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rvrffpt ill 151w Uollsr mivarpaaM by thoiMallx to ul yiiar rapt A taHanil iomil U treatment In ilii ttMtH artMwry amlMtw nnd mr wrltlru KiMmalr live iHtllar iiayalila la ailTw TbU this rf5 all rpepkn JiHlaiUnvIn clknaiIrrntiurht lthln tlMirmrliulall e- Audi mamuslaliun IIqpL TII Noyhiat illlrr i iiii s ii y tlnrkrt and 9ltli aWpbla Is Ulyr A Candidates Announcement llavtni cXHimnul a number cf btroni wellUwinil IIN tlOlk and ItavinK talked to tevernl strong well built Uwyeis I find that there Is no law niAint Jt so I ntn going to run tnt heleRUlaturei and bdpethat ed everybody will vote jor roe However any tualiwho hnscon scientloun fctuples about voting tpr rue will please subscribe for the Dem Is octal nr pay up back dues nttIwill be forgiven I mil going to win this race without h Bpendlni any money Tllave been lu tile newspaper buoineas so long that the uprndlng of money has bt come A lost art to me 6 P 0ple wliodo not like roe niiiynof shoot of their heads ad libitum and say anything they want to They ifiay even lie about tne but its al r3ihti T expect It and hereby ptoai Isc not Jto b surprlsednor in the ileatt ruffled if I find myself aflectlona ely referred tnns an expett cow thlefbut iicveitheless I will run because I want ta and It ill not a Aln6t the law In case Ialutjcted I wilt be Foleiy reaponsihle lor ti ns nobody risked me to run alltllilibody but myself Is to bliinie If the other cnmlidales hnve nhy h VIC tu llctiss and want to meet me on the stump all they have to do is to notify the I cant talk much but 1 will malic 1 t la of signs Hoping the best man will wnI nm respectfully John Mclendon Good for Rheum ntlsmt1Instftll I wns jnlten n wry severe attack of muscular rheumatism Inoyancee n h clded to MneGhapiherlains Pain BalmC which I bail seeni adveitlsed in theA poath lerslraan AUertwo applica tlon ol this Remedy I was muchs b tter and ruMng pne bottle was i n ronipletely cuttd Sallie HarriT Salem N jVFor sale byall druggiit I l Over 2000 Iriiperiallstsotdlers were C ambushed by rebels in China and allRwere killed or ruptured ol u A THE SECRET OF LIFE jrA Talk With Dr Lcob About I Ills Latest Exec riment- sAnnouncement Soon to be Made by Another Scientist That the Elemental Forces of Life Maybe Actually 4 Created The tact that Pro Jacques Leob head ol the biological department at Chicago university has reproduced the manifestations of physical life in certain cblmical actions and has demo onstrated that the source ol nerve and muscle stimulus is electrical means more than was at first realized whet the announcement of his discovery was made a trw weeks ago Dr Lcob hisIauccess yet willing to lay claim to having discovered the great secret ol what tlfeI is how it begins and why it endsbut he has left it to those who have seen the results of bill recent experiments to draw their own conclusion that he has arrived very close to the roost astounding discovery of a centuryI Certain it is thnt A new physiology as been born and a new pbarma cology as well We shall have to re I ihe our text books and our systems t f treating with drugs There will toan be announced I said Dr Leob to the writer a few days go an account ol the discovery that cnynics the element fotces ofllle which do cot normally exist In the human frame may be actually creat ed Not by me in this announce ment to be wade he added The work has been done by another sclen tIt and I cannot talk about the mater yet You see there are others Olkflg on these great problems Can life be created at the will of lit Can n fclentist show how to avoid death Is there a reasonable ay lengthening tlCll These are- qUtsllonswblch every one asks For etly the answer would have been Impossible Now the man in the street is saying Possibly and the- blOlollIta who have been watching r Loebs work ae rtady to say probably a At any rate that in the conclusion which a study of Dr Ltobs expe rimenU inevitably leulR Here Is a scienliit who has already in u sense lire lIe has taken uniertiliz ol ti sea urchin eggs horn which until hey ate brought Into contact with thdnperm no lite can develop and he has by means of chemical solutions been able to develop theseso that they are living organisms the same an p though they had been developed In the ordinary manner With other so- slutipnt skits and chlorides and other unfertilized egg he has accomplish similar results Other scientists have verified these conclusions by ex perllentsof theis the result is II matter of sclntlfiehhtory now and what called artificial parthenogenesis fall fact no longer to be questioned Dr Loeb has gone further than this- oweverfurtIer than any previous biologists He has d termlncd that the living organism is protoplasm in In HOESMOTHERWANT hIIhshis strength lidtheCi dOWUY tufts still la Mb cling to the danleelion Item ling to the oracle of childhood mother does not want himsBut mother would a dIfferent story She o lisa noticed the weakelties of the if she saw him now flushed with his unUsua effort and straggling to to cougltwhlcltfollowed rr111mtweakn lungs made P strong that site might l not lose himaIL lungs obstinate vj cough hemor and weaknessd mtreiigtheiiitiglledical Discovery It is especIMly valuable or children building up wea bodies with sound Ills liWinter tertlci J M Frr Kiq of Cameron Scrnrc he hftirquickly when everylhlni else failed I wrote cuunti7htwould do him good We were Uriur lu ail Oa at the thus She brought Saranp MedIcalllUconyTim Common Sense Medical Adviser is tlXIwIItent stamps for paperbound book or 31 v tups lot Address Dr Y Tierce Buffalo N 7o0 a a o liquid states that death comes when the protoplasm pastes into a- more solid condition and that life it self depends on the electrical charges of the protoplasmal particles It was shown some time ago that poisons acted on the nerves in Just this ncrthe colloidal substance ol which the nerves are composed egan to so lidify under the action ol poison Here we may see the application of the new pharmacology It is no longer necessary to administer medi cines blindly The exact eflect oi eVe cry drug every chemical can be as certained without difficulty The body in illness or health must be in a certain chemical state Which will be shown by the new methods ofdiagno IlL Granted that this latter way be accomplished slid it seems that It j wit be IHseisy toice tboithe prop er chemicals or medicines bearing the ploper charges of electricity in themselves may be used to restore the body to its normal condition The scientists will have shown us away to control physical life This Is proba bly very near to what Pro Loeb meant when he said that be wished to understand lileto take it in his nands and play with it as he chose On what then does life depend The present theory says Dr Leob Is that an electric charge keeps our protoplasm in a liquid condition so as to prevent cosoulation LifeI depends on the liquid condition certain parts ot our protoplasm death cornea with the coagulation ol these parts and the forces which make the manifestations oi life possible ale first ol all the electric charges of the patti oi this protoplasm The simplest form of life is the sin glecalled organismthe sea urchin s a good example It was with this orts that Dr Leob carried on most of his important experiments at Woods loll Mass and in the marine observatory in Naples Italy Experiments oi this sort were lundamentally Important for all life is simply protoplasm In some Iprm or other If Dr Leob could determine what caused the movements ol the little mass of protoplasm which the sea urchin he could then determine with certainty the causes of the functions oIltfeTln many complex cells of living matter Few have probably stopped to think what this theory means in Its relation to our former beliefs in life its spirit Uat creation Its origin and its endr Dr Leob Was done that which has been puzzling the scientists lor a ceaItury puthe has linked the Inatnl mate world with the animategAlter the theory carve the ezperlt ments The biologist reduced con dons life to a material basis by err ting conscious life To be sure this creation has as yet been done very rudely but the significnnce of the re suit Is no less important Now that he has accomplished the prolonging the life of the simple celled sea urchin and more than that the crea lion ol lite in these lorms he hasa biought the scientists and the churchi pheJThegists is to explain the chemical charw cter of life Much of the phenome na oi life can be reproduced in the chemists laboratory but thus far only at such a high temperature that actual life la Impossible No one could explain why the functions ol thetbody be carried on at the low temperl atnre at which they now operate For example said Dr Lobox Idation a fundamental principal ol tire takes place t4a low temperature the body The air inhailed by the lungs and the oxygen taken up byc the blood In a very simple manner but it the chemists attempts to reproduce this he a tremendous JHeretoforea the habit ol attributing this differw lice in temperatures at thensame chemical changes are brought about in the body and without tosome mysterious principle or element t life They called this plement theaa term saysDr Leob covers njourpresent ignorancef It has been Dr chief labort discover a way to control en zymes and in this study he produced any ol natures processes lie madeI latinum In solution or in a very finew powdered form digest fat the samei s it is digested by the stomach and glands Likewise the action ofsbacteria in petrefactlon was reproh uced by the powdered platinum ando any other living functions werie Sc- omplishe4 Indeed Dr Leob did 11InitIatede phenomena at the same tempera urn 88 that of tile body this is the aU ot the wopderfulsucceS he has ad OiiIivflg matterbas atleaut one common quantity yltblIsoluUqn of fi latinum saysb Jeobnamely that they are colonial solutions that liquid substances I should say tit perhaps one of the moit impor leatures of the physical construc tlon of living matter is this that haltII lotir living matter must he In a liquid state and this liquid state Is ol the character of collojd solution with the same forces as are in the plailnum colloids What are these forcer Experiments have been mad showing the eflect of an electrical current in water in whjch was living cells These cells bearing negative charges move toward the positive electrode When they come in con tact with it they lose their charges ot electricity and die The same thing happens practically with platinum so lution The negatively charged par tides move toward the positive pole and when they conic in contact with it the platinum sinks to the bottom u l the jar It Is because ot the electric charges that panicles of heavy sped r Ic gravity like platinum can remain in solution The puilcleR ol any so lution treated iDthlt way mlle to ward the poles and when the elcclrlj cally charged particles reach posite poles they give up their charges and we have the process of coagulation This in thu living world Is death Our lives depend upon the dec trical condition of our protoplasm Death is the process of coagulation Solt seems that the chlel forces which render these manifestations ol life de pend upon the electrical condition 0- 1lour protoplasm and that the force which makes life poisible is primarl beIelectrical joint ol view all manifesta lions ol tile rould be explained In this we must remember that changes in temperature might bring about coagulation Our study now IN the forces which eaift In the liquid part of protoplasmAre near the great mystery f Man may create conscious life play with it prolong it by chemical or electrical means and yet what is it that back ol all breathes into the or ganism the consciousness of life it Itelllllerbert Wallace in St Louis GlobeDemocrat I The Two Sinners She was a woman worn and thin whom the world condemned for n single sin They cast her our ol the kings highway and passed her by Of they went to pray lIe was a man and more to blame but the world spared him a breath oi shAme Be neath his feet he saw her lie but he byTheyat the temple ol God on the holy day They scorned the woman far ave the man twas ever thus since he world began Time