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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I TiiR4 hARTFORD REPII3LICAN1 I r 1 p4 1 j 1 Fine Job Work a Specialty I OFFICIAL ORBAN OF TEE PART IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DI5IBICI Subscription 1 ayer YOLXIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 Noi4L 4 1 tj i SYNOPSIS JOfSchool Laws Passed by p I the General Assemblywlth L Explanations of the Same i and Suggestions as to Their IEnforcement last week plan outlined k vfoY bulidjngisajjool houses under the 4ilovIlonl of eetlon7 8pflther meth d IdectIo 8 Tb ioldlaw limited the purposeitor whic t a tax could be voted in the district I to the extension ol the lerm and the better payment ol the teacher The new law reenacta the law aa to voting otaxforthe purpose but provides I that the district may also vote a tax for the purpose ol building a house A bare mjorlty of those voting will autborite the levying of the tax for f J three year provided the notices ad i vertisiug the election atate that the tax la to run for thrre YUII and when the tax carries by a twothirds vote thereby complying with the pro vision of section 157 ol the Constitu I tlon the trustees may borrow money and erect the house without any delay The amount borrowed couldI not of course exceed an amount that could be raised by the three years tax The vote mustbe taken at the regular election for school trustees In October This section provides not only that a tax may be voted to erett a school house but also that it may b voted to liquidate any debt that nayt exist against a district created electing a house The reason for thisiprovision is that mapy districts erected houses and incurred justt debts and payment on them has suspended by suits brought since the rendering of the opinion by the Court of Appeals referred to above Under SIthe old law there was no legal way to pay these debts and as a result many districts would have eventually lost a i S their property It nU be lIecn tbatthe I to ntn J1us wIthoit I Awaiting two or tlnee years for thelcollection and accumulation of sufficient to build is to secure a two election held undert third YPMrat an this secOtinX Of course if any dtstrlctd V ahpuldtflve h sufficient taxable property In it tn enable it to j build with one years taxes no vote would be necessary its the trustees t f could levy the tax under a condemns llonjrorathe county superintendent Either plan suggested is difficult but- as long aa section 157 ofUie Constltn tins remains the legislature can not gle any relief bejond what It haslgiven lu this law Section 9 provides that the twentye weeks school term shall not nineteen because the institution hape penl to be held during the term school in other words that when a teacher dismisses a week to attend the Institute he must make up the time the pupils must have their lull twen ty weeks term The old law allowed the twentyweeks term already too short to be abridged by the teachers attendance on the institute This re suited in an urjust discrimination bettween the teacher who attended Institute before his school opened and the one who dismissed to attend it tbe former worked twentyone weeks and the latter twenty weeks for the p same salary when the schools were ol I equal size TIe only possible argument thattould have been advanced in favor of the pld law was that thefpupllsproQted by their teachers at I tendance on the institute and that Of womanlY health would be esteemed ai priceless by thousands of suffering women month sees them moan ti Ing in a darkened room At the Jest tr they endure every dayoAt the worst the pain becomes torment The secret of health Is I- njee the womanly organism Ina per Jtealtby state This colt be done I the use ot Dr Pierces Idvorlte Pre- acrhltlon It regulates the dries debilitating inflammation arid ulceration and cures female weak ness It weak women strong and alck worsen well Women from chronic forms are Invited to consult Dr correspondfwomanly confidences are guarded by tijct rlvacy Dr R V PIerce Buffalo N Y Accept no substitute for Dr Pierce Prescription There b noth 4lug lseijtiat an for womanly al1uints rod PJe prft n ten ytu with frnIitsbtw bad form writeS Mrs D Od of TrchcnM HMMiiM C- onqbaurdDr 11 JIY Pre criAtloa ndOoIdcn Medksl ZLICOYITIwlth- gocO reautta I aID able to do nil mr now I dp not know how to thank you enough F forthekiha sdvictyo ha acM toe by letter reinedki did for me more thaa att other doctorathIIdueSafld bayc Ulell Jyta of ttv them 1 lprfftTck ttca at Pellets cure bill i t pusnea 1 L2 would have been correct buttheareu ment would apply with equal pro prlerty tocases where the teacher at tended the institute before his school opened his pupils would derive as much benefit fiora the Institute as the the pupils of the other teachers To have treated all alike under the old law attendance on the institute should have been counted as a weeks teach ing without regard to whether he institute came before or after theopen lug of the term which would hsve re duced the achoot term to nineteen weeksThe Senate undertook to strike out the ib ve section q g tine los- tfted1ntuttffte to bVtaaaVtipiand tbeznembertthouht they were strik ing It out but the enrolled bill shows that they passed this section and that the section which followed it requir ing county superintendents to notify teachers by mall of date institute was struck put instead The Senates mis take must have resulted from the fact that a section in the original bill coming before either of these hac been struck out by the House causIng a change in the numbering of the fol- lowIng sections the Senate member making the the motion to strike ont must have bad before him a printed copy of the original bill in which this section was number 105 the Sen ate clerk having belore him the bill as it passed the House with this sec lion number 9 under the new num bering must have simply followed the instructions of the Senate and marked number 10 struck out All this Is a surmise but it could hardly have happened in any other No matter what the Senate in- ended to do what it really didwas o strike out section 10 ol the bill as t passed the House leaving section intact and It is as much a part of he law as any other section of the bill Senate bill 145 known as the Byron bill became a law It authorizes the citizens ol a county to petition the county judge and secure A vote on proposition Ipr a county school tax for the sole purpose of extending the terms of the schools It provides that n1 petition jdgqed by a number of legal voters who are taxpayers equal to twentyfive1 per cent ol the number of votes cut at the last gen tal election the county judge shall lrtc the sheriff to have an election held at the pext regular November election on the question of the collec i ion of a couilty school tax in any sum named Itilhe petition not ex ceeding 25 cents on the 10000 worth of taxable property Cities of the first second third and fourth clsssea and all schools Incorporated under he general graded common school- saw are exempt from its provisions s they are levying a local tax for the- xtension 01 the term Only voters outside of such cities and grad d schools are eligible toslgn the pe tition or to vote at the election and of course only pioperty outside of such cities and graded schools would be taxable II the proposition carries The law provides that the sheriff shall properly advertise the election and that the county clerk in prepar InK the tegular official ballots for the tlon shall have printed on them he question Are you in favor of the county school tax ando the right of the question the word yes with a circle beneath It in which the voter may stamp and the word no with a like circle beneath It The regular officers are made the officers of Jhe election on tlje tax proposition they are required to make a cecil showing the number of voteS cast for and the number ol votes cast against the tax at the same time they make the returns of the regular elect tion The county board of election commissioners tabulate the vote in the entire county fiom the various certificates and make a certificate showing the total number 61 votes cast in favor ol the tax and the total number past against intbe countyI this certificate to be entered orecord- In the office of the county court clerk II this certificate shows that the tax proposition carried the county judge orders the sbeilfi to collect the tax The sheriff collects the tax at the same time and in the same manner that he collects State and county toy enue The sheriff pays the money In tothe hands of the county superin tendent when it is collected the an perlnteddent giving bond for it The county superintendent uses this fund inextending the terms otaLthe sChollln the county except such as are exempt from the provisions of the law extending all schools lot the Vattie length of time and payingeach teacher the same salary per month forth extended time that be was reo celvlng from the State land for the regular five months term The conn ty clerk is required to furnish the su perlntendent with an estimate otbe probable net amount of taxes that I may be Collected for they on this theuotl terideat makes hneitiiatc ofthe number of weeks or months the schitylij nJsybe extended IP bo overestimates and the luudlallshort the balance due each teacher Is an obligatioh against the fund the IoitowIngyear and any balance left J p over in his hands must be accounted for in his settlement with the county judge and must be turned Into the fund of the following year As the first vote that can be held under the law will be in November 1902 too late for the sheriff to collect taxes for the present year the law provides that the first tax collected under It shall be for the calendar year ol 1903 That Is if any county votes the tax In November 1902 it will authorize the collection of the first tax in they calendar year of 1903 The voting ol the tax authorizes its collection for three years at the expiration of which time another vote could b- etkeai 1 V v There Are some counties in the State In which a 5 cents tax would extend theschool term one month in other it would take a 10 cents tar to make an extension ol one month while in some it would probably take the limit 15 cents to secure an odd tlonal month By reference to the assessors books In the county clerks office and to the report ol the rallrcad commissioners also to be found there and the report of the State Board of Assessment and Valuation the mount of taxable pioperty can be as certalned And an estimate readily made as to the amount of tax neces sary to extend the term for One month or for any desired terlod This department regards this lavy as one of the mot important school measures ever enacted by a Kentucky I Legislature It is fraught with great possibilities for good to the common schools If the rural schools are to have longer terms it must be through county taxation It would cot be equitable to increase the direct State tax for school purposes This tax is now 22 cents on the ftoooo a very high rate and over half of the coun ties In the State are receiving much more from the State as school und than they are paying in on this 22 cents in other words the wealthier counties are now bearingNqnitea lot of the bnrdJn for the poorer counties The wealthier counties are not com plaining of the matter as it now tands buf they would doubtless make serious objection to a still fur ther addition to the burden they are carrying This condition of affairs and the general opposition to in creasing State taxes by the legisla ture make it practically certain thfct the 22 cents will never be raised butt is believed thaj many counties will vote a tax under this law and this department desires to urge the school people of the various counties to be gin at once agitation of the question Let it be a feature f the institute and the various teachers associations This office will a little later make ome suggestions as to the form of the petition and probably as to some other matters in connection with the lawiHouse bill 55 the Denton bill gives graded schools existing under special charter granted under the old Constitution the right to submit a proposition for a bond issue to build school buildings to the people ol the district at a special election called for that purpose It extcnds the privi leges of the general graded schcol law so fat as the matter of issuing bonds is concerned l these special charter choolslt provides that a two thirds vote of those voting shall be necessary to authorize thebood Is sue An emergency clause Vai at tachOdatdthelaw is now In effect Senate bill 65 the Ferguson bill places a penalty of from 2500 to 5000 on the county superintendent for failure to have posted in the school houkes of lila county the circu lars of ibformatlon as to the manner of making appointments to State Col lOge ThVclrcutars referred to in the law are the ones sent out by the Pies ident of the college and the law pro vldes that they shall be be posted be fore be 1 5th of May each year It further provides that the action against the Superintendent for such failure is tp be maintained by the trustees of the district in which dy culars were not posted and that the action mat be brpngbt either in the county court or in the court of the justice of the peace having jurisdic tion Alike penalty is Imposed on the Superintendent for failure to ap point a date