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A THE lLffiTJIDtD REPUBL C N Ii Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOFFlrUOUAH OF m U TfnnSE rODEIHCONSRESSIONALDISIEICI Subscription 1 a year VOL X3 HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 16 1902 JNo43 nu POWERFUL MEN OF THE EAST AD UUrMllDR Kiplanmlun ot tbrlr Itiuiinl mrrbKtb r TlmNrtntollUflrilnrrHou Vllnlltr sn4 Km Forre Jiulund Itmrdrd Wuuirniil llarrmCurapnanil Iolloa Who Ittfurrnallnt KU1 art Alnioit llliw utoui and AiluaUhlig lb UiMl kPLltIeaI Th looilrat hiipni ut nurlnilor niMlcra nvkrni nllr total of IVrjvtiial olbInImrrHv hat almrd hlibrr thin nchlTfd Iij the nmrvtUiu romtound known ttmiDKhuil lb Kail u Kit UOKIII- IlTrnrrllrnrrtinilnKluEirap bar from timiIn time brought ailniUblir InlM ul the Ttnatlaic HtrtUiirodacvdby tbU Wonder of the IrlrtCroJflr eon oondrdby the Qmcmpt til lUtnifrem foraalu baaiM JonaorMllrorj Itineration to ircnrrntion the mrt ot lUU prep aratloa thus jMloulj lfUroIed mud known ouij Ui the lumutm of the harem end the Court Vbjr Mull Kl UOKIIIIl ha Un prnrtlcallr unob lalnnhl 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rvmrljliriu pulfle puueIMM alikh Ulii trrmtlhta the vita force ir1141t der7 Ii 11cm II nirn4u pet ii ar rellni dwflv i the itai ilarll r rrliillr la IU inaUMa aaiuirallrlml aid cmrer lalllnir and a IU niwl aulitmal alt urer tbIaatwbret- runL vlril nice with Unt laiaUIr ul drrra dial tn the role tben emit be no doubt Htbee Mtolu ffld aryor l oat tu the geweral eye I cliitarmntic4 ii cure the cliret cli 11 nirvana Mllljr mel suacbiuolis tlmllor wrakuim dI I11kIHWP Id all wnik Iarl and dfTriupliiK end aialtaluln tN fill natisiatylgor umuboudtlIt U pat op lor the Amrriran tfttadiiM aid doug the work at our and o cc i ilutljr a to lfltraa doilt I the oiled of patlrnl ItwIllrnrayoDKia la tajrtnml lbbiyryimtkaehupeeiI niidearehuulyeianslnedc Importer when lfUrnto rr vllhfull and compile illmtloaiua mrlpt nl the rk Item r or eui bhlaktSAs Seen From the Locomotivec Tbe rtmlhlscint t ed neer was truing on a pile of ties watching his grmt infilne team up11 when lie WXH nuked to recount pome lad ronnrrttil with lilt long ex a perience un turner lWeflil leplletl the engineer U you could see with my eyes the things that I hnve een thnuuliont 30 years ol running mi engine ou would wonbe IIplle1driving alone toward a railroad cross 1Ieets attention to It The driver will then whip his team into a run crossw the track jutt abend of the train and then stop anti watch us pass bIThey simply take desperate chances to cioiii ahead of us while U he hada driven atone nt the rate he was goings when they first saw the train we would have gotten out of their waIIbelore they would have reached thetcrossing This thing happens many times In a month and causes more o accidents than you would Imagine It Is no use to try to make a jury believe that It was the fault of the teaml ster of course When women and children aretabout to cross ahead of us we are scared every time The woman willy stop it lew feet from the track turn around to watch us approach she will target all about her smaller children and while abe watches us come along the little fellows walk right along on the track Ninet times out of 10 whete children accomt pinying their parentaxire killed by the cars at crossings It Is because they parents w watching the train stead of the children One tit the worst fools with ThlchI we hnve tn deal is the Idiot who will try lo stay on the track Just as long us i owjblr lie will pretend that he does not hear the train and of courses we know that he does Just as we get right on him hewill jump tp one tIde spit laugh So many idiots will treat us this way nnd we make and den stops so many times only to beI laughed at by the pinhead who did its that we finally conclude to pay no attention to it stud then some unfor tunate Creature pays the penalty for all their foolishness Ol course the villagers say that engineer on engine soandffo wMjhe cause of old Mr So nndSobelh killed on the tract near town weA thc real cause of It hasr beeq that a number oT their smart young men and women bave been C continually doing jf tall Uieold man rattbettne he was caught Anoiher kind ofa fool Is that one who will get out of his wagon as the train approaches leave his wife to hold IheCllpba while he gets as close to the train as possible In order to get I a better look at it 1blsla almost a dally occurrence and while the team become unmanageable and runt off I tii with the wagon and family the fool husband waves his baud to every man In sight on the train only to look around alter tile train has passed to tee his children scattered over the country Another Idiot that Is pretty plen tiful is the OLe who puts things op therall nsils and small lion articles and the like Of course little things like that dont amount to much with in themselves but Children wljl see that tone and bear older ones tell of Itand after while some little fellow puts on a large thing and a wreck Is the result The idiots who have been n the habit putting small articles on the rail could not be made to believe that they were the primary cause of the wreck oh no but thejr arr jvst the same Iran across a fool just the other day that seemed to be something new At least It was the first time anything like It was ever played on me It was at a blind siding when ur that train did not stop and he wanted to stop us so he could get on An we pulled in sight of the switch was a man with hisloot apparen tly caught In the frog This was a horrible sflairs and cf course slowed down and stopped Just in time to save the poor fellow only to have him langh an Idiotic laugh arid make a run or the coachers My fireman WAS a big plucky fellowand I sent him aUerI he idiot I held the train Just 20 8Cronds and you never saw so lood come fiom one maus nose in your life The husky fireman pounded him would throw him up and kick him au be came down ahoy ti his bead In the earth twisted his leg and bent his neck sideways lIe will not stop another train In that way There is a farmhouse near the abont 200 wiles out from wher start One day we were late and was making about a mile a minute down the long hill there when a lit tot about 3 year old stood up In e he center of the track and started to- oun away from us I was right on It fore I saw it The fireman saw thedhild at the same time Nothing earth could save the darling and I knew it bnt I selitd the whistle and lew it like a crazy man at the same moment reversing and opening the- ewide To my amazement a alf1 frightened bjtbc whistle jatap into the middle ol the track anddlooking hack at us as they will do for a few lett ran square into the tot and knocks it clear of the rails s the call Itself went under the en gine Come sow Jtm yon have hugged it long enough get da and els be gotng was the first words I understood liter I saw the little fellow tween the rails I gave the child to q mother who had come screaming rout the house near the track p- weiveCardinal Points to Success The following twelve rules says an exchange will cover cardinal points of- ordly success Be trntblnl no one but a coward ies De boldit your character and body re spotless and clean nothing cap you Be carefnl a careless word or act coat yOuayears work or a tile ime of sorrow qulckYOlican use a minute btit 1nceBe ponrd a ponrd man cannot be1 mean A mean man bus no right to liveIBe honestcredit Is the only pre on honesty Run in debt only when necessary and not then unless 1 ou know how you can pay Love yourself ifyon dontyou can not love anyone else manfully Accumulatethe moreyou owe the wore power you will have Never look back you cant help he mistakes you have wade Dont lke any more Dont think ot what vou have achieved but of what ou may accomplish Do what you can do besta man who was born to mako clothes pins never succeeds In making pianos Life is to shott to do two things Make your clothes pins better than anyone else It is the royal road to ccessoiGrow If you can make pianos dont make clothes pins Be ptogtesslve make every hour count you can never live that hour again Who Was It An exchange pertinently asks the following questions Who sympa thized with you when your lttle girl was sick Was It your home mer chant or was It Sears RoeSnck Co Who carried you when jou were out of a job and had no mane Wat Montgomery Ward Co or was it your home merchant When you want to raise money Tot tbechnrch or for some needy person in town do you write to the Pair store in a jars way city or do you go to your home merchant How much do Slegel Cooper Co give to keeping Jipjthe sidewalks df the town or paying ministers salary When you were sick how mapy nights djd Hubbard Spencer Bartlett sit up with you nn When your loved one was burled was It Marshal Field 4 Co who dropped a tear of sympathy and uttered the cheering words or was U your home merchant What War Meant To Grant and Stride Gen Otant anil Gen Sherlden were not brutal were not cruel or bloodthtrstybut theyfought to accom push an end By orders of Gen Grant Gen Sberldea wament to the Shenandoah valley to checkmate Farlya move ent and make Impossible the sus tenance onus army Iere are some pi the orders Aitg T 62864Allme citizen under fifty can fairfy be held as oners of war K not already soldiers they will be msdeso the moment the rebel gets hold of them U S GRANT Aug 26 1864Do all the danger to railroads and crops yon can CarryI off stock of all discrlption and negroes so as to prevent further planting If the war is tip last smoother ear we want the Shenandoah valley to remain a barren waste US GRANT Nov 9 1864So long as the war asts they must be prevented from another crop both here and as high up the valley as we can control U S GaANS In his Personal Memoirs Gen Sheridan In commenting on these orders from the man who madel mew arable the reunion at Apponia tax says He had rightly concluded that it i was time to bring the war home to a people engaged in raising crops from a prolific soil to Seed the countrys enemies and devoting to the Cooled racy its best youth I indosed the I program in all its parts lot the stores f meat and grain that the valley pro ided and the men it furnished Lees regiment were the strong est auxiliaries he possessed in the whole insurgent section In war a territory like this Is a factor of great Importance and which ver adversary controls it permanent ly reaps all teadvantages of ItproidHea eaI have said Grants program for I do not hold war to mean simply that the lines of men shall engage each other in battle and material intereets be Ignored TItle is but a duel in which one combatant seeks the others life war means much more and is far worse than this Those who rest st home in peaceband plenty see bnt little of the rors attending such a duel and even grow indjBerent to them as the strug gle goes on contenting themselves with encouraging nlj who are aljle bodied to enlist in the catse to fill up the shattered ranks as death thins them It is another matter however when deprivation and snflerlng are brought tojthelr own doors Then the case appears much graver for the loss ol property weighs heavy withb most of mankind Death ls popularly considered the maximum punishBentot war but it 4 nqt reduction to poverty brings prayers for peace mo czs r 11andI more quickly than does the distinct e on of human lite as the selfishness of man demonstrates in more than one confiithIThese are theJessona in war the American army even byonegeratt civil strife These are not the 1wtpassioned utterenceo of men stirred by the battle they are the de liberate convictions ol menibow1ien- wAr ceased were the first to feed Jbe hungry and to encourage the indus a trious to replant their fields In this school snd jinder these was ters Gen Merritt learned the arttbe mastery and the mystery ol war and what he learned then of th ese men GcnMenltUtied In vain to teach Sen atots Carmack Patterson Teller and Rawlins These DemoctatlcSenator n search of nn issue would not harklen- Dnt the people will barken and theiparty that at a time such ns this Itself on this platform of and obitructlon and seeks to IlIcnlI cate cowardice ss a national vlrtnre AmerlcanIarmy party will be giound the powder 4party once great cannot with Im punity listen to the counsels pi politi cal guerrillas whosejiecessltles would