passedon and the woman died on a cross ol shame and was crucified The world was steno and would not yield onrl they burled her in the potters field The man died too and they buried him in A casket ol cloth with a silver brim and said as they turned from the grave away We burled a noble uRn today Two mortals knocked t heavens gate stood lace to face toIInquire their fate He carried past ort with an ealthly sign but she a ardon front love divine Ot ye who udge twixt virtue and vice wblchI think ye entered paradise Not btJ hom the world bad said wouldwin for the woman alone was ushered InIBob Taylor Reflections of a Bachelor II a man is determined to get into it is not absolutely necessary ot him to get married Practicing what you pleach bores your friends about as much as prtachI log what you dont practice Some peoples homes are so attrac live that they trjoy the ease and of setting In a dentists chair When the average young woman her mission in life she be ins by wondering how many snrv nts fhe will have and whether she ill erjoy a victoria or a bruugbaut ost An old maid is good wine gone our Iet me write the bills of a nation nji I care not who pays them There are never any divorces in the families where the husbands praise he meals A widow never pretends to n man chat she is worried about the way he interested in other woman she Isrornieti about the way other men are jWhenIte thinks she could never have a- usband whoes name wasnt Reginald r Percival when she is rtady to get married anti Fettle don Torn or Bill p elseIIt I A j t Bran as a CleanerrBran IS recommended as a most elcGracious cleaning agent for carpet I The bran should bp moisted just suf clently to hole the parties together and then sprinkle over the floorc The claim is made that the bran not only cleans the carpet but that all dirt is absorbed by the moist sub t stance The broom is kept clean and 0 dust settled on furniture or pict lures STORIES Of Henry Clay Recalled By Mrs eClays Reminiscences No kind ol reading Is more enter tnining than anecdotes ol dlstln gulahed men and women Many ol their bfMiaml saying disclose traits i f character and the quality ot their mental fiber more fully than an elal o rile biographical portraiture s lot most ofus Juthers TscI ed holds a more permanent interest tli n his severe DeServe Arbitrlo And it was the judgment of Hallam I think that the Tabletalk of Seiden w superftir to all the Ana ol the Con inent All classes Irom the philob 6phrr down to the dime i ovel U- jJoybrovsingon Ane doles rablt Though Seldens TieatUeon Thythes wtltteu todis prove that tithe are due jute divl no raised a furious storm ut indigna lion among both the higher and lower clergy not one in A hundred cares to read It now whereas lila Tabletalk Is IItilllrelbund attractive Tty extolling this work of S lt1ens Ulleck by no mean intended to dis credit the Ana whether of continental or Insular Europe After the dentil o f J J Scallger his learned associates collected and published in volumes Scaligerann embodying with con siderable fullness his conversations in I 1weresus Ileinslu Snumalse Vossius Velscr the Dnpnyfl anti a few ethers Such distinguished associations given twofold interest to these Scaliger ana btcome ol the occasion which drew them forth or the ensuing ob servatloas of now one and now aroth er oi that learned coterie Calvin was wise Interposed Sca llger in that he did not write a com mentary on the Book ol Revelation But we are gilding away trots 01 ject of these little articles tbeI just to add a lew words about the pursedbyread lately before the Womans Club in Lexington and published in the Leader Such reminiscences are exceed Ingly interesting not only to those who were acquainted with Mr Clayj asknewhbyMrClerk ol the House of Representative And Secretary of the Senate of tltej United States These additional reminiscences will aid in supplementing what Mrs Clay has so well written Mr Clay near fully forgave JamesI Buchanan lor the part he 18245 in the celebrated barglu andlsale by which it was charged Clay gave the vote of Kentucky to ohn Quincy Aams for President instead ol General Jackson In consideration of his subsequent appointment by Adams h the Department oftSteles At that time Buchanan was a representative In Congress from the old Lancaster Chester and Delaware dir trlct in Pennsylvania Chosen orlgi nallyasa Federalist he became a Democrat under the influence of Jack sons popularity while Clay origin ally a Democrat became n pronounc ed antagonist of Jackson and hi party In 18245 Buchanan was in his thirtyfilth year Clay In his tory eighthIon by the adverwrles ol Clay arosed the bitterest rosstons and was haughtily and indignantly repelled by the Ken tucklan He was wade to believe that the story was fabricated and sent on its way by the young member a from Lancaster but this was alwaysf denied by tbeJatter who ere letters eflectually disproving it but they proved unsatisfactory Mr Flaytsome years and Buchaqan were koth In the United r States Senate togather the latter was one of the leaders oi the Democracye Clay did not conceal his Pennsylvanian and sought every o 5- asion to show it t One memorable day Clay rose anti a studied attack upon the Demoo cntsnnd especially upon General nckfon Mr Buchanan was put forward to answer his which he did with his best ability When he took his seat Mr Clay rose with well feignedsur rise and sarcastically remarked hat he had made no allusion to the Senator front Pennsylvania hat be was referring to the leaders ot to the subordinates ofthe DemoC rocypThereupoij Buchanan took the flour and said that the Senater from beIhe hal pointedly and repatedly looked at him while he was speaking Oa the instant Clay sneerlngly reo rottednoticeable obliquity of vision I beg a r o spy Mr President he remarked that the mistake was the Senators e rot mine Unlike him Sir I do not lookone way and row Knottier It was a cruel thtuit and when a gentleman reproached City lor hi 1 harshness he shrugged his holders and said Oh tini him he deceived it He writes letters On another nrra lon Buchanan had lcen drfemllnir himself against the charges ofhostlllty to the cIII war with England by showing that he had tombed a troop of Lancaster horses and rode to Baltimore to resist Itthe invaders Via Mr leshhnt was Clays prompt irjoinder I ie member also that hy the time the Senator got into Maryland the enemy had fled Doubtless Ihey h appioich of thf rlistingnlthed lenllt1 man and telind Ufuie the prestige of bin courage Jt is gratittingo add that though these BttttBiien tlICIt become friends they ceased to be enemies frequently in alter years meeting in xocttty especially at thedinner table G Vln Lexington Leader CA SX cEI ABun the 1H rind You Hits Alwfj Bonjht BlgMturf dVaf Joe MulhHtlHn has bobbed up in Mercer county Ky where he has tbeIThe knob covers an area of several acres It was noticed a few days ago that the knob had separated from the earth and appeared to he floating around as if on a large body of water The space between the seperate bodies is about six Inch II Itom which comes a sound lIe boiling gas though no gas has ever Issued thcrelrom The knob moves In a rotary manner and is very susceptibrl A colored brother was expounding the gospel to his fkclt and alter viv idly describing the place ol the damn ed concluded the service with the loT lowing Bredren I has been asked how hot Is hell and I would say dat it you took nil dwood in New York State and all de coal In Pennsylvany and ptledem all in a heap an poured on dat nil de lie in de vold and set dat on fire and mien took a man out of hell and put him Into mist burnin mass he would freeze to death Data how hot hell Is 0 A Minnesota mill recently ground 12 464 barrels ot flour in twentyfour ours the largest inn ever wade byA mill Tu haul the product for this one day eightyfive full sized freight tears were needed and the pro drnct was valued at 500x0 A New York woman died the other leaving tier entire estate to her poodle dog The estate Is worth en thousand dollars A relative sayst she was a doggone lcoltFire which Marled In the assay of ice of New York came near meltingJ millions of dollars uf silver he Snbtreasnry THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Ploaoant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood Iiwelland nerves completely shattered by paribdlcat or constant use ol Intox icatlng liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison anti destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Hume s perfectedftertreatment of Inebriates The faith ul use according to directions of this o woodurlul discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the mot obstinate to case no matter how bard a drinker ur records show the marvelousitransformation ol thousands upight Wives cure your husbands II Chilrren cure your fathers I This dy is in no sense ii nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is preparedhatpleasant to the taste K that It can be Ivtn in a cup of tea or coffee with ut the knowledge of the takcing it Thousands oftirunkards have cure themselves with this pricelessii remedy and as many noIre hyhllvlngloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe to day that discontinued drinking of their own tree will Do not wait Do not be deluded by parent and leading improvementf Drive out the disease once forltime The The home thurerice of One Dolnr thus placing within reach ol evuyLoJjr a treatment more effectual than others cost ing S26 to 51 Full directions actcompany each package Special vice bv kllfed physicians when te qurted without extra charge Sent a prepaid to any part of the world on- eceipt ol one dollar Address PeptpEdwin B Giles Company PhiladelphiaAll ntial SUFFERED THREE YEARS I CATARRH OF STOMACH IHIss EVELYN MORSE rillS Evelyn Morse writes from 6S1 Adams Street Minneapolis Mini asfollows suffered for nearly three years with catarrh of the stomach which no 1 medicine seemed to relieve until a friend advised me to trYPertJnA Although VakInghave had no symptoms of Its return lam only too glad to recommendItEVELYN MORSB Adla Urlttaln of Sekitan 0 rltei r- After using your wonderful Pernna three months I hare had great toilet I had continual heaviness in my atom ach was bilious and had fainting spells uslllglerunamy housework antI think Feruna the greatest medicine I ever usedAdis Brittain streetvCloyeland I candidly feel Feruna was the means BUY OWENS CAVE SlmpleofOre Taken From itlnj dfcatefhat itlsRich In Valuable Minerals What will prove to be one of the profit1bledncah is the one closed late Saturday night whereby a syndicate of Padu- cah capitalists become possessors of he well known Owens Caves proper y This syndicate is composed of Messers S B Hughes E T Wool ok L Sv DuBois Geo C Walloce os L Friedman Wm Falls GeJ Rock W F Paxton Judge j W Bloomfield and Jail Owe J Thla ortbemiles train Paducuh and is rich in lead fluorppir shod sliver Analysis of sauipeaol ore takes fiom the property show about cent lead while silver r nsRPPloxt tnately one and onehall ounces per ton In addition the flour spar is very valuable and finds a reedy sale A- toodpricea This property has been developed to the extent that a shaft feethisthe owners ol the mine were lifter sll b04ttheby a large bowlder falling down the halt From this fact the present owners have been Unable to examine aiupbesftaken tram the sides of the shaft close the top and It is a most gratifying deeperItmine cannot be definitely told but there Is no doubt but that it la very ich in lead and fhur spar An estimate ol the value of this mine is found in the lact that the ore j 10plh1dlstrlctper cent while nit rtttinlrig 25 per ent Is toiiiething almost unknown The cheap grade ores of this iine will probably be built in Paths call by the New York parties who were here recently J The property will be developed liur mediately and the ore is so Cheaply mined that nn cutput of zoo tons dally will seen be easily attained Anyone fanlllar with the Immense profits of feethatlekely to be a veritable bonanza Ex A Connecticut Yankee who has no1 iced that personal property easily succeeds in evading taxation proposes scheme to stop it He would leti ach gob the public authority and ermitted