for the competitive exam Inatlon applicants for appointment to becolegeTfie part of the old jaw section 16 of law governing State College requiring the president of the college to sefid out these circulars on or before the first day of July of each year was not changed and so the question arlsev aa to whether su p rlntendents are to have potted be fore May IS 1902 to Illustrate the circulars isued by the president of the 1901 or tbe ones tQ be colleglln in i9oV1The law 111 not but it is the opin ion of this department that the circu lars thatthe law require posted before Maj SJiiD2aretbo e issued by the president in 1901 Any other construction would place superintend cuts In an awkward position in wo ways firstln that iemlghtsnot re ceive the circulars froth the president this year In time to poatthemby May 15 and second because as a majority l of the schools are not in session now he would have great difficulty in get ting them d 01 bourse the clrcu larll receiveafTn 1901 could have been and it js to be hoped were postwlby the BUperintendentGLjin theIr annual visits during the slssion of the schools If any superintendent failed to attend to this important matter during the cession of the schools for this school year it would be well for him to com ply with the law before MayS this year as the bill bad an emergency clause and is now in effect Senate bill 4 2 the Dye bill makes teachers of schools and colleges that are preparing persons for examina tion for certificate ineligible to hold the position of examiner on the county board The amendment to the old law as to appointment of examiners reads as follows No person shall be eligible is examiner on raid count ty board who is at the time or for six months previous thereto has been conducting or teaching in any school college or university where teachers or those preparing to teach are wak- Ing preparation to be examined for certificate to teach in the common schools of the State This can rot efltct the legality of the appointment of examiners made prior to the time the law became effective It became a law March 28 1902 ten days niter the adjournment the General As sembly without the blguature of the Goveno The bill carried an emer gency clause Senate bill 43 the Dyer bill gives the county judge power to appoint a board ol trustees for a graded common school organized under section 100 and following ol school law in cases where the voters voting for the tax failed to also vote for six trutets as provided In law These appointments by the county judge are to be valid only till the next regular graded school election for trustees when the district Is authorized to elect six trust ees It seems that in some places in the State the people have voted tbeItax feature of a graded common and by some oversight failed to also elect trustees at thee election dt which the tax was voted and consequently cannot Jevy any tax or in any wvy put the machinery ol the school in motion This low will enable such schoolsto at once begin operation as it is now in fleet 4 The foregoing synopsis covers all the lairs passed affecting the schools generaly There were some bills passed affecting the Louisville schools and one affecting the Cadiz High Scbool but it Is cot thought necessa ry to give any synopsis of them in this circular- It is hoped that the sysopsls and explanations of the new lows con tamed herein will enable school of ficers to comply with the provisions until the new edition of the laws can be sent out Respectfully HV McCiiBSNBY Supt Pub Instructions 0 THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening the Nerve A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by- pariodlcalor constant use of intox Icating liquors requires an antidote capable 01 neutralizing and eradicat this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferera may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records ehpw the marvelous transformation of thousands ofDrunk ards into sober industrious and upo right men Wives cure your husbands II Cbll then cure your fathers 1 This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but Isa specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it i thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee wth out the knowledge of the person tak- Ing it Thousands drunkards cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives wlthbut their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not watt Do not be deluded by apparent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and lot all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a ment more effectual than others cost lug 26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special ad- vlce by skilled physicians when reoo quested without extra Sent prepaidto any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Phllfldelphf All correspondents strictly confidential i CA Trcirtx A nlJwlJSBevdlIBpt1Ut I Ill I J 1 1- A DARING SUE MONDAY IHeld up and Robbed the CitizensH of Perry ville in i March 8 184alllngle horseman with n Winchester rifle lying ncross the bow of his saddle and flourishing a revolve In his right hand suddenly turned into Main street of Perry vllle from the Springfield plkeand rode the length of to squares where he wheeled his horse and safwlth the street Jn range and covered by Ills rifle At the same moment another man Javily armed galloped Into the to t e- tOntbluIii1vlngtbell liral groupea of men between the two horsemen who npw commanded the entire street Jerome Clark alias Sue Monday the leader Sam Berry and two Bothers now rode into the square flourishing revolvers and yelling and cursing at the lop of their voices As these commands were uttered the guerrllaa stuck their pistols into the faces of the panic atriclcen citizens and not a word in protest much less an attempt at defense was made but men hurried in line indicated by the desperados Meanwhile two ot the guerrillas had enterted the stotlta andordered every one who ha4 not escaped to the cellars out on the streets and In less time than it takes to tell it fifty or sixty men were standing in a line in the mddle of the street waiting to be robbed Sam Berry and Sue Monday were gather- Ing in the stragglers and lobbing a man here and there who had notre sponded to the summons because too much dazed by the suddenness ofthe attack to collect his faculties One olthese men was a young farm er boy by the name of Carpenter He was standing in front of a store gaz ing at the line in the street when Sue Monday approached him and demanded his pocketbook The boy was Intbe act of getting out his money when the guerrillas pistol held on a Hue with his breast explod ed and the boy fell to the sidewalk Young Carpenter died the next day Marie Rochester an old colored woo man who bad made a small fortune in the days when whiskey was sold without restriction of license and whqT enlnn1 atAJltt1eC fcc itionery was robbed by Sue Monday along with the others Marie had never made a bad investment in her life except once and that Vas when she purchased her hnsband for 1000 from his master she herself being born free She always declared that Sam was never worth a cent alter she bought hint for the reason that she cond not make him work The loss of her pocket book which COD tamed but a few dollars was a terrible blow to her and she ran out on the street cryIng and wringing her hands Sue Monday considerately let her search a small sack into which a num ber of pocketbooks had been placed till she found hers which he restored to her While these scenes were transacted on the side the main show was in progress on the street After the line had been formed two guerrillas one at either end of the line began the robbery and advanced toward each other meeting at the manin the mid die Bach carried a sack and into then dropped pistols and pocketbooks as the two passed along and though pistols were quiet as plentiful J as pocketbooks no one thought of using them In self defense Dr Page Crane who had stood up before more than one man and ex changed shots with him and Jerry Watkins who afterwardskllled Crane in a band to hand encounter in which they used self cocking revolvers pressed to each others bodies was also in the line and both lost their revolvers and their money After robbing everybqdy jon the street and in the stores the guerrillas mounted their horses and rode rapidly out of the town not a pistol shot having been fired except by Jerome Clark when he killed young Carpenter As they rode away one of tlje guerillas dropped a large grayruixed shawl very corn mon for gentlemens wear in those days from his saddle Sam Hart picked it up a dmotloned to the guerrilla to stop and get iti but he call ed back that thefinder might have it and it is preserved in the Hart family to this day tea a memento of Sue Mon days visit A year later the guerrilla band was routed and Sue Monday and Sam Ber ry were taken prisoners by the Feder at authorities and imprisoned at Louisville Scores of crirnea were charged against the guerilla chief and be wan indicted for murder Many citizens went to Louisville to testify against Clark and he was found guilty of young Carpenters death and hanged sometime later The cxecu lion was witnessed by a vast crowd of people who were fatnitlar with Clarks evil exploits and as they wEre return ing from the hanging a mad bull ran amuck trampling down several peo pIe The superstition especially I ly among the olored people believed ttiat the spirit of Jerome I Clark htd5enteredinto the bull and DAN GROSVENOR SAYS Peruna is an Excellent Spring Catarrh RemedyI am as Well as Ever HOX DiN A GROSTEXOB OF TIlE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY Hon Dan A Jroivcnor Deputy Auditor for the War Department la a letter written from Washington D0sayst Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from one bottle of Peru1s One week has brought wonderful changes and I am now as well as ever Besides being one ot the very best spring tonics It is an excellent catarrh remedy DAN A dROSVENOR IIn recent letter he says r I I consider Peruna reallymore meritorious than Idid when Iwrote you last I receive numerous letters from acquaintances all byer the country asking me Ifmy certificate Is genuine Invariably answer yes Dan A Grosvenor I A County CommlMtoners Letter lion John Williams County Commls toner of 617 West Second street Duluth Minn says tho following In regard tc- uParunsi I j v i ft rf 4 v Aa a remedy for catarrh I can cheerfully recommend Peruna I know what it U to suffer from that terrible disease and I feel that It la my duty to speak a even in death he was restlessand re vengeful Sam Berry wal tried also at Louisville but it was shown by testimony ot witnesses that he had no hand In the murder of Carpenter and he escaped with a prison sentence being lent to Anbern N Y lot life Many years afterward petition was circulated asking for clemency and some of the men wbowere robbeaat Perryvllle signed it and the one arm ed exguerrilla was pardoned by President Grant Nelson Standard laMissing Rochester N Y April 27Have the Anarchists made good their threats against the man who pressed the but ton at Czolgosza electrocution EPDav1s who did the work has been missing since soon after the elec trocntlon and his family has given him up for dead He had received several letters from Europe and this country saying that hecairied out the States orders he would be aunt manly delt with He laughed at these threats but now his friends think they have been carried out Young Doctor Was the operation your preformed upon the American who returned from the Philippines for treatment successful Old DoctorIt was thoroughly It will necessitate least two more Chicago RecordHerald DO YOU GET UP- WITHALAMEtBACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who rerds the newspapers Is sure to of the wonderful cures mads by Dr KIImerSjSwampJoot remedyit cal trim pph of the nine leenlcentury ds covered after years of ecleritUlo research b Dr Khmer the emi nent kidney and bladder snectallat and Is yglamebles and Brl jhfs Disease which lstho worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot not rec ommefldedforeverhIngbuifyoubavokdney Just the remedy you need It has ben tested In so many ways in hospital worfc tn private practice among the helpless too poo r to pur chase and has proved so sucqessful In every ease Ihata speclalarrang ent hIS been made by which all reader of U ils paper who have not already tried It may have a ample bottle sent free by mall a book Jelllnemore about SwampRoot aid how to find out you have kidney or bladderMrouble When writing mention readlnr thU PI snerous offer In this paper and coBlng1ham regular fifty pent and R Mora jiraot dollar sizes are sold by aU good ug4 isIsI L o good word for the tonic that brought m Immediato relief Peruna cured moot a bad came of catarrh and I know It will cure any other sufferer from that die sJJokawU i JH s Mattlo L Guild Pretdent IlU note Yonng Peoples ChrUtlaa Temper anco Union in a recent lotorfroBaCU csgo III saysr j GREATEST OIL SPOUTER I It Pours Out 2000000 Gallpas of Pretroleum Before It QufefsDown e The Russians assert that they struck the biggest oil spooler id the Baku petroleum fields last fall that was ever tapped They sank a Jew well In the BlblElbat district about three miles southwest ol Baku and reached a depth of 1800 feet before they struck Oil Then it went to spouting and is said to