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I 1 I JI iI L 0 1 I 1 j r j r I I JTnE E1I11rEtJR1IJ I EiIFFiTI3LiciANt II FineJ6rV Work aSpecialty t OFFICrALOan QF THE pnTiI THE r DlTH nlEUONALDISUrCT Subscription 1 a year IIt VOL XIV I HARTFORD KY RIPAy APRIL 18 1992 No 39tA TRAGEDY Telegraph Operator Shoots His FatherInLaw at Met inOralnd tItHe Then Defies Arrest for Several Hours t He Fjgaliy Takes Carbolic Add aid Dies in a Short Time Metatnora IndAprIIxaMad denedby bla wifes supposed unfaUh I falnwsRlchard Oljpfaaat Jeiegraph operattf today ajnrdercd bii father 1 I lIer II JurfJt by holding tbe entire town at bay with asjotgnn and finally ended tillI own life wlth S dotvpl carbolic acd aTacJthe tnuider tbe entire com raunltj bis beB panicstricken- Ollphajot charged Dick McAntee a r firemaSjOn tbe Big Pour Railroad p with aIeaatJg hit wifes affections ti t sad bad threatened several times to 4 precipitate a tragedy Their friends believed a separation Inevitable and tbe domestic difficnltyihad bet l come ji public acandal lmi morning Mrs Qliphant went to thKBIg Pour Station arrayed aa if 41adyI ra long journey She waa IItlaearneat conversation with ber IJer face showed traces ol weeping Just tefore the train was due Ollph anfapptartd In the door ol tbeataUonJ r with a shotgun In his hind acem td to be a milter of comon knowledge that McAntee waa on board the com Ing trajn and bystander Immediately anticipated a tragedy Just as the engine heaved IIIt wps flagged by an unknown person Immediately a scoie ol spectator 1uhreto tbe engineers cab and warn ed him not to lUll into tbe station III tthetragedy was impendingsOllpbant however in sit l uation at a glance and burst Into achenzy Without a wodikran up tbe platform to his lathetlnlaw and f a c discharged the contents orbluhotlunj j 4 laUthe luckless mana left side I l Ibiq i IdooprsyQftheteIegrpb loom luclJgnn IdlDaouhcd hepI would kill the first man whe attempt I cedto take Jar His mad bravery l watwell laGa and be was loaded t dOa with firearms iledemanded tolkoowwhere McAntee was hiding saying he prbpoitd to mike another killing brfpre be would urrendcrcI The Sbeilfl organized a poise and t tried to make tbe arrest by strategy At every suspicious move howtveFh Ollpbant would discharge a revolver Win the direction of the crowd and the entire town was soon panicstricken t beld possession vfv tile railway station tbeentlre afternoon a About 3 oclock in plala view of the ficrowdbeScorn his pocket and ttranblt Al most imraejdiijtely he Ml hejpless and the Sherffls rushed upoa him and- S made him yrlsonajr He died at about loctock Captain Pcosler had been removed to liLa home snd died atVnooa Oil phsata Wlfels saUl to have escaped oa theiiigFour train with McAntee r MMSpeit His LIre In Petticoats When frank Lashaway was laid to 4 ret a few days ago In a little ceme tery near Uqntagut N Y the end came to a remarkably curious life lIe was burled in petticoats and tbe atangeat pa ft of this tact Is that hem 11 L mmII c tl Ob guestiaTegoneltle amilersllpa from the face o no s gives up to the rather body Many a woman entet wears a smile wb le her b cle acUel and her nerves qaLver with pain 6ftljr any medicine often relief to women would be worth atrial 4dc dteondit1ol1l But when the UI niedldne Dr Pierces Parodte PrcacripUoi is offered with the A of thousands of well atteeied carts bat ezcuu can thou be longecDr Prescription weA cin itronl I I Qu Well 1I driesec11ar drains 1 4 4 =LRftIajt1M aad ilaerails U4 uwIIMgtsMt vIrWrll4JU1 lI4aor aI4Ja o rFavorite JriMftIClooa si4 IIs Uxoly Cawte ko otlsmI vtita AmitnTc Va aSi wfltrcd unUU1 1IOflioIIi btrbcad I nt ixrw ylvodi rrtcrtptlou lad OOId loIc40 cataroicq sVtMauiPcUeUtifflulata she was ciittrcly trer i bad yornthetaifofcioftyyearsx Tbe day hSwas nineteen years old be donned womans attire at the rtquesl of his mother who feared he would be drafted to serve In the army arn from that time until a short tlmebt fore Iediedb posed ea woman f Frank wss born In Bay City Mich He was a slender sickly lad Dad 01I books and handy at housework Af ter his fathers death his mother de cided to return to her girlhood horn In Lewis county New York about this time the first levy of draft ed men was to be drawn and hiImother was in terror lest her only child should be conscripted She conceived the idea of passing ber sleader and rffeminattloqking boy oft ioadaughterinthe new home to which they wejfe going and he was lnducidb aorTTeme 61 her clothing which i had been made over for him She gave him the name of Prankie acd for many years after her arrival In the Salmon Creek neighborhood hiaex was not suspectedaWhile acting aa school teacher In a large district In Lewis county knownI as Haymarket Lasbaway met many young women and Sell In love with one the daughter of a farmer who caused him to deplore the fate that bed dressed him In the garb worn bya the object of his affections They beacame close friends and he was later subjected tothe humiliation of hearr 11IDuring the winter months that fol lowed be considered tbe advisability of going away among strangers and w putting on mens attire but the loltowing summer went to a circus and In the side show met the bearded lady He became greatly interested in her and spent the entire afternoon In the side show Noticing his re gard and the bluishblack hue of bittbe bewhishered freak and the of petticoat youth Sell into conversation and taahiy coofessed his aecrect hilibeShe give him the address ofa firra in New Yorkwhere he could se uro a situation with a museum Lashaway went bcklo candi 1t himself 1n thehOQse for ajear the end ofthltlple he emerge- 4h6nVb K aid vycI 4be it- WtfltltQYOtk dftcUrtdamei1 t1 uient beatkbllled s Madelfne de the beAfded woman He posed mmder the side show edt daring the lcifesvdague It was then that his secret out and his neighbors learned tha rankle Lhshaway was a man Bjrthla time however he had be 4ireticosts and his lilt request was that e be burled in hem The request as carried eat TA Billiard Ball It takes more than a year to make billiard ball Few devotees of the game probably are aware of the in nite pains that hat to be expendedt this of th 5wenttalnmeat Billiard balls are made from ele J- phants tusks and only the smallb tusks from four to six inches thickest diameter will do or these be fothislate and the demanded is far in excess of the supply The stringency in the market has Induceda ptominent billiard company to ofiertooooror perfect substitutes fur ivory The elephants tusks come from the n factories cut up In sections eacblhav iiotthetirnlrg9f a single ball Only skjlledlabo fsempjpyedtb wok upon it Ttfe exact center of the piece must first be discovered by measuse ment It ia then placed in a socket and onehalf of the ball Is turned by a sharpedged steel Instrument The Isthen as before in a tiroom66 too degrees The ball must be kept thus suspend ed or about a year when it is rubbed and polished to as pear a diameter of twovandxtbreeelgbts inches Even greatest care it is impossi ble to make two balls of exactly the ol same weight is aTheplaced in usej ian un a1pquantity It the rOOailu which it is kept is hot the pores of the ivory may and a crack ensues Then it hastooIi be returned to the factory whore shaved ff and tebI1lardloqlUllget another crack and agbln goes back toII the factory where this time it Is prob ably fixed up for a cue ball in ppWhen it has reached its last usefulness as a bill It is bought byc IiiIntoAnjerlcan I filtNo Complimentary to MedfclneII verwotkFdYouWbl1e lie had any senseleIt I be wouidatbave k d ctorMoons- hine l I LJ I I L I DEPEW SPEAKS Pro0osesaji Amendment to Re- s10lutloa for Popular Elec tion of Senators Woahlngton April 12 Soon after the Senate convened today Mr De pew of New York offered an emend ment to the resolution to provide Sc populartlownliTtle qualification of citizens entitled to vote for United States Sen ators and Representatives In Congress shill be uniform In all the States an Congress shall have power to en force Uls article by appropriate legis latlqqand provide tot the reglstra tionot citizens entftlcd to vote the conduct of such elections and the cer tlfjcate ot the results Mr addressed the Senate in iupport othis amendment In part he aaidi The proposed amendment under the consideration proposes to maketbe Senate a popu srbody and reverse the principle up on which the government has existed down to the present time At the adoption of such and amendment to the constitution if it Is adopted this addition which I offer to It Is the clear nd logical sequence A number of States have by var laus devlces prevented a third or a recoznlzedI theIhave led to the adoption of cae measures are not pertinent to this discussion The adoption of these new constitutions In several State however containing grand ather and other clauses has led to a movement In the House of Represen and in the legislatures of some the States to change tbe represen tation In the House of Representatives votesII ol United oligarchy In ny State can send here arepresenta Uve equal to that of great States like New Qork which have manhood auf age1fStatea in which half of the voters are disfranchised are to have equal voice in this fcody wlth States ke Pennsylvania olive ortent1mea meti population and with manhodd suffrage it New York which casts because of Its siaabood snflragel 479tJ votes Is lobe entrallied In aOectlng her vast Interests Mississippi casting 55000 votes because the majority of her citizens are disfranchised then tbe situation becomes Intolerable oJ am not under ordinary circum IIICCI and normal conditions in vor of the proposed reduction of rep resentatives in tht Southern Slates I am not in favor of any legislation by the general government which inter feres with the local aflalrs of those commonwealths but if the door is opened by adoption of this amend meat to the constitution for tbe changing of the character and cousti t1ou qf the Senate of the United tatei then that measure must neces sarily be accompanied by power to in ure afull and honest vote of the cit ens of the republic and protect this ody in the election oi those who may designated hereas Senators Mr Pepew was accorded the pro und attention if tbe Senate as be poke Good for Rheumatism Last fall was taken with a yery evere attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and an- oyance After trying several pre scriptions and rheumatic cures Ide- dd to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I bad seen adveltlsed In the feouth ferstman After two applica tion ot this Remedy I was much better and alter Using one bottle was completely cured Sallie Harris Salem NJ For eale by all druggist To accommodate those who are par 1 at to the use of tomlzerB in apply I ing liquids into the natal passages lot catarrhs troubles theproprletors pre Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube la 75 cents Druggist or by min The li quid embodies the medlcial properties the solid preparation Cream Balm quickly absorbed by the membrane ud does not dry upthe secretions but changes them to a national and healthy character Ely Brothers 56 Warren StNY U r DlsclpllnlntConvlcts When a Georgia convict commits an infraction 01 the camp rules he Is pun ishlng with a leather atrap on the bare odl bent over a barrel This strap about two riches wide and eighteen Incheslcxjg made ot belting The J11 sbmcntis rpmone to tweutyClveI lathes About ao er v require punishment each I i o1esm6Ung swearing idling insnbordi atlon and fighting I liprbneness to gamble Is as great as it if to P theft wheather in Im pilspnment orenjoying freedom and doubt c of punishment for L such Infractions There are some amusing Incidents of gambling In the camps craps and skin games being the rule But a negro will ton anything from which toea fly will light on first to who will be th first to catch an Insect In another woolly head They get their money for extra work done at will for wnjch they are paid on tree labor basis The per cap- r ita circulation In the camps will average 3LealleT I In Kentucky When Henry Watterapn squeezes out a trar and sees in the White House And a Republican Congress visions of the Mn qn Horseback and Mexicantzation aympathetlc persons dpnt laugh no matter how much they want to Tbey respect a great Ktlef They know that the work looks dark to the colodeVwheneverlse muses upon his Iqst Lenore tile Stsr