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Q t THE HMEEOED REPUBLICAN k f d Fined oh Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OKUOr THE PAIn IN TaE raDii COHGRESSIONALDIRiilCr Subscription 1 a year I VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 10 1903 L tt J r 1- A t CEIbNTft1 l II Tlic returned n vcnllct of ocd o death oil the man who fell from hthowlnAow Iidg on which lie tind falH rI1Gtlp but the death war really ilue v rri4tC3l1t ci hlci stal the icrMcIMe There are 4- grrat man lives enJ deny term nated os n result of- cnrelCllolnH91 tliu medical ctt tlficate mAY read best fidlurt Whoa a WAD Ukcs chaneeswfthAnd i uw warniDij tytnptotna of diodoac he Is nutrition Discovery other It callJUltI and biliousness asaimi from the I bad tn troubled with a pln In tower m xomach fur three tar to ever IIhougM If would kill mila tim write Mr Dmof Kcnilmitant a Mb 8tm IcwiM hardtywok It kit like lakllnrld oa Inlandto bad that ne I tueil Rtoratcb HitlerI tChlcofiO tot It did no rood to I wrote w Pro fur 14elwll14h tie t me Ira I his direction used twohU medicine n 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or rrit2 toe ruU r FutleeJu- T a AXBKKSey PMUI 4 I f Idt F Silberman Brosi U Lart8lt FIIIHeIftAmlo Wraitehes All Ovw ElltClp- I dHighesteatb Nld for all kinds of raw fun Hold your shipment I until you itt our pile Ito Wtritt 1L Srrittxtv Wi mill It trss- z S SILBCRMAN BROil l2lol36Mlchlc aSUCiloaBOlll for CouHtlpnllou fI UdletMidelilldniiMltlinleiiMnltoiAketnifpor rMtljbkrml MUU If MRS L S ADAMSIOl lalvratoii IlItotCarduj W lodted blessing 5 vomcn tbvlng suffered for liven years With wtakjsii and bu- rbii rlngdown sad MvlfIg1rled ev 1 and different Wwlth Jio IUCMM your Wins of CsrM WM tht only Wag h1th1IeIt4 1Ma ndsvsntusilycurttm llsssmsdto- E bu up iN trtMth fi t2 thc lytttffl and tcmct vIatJiIiI Adamt t disordered menses of the womb OTWIantrollb1ee or ol t I6i ailments that womsn have Y01canOIrO athomewith jothtawomen rmodyWiae t o tIII I cured thoucandi of cases which doctors hnvo failed to benefit Vhy ji not to well today All dnggI4s have A 100 boWes Fur It bowel disor1 any t or let T1tedfoda lllackDsaught should be usu rIt4Uw44i tf t jaJV ltco EU5L4anOog TcI it WINEorCARDUI JI 1 i jH CRUELTY =TO INSAME PATIEMTS Lakeland Asylum in a Bad Light Eye Witnesses of Brutality by Attendants I DR FURNISH COMPLACENT Attaches Little Importance to Reports and Expects 10 11 yestIg4tIoN- There will be no Investigation of the charges ol cruelty which have been made against the attendants of this Institution said Dr J GFnr ntsb Superintendent of the Central Insane Asylum at Lakeland to a Herald reporter Superintendent 1nrnlsh was seated In his office at the asylum and the manner In which he made the above statement Indicated that he attached little Importance to the assertions that patients at the Institution bad been the victims ot brutal assaults In the course of the conversation Dr Furnish said that he had looked Into I the matter thoroughly and was convinced that the charges were without foundation In seeking to explain the motive which any person of per sous might have for making sensai tlooal charges against the methsxls employed at the asylum the supetlni tendent declared that residents of the vicinity were trying to bring the management of the Institution laU bad odor because harmless paUeita at the asylvta were allowed to walk out with their attendants when the weather was good They have tried to have us la dieted by the grand jury and they ire disappointed because of failure hesaidMrs Msmle Slater who lives a short distance from the asylum showed evidences of amusement whett told that Dr Furnish wu defending tie attendants of the loatitatlon lithe life which those nnlottnnslc people must live behind the closed doora ol the asylum la horrible to think IIboutlI eald Mrs Sister IIIFrou what I have seen with my on a public thoroughfare I I dare riot think of what Is possible when the patients are alone with their keepers IILl8t Wednesday I witnessed tire moat brutal occurrence that I ever beard ol I saw nn attendant ol the asylum kick lad beat An inoffensive patient until the victim Sell to the ground prostrated I was hectic myself with Indignation and before I knew it I was fanning to the rescue ol the patient Then I realized that being a woman I could do no gobd by using force and I determlnedto wait lad see what the law eonlddd Mrs Slater said that she wo4w rather not have her name ased lien nectlon with the case but that ahe was ready at any time to go before a I board or Inquiry and tell what she had witnessed Then she pointed to I a grassy plqt directly behind the Lakeland depot of the Louisville and Nashville railroad which was aoo yards away from her home 1110 you see that little green awardl1IIhe 1IIWell on bright sunshiny days the attendabta ot the asylum bring out the patlebU in squads and let them sit aronndlon the grass The women and the men are brought out together and thcy all have to sit la a row lithe ground Is damp they have to alt down aby way forI have seen them sitting on the ground when I would not dare to go ont without overshoes toLast Wednesday there were about 200 patients seated about and hat on my front porch and watched them fora while There were five or six attendants In charge of the group All at oneeone of the men patients raised up slightly and reached out as though to pick up something The next Instant a big burly attendant came rnnnlng np from behind and kICked the patient who fell forward orf his face The attendant then kicked the prostrate man several times la the a4dea The patient ma3e no effort toreelsf He merely cried plteouly sad put his arm about hU UieI1 mt BcrwBi for he qUit kicking tire pitIataapked him ap bodily arid slammed him down roughly In his place In1 the tiDe Soontbe patients were taken back to Ihe