have been the largest producer for the first two or three days that was ever struck It is accredited with 180000 barrels a day for nearly three days and then the flow diminished little but it continued flowing until it had produced over 2000000 barrels Trjia happened in November last Before the well stopped flowing another big one was struck In the Ro man district about ten miles north east of Baku This spouter produced nearly 1000000 barrels and was still flowing at the rate of about 25 009 barrels a day on January 31 last These were the two great spouters of the Russian oil fields last year Remarkable as it may appear it is said that the owners ot the big well which produced more than 2000000 barrels in a little over thirty day lost money by this extraordinary outpouring This would seem Impossi ble without explanation but the sad reason for it is clearly set forth in Consul Chambers report that flea just been published in Washington In the first place the well could not be controlled High winds were blowing nearly all the time and every house near the will as well as all the building in the village more than a mile away were deluged It is said that the owners of the well must pay for repainting all the houses in the village The owners had to pay the Government a royalty of two and a half cents for every five gallons of oil and they could not sell the oil they saved at a profit ol more than about a quarter of a cent per five gallons above the royalty and their expenses It is said that this meager profit did not even paythe heavy damsgei that had to be disbursed to the aggrieved property owners Ills not the first time that ihe vii lage mentioned has been damaged by a flowing well Some years ago a well In the same district sent a spray of oil to this village and the owner ol the well had to pay damages amount compeUedIa York Sun I ideubtit PrvathIiaHWkaI 4utrrbwill cure ffUrraof Mr faMNifil oi cure the um0ctmtltlau ay Ifcp lffm membiiaywbr IaVtksilthe best readjftMMrrwtrlir i caltrrh ant A sWs Jv r upa endell t ll Or9HttL Quilt A CoasTMuaViUttv nOD W P Brownlow CMtt MSMM from Tennis writes fwisvVlVbsb ington D oth fottowlajn I haIangered kouneajld ffet stomach fnr T iaa4 frazil put WolmoPthl1r Jakaai r1Ingiy critical eoidlijo lif1 was called to ou Prnat- o two uuc1Iinoticeable after Us InIftsI s avefltsbkg s- andIIelaIiieMIIaswif not penaaacatly IINIIJI tlon with this FerraraftUmaHrrtorbta0ljiM 1 I regard it u Uu bM4tpurpose thI bay yr been benefited si meh eyou this statement that llkewlso benIttedWJJta MCJoneiboroTea 1i H ztJfMr Elmer JUmfrtV SP r t Wr TOtr CoUncil N l8 NortkNsZelan of Honor of KUxMtJs Ytwrites from ZS TtUt sttMUlf 1 MI av- troobled been alt llfwltkcaUrik la rajr head I took Parana far about thru month and now think Iai prmanHtlr cured I bUrrthat forcatarzhr mall Ita ftfrma Pcrnna UUi medloin of the age a car JIIwbea all other liwedIifaU jheartily recommend leruaf M ei nrretnedyMis Klmer TleaiitM- Tr t CtUnk la VfrtBfr The spring tetei Una to te iMtn Cold wet wlaUrwlMtber SSiSLacu- reofcatarrh Ua H trWM Is taken during uur5pP4MIthe cur will be proaiyt M4 psaLThareean be ao failures tt ayIstakes lateUlceatiy during 1h4 weather of spring Aa a systeaxlo iMaWlrVaraM eradicates catarrh frea iM pSs whcroverUnuyblesite3y lemrseo tarrh of th stomaoh or bowsvwik th same certainty M estarrkaI- If ike keejU you deast dirty eap4sfactory rsidta from tkesam1JPws- writ at onca to rJttrHartaMaj ici Y full statement of yew osas Tlbe t lsase4 tahiti t hIIvIbZe a vice gratis IpAddnt Dr Hsta aa jiil1s l 4 Th Uartoaa Bnltit sa0 s i OJ A FIsbJi ttU OB a drift pile I r Wl LjagobmIt- VIshiu that Fdsbite Hungrier thaa JaW DozlaIath weMighty haM te p Pram asoJdI5kjeVD- rsp right off iieiy Vak tp kind otiRiiii4 i Lose my grip nl fall In the Sah hOle lUia 1ug a baitan 4 J 1 lWhooplngC4Jgh A woman who has iii sa with this disease teljstoijfcpfmsk any dangeiouacouacquedqqfes itr She lays Our three c1sAI 4reirlok whooping cough laotsaaiB Wbaby boy being only dree BwUtk old and owing to ourgtthgtheC- hamberlaipsCougRedy wf lost none of their PWp 4 came out in mnehbetteri4tUi I other children ilpt4M4 wst nst this remedy Ouril4hIIg- irl wonlddll laitlly i tcSCIIyI4b between whoops JessK Fiake Kkil Springvllle Ala This feeM r Ie for sale by all dragtlsti u j J OUsV- B or 5 tnti tbUIidYar IIIWC 8patlUttf Dead Soon Foretttei George WashlagtoH diet did tie country survived life fleatli we s ten days talk and then epVtalkal of somebody else says PrInters Imk 4Bourbol1France What la true of iUaatrUt men is true in greater degree at tIaM who have not achieved eadoemt die idersWaclonefore the public WllcIkFeeMeIte advertise people forget khorio members Hemb ld Dolyei has was when he anti his pccpm tlqn were the talk of the ceaatry When a man cetaIwoakke4drio- rates mentally Ma a buI1ass man stops advertlsiojf his is de crease visable t No Loss of Time I have sold Cha rWa tA Cholera and pUrrhbeliUiriy lee years and woulit rather bset tfcoffee and sngspthavB It sdU gjrV bottles of it yesterday to iknJiw I that could gono farther altkty at work again this mpnilar TK K Phelps Plyioth Oklaso will be seen bjr the above thetkrsak ers were able to keop a tl Uaelt work without losing a aitele time You should keepatttIl iaf this Remedy in your kbsit Vr i4tv by all druggist 101 m 1 J Hartford Republican Illi4 frHait b tli HttUni f Jlwpoal1 lulled it Dirtftrd postolfitt it wocdclmmill tntUi =nc7BQ Eo- fc 5r1 n4IOJenO1Ch n rTMQJOIIVJIFVKY TIIOMAN Killlnr FRIDAY MAY a SIiaulabf94r p i i Ioi TiiitEE million dollars are soon to 1 V N It Ig spent 111 embellishing the military wsndemyatiWc8t Point it BETWEEN the bolos of the savages jjf Sajnarand the court martali tlie soldiers In the Philippines are having tough time y vJiTEnuNo MORTON former Sec rttary of Agriculture under Clove anUQiclattbe homo of his son in Chicago ast Monday V = l T MBV HOAR of Massachusetts wasI tbedn1y Benatbr to insult the Amerl jban Workinemen by voting against the Chinese exclusion bill F 4 i 80 SMITH Rwsrudied in Wash jn brfMdriuay When he laughed the 2rJtlaughcclwith him but IIOW lbirgreaiaftora genius will thrill the theatrical world no moreand all fun iv manlty mourns 4 MiLB fioux U making an effort to revive4 the Dreyfus cue in France The world bas ben thoroughly sur 1eitIwith this affair and M Le IWux should be sent to Devils Is land slid forced lo go way back inlcr tho interior and tit down to i IOKLABOMA New Mexico and Ari 1ionu U clamoring for statehood pkiabbma has a population of about 400000 add should be admitted into the Union New Mexico and Arizona Bhould be held as territories until the i greaser element is far overshadow ed by tbe AngloSaxon If is interesting to tee bow the Dempcratic newspapers are parading itbefact tbat all the jurors who tat on vUfeBerryHoward case wereDemocrate While the trial was in progress they were swearing that tbere wereill the way fronr three to five Republicans Od the jury and had Howard been convicted they would have proved it Qy B in Franklin county they eeooY man to the penitentiary for eridonjng the administration of William McKinley Down in Da view a man Is acquitted after acknowledging in open court that he is a bribeiaker Here In Ohio county We are at work on a scheme by which sufficient revenue may be raised to support inCrm criminals in ease and opuleucS f UJJPLB JBiAMs great 10inch guu now in course of construction at the WatervlieJ Arsenal will be completed by June Y It is to be mountedat Ft Hamiltou one of tbe defenses of York harbor It requires one- tHouiaml pounds of powder and a bree JIioueaud pound projectile to chargetjt itiacla5med that tbe gun rwiUburLthia ponderous missile twen iyooeniles 1 VDcEereditund honor should al Wayir bo given a military hero but Wherf a vtot concourse of people bow 1 down in adoration fo one man who h b1lydOne what thousands of oth trmen ffid whoso names will never specIs oiMfmphf has just been in this bus ifiealj tip to its eyes What a bless ltigitwouldbe to humanity if some pllblip benefactor c9uld come forward withan anaesthetic for this hero wOljipO1 Twb people of France have lain asidej eir everyday business affairs to derpttra few months to the ejec tion of a Chamber of Deputies The laws of that country require tbat to be elected a candidate must receive majority of all the votes cast Nu uieroui small political parties each with its candidate often require tnqrejban tone ballot to determine who js elected This seems x to be fairer than our election laws as it gives the weaker parties some oppor tuuitieto sellout A FAiiiJN county jury acquitted hairy Howard of the charge of kill JngGoebeli Strange verdict Every body was expecting Howard to be convicted The evidence against him was absolutely conclusive It was clearly proven that Howard wasa Re- publiai1bftt ho lived in the moun tains and was in Frankfort on or shout tbe day Goebel was killed Jim Howard and Caleb Powers bad already dieenconvictedon similar i evidence goes free Too bad too bad iNan interview at Owenabom last peopletberI have made tbe best Common weaftli Attorney tbiadiatrict has ever bVd For depraved and corrupted impiTdnce and pure filtered gall this aurpaaaea any specimen of egotism we have ever seen He bas been repeatedly indicted and tried by the Davie I f 2J County Clrtidil GoUrt for official int r conduct but an array of lawvera who constantly profit by his reign of lawlesaneHalwayt ruth tobta aid It now remaIns to be seen whether an Oho county jury can be corrupted or bullied Into exonerating him from his notorious conduct bere last court ANIJUKW CAIINKOIK has projiosed a gilt to erect a public library at Stral ordonAvon the birthplace of William Shakespeare TIle establishing of public libraries is always commen dable in the highest degree but the genius of Shakespeare has given to Ufa world intellectual riches beside which tbe vast wealth tot tbe steel king sinks into insignificance Ham let MoBeth Othello and King Leer will be read long after tho very name nf Andrew Carnegie shall have paled into forgctfiilpcis the misty haze of the past Yet Carnegie has ahnwn bimrelf great public benefactor and untold thousands will yet enjoy the liberality of this great Captain of Industry TQRDSYILLE KY April 27The advent of spring finds our little town full of life on all sides business thriving and a pro gressive spirit manifesting Itself In every little nook and COrner and in keeping with this predominating spir it everybody is up and on the alert As representative ol our town It shall be a very Inter stlng pleasure to try to place before the public the move ments of people and the general news as far as I know in andabout Fords vllle through the medium of so esti mable and widely circulated paper as THE REPUBLICAN Miss Mamie Smith spent Sunday with friends in Glendeane Mr AI Wilson ol Kockport Ky was in town Friday to visit his father Mr Marlon Wilson Mr Harry Conniff went to Louisville last week where he has accepted a position Mr John Walker one of our best and most substantial citizens who has been very ill was taken to louis- ville Monday that he may receive the most competent medicalattention Mr Lon Rogers came over from Hartlord Friday and is spending a few days In thebank here previous to going to Greensburg where he and his brother will be located In the banking business Mr I C Adair and little daughter Marion went to Owensboro Monday from which place Miss Marion went to Hawtsvllle to spend several months with relatives Mr Walter Fant formerly with J D Cooper the druggist pi this place but now with a drug house in Louis yule spent Sunday with relatives and friends here- Already the young people of our town hive begun to enjoy the drives over to Sulphur Springs The fol lowing party drove over Sunday af ternoon Misses Nancy Smith Alma Ford and Ola Gaines Messrs Edward Sweatt Will Sargent Ester Martinp Hayes Smith and Elvis Johnson The Fordsville Dramatic Club has been reorganized and Is now at work on a play The White Lie to be given about the latter part of May Mrs I C Adair Misses Nancy Smith and JessIe Reynolds expect to- go to Louisville May the 3rd Mrs Arnold McCarty is at born again after a visit to relatives in OwenaboroThe troubleswhlch have for so long retarded the progress of our school seems to have been adjusted and at present we have a fine school under the principalship ol Prof Dru abet from Ohio a thoroughly pro gressive and wideawake college man Convention Pursuant to an order of the Repub lican Committee forthe Second Ap pellate District of Kentucky a convention ir hereby called to meet a Leltchfield Ky on Wednesday June 25th 1902 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Judge of the Court oI Appeals for said district The Re publicans of the various counties are directed to meet at the county seats of their respective counties on June ilst 1902 at 2oclock pm for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said convention The basis of r pre aentatlon will be one delegate Ioreacl- zoo votes cast for McKinley andone breach fraction over fifty By order of the committeeN RD Chmn 2nd Appellate Dist Rep Com By T W SWEATT SEC sq Wont follow advlco after pay Ing for It In a recent article a prominent physician says It Is next to impos sible for the physician toget his pa tients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the small est extent he has but one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic consti pation