Byed Goddess He stands upon the lone Kentucky shore and blubbers as he recalls that angel formaqd ace 01 S11 drllD NZly Oral they hay Uk o yon awry Aad I irabut sea my darllar s7 mortl The nerves are so affected by these dolorous mediations It is no won der that the Man on Horseback can ters into the colonels waking dreams Regret for so dear a head at the Star Eyed is1 sharp enough to fill a sensi tive spirit with forebodings hippo grafts and crlospbinxes The colonel is doing ai well ascan be expected and these occasions moping fits servo to bring into more salient relief the essential gayety ot his nature As a faithful Democrat he has to be In doleful dumps pretty oCteDThe country must go to the devil before it can go to the Democracy In unlead ed agate type the colonels lamentations general and special would make a book about ten times as large as the Louisville Democracy but his jubilations his poems his whoops and hnllabalcose his grand tritfin phal odes ratting lyric charges salu tatorles to the boys in the trenches cheerful remarks on the bright IdeI and chapters of joy would make a li brary of about half the aize of the capI itol at Washington He grieves occasionally but he rejoices much He mayhaveallghtattack5olwaterbrashbut mental and moral Is admirable Ex cepj when he dwells upon the memo ry of the StatEyed he lijuat as hagyas a jDemoctatle 9atraagecolonel can only hope that the sheep I will straggle home somehow Mean while he considers It the duty ol a shepherd who knows his business to yell Wolf I from time to time spending the rest of his time In playo lug a medley on the pastoral or searching orthe bank whereon tbeI green mint grows Col Watterron can not get oneI millionth of an Inch of gooseflesh out of his sfterdlnner dismal divinations The Man on Horseback Is one of his old wax figuers A horse on Mans back would be more novel but we have no right to Interfere in the musings of the colonels museum It Is enough to remind him that we are glad to know that be Is well and stilt engaged in stirring up the brethren rebuking the backsliders and lambast lug the sinners The StarEyed has gone out but still there is a right smart lot of things to live for and in the words of Col MulllgaaitTht dortt BOIM an tht saddest- a10 xuivekr Tbt streams daDe on tbald4tlIIn Kentucky Hip poiekiu are the tntckMt llitol hands tbe tlltkmt Cylinder turn qulettCIn XctuckmSoar bird era the ewwtett In Kentucky Thoroughbred the flntcet III XentukyaTbe Thunder peal the landeet TbeUnduapele tbe mandeet ljPolitics tbe ddeetI- n Kentucky To Hon Henry Watterson ball and good dayiea York SUlJl The Peach CroprAccording to the crop reports that have been received during the past few days the peach crop In Kentuckya Ihaa been practically severe winter weather The report t comes from several hundred crop ob servers In every agricultural district In the State Major Hers y an authoriI tyon the aubjecimays I am to doubt these report and I think when the armer weather sets In and the trees begin to put out it will be foundl that the crop is not in such a condition Ol coarse there is no way of telling just how much damage the crop has sustained until we have acmeI warm weather Undoubtedly theI crop baa been killed in some local ttlelInre Cave GAxetteC 0 A iFonX Beers tb Yow Hats Ales JI t ItaThey were were arrested in Washington the othI er Gay Soc running an automobile some eleven miles an hour beyond the speed permitted by law I Were they Democrats after an issue Exchange j I a WITH A BOTTLE ACjjIcago Saloonkeeper Attack cd Eight Armed Robbers Chicago April 4In a desperate battle betweeii a saloonkeeper and elghj drunken marauders two men were shot and two others were badly wounded which later led to their ar reat ril were hurt but escaped The aOalr occnrrad in Michael Adon owlczs saloon In a lonelyspot on the squtI slde The saloonkeeper was about close his doors when eight men carrying revolvers entered Two pj them covered Adonowicz with their I while anotbor pair start ed trfflpen the cash register Other th aib rof The irii helpedtbem sctvrsto whisky and cigars Adon owiczf undaunted by the 1ev- sled t Mai ieizei a heavy bottle fromTthe bar and assailed his captors witha vigor so sudden that both were stretched put in a trice Then Adondwlcz maddened at the sight of the looting snatched a revolver from the third robber and opened fire MichaeltJensley one of the intruders fell with bullets In his hip and abdo men Benaleva companions Immediately returned the fire The scene had become a general riot Chairs were hurled through thewindowa and tie bar wrenched from its fastenings The bullets flew wild but one of the robbers put Adonowicz hark de corn bat with a blow on the had Cbas AshmuB living over the saloon at tractedbv the noise rushed into the street just In time to meet two bt the highwaymen who were leaving the plomptlyahotscalp wound and knocked Ashmus senseless Tile men took 7 from him anddeparted When the police arrived all but Beisiey who war unconscious on the floor bad fled Later Herman Podebl an Joseph Polsczynski supposed to have been the men who held up Ash mus were arrested Both were cut bruised from tbe blows ot Adon owlczs bottle Adonowlczand Ash mus wereaJf unconscious i but were easily revIved SquareAnd saw four iei1 standing on the Sour corners the earth holding tbe lone winds tttienhlJ tJuivia4ai44 po blQwqn he earth nor qn tbeaea aorI 0 any tteVeJUon 71 pptietvM Gayor forme z yol Paducah 1 preacjifd si ser moo Sunday arguing that the earths not round as the ungodly allege but Is flit and tqure Gray isa coj red preacher belonging tp the Church f God He held forth Sunday after oon at the corner of Fourth and Sycamore streets to a large crowd of peo expleiuipgbiLnovetidea of geo graphy Qrayor has a church at Elliott and Lincoln avenue where he preached In the venlngr His aisoqlates who spoke from the ame platform dlsclrlmed his views IIe 1 r- THE HOME GOLD CURE An Inoenloua Treatment vty Which Drunkard are Being Ciled Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Dose No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Poal tlv Cur for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood hstDrunkmmese is a disease and notI weakness A body filled with poisons n4 nerves completely shattered by prIodlcaior constant use otlatox liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicate lag thl poison and destroying the vlai for intoxatants Sufferers ay now cure themselves at home withqnt publicity or loss of time from bpalness by this wpncjerful Home perfectedftertreatment of inebriates The faiths use according tO directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter hqw lard a drinker records show tbe marvelous transformation pi thousands ofDrunk uprlgbt Wives cure your husbands II Children cure your fathers J This rem is in no senSe a nostrum but Is a- peci6c for this disease only and Is l preparedhatpleasant to the tate BO that it can be given in a cup of tea or cofiee with the knowledge ofthe person tak ng it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and ail mauy mute have been cured and made tem erale men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in codec1 or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own tree will Do wait Do not be deluded by ap llmprovementDrive n time The The Home Gold Cure fsoldat the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing treatIug s6to5o Pull directions ac company each package Special ad by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the worldon receipt 01 oae dollar Address Dept- I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 PhiladelphiaAll eatlal f4 0 They belonged to the church of the Holy Ghost and are brothers W A Stewart and LStawttQimejftbcm- in fact intimated thatptayor waaan Ignoramus Alter the preaching which wtss continuous performance from eary Ja the alterncoti till about 7 oclock a duzen colored women took the stand one at n time and spoke ol their religious beliefs The remarks were Interspersed with songs of the pecul iar negro variety Evansvllle Conr ler SURGICAL OPERATION IA Controversy Settled by tile Extraction of a Bullet From a Witaess Frankfort JCyMApdl J2Aproci- edlng sorncijiah4ttdLtbordinary marked the trial of a felony casein the Franklin Circuit Court today Judge Can trill ordecsd a reccES ol court In the mldstiotibettrJal loBg enough for the chitfoproifccutlng witi ltll to be ubmltt tiAIl operation for the removal of abullet fired into his body nearly twelvemonths ago by the defendant The case on trislswss that of the Commonwealth ng JEd Dnncaa charged with ahootUg Richard L Kirk The Conimopvrealtb hud placed Dr O H Reynold wboat tended Kirk on the stand Sow controversy mote as tu the n mber of bullets fired into the body ol tbe witr peas and also as to hi position at the time he received them Common wealths Attorney Franklin Insisted that three bullets bad stuck Kirk and that two ol them struck him at let be was down He had the wit ness show the marks ol the wounds to the jury and the attorneys for the delendant still doubting he asked the witness if he would submit tu an pbylchlntoopened and the bullet which he clalmed was flllithere taken outand ita course shown bj its position KItk readily Jtsseiited and suggested that it beto iHa thecourt rooOiia presence of theTnry The attorneys lid not deem this jatter scene necesr wary and the witness was Immediate ly taken to the physicians office The bullet was found in the back and cutout Iq a ball hour the tzialu resumed The sbootiog took place at Bridge port in June 1931 r in Iia L dru1t UMPTltJN I Bryan Strikes Back William J Bryan haa justWrfli lt4i another evidence that ho intends to fight hrcJ agaigst the element in his party which is trying to abolish him He declares that the delegates fo the Conventions which arc to be held this year should be Instructed Jor or against the Kansss City platform The reorganizes he says have never Sought an honest baite In the party or out of it and they willnot make an open attempt ta charge the policy of the party Pot this reason as he says they wftl object tp Instruc tions oi any sort for ar against the last national platform of their party Also for this reason Bryan wants in sanctions so that the country can tell just where the masses of the Demo cracy stand Unquestionable Mr Bryans course is courageous and logical The thing for the Democratic party to do is to tell what its attitude Is to the issues which were formulated In tne national platform of 1900 as well as to show where It stands on the questions which have come up since Mr Bryan hlmaelfe contends that silver Is stilt a big issue and consequently he will try to force the reorganizes to make some sort oi declaration on this point favorable or adverse He is against all sort of straddle nowsl he was in 1896 and 19QByreerr bllIget an expression which the country will know to be toe precise view of the Democracy on tbe leading issues It is to be hoped that tbe excandi dates Democratic enemies wilt muster up spunk enough tu accept his challenge He evidently beltves that the majority of the rank and file of his party is with him on the silver question The majority of the Dem ocrats who resids on the west aide of the Mississippi are undoubtedly with him on this question A powerful element ol the same party In the mid dIe West and the South also is on his tide on this Usue but just whit portion that Ingredient bears to thej whole party somethings which era nut be stated with any approach to canfidence It will be known defi nitely lithe reorganizer have courage enough to accept the Nebraskans challenge The country hopes tha the test will be made GlobeDemo rt i F I iCaptainGridIey4 J MotbfMnduBrotherj IDiin J M ro IDLinzLOrW1s7 t leI cw Orftlky who W c4ndBtDewtys nCi aUk 4Nsctloa ot Uu S piMItya ot oumaedy ruMrJAt tlu zoIIdiat1o oI a- MY rkllf1Hf1PeINlrItIM tMdly tIS agra toNIc and Irtwa 1rh1J1lUdJJfiIItfIJ J lei every househol After I1I61IIwiM pidJe JkfsnvUSO 5PJUDLBY MrLJeatJsh jWJJer mosa C af4ratf O HtlfJJanUaamt oziJyl11nShe wrlUa as follows to Tb r rnaA- MedieinaCo lean Iftaa4OUxee1ltnjy P rrina MOB oMh bMt onlaey aod tarth WboJilMc1rr04abatan tLal mrndy rkacrGtr1otb1ai er JealdeateliiK a goe d tontaU ia am f- IUTeclu ss for c trtboKra lames Longtrs HonAXttclual E Qridley brother lOcptala OrldUj Uo ape ba good rori far Feren la a letter wrltUa UtrestWsah1ngtonDO4he Th Fraaa Medicine Co Cohuobtu 0 Qiatleme Your Ptruafbtt beta I tb MTIotllwmeadlrjJt to All who want itgood ubttBtMrtmedyi both aia toatatad a catatrkcaLucIst EOdd1ay ILlit Ituy X Kennedy aiaaafer t the JLraeurifc Cos exhlbtt1rauiMissIssippI pxpoaltloo Omaha Nab writca th folloirlng in regard to Porn natrom BCPWcst Slxtya4streetChicago III i Itonndtheul changed dial iCONFJESEPTOAWURDEFt 0pr t f1ctlI psas PrefeH tllat nefrlUflis WertAccldcital jploqcgingjon Ind Ap4liSev- Cralyes i ajojphn Addy and family consisting 9 Hwile and two sons John and Philip aged twenty and twentyone years respectfully re Wded ncarrtrl k burr in Owen county Later the family refflpvedtp Clay county where the spns left the parental roof and went to Minnesota to seek their fortune The boys q IIQ4wealtbyC In some manner the Addy boys learned that Kane and his wjfeliad considerable money sccrefcd about OIl ind proceededto concoct a ofltfemploy and some tint diulugtb night of November ao last the old rnauJ9e4J4QJOJi7 fire John Addy reported tothoBeJgbbors whollvsx quite distance from the ceus that JUr and M1Cne had perihed J t1 r p IJln II wuobdlyrbUIU11i1llb uJJtsuited is his eforts to save tba ot the old couple His story was ac cept d as the trutJJrn4 the people and presofSatactionhera1dcMm- as a hero Last February Philip retunod tq his old home near Patrlcksburg ing frlendf amqng pthers Martini Kelser and wife whcuqrao yearsagq removed to Minnesota and lived neighbors to the Kans family late moving back to Indiana White a Kclsers home PhtUp Addy told then that theaeold people who hadixin their former neighbors and friends had been murdered for their money and the house burned In order to con ceal the crime Now Kelser and wife are not only excellent cltlrens bu shrewd people and they communi cated with some friends in Minnesota the stgry young Addy had related Aa soon as possible detectives took the matter np and attested John Addy who was confronted with thq letter written by Mrs Kaiser contain lug his brother Philips story He broke down and confessed admitting that he and his brother were guilty and told where Philips bloody clothes could be found A detective arrived here a few days ago in search of Philip but he bad returned to Minner sots ih ignorance of ibis brothers ar rest The officer followed and located his man lilt Monday and the broth ers are now In jail awaiting their trial for this heinous crime New System Of Telegraphy Stockton Cal April 10 While constructing abarbed wire system for the farmers In tbe JortllerpI partol the county JH It i aiMeaUl to Sight 7an travcUog co- mpty ffafilpgiftofftyttm Oa thijdeac1edstomach IetImtoIIlpable cures perfected by the use of Peru aa I ldedfTtan4lOOu found myself wall repaid i HI hsinavreuudiiforabou tthree complilyrejuvenatedI nothialtatoto give CaaUnted praU to your r1YPnaaMsryS son nedyConreunranQo TVBiaUh of Mur phsbor9 ItL II I tab picture to testifying to tho merits of P TUflAe I taken one ljcItUe fet my utsrrli sad X feel Y ry aroduotec1good Ionic I take j lllaftrSaremending P rnna4 Oexi W Smith If you do notdutw pieapt sadsatis fMtorjr result firciaUieiMfofPernna writ at once t p Hariman giving a full statement of youreiaa and ho will pIeMdtogir yon hi1 valuablo ad vlccgtatlj Address Dr Hartman President ott Coluinbn4Ohio phoce emploje of JoJ W h swtogn I J IIU hoJ44C set oiPaclfic jSaUa tctpnesi1e- a5rL9d1ba been constructing series of lines for the iaVntsJ in the northern pot I county and two of these systems were a 1J 1 apart While testeng onq wireLime heard some one talking on the inde pendent line more than eight miles away He studied out the situation lephone any thing ever reported ieretoJore He promlss that hewllli relcave the secret he haa Discovered Ja KI short time u Can any reader Intorm oae where I can let examiuedrLC T 1 I Whtt racdlclnedosoa advise me to take t have a case of Biumpa on ay hands t I Z219uaftn4anDomtXnpw i 1t9ble How To J RIJ 101irI discqvlry estIingIndatCs unhealthj L4100 oftltt kid nes fIf Ifstafns 4evidencetroubles too frequent desire I In j C Inc OCC IS 5130 convincing proof that the kidneys ani der are out of order WhaUiD9There Is comfort IDlhei knowledge so SwampRwish In curing rheumatism ln the kidneys liver bladder eVery JnabllUytIf of bid effects following usa lit liquor wino erbeer and overcome that unpleasant cftcnduringdill nr the nlgrt The mild and the ordinary pf SwampRopt U soot It stands Us won derfui cures of IhomQstdlstressing cases If you a you shoifld IL a best SoIdbydruggtsinOcndlizes va a and a book that tells more abo ut It both sent I absoutClytree by condi t- oP piln blad pain part extra effect need have may mail 9intCOtiolt reading thisgeneouvof Q tnhI3- papercwcHippusH PENNYROYAL1PILLS L 4 co- VI ss or r 4 II teas Net tIny 4Tidfra4prut1at III- rUCIIJWr811 and Goad IDIIII neoeItwlublue rlbbm Tnk no other kaflral dDp1OUe ubtIluUomiKBd lntlatlon IJuycf your DrugglC- 0f 1sn4 4c pIieu1arTcim- oulala anellfJi r tar LadliifrtUrbrr tpi OOUup1 sums by ul Uraauu OBIOBX8TBB OH MIO4t 00 io eeeaa ruILa PA JlMttMUUC = T p 4 j- p 1 j l 7 i 7 = Hartford Republican IMldoi1daji by thGforI6 CoIsc rporaty nliriditHirtfordpDsWficiiueecucJissniil mailer orzli2XCN1CC- c= lan 34- ao as12JOHN IIEflBY TIIOflAWTdIlor- FRIDAY APRIl 18 EXCLUDE the Yellow Devile by all meant OLD Joe Blackburn erupted in the Senate again last week ToB ornot to be seem t be the question juet now with the L 1BB As our space is limited we will report only one Ohio cennty killing each week THAT liard of May article in the Herald is enongh to remind one of the dayi of chivalry TIn tendency on the part of the automobile to kick and balk U perhaps only a reversion I A HEVrdaily paper soon to be e8 tahllshed at Memphis has given out that it will be Democratic Are the people any wiser than before A contemporary remarks that the four nation bch have ben most prominent lately Are caronatlon Car tie Nation assassination and vaccination r THE editor ofthe Herald need not weary about what THE REPUBLICAN will do on May 3rd What it has always done for him has been aplenty THE last news we had from the Commonwealth was that he bad attended Sunday School and church services both the same day What did we predict Some time ago BT defeating Senator Jones Bry ans former campaign manager for reelection James P Clark has shown the machine Democrats of Arkansas that he is not only a bizarre but also an astute politician TirE assertion that life is more secure in the Philippines than in some parts of the United States would lead us to believe that theIIred headed Kattsan had been reading the bulletins prom Ohoconnty MAJOR Wallar has been acquitted of the charge of execut5flgriatiVes of Samar withouttrial The verdict of the courtmartial should meet with S universal approval UoUrM Amen can could Sot a moment blame this gallant officer for being severe with these savages of mar who have vi olated every rule of civilized warfare DRDEWITT TALMAOE is dead For more than n quarter of a century his name has been known and honor ed wherever the English language is spoken bit in recent years his fame has somewhat deteriorated Though not an orator of the Beecher type yet he was a beautiful wordpainter and his death leaves a void which cannot be easily filled especially amid his old following in the borough of Brooklyn THE Republican Executive Com mitteeof the Second Appellate District met at Bowling Greenyester day and there being no opposition JudgeB L D Qufly was declared the Republican nominee for Judgeof the Court of Appeals In his eight years of service on the Appellate bench Judge Qufly has acquitted himself as no one else from the 2nd district has ever done This togeth er with the fact that this dirtrict is Republican makes his election cereI tain ON last Saturday Clifton J Pratt who was elected Attorney General in 1899 formally took charge of his office For more than two years his salary has been drawn by one of a clan of political brigands who has practiced every scheme that could be invented by the highest of unscrupu lous genis and executed by a gang jf depraved lieutenants to hold the office For his tenacious efforts in try- Ing to hold an office to which he was not elected Breckinridge should byj all means be given the nomination for Governor by the Democrats F next year THE heroic stand of a company ofs Canadians in South Africa where eVe ery man was put hors de combat cone truth strangely with the conduct of the home soldiers which old decadent England has been sending to her 4 theatre of war While we have little concern as to their tragic ending- sconsidering the unrighteous war in- swhich they are engaged yet we cannot lint feel a just pride in the fact thattheyaro from the same Grand Division asourselves and their on ducVia only another demonstration ttthe superiority of the North Ament cans over all other people THE elite of Paris recently partook of as unique a banquet an was ever held itbe which has always been faD eforhfiioA1i bij The flesh of both horses and mules was O rrr1tserypd Horse flesh hasloujjhes i in pie atfiong tbp poor of Pat pU this is the first attempt to introduce it into high society M Zavart whoi presided at the dinner thinks the horse is the cleanest in its habits of all animals and that the reason it leah is not in universal use is due to prejudice No doubt it does appear strange to scientific Frenchmen why r other people should hold this antipathy to horse nub while they con tinue to vpraciously devour pork which is the hlof the the filthiest of all animals and mackerel which is to the ocean what Th buzzard and ytiItiIareto the landF WE suggest that the Fiscal Court should be called in extra session im mediately in rder that some scheme may be devised by whiph a sinking fund may be created to pension superannuated criminals Alter enjoy ing so long the immunity and solid tude of the Circut Court here in Ohio county it istoo bad they should be left to the care of their friends and relatives after they have outlived their usefulness Some ltind at a tax scheme1 could be instituted L- eraisetho I necessary funds but grM- lcarehouldbe taken to exempt crjm inals of all classes from this tax so tha the people whogo quietly along and endorse the outrageous farces exacted herein Circuit Court could be allowed to bear the burden Out Mules If Mfssocrls big mule depot had been discovered In a Republican state there would be a gleat roar from the Missouri Democratic press that the cross of St deorge had been run upon American soil and that the Re publican party vras playing Into the hands of the British Some jof the Missouri Democrats in Congress have been denouncing the Idea ohm American representative the coronation of Icing Edward and here comes the J charge that Missouri is harboring a British camp Not long ago the Mis souri legislature passed a resolution of sympathy with Agulnaldo and low some people insist that thir Democratic state Is surpassing any other part of the world in strengthen lpg the British army In South Africa to hunt down the Boers Seldom have the Missouri Democrats been to puz zled concerning what to say or do Even Webster Davis failed to hurl a rhetorical thunderbolt at he mule camp at Lathrop perhaps he has just heard ot Lathrop i This great mule Issue Is easy enough tp people of common sense If mules forwarded to Africa are con trabindthe traffic should be stopped put there la nothing known s far to snppbtt that view of heJtaitt A mule is not merely a war implement Ht is handy on a fArm or in ordinary hauling A mule sent to Africa maybe aPetlalIjueeIul U restoring lid any case the question II one of ordinary Intern tional law MIssourians owning mules want the privilege of selling them legaly for the best prices ob tunable Fustian and Gammon on the subject are useless But If the mule camphad been located In Illinois I Iowa or Kansas the Democratic papers I In Missouri wouldbaye charged the President and the governor of that state with participating in a British conspiracy In that case an asses camp alsomighthave been nee essary at Lathrop for the benefit of ntossbackeditors who arc pros to abuse the national government the strength of mean susj IcIoni G16bte DemocratS I 100 Reward SI 00 The readers of this paper VIbepleased to learn that there Is line dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in allIts stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional desease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient 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 tails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J Cheney Co Toledo O Aalts Family Pills ore the best Cecil Rhodes reputation Is rapidly fading away along with his fortune which Is now estimated at a beggarly 15000000 or about the profit of a ourIwasnt much In Rhodes but in ular Insolence and a blind belief in British superiority ever the remaind r of the AngloSaxon raceCorn mercial SULPHUR SPRINGS KyIApril I4Thc3n ting at Mt Vernon closed lastvyeek with good re uIts there befng fourteen conver bus Elder Rushing oi Owensboro aided the pastor four days Brother Rushing preaches fearlessly andt straight to the olntj he is well liked y his hearers Rev Prank Atkin on oi Mt Washington Bullltt coun y was with us part of the time and did good work A Sunday School and singing class was organized at the church yesterday- Dr D H Godsey of Shreve Is visiting his fatherlnliw Mr R J Duff The ddctdr though StaalUn size li as full of life as when he hJrr x OCflV l wielded hickory pprfjufg fjtf fhe ba eoo1Born 9fG to Mr and Mrs John Daniel of Olnton n bouncing boyMrs Tina Wilson Is very Ill ol spinal trouble at the home of her father Mr P W Actonnear Rosjne Mr B L Martla and Miss Tina Mitchell were married nt the home of brides lather MrWmMltchelf nealr Olaton on April 3 Rev Tl j Acton tied the knot Miss MoUeytqn pfPtafdp who has been visiting in this community has retnrnedhomel Miss Lnja Acton who is attending Hartford College visited her parents Mr and MjVWF Actop Saturday and Sunday Mr Fielder Acton has sold a part of his farm to Mr Bunk Bczirth fot 500 Plenty ol fish at Dundee The fish ermen meet there In great numbers and engagein combats with the finn tribe and disqufs our Common wealths Attorney and his numerous fiascos the Chinese question In fact nothing Irom Jhe hod carrfer to our chief executive is exempt from the terse criticism of these strong atriied patient disciples ol Isnak Ualtoni FRITZ 0 MiirdefAt Cfiston Ess Broadway a dispernte negro cut his sweetheart Mary McGehees throat from ear to ear Monday after noon at Guston Jealousy was the cause ofJthe fiend s deed lie says he was engaged oTMIIfyandsaw a ring on her hapdthathad been given to her by another sweetheart and they had a fightand during the meleeh took a butcher knife andcut her throat Her head was nearly served horn the body After the kllllnp It Is said he attempted to rape her The first news of the horrible deed made known to the citizens of Guston was after Broadway faad washed his hands in a pond near by and went to the girls father and told him he had better go home and look Rafter Maryas she had committed suicide Broadway was Immediately placed under arrest by Constable Mills and broughthere and lodged In jsil He acknowledged his guilt to the offi cers Squire Bob Craycroft and County Httorney HnrdlnwenttoGus ton late Monday nlgnt and held the Inquest Mr Hardin says they found sixteen slashes on the right hand and seventeen on the left which the girl had received in trying to defend her self The onlywltnesses to the murder Is a girl about four years old acd a small baby who were in the room adjoining where the crime was commit tedM ade CountyMessenger A neighbor ran in wIth a bottle of Chamberlains CoJIc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my soi was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope bymy regu far physician who stands high in his profession After administering threedoses of it my son regained con l usness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Holler of Mt Crawford Va This Remedy is for alebyall drug gist m ppIor CuiiHllpiillon Take Lyoni LuIIeRrntrl1n1d a1 rcmtdr tOI IaiIcsan1 Jlr- fcctljiitrmletiuuaeriillclrcumitucei Illcec Hanna on Labor Senator Hanna and President Gem peril of the Federation of Labor ad dressesi4eby side the 6th annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science at Phila deJphlaJ Thenecessltles growIngout attire vast productive capacity of this coun try saId Senator Hanna have forced the condition of the aggregation ol capital the creation of wealth In concrete form To absorb it and render it valuable as an industrial invest meat we musthave industrial peace This question rests In the peoples sympathy perience of 30 years as an employer has taught me that the employer is expected to go more than half way in meeting the employee We are re sponsible to provide work and to set that the men shall recelve a falrehare of the benefits Organize labor is a condition that must be met SBetter Than Pills The questlbnhas been asked In what way ar hambenlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills I Our answer is They are eattier and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle itrefiect 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 constipation For sale by all druggists Russian Minister Killed St Petersburg April z5The Minister of the Interior M Sipia gulne was shot and fatally wounded i oclock this afternoon in the lob by of tire Ministerial offices bya student Sipiagulne was on his way to attend aweetlngorthe Committee Oi Ministers He had just entered the office of the Jmperlal Cpun ll when theasaassin wbohacl dzivenupin a carriage approached and handed him- a folded paper saylngbe had been charged to deliver itby the Grand Duke SergluB The Minister tretch ed out his hand to take the document when the assassin fired five shots at him Three of the bullets struck M Slplagulne and one wounded his servant The assassin did not resist arrest H 1 Hq said his name was Balsahanstl that he was a student at KlefT where be had been sentenced to compulsory military service for participating n the riots pt 1911 He said hews subsequently pardoned but hat he had not been reinstated at the univer sity and that he therefore revenged himself upon M Siplagnlne The Minister was taken In tbeHos- pltarMaxmillanowaVy wheie he died in one hour Exile Is Ended New Vptk April isrThomis RstradaP4lmaPresldentpUcLof ua took leave today of his irjenda ol Central Valjey fj Y among whotn he lived during eighteen yeriCxLIe froDi iris conntty A large crowd gathered at his old home early and escorted him to the statloqw tre aiseI3allsdjThe i schoolchildren headed by theviiage baiI1 paraded nnd aeaIyeveryon e in the crow cm fed either am Anerl 1 icau orCuban flip v s Farewell addiesses in behalf of the citizens were made by the 3eyMr Fi c Harding and Irving Washburn and Mr Palma tnadeabrief respqtue He said that he left Centralr Valley withregretrfor it bade a to him when he was driven fr jm his own rountry TJielpeopleA dalwayp treated him with great kftadpcs be added and he would always remem her it with feelings of deep grateful ness President ynderwoodi or rlerait road gave President elect ialma lb use of hs private cat for the trip t New York It was decorated with Cuban flags bunting and ferns Mr Palma appeared on the rear platform as the train left the depot and there was a final cheer louder than all the restMr Palma will remain in New York until tomorrow when he starts south for Cuba He will land at Gibara and will go from there to Bay amo It was at Bayamo twentyfive years ago that his mother driven into the jungle by Spanish soldiers died of exposure and his first duty In Cuba will be to seek out her neglected grave From Bayamohe will go to Man nlo then to SJutiagoand last to Havana which he plans t0 reach on May 9 the day before the Cuban Copgress convenes Try Chamberlains Stomach iic Liver Tablets the best physic Jpr sale by all druggists BigMill For Sate AVe ofler for sale our com binatron Flour Grist and Sawmill situated in Contw town This mill is in splendidconditi01 mid com nutId a trade n i it thirtybarrel flour mill Svitli corn Attachments and saw d ot r ior othernUchmcJltgFnflJP catioiin good eQInty r l vholoiproperty occupies al9t1 threencres upon Oiieiportion ofwhich is a new fnini1y residence which will also be sold pitrtiUlaisRENEER BROS Gentcrfown Ky Precocious Youth Mother Whats baby crying about Jane NurseI dont krrownrarmun1e- it s was what the parlormaid said She remarked that Willie looked like his pa and Im afraid Willie beard her Boston Transcript Dizzy Then your liver isrjjt acting well You suffer frombilious ness constipation Aycrs Pills act directly on thelivcr For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure All IJlJta Wan roar ntnuiurh or beud a buutuul brown ot bliclj f Tlicnuit BUCKINGHAMS flVtorttio r e 0 OM 10 HI t4 L H I d4z Yes sir thats the placethe Royal Tailors of Chicago They are the boys for my money Nobody dresses any bettcrn I do when Im dressed up land nobody gets their clothes any icheaperJ I do Wieirry th Royal prInbf 1 od 5ummer lloi In all IU Como i plcttneu All garments mid to aIR5 T Colling Tailors Agent See samples at my cold stor ago plant irhrtford k I parents Great iA i everychildltoparents It for health and I ReSpOnSibililg l1CSSI sponslbllltrand how important that SjisAi IlJino SC is left the blood to be transmitted the helpless entailing the pitiable suffcririgand marking its body with ofTen svcsoresnnd eniptions catarrh the 1d5C nid weAk eyes glandular swellings brittlabones white swelling and deformity How can parents look upon such sufferers nOd not reproach themselves for bringing so much misery into the world you have any disease lurkIng in your system how can expectwell developed healthy children Cleanse ourown and build up your and you have not only enlarged your capaclCyfbr the enJ9yment ol1be pleasures Qf but bavedlschargedaidutyall parents owe to posterity and made mankind r r There Is nQjcmedy that so suftlyreaclicsdcepscated stubborn blood J must look child throat little blood troubles as a Bs it searcnesoui even nerelItary poisons nerd removes every taint from the and up the general health If weaklings are growing up around you right the wrong by nuttinc them a tourse of S S S at once It is n purely vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken by both old and young without fear of uny bad results Write Us about our case and let our physicians advise and help you will cost you nothing jind we will also send our on blood and skindiseases TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC co Atint Gft SHROADER SCHOOLHOUSE KY April 16 Mr Jim Tally and Ulss Martha Morris were quietly married at the resWojee of Mr William Mortis last Sunday nbh William Pott baa been on tb Rick list fnrlhe pist week The staging thot was given at Mr James Wrights last Saturday was reIMr Robert Smithwho haibeen ery lv lor sevetaI FridayIi of near1 tIll placeis visiting irlnds and relatives I In Warren county The people of this vicinity are vet late about farming as the weather has been extremely bad PLOW BOY aaAphorisms There are many grass widows cloverWomancan InI hope to shake the of fate When a fellow gets sold he is apt t feel pretty cheap The favorite air with most girls is a millionaire Much of the anti trust legislation seems to be untrustworthy Ambitious to rise in the world the porchclimber p You had better be lied about thin to be lying about others People who seek happiness on th run seldom find it The big head produced by the head being too tall emptiness A lawyer may have plenty of suit andthenbe shabily dressed I The way of the transgressoris gen J erally pretty tough on the other fet 1W 1 A cbickensneok jilK abel In as nujchas lljs wrnngyfor dinner i There ate alot of sissy young men WhOItinpants I Theman who is looking for trouble never has any trouble in finding it The hardest work some of our loafers ever do is looking for a soft job I A man Is sometimes sorry that wife Hiiicli because it sHeets hIs cOrn faitBeorea girl throws herself at a young mia she ought to bs sure he ii- agoddcatch A with a new gold watch is a good deal interested obopt what time of day It is A woman may not tolerate gossip but she is always anxious to hear Bn- yucltlllgnevs A small boy learning the alphabet IS like postage stamps r lIeI gets stuck on letters J I Common sense ia a good thing but It has never broken many records Life is full trials but the lawyer confronts them ell with the smile of a hero Noother tree on the farm bears so much fruit for market as the axletree The girl of the present period is better skilled in curling hair than in baking biscuits Jim Smiths Gem Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelyharm1ethe kidneys liver