to estimate his own wealth His estimate would be accepted us correct without a question Then when a titan dies only so much as he tL of saving toy life for T suffered for month from catarrh of1 the stomach Twpbottlc of Pernna cured meMrbzlo DlovlnIIf you not prompt and aatls factoryrciulU from theuaeot lenina givingaioUbe pleated to give yon his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartmah PreiIdenVof The Hartman Sinllarlum Xlurabui Ohio 5 has paid taxes on should gototbe heirs and any amount that has escap ed taxation to the State The plan Is ingenious andnghtpt6ve more eqnltkble than the present system making personal property bear tfiore of its just burden whibhrioWfals oo real estate How It would acti as a reality in operation Is a problem for future working Eic a Subscribe for THE HAR1FOIUREruni CAN 100 per year in advanC s CASTOR it For Infanta ani Children e The Kind You HaYi Always Bltht Bears the J3g turoo I Fortune for Dowle Chicago April iiny the terms of Frederick Sritt6na will filed for probate in the Like county court John Alexander Dowie head til the Zionists and who atylea himself Elijah II is made heirto an estate of 50000 most of whlchlt in New Zealand whence his benefactor cornea Sutton had left allthat he had to Dowle but a few days before his death concluded tb remember his sis ter and three brothers vfho are still in New Zealand A codicil providing lor them wa filed with the will OverWork Weakens Your kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood la your bodypanes through your kidney once every three minutes Is Its es may The kidneys are your purifiers fit ter out the waste or Impurities InlheIf or out of fall to da come from ex cess of acid tri the to neglected kldnoy1rOUble Kidney trouble quick or unsteady thoughllieyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned IJIdartelto be considered urinary kidneysbutriawall constitutional diseases their beginning in kidney trouble Ifypu are sick you can mal o no mUtika mildI Isiwonderful cures ol the most distressing cases and sold on merits fillYIcenland a Wood they blood Ihey order they Jhelr work Pains aches and rfieu matism urlo blood due causes blood veins that only have sample bottle by mall nomuaafree also pamphlet telling you how to find lout II you have kidney or bladder trouble this paper when writing Dr Kilmer ii Co BInghamton N Y 4 Hartford Republican Issued frldaai + ar U Hatlfontfut Cojueorfcratid iUriilKiiUifOititncimiciiKlmnil nutter rSE2XQ C- CusnberlencMI4Roach zuverMzaJOHN 1IEJBT TJlOJlAIIME4Uori FRIDAY APRIL 25 BELGIUMS troubles teem to be oer rCANT somebody by a superhuman effort say something new on the beef a trust DALLAS gave the advance guard of Confederate Veterans a warm re caption Jut week ATTORNEY F T Burkhead of Owensboro blossomed out for Cir cult Judge this week- sA DILL granting tbe widow of Prea ident McKinley a pennon of 5000 a year became a law last week TBERE are two prospective caudi dates for Commonwealth Attorney to fill the vacancy which has existed in that office for the put ten years FOB any information of any kind whatever concerning the Philippines from the Misty haze of prehiitono time down tonow see fbe Herald of this week TnEtwelfthannual meeting of the United Confederate Veterans Asso elation began Tuesday at Dallas Tex It Is estimated that there are 12r 000 visitors jn the city THE Kentucky Educational Mao liciation will meet in Lexington June 24 Ohio county teachers rank among the very best in the State and she should tend up a large delegation ly FRANCIS RICHARD STOCKTON the novelist died in Washington April 20 His reputation was worldwide andone of the brightest lights in literature was by his deatbIIu ON April 12 Preside Roosevelt signed the bill abolishing the war taxes The bill will go into effect July I It is estimated that this will reduce the revenues about 870000 000 THE horrors incident to the burn- Ing of the boat City of Pittsburg near Cairo 111 early last Monday morning are almost without a para allel Just bow such a catastrophe could occur on a modern equipped a steamboat we are unable to compre as bendnOitMaya monument commem of Count Do Roch ambeau in the American Revolutionh will be unvailed in of should at least keep up the interest on the debt of gratitude which wea have long owed our sister Republic of France EUGENE F WARE of Topeka Kan known by the pseudonym of Ironquill has been appointed Pen sloe Commissioner to succeed H Clay Evans He is an author of no mean repute but it remains to be seen whether his official conduct will reach the high standard of his prede ceeeor THE moment Miss Ellen M Stone came In touch with civilization after her detention by the Balgarian brig andiihe staggered humanity with the statement th t she would enter the lecturefield This notorious custom la of attempting to turn a little newspa per notoriety into pecuniary gain at the expense of an outraged people has become ridiculous Send the bills ahead BO that we may have time to take to the woods WE shall begin in our first issue in June a series of historical reviews oft the founding and development oi the chief towns and villages in Ohio county and earnestly invite the cooperation l of the citizens and especial ly the older citizens of the county in the task We shall be glad to have a number of citizens of each town of one hundred inhabitants or more write us all the information they can obtain in to the facts referred IJtoMR BEN D KINOO in a newspaper interview has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealths Attorney for- tthis judicial district It the district must undergo the punishment of a Democratic States Attorney we should be glad to see him have it Mr Ringo is a lawyer of ability and a gentleman of honor and if elected to that office would discharge the du ties of it with credit to himself ands his constituency SEVEN divorce suits have been filed in the Ohio Circuit Court since the b March term These figures are ap palling The sanctity of the marriage vow is the safeguard of the so cialcompact The prevalence Inv creating prevalence of divorce suits marks the decadence of society Hu man conduct caunot it is true be ine all cues regulated by statute but laxity of our divorce laws certainly on puts a premium on family disunion So long as the marriage contract maybe easily dissolved it will be lightly J f entered into The legislature th press and the pulpit are responsible for this condition of affairs Will they continue to encourage it by lend ing it respectability THE modern overpractical world not wholly void of romance The life of Thomas Estrada Palma clearly demonstrates this Banished in chain from his native land by a foreign op pressor because he dared to take u arms in defense of its liberties h now returns to receive the homage of grateful people and to accept th chief office of the Cuban Republic Although his new position seems of tremendous responsibilities fro his recent conservative public utterances be seems to be quite well fitted for its arduous duties LAST week Francis W Cushman made himself astir of the first magni ude in the House of Representatives He is a very unique member of tha body being an Independeut Republican from far away Oregon He is described as being tall gaunt peak headed sandyhaired awkward pale eyed logarmed longcoated boy like gawk From this description aside from his repartee and humorous similes he certainly deserves the ape pellation of the Abe Lincoln of his day Although he has no anodyne for imaginary or existing evils yet betook a whack at creation and drew upon himself the applause of both Democrats and Republicans Into just what this parvenu in politics will develop we are unable toforetell WHY not abolish the Circuit Court here in Ohio county and make its confines a kind of dumping ground for criminals of all kinds While criminals of all descriptionparticular murderershave for a long time enjoyed notorious liberties here yet the differentiation of society requires tha- each person be especially fitted for his life work ItWhy compel our ambitious criminals to cross the ocean order to complete their training the Italian banditti Why not save this extra burden on them by es tablishing a training school some where in our own possessions As Samar is the only place that could enter into competition with us we feel that Ohio county would be agreed upon by universal consent JUST now the reading public is being bored by a lot of silly gabble the coronation It is of lit tIe moment hero in America whether crowned or an uncrowned idiot acts a figurehead for old comatose and England That empire with the dazzling grandeur of her put and the ostentatious pomp of th bu failed ignominiously in er two years effort to rob a handful farmers of their homes on the veldt amid the barren hills of the Or ange Free State and the Transvaal Her decline is more apparent the ruling classes than the commo- people What an immeasurable rids tance between the glorious days b Pitt Burke and Fox and the leadership of Author Balfour an Joteph Chamberlain A poetic seer said 111 tarn the laud to kuUnlng I1U a prey i When wialtb nccurnolntw men decay Let the public have a rest on thi coronation business a a 100 Roward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cutp 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 oi the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu and assisting nature in doing ita The proprietors haveBO much lalth In lie curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for case that it falls to cure Send foist of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Aalls Family Pills are the best S S Gross Immorality Little Rock Ark April 22Charg- ea ot gross Immorality have been by the discipline committee of Second Baptist church of Little Rock against GOY Jeff Davlo and a congregational meeting la to be held on Wednesday night after prayer meeting for the purpose of considera ion them Yesterday the committee filed with J Baker the clerk of the official board a report in which the charges were made After some discussion It was decided that the charges be Investigated Wed nesday night and the congregation will be left to decide what disposition be made of them and the gov ernor aa a tellow member It Is expected that a subcommittee will be authorized to visit Hot Springs Camden Texarkana Northwest Arkansas and other points in the state at which place it has been charged that the governor has been guilty of most dis graceful drunken orgiesI Koop It In Your Homo when the bowels tall to act prop rly take a dose ol Lyons Laxative Syrup It acts gently but effectually the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J Thomas Allen Roalne Ky SYNOPSIS Of School Laws Passed by the General Assemblywith Explanations of the Same and Suggestions as to Their Enforcement theePogue blllbecame a law and contajnu madeein the present law Its t changes the date of the second exami graduationmsecond Friday and Saturday in May just a week in advance of the first ex amlnatlon lor teachers It will be noticed that it provides two days for the examination instead of one It also changes the January examination from the last Thursday to the last givtleg two days for this also There was an emergency clause attached to this bill and as the Governor has signed It it is now inefltct and the next examination for graduation will be on the second Friday and Saturday in May The second change made fa in the manner ot paying the State school land The old law provided that the State should pay 40 ped cent in October 20 per cent in November 20 per cent in December and the balance in January The records show that In the nine or ten years that this has been the law the 40 per cent has been paid in October but twice or three times and teachers in other years suffered for it on these occisiois An examination of the Auditors books for severel years back shows that the sheriffs ot the State have paid in less than ro per cent of the State revenue by the first of Octo ber so the payment of 50 per cent in October has necessitated a heavy loan irons the sinking fund Every year teachers have been expecting 40 per cent in October because the law has promised it and many of them have