the moat mild and gentle ob tamable such as Cdamberlalns Stom ach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bow cIa in a natural and healthy condition For sale by all druggists m ExOflites aBiennial Meeting Knights ol Pyth las San Francisco Cal August 1214 On account ol above occasion round ripickets will be on sale from flea returnI5315 same atu1tLrilri aiiD 64iSgoloi 8111 returning via different routes TfCk eta on sale Aug f7 final limit Sept 30 1902 Meeting Louisville Jockey Club Louisville Ky May 3 to 24 On ac count above meeting tickets will IK sold from Heaver Dam to Louisville and return for 4 20 for the round trip Ticket on sale May 2nd to May 24th limited tb May 26th for return Oa account Derby day May 3rd Clark Stakes day May loth Nursery day May 17th and Kentucky Oaks Day May 24th tickets wilt be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip good only on morning train of above dates limited to 2 days for return General Asstmbly Cumberland Presbyterian Church Jackson Miss May 14 to 27th r902On account ticket will be on sale from Beaver Dam to Jackson Miss and return at rate ot one for the ronnd trip Sr4 46 Tickets on sale May 1213 and 14th limited to May 3oth 1932 for leturn stopovtraallowedGeneral M E Church Dallas Tex May 7 On occasion round trip tickets will besold at the rate of one late plus 200 Ticket on sale May 34 and 5 limited to June 9th with an extension to June 30th upon payment of fee ot 50 cents No stopover authorizing on this trip S B VAN METER Agt Addition Expected Washington April 3o Now it Is announced in a guarded and semi au tbortatlve way such news is expect ed to come that in October there will be an addition to the interesting Roosevelt lamlly Mrs Roosevelt will remain in Washington until Congress adjourns when she will go to her home at Oyster Bay and rem aim for the summer The President will spend his time between Oyster Bay and Washington but will make his official duties as light as possible un til the cool ol autumn makes Wash ington more comfortable Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FI Cheny Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe his perfectly honorable In all business transacting and financi ally able to carry ont any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldiiiif Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface ol the system Testimonials sent tree Price 75C per bottle Sold by nil Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best May be Consul Washington April 29There is a probability that Commissioner of Pensions Evans will be offered the po sition of Consul General to London to succeed William McKinley Oaborne whose death was announced this morning White House officials are reticent in regard to the matter as is also Mr Evans but there is reason to believe that the President would very much like to have him accept it and the chances are decidedly in favor ol its being offered to him The State Department today receiv ed the following cablegram from Vice and Deputy Consul General Westcott dated at London today Deeply regret to report death the this morning ol Gen William McKin ley OsborneI 6 Mrs S E Hammack Hammack Ky writes With pleasure I recommend Ramotls Liver Pilla and Tonic Pellets I have used them my sell for several years and can testily as to their efficiency in sibk headache and other troubles peculiar to bur sex The entire Treatment for only 250 m I Pick Cotton By Machinery Birmingham Ala April 29A- t special to the Birmingham News from Jackson Miss says the first regular contract ever made In tbe world to pick cotton by machinery was closed in Greenville a few days since The first experiment with machinery will be made on the Rose stock plantation In Washington county nextfall A Pittsburg man Thos R Morgan is the inventor of the device Brutal Murber Portland Ore April 30Mlss-I Faith Stewart a rescue worker among the jlenizens of Portlands slums is in a dying condition at her home as the result ol a brutal and murderous as sault made upon her Sunday night by five men She was walking along North Second street about 10 oclock at nlglt when five men met her and knocked her down She was kicked In the abdomen and from finger marks on her neck it Is evident that she was choked She was not con sidered seriously injured until yester day when she became unconscious Several divekeepers In the north end are known to be bitter against Miss Stewart as she had induced number of girls to leave their places The police are looking for the men who are thought to beiriends of the dive keep ers Louisville is going to have a cork lug good Derby next Saturday alter noonl This statement is based on the work of several of the starters In the Kentucky turf classic yest Jilay alternoon at Chnichhill Downs and If the twentyeighth renewal of this oldest Derby in America does not fur nisTv rare sport all the old trainers who saw yesterday afternoon work will be badly disappointed Ao = sthOAOga CIIOOLIIOUS Aptll 30There waa a singing given at Mr Wm Potts Sunday nightThere has been a Sabbath school or ganized nt Rtthrl church which meets evety Sunday nt j p in Mifscs Minnie Schroade and Meg gle Wright Rosine visited friends here this week Mr George Edwards and Miss Rosa Wilson of Roslne attended Sunday School at Bethel last Sunday X G A R Notice The reason we will have no services on May 30 Is because our comrades are buried In teat Ight graveyards and most ol them were nvgltcted on account of the gathering on a certain day and nearly at the same pUce each year Every family will receive a lUg for their dead free We will have a gathering some time this summer The old veterdna and sons and daughters will come together and have a day ol enjoyment We hope the families will decorate their fathers graves A OJIHADI vt Carved Dat Coop- Mr Peter McConiickilored la carved almost to deathnndlt h irts him all the worse that It was not done with a razor says the Owensboto In quirerThis morning about to oclock Peter and Paul Grah mhada differ ence on Sycamore street nenr Fifth Peter had a good gun in hIs pocket an4 when he went after it Paul pulled a butcher knlle with a blade ten Inches and a fraction in length and in the language of one ol the witness es de way he carved dt nigger was a shame Thefirst is a heavy slash over the heart and there are two more big wounds on the right shoulder blade one on the hand one on the right arm and a wound more than an inch deep on his upper lip The blood flowed in torrents from the many wounds and it appeared that the ne gro would bleed to death but prpmpt surgical nssUtince saved him Graham walked up in town as soon as he could put his knife away told what he had done and surrendered himself to the court charging him sell with cutting with intent to kill His trial was set for 8 oclock tomorrow morning Graham says that McCormick threatened to kill him and was going alter his gun which was concealed in his hip pocket Officer May went down in the neighborhood of the trag edy and returned with the bloody knife with which the caTvlnj was done and also with the pistol that Graham claimed to have been in mortal fear of Both were deposited with the court I It Is easy to temporarily check a cough with the ordinary opiate cough cures but when it is to be cured the root ofthe trouble ousted one must have Ramons English Cough Syrup the old reliable Just think of It a positive cure for 25 cents m Caleb Powers Statement lion Caleb Powers the lawfully el ected Secretajtypt State of Kentucky who was robbed ol his office by the Goebelltes and who has been kept in prison by perjured testimony to cloak the crime officestealing that was committed against him publishes in the Leader a statement reviewing the testimony of the starwithesses in the Berry Howard case and comparing it with thetorles ofthe fallen stars In the earlier trials Mr Powers is a lawyer and a gen tleman of fine capacity and as the Louisville Commercial welt says his paper exposed the scour dreJlsm of the Recalled prosecution with perjured witnesses is one of the most telling appeals that an American Citizen has ever made to his countrymen for fair ptyy and a lawful trial by his peers Every citizen ofKentucky ought to read the address of the wan who was elected Secretary ol State by the legal electors of Kentucky arid who was ousted by a partisan Gocbel law election commission His fearless arrlgn ment of the notorious Tom Campbell and his comparison of the testimony offered against him with the confes sions of these star witnesses that they perjured themselves and that these were paid to perjure themselves ought to arouse the indignation of every rightmlnded Kentucklan The statement madt6y Mr Ppwera are not appeals for sympathy but for justice he does not ask mercy but he demands his right Why should self confessed perjurers be allowed to go unprosecutedi Dont Neglect The Fruit Some farms are seen with but little or no fruit on Jthem This is on ill business It means either a species of farming that is bad tight vow or nlnlthewhere neither flwern nor fruit are teen to amount to anything way be perfect paradlxe for hogs but it is not a very good unit of place for making the most of the human What we recommend is that which Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your lierI Ayer Wl1 t acfelivcr pills cure dys pepsia biliousness 25c All druggists I 1 1 beauUfoIIIro1t1l IBUCKINGHAMS DYEttlfi II S 0 L P au N- HrI Q u Rheumatism The liniment bottle and flannel familiar objects in nearly even houscholdA They arc the weapons that have iiccn used for Kcncrations to tight oh Rheumatism and are giantdisease Z would be in modern warfare Rheumatism is caused an acid sour 17 condition of the blood It Is tilled with acrid Irritating matter that settlc in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these arc only symptoms whi h are liable to return with every change of the weather the real disease Ijes deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been and no Remedy docs this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a streamb of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the painsSis a perfect vegetable blood ptlrifiersand most exhilarating tonic Our physicians wilt advise without charge all who write about their case and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga every farmer who has a family and J who posseses the ptoper affection for It should gladly provide and though it is too late to dOmuch in this line now too late ceitainly where noth ing has already has been doneIt is f not too late to make shame at the in the main unnecessary povertyand and not too late to stimulate to better things another time Apprecialon of the necessity tom the like under the conditions now pre walling generally in civilized countries should be enough to put every farmer in the United States right about this matter of securing for use in his home choice and fresh fruit during the entire year I The apple has range ot kinds to eas ily do duty all through the winter and on until the strawberry ripens From the strawberry forward there will need be no pauses ol things deli clous and fitted to give the doctor a restraspberries blackberries peaches grapes All are heathful and most ol them can be eaten at pleasure I1ndI as a rule without injury Who would care to visit or live on a farm without all or most of these mite Where or what is ihe attrac tion on alarm without them All the kinds seem to cametheyI do comejust when comeAs the growing season closes the grapes are at their best They rank among the most htathlul of fruit They abound when fevers prevail and they seldom fall It seems like denying the goodness ol God to live on and own a farm But yet be without a firstclass garden Home and Farm S Keep It In Tour Borne And when the bowels fail to act prop erly take a dose of LVONS 4AXATIVS SVRUP It acts gently but effectually bu the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and wake your complexion clear For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy JINGO KY April 29The prospects for a wheat crop are very bad Meadows are fine and a good hay crop is exI pectedIClyde the little son of Mr A G Murphy who has been sick to longI Is ne better Tiemaking is the getting to be the leading industry in this section This section was visited by a number of destructive forest fires last week doing a great deal of damage NoticeOhio Circuit Court J K Smith Plfl vs J M Bishop Admr DeftSAll persons having claims against the estate of W T Roark deceased are hereby notified to present properly proven to the undersigned Muter Commissioner on or before May 19 1932 or they will be forever barred This April in 1912 ROWAN HOLBROOK 3841 Master Commissioner a REYNOLDS STATION KY April 3olIre did considerable damage in this community last week Mr Alfred Reynolds who has been in Hartford College for some months hasreturned to his home Miss Roile Reynolds entertained number 01 her friends Sundaylt be lug her eighteenth birthday MisaMyitie Lawson gave a musi cal entertainment Saturday night The Sunday School Is progressing nicely at Zion church Mr Clarence Wright and sister Miss Hallle and Miss Hettle Rey nolds of Lyonla were in town Sun dayMiss Geogla Lloyd of Oxensboro and Miss Clara Lloyd of Beaver Dam attended Sunday Schools here Sun day They are guests of their uncle MrJ H Lloyd- sRev Sims the missionary from China will lecture at Zion church 1memberol were on the fatal