stifle the voice of jiatrlotlsni Refused tP Actjs Pallbearer General Miles to be one of the pallbearers at tie funeral of Ad what Sampson IJrwas invited by Secretary Moody to represent the armyjILbekieei4 proper that the ranking officer 6l the army should be present as well as the ranklngoffi cer ol the navy Admiral Dewey bat already accepted r General Miles refuses to discuss the matter and be gave no excuses aA THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards aro Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Woakonlnct of the Nerves A Pleasant and Poal tlvo Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that brunkness is a disease an4floj weakness A body filled wIthpolsonj and nerves completely batteiCCIby- parlodlcal or constant use of tox- Icating liquors requires an antidote eiadlcatIngcraving lor intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at nc without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Hotiie Cold Cute which has been perfected after many jear of close tody ai treatment of inebriates The ialUi nI use according toairectlons of this wOnderful discovery Is positively gnsranteed cure the most case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunk aids into sober Industrious and upright men Wives cure your husbands II Children cure your fatheral This rem edy is in no lease a nostrum but Is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coflee without the knowledge of the person take ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedyand as many more have been byhavingloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not waltDo not be deluded by ap ImprovementDrive all time The The Howe Gold Cure Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost ng26 to 50 Pull directions so company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid entlal when he sent his declination The ill feeling toward Sampson on the part ol Miles reaches back to the time of the Santiago campaign At that time Miles made sharp criticism of the orkSatCierlnchief ik ed in a way that has left the Lieuten ant General commanding the army very sore ever since In Washington there is some criti cism of the propriety ol the Secretary of the Navy extending the invitation to Miles knowing of the bitter feel Ing but very few are disposed to cx ure Miles for declining alter having een invited His appearance would have been as an cfllcer snd his reins al to attend the funeral is regarded as more alan affront to the service than to the memory of tha dead Rear Ad miralthe incident will not be permitted to assume an official phase At least that is the present determination The Blue Laws The Blue Laws of Connecticut were called because they were printed on lu tinged paper These were some of them No one shall be a free man or have a vote unless he Is converted and a member of one of the churches allow d in the Dominion No dRsenter from the essential worship of this Dominion shall be a- owed to give a vote for electing mag- Istrates or any officer No cod or lodging shall be offer o a heretic No one shall cross the river on he Sabbath but an authorized clergy manNo one shall travel cook victuals make beds sweep houses cut hair or sfatfveon the6aWath uNo Due shall ilWhls or her chil dren on tbe Sabbath or feasting7 daysThe Sabbath day shall begin at sunset Saturday Whoever wears clothes trimmed with gold silver or bone lace above one shilling a yard shall be present by the grand jurors and the se lectmen shall tax the estate 300 Whoever brings cards or dice into the Dominion shall be i nedls- No one shall eat mince plea dance play cards or play any instru wen ol music except thedruut trum pet or jewsharp No man shall court a maid In person or by letter without obtaining the consent of her pueutats penal ty for the first oflense l10 lor the second end for the third imprison mVpt during the pleasure of the court A suicide club hash en formed in Kentucky Whenever a niewbe- rdtaw3tiefatal number he limply leaves his gun at hoiqe and goes out and calls somebody aUarAtianta Journal What Allfeators Eat More than once curious things have been found til the stomach of n shark but never has such tin extraordinary collection been found as was discover ed recently in the stomach of an sill gator The alligator was killed in Soudan and was more than 12 feet In length In its stomach were discovered 85 stones several birds claws two hu man flnger nails and three hoofs of a donkey to one of which a piece of rope was attached About Fishing 1 Speaking of flatting and fisherman the genuine true sportsman or fisher man appears to be a scarce article in this vicinity these days The day of the true diseclple of Walton ho with rod and reel was wont tor pursue the game bass or the sluggish but 4oohaoic catfish amontthe various winding streams ofold Washing lonfcountynppear to have become a memory ton large extent at least and we find tjie pot hunter of the fish tag world or the fellow who goes fisjilugBimply torget fish suit does not stop at ways or means Various methods are resorted to by these so alled fishermep souse legal others decidedly illegal and all unsportsman like The good fishing streams ol the county are said to abound in traps and net in which numbers ot the finny tribe oi all sizes and conditions are caught and slaughtered and there are the seines and the rock fisher and worst of all the dynamiter It is due to these practices that the streams of the country so well adapted naturally to the propagation 01 all kinds offish are rapidly becoming depleted and the true fisherman finds poor sport in re turn for his tffjrU Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Af tor Fourtoon Years of Suffering- I have been aflllcted with sciatic rheumatlem for fourteen years says Josh Bdpar of Germantown Cal- L was able to be around but constant y suffered I tried everything cOlitdI hear ol and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and In a shorE time cured and lam hap pyto say Jt has not since retnrnedI Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by all druggists A Man and a Horses Life We have been asked whether we think a horses life is more valuable thann mans and we answerVThat ptnds on the man and the horse There are hundreds of men perhaps ihonsandf in GUt cities and country towns whose lives are of less value than that of the poorest horse that tolls In our streetslNo Loss of Timo I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lor sCars and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than It I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers a 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 thrashers were able to heap 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 p MargaretTnylorthe child that roys terlouly disappeared from Cincinnati several years ago has been found in Italy The child was kidnapped by Its aunt The Commercial Trtb sune became interested in trying to findthe child and raised a fund to plOecute the search It employed the Pinkerton agency to follow1 the clue which was foid in the depatt ure ot the Aunt for London From London she was traced to Bordlghera Italy where the detectives found the IGHT POUNDS I Eight lds of love and laughter of amllc And Yipishlne orl Many a mother tan 111111 tie blank out of her experience ofponyy watllng children who tcoming hrnocht no new to the home Women who have used Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription aa a preparation know that It makea all the difference be happyhealthy hood and a mother hood of murmur ins and misery And they know happyhealthr have happyjhealthy childrenepavor ite Preicrlptlou strengthens the body or the utrain of mother hood It practically doeay with the of birth the mother abundant vitality and en ablet her to nUrse and nouriih a healthy child The FAvorite Prescription contain no alcohol n ltlnr lum cocaine chloral nor any other ntrcoti- cii mi mother of six children writr MM OrpnNandYOrlle IrsciIptoit before cou5nment aDo never aflcred to speak 6ft had no aOer peso babIes were targethvysll weighed snore thaucight pounolDdl am not a large woman i Weigh coOt Lti5 p6undi I have hid DOme Uoafach trouble but a fewdOl of Golden Medical dtcorery would on me all right lam ever your mrdlduc Theallthrtnedldueone It taken In time lo keep one la perfect health at fed thl owe mydl1l1 boy life to Dr- PIetce Golden Nodlcall aa he hdconruliloai and evtrythlnz he ate would bring them on I commenced to him the Golden UedlcafDiKOvery In ten drop donna three time a he III Jnll a healthy I chIld u can be ruundand h rrow lUea Dr Pierce PleasAnt Pellets are the heM laxative for women L child Tbe case was reported to the State Department and steps are being taken to recover the child and restore her to her mother 400 J Plerpont Morgan- It Is his intention to girdle the globe and capture the trade of the worldHe Is planning to build railways in China and tins already asked fur a permitHe already secured tile trans Atlantic steamers and Isnowalter the South America ships and railways There are now 1000 ships lying at American polls because they cannot Mcurc cargoes They rjtloagfto Itttle fellows who do not control railways and are unable to give thiotigh rates He and six other American citizens have become more powerful than any Congtess or parliament In the world Fourteen steamship lines and fi rty four railroad systems are theirs On land a mileage oi 108530 miles and on sea a tonnage of i2ooco are In their control Three hundred of the largest steamships in the world and 300000 oi the bestequipped passenger and freight trains take orders from them Not Alexander in all his glory not Caesar Augustus not even Napoleon with all his mighty armies was such- a I conquerer as Mojgan No king is onetenth as powelul ss MorganAlmost every man who labors works for Morgan through some oi companiesHe worth perhaps not more than a hundred million hollars bnt the corporations over which he has control possess more wealthy titan there is gocd on the earth The total capitalization ol all the corpotations he controls is 5210 993 336 and all the gold In all the nations is estimated at 4841000 000 In the world there are about I 320 000000 human beings and be controls enough to give each 4Moie than a million men are em ployed by the companies he controls This means that five million men women and children are dependent on him for a living or rather that five million persons contribute to his com foil What next he will do no man knows New York dispatch to Chi cago Journal Booker Washington Stories- In a recent speech Booker T Wash ngton related the story ofa negro who purchased thirdclass ticket and was assigned to a seat with the first class passengers in a stage coach lie was unable to understand the distinct ion but when the stage tumbled into ditch the driver called out Firstclass passengers remain in your seats secondclass possengers get out and walk thirdclass passeng ers get out and push Mr Washington also said that early in his days as a schoolteacher he found the log cabin In which he taught school too small and deter mined to employ a hen house as on annex One morning he Instructed negro assistant to clean ont the hen house What exclaimed the aegrojn astonishment clean out a henhouse in the daytime Out at Wellington Kan Is a church on the front door of which Is painted in large letters The Gates of Heaven and right underneath It in the pastors writing was the sen tence Go round the other way FOR THE CHILDREN I A Homemnde DoeeIIt is always nicer of course to play out of doors than In tbo house fiomo times however In winter Jack Frost gets too much for us and wo simply have to run in lest bo bite our finger and eS- tillotl cnnhaveafly amount of- fUtJUtho bouso If you only BO about It the right way and without teasing mamma either Hero k something that nobody could help enjoying Its a pasteboard house and not a bit bard to I make Take a pasteboard box about twd feet long and six or seven inches high and cut a bolo In each end of it half an inch from the bottom tlto right size for n door Then In each aldo cut two win dow perhaps twp inches square hero you have a hleo room and If any oilI wants a root why simply put on tbo cover of thobox But surely it will novcr do to havo an unfurnished house nun down stairs and ask cook for a few raw potatoes and n knife