and bowels I cures con stipatlon sick headache clears the complexion and makes the I blood pure An ideal remedy for child- renI as well as adults In Memory Of Robt J W Smith Death visits our homes and takes from us our loved ones A sail instance of this kind occurred near Hartford In the death of Robt Smith Robert the ron of Samuel aid Margarette Smith was burn August 8 1874 and died at the residence of his latter April II 1902 Hii disposition WAS Bflrfhle he loved his ItlendBferyently his drvotinn to the ftmtwas bounded by the possibilities of a tr eloving his r cheerful ilUpotiiinn was like sunshine the family circle making tie home plrlSnt tj nit He wall sick twenty eight dMyl takrn with pncumonUi Anll that dreadful lever ircititcd hIM lungs bcydndthe reach cI medlcit aidnod he Vasstd fri tn txrth to the btnutiful Beyond AVriort time before he took Ills de s pat tute lir better world he fladg a song hnii prayed and salt mothert letus BO to heaven He consolation for father mother broth erniid ftienJsto weft him in a bitter world and theyshould thliikwhile I Ira PIli How ctivablygr at is the parents in most of If On This book is of dude of often heart upon I It is their loss it Is Robetts gain Hs funeral was conducted byRev O J TJtan in the presence ot a large ani dlenpe of sympathizing friends His remains rwcre interred In the Milton Taylor graveyard to await the reaur teetlpoof the just A FRIEND r He OffersjLarge Bond Havana AprUlsA fidelity corn pany has filed a bond for 100000 appearIancrof L G Ratbbone the former director of posts on his appeal iTItIIl company bond was refused when offered for the appearance of Mr Rathbone when he was first ar laslstY terests ol justice bail should be accepted The company has risks amounting to 2000000 in Cuba mostly on ac- COunt of government employes The President of the court has consulted with Gov Wood concerning the matter of accepting the bond but no de cision on the subject has been reach oed GunBlewlJpQ- ucenstown April s Gunner Lieutenant H S Bourne Lieutenant Miller and nlbe teamen were instant ly killed yesterday afternoon by the bursting of I twelveInch gun on board the British battleship Mars dun ing gun practice time off Bercbaven The breech blew out after it had- e twice missed file Several others were hurt bythe explosion r 0 Murder at Owensboro Inqulrersllsgam- bler was sbot dad killed this afternoon at 2SD clock by Jim Johnson gtmblenIoccnrred Inbe em saloon which s owned by JsseJohn son The Gem saloon Is at the corner ot Main ant Fredrtca Sts and has a gambling home aOOn Mason was shotfive times John son says that Mason twas abusing him but had to do it As soon ashe hid finished hoo- tlngJohnsonwatkcd down to the Plan ters h use and surrendered himself to the police rADivine Healer byGcd nydieeaaoany disease from the chichenpox to the Bubonic plague L I iwk only i a week 8ervlcellCOme writemeatSelectKv Very truly ELI HOWARD Divine Healer A i Notice Ohio Circuit Court J K Smith Plffr 1JM vs Bishop Adrar Deft All persons having claims against the estate of W T Roark deceased propIerlyter Commissioner on or before May 19 loo ror they will be forever barred This April n 19 2 ROWAN HoumooK 3841 Master Commi- ssionerdipar3hf FOP Tiger No use to hunt tigers with birdshot It doesnt hurt the riskyforConsumption is a tiger stealthybutonce cats up theflesh and destroys huntingit ir4shotItstillcharges of Scotts Emulsion willstop the advance The disease feels that Stptls Emulsion makes the b astr9rigtot resist 1t spothesahd toughens the lungs sustains the strength until h disease wears itself out sampleSCOT1 Ttul Sfc NT S Ir aT If4r 100 T rjrorg tJ- I p f y i A Special Invitation 1 oC p r oCt t tt i Some Spicy Talk41 41 ttttt 1Com to see mo and let mo figure aJittlo with tt 4l 4V you If I cant show you whore you can do ft little better by trading with mo than the other folks there 4 is is no harm done There is no law compelling you tt b4i to do your trading at one place all the timo tt41 ttiLook around a little and trade whore your money fl4i b47 will go fartherst = 1 = l- ti cl i E 1 I Iive the finest line of Ladies Fine Dress odsilJ5 VnsbGoods White Goods Embroideries and Linen = t J Goods ever seen in Hartford In Moris Shirts Tics iand Furnishings you never saw KO pretty aliilor E f 3 cheap toa 4 i 5 Z41 tt 1 ti9SIX Specials for Next tt I 1 41 Few Weeks = It 1 9Quartor bleached Pepperell SheetingolG = j 41 4 Hoosier Cotton 4ic- J I150 Allwool Pants f1OOi41 Ladies 250 Readymade Dress Skirts 125 H Mens Allwool Suits 275 ttofS Boys Allwool Suits 125 I c 4 I Court Comparison on Qualities and Price E n 4i b III il1 ffl e l 1 e c ta I SAM BAcHtHATEoRo 1 JF i Wi w r4 V n I iJ Nov is the Time t Btya C h fi A 4 ig3r car S=rFe S I j If you wane the BEST buy an AMES It has stood ib test of time 4 Built of timber boughtffI home people r Bodies all made in our own workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some vulub j n New Styles t and Fresh work can alwas bo pund at our iGeneral Agents A C TAYLOFj Ha ford KII = CAPACITY of our Factory 2O9O I nislied Vef i hiclee per annum Sf t A AMES AGO r OQVenboro b 1 COLLINS SALOONOBC flLl TPOaD dSLT qi4UratidiesOld International specialties f t Bock Beer Bock er B B COLLINS CO= I I Our Clubbing ListiRepublican and TwiccaWeek CourierJournal 5crxrJ6CiRepublican and GlobeDemocrat per year tG9 1jRepublican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 121LRepublicanRepublican and TwiceaWeok New York World 11O CONCORD KY April i4Th3unday School it this place Is movln along nicely Rev B F Jenkins filled Ms regu Jar appointment hele Saturday and Sunday T T Snell anjvI1e Central Groye visited Saturday and SundayiMuter Glide little son of A O Murphy Is quite sick Mr James Talley and Hits Martha Morris were married last Sunday Rev G J Bean officiating J L Allen and wife visited relative here Sunday RIchatd Ballard and wile Center town were here Sunday X 0 Ifyou are in need of upto date Stationery come to THE EPunLCAN offioo J = Jar Cnir1ii T 1i5iiiI I W fAND 4- Telegraph COMPANY n I IOperatlteIn f IewithStates andTerrItorltt lisa UMliike4 aa ezehanjre UHaitfordad satrmvd 1 tkelrIirlceaspItyPtIesjobledistance ittheJifatorcCPN9 MUlr fv OIoW e J i o 4 r 1L I i t I 4 t J w U r y tOWeplarGoods tAtr regular prices constitute better val + tuesthan special bargains elsewhere prices so close that there is act I uaII no tci t etWCflSQJfyOU Farcfter cveryJay Bagattr E I r 1 t1 1 t s i t II 00 I F I e Woolen Dress Goods and Silks E Our Qirtiro linocouipriscsthq latest weayes and 3Ishades Note these prices 1 ii joeFortylnchj Thlrtyelghtlnch Mel rose Soc 4 75CPortylI w teRular Skirting fabric 25CtD 535cH antifoIilineol pring shades Foulr4aadtTafleta Silk for totoO J Wash Goods Pcpartnicnt f Never before have WQ hadas handsome a lino or I 4 n selection equal in value to the lino wearo s1ioYs II in jfoday Such lines as L HolIBatlatlcwutlfJl patterns toe c j I Beetle Dimities figured 150- tMoussetlne1 7 Broodee 7 ijc I tDotted SwIsdInb TV I Ariel Lawnsi i I V C J1 Zc4 Frtnconla Bustlste loc4 BI AplJquee o L 20C FGrasa Cloth JjI I be 7 150WhHeand I Pr 750MVfciW is ioc 4WhfteMritIIlesstripeand figured loctozjc f I If hiftlinu must bo pcon to bo apreciatedtoohI 4 mfle1iofit to mention nil in this space P II 4t Before Making a Spring Purchase I t I Examine OB p4drlpallpepaitmentranjdwe are sure toiell I YOtMcCalLg Patterns can be lat our Pattern counter TiocindenouehIgher McCalla Magazine 500 a I year Come and subscribe lot one of the best Fashion Journals puIlah It y C tc I be t c Cring us ourt Wool Eggs Feath era atuKother 1ro ddto io thd Grfat- T J2 I Jift 4 l rtfot Rqbtl Sr k1 mtt Call on Carton Bro for groceries Ji fh13t6slr serXiioJ faIVd t 11 i I d llfl e at wolkns Jt Cos stable tMh1 iiLCoecfltIlt leavi for dho ton qrrqwI e1k J CrramBrlck and Llmberger Cheese CI Ae aqft 2 tJ1The Editor John II Thomas Is In LoiiisVflle this welivuu ii 1 I 6 Eq JohnGiahiii Karows wula to a tlldy Mrs Tohn B Foiter Is visiting in LonlsWethlsweekr Mr J Klns ofiCrmwell called st4hIsott1aJ 4 G WlI3IasiwLWeW youie itlaraachlae tiLLtlp 11 l Nl mattacePriflti J get tttse itr Ma ra W q Nt J E 4siy Cetertown gkve us a pleasant calllait Tuesday MrSI nfsirfot lJdefi was In towk oa buslnesfWcdnesday rnsiI Greenvlllelhe Graf of the week foairD 1 LT Ua4iT Sulphur Springs gave us a call Monday r I ct CalldCu cakYlujdGrick rs v In Hartford at City Restaurant eL s ufOI1tt11lFrl Leather ndlPojiItry Carson j 4 cop oUnty Atb ae9V li Hiliziti wed to Rockport tonday oih legal buTaess 1t 4 flqtf i kt t r tti iudAiers Sir parllJa I in the fall of 1848 Since then have taken if every spring as a bloodpurlfylnr and nerye STI4neIWICI1ItI Kant r It i6u1tttin down lID c 11v f tJjfvollr I rvcirWukaady0Urit I ftbftith ibgftt iSaketILegOOdOldStafld ia r mlI it1Hdlcltt J i AyersSarUPac113It n Itjifularohery t t j WtIect 1P ilmltlt1 i 1t1 iii rjrU r t flknowMtbouIhIaIrInd AtVS I4fimITmIiIetZ 0 I J71 OAhwtoUM A- j k riq1 jGeo W Mattla paid us fvIs tr rf IJ I SPamlw IowofrDr ease Beap of Louisville Is- vIitIngliIs preni this week wtchH3 r i PjiRmberton I of No Creek It Confirted bed sciatica tjjie only Singer Machine Oil GROSS WILLIAMS Agt i lIrjGhr Campbell Is confined to nattack tor erys1las Attorney J E uavldBori went to Point Pleasant Wednesday on busl ue 8 1 Judge R R Wedding went to Fordsville yeatertay on legal bnll ness Mr G I AndeVionf Oweniboro Is- vi lUnjr ietatve in and near town hl week g f t I Cllon Carson Drop 1at thejrjjew store ajjdibfiij pplled with the beit the market a fords Miss Alice Myrtle Faster Is vlsUltrg her gtandparents Rev and Mrs JA Bennett of Bfdat y v i i i Miss Artie Wilson who has been vlsltlngiief parents near Roslne returned Monday Mr V M Porter and wile of Mor jcantown are stopping at the Hart ford House this wick Call on A C Taylor Liveryman HartfdfdVKyi for special bargains in Buggfes and Wagons r Pried Frsh Oyiters Steak Ekg IIDt Coflttcat City Restaurant next Friday and Saturday Carson Broil have moved into their new store second door from Bhnkof Hartford Call and see them Messrs R Aoweui Adabnrg iud WtII Steven Olaton were among our callers Wednesday W now have on hand lots 01 red blue and fancy Pound Prints UCoUWe wilt pay 7Jc in trade per pound tor11 ihenaibjougbt to ua between now and April 35 CAJJSOKCO I MrsVGrautf youWg1 tof near Select hasTsoId her Vproperty and wlU far her busbandLnoithr Texu oon c tssiary Een SDtifde i 9JlOJ f fanilp 1t4 d o be aoialarmMr Willie Renderof near Center Wllpad5d arc3ay pfcoulumptlo an was burred Sunday at Provi dence r Borato the Wie of Mr Lonnlello helmer Tuesday night a boy Born to the wife of Mr IL E Tins ley last Saturday a boy Mr Oscar Bond shipped a carload 91 stock from Olaton taut Saturday Gross Willlamn handles all kind of sewing machine repairs See him Ames Buggies the best on the market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Kv Mr Warren Lindley visited his perents In Point Pleasant neighborhood Vedrieiday lIMr John T Moore cashier of the Bank of Hartford was In Louisville the first of the week Mr R T Collins moved Tuesda Into the property formerly occupied by Mr John B Wilson lrI J Hoover of Frledland vis Lied his sister Miss Lou who is at tending school here Sunday Every farmer In Ohio county should 1 attend T J Turley Coa big open Ing here today and tomorrow 1 a Mr Clifton Wells of OwenaboroC representing the Singer SewlagM- achlaeCowllln town Tuesday II you fail to look at our specials laI Clothing you wlllbeout because you were not In CARSON Co Wagons BuggiePhaetons Snrrles nd all other kinds of vehicles for ate by A C Taylor Hartford Ky City Restaurant Is the most nptoII date place In Hartford Everything first class Call lad see tot yourself Gross Williams Is still agent for theI worderfnl Singer Sewing Machine the best on earth Seeor write tos him Miss Lula Actonvwho Is attending IJiulpday Mrs R B Lee Slmmennan who as been visiting the family of Mr I Barnard ol Louisville returned home Moa yIITUB RKPODUCAM Is indebted this week to one olHartforda most estlma ble ladles for an account of the library opening at Mrp Glenns sellou tor Straw Hats thomesure to buy of uaelCARSON COCC The prettiest and cheapest Millin ery goods will be found at the Econo my Dry Goods Store MRS SARA COLLINS SMITUce We have rome specials in Clothing that we would be glad to show you Can save you from ft to j on every Suit CARSON Co Drfngyour