incurrled obligations expecting to meet them with the 40 per cent pay ments and have been seriously dlsap pointed when they did not receive it It was thought by the Legislature that the State ought not to promise more than it can do and thereby de ceive the teachers and cause conlu sion so the law was changed so as to require a payment of only 20 per cent in October and placing the 40 per cent payment in December leaving the November and January payments as the old law had them It will be seen that the final payment is not de layed under this law It is to be re gretted that the State could not meet the requirements of the old law as every one would be glad to see the posale ble The third change requires the county superintendent to give bond in duplicate one copy to be filed in the office of the county clerk and the other to be forwarded by the Statensuperintendent This is simply an thefsome thedthis office as lo the making of the bond This section also provides that the clerk in forwarding the bond sIns ducted into office shall also forward a certified copy of the order inducting him into office The object of this is also to throw additional safeguards around the school fund The fourth change requires county superintendents to make their annual report to this office by August i in stead of September i as provided in the old law This will give this of fice a month more time to prepare copy for the biennial report It has been wellnigh impossible to get the report out on time under the old law The fifth change Is In the minimum salary that the Fiscal Court may al low the county superintendent The old law placed the mlmlmnm at f2S0 Thisraffects only a few counties in the State as only a few have been paying the superintendent less than 40000 As the law Is already in effect it will apply to the present year except in counties where the salary for the present year was fixed prior to the date on which the law went Into effect Section 6 provides that the county clerk shall forward to the office of the State Superintendent a copy ot the final settlement of a county superin tendant when he goes out of office In some way the framers of the law neglected to provide for this Section 7 removes the penalty im posed by the old law on school trust ees for failure to have a school house erected within twelve months from dates of the condemnation of the old house The purpose in removing this penalty Is to enable the trustees to levy and collect a taxeach year and lay It aside until sufficient funds can be accumulated to build a house with out borrowing money This could not be done as long as the penalty was Imposed by the law Under the new law the county superintendent can condemn the house two or three years earlier than be would have done under the old law and the district can cantlnue to use the old house while they collect taxes from year to year until they can build without borrowing money This was Incorporated in the law to remove as nearly- as possible the difficulties trustees and superintendents have been labor lug under since the decision of the Court of Appeals that the old law authorizing trustees to levy a four years tar and borrow money was unconsti tutional Continued next week r Brother Kills Brother Lexington Ky April 22nennh and Will McCullom brothers aged nineteen and thirtyone years resid ing with their father in Clay county near the O wsley county line engaged In a fight Sunday over a revolver In which Dennis was killed and Will dangerously wounded Dennis had borrowed his brothers pistol and returned it In a damaged condition which angered Will They engaged in a dispute and Dennis taking his fathers Winchester fired on his brother through the window but his aim was bad the brother run ning horn the side door shot Dennis through the heart The father com- Ing up took the revolver from wit and shot him In the shoulder and hip His wounds are serious The father and Will have been held in 5000 bond Dennis was burled yesterday Better Than Pills The question has been aqked Ip what way are Chamberlains Stomach pUbOarmore pleasant to take more mild gentle in effect and more reliable a uponThene stomach and leave the bowels In a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use Is often followed by constipation For sale by all druggists w Seventyfive Lives Lost Cairo III April nAfter search log days the deathroll of the burned steamer City oi Pittsburg has not been reduced any from the first reports Of the 145 people on the boat when It burned Sunday morning about half are still missing and no lurther hope for them is expressed The books and valuables oi the boat crew and passengers are still in the ruins The wreck is above water and still smoldering Owing to the heated condition of the hull search for those cremated In it has not been begun and very few of the bodies ot those who are drowned have been recovered owing to the swift current at the scene of the dis asterAt the coroners inquest over the bodies ot Captain Sylvester Doss and Miss Maria Tissin a verdict was ren dered that the former came to death from exhaustion and the latter from inhaling smoke and nothing was developed as to the origin cause or re sponsiblllty for the disaster Captain Phillips testified that he could not account for the origin of the fire unless an electric wire had started Jt He stated that so far as he knew there were 56 lives lost The coroner was advised of other bodies being recover ed at distances from this city but none of them have been identified Sensational reports have been clr culated about an alleged quarrel be tween the officers ol the steamer and the roustabout and that the fire may have been of incendiary origin but no credence is given to these reports Many stories have been told by sur vivors of their thrilling experience escaping Irom the burning decks and some of them are of a most startling character The victims were from points along the Ohio valley and they have left a trail ot bereavement from Pittsburg to the Mississippi Big Mill For Sale Wo offer for sale our bination Flour Grist an Sawmillsituated in Center town Ky This mill is in splendidcondition and commands a largo trade It is a thirtybarrel flour mill with corn attachments and saw rigged Plenty of power for other attachments Fine lo cation in good county The whole property occupies about three acres upon one portion of which is a now family resi dence which will also be sold particularsRENEER BROS Centertown Ky A Clash Between Cattlemen Vinita I T April 22Ina fight between cattlemen west of Collinsville in the Cherokee nation William Phil lips was killed instantly and William Mayfield Jess Skidmore and Llge Johnston were mortally wounded All are nonresident cattlemen who own pastures near Oolagh not far from Colllnsville The fight was the result ofan old feud between Slcidraore and Mayfield which had its origin in a court contest over some grazing land- AU four men were in Colllnsville during the day heavily armed and ape parently expecting trouble Late in the afternoon Skidmore and Johnston left for Oolagh and a few miles west met Mayfield and Phillips awaiting Liver PillsIThats what you tired thing to cure your IiliousI gooddigestion liver pills 1 hey cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative AlldrurQbb beautltalbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEq Xnb m a Muaw N I r u= Tr OLD PEOPLEDo not always receive the sympathy and attention which they deserve Their ailments are regarded as purely imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their life Disease and infirmity not always be associ ated with old ngc The eye of the gray haired gmndsire may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companionsrr r Good Blood Is tho secret ofhoallhyoldago for it regulates and controls every part of the l nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health sustain ing elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly shows itself in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome growth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities S S S being purely vegetable is tiff safest and best blood purifier for old people It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily ailments disappear S S S is just such a tonic as old people need to improve a weak digestion and tone the Stomach If there is any heredi tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life S S S will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system helpIand skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga I them by the roadside Without any preliminary words Mayfiald leveled his shotgun and fired at Skidmore who received the load In the right breast As the wounded man reeled from his saddle he turned his gun on Phillips who had also raised his gun to fire at him and shot him through hisgun on Johnston and both men fired simulta neously Mayfield was wounded In the shoulder and Johnson in the side Though desperately wounded the men fired again and again every shot take ing effect Friends who had feared trouble and who had followed Skid more and Johnson from Colllnsville arrived at this juncture and prevented the wounded men from finishing their fightThe wounded men and the body of Phillips were lakened into Collins ville Skidmores wounds were pro pounced fatal and little hope is given for the recovery ot the others The presence in Collinsvllle ot a large number of armed men friends of both sides has led the authorities to take precautions to prevent a possible clash between Ihem- Deserted r Four Wives Says the Owensboro Inquirer The Magan correspondent of the Inquirer furnishes an item which is entirely out of the common From tim to time the correspondent has noted the progress of a case of dropsy of which Mrs Milton Calloway was th victim Each mention of her cord tier showed that the grim monster was getting closer and closer to be and her death when it came was a surprise to her nerds and was wel comed by her as a relief not oral from her sufferings but from an un happy condition She had been de sorted by her husband and was de pendent on the kindness of friends in every way When she died she was buried in a cemetery of her own selection where three other wives of her husband are also buried Calloway had been mar tied four times and each time a sep aration ensued shortly before the death of the unfortunate woman The cemetery is known as the Hamilton grave thoside of a former husband Callowe was not at her funeral nor did he at tend the burial of any ot his other wives o SELECT KY April 2tl1r 0 S Albin dl the 19th and was buried the 20th a the Stewart family graveyard fodr prospecting for a location Mr L M James Halton Kan is visiting his father Mr S M James ot this place Mr J N Keown went to Butler county the 2oth on business Brother Willis of Grayspn county will preach at the church Saturday night and Sunday Born to the wife of Estill Arbuckle the rsth a boy Mr Jo Coleman Cromwell visltt his daughter Mrs Arbuckle of this place Sunday W S Q eI U3at ted ris1ovriIIRWITT TALIlXaK thfcoo lr Frank Ito Ultt TulmaKo anti nuwlnto illturotChrltlaD Ilerulil Only IIootrodontd Lj TulmuK famll Knortnon profit or agent who net quickly Outfit tou cenU Writ Irani h lilntely to CLAnIL A CO 333 H 4ih hi IlilluUnliililn Im ifentlonthlpapcr- SMALLHOOSE KY April 2tMr T K Barnard has sold his stock of merchandise to Mr H D Hunt of Beaver Dam and has moved to the residence of Mr Sam Morton While we regret very much to give him up as he has by his fair dealings to all gained many friends we gladly welcome Mr Hunt In our midst and wish for him great success Mrs Robert Hunter has returned home alter about dlx weeks visiting her daughter Mrs James S Trnunell UticaMr Cecil Drake wbo has been in our midst for several months in the store of Mr T R Barnard has returned to his home in the New Hope neighborhoodMr Drake was in Hartford Saturdayr Mrs Seth Hunter who has been confined to her room the past four weeks with rheumatism is better at this writing Miss Maggie Hunter and Master Lee Overhuls visited Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo last Wednesday Mrs George Reid Is visiting her Er r daughter Mrs Dr Miller Sulphur