PitUbnrg is qniong 1 her many friends here She fin granddaughter of Mr and Mrs R SJ anham ot this place I Mrs F M WrMei field and little tthisI s Rough River Telephone Co ALa regular meeting c t the Hoard b of Directors ol RoughRiver Telephone Company held April 15 1902 the bylaws of said company were 10I amended as to permit itockhblder as shown by the books ol the company having stock In Ohio County Telephone Company and aa much as 15 stock in Rough River Telephone Company or owning as much a35t- ock In Rough River Telephone Company only or Individuals firms or corporation with a capital ol Is ooa or less owning Sso stock in Rough River Telephone Company and 10 stock additional for every tooo cap- Ital above f5000 to talk free ot charge over the lines of the two companies in Ohio county when talking from a Rough River phone beginning May 1902 Each talk Is limited to five minutes For over time regular rates will be charged ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONE Co By D M HOCKRR Secy Search for a Thief Ralph Ky April 2SAn un known man broke Into tbe residence oftV D Hardin near Ralph and stole sonic clothing The robbery was discovered at noon Saturday and bloodhounds from Dundee were brought to the scene late in the alter noon The trail was followed to Rough river were it was lost Trace of the man was found ut several points in this vicinity but nothing hIS been learned of him since the robbery He told several men he was from Bdmonson county and to some farmers said be could get them some moonshine whisky if he had the money lie obtained some money from them and was never again seen Mob at Brandenburg Bandenburg IyApril 30A- mob this morning at 3 oclock hang ed Ernest Bewley a negro who shot Harvey Dowell at juston last night Kcwley fired at Frank Pickerel and the hall went wild Few if any who understand what is now on In farming fall to- recognlze the fact that In this calling the very best class of mind Is finding full outlet and occupation The farm ers as a class can nowhere In thl country now be ranked with tbe op posers of progress however it may have been with them on any nchac count in the past The farmer 01 the present informs himself lie experi ments and reasons lie looks Into the cause or causes of what be sees and In this way we have mind and muscle beautifully operating together as n ver before in tilling the toil Thus we secure the steady use ol the one fertilizer that is good for every crop and every operation on the farm Home anFa- mmYOu Can LeadaHorseto water but you cant make him drink You cant make him eat either You can stuff food in toa thin mans stomach but thatdocsnt make him use it Scotts Emulsion can make him use it How By making him hungry of course Scotts Emulsion makes a thin body hungry all over Thought a thin body was naturally hun gry didnt you Well it isnt A thin body is asleopnot working gone on a strike It doesnt try to use its food Scotts Emulsion wakes it- upputs it to work again making new flesh Thats the way to get fatUSend for free sample v orr ii IJOWN E a muu 409 Nul SL M Y ocadz ATTENTION1Wbu tater J w4uBtsIrslht UhlklM ApplE mid 1ech Artnt Prank Vbr Co Jug ondrs will ttcwIy prompt Ilre1tIOtr1 The but UW Vhllfy Ih the that Wm CUSHION Owensboro t CU MrEOKT MEWITT TUUII br kla oa Her Frank DeWitt Tklmnir staBassoCiat dltor 01 ChrIstian Herald Only book roilorwd y TnlmQgolumlljr Enormous proSt lof agnU JjI4 a hl fl 1 e BanoSJBBssoscsssiso3 DPLEASE iili 41 41 4 4 4 REMEMBER I 4 gJvv 41 Gents Furnishings a speciv Mnttiiiga Inrg JT 11ino at popular prices Wash Fabrics of all designs y J und latest patterns Linen Goods at lowest prices I 1 See our elegant lino of Mens Shirts and Ties Prices 4 on nil Goods guaranteed to bo tho lowestquality 1 considered If you need anything in Pry Goods it t4 47 wilt pay you to visit us first f lOur Spring Clothing f For Men Youths and Boys is tho largest most styl ish and best over shown in Hartford These Suits fjt are niado of fabrics that wilt givo long 81111satisfhc t41 tory service tho tailo ing cannot bo excelled and tho 41 styles arc notably correct These Suits wore ponon J5 ally selected and an oxporienco of twenty years in i4 Clothing and Guts Furnishings enablcsus to ofTor J these1 selections to our customers with the assurance 41 that they are absolutely tho best find tho cheapest i Jj that tho market adbrds if41 Bring us your Country Produce for which wo t will as nlwnyti pay you tho highest market price 41 41 41 4 4 41 4 4 SAM BACH I 41 i4 4- UHartford Hy41 i Now is the Time to Buy a Slggy or SIrrey Ifyou want tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from homo peoplo Bodies all made in our own factory bskilled workmen Our guarantee istherefore of some value a Now Styles and Fresh workcnn always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky r CAPACITY of our factory 20000 Fjnished Vo hides pOI annum t F A AMES COP l OVVcn boro COLLINS SALOON HADEtTJE OnlD OaLTST nntBnmdiedOld International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdltltnA raosta Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tb lYMUtnttKl campaign ll Dyer bat tb world COM OllOt the uta sad It U tail oluwi roU1ptlaadIlDprtI ortbicrltxr 1M tlmM a1ear pebIliberzoawaotanbaciiptlOflPrSetsouIyiUQpryar toItberpaprasGO TO CHNNS SALOON FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDOS BEER ETC CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Hufdle Rye a Specialty LEE CHINN lIAHTfOHIt UlU Repeaters iradu Mild BodonU4 hud ud bl cutridn- t til tImes throw IM l om him rf3at Into tgi Lc- pfeveats imokiagait Stow qnteetag ilia and Isag n4 ytbUARLIN WOtU SIfll U rmkrycfJ ftCOUlIor divIcs mAts th uleit bve ch4oadlng na flaT baSiL em pars caulofM too U- rSstaiiiSthuThe aiSaYtnAis Co- N uaseca ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONE j COMPANY tuoairoiATiD Talk being cheap and necessary Colkitwhereand build your own Hues and be la talking distance with thf whole coun ty and business point generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the otAtheyyou say so We connect with all In partlculara Hartford Kyt s- Cnrii I Ti1pur i AND TelegraphCOMPANY INCORPORATEDOperating toll lines IndlanaMllltulpplandconnected thirtyfiveSt4leaand urriundingservice as comprehensive and valua specialtyof reasonabledistaiteoher information may be obUlned itthe exchange over Williams druA clone KytC Manager I I cIaTxixlitnU ti Subscribe for THE HARTFORD KEPUBLI CAN 100 per year m advance t I L iiofSUrprlSeSt Each day brings now attractions each week adds new fame and glory to our house This week we are going to offer a few specialsnot baits but goods bought under price and offered to you at a price that other houses cannot quote you SPECIAL NO le Fortyfourinch nil wool black and bluo ftkirt ing 50c Actual value 05c Ladies wanting a Skirt or Coat Suit should avail themselves of this Special SPECIAL NO 2- Twentyfivo pieces of fine sheer figured Lawns all now Spring shades Our special price is lOc Same quality as all othor houses get 12Jc for Dont fail to sco these They aro very desirable SPECIAL NO3 Five pieces of eightcent quality White Goods in stripo and small check the very goods for children Our special price is 5c per yard SPECIAL NO 4 This is a childs seamless black ribbed Hose bought in case lotsa regular 20c quality Our special price per pair 10c Dont lOc for a I 4 cheap common black Hose like others sell Seo these and you will have no other SPECIAL NO 54 1 This Special is our Mens Fine Shoes solid inner and outer soles latest too and lastwill equal any Shoo at 50c more money Our special price 125 Besides these Specials each of our de II partments is crowded with Bargains that are genuine Get our prices compare our qualities with what others ask and we are sure to get your Spring business We want your Eggs Hams Feathers Wool Ginseng Etc Will pay the top market price i4 THE BARGAIN CENTER tlI 4 BUlOUIRM MakuC1ItetdclRvl4a i WlM tile tlw U bepMa4 fcik to M Iwot f w wer 1M WoN M trrlt l1f- osM aoMpea beorw sot eedMta IeI- IIMM th olr trMoM UIa IyMlMHtrwl s 4gtt toaebad caw Naam4art ro tawtp- roaar r1 5 LIVER AILS toTONIGPfLLEStfarS pa t JB OOMI Iw 944j MM mwar u4 a Iw year car U tudwttr a4 roe wltl bu baton row Irawrspa Me For Ml aU dMarL I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY a s I Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf Mr Harden Webb went to Beaver Dam Wednesday Cream Brick and Llmberger Cheese at City Restaurant trGraa sell youa sew lngtaachfne from js up IMr Veil Greer ol Magan was la town a few days this week My t My1 What nice Fruits you get at beClty Reslaurnntl J W Hocker la Belling tombstones for Geo Mlscbeli Owenaboro Nicest Candles Cakes and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant Use only Singer Machine 011 GROSS WILLIAMS Agt r For the brut snd cheapest Fertilizer call on F M WeftejOeld Hartford Bring vflur Butter Eggs Feathers It and Poultry ol all kinds to Carson Cos I H Ellis who has been at hiliretllrnidt 7r A Call on A C Tailor ieryman HartfordKy forsp IfgIlIUlln BgcKlea and Wagons1 MC tots ol redI now have on hind bfoe Bd1ancy Pound PrUta tI mi CcO Ki L TweddellJls new ready to grind your corn Satisfaction inar or anteed Mill locatedouthend Iron J Mike lI rU4 Kf tf I- w Grow Williams handles all kinds of sewing machine repairs See him I J Antes Buggies the beat on the c market for sale by A C Taylor Hartford Kv Mr R P Lllesoi Pot Russell Wyoming came home Friday to spend two months Wagons BugglesPhaetona Snrriea and all other kinds of vehicles for sale by A Co Taylor Hartford Ky II you fall to look af our specials In Clothing you will bq but because you were not In CAKSONCO nptoIdatefirst elms Call and see tor yourself Misses Wlnona Stevens Kittle Col Una and Dora Dodsoa were appreciated callers at this office last Satudsy Gross Wllllama ia still agent for worderful finger Sewing the beat oa earth See or write him Messrs I Taad Virgil Stevens of Davless county attended theluner al and burial of their uncle Mr T B Webb Wednesday We have tome specials In Clothing that we would be glad to show you Can save yon from fI to3 on every Suit CAUOlf Co The season Is here tor StrawsHats Come and see our line andyou will be sure to bapof us C4R9oj Co tHon AUk Bejaett who has spent the Jilt two weeks In abualness to the Eaftln which he visited Cincinnati Washington and other returned Wednesday delighted with his trip Healthgr WI blmluedevery spring It cleanses my pt blood mates mi feel strong and wayJohnNY M Purr and rich blood te carries new life to everytb part of the body You are invigorated refreshed will You feel anxious to be cry active You strong steady courageous Thats what Ayers arsaparilla will do for you at UN WIll jUllntiWs All Ilk our dMtor wbM ke IMuki et ATM II knllloUMlgi a rohotdadrlcadWI lowJ 4TIB was Dr Isaac Poster of Beds was la to town yesterday Dr A UtPate Bayer Dam was 1s In towa yesterday Mr Rowaa brookreturned from city Cincinnati Tuesday dy Mr W E Morton Centertown was In town yesterday Mr G W Maddox of Rockport wai in town yesterday Mr R K Beanof Sulphur Springs was la town yesterday A little child ol Mrl Jai King of Barretts Ferry Us very tick Mr and Mrs BJI Ellin are vliltcd lag In OweMboro this v weekRI Mr R O Jesse went to Owensboro Saturday aid returned Monday Messrs James and Ben Davit of- 3annydalewFre baa In town Thursday Mrs Bliss Riley of Buford Is vlsl ling her son Mr Jno C Riley here day but blIsMr O W Wedding of Adahbnrg xlled oa us while la town Wednes era lay acAttoraeyweasboro Friday andTeturntd SunI layMiss to Isabel Cox Is visiting her sU lor Mrs Rogers at Elktoa this reek Mr Thotqas Shafts an old and re pected citizen ol near Frentis died to Innday 01 Mr Jas P Loydo Barretts Ferry ave us a till while In town WtdaeadyycMr J T Felix Olatoa spent San dy and Monday with hla son Mr rank L Felix iCIMr Joseph Canon attended the narterly Meeting at No Creek Wtdell iesday and Thursday lIot Messrs Sam Icon Jr and R D Walker arrived home from Texas a Wednesday morning Mrs wa esdt Owensboro al- Is visiting her daugnter Mrs Juo R- PhlpPI1terebIweek Ir Dr A Stanley moved Into hla iroperty recently purchased from Hrcl Fou Rogers ynterdarpMrs C M Nail oN McHenry IDJ tbe proud mother of a pine pound I- Irlrt which arrived Monday tJ Mr R T Collins long experience a- lla the lallor mlde Clothing business sables him tolrura tee a fit Mrs A C Taylor who had peat y everal days With friends in Davies ounty came home SaUardyII11 Mr Ernest Woodward of the firm of Heavria Woodward was in Me leary Tuesday oa baslaeu d Messrs SW Tlchenor CI leasant and itobertPlummerBeaver- sm honored us with a visit Mon 1 layDr S J Weddi went to Owens boro yesterday to attend the meeting I- of the Ohio Valley Medical Assocta Ih J IonMessrs R B Lee Stmmermaa and R T Collins went to Owensboro 1 Tuesday oa business and returned lursdsy I I LittleCanlpord bRFordsvllle is- rcry iowal sta DrW ord olHartfordwiFtout Msec bw Wednesday r Mr and Mr W Schemer and Mr and Mrs J M spent Sun lay with th mlof Mr J H Hoover at Bnfefd Born to the wjfe 6f D D E Miller 01 Sulphur Springs Wednesday morale ng a girl Tb1at th Doctro first proadtoSome ot the best and neatest dress ed men of Ohio county are walking idvertlsementpof R T Collins up o Clnthlntr Mrs A J Casey ot Clarksvllle- Tennt will arrive in Hartford tomor ovisit her sisters Mrs Jno C Thomas and Miss Lizzie Walker The stone base for the Iron ellce around the curt