst difference in ther chid ish Ideas and thnit hts of the varits- ubjcta their life surrounding The youngest wore A hrlpht cxfrKsion rheksIul rose mstting its fit debute be ftre the uotlil unit 1m Uige hue es sparklir2 with 3iy hrew such contrast In cor that the entire fce IIS dirihiiienttil ulth the fairest line an irilst could paint The lder boy tho very much like hit young brother was a sensible thoughtful and affectionate child His expression told that he whs aware their homeless condition and HB dertliii circumstance his sonKwH LI 3 symptoms at once The backache ceases thi frembltngkneesar strongth cnedrthe appetf U restored the digeatiati made perfect the duU headache IsI stopped and tli weakening drains are gradually cured These rosnlta certainly follow a coUrse tit treatment with Pc runs Jos D Crowloy Congressman from Illinois writes from Robinson Illr Mrs Ctpwleyhas takes m number of bottles of Per na on account ot nervous troubles It has proven a- atronrtoalc and lasting cure I can cheerfully BdItJ B Crdwley + deIprlvcdlook however his face glowed with earnest love and sympathy for his lit tie brother The choir having sang a hymn their protector rose read a chapter in the bible and lead the audlenca In prayer He called on three of Hartfords highly educated chrisI tlanhearted and well respected men to express their ideas of placing children not given the proper attention in care of the Kentucky Home So ciety at Lonisville An interesting response was given by each gentle man and the good hearted man feel j lug so thankful for what bad been said rose though hoarse from a cold earnestly pleaded not only for the protection of the orphans with blmI but for otBers left homeless and to the miseries of the world This generous man of whom I have been writing was J W Gardiner I representing the Kentucky Home So ciety at Louisville and for several i days he and the little lads were seen on the streets seeking homes for their wondering souls and it was with sor row that the little ones had to be takj en from the arms of the faithful man and follow a stranger not realizing the future that had reached out and pulled them from distress Tho sep arated they are now in good homes where various fruits and pleasures of farm life surround them May Gods blessings guide their footsteps and prepare them to honor the world through life and death To dust they must turn but in the minds of the living may they never die only purpose men have In ad ITlie in the newspapers is to se AN OLD SORE h a WssbingtonI am fUtysfr yeArfpld and hay not thoCbangeoLifbgariten where most ol tb j Jlmo My Hk was Ithurtchair I had pain under tiry sieldti au4hIppendizzinessand was losing fleshall thi time After following your 8lrkttizU and taking Parana I now feel like adlffnat ptrson1fu Wm Betrick Barbara AlbertycornerSeyenth ami Walnut streets Applefotf Wfi writ s as follows in regard to Pbrnna For years I have suffered with back ache and sever pafnr he Id Idoctored to much thai rifejcam dlc isoisaccar Ih7Jsar A school friend UJlS Tow vary much Pruna had Wefl slhr aad I sent out for A i Itl 4 bottle which did more to relleri me than all thJother medicine had ever taken Ittatthloweeks and It coth1 pletely cured mJI have not li any pains slnd bp1feelwoman I ant 4 a su 4 truly thankfuL iftfr whjft Pernna his done for me BaibarasAlbrtr Mrs D Vf Mason B04 D Qphtoe strut New Orleans La writes I have been taking 1y ieruna4 4ittrouble that I was I have beeifanffeT tug for tho past two1 yursittiiiarnal weakness palpitation btthe btfaH stom ach kidney and liver disorder and above all dreadful cough with smothtr Ing spells I was completely run down After I had taken one bottle of Pe runa and a few doses of your Manalln 1 could sleep soundly my heart WM better my cough left me It acted Imme- dIately upon my nerves and after tak ing four bottles according to your direc tions I was entirely cured ot all ay troubles ill can truthfully lay that there la nothing to equal yourPernns and Man alln I was a different women after tak- Ing tho second bottle It II without a doubt tho best medicine In the world Language falls to express my gratltad for this cure May God bless yon Mrs DW Mason If you do not il rlvo prompt and satis factory results from the tuoxif Peruna write attmco to Dr nrtrrt nfTHVlne full statement of your casorandrha will bo pleased to give you hltTYsluablo ad rico gratis Address Dr IlartmaurPruldent ot Tho Hartman BaaltMltB TQaKunbBiV Ohio N rr cure business Theywill notrmdver tlse it it does not pay to do dEience- newspapers in the progressive cities of the country ctbwdeffwMr adver tisements is certain proof thajfadver Using pays You ttWalwajSftiote Sri every community themoat suc cell lul merchants are those who ad vertise They do thejargetqaineast- hey have th best to l and they give greater satisfaction to the Public 2J Women as Well as Men Are Mad6Msefabre by J Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upoi tH mInd dli cOuragos and leasena abItIqeaity vigor and cheerfulness soon aisappeifnVrl of order diseased troubla has soTirevalent thatirisnofnncbmmonforachild 3 tll9tak kld lithe child urln area too often If the urine scalds the fle5horUVhenthe chlt reaches an ago whcn It should ba able o control the r zage I1lsyel afflicted wh bedwettlne ciopcnd upon tho cause cl the dUlcuy t3 Iney Iro blc ld the first step ehduld be towards thatttBatrnent of fIIhunplustIroublo kidneys and bladder tnd not taM habit rs most people suppose Women cs well as men afrs made mis erable with Idirsy and ijlidder trouble and both ned the same real remedy The mild and the immediate of SwampRoot Is soon realized act Is sold by druggists In fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have a samole bottle bv mill the Kidney I flirted It free also pamphlet tell notSvwiiMt Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of tcstlmonltl lettersurecelved from sifferers cured In wrltlngD Kllnxr Co Dlnghamtcn N Y be sure and j mention this paoer Will sour the sweetest disposiiiba and transform tl 6 most even tempered lov able nature into a crossgrained and irritable individual If impatience or faultfinding are ever excusable itla when body is tortured by an eating 1painful sore It is truly discoUrarhfw to find niter months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever chronic sore no matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of thiSj remain in the system or it may be that some lone hidden poison perhaps Cancer has come to the surface and begun its destructive work The blood must be purified before thesore will fill up with healthy flesh and the skin regains its naturaL color it IS through the circulation that the acrid corroding are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and hrv g rate the stagnant blood when alt sediment or kid- neIsare out or af nays i he other hurtful materials axe washed out fresh ncu blood is tarried o the I diseased new tissues decaying flesh begins to have a- beafthytnd natural look theJiseharge ceases and the sore heals aSSS is the only blood purifier Several years aro my wife had sore lelf and was treated by the rt guaranteed entirely vege bait pbyilclana but recilvtd nobtnint table It builds up the blbod and Our drusn t sdisdhertotrlSS8 tones up the general system as no havebeej B MABOLD 22 Canal Su a sore any OoboeiNV tire advice of cxpeiicnffand tined physicians for which no charge is made Bqok oli BlbtHland Skin Sisaaies free TifSswirr SPECIFIC co AtlaniW Ca riiAYE DAM 8 E TESt TI- I J T Tj PiAitNEs J3i1rOi f u uo on u The central und most economical trading place for the purchasing public ot the entire Green River Country This great establishjiient has made Beaver Dam famous j as the largest distributing point in this section of the State It buys more goods buys better goods and sells them at more reosonable pries as is videnced by the SEAL i4 TOF 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 I Awakened by offering GENUINE VALUES throughout the entiisenson Since our buyers returned from the market our time has been completely taken up in prepar an large number of our patterns for Easter We beg toannoimce that we have prepared our main building and that every is full of the seasons newest and sappiest merchandise that it was possible for out