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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 TIlE HARTFORD REPU LICANt y y Fine Job Work a Specialty OrrlCIAL OBdM OFTDmmiU1 rOUBra COMBBES810NdLDIST8ICL Subscription 1 a year 36rthburglarydoctoSicknnea lug man and the commocause of the rorklng mans alcknees ii dJteue of the f beuLlttnImp MedIcalf the aadngay alckaew It ennui illlo bfdlgootloneases of heart liver lungs kMueya thediCtlits a111e1 organs Abou tta y srs agobe nn to h ft troubk I S1J ofyS week my Momacb wwkl blOII and I front ucbtIl1l1 helpwbalrnr HboalbtIhJDUhovllbtae ot your Gokln ledka IMoOTrry an medldatafmpiamtht ttartttdl ha cotntnrn e sat llo d taday Mth lllopMedleadU ftOOIl ngulAtathef MEATS MALT TIC IotA L i0ap Awe PTClTRUCTIYL nan LUe sad 9ttentth to Every Drop A adecU1c ooalbtnaU td the eatcatW- I i touasthumta of PRlMR BEEF and 7 OLD MALT LooltrE U 101 MEAT It WILT CO Louhrme Xy JtltrzWtllbln dIciefI t rreaelblood ueklrivet he rretiua1 vitntadgatloaapNebII btne1lMA I h s tknsod VOIafIlnl1rLDLon nIfl Colt td 1Iwmac7 MAT e tddLT COIlo1nlU Kj I F SiibcrmlnDBros U Larest Fur House M AreBranches All Oren Eurspl- ltehest R cub price pid foe In kinds or taw fun Hold Foot shipment WlrfffaJS SILBERMAN BROS llrtollsMkhltaaSL Chlosaolll UPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The But In Current Uteratuid 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260PERTCAR6ci A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES eVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITELF For Conallpallon- Tako Lyons LaullfeSrru an Ideal nmedJ for euanltotakoandper- ecU1harmletsuudCtatlc teuraltafcca 1rcolllO Mrs Laura S Webb rl ubsolAnaoruu JeoIO- oJ1 Wo yIrsau of IM whW- aWaah IMIeed Slm- td I yr 1 tla- Ut Isoya dcJ 1ls1 0 I nllt mad ao II ksoil k this month l a sIu- wfth l- It opats Md I phsM tits k offIon tOW t I havep aliutraaL Tamale weakne men duing of the itroablea do ow A to the 1 B woMi toe fallsmlo7 to benodtt sugcring woman of Wino reUovod- Mis Webb when oho was In dar oome to tho ehanlN lettermoan does will I now Butyoutow tvold the 8Ufrerlna 800 DruRist leU el Bottles Of Wine of Chnduls Of HUNTERS Paradise Found b Dr Peters in RhodcIti LAND TEEMS WITH WILD LIFEd Tl1rilfoi Encounter of Ike Ez- pCorer wtth ManHlntt g LIons and flis Narrowg Escape cathBEASTS FIERCE AND FEARLESS lDr Call Peters the German explorer who thinks he has found th Land of Ophlr In Rhodesia has brought back to civilization great sto ties of the hunting M that part of Africa In that mysterious land bctwce- the Zl1mbca1 and Saba country the JUBile hoe tame toJta own again covering ancient fortresgaa and poise walls with a growth that looks u IfC It never had been disturbed man since the world begallIAnd In that jungle wild beasts rule Theaters the lions and leopards are man not waiting to be attacked but carrying the war into the camps as Into the very teats ofthe invaders When Dr Peters entered the coon try with his expedition he was amaz ed at the profusion of lifeThe lan and the waters sad the air were full of ltthhe has declared that the big gamet hunting in of the territory is the beat In theworld ne Zamr best river there it fun of and crocodilesfWe saw herd after herds of ale phanl buffalo and rhlnocetol Everywhere he marked the tratb of zebra and quana lie describe the wealth of birds as- coloaaal Gulneaheneplteaeanteeranes and storks flamlugocs pelicans ducks and geese were seen by 111m In thouaaul but In hundred of Ihoosb ands on the banks and Islands of the stmightyBok and antelope he found In enor moue numbers And eaetof the Man to ha Land the hunters met lions and leopards that riot only were plentiful but furless providing the very c1le mu of sport and excitementa tcbestateneatiade ooonlO8I11y byllon hunters to tile elket that the apart is not very dangerous not true la thlh btackman blmeelf preference LioNUtart MAx Inj2 rJ111Theyother game deliberately and enter the break Into kraals where cothey bthatthe great cats they hunt In bread slInof the Mashona1andlrallread were actsw ually dragged out of their rooms their huts by lions and carried o within fun view of the laborers along the railroad On each occasion the lions made their attack In the middle of the dap- Another lion leaped Into a tent on the Sabl river and carried away a British prospector while he was atSI luncheonccOne day when Dr Peters Dr Dleecker and an ngllshman named Thompson and several others were aBabreakfast In the valley of the negroes arrived breathlessly with thesl news that that three lions had broken Into a kraal In the neighborhood vii loge of Merula and killed dad dragged w olio man and a number ofdogs The lions said the messenger were thenn sitting Inn thick bushneat the vII 01 VBloeckerflea and Itccompanled by two unarmn ed men who carried the cartridges they fooprcfsedt iIage where there r tteoeeexclte nt aU the negroes ecreamjngand aboathig fn an t1busbsettlement and extended tot rivet I which was about ISO feet distant Peters toQkA6fe position oar a bl cJlocckerthe beaatsl hiding place The no groes gathered on the other epd of the bush and began to rite old musk eta beat drums and make all the noise possible to drive the lions towards a the hunters Before many mintitea a tremendu- ous roar sounded right In front of Peters and a dUol1heavIlY ml1edspran towardd the UH Thetl ranter mifitlelJ 01 a Instantly the brute leaped again this time directly at the doctor lIe stepped ntdcwayn and in the nezt moment the ion had beaten down fear negroes who had ben hiding be- gr hind the tree and knocked them In sen81ble with sweeps of his great paw Dr Petetn was just about to fire when the ilea leaped on the filth ma tearing savagely at his neck an shoulders with forepaws and teeth Feerlng to shoot the man Peters rimed a little too high and shot Into the lions ribs Instead of his backbone A nAIRRAISING MOSifNT But the bullet had the desired effect ofdlvertfng the beasts attention Crom hlS victim and he tarred arose ma tlcally to his ul noble heIght ea lared at Peter who stood bared ten feet sway The doctor reached out for more rtridges and lolling to get them backward To his horror he saw his cartridge bearer tanning atop speed toward the village ConvInced that he was at the ea of hIs earthly hunting he clubbed hi fightIThe lion crouched gatherer himself for a spring andfeU is a heap The expending bailers elfct ou th justnIn the nick of time and not a tent ot a second too coon beautifulelessly dragged hlmeell toward some high grass On the way a big negro tried to spear hIm Dying though he wan the lion with s motion as Irhe were fanning onde light pattcould hardly be called a blow That pat ripped on all the or the mans left leg from the kneedWith the last roar of defiance the wny fighter won the grass Later ey found him far away dead near foot of the mountains toward w1JQ he had crawled despite hit tet le Injuries The tither two lions were not bThecgmpxad sound only by the expendl- t l aU the remedies carried by the espedttlonLn0PARA AT Tilt WATER UOLB A month later some of the blacks or the part appeared In romp and reo ported leopard had been seen them lying In watt for them ntt a water hole Peters god DloeclerI arted et once Dloecker had his Peters shouted to his servant tallow with him The water hole was only a lew yards swag Delore Dr Peters dream that he was l1uywhere neat the his companions rifle rangIand an Immense leopard the air and fell back Into the lIe had been lying directly In frontt Peters and yet despite his dethe markings were so perfectlyI with the jungle fled not seen him at aU C As II they were matching their 1I against man the crocodiles and idfaguntry Two black men belonging the Peters expedition were killed crocodiles at one timeHThe creatures lay bank of the river end when the men to wash the immensely pOw tails of the amphibians werem ung at them and carried offfMr Thompson saw the whole oc currence He could see the bodies ct the men dearly as they were beingc dragged along just under the The hippopotami says Dr Peters to have learned that there Is s Uon between canoes and ex ploglne bullets Besides the royal game there are of other dangerooe animalsI boons seem to share the I of daring and regiments of them wander around with confidence descending Into the cultivated lauds cEvenas timid there as are Inmost loca1ltleccI Thereis Life Tber Is Hope 1 WAS afflicted with catarrh could taste nor smell and could bear but little Elys Cream Balm cured 1tMArcus GShautz Rahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely and theefle Is surprising My son says brat pppilcetlon gave decided re Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balal does not Irritate or cause- sneezing Sold bY drurgtst at S or mailed by lly Brothers 5- arren 6 St New York Grover Cleveland havlntt stated that his attitude respecting next years Democretlc nomination Is aCne consequence Itlr Bryan has atlas chance to cordially agree with him Balk Lake Tribune The first month of Spring Put your system In shape now and escape ills that springtime brings I10r his use Ramon Tonic Regulator H Williams m r i L f t JOHN BURKE Writes Interesting Letter to Sup t DeWeese and the Ohio County Teachers Newport Ky March i6 192 HartforddKyDeor Sit I have often though ot writing you and your teachers to thank you for the kindness and cod test shown me while I was h your little city last sonnet and alter a long silence when perhaps I am fo gotten by most or all who were In the Intimate I shell perform along negi datey think I have heard Iron you or a single one of your teacher since I leltyour tows behind two fleet horses to catch the train at Deaver revtago thought of you all however ond ta you were your little kingdoms and to Imagine that perhaps I mIght have let drop some word or thought that would lighter oeme r vaporingsh busy have done I think some good and perhaps some harm since you saw my lea Itlilnk I Instructed but Ol1e Institute after peace that was In Johnson county In Eastern Ken tneky I land a splendid mcetln teacheiame any gree more royally than did those oC Ohio county Whatever Impression the teachers curled away from that Institute 1 certainly was Impressed with the Intelligence the kindness the courtesy the progressive spirIt of the members of the Institute I hav often spoken of these to others end gave such a description of the people and of the rosary to thee pupils In our upper grads that they gamed to know both as I did myself The de ate among the teachers was the feature of the meeting I haveI often told our young men that itIwould cause them to brash tq hear the scholarly philosophical addresses of those whom they are accustomed to regard Country Hoosiers I remember not only the manly Corms of the young men and their spirit of progress In cal that goes to make tits worth living but being of s susceptible nature I recall with ex- quslte pleasure the swtcte1 faces and voices of the ladles Your secretary promised to send me the names addresses of all the teachers In year c bat felled to keep his prom e I suppose he forgot to do so I remember him well although I cannot reap his name He was lame as Ireca11 him and had a mind well fit to notedetalls For myself I have been as busy as seller I do not know that a- nailer fs any butler than other labor w asisdomuse It to signlfylthat I have not been le I do remember holweverthat my boyhood when I saw people nailing clapboards or shingles on a thei they seemed to be very busy ow appropriate some of the common sayings of the common people and what n world of wisdom to them I have had some little troubles n- cuy work ea no one sails to heaven on flower beds of ease These lit tie annoyances serve but to develop what Is tone for If we had Jlodlffi- cnltlea to overcome wewouldblcome s passive as plants So