asylum I J went down to the depot rind asked MreMary Terry the ageniI she bad seen the brutal attack She said that I she had not but that she believed anything was possible so far as the treatment of the patients was con cerned 101 told her what I bad witnessed Pont she tiled to call for Fnrnlsh Over 4 f I o attendantjbut nun by inquiring oi other attendants but they professed Ignorance of any unusual treatment Mrs Mary Terry who boa lived in the neighborhood of the flaying for yearn and whose family once owned the land on which the Institution was built was seen and she readily told what she knew of the conditions at the asylum The treatmentwhich those pa tlenta received at the hands of the at tendanta Is a disgrace to humanity said Mrs Terry I was busy in the office when the assault which Mrs Slater describes occurred and I was not a witness However I know that something terrible occurred or Mrs Slater could not have been so agitated She was trembling with rage when she came to the station shortly after the inhuman assault I tried to learn the name of the attend ant but I could not and I wrote a letter to Dr Furnish stating the facts of the outrage About ten days ago I was looking outr the window of the station There were several patients there with an attendant When the guard was ready to march them back to the asylum he lined them up like a company ol soldiers One of the patients got out of line and the attendant ran up to him and caught him by the shoulders shaking and kicking him until he was tired of his exertions Dirt I am not the only one who has been shocked by the actions of the at tendanta at the asylum continued Mrs Terry Almost every one who live out here has seen more than enough to convince them that all is sot right and I believe that a large number of intelligent witnesses from tilts section conld be found to testify before Investigating body Even my little niece who is only thirteen years old has come to me crying and told me that the attendants were beating some of the unfortunate men or women who were confined at the asylumThe attendants have no right to bring large parties of patients down around the depot The practice is a natance to the neighborhood and then the patients get out on the railroad tracks and some of them are In danger of being killed There Is plenty of room on the hum of the in ntltlon where the patients can be exercised without inconveniencing the public 11 do not poct much weight ia these charge said Dr FurnlbbIIIC these people think that attendants are brutal all they have to do Is to come here and point out tIre roan who abuses patients and I will summari ly dlsmira him from thtf service We have more than 1200 patients here and about 100 attendants and some times Incidents occur which are una voidable III do not Intend to bother about sensational statements and the pub lie can believe them or not I do not believe that our record for managing the Institution can be soiled Ido not fear an Inquiry Dr Thomas P Satterwhite a mem ber of the Asylum Board of Commie stoncrs saidIAn I know about brutality at thejjsylum Is whet I have read in the newspapers There has been no official report to my knowl edgeWill there be an investigation was asked IIi cannot say replied Dr Setter whitehThat will depend on the de velopments which may come Louisville Herafd There is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine Is applied direct to the affected membranel The remedy ia Elys It re stores the inflamed tissues to a healthy st te without drying all the life out pi them and It gives backtbe lot senses of taste and smelt The1 sufferer who is tired of vain experi meats should use Cream Balm Druggists sell it for sq cents Ely Brothers 59 Warren Street New York wUIruaiVtt OTonXAlsrsti vTM KM Yw Htft Atafj ItIIpatVt JIiflIf Timing Himself Mr Jpgway bad been on a prolong elsprte When he began to realize whathe teas doing he found himself walking aimlessly along the street IOfficr1I he said to the first po liceman he met what day of the week is thlfl I Thuridiy14 was the reply Mri Jagway walked on till he met aibtberone Officer he sddII what day of the month is tbbI The zh vas the reply A blcck further on he encountered R third policeman wl1lyoubethis Ifll eye1nhim i Thanks rejoined Mr Jagway proceeding on his way CIt1lnk l1 uClIIcagorlbudV j 1 A NEGRO TRADER Story of a Tragedy Told bYa Tombstone When the late Mr Shakespeare wrote that there were Sermons In Stones II the great dramatic genius might have peered far enough Into the future to have Included grave stones in his category for more than one of the latter even in our own beautiful City of the Dead tells a sad tale and furnishes the text for a pa thetic sermon says the MaysvUle Public 2Innorth of the main entrance to the Maysvlllc cemetery stands and un pretentious headstone thnsinectibsd My Husband JAMES MMILLIN BORN July 26 i8 6 v Was Murdered in the city of Memphis By TsaacL Bolton My123 J857 Aged 50 Yrs 10 Mr 27 Ds Beyond this lies a story of the antebellum days when slavery was recog nized as a divine institution and when the traffic in bumau beings was regarded as a legitimate if not an hon orable business enterprise WAS A NIGGER TRADER Jim McMlllin as hr was familiarly known was In the parlance of that period a nigger trader 1t At the time of which we write he lived in a house in the brick rowll In West Second street using the cellar for a upenlI tire windows and doors being secured by Iron bars bolts and locks As he bought slaves he herded them In this pen until he secured a drove1I when he took them South by boat there was no direct railway communication in those nnprogrcss ive dayo disposing of them to other and more extensive nigger traders in the cotton and sugar centers Memphis being a favorite market just as Clnclnnatlls today the favorite market for the Mason county farmers drovcuf hogs