experienced 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 Clothing Department We buy this line from some or the most reputable factories for high close suite in this section and can boV you more thantbrce times as many patterns BB any other house In this county We feel that wr ciu pleat e you and curve you better in tts1eprt ment than any other store Within yonr reich It costs you nothing h Irok Its a pleasure for ua to show thOi lojoa Why notguard ycnr ovn ir lerrjt by U uliiup tjroujh our line 5 per suit buy a nice li ie ol ptain and farcy suits 7 8 and 10lu1I the greatest Hue of plAin nnH farcy suitK yu ever s w from tie lightest colorings to mild biicls fn 15 lS and 20 bU1I the toMiitst n wtst atio wt qu ility ot suits the market nflards Boys and Childrens Suits We Iiuve any ityle most in them nt the lower t pos sible t ices Boys and youths suits i 50 to Sw Childrens coot and pants 1 to 5 Childrens est e suits i 50 to 5 Childrens Russia blon e 2 50 to 5 o- oCarcets Rugs and Oil Cloths This is to remind you that we carry he only regular line ol carpets in this section Bring the mess Iureand diagram of your room and we cut your carpet to match before leaving Cur store Mattings ijc aoc 25C 3cc and 35C per yard Ingrains joe 35c 40C soc 6oc 700 and 75c per yard Hemp 15 and aoc per yard 011 I Cloth asc and 30c per yard Smyrna Rugsz35 150 too ft 50 and 500 Moquette 100 2 50 and 3 50 Mens Boys and Childrens Hats This season affords more novelties in shapes and colorings than ever Jet lore We have used our judgment In selecting the rarest and moat 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 irom 150 to 3 All staple shapes from sac to 3 Straws in all sbapessoc to 150 Hartford Republican saved hidays bll tdfiibCotneorporat nteied atlaitierd ptatefficII secondclaaamail matter == =tc == c= olg= a- 4ch var- JOII S JlEfUY TJIUMAS i iior FRIDAY APRIL n TIIEIIE has not been n killing in Ohio county for more than a week THE Silver Jubilee of Iop Leo was celebrated in Baltimore Sunday Cardinals Gibbons and Murtinolli officiated Tile miners and operators of Die trict Ko 23 will meet at Central City again the 28th inst We hope a strike way ho averted OIHO county roads are very like the ArkanHNvyerg roof in the winter time we cant fix thorn and in summer they dont need fixing We should give thanks that summer Is approaching Tile will of Cecil Rhodes provides for two scholarships ill Orford England College from each of the United States also for a number of scholar ships for German and English youths His object was to more effectually bind together the three great world powers England America and Ger many THEHB were one hundred and twentyone arrests in New YorkCity last Sunday fur violation of the excise laws A new era seems to have dawned upon the great metropolis since the advent of Seth Lowe The administration of the college man contrasts strangely with the corrupt political sway of Croaker and Van Wick F A Franklin county grand jury has indicted II C Robinson of 13reathilt county for swearing to the whereabouts of Jim Howard at the time Goebel was shot No witness who UepubliclIInassassinate Uuebel is free tram Ian ger of indictment fnr false swearing at the hands of a Franklin county I grand jury DK WILLIAM T hARRIS United States Commissioner of Education has just completed an exhaustive In vestigation of the practice of corp ral punishment in the public schools His report shows that the brutal practice of corporal punisLment in the public schools nigh obsolete except iu the back woods districts The cruel practice of lashing the books oi erring pupils is now prohibited by statute in many of the states mud by common th4il1ignorantthe society for the prevention of cruelty to animaTe the hof the ignor ant school teacher should be stayed by a healthy public sentiment StockHolders Dy order of the Board or Directors the Stockholders ol Rough River Tel ephone Co are requested to meet at the office of said Company in Hart ford Ky on Monday April 14 1902 at 7 oclock p IU Business to be attended to Is very important and it Is hoped every Stockholder will be present D M HOCKRR Secy Mgr L Administrator Sale As administrator of the estate of the late C II and Harriett L Stev ens deceased I will on Wednesday April 16 at the home of the above named deceased offer at public sale the following property viz Household and Kitchen Furniture Meat Corn hay Wagon Buggy sad Harness Gearing Tools Disk and I other Harrows Plow Cultivator SssdI Cleaner 1orty Bladed Oat I Corn Sheller Mowing Machine and Rake Cider Mill one good work horse four head of sheep tour lambs two cows with calves Jersey cattle I young cattle ten stands of Italian bees lumber and two house patterns i S C STFVKNS Administrator College Notes 14orIton and little son Thomas were wet come visitors at 6x Monday i Miss Myrtle Moreland visited tier parents at No Creek the latter NIt of last week Mr D P Moaley former student of Hartford College spout several days with friends here last week Supt James DeWeeae Misers Lou Rogers and E W Patterson made the school a very pleaaant visit Thursday morning of lent week Miss Ethel Moreland spent Sunday with her parents at No Creek Mr I J Hoover visited his parents at Olaton the latter pnrt of lest week I Master IMlll Bnrnett pupil in Pri mary Dpirtment is very ill with tonslliti this week Master Shelby Stevens is absent from school this week on account I of having the mumps Quite a crowd of boys and girls attended llu debate of the societies ol Hartford and Layer Dam at the tatter place Friday evening The trip proved ratter unlucky for the majori bfp1tiBeaver Dam very late A crowd cf boys ia order tobS economical left their girls at home and cioivdad to close in a bus that itbroko down walxtN A nice line ot granite gray skirting Pifty per yard buys the greatest line of Suit Skirt and Waist goods ever seen Silk hi stripes and solid colais Mohair in and stripes Vene tans colors Gray Skirtings in plain and stripes Seventyfive per yard buys elegant line Etermine Cloth striped Meltons Cocilianc Mohair and Uelrose in all the latest One dollar buys a line Gloria London twine end Mohairs light weight aity effect that are Wash Fabrics Never before has a ataaon unfolded so many new weaves sad patterns in Wash Fabrics Never before hen this store mad suck a magnificent show ing art invited to an Everything for Waists and Suits Irom sc 500 yard Millinery Department MisgVrolo Pirtle matetctl by two able assistants and equipped with the largest and uptodateopened in our store is ready to welcome her old trade ami doubly anxious to servo find please many now ones Spe cial attention given to Hut to order Mail orders solicited and executed promptly leaving them in the mitt and the penat of the wreck ruined their plan oi economy The Adelphlsn debaterlttI who delivered their subject son and god sense were defeated i but alter all the crowd came back to engaged the college yellr- UDFNT Big Mill For Sale Wo otter for sale our com bination Flour Grist and Sawmill situated in Center j town Ky This mill is in splendid condition Iulcom mauds a large trade It is a thirtybarrel flout mill with j corn attachments and saw i rigged Plenty of power forj other attachments Fine cation in good county limo whole property occupies about i three inres upon one Prtio11I of which is a Hew dence which will also bo sold For terms aufl other lara write or telephone toIRENEER BROS IContortowu Ky j Chamberlains Stomach i Liver Tablets the but physic Kor pale by all drug dtt r i Juvenile Thief A small lad attracted attention the streets here Monday by ofieHag j to sell a gcoi looking horse for 25 The matter was brought to the attention qf the sheriff who took the young gentleman in After a sweating the kid gave his name as Tom French and said bis home was at Poteet in Warren county He said he stole the horse from a farmer by the name of Jones near Sontherlaud j Station on the L N railroad In Daviess county For and I unvarnished the thirteen IISbcrUllCcowit Warren county near the boys home and was Informed that the lad was al perpetual aud had left home toi escape punishment for steeling a bicycle j Sheriff Keown kept Tommy bet thief urrler gnard until Tuesday morning he put the boyan the stolen 10rre and took them to Ovens j Vhen the fatriff