Springs Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill are visiting their sister Mrs Gloves Sacramento RevG W Shugart failed to fill his regular appointment at Equality Sun day on account of sickness the pul pit was occupied by Rev Lora rison Mr Owen Hunter spent Sunday at Central City Mr Ruins Ross spent last Saturday in Hartford Miss Faflnle Davit has returned from a visit to relatives at Nelson Station in Mublenberg county Mr Den Ross is confined to his room with erysipelas Mr Arthur Hunt our new mer cheat went to Louisville last week for a suppy ot new spring goods Mr W E Balls and wile visited friends at Point Pleasant Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice Fulkerson who is attending school at Central City will visit her home Saturday and Sunday ea A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my ton was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regu lar physician who stands high In his profession After administering three doses of it my son regained conclousness and recovered entirely- e within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Holler of Mt Crawford Va This Remedy is for tale by all drug mePardon Granted Havana April 22GOV Gen pardonoimprisonmentY pllcity in the Cuban postal reads Reeves was liberated at once Wood says be pardoned Reeves IGen he was a witness for the ITbe order pardoning him did not a surprise for it has been I generally understood ever ulna Eaten G Rathbone was first accused of con nection with the postal frauds that Reeves had been promised Immunityi by the military government This j had been denied as well as tbe fact usingYOne Out Of Nine Saved Owensboro Ky April 2oPatrick Burke his wife and six children wbo were moving from near Deanfield IntBurke his wife and children were passengeers on the boat end were all lost except a thlrtetnyearold daughter Gone to Rest IVivian Ernest Leach was born No 1884 departed this life February 25 1912 and his spirit took I its fi ht home to glory where his mother and two little slaters have been waiting his coming to glory for quite a number of years On the morning ol the 25th Vivian was satisfied that day would end his days here on earth friendsdcompared himself with a little flower out by itself but soon would be car largebunchof He then compared death aa a cloud passing near the sun just Him then all is bright J R Let it AloneScotts Emulsion is not a good medicine for fat folks We have never tried giving it to a real fat person We dont dare You see Scotts Emul sion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it Strong people dont need it But if you are thin Scotts Emulsion is the medicine for you It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The work is all natural and easy You just take the medicine and thats all there is to it The next thing you know you feel betteryou eat better and you weigh more It is a quiet worker Send for free sample 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AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from home people Bodies all made in our own factory bskilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value New Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Factor 20000 Finished Ve hicles per annum P Ar AMES AGO OVven boro sYe w r COLLINS SALOON aAaTPOBD eY andBrandiesOld International specialties A Bock Beer Bock BeeriB B COLLINS COr1 Whats The Matter With Grooms What fa wrong with the modern bridegroom was the question of a veteran when the telegraph news FridayFrom came the statementr that Harry S Richardson society man enc graduate ol Vele had faint ed in St Peters daring the service which was to haye united him to Miss Cornelia Helle Richardson was carried Into the vestry roomand recovered after which he faced the minister for a second time and managed to lest through the service The excuse was made that tbe round of pleasure preceding the ceremony receptionsdittnerj and theater parties had proven too munch for his tender nervesTrenton N J sends a tale of a pair wbp collapsed at the alter Charles Pink and Mary McIntyre were being married In the Sacred Heart Church James Barley was the I best man As the bridal party approacde the rail Fink fainted and fell Into the arms of Barley Barley also Sainted and the couple fell to the floor The young mjn were removed to their irspectlvehonJeo and the all ment oi each diagnosed as appendId ti- ndStBTORtAaaura tbaIbl Clad 1vr Bkaatn H1tIA G0 TO C S SALOONr FOR FINE WHISKIES fBEERHurdle Rye a Specialty 11 LEE CHINN II 11pTYOPDIiY J- Cumhorland J TolspBonmAND TelegraphCOMPANY INCORPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky IndlanaMlsslsslppl connected by Long Distant lire with all priaclp lpolntl In thlrtyfiveJStates and Terrlftrtefv baa an exchange InHartfora and surround lug country Tfcey wish to make their service as comprehenalve and valu rtble as possible make a specialty rIndistance of the exchange Rates and J other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug b store Hartford Ky C P NOWUH Manager kct a IJf i Surprises FOLLOWt T Surprises it 2fit rweafewT tpricethatti rSPECIAL NO I 4f Fortyfourinch all wool black and blue Skirt jing 60c Actual value Ooc Ladies wanting a Skirt or Coat Suit should avail themselves of this Special SPECIALNO2r- olltynvo pieces of fino sheer figured Lawns all now Spring shades Our special prico is lOc j Same quality as all other houses got 12ic for 4 Dont fail to see these They aro very desirable I SPECIAL NO3fFive pieties of eightcent quality White Goods 3 in stripo and small check tho very goods for children Our special prico is 5c per yard SPECIAL NO4 Hoset3 special price per pair lOc Dont pay lOc for a1 cheap common black hose like others sell See these and you will have no other SPECIAL NO 5 t randShoo at 50c more mono Our special price 5126 Besides these Specials each of our de partments is crowded with Bargains that are genuine Get our prices compare our qualities with what others ask and wetare sure to get your Spring business We want your Eggs Hams Feathers Wool Ginseng Etc Will pay the top market price THE BARGAIN CENTER Hartford Republican j J rFRIDAY APRIL 25 I LOUIIIvllleMrs turn Gullyof Narrows is very low of pneumonia Attorney C E Smith went to Cen tertown Monday on business Gross Williams handles all kinds of sewing machine repairs See blm Cashier J C Riley ot Pint NII tlonal flank went to Louisville Wed nesday Ames Buggies tbe bet on the market for sale by A C Taylor I Hartford Jv I Mrs John B Foster who has been visiting her husband la Louisville retnrned Wednesday J 1 Mr Jack Wright of Dundee is se rlously sick of stomach trouble and is not expected to live II you fall to look at our specials InI Clothing you will be out because you were noun CARSON lit Co We have rome specials in Clothing that we Vfould be glad to show you Can save you from II to 43 on every tSnit CARSON Co t sYea sir thats the placerthe Royal tailors of Chicago They are the boys for ray tnonejr Nobody dresses any f bettern I do when Im dressed Up and nobody gets their clothes any cheapern I do fW cor taw Racal Sprluj i mmrtrgaIm111Uo tams 11 KimMntS m s gpittmcuur MIKUctUo U4 L Ior R TguaratedCollins Tailors Agent k See samples at my cold stet Hfirtfordt t Cation Carson Bros for groceries I Call oa Carson Bros for teed potatoes Sheriff Keown had a business call I to Fordsville this week Cream Brick and Ltmberger Cheeie at City Restaurant Mr Geo M Maddox Rockport was in town Wednesday Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf Mr Kltt C Belandcalled on us Tuesday Gross Williams wilt tell you a sew- Ing machine from 5 up My I Ml What nice Fruits you get at the City Restaurant Nicest Candles Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant Use only Singer Machine OUt GROSS WILLIAMS Agt For tbe bet and cheapest Fertilizer call on F M We terCeld Hartford Bring vour Butter Eggs Feathers and Poultry of all kinds to Carson lit Cot Mr L L Arbucklet ol Narrows WII among our pleasant callers wed- nesday Kylsb relatives Can on Carson VBro at their new store and besnpplied with the best the market affords Hartford is the only town on the face of the earth where corn is selling at 500 a bushel Call on A C Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky for spoclal bargains in Buggies and Wagons Mr W L Hayes of Owensboro is visiting relatives in Hartford as Beaver Dam this week Mr S C Norris of Whalen Da vless connty visited his slsterMrs T J Smith this week Carson Bros have moved into thel new store second door from Bank o Hartford Call and see them Mr R E L Bimmerman who has been in Chicago for the last two weeks returned home Tuesday Mr George Maples near town i dangerously sick ol lung trouble His about letDty five years old Mr Thos E Webb living about four miles north of town Is ously sick abdominal trouble We now have on hand lots of red blue and fancy round Prints CARSON do Co Wagons BugglesPhaetons Surrles and ill other kinds of vehicles for sale by A Cv Taylor Hartford Ey l k tr Poorly u For two years I suffered ter gustdepressionpoorly I then tried Ayers Saris pirilU and In one week I was a new manJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsaparilla that make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Ayers Sarsaparilla ILHaMlb Mlntfitt Arafsarsaprtlaold ftmllr will JOJATRR CO towlll tillI Mrs j W Holland of the NoI Creek neighborhood is very low of consumption Mr JH Robinson qualified as constable for Rockport Magisterial Din trict here yesterday Alonzo Gaitber who killed John Galloway at McIIenry the 13th was released on 500 bond last Saturday City Restaurant is the most npto date place In Hartford Everything first class Call and see lor yourself Gross Williams is still agent for the worderful Singer Sewing Machine the bet on earth See or write to him Mr Ed Davidson Shreve ud son Mr Sam Davidson Davidson Station were looking after business affairs here Monday Attorneys MPorterBeaverDam and John T Rone Centertown were in attendance here at Quarterly Court Monday and Tuesday Mr Valentine Cool and Miss Anna M Cargal both of Render were married at the Hartford House Wednes a day by County Judge Miller R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Mill located south end Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf The season is here lor Straw lists Come and see our line and you will be sure to buy of us CARSON lit Co Mr George Thompson a former citizen of Horton but now ot Craw ley La la spending a few days with friends in Ohio county this week Mr French Vickers our popular tobaccolst hada young lady visitor arrive at his bouse Wednesday She will probably stay about twenty yearlcJ Dr Jesse Bean who has been visit lag his parents for the past weak will return to his work in the Hospital School of Medicine Louisville to dayMr W G HardwIck U acting Clr cult Clerk while Mr Anderson and his deputy Miss Morton are attend lag the Confederate Reunion at Dal lea TexasCMessrs Fon and Lon Rogers who have been acquainting themselves with tbe banking business with Mr I C Adair of ForJsvl11e returned home Tuesday Mr Howard Ellis who has been attending the Bowling GreenBnsiness Collegereturned home Wednesday ter finishing the Commercial course In that institution There has been no change in the- o time for holding county examinations for teachers The first examination will be held here on the third Friday and Saturday in MayIMr T J Smith and daughter Miss Mary Miss Sophia Warner Mrs D E Thomas and Miss Jrssle Glenn all this city attended tbe Music Festl val in Louisville this weekdMr Owen Leach and family who have been living at Okmulgee I T for the past six months returned to f Ohio county Monday where they will probably make their future home Thursday evening the little 18 monlbs old child of Mr and Mrs S E Bennett living north of Harford was severely burned Unclothes sought fire from a wash kettle It is expected to recover In a short time a building material plant will he opened In Hartford J R Pbipps Is at the head of the enter moredin the last year than it has ever done before Ina decade f Mr Hudson ot Bttord brought to this office last week a honeycombed stone which he says is a mad stone thfseveral more of the stones which he offers for sale On lest Saturday