and then get some toothpicks or short pointed sticks of any kind and hero Is all the material needed for a fine set of furniture First cut the potatoes In square pieces about a quarter of an Inch thick and these wilt make the chair seats Then stick four toothpicks underneath thcm and your chairs have legs Chairs nw not all that can bo made from tho potatoes however By using a little ingenuity anybody can very easily cut the vegetables into different Bhapcii nnd thus mako any amount of other furniture For Instance a long narrow piece with the toothpicks underneath will servo for n table or two pieces one for a back stud tho other for a seat fasten ed together with the sticks will make n ers nice IOtn Yaugiu make side eii A COLLEGE PROFESSOR Ono of Georgias Useful Educators is Grateful Fo Wliat Peruna Do ing For Suffering Humanit A JunrmgnsAnzrmc1pu o llisp QiorgU Normal and adutrll iditl tote and editor and proprietor of Lbs Georgia Helping Hand write the following glowing word concariUhg rerun and ita effleaejr 1m tlieemof catarrh Ha says I I was Induced to try Peru na by the adrle sf It friend saL icer Ulnlj belter that suffering humanity would hi relleTd if they only gaTJF runa a fair trial Would that I could tram woi ittfllcleni to orprefimy gratitud for tUa VxsneU derived from I IU nie T A CTOIlTRiailT Greens boro Q a Hon W N RoMh United Stkte I Senator from North Dakota la a letter written from Larlmoro North Daoti 11111 aeaPenauthat has greatlyhelped me IB strentthi Tlgorand appotlto Ihay been adJie4 by friends thatit 1s remarkably cSlci cloia a euro for the almotftintrenal ceapUlBt ot catanrhW N Rosen Senator Itoacha wlf6i recomraendaj P anus also Shasaysi 111 boarjb and bOdI1 and bureaus andlnl moat anything you wlehs Then tOfUJtJilerbeIIUt1JOtll bone cut tchitea from magaaloes or nesvs papers apd pasts them on tllew 4lll Paper cyrtalcs pinked at the edged and posted to the windows add rtImuca toi the attractiT n M of house and anjr dolt will bo ptouiiof each a homemade one Too StART Ian cnaapIew4h- Jy Emperor Williams direction or dora have been read oatla tbo pa llc schools torbIddtngbo7paxdg1nlstomn writing letters to the kaiser aod nt preY Up to a aborf tlad ago them peror and bin consort were won to give attention to letters wnittee4 to then by chIldren and whew Dracoes We to comply wIth the reues4ozi talned tberclo This was publlstoi lh the newspapers IB order to Illust aU the kind Ucartcdacsa ot the kaleer D1I his wit But UU pobUcatlon KM utd the rciutt of enconragtKi tboQai rftj upon thou iDd ot caUdrftt adfrsst- he couple la tbo xamor A- 1uutU1tlWm tias degenerated into a posltlro nuisance From bcuctfortk w pa a boyior a girl addr sMsalctter t9 tblrimajlea ties turned over by t 1 see authorities to the teacber of the Bholtowbteh the writer helOpgsI with a view ta BOTer pot sltahi abs lCt B mU i BecAuse tbo right Land generallr lit tho stronger and moro skillful weare likely to keep tbo other back so to- seok and mako It loss strong and lees skIllful than before Bo more Impartiallwltb your b nda than you are naturally disposed lo bo Trust thJ left one with n fopr matters that require strength or skill Pcrliopa without too much trouble you can become ambidextrousor so that yoa can uso one hand about as well as the oth er Garfield slid and always held that It was a great ndrnntag- cItls L good Idea to give tbo left band plenty to do There aro numerous ways In which II can bo given a chance There wits ones a clerk who apeOta- little oi bis spare tIme In learning to write with the left hand Hosoon tti er sustained a hurt totho right ond so thnt bo must have been out of work for some weeks but forbls timely pro caution To paupcnd Ohjtcla Midair I This Is a very surprising trick and stonlshlmentplaco alum black silk thread from side of the room to tbo other oneI six fpct from the floor Do not niucb light First wavo a hand I kerchief through tim air and drop It gently on tho line continuing to make met rIQ JI poises Borrow a fan and fun tlm Jinmlkcrcnkf until It falls to tho ground next suspend a light ca nto same manner ttrlckbolurecompany will not detect your bidden J power I Small t Bora Aanr It was a sultry afternoon and thus spoke the teacher of the Tlllnce school ow boys the stan nt the end of a Word means plac of Titus we have Afghanistan tho place of tho AN gband flleb Hindustan the placq of tho HlndooB Now can anyone give me another Instance r Yes sir said the smallest boy proudlyMf cAn umbrcll tan this place for umbrel las For Contlpauon Take Lyons Laxative Syrup U you doat like It better than anr Laxative YOU have ere uewl JOur dnala will ntnn4be lrwe aa 1 recommend your excellent remedy Pa remedr tad many of my friend have weed it for catarrh with good reiulta VN IloachIThis most IIlhueelIf anmmer larrh si cqlarthjf the atouieh and pqwel leruna Ia a specifIc for summer caUnb Mr Wat lietJey Duq eiVeP wrllisImQlred of ttUrrh otthe sleaach oltw years mllfllselb ITthllJlbuttors and they could glvu mirilltf bras flme onip I aIIW iftguaM mad thought I try It sad I1I1W thlJIe lam cured fcUrrb I bMve worked two months and did not lose m dTWm Hebley Mr Moses F Merrill Colnmbuf Chr okeCo Kansas Rural Bout No S wrlteai I had been troubled with ayitemlo catarrh which affected the lower bowel especially Iwas troubled with running off of th bowel and troubleiom catarrh of the bronchial tubes which caused takingPerunawonderful My bowels arcpgularas otberMote P Merrill Hn Vlllla Brewery Beprneatatlr la Congress from Alabama write the following letter to Dr Ilar man Honi of Representative WuhtDrtoatThe Pemna Medicine Co Columbus Or Otatltmea I hey mied onfr bottle of Perun for laMlttule sad I take pletinro U recommending it to those who need a good remedy As a tonic U li excellent IB the ihort titus I have used it it hu soodWIIlIJIDrewer If you do not derive prompfand fatl factory remit from the ne of Peruna write atone to Dr ITartman giving a tall statement of your case and ho will hi pleated to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Ilartman President ol The Qartmaa SaiUiarinsi Columbus Ohio Quarterhousetaweahot Turner near Mtddlesboro The lat ten was employed as courier by the Ebuiavllle and NashvilIpbete n Its camps In the disputed ClearPcuk coal district The men met on a road and John Turner is said to have imniedia lly opened fire It Is said that they had been enemies for years LeeTur perdld noLrelit arrest He wastak en before a Magistrate and was discharged on the ground ofselfdefense The cause of the present high price of beef Is said to be the drouth through the Welt litst summer Cat tie have brought 7 50 per hundred in Chicago lately the highest price since April 1882 DO YOU GET UP WITHA LAME BACK Kidney TroWe Makes You TJlstrable Alm9st everybodr who r news papers 13 UfO to novof the wonderful cuies made by Dr- KilzneaSwanipRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph ol the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamobles and Bright Disease which Is the worst fennel kidney trouble Dr Kilmer a SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid liver or bladder trouble It will to found just the remedy you need Jtbaj been tested Iq so many ways In hospital woik In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hIS been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried U may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this and send your address to Dr KllmerCoBlng hamton N Y The regular nity cent and not SSnmplto- odollar sizes are sold by all good druggists A FREE PATtERN t yourowu wltctloa to avtry latx crlUft SO ctau a jest MCAUS I MAGAZINE II A 1AIMES1 MAOAZINCi A us bsulft cleldiplIIC klin dnttag Sqi4a 1 fay 1otkh4hil1Ui1S nb eop- 7LaSlaLciwnai 4 iadtottm UptoIParctritiU raptr Ptturot AI Jltwt IU rerftrtttoas Miw 1M IIIItIBI SM I Utw sad It elit SUbUOSC kt1bf j Iacl1IM IbM Sol bi atut nwr 01V r Uliom fTHE MoCALI CO nJnsur West SIlt It KWYOMC 4 2 4 S r I c t I J 1 nr j HJ r t t J1l = = 7 rf=Hartford Republican Inmi FrHitit fill Hattfardfub CoJaeorporati ilitel atlartl8rtp lalficio coiidclass null nulti == =J1 n= cu=Iorln nhnlv == JOHN 1IFVUY TIlIU1NEUnr FRIDAY MAY IGIA RILL admitting Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma to Statehood bee passed the House ioN 1 F liiBKHRAt of Owens lioro wants to succeed Judge W T Owen as Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Distric- tGovmconDavi8 of Arkansas bu pardoned negro convict on the con dition that ho become a citizen ofi Massachusetts Queer what lort of stuff ArkanEawyera make Governors of GENERAL Nelson A Wiles the ranking officer of tho American Army hMefuaet1 to act as pal1bear r at thb funeral of Rear Admiral Sampson Decent Americans everywhere will endorse the early retirement of Gen cml Miles J EDWIN ROWE was fined and costs for drunkenness in the poi lice court at Calhoon Saturday AB a remedial agency fining has failed in its effects on Jake Perhaps the water cure might reform the Demo cratic Commonwealths Attorney m TOMORROW the scattering remnant of a once proud and defiantOhio coun ty Democracy will meet in mess conI vention hero to indorse the candidacy of one Judge Seattle for Judge of thec Court ot Appeals The Kentucky Democrat iy instinct education jusdexarnple an officeseeker and when ho is a candidate for a nomi nationrrenominations occasionally exceptedits popcorn to peanuts thaLhe dont expect to win IF anything was lacking to prove that General Nelson A Miles does not measure up to the high standard the American people have a right to expect from the ranking officer of the army his refusal to act as pallbearer at the funeral of Admiral Sampson thoroughly demonstrates that fact General Miles has disgraced the great country he represents long enough and should be removed by the Presi dent from the high position he occtl pies in the United States Army REVBEN KEILEY Catholic Biahop ofGeorgia in a Confederate Decoration Day oration at Savannah said Wlwnilr Iarb wiu llflnu find it prisoner n Mlow nnmrd Miles plnml flincklf on blm Jirhotvthoairh tbrw no necrsslty tot It nod no one bat n bratewonld hsre don It lint I him never heard that Miles alter Mr llavU death maligned bU character That rlld i of venom was re erred for the rwre ant son nf n Southern woman the Rough- Rider Itepubllcan pollttnt the nccldcncy of- 11Q2tbe llghtnlnitchaDKe urtlst of the WbPe I tonne who ron hobnob with the Kaisers brother and lit cheek by Jowl with an Ala bama negro who can Indulge In meaningless iatltndes while Booth on the bravery and tuuiuou heritage of Southern heroes aid de uonmt them before tbeQrand Army as anarchists who can profess abroad American pjilrlt which brands lectlonaUum ai a crime and laud the loyalty of our reterani of 1S61 M to the Constitution and reunited country while the damning evidence olhli ownwrltt word shows thnt he compared the noblest Roman of them oil Jefferson IldTU to liens diet Arnold The South and the Catholic church should be thankful that they have but one Bishop Keiley TOE shooting of young Hazlewood at Heights Falls Saturday was but an other act in the great tragedy of crime of which the good citizens of Ohio county have been unwilling spectators for several years We take no pleasure in repeatedly calling the attention of our people to the al most weekly killings in Ohio county but the will of the people is the gov ernment of any given division and ours is an effort to arouse our citi zenship to the dangers incident to toleration without adequate punish ment of frequent homicides Hu man life is held more cheaply hero than the cemetery lots on which the unfortunate victims aio burred and the plea of selfdefense is made to cover a multitude of crimes It has come to pass that our citizens must rely for protection to life upon the contents of their hippocketa These conditions are not surprising when the reader sees the name of the Com monwealths Attorney appearing on the criminal docket which he is sup posed to prosecute BAIZETOWN KY May 13Peoplo of this vicinity were never more devoted to their bus mess than at present The outlook for a good crop is promising we hear no complaint whatever Rev Maddox of near McHenry preached at Baizetown last Sunday We are informed that Silas and Finis Baizo have bought out C E Crowders stook of goods at this place and will take charge soon Eeq Martins court was held