Among the largest dealers in Memphis were N B Forrest after ward the famous Confederate cavalry leader nod Bolton Dickens Co the latttr firm coaductlcgnn immense stave pen at the foot of Howard Row on the river flout with branches In Richmond Va and Montgomery AU Some months previous to the fatal occurrence Mr McMlllin had sold a bunch of negroes to the latter firm among which was a likely young mulattoas they were described In the sale bills This boyll was to become free upon reaching a certain age and this fact was stated to the buyers at the time of dale- Subsequently Bolton Dickens Co I disposed of the slave farther South without however disclosing the fact of his limited servitude and when the truth became known to the last purchases he called the Memphis firm to account It must be remembered that Memphis in 1857 was a long way removed frontMaysvillc The telegraphic ser vice was an infant industry the telephone was unknown and speed lest mode of direct travel was by steamboat In May 1857 Mr McMlllin mode hiS first trip to Memphis after the oc currence above stated On the date recorded in his epitaph he was seated in the office of BoltonDlckens Co talking with Mr Dickens Mr Bolton entered and Mr Dick ens aroseaadHld IMr Bolton this Is Mr McMlllin of Kentucky In those days it was the proper ca per for every Southern gentleman to totelan arsenal reenforced with the favorite Bowie knife Without waiting bra word of ex planation and with alt the fires of chivalry converted into a confla gration Bolton with the frenzy of a demon exclaimed You are the that sold us a free nigger1 At the same time shooting McMlllin with a Derringer and Instantly drawing a Bowieknife and literally disemboweling his de fenseless victim v- McMlllin died in a faw minutes and Somewhat singularly Bolton was ar rested anl committed to the Brown Eagle without ballBrown Eagle tht1tocaln rose the highest tension for there were thousands of noole piople there who deprecated the frequency of murder and the uniform dismissal of the offenderA weeks later John Abell a wealthy gambler who occupied the Commandants residence at Fresi dint Polke attempted Navy Yard I A hot nd killed a respectable rump I iiuhker named Jim Bvetson In Adams lItroe This was the ast straw and fithin i few hour the Brown Eagle I wr3 stmonuded by a tremendous crowd of Infuriated citizen bentjipon lynching Abell and U was only by reason of the most urgent appeals from prominent speakers that the crowd dispersed and quite WAS reo Btored While Bill McEwen one of the lo cal editors of the Bulletin was stand ing on the jalJyard fence addressing the citizens he lost bin balance and the writer who was then an attache o that office saved him from falling lit6 a oldfashioned well which was jut belnd him c During this turmoil Bolton who was confined in the dungeon and not knowing of the AbellEverson affair thought the mob was after him and the prayers he sent up would have filled a volume After the lapse of a year Boltons case was called for trial Owing to the settlement In Mem phis a change of venue was granted and the cause was removed to Cov Ington in the county of Tlpton lIe bad the ablest criminal law yerallthat moucy could proure in that fcect0 i t HS thought tb il if he could ecure an attorney aual some willing witnesses from Mr McMillln3 own home It would strengthen his case very materially So the late Judge Richard H Stan ton of this was employed and be summoned to Memphis a brace of witnesses who were expected to sweat to any old statement that would damage Mr McMlllInVcharecter and Influence the jury in Boltona behalf These witnesses were King Plum mer Bob Thompson Dan Glascock Lafe Cone Bob Powers Squire BUss Jim Reed andlLon Jackson the latter a negro formerly belonging to the late John M Wilson by whom he had been freed probably because of his worthlessness OATH AT A DISCOUNT Plummet was tbe only witness put on the stand bnt when in answer to the Prosecuting Attorneys question he raid he knew Lou Jackson and had played cards with him he was promptly told to stand aside for In that day a white nan who wonH tiJszth triger vras so lucbI blow the nKger that his oatli was at a tsonntof about 99 it pnrwct- Of the remaining witnesses Cone and Bliss rtfuscd to please the lawyers by swearing to a falsehood nnd the entire party Was rent borne With the exception of Reeti all In eluding Judge Stanton have long since testified in the Sopieme Court above In behalf of the prosecution the Rev Dr R C Grundy formerly of this city but then pastor of the Beale strelt Presbyterian church Hamilton Gray the wellknown Maysvills mer chant George Nelson and Andrew Newell the latter two then In business in Memphis were called to es tablish McMilllns character for peace and good citizenship for bewasthe most amiable of men These two have long passed sway BOWOK ACQUITTED At the conclusion of the trial Bol ton was acquitted by r jury every one of whom it was believed had been bought outright with the murdtrera gold Then came the ghastly sequel The expenses of the trial had been enormous fully 100000 Judge Stanton alone getting a fee ol 5000 in gold and Bolton set up the claim that the firm should foot Ute bills This was resisted by Mr Dickens and tt G r lr t Ti 3ts and the consequence waoa falling out among the partners antagonizing litigation and finally a bitter fend First there was a killing between the principals and the murderous spirit extended on both sides until within less than twentyfive years nineteen persons had been shot down in tbe open or assassinated in the darkall of which is prefaced by the unpretentious headstone in our ceme tery The BoUonDickens vendetta Is the most celebrated In the South as It was Indeed one of the bloodiest in all history S It has been the purpose ot the writer to connect the local actors with the event in Its first stages rather