house is being paired Messrs James Sallenges and W D DeHavea are doing the work Thefollowio ta1n UII called for ID the Hartford postnffice Mis Florence helms Miss Carrie Wright Mrs John B McCoy Mr Archie Mane Mr B G Msdeai Mr lobe Powell Mrs R C Clark One cent dee on advertised Uttefa d Mr J A Reneer of Centertown us a pleasant call yesterday the Mr J R Walker of Fordsvilte la in an Infirmary in Louisville taking treatment for a chronic trou Is reported to be very much Im was Mr W II Stearsman and Mrs Ida his Brown both of Smallhouse were married In the Clerks office here yes Rev G J Beau performs ceremoayItDerby Day In Louisville Saturdsy not be the grandest occasion ol its Its kind ever witnessed In that city Ev lover of the fleet looted horse should attend Miss Emma T Ryan will giver the parlor recital on Hygelne and Health and the residence ol Mr W G Hard wick this afternoon at 3 oclock the ladles are Invited out Mr Gofer Henry of Tally la of consumption and Is not excll don petted to live but a few days He recently brought from Owensboro his home In this coudtypI Mr Charlie Chins Taylor Mines veryjow ol consumption Messrs Luke Collins and J W Ford of this went down to see him Wedues They were soldiers toretherco R T Collins has already had a arge trade this spring In taflor made snits He guarantees a fit from saw plea selected by the customer And roud be surprised at the low prlceaal Attorney C E Smith was called to tender Monday to represent the de endant In the cue of the Common realth against Green Bartlett color charged with assaulting Nelse not colored with a hamme- rklendantwu acquitted of the charge The joint convention of operators two nd miners of District No sj which been in session at Central City mace Monday agreed on a scale of rages lor the coming year Wednes lit Each aide made concessions the settlement was more favors to the miners thin the operators We are glad to present to our read t and especially la the vicinity of rordsvllle a bright and letter from that placetblg By the courtesy of a young idy of that city we shall be able give REPUBLICAN readers an inter itlng communication from that point ich week hereafter Mr H Clay York left Wednesday ir Junction City Ky where be goes take a position as District Manager or the Royal Fraternal Union a popular accldeat and health insurance Co- Ir York is an industrious honorable man and we take pleasure in- commending aad him to the people ol entral Kentucky Have R T Collins to make your lothlng He takes your measure and has the garments made to fit your special figure an advantage you do enjoy in baying readymade lathing aQd for which you pay only little more and get much the best oods See samples at his cold ltorI8 fe plant Hartford Quite a number of young people om Fordsvllle were at Sulphur prlogs Sunday and spent a teal nice me Mrs Eliza Cate who has rage ol the Springs property la- repuing to make the summer the tost interesting ia the hjstoryof that moms summer resort The editor of its paper Is grateful to Mrs Cate for r Invitation to visit the Springs A dispatch Irom Brandenburg dated iprll 30 aaya Ernest Dewley a Dung negro tough was hanged here t atjo oclock this morning for shoot ng and wounding Harry Dowell a bite boy at Gnston The mob was omposed ol citizens in and near ttstoa They battered down the jail- or I and overpowered the jailer and pened the cell They took Dewley bout one half mile out ot town lung him to a convenient tree Seldom have the people of Hartford njoyed literary feast of higher mer t than that which was given at eall lethoalst church on last Friday Ight under the auspices of the Y 1- 1CA Thefirst part of the eateatala meat consisted in classic selections rhlchwere delivered with an ease and race which showed the speaker to be a muter of expression The finale the lecture oa Shakespeare was Very cnterea lug and enjoyed by all Jreat credit is due the Y M C A or the successful entertainment Dr imlth has ahown himself muter of Ihetprlc pathos and oratory An incident very closely approach ng the resurrection of the dead oc erred in Hertford Sunday The in 1faat son of Mrand MrsS A Anderson bad a violent attack of pneumonia and Sunday morning the little lei owa lunge were so congested that bll breathing ceased entirely for bout twenty minutes Drs Stanley aad Ford were called in and succeed td la resuscitating that little fellow alter a very strenuous effort The indent is regarded aa the most re larkable of its kind that ever co erred in Hartford The baby la ng nicely now iand will soon recover eSberlff Cal P Keown and deputies Jo Roberts Bob Boyd Clarence and ohm Gi Keown made a successful tan hunt near Dundee yesterday Toat Geary who la wanted In Butl aunty for mallcloas catting and two misdemeanor cases was located at Mr Skaggs jut below Dundee Wed nesday At 4 oclock yeterdy raornlngthe house was surrounded by Ibehnitranddeputies Roberta and Boyd entered It and found Geary in act of starting for Indiana After looking In the muzzle of an ugly colta pistol In the hands of Boyd fur nn instant Geary elevated his paws and brought to Hartford Sberifl Keown took blmlo Morgabtown where be was placed In jail to await trial the Is it not time Ohio county is awak cuing to the necessity ol Improving public highways Though one of largest counties In the state it bu a single foot of turnpike within boundaries Through the winter season the highways are practically Impassible At least two macadamized who roadways should be built aeros county one from East to West one from North to South These Would form nucleus fora network of roads which would gradually extend until they the remotea- tpatti of the county iSubllcpldttd should agitate the road ques until the magistrates are compelled to take some action The utility ol Improvements Is always ques lllble until their construction her beet accomplish when they become indjjrpenslble The advantages which would accrue to the farmers roman road system isbeyond their Let us hope that the people will begin to study this problem Ian Burned Friday morning about 2 oclock an list hand fired the barn ol Irmer Taylor Stevens near Center two loan resulting in a lou of about 300 Owing to the well selected lonrfor such a foul deed the fire was discovered until the barn audits oateats consisting ol corn bay if arming Implement one horse and cows were destroyed- A few weeks ago we published a tbe letalled accouat of Dick Nichols of ilasgow Ky a disappointed layer ol Stevens daugbterin law prowl ng around Mir Stevens house alter la right which resulted la a shooting match between Nichols and Stevens tater Nichols was arrested at Cea rat City and lodged in jilt here The vldence falling to sustain the charge r him Nichols was acquitted returned to his home near Glu rlowt1About a week before Mr Stevens ham was turned a letter was written rom Glasgow t a party near Center tQatht Nichols had disappeared row that place and warned the Stevens family toI be on the lookout him About dusk the evening be ore the barn was burned Nichols was sea near the Stevens frmt1Mr Stevens is a onelegged man feels heavily the loss of his property and for two or three days after he fire was almost distracted over It The community wd greatly wrought w over the fiendish eland had the uilty party been apprehended be rould have been hung on the spot lichols has been located at his bomeb lear Glasgow and a warrant arrest has been forwarded to the Sberl of Warred county MarrlarcsCJA Beggarly Wysox to Rettle Martin McHenry Robert Miller Flint Springs to cWrreaJuliet Thomas Hartford W H Stearsmsa Smallhonse to Its Ida M Brown Smallbpnse t FARMERS Three carloads of the best Fertilizer on earth Ox and Armour brands Just received at T J Tur Icy tCos Hartford and they are selling it at prices that make it go See us before placing your order We can save Syou money and sell you the prizewinning Tobac co Grower having taken first and second Pre mums OwensboroKy Remember we are gong to give large prizes I for the best Tobacco grown with our brands fertilizer at our next opening Yours for business T J TU8LEY C CO Thos E Webb Dead Oa Monday moralnr April the aSth at hla home In the Alexander neigh orhood Mr Thomas B Webb de rated this fife and went to the realm it the great unknown He was filly T lour years old and leaves a wife an eight children all of whom were at his bedside when the end came ex cept one daughter Mrs Henry Her who lives ia Illinois Mr Webb waa a good honest and Industrious tram end leaves his family la lying circumstances He pr religion at the ageot twelve and baa lived a christian life ever since 10The remains were laid to rest la lb Benlafa burying ground Tnesdsyafter funeral servlcesby Revs R D Be a aett O J Bean and J A Benne- trhefamily has the sympathy oteatlre community thr240 per 100 wtatTJ Turiey C Cos Hartford See us We can save you money I f m Nothing Taste GoodA- nd eating Is simply perfunctory done because It must be This Is the common complaint of dyspeptic If eating sparingly would cure dys pepsia few would suffer from It long The only way to cure dyspepsia which Is difficult digestion Is to giveu vigor and tone to the stomach and the whole digestive system Hoods Snsparala cured the nlM of Frank Fsr 108 N SL South Boston Mm writes that she h4 been a cared suffers frankdrppiJatzetayear bad boon- out with ppetite and bad been troubled with sour itomteh and headuh she had tried mart other medlcloei In vain Two bottle of Uoodi BwupuUU made her welL H0rim SmntpmrWm Promises to cure and keeps the promise Dont wait till you ara worse but buy a bottle today JAKE EXONERATED The Democracyof DaviesPuts a Premium old Criminal Con duct of a Democratic Official A jury In the Davies Circuit Court week found Jake Rowe not guilty i- ttr accepting a bribe for dismissing criminal prosecutions The parties who bribed wore to their timinal transactions with him and tad receipts lor the money paid over lakes signature but the instructions the court saved the bribetaker lime Democratic party reelected Jake lowe Common wealths Attorney with lull knowledge thatbe was a con armed inebriate and a bribetaker and Qrcourae it was to be expected that a Democratic court would stand by him his bargain and sale of the peace ind dignity ol the Commonwealth Ve seriously doubt 11 such a thor inghly disreputable character ever teioreln a civilized country held so esponstblea position The Democratic party can not escape the odium it has brought upon district nor the disgrace It has upon itself by putting a premium upon his criminal conduct Strange aq it may seem there are nany people who believe that Rowe will be tlO by his patty to sue eed himself Jnd we regret to say hat judging from the result of the lection ol 1897 we are in doubt as to result of his candidacy If noml sled PursleyThomas On last Tut51ay at the brides ome in Hartford Miss Julia Thomas as united in marriage to Mr War en Parsley of Cadiz Trlgg county The wedding was a quiet one only relations and immediate neighbors icing present Rev Coakley Beaver am performed the ceremony Mr ursley is only a promising ronng business man but he Is also a ultured and refined gentleman havi ng made many friends during his ibort visits here Miss Thomas is a lady ol the purest Kentucky type and from one ol Hartfords most- espected business families She is aally recognized as leader in society acre The young people heir home in Cadiz I will unload fertilizer the sth and ith day of May tea cents less oa the hundred pounds at the car D L D SANDKRFOR Beaver Dam Ky Lyons JJaxaUve Syrup II a vegetable preparation absolutely armless In acts on tbekldllcrt Ulcrandbowctlcltreacoa Dl1Ioulaell sick headache I tears the complexion and makes the Void pure An remedy for child tn as as adults For sale by J Thos AllenRollaeXy Notice The census reports of the various school districts of the county were duet office May r Those who have not reported must do so at once J M DBWBKSB S C S A Medicine for- T Old People Rev Geo Gar Greenwich Ku h put Kj yean olartrct be tqn 1- alii excellent for a mill of tnjr tee due entirely to the rejuven InOutncei ol Miles It bnDI sleep and when nothing ell will lid atttepth aodvital Ely area to one of pp41aQe IamnotdaoldferwrhnbfrCean 1 sufferer tnMoenroasneu vtrtleoandiplntltrcSable line spent Iwaseness IbefantaklnCDrMQesNenlne and I my NervinebeSaved cot twn bra A iiIidfaer of Jerlto 1fo No I was to urn DOS that reold xareelr my would even mrbwsthlldrentJfirs and now I am perfectly well BoM ky all OniccUU an qiMrMtM 3r IMMloale Elkhart Inrf CARSON cC CO I Did You Sec Br- ownToDay Smith recommended him to yesterday and wo fitted him perfectly in a Now Spring Suit He was well pleased and said Never know there was such a Readytowear garments in Hartford There are hundreds like them Perhaps youve one of them If you are wo want to saytliat no matter what price Suit you want we can do bettor by you than any ono wo know of Suits 300 to 1500 Will you look at them No obligation toy buta look will convince you that this is the place to buy your Spring and Summer Suits Sec Here Mother Just a Moment 1 You know girls are harder- on their dresses than women Yet you get the cheapest ma terial for them It ddesntj payIt makes their clothing cogtmoro by the year It makes the girl appear poorly dressed half the time Maybe i it pays the dealer Wo dont know never tried it The newest and best things are here Mercerized Ginghams and Linens Silk and dingrhams and