tar I have out first bestaud with some a little troubles of my own I am reasonably satisfied with ute Its oppor pottanitles Its carts Its joys and sor rowsI nave long ago learned that It does no good to murmur and I have ceased to do so My motto Is lake It come and make the best oft As to taking It as It comes we are compelled to do that but as tomak ins thebest of It that flea to a great in our ownpowerAt least is my philosophy whether true not As Igrow older I bream e norc humble is myself ltlvelp and dogmatically I have so otter learned that I have been mls taken Chats feet my way cautiously to any new truth or supposition Y have partly come to the that while truth exists In the essen- of purity that all we are permitted to see In our limited scope and with our bleared vision Is only occasional glimpse of her lair and beautiful form In ether words In our node trotois only as It were relative trpthtrnt adapted to our condition hat not the real thing You will pardon me for philosophizing os It would be as mm possible for me to speak or writ e without branching oR to some oral subject oe It would be for me to speak without using my tongue and lips I do not know the reason for this c- cept that I was made that way While I love to try to philosophize- my chief delight Is found In mcetlng men and In otadylug men and things Nr F 1 I o ten stop on my way from on school to another and talk for a fe- miantea to the street worlcta and mlist nay that hunt ea often sortie of the ezqulslte enjoyments ot life to rinse who have ben shaped by booko and schools Thin makes me think of Buena who said RThta all 7a0r eollrttee nod ebooJ Yoar LnUn names tot home end stools II bOllut nature mada you tools- What tabs 7o0r grammar Tontl a hatter tnoa op spates eai Ibool thanlnt breoktI do not know whether any of the pamphlettcont my two short addresses or a little work on astronomy I left theICthey did they may thnlr mea bigger tool than I em Ihave however bed some flattering words said of both After I came home I was afraid that i might have said something that rightnme an on taus matters I hope not for I am a believer la the spiritual to an unusual degree but lam not exactly ortho ties Inm willing to let others think as they will about the great questloull offcan no on the matter than my own I think It Is just as much religion to teach school as to preach tae gospel to plant corn and potatoes as to sal tracts to work on the roads as to ride over them In the capacity of a circuit rider Au Is for the glory or God II done for the welfare and happiness of gospelea over In the other world entirely and onsidering beautiful earthly home as ovule or tears Ishall be satisfied with heaven Ilt is even so benntllal- as this world I airiest envy yon the pleasure you will feel on the reo turn of spring In the ferUle valleys astuteIgreen tn the springtime If I could only pass through your woods at about the time the dogwoods are In bloom It would be like a foretaste or glory The deep silent forest always had a charm forme but this is especially the case cOmngeaaeAnnieAad I oven go out In the parks here and spend nn Sunday tint there Is too ranch of mans art to please me ntirely If the doctrine ortmnsml station of Soule be true I think at nome former time my present soul was that of same wild Incfau before the cultured white man taught him to delight II murder In the love of natures lace unadorned and uncorrupted by mans meddling I delight like the native denizen of the forest In closing I wish to send my good wishes to you and your fun corps or teachers To have them feel that I am glad for every happy moment they have experienced since I saw their faces and that I am sorry for every unhappy one To let them know that I wish file for them lobe tall of joy as Is best for them and their lives may not only be toil ofjoy but of usefulness Yours truly 70IN DURKIt SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by ono Bottlo of Cham borlalns Cough Hornody When I had an attack of the gripW last winter the second one I red myosin with one bottle of Chain berlans Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise T ShortsvlUe N Y This Is the hon Test troth I at times kept from coughlug myself to pieces by taking Or teaspoonful of this remedy andA when the coughing spell would come on nt night I would take II doss aid- it seemed that In the brIefest Interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompdnylng pains To Bay that the remedy acted as R most agree I able surprise is putting It wary mildly I had no Idea that It would or could knock out the grip simply be cause r had never tried It for such a purpose but It did and It seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the NhaddrnggMs r t19eceBorsht InSIgnature Ill A wreck on the Cadiz railroad near Tracy last week occurred Just os foretold by the Rev I N Strothet badlyhGrip Remedios In Grout Do nand When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies arc A is great demand Mr Joseph D Williams 01 McDuU Va says that he was cured or a very cep and last ins attack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy alter trylugsever other preparations with In no effect for sale by aU drligglsts i n p HA PASTOR I EY 1 presented to Alai by Emperor William ot Germany Upon the fly leaf ot ono ot tho bibles tho Emperor hoe written fn his own handwritings textThis honored pastor In a recent letter to tho Perona Modlolne Co of Columbus 0 says concerning their tmous catarrh remedy Perona The Perona Medicine Co Columbus U Gentlemen IlIad hemorrhages ot the lungs for r long Would save many yearYours Ii Thousands or people hllvo catarrh who would bo surprieal to know It because It has boon called sumo other nnmo than catarrh The tad is catarrh i catarrh whorevor located and soother foal which le ot equally great Importance Is that Perona rotas catarrh wherever located Catarrh is an American dteease ally onehalf of the people are afflicted moro PtovlouBmttoMderoxl wall nigh incurable Smce closed bottle Cent package Root Liver alit SHIPS ON THE OCEAN There are phantom ships the octane They are manned by phantom crew the satiate scream through the rigging And fade In the Ocean blue the load come safe to bar be- Spoke the Captain his motley crew rhea 8allcd In majestic grandeur Through the Ayer aye said the mate good master bonnier craft stem the main hat care for Den Ammis prophesy Or his Turkish Are we the faIr sons of Britain hat gird the earth with our power be covered by dark skinned sorcerer proplecles made in nn hour nd the good ship sailed onward As Iron the w3nge of bird But the crew half Indian and Turkish Gave heed Ben Ammta word Thrice were his charms remember lull well at Navatiao the ship that salted out ofthe harbor Was wrecked the Algerian shore Den Amml the prophet of Allah Whose strange Incantations and pOw- er Were known through the Sultans do minions From the Balkans Omars tower ear the sacred Caaba or Mecca the faIthful kneel in prayer Den Amml changed to An Eunuch that spat his hair the market place at Mecca Ben Amml gave speech to Ass And he spoke the name ofMoham med As the faithful to Caaba would pass And the good ship sailed onward But the mariners tell weird tate or the phAntom ship the ocean And the cry the crew In the gale JT Aubrey Summer Trip on the The trip Salt Lake City the PacIfic coast via that point over the Denver Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Nesters the most beautiful America No European trip of equal length can compare althlt In VHO 1AS IBYSAVED PRUL LutheranBt tIme eJstrengtbItmedicineREV llr the Introduction pt Penma the medleal profession thousands otCe8 ar4 oared annually grocerofDy following taking Peron Ma l1i1 am cared catarrh I had catarrh for twelve years andqulto bad cough lOX eouid not sleep nights I do not pavo any anythinginlthothroat Smith writesI bnffound omilUl1lmprovlng SeventeenthStreet monthstreatnlont beingnot nStevons conuwrites llgo4ndtbopasttour tojetherfit docfdtc1to occaelonallpnotym beQanslngobtainedgreatreliefAElbortBRichards remedyrorverydisagreeable gGthleagocheerfullyrcommeDlf afalladv1cegraYi PrealdcntofTho Groves Tasteless Tonic MDoabottIcsEa every to o veJIa PHANTOM on a ship to I legerdemain n a to disregarded on to a pomegranate on au so a on of Unsurpassed Continent to or to Is STUDENiOLL to yourtn8knClilltns1IDI1 I fa of a amalrlghtWD L- 9sovontyclght catarrbAndrew Chill Ucdtterraueanblue Po7 elI1 1i Emsrl- e AShorFhan ljSlllil 1Fesynap7r atetpretendbyCrest and nrrangeIschool bnlldingIntheSouth Indldduallatrnetlo0 tbleW Tailor always grandeur scenery or wealth or novel Interest Then Iake City Itself Is a most quaint and picturesque place and well worth the journey Its Mormon temple tabernacle tlth lug office and church institutions its hot sulphur springs within the city limits Its delightful temperature sunny climate and Its Great Salt Lake deader and denser than the Dead Sea la Palestineare but a few featl urea of Salt Take CItys countless attractions There are parks drives canons and beautiful outlying moun tain and lake resorts Imagine you can a bath lu salt water n mile above sea level and In water In which the human cannot sink In quire of your nearest ticket agents for low tourist rates to Salt Lake City write for Information and copy of Salt Lake City the City of the Saints to S K Hooper passenger agent Denver Colo For braises cuts burns wounds of any sortfor rhcwuatlsm stiff joints and sore muscles Ramons Nerve and Done on is a prompt remedy J HcWIlliams A ALFRED HUDSON BUILIJRR COMYRIICYOR- Ilartlord r lit I qrconotract rilE LEAN8INO AND JUUIlCO Ion CATARRH ELYS CREAM BALM l1Il and plenallllt u Contllla melon drug la lulctlr absorbed Odra tenet once OIlId nod Cleanses the anal Allay taco meliom and Irotrcts the IiNmlI1 L1 M W W act Enflbred rlftceo Tears 1 fifteen years ago and tried all kinds otpatent medlclncs and drugs recce rncnccd using Pornna My ago years MIl I nm hotter now than I ltavo boon for years X still it to oUsulYerors with coughs and colds CP Gerding Barone The CresteetRemedyknown Catonh 1 a mo great plolUluro to testify to tho merlfa of Porana as n comedy for catarrh Isuffered for some ttmo WIth ehronie fovea bottles of Perona I am pleased to Prona without doubt the greatest AClJeted Sines ChUdbood With CatArrh 1 ftin my oyes they being watery would I am thankful toray that I now 000elder myself entirely free from cllturb for your personal interest In my rasa catarrh Thirty Tears 1- Yr Andrew Darrett 9iO N L1dle- re Chicago Ill writes f ltglvea mo great pleasure to testify oalled remedies but until I need Pe- Tana none had tho desired affect t from Barrett- If you donot derive prompt and eatlaT- ctory reBnlte tram tLO x80 ot Pecans Ohio 1 f wkJI a Tea OIl And wm As And fBEST is CA a r A iI t IiI X J best School la lCfl8lon I All Studntcl enD Cuter lit any time welcome EI WRIOIIT lest of Salt I it body or general In contract CUBE to no in n lit It lhuuagp C Is DAYIESS OOOIlTY BINKTRUSIOO a t OWENSBORO JYJCash Capital 50000Sl- ocklretdersAddtt Liability 50000- 0uarenta Fund for Cushman 100004- Depeltg reeelrd subioel to hl7k Code nothing to dopodr or chak oat AI as bo don by moll lntmed paid oa UIDO poolt1 e PER CENT for IJInODIbIIo1 per one treioaImmedatlytyllorwrltmtrfurtherrzucu1 T ANnEuoarr- edaetSHORTHAND A ILceowpllrltmellf1for woman Uorowu Correct method IarlrO- pltroaall8 RUler aoy time 0000 BOAR rOll SI7a A- Warta Writ for cataloaDa loekyMrs Business Ceeliege Ei aiinIud- Whea ATTENTION q laOobnro on WIII CulhIUI dealer lu pare straight Wbhkin Apple pad teach Drandtei Agtat Fronk FeheBrewng- Co Jag orden wilt eln prompt atteation- rho licit 1200 Wttbkey la the State Vim CUSHION Owensboro ROUGH RIVER I TELEPHONECOMPANY ta OIlPOUTJI Talk being cheap anti necessary you s1ould patronize home folks