Baizetown last Friday with several cases on docket Rev Farris of Arnold will preach Baizetown next Sunday Kll J Judge Guy In Town Judge B L D Gnfly is In the city today He Is a candidate for reelec tion to the office of judge of the court of appeals and Is prosecuting his can vars with vigor Asked If he w- ouldiEIiui = Q jft likely to baya o poslUn tor Hit nomination he said i will tell yn n story There was a fellow bver InI Butler county who married a fine but he turned out to be ot no account Her brother was berating him one day for beIng so trifling nod regretted that his sister had married so worth less a man Im sorry for her tro the neerdowell but maybe It was the Lest she could do This was the only answer that the judge gave to the question but to far as he or any one else can see now there It no prospect of another candidate The judge is en old campaigner and he can give the best ol them points rn conducting n canvass as he can on a fine point in a complicated law case Otvensboro Inquirer For Sale A farm of ISo acres near Sunny Rough river bottom land welle Improved Call on or addtefs JAS WVSONG Sunnjdale Ky Election Notice Order OMo Corintj Court IlcKalar Terra Mb lay ilnj IMt J J Cnlbertion Ac for Judgment aadorder A tbril option election ftIn the town pr Rockport J J Culbertson W M Halhfield B D Snedden Vm Elder GeoW JilfordZ Harrel F B Dewitt C H Chesenhall Harvo Kelley W F Shrum Henry H Price Geo Me Madox Rqbt P Her R E Her J S Tllford Ed Turley Riley Hugh BC Petty S H Keown W J Rowe H N Moore Eli Bush L C Vapier H H Howard Joe Tilfordt Arthur Ferguson W E Hammons E C Campficld L D Iler M L Campfield E A Garner W P Graves John Bratches Theodore Bennett A C Cowen W C Ham ond F Baker having by an order the Ohio County Court duly made at its last regular May 1 1902 term filed their written petition signed in writing by each and all of them praying for a Local Option Election to beheld in and for the town of Rock port Ohio county Kentucky on Sat urday the 7th day of June 1002 which said written petition was in said order as it is now adjudged to be signed by a number of the citizens residents of legal and qualified votes in said town qualified to vote for county officers equal to and more than equal to twentyfive 25 per cent of such said vtters voting at the last general election held in and for said town and the said petition ers having by and through their at torney E P Nealdepositsd with J P Miller presiding Judge of this Court and the County Judgeot this Ohio county Ky an amount in toocey in a sum sufficient tot Jay for the printing or posting advertise meats as provided for the fees of the Clerk for making the entries in the Order Bock and other expenses of said election it is therefore awl adjudged by the Court the Court being sufficiently advised that an election be held in and for the said town of Rockport on Saturday June the 7th 1902 to take the sense of all the legal voters of said town qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirit uous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned and trafficked in in the said town of Rockport whether ot not the law now in force prohibiting the sale barter loan of and traffic in such liquors in Ohio county shall become inoperative in the said town of Rockport C P Keown the regular duly elected qualified and acting Sheriff of Ohio county is appointed to hold said election for which purpose he is ordered and directed to open a poll at each and all the voting places in said town for holding municipal elections and he will duly advertise said election as required by law M S Ragland the regular duly elected qualified and acting Clerk of this Court is or dered and directed to properly pre pare and furnish poll books for said election as is required by law and this cause is continued This 10th day of May 1902 A copy Attest M 8 RAOLAND C 0 CC NOTICE Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I vill on Saturday June the 7th 1902 cause a poll to be openedas and in the manner required by laY at each and all of the voting places in the town of Rockport Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters ot said town quali uponrspirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said town of Rockport Ohio county Ky or whether or not the law now in force in Ohio county Kentucky prohibiting the sale bar ter loan of and traffic in such liquors shall become inoperative lathe said town of Rockport Ohio county Kent lucky Given under my band as therill of Ohio county Kentucky this the 10th day of May 1902 C P KnowN S 00 Mrs S E Hanimackof Hammack Ky writes With pleasure I recommend Rainons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets I have used them my sell for several years and can testify- as to their efficiency in sick headache and other troubles peculiar to our sex The entire Treatment for 25C m l jly 0- PJLArt FIJM1SUOT UP a Twinkling St Pierre Wash Gone and Only a Stretch of Flaming Dust Left First Officer Scotts story is ns follows It was about daylight on the morn d- Ing of May 6 when we sighted the island We had urn thtough a thun derstorm and we steamed ahead for St Pierre and at 6 oclosk were atsl our anclorage cfl the Place Bertin landing When the agent with lighters and stevedores came alongside they told ns that Pelee had been acting ugly every since Saturday and that there had been quite a heavy fall of hot sand or dust over St Pierre itself How the volcano teemed to have quieted down and we got the steve dores working smartly Tim WORLDS END SEEMED AT HAND Then something happened on There was shaking In tnealr ao that Stiles though some one nad Jostled me Then some man near me crled out I My God look at that lie was looking at Pelee and soul on board looked too II cant describe what I saw of course but my thought was that the end ol the world would look just like that It was just as though the mountain bad been blown up by all dynamite in the world PILLAR OJtFLA1IK Russian U IN Tug AIR First of all a great pillar of flame rushed straight up in the air then it opens out wider than the mountain Itself and came roaring down out of the sky uponus Some of us with Morley second officer rushed to the forecastle head to heave the ancnor I saw the captain shouting orders ar d I saw Mc Fear the engineer drop below As we reached the ships head the fiery cfonds was upon us Redhot stones scalding mud and real splash es of flime dropped and clattered allover tha ship WATER GATHERS UP AND MAKES A Rusu There was another roar and with it all the water in the harbor seemed to gather up and rush upon the shipping Every craft heeledover to the great tidal wave and seemed to careen and sink When the wave struck us it flooded us lore and alt sweeping away the masts funnel all the boats save one and all the raffle of the deck There was a ventilator at hand and to save myself seized It and was nearly killed thereby being driven Into It by the force of the wave A couple of stevedores pulled me into the steerage FIRE AND ROCKS BATTER Tun DECKS 1Tbere I remained half dead for quite a time during which the ship rolled and the fire and rocks battered the decks Now and tben a charred and shrieking sailor rolled down the hatchway and died as he came so that quite a pile of corpses layover me Some one pulled me from under these and I clambered to the deck and began turning band toward saving Irthe Injured who were lying all about though even then small redhot stones and mud were falling KNEW TUB CAPTAIN ONIY BY His CLOTHES As I was about this work CaptI Muggahcame along I kcewhlm by his clothes though these were smold ering but his face was scorched be yond recognition Lower the boat he said could not obey his orders how ever for the boat that was left by the tidal wave was burned full of holes by the flaming rain I saw no more of the Captain after that but I was told by a stevedore of St Kitts that he jumped overboard and got on a raft that was being hurriedly put together and that he died there SEA HEAVILY ROLLING PBLEB DEn LY ROARING All this time the sea was rolling like the heaviest kind of ground swellI Pelee was roaring and the air was full of strange shocks When looked at St Pierre the sight was terrifying The town was gone and In its place was a long stretch of gray smoking flaming dust All about us the ships were sunkI or eflime and between us and them and the shore dead bodies floated singly and in groups Some hours after I did not know how it was then but Ive since been told it was 3 oclock in the alternocn the French cruiser Suchet steamed In and rescued seventeen ol us more dead than alive We were carried to Port De France and put in the hospital REFUGEES ARRIVB FROM MARTIKQUB Sixtyone refugees from Martleqne have arrived here They report that many people have lost their lives crossing the channel from Martlnqne Ten boats are missing Someoutside parishes of Martlnque are Inundated The eruption continues progressively northwardNews the Windward district of St Vincent on the afternoon of the 9th is that over 300 deaths were re potted several estates had been de molished and all stock killed by the stones and ashes that fell for two hours from 230 In the morning News from Kingstown St Vincent yon May to states that Igreat distress prevails many persons are wounded jrJ opie1 the nidjotlty belnt ltl1irlc The Royal Mall Meanuhip Soler been placed at the disposal of the Govenor ol Barbados who is sendln food and medicine to Matttnqni Several doctors accompany the party which left yesterday from Trinidad Walter Newman Haldeman pres ot the CourlerJournal Company died yesterday morning at 5 octoc Irom Injures rcreivtd last Saturda morning when he was struck by car at Fourth avenue and YUlk street Ills condition seemed hvon ble until Monday the fatal turn con Ing suddenly only an hour and a hall before his deatij The funeral wblc will be private wilt take place at A oclock this afternoon front the farall residence on Fourth avenue GiUi icrJournalGreatExploslon The greatest volcanic cxptoiln ever known ssya Prof Milne the highest authority in the world on volcanic eruptions was that r l Krakatgi an island in the strait ol Stindj between Java and Sumatra On Mao 1893 the tmptioa commence but the great explosion did not rome until August aGo that year The flames from tire crater could be leen forty wilts distance The crashtn explosion with followed these lUine let in motion air waves that traveled around the earth four times one wa and three times the other Ever sell recording barometer In the Jwbtl was disturbed seven times by that blow up These waves traveleda the rate ol 700 miles an hour At Borneo 1 116 miles distant thi noise ol this eruption was heard It was felt in Butbam 1478 miles dh tant and at Perth West Australia 1902 wiles distant The Kiakatoi explosion was htard over a soun zone covering onethirteenth of the earths surface- S a waves were created by the ex ploslon which dlitroyed two light houses In the strait of Sunda all the towns and villages on the shorts ot Java and Sumatra bordering the sttait all vessels and shipping ther and 36283 lives in that vicinity raised a tidal wave at Merak 135 feet high covered 50000 square miles 0 ocean with lava dust several fnchc thick submerged an island six mile equaTe and 700 feet high in a dep boE water of 150 fathoms and created twi new Islands Prof Milne says there are undonbt edly volcanoes in the United State that have been quiet for a long time but will some day blow their head off Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that ca not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheny Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have know F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe his perfectly honorable In all business transacting and financially able to carry ont any obligation made by their firm West Trnsx Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Welding Rinnan Marvin Wholejile Druggists Tolelo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface ot the systeni Testimonials sent tree Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best Air Ship Explodes Paris May 12 The airship will ai cend and sail in any direction tha may be desired and it will alto ex plode In the test at Montmartr this morning two men rOle150 feet in the air and the balloon portion 01 the vessel exploded The fall wa terrific