than to give the extended facts that fair lowed andGrlpI grip Is their resulting In pneumonia II reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the teas of thousands who I haveused this remedyfar these dis eases we have yet to learn of a single ease haying resulted In pneumonia which shows conclusively that it Is a certain preventive of that dangerous dlseagf It will cure a cuiJ or an at tacicof the grip in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and MfeTto take For sate by all drug gtats p ti rc DISCUISED CATARRit II A Stealthy Insidious Weakening Enemy to Womea REV HABHIET B EDWARDS CUXTOtf J- I IA a- II 1ao 1 II us us s S 1ISs a S S S S S I S I S I S a ii o S II S I 5 1 ROT harriet n Edwards la a recent Icjtor from Mt Pleasant Park Clinton Ia writes Ihave found that Peruna Is a wonderful medicine to sine In diseases peculiar to women It quickly and permanentlyrettorea health tad visor Dad act3 asa naturaltonlcto a wormout system Ibay so ferns yeroburr d a case which was notgreatly aided by Ha useREV DR II R EDWARDS u 1IIERE aro a muUltndo of women I especially houflowlvoe and all other women obliged to bo on their loc conn tantly who ito wretched beyond description simply bocauso their strength and vitality sapped away by catarrhal discharges from tho pelvIs orgoao Those women got up In the morning tired drag themselves through their dally duties tired only to go to bod at night na tired aa before Poruna la such a perfect epeclflo for each case that when patients barn onoo nsod U thoy can never be induced to quit it nnul ihey lira pdrmaucndy cured It pgtr3 to roliilVO tlto jhlz ble 9 IhIus I Et2deacd kr Waek fWis IrJA EXPLODED I Remains ot Murdered People Found as Predicted On the 1 2th oi February last a strange letter was published In the leading papers ot the State purport Ing to emanate train Gresbam Green county to tbe iffect that there had been strange Jitmppeiranccs of men I in Green county in the past and par ticulars would be given by addressing Box 2 ot the postoffice at that place The report was looked upon with dis dain even when Itiwas learned that the writer had become known and was willing to before the grand jury with his story At the present session of that body Luther man an old citizen ol the county made his statement even citing his brother a of the body as a witness together with notd citizen oththeg ieretbeyhi v nothing ofishcli occurrences as the murder and burial of strangerS as Mr Blakeman stated nor even the Banie but through said Blake min To quiet the story for all tjme EHsor McGlunls was instructed to investigate fully and sse compos ed Pllton Smith Dr WUc1m and Creed Paxton accompanied by Blake man thoroughly dug up every place pointed out and found nothing They dug upen the ground In- to bacco barn and stable on Aaron Moss farm and a tobacco barn on an ad joining farm recently bought by Ed Blakeman with the above result Mr Blakeman Insists the remains were removed the posse are confi dent the gound never had been die turbed Mr Blakeman was thought to be suffering from an halo lucination and was examined In court and pronounced sane The matter Is still In suspense and the grand jury It Is thought will Investigate still further Grecnsburg Record Ramons Tonic Regulator la the most popular all medicine we have ever handled It Is a gentle laxative a healthful tqulc and prompt health restorer Usndome large tin box jscts J H Williams m on Sweethearts r r3 hereafter will rnptbe ipertnttted to rcnt boj es to without the written consent oTthelr 5 I symptoms at once Tho backache ceases tho trembling knees are strength ened tho appetlto restored the dlgestloti mode perfect the dull headache la stopped and the weakening drains aro gradually cured These rocrolto certainly follow a course of treatment with Po runs Joa B Crowley Congressman front Illinois writes from Robinson mil Mrs Crowley has takes a number of bottles ot Peruna on account ot nervous troubles It his proven M strong tonic end tatting euro I can cheerfully Kfctamead It 1ov A Csoi1j p rt package I I niqmber ol liTm CHUffSf hor7l1nfj IndlrMnal parents This was made by PostpQlce to an abuse growing out of the act that minor girls boxes and up correspondence with outside parties end in the encea secret from Cured ono Bottle of Clam berlalns Cough Remedy When I had an attack of the grip lat w second one actually cured nyseif with one bottle of Cham berloins Cough Remedy saya Perry Editor the Enterprise Shortsville N esttrtthV at times kept coughing myself to pieces by tdklng a of this remedy and when the coughing spell would cbme on at night would take dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompanying pains To say that thetemedy acted as a mostagree surprise Is putting it very mild Ihad no Idea it would or could knock out the grip simply had tried it for R purpose but It didand Itsejned- I wlth the second ol coughing the remedy caused it to not only of less duration but the pains were far severe and I had not used the contents ol onctajtile before Mr Grip had bid adieu For by druggists flair theitia IriYca Hare AIwasBugft 1J1 1I1tIlO fIA The sorrow worth daythlnu In tbIicold is others roc others means helping others not hugging woe to selves For I believe that really brave and the really great make na forget theft aU the cords of their hutts a wounds My Old Maids Corn r 6 theCehtury r I I c Mra Wm llnUnX Wr county tbill am t1I I M II W i Toll ett wOo ibaCii i r ot urtJbCf 4l1 joara wP n misery so whet mod rt ih i limo My lacs v very nak aal ray flcJK kpfl e hurt mo to lean against tia ojt 4bladC4Iilpd IOAuUa t ioLinl M ftjli ou liLt world nail Lot and cold epo dlzztno and Uomblinj of tho llm and was losing flush all the tim After following direotions tint taking Pctnti I no 7 foot Ilka 1 diffcrc n 3 poraon1 Mra Van IMrlj Barbara Albotty corner Sov uth r Walnut strootJ Ap leton ri u30 follow rearrt to iciana Toryears I bate aaCdr with bak1 aeho and oTcta pains in tho side Idoctored so much that X boeomo discouraged A school friend told mo how very much Peruna bad benefited her suit I sent out for o 1 bottle which did moro to relieve mo than tho other medicino J had over II used it faith fully for two weeks and It com pletely cured mo I havo not had any pains sinc- enywhore but feel llko a now woman I am e I ijdonoatrsfNewIII hays been taking your Petunia and Manalla and can cheerfnlly rocoinracmi it to all those BuOorlag with the same trouble that I was I hays been toTor log for tho put two years with fomafc weakness palpitation oftho heart stomach kidney and liver disorder and above all a dreadful cough with smother Ing spells I was completely run down I had taken bottle of reo Tuna anda low doses of your I could Bleep soundly my heart waai bettor my cough left meit acted diately upon my nerves and after tAke Ing tour bottles according to your dlrec tions I was entirely of ml troubles III can truthfully cay that there nothing to equal your Pcrnna end situ I was a different womoa rtlrtak- Ing tho second bottlo nla without ffdoubt the best modlolno la the worldf lAngnago fails to express ray fA for this euro May God bless itrMrs D V Mcaon If you do not derive promptand s tlrl factory results from the uso QI Pcrons atfnUvleogrfttU Address Dr Hartman pffi l Tho iltitinii Baa i CeJXiw Ohio f1 = = J r Groves Tasteless ChiJ1 Tome1J fl1iiM1bottlesIt1 with every bottlu a Ten Cent ol Groves Root Liver i I SENSATION No I go Blake heard of be a while round Itoug mlnoro tunic 0l- Io c MS BEST pgnntanjihip ljt lIIililt- I RlffrtlgltY t ffendfor L 3 prelen4bySntst ao4 best arron eU ecbool bidding In the flontb Initrnctlon BohfioMa eettloa nil theear HtudentJ on enter at any user Visitor always welcome E J WKIOUT11rMX order the Department correct rent open that way keep correspond their patent- sSEVEflEATTACKOFGRIP by tt he I Frank W of YIIThlslsthehon I from teaspoonful I a go able ly that be cause I never such attack be teas me sale all Oa81ODA f8-t only enrruW for and torrow our our the scqrr l Lngtoa ft your WIL iu all I taken I Altar one Munulln lmmo cured all itl Man 4 ALFRED IUDONa BUILDER 4 GONTRRGTORr- Hnrtlortl Ky DDl1dln and cone ii do 1contractROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY HCOBrOBATCD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phoned and build your own lines and be ia talking distancewiththe whole county aud business gcnwally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense if you tray so We connectwlth all Independent 4 Companies Par particulars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky a 1 Grip Remedies In Great Dso mand When cplds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are In great demand Mr Joseph I Williams of McDuIf Va saystkat he was cured of a very deepand last ing attack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with no effect For sale by all druggists j1 CATARRHUE DY Is ap re to GIV- ESatisfaction v ELr CUM BAtM 11011 lit vO to J inut Voli heal thojimsmbrae 9nf drvv- IiWjy R eutU II 1be I fADorhtdtere thstThtbru5 nut M lIlt ticn1 set TIaTItsp4r t IiettaaIcv- I lIU II izw1qo 11 tunti- I rhVnpOTIUUuuaWftrreaSttt dW iSt f Hartford Republican Iuueil bj tbo Hartford labllbIDgColIIlaD1- IncoRPORED JonI JlENRY TJlOlAHEdUor tCC O C- CUnbelncM3 fghR1veMZZ FRIDAY APRIL io HAle ot AernllTra- DleDt adyerljsementa 4c per Ineb lint IOIrtlonOo per IDcb each addltlonllllDsertlon- Spoclal ratel on yearly contract Local Tiottce bc per lIDe lint tnerUOn Gc per line each addltioDallDsutioa Card of tbnki molutlooa and obltnarltll0c- ente a line cub Su advauc- oiOVNCEtENT For MSata 8eDlUor autborlled to announce nOi A S DEiNETT as a candidate for Btato Senato from Lbs SiTeflib Senatorial District sub3ect to the action of the Republican part WI are authorlzedto ILnnounce SL BTEVENB ft a candidate for Btate SeDator from the SeT entb Senatorial Dlatrlrt sub3ect to the action of the Republican party we lire authorized to announce D BAKER RnOAnS ILl a Clndldate for State Senator from iheSeE2th Senatorial dlatrtct subject to the action of the Republican party Mn S A ANnusoN makes an At presiding officer DFMOCRATIC platform for 1904 Damn the Nigger CAnTER11 lAnrosoN was elected Mayor of Chicago Tuesday for the fourth time His majority was only 6000 GOVERNOR Beckham will open his campaign with a speech at Owensbo ro Monday AUGUTUS E Y1iscN George W Long Clifton J Pratt and James B Breathitt are the big four from which the Republican candidate for Gov ernor wilt be chosen MR ChAIRMAN WO place in north nation the name of Hon H W Slack of Owensboro for the Repub lican nomination for Attorney Genera of Kentucky NEARLY a dozen farm houses have burned in Ohio county in the last two weeks No Incendiarism lo suspected yet this fire record has never been approached in the county be fore ThERE is an effort being made among the wise ones of the Demo = 1I hatic party to induce Beckham to withdraw under promise of succession to Jo Blackburne seat in the U S Senate Wrrir its accustomed sympathy for candidates defeated in Republican conventions the Hartford Herald sheds some tears for Mr Len Sande fur But Mr Sandefur is not a can didate for Democratic sympathy ToE Republican convention here Monday WB3 th9 most harmonious ever held in the county and the capable and deserving young men nomi nated for Representative and Oircuit Court Clerk will have no easy march to victory in November TUE freeze last week serously dam aged the fruit crop throughout the county In the lowlands the peaches were killed outright and it is feared the freeze will result in causing much of the entlie crop to drop early and the balance to ripen imperfectly TOE Owen boro Inquirer was loyal to the profession when it declined to