where you cau phones and build yout ownllaes and beln talking distance with the whole coun i yl1nd business points jenernUt by- onlipaylDga reasonable rent to the ROligh River Telephone Company or tlley will beAt the whole expense If say so with all in dependent Companies For puUca ManagerHartford I t J4t 3 Hartford Republican Issued by the rlartiord PobllehingCompany- rxcouroaarxD Ions JlERT TlIOUSMEdUor tsxZESON- CCC1DlblansMORouch 1veMM21 FRIDAY MARCH 27 JlRle or AttIUlnlCTr- lLllllent IIdrertlaemenu 10e per Inch caret Insertion t roe per Inch each addltlonallnaertlon pedal rates on yearlt contracu Local notkee tOe per line argil Inlertlonlic per itne each IIdditionalln erUoD card or thank raeolaUone and obltnarice 10- centi ft Zinc Cluh to advance ANNVNCEJIElT8 For State acnntor- We are authorized to annonncetlON A S BENNETT iis II candidate tor State Senator tram the Seventh Senatorial iistdctwbjectto the action of the Republican party we are authorlted to annonnro SL STEVENS at II candidate for state Senator from the SeT enter Senatorial DtrlctnbJect to the action or the Repubncan party- treareaathortzed to announce D BAKER RnOADS al II candidate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial dIitrct IDblect to the action or the Bepubncan party For Circuit COUll Clerk We are authorized to announce P L SANDS FUR as II candidate for Clerk Ohio Clrcult Court anbjeet to the action or the llfpubUcan party wears authorized to announce K 0 DAn lIARS ne a candidate for Clerk Ohio ClrcultCourtI- DbJect to the action of the Republican party For ltcprcaealatlve We lire lIuthorlJed to announce DR A D PARK as II candidate for Repreaentatfve from Ohio county subject to the action or the Repub Ucea party GOJnNoR Beckham isnt In it in Ohio county TIm precinct conventIons will beheld Saturday April 4 IP Urey Woodson does defeat the Goebel machine it will be a case of the serpent biting itself Tus Hartford Herald ie knock ing on the Deckham crowd Mr Ringo should not allow this TIm odds on the young horse in the Executive stable are not so great as they were B mouth ago PnESIDIDiT Roosevelt will leave Washington next week for B visit to his favorite haunts In the West IT looks like Grover was going to at least nave a show in the great Democratic powwow next year HARTrounCollege is the best school in Western Kentucky and Ohio coun ty parents should give their children the benefit of it Tw1 812000 the Democrats sunk on B county ticket in 1901 seems not to have been altogether profitless They are keeping out this year TIm Southern poor fight corpora tions and live on corn bread and ba con The Northern poor allow the corporations to feed them on loaf bread and beef stock Brannlctnoc1ut hu fallen Into new hande and has been reetored to Its former 1Je and almolt toIte former force and Ind- lTldualltlCOmmercllllAppeal Powder and lead in Texas will go up perhaps the now editor willalsO A DEMOCRATIC paper that WAS loyal to the boy orator of the Platte in his two campaigns suggests that Mr Bryan should now plug away at a Republican once in awhile just for B change HENRY WATTERSON advises Cleve land to keep out because he is an oldman About a year ago Watter son was wanting to be President mighty bad yet he is only B couple of years Mr Clevelands junior NOrWIrllSTANDING the almost im pnsslble condition of the road from Beaver Dam here Hartfords enterprising merchants have filled their stores chock full of the best goods to be hadand are ready for the rush of the spring trade Ii printers paper manufacturers and other folks a newspaper man has to pay for their labor or product would let their bills run till the publisher got ready to pay thernor move off and leave them publishing a newspaper would be one grandsweet song Dn AMEs who as Mayor of Min neapolie extorted millions of leave ue alone money from the vicious element In that city and fled first to the Southand later to the home of his sister in Massachusetts has been arrested and returned to Minneapolis for trial AN Inquest into the death of Ed win Durdick is being held in New York City Mrs Durdick widow of the murdered mao is sitting in the witness chair telling of her shame ful relations with Arthur Pennell who assassinated her husband and later drove WIth his wife his auto mobile over a fearful precipice to their death Here is another illus tratIon that these crimes against God and mankind must sooner or later be avenged LARGE RAILROAD PROJECT The United States Government is Investigating the feasability onend log its support to the most stupen oue railroad project ever contemplated by mankind The project is nothing less than connecting the two Amen can continents by a railroad running from Alaska to Capo Horn Th South American Republics for which the United States has assumed IlUcb a fostering care can be restrained from bringing ridicule upon the great Northern Republic only by a closer intercourse of the two peoples and it is to bring about this result that h sled the Government at Washington to appoint a commissioner to investigate the project With the lines already built in the two Americas it is believed that 200000000 WIll complete a railroad link to hind the two countries together Blake intercourse between them almost as easy and frequent as between the States of each and ultimately bring about Northern civ ilization in the Southern Republics DEDA Farmers are very busy in this sec tlon Messrs Fleetwood and Eldy Ward went to Owensboro Monday alter a toad of goods for Foster Parks Mr Caleb Tichenor spent several days near Centertown last week Rev J A Bennett will preach at the M B Church Sunday Rev Cantrlll No Creek fil1ed his regular appoIntment at Shinkle Chapel Sunday The Sunday School at Mt Hermon elected new officers last Sunday Messrs Chas Turner and James Bennett Hartford were n our town MondayMiss Mamye Ellis Alexandria via ted friends here Monday Mr Taylor Stevens Centertown was in our town last week on business r CERALVO Miss Annie Steward is visiting reI atives in Evansville Mrs Emma Fulkerson returned from Missouri some days ego Mr P A Milner died last Friday Was seventy years old and leaves a wife and seven children Mr Gilbert Bennett and wife Knucklcs spent several days here last week Mr Bill Hill Hartford was here Sunday Mr1 B McConnel and wife were called to Beaver last week on account of the illness of theIr daughter Mrs Agnes Buakill Mr F L Sandefur was mIxing with his many friends here last week Rev W U Miller began a series of meetings here Sunday Mr Nathan Coleman of near here is very sickeMr Rease Curtis has bought a farm of Mr Jo Ross and moved to same Mr Dan Barnes has moved to his farm rTwo Attempts in One Year Owlngsvllle Ky March 25The second attempt within a year was made this mornIng about 2 oclock to rob the Deposit Bank at Salt Lick The explosions were made with nitro glycerine resulting in the first and second doors being blown off The first door was blown through the two foot brick wall of the vault The three explosions were heard by cltI zeus who frightened the robbers away before any money was secured There was Sooo in cash in the bank and isooo had just been drawn out by the oil men at Ragland The gen eral store of Ratliff Bros near by was also entered Several sacks were stolen but nothing else was taken Tools were found at the bank with which the burglars entered the vault The building was entered by a rear windowSeveral towns in Kentucky were telegraphed to for bloodhounds but none could be secured Two were fie nally secured from Kenova W Va and the Chief of Police arrived from that town with them They took up the sCllnt in the presence of hundreds of people a WEST POINT The Baptist people contemplate building a new church here soon which Is badly needed Miss Abba Everly went to Louis yule last Sunday to engage in the millinery business Mr Will Brown and wife of Cen tertown were in this neighborhood last week Wheat and grass are looking well fn this neighborhood Miss Jessie Tatum entertained a few of her friends Thursday night Miss Nellie Tichenor entertained a few of her friends Wednesday night Miss Verda Ashby of Rockport is visiting her sIster Mrs N C Lind leyMr r B Maddox went to LouIs- ville Monday Mr L H Condlct of Livermore visited his lather Mr W F Con diet Sunday Messrs Tilden Taylor and Harve Condlct visited Mr Sherman Condlct of Htfllln Saturday and Sunday Miss Anna Montgomery Is teachIng a successful spring school lit Wolf BranchMr w Tichenor went to Hart ford last Ptlpay Mr J C Lindley went to Hartford last Monday Mr J C Igleheart went to Center town Thursday OAS1OnXAB06t1 theIts Kild Yes Hare Always Boujttl- ignatare Io rJof Argon 011IA great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists Ye A FATAL WOUND Tom Overby a Delaware noy Shot in the Bowels The second accident la a week In which a boy and a gun played a part Is reported from Delaware says Mon days Owensboro Inquirer Late Saturday afternoon Tom Over by and two other boys of his own pge which is between twelve and fifteen years went out on the back wat above Delaware Overby had on old pistol and the other boys had firearms of some sort with which they hoped to get n shot at some Clucks The Overby boy hAd his pistol tied around him with a string which was used nil a belt ntfd when about a mile from home while attempting to get over n fence the pistol was discharged The ball took effect about two Inches be low the navel anti little to the right ranging directly back He fell off the fence and his com pantons thought that he was killed being too much frightened to attempt to do anything for him Finally Oa or two of them ran home and told what had happened The father 01 the boy and some other men went as spotITied him home the distance they had to go being something more than e mile It was considerably more than an hour alter the shooting before the by could receive medicalattention and all this time he was bleeding internally The boy Is a son of John Overby the blacksmith at Delaware and Is bright and popular lad LATUtThe boy Is dead aCENTERTOWN- Mrs James Carter spent last week with her daughter Mrs Hiram Brown of Providence neighborhood Mr W A Rooker and family moved to Calhoun last Saturday Mr F M Allen went to Calhoun Saturday Messrs George White and J H Addington of Smgllhous were hereon business Saturday Mr C E Smith of Hartford where on legal business last week Messrs L C Taylor and F J Jenny of Matanzas were here on butt ness last week Messrs Charlie Taylor and J B Rogers of Beaver Dam were hem e Monday prospecting for trade Mr S ABratcher of Matan lag was mixing with our business men this week Mr F L Sandefur CircuIt Clerk candidate was hustling with us this weekMr J A Reneer our efficient postmaster is out again Brown Ross have moved their stock of goods Into the W A Rone storeMr Owen Cash visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Alvin Rowe Is home again fro n his trip after new goods Slashed Wife With a Knife Joseph Poore a miner at Deanfield was arrested at that place yesterday charged with cutting and wounding his wile Poore has announced his Intention of entering a plea of guilty at his trial Poore and hIs wife engaged In some sort of debate In which Poore attempted to clinch the argument against her with cold steel delivers in the region of the neck but poor Mrs Poore threw up her hand and saved her neck- Resolutions on the Death of Sis ter Sarah Thomas Whereas God In his wonderful wisdom has seen fit to call from our midst our beloved sister of Cane Run church who departed this life Febru1 any g 1903 age 66 years She pro leased religion at J8 years of age and joined Cane Run Baptist church and has lived a faithful member until her death Resolved sat That we as a committee of Cane Run church unite with the same in extending to the bereaved family our sincere