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WlIstbe aggressive itply1osl You never saw on the other tilde ol tile Atlantic any fog that could match the one which hangs over Jqn ilon t nl1ItIlag I Fojl came till hesitating be logged reply but the hesltntlon only lasted a moment and was followed by a llIlIIote ngKrwive tone anti man nero as the Irnte American crlwl Why thls Ia notblnc 9iupafd with Komeot tbeSogawe have around New York blborSettUlcs the foils so thick around there that its a common thing lor the captains ol the ferryboats to put ou extia crews situ ply to pump the log out of the cabins Why thrresn corporation organiz- Ing In New jersey right nOR to cnn American tog and supply the British ptople wth the real thlngpDaltl more Herald In Inclement weathtr the man who exposes him tlr bllt8 fur a severe cold in the head and usually gilts It And the cold neglcttd or improperly treat ed becomes nasal catarrh a dlseas aa obstinate as it In offensive Dont waste tlnie wihIIIdlchletbat dry find Irritnteihe tnerabrarce bntcure j oufielf speed lyrwlih JJIys Cream Balm the recocnzjd specific orca tirrh Price SJ cents Sold by drug gUt aiidbrRly Bohcrs 56 Warren hUett New 1Yr CASTOR I A Par and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of yi Oc Tragedy of the Civil War About a dozen miles east of liere Rays 4 Bardstown 1Yi special to the Louisville Tithes In a sequestered neighborhood resides Nathan Cole rain a childless widower ol advanced age and his maiden ulster who is sow past middle life The Coleraln residence is an oldfashioned unpre tenUous farmhouse situated lri the midst of a verdant awnibadow4d by heavyldlfaged forest reeMJPatsy Ceraln or AuntPatsy as she Is familiarly knownvtoher neigh bors nriIflaIYttiri refinement bearing traces ot a remark able youthful beauty She is very quiet and uhobstructlve and has not gone beyond the precincts of her oW1 yard for nearly forty years There Is a tragic history connected with her estrangement horn the world that would afford rich material fora thrill Ing romance In the spacious hall of the Coleraln homestead stands a clock an oldlash loned affair of the grandfather spe deL This old timepiece Is over a century old nod Is Indeed a quaint looking object with the smiling face of a full moon andu ship riding at anchor on a placid sea painted above the dial The pendulum of the old clock has been motionless and its elaborately carved brass hands have never moved a jot since a fateful sight In the year 1864 when it play ed an Important part in a bloody trig edy that broke Miss Patsy Coleralns beait and enveloped her life In n pall ol gloom that will never be lilted this side oi the grave In 1864 Miss Patsy Coleraln was considered one of the handsomest young woman In Nelson county Of au oldllne family wealthy In her own name she was naturally much sought after and had suitors by the score 01 course she had but one choice and that was Reuben More head a descendant of one ol Ken tuckys Governors who claimed Net ton county as his blttbplace YounI Morehead was an orphan who hat been raised by a neighboring farmer Patsy had known luitualt her lIfean4 had loved him as far ba k as she cod r lnemberi The warbroke out and Reuben took up arms for the North Then lollow ed sad days fjr the young girl Her father sickened and died and her only- brother wu In the far South battUJlg- lor the Confederacy Thus she was left with only the faithful negro slaves and a nephew lonely in his teensAt Ibis time the neighborhood was full ol guerrillas Sue Mundy and his gang were terrorizing that entire section and soldiers and civilians alike were falling at their hand Tile out laws were frequently at the Coleraln house and while Patsy had never suf leredany indignities toni them she was In constant terror lest the might One rainy night in April 1864 Miss Coleraln was sitting before a cheerful fire her mind busy with thoughts of her absent lover when suddenly the door opened and young Morehead attired In a hand some uniform stood before her Be fore she could vpeak the young officer caught her In his arms and showered kisses upon her blushing face A second later she broke from his embrace and trembling with fright she remonstrated with him for daring to leave his command and coming there alone The country she aRId was swarming with guerrillas and other enemies to his cause and that Piecing Thats a word which may not be lu the dictionary in tills elIse of iti me but wblch is in very common use in souls sections of the countryaShe alWlY piecing they say of the woman who runs to the cupboard at irregular hours and eats a piece of pie cake or tome other dainty This irregular eating Ia one of the chief causes of dyspepsia and weak stomach Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition are completely cured the use of Doctor Pierce Medical Discovery It Increases the of rich Blood and give the body vitality and vigor A year sro I was fccllnr badl irritca Mrs Uule Abram of ijS Johnson Avenue- flrooklyn N V iliad a very when I sat down at the rreoula not eat but would have to eoaway without even tatting the Chancing to hear from a Who uneti Uotdti Medical Discovery Ifa disease sImIlar to mine I thought I ire the medicine a trial I can hardly the benefit received from IU The Ant dow seemed to do me good My appetite reI turned and I was abljotatunproved ao much alone taking the Ooldea Medical DlKorcrr rdo Hot look like the same today will nod atreng the resultpnoDIAmr bottles or lr JjtfCC Golden Medical Dlacovery Dr fierce Common Sense Medical Adviser paper cover 11 sent free on receipt 0 at onecenttamp to pay expense bfV mailing only Audrest Vr V Werce Buffalo N Y 1R 111 If be was caught there his life would pay the penalty lIe soon teassnred her however and convinced her that he could reach his lines which were not far away without tile least danger to himself Happy to have hint with her she nestled up to him on the old sols and together they talked ol love and the happy times when the cruel war would be over and they would be unitednever to paL While thns engaged there came above the patter oi the rain the tramping of jany horses The lovers iica blanched with terror lor thy knew that enemies were upon them Going to the window Patsy rfawjyr the fait light of the moon breaking tbroagh the l6ud that which caused her heart to cease toI beat and paralyzed her every thought and motion The yard was filled with halfdrunken guerrillas When her ipeech at last came to her she turned to her lover who was now by her side and said In scarcely audible tones My God Reuben It is Sue Mun dy and his gang If they catch you here it is certain death Ob what shall we do By thin time the guerrillas were at the door clamoring for admittance Then it was that an idea came to the distressed girl Tbe old clock Reuben get Into that she oaid It Is plenty large and they will never discover your thereThe young Ulan lost no time In clambering Into the barrel of the clock and his sweetheart fastened the door Then with a lighter heart she admitted the guerrillas who wereI growling and cursing at the delayiFiling through the long the cosy sitting room they took seats and demanded refreshments Patsy left to comply with their demands but she had hardly left the dining room when she heard the guerrillas raving and cursing and the report of firearmsdback and reached the hall just in time to witness the murderous outlaws dragging the dead body of her lover from the old clock At this juncture attain came the tramp oi horses fbI lowed by more firing and commotion and then to Patsy came a blankaFore ks the girl hovered between llfearrdifeatlr rvfctltn to bntlflevco When the disease left her was a wreck of her former self When a she grew stronger they told her that she had neglected to conceal her lovers overcoat and gloves That the guerrillas discovered them and instituted a search for the young sol dier That the latter threw open thetdoor 01 the clock presumable the hope of making his escape when lie was shot and instantly killed About this time a detachment 01I young Moreheads0 command swoop ed don upon she guerrillas and put them toflgbt- This story reads like fiction but nevertheless every word ol It Is true As before stated one ol the ctorsI still live nndjhe pld clock with de faced rwoodwork and motionless ma- cbltieryptandsin the selfsame sport itdle on that dreadful night its brazen hands still marking the hour that the br ve young soldier met his ignominious death For Vonillpatlon IaceLron iutlleRrn Ideal remedy lox UdJeaaudchUdniiaaluipliaisnllolakeamlpei I feCUl I J 0 Keep the Balance Up Ithai been truthfully said that any disturbance oi the even balance ol health causes serious trouble Nobo dy can be too careful to keep this bat ance up When people began to lose appetite or to get Uredeullytbe last imprudence brings on sickness weak ness or debility The system needs a tonic craves it and should notbe denied hi and the best tonic of which we have any knowledge is Hoods Srsajmllla What this reed icine has done in keeping healthy people healthy in keeping up the even balance of health given it the same distinction as preventive that It enjjya a cure Its early use his Illustrated the wisdom the old say Ing that a stitch in time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strength and endurance Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Af tar Fourtoen Years of Suffering- I have been afflicted with sciatic rbeomatleut for fourteen years says Josh Ed par of Germantown Cal I was able to be around but constant y antlered I tried everything I could bear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a shoit lmecuredlUidlam hap py to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It la for sale byall drngglsts Xe p It Iff Yiur Horns And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of Lvon8 LAXATIVE SyRupIt acts gently but effectually pu the kidney liver and bowelswill keep your Item In good working order nu make your complexion clear fore by J TboaAlleo RoslneKy MR BOWSERS MOTHERINLAW I During the afternoon an exprera wagon had delivered various packages at the Dowser mansion and when he himself arrived at the usual Jjqurt Mrs Bowser could not fall to note the business promptly done here1 expression on his face According to her established rule she mnde noln qulrles to Interrupt the harmonyof- dinner but when the meal was over she carelessly queried rpld yon send up all those things this afternoon or did the man make n rn1takesenttlp some lime varnish wnU 1 paper dlslnlectapt sad moth destroy erhe replica But what on earth do we want with those things Mrs Bowser do you know what season oi the year this 1s1 It is spring ol course t I am glad to find that you can tell ihe difference between sprlngand fallIWe have just emerged from a longJ hard winter For four or five months the moths and germs and microbes have been allowed to thrive and mulI tiply without let or hindrance and at the present moment our bouse must contain millionsOf Ifyou will find a moth in this house I will give you all my pin lor a month she spiritedly at the reflection on her neat seas as a housekeeper- As I was saying he went on without heeding her there are mill ions and millions of moths germs and microbes There are bushels of dust whitewash oi last year has lost ts strength It is a wonder that have not smallpox typhoid fever weI berculosis and other diseases Providence teems to have been with us We can take no further chances however Providence has got to be IeIsWhat do you mean by prompt move- rI shall remain at home tomorrow I shall rip up the microbe infested carI pets fling the germ laden rugs out oCc the wiudow renew the whitewashing nd do a little varnishing of woodwork a ihavecleaning interrupted Mrs Dowsers she began to grow palefacedS You have had a carpe up a woman has come ic and dawdled around for a day with n broom andj dust rag he replied In other- syou have simply stirred up- hings and made them worse Right at this moment you are no doubt Inhaling thousands of disease germs with every breath Look at that call Millions of microbes bays attacked her vitals while you are denying theI existence of one The cat had been sitting up with 11J cocked eye but all of a sudden had fallen over and rested on her back THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards aro Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses NoWoakenlnaof the Nerves A Pleasantand Poal- tlva Cure for the Uquor Habit It is now generally understoodj that Drnnkness is a weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicat lug poison and destroying theI craving lor intoxatants Sufferers may sow cure themselves at liomeI without publicity of loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close ntudy 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 patter how hard a drjnker Our records show the transformation oi thousands ofDrunk ards