allow the Slate Fair Commissioners to censor its columns Everyreputable newspaper in Kentucky willlelld iis aido the enterprise ofa State Far but none of them vill disgrace liteif by submiUing to a censorship at the bands of the Fair Commissioners M E JNoALLS president of the Dig Four Railroad wanted to be President ot the United States and siart in that direction by being 5Mayor of Cincinnati but Julius Pleischman a young German Repub lican nipped millionaire IngaUs Presidential aspiration in the bud by defeating him for Mayor of thncinna ti in the municipal election tuesday HANG Cincinnati Ia Southern gen tieman dont stand no show over there nohow Co1 Jack Jhinn the last 01- Mohegans as were of the old school of Kentucky knights of the hoss pistol and bowie knife has been bearded by a measly Cincinnati town marshal Such an outrage upon the Kentucky gentleman should be resented Col Ohinn bought about 8i500 worth of wearing apparel from a Oincinnat store and a negro was sent around to collect the bill The Colonel was too generous to shoot him on the spot butswore at him in several languages Instead of sending the head of the house around to offer an apology the store sent a big burly marshal to the Colonels room at his hotel to attach his property Of course this made the Colonels blood bile and he ordered the marshal to leave instanter But the marahalcold bloodednorth orner thst he was lacking In appre ciation of Kentucky honoractually overpowered the brave Colonel and stripped him ot his hoss platuls and bowie knife With these gone the Colonel humiliated and harmless a shook the dll8t of Oincinnati from his feet Co1Chinn says ho willnever ct foot In Cincinnati again Ajuet 4 4 punishment for such outrageous treatment WANTS A HOME Vote to send your editor to the LgleMture nel qualUled he rrad the papers and I a pOsted nDd fildea this he II poor and aeedathemoney toget ahome for bliwUe and little gtrls ne wm make you ft good rrplCllfntaU oneyon will be proud of one eho will not cit Idle and draw hi paT Mountain Sentinel The Mountain Sentinel is published at Manchester Clay county the capital of the fuedista country and is edited by Fred S Horton who wants to represent the counties of Clay Owsley and Jackson in the Lower House of the next General Assembly Of course we are for him Edit ors must stand together for hotter or worse but just how Mr Horton is going to have money enough loft to buy t home for his wife and little girls out of his salary as a legislator after paYing the expenses ofa canvass and a winter at Frankfortout of 8300 we cannot imagine Either houses or canvassing IS cheap round about the country adjacent to Manchester FORDSVILLE Mrs Sam Gaines has been very ill this week Mr Otho Fowler who Is now tray ellng for the Booklovers Library was here Monday aid Tuesday Mrs Dr Gl11esple who has been an Invalid for several years Is nble to be out and has been spending several days with friends here Mr Harry Newsom of Ensor was a guest at Mr J T Smiths Sunday night eu route to ShelbyvUle Mrs McWlse and Mrs Essle Piland went to Louisville Monday for a visit Messrs I C Adair and Mack Smith went to Hartford Monday Miss Jessie l3rady of Irvlngton was the guest of Miss Ola Gaines Sat urday and Sunday Mr T H Lloyd died here at his home Monday mornlngat 8 oclock of paralysis For years Mr Lloyd has been an honored citizen of our town and community and a very great loss has been sustained by his death Messrs Ellis Lloyd of Plttsburg- Pa and Henry Lloyd of Beaver Dam were here several days at the bedRide of their father before his death Mrs H L Stum of Sacramento and little daughter Nina passed through here Saturday en route to Glendeane to visit Mrs Stums parents Mr and Mrs Moor man Mr and Mrs J M Graham and Messrs Willie and Hubbard Graham of Narrows were guests of Mr and Mrs Mack Smith Saturday mid Sun dayMr and Mrs Clarence Smith have moved Into one of Bro Ratcliffs houses formerly occupied by Mr Shrewsberry who now occupIes the residence vacated by Mr A Hender son and family Dr Flemlstu has sold his residence to Mr Ed Morrison and will build on a lot near to his fatherinlaw Mr Jett McCarty Miss Flora Haynes who Is the milliner atMagan has been very sick for several days Mr Ernest Robertson of Glen deane was here Tuesday Miss Jessie Reynolds wishes to ex tend through this estimable paper her very gracious thanks to those who gave her their Interest and sue port In the recent contest and to as sure them she will always remember this honor accorded her with very great pleasure and appreciation Pratt Out for Governor Frankfort Ky April 7Attorney General Clifton J Platt will leave for Madlsonvfl1e to morrow where alter a consultation with his neighbors and personal friends he will formery announce his candllacyJr the Repub lican gubernatorial nomination Hundreds ollettt u have been re celved by Judge Pratt In the past three days demanding that he take this course and he finally declded to duly announce his candidacy A massmeettng ot Republicans will be held to Indorse him at Madisonville lie Bougbt a Gold Brick Elkton Ky April 7Two strangers swindled Den D Johnson of this city out of 5000 Monday night with the gold brick game The strangers were seen here on that day and were heard several times Inquiring for Mr Johnson They claimed to epresent some Western gold mining company and were out selling what gold they had so that they might buy new machinery They put up such a tale that Mr Johnson thought he was getting a good thing out of It He paid them 5000 for what seemed to be r6ooo worth ofgold Mr Johnson received a letter from them mailed at Paducah Ky saying that the block of material was brass and avlsing him for his sake to keep It all a secret Have You everread any of Sweden borgs Works If not will you send me your address enclosing a stamp or two and I will mall you one of his books