the IIODeTommy Will urged to become a permanent citizen of Omnsboro and t keI up the study ot law medicine or some other ot the toqorable professions but the Ul preferred to return his favorite occupation of stealing When i thoat present found they could not per i suede the little hero to remain in toe I city they bought for him ticket to Bowling Oreen and gave hioi a ehro J mo Theokancea are thtit Tommy Dress Goods Departinet We wick to esnpbsrlse tile faat U rtttliatofexquisite tats and thorois4htiecJ 4 at Fhinns demsndiI le dyt at tim11o iritffe you PUKI rations anit thia cu pittrrn pates that will en thi xin tmaktt M gnrrSTit that is stiirty Ktyiiah and t slcct coler rhtwil hnrra nii the tOf- lipexIn W he n cnptrb line flf1 all the nrw thtairs fir full SniU lrtA nnrt Twenty to 2SC per VaiaV bu a an elegant line 01 fancy and sta pie Press Fabric in all the latest col otings Thirty cents per yard buyer and sloth cents you have solid colors in all cents an of colorings to 150 ot Silks the new at you now to per ex town in Try A on severe pure gall thief when to At with will sell the tlcktt to a ealper aa1 return to the country to while awny spare time in the practice of hi favorite pastime Seriously the boy is a conscienceless thief and should have been sent the House of Reformto Notice The firm 01 Miller ft Watterfield having been dissolved all partlfs- i knowing themselves indebted to the old firm roust settle same at osce awl save cost All old accounts are due and payable to me FRA2K WE5TIIaflzD C M Barnett Surveyor of the Port of Louisville and Chairman of theRe I publican State Central Committee d ol the few min who can success fully mix politics and religion Mr Barnett takes the most active interest In the politics ol his party and keeps informed on nil political movements At the Same time he manages to keep well to the front in the afhirs of the Northern Methodist church in Kentucky lIe recently offered to give a valuable tract ot grouud at Hartford for the site of a college to be built In Kentucky by that denomination Louisville Times IMules for Sale onr years old werk well 1or further oslldn or address this officeIp lMrMiss Laura Staples Fordnville iMr John Addison McHenryit BanIsh Lewis I Mr 0 R Tlnsley Hartforfl Miss Debbie Hoover Tally Mr Ernest Bartlett Taffy to MIse Florence Rlordan Taffy i BEDA KY I prIl8Tao Sunday School wail organised at Benlah church last Sun day evening at 3 oclock Mr Frank was elected Superintendent Mr Alex Prior has lyoue tq OWut boro today on busiccis Dr Ford was here last Saturday Mr L P Bennett has moved to hill farm near SmallBonse Mr iftazk Hicks child is no bet ee U has bsen slcVfor some llipp with twig trouble VIKDA This paper might be filled items like the following cud everyI n be the absolute truth I bad rheu matism for years and tried almost everything but got no permanent relict until I used Chamberlains Pta alm three bottlt of which have cured me It Is the benatUcinaJ ever ucetl Philip H Rlioat11n i villc Mo Patti Balm Is fur saf ball druggists In Of Timely Umbrellas An umbrella renting roinmi is setting up buMnisin Boston New York Clileogu and other lnrc1 wiI- WBCorsets The iwv Spring style ot this most line of Corset 1nu mir shelves ready for jbarinspec thin The nnms Is9ufiGltnt UnmatM 61 their pop trSirity and dumbility THe new Jtlr1at lfont 3 soc St and t 25 NcW Summer Cmetts snc JJw Girltm soc and 75 2arIK Comrt StYI1 Lace Curtrtins and Window Shades w A prtn liveol uv Skiing Iiee Cirtnlnn In all the t 5rtp Prices tIe lowest ever qitt1 on new uptolate good Oar troncfst line vye price at 1 ji 50 ftJS f2nd250 Window Shades 7 festtnrag at ice 35c11H15oc Hndow Shades S feet long at 400 and 500 Shoes Shoes Shoes Our new style an here sod they are mnrvels ol Shoe elegance They are won graceful in build and are IIf better quality price for puce than hasev er been shown here Baells Sue Shoes for men 2 50 to 451 Mens Vici Kids cues Call f150 to 3 00 Mens Lbw Cuts i 50 052 50 Ladies uptodate Kid Shoes t 50 to 3 50 MIsM uptod te Kid Shots i to 2 Childrens Show 500 to 143 Childrens Red Pink and Blues 750 to 156 Slippers Slippers Our lint of Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers art now arriving and will be reedy for exhibition by Aprils This line is no txtt1ohfour rule It is the greatest we had ever hat 9 1 IlL Neckwear for Ladies and Gents The prettiest line we have ever shown In Club Howe JeIn Club Ties se In Child Bows ISO In IourinHnnds t ase and soe- I In Lilies New Shape ISO Sue and 750 DONT PAIL to etc our Ilntfaf soft and stiff bo otn Shirts This Is one of our strongest lines See the variety we show with or without collars sad cuSs fur jc and 7Se See the prettiest Hue it is pout ble fur a shirt maker to produce at 100 their system is ta be extended over the country generally You pay i lot an aluminum tag good far i year If you are caught in tM ratn all you have to do Is to step Into the nearest umbrella agency end get an umbrella in exchange for your check Whoa you art through with it yon return it to any agency and get an other eh tck in return which j ou can exchange fir another umbrella the itxt tfme you reed one and so on Itis expectel to have the umbrella BEtrciisjui common ns cigar stows Similar pistol have been tried however and it remains to be seen whether this one will succeed permanently Better Than Plus The question has been asked In whet way are Chamberlains Stomach lli11Ianswer ad more pleasant to take wore mild anti reutle in effect and more reliable at they cm always be1 depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate tht stomach and leave the bowe in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use in often followed by constipation Pot sale by all druggists 6- oAS IJI nJolIpaua BMNtIe aI1Gl aTo cross the Atlantic in fur days II the promise ofa new transVtluntic lint If you arc in need ofupto date Stationery come to Tun REPUBLICAN office bns Am =maker of rill ma chinery has shipped Russia more than a million dollars worth of his goods this year ATim SfIiiuIus of PUrtl Blood That Is what Is required by every organ of the body for the proper per formance of Its functions- It prevents biliousness dyspepsia constipation kidney complaint rheu rnnUsm catarrh nervousness weak ness faintness pimples blotches andI all cutaneous eruptions- It perfects all the vital processes I W P Keeton Woodstock Ala took Hood f Sanatwrtlltk to wako his blood pure lieI writs tbat lie had nut felt well but tired for Iomo time Boforo lio bad flnlabod the first bottle of ills medicine bo felt better aul- when lie lied takon the second was Ilka nnotlier man free from that tired feeling cad attoto do his wo- rk4ccY Sarsap7Ia EJrorhhiBS to curb and keeps thll promise Accept no substitute Iid s tday + S I OK kI tiD- eCliiJdr iI Give them oil codliver oil Its curious tosce the result Give it to the peevish fret ful child and he laughs Give it to the nalc anaynic child and his face becomes rosy and full of health Take a flat chested child or a child that has stopped growing give hint the oiland he will grow big IThisIt has been done for years Of course you must use the right oil Scotts Emulsion is thc one- Scotts Emulsion neither looks nor tastes like oil because we arc so Crcfuli making it pleasant to take Send for free sampleiSCOTT 81 ItOWNE Chtmbu w Paul St N v- atjucaudficoj dzugg- UBAIZETOVN I KY 1April 7Mr J R Albln has bought his hill farm back and is hay ing his house completed Mr C IL Rogers will move to Rb sine in a fv days Mr Casey Crowder has moved his family to Horton Svherebe is in bud nose I Mr Press Morris has opened up his hop mill I eemSitopkMetl to learn that tlure is at icast rme drllltded disaatlmrit science haul bten able to cure III All itl nllli t that IB Coturth Halls Catarrh Cufe is the only poltiv cn elOW kroVh i CatArJI1beillr n r j Hills Catarrh Cure is tiken internal ly scttnff dirpctly upi tile thererittucoui surlnuB of the yltnl theI tion and nBrtisting nature in doing iti woik The prop ietqiH have sqmuchl faith In its cifaiiyeps er4 thpt they c fIr o Ifumlred any case that it fails tt curt S jnd for list U ttieuriti A- Aldress If I Cheney k Ci Toed0d1 Pamilv RUb 4 are I Etfi AU VEIV 2 vbraltdlls iilr hjSutTh t rm 6 Sev Underwear 1 Our iietVSphlg tipdSimnurI- lmierwear for