into sober Industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II ChI dren cure your fathers I This rent edy Is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only ahd Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste BO that it can be given In a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person tak ing It Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy mure have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do notDe deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at onceand for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach oi everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost ing 26 to So Full directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra Sent prepaid to tiny part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept B Giles Company 2330 1and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid mtW with her legs in air and every leg wastwltching She often does that explained Mrs Bowser Its her way of laugh ing Oh it isl She sees something to laugh at does she Well shell be planted in the back yard within two dayslJwe dont disinfect the house I propose to eo at it at once I woke up this morning with a strange feel- Ing all over me and thats warning enough But I dont want any of those smells around she protested What ailed you was eating raw onions and herrings before you went to bed last night I told you theyd glveyou the htatttmrn ana nlghtm Ire The dock r opped In yesterday and and tie t qnyenlhliig about germiTBnd microbes If the house needed to be fumigated or disinfected hed Imve sardso That shows all you know about doctors He spotted the situation the instant he stepped inside door and he knew that it meant hundreds ol dol lars In his pocket If hekeptqulefI shall disappoint him however When I have finished with this house It will be sweet and pure us a tent on a moun tain top I will now take the lime down cellar and slack it for use in the morning and then I will proceed to disinfect Mrs Dowser realiz d that It would be useless to protest further and she went upstairs to hide her tears while Mr Bowser disappeared down cellar He finished with his lime in about half an hour end then broughtupa gallon jug containing a liquid disin fectant This he carefully pouted round the edged of the sitting room carpet and the first smell sent the cat cantering upstairs- Nocologneaboutthat be mused as he sniffed and cniihd but It must be sure death to microbes That cit must come in for asoaking before I get through Theres no doubt that ats carry germs around in their fur When the sitting room had been finished he decided that the parlor carpet ought td come up lie had ripped it up across one end of the and was bravely at work whin he doorbell rang As the cook was ut and Mrs Dowser up stairs he ans wered It He opened the door to find lan1lllar figure on the steps It wall his t otherinlaw If th re had been obtboutitbr gtingfluld dispelled the Illusion Phew But what on earth is that mell she exclaimed as she walked ih Ill bet youve been up to some your tomfool nonsense again Lord but skunks aint in It with this ufell trlm disinfecting a little humbly replied Mr Bovser- Oh you are Well Ill attend to your case in a minute Wheres Mary Oh there she is Mary Ive come to make you a visit of fur weeksMr Bowser went back to the farthest end of the sitting room and sat down and even when the cat walked to and fro in front of him and gasped and gurgled be didnt dare jump at her The motherinlaw CIIwe down stairs filer removing her things and after looking around for two or three minutes she stood with her headache and said I thought was about time for one of his outbreaks and Im glad I arrived in time Whats in that ug Disinfectant to sulkily replied Mr Bowser Well you throw It out of the win dow If you want disinfecting go off to a hospital Any man who will get up such a smell around a Chili tlan house ought to be arrested Out with that jug I Mr Bowser raised a back wiudow and dropped the jug with a thud Who ripped up this carpet con tinued the old lady as she pointed In lathe parlor did Theres microbes under It 11 Then Itt em stay right there Youll get hammer and tacks aridre place that carpet before breakfast Seems to me 1 smell fresh lime If youve got any around here dump It out Therell be no fooling while I am here Whats in that cant Varnish Take It away Vou can varnish the sidewalk if you want to but dont you go1 to fooling round with the chairs and things I wont have It Ive had my supper nod Im tired out andgolng to bed now but I want to have a talk with you tomorrow These carryings on around this House have got to come to a stop or I shall know the reason why You need a strong had you do and Ive got the hand At midnight Mrs Dowser slipped out of bed and down stairs in search of Mr Dowser She found him on the floor asleep with a big tear gust ening dti his cheek and the catIoak log nfhim and Wondering if itwas a gasi microbes or a broken Heart 1Qnad In Pennsylvania Grit caxtxABut- stb TtaWni Yoa KinAtap Batfii S aE4 r ALLEN IN WASHINGtON He Makes Excuse For His Part and Tells of Ills Lost Fame Private John Allen of Mississip pi was here the other day and visited the Capitol as a matter of habit says the Washington correspondent of the New York Sun While the House was in session and most of the members were in tleiraeats he stood nt the railing back of the desks and loolLd over the hall for quite a while lila lace Indicating thet he was thinking solemnly ajoiltJohnJ1J L I was just replied Al len ai 1 lookedover this house how in the world I stood itbeing a member of such a body for slztcen long years It wasnt ray fault The people kept insisting on sending me here Allen Is now and has been for more5 than a year a member of the national commission In connection with the proposed Louisiana Purchas Exposi tion to be held at St Louis and he draws as much salary as be did while in Congress to say nothing ol liberal expenses ExSenator Chandler of New Hampshire b s an equally good office on the Spanish Claims Commission and when he m et Allen here recently he said John it is a pretty difficult IhlugI for them to keep us off the Government payroll isnt It Private Allen tells this one on himselfI going home not long ago from St Louis and when the train was pulling into Tupelo and as we passed the place where Uncle Sa mls preparing to establish the fish hatchery I worked so hard to get for Tupelo a couple of young fellows noticed the men at work One of them want ed to know what it was He was told that it was the fish hatchery Isaid that other It was put thibagh at Washington by that man we bad In Congress for FO many years from this district but really I forget his name Allen says he slipped out of the car without saying a word mtJPqtyJ Mr TI Webb cased wh born September 7 1847 and died April 28 1933 aged fiftyfour years seven months and twentyone days He made a profession oi religion in the year of 1858 at old Salem church at a meeting held by Brothers Crab tree and Dadlson alter which he joined that church ndbIva consis tent member until Benlah church was organlzd he then attached himself to that church and lived a consistent member until God saw fit to call him home to enjay the rest prepared for him a house not made with hands eternal in the heavens He was mar ned to Palestine Shown December 33 1875 to which union were given eight children three sons and five daugh ters all of which are living and were with him when he crossed the dark river of death ecceptlng one married daughter He was a kind affection ate husband devoted lather and a good neighbor liked by all who knew him To knov him was to love him lie leaves a wife eight children one grandchild and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss A place Is vacant In his home which never can be filled When asked about dying he said he was perfectly willing togo that the way was clear and that he bad stayed in this troublesome world long enough Mouse in a Fish As a rule The Favorite doesnt put ranch faith In fish stories but when one comes from as reliable a source as we know Mn Wm Beall to be the rule no longer applies and we believe List Saturday Mr Beall went fishing He caught ten nice ones among them a beautiful trout of considerable di m nsloaR He came home proud of his pretty string and set to workI dressing them On opening the trout he was amazed at finding on its inside a real mouse of the bureau drawer variety and regulation size Mr BeaU Is a fisherman of oldhe fishes in Kentucky in summer and in Florida during the winterbut this is the first case ol the kind he ever encountered in his long career and be Is curious to know where the trput got the mouse Franklin Favorite T Kentucky in the Cabinet The reports Irom VmhIoglon as agnlng John W Yerkes ol Kentucky to a Cabinet position are cowing with a force closely akin to certainty and concerning a gentleman than whom none could be more worthily bonqred Mr Yerke is now serving as Cow missioner of Internal Revenue a p0 sition second in Importance to none in the economy of the government and the rare executive capacity and judicial mind be has shown in the conduct of the a flairs of the office hive commended the wisdom of his appointment to the fullest One ci the most scholarly of Kentuckian he r a a fSoneortbe most practical a politic al fighter he has always been but a polltlcatfigbleron the high plane of principle avoiding and bending all his efforts for the advancement of Re publicanism His canvass for the Governorship of Kentucky showed the stufFed which John W Yerkea is made and Kentucky would take to herself the honor which would be conferred qv the President In sum moning Mr Yerkes lo his Cabinet Yeats have passed since Kentucky had representative Irt the Cabinet but she Is none the less deserving of It and It U the merest justice to say that the glory of Kentucky in her sons who have ben In former Cabinets wouldbe in no whit dimmed by the summoning of John W Yierkea i yPieidjRoe1t oiHfiaiidlh- est he is competent ami hefim fle ljTflbTrustsTheadministration at Washington has pr dered to be made on the beet trust is havlngeeveral aorts ofconseqnenies which were rot foreseen nt the outset It Is inciting assaults on that COlD blue by many states Illinois Missouri Colorado and others It has I sent tbe priced beef down in some quarters evidently through fear of I the attack which is about lo be made In the courts Some of the attorneys of the big meat packers art beginning sllikelygeneral movement among the butch era in the big cities encouraged by the action of the Washington author ities to organize for the purpose of fighting the trust New York Chi cago St Louis and other large town a are moving In this matter and the prospect Is that all the other cities of any importance will follow this example There has come among be newspapers garding the alleged relations of the Republican party to the trusts All this Is significant but His something which was entirely natur al to expect The Roosevelt admin istration is doing on the beef trust matter just what It or any other Re publican national administration would do against any combination rnanIfeUvcpesitIogtopfltppriggandcippress nectlon of the trust with the recent large advance in beef prices has been made so plain that there is no any reason to doubt its complicity Prices have gone up from 10 to 36 or 40 per cent In a few weeks The shortage IB beet cattle has of course has had something to do with thein crease la prices but the shortage has not been great enough to warrant the extreme advance which has beet made The diminution In the sup ply has been taken advantage by the conspirators ai a pretext to pnt up Tales so as to make larger prdfita on the reduced stock than they uadt- on the larger supply of the earlier part of the year The trusts did not finddellngentalf on millions ol poor people Its sole thought was for the enhanced prOfitawhlch it saw an opportunity for gaining Here is where theRe publican administration has stepped In to defeat the plottejs It ought to be pretty well known to the American people by this time that conspiracies against the welfare have very little chancej of success when the Republican party is in control of affairs The trusts themselves tee the peril and they are showing their terror There is 110 doubt says one of the trusts leading attorneys that the govern men I will be granted a temporary in jnnctlod Itwouldbe Impossible for I1P1rtadcchave to be argued after we jiiave filed our answer which tuay bei sotnetjime afterward Thns the trunts agents are conceding the govern meats suc cess at the outset A wldejy different state of things would exist if the Dem Crane party was in power jn Washington The trust would hen know that even if any assault at all was made it could be defeated either through the superior skill of the trusts agents or through the timid ty or the corruption of