and the two ocnpant of thi machine were so mangled that they lost all resemblance human beings The cause ol the exptoilon has not been learned Wont follow advlco aftor pay Ing for It In a recent article a prominen physician says It Is next to Impos Bible for the physician to get his pa tients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one resort lelt namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chrunli constl patlon the most mild and gentle ob talnable such as Cdamberlalns Stom ach Liver Tablets should be em ployed Their use 18nat followed by constipation as they leave the bowels In a natural and healthy condition For sale by all druggists m ICAS Alisus 115Itt Kind You Han Ajwrs Eeu 8r Y Convention Pursuant to an order of the Republican Committee for the Second Ap pellate District of Kentucky a convention If hereby called to meet at Leitcbfield Ky oa Wednesday June 25th 1902 at 2 oclock p m for thc 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 seat of their respective counties on June 21St 1912 at 2 oclock p mOl for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said convention The basis of reore icntatlon will be one delegate for deli iro votes cast for McKinley and one lor each friction over fifty By order of the committee NV T HOWARD Chmn 2nd Appellate Dlst Rep Com By T W SWBATT SHe = = n 0 CANCEROUSULCERSAre in like and lost in fruitless the sore washes and salves because the of that arc plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells are constantly develop ing up the irritation arid discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing and a hideous sickening cancerous sore begins its T IDfla T d 11 destructive work No ulcer or sore can exist with out sonic predisposing internal cause that has poisoned blood and the open discharging ulcer or the fester ing sore on the lip cheek or other many other ulcers this resemblance often proves orItime is efforts to with Cancer which stage but and bot entirely have part body will continue to Spread ant deeper into flesh unless blood is purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from circulation- S S S cleanses the blood all decaying effete matter It has antidotal and purifying properties that destroy germs and poisons and restorthe to its condition And when pure blood is un carried to the ulcer or healing process begins the discharge censes and place heals and akin forms S S S a strictly vegetable blood containing mercury or minerals of any description 0 If have an ulcer or chronic sore any kind write us about it medi ndvlcCwill cost you nothing Books Cancer nnd other diseases Ute blood will sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ca BAR DOCKET Ohio Circuit Court May Term 1902 SECOND 3974 Comth vs Cup Davis c 3530 Couith vs VarrenCtindIffthree- cases 3540 Comth vs Jim RurnsC3884 Comth vs John Autos cI3635 Cotulh vs Ras Ttlford 3635 Comth vs Wm DcHsit 2 cases 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jan 2 cllelI3765 Comth vs Thomas Tatnm 3758 Comth vs Henry Taylor 3773 Comth vs Lud Grant 3794 Comth VI R T Taylor Jr 383 Comth vs Henry Whittaker 38 4 Coralh vs Sch firld Midkiff 3891 Comth vs Tom Austin 3805 Comth vsjohn Moore 3806 Comth vs 01 Boiling c 38i3rComth vs Henry Whittaker 3814 Comth vs Fletcher Hardlson 3818 Comth vs Netter Gilstrap three cases 3855 Comth VII Alvin Porter 3856 Comth vs Lee Tillord 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 3870 Comth vs Netter Gllstrap 3875 Comth vs R TTaylor Jr 3873 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3876 Couith vs Juston Jackson three cases 3865 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3878 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3880 Corath vs Dad Tatura 3 cases 3885 Comth vs Vugll Trait TUIRD 3548 Comth vs Bud Hifltn 3888 Omth vs Juston Jackson 3892 Corath vs Ed A Tucker 3893 Comth vs John Turn 3889 Comth vs Jim Shultz rf3897 Couith vs Thomas cases I 3915 Comth vs Lon Morgan 7 cases 3956 Comth vs Thomas TatumI3958 Comth va William 396 Comth vs W B Russell 3965 Comth vs Lon Morgan x cases 3967 Comth vs Thomas Tatnm two casesIFOURTH 3969 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr lour cases 3985 Comth vs John Taylor a eases 3988 Comth vs C D Brown 3989 Comth vs Holland Morris four cases I 3994 Comth vs Thomas Tatum two cases 3996 Comth vs Chas 4000 Comth vs Claude SianghterI 4003 Comth vs Sebren 4005 Comth vs Herbert I 4008 Comth vs Dock Porter 2 cases 4021 Comth vs Forest Chlnn 4022 Comth vs Etmore Everyly 4024 Comth vs L P WhitUker 4039 Comth vs Ivimpkln FIFTH DAYI4349 Comth vs Andy AlfordI44r Comth vs Gray 4042 Comth vs Dave lIazeUpI 4n44 Comth vs Joe Hillard 4046 Comth vs Mitchell Taylor 4047 Comth vs Robert Owens c 4048 Comthvs Etmore Everly 4049 Comth vs Eva Long 4050 Comth vs Lnrn Wells 4053 Comth vs Herman Decker c 4019 Comth vs Grace Gaily c 4020 Comth vs J K 4052 Comth vsCeo CGraye 4054 Comth vsAlfrtd Hudson 4055 Comth vs Bessie Trail 4056 Comth vs Walker Kahn c 457 Comth vs James Lauham 5058 Comih vs Ollle Barnes 459 Comth vs R Taylor 406 j Comth vs Bud Oiler SIXTH DAY 4c61 Comth vs James Burden 4062 Comth vs Walker Kahn 4053 Comth vs Louis Griffin 4 64 Comth vs Tom Baird 2 cases 4 67 Comth vs Gee C Gray c 466 Comth TS Tom Baird 4068 Comih vs Granville Peach 4069 Comth vs Bethel Austin 40711 Comth vs Geo C Grayc 4071 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4072 Comth vs Sam McKinley 4073 Comih vs Louis Griffin lIcc 474 Comth vs J Edwin Rowe A copy AttestS Clerk Nasal CATARRH siIn all UI HUH UterI bould t4 clcollncu ttY- tElys Cream BIc- leweoothsisndbes1a h Uii diseased mcmbreix S Itcure ututh uddrives aft7 a cold In qolckl Cream Balm U pitted Into Uit DMtrilf tprudi 0TfI aumbrto uiJa absorbed lUllitti Im dUitudacortfolbnn n It It not dotinglOfa jtprodnMiDewinz Larg Size CO cents at Drug elite orlt1 mall I TrUlSlu 10 entity KIT BBOTOEB U VTurm Strait tw York rAIi a a uu n 0 lump on mlowr Up Tl doctor can Urlicd It another cam broko out Into an open ears I began to taka 888 and after Ihad taken itrtn ties the plac healed and no sign of the dlieaee been snW P Brown Hollandi 50 of the eat the the the of soon the the the over new is no of ou olcal on be DAY DAY DAY W own t tho head till null UMIO sino sore SULPHUR SPRINGS KY May lLEverybody is on the hue tie trying 10 make a living and nf1 stockofil kiods is a good price we will all pull through despite the 10 ousts and the beef trust Mr Ivan M Ren Irow who is pur suing a course in the dental school at Louisville is at home to spent his va cationDr James A Dull who is attend the Hospital College of Medicine d Louisville is expected home shortly Dr J A Sandbjcli who taught school near here last term aud who is now attending the Hospital College is expected home shortly Kev and Mrs Lawhorn have bees visiting Mrs Lawhorus parents at Hopkinsville for two weeks In Kev Lsnhorus absence Revs U J Beau and T J Actors filled the pulpit at Marvlns Chapel last Sunda morning anti evening respectively A It Renfrow tG Coof Dundee the progressive merchants have add ed a country delivery wagon to theli already effective force Mr Marvin Moseley a geuial and pleasant younj man la in charge of tho wagon The young men of Dundee joined in a fiuhing jaunt Saturday night and paraded the river banks for three miles with fair success A Childrens Day service will beheld at 0k Grove church the thirc Sunday Baptizing at Narrows in Rough river the fourth Sunday No serious sickness to report thli time and no weddings tho if Madam Rumor is right we will report twc weddings before tobaccoworm time FRITZ BloodWe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as ourblood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is fulland high we arc being refreshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This ishealth- When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved i our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the againmanItaste you SCOTT DOWNE Chemists 4 94rs Pearl Street New York soc ud tou all drugglat Best Wire on earth 240perlOOwtatTJ Turley Cos Hartford See us We can save you mpney FOR THIS SEASON We will sell at retail the Cele brated Delker Buggies Driv ing Wagons Phaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for CASH This work is original in design correct in proportion graceful in outline Standard of over 40 years Wo ha- veBugioz From 30QupU in want bf anything in the Vehicle 1In8e cat save you money Call and inipect our Styles and pri- cesJOH1C DtIERS01TS11011JE Main Ht Owemboro Ujr J sAftftftftft AftAAAiji t II = I 4- p 4 4 PLEASE l4 t i r 4 4 4 REMEMBER I 4 4 i11 1 ftIltIl kinds of GoodsThat vo moo headquarter Dry it 1 Indies Dress Goods Shoes Huts und Ladies and t I Gouts Furnishings a specialty Mattings a largo itr4 IV lino at popular prices Wash Fabrics of all designs it f nnd latest patterns Litton Goods al lowest prices J J See our elegant line of Mens Shirts and Tics Prices it It on nil Goodsguaranteed to bo tho lovcstqunlityU IV considored If you need anything in i will payou to visit us first J- I Our Spring Clothing fr- i For 9Men5 ish and best over shown in Hartford These Suits it jl nro mndo of fabrics that will give long nnd satisfac tC7 tory service tho tailoring cannot bo excelled mill tho tt I 1 styles arc notably correct Theso Suits woro person lJo I 1 ally selected nnd an experience of twenty years in t I 4V Clothing and Gents Furnishings enables us to odor I4 theso selections to our customers with thoassuranco it l that they arc absolutely tho best and the cheapest t S 1 that tho market nflbrds ttt Bring us your Country Produce for which woi H will as always pay you tho highest market price 1 41 lJo 41 t r j SAM BACH 9 9 9 9 9 99 5 4 4 1 Hartford Ky t41 lJo Now is the Time to Buy a Suggy C3T SLrrey Ifyau want the BKST buy an AMES It has stood tho Lest of time Built of timber bought from homo people DOIlies aU made in our own factory lskilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our Seneral Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky f OXIXCITY or our Factory 20000 Finished Yo tieles pOI annum F A AMES cS CO V vvenbQr Jyo COLLINS SALOON BABTFORD K52 handles tho BEST nnd PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Ryo Old W S Stone anti Ohl International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BB COLLINS CO Mass Convention Pursuant to cell issued by the See ond Appellate District Repabllcai Committee of Kentucky the ttepnb licana of Ohio county are hereby call ed to meet in Miss Convention at the court house in Hartford Xyb Satur day June 21 1912 at t oclock p m or the purpose ot selecting delegate to the coed District Appellate con 25Rlcbdelegate for each 10 s votes or fraction over filly cut lor Wm McKinley for President In 1930 NICHOLAS BARRASS Chinn Lyons Laxativo Syrup Is a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in Its effect it acts gently on the kidneys bowels cures constipation blllouness sick hOdache clears the complexion and snakes the blood pure An Ideal remedy for chile ren as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy r It Is easy to temporarily check a cough with the ordinary opiate cough cures but when it is to be cured the root ol the trouble ousted one mum have Ramons English Cough Syrup the old reliable Just think of ill a positive care for 25 cents m CASTORIAForInfanta The Kind You Have Always Bought B arsthedSignature ot CjutSCfi7i 4 GO TO CHINNS SALOON FOll FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES BEER ETC CIGARS J AND TOBACCO Iurdle Rye a Specialty LEECHINNIIRTVURUJV ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY tlwrowraanED iyouwhere you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business polntH generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Telephone Company orIthey will be at the whole expense you say so We connect wltlroH Ifjdependent Companies For particu Matagerhartford I I y Guteluil Tilifkiii s Telegraph COMPANY AND IINCORPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky IndlanaMlulslllppl anti connected by Long Distant line thlrtyfiveSt4tllland an exchange inllattfnrd andsurrmnd lug country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and veInst ble ns pof stble and make specialty liviniindistance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtained at I the exchange