Laditu ll W and Ch1euukrleIssilt- oySav n beanttjul itWY- anttrxtr4yeI vajieri LWteC VeitVs ie V 25 tad 5 K Mfnii Shirts 25 = 32C 5 c 75f Art 1 In this c rtnechll w wii to call your tt nliOlIln l I llotlfiy jir Men and lit n Mico for Lvdlra Mis c Hu Chinien Are are ihofclnf the Vie VbllI Pink il Wue for ChiWrnn N Furniture Onr new Spring stylts In Iurnituie me now on the floor No matter whether you wish to buy or not we invite you to conIC and make yourself at home We heave over two thousand I et ot fljor space devoted exclusively to the exhibition ol this line of Ko KS andWknovr that we can show you the i beet line in your vicinity i 4 Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers The planting season Ill almost upon us and Miccesslnl tanning can only be attained by thprnpcrusqoJ a Commercial Pertller that will give life and vitality to the soil and ihtHnpplies sufficient plant food to jnourUh the crop until properly matured These beets have been fully demonstrated in the Horse Shoe Brand by Us continued by the most successful farmers In this section 01 the Stale for eighteen years We handle the Homestead Tobacco rower for Tobieca We c rry this IdlowlngrailM at the prices indicated per hundred pounds r Quickattire Phosphate t I 90C i liOceaud Potash ft in Corn and Wheat Orower j I 35 Challenge Ojrn Grower IS Pure Bone S1- Xlne Rawbore I 6S- IIomsstMd Tobacco Jrower 2 on EoP BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Ky n 1 Now is the Time to Buy a S 1ggy qr rrey= l- i jIfyouyrtnt the BKSThiiyan AMK It has stood the of thud Built of titnlmr holiglit from homo pcfiplo Bodies all insulu in our ovn factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is thereforb of SOnIC value shN Vtilnitd FrthWtrk ojtirahvay ho found at our 6onortl AgJnt A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky U WIT nf our Factory 20000 Finished Ve hiplospw annum fl IFA AiMimS CO J i cwonSboro yi r o t COlllt i SAl N IiLD J Yflandlcsvtho XfljL1IUJ IURKST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in ton Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old ntoEixatibiia siecialtics t tBOck Beer Bock Beer US4 COLLINS COInu0p rz cral ot his children an J3ia ch W len were present M ut wejzubnta- nd a bountilul duinarwna rr4l- All present rpe9tl4aeIeJotaie iay Mr Faupht was a toldUr 11hi Civil Wu and dtbtlepi tmi niiieneiltrtel 150k Sunjlny ii thv inil y rty yews ago on Hut fny he WKH wiga cd ill UI Itt tl iiliMr and Mrn Jv A Qtern Klver Upjoi srevJiijlnKvir ft M Parks larailx r Tile rprlng school nt tbl1M II progrenslnB nicely wiJ jjisrtijvjii an 1oril 03 tMphcr v 8 r IhS I1lleIc1r teuedjlvmv ingjils jmily to CLc iipethirar- Iure J J 4 Mr Dv M Prlsc yisitcd i4ey3cr Mines Saturdaytlie Eueut of the faml Jy of JrryXPal v 1rDIla Fi gntls on sick list AGMRSJIA I rT Your Tonglie i If its coated stomach ofIpepsila makt yourHverrJght Easy to tako easy p opcratp r 23 AiIIg5Itaa r vutjaurinoii tj nt bdrd A beatiL bwnertc1iMuit TIeuuus I DYEflrJlot Gu1gr1na Thpoio AN- DTelegraph COMPANY 1ltcoRronATEnI Operating exchanges and toll lines I ndithirtyfiveSt4tes I I 8urMundInjtcountry I valuablelivingIndistance of the excliHti e Rates and oihtr inloriiiation rosy te obtained at the exchange over Williams drug Kyr Manager A npiRhpor r n In with a bottle of iCbambcilama LCoilc Cholera and DarrhotaRemt 3y when my son was sufleringwhsevere cramps and was gjven up tejoncj hope by my riRit 1IfpttIffljriwlloitanji leigh In his Pr IjJ iUAfttr 3innlitirlng tlucto t V my IVn irgnlned cnhcl9JWJI sari 4qTedentirely rjthiiutj entyfonr hours1 sam I MrS J 1hI5gist m J 1 rj Fr 1 r d t 01y c r M h cu h = i = First AnnuJf Ng tI 1iM eU LI COe HARTFORD KENTUCKY 4 I iIrx 1 ot1ti7 tits I our custom has marcomecare l c We will on a I I iiT JTtLZd4 18 Ak 1wfIJ 191I IrGive to each farmer or member of his family a nice souvenir who visit us on these two days and further we will give to the first correct or nearest correct guess as to how I 4 many people will visit us on these two days a handsome 7500 Ideal Buggy To the second nearest correct a 5000 Ideal Deering Mower On Friday we will give for the best sample of stemming leaf tobacoo a 81500 Campbell Corn Drill for the second a 1000 Moline Steel Piow with two points On Saturday we willgive a 1500 Ideal set r of harness J popularfarniersmans 4 lis callingontitledat adoptedthisl C is ours we try to serve you in the best possible way by giving you the best Implements and Vehicles that are manufactured and we guarantee to save you anywhere from 10 to 25 per cent on every purchase As to how we can do this will say that we handled last year close toe f I t 100 Car Loads of Vehicles and Implements This year we expect to handle 150 buying this amount of goods for spot cash enables us to buy them so that we can sell them for what our competitors are buying them at and then make a nice profit We came to Hartford to save you money and if you will meet us on these two days we are satisfied that you will cast your lot with us Yours for Business T J TURLEY CO Hartford Kelltllcky j f i r It l g Our Regular Goods tAtregular prices constitute better val 44 lies than special bargains elsewhere We malic prices so close that there is actJ V ually no room to get between So if you r are after everyday Bargains visit o I 4f1 l t H Ji 1rOur comprises tho latest weaves told tshades Note these prices o f i SobFnrtyineh TMrtyelght Inch Melrose Soc l v A f 75eFortyV rrsular Skirting fabric a5ctota5 iJ ii Beautiful line ol spring shades Pnulatc and 44 TaDcta Silks forWainU y5C to 100hJMf I Wash Goods Department rr Never boforo have WQ hud as handsomo a line or a selection equal in value to tho linouo are show In today Such lines as eilolly BatUticbeantlful patterns JOCJif1 ISebt 2L IseArlesV 2ii Pranconin Bartlste roc J2CiJwhilet Piris Mumln two yards wide J 75C T iI- to35c1VhiteI v White Marellltsshipe and figured IC to 4 This lino must bo seen to boappreciatedtoo tf much of it to mention all in this small spacet Before Making a Spring Purchase Examine our Goods in oil Departments and we are sure to sell Cj you McCalls Patterns can be bad nt our Pattern counter fc price Ion and i5enone higher McCalls Magazine jo a T4 ffr Sfi year Come and subscribe lor onS of the best Fashion Journals s- Ir f puhllslied 2C Bring uST your y Wool EggFcatli ers andV other Pry tduco ty tlio Great Li Dlr tijhgiersI4 fj t txiV i1- nJ I p d p1 J1 a A 1 Urty c A JAt e J t u r s f Hartford Republican P i FRIDAY APRIL it jm I GORES ttnLR all fall Dwt Cougb Hjrnp TuuiUooil CM In tlm L Hnld br drariltt t OQ MS UMP TION City Restaurant i Call on Carson Bros for groceries I Call on Carson Bros lor seed potatoes I Everything good to eat at City Res taurant Mr G B Smith ol Telly called onus Monday I I Get your good things to eat at City Restaurant I Mr A D White went to Louisville I Wednesday f Hitching rooul Iree at B BjColllus Constable IT lrurdsvrllbryain s j Mr W M HtfllhTcflUnin was in the city Wednesday Mr Isliam Leeof Sulphur Springs was in town Monday Nicest line ol fancy goods in Hart ford at City Restaurant Gross Williams will sell you a sew I ing machine from 5 up I Mr A D ROmans ol Caneyvllle was in town Wednesday Darn to the vlfe ol Mr John Dan I iel Olaton Monday n boy I Our Ladles Slippers arc beauties stylUh comfortable CARSON Co vs I J1eak =u I suffers tcrrblv and was ex tremely weak jar 12 years The doctors said Ky blood was all turning to water At last I tried Aycrs Sarsaparlllarand was soon feeling Mrs J ir Fiala Hadlyrae Ct matterhowlongyauhave I todayAyerbest medicine you can take for purifying and en riching Dont doubt it put your whole triistinit throw away everytjiingelse SIGh boUle All dulls- Ak ronr dof tor what In trims of a fUruixnll HO knownabnutthlannd-old family adilc and we vlll Ix tatUflKi I J o A vxn Co Lowell Man f1k t Mr Amos Slack of Shrevegave us a call while in town Monday i I Mrs Henry Fields is visiting rcla tines in Greenville this week Born to the wife ol John Daifton Sunnydale the 6th IfTst a boy C R Martin jeweler and watch maker nt WilHajus drug store Mr Hiram Babbitt ol Fordsvllle called on us the first of the week Bargain days at o v store six days in the week CARSON Co Use only Singer Machine Oil GROSS WILLIAMS Agt Our low prices echo throughout the country CARSON