wool feathers and eggs to the Economy Dry Goods Store We pay the highest thretptiOCs- HMRS SASA COLLINS Sumi b Mr Gus Riley cashier ofthe Liver L more bank pr some time past moved to Hartford Tuesday to aid in takinglo care ot Jbe shun ol the totalpThe Economy Dry Goods Store has the biggest line ot tobacco canvas ever brought to Hertford Come and see before buying MRS SARA CoLliNs SMITUt Lesspna in freehand drawing crayon or charcoal and watercolor painting will jbe given by Miss Edna tI Warriner attbe home of Mrs D E Thomas b cIrvisiting ha parents near Heflln rea turned Wednesday to Louisville where he la attending the Hospital School of Medicine We nnderstand that everybody will be la town next PrMayand Saturday and we have engaged two extra clerks so that we will be able to wait I- oliou promptly CARSON Co tlMr Robert JSmJthj who lived twoS mllea east of Hartfordled Friday dnla iHe was burled Satur ccdaalter services conducted by Rev G JtIBean Mr Lon Rogars who Is soon to enter the banking business is spend big a short time with Mr I C Adair of the Fordsville Banking Co equip ping himself for his new field of usefulness yfoundStore Latettln Spring Suits Hats Neckwear Hosiery c Come and see for yourself MRS SARA COLLINS SUITII Sherlfr Morris of Metcalf county came to Hartford Saturday last in search ol James Young who is wanted at Edmonton Yoang was arrested at Htfltn Saturday evening by Clarence B Keown and Tom Black Morris left Sunday for Edmonton taking Young t1nsqnear Adaburg last Thursday of pneu hchurchFrIover the entire county having once madethe race for sheriff and servedO as deputy aherifl nnderR P Deputy Sherifl Robert and Jailer Black arrestedTom Whlttlngblll col ored at Dundee Wednesday on a ca pill for gaming The fine and oat amounted to 38 to satisfy which Whlttinghlll will have to d teen days musing on the mutabilityF 01 human affairs In the Ohio county jail 5 On TbursdatMrii the roth I some person relieved Dr J unkaowat r- I R Pirtle of his bicycle It was a 1901 modetTLwled wheel valued at about 40 The doctor left the wheel on his front porch over nIght and the next morning it had disappeared There is a clew which wilt more that likely lead to the apprehension of the thief Drop into my store next door to Bank of Hartford for Hardware Stoves Stove Repairs Tinware Roofing Carpenters Tools Staple andI Fancy Groceries 8tc My motto shall be quick cab sales at small but fair profit both to myself and friends Given me a trial W S TINSUJY On next Sunday evening at the brides home near Fordsvlllc Mr S Co Miller will be married to Miss Flora C Keown Mr Miller Is not only an Industrious young larmer but he Is also a cultured gentleman Miss Keown is the accomplished daughter of Mr J C Keown a well todo farmer Tint REPUBLICAN extends congratulationslProf Ho ward but Doles Dowie as divine healer As a demonstration f this see his ad Inolirpaper Any one who Is afflicted with any of the Ills to which flesh is heir would com mit an unpardonable sin not to con ult Howard or at least gaze for a few moments with rapture and wonder on his mug which appears In these columns Not a week passed without the ad dition ol many new subscribers to ourtWe constantly receive agement and support from many sources To those who have been and are still aiding us we are sincere y and profoundly grateful and we rottise our patrons that they toot hall share in the benefits ol our nor In mat development In Marshal Mauzy scooped up ermon Woodward colored of Toy r Mines here Sunday for running his horse on the streets Agnn was found on him and he was taken before Police Judge Wilson lie pleaded guilty and was fined twenty Lye dol rs and cost and sentenced to ten days in jqjl for carrying concealed ti eapons He paid his fine Monday d Iud the jail sentence was suspended The Directors of the Rough River telephone Ce after consulting with e stockholders have decided to re of a fre talk to all parts of the to holders of the required mount of stock The service reachea two hundred and fifty phones In then county The success pf the Company has been aucb that they are now reo lving a lot of jofoot poles to enable v them to more thin double their pres eat capacity at this p1ceaThe following Ohio county people o will leave Beaver Dam Sunday to attend the Confederate Reunion at Dal las Texas ExSheriff S T Stevens Emerson B Rogers J A King I enry Field W H MauzyLon Tay itlzzieValkere did not learn The remarkably w rates to Dallas furnish the finest- pportunity to visit the West the peor lc of this county have ever hidBJ D Hurt of Fordaville was arrested in Owensborolast Friday on a charge of drunkenness and was fined pudertbewas passed upon him he insulted the court and was rewarded with an addi onil fine of fjoo and coat After t being taken to the lockup he again to oiled over with rage and abused the Another Jjoo and cost was dded to his fine This seemed to- oatisfy him and he was sent off to the work house for a change of scene to CWblleNew York City hashad the honor of listening to the enchanting melodye produced by the magic touch of the reat Piderewaki on the piano then people of Hartford have been eoterIImed delightfully by Prof J W- mIths companyOf operatic singert Tuesday and Wednesday nights the I JJtcolored boys acquitted them selves with great credit Not In Iolong time has Hartlord people enjoyed such a treat We commend Profa Smith and his sweet singers to thes public Bad Affair Prom an English newspaper The Chronicle published at New astle England and furnished us by Mr Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines we clip the following At North Shields this morning Charles Brown 24 of Rokport City Kentucky was charged on remand with the wilful murder of John ODonnell by shooting him with a revolver while oil board the steamer eacd Light in the Albert Edward Dock on the 26thult The Charles Brown referred to in above was reared In Ohio county here he hid a somewhat checkered LIst May he was indicted ere for the malicious shooting of V kheDonnell published1 in the New c Castle Chronicle we predict that it will be alOng tlmebcfore he has an opportunity ot anawe ring the charge against him here In Ohio county New Oil Coinpajiy Messrs H Vin Dyjrin and a- nrazeeoRushvllie bid were In the ity today on their way to Ohio conn ty says the Owenaboro Inquirer where they go tp orgitnlz a company for the purpose of boring forolu The company will be madetip at local peor pie altogether except that the gentlemen named will take some of the stock Tbeyare practical oil men1 and ve the necessary machinery tot boring The wells will be loated near flu ford It Is known that oil exists ther but will be necessary to go down into the earth to a greater depth than has been reached to ascertain the quantity Leases have been secured on 6000 acres and the members of the company are very sanguine ofsue cess Family Reunion Last Saturday was the birthday ol Mr and Mrs R A Anderson They are the same age to a day City four In honor of their birthday they were visited by their entire family Sunday the following being present viz Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett Mr and Mrs Ji A Anderson Mr and Mrs S A Anderson Mr and Mrs J A Bar nett Mr and Mrs T L Anderson Miss Nettle Anderson Mrs B H Bi it Karl and Fred Anderson Marriages- Mr Elias Wilkins South Carroll ton to Miss Allie Stewart South Car rollton MrG W Hoover Beds to t fss V L Pen ll Beds Mr 7 W Tally Jingo to Miss A Morris Jingo Mr V L Anderson Prentls to Miss Nancy Wilson Cromwell Mr Sarinel C Miller Fordsville o Miss Flora Keown Fordsville Baby Burned to Death The threemonthsold child of Mr and Mrs Wilbur King living In the- oAdahbur was burned fiothe cradle while they were absent the garden When they returned Its clothes were on fire and the child dreadfully burned It lived about one hour and a half after it waa found Very little fire was In the fireplace at p the time and the only theory as toI the fire is that wrapping the child A the clothes in which it was wrapped were held to the fire andiwere burping hen the child was placed in the cra Ie Its remains were buried at lit Carmel Wednesday A New ppGA Commercial School Is In processa organization here Profs Hankins of Dunmore Muhlenbnrgc county and E W county both of whom have been conCected with Hartford College hind the venture The school Is to occupy part of the new brick stricture hick Is to take theplace of the old Commercial Hotel Both of the named gentlemen are fine types f young manhood worthy of the esteem and confidence of the public and they should receive the substantial support of the citizens of Hartford inbtheir andertaking fThla paper might be filled with ern like the following and every ne be theabsolnte truth I had rhea matlsmfor years and tried almost everything but got nMpermanent until I nsed Chamberlains Pain alm three bottles of which have cured me It Is the best medicine I eyerused Philip E Rhoads Penn ville Mo Pain Balm Is for sale by I all druggists m d Library Opening There was an elegant little recep I ion on Tuesday afternoon from four alx at the residence of Mr and Mrs J S Glenn on WllnltlltrettI The occasion was the opcnlop ofa library toe the Woman Club most f whose members were present eager inspect the new books Mrs lenn Is librarian for the first year nd gracefully Introduced the unfa millar authors to their future follow ra It is strictley a private library but it Is said there was much badi age and subdued merriment over hether oaetsbonld read first Mrs Patch or- ackle Scnddtra Lowell When the passbooks bad all been laced1 the rules clearly read the ex clamations ol delight exhausted the hostess begged pardon for infringing n the rules ol the Clpb and invited the ladles Into the diningroom where toothsome and dainty luncheon was The decorations were In the Club color and flower a profusion of the yellow ofjonquil enhancing the green of trailing vines all softly lighted and making lovely seetlng for the matronly faces assembled around the tables The souvenirs were in yellow and white and boe the Club motto Hope tor the Unfolding Centuries Mrs L Warriner and Miss Wartl nero of New Jersey were present Judge Glenn arrived In time to see what a ocial session of a Womans Club Is like and probably he can ex plain to other men why tea was late that evening Keop It In Your Homo And when the bowels fall to net properly tnke a do e of Lyons Lixatlve Syrup It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will eep your system in good working complexionlearRoslne Ky OAWr03ftIjB- with 8p1J9 t cCfrsPostponed Until Wednesday Tbe DOt important case that was called lor trial in the circuit court this morning was the prosecution against Commndwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe charged with malfeasance in office The Commonwealth was not Catarrh The cause exists In the blood ft what causes Inflammation of th mucous membrane- It Is therefore Impossible to cur the disease by local applications- It Is positively dangerous to neglect It because It always affects the stomach and deranges the general health and Is likely to develop Into consumption Mall bus bean radkUlr and praun cured bf hoods titrupuilU It clraut the blood and hit II pKoUar alUntlr and nI- rNI K Long California Junction lava wrltut I had ctUnb thrt 7ut tort znr apptLta and coolS not INP My ia4 valued nt ud I tIt Ud all over I Uk flood Santparlfla and MW bays a rood we tU sleep well and have no inoptomi of caUrrk I Hoods Smnmpmrlllm Promises to cure and keeps the prom ise It Is better not to put off treat mentbuy Hoods today readyi on account of the absence of William Powell one of its roqat Im portant witnesses At the request of County Attorney Clements the case wai positioned until next Wednesday and the court awarded Ah attachment against Powell to issue to Daviess and Jefferson counties Powell having goneto Louisville yesterday after noon The other witnesses were placed under the usual bond Owens boro Inquirer Fire Alarm At four oclock Tneaday evening the residence ol Mrs Lucy Hubbard n Union street was discovered on re The alarm was given and the town turned out en masse to grapple with the fire fiend Though the fire appeared on the root of the two tory structure it was reached in an incred ibly short time and a bath of the co ious supply of water on hand abrupt y terminated its destructive career serious fire was narrowly averted No damage was done