the govern ments representatives The Democ racy has neither the brains nor the honesty to successfully piosecue a salt ol such magnitude as that which the administration has just started agalaat the beck trust The D mo critic featherheads Jia the newspapers and ilCpBgreM wjll beslteat bout the trusqueaUon for the next fe- wweekaGlDernocre4 YearsaAt the home of Messrs Lu and Gora Bonta ontbe Lexington pike Is an old colored woman who Is a 11 v lag example of the terrible fleets of slavery lehaa never spoken since her husband was put upon the block and auctioned off to Southern slave owner Verlohy years ago When be was torn from her aide she vowed c A MINISTERS BUSY WIFE IPoruna a Prompt andPermanent Cdrofor Nervousness S fasisas4I Ubesdquartsr Mrs Aan jTIcHkTty e rweat inper one of the leading womia UjJreJ Her Prfetdentvarsity at Lincoln Nb f fl In a letter written from ttt Sixty JtLMrsFlthartTllY toIerunaalived a very lift uwits and working partner of a busy minister my health tailed mG s few years agb I lost my huiband about the same time and gradually I seemed to lota health and My daughter U a confirmed Invaiiaand we both ehgrit need of an invigoratorIOne of my neighbors advised me to try PeruaM A bottle was Jmmedttte ly secured mat m great change took place la my daughters as well MM la my own health jOtfr ppctltf ime proved very grettty the Jlfcttlom teemed much helped ndrgsffiuI sleep soon Improved uso that wJeetaeil like new women I would not brf without Iereaa for ten times Ui cost3111S ANNA B PLERAUTY nerrotllpro byDrTonadl tnrbancei peculiar to lerwaatnever to speak until he was restored to her and though many years have passed and the custom of selling fan man beings like so many cattle has been abolished she still keeps her vow Aunt Susan as she Is call ed Is now between sixty and seventy years of age She Is n rather large mulatto and npt uncqr ety After theclofe of the clyU war bier Mrange silence cut her off from association with her kind lot they rcgajjdad her with superstitions terror and even the white people looked on her with suspicion W enbe slayes were freed but few people would employ her and she finally drifted Into the alms house and there she remained until about eighteen years ago when the father of the Bopta brothers had charge of the poor farm The pathos of her storyand her willingness do whatever task was put before her worked nf on the sympathies of the family and when they moved Irom the place they took her with them She has remained with some mem berot the family ever since and her devotion to theYrlends who belrlnded tier Is doglike and pathellc She sp peardo a kindly disposition generally only now ndtheitlheuanger- ed growing sullen and morose Strangers she shuns especially white ones stems not to tiust them and never voluntarily going near them The famly nnd neighbors have fared la every way to trick her into speech but haveailed although she has not lost the power of speech as she is frequently overhead talking to herself She never leaves the farm seeming to have tio Interest Itaont side things but she appears perfectly sane except for her vow ol silence and in case of sickness when she shuts herself up talciugeo medlclne and allowing t no one qcome near her It Is ajmost as If she courted death longinK for tbeII time when she Sill ereupltM tojier husband who wasJlol so many years ago and who has never been heard oi slnce some say ipg lie Wed In Missis sippi swampfeyer Aunt Susan Is an IndeJatlglble woiker doing the petlectionBut her peculiar vow has made her an object of curiosity and this she seems to feel most keenly keeping to herself as much as possible The other negroes eyenher fellow work ers have nothing to do with her and thus she lives a grim lonely silent woman broken hearted by that terri ble cutom that almost wrecked our nation Harrodsburg Herald p pThe diamond dfgglags la British Guiana have lately developed surpri singly Last week 18Ioostoueawere bronght to the port of Georgetown as the result ol five weeks work by the syndicate developing the mines 3 to Advertise all the time Dont think the 1991 advertisijig will do for 1992 alsa It wont There are too manyoyiejs pushing their business to give any one advertiser a cinch on the people lrlss Ojst of side oot pi mind Is a true saying entire ly appUcable right here7Sboe and leather Gazette I 7 j r I r t1 t= r ta U sulie It Silll = i 4oHartford Republican Ittati ftldant tit flit HarlfordPult Colnccrporalia ilitid it Hiittord poslllflulSmOndclasmliJ mittii rcC1no o c =Ioz1an o n A 1V == lOllS IIKMIY TUONAN Editor HRir AYMAY 9 KiiiNAiiiuo children for ransom is becoming a fail lMilors children are of couire exempt WK nbcorvu byiIeuer in the ITartfiwi Herald this week that Jake KowGiBBtill very drunk TnE8tkLouia Worlds Fair man agera have given notice that the fair has been postponed until 1004 THE Ohiu county divorco mills un like the mills of the gods grind rapid ly Observe m another column the grist fortho spring grind TrreState Board of Equalization baa increased the assessment of Ohio county four percent Ben should have done better for bis homo county MR RifJiioa friends will view with to alarm Jako Howes assurances of sup ly port of that gentlemans candidacy ly for the Democratic nomination for to Commonwealths Attorney ARCl8110l Corrigan died Monday at his episcopal residence in New York City Archbishop Corrigan of was one of the best known prelates in the Catholic church in America RETDBLICAJJS out in the State regret to see their chief organ so thor oughly hypnotized by a former Republican to leader who now occupies a conspicuous place in the back row JAKE says ho could beat Mr Ringo for Commonwealths Attorney With the solid support of the gamblers and tigers to start with Rowe would certainly be a formidable candidate THE Kentucky Preaj Association will meet at Oweneboro July 7 July 8 the Kentucky quilldriveri will leave for an outing in tho region of the Great Lakes If our delinquent subscribers will all pay up before that event we shall join in the trip BANKER McKuight who has been thrice convicted on the charge ot wrecking the German National Bank J has again been granted a new trial I tho United States Circuit Court of Appeals There is a growing popular confidence in McKnights innocence BRAn ADMIRAL William T Sampson died at his home an Washington City Tuesday Rear Admiral Samp son became famous as a party to the SampsonSchley controversy and bis death will perhaps terminate thatI quarrelof which the country is getting very tired THE Democratic newspapers are using barrels of ink in expressing their sympathy for the Filipinos Strange they have no ears to shed for the hundreds of American soldiers who have been brutally butchered by the bloodthirsty savages of Samar Democratic politics is a queer disease WE are surprised to see Common wealths Attorney Rowe out in a card saying be will not be a candidate for reelection It occurs to us that he owes it to bis own good name to seek a indication at tho hands of his con stituents He has been indicted for crime in every county in the district and has been frequently locked up in prison Surely he should seek a yin dication It is our opinion still that Jake will be a candidate WE want to call tho attention of Republican readers of the Hartford Herald to the slanderous cowardly and filthy assault made upon tho ed itor of this paper by that dirty sheet this week Wo shall not prove our selves a blackguard by replying in kind but it is due our self respect to say that the conscience stricken cowardly publisher of the libelous article did not dare when approached by ustin the street to de fend the infamy of its publication WE aro glad to indulge our subscribers a reasonable time when it is a real favor to them but we cannot let their accounts run on forever It takes money to run a newspaper and in order to collect a number of ac counts on subscription long since overdue we have listed a number of such accounts with a Chicago Collection Agency for adjustment We hope those whose accounts we have put in the bands of the agency will not blame us when the agent calls upon them and presses collection The agency into whose hands we have placed this business will canon you in person and employ such method as experts in this line command If you are long in arrears you may expect a collection agent to see you any day and may settle your subscription account with him or send it directly to us as you may prefer WE should have been glad to have sparedour friend the Herald the humiliation that must result to it from an explanation of that 3rdof May incident but it will not allow us to do so and here it is On a- r t = sunny Thursday luornlug early in Aprilwe suggested to a ipartr of friends in our office tbat it was nice weather for fishing wheu they remon strated that it was too cold for fish to bile whereupon wo oftercd to bet a perk of apples that we caught a fish before noon on Wednesday following The bet WAS taken and wo wrote at once tho 3rdofMay article Wednesday morning wo grathored our friends of the Thursday previous together and reminded the other party to our bet and then called his at tentlon to the Heralds essay on our hlrthday But what does thin prove queried the other partytto the bet It proves we replied that we have caught a sucker and won the wager The loser joined in tho laugh and spunked up the fruit- BOWLING GREEN KY EDITOR REPUBLICAN May 5Vour remark that between the treachery of bolo men war traitors often who by all the laws of clvi llzed warlareshould forfeit their live the ravages ol climate and the court martials the soldiers In the Philip pines were having a tough time seems Indeed true and you might add these the senile slanders ot coward politicians who are searching vain for an Issue upon which to ride In power TIs hard to accuse men like Lawton Roosevelt or ChnEfec or the men who with them could make such a charge as San Juan or mea ney or endure the violent campaigns the last few years in the Philippines tis hard to accuse them of aught but true manhood Being in the company office of Company I slat Infantry during several months in 1930 I had occasion read every current general order from the Adjutant Generals office down to the Regimental Headquar ters I found them all pointing to a most humane yet vigorous campaign against an Ignorant erring people That In so large a force there should be no law breakers would be fairly Impossible That some of these law breakers might e Colonels Is not Im possible But that American man hood should fall so low as these bald headed searchers for political Issues would have you believe is palpably improbable Mr Bald headed chestnut roaster please ring off lor a week JC B Naunhelm Guilty Owensboro Ky May 6 Herman Naunheim was convicted in the uponrzlement and and alteration ot the books of the National Deposit Bank The penalty is imprisonment In the penitentiary at from five to ten years The sentence will be passed In the morning and the length of the im prisonment will be fixed by the court Herman Naunheim was for a num ber of years assistant cashier of the Owensboro National Bank and upon the consolidation of that bank with the National Deposit Bank he went with the latter as teller In the summer of 1900 a shortage ol z000 In the National Deposit Banks funds was found In September following Naunheim was Indicted in the Federal Court upon six counts charging him with embezzlement and with the al teration of the banks books He was tried last September but the jury failed to agree The jury today was out all day returning a verdict about 6 oclock thIs afternoon Naunheim is a populai man and has many friends He hds been out on bond since his Indictment nearly two years ago He was found guilty today upon the filth count Ir the indictment which charged the embezzlement Jncoi The Bird Law The general assembly did not at the recent session as seems to be the general impression enact a law prohibiting the killing of quail lor sale purposes for a period of two yeais and prohibiting the shipping of quail out of the state at any time Such a bill was Introduced In the house and was adopted by that body but did not get to the senate In time to receive consideration there The only bird laws adopted wer house bill 57 the Henderson Audnbot Society bill for the protection of wlli birds other than game birds and their nests and eggs end the house bill 153 licensing nonresident hunt era a law similar to that in effect In Ohio and Indiana S Shot In The Head Mr David French of UtIca Is aura Ing a pistol shot wound on the side ol his head Some boys passed hi house In a drunken and riotous condition and tried to get his dog out so that they could kill it When the animal came out one of them fired at It and with his unsteady aim he missed It some ten feet and the bullet made n glancing wound on the side of Mr Frenchs head The wound Is by no means serious The young men