Co Come And see our Ginghams an Mercerized Linens CARSON Co Gross Williams handles all kinds of sewing machine repairs See hlmj Mr M L Heavrin went to i Tille Tuesday returning Wednesday Mrs Marshal Gilllms ot Ralph died Sunday and was buried Monday j cat Ma market nnIHartford VII Oranges LemansDanannsAeple- Pigs s I Raisins and Cocoanuts at City Restaurant j Mr Cliftoa Anderson and wife i I Owensboro ore visiting relatives inI sad neat town this week I Mr Elijah Moteley n Philippine soldier is visiting his father Mr J i R Moseley near Ralph i Silksprojducts Mr Mark Thorp ol Pleasant Ridge has sold a fine holy of timber to an Owcnsboro firm for t3ce I1I0ld on to jour Clothes money un tit you get nn idea ot our prices CARSON Co I Wagons BuggiesPhfietons Surries and all outer kinds of vehicles for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Ky Our low prices make friends of our customers and enemies ol our compel stars CARSON Co Our Spring Suits arc up to the In stof tick oi the clcck in style I CAnsoN Co I If your Kids trouble you try ours Firstclass Kid Gloves 75c to ioo x CARSO Co IIwurderful IJhlauGross Williams has changed the name of his widely known business house from Singer Office to City Restaurant Mr W H Humphrey of Beda gave us H pleasant pall Wednesday Mr nnd Mrs Fon Rogers went t Greenville Saturday and returned Monday Mr F L Felix and family who spent last week nt Olaton came home Monday Mrs C L Woodward Centertown is visiting Mrs Rev R D Bennet- this week We have bats to please the young men that know whats what CARSON Co Callon Carson Drat at their ne store and be supplied with the best lb market affords IEvery buyer compliments us on lour display cf spring neckwearI CARSON Co jYour coming merely to look at our pleases us CARSON Co 1Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for special bargains in Buggies and Wagonst Carson Bros have moved into their new store second door from Bank of Hertford Call and tee them For Spring we have skimmed thro cream from the products ol Haber dashery CARSON Cb Wanted all your produce atthe highest market price CARSON Co We had your comfort in mind when we bought our sprl7 g Whirls5oct- L o CARSON Co line of Woolen Carpets are jOur Come and see CARSON Co Come look at our Suits and tene your pick You are sure to pick a winner CARSON Co You wont hesitate where to buy your spring dress if you come in to look at our tonde CARSON CO Dr J R Williams and family Ltvermnre visited relatives in nnd near raven last Saturday nod Sunday j Mr Jno R Phipps will in a fw days open up n large stock of builders filshlng materIal on north aid e public tqnllreIUncle Billy Chancellor died At his home near Cernlvo Sunday nnd w grollllliIon Riordan were married in the County Curt Clerks qfljce Wednesday Judge P hillier tied the knotjhints Tfiuham jail here test week charged with tie dnctmii vas released on bond Wed ntsdty tlrtsrs M L Heavrin and Ernest tVnoiwnntare his hondsmen i Messrs Uvssu Whalen nod Buck DenntHof Prcnti wcre in town Tues IIday i Mr Lee Chinn has bought John S Mossleyssaloinnnd took charge of it Monday I Afessrs Jas DTaylor Wick Taylor and Black Leach of Cromwell Were in town Tuesday Sulphurti was among to this office Monday W T Young Sons of Olaton shipped a carload of chickens to New York City last Saturday Poret o mother Mrs S E Duke Messrs Clarence Armndt and i Albert Cox will open up a general store at Dundee this spring I P Whittakcr who has been in jail- or j sometime on an old tcaplas as j he calls Itgave bond and was released from custody Monda a j The choicest Groceries are found at our store Prices very low Free delivery to any part ol town CARSON Co Mr E G Rhodes who a dental college In lsattendlngI Saturday and Sunday with Mr Will Rhodes near Bring your wool leathers and eggs to the Economy Dry Goods Store We pay the highest market prices MRS SARA Cpttms SMITH Mr Jno D Wilson fins moved into IIpropertyTelephone u your orders delivery Rough River phone NoII 63 Cumberland io 3 CARSON COI The prettiest and cheapest Millin cry toads will he hound at the Econo my Dry Goods Store MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Your hosler will be on ahoea1NewCARSON CoII will unload Fertilizer April the unlltheeaDeaver Haul Ky Dont forget to come Wad luau nt the pretty thins in nor Millinery rid pArtnient Hats to snit every one Prices rock In ttjni CARSON Co I jIther Pftrie ol Owensboro who have been visiting the tamily o f Mr Louis Gunther this week let for New York j yesterday I k IEsq A S Anil of Auburn was in town yesterday Mr John Thlxton Louisville win as town yesterday Mrs J B Foster ileave Satur day to spend several days in Louis I villaThe post office has been moved Into the property recently vacated b Carson Co Miss Anna Bennett of Beda is vis lung Mrs Co M Barnett and Mrs 1 D Foster this week Uncle Tom Baled in jail for selling liquor promised to be good and we realeased yesterday Miss Artie Wilson of Rosine who is attending college here went home yesterday She will return Sunda Preston James son of the we known traveling salesman Press James shots young man by the name of Fiber at Louisville last Tuesday j The Economy Dry Gcods Store has the biggest line ot tobacco canvas ere r brought to Hartford Come and see before buyingMRS SARA COUJNS SMITH Mrs Martha Johnson of Logan county is visiting her ter Mrs John MRagland at Pleasant Ridge Mr Ragland met Mrs Johnson j at Beaver Dam Tuesday i Capt John G Keown has bought Mr AC Taylors house on Clay street and wilt occupy it about May ist Mr John H Thomas will occupy the property vacated by Capt The nobbiest line of Gents Wear Goodyjs Neckwear Hosiery c Come and see for yourselT MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH W D Green died at her resi IIMrs at Mt Vcrnon 111 yesterday and her body will arriv here for burial today Mrs Gree was formerly Miss Corlnner HartI ford MrHice Conditformerly office depI uty in the Bounty Court Clerks 01I fice in spending a few days with old friends here before casting his fo tune with the great West where he goes In about two week Rethel Duke who has been in prift on here lor tome time charged with j housebreaklng was released on bondI Wednesday Messrs M L Ernest Woodward F L Felix and 51- E Duke are his bondsmenIINetter Gllstrap who Is in jail here charged with killing Thomas Burton j at Cromwell a few days ago was brought out before Judge Miller for examining trial and was remanded tail o to await the action of the grand jury j Judge John M Gallowayol fBowl thlstweekJudge Republican nominee of the Bowling Green district for Circuit Judge He is alawyerof ability and can win eas ily if nominated Mr Jno C Riley put a large force MondaypnllingdownYpreparatory to the erection of a large modern brick building on its site The Commer clan was chief among the old land marks of the town but broken plaster alnne marks the spot where it stood- s for most a century Drop into my store n ext doorlo Dank of Hartford for Hardware Stoves Stove Repairs Tinware Roof andIIquick cash sales at smell but fair profits both to myself and frieads Given me a lash W S TtNSLKY sccompanledby J qtoabout 3000 acres of land to H C beenhwas recently decided in laver ot the parties referred too Mr Tine Embry of Tilford Gray son rosaryi had a little boy bitten by EmblYbronrht thenapparI the dog bite and the chances are notblngII in prospect A company has teen isncultivaten300 acres of tomatoes More than Sao acres have already been pledgedand a enterprlslnlfarmers ing the remaining acreage It is be Inra go yesI Reddish telephoned to Dundee for bloodhounds The whole town anda good share of the country joined In search for the missing wheels to no avail The mlf creints who oflended so gravely the peace and dig vita of the Commonwealth to the hurt of Mrs Reddish must have played a shrewd game as the dogs were unable to hollow them The whole matter should be referred to the franklin county grand jury 1 Xo Vlll 11 So Xo The Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought and rlilcli Ims been n use for over 30 years has borne tlio slpnntnro of has been inado under Ills per c24rand supervision slnco Its Infancy no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations mid Justasgood nro lint VIInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Castorja