FREE State whether you want It la English or In German Adolph Roeder 8o Cleveland Street Orange N J S Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures RheumAtism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INQ When you take flrova jatteieaa Chili Tonlobe caute the formulA Ia plninli prInted on ever bot tie IbOWJDK that It ii iwpiy Iron and QulnlDo In a toetelcee form No lure No lay Gc REPUBLICAN CONVENTION An Enthusiastic Body of Re publicansAssemble at the Court House And Nominate Two of Ohio Coun tys Most Popular Young Men for Offices Pursuant to call the Republicans of Ohio county assembled In delegated convention at the court house here Monday The convention was called l0 odr by Cl C M Darnttt Mr S A Anderson was ekcted ctllllrmn lit Mr J It Thomas Stcrttuy and Mr R R Riley assistant secrtay Mr 1 L SlIldur haviugaunouuc ed his Intention to withdraw from thy race and cast his strenJthr his op ponent Mr n G Biuas for Clr cult Court Clerk and thus relIeving the convention of contests for romi nations a committee on credenttalE was not Bskd for On motion of Mr M S Ragland comlttee on resolutions was appointed a5 follows M S RRglal1d I C AdJlr J H Davis A ii Stanley J M Bishop J M DeWeese and J n Roberts While the committee on resolutions WsS out Messrs D D Rhoads S L Stevens and A S Bennett entertained the convention with old time Re publican speeches The committee on resolttions rc turned the following report which was adopted unanimously We the Republicans of Ohio county In convention assembled In dorse the call for this conventlol1 by the County Committee and pledge our hearty support to Its nominees The Republican party has always been In favor of Internal Improvements and we pledge the party to the support ofa better system of roads and bridges for Ohio county We denounce the reckless and extravagant expenditures of the States IUKds by the Democratic State Gov ernment of Kentucky and the prostl tutlon of the State Government to perpetrate In position a ring of office holders who care nothing for the material welfare of the State We Indorse the wise and courageous administration of President Roosevelt which Is giving the people the most progperOU9 times In the countrys history We desire to commend each of the candidates before this convention for Circuit Court Clerk as worthy and tried Republicans who have through out the campaign conducted them selves In such a manner os to win the approval of aU good Republicans and If agreeable to the parties Interested this convention would request that the nominee of this convention ap point his opponent as official deputy The chairman then called for nond nations for Rpresentative and the name of Dr A D Park was put In nomination by MrErnet WooJward On motion the call of precincts was dispensed with and Dr Park was nominated by acclamation The unanimous hearty and prolonged shouts of ayes that greeted the chair mans ears attested the hIgh regard of the Republicans of Ohio county for their young leader Dr Park was called fr and rr spondcd In a neat little speech that sent his stock as an orator up about one hundred per cent as this was his maiden speech as he humorously saidWhen the chair called for nomina- tlons for Circuit Court Clerk Mr P IdSandelur who had been a candidate for the nomination for that of- ficE came forward and made a graceful wIthdrawal from the race and moved the nomination by acclamation of his opponent Mr E G Dar rass The motion carried unanl- mously amid a storm of enthusiasm that wasineant to honor Sand fur as well as Darrass Mr BanalS was called for and In a few words litted for the occasion thanked the convention for honoring him and declared his de termination ti carry the Republican standard to vIctory at the November election CENTERTOWN Rev Shugart delivered an able sere mon here Sunday Mrs Minnie Ashhy has moved to her farm on Rough rIver and has rent ed her property here to Mr Stewart Mr Porter Hunley and family of Providence neighborhood attended church here Sunday Mr C K Reneer was In Render the weekI visited the family In the country last weekMr W A Rooker and family have moved to Calhoon Miss Bessie Hocker DeaverDam has accepted a posItion as mflll er with Rowe Morton Mrs Isaac Foster Hartford Is vis ItIng her father Mr Torn Drown near here Mr C Ross Is on the slcli list thIs weekMr D Myers of Coffman was In town Saturday Born to tha wife of Jo tame on the 3rd mat t a boy F- RENDER Capt dl D Stanley and Mr Roden Swain of WScx are visiting Mr and Mrs W H Stanley at this writ ingSMisses Vaden Ventresa and Lucy 4ca James were In Beaver Darn last week Mr and Mrs Will Kelley returned t Irons a visit at Caneyvl1le with ida tlves Mr R P Toll has returned from Brazil md and has accepted placel here as engineer for the CC Mr and Mrs W J Sloan left MonIday for Henln Ill where make their future home Mrs W H Stanley and Miss Opal Ilunley visited In Beaver Dam last weektMr George Barnes Jr of i3eaver Dam was In town Sunday Misses Lizzie Ilocker andessle Dowell went to Beaver Dm last Sat tftday I Mr McDowell Pair the clerk here for the C C I Co Is again on luty nlhr several days absence by ttting hIs loot hurt by wl1g01 run Ing over It caused by a runaway Rev G H Lawrence of Small 10US filled his regular appointment In the Baptist church Saturday and unday and five nddtios to the church by letter j Misses Agnes Main and MamlePol lock of Morgantown are visiting Mr and Mrs John Main at thlswu fog o The young ladles of Render vIl- give a box supper this week at school Itluse fr benefit of Sunday School Mr Palos Nabors returned horn a t- hnsiness trip to Bowling Green last wce1r Prof V M Moseley and Mr Simon Stevens went to Beaver Dam last Sat rday ou business Messs Frank Rowe and glee Pierce have gone to Herrin Ill Messrs Joe James James McIntyre Judson Rowe and Friday Dowell are running the rnoters here