will be arrestedoOASXOHXA B iri tb lbs Kid You Han Always Bought Blfiitvof ooJI Gov Davis of Arkansas has par doned a negro convlcjed of assault with intent to kill The pardon Is on condition that thenegro take up his residence In Massachusetts The Governor says he is moved to this action by the expressions of sympa thy for the poor oppressed negro which he heard in the North on a re cent visit tf 0 E f I 0A4P5N DEAD t Cerebral Henfotrhage Immediate CauseSurrounded by Ills Family Washington May 6 Rear Admir al William T Sampson itttred died at his home In this city at 5 oclock this afternoon The immediate cause of bis death was I severe cerebral hemorrhage He had been in a semi conscious state for several days and this afternoon antlered a severe ceie bral hemorrhage At the bedside when the Admiral breathed his last in were Mrs Sampson Mrs lieutenant Cluverius the Admirals married daughter Admiral Simpsons two young sons Ralph and Harold Sampson Dr Dixon the attending phys tin and nurses andattendant Mrs Sampsou has broken down under the severe strain and was quite ill all during the day and but lor the critical condition ol the Admiral she would have been confined to her bed The arrangements Jar the funeral will not be completed until tomoi row It has been suggested to Mrs Sampson that theJ naval cemetery at Annapolis would be a proper place lor the last resting place of the re mains while other friends have rep resenttd to her that he should be bur led In Arlington cemetery near this city Admiral Sampson resided in Annapolis eight years during lout years of which be was superintendent ol the academy there Mrs Sampson prefers Annapolis but the matter will not be definitely settled until tomor rowRear Admiral William T Sampson was born in Palmyra N V Februa ry 9 1840 lIe was appointed to the Naval Academy on September 24 1857 and was graduated at the head ot his class In 1861 and was commissioned lieutenant July 16 1861 He was executive officer ot the Ironclad Patapsco which was blown up by a mine in Charleston harbor in the Civil War- Admiral Sampsons last post wis AS commander of the Boston navy yard Convention Pursuant to an order of the Repub lican Committee for the Second Ap pellate District of Kentucky a con vention Is hereby called to meet at Leltchfield Ky on Wednesday June 25th 1902 at 2 oclock pm for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Judge of the Court ol 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 21st 1902 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said convention The basis of repre sentatlon will be one delegate for each 100 votes cast for McKinley and one for each fraction over fifty By order of the committeeN Chmn 2nd Appellate Dist Rep Com By T W SwEATT SEC v SULPHUR SPRINGS KY May 5The farmers seem to be delayed with their work on account of the recent wet weather Some complain of cut worms The health of the community Is goodMr Reed and daughter Mrs Igle hart of Smallhouse visited the family of Dr Miller of this place Satnr day and returned home Sunday Mr J D Johnston and wife visited the family of Mr Frank Wright 01 near Horton Sunday Mr Wright Is dangerously sick Mr Bethel Austin and wife of Ha run visited Mr George York If Jingo Sunday UNCLE New Trial For MKnight Cincinnati May 6The Unite States circuit court of appeals today reversed the case of McKnight from Louisville who was found guilty of bank breaking and embtzzlementat a recent term of the Louisville court A new trial is ordered OLATON KY May 6Mr J L Young left last Thursdaywith a carload of chickens for New York Mrs Molle Allen Miss Mary Dan leI and Mr Lark Young went ti Owensboro Sunday Miss Mary E Daniel Is dangerous ly ill of pnenmonja at this writing Mr Lewis and Miss Stella Daniel Owensboro are at the bedside 01 their sister Miss Mary Mr John F Allen of this place but who has been running a tan bark job near Hardlnsbnrg spent Saturdays and Sunday at home Miss Bertha Russell Is visiting hei aunt Mrs J B Cannon We are having quite an Interesting Sunday School at this placeMATILDA Town Marshal Kills A Boy Grayson Ky May 5 Owen Leedy a twentyyearold boy was killed here Saturday by Marshal George Davis- Marshal Davis undertook to arrest Leedy on the charge of disorderly con duct and Leedy resisted the officer Seeing that the young man was about to get away from him It is said Davis whipped out his revolver and began to fire point blank The people were greatly Incensed over the killing and talk of rakIng vengeance on the Marshal Davis claimed that he resorted to every pos IsIble means to put Leedy under arrest without a squabble and that be did not draw his revolver until be found It I IlecFFMrv P ri taIi It In sIfd liiHe claimed he did nut fire until he found that it was necessary todoso In order to save his own life He de plores the accuracy ot his aim and the death ol Leedy whom he was called on to arrest he maintains Id the usual line of his sworn duty Despite Marshal Davis assevera tion that he fired In sell defense the lading against him that he was too hasty resorting to the use of firearms has been accentuated by the grief that followed the announcement of Leedys deathand the high esteem he enjoyed this city Talk 01 violence agnlnttDavls is freely Indulge I m and the proposal to institute n lynching bee has been discussed by nrne 01 the deadmans friends Excitement over the aflatr is at a fever heat and may result in an attack unless cooler judgment prevails FORDSVILLE KY May 7 Q tire H number from our town went to Lmisvllle Saturday on account ol derby day Miss Nancy Smith returned house Monday from n short visit to Louis vllle and Hardintburg oilS Essie Piland who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J L DivMson for some time returned to her home in Louisville Saturday Mr Olla Cobb who has been sick for several days Is improving and will soon be at his place of business again with Wilson Shrewtberry the merchants Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain who have made Fordsville their home for several months will soon return to Irvington their former home to reside Mr Chamberlain Ii an engi acer on the Texas R R and he and his wile have many friends here who regret to see them leave Little Paul Ford who has been so seriously ill with pneumonia Is very much improved Miss Anna Gaines pent several days in Rosine last week with her grarlmother Mrs Railey who Is ill Miss Evelyn Ford is visiting In Louisville for a lew days Mr Lee Montgomery who has been sick for several days is better and will soon be able to resume his position as conductor on the Texas R RMr Lou Rogers who has been here for several days left Sunday night for Greensbnrg Xy Mr Rog ers has many friends In Fordsville who wish for him much success In his new vocation Mrs J A Mercer has been very sick for several day but is now much improvedMr Ford went to Louisville Monday The condition of Mr John Walker who is ill at the Norton Infirmary In Louisville is unchanged Quite a little electric storm passed over our town Monday night burn ing out a number of telephones and out two mile south of town a cow be longing to Mr Lafe Miller was killed lightningMrs Montgomery and little daughter Cathreen returned Sunday from a weeks visit to relative near OwensboroMrs M Smith has been sick lor several days Mr Sam Bedford of Owensboro will lecture here May 16 for the bene fit ol the M E Church Mr James Sklllman claim adjuster for the Texas R R with headquarters in Owensboro was in town lor a short while Friday Mrs Ed Morrison Is sick Mrs Annie Graham and little son Douglas from near Narrow are vsl ting Mrs C M Smith Dr and Mrs E W Ford and children came over from Hartford today for a visit to relatives here Miss Mabel Miller ot Herbert is visiting Mrs J P Gilmore Messrs Arthur Smith and Albert Morrison went to Wbltesville Sunday Mr and MM C S McElroy are visiting near Deanfield Mr Sam Wilson of Prentls was in town the latter part of last week Mr Frank Graham son of Mr J M Graham of near Narrows will leave thIs week lor St Louis where he has a position Mr S K Allen who recently moved here from Bnford has bought P C Coopers grocery and will take possession soon tMr W S Gaines was In Central City all last week- Applications are already being filed for our fall school The school now in progess will close May 16 instead of June 16 as was first arranged It Is easy to temporarily check a cough with the ordinary opiate cough cures but wben It is to be cured the root ol the trouble ousted one must have Ramons English Cough Syrup the old reliable Jut think of iii n positive cure for 25 cents m Fatal Accident Recalled Much discussion has naturally lot lowed the burning of the stamer City ot Plttsburg and rivermen are still talking about the accident Of reI cent years the worst steamboat ters have taken on the lower basibeenOhio On July 4 1882 the steamers Sclo to and John Lamar collided oo Ohio river near Mlngo and fifty rg tl- person810st their lives Tbe Scloto sank in only a few feet of water but a panic ensued on the steamer and many of the passengers who were Sunday school excursionists jumped overboard If every person bad reo I CATARRHThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco anti cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling n fin on top of the pot to make it boil True these give tcmiwrary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which pass off through the skin are thrown back upon the mucous mcmnbramicorinrmerskln producing inuauimauon anu excessive slow or mucus much hlch is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation Jreaches every part of thesystem involving theStomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becommies exceedingly foul bllnlllng heul1cilies are frequent the eyes red 4 hearing affected and n constant ringing In time cars No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the 5 clrcuI1uon nu orsensive matter anu VII II non jnmrc blood is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin active nil the disagreeable symptoms disappear and a permanent thorough i cure is cflect S S S being a strictly vegetable does not derange time Stomach and digestion but the and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical II advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application i TilE swirr SPECIFIC co Atum GO u mined on the boat no lives would have been lost It Is said that there Is no occasion for any person being drowned on the Ohio rivet above Cincinnati by rca son ot a large boat sinking unless the accident should happen during flood times Inquler Star Witness SurbIFrankford May 6 Auditor Coulter filed suit today against exSheriff Bronghton the star witness for the state In the Berry Howard case allee i og that he is holt in his accounts with the state to the amount of 46 0Ip A Wedding Tour Incident She is very pretty and no on e wonders that her husband is much in love with her unto this day but she tells tbls story ol a bad ball hour on her wedding journey- I was eighteen the said when I was married and had been engaged to my husband a year but preceding both engagement and maniige I was Sort ol engaged schoolgirl fashion tc another young fellow It was one olI those Int angible engagements that welt into thin air when the rent prince comes Lat fttvid rough while they last In this case my interest in the Oair cooled with the rapidity of t collapsing ballton and OB the youth lived in a distant city no embarrass ing explanations were necessary So I was married and the wedding journey included a stop of several days in a town on the Ohio river w hue we had a ci zy table all to our elves at the hotel It was at dinner one day that the patriarchal walter approached and asked it we would ob ject to another gentleman and lady being placed at aur Bride like tablejadded confidentially passed my chair In a moment he ushered to their places the other couple and I looked up to encounter my former fiance consternation and amazement written on every line ol his face Lacking the wit or wisdom of experi enced years dropped my eyes with out further recognition than rapid paling and flushing of countenance and he following my lead began discussing the menu with his wife The dinner proceeded in such appalling silence so far as I was concer ned as to fearly paralyze my his band and explanations were In order us soon as we returned to our apart ments Then bow he laughed and went in search of the rival couple on ly to find they had left the hotel Im mediately after tbe meal and we have never heard of either ol them since Baltimore Sun Wont follow advlco after pay Ing for It In a recent article a prominent physician says It II next to Impos sible lor the physician to get his pa tients to carry ont any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the small est extent he has but one resort lelt namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic constj patlon the most mild and gentle ob- tamable such as Cdamberlalns Stom ach LiverTablets should be employed Their use Is not followed by constipation as they leave tbe bowels In a natural and healthy condition For sale by all druggists ru S IAway back in tbe 408 before tcw were introduced coal was floated south In barges lasbed together in pairs and handled by from fifteen to twentyfive men each When they reached New Orleans the crews were paid off and would return to Pittsbnrg as deck passengers Most of mould get drunk and almost take pos session of the lost Upon the occa sion two or three crews of coalboatmen refused to pay their passage and defied the officers of the boat to collect it The late Capt Mose Irvin was mate on the boat He called the mud clerk downstairs to the deck back ol the engines fastened a hose to a big nigger pump and told the clerk to get his money Capt A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers are liver cure con stipationblllousnessdysjpepsla 25c AH drutf WaD moniucb or beuit a IxauUful I qwiiorrtchbIack Tbenpi 7 I BUCKINGHAMS DYEftnittlV I m toittMTt M P Hut A C4f fcUMU M I I 4 4 Mose warned the deck passengers to pay up or jump overboard and swim II ashore lie turned the hose loosetI upon then In full force and diove them back to the stern ot the boat like rats In fifteen minutes that crowd of toughs were not only nearly drowned but they were toner and every man of them paid his passage behaved himself the remainder 01 the tripe Capt Mose remarked Im from Pittsbnrg myself SHREVE KY May sFarmela ire quite busy with their work breaking ground and planting corn Whtat ard oats look much improved since the rain We have an addition to our town In the way of a new harness and repair shop Mr Richard Eskrldge late of Bloomington Ind is in chargeDied on April 19 192 at the home of his soninlaw Mr Taylo Murphy Mr James Riley Todd ir the seventythird year of his age Mr Todd was an adopted son cf Col Wm Todd a Mllltla Colonel In ibm early history of Kentucky Mr Todd was born in Meade county Ky ln 1829 and in 1853 he was mauled to Delilah Porter daughter ol Eq John Porter ot Grayson county Three children were born to this union Mollie married Taylor Murphy Su san deceased who married C II Walker and Belle who died In early childhood Mrs Todd tiled In l8S8 and he was afterward married to Mrs Jane Shreve wife of tho late lamented David Shreve ol Breckenridge coun ty Ky Mr Todd had been for many years a consistent member of Pleasant Grove Baptist church and when told by one ol his physicians Dr Godsey that he could not get well he ex pressed himself as perfectly resigned to the will of Him whodoeth every thing well Peace be unto his soul EB- TChildrens Fertilizer Thats a good name for Scotts Emulsion Children are like young plants Some will grow in ordinary soil Others need fertilizers The nature of some children prevents them from thriving on ordinary food Such chil I dren grow right 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specialty Mattings a largo 8 1 Wash Fabrics of nIl designs 9 4V hue at popular prices Sco and latest patterns Linen Goods at lowest prices J our elegant lino of Mens Shirts and Ties Prices it 41 VI on nil Goods gunnintcod to bo the lowest quality l 9 t 9iIf ou need in Dr GoodSj it t I lOur Spring Clothing 9UU 9 U U 9 J 41 For Men Youths and Boys is the largest most ish and best over shown in Hartford These Suitsk 5 aro mado of fabrics that will give long and satisfac it 41 tory service tho tailoring cannot bo excelled and tho 8U styles arc notably correct These Suits woro person 4 ally selected and an experience of twenty years in U 4Jj Clothing and Gents Furnishings enables us to ollbr Jjthese selections to our customers with tho assurance 41 that they are absolutely tho best and tho cheapest z Q that the market nfl rdslJo o 41 Bring us your Country Produce for which wo i Jj will as always pay you tho highest market price J t 4 1 i SAM BACH 9 9 it 9 9 9 4 4 Hartford IyU it 4 8 Now is the Time to Buy a E3tggY or Strrey S Ifyou want tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies nil made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky fCAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vofhicks per annumIF A AMES CO- cwoEbcDrQ Xv COLLINS SALOON EIABTFOBD eyHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO t Excursion Rates Biennial Meeting Knights ol Pyth las Sin Francisco Cat August 1214 On account ol above occasion round trip tickets will be on sale from flea ver Dam to San Francisco and return at rate of 5315 via same rout going and returning and 6415 going and returning via different routes Tick ets on sale Aug iy final limit Sept 30 1902 General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church Jackson Miss May 14 to 27lb 902On accpunt ticket will be on tale from Beaver Dam to Jackson Miss and return at rate of one for the ronnd trip r446 Tickets on sale May 1213 and 14th limited to May 30th 1902 forietnrn No stopovers allowed- S B VAN METBR Agt p THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrfceaWeek EdltlonAI most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly Tln fTMldtaUol campaign U over Lit the world gore on lat lb urn arid It In fall utntwi ToienrntMnwe mat tu It U promptly and Impartially all that oa have to do Into look lathe column of Tha TbrlcoaWcek Edition ol the Nw York World which cone to Ibaubc- rIber 1 U tImesayear Tbe Tbrlc wi Week dfllgenee niapaU Iliber of flftt news bai Rlvna It rlrrilrttlun whet ever the KoglUh luugnng le spokeuaud you 1111Th k World regular PArtI only f100 ptrjrar We uSer thlel unequaled newpBpcr and fat IHeiaULMMH to petbtr one year for fIAO regular subscriptIon price or Ihe two pa pree In t51- 5GO I TO CHINNS SALOON FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES BEER ETC CIGARS AND TOBACCO Hurdle Rye a Specialty LEE saaursORDuv CH INN f t ia ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY iKCOirollTKDI Talk being cheap andnecessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones t and build your own lines and be in J talking distance with tbe whole conn ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense If you aay so We connect with all In partlcularll Hartford Ky J uDl rad T hJhon rU AND r Telegraph COMPANY INCORPORATED iOperating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and twithStates and Territories has established an exchange inHaitford d surrlundIlug country They wish to service as comprehensive and valua i ble as possible and make a specialty livingin t distance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug store KyC Manager p OAST OH XADear h I dYGslisssAlwrn8s- stsIaazs j lIooJIcl T- Subscribe for THE L HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I 100 per year in v advance i 4 I 1 4c T f Attractive Specialties NIIt New Spring Goods4 AIIt15he ECONOMY L Dry Goods Ne I Store NS IiDress Goods rookefor Ladies Miases and Children Wash Fabrics in theJai est designs Clothing Also a fine lino of Clothing just received Now Hats Shirts now Neckwear now Hosiery in fact everything inow found in a firstclass Gents Furnishings department latest styles at economy prices ShoestJiOur Shoo department was never more complete Wo cant q give you anysizo style or price For early spring Drear L It wear ask to see our Ladies 275 Patent Vici This is a- Kf t beauty Also a fine lino of Mens Patent Vici nnd Misses nnd Childrens Shoes Notions Etc1 t1iingBfway Pins reliable Jewelry 1 etc Wo soIl tho W B Corset and g it is Hip best fitting Corset 111- 1110Millinoiy Our Millinery department is strictly uptodate All tho newest things to bo found Trimmed Tints to suit everybody young and old Como flint see our Millinery and you will find just what you look best in at prices to suit ev erylody Mrs Sara Collins Smith R T Collins Old Stand 4- r 1BiliousnessMakes r Chronic Invalids Wben th Uvula da4tai1ltod31twoftTha I Ibl bile nlen Ih blood I come eoMtSpttioa btliouaN tck budaeDt form I aII4 miUrU Tba only tnttistnl that SITM the Urn Jolt I Iha ngU touch sd uit Nttuni woil V be rigti- lmtnatrI 11 t D AMONS LIVER PILLS I LANDTONIG PELLETS Tbo Uyor ud tM pdteu W1M ss rIJIUIII adoeeI lot Jp ell r o t 23 t nu 114 0lea rout cue I ucmdlnglr Ud you s wtU bo will Uiora you bleb them M Staple free For ult it I all dealer 4 p ri Hartford Republican r1t 1FRIDAY MAY 9 po City Restaurant Big line new Fans at Fajr fl Nazareth waists for children at Fairs Tweddell makes good meal Try him tr frooqalli aKld Gl vcs B9C at 4 FairIWhite Silk Glovtstbe 1ateGt at+ A1 FaIraSEverything good to cat at CltyR II tS tAurant Rev Robert Carson ot St Toua Is In town Mr H A Stoni of Paradise was In town TuesdaySHV H HV WM City Restaurants Summer Ppen Ing Mayroth I5C quality black ribbed hose roc Sper pair at Fairs Mr N Barrass Tuylor Mines was In town yesterday Sherlfl Cal P Keown was In Hop U klnsvllle Tuesday j Dr J S Smith of McHenry was SIn town AVednesday Mr I ham Lfeof Sulphur Springs was In town Monday spi Dr S D TtOfor ol Bikver Darn X was here Wednesday Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restanrapt Splendid I CheeseSaufaseHanprled Beel on Ice at City Iestaunint f The nicest line of Fruit and Candles T In Hartford nt City Restanrantr i j New Ginghams at Pairs Newest clothing always st Pairs Mr K C flyers ol Olaton was In town Monday I See Pairs Millinerythe latest is always found there Mr W H Moore went to Rockport Wednesday afternoon Prof O M ShulU made a trip toI BUzabethtown Saturday Mrs Dr R W Ford and children visiting relatives at Fordsvllle Rev AJ Wllllsms moved into the Jno S Moseley propertydondy Mr Ben D Rlngo wile and children went to Adalrville yesterday Everything new in Purnlihlngs No back numbers CARSON Co Hats to suit any man In town CARSON Co Bring your Wool Eggs Feathers etc to PaIrs Highest prices paid For the best and cheapest Fertilizer call oil F M Weterfield Hartford Dr E W Ford is In Paducah this week attending a medical association Bring your flutter Eggs Featbers and Poultryoi all kinds to Carson Cos Messrs R R and Wallace Riley at tended the rates at Louisville Satur day S Mrs lofL Heavrln returned Mon day from a visit to friend In Owens boro County Clerk M S Ragland went to Owen sboro Sunday and returned JTuesdayv lAme Buggleg the best on the rfor ial e by A Ct Taylor jlortford Kr Tired Out I 44 I was very poorly and could I hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I tried Ayers Strsaparllli and It only I took two to make me feel perfectly well Mrs NSSwIn air Princeton Mo I Tired when you go to bed tired when you get tired all the time Why Your blood is Impure thats the reason You are living on the border line of nerve exhaustion Take Ayers Sarsaparilla quickly cured i =Ask Tour dottor whit 10 thliki of Ar lIau IK knows ihnitlhli grind 14 fimlly JIIo4tPlno rolUwkU ttilM and w WlU ba stdJ O ATim Co Lowll Mill Messrs Thomas Butler and Brlnton Grant of Shreve were In town Mon day Mr Carl Anderson has accepted a position In MrJ H Williams drugstore Messrs J W Ford and Dyer While were in Louisville the first ot the week Attorney M L Heavrin is attend lug Circuit Court at Calhoun this weekIMrs J Raleyrof Roslne who haaI been very sick for some time Is Improving Mrs J B Render of Morgantown Is visiting her sliterMrs B P Neal this week Sheer Organdies Paris Muslin InI dia Linens etc Sot commencement at FairsIMrs George Wall of Owensboro Is visiting her sister Mrs Heber Mat thaws this weekIMr CK Morris bought a nice harness of Co D Hudson of Maxwell MoadayINew Mattings Floor Oil Cloths Window Shades Curtain Swisses Curtain Poles at Pairs Our Yoke and Norfork suits will be the thing for little fellows CARSON Co Mr Sherman Vlck one of the most popular traveling men on the road was In Hartford Monday a Sheriffs T Stevens who has been raveling in the West for the last two weeke arrived home Monday Messrs II Wilt lama and Dyer White are preparing to put is glass routs In their business houses The bot spell is on the road How Ia your thin underwear CARSON Co Mr Thomas Bngler of McHenry rent up to Louisville Saturday to at end the races If yon buy your summer shirts here you will buy shirts that fitrCARSON Co Mr Everett Smith who Js attend ng school here visited his parents at eralvb Saturday and Sundayf Our 250 spring Neckwear is as isndsome as the soc kind most stores lell CARSON Co As a souvenir of City Restaurants ipenlng yon will get Soda Water Lemonade Ice Cream or Sherbet If you can find better hats for ft oo 250 or 300 you can do better thane can CARSON CoI Oaly one applicant a Mr Pierce af iltchfield was before the Pension oard at Its meeting here Wednesday Miss Bessie Bakridge oi Hardtns burg is here and wilt spend the sum net with her sister Mrs G B Will lama Misses Margaret Fulkenon and Eu ah Addington of Ceralvo will leave today for a pleasant trip to Bowling Green Alan A Dale won the aSth Ken tucky Derby at Louisville