over Williams drug store Haitford Ky C P NOAVUH Manaprr e I oua sr QtxABun the tM IIdYfllHlAfwlrs8eItN r81utu I ot I Subscribe for THE I HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year m radvance k 4- I C k r t l r J t tOurH1 i LIT LEi4p Arc the result of light expenses careful 44 buying and a willingness to take less than the usual profits for our goods Now that the hot weather is here jt finds us well fixed for your comfort Qualities the 4c highest Prices lower than anybody Service thp best t t SPECIALS 4iF Jig lino qf Lawns regular Go goods at 50 7 TwoiityHvo pieces Sheer 121c Organdies at lOc t iBig line iRe Dimities at 15c It Now Ginghams actual value 12cnt lOc TowFans very dainty 5c lOc 15c 2Ocnnd 2 c r + Ijidiea Gauze Vests 5c to ROo T J 43Iaek Lace Striped Hose 2oc Childs Kibbcd Hose lOca regular Inequality r Mens Fino Slifrt2 collars 1 pair culTs 50- ct of Glens Fancy Half Hose lOc to o6C I glens Light Weight Undershirts 25c liens Low Cut Shoes 100 to 250 +c Choice lino of hml4 Straw Hals 25o to 100 Ladies Strap Slippers 150 to 200 t fy Bring us your Wool Eggs Ginseng- s A Feathers Chickens Hams Etc Highest Jj market prices paid tDoyour Spring Trading at the BARGAIN CENTER tf r Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids WhrattUMrUtcrpldto4 UUto do lu wort- the Ml nWi th blood M ITlroJ it pouoo Tin come eoottipttton bUJoorattt tick bea4KM tmrt and mtlutt Tb only tnttratst thtt yin UM User Jon tb njbt oUch iad tun Nttunt mrt it Lbs ristt- DtueritJ I L PAMONS LIVER PILLS JPANDTONIC PELLETS Tbo pin louehca the Urar uxj the pelku Ics Utt system as dote lot dLpst SS MUM aoatm I loeaOllr cab U excee lingl b4 yew will U well twforo you hall them Sample ree For Nil tt III4UATL 5 Hartford RepublicanI I l FRIDAY MAY 16 is nIY City Restanrant 5Jf- Ie or k A New bighirnaat Pairs I nnlgline new Vane at Pairs u r Newest clothing always at Pairs Nkxaretu waists br children at S iI VAlrs v Tweddell runkes good meal Tr- himt Y l a J tf V 100 quality Kid Glove 890 o1t Fairs 11 White Silk Gloves the latest at Fairs Everything good to eat at City Rei estaursnt111 Coroner Ben L Davis was In town ne ve yesterday td d I31ackPeaude Sole Silks for skirts dr atlalrsOR Judge Jas P Miller wentto Rock rport Tuesday lie lid Mr Randall Collinl went to Louis at yllie Monday I1g 2 Constipation Does your head ache Pain zht 7 back of eyes Bad r taste i1 Your l Its bur HYCC Pills are E i iivcrpllls TiicycureconStl paflon t 25C AII druZgIst3 i t riisJour rnouUcbe prbeszjlft bC1Iutul n I 4Ibrown btocfct Tlirtiu- iBUCKINGHAMSX DYEtJht er PJ-J 1 d Mrs MIL Heavrin went to Louis ville Monday Mrs R T Collins went to Louis yule Tuesday Mrs Cbs Sturgeon is very sick of stomach troubleIISC quality black ribbed hose xoc per pair at Palis See pairs Millinery the latest is always found there Mrs A B Riley tasMrWtiBE rela tives at Livermore Call on Carson Bros for anything- In the grocery line Mr Henry Pleld wai In Lonlsvllle the first of the week Mr R B Martin Cromwell was u lntowp Wednesday Wt EJqnlre JS Fltihugh of Dundee Tuesdayv Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant Splendid- CheeseSausageUatn Dried Bed on Ice at City Restaurant Pof L K Mllburn of Whltesvllle was in town Wednesday Itir Rebecca Vaught visiting In Hopklnsville I Mrs W T Woodward ol McHen ft was in Hartford Tuesday I The white teachers institute will be held in October this year I Mr Logan Baker of Narrows dangerously ill pf diabetes I Deputy Sherift R L Boyd will move lila family here soon The nicest llneof Fraltand Candies in Hartford at City Restaurant J r IlI Lost Hair etc cent 4 My hair came out by the handper ful and the gray hairs began to creep In I tried Ayers and It stopped the from com lot out the color ens MrsM DGray No Salem Mass Goods Theres a in offering such a pr paraS VigorIt to such satisfaction The hair becomes longer softer and moreelo glossy And feel so lore secure in using such an old and reliable wrjaI lion JIMiWOU AU heIIlIdr you a bottle Rd MM your 0 Aeteipree offle Address J V AYEJUO LwsU KuaAn and Mr U S Faught of Centertown pat- waa among our callers yesterday FOB SALE Sow and eleven pigs T L GRIPFIM Hartford Ion Miss Isabelle Cox It visltlngjier the liter Mrs C B Rogers at Elktoo Dcda Messrs C B B Felix and Henry rellx Olaton were In town Tuesday Mill Sheer Organdies Paris Muslin Jn bin- dla Linens etc for commencement at few FalrterThetlQn will be held here today aud to Jo iorrowDr In Ilaynes of Whltesvllle has been doing dental work at Narrows tbl week Dont forget the discount allowed nn- you on tailormade garments at Car and- IOn Gos from clreMrnndee were In Owensboro the first 01 the week Ames Buggies the best on the market for sale by A C Taylor artford Kr Mrs Lum Gully of Narrows who has been seriously ill for sonic timesb lalmprovlngcenCarson Bios the Grocerera will pants deliver Groceries at your house Give them a CAUJMr J B Curtis and family of the large oshen neighborhood went to Ow Snits sboro Saturday pIes Mr D S Duncan of Lnzerne vII lied his slaw Mrs P L Felix here efirstotheweekCall or Liveryman by artford Ky In nggies and WlgonsInMr Addla Pate will move todavI tDte the recently occupied by Mr Dave BaldwinaniMr S S Cox was in South Caran roUton Sunday eThe young lady Is said to be very sedtetHon B D Gully of Louisville pa- came down Wednesday and will reo dc- main here several days or Mrs Nannie Richmond ol Cal loe- bOOD Is visiting the family of MIs Luey Hnbbard this week MrRT Collins lonr experience la the tallortasde Clothing business aide enableablm to guarantee a fit otedhoods near Goshen Sunday The Hartford and Braver Dam base ball teams will play ball at the Pair otmd here Saturday afternoon Mr George Wall Owensboro m- arrive la Hartford Monday totislt the family of Mr Heber Matthews S Wagons BngglesPbaetons Surries and all other kinds of vehicles for sate by A C Taylor Hartford Ky The Ohio County Medical Astocla on tlou met here Wednesday A goodly umber of M Ds were in attendance Mr Jas P Thomas Louisville camedown Sunday and is out with te Harttord fishing party this week Mr W S Tinsley left Wednesday to attend the District meeting of the nights of Pythias lodge at Hender IOn Mr and Mrs A Webbof tberl Shinkle Chaple neighborhood s leassnt callers at this office dlY ici Miss Lucy King who has been viIItlng friends and relatives In New Albany Ind has returned to her ome here- Attorneys t Claude Smith B P Neal and W H Barnes attended gus tlce W A Rones court at Center town Monday Just received a big line of all the newest things In Ladles and Misses Uppers ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Price Domestic Shirting Cotton sbrics of any kind then come to- airs Yen will find them lower thin anybody R 1 Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Sstislaction guaranteed Mill located southend Irqn ridge Hartford XyifCounty Su ent JIS De- Ia Veeae has appolutedeRSfICllud mith and Cicero Crowder members or his Board of Examiners J Go to the Economy Dry Goods tore for your Millinery goods New Oods received every weekt MUS SARA CoLLINS Sumr Bring your Wool Eggs Feathers than to Fairs Highest prices paid not Until June lit we will give an per 56 oflpn tailormade 19 cent off on tailormade pantNo CARSON Co Bring your Wool Feathers Chickcd and Uggs to the Economy Dry Store MRS SARA COLLINS SUITUShu ol the best and neatest drea men of Ohio county are walking advertisements of RT Collins up date tailormade Clothing We guarantee a fit in tailormad er No fit no money Cal left get the benefit ol the discount be barn June 1st CARSON CoGc The quarantine at the Owensbon the was raised Tuesday and the Hart bank robbers wilt be broughtot for trial at the May term 0 conrtml Mr Isaac Stevens and wile Miss Harris ol Sulphur Springs Mr J A Ccoms of Knottsvllle of this office a very pleasant cal FridaycuMrs David Allen died 01 consump at her residence at Wllllami lines Wednesday and was burled at Patterson burying1 ground neai yesterday Mrs D M Hocker and daughter M Wllla left Saturday for Cor his Ky where they go to spend a week with Mrs Hookers dough Mrs Oscar Bishop W D Stevens Broderlck will lecture at the Baptist church Hartford Thursday night May 22 Subject The Bible Its Influence and naplratlon Admission free A TUB REPUBLICAN has just in a lou fcooi Chandler Price Job pressch we are DOW prepared toprint bUts L the size of a postage stamp to ath tent Bring us your workon Just received a beautiful line orIII eats Spring and Summer wear hid Oufyoung mens Norfolk Suits arcliS obby ECONOUY DRY GOODS STORE la We represent Edward Rose Co- erehatt a Tailors Their workman and Is superior to all others 20 per er off on suits 10 per cent 03 said until June 1st CARSON Co said T Collins hIS already had a trade this spring in tailor made seal He guarantees a fit from sam selected by the customer And ond be surprised at the low prices At a liquor election at Livermore Saturday the wets were detested a majority of ten votes Thlsla- the fifth liquor election la Livermore which the antiwhisky people won Cleve lice has bought Mrb D Moores stock of groceries will conduct the business at the me stand Cleve Is a hustling boy id should have a liberal patronage MrMPate who has been at a Dental school in Louisville last week the best examine ever bad before the State Board y Dental Examiners Dr Pate will tnear RusseUvllleC Noah Ford has brought suit In the Ohio Circuit Court for the recovery of about 1700 acres of land on the North ot Rough river juat above Dun deeM S Rsgiand Wm Powers Andy Cummings Marlon Martin and hers are defendants to the suit The following M Ds were in alien dance at the meeting of the Ohio count medical society here Wednesday DrsJ H Maxwell Narrows B N Patterson McHeriry JD Maddox Rockport Joe W Taylor and LP Nail Cromwell E W lorde J Wedding and J T Miller Hart srd Work was begun Tuesday on houstIJohu C Rlleys new business the site of the old Commercial hotel The new building will be 2x45 feet and Including the basement and observatory wilt be five stories high It wilt be decidedly the most ttractlve building In town when completed A ruin advertising for Martttaa show was arrested here Monday on a warrant sworn out by G B Likens ar tacking up show bills on the livery run by Alvay Taylor He was rImmediately yank d np before the promising f7S lorIs- niappe was graciously allowed to de iatt John Wllbert Wilson and Ansel Wilson are reported to have had a body fight at Rosine Tuesday They were playing pool when a dla pute arose over the game John W Wson assaulted Ansel Wilson with a cue inflicting a severe flesh wound John W Wilson was fined f1000 and cost in the Rosine police court for the isssnlt The remains ol Mr Hugh Tracy who died while In the service of hit country In the Philippine Island ome time ago will be brought here and Interred in Oakwood Cemetery today Mr Tracy was a jon Of- F Dan P Tracy of Louisville who ormerly lived here Peace to the aches of the young patriot who die in the service ol his country The census returns from the varioui llstrlcts show that rOrdsv1jle La the argest school in the county haring 162 pupils Hartford cornea next With 142 while Beaver Daui Is very wlth 339 The smallest school is ter No 68 which reports only 22 ipplls Eighteen schools report leN 45 pupils Three districts have been heard from viz Crow No Skinner No 24 and lingo No Ol the colored schools Hnjti A is the largest repotting 127 while Prcntls the smallest only 10 Of the eleven color schools six report less than 45pallItY A sad cccldent occurred near Ileflln afternoon In which Jas Goff eleven year od son ol Mr Jas A GoflVIost his life The little fellow the sudan older brother had just returned pends torn the pond where they hac- gone to Water the mules and the old Tfct boy opened the gate for James and CT him to take the mules to the 1111 A few moments later Mrs I was horrified at seeing one ot tbe mules running madly about dragging body of her lllelcss boy whose was hung in a loop In a rope the end of which was around thePI neck Just how the sad affair came about will never be known as Lucre was no eyewitness to the origin the very sad accident Death In a natural way though it baa been ocan six thousand years carries with Indescribable sorrow but it ii- iadderstill when it occurs by an un trip ztiMcident A frs Notice The Hartford Water Mill Carding foraachltie