is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itarcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotlohiMibstancc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys VonnsMnull allays Fovcrishncss It cures Diarrhosa and Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConMtIpntont and Flatulency It assimilates tlio Food Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Children PaunceaTho Blothcra Friend ed to GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS leg soars tho Signature ofI the The KM You Have Always Bought ills rlx 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told ni llial only au operation could lirlp me and even that only temporarily that the head noises would then cease but the hiarmi in tin affected ear would be lost foreverC I then aw your advertisement accidentally In a New York and ordered our treat ment After I uut It only a few according to your directions tlienoiesceafied on today titter five wtvkx my beurin in tlie dt4caed ear has been entirely rcftored I tbauk j Lato beanily and beg to rcmuiu Very truly V A WURMAN 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation ExaatlonndYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ntn- cnrlual t INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL Ju Vef1severef4 noyance After trying several scrlptlous and rheumatic cures prej elded to use Chamberlains Pain which I had seen adveltised In the South Jersiman Alter two applica tlon ol this Remedy I was much better and alter using one bottle was completely cured Sallie Harris Salem N J For sale by all druggist CIA IS artIABaRs the itt Ks Yri Hait AIais BKit- IBlgnttr yIt ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE I COMPANY i ixioniomTru ANYHEAD NOISES DEAFNESS IMMEDIATELY Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Ky V Hartford Republican James U lug bOIFRIDAY Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo TablaFaNew time card liking effect Sunday Dee S in IWOatnoon North hound Nonlh found113 dne SST a m No 1JI dnll17 a lOJdntliirp m Xo lot dne ssr p tIIng in dot 1230 1111 Xo 191 due IU n M loellelshto- lUIoGOam XolM due 267 p m 8 B VAXUETIB Agvnt been IN HIS WOODEN LEGtorep been Found 15000 After that Junk Dealer Died For 25 years Gldson Mason a junk cure dealer oi Trenton carried his saving in his wcoden leg and when died be was worth 15000 in cash lost his leg in a ralltotd ac- ident For years ago He never would ell when he came lie had known better daysbe said and rum had ausIhis downfall When he was able COD get out on crutches he toulc theby pledge Friends bought him a wooden and a plush cart gave him a fewsin dollars and he began buying and sel long word ling junk Mason prospered When first wooden leg was worn out what Mason appeared with one of his own manufactured It was very clumsy you bulging at the top During the years Mason was accompanied onCrc rounds by a dog that was equipped with a wooden leg made by Mason to wish ake the place of one it had lost The and man were inseparable Ma taper was found stretched on his bedabe his lead the other day The county found a cavity in Masons ooden leg in which was concealed a never ond ill 15000 in bill and the pledge had taken and kept for 25 years The will was bellographlc set aside aSOt certain amount to pay the expense oi name care of the dog as long as he ve gave 3000 to a friend and thehlr been emainder to be spent in buying arti iclal limbs for worthy cripples Ind01 country Two days after them of Mason his dog was found lead on the grave of his master Inhe accordance with Masons wish exI pressed in his will the dog was burled a ild t his feet Newark N 3low abStrenuousLexington NebApril 7Twelvethl women followers oi Mrs Carrie Nan spjointagdestroyingbut THE NEW WAY his ommon Sonso for Women God the adles Should Read ol the Latent nod Stoat Sue cftufnl Importation from France jy All Womankind Stay TOHMM Bright Eya Fair SUn Strength and Oood Health So Oft71 Dr JnHorJ the famona French prac Itlontr who tmi deroted hUnhol We to the tudy ot women nod hu won the hlnhe t dim of inution through bli wonderfully inrceutul proc ire among the Shut lamlllee ot Iarlt of WUMAXA IIKKUIM Woman In a heroine najd the Doctor and her markable endurance and ability to withstand in he mot trying ordeal compel admiration Ihe U n Blare to the Natural Modesty ot her acetwhich no often rauim her to endure the rlal and suffer In alienee rather than consult ren her Family Ihjilclaa tearing to elpu 1this wrwlt to ncttwaary questioning and probable SDinlnatlun A IIFESTCUYIl- rcoicnlilnK this tact enrly In bin practice Dr Lallord ban by jVa ut study Dud clone nppll lallon tUrulredan entirely new method ot treat bent torah ulliuent peculiar to wonton which baa met with unbounded incmm and hU llrnnch Offlcen managed by nkllled pbjfldnn under hli personal nupcrrUlon are now located In rery as large city ot Knrop- elly hi inperlc method each patient recelrr absolutely tree ot charge full and detailed adrlce as topcclally Adapted to her case than avoiding all embarrassment or Inoonrenlvno nod ns Dr Ia IlorJi remedies are put up In the form ol small plainly waters they lire eaully carried and taVen J noy time or place without attractlnK atten tion This luiart regularity In treatment which M U most Important to A cure rant generally lm pomilble with liquid remedlf- sIlqulJ F rcmedlm alvnys contalnalarge propor tion of alcohol whUky or other liquors to pre Dpeeve them from spoiling Dr Lnllords Waters are a dry medicine nod are positively Irratrom Intotlcnnts or narcotic drugs ot any kind nOUEJlX nJrllumf Dr LallordV greatest suemislmii been achlev vdbytheniHinliheCAIIIIMA WAFKlt This Is not a latent a Kclentlflcprepa lotion ur Viburnum or CAHONIA rum luunly known us llluck lluwberry and tUber well known herbs whoHecurutlve properties have- beqn known to herbalist fur centuries Vibur onto or CAHONIA I recognlied arid pre scribed by tne leading physicians ol the world us the best known Niuvlnclor Female trouble The extremely disagreeable taste ot these drug hno been overcomeby skillful manipulation retaining however till ot their virtue anti strength nod tbeeepclflos have bwn socomblnm and prepar ed NS to lorm n dainty wafer easily taken yet embodying the most accurate trod certain cure fur Feiunle Weakness Nervous Irostratlonlnln lul and wenses Irregularity lA ucor rtuo or Whiten HterllltyLIcerntlon of the Uterus Change of lltu In Matron or Maid Chronic De dine Urinary Troubles Nervous Debility 1rofune Flow Threatened Miscarriage 1alpltntlou ot the Heart lain In the left Side fold Hands nod Fret Hearing Down lath Ilackache Short new olllnath Kcalillug ot Urine Korenes of llreitst Neuralgia 1terlne Dlrplaivmeut nnd ni- ltboe symptoms which make the average WOO ranns lite eu miserable It makes child birth easy and saves doctors Hills A VAIUAIIIE FlIATtlllK- CAIlOsu WAFFIIS have proven n blessing thousands of suffering women who have been well strong rand happy In n surprisingly short time by this wonderful treatment They will not only cure the mot obstinate casesno mutter how long neglected but are also the only known remedy that coO be absolutely relied upon to prevent tbmw monthly recurrences of extreme suffering needletily endured by so many ol our women 1ure nnil lUlcrllvc- Dr Ianords Wafers are purely vegetable containing no Injurious chemicals or drugs and are positively guaranteed to cure even the mot neglected coma If directions are carefully followed and the medicine honestly taken This valuable remedy Ilr Ijlllnrils tarn nnl now on sale In America by the Importing firm or Mnylri iillirC niiniir who have contracted with Dr LnDord for the exclusive agency for the United States A Consultation Department under the supervision Ilr U- hiord antI special advice flirnlsh- eabolotely tree of charge to nil who tflk tb treatment Mdlea ordering CAUONIA reln rlUd to write nil about their particular cases I letnll and are assured the mutt sacred privac- a to their correspondence nit no testimonials or etten from ladles are ever published by ns One box or CAUOSfA Wafers containing month supply will be sent securely packed oDd prepaid to any nd llotb UI or Cnnudaon c receipt of One Dollar accompanied by the details of your case A full and complete