Saturday LB well as the applause of about 18000 Kentncklana Mr Cicero Miller died of bright disease at eatHorse Branch Tuesday and was burled ut the Salem church burying ground Wednesday Mrs B D Gnffy and dsrughter Mlrs Mercedes of Louisville who have been visiting Mrs Guttys lath er Mr B B Allen at Owensboro returned home Monday Mr Howard Bills who has completed a commercial course in Bowling Green Business College will leave tomorrow for Kansas City where he will probably locate Mr A J Wright died of pneu monla fever at the home of his father I near Dundee April the 23rd was about twentythree years of age and was a son of Caleb Wright We are arranging for a corpse of correspondents diversified over the county and are anxious to retain those already on our list but shall be glad to hear from tome of them more frequently Miss Maggie P vidson received quite a pleasant entertainment at the hands oilier old school patrons near Flint Springs Saturday night Mlis Maggie is a very pleasant young lady and an excellent teacher and is j ost ly popular with both her pupils and patrons l VS Black Penn doSole Silks for skirts at Pairs Mr Lee China went to Beaver Dam In yesterday afternoon Mr W II Duke Sunnydale was In town yesterday Mr T H Benton of Louisville was in town yesterday Mr S L Pulkerton of Rockport was in town yesterday Mr Sam J Baker of Patesvllle Handcock county was in Hartford yesterday We want to buyrrti1e wool in Ohio county Top price paid- CARSON Co County Attorney Barnes attend ed Esquire Grahams court at Dun dee Wednesday II you want to be proud of your lit tle fellow let us dress him up- CARSON Co Call on A Co Taylor Liveryman Hartford Ky or spcial bargains In Buggies and Wagons Mr C M Barnett came down from Louisville Friday and will remain here a couple of weeks Mrs A C Taylor who hadspent several dayswlth friends in Davless we county came homeSatnrday teInenables him to guarantee a fit- WagonsBnggleaPhaetons Surrles all other kinds of vehicles for by A Co Taylor Hartford Ky Mr Hlce Condit formerly office deputy in the County Court Clerks office here has located In Ontario his Oregon Price Domestic Shirting Cotton Fabrics of any kind then come to Pairs You will find them lower tile than anybodyIe toRgrind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Milt located southend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Mrs Nannie Richmond of Calhoun visiting her sister Mrs B J Hudson ty here Mrs Hudson has been to very sick but Is Improving ted Some ot the best and neatest dress ed men of Ohio county are walking N advertisements of R T Collins up to date tailormade Clothing Mrs V R Bartholemew represent- Ing Geneva Cooperage Company of IIvermore has returned to town after two weeks trip in the country was teWNo Creek Saturday of consumption forM Herman Sun dayInMiss Cartwright 01 Mt Vernon Indco Is in Hartford for the purpose of reor ed ganizing the Rathbone sisters an or ganlzatlon that formerly flourished his here Messrs J W Ford W H Moore and A D White have ipurcbaseda small pleasure yacht for use In Rough A fishing party from Hartford will will give It a trial trip next week R T Collins has already had a large trade this spring in tallormade He guarantees a fit from sam Ir pies selected by the customer And youd be surprised at the low prices M Dr A D United States 110Musbalhere Sunday to be he guest ofCol Cgt M Barnett Dr James will go out with the fishing party from here next weekteMr Truman Woodward son of Biqulre C1 L Woodward of Center and town who has been attending Centre College at Danville for the past three years graduated with high honors in that institution last week Mrs Kittle Davidson widow of Sam Davidson died ol heart failure at her residence near Falls of Rough Saturday and was burled Sunday in the burying ground by the side of husbands final resting placeI Mr Jas R Todd an aged known citizen ot near Shreve passed Into the great beyond April the igth at his borne near Shreve Mr Todd was about seventysix years old and his death was due chltfly to old age Sheriff Keown arrested Alonto Decker near Rockport Saturday night and brought him to Hartford and lodged him in jail Decker is about 18 years old and Is charged with breaking into Whittinghlll Whit tlngbilla store at Trlsler some time last winter TuesadytCity Marshal to give strict enforce ment to the cIty ordinance requiring the citizens of Hartford to clean their premises of any accumulation calculated to impair the tanataty conditions of the town eThe following named gentleman went on a hunting expedition In the flits west of town yesterday Messrs Rowan Holbrook W G Hardwlck James DeWeese S T Stevens REm L Slmmerman and Judge JIIP Miller We shall not report the kill It might embarrassthe hunters Have R T Collins to make your Clothing He takes your measure and has the garments mad lofit your especial figure an advantage you do not enjoy I1ttig readymade Clothing and for which you pay only a little more and get much the bestI goods See samples at his cold stor age plant Hartford l ad Mr Potter Palmer proprietors the Palmer House In Chicago the most famous holstery west of New York tlTe United States Is dead at Chi cago Mrs Potter Palmer who tins been for many years regarded 03 the most entertaining in America was born at Woodbury in Butler county Ky and Is a cousin to Mrs W R Bean of Dundee Mr Jno R Phlpps has bought the sawmill property formerly owned by Mr J W Pord and will odd a planing mill at once Mr Phlpps la one of Hartfords most enterprising business wen and he will no doubt make a success ot the rough and dressed lumber business in which he will engage I Prof Hardln Craig a former stu dent of Hartford College and a broth erof Mrs T L Griffin has been added to the faculty ol Centre Col lege of Danville Ky Alter leaving college here Proi Craig attended Centre College and afterward won a f600 prize In Princeton College N J Prof Craig will visit Europe this summer In mentioning last week the treatment ol Mr S A Andersons little soa fpr asphfxation of the lunge failed totnentlon that DrSaJ Wedding assisted Drs Stanley and Ford In reviving tiie little fellow af he was apparently dead This of couire purely on oversight and no neglect oi Dr VEddIugwas- contemplated Mr W B Newbolt a farmer living about five miles north of town was horror stricken Tuesday afternoon when he came into his yard and found little threeyearold baby toying with a copperhead snake The little fellow was evidently having great sport toying with the dangerous rep handling it as it would a harm kitten Mr Newbolt cautiously the snake from the child and the serpents head Deputy Sheriff Clarence and John Keown arrested J W Dratcher at Coflman Saturday on a charge of il legally selling liquor in Butler coun Capt J G Keown took Dratcher Morgantown where he wax commit to jail At the same time and place the same deputies arrested W Cox tot a breach of the peace for which he gave bond for his appear ance at M rgantown Tuesday Mr Jno R Walker of Fordsvllle died at the Norton Infirmary Louis ville Wednesday night and his body brought home for Interment yes Mr Walker had been a suf for some time from tuberculosis the bowels and went to Louisville treatment about ten days agog R Walker was one oi the best in itt the Western part of Ohio YL ang his dealbwlll be mourn at by a large circle of friends Trig RnrunuCAN extends condolence to bereavedwife The Hartford Fishing Club composed of the following well known citizen will go on a fishing excur Ion down Rough river Monday and be gone several days Col C 1- M Barnett Dr AF Stanley lessrs j W Ford W H Moore FM West rfield Willie Moore Marin Bean T H Black and S A Anderson Dr A D James of Louisville will go as the guest of Col C Burnett and Judge A II Ander ed of Hopklnsville will go as the ofDr AP Stnnley SUmmer Opening You are respectfully invited to at the Summer Opening oi the City a testaurant Hartford Ky May loth try our Soda Water Lemonade Ice Cream or Sherbet free ot charge GROSS WILLIAMS Pro- prFARMERS Three carloads of the best Fertilizer on earth Ox and Armour brands received at T 1 Turf cy Cos Hartford and they are selling it at prices that make it go See us before placing your order We can save you money and sell you the priieWinning Tobac co Grower having taken all first and second Premiums at OwensboroKy Remember we are go ing to ve large prizes for the best Tobacco grown with our brands of Fertilizer at our next openingYours for business T JTURLEY CO Notice The catup of Sons ol Veterans will hold a call meeting at the court house on Saturday May the I7th All members are requested to be present there Is very important business be transacted B Q CiiAMBRnuN Capt W R CARSON Put Sargt p The pet pig which bad been conald ered one of the crew of the dilated City of PU burg Is alive and well The pig wit one of the spectators to the horror which followed the burn ing of the b tVheu the fire gained good iieadway the pig jumped overboard and swam ashore and then run around otrtbe bank watching 14 a L4 = n The Small of the Back That Is where some people feel weak alliho time They aro likely to be despondent and It Is not unusual to find them borrowing trouble as If they hadnt enough already The fact Is their kidneys are weak either naturally or because of sickness exposure worry or other Influences I am thankful U iarM wriUi J L Campbell or Srcamtr III that Udi Sariara rllla Iou cur 4 wi Vr namy year I WM Iroubhd with kackaeht At tlm i I wu M bad t bU to b htlptd tram th bed or cbalr am now well and trooc anl tree from palaw Wbat this gnat nidlclo did tar Urn It has done for dU- stHoots SrprlllPromises to cure and keeps the promise Begin treatment with Hoods today events and remaining In close touch with the surviving menbers of the crew A negro rouitabout took the animal to his home in Kentucky car rying it under his armCourlero- urnal4 The Divorce Mills The following divorce suits have been filed in the Circuit Clerks of fice here since the March term of courtVena Clark vs Geo B Clark VlrgleStognervs William Stogner- Elmore Simmons vs Josle Sim monsRachel Calloway vs James Callo wayRndle Duncan vs Asa Duncan Robert Decker vs Margaret Decker T P Seay vs Emma Seay Louisa Ransom vs Filmore Ransom Susan Norris vs Aretns Norris Aug line Hathaway vs Chas T HathawayJno Simpson vs Nannie Simpson 0 Best Wire on earth 240 per 100 wt atT Jo Turley Cos Hartford See us We can save you money In County Court Dan M Duncan qualified as guar han oi Annie L Williams and W and Agnes May Duncan with Co P keown as surety- C D Wallace qualified as adminis trator of the estate of J W Bowen deceased with J W OBannon WB Porter and N C Daniel as sureties G W Martin R C Taylor and J W Fleener were appointed appraisers the estate oi J W Bowen deceased C MEverly etc filed motion for e new road Jno MDlshop William Yddlngton and C L Woodward were appointed commissioners to view the proposed route and ordered to file report at June term The will of Jas R Todd deceased probated and ordered to record Mrs Mary Murphy was appointed idminlstratrlx ot the estate of Jas R Frodd deceased I A Musical Genius Zachary Taylor Aiken a sixteen caroM musical genius was arraign before an inquisition here Monday djudged of lyisound mind and sent to tbe Western Kentucky Lunatic Asy urn at Hopklnsville Such Is the enalty genius has paid for existence In all ages and countries With only cigar box some scraps of fencing wire and a crooked stick Prof Aik en as he very appropriately called himself broke the quiet stillness of the morning air with notes never vrnng from a musical Instrument be ore But cruel officers whose ears me not attuned to music thus dl vine laid violent bands upon ahlmI and the matchless niarvelouiaon of iong Is locked In a madmans cell Prof Aiken only a few days ago or the first time ventured from his parental hills of Butler county Galileolike Prof Aiken dares to let his genius shine through grated bars 0 Mrs S R Hammack of Hammack Ky writes With pleasure I recommend Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets I have used them ray Belt for several years and can testify as to their efficiency in sick headache and other troubles peculiar to our sexI The entire Treatment for only 250 m To the Public It was decided sometime ago by Pres ton Morton Post NO4 G A R that we would not have any jothofMay exercises this year and it was so ad vertised At the post meeting OB last Saturday It was decided to coun termand the foregoing order and have the regular jothofMay exercises which will be held at Shinkle Chspel church on the joth inst Rev Jenk ins will preach the memorial sermon on that day Sons of Veterans are Invited and expected to attend Ev erybody is invited and a good time Is assured lAS ASIIUJY Com IIndustrial Development Not only wage earners but the public at large will be Interested In knowing that within a half a century the output from our factories