wiUbe 9pen for business season Bring on your wool tr J W Fordf a Notice home In the District Court of the United States for the Western District ol entucky in Bankruptcy In the Is matter of William L Williams a ankrupt On this 6th day ol May D 1902 on considering the petl of the aforesaid bankrupt for dls fild on the 23rd day of April D 1902 it is ordered by tbe court a hearing be had upon the same the 24th day of May A D 1902 fore said court at Federal Court at Louisville Ky in said dls or at 10 oclock In the lornoon or near then to as practical and that ollce thereof be published one time Tim r HARTFORD REPUBLICAN a newspaper printed in said district that alt known creditors andoth persons in Interest may appear at Mrs tune and place and show cause J lfany they have why the prayer oi petitioner should not be granted Prof Witness the Honorable Walter CIS Ivans Judge ofsaid Court and the thereof at Owensboto Ken icky in said district on the 6th day May A D 1902 Titos SruitD ClerktRO By DUDLEY LINDSEY FARMERS Three carloads of the est Fertilizer on earth x and Armour br nds- Jus1rebelvedat T J Tur ey and they are selling it at poSeyour order We can save ou money and sell you heprizewinning Tobac o Grower having taken all first and second Premiums at OwensboroKy Remember we are going to give large prizes for the best Tobacco rown with our brands of Fertilizer at our next opening Yours for business TJTURLEVCO FORDSV1LLE KY May 14Quite a gloom was cast iver our little town last thurday by he announcement of the death of Mr john R Walker Mr Walker bad been sick for some time and had on y two weeks previous to his death gone to Louisville lor special treat meaL The best medical attention roved of no avail audat 6 oclock Thursday morning MayS Mr Walk er passed away his remains were trough here the same day Funeral ervlces were conducted Friday morn- Ing at eleven oclock by Bro Rat llfle pastor of the Baptist church which he was clerk at the time of leuth The burial services were in- argeofibe Masons and most im iresslvely carried out Mr Walker raa aUuncbMasdtt aud many Ma flVCrC here from points In and out otbi county to pay their lust respects othelr fraternal brother Fordavllle har sustained a great loss by tbe death oi Mr Walker but the greatest lossoll1 has been experienced by hili dear wire Mrs Helen Walker vho is left alone In their beautiful lit I tie home We extend to her our most leartfelt sympathy at this lonely time Mr and Mrs Morris Wilson and llies Edna Wilson came down from oulsvlUe Thursday to attend the In eralpfMrJ R Walker Mrs J P Gllmore who has been fikillnjf relatives in Owensboro re turned home Monday Mrs W W Camp little son and inrse went to Louisville Saturday Miss Lutie Nail of Vine Grove is laltfng Mrs Frank Moseley Mrand Mrs I C Adair went to Louisville Saturday and returned Sun lajr night Kfiss Rose Johnson has gone to Ma ioUKyIoran extended visit tohtr irother 1 Mn Chsrley Reynolds went toJrv Ingto1JTulllday oalDrDaruhl1 is In Owensboro this LIwee1t attenalng the Grand Council d of the Red Men 1 Yr and Mrs ShrewsDerryand Mr Salt Rheum It may become chronic It may coVer the body with Urge Inflamed burning Itching scaling and cause Intense suffering has been known to do so Do not delaytrealment- Thoroughly cleanse the system rchumors on which this ailment de sand prevent their retunth im medicine Uktfetr Mrs 1 U X WSPoint M L iru H4 B uit Bhtwrittu t had a gMarraibts IISkXSIa ndms which I conclude wu bra Ukliic Ih4a StnouUte sad S- ahrJ was felt better U wo not lonrktfn gmdlare Hoods Sarsapsrill haps to cure and keeps the y promise It Is positively unequaled- for no all cutaneous eruptions Take It Mrs Olla Wileon spent Snnd ytlu Itcrnoon at Sulphur Springs- A patty from here contemplate a to the Mammoth Cave soon Mrs Arnold McCarty with her lonilextended trip through Old this Mexico Mr Leslie Walker who his beta St Louis for some time came last Friday Miss Adele Torpeg a quite at active young lady from Louisville expected to be the guest of Miss thel Conniff the last of May threnSJMrsoslnt are visiting Mrs JJ Tilford Messrs D C Mooreman and L If eWeese of Glendeane were In brdsville Friday to attend the burial Mr Walker Mrs Mary Howard and little son oramle came down from Rockvale of Mrs buowards got1eBuckleys parents Mr and Mrs doQuiteDtushcls botany class and olfa Hatspent Saturday afternoon in the oods out near Mitchells spring VIflowerMr and Mrs A J Wilson of- chester came over Friday to at the burial of Mr Walker How About Your Heart Feel your pulse m few mumtts Is it regmlar Arc you short of breath after slight cxcrtiesi as going up stain swwpiae walking elcl Do haTe pain in left breast side er between shouldet blade L chair ing sensations fainting GI smothering ipsllt inabilii t lie on left side If you un any of these symptoms you certainly have s weak best and should immediately take MUeiHeart Cure- Mr f X Ottt W JaasatYi- latvku Las tpptta EltMcta M MriMrff- afftcttd of kuit I nte4 MTtj tWut the butt tod la the left shoulder and itdtt whlb the ptlptate wool awn me from or btetn Uklnr Miles HurtOu and suet tiaa4 pennaMttrtlUC Sold kr sit Druggist Dr Mlltp Medical Co ElkhtH lad No 5e79 Report of the Condition of tbe ISFIRST MTIONRL BANK in Of Hartford at Hartford la the State of Kentucky at the close of bud ness April 30 190 KKSouncxn I Loans41LR4vlI nod to oeine rircQl tloD t30000 Ortrdratti Mcund sad inwcartd non nnoVtCK hooi rarnlttiw aSS sajeres lMTCO from National Dtnki not r1agenta 411141 Do from Stat flaskS anoSnaahre M844 nit from ppproTtd reseued IIIU 1TIMM leeks syd tkirrMilUl l S8ST Note ot oUr Natloial nllll JJMCO Fractional paper currne alcllW aid etllu il L wrctMo Kt JliiHTM 1 is Hans vzi IpHJfIItUS 4Itltsy- otea lostOO Redemption toad with U 8 TrtMir er I 4resat teIrtu1stIoa 1110 ToTAL rn4iTtf rUDIUTlEg- Ctptttlitock paid 111000008ur- pl reed J JOtW- UoclltMrd profit IfM aspen tttf taxes ptldM UI- Katlonal flank notes oitttaadlDf tfOM M iDdUMotl dtpoiltf inbjxt to cbst7ilUTIm nrtUcatn of d poilt lltU TOTAI lur14 Rtat of Kntnckrl- Coontj ot Ohio J rl C BUeyCoihUr of the abore named but do o1emLi ewear that theabore elaUmeatU true to the best of Br nowltdfe and belief 1 Co Ritty Castle Bobetribed and evornto before mi this itla day oUI1002 t- COLLT no fiLls Notar PibUr eOIllIl1loa eiplret FebruAry 1I1H4 COIIICTAIL T Ln irn V OD latmi Dlnetere JfJlTiTiie I 4 d CARSON 5l CO 1 Did You See Br- ownToDay recommended him to yesterday and wo fitted perfectly in a Now Spring Ho was wen pleased said Never knew there such a Readytowear in Hartford There hundreds like them Per youve one of them If onare wo want to say that matter what price Suit you- wnntvo can do better byyou any one wo know of Suits 300 to 1500 Will you look at them No obligation to buy but a ok will convince you that is the place to buy your Spring and Summer Suits See Here Mother Just a Moment You know girls are harder on their dresses than women 21 Yet you get the cheapest ma terial for them It doesnt pay It makes their clothing cost more by tim year It makes the girl appear poorly dressed half the time Maybe it pays the dealer We dont know never tried it The newest and best things are here Mercerized Ginghams and Linens Silk and Ging hams and Wash Silks Wo have lots of nice Ginghams and if you want something heavlerjsee our lino of Woolen Goods Tho latest patterns inid pricethat will jcause you to buy SalvedExclaims neary every one of our customers as ey pocket their change after purchasing theirS Hat Do You Want to Save Money Very well Compare our Hats with the Hatsr other Millinery stores Do not compare prices t compare Hats If you find our 300 Hats as od as other Millinerys 500 Hats you make a saving dont you Well try it and see for if you we believe you will come here and buy your put your CHANGE in your pocket and shout SAVED Just like the rest of our patronsIN Remember the word Investigate i CARSON CO + Hartford Ky EVERYBODYS STORE WoolI Wool Being tho largest handlers of this staple in this county and always paying tho highest prices tho market will stand having a stock of Merchandise from which youcan select anything you need at unquestionably low prices makes our store the most advantageous place to sell your Wool Millinery Goods Our second purchase of Newest Shapes and ready iowenr Hats has just arrived and wo aro showing this jveek an en tirely now variety of shapes and trimmings Dress Goods Department Our entire line of Spring and Summer Wash Fabrics is now open for your inspection You can buy an airy giyn mer frock at from 3c to SOc per yard India Linens at from 5c to 25c per yard Fancy Nainsooks Dimities and other White Goods at from 5q to5tpor yard Suband Woolens endless variety ar lled to see this line + + pin order to appreciate its imnio abit h I Carpets RugsfHe Spring cleaning must soon begin A new Carpet must be bought A few new Rugs must replace tho old ones Laco Curtains to bo had Shades foiHhe windows AVliitpQuilts for tho room A new Coucnr ci A now Wardrobe tNew Chairs artd Rockers New Stand Table andf Cover All of ltfo wo can supply at a very reasonable ojat toYQu Is it not to your very material advantage to buywheroyou get tho bestsorvice largest stock and lowest prices Wo are showing quite a sample line of Brussels Carpets from bielt you can select your patterns and we will havo them cut and mado ready to go onyour floor IfyoU want Brussels look through our line and if wo donfsavbyou money dont buy Slippers I Slippers I Ourc tiroio 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LESS THAN ic A DAY Tlie Ulfct Drlghitit and Out P pr In the Southlrnm iote 16 pages dally 20 and 24 page on Saturday thcVodhAlmnacJLol over 600 f FREe to all sending In their subscription for one Year before April T 1902 RATES UY HAIL ONLY One OcVeTHE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY If You Want i To keep posted and othorfise- wellinformed subscribe for The Republicaii Ii And get all the news all the time QI- i o it e o a TtHiW tftfe H B Bp H 4i5i rIFRIDAY MAY 16 I Illinois Contral Railroad Timo Table Nw time card taking eRect Sunday Dec 2 oolItbOOINorth llnnnil Honlh Ilnnnil No 132 desrt II m No UI itnllII a m No 102 dn247p m No Ill dne Z47 p ro No122 due 1230 pm No Ill des 845 m Local JIhlaNo l4do 7W am No MS dot il1 pm B D ViKuiTKn Anent PISOS CURE FOR P ppKE2Cr U0 Ait tfCONSUMPTION READS ROMANTIC A Kidnapper Who Has Been a Fn gttlve Four YearsFound In Italy In 189 Margaret Taylor three ycarr old Vas stolen by her Aunt Clara Tay lor living near Cincinnati Since thenI all efforts to locatethem have failed Recently the Commercial Tritium ol Cincinnati undertook to locate the missing child and the fugitive aunt Detectives were employedand after only lour weeks work the Runt and child have been located in Italy and are under surveillance of the shrewd est detectives As soon as the neces sary papers are served between theI two governments the little girl will be restored to her parents and the aunt delivered to the authorities to answer before the law Another aunt and grandmother the little girl baveI already been found entity of aiding the kidnapping and are under sus pended sentence at Columbus 0InowThe interest taken by the Com mer clal Tribune and the prompt response to a request an subscription by the people to restore the little child to tbeI arms of her almost distracted parents deserve the praise and gratitude of all sympathizing with those In trouble and distress Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells bow to prevent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three children tok whooping cough last summer OUII baby boy being only three month old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy the lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whos parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Jessie Pinkey Hall Springville Ala This Remedy is for sale by all druggist m According to the Treasury Depart ment there were tor the perioJ ofI thirteen years ending with 1894 69 166 strikes and 6067 lockouts in the United States The number of men involved was 3712561 Wages were lost to the extent ol 190493 173 and the loss toeonployers was 94825137 Labor organizations paid 103036000 for the support of strikes In addi tion there were enormous indirect losses which ol course cannot be accurately calculated To