Pilscllla Davis little daughter ot Capt Davis whoa lives near Coffman wandered into thee woods in search of flowers and was lost She was found by a boat crew on Rough creek and returned to her arDrop into my vtolr next door to Bank ol Hartford for Hardware Stoves Stove Repairs Tinware Roof Ing Carpenters Tools Staple and Fancy Groceries c My motto shall be quick cash sales at small but fair profits both to myself and friends Given me a trial W S TINSLUV On last Friday James Riley Todd ot Shreve died of a complication of diseases incident to old age and wa buried Sunday at his old home bury ing place lie was seventyfour years old He was noted for his ec centricity In his death the county ooses one of its oldest and must re spected citizens Mr C R Martin who has bren in the watch repairing business here for some time left last Saturday lor Earllngton Ky where he will again enter agricultural pursuits His many devoted friends here feel keenly pained over Ills departure and predict for him the most unbounded success in hIs new field On last Saturday night tbe trustees of Hartford College met and elected the following teachers lot the coming year T J Motton President O M Shultz Vice President U C Barnett SubCollegiate Miss Florance Mor ton Intermediate The teacher for tbe primary department was not agreed upon but wilt be selectedt the next meeting Tbe spirit oi progress which has lately brought about so many im provements in Hartford Is still maul festing itself The streets are being leveled and graded with a road ma chine and the county is having pit lars placed under tbe gateposts of the fence which surrounds the court house yard May new enterprises continue to spring up here until the old tows shall have awakened from its long sleep Rev Addison Smith of Abingdon Va will deliver a lecture on Shake speare at the Methodist church to night Someone has well said that Shakespeare was the greatest man who ever touched this globe of sand and tears we cell the world No one should miss this opportunity of bear- Ing the great mans character treated by Dr Smith The receipts from the lecture are to be used for the benefit of the local Y DL C A Admission ISC 350 and 350 On last Sunday at it oclock a m very beautiful wedding occurred at West Point Baptist church The groom was Mr Elvis Render an en ergetic young farmer ot near Beaver Dam and the bride Miss Eda Carter ofMataczis one of Ohio countys most popular young teachers Rev Rufus Carter brother of the bride performed the ceremony Their many Irlendaunite in wishing that their path through life may always be lit with sweet summer sunshine About two weeks ago Miss Ollie Lee Baldwin of Hartford went to Taylor Mines ostensibly lor a two weeks visit to friends there Sunday morning tbe Miss Baldwin that was accompanied by Mr Harry Barnard oi Taylor Mines drove up to the real of her parents and introduced Mr Barnard to them ns her husband The young couple were quietly mar- rIed two weeks ago but the young ladys parents bed not heard the news The quiet wedding of the young folks was planned solely to surprise their friends The editor ot this paper met a ewI ago a commercial traveler roar- incinnati who lives in the neigh boyhood in that city nf our former townsman Mr C M Pendleton andI he Informed us that Mr Pendletons conduct in taking the life of MrsI Baker was absolutely necessary toI save his own He said that Mr PenI dleton did not return to his house aIter being assaulted on the street by Mrs Baker to get his pistol as reported by the Enquirer but to avoid the Bakers by passing through his yardand stetting to his office by anther street where the Bakers again attacked him with stones We were loth to believe Mr Pendleton guilty ofwoutonly taking human life and- wereglad to learn that his conduct was in a great measure justified G A R Notice At the regular meeting of Preston Post NO4 G A R Satur ay May 3 1902 Raga will be dis tributed for the decoration ot the graves of dead comrades to their am lies No yoth of May exercises will be held by this post this year The flags for decoration will be a Hartford for free distribution and th immediate families of deceased sol diers ere urged to call and get them All soldiers graves will be inspect ed alter May 30th by a committee o three and a report made to this post Dont fall to decorate on that day JAS ASIILEV Corn JINGO KY April 23The nicest and most quiet wedding that has taken place here for quite awhile wat that of Mr Jas Tally and Miss Martha Morris They were married at the home of lb brides father Mr J W Morris at 6 oclock Sunday evening Rev U J Bean officiating Mr Tally is one of Ohio countys best farmers while his bride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady Clyde the little son of A G Mur phy fs no better at this writing The Sunday School at Concord is progressing nicely Miss Ida Vance ol Narrows who has been visiting her aunt Mrs J W Morris has returned hbme Quite a number ot Jingo folks attended church at Dundee Sunday nightMiss Rena Vance of Fordsville has been visiting in thUicommunlty Mrs Eliza Coats Is on the sick list Miss Mary Morris who has been attending school at Hartford has re turned to her home at this place X I a JAKE ROWE 9On Trial for Alleged Malfeasance In Office Rowe on the Witness Stand JIdwinRowecult court this morning on a charge of malfeasance In office says Wednes days Owensboro Inquirer As soon as the Commonwealth and the defendant announced readyJudge Owen vacated the bench having heretofore expressed himself that he would rath er some one else would try the care and by agreement Judge Allen Dean took the bench At tbe suggestion o County Attorney LI Vega Clements wh6la strongly pushing the prosecu tion the court appointed Clarence M Finn Commonwealths Attortey pro tern to assist in prosecuting Rowe Rowe entered a plea of not guilty He is represented by a strong army of counsel His attorneys are Messrs C S Walker Joe Noe R A Miller and R W Slack After the prosecuting attorney had made his statement setting out in full all tbe facts which they expected to proVe WillUm Powell was the first witness placed on the stand He stated that he and Forrest Hiter had been jointly Indicted for suffering gaming and that by an agreement which he made with Rowe the charge was to be reduced to gaming and by paying him 50 he and Hiter were to- be fined 12S and costs each He says that hedld pay Rowe the Iso and took his receipt for same which con tailed these facts Mr Hater stated that be did not know anything about the agreement other than what Powell told him and what the receipt showed Mr Clements then read all of the orders made in the prosecution against Powell and liter for suffering gam- Ing The first one being that the commonwealths attorney filed a statement setting out that he could not secure a conviction and on his motion the case was filed away ArI ter this was done the grand jury be gan investigating Rowes conduct and at another date during that term and while Judge Atchison was prestlI lug as special judge Rowe asked the court to set aside the order dismiss log the cases against Powell and Hiter for suffering gaming and allow the charges to be reduced to gaming and a fine ot 125 be assessed against each one of them Rowe only made this motion but the court never allowed this to be done and the original order dismissing the case ttlll stands although Powell has Rowes receipt for ISo Graham Hughes who at that time was trustee of the jury fund stated that Jtowe had never paid him the Iso and that he was the only person who had any authority to collect a fine before capias Issues The prosecution then closed Its tea a timony and the defendants counsel moved tbe court to instruct the jury to find Rowe not guilty The court immediately overruled their motion and required the defendant to go on the stand Mr Rowe took the stand at 3 oclock this afternoon andat press hour is still testifying on blsI own behalf He undertook to explain all about the 50 transaction and said not until this morning did he know that the court had overruled his motion to set aside the order dismissing the indictments against Powell and Hiter and let a fine ol 25 and costs be assessed against each of them lor gamingsRowe admitted that he was now Indebted to Powell and Hiter in the sum of 50 which he was ready to pay atJany time The case Is attracting considerable J interest as is evidenced by the large crowd on hand The case will hardly be concluded before tomorrow afternoon Convention Pursuant to an order of the Republican Committee for the Second Ap pellate District of Kentucky a con vention if hereby called to meet at Leltchfield Ky on Wednesday June Republicantcandidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for said district The Republicans of the various counties ire seatsfon list 1902 at 3 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said convention The basis of repre sentitlon will be one delegate for each leo votes cast for McKinley and one for each fraction over fifty By order of the committeeN Chmn CorneBy T W SWBATT Sac Marriages Mr Elvis Render McHenty to Miss Edna Carter Matanzas Mr W R Edge Magan to Miss Mary Hendrix Magan Mr E P Mossley Weaterfield to Miss Zuta Coleman Whltesvllle Mr W H Daugherty Balzetown to Miss Otha Baize Balzetown Mr Talbert R Ferguson Arnold to Miss Amanda E Arnold Horse Branch Mr Valentine Cool Render to Miss Annie M Cargal Render JIr Arthur Johnson Fordsville to Miss Oda McIntosh Fordsville ITry Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablet the best physic fro talc by aiPiirugglsts SrofulaThis root of many evils Glandular tumors abscesses pimples and other cutaneous eruptions soro ears Inflamed eyelids rickets dyspep sia catarrh readiness to catch cold ard Inability to get rid of It easily pale n4ss nervousness and other aliments Including the consumptive tendency Can be completely and permanently removed no matter how young or old the sufferer Hoods Hariaparillk was given the duwhter hadbrokentoeland head Tho ant bottle helped her allfthat she has never shown any sign of the scrofula returning Hoods SarsmparHIa Promises to cure and keeps the promise Ask your druggist for It today and accept no substitute TURLEYS OPENING Big Annual Opening Friday and Saturday Brought a Large Crowd to Hartford T J Turley Co the farming implement and seed dealers bad their first annual opening here Friday and Saturday More than 2000 farmers many of them bringing their families with them were in town and Hartford enjoyed two of the moat successful business days in its history Turley Co had offered prizes amounting to g19o as follows A 175 Ideal buggy for the nearest guess to the number of people who would visit the house during the opening Mr Ben Chamberlln of No Creek won it A 50 Ideal mower for the second nearest guess which went to Mr Robert Daugherty a school boy of Balzetown A 15 corn drill for the best sample of stemming leaf tobacco and Mr Jno P Foster of No Creek had it A 10 Molln plow for the second best sample went to Mr Ab Jones ealt of Hartford A 15 set of Ideal harness for the best pair of mules went to Mr Jas Cecilnear the almshouse A ro set of strap breeching for the second best pair ot mules went to Mr W A Clark of Snnnydale A 15 gentlemans saddle for the best farmer in Ohio county was voted to Mr Jas Cecil A 15 side saddle for the most popular farmers daughter was won by Miss Mattie Pirtle ot near town The big opening was a success in every way and Tnrley Co sold about three thousand dollars worth of implements andseeds The farmers showed their appreciation of Turley enterprise and courtesy by the most liberal patronage ever given to Hertford implement house in a aim liar limit of time Turley Co ask us to extend their thanks to the people of Ohio county for their liberal attendance and gener I ous patronage 4 This paper might be filled like the following and everyI one be the absolute truth I had then I matism for years and tried almost everything but got no permanent 4 relict until I used Chamberlains PainI Dale three bottles of which cured me It is the best medicine I I ever used Philip E Rhoads Penniville Mo Pain Balm is for druggists mI NoticeOhio 4 Circuit Court K Smith Plfi 1 vs M Bishop Admr Deft j I All