has Increased in value two and onethird times In the same length oftime by the number of wages earners was multiplied by five and onehalf and the wages by ten The most rapid- rate of increase both in the nuwber of workmen In wages in prodnctaad in value thereof was during t the 4 J 5 = I EVERYBODYS STORE Wool Wool t Being tho largest handlers of this staple in this county anofalways paying tho highest prices tho market will stand having a stock of Merchandise from which you can select anything you need at unquestionably low prices makes our store the most advantageous place to sell your Wool v Millinery Goods jr Our second purchase of Newest Shapes and readytowear Hats has just arrived and we aro showing this week an en tirely new variety of shapes and trimmings Dress Goods Department FabricsisIlnoper yar n White Goods at from 6c to 25c per yard Silksand Woolens in endless variety You are compelled to see this line m order to appreciate its immensity and cheapness Carpets Rugs Etc Spring cleaning must soon begin A new Carpet must be bought A few now Rugs must replace tho old ones Lace Curtains to bo had Shades for tho windows White Quilts for the room A new Couch A now Wardrobe Now Chairs and Rockers New Stand Table and Cover All of these wo can supply at a very reasonable cost to you Isit0 not to your very matorialadvantago to buy where you get the best service largest stock and lowest prices V- Wo are showing quite a sample line of Brussels Carpets from which you can select your patterns and wo will have them cut and made ready to go on your floor Ifyou want Brussels look through our line and if wo dont save you money dont buy v Slippers Slippers I Our entire line of uptodate Slippers is ready for inspec ion Strap Slippers li25to 200 Oxfords all solid 1 to 250 Misses and Childrens Slippers 50c to 125 l LOAD UP your families come to Beaver Dam and spoIl 4 Qno day supplying your needs from tho great store of E Po BARNES BRO decade of 18801890 Minneapolis Times a Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ot Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catrrh CureI FJ Cheny Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe his perfectly honorable in all business transacting and financi ally able to carry oat any obligations made by their firm West Trnax Wholesale Drng gists Toledo O Waldlnsr Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo fHallaCatarrh Cure is taken Inter sally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best Miss COHveattoi Pursuant to call issued by the Sec ond Appellate District Republican Committee of Kentucky the Repub or Ohio county are hereby called to meet In Mass Convention at theb court house in Hartford Ky Saturday June 21 1902 at i oclock p tn for the purpose ot selecting delegates to the Second District Appellate convention at Leltchfield Ky June 25 Each county will be entitled to one delegate for each 100 votes or fraction over fifty cast for Wm McKinley for President In 1900- NICHOLAS BAAKASS Chmn LooK at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you alt owing on your subscription It may seem a very small item to each one in arrears but tho sum total amounts to a considoral sum and we need it in our busi ness Dont put it off but pay it CASTORIAOMMafiuati and Children Til m Yii Haw AIwa IqkI Dears tU dLffj+ 4 aignataroofWESTERFLELD KY0 tt May 6Present prospects indicate R very light wheat crop Oats are l okingwellOn Mr N L Buttons barn was coaubyrfie Loss about 200 with insurance Farmers are botliered considerably with mule bnyeM koff buyers cattle buyers tobacco buyersievery kind ot- bayera And everytkla to so high y = and we are about to contribute the cause to a Republican administration Mr Ed Massie recently sold over fooo worth of hogs and another neighbor has been ofiered 50 per pound for a of cattle Mr C W Moseley has returned home front a Western trip Mr Joseph Music ot Owensboro who has been visiting In this coma mu nity for the past two weeks returned home last Thursday Mr Charlie Tanner of Adshbnrg visited his uncle Mr G W Maddox last Sunday X 0 Lyons laxative Syrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its effect it acts gently on the kidneys liver anti bowels cures con stipation bllioutbeM tick headache clears complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child ren as as adults Forssleby JThos Allen RostneKy Greatest BeefEating Nation The roast beef of old England loses all its flavor now that it is learned that the United States Is the greatest eating nation la the world Our per capita of meat consumption Is a third larger than that of twic as large as France two and one halftime as that of Russia and Ireland and six times as much as Italy Cleveland Plain De- alerHead= acheSick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgic headache Catanhal headache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds are quickly and surely cured with DR MIL- ESPainPills Also all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr MUct Pain Pills are worth their weight iQCold Up Mr W D Krea war 41 l Aikantai Kan The cur4 w wife St chromic headache when nothing else would Dr Miles Palm Ptll drtt away pain u U by magic I am n Ttrwith out a raptujr think ererreno ikwild kctp then handy Ors or two takea on approach of hesdcbc will prctent It JOHXWK CUcic IlL Through their ute thousands of people have been enabled to at tend social and religious tune dons travel cbjoy amusement ctcwith comfort Asaprevcn- tativi when taken on the ape ptoacla ofa i attack tkcy we excettentS 1ISBt Mttos MedIcal Co EIkIiiItIad 1- Ai 5 a t j I t Ot t q P 1 r i Hartford Republican A FRIDAY MAY 9 Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo Table Xew time curd taking effect Sundny DM f nUll at noon Non Is llnnnil Niinlh llnitmt- Nu 131 due BJ7 a lu No ISI duol117 n in No 1W lIanl i m No lul dqe TAJ p in to Nolttduel30p No 131 doeS4Bp m L41t1t EiIghIi- o ldu 7Uinm No lltt doe S1I i m 8 II VAXMCTIR Agent to uMS tThEH ALL tk IMLS Dot Ootihi jrrup Taitci Onod CM lor In tIme HnM br druevlrta JNSUMPTJON NEXT MEETING IN JUNE ly County Superintendents and the Next Kentucky Educational Association Hon H V McChesney State Su perintendent of Public Instruction ad dressed the following to the various County Superintendents of the State lo The County Superintendent Is the vitalizing animating professional spirit of the tcliool work in every as county in the State if his adminis It tratlon is vigorous forceful and pro gttsslve it will tell in the spirit of his teachingifhe fiats criticism and de- generatesinto lu a tfmeserVer his teachers to will perhaps unconsciously ab sorb some oi his professional debility DO Nowhere in all the professions and pursuit of civil life is intelligent capable leadership so necessary os in the public school work The marked dUoal ference in the educational ppirit counties lying side by side emphasizes this The cause Difference in leadership hhip more than hall the counties of the Commonwealth there is a new general in command What the result wjll bewecan not yet know but the signs are good lu the earnest hope that they may help to make results justify the promises these few words ol counsel are offered The essential qualifications of a county superintendent are literary ability common sense tearless devotion to duty and the true professional spirit of his work The superintend c its possess the fir t ol these or they would not be holding certificates ol qualification we need not concern ourselves as to the second and third II the Ijrd did not look after these it in too late to remedy the delects but the last is largely a matter of cultiva tion the superintendent can develop it and we are willing to take the res ponsibility of saying that the best possible way he can bo this is byat tending educational meetings where he touches elbow with those who are able to strengthen his filth revitalize his energy gave tone to his courage and help perfect his ideas The dis cussion ol the various problems that confront him by those who are wrest ling with them like himself helps him to a correct solulon A council of war is as necessary in n campaign against ignorance and vice ai it Is in a campaign against material enemies These premises and observations lead me in conclusion to my text The Kentucky Educational Asstoda Hon Its next meeting will be belt at Lexington beginning at two oclock p m June 240 1902 The president nnd the other members of the Execu tlxe Committee are bending every possible energy to make this the greatest meeting in the history of the association und report Irom them are that the prospects are exceedingly bright and that we may expect such a gathering of the clans at historic old Lexington as will Inaugurate a new era in matters educational The June examination will be out of the way the July examination three weeks in the luture the institute season not open it will be to hot to fish to ear ly to take vacation There seems absolutely no excuse for any county superintendent to remain away unless it be for financial reasons and the low rtllroad rates largely simplify this II iw many county superintendents will he present The author of this article is having a special badge made lot county superintendents He will have 119 of them at Lexington No Loss of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diatrhoec Remedy for hatS and would rather be out ol coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morning H R Phelps Plymoth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the thrash ers were able to keap on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by all druggist m How the Justice was Called Down- A familiar figure in Washington is the lion John M Harlan one of the Supreme Justices ol the UnltedStates nays Harry Giovannoll in a letter to the Danville Advocate Justice liar lanas Is known to manyIs a na five of Kentucky related to the Boyle county Harlans and is a son of Old Centre He also chews tobacco like a Supreme Justice and expectorates like a Kentuakian In Washington a per son is not permitted to expectorate In the street cars but it seems that Jus tIcc Harlan did not kno v this At any sate he was rdiig in a Holly cart ifii1 other day absorbed 4n though andaWg wad oMong Green and in unguarded moment 4ec6rated the floor ol the car in n manner becoming WORTHY SUCCESSOR L Something Now Under Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases Inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the to mucuous membranes causing them crack open and bleed The powerful acids used In the Inbalers have entirely eaten away the same mew branes that their makers have aimed cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has many yean made n close stnda and hpecialily ol the treatment nl Catarrh lisa at last perfected n tieat went which when faithlully used not only relieves at once but permanent cures Catarh by removing the cause stopping the discharges and cnrlng all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the iifllicted parts In This wonderful remedy is known as Souffles the Guaiantted Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary its perfect use Souffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized the only sale and positive cnre for that annoying and disgusting disease cures all inflamatlon quickly and permanently and is also wonderfllllyp quick to the neadtlCatarrh when neglected often leads Consumption Snuffles wit save you it you use it at once It is ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively guaran teed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if ueed according to the direc which accompany each pack Dont delay but send for it at In once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you Will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding pourcnsa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure- S nt prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia his Importance The car conductor heard the noise and noted the result lie then glared at Mr Justice Harlan and said savagely You musnt spit on the floor of this car cause its agin the law growled the conductor All right young man I have a high regard for law said the Jus tice and the interview was concluded The conductor resumed his ticket punching in blissful ignorance of the Identity of the outlaw and probably as indifferent as lie was ignorant oi the average Wa hingtonlan is ustd to greatness and is seldom awed by an exhibition Invitation to Suicide Allen Coswell one 01 the wealthiest and oldest farmers in Collax township near Ruthetfordtown North Carolina has made preparations for one ol the most remarkable suicides on record lie has sent out printed Invitations to a number of friends and relatives Inviting them to a dinner to be held at his house four miles from Ellen boro on June to The dinner will be served at u oclock Promptly at J2 oclock