attempt says the Department to give the to tal and absolute loss direct and indi rect ot all our labor troubles the loss of assured gains the stoppage of contemplated work for fear of strikes and all those thousand and one 10sses1s simply beyond the power ot man and absolutely incalculable The Latest- A volcanic eruption ol Mt Pelee in the Island Martinique on Tues day destroyed the city of St Pierre and the loss of life is placed at 40000 A French cruiser which was off the city at the time ofthe tearful catastro phe managed to save about 30 lives The downpour of lava reached the harbor and every vessel save one was destroyed with all their crews Eye witnesses state that the volcano which had been active lor several days seemed to burst its cap and a flood ol steam sand and molten rocks follow ed It Is Impossible tell whethei other points have not also suffered Ashes fell on the Island of Barbadoes one hundred miles from SJ Pierre and on ships at sea Incoming vessels lefort that the ocean was vitiblp affected and countrary currents en sued No one has been able as ytt to land at St PlerreV Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LVONS LAXATIVB SVRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy In apply ng for a divorce in Chica go recently Mts Catherine Ormsby said I have been married seven years and am a mother oHourteen children My husband deserted me because the family grew too rapidly I have had two sets of twins one of triplets and one quadruplets I had seven chil dren when he left Four months afterward I had quadruplets and now there are eleven children in the house Three died before the desertion Season of Suicides Saturday and Sunday three promi nent Georgetown Ohio citizens com mitted suicide by hanging tlTenselves and the community was thrown into great excitement by the announce- mentS one following upon the other James Heizer a man is good finan cial circumstances residing Is a bean fl aoti i liI i On FUYelt1g g on bi1i4g Now UiIot ihp 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 niucuous membranes causing them powerfulentirely eaten away the same memo branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has or many years made a close study and speciality ot the treatment ol Catarrh has at last perfected a treat raent which when faithfully used not permanentIycause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is thelonly remedy known to science partsThisSouffles the Gnaianteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely Sow price of One Dollar each package containing internal and medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCureas the only sate and positive bare for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold n the HeadSCatarrh when neglected often leads Consumption Snuffles wit save you II you nse it at once It IsI no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postlvely guarahs teed to cure Catarrh in any fordi or stage if used according to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for It at once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your caG without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snnfflts the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent 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 tllnl country place near Georgetown was found hanging dead in an oat bonse Last spring his oldest son killed himself by sending a bullet from- a rifle through his brain- ExSheriff Campbell who was visit- Ing relatives at Alton Illinois was found hanging in a barn The news oi his death fell like a thunder crash among his many friends throughout Brown county The third suicide was that of An drew Peddicord a member of an old and wellknown family who lived in comfortable circumstances ousde of the city limit His body was found hanging dean near his home OUR PROTECTION My only protection against burglars was my dog Jack Unfortunately be was cltlicr hard of boarlug or be could not discriminate between friends and foes but by the tluio I bad owned Jack a fortnight nono of my friends would como near ilK So I followed tbo example of the clown at the circus who owned an clan tie dug I took him In at night and let him out In the morning Jack had his chair In tbe sitting room close to a veranda and a window from which the vide gate could bo seen and past which the sidewalk extended for a square or so oUrs being the last house on the block I sometimes wondered myself It I was not as much afraid of the dog as of tbo burglars bqt ho never moved from his post and I become used to his low growls and barks If any one passed which did not often happen One day a company of friends came from the city and stayed over night at my earnest solicitation Woo sighed several times during the evening Oh for a man I lint there was not one of those useful bipeds In the company After music and a lath supper we told ghost storks and ended up with bur glar experiences by which time there wasnt a thimbleful of brains among usnothing but hysterical fears and nervous tremors Then we had a good deal of trouble In comiK 8lng tbo dog Seeing new faces seemed to disturb him nUll ho was full of low growls that weN threatening and belligerent lie want ed to lit nt each ono of my friends separately Then bo tried to take them collectively but I hung on his collar with both hands while Hitnnah coax ed him with a bone and we finally landed him In the old chair which was his throne by day In tho woodshed and his couch by night In tbo pacloe Once there ho curled himself up for keeps while the rest of us scrambled upstairs and shut ourselves Into our sev eral apartments It was tho noon of ulghtaiufjisUIgbt as day with a full moon heii1 Vjas awakened by hearing some ono at my door and a small feminine voice call log In hushed syllables let mu In oh let mo ml nnd I opened the door Instantly and saw a company of ghosts in the hall each one of whom whIsper- ed In accents that clove to the roof of mouthBurglars burglars In tim Looser I whispered back with clattering teeth Its Jackr Jack was Indeed making a remarka ble demonstration lie neither harked nor growled but made a strange hisS- Ing noise that I am told Is native to tho bloodhound alono and is the most awe Inspiring threat that a bloodthirsty dog can snake Dont said ono of my friends as 1 was about to turn on a light If yon do the burglars will scone Let us look out of tho front windows It Is as light as day and tliey will not know that wo have seen them So we crept Luau In band with two frightened children clinging to us to tho windows stooping low so that we suroonolghtwothe middle of tho road coming directly toward the house by tho siafl AfHera the dog was on watch and no doubt they were quite unconscious that thereI was anydog on tho premises for vhenI they reached the door they stepped upon tho sidewalk opened the gate stepstopnltl1iJ time the dog had kept n + mUMt m Wfff rf f fl q Ilrlvn3 11 4 Jllll1 shklllc hlllld but the niome tIm two men stepped on tho veranda tho dog sprung front his chair to the table and threw himself against tho window with n yell of rage that was like the roar of a wild finlmal followed by that long baying cry familiar to those who have ever heard n puck of bloodhounds give tongue Wo nil thought the window was bro ken from tho casement that perhaps the men would shoot our only protect or flInt make their way In but in n moment we were reassured The noise the dog made prevented our hearing anything but we saw tho two men going away nt first slowly then faster suit they went back the way they conic Were they burglars Walt till I tin ish my story The next day I took my lltle family and accompanied my friends to their home in tho city We aid each noted the dress sIze and gen coil appearance of the two men one being tall nnd wearing a derby hat while tbo other was short nnd wore a cap There was great excitement at our llttla suburban station and a crowd of people Lad gathered about some police officers who had captured two men We craned our necks and saw our two burglars Who are theyT we asked breath lessly Tramps I reckon said the station master They nearly murdered an old man up here in Harlem last night because he wouldnt give up his moo ey The old fellow was plucky and roused tbo neighborhood and tho offl cera are Just taking them into the cityWo looked nt each other when tht station master bad finished It might have been us I said with- a shudder It It hadnt been for Prey idence and Jack From 514 to Worcr Jones Brown Is an unlucky dog SmithHows that Jones His object in marrying was to get out of a boarding bouse SmithWell Jones Now his wife Is running one to support tbc family Chicago News THE GOLDEN RULE The Golden Rule Is worldwide and Is variously voiced ns follows Do as you would be done byrer sian Do not that to a neighbor which you would take lit tutu hlui GrecUa What you would not wish done to yourself do not unto others Chinese One should seek for others till happi ness one desires for oncnelf Buddhist lie sought for others the good be de sired for himself Let him pass on EgyptianAll whatsoever ye would that men should do to you do ye even so to them Christian Let none of you treat his brother In n way be himself would dislike to be treated Mohammedan The true rule in business Is to guard and do by the things of others as they do by their own Hindoo The law Imprinted on the heart of all men II to love the members of so defy ai themehellomau Whatsoever you do not wish your neighbor to do to you do not unto him- Thll Is the whole law The rest Is n mere exposition of It Jewish Thr 1V ntert S licit A Scottish congregation presented their minister with n sum of money and sent him off to the continent for a holidayA just come from the cou tinent tact n prominent member of the church nod said to him Oh by the bye I met your minister In Germany Ho was looking very wellhe didnt look os if he needed a restNo said tbe church member very calmly It was no him It was tbo congregation that was necdln a rest Pearson Weekly eguz- sthCaS0 OXIX a1blIkdYcsIi2sAJ2y8Ib- tT SIp lIdlJleI U t L Railway I HENDERSON ROUTE Are preparing to do a large excursion business from July 31it to August 12th from all points on their line to the new Owensboro Chautauqua Nothing like It has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very best and most attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed In the beau tiful Seven Hills Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular lino of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Our don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gov Bob Taylor W H Sears Mrs Rorer of the Ladies ionic Journal Misi Ellen M Stone the ransomed miislwwry Lieut Hobion Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeoo and scores of other and every day and every evening will be given a series ol the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slight of hand and jugglery to ihe highest clan of popular muiic and moving pictures Farmers and their families will be especially interested in the coming of John M Stab Bficretary of the Na tional Farmers Congress and every evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRoces electric fountain tw J feet larger than the one shown at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any oi their agent or you can write to the Superintendent of the Chautauqua WO Archer Ow eniboro Ky and be will send you a special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and living prigileges and the complete program i kJ1rwiuQPA- S I If r LlI j Cit fWJKT nBwivrTAiu UJK i hi mn Her Knink hewitt TiilninK nail ruwiHlnl edUn11II Hi nilil Onljr IMMIU rniliirM bj TalimiKO tnnilljr KnortuiiM pros t for Hflvnt who set inlrkLv OillOt tenivntn Wrltnlmmr dlaldjr to CIAHU t Co iCJ N 4 It hi riilinU lilllN In Urnllon thU rnp r WHISKE125 PER GALLON ptfriitLowest price Whisky House SouthernRailway Throutb Kl htnMtHonthtrnKtat- MKENTUOKVTKNNKSSKK South CAROLINA ALABAMA Vlll GIN North CAUOL1NAGKOIN OJA and MISSISSIPPI 11WdTralaaluT and afire l aUTlllrfroia McTrntb Htrrrt Union iicpoteunrqiiugwith train of t hi tUKolaCtatnl Railroad sat L IIt St L K It For I aorlDa IIoa addrtea A coot T A SIS Ith Art touUflll- Wu TTLOtsat U f A 1ooltllU ATTENTION l n drake In par IrnUnt Whbtb Apptq Mil PMth 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