In the mines Mr Chas Caqat went to Echols lAst Friday to see his uncle Mr BP Cargal who Is very bad sick Mtssrs Clayton Williams James tnd Joe Carlal are visiting relatives In this city from Rockport at this writing Mr S J Tichenor Is In Livermore m business tit this writing Messrs Ellis Hudson jack Kelly Vernon Cooper Chas Robinson Hermon Render and Dan Trumbo have returned from Indiana Mr John F Rocker has returned to his post of duty after two weeks Rb ence In Louisville and Central City Several from here attended the Republican convention at Hartford Mon lay Mr Ed Gwynn who was on the dck list last week Is out again Mr G W Gunterman of Calhoon- aas In town Monday Marriage Licenses James M Godsey Olaton to Jessie Combs Barretta Ferry T J Heady White Run to Rena Reeks Clear Run T C Pirtle Cromwell to MpIlie D Taylor Cromwell Thomas Gambrel Rockport to Lula Elder Rockport SMALLHOUS Rev Robert Dtnks Helson Creek vas here the first of the week Mr and Mrs Dab Bennett and son returned Monday from a visit to RedaMr Robert Hunter and I1onghtcrs Mrs J S Trunneli Mrs J S Drake md Miss Ethel Hunter attended the protracted meeting at Ceralvo Sun day Mr and Mrs J S Hill and Miss Gyacle Reid went to CarrolltQn Tile day Mr Jesse Hilt went to Centertown Wednesday Messrs Seth Hunter and Warne Overhuls went to Haiti rd Monday Messrs harry Bennett Dep Ross Clarence Overbuis and Oxen Hunter who arc attending schrol at hartford visited their homes Saturday and SundayMiss Ethel Hunter is teaching a spring school at Ni 15 Mrs Bud Bullock II very sick ut this writing Mrs CharlIe Bullock Is also quite sick The infant child of Mr arid Mrs Bud Bullock was burrled at the Iiqnnl Ity cemetery Tuesla- yHowsThle We oUer One Hundred DoUsra Reward for any case rl Catarh that can iot be cured by halls Catarrh Cure F J Cueney Co Toledo 0 We the unfiersigned have known F J Cheney for the last J5 yeardI and believe him perfectly h norable- ii aU business trausnetlons and financially able to carry out any obilgaI tlons made by their firm Vest Truax Wholesale Drug Ists Toledo 0- Walding Xirrnan MarvIn Wholesale Daugglsts Toledo O Halls Cstarrh Cure Is taken Inter aliy acting dtrtctly npon the blood tad mucous surfaces of the system testiUloulals sent frce Price 75c per bottle Sod by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the bfllt CJ4BTCEIXA i Dean theIts Kind Yru line Aaays Bough Bgnturo dlct An Old Horse Perhaps the oldest horse In theJcounty Is the property of Mr Jolth Riley of this city The here is- thirtytwo years old and still does light work n aAgedMr TIlnnia4 J Heidy and Ma Rena Reeks were mrrled at the resl lence of Mr Alex Itoster nr Clr- Run Suna Mr Iltady is75y- ears old and Mrl Reeks Is 6 was the fourth marriage of MrHeadf r and tbesecon tfor Mrlt Reeks May hey eijy conjugal bliss for winy years to come is the wish ofrUR RnrunucArr Levi Allei who was shot Bud see ously wounded by Marshal Allord at Horse Branch Saturday a week ago s Improving rapidly and will son be able to be out again Postponed The Y M c A social planned for tomorrow night has been rOJtponerl until next Saturday night April J8 NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY n the llisrict Court of the United Statee for tbt- tWpn 1etrlct of ICentncj Ohorom- rllnll In tbe matter of lllo Meaty Pat 1oct04 Rnnkupt In inkruptey To the creditor 01 Blon Maury Pt tenon of Point Pleasant In the County of Ohioand District afore Iud bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on the 71h day of April A D 19i3 the said Blau Mauy Patterson was duly ad udlcitedabankruptand that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law Qffice oIJ A Dean In Owens bro Ientueky on the 20th day of April A D 193 at 2 p m at which time the said creditors may at end prove their claims appoint a trustee examIne the Bankrupt and such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A D2AN Referee In Bankruptcy April 8 J9n3 INTEi TioNS THAT COUNT OnlyTho rot Into Prncllco Amount to nlorrThe paving ot the road to a very un comfortable irlace Js said to be composed of good Intentions Nowhere else has this material been tried for paving though It Iii IIIentlCUI enough for olmost any purpose We on know people whoso houses burn when they are Just going to insure who lose a coW or a hOnl when they ore Just going to mend time fence or cloSQ thu gate who are Just going to buy stock when It goes up like a rocket who are Just golllg to pay n noto when it goes to protest who ore Just going to help o neIghbor when he dies who are Just sallll to send some nOWfrs to a sick friend when tt llrocs too late lii tact they are Just going to t10 things all their lives but never get thorn started To be always tiltcndlllg to live anew life but never to find time to sot about It says Tillotson Is os It a man should put oil eating and drinking until ire Is starved to death Under every dock in a factory at Cleveland 0 Js the motto Do It now I Such a motto lIed up to by every one would spare the world much trouble It would odd thousands of good deeds to daIly happenings sao runny thins from bankruptcy through bad debts point hundreds ot pictures only dreamed ot write books without number and straighten out half the tangles ot our complicated social llfo The habit ot putting oil disagreeable duties Is responsible for much needless wlhapplnes for these bugbears weigh on the mind ard prevent the satisfied content that comes from duty well performed Most tasks promptly under tltlen prove less difficult than wo anticipated and the Joy ot accomplishment often compensates for onr hardship ex- perleneed Dont get to ho known for unfulfilled good Intentions Good Intentions car tied out become the good deeds that moko men useful loved and famous Doing things retiree than Just plnnnJng them makes nil the dillerenco between success and taUurcSuccess SCIENCE NOTES A body