Coswell will give his guests an opportunity oi seeing a man take his own lila Just how Coswell will commit the deed is not stated but it is understood that he will shoot him sell at the tible alter the repast has been concluded II He Kept ASwimmin The other day In New York a man named Bole bad an experience that it is better to read about that toga through lie was working at a man hole when tbe ladder gave way He fell into a sewer and was carried for more than a mile under ground in a a torrent of water that ran like a millrace in absolute darkness and deluged with mud and slime and all manner of filth lie was dashed against brick walls wellnigh overwhelmed with dirt that was emptied over him from side sewers and finally he was pitched into the East tlvtr and was fished out by a bargeman Boyles lawn account of the matter is inter esting and the chief act is be never gave up I kept aswlmmin was his succinct way 01 telling it and eVe en when he found himself In the mid die ol the Est river half unconscious he kepta swimniln One must confess a good deal of admiration for H man who under such cI cum stances in about as hopeless a condl Lion as a human being could possibly find himself should still keep in the game Womans Home Companion r Message Went Wrong The art of buttermaking has been tbe novel means employed by Mr Ora McKinley of near Russlavllle Ind to aid him in finding a wife Young McKinney placed a small wooden toilet box containing a hair pin a bottle of choice perfume and a note In tbe center of what was sold for a pound of golden butter The butter was bought by a NewGondon huckster who sold it to one of the first ladles In the town In cutting the role of butter she discovered the toilet box in which was a note which read followsNear Howard county Ind April 151902 Two miles south and onehalf mile vest of Russlavllle is where I live I am a young man a housekeeper poultry raiser gardener soapjmaker and butter maker I tr this project to get an answer and tose where the pound of butter goes this paper and see how sweet it is perfumed Write immediately who ever gets this Yours Respectfully Mr Ora McKlnneyRusslavlle Ind A SLEEPING PREACHER South Carolina Negro Said to Deliver Discourses When in Sound Slumber Major Perry is an illiterate midst fortyfive years old living In Sa linda county says a Columbia S C special to the New York Tribune When a young man he says he lelt a call to preach but disregarded It lie seldom goes to church and is not religiously inclined About ten years his wile says Petty began to preach in lila sleep Sermons became more Influent until he now preaches five or six time n week lie goes to bed about S oclock and within H halfhour begins to preach He first announces his text chapter and verse tIle liibte correctly after which he reads the text always just as it is in tie book lie then lines out and signs a hymn and prays after which the sermon begins Perrys sermons are declared by white men who beard hlme to be betttr than tbe avenge negro preacher lie is grammatical and logical and he talks ham forty five minutes to ore hour in delivering Sometimes in the delivery ol the sermon the muscles of his body es of the arms and neck con producing a cataleptic condi Lion This stops the sermon The attack lasts a minute or two and is usually driven away by the wile who rubs the muscles When the tendency r to catalepsy is gone he resumes his discourse beginning exactly where he left of even though It wasn the middle ol a sentence At certain times each u umer Pery holds protracted services sometimes getting pretty loud a characteris tic ol his race At these special timese lie delivers two sermons and invites mourners to come up to the altar He takes a short recess between these sermonsPerry cannot be convinced that he preaches in his sleep The best class of white citizens visit his house in the evening and physicians have vainly endeavored to awaken him while in his abnormal state They have pierced hits mucles with needles lint and even burned cotton between his toes but without success The burns cause great pain when he regains consciousness and be is easily awak ened after ending his sermon During the time Perry is preaching it Is an impossibility to stop himI He has on on several occasions gone to church fallen into a sleep or trance and interrupted the service by beginning to preach forcing the preacher in the pulpit to desist People who know most about tbe negro declare him a pahchological marvel and deserving a scientific investigation The neroesare divided in their view Some think Perry is being punished for not obeying the call to preach when young others that his power comes from the evil one and that he has been conjuied Others think he is a fakir and is real Iy awake all tbe time be preaches and only feigns to be asleep No thank you said the fox to tbe sick lion I dont think Ill come in I observe that all the footprints about the entrance of your cave point inwardThat is easily explained replied the lion As I am kingot beasts it is quite natural that my subjects should walk backward when leaving my presenceIThe cxplanaton secerned plausible enough but the ox had his doubts Judge Berry Howard has been declared In nocent and a mojority of the people of Kentucky believe there are others under indictment for tbe killing of Goebel who are just as innocent as Berry Howard II Dont Get Rich Papa The children ol a certain family during its ptoptrity were left in the nursery in charge of servants When adversity came the servants were discharged and the parents lived with the little ones One evening when the lather had returned home after a day of acxlety and business worry his little girl clambered on his knee u OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys DnhealthyKlineys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body pases through your kidneys once every three minutes a out the waste or Impurities In the blood II they sick or of order they fall to their work Pains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It to considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys bufnow modern science proves that nearly constitutional diseases have their begin nlng In kidney trouble If you sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys This mild and the extraordinary effect Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing bases and Is sold on Its merits flf1Y1e yourblood ter are out do be all are of Dr rn2v sample bottlebimaiiUOlllut swampBoot pamphlet telling to find out If you have kidney or bladder tr6uble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamfon NY HOUSEWORK Too much housework wreck woo mens nerve Ant tho onstant core of clilldron dnyand night 11 often too trying for cvenn strong woman A luiggnnl taco tells tho story of the overworked hoiuowlfo and mother Deranged Icucorrluca and falling of theI womb result from overwork I Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her mcnscic and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WiNE CARDUI is doing this far thousands of American women today It cured Sirs Jones and that Is why shet writes this frank letter I Glendeue XT1eb 10 1901 I amK glad thai your Wine or crdut la helping me I am Ceiling better thin I I hare felt for year 1 am dOIfdmown work without any I WMbed lat week and was not on bit tired That fhowi that the Win li doing me good I am cettlnt fleshier than I ever waa before nd I and eat hearty Stators J began taking WIno of Cardot I used to bare to lay down five or six time ererjr day bat now I do not th1nkoflytndown through tbeday alas Jest f100 AT nHUOCHITM 50 diS sd ittiIt 4rIf IrCtettMMOt 1 UdM Co O IIUp nsa and twining her arms around his said Papa dont get rich again You lid not come liitn the nursery when you were rich but row we can come around you and get on your knees kiss you Dont get tich again papaA II man whose wealth keeps him from his Limily sleep health rect ca tion or the time to enjoy the legiti mate pleasures ot life is managed money WHISKEY125 PER GALLON Ment on thIs PUJNT ntul mml fur prlvnta jtrlre Wrllr toiiiotoii iIs CI UlnwunNf Lowest price Whisky House URIER JQUNAL 2 A TIMES WEEK 1 J 04 Times a Year The Tiviri i wiiit fmniinuJ- OLUVAI U the best paperpublishedle the Inltwl Htntm for IVniorrnti nod fur All rradrn It Ii theequnlof many milieu and the nperlor of nil oter XemMVcvklln ur Weikibe Il nrr WHtlmon Kdltnr The WeOawdnjr tune U derated to ITWN mTTiUNthe tatnrday betui I derated to the ILYIE Sample eoplea ent tree on Appli cation Adilrme rut coLlieS Elii IIIlt JAI CO loorl rllle Ky liT special nrrnfgrncnt you ron the lIE IllllllDAN nnd the zstlcJAtlIlcsI- UlIIEltJlIItlI5AIC both one year rut only Blno This U for eiuh nhxrlptloni only All anb acrlptlona nnder thU romblnatlon offer meet lie sent tbrotiKhtTllf IIlIluIraI dike SouthernRailway Through El ht lItSoather Htnt- MKENTUCKYTENNESSEK CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLTNAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 04C3 JlllM Three Daily lnlnaDetween lnnla rllle und l ilnxton obmrrntlon Chair fiirn Trnlnelcare und arrive Uinlnf Illefroni Seventh Street Union Heuotconnectinu wit 4tmi lbs- llIlooliCenlrnIItnilroadani L It ForUtornatlonaddreM A WiKDOXl JtTAl 4th Are lonlrlM- rWullTiTLOIAnlitnntO P A Ix nl rllle She Fainted The New YOlk papers Mouday con tamed long suit pathetic accounts ol a volunteer organist nt n Catholic church known as Miss Kate Tedford HicVle who nltfr playing through the service Sunday Minted Irom hunger She claimed rot to have eaten for a weekor mon Charitably disposed persons went to her nwlstance and then the newspapers begged for finan cial assistance for her Alter a neat sum had teen rnlecllt developed that the woman wnt not Middling from tht pangs of hunger nor any other rungs hut that or mime time past she has been rnciRcd In ytvernl lawsuits most of then against Roman Catholic priests She is about thirty years ol age good looking owl well educated The money donated for her relief was at once returned to the contributors It also developed that the woman was none other than the patty who was In Louisville three weeks n o last Sunday and was Innnd on the side walk at Sixth and Zinc streets kneel lug in prayer She had registered at the Waverley hotel under the name ol Miss E Kay She was taken before the chief of police who ordered lien put aboard a C O train and sent to New York where the claimed to have fiend That was the last heard of her here until she turned up last Sunday in her hinting stunt after serving as a volunteer organist Commercial Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences Irom it She says Our three children toik wbojping cough last summer out baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy thej lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whoa parents did not use this remedy Our oldest littler girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Jessie Plnkey Hall Spilngvllle Ala This Remedy is for sale by all druggist in CAST nrABnnthslie RInd Yin Km Knn totft BfutuH4 ATTENTION WOO In OKfiinlmro tall on Hni t litilnn ilmkr li l nrr ilrnlitht WhUklui Appl sad- Ieaeh llrnnillM AScot Frank Frhr ItnwIiK Co Jug uitlrr will nvrlro lnonlt nitration TIolt UOO Whlikry In the State Wm CUSHION Owensboro c 1 CU II PK OCT HKWITT TALNAUn by 11- e00 Her Frank DeWItt Tnlraatw and luumcliiU rOltur of Chrlntlau HeroM Knljr book ntlonrd bjr Tnlmnjre family Knoruiou profit fur agent whuctiulktJ Outfit t n rentn Write lion e dlttrly to lllAHK A en 833 M till Ml PlillnileliililH IM Urntlon this par h LINE BETWEEN lYANSVILtC 4- NOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Kvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and tbe road from Evansville to Mattoon lormerly a part 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of dnmthank to your treatment I nil uovr gIve 705 a full hllOry of my case to be at your discretion About re years O n ear began to slog and this kept on getting worse until 1 lOSt yhcarliiElnllilicarcutlrclr a treatment or cat lDr three month without ucceaa coniulud a rum berof phydclana othera the moot cnXnent eqr nxc1altsI of tlila city who told roe tlm only ail oi eratlou could help me cud even that temporarily that the head noises would thou cease but the licirlntr In tim affected ear would be l ItI tutu iawvour odrUtnt acci4etitaily In a New York paper aDd ordered yoortret- inertI AIIr I used it a few daJ according to the itoisca I ootYlIt ieweek III heatin In the oIotoI ear Issa bent evttthiyrcitorcd I thank you bcantiyaudbcgtorematvz Very Iml7 COOrS I A WURAN 73 sDroada7 Daltlmore ltd Our treatment does trot interfere with your usual occupation advicefreeYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOMEatiuontlnal INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 696 LA SALLE AV CHICAGO ILLS oJ e a u I ItOfllCtt 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