persona having claims against the estate oCW T Roark deceased are hereby notified to present properly proven to the undersigned Mat ter Commissioner on or before MayI 19 1902 or they will be forever barred This April n 1902 ROWAN HOLBROOK 3841 Master Commissioner 4 PostmasterPalmer of So Glen Falls N Y describes a condition which thous ands of men and women find identical with theirs Read what ho says and note the similarity of your own case Write to him enclosing stamped ad dressed cnvcl + L D Plmeropo for reply get a per sonal corroboration of what is here given He says regarding Dr Milos Heart CureR saffsredlapoafsing Ja the tali blast sad between my hMldrn from heart trouble Mr heart would t until I- eoofdnolongerileInbed NI htafter I the to tic down would hays metal sadden death cindltloa ie med almost elellwben takln Dr Miles Heart Care but it helpedmefrom the first Inter I took Dr Miles with the Heart Cure and the effect was salon I these remediestlmuartafarena f to give a trial Sold by all Druggist guaranteerDr Mile Medical Co Eilchart Ind j Attractive Specialties IN New Spring Goods A- 1rsheECONOMY Dry Goods X 0 Store J Dress Goods Wo receivct now things in this department every week This is the plnco to find anything you want from a neat cads thinpfQrcst designs Clothingil t Also a fino lino of Clothing jU received NewHatsrnow Shirts now Neckwear now Hosiery in fact everythingjto bo found in a firstrdass Gents Furnishings department r Tho latest styles at economy pricesI iKf Fine Shoes Our Shoo department was never more complete We cap give you any size style or price For early spring Dreaayf wear ask to seo our Ladies 275 Patent Vici This is a beauty Also a fino line of Mens Patent Vici and MissST and Childrens Shoes I s Jt O OYES 9 Etc newestthingfliPins reliable Jewelry etc Wo sell the W BCoreet and it is tho best fitting Corset made Millinery J A f Our Millinery department is strictly uptodate AUtha rybodywill find just what you look best in at prices to suit everybody i Mrs Sara Collins SmithJ R T Collins Old Sta- ndrPriiii1PoEii t ft We are prepared to make it interesting s for anyone who wants to buy a Buggy t IWe have just received a lot ot the Famous Stayer Buggies and are prepared to soil you a Bug tgy at less price quality considered than any oth or Buggy dealer in this county SVo carry thorn at no additional expense at all to our business ndIthe margin wo ask on them is very meager Come Sand look at what wo have and if you dont say we the prettiest lino you over saw its no trade r Y tBuildings andBuildingMate1 rialSawmillorSale Ii Having bought theentiropjtnndswckoftho Monroe Lumber Company yffiaro in a position to 3Boll you anything you wantiin the building lino at tat a reduction in price Wo have tibfg stock of rough and finished lumber of all kinds and it 3 means a loss to you if you buy anything in this lino without first getting our prices I lVo also havo four elegant houses and lots for tsale on easy safo terms and two rico vacant lots Jx on similar terms Will also sell the entire Planling and Sawmill plant consisting of 120hoTse power engine and boiler 1 uptodato saw rig with tedgoand cutoff saws 3 ripsaws 1 lathe saw 1 planer 1 jointer 1 bandsaw 1 turning lathe 1 at boring machine Iiflds entire lbtof machinery is of the highest made and has been used only one season 1 t- S consequently it is as good as now and can be bought at a1ig reduction from the original pDice tE P Barnes Bco1BE- AVER F 1i tDAM KY 11 I aaaaaaae p k i j Il SrI III I 1APromotes DigeslionCheerTiir ncss milln5tConlalns nelllicp nor1iitc- m1OrtRCOTIC i vuimi A u 1imiL i 1 iar OIlrSJJllE1tmllER t =JJSJII- A1ri J w jiIJt F4w- Ap SoutStomathDiarrhoca- WormsConvulsionsFeverjsh edl1Cm I I nesSmiJLOSSOYSLEEP1cstre i L2JKEW YORK It LcLXACTCQPYOrWRAPPRrJ 1 1 cc w = Ionc AU AND IN THE I iJ Hk per per per per 04 I NO A zooooo- CiiA YEAITS TO TWO GOOD PAPERS l 1A GUESS IN THE CONTEST A Diantlliil PICTURE Worth St ALL OF ONE TilE THE NAIHVILLC tho or to wlh I lirra from whom ww rrcclr the correct or neareit correct cum or Utue onlIie num CASTORIA For Infants and ChiIdlonI The Kind You I Always Bought Bears the- Signature I I IA of Lhi1J User g For Thirty Years i CATORIATNcN7ucepIy FIELD ft SON 1iRANSFoRLINEDlCAVEn 1T3TW- t DBL5LT AFAST EASY RIDE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Our Clubbing List MelMHe MBMMHBHBHMHM Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal pcryr 150 Republicanand GlobeDemocrat year lGO Republican and Louisville Commercial year 125- RepdblicaaanLTo1Odo Blade year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean year 133 Republican and 1wiccaWeek New York World 150 BLANKSEVERYBODY GETS PRIZE PRIZES FREE I SUBSCRIPTION FORTH UkHhllL- rtPRICE PAPER REMARKABLE OFFER WEEKLY TEN- UPni1ourapeTJOlfltI7mft1CO AMERICAN followlnsofffn lx r of koEiheadi of tobacco fob rocelied HXI4 INCHES lununTinL- ciarklTilleT fm oJI90I to oPICTURta ll Cuti pthu wilt b4clven divided n foltowi I JIf Received In December or March2OOOOO f If In April May or JuneIit RocflYelS In July August or September 80000 a G THEN AN EXTRA 50000 IS SET ASIDE making S2JO In I1 which wII to detlded equally mong all who guei oven withIn one hundred or the orrcl gumber provided thoT gI any other csh prize One hundred 0 cither way allowa you 201 chances l IINTHIS CONTEST tHERE ARE HO BUNKS AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT I It ti distinctly nndewtood nnd agreed that the Wkly American I tolely If lIaMe or the ament otIt the herein In prize alld tt our 0- loelonywayhld recponstbte foructorRny JrtorlheoBme In adtitIon tothecash IrlIieti uWcrber to the two who will ahI one 2o stamp to pay postage wIt ooo thslrcholce pftho following beautiful pictures 3= pJOER PIOTURE BY NUMBER ONLY OtI NO TITLf NO TITLE NO TITUB NO TITLE n 201rPrtndmaa Tea 204ltutVln Time t 207 Within Reich 210Old lUrpiit nc 202A 20SRelleclion 208Our Ne w Diby 211Btecanta tI 20 RoseCiil 7 201Bubbles 209OurPet 212DcIorea OC H Contest cloioi on October 1 1902 ftt midnight 0ITte official itatemenl of lha CttrkMlllo Totncco Doanl of Trade to bo the I1gurtlupon O whlcWh conttit M 10 be decided Clark rlllo Is second In alto dark butes To make a close wo la CUuksTllle for t I luywrISo o i tINI KoTlIPlt to No I t ztJ NorlfitoKoriwsoea miS From Indications about the average crop wilt be marketed this year L RvlEs AND REGULATIONS A yesra to ndvanco at price uaxncd boo I ltio both nmit accompany your guess Under Boclrcuini nco no no renaon I wUl glle1io cliengedofler 1trcwt4ci us Ono 20 tsmpTnut boacnUo pay the postago on 11 I ou rnusfstleft your picture and giro tho number of It I1 ti Your order mutt be sent Io Ihe piper In which you see thts advertisement g C thlabluhlcoutand usu It und you neod notvvrlto lottur tsiiiutas I send sat crl tl n to both nnd enclose S below 1gnegtIenurntrofhogitieoIt ottoloRCCO 1- 53rctvd DIITJIn QrkscllleTcnnfmm 1 1UYt to bet plctur toat1tvrontoneendthogut13crcditdt0Y0US C ADS It SepdWKLY4M Mrr I 1 I It 1151111tisdYour 1 rtrtrt r 0I IOH5 g Seed Picture NOT lo1H 3 3 2- Ii IOnH51111 It 4rg rtheAbove Cutu Mr 111- I 3 ft p051le lI T PRICE OF THE WEEKLY AMERICAN ONE YEAR WITH ALL PRIVILEGES OF THIS CONTEST AND BICYCLES BELOW COST 5000hIgh HavcN Over grad euntoorl 1BO2 ot otis of the Ijesl known of thu country secured rusatosekaircost four Moaal 1900 and 1901 Models HIgh Grads MODELS StoS5I With largo C cngmmngt full detailed spoclflcattons sent J to any anllI IWe SIIIP ON APPROVAL to anyone In U or Canada without a cent advance anti allow lutotyInotaken In trade by our Chlcaro Aalstl ores standtrd mak manY OTXd as iVA ITires D 11Mr n1rIuptdorOW1SflIftlt mric u ur fiisrr cauur A orw thlt ret in You tako S3 to 581 kth4l etH msUoL Writ 10 each town to rlda RWER ilETS WANTED exhibit aRam pla JW model bacel la ronr spare tlmo yon can nnkoTO to SO a week tweldea liatlnc a wheel tu rldo fur yourscl WE WAItT L rellabl Inooa tu aca town 10010 II r u for a bIrytL Writ today for re t and our jKClal oIIt- iI r- oichangs JILl MEAD CYCLE GO Ohicaeo III Ii i r I i A IT Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 25 Illinois Contral Railroad Tlmo TabloCXew time card taking effect Susdny Dec 2- 900at noon North Hound Nnnlh ItotindioU2 due BS7 n m No 11 Nol02dne247p si No 101 doe 247 p m o122 doe 1230 rni No 131 due8Wp m Ioenl Fclgtttieo19ldo7Wam B n VAiiiiKTiK Agent to IIRE TOR siei o Use 4gjbYlflIjm TilE ADDRESS ly Greatest Speech of the Day by Roosevelt at Charleston ExpositionC It Is to me a pcnltar privilege to speak here in your beautiful city My mothers people were from Geor Ia but before they came to Georgia to before the Revolution In the days ol Colonial rule they dwelt for nearly a century in South Carolina and therefore I can claim your state as mine It by inheritance no less than by the stronger and noble right which makes in each foot of American soil in a sense the property of all Americans to Charleston is not only a typicaln Southern city it is also a city whose history seems with events which link themseve to American history as a whole In the eatly Colonial daysa Charleston was the outpost ouro people against the Spaniards in they South In the days ol the Revolution there occurred here some of the events which vitally affected the outcome oft the struggle for Independence It was here that the tremendous terri ble drama of the Civil War opened All of us North and South can glory alike in the valor ol the men who wore the blue and of the men who wore the gray Those were iron and only iron men could fight to its terrible finish the giant struggle v between the hosts of Grant and Lee To us of the present day and to our children and childrens chil dren the valiant deeds the high en deavor and abnegation oi self shown in that struggle by those who took part therein will remain for evermore to mark the level to which we in our turn must rise whenever the hour ol the nations need may come When four years ago this nation was compelled to face a foreign foe the completeness of the reunion became Instantly and strikingly evident The war was not one which called for the exercise of more than an in significant fraction of our strength and the strain put upon us slight Indeed compared with the results But it was a satisfactory thing to see the way in which the sons of the soldier ot the Union and the soldier of the Conlederacy leaped eagerly forward emulous to show in brotherly rivalry the qualities which had won rerown for their fathers the men of the great war It was my good fortune to serve under an exConfederate general gallant old Joe Wheeler who com dmandedtiago A few months ago it became necessary to nominate a vicegovernor ol the Philippinesone of the most Im portant places In our governmental this time I nominated as vicegov ernor an exConfederate General Luke Wright of Tennessee It is therefore an exConfederate who now stands as the exponent of this govern ment and this people is that great- sgroup of islands in the eastern seas over which the American flag floats General Wright has taken a leading part in the work of steadily bringing order and peace out of the bloody chaos in which we found the Islands If ever the need comes in the future the past haa made abundantly evident the fact that from this time on Northerner and Southerner will in war know only the generous desire to strive how each can do the more el fective service for the flag of our com mon country The same thing is true in the endless work ot peace thei neverending work ol building and keeping the marvelous fabric ot our industrial prosperity The upbllding of any part ot our country is a benefit to the whole and every such tffortI as this to stimulate the resources and industry of a particular section is entitled to the heartiest support from every quarter of the Union Thor oughly good national work can be done only if each ol us works hard for himself and at the same time keeps constantly inailnd that he must work in conjunction with others You have made a particular effort in your exposition to get into touch with the West Indies This is wise The events of the last four years have shown us that the West Indies and the Isthmus must in the future occupy a far larger place in our national polity