treatment Ip ludlng All necessary medicine and our written guarantee Five Dollars payable In advance This charge covers all expenses Including free idvlra nnd roll directions There are noaddl lonal charges ol any kind thus placing the treatment within the reach ol all Address Coniultatlon Dept Time Safin 1 fuller CompHiiy Market sad Silk Sit Fbli idelskls Pa 14lyr r Hammond charged with keep A the place was given twentytour to leave town or receive h coat and leathers o A VALUABLE MEDICINE Coughs and Colas In Chlldron I have not the slightest hesitancy recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who ore suffer from coughs or cods says Cbas to Cramer Ktq a well known watchmaker ful of Colombo Ceylon It has some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have and used it and it has always lor ben ficlal It has cured inc and quickly of all chest colds Ifls especially effective for children at don seldom takes more than one bottle to ly them ot borseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results sale by all druggists m Old Citizens Reply low RHFUDUCAN I totic a from Rosine signed L P CrowderandI am Very much to urprlsed I as an old citizen of Ro and as Mr Crowder qn4 I have been friends never bad a hard as that in our lives and I wanted to say It something in his behalf and this is I did say and will leave this to to say whether or not I said anything in good or bad II my old friend to thinks there is anything tos insult him I here and now ask his no pardon and forgiveness and dont teedby any means to enter into a confab and if I said one word J Raley in that article I ask age pardon but if you will notice the article quoted above yon will se that I mentioned J Raleys name and am truly glad that Mr Crowder espects the gray hairs for I have the myself As to the mention ot Mr Smiths everybody in the county knows and Smith and I have always friends and are today and will always be at least that is opinion and think I am right A- man like Smith that stands for what thinks is right regardless ot price am the friend of such men so longs i live I cant imagine why my friend would mention me being down for saying what I did his being Police Jndge of Ro if I did not mention the fact in most respectful way it was Ig of my not knowing bow to well and respectful ol a friend As regards Mr Crowder being old citizen or M S Ragland might have been but there were few that knew it and it he did work agaist M S Ragland that was privilege and free right and in his wisdom always give us right to vote and the right to have that vote counted as cast and urther that the man that is elected that vote or votes may have the privilege ol serving his peopteIIn conclusion I will say my friend teems to not want me to have the honor of calling myself an old citizen Rosine I lived within two miles Rosine and in Rosine for fortyfour years except three years when I was the Union Army in the interest of what I thought was right in order hat he might have the right to enjoy regardless of color or race I came to county in 1853 Among my acquaintances was Henry CrowderI father of L P Crowder a learned to love and respect and have never found cause to do otherwise lIe is a man that is just as tolid an the Ruck of Gibraltar and as honest a man can be He stands in the community of Rosine lIke such rain Sam Wallace David C Allen Charles Cromes C W Stewart Lu ther Rogers Esq Wm Awtrv Rev C Davis Rev W G Stewart Iibe Wright John Blown Samuel Wilson Charles V Christian RI Roman Joe Baize P Wilson Robert A Miller Wesley Miller L Taylor C T Edwards Jonathan Ralep J B Wright Edward Pierce Sylvester White Curt Bean and many others to numerous to mention Such men as these are the kind of men that stand firm for principal and right without price I mention this that you may known that I love the good citizens of Rosine and know them anti know that I love to sec the town pros per as I urn interested in the town and community Yours truly Oto1CnirKN Better Than Pills The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills Oar answer Is They are easier aid more pleasant to take more mild and gentle In effect and more reliable ns they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect nod their use Js often followed by constipation For sale by all druggists Been Burning Twenty Years Carbon Wyo AprIl7The fire that has been smoldering for twenty years in the old NO2 coal mine of the NasalrOATARRH In ill its stages thara should be cleaallneis 4 Eljg Cream Ilalax- leanseootheiarid beau the diseased membrane Itnreocalarrh and drives awsy a cold la the Lead quickly I Cream Balm U placed Into Lbs nottrlll iprudt ortr the membrane and Ii absorbed Rclltfli Im medltU and acur follows It It not drylnjdoes 101 prodo ulleczlar Larg Size 60 cent at Drug p1I or b mall I Trial SUe II ccoU bj man ILl BKOTSBtt MWann Sll lt fwTirt WOZTJlit3OR1W- 1IdLhth the Now Undor TIJO Sun All Ductots have tried to cute Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in puste lorm Their powdeta dry up the ea mucuoua membranes causing them cruck open and bleed The acids used in the inhalcis hllvew enUrely eaten away the M UIU membranes that their innkern have aimed cure while pasted And ointments cannot reach the disease An old experienced practitioner who has ninny years made n close study specmlity ot the treatment ot Catarrh has atjlast perfected a ttcatW which when faithfully used not relieves at once but permanent oi cutes Catarrh by leraoving the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is tbe only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as Souffles the Guaranteed Cure and is sold at the extremelytI price ol One Dollar each package containing Intel nal and external medicine tufficienl for a lull months is treatment and everything necessary its perfect use Snuffled is the only perfect Cure ever made arid is now recognized the only safe anti positive cure for annoying And disgusting dlseatleCI cures all inflamittion permanently and ii also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads Consumption Snuffles wll ave you it you nse it at once It is ordinary remedy tut a complete treatment which is positively to cure Catarrh in any form orh stage if used iccordit g to the direc ions which accornppiy each pack 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 j your casa without cost to you beyond regular price ot Snuffles theS Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States orCanada on receipt ot t- One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2330 andt 2332 Market street Philadelphiat Union Pacific here has broken out afresh and a force oi men is now en gaged in walling up the mouth of the a Ianshaft through which the smoke and flames are issuing 1 Twenty years ago when the fireI started the company being unable to control it walled up the shaft At in tervals of two or three years the fire has broken out in new places and lor five consecutive years it has burned steadily The fire has undermined the coun try lor a radius of a hallmile and miners say it will probably bnrn for an indefinite periodjrThis paper might be filled withI items like the following and everyone be the absolute truth I bad rheuI matism for years and tried almost everything but got no permanent relief until I used Chamberlains Paini three bottles of which have cured me It is the best medicine I ever used Philip B Rboads Penn vllle Mo Pain Balm is for sale b- It druggists m CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough- tsignatureof tBears the X T Cz JTTkfcW Experience convinces Ste for yourself how quickly Elys cleam Balm will cure catarrh or cold in the head We mall trial slzefor loc Full size Soc All druggists Ely Bios 56 Warren St New York Clllton Arizona Jan 20 1899 Messrs Ely llrosFInd enclosed 50 cents for which please send in your Cream Balm I find jour rem edy the quickest and most permanentI cure for cold in the htad Yours truly Dell M Potter Gen Mr Arizona Gold Mining Co uoVernal Vouchers- A thorn in the hand is worse than two in the bush Presents make the heart grow toe derKeep your shoes polished Then you can always shine at one end ifi you cant at the other Where theres a kid theres a rqueakMan Is like a nail when he is crook ed You may be sure he has been driven to it