sympath in theIr sorrow In the loss of their companion and mother knowIng there is a vacancy in their which cannot be filled Resolved 2nd That by her death the husband has lost an affectionale wife the children a loving mother and the church a faithful member and the community a kind friend Resolved 3rd That we beseech the bereft family to submissively bow to the divine will of God knowing that he doeth all things well Resolved 4th That a copy 01 these resolutions be spread on Cane Run church book a copy be sent to the bereaved family and a copy be furnished the county papers for pub- lIcation PnEr E CRRISTIAN- SARAII E CURISTJAN Cow MAGnR L CURISTIAN Dying Womans Vision Morristown NJ March 24Mrs- J M Reeve of Saccasuna who hadI been In a trance for five days Is dead A few minutes before she died and while the family were at the bedsIde she opened her eyes and said In a clear but faint voice Too long has my spirit been held In this temple of clay Friends loved one in the treat beyond there is pence and happiness I am of It and I sep you all know you all and tell you that we meet over there Father and mother all are with me now Good hye Mrs Reeve closed her eyes breath ed softly fora few minutes tde res- plratlons becoming fainter and faint er until they ceased altogether DUNDEE Mr Byron Wedding was In Hartford the first of the week Mr Will Sproul Is In Louisville purchasIng spring goods Mr and Mrs Ream Smith Fords villa visited relatives here this week MlsslSndie Skaggs entertained a few of her friends Thursday night erMr H C Acton left Monday for Louisville to purchase spring goods Miss Sallie Johnson visited her pat ants near Beech Valley Saturday and Sunday Mrs A B Nodding and son MRS ter Harry visited Mrs Wedding parents at Renlrow Saturday and SundayMiss Rffie Bean is in Louisville purchasing spring millinery goods One of our hustling yound bushe s men Mr WIllie Hurt left Monday for Hartford where he has accepted a position to the Icogomq Diy Store Mr Hurt has held a posltlo- e n for several years with A R Renfro Co He leavers number of Irienda who wish him mach success Mr Andrew Rentrow Is In Louts vllle this week Quite n pleasant day was passed Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs W R Bean who entertained a nom hero relatives and friends those present were Mr Ream Smit and family Dr and Mrs McDowell Mr end Mrs Armendt and little daughter Mr Byron Bean and family A Sudden Death Mr WIlliam D Park died suddenly at his home near Earretts Ferry Saturday mornIng about one oclock Up to the moment of hIs death Mr Park was believed to be In excellent health He worked all day Friday and retired without complaining at his usual hour for retlringthat night About one oclock In the morning he got up but returned to hIs bed with- In a minute or somnd died at once His remains were laid to rest in the Gentry graveyard Sunday after fu- s neral services conducted by Rev Walker at the residence Mr Park was shoat fifty years of and leaves a wife and children Will lam Park was an exemplary citizen an earnest christian and leaves many friends behInd him TUI REPUBLIC AN extends condolence to the bereav ed family SMALLHOUS Messrs B L Taylor and Otto Kim bley who are attending school at Hartford were the guests of parents Friday Saturday and Sunday Messrs C C Kimbley and W G Harris spent a few days In Hartford last week Prof W D Maddox of Rockport visited his parents Saturday ant San dayMrs C C Overton who spent the past week with her father returned home Saturday accompanied by her sister Miss Naqnle Lawrence Mrs S T Hunter a mention o f whose illness appeared In last weeks paper Is able to be out again Miss Enlah Addington is visiting in Mublenburg county Miss Sallie Hunt who has been ab sent for quite awhile has returned home Mr A M Hunt our popular merchant will go to Louisville this week to buy spring goods Mr Leslie Tdlley is vIsIting friends and relations at Horton The pie party given by Miss An nie Taylor Saturday evening wa highly enjoyed by all present Mr Sam Dllbro Sr West Point attended church at Smallhous Sunday Rev G H Lawrence filled his reg ular appointment at the Smalthous Baptist church Sunday Rev Edgar D Maddox of Ccnter town was in our midst Saturday Rev Lowery Tichenor M West Point was the guest of his aunt Mrs Harriet Pulkerson Saturday and Sun day and attended church et Small hous Mr and Mrs Roily Bishop were here Sundays The SundAY School will will begin ht the Baptist church April 5th Condition Is Alarming The condition of Dr A D James United States Marshal has beecome alarming Information was received yesterday that his recovery Is doubt fut At first Dr James was attacked with grip and pneumonia was threat erred However he recovered from that attack only to suffer s renewal of old complications He has grown steadily worse and at present is in a precarious condition He le at his home In PennodCourier Journal DalmalnRoyal Rev T H Dalmaln of Sunnydale and Mrs Lucinda Royal of Fords yule were married It the residence of Mr M J Holbrook in Pordavllle Wednesday Rev B F Jenkins performed the ceremony Rev Balmaln- Is a well known Baptist minister of Ohio county and lived until recently near Cromwell Mrs Royal was the widow of the late W N Royal and is an accomplished lady 00S T ORXaBan theibs Kind Yom Han Alarlt 6mug1- 1Bignatnre s 11 +r ofsTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TRke laxative promo Quinine Tabletl All draaalterefund thenoaer UltSalle to cure E W OroTVulsnatare lu on each box ac GIRL LEFT TO DIE Found Atone and a Maniac Oil a Deserted Island HopklnovUle Ky March 25De poly Sheriff George Wilson of Smith land Livingston county arrived In the city with Laura Oliver n pretty young woman whom he placed In the Western Kentucky nSylum for the lnaame She had been adjudged lunatic the day before The case Is Indeed a sad one aud little cnn be learned about the girls parents Several days ago sever al tornswater near Vicksburg Livingston county a small place sIx crlen woman who was elansd food or shelter She was thinly clad and could give no in tinswas Laura Oliver and her father StatoRn at times toward herseH sari teats her hair and bites her arms and wrists Alter the men had take her off the island and brought her Smnitlthud nothing was done for seve eral days in order that communlCll tin might be had with her people but nothing was heard from them and adjudgedha It is not known how long she h ben ou this island antI It Is suppoa ed that she she was put off a shah boat Deputy Sherlfi Wilson haa been trying to get the woman to talk but has not succaded It is thought that she mIght have been sane nut put on the Island and that the tespcr- atlon of the situation drove her wit I No ore knew anything about Mc Creary Station but an effort will be made to find the pace and notify her parents If they can be found what has been done with the girl She ape pears to be old but says she Is only 23 years of nee Heavy Fine Dessle Morgan was arraigned Judge Mllles court Wednesday fined500 was suspended for ten days to sire the woman an Op- eportuulty to leave the county The Morgan woman who Is about thirty years old clime of a respectab Hancock county family who Jive near Asking Station on the Irvington and FordsvlJle branch of the Tez railroad When agent eighteen yea old she married a poor but hardwoi ring young man named Morgan who deserted her n few years later on account of her abandoned her husband deSerted her the wows sunk from depth to depth until she finally took up her residence about s year ago with the colored people 0- 1Haytl and was charged by the grand jury at Its recent sitting with JivIng with Hez Carter a colored rasa The woman was arrested last week arid lodged In jail until Weduesday when she had s hearing before Jndge Miller with the result stated above She is approaching motherhood and the officials are anxious far her to leave the county and upon her prom- Ise that she would do so the fine WIIS upended for ten days Strange as It may seem to the read l LIOiLQone 8StateoUAmericA The greatest natIon In the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its purethat why Ahlo1ft ir4abt ceded pubge- It nearing erace anltorm al- llt7Cured J At 70 of Heart Dis ease contracted During Civil WarVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure ofadnncedto ordlllrJ treatment There Is however lJeutCuredreds of cases and from theleltenof grateful sufferers will cure where nil Ndiseasedulator of the hearts action and the snort effecttye treatment ever formulated for Im proving the circulation of the blood heartdleeaseold town of l edngton Va Igrew so much worse I left there with my wile to visit RoanokeVa oldtownpracuredand Tonic After using one or two bottles I Idespairedofslsled pn keeping hup which I did 1m- provement won In earnest and I took my latoredYouirenhumanity1All druggistssell and guarantee first bottle Dr Send for free book AddresDr V er alter the above statements Dessle Morgan is it white woman of average appearance and intelligence and dresses with some attention to her toilet lIez Carter her negro paramour pleaded galley at the same time and was tined go which he will either pay or work out on the streets at r a day oA TCnJABears theiGe Klad You Hams Ahsayl OCrlfi- tfifgualdre 110 iof HOW THEY STAND In tile InquirerRepublican Rub Uer Tire nllggy Contest 4250e4131MissMiss Laura Morton r408 Miss Bessie Barnes J212 823MissMiss lIIattie Dean 614 Miss Eva Martin 6t2 Miss SophIa Mlles Eta Miss Ida Addington 608 StnMiss 408toSties Gussie Woodard sob Sick ileadache Food doesnt digest well Bowelsaconstipated Tongue coated tlIts your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they curt dyspepsia biliousness Zee All druggists I tlNlatoor moustache or beard a twaatltal brown or rIb black Thpo BUCKINGHAMS 1aIIOenO D nanee e p MW Call for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting of the Republics Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 1902 it was ordered that a convention be held In Idin2 p m for the purpose of elecn delegates to attend n county convene flea to be held at the county seat each county In saM distrIct on Mo day July 13 1903 at I p m which county conventions shall elect dele gotta to attend a district convention SaturdayJulya candidate for State Senator In said district The representation la the delrse I2 Presldet1ttntlon In the district convention aba11 fractieetfir President In 1900 Ihe candidate re celvlnga majority of aU the votes cast is said district convention she11 RepublIcanator In said district NICJIOIAS BARRASS ChinaM S RAGrMH Secy Call for ConventIon At a regular meeting of the Repub lean Executive Committee of Ohio county held fit Hartford JY Jon nary S r903 it was ordered that pre duct conventions beheld la the va rious voting precIncts of the county on Saturday April 4 1903 at r p m for the purpose of ale flag delegates to attend a del gated convention to be heldeHartford Ky on Monday April 6 193 at I p m for the pnr pose of nominating candIdates for tbe offices of Representative and Circuit Court Clerk It Is Is also ordered that the candidate receiving a maj- otyof the votes cost in said convention shall be declared the Republican now face of said convention It is further ordered that the basis of represents tlon In said convention shall be on delegate for each twentyfive or mac lion over twelve votes coat for Die Kinley lu 1900 On this basis Li several precincts are entitled to the ollowing representation la said con ventlon viz- Esat Hartford 7 West Hartford s 4Sulphur 4CromCool Springs s 4South5HorseRosins 4WestMcHcary c 8- Centertown 6 Smallhons 2 7West4ShreveOlaton t 3 Buford1 2 4HeQlnCeralvo 2 Point Pleasant s 3RalphNICROLAS BARRASS Chmn J M DnWmts Secy Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Tolegrapll Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with = business I have the Cumber nd Telephone In my residence and loj busIness My business has e increased and my wiles voice is neVe heard to grumble about the Telr Yours for good servIce and gentlemanly competition B p NoA1LINIMaac r Biliousness Makes ChronIc Invalids wben the Unr Is torpid and tail to do Its woo the bile eD6ra the blood U II vtnalent potion Then COUlee CIOfId lon bUlollleGlo lick headache fevers add malaria The cull trMtmenl that gtra the liver pest the tight touch end eIatta Natures work la the rlgbt manner u ifUONS LiVER 1- aNDTONWFELLETSJt Ibo pm tDucl tbo Uror and tIo pUcta wad tha rystem- lSdaaefor dalscat cenuaodoo tae your ease la eucedlllSl bad rW- Ili oweU blore you IIDllb them mpl rlW For Nletrall dealers For sale by J He Williams Druggist Hartford KYII 41 iNew 4i 4Zpriiig e Goods41 41 i We have just returned from tke Eastern markets to ZPwherehl bran nctvup to datcsprin g rand Summer Stock of t Dry Goods Glotlung WtS And many other things too bfinumerous to mention 91 43 We Want Your Trade a ton j 41 through our stock These new goods have43 E 43 arrived and are now open and ready for4 43 your inspection Call and see what we 44 have and we guarantee that we can please u triala tJ it 41 9 9nI 4i 4 SAM BACH o tlartor Ky r B RN et r t Our buyers have just returned from the f markets and we are placing on sale the i most elaborate line of General Merchandise i we have ever shown Before this ad reaches we will have our entire stock open for 1you inspection You and everybody else invited and expected to visit our store everythingthatchandise of every class DERe andInow and styles different and prettier than over before If you will favor us with a look in this department wo tiro sumo est to soil and pleseo you You know woarc the larg distributor of this lino within your reach Of 11courso you have a much larger variety to select from r bore BARNES is the place to buy your HATS flTigetAnd a now Waist are as necessary ns the now Hut youre+ wants in this lino 1Vo lniIormndo Skirts and your 1esit a lino of Yaistings Suitingo and Skirtipgs as wo are displaying and sollittg If you lhil to see this line i you will miss the opportunity of life Miss Fannie i Mrssmaker and who is really nt all times to give informn tion concerning the latest styles to all inquirers 5MEN ND BOYS tAllages and sizes of the mnlo sex Our lines of Clothing Hats Shoes Underwear Neckwear and inspectionI+ p so you you to buy FARM QRST a a Wo handle a complete lino of Horse and Mule SaddlesForIP3need to begin find carry to tomplotion this seasons crop Farmers supplies of all kinds iRemember the Place f BroBeaverDa 7toH +H ot ++++HH+rottt++++++o toot +++a I t Q tO t i wGnsbro KySlain Street between TrIplet and forOhtocoantyJAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor I I ri 1 1 + ++++44++++H++W +H+ ++C t r Spring Greetings worlddare seen BIG DRY GOODS STORE They nro showing their now line of Madras Waistings Embroideries Laces Ginghams Percals Etc A splendid timo to select them and certainly no bettor time could bo found to mako them up t I Embroidery Specials Ono lot about 600 yards of Cambrio Embroideries width running from onehalf to 21 inches select pat terns good washable edges widths that soil everywhere for 8c and lOc Our Special Price is 5c I Ono lot 500 yards samo as abovo handsome pat inIPrice isISi t Emlpery Accompainments Choice lino of Nainsook Insertions Trimmings Me dallions Etc to match any of Our Embroideries Our stock of Bleached Muslins such as Hope Ma LongClothheadquarters for material for your Underwear It will bo a pleasure for you to select them hero Spring SuitingsN- othingj bettor for tho early spring waist than Ma dras certainly there is no goods that looks neater Full 32 inches wido good fast colors big variety of solid shades and stripes goods that sell readily over all retail counters for 18c Our Special Price is lOc All wool for Skirting 38 inches wide now shades of light gray green and navy blue all right for a SpecialIre ti TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTER f IHtfffiitWIttIN MFifit thlItf1d3iFH +++ +f l i ennnnHHHenennf Do Yoii Want To DUI Real Estate Do You Want to Sell Real Estate The Answer will Generally tc YES Well that being the CAM of coin you want to know JOlt where you nD nt what you want and at the citm time want to knowlt tho title t Rood tolOll I prop rt7 tbnt 700 boy Ihere an to acre arm bring 3 mllee northMt ot Hartfor In good condition for enle A big bargain Call at oaro lUm mb rltjron want to buy orlll MM roe Ill do the balance Titles Abstracted Yours tru- lySAAnderson1 RERLESTATE AGENT Hartford Ky I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 27 Potato Onlono at Carson Bros Read Davlesa Co Bk Tr Co ad New Silks for waists at Fair Cos I See Carson Co for readymade aklrts Lunches at City Restaurant from toe up Latest fad in Belts see them at Fair Cos I City Restaurant for an uptodate r meal or lunch t New Belt Plus latest novelties at Fair Cost Best the markets affords at CltyRea fCtaurant Come and see i Ferryri t Pretty line Turnovers grape pat CoeiIf you want the worth pf your money trade with Carson Co Dont fall to see our readymade skirts CARSON Co Mr M M Coyle a tinner who re cently located here Is seriously III at hla rooms In the Commercial Hotel I i Mr S T Daniel Olaton was In town Saturday I Mr F L Sandefur was among our I visitors Tuesday Mr J W Hale Fordsvllle was In wensboro Tuesday Mr H A Stom of Paradise was In town Wednesday Mr Walter Samuels Westerfield wu in town Tuesday Mr N C Daniel of Cromwell has moved to Beaver Dam Mr MJ Williams of Ceralvo I called onus Tuesday Clumy Lacenewest waist trim mings at Fair Cos Mr Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines was la town Sunday Pearl shirt waist utplll attach ments 150 at Fair Cos Fresh Oysters and Fish at City Res taurant and served in latest styles Mr Mack Ragland is visiting friends at Rosine and Horse Branch Sheriff C P Keown went to Fords vllle Tnesday and returned yesterday rEx Assessor G Davis Royal ot Fordsvllle dropped in to see us Mon day Miss Vada Smith of Cromwell lathe guest ol the family of Mr R B Martin Miss Maude Cansler of Hopkins vllle is the guest of Mrs Dr A F Stanley New Ginghams Madras Cloth White Mercerized Cloth for waists at Fair Cos- Attorney Ernest Woodward was iu McHenry on legal business Monday and Tuesday Judge R R Wedding has rented and moved into the office over Ohl County Bank Mr T S Marks who has been In Owensboro for several days returned home yesterday Arbln Petty will clean and press your suits in an mptodate manner Satisfaction guaranteed Mr Allen Gray of the Victory neighborhood remembered TnB Rz PDBUCAN kindly Saturday Mr H B Mauxy Livermore visit ed his parents here Mr and Mrs W H Mauzy the first of the week Ask to see our new spring Shoes Strap Slippers and Oxfords MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Please bring my spirit level home as you promised to doN H MAnzY See our trimmed Hats for Ladles Misses and Children The prices will astonish you MRS SARA Coirxa S- wimIll j J Coughed coughforof sleep and I grew very thin I then tried Ayers Pectoral and was quickly cured R Mann Fall Mills Tenn Sixty years of cures and such testimony the above havetaught uswhat Aycrs Cherry Pectoral will do We know its the great est cough remedy ever made And you will say so too after you t it Theres cureinevery drop Three tkeilUcOclf All drryiidi Ooninlt year r- rlrbe1m take then do ti sale not to take It then dont take It Ue knows Lan II with J him 0 LTRCoLowellkills- BestI toilet soap in Hartford at Car son Bros Mr V B Morton Ceralvo was in I town yesterday Mr J B Miller Olaton was in town yesterday stock is lull of the worlds best IOnr CARSON Co Mr Robert Shultz Narrows was In town yesterday Mr Jas H Thomas Beaver Dam was in town Wednesday Mount Melllck Mercerized Em broidery Floss at Fair Cos Nicest line of Candies Cakes and Fruits in Hartford at City Restaurant The celebrated Ames buggy will be handled here this season by Taylor Lewis For Cheese SausageCanned Goods Cakes Crackers c go to City Restaurant Mr Ernest Tweddell left yesterday for St Louis to accept a position in a grocery store Mr E W Render Livermore was in town Saturday and made us a pleasant call Dont fall to see our new Gingham and Wash Silks for Shirt Waists CARSON Co If you want the best Buggy made at living prices buy the Ames from Taylor Lewis City Restaurant handles thenlcest line of Goods in Hartford Evcrthlng the very best People buy their Groceries from Carson Bros because they get the beat goods for the least money Louis Griffin colored was arraign ed in Police Court Tuesday charged with crap shooting He was acquit ted Mrs Belle Tabor who has been vis- Iting friends at Versailles for some time has returned to her home near town Miss Mattie Bennett has returned to her position In the Ohio County Bank after an absence of several weeks Mrs C J Rhbads left Tuesday for Louisville and Cincinnati to purchase the spring stock for C J Rhoads storeIMore Ames buggies are sold in Ohio county each season than all oth er makes combined Sold by Taylor Lewis Mr Gilbert Dodson who has been soldiering in the Philippines for the past two years returned home Wed nesday night Mr A K Leach has sold his stock of goods at Cromwell to Mr T C Pirtle Mr Leach will move to Beaver Dam next week Mrs JH Wilson of Spring Lick who has been visiting the family of Mr J H Thomas for the past week returnd home yesterday Mr Willie Hurt formerly with A R Renfrow Co at Dundee has accepted a position as salesman In the economy Dry Goods Store MrSTBarnett has sold his Interest In the S T Barnett Cos meat shop to Mr J C Riley who will conduct the business at the same stand Dont loll to see our line of Millin ery The most stylish lot ever brought to town and the cheapest MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH We want your Hens Chickens Eggs Feathers Bacon Lard Beans goodoCountry Producetcov Co National Bank Examiner J M McIntosh of Connorsville Ind was here Tuesday and examined the books of the First National flank and pronounced them O K Mr and Mrs Alex Rowan who re cently took charge of the Commer clal Hotel are giving splendid satisfaction to the public and wears glad to have them with us We h vei case of genuine flannel commonly called alaced Canton flan nel put up In sib bundles that we tell for Sr per bundle this would make it 50 per yard CARSON Co Mr Commodore Ashleywhll operates the stage line from Hartfor Owensboro will resume his regu lar trips today On account of the Impassible condition of the road the stage has not been running tar sever al weeks t Mr W II Moore returned from Evansville yesterday New Shoes and new Oxfords for ladles and for men CARSON Co Supt James DeWeese returned yes terday from Herbert where he had been to consolidate the Miller and Sourwood districts See Arbln Pettys nice line of samples and prices before you buy r Spring and Summer Suits 0ffi over Ohio County Bank Mrs A J Casey and two young sons who have been visiting relatives In Hartford left for their home at Clarksville Tenn yesterday Shanks Brookln Jess Baird and Andrew Render were lined 1000 and costs each in City Court Monday on a charge of breach of the peace Mr F M Westerfield sold yester day to Mr Dudley Ford the part of his farm on the South side of the Hartford and Beaver Dam road about sixty acres for 2750 an acre President R H Hanktns of Central Business College Hartford has not been well for sometime and has gone to the home of his parents in Mnhlen berg county to recuperate hit health Mrs John B Foster who his been sick for several weeks was operated on for abdominal trouble Wednesday and her physicians think she is get ting along very nicely now and hope for her speedy