Wash Sills We have lots of nice Ginghams and if you want something boavierse6 our lino of Woolen Goods Tho latest patterns and prices that willauso- yolito buy Served rExclaims neary every one of our customers as they pocket their change after purchasing their Spring Hat Do You Want to Save Money t Very well Compare our Hats with the Hats of other Millinery stores Do not compare prices but compare Hats If you find our 300 Hats as good as other Millinerys 500 Hats you make a saving dont you Well try it and see for if you do we believe you will come here and buy your Hat put your CHANGE in your pocket andJ shout SAVED Jtist like the rest of our patronsIN LESTIGATE Remember the word Investigate + CARSON eotHartford Ky oM 4 Jl EVERYBODYSSTOREWOol I Being the largest handlers of this staple in this county r standttcr having a stock of Merchandise from which ypu can select anything you need at unquestionably low prices makes our store tho most advantageous place to sell your Wool Millinery Goodsr N Z O second purchase of Newest Shapes andread to wear Hats has just arrived and we are showing this week an en tiroly new variety pi shapes and j t i Dress Goods Diiafiileiit 1 Our entire lino of Spring anti Summer Wash Fabrics is now open for your inspection You can buy nil airy sum mor frock at from 3c to 50c per yard India Linens at from 5c to 25c per yard Fancy Nainsooks Dimities rind other White Goods at from 5c to 25c per yard Silks and Woolens in endless variety You aro compelled to see tins line in order to appreciate its immensity and cheapness Carpets r Rugs Etc Spring cleaningttnustBOoiv begin A now Carpet miis bo bought A fewinett Jlugs must replace the old ones LaceJ i Curtains to bo liad Shades for the windows White Q6ilts4 A4ixJ for the room A now Couch A now Wardrobe Nbr V rttJii t Chairs and Rockers Now Stand abislid Covet All of f these wo can supply at a very reasonable cost jo you Iei tfriot to your very material advent 9 to buy where you get the best service largest stock nildlpfJtmrlces We are showing quito a s mplfii Bite roY Brussels Carpets from which you can select your patt6 im r ajvUiwo willUajjje BC iomcut andmado ready to go on yoq t gfoU wnut Brussels look through our lino and if Syb1 dpiit savp yoar kl ni6ney dont buy f i f pSlippers Slippers Our ontiro lino of uptodato Slippers is ready for inspection Sru 125 to 200 Oxfords all solid 1 to J250V MiSses and Childrens Slippers 50c 01251 LOAD Upyour families conic to Beaver Dain ai d spend ono day supplying your nedHs from the grout store ofi E Fa J3ARI IIE S BRQ y 11 7J r1- is I S r 1IT L I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 2 Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table New time url Inking eflVct Sunday Dee 2 1 MO at noon North flnniMt MuliSh Ilonitd Non dae l37 ii m No ill do llITi m No loila47p m No Ml dno J4Tp n- No 19 due 1S3 p m No Ill duS45P m total Faclghta No 1M due 7COam No Its do i7 pm- S D VIXMITSI Agent v PISO S CURE FOK i Beit Cough Syrup TattMOowt CM n KXnaE2 by 4nn1iu aaa Hi M CONSUMPTION FIDDLING FOR VOTES Candidates who Can Not Fiddle Heve Other SchemesKen tucky Contests A dispatch from Louisville to the Memphis Commercial Appeal says Music Is playing an Important pArt In the congressional campaign now on in a number of the Kentucky dls trlcts At every political gatherini In the State the candidates are at tempting to secure the votes of the audiences with the charms of music So general has the custom become since this campaign opened that the race in various districts has resolved itself into a fiddlers contest and thei candidates who can not play all the old tunes stands but little show ot se curing the nomination no mattei how great his power of oratory maybe But the fiddling candidates are re ceiving strong opposition Their op ponents recognizing that something bad to be done to counteract the charms of the tuneful fiddle have thought up various schemes to attract the crowds In one district a candi date who could not fiddle is acompa nied by his pretty daughter who is not only a fine violinist but Is also possessed of a fine soprana voice In another district the candidate to show that be is still one of the great common people is making his speeches in his shirt sleeves and barefeet In yet another a refined and cultured woman is making the lace for Congress on the Prohibition tlcketand is making housetohouse canvass in the wildest mountain dill trict of the State I In the First district the opposing candidates are George W Greenup ol Paducah Hon Ollle James of Ma rlon and Col Sam Crosslandof May field All are Democrats and are making a hard fight Although James is one of the most prominent Democrats in the State and Cross field has a strong personal following Greenup now seems to have all the best of the fight It he secures the nomination which is equivalent to an election he will owe his position to his pretty iSyearold daughter who Is determined that her father shall be the next Congressman from the First Since the campaigned opened Miss Lottie has accompanied her father everywhere he speaks she opens the meeting by playing and singing the songs that the country people love People come from miles around to hear her and the music of her voice and violin seem to be better votewin ners than Ollle James oratory or Sam Crosslands argument In the Second district the congress ional race has developed in nothing more nor less than an old fashioned fiddlers contest John F Brashear and W F Taylor rival candidates are both famous fiddlers in that sec tion At their meetings the speeches are cut short that more time may be given to fiddling and it is conceded that the nomination is to go to the best fiddler with all the Democratic voters ot the district fes the judges In the Tenth district which in cludes some of the wildest country in the State a young woman refined and cultured has accepted the Prohi bition nomination for congress and is making a plucky fight She is Miss Mary Burkhart the only daughter oi a wealthy lumberman She herself Is wealthy having over 100000 in her own name Although educated in the city Miss Burkhart is a resident of the section along Lone Wolt creek where her lather has large interests She is making a housetohouse can vass of the district alone on horse back She Is traveling through the mountains now spending the nights at any rude cabin which she may hap pen to come upon at nightfall The rough mountaineers are outspoken in their admiration of the dauntless manner In which the young woman encounters danger and hardship and although the temperance cause is not popular in the mountains Miss Burk hart will receive many Democratic and Republican votes as a tribute to her bravery- In the Eleventh district a unique race is on There are three candidates for the Republican congressional nom ination They are Congressman Vin cent Boring Col D G Colson and State Senator Ed Parker Parker is c said to be the biggest man in the mountains He is six feet and Jour inches in height and weighs close to 250 younds It has always been his boast that he Is one of the people He is making his speeches in his shirt sleeves Later on when the weather gets warmer he will make a housetohouse canvass of the district in this same lack of attire Ills post 011himla a copy A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Undor The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases Inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up theamucnous membranes causing to crack open and bleed The power a ful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same memo branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has tor many years made a close study sand speciality of the treatment olT Catarrh has attlast perfected a treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once butpermanentfly cures Catarrh by cause stopping the discharges and d curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted padsLThis wonderful remedy is Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely f low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to Its perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold b in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Souffles wllI saveyou it you nse it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a completet treatment which is postively teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send ton it at once and write lull particulars nato your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your cass without costto you beyond the regular price of Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address In tbeI United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Ed winD Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Phlladelpblae poemThe Barefoot Boy This plan has proved successful in getting close to the people and unless Park er is prematurely carried off by pneu monia he stands a good chance of winning his fight The Locust are Coming This is to be by far the worst 10 cust year experienced In this coun rtryness the sudden onslaught In twenty t States simultaneous ol the largest brood of seventeenyears locusts known Jo science This vast insect army numbering countless billions has been following in its ravages from the year 1715 since when it has never failed to reappear in the last week of May at regular intervals of seventeen years Wherever it appeared of 1885 the year of its last outbreak it Is practicallyanre to re appear this year The entomologists of the Department of Agriculture are thus able to forecast its field ot operations for next month The States to be involved are New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Del aware Maryland District of Colunbla Ohio West Virginia Virginia Mas sachusetts Vermont Illinois Indlt anaKentucky Michigan Wisconsin Alabama Georgia North Carolina and Tennessee Kentucky wilt snfier worst In Bar tin Breckinrldge Carroll Casey Da vices Franklin Jefferson Kenton McLtanr Meade Ohio Oldham Trimble and perhaps Fayette Hart Henderson and Lawrence counties Indiana will feet the plague worse than any State in the danger belt r Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Af ter Fourteen Years of Suffering I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatlem for fourteen years says Josh Edpar ol Germantown Cal I was able to be around but constant ly snfiered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was Immediately relieved and in a shott time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by all druggists The Scheme Worked Politics usually run so high in Kan laS that tel of its leading men findI time ion anything else Yet there are exceptions The story Is told of a politician out there whose wife one day asked him to dig potatoes in the garden He agreed to it After dig ging a few minutes he went into the house and said he bad found a coin He washed It oil and it proved to be a silver quarter He put it into hisI jeans and went back Presently he went into the house and said be hadI found another coin lie washed it off t It was a halt dollar lie piit it Into his jeans I have worked pretty hard said he to his wife I gods Ill take a short nap When le awoke he found that his wife had dqgI all the rest of the potatoes But she found no coU It then dawned upon her tbat she had been worked Elya Liquid cream Balm is an old friend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to anI atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and soothing properties ofCream Balm are retained in the new preparation It does not dry up the secretions Price inclodinp spraying tube 75 cents At your druggists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will rriajj it i k I SALVATION ARMY GIRL Was1 Brave Enough to Work In this Popular Liquor Resort Invited to Call Again I In a well known saloon where men town tire olten found as visitors remarkable scene was witnessed the other day on account ol which a group pf men present on the occasion will long hold a vivid remembrance of the time and place The persons interested most intimately In the were of remarkably varied sort he barkeeper and a small bootblack were miner yet interesting charac ers but of principal Importance were ourmiddieaged men of the well too and sporty class and a slender sweetfaced girl wearing the familial lue costume and bonnet of the Salva ion army The four men were seated about a table Their glasses were be ore them and it was evident that they were slightly in a mellow conditionOne the group was a prosperous physician a man of middleage eo quent dress and pleasant bearing iBis speech detplte theoftfilled glass bespoke a finished education Strang terst of all his characteristics this wan in his youth trained for the sa red office of the ministry A second member of the group was a business man formerly wellknown in the lty for his high standing In an aria- ocratic church Ills age was apparently in the neighborhood of fifty years 111was without doubt a thorough case of backsliding The others in the party were a middleaged man who was educated for the priest hood now a successful man of affairs and the fourth and least commendable a man with a family who had fallen heir to some 10000 which was blowing in as rapidly as his friends could drink This was the quartette to which he bartender was passing frequent drinks and by the side of which the little bootblack was busily plying his brushes over the surface of a pair ol boots It