Killing at McHenry On last Sunday night at McHenry In a drunken blind tiger row another human life was snuffed out Alonzo aither a younjt man of about twen and John CMloway who was forty were the principal actors the tragedy No authentic report ould be had but it appears that Gaithcr threw beer bottle which hit In the forehead With as sistance Calloway walked about one hundred yards to his home where he remained unconscious till about eight oclock Monday morning when he died Galther wa8 brought here Monday and lodged In jail He had been struck on the tipper Up with a bottle which had bnrsted cutting his In several places His examln ig trial Is act for today Both men j were miners and Calloway leaves a wife and one child it Fordsville Lockup Burned On last Saturday evening Lincoln Smith and Pate Crowe were locked up at Fordsville for being drunk and dls orderly Sml objected to be put In I prison and threatened to burn the house If he was Later in the even 4 firectionwere seen issuing from It Police Judge Wedding retched the bulking I n time to release the prisoners and J save their lives Smith and Crowe both eacapedbut Smith was captured Ind will have to answer the charge of IrlOa w Look at the Date Oif you label and you can readily calculate how much you are owing on your sub 4 scription It may seem a very small item to each ono in arrears but the sum total amounts to a consideral sum and we need it in our business Dont put it off but pay it Uncle Sams Mail Servicerequires physical and mental ability of a high degree to withstand its hard labors The high tension to which the nervous system is constantly subjected has a depressing ef feet and soon headache back ache neuralgia rheumatiim sciatica etc develop in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F SvwWiart of Huntsville Abhc wy An attack of pneumonia left me with muscular headache and paint that itemed to be all ow me was tcarcdr able to nor for about a month when I decided to ctn M Pain Pills threefdaystwo I was III gaining In Cash ant strength Sold by all Orussltla DrMII aM iUoal CM4i IR4 jCRSONCOI Did You See Br- ownToDay Smith recommended him to us yesterday mid wo fitted him perfectly inn New Spring Suit He was well pleased and said Never knew there was such a KeadytoAvear garments in Hartford There are hundredslike thorn Perhaps youve one of them If you are we want to say that no matter what price Suit you watwo can do better by you thari any one wo kSiow ofi Suits 300 to 1500 Will you look at them No obligation to buy but a look will convince you that this is the placo to buy your Spring and Summer S itsI See Here Mother Just a Moment You know girls are harder on their dresses than women Yet you got tim cheapest ma ii tonal for them It doesnt pity It makes their clothing I cost more by tho year It makes the girl appear poorly dressed half the time Maybe it pays the dealer Wo dont f know never tried it The newest and best things ro I a 1 here Mercerixed Ginghams and Linens Silk and Ging1 hams and Wash Silks We have lots of nice Ginghams and if you want something heaviersco our lino of Woolen Goods The latest patifcguM and prices that will cause you to buy X L fl Sived Ii Exclaims ne ty every one of our customejsjisj they pocket their change after purchasing their Spring Hat i r I Do You Want to Save Money t Very well Compare our Hats with the Hats i of other Millinery stores Do not compare prices but compare Hats If you find our 300 Hats as good as other Millinerys 500 Hats you make a saving dont you Welf try itand seefor if you do we believe you will come here and buy your Hat put your CHANGE in your pocket And shout SAVED Just like the rest of our patrons IN VESTIGATE Remember the word l vesflgate4 5 I + CARSON CO iHartford Ky IE P Barnes BroI r We are prepared to make it i terestingt for any one who wants to buy a B JUUYli We have jtist rocved a lot of the IStayer Buggies and Bro prepared to sell FIEcss price nliy considered than a or Buggy dealer m county Ve carry them If at nQ additional expense at all to our businsss and aihave the prettiest lino you oversaw its no trade f Buildings and Building Mata I rialSawmill for Sale i99 Hating bought the entire plant and stock ofthe 4- a Monroe Lumber Company wo are in a position to aj soil you anything you want in the buildJp line at a big reduction in price Wo a stock of I roughand finished lumber of all kinds and it Jv means a loss to you if you buy anything in this 4 lino without first goJtingVjur prices Q Wo also have four elegant houses and lots for sale on easy safe terms and two nice vacant lots on similar terms WiUnlso soil the 1 ltire Plan gfr ing and Sawmill plnn consisting of 120horse J power engine and boiler 1 uptordato sa rig with Iedge and cutouIsawV 3 ripsaws 1 lathe saw 1 1 jointerj 1 byndeow lhtfling lathe 1 highestWJ boring machine 11 3 I consequently it is as good us now and s nsonI I hqugljt at a big reduction from tlw original E P Barnes S Bro BEAVBE ftVM KY 4 liliI il j I f y 4- J 3 Tff TTT r iT 1AH= fl II0 r Ll H 6 04 IAVcgctanpsMtionfcrAS II zlinflatin I U StDJI BorfelotI Promotes DifwlioaCheerfur neasandnestConUlrtJ o Morpltinc nor1inraI lUAttCOTIC IfJlhwaELlITCIIEJl Ili1iziisetI JLrJuim sIIt stJ iI z4 eclRemedy T1onSourStomachDarrhoca I WgtmsConvulsionsFeverislldLOSSOFSLEEP Sunilc EWY0TZK Signature or iI I The Kind You Have Bears of For 9 Our Clubbing List Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal per yr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year lGO Republican and Louisville Commercial per year h 125 Republican and Toledo Blade per year J 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican and TwiceaWeek Now York World 150 FIELDOOSJS zoIiO5PIiS3SOSiC LINECEWCC cAnTonc A CcAvcn JA- UBABTFOBD ELTT A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED we to NO GETS A PRIZE 250000CA- SH FREEAYEA- RSUfiSCRtPflONTOTwQCOO PAPERS A GUESS CONTEST A PICTURE Worth II Uka TMiCaar ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER TilE REMARKABLE OFFER THE WEEKLY AMERICAN I ollowlngclTcriToper whom wo receive the correct or henreitcorrect RUe orCueeon the hum iisiiitiFor Always Bought the- Signature In- Use1 Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TV suTu PY Ntn YO crrr I TRANSFER SON BICYCLES BELOW COST kiirealIa DaviDim iaSi NIIu tho 15b711OafaloglC IIddreuWeor Canada without a cent in advanct and 10 DAYS FREE Yo tka- boIuto1 y e no rifle In ordering from us as you do not need to a cent U tho bicycle does not suit you 300 SECONDHAND WHEELS SRSS5itt 1 sI1hIDE In each town to rid IGEITS aoamplaur1 model blcjcls Ia 10 a week hiiIug a vbctl to rldn for yoursclt WAn a tIibleirwa in eick town 4itflbiits CtalDIrUes for u ID for ft e and our upecid ofV- rI f 31 MEAD CYCLE CO Chicago III BLANKSEVERYBODY PRIZES I7THE BiioUful NASHVILLE TENN from allow TRIAL I Ir of hoglhe diof 1000 to bUarkavillT nfrom rorlWUo IorPICTURElIIXI4 INCHES MOUNTED ll02incln Cuh prize will LO given dlYlded aa follow a I Merch2OOOOOU S I If ReceIved In July August or September SOOoo THEN AN EXTRA 50000 IS SET ASIDE J p gnecvcnwILhlnonoiuedred 19 either way allow you ail chance JIN THIS CONTEST THERE ARE NO BLANKS AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT III e1eyliableiy IIi h prlwsuherberthclrcholcel otthe fallowing beautiful picture I= 1 CtJNOlI Itrplat202AWiIf M tI 20JKooCi 206Bubblea 2090ur Pet 212Delorea ntl I Contest closei on October 1 1902 ixt midnight 0 uponnlalcliihet e United mates To help you make a cloao gueai we give receipts In Clarkavlllo for pact tuyearit 0 JNnNor 1 03 to Nov 1 lfiTII Nov J PT to 10YI 08lSU J Nor I 01 to NOT 1 02 Nrl ltoNovliiiiMNovl i o ioNorlWau Ot WHATf From Indlcationi about the average crop wilt bo marketed this year n beI v III a guwsbe changed aQef It rrachou One 2 3tilnp must bosentlo pay tho postage on picture ou mutt aelocfyour picture and give number of It t Yocr crdcr must be sent to the paper In which you see this advertisement = Cuftlilti bionic outLund UHO It wad you need not xvrlto n lottor 1iTLisiii si 1 ornj euh crl tion to lioth ro and O prleo named IK low 1 cuiia the numUr of hogaheada of IneloeDIITICiurk rlll Tenn from Norl 19UI toNoylIOOJ NOTE Thn rn l ordered cent to adurcaaca the 0- ptcturotoahtIvrIpt000aodthegucccrodltedto7ou HDQHCADB SmdWCCKLY I AMLRICAN to 11JPOS0Send Your Ptpcr to Mr 1- l POSelC I ISend Picture I oloM 33 J I1j POst0 II 0 4Guess0 rl p t te 7 If THE PRICE OF TIlE WEEKLY AMERICAN ONE YEAR WITH ALL PRIVILEGES OF THIS CONTEST AND P II- dlf Jx Hartford RepuUI15 tTr I IjithAv APRIL 18 Illinois Central RallrondTimo Tab to New time curd taking effect Sunday Deo DOont noon Nnl1l1IIAIllItINo m No llJ loe47p m No 101 doe 347 p in- No in dn 1130 p m No 131 due 84S y to- Iocnl fsrlKlit- Ko 1M dn 7Mam No 193 due 267 11111 B D VAninia Agent DESPERATE FIGHT Will Reynolds Colored Killed Two Men and Mortally Wounded Three Tuscumbla Ala April 13 Three men are dead three mortally wounded and four seriously woun led as the re sult of Sheriff Uassawa j attempin to arrest Will Reynolds a desperate negroSunday morningat II oclock Sher- Iff Gassaway TInt to i Negro settle ment Knardtown to arrest win Reynolds for obtaining goods under false pretenses The officer was met by tbe Negro who opeeed fire with a Winchester wounding the sbriffand immediatly firing upon the deputy Will Gassdway who was 300 yards away mortally wounding him As soon as possible every man in town who could procure a gun was in the neighborhood but owing to th location none dared to venture within the open space Dyuauilte was procured and the home in which the Negro was barricaded was fired upon but to ho effect At i oclock Capt Simpson of the wheeler rifles arrived with 12 guns ane 1000 cartridges which were dis tributed among 12 picked men This company was stationed around th house and riddled it but the Negro had taken refuge in the cellar and re turned the fire killing Jones and I wounding Finney Coal oil was then I procure and alter four hoois of hard work the houses adjoining that in which the Negro was located were tired About 8 oclock the house In which the Negro was located was fired by the Wheeler rifles who had arrived on the scene The Negro took refuge in a shed and npeneefire killing Wal lice and wounding Davis but the posse and militiamen ridble the Negro and the crowd numbering 1000 grabded the body and threw It in the burning building Wallace who waS- killed was closIng in on the Negro who shot him through the body His body fell in the burning debris but was recovered Davis Wallace and Falkner were the men who fired the building Relic seekers cut ofl the Negros fin gets and such parts of the body as could be procured Three houses were burned in the efiort to reach the Negro Several houses were killed in tbe battle Sunday night it was reported that the sheriff and his brother hIve no change to live So deadly was the Negros aim that it was possible an hour before the body of Prout could be recovered Nut n bbort was fired by Reynolds that did net tell when those whom he was firing upnn could be Sundayguprising among the Nearoes A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds In Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffer lug from coughs or colds says Chas M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest cods It is es pecially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle cure them ot horseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by all druggists m ASK Druizlst for 10 CENT TRIALS12E ELYS CREAM BALM lire Itellef at our e It fleaniv aootbe membrane unI hul tb oIldI cuturrb und drive neaT II rohi In till CATARRH I EADoroprotect the Mcinbnine Ui turrs the Krn ea c tatdrtigtditHIV llltOTIllIWio Warren Street N w ork CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theABlsnaturo of OZ7M The Need of a Chaperon- One of the most irapottont demands of socIal life is that young girls should be properly chaperoned Mothercan not be too careful of their duties in sdaughtersdoubt as to their taustwerthlness but the world Is neither a lenient nor kind judge society demands that certain tttheyget the credit of being Ignorant orI sadlly Indifferent or the daughters of POWERFULMENOFTHEEAST Au1nere fciplanatlotl hi Ifeij tiSSiiSftl Strchstb Th Secret bl tliIk iiarVeloM Vitality gail Xerv S fottd JealoOily Ooarded j- WotncnoUbe Hartm Compound Potion Wboee HeJaTf noting Effects nr Almot Mlrac oboe and Aatonlsblng