by a womanI Ivjenthe things we wantIThe relation at sound Is merely lIthe antI cry A Hotel Joke A traveling mauls the authority ior the foiling story The name ol t town in wjilch tile Incident is withheld because it is bappenedI a reflection In the holster There is in a Kentucky town hotel which heirs a reputation 01I scrvln meals which me not always eaten with much relish The open isg ot the dining room doors Is announced by a Negro who tings abel and he incidentally cries Dinner with a vim The Negro anti tlrc bell manage convey the Information that ner is ready to every corner of 11 hotel and should the Itont doors beI open many hear the noise Recently the Negro announced dinner in his usual way hut it dog the property theproptictor was lying asleep near the office door The noise awakened him and he instanly t began lb whine nod bark The IbdgSF Negfo rant iild bell tUd iUlKler was the ntilne made fey the cilulne This nDnOied the Negro and he stopped calling Dinner but kept ringing tbe bell lie tutned to the dog nnd raid what the hueo- u whining for you tluut have to itHe U then proceeded monotonously Dinner Dinner and the dog went to sleep again High Pressure Days Men nnd women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to bold thtir own nowadays Never the demands of business the wants ot the family the rtqulements society more numerous The first effect ol the praiseworthy effort to keep up with all things fa commonly- seen in a weakened or debilitated con dition ot the uervous system which results in dyspepsle defective nutri of both body and bruin and in ex cases in complete nervous pros tratlon It is clearly seen that what needed is what will sustain the ays tern given vigor and tone to Ihe nerves and keep the digestive and assimilative functions healthy and active From personal knowledge we recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla for this purdose It acts on all the I vital organs builds up the whole sys tem and fits men and women for these highpressure days House Bill Hoi96r Mr Bennett introduced the follow bill which was ordered to be printed anti referred to the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures viz An Act to amend and reenact as amended cectloc ijtl ol the Kentucky Statutes relating to mills grinding corn and wheat That section 2721 of the Kentucky be and the same is hereby amendedand reenacted by insetting words or exchange after the word ground In lines eleven and and the wojds or flour alter word meal in line thirteen ot said section so that said section when amended shall read as follows viz 2721 Everyowner or occupier of mill grinding for toll whether established by law or otherwise shall these and use eealed measures ol bushel and peck and a toll dash sealed and shall measure all grain by strike measure under the penalty ol five dollars for every such failureI recoverable with cost before a justice of the peace for use ol tbe inlormer Every miller shall well and sufficiently grind the grain brought to his mill for the consumption of the person bringing or ondln in due time and in the ordet that the same shall brought giving the preference only to what may be necessary for his own family use He may take for toll one elghth past and no more of all or exchange on a water mill and one seventh part and no more ol all grain ground or exchanged on a stream mill ot which the remaining parts shall be ground Into meal or flour and onesixteenth part and no wore 01 that the remainder of which shall be ground into hominy or malt Fe any violation of these rules ns totim order or quality ot graining or as to the amount ol toll taken or demanded the owner or nccupler of the mill shall forfeit five dollars to the party Injured recoverable with cost before jnstic ol the peace Had No Affectation- The death 01 Cecil Rhodes puts a perio I to a politicoindustrial career UiMt Is unique In all history Begin ning life as the weakchested son of a poor English clergyman the future uncioxded king ol South Africa first beheld the land of promise when at the nge of nlnteen he arrived at Table Ray an invalid In search ol health In the country that bears his name Rhodes received the homage of a mon arch lIe was tbe source of good and evil praised lot the completion of a railroad inH blamed for a continued dtouth Among white men he was a hero To the black he was the em bodlraent ol the AngloSaxon race Among the natives he was called I MOTHERHOOD Tim grcnleit ambition ofAmer Jean men and women Li to have homes bless ej with children lho woman afflicted with female dis 1cno It constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine can restore oatt organ but Wino of Cardul does regulate derangements that pro 1eent conception does prevent miscarriage docs restore weak functions and shattered nerves and does bring babies to homes yearsWinohealth and strength to bear heal thy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardul from your dealer WINECARDU11U MemphIs Teon April Ii 1801 ortobnmarriedglvenhirtbtoacb14 unlU IWok WI linebabYRlrl IfeelNow my home I hapty and I aster wilt houseCgaiu gtvhiwIJmptenuowns CiItnAOg Th OIItll1IodIetne Comptay 1 U When a man Is drowning hU fri day a question of timely help It it the lame thing disease a time the doctor of a nun whole condition U bopeleut1U youd begun In time yon night This U especially UM wthe dis ease affects Delay U danger la ous The timely use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical will result In cure of deepseated coughs bronchitis and weak lungs heruonbaKrs have been fre uent and profuse OoUlen Medical Dbcovery baa beta used time and again with the result of a perfect and permanent cnn Mr McCaulcy ofLeechburg Armstrong IT Co Pa had eightyone hemorrhages and after other lid had alleG t lie was completely cured by the use of Golden Discovery no substitute for n Medical Discovery There U no other wed blue just as good for weak lungs UI was la poor health when I commenced taking Dr Nests vedldac writes Mr ItlOMr Lawler of voigs Jeeron Co lad 14kidney hestt tad lung femabtes WI atbIe any worn I had a aerrr cough and or UM but after galag medicine i while I commenced to tm I a strength sad flesh sad stopped coui hlng rtiht away shout six or Ut Golden S0dkl I theU sad Lad Z had Grippe sad It settled en my lungs leaving mt with a severe cu4b lmb4th doctor but b- didnt e pi to 1 comnen4 medletSe 5JD JorJathree or fear latties of tile P tacueTy and two vials of Dr rierccs relicts and that strsUhtened me up feel like a different I tally recom und your medicine to all sufferers I know It cured me Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser piper covers Is sent ftt on It ceipt of 31 onecent to pay ex pence of mailing only Address Dr L V Pierce Buffalo N Y The Separator of Bulls Son of the Great White Queen the man who eats a country fur his breakfast The leading trait ol Rhodes char acter was his absolute lack ol affecta tion lie received the day laboret and tUe foreign Minister In tbe very same way lie was never an actor never played with mystery but alI ways came straight to the point whether it was business or politics in which be was dealing Chicago RecordHerald What Women Like in Men What Men Like In Women and Husbands and Wives are the title ol a series of very Interesting papers by Rafford Pike the third ol which appear in The Cosmopolitan lor April The same number of The Cosmopolitan treats of Prince Henry visit with a series ol beautifully printed photographs under the title A Clever Emperor and a Coated eration of Nations F Hopklnton Smith Israel zangwlll Diet Harte and Maarten Maartens are among tbt other contributors to this number which is unusually good in fiction IINobility RecommendsNervine The above portrait is that of Countess Mogehtud of Chica go Ill whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of Dr Miles Nervine prompted her to make this statement It affords me great to add cir testimony to the very escellen- tnerftiot Dr Milts Nervine Although I am put So of age I find it soothes the tired braIn the Irri tated nerves and Insures reitiul sleep I never ttl contested without a ol It In theyawsCIISISTIANA Countess MogtlsMd M11CBNervine is a nerve tonic and strength builder that starts 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