than in the past This I proved by the negotiations for the purchase of the Daulsh Islands the acqusltion of Potto Rico the prepara tion lor building an isthmian canal and finally by the changed relations which these years have produced be tween us an Cuba As n nation we have on especial rlcht to take honest pride in what we have done for Cuba Our critics abroad and at home have insisted that we never intended to leave the island But on the lotkuf next month Cuba becomes a free republic and we turn over to the Islanders the control ot rlll J I A WORTHY STJQOS3SOH Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure abitrrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them powerful eaten away the same memo branes that their makers have aimed cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has tor many years made a close study speciality of the treatment ot atarrb has atllast perfected a treat ent which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent cures Catath by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh ure andis sold at the extremely low price ot One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment and everything necessary its perfect use Souffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only sale and positive cure or that annoying and disgusting disease cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads Consumption Snuffles wil ave yon if you UM it at once It is- o ordinary remedy but a compete treatment which is postively guarans teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the direc which accompany each pack ge Dont delay but send for it at nce and write lull particulars as to our condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding our casa without cost to you beyond he regular price of Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cnre Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Ed- wIn B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia their own government It would beery difficult to find a parallel in the conduct of any other great state that has occupied such a position as ours We have kept our won and done our duty just as an honest individual in private life keeps his word and does his duty Be it remembered moreover that after our three years occupation ot the island we turn it over to the Cubans in n better condition than it ever has been in all the centuries of Span- Ish rule This has a direct bearing upon our own welfare Cuba it io near to us that we can never be indif ferent to misgovernment and disaster within its limits The mere fact that our administration in the island has minimized the danger from the dread ful scourge of yellow ever alike to Cuba and to ourrelves is sufficient to emphasize the community of interest between us But there are other interests which bind us together We have rightful ly insisted upon Cuba adopting toward us an attitudediffcrini political ly torn that she adopts toward any other power and in return as a matter j of right we must give to Cuba a- differentthat is a better position economically in her relations with us than we give to other powers Tills is the course dictated by sound policy by a wise and farsighted view ol our own interest and by the position we have taken during the past four I years We are a wealthy and power ful country dealing with a much weaker one and the contrast in wealth and strength makes it all the more our duty to deal with her in a pnit of large generosity The exposition is rendered possible because of the period of industrial prosperity through which we are passing While material wellbeingL is never all sufficient to nation yet it Is the merest truism to say that its absence means ruin We need to build a higher life upon it u a foundation but we can build little indeed unless this foundation of pros parity is deep and brcad The well being which weare now enjoying can be secured only through general bus- Iness prosperity and such prosperity is conditioned upon the energy and hard work the sanity and the mutual respect of all classes of capitalists large and small of wage workers of every degree e Every industrial exposition of this type necessarily calls up the thought of the complex social and economic questions which are involved in our present industrial system Our as tounding material prosperity the sweep and rush rather than the mere march ot our progressive material de velopment have brought grave troubles in their train We can not allot to blink these trouble any more than because of them we can afford to accept as true the gloomy forebodings of the prophets of evil There are great problems before us They are not Inrolnble but they cans be solved only If we approach then in a spirit ol resolute lenrleionesa ol common senie and 01 lionett inten tions to do lair undtqnn justice to all men alike We are certain to fall if we adopt the policy ol the demagog who laves against the wealth whldi Is simply the form of embodied thrift foresight and intelligence who would shut this door of opportunity against those whose energy we shouldespec ially totter by penalizing ihe quali ties which tell for success This Is an era ol great combinations both of labor and ol capital In many ways these combinations have worked V 2 1orfor UQOdI but they tihist work under lie law nnd the laws concerning tUm must be Just and wise or they will inevitable do evil and this ape plies as much to the richest corpoa Ion ns to the most powerful labor union Our laws must be wise sane healths conceived in the spirit ol those who scorn the mere agitator the mere Inciter ol class or sectional hatredwho wish justice lor allmen who recognize the need of adhering solar as possible to the old American doctrine of giving the widest possible scope for the free exercise of individ ual initiative and yet who recognize also that after combinations reached a certain stage it is haveI sable to thin general welfare nation should exercise over them j cautiously and with selfrestraint butIfirmly the power of supervision regulation j Above all the administration of the government the enforcement ot the laws must be fair and honest The laws are not to be administered either in tha Interest of the poor man or the interest of the rich man They are simply to be administered justly in the interest of justice to each man be he rich or be he poor giving im munity to no violator whatever form the violation may assume Such is the obligation which every public servant takes and to it he must be true under penalty of forfeiting the respect both of himself and of his fellows u A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds In Children- I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suITor ing from coughs or cods says Chas M Cramer Esq a well known watchmaker 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 colds It is es pecially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them ot borseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as el1I pleased as myself over the results For sale by all druggists m Strong evidence sustained the pop ular verdict that Elys Cream Balm is worth its weight in gold Trial size io cents Full size 50 cents Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Broth ers 56 Warren 5t New York Proberta Cal Messers Ely BrosI hive been afflicted with catarrh for twentyyears It made me so weak I thought I had consumption I got one bottle ofI Elys Cream Balm and in three das the discharge stopped It is the butImedicine I have used for catarrh Very truly Frank E Ktndlesplre Nasal CATARRH In all lu liases litre Ihnulil itS cleanUne 4 Elys Cream Balm- ctoszseoothoandheU tie dsea ed mcuitinne It cures catarrh sad drives sway a cold In the bead oaick Crenm Balm U placed Into the nortrlli spreads over the membrane and li absorbed Relief Is Im mediate sail a cure follows It li cot drylnj does not produce sncezlnj Large Size 60 cent at Urus vists or by mall Trial SLoe 10 cents by mall ELY DIIOTIIEItS M Warrco Street NeW York FLOATING ISLANDS On island Covering Iwo Aerti Seen In the Golf Stream Of all passengers carried by ocean currents floating Islands arc the most Interesting Many of them have been found voyaging on the Atlantic These Islands wcro originally parts of low lying river banks which broke away under stress of storm or flood and floated out to sea Tho Orinoco the Amazon the La Plata and other trop lent rivers often send forth such pieces of their shores Somo of the bite of land aro of large size and carry mil trials Insects and vegetation oven at times Including trees the roots of which servo to bold the land Intact while their brandies and leaves servo as sails for the wind Generally the waves break up these Islands shortly after they put to sea but sometimes under favorable conditions they travel long distances Tlio longest voyage of a floating Island according to government records took place In 1803 This Island was first seen ort Florida and apparently It had an area of two acres It boro no trees but It was thickly covered with bushes and In ouo place It wasthlrty feet high above the sea level It was In the gulf stream traveling slowly and with occasional undulations to show where the ground swell was working beneath It Probably It got away from Its river anchorage In the spring of the year for toward tim tat tcr part of July it had reached the lat itudo of Wilmington Del No largo animal Ilfo had been seen on It though there must havo been myriads of the small creeping things which abound In tlio tropics Dy the end of August It hud passed Capo Cod and was veering toward the Grand banks It followed the steamer lane routes quito accurately and several vessels reported It One month later It was In mltloccan northwest of the Azores and Its voyage evidently was beginning to tell on It It was much smaller and less compact It waavnot seen again and probably It met destruction In the October gales lint It bad traveled at IcastlOOQ miles and If as was thought It cqtho from tb Orinoco It must havo covered twice tbit distance Is quIte possible that floating Is lit larger than this one under more circumstances might during iige have made the complete jour niy from America to Europe or Africa anti so brought about a distribution of animal specIes Of course It Is not ob I saliitcly certain tljat this Island went to pieces In October It might though this U not probable have floated down tutu the region of calms and seaweedI where It would bo longer preserved Tlieoiloro Waters In Alnslcog h n tZ MOTHERHOOD I Tho greatest ambition ofAmer- Ican men anti women h to have homes blessed with children Time woman afflicted with female ills ease Is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine can restore dead or gins but Wlno of Cnnlul does regulate derangements that pro vent ceiceptlou docs prurcnt mIcarrlatm tInes restore weak I functions and shattered nerves awl does bring babies to homes barren anti desolito for years Wine of Cardui gives women tho health and strength to bear heA- lthy children You can pet a dollar bottlo of Wino of Cardui from your dealer WINEorCARDUI US Uarlot fctmt H ikltT April 14 1901 ofWtieTsdfrdRIIaikDrugh I he4 belts ru hail ncrg- 45abtrustscbtId until I took Win liebIorlTe kabr wIgha fourteen sad I feelNowbe without wine ol Cardal In nr hoa again MM J W C SMITH EtYtfltIyuiptoni crJ1 ompoy More Truth Than Poetry- A Kansas paper whose editor Is doubtless and old bachelor or else a fellow whose wife henpccks him get off the following which at least hu the merit ot truthfulness In men tioning the marriage of a local couple he says The young people took the morn- Ing train for St Louis where they will spend more money in three days than Willie can earn in three months The groom gets a salary of 27 a month which is about the allowance Anna has been used to lor pin money We wish for Willies sake that the old saying that it takes no more to support two than one wasnt a lie e ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY CI ScopoiirtD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patroniz home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking dIstance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or 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