wanted only the appearance of the Salvation Army lassie to work a magic change In the midst of a hoarsley shouted jest at the barkeeper one of the men was suddently hushed by his companions Theres a lady here said one ol the men and laughter ceased and the revelers looked toward the door In he center ol the barroom floor stool the graceful form ofa Salvation lassie Two timid eyes looked inquiringly at the group of boisterous men as though wondering wheather it was safe for a young girl to approach near Her arms clasped a bundle of War Crys and her fingers moved nervously as she peered at the coterie about the table There was a dead silence in the room the embarrass ment seemed mutual Every bat was removed anti some of the men quietly leaned an elbow on the table to conceal the glass After a moments pause the girl noticed the marks of respect being paul her presence her timidity gave way Approaching the nearest of the men she handed him a paper with the re quest to buy The sound of her voice was marvelously sweet and musical for such a place A notices ble trace of somethings like conscious guilt appeared as the girl looked from one countenance to another The man who had been solicited to buy drew forth from his pocket a handful of money andselected a large sliver coin which he placed In her hand and received in return a small and s sweetly spoken Thank you The others also went into their pockets and paid h liberally for her paper She turned to go one of the group heone formally intended Jar the priesthood Sound his tongue again and addressed her uYou came in here to do good hi said standing with uncovered head and you must not go away without making tome Impression upon these drunkards I need something to make me better and I demand that you make an impression upon me be fore you leave i The soletul eyes ol the young wo man looked a thousand doubts and fear It was appearent that the situa tion was a trying one She had spok en to manya sinner but not under r such circumstances Seeing how ever that the men were not justing she plucked up courage and bravely stood her ground The little boot black had discontinued his work and sto od gazing at her Before anyone could guess what was cowing the brave young lassie prpved that she was equal to the emergency and despite the bartenders protests she dropped upon her knees and lifted her hands in prayer The men likewise knelt down and the bootblack looked into the upturned face of the girl and bowed his uncovered head The barkeeper turned away in anger but after a moment dropped bill head alsp as the sweet voice of the kneeling Salvationist asked heaven to bless him When she had finished there was not a dry eye In the house even the bartender shook the girls hand cor dially when she left and invited her to come again The four men declar d the day was not wholly lost In which they could meet such a woman Nashville Dally News p TRUTH TilE KEY OF LIFE Could we mount in the upper re gionsant gazeon the objects of tbls world I1S our a7lorvlf bka up POWERFUL MEN OFTHE EAST Ab llterntlotf explanation or their tndnoal Htrength The Secret of their Marvelous Vitality and Xprve Forte Jralouily fluardnl Women of the Harem Compound n Iotlon Who Rejarenatlng Effect an Almost Mlrac nlona anti Aatonlihlng the Mont Xkpptlcnl Til fondeat hnpeii of nnclent or modern seekers after the Fountain of Perpetual Youth ee u canfir hare aimed higher than the result achieved by the marrrlon compound know throughout the Eiut at EL MOKllll- lTrarellen returning toltnrop bare from tine to time brought aatonlahtnit talc of thervju renatlng enVcte produced by this Wonder of UK OrientCrudely compounded bj the Women of the harem tram formal handed down orally from generation to generation the ttretot ibis prep uratlon tnui Jenlpuily guarded nd how a onlj to thelninatee of the Harem and the Court Phy lc1nns EL UOKI1IK bin been practically naot talnable eiceptlng by the faToredone fur chum It was Intended Recently howerera prominent natlr Arnblar Iyilclan banished from his conntry for political bBenee and deprived ut lili vast poMMtlon has nralled hlmielf of kit knowledge to earn a llrrll hood befitting hlaatatloa by lupplylig this mar velona computed EL VIOKUIIt to the 0bllltT and wealthier clatwaot all Knrope who har cheerfully paid him large lees Inretnra forth beneftta received Content with the large Income derived Iron this practlceithui aged 1hyilctan bu rtltlltfodlr refuted very liberal offer made to him tot tin tormnla of hi Kemedy but be has finally gree4 with the Importing hose of THC NOTrfrFVLLSS LoxrAsr of IhUadelpbla to put It up In oon Trnlcnt form for aale eirlnilvrty In the United rltate nndthl flrm barlngtbe excluilve agency bOW otferalt forth lint time to the American public Till remedy met not be eonfonnded with the numerou nervous exhan tlon lout manhood and wlf Almi e remedies whlrhare dvertl e under a variety tit namee lie there I IIbIDtfoIr nothing which icleutlfle rbemlMry ha been ubli to produce whlrh cab even approach tlrlE- L UOKUIK a purely vegetable compound U tracted from rare tropical root and herb KLMOKBIRIaa nmedyforone peelRe poewblck Irto trnKthen the vital force and prevent decay In mn Its marTIooa effects la ar renting decay ac the vital a eprratlv In tht male unparalleled and never tailing and as lte me It universal all over theKaat when strong virile mea with large famlllei of deren dante are the rat lion must bo au doubt eltttri a to Its mdeey or benent to the general ye telllWblltt la abiolit epeellle aid poaltlvlj guaranteed to rut tie worst CM of nervous d bility lot luankood or similar weaknw due to eireMea or yontlitol error It is also n ed with the greatest eo cei III a Tltallter giving power to all weak parts and developing and maintaining the full natural rigor of manhood It I pat np for th American trade is tablet form cad though eitremely powerful It U tic fUT harmlr and eaally taken on tablet brlui a done and doing tta work at once and aoevl dently as to leave no doubt la tho mind or the patient It will car y0110 III to stay cured Erery package Sa opined and refnllyi mlnec by the importers and U thru re picked under tlral and guarantei to ears It will be seat prepaid under plain cur If with till and complete dlreitloni on rerilpi of the prle flM per pIikce or ill peikagei erMM AddMiTaa otwFcuttCouriurVtarkt all 14tk SW roIla on us and bear the untruthful words spoken to carry news of deceit from eir to ear and could we see thousands oi faces that have been cultivated to conceal the evils and uncharitable traits of the mind and soul we would feel that we were above a thorny bedI that was beckoning us to fall pierced by the tattling tongues and the envious minds of the world Many tongues have thrown a poisonous va por injuring innocent characters The effects of some have been total causing pure souls to sink to the grave where all power to retIcent that once blighted name is excluded and where that noble soul must in si lence weep Tho we are surround by falseness we may picture a land ol truth A land where all mortals know not the evil temptations and care not to govern the world Wouli l it not be Joy to behold the evils of the world sailing from existence and see Love Friendship Truth and Charity come to soothe the distressed minds I of the living and praise the dead Truth so essential to the beauties- and charms of tile is often met on the wayside by a train of evils and per suaded to forsake the path of right eousness and stray oH on the dart and sinful path that longs to lead some innocent soul to the depths oI untold miseries Row happy lathe little child that knows not the word sin and has not ytt cultivated its tender mind to comply its Innocence to the sins of the world He is cheer ful In thought and is not strainin C his mind to resist the temptation that face him announcing some fol ly the assassin of Hope and Truth Trough each of rultivationexperienc andlobservation he fails to recognize the tide ol shame and dishonor that crowds upon him therefore he joyfully plays and dreams of sweet mO ments that Time presents him from day to day tile is purified by the little loon plains pft truth that originate from morality Their sweet waters teak the tubst parching and decayec branches o1 life and irrigate and strengthen its withered leaves to bi prepared to bear the raging stormi that so often come in search of the weak Howweetsndpure would be life and love wer it not for the foun tame of evil that strive to overflow and drown the pure love that runs from the fountains of Truth Loc is crucified and it does not kindle as many celestial fires in mortal minds as was ordained Many departed souls have taken with them to the cold grave their love without once ever being awakened to the light of the world without ever realizing its value to mankind Today we ste laces looking cold and indifferent and within us create quite a sensa tlon We are filled with wonder and imagination at their sad expressions butln judging from nature the doors are open and such mysteries are re vealed when we consider the object of truth and love for without either happiness Is not complete Again we meet faces glowing with love and joy and most every thought entering the mind Is planted as a is e to growand make a flowery bed pi happiness on the face which expresses the state and condition ot the mind Artie Marie Wilson ouia Not Afford the Beer A teacher of a Texas public school L4 AO received tha IbllttWinB letter the otlisr dayi Sir Wilt you In the future give my son easier somes to do nilet This is what he brought hoam two ar three ntte hack If four galling ol bere will fill thirty to pint bottle how ninny pints and halt bottle will nine gtllns ol beie fill Well we tried and could make nothing ol it at all and my buy cried and laughed and ned lie did not dare to go b ck in the morn ing without doing it So I had to go and buy a krg ot bere which I could III aflord to do And then he went and borrowed lot ol wine and brandy bottles We filled them and my boy put the numbers down for an answer I dont krow wheather it is right or not as we spilt some while doln it K SPlease let the next some be in water as I am not able to buy more here I LateiryNewS A series which should have been n med The Enchantments of our Modern Aladdlnn it considered sole ly from the point of view of romance It begun in the May Cosmopolitan But these sketches possess as well a business Interest equally for clerk and capitalist for manufacturer farmer and merchant The man who would understand the drift ol our news in finance and business must read these lives so full of incident of chance ot hard labor and marvelous success As it is the series receives only the commonplace name of Captains oi Industry foch char acter is treated by a noted writer f a miliar with his subject Tho Most Common Allmont More people suffer trout rheumatism than from any ether ailment This Is wbooly unnecessary too for a cure may be effected at a very small cost GW Wascott ol Meadowdale N Y says I shave been fciHlcateh with rheumAtism for some time dnd it hasI caused me much suffering I concluded to try Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that It has cured mePor sale by alt druggists The Frankfort Farce The CourierJournal continues its policy of putting all the testimony ol the piosecution on the frontpage un der big head lines that exaggerate its Importance while the report of the defense is put on the inside with headlines that belittle or Wholly mis represent the case of the accused These cases are not political The whole case of the prosecution depends upon the testimony of men who di pends upon the testimony of men who declare that they were Republicans and most 01 them that they were in some sort of conspiracy to procure the murder of Goebel That many of the stories told by these witnesses are untrue is selfevident They do not agree end they freqnently contradict each other The prosecution does not try to demonstrate any acts but only to create a prejudice against the accused Thousands of people all lover Kentucky said that Goebel would be killed many said in substance that be ought to be killed and yet when just such an expression as was used freely by partisans on both sides is attributed to Berry Howard or one of the other defendants it is made to appear as a proof of his complicity the assassination InI The prosecution of these charged with complicity in the 1 bel killing the flagrant perjury which is not punished when thor oughly exposed as in the case of Bar her Weaver and the unfair reports of the trial published in the Courier Journal and Times under the direc tion of the notorious Tom Campbell who is working the cases under the inspiration of the 100000 hang and damn fund unite to make the Frankfort spectacle the most disgrace ful in Kentuckys judicial history Commercial filE- zEAcsia AMt I1KALIM- 1ftmr on- CATARRH Ii ELYS CREAM BALM tay and plallmto flee ContaIns no In Jurlon lingI- tbHiulckly abiorh ed ulrm Belief nt once It opens and Clrannea the Seal IftMnKe Allay Inflo matlom Ilealu and Protects the Membrane Refttorea the Hence of Taste ani Hmcll lArge Ue M oct nt Prutfglit or b mIL Trial clii 10 cent by mull EIV IUUTJIiiLSM Warren Street Sew York NEW THROUGHIBETWEEN tVANSVILLE AND CEICsCOAestablished for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee Evansvill and Chicago the line beirt via Mat toon 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