the Mot Skeptical TIle fondest hope of ancient or modern ankara otter the Fountain ot 1erpetnal Youth can KniwIr hay aimed Wrier thnn the rwnlta arblered bjr the marvelona compounds known thronghont the alt iw EL MOKIUI1- Traveller rctarnlngtoEirop hare from tin to time brought aatontanlng tale of the ref u renatlng effect produced by thl Wonder ot the Orient Crudely compounded by the Women ot tile Harem from ormolu handed down orally from generation to veneration the attret ot tbla prep aration thus Jenlonily RoardcQ and known only to tbe Inmate ot the Harem and the Court Thy alelana EL 1IOKDIR baa been practically unob talnable excepting by the farored one for whom It wo Intended necently howercra prominent entire Arabian Pytlclan banlthed front his country for political offense and deprived uf his Teat poaaeaalona bus availed himself of bia knowledge to urn n liven hood bentllng hl tatlonby lapplyUg thli ron relont compound EL MOKDIH to the aoblllty and wealthier classes of all Europe who bate cheerfully paid him large tee In return forth benefit reeelred Content with the large Income derived from thla practice thl aged Physician baa repeatedly refuted rery liberal offer made to him ftfrthe formula of bl Remedy but be has finally agreed with the Importing boua of Tea onFJunI Counxv of Philadelphia to pot It aplt con venient loran for aale eiclualvely In the United State and thla firm havlngtheiclu lveairenry now offend for the flrat time to the American public This remedy nuit not be confounded with the numerous nervou eihanitlon lost manhood and pelt ftbnue remedlex which are advertlaed o-nt variety of names a there la absolutely hn scientiSt chemistry ha been able peerleaaXItracted from rare tropical root cud herb purposeprevent decay In men its marvelous effect In are retting decay of IMo especially InWptbt male being and never fatling- and aa Its uae la universal an over the Kaat where deevodenteyeternWhile It Isai absolute aperlOe aad positively guaranteed to cure till worst case of nervous 10 bllltr lost manhood or almllar weaknesiea due nedItbpower to all weak pert and developing and maintaining the full natural vigor of manhood tablrtrormfectly harmless and easily taken one tablet IIrln I a dose and doug the work at once and eoevll dntJy aeto leveuo doubtinthe mind of the patient It will cure yon so aa to atav cured andearefalljeiftinlnedbypacked under tbatr seal and guarantee to cur It will be seat prepaid under plain coy er with full and complete directions on receipt PtacHrUarkataaUaSHr aUlalaMa being reckless forward or rebellous There are few things so precious and sacred as the reputation of a young girl A mother is a girls natural chaperon If she cannot accompany her always she can at least be sure that her daugnter is under proper and dignified protection The Delineator for May in its department of social observrnces discusses very cloely this phase of family obligation and calls attention to the fact that lack of care on the part of parents results too aiten in the foolish engagements and imprudent early marriages of young people ROUGH RlVtR- TELEPHONE j I COMPANY IJCOBPOniTlD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines end 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 nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu tars call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Xy Moonshine Distillery New York April 4An unli censed whisky still which according to revenue officers was one ofthe largest ever discovered in this State was raided In this city last night Spirits found were 165 pi oof The officers es timated the value of the plant at 20 000 and its possible output at ijco gallons of whisky dally No one was 1In building when the raid was made FirstIf I refuse to bs vaccinated after being exposed to smallpox can I be sent to jail SecondIf so do you think I would break out there Anti Y Do you think that it is likely to be a cold summer Kindly state why when and where also what for RespectfullyiSmith Spire PerSptreit Can you give any advice abut spanking a child Young Mother Never spank a child on a full stom ach Turn bin overCThat painting that I callWhirling Dust in New Yorks Streets is the most natural thing I ever did I s to That so Yes sir I have to spray it Glymol CASTOBXA to kiep it free from wl111I Bean theThe Kind You Hats Alnji Bwtfit Rlar lI Look at the Date On you abol and you can readily calculate how much you are owing on your subscription It may seem a ery small item to each ono in arrears but thp sum total amounts to a considcral sumIlll wo need it in our ess Dont put it oil butlpay it 1 J c STARVING IN 1nX ASi i Wnrriri 8fid Chiller neg jot Grain of Corn Corpus ChtlstlTe April 9Lett- ers received from County Clerk Peter Valls Sheriff Lozano and County JnndgeSpohn of Zapata county not anly confirm the first reports of the suffering caused there by drouth but say the half is not yet told Dish op J SJQhn ton of the Corpus Chris ti diocese has received the following horn Rev J Ward a man well ac quainted with Zpata affairs Condition must serious people suffering for food no need to investi gate no means ol ttaveino provender no aninuls to draw vehicles The almost total lack of transportation facilities is the gravest difficulty to be overcome in relieving the etrlctcn peo pie with supplies The nearest rail road to the county lies over too miles distant and as all the hoisei In the county are dedd rescue will have to furnish their own animals and jSanand other tuwns me making prepara tion to send relief While there has been no organized tfTitt on the part of the state government yet Gov Joseph D Sayers wtfl receive and forward all money and supplies thats sent him and the Glob Uemocrat correspondent can assure the charitable people of the United Slates that the time to act is now Women children and once t tran men Ire wondering feebly up anti down the sandhills of strlcten Zapato begging piteously for a few grains if corn or a handlul of raw beans with which to keep body and soul together Planting time has passed and there is no hope of a crop again this year Gov SAVERS INVESTIGATING Austin TexAprlluGov Say ers has been urged to issue au appeal to the people of Texas for aid for the drought sufferers on the lower Rio Grande border lie has written to responsible parties living in the stricken section for full information and it the report of starvation and destitution are verified he will call upon the people of the state to render aid to the sufferers It is stated that hundreds of people have abandoned the ranches located back from the Rio Grande lor a dis tance of sixtymiles and have made their way to the river where they ate at last assued a supply ot water The destitute people have been subsisting on the roots ofcacti for several months It has been more than two years since any rain has fallen in that section The citizens oi Houston have raised 354 and the members ot the Texas Lumbermens association have subscribed 6aoo lor the relief of the fame Ihestricten people of Zipata county President Oscar Lingletof the Fort Worth Retail Liquor Dealers associa tlon has addressed n letter to every wholesale and retail dealer in the state asking them to donate liberally- to tbe need of these starving people THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EditlonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Irraldeotlol campaign la ovir but the world goes on lot the acme and It la lull otnwa To Itarn thla ncwa lot I It la promptly anti Impartially all thntyonbnv to do la to look in the columns of Th ThrlceaWfli 0Ithe Kw York World which comes to the scriber 1M time a year pubUglierever th English language la spoken and ou want It subseriptioounequaled newspaper and Tne ItKPUBLrciK to gether one year for 1160 papres CiUE JVRNAL 2 TIMES A WEEK 104 Tinrjesa Year The TIt wJElL COVRIKK JOUItVAI la time bet pswrpnblUhed In the Inlted States for Democrats and for AII readers It la the equal of runny Dplllmrind the JittI1IIPTThe Wednesday Issue la dovotcd to IKMH JllTTiil thoHotarday Issue II Iinote to tnollOMi 8amplcoiilc sent free on nppll oitlon Adilreas rUt COlIltl tItJ llt31 At CO Lourlavllle Ky- Jijspcclnlurrangement you enD gottbiItK IlHIIIUAN and tho TflIEEWEI- 1oVlttEIIJVliL both one year for = only tlno- Thla U for cash subscriptions only All sub arrlptlon unJtr this combination offer mot be- ent throught lisa lti iulillrMiionic 0 Repeaters an the original solid top and This faturs forums ss114 metal tlwtii ths shooters hs ad its cartridr at all tLss throw the cm UM away Inn him foua It late biI face ass b and Kaiaafrtaaaatsfiarhls eyes a Us Us ol sight ulMlntlMARLIM action rka and msetkI nwkiat very Imitie nais Our new autsaiatl reealtaper aunt nibs tim u1iD the safest bresahloadinr ria nor built tao eatalecua loo lustratlnn la nine colors mailed for three stamps nMcrllIFireArIlllCoI j 111 bi WORTHY StCOESdi- 1iiiiath1bg NbV uiidor ho Uhu All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid pastefornituucuotta membranes causing them powerfulentirely eaten away the same memo branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointment cannot reach An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ot Catarrh has at last perfected treatment which when faithfully used not permanentlycause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that partsThisSnuffles the Guatanteed Catarrh extremelylowcontaining internal and external medicine sufficient for a fnll months treatment and everything necessary its perfect use perfectCure forthatIt cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and U also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffies wil nave you il you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which is restively guaran teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if uced according to the directions which accompany each package Dont delay but send for it ati once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Snums the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt ot One Dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia QUICK WORK OF A MOB Murderer Hanged by Mob While the Coroner Was Holding an Inquest Fulton Ky April 14Plank Taylor deputy marshal on the Tennessee side of Fulton was shot and Instantly killed last night at 7 oclock by Tom Blackard aged 23 n farmer living near Dukedom Tenn At 1030 Blackanl was taken from jail by a mob and hanged from abridge where he was afterward found dead by officers and citizens Will Cavenor a saloon man was accidentally shot in the leg in attempting to capture Blackard Blackard had been drinking Short ly after dark Taylor was walking down tbe street so eyewitnesses say and met Blackard who was accompanied by a boy The boy spoke to the officer who kindly responded lid lo old man It Blackard spoke to the officer saying Who in the hl are you talking to TAylor replied To your friend The deputy marshal end tbe officer threatened to chest him without further ado Bluckard drew a revolv er and shot Taylor twice once thrcugh tbe right breast ad again In the heRd The officer tell to the groundand as he sank down drtw his revolver and handed it to Andrew Taylor who was with him saying Kill him ARE YOU DEAF l Andrew1 and expired BtaCkHtd and his companion fled but Blnckatd was afterward captured by peputy Smith and others alter he had done all in his power to escape ITh coroner juryVBII in session anti about to tying In a verdict that Taylor met his death at the hands of Blackard when a man ru bed in and announced that the lockup door was broken and the prisoner good City Marshal Walker Justice Rob erts and pat ot tbe jury and the spectators went out on a search and found Ulackarda body swinging from the bridge oa Harris Fork Creek eq NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN tYAWIU A- 1DCHXC5A1CO LeenIEvans vlll and Chicago the line being I via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Bvansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of tbe P D B Ry Tbe services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Hvanavile 730 pm 730am Ar Chicago 700 nm 7joopra SOUTH BOUND Dally RI Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 830am AiUvansville 8oja m 5soPID Through sleeping vera oa aigbt trains and through free reclining chair are on day trains Tickets of your local ticket 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