recovery Mr J N Havens of Arnold has bought the stocks of goods of Jo Kahn and A Havens at Cromwell Mr Havens has combined the two stores into one business which he will con duct in the A Havens house MlsuCouse a trained nurse from Owensboro came over Wednesday to attend Mrs John B Foster Miss Come is a very pleasant lady as well as an expert nurse and Mr Foster and the physicians are well pleased with her care of the patient We should be glad to have our cor respondents write regularly each week Communications must reach us not later than Wednesday to In sure publication No communi cation can be published unless the real name of the writer is attached J C Riley has purchased S T Barnett Interest in the meat business and Gus and Wallace will con tinue the business at the same place Go and see them or call over either phone and they will treat you right They deliver goods We desire to thaak the people of our community for their many acts of kindness shown our danghter Mary during her sickness and their kind expressions of sympathy for us at herI death Very respectfully J W MORRIS PRISCIUA MORRIS Sam Bach Hartfords popular barI gain merchant has rented the store house now occupied by Mr J W Ford on South Market street and will move his large stock of goods Into it this spring Mr Ford is rehanllng the old Williams building just below Fields stable and will move his feed store there as soon as Improvements to the house are completed A house on the farm of Mr W T Tilford occupied by Mr R D Doug las burned early yesterday morning The family awoke just In time to es cape with their lives and lost every thing but the clothing they wore The house was Insured but Mr Douglas had no Insurance on his household goods Mr Douglas is a poor man and will feel the loss of his property fMURDERER HIDING rIn Abandoned Mine at Render and Posse With Bloodhounds not on Ills Trail White passing the opening to an abandoned room In Render mines late Wednesday evening a miner saw far back Ina worked out room the negro Ben Rogers who killed Al Chinn at Render several days ago and who has since been missing At the time Rogers was discovered he had a lighted lantern In his hand but extinguished It Immediately when he saw the miners light The report was at once brought up and a strong guard was placed at the mine shaft Wednesday night Early yesterday morning Marshal Stevens of Beaver Dam was sent for and he came down with his blood hounds to join in the search for Rogers About 9 oclock yesterday morning a posse of eighteen well armed men accompanied by Marshal Stevens and his blood hounds entered the mines to search for the mnrdererIAlt day long yesterday they kept up the search but on account of the numberless recesses in the mine the searching party was unable to locate the murderer About 4 oclock the posse gave up the search and came outAdditional evidence that Rogers in the mine has been discovered and work In the mines has been suspended until Rogers Is apprehended This morning stifling volumes ot smoke will be turned into the mine and kept up until the culprit turns up ut the shaft which in the meantime will be heavily guarded Sheriff Keown is on the scene and will 5doubtlas bring in the imprisoned murdered before nightfall l A IOVIEANDSELUE Ransack J w Kings Residence at McHenry and Box up Ills Household Goods and Leave Loving Lovle Moore whose former husband came here from Missouri last atcMcHenry for stealing his wife took her other man Sellle Douglas after King had been locked in jail and went out to McHenry Thursday eve ning broke into Klngo house where they spent the night and the next morning packed up the most of Kings household effects took them to the depot and chipped them to Missouri after which loving Lovie and her man Sellle took a passenger train for the same point After Lovle and Sellle had dreamed sweet dreams in Kings downy bed they awoke with the lark Friday morning and proceeded to pack for transportation everything in the house transportable The beds and bedding were arranged in shipping shape carpet tacks were hastily drawn and the nice new dollara yardcarpet nicely rolled rusty stove pipes were taken down and frying pans packed in straw and pretty much everything else worth its freight to Columbia Missouri was carted to the depot by 10 oclock that morningLovle and Sellle are doubtless rejoicing that they got enough goods from the King domicile to pay the expense of Sellles trip tolthe Land of the free and home of the brave FEARFULLY MANGLED Was the Body of Barrett Bratch er by an IC Train Near Horse Branch Barrett Bratcher was rUn over and killed by a passenger train on the Owensboro branch of the Illinois Cen tral railroad near Horse Branch Sun day night- Bratchers home was near Horse Branch tint hu had spent the day at Leach ia company with a number of friends and all had been drinking heavily While on his way home Sunday night Bratcher laid down on the track and went to sleep using the rail for a pillow when the southbound tralnlwhich was running on schedule time ran over him com pletely severing his head from his body and literally grinding his body into pulp His bead rolled down the dump and presented a grewsome spectacle to the train crew when they came back to take up the mangled remainsThe was just rounding asharp curve whenJEnglneer Ash discovered Bratchers body across the track and he was unable to stop his train until it had ground his flesh to shreds Bratcher was about fifty five years old and came to Horse Branch a few years ago from Leltchfield He leaves a wife and children Recent Real Estate Transfers- I N Gidcomb to A B Renfrew 90 acres on the waters of Halls creek 950Nancy S King to Robt C Taylor one lot in Hartford tS Leo Medcalf to C C Mldklff one acre on the water of Wolf Pen Run 12Leo Medcalf to Columbus Johnson i K acres for 20 J W Right to Columbus Johnson one house and lot on Wolf Pen Run 80W Gaines to C C Brown one lot in Fordsvllle for 60 G B Likens to Rowan Holbrook 40 acres on Roughriver for 400 Wayne Paxton to C W Stevens 200 acres on Crom well and Beaver Dam road for 2345 Daniel Brooks to C W Haynes 22 acres on Panthercreek for 1324 Belle Tabor to Shelby Hand house and lot in Horse Branch tar 50 O R Tinsley to Thomas C Strat ton 20 acres for 105 Martha K Shields to J T Shields 23 acres lor 110 J C Royal to Floyd Phillips two tracts containing 23 acres for 750 James A Ballard to Jas T Davis 8 acres on Halls creek for 5250 James M Soaper and John N Soap er to J A Bellamy C A Kelley and A P Kelley 50 acres on waters of North Panther creek for 2000 Judith A Sanderfur to George T Cain onetentch interest in 53 acres for 30- Mary E Hohelmer to G W Spur rie 52 acres for 300 Thomas M Bell to George E Barr 188 acres for 3600 Belle Smith to William Lynch two lots in Beaver Dam for 2750 W P Sanderfur to Cal Barrah one lot in Cromwell for 20 Death at Rockport- Mr Mansfield Williams aged about 60 years died at Rockport last Satur day morning at 7 oclock of kidneys trouble He was a Free Mason and was burled by that order Sunday at I oclock Sawyer Wanted WANTBD A firstclass sawyer and allround yardman for sawmill and lumber yard Good wages and a steady job for the right man Masts come well recommended H C POWERS Ji A Narrows Ky 11 March V April MayI There Iso best timo for doing everythingthat is a time when a thing can bo dono to tho best ad vantage most easily and most ef feotlvely Now is tho best time your blood Why tryingtopimples and other eruptions that have como on your face and body Hoods Sarsaparillac Are tho medicines to takethey do tho work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do ItIyouhaveIItIarlllatootake It In the Ing WP I feel betterthrou h the mummer aeBIn1wMtcrayera Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to I euro and koops tho promise I BIG STAVE FACTORY Indiana Firm to Build a Large Slack Barrel Stave Factorys Here in the Spring a A Huntington Indiana Timber Company have representatives here negotiating for the purchase of 10000 acres of timber for the manufacture of slack barrel staves Messrs Partenhelmer and Linkc who arrived here Wednesday to in spect timber lands are successful timber men well known to some of our citizens who formerly lived in In diana These men are the chief stockholders in the company and have announced the erection here of n plant a certainty if the timber can be bought at reascnable figures Messrs Parteo elmer and Link in company with Mr Rowan Holbrook have spent two days in the timbered flats just across the river from town and the Indiana gentlemen are well I pleased with the timber found and are encouraged by the land owners to be lIeve that terms may be reached with out difficulty- A factory of this character would materially benefit the business Inter ests our town and every citizen of Hartford should encourage the enter prise Beckham Won Frankfort Ry March 2SAs- was expected by everybody the Court of Appeals handed dewn its decision today affirming the judgmentof Judge Cantrlll in the cases of Meach am vs Young and Young vs Beck ham The points established by the two opinions are That the Democratic primary election was legally called That the primary election can be legally held That Beckhams name must go on the ballot HudsonJones Wedding Mr Alfred Hudson and Miss Ella Jones were married at the residence of the bride near Fordsvllle at 830 oclock yesterday morning Rev J D Hocker of Owensboro performed the ceremony Mr John Mules and Miss Artie Smith were the attendants After the ceremony the young people boarded the Illinois Central train for Beaver Dam and arrived here about two oclock p m Mr and Mrs Hudson will male their home in Hartford WEEDS Consumption is a human test in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you land and disappearThe is porkisto digestThe to treat consump tion is when you begin trying yourselOthers Dont wait until you cant Deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt reatlyconsumption so much you soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be cured at once b t you will- Ie in in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treat ment you Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free- D sure that this picture la the form of a label U on the r ol enry botU of Eauulon you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V- Socandi f11 druggists 0 I r r HAT FLOATING n the River at Paradise Tells the Sad Story of Jim Willis Fate The finding of Jim Willis hat floating in Green river near Paradise Friday afternoon is the last message his friends have received from that luckless sklflsman Willis lives at Rochester and Fri afternoon engaged to take a trav ling man to Paradise in a skirt which task he successfully performed- At Paradise Willis stocked up with liquor that agent of death who turned in so many orders to his employer and started back to his home at Rochester Later in the evening Willis hat was found float- Ing in the river but his body if drowned has not yet been recovered One on the Officer Saturday afternoon every telephone station in Ohio county was warned to be on the lookout for a stolen horse which the thief had taken near Gray on Springs and was supposed to beheaded for Calhoon with his route of flight through Ohio county The horse was minutely described and every officer in the county from sheriff to town marshal was watch- Ing for the horse thief and the inci dental f50 reward that the state pays for such captives The state pays one dollar for the arrest of an assassin but fifty dollars for the apprehension of a horse thief hence this anxiety on the part of the officers- A young man who has been exI tenting court orders for only a short time was in Cromwell about night tall Saturday evening and observing- a horse standing hitched to a post that suited the description of the stolen one he made some inquiry of a boy as to the ownership of the horse and was told that a man he the boy did riot know ran the horse to the river bank and rushed down IiWilli The young officer concluded the horse thief had been closely pressed by pursuers and had abandoned the horse to make his escape on the boat The officer took possession of the horse and started up town with him and was felicitating himself upon an Important capture of atstolen horse and a fifty dollar reward when a man on the sidewalk called out Hello I have you been swapping horses with the preacher What preacher inquired the awestruck officer Preacher McNichols was the re ply and the gentleman snsplclonlng the officer a victim of a mistake or somebodys joke explained to him that Rev McNichols had an appointment to preach somewhere up Green river and having a close call to make the boat rushed up to the bank and directing a friend to care for his horse and boarded the steamer The young officer missed the fifty dollar reward but got a hundred dol lars worth of experience and furnished his friends a thousand dollars worth of fun New Baptist Church N The Baptist congregation which was organized at Deanfield about two years ago has just completed a new church building which does credit to the town as well as to the congregation Dedication services will be held the fifth Sunday in May Rev R T Bruner of Owensboro will conduct the dedication services Divorce Suit t Dollle Newton filed a suit in Circuit court Tuesday for divorce from her husband Prof R D Newton Dollie lieges cruel and Inhuman treatment i13 grounds for the decree ofseparation Dome and the professor are colored people and live in Haytl A I Died at Ceralvo Mr P D Milliner aged about 65 Fears died at Ceralvo last Friday at 5 oclock of consumption He was a oldler in the Union army and was drawing 30 per month pension He was a member of the Baptist church After funeral services by Rev G H Lawrence his body was laid to rest in the Ceralvo cemetery Sunday at 4 clock p m 0 0 Wheres the Man Or the WofflallE That wo cant please Theres going to be a big show in town Main tent Market street between Union and Center Hartford Itsa magnificent aggregation of tho worlds best The sign over tho entrance reads Carson Co Better take in this show Its worth seeing The display of Spring Goods will interest every good dresser in town and county while the reasonablo prices will appeal to every prudent and careful buyer New Spring Fabrics A display worth coming miles to see The glad hand of welcome awaits every caller Date of open ing APRIL 4 Doors open at 7 a m Admission FREE We have certainly had some big days at our formal openings but we want to make this outdo any former effort in this line We will not give a souvenir as wo havo at somo of our previous open ings but will reduce the prices on Calico and Ging hams so it ought to bring every man and woman within 25 miles of our store Some Special Price It Wo will sell for that date only tho bostof Prints at 4cregular price 5c All Dress Ginghams oregular price lOcT NOur big store will be full of all tho new fabrics in Mens and Boys Clothing All of tho latest weaves in Woolband Wash Fabrics also a big array of Silks and Novolti6s A complete lino of Mens W L Douglas Shoes Also the pV Minor and G Edwin Smith Shoes for Ladies Shoes that give satisfaction ComerIn short everything necessnfYto make a big stock complete Now wo want you to como Wo shall expect you and you will regret it if you dont como youDontneglect to como for you will bo well repaid for your visit Wo would DO pleased to have your presence grace our store on tho occasion of our Spring Oponj ing Yours trul- yCARSON CO o 55500 f Jt if 9 1 Hartford Ben1iuokyA school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branches Wo havo special arrangements with a reputable Employment Bureau whereby wo can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand CourseBusiness or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter at any timo and receive full in structions Wo continue tho entire year R H HANKINS President E W PATTERSON V Pres- S t S r 1 t 1- t Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 2- 7IllnolsContratRauroad Timo Table i New ttme cerd taklist elect ISandny Dee T 1m lit noon Norlh Round Month IJonmly No 132 due 627a m No in do iii7 alI1 No 10S dne247p ro No 101 due 141 p m- NolMdoel243i ra xblaldueeo5p- Loealfrcrlhtl m Ko H4da 7366111 No 1OT due J47 ptn 8 llVaxutTEii Ag- entFIVETONS te Of Bad Money Gotten Rid of t Every Year How the Annual Output of the Queer is Rounded Up And Destroyed by the Secret Ser vice Department at Washington The accumulation of counterfeit coins in the Treasury of the United t States representing the captures of the eecrect service officers has amounted in the last year to exactly 3122398 Supposing that the offi cers of Uncle Sams sleuth establish- mentI capture practically all of the counterfeIt coins that are produced and this supposition is probably not far from correct the ratio of bad metallic money is as one dollar to four thousand dollars every year This is a rough estimate and is based on the tact that government mints during the last year have produced upward of 125000000 in the good coin of the realm The relation ol counterfeit paper money to genuine paper money is probably about the same so it would t appear that the business of making counterfeit money is not from the standpoint of the counterfeiter just like finding it- Nevertheless counterfeits have been made ever since the government was established and will continue to be made until the millennium arrives Accordingly a large staff of men is employed by the Treasury Depart ment constantly to bring the counter r filters to justice and as soon as coun terfeit money comes into the hands of the government officers the most scrupulous care Is taken to preserve it unto a sufficient quantity IB ac cumulated to call for Its destruction according to the rules and regulations of the department This destruction takes place about once a year A few days ago about five tones of this contraband stuff was destroyed by order of Secretary Shaw The paper stuff is burned unless it happens to be lu the form of bank notes and treasury notes of such elab orate and painstaking workmanship that It is calculated to deceive the public when it appears in the circu lating medium of the country In that eventand there is always a considerable quantity of these notes they are ground up in a kind of huge sausage machine called a macera tor f in the basement of the treasury building In Washington The metallic counterfeits together with all the plates dies presses and similar material captured from coun terfeits by the secret service officers are melted down either at the Wash ington navy yard or at a local iron foundryThe ol miscellaneous coun terfeiters material such as flash 1 paper and other stuff takes place in the basement of the treasury the ma terials being thrown into the furnaces from which the building Is heated The destruction ot this matter how ever is conducted with scrupulous care In order to guard against any of the matter being abstracted either with dishonest intent or for the purpose of preserving as souvenirs The destruction committee goes down to the furnace room with a secret set vice detective and while the firemen hold the furnace doors open the stuff is thrown in Not a scrap ol any thing is allowed to escape Similar care is taken in the destruc tion of coins at the iron foundry The metallic stuff is loaded into aI wagon and driven under heavy guard to the foundry At the foundry the melting down of the matter is superintended by the destruction com mittee and at least one detective the Secret Service Bureau 01I the annual melting took place other day a great street crowd was attracted to the place under the im pression that the foundry was on fire The destruction of the paper money is more interesting possibly than that of the coin The counterfeit notes are tied up in packages and car ried to a room in the north end of the treasury building There each pack age is placed by a skillful operator under a huge descending knife which is P part of a machine used in destroy ing counterfeits After the notes have been cut into strips by this me chine the pieces carefully counted and guarded are carried to the mas cerallng room The masccrating machine has not been inaptly sausage machine It is fully four feet in diameter and stands as high as mans head The counterfeit aI are thrown into n sort of hopper Y s the top a coyer Is closed and the ma chine is operated by power from the engine room in the treasury building Water is also used in the machine and the result of the operation Is a wet grayish pulp Not until this pulp appears does the vigilance of the treasury officials cease The pulp cannot possibly be used for any Ille gal purpose knows to the counter feltero and It la thrown into the dump or is given away to persona who mold it into images of the Washington monument the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and other objects of Interest to sight era and told as souvenirs on the streets or from the hotel news standsiAu interesting part of the collection ol stuff annually destroyed is the so called Hash material This is usu ally matter made by persona In good faith without any intention of trim inal deceit but merely for exhibition curiosities The laws relating to counterfeiting are now so strict how ever that the remotest imitation of government money Is not allowed Advertising schemes innocent in themselves have had as thelrbasls the Imitation ol Confederate notes and United States paper money These are under the ban of the law Such matter Is always eeized whenever it appears and the producers of it are sometimes punished Clever paintings of bank notes and coins are sometimes made for decorating saloons and other public places Some times these paintings are really valu able In themselves but they are In varibly seized In Chief Wilkies office hangs among other curiosities an oil painting representing three barrels filled to overflowing with bank and treasury notes of all de nominations The painting is so true a reproduction of the original notes that a careless observerif any observer could be careless upon witnessing such a sightwould at first take them for real money Dangor of Colds and Grip The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these dis eases we have yet to learn ol a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that It is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an at tack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists Weight of the Hole The heaviest hole In my experl ence was one that weighed 432 pounds said John D Rockefeller He smiled faintly and resumed I happened on this hole in my younger days when I was in the refining business in a small way in Hartford I had ordered two castings each thirtysix inches squat and ten inches thick the first casting to be solid end the second to have a per foration abount twenty Inches in di ameter through its middle Wellthe foundry clerk through some sort of error billed both castings to me as though they were solid and when I pointed out his mistake sent me a credit slip He had evidently ac cording to this slip taken the di mensions of the hole in the second casting 10x20x20 Inchesand calculated what the weight of a piece of Iron of these dimensions would be Then that weight 432 pounds he had put down as the weight ol the hole and the credit slip he sent me read I J D Rockefeller Cr By i hole weight 432 pounds at Sc13So And that was the heaviest bole I have ever knownN Y Tribune Keep It In Your Home propIthe kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RosineKy i a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Luiiitlre llrouio Qalulne TahUU All ilrnKRlntn refund the money lilt fnlb to core C W iron a klgiMt uru In on vacb but Ilk Young People Wed Petersburg Ky March 23Mast- er Ned Black aged sixteen and Miss Bessie Burns aged twelve years were married In Lawrenceburg recently The fact has just leaked out and the girls father threatens to prosecute somebody Black and his bride have not lived together Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion Mulutolj removed tr the DM ol OReOARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded If you are not pleated wllb rciulti hu cured thoutud why not you lI6fomoieldKTwauffererloryeutromCOMUP3UQOarttidj POD Co vr teiia Ge Unr- cwsu tT n+ hom bad done KrUI Rood tegave tier II otel1roublt with tD pileMrflack ettwMiurprtiedtofind lilmjelf oflid thisIezcdof bodily llmtnu It a well man mod not UH any medicine If lOure atllitCed In anahouldityou only r5 eeota riot eas we ir the dniRtit it authcrUtd to refund your owner TUB AMERICAN PIIARMACAU CO Eraoavinmmad- e t c 4 COUNTRY GIRLS Had Better Stay at HomeLittle Happiness for Poor People in the Large Cities r Every year hundreds of country girls leave their homes and go to the city to try their fortunes Those with college educations fitted for teaching or trained for some special line ol work mny full Into pleasant ways but the unhappy majority serving In shops and factories standing behind counters eight hours of the twenty four do not have an enjoyable life by any menus Suppose they had re malued at home in the quiet village where they thought there was noth- Ing to do and had taken up dressmak ing as a trade worked the garden raised flowers and chickens or stud ied bee culture and hid gone in the society of the town where each one stands on his own merits and the lines are not so closely drawn as in city would they not have been better off after all The country may lack the feverish glare end excitement of the city but its pleasures are more wholesome and oi a more cnduting kind The country girl earning her way in a vII lage has more liberty than n sales woman ix a city store earning f1000 a week The country girl gets her holiday whenever she wants it She is not obliged to pay 2 a week car fareand luncheons or spend all her hours in noisy streets when the din of passing traffic makes it necessary to shout in order that she may be heard She does not live in a cheap boarding house but sits at a table spread with a bountiful country fare and when she passes down the street friends greet her on every side Yes the countrybred girl generally gets a bad bcrgain when she leaves home for the city And the temptations of city life are much greater CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tliudSignature of RAILROADING no better opportunities offered young men than in Railroading We place you in touch with all depart mebts Write for particulars stating what branch of the service you desire to enter Managed by practical rail road men Address Central Railway Bureau Box 436 Muncie Ind I Do You Want This Gold t We are going to give a nice new TenDollar Gold piece totho Correspondent of THE REPUBLICAN who sends us the largest club of yearly subscribers beloro noon of Monday April 5 Renewals count tho same as new subscriptions when paid up one year in ad vance A big prize for a lit tle work and one of our cor respondents is going to get it Why not you Wo could get more clubs by having the offer open to everybody but we limit it to our correspondents because we want to show them that we appreciate their work for THE REPUBLICAN Send in names and money as rapidly as you receive them and every subscription sent in will bo credited to your club account Begin AT ONCE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK ING- Whvn yon lib Grove Tnetdren Chill Tonic bee tbe formula U plainly printed on ever bot tl MiowlnK that It In ftlmoljr Iron eat Qnlutno la- o tdoUlv corm No Cure No 1ajr Sic Cheap Rates One way second class colonist rates commencing February isth and con tinning daily until April 30th Tick eta will be sold at greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon and Washington points These rater will continue in effect until March 31 for Colarado and California points but only until April 30th for Mon tans Washington and Oregon points p Lyons Laxativo Syrup to a vegetable preparation absolutely in its effect it acts gently on bowels cures con stipationbiliousness sick headache the and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoalneKy Astraddle of Floating Log Astraddle of a log nnd living on the bark a porcine victim of the flood passed Paducah last week en route to Gulf of Mexico The poor porker was perhaps aa strange a1 traveler jansldering the circumstances as eVe er fare down the Ohio river Howev jr the enforced journey of the swine was interruped ten miles below Padu cab greatly no doubt to the voy gers delight The facts In the piggys rescue art given in the Mct oll8 Ill Herald- of last Friday V Thusday while out in hit skiff Jno Martin of East Metropolis was some what surprised to sight a hog on top if a log which was floating swiftly 1l x down stream When the poor animal saw the skiff approaching it Struggled to get away from him and yet kept Its hold on the log However the log rolled and it was thrown out in the stieatn and began swimming and in a few moments Martin had caught it and had it safe In the skill where it was evidently glad to stay From all appearances the animal bad been in the water for several lays and was in a famished condition It had eaten all the bark off the log within reach In order to remain on iopit had been compelled to lie down flat with two legs on either side oi the log All Jine the Korius How dear to my heart is the steady subscriber who pays in ad vance at the birth of the year who lays down his money and docs it quite gladly and casts round the office a halo of cheer He never Fays stop it I cannot aflord it nor that Im getting more papers now than I can read but alway says send it the family likes it in fact we all think it a real household need How welcome come he is when he steps in the sanctum how he makes our heart throb how he makes our hearts dance We outwardly thank him we inwardly bless him the steady subscriber who pays in advance The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht country most dangerous because so decep ive Many suddet bjItheartpneumonia hear allure or apoplexj ire often the rexuF of kidney disease ll kidney trouble is allowed to advance th- ekidneypolsonao will attack the vital organs or the NlOCYS memsetveu great down and wa9U away cell by cell Bladder troubles most result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure II obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the groat kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald Ing pain In pasting It and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of to minyUmesextraordinary effect of SwampRset Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhave PJA 1covery i tells all about It both nomaofSwnmpIloot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer ft Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwtmpRoot Dr Kilmers ElnghamlonN ROIYIIOThLT fi Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage 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COST NO Molex THAI rUIN ONES INI White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets ossgrown discolored requires constant expense and- tare and eventually crumbles buck to Mother Earth Besides it Is very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting It cnnnot crumble with the notion ol frost Moss growth Is an impossibility It is more artistic t than uny stone Then not investigate It has- been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments I and by thousands of delighted customers In all parts of the country It hat been on the market over 25 years and Is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We havehnndreds ol beautiful designs of all grades of workand want to have you see them if you are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn c3 11 c iM Two Days M vniJnxJ fmc2F 89IIID 1 IlLeiJNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT 1 abtroedarilaoNotnrylpbllc Hporlnl detention HARTFORD trlrtn to KYrty public tJ r O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAIirFnill KY oOhiodolattonttoagireetoelibudnraeatrtlasdtohIear I 1 I J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY abdadjoinagcountIOM Dtru1Id to hU eon 8 P BOG- Y4TTORNEYilZ LAIyIIIFORDHVIME KrfCTTJOUT Klllpreetkblprofeloa hia theoartaot AppealepvdalatteuUondved I CM DAnlJETTt ifHARTFORD KY l wilt rracUIII rrorlon la nil the mart of t Ohio and adoteIi count HprrUl MtraUon will ha given to all ballliN tntnuUJ td nU care Oolltetlouj apedaltyE NEALaAttorney at Law HARTFORD KYIwin bin profoMlnn la Kent nek jr Bpwlal attention UImoat 01 det dent atatroad tnee sad ctlMlnnl practice oifl optutn Orlffln block J S B WEDDING Aii06REY and COUNSELLOR it UW HARTFORD KY I WlllpmttlnhU roOD la all the court of Ohio and mllolnlnR tonntlr and th Court of ApoIpralt Prompt attention irirra to nil entru ted to Mm Offlc No SFr Onlrr haalII R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Kv Will unvctlm hU pmbulon In U ounrUnf OMo 1 and aiUolatnc eointlM Alan Hatutt Tibllr ML HKXVniX CUSBBT wOOln f HEAYRIN WOODWARD 111fOCfle flaatrowKY tg 4 OW ri tHW H BARNES Attorney at Law i ASDCOtWTY ATTOnSDT- lliurrunD Kr I Will prntlr hi prufrulon In alt the Court ol I Ohio lId adJolaliK cooatlM and In Ute Court ofrAppmU Xtrlrt nttratlaa TrtllU pltn tdall l- bOloe flIlnaalcd to blare Conrtlon a I LdoSecond Annual Opening of Tv J Torley Co ri iveilo Away to Our Customers I Every farmer his wife and their children are invited to celebrate with us on the 6th and 7th of April l- On these two days we will give away premiums for various farm products etc We will give a 75 Best Orade Ideal Buggy I For the first nearest guess as to how many stock peas and Soja beans in a halfgallon jar fe A 16 Tig2 Disc Ha row v l i t For the second nearest guess A JI I ODolla Cooking SteveJFor the most popular farmers daughter in Ohio county tr A 10 MrtA 2000 Tiger Cultivator for the most popular farmer in Ohio county To the I ones receiving the most votes the above prizes will be awarded Monday is the day for the premiums for corn and horses We will give a 830QO Double set of Harness for the best pair of driving horses shown A 81200 Disc Corn I t Drill for the best peck of corn brought in Tuesday is our premium day for mules and tobacco We will give a830 set of HeavytDouble Harness for the best pair of farm mules shown A 8900 Oliver Chilled Plow f for the best sample of Stemming Leaf Tobacco A 1500 set of Harness for the best f sample of Stemming Leaf Tobacco raised with our Fertilizer These prizes will be awarded by a committee selected from among the farmers who r home As heretofore our Opening will be conducted on a fair square basis We will J in addition to this give a handsome present to everyone who comes on these two days a We het tried to reach all our farmer friends and to those we have failed we willk f gladly give an invitation and guess cards when they come to our store on these two days So come out and enjoy yourselves Again thanking all of our rUor Jthe large tjnde wo have had the last yrear we are Yours truly x T J TURLEY JCSl COI + ak l the fortunate ones last year wore Ben S Chamberlain No Creole Ky r Robt Daughterly Baizotown Ky v Jolni Fois v trN0 Creek Ky Ab Jones Hartford Ky James Ccci1r Hartford Ky Miss Mattio Pirtlo Hartford Ky Ppiitcqst 4 anything to participate You may bo the lucky ono this year I i 1l1 flI 7 I N- f v jJt3- W t LI I J 7sh lwllI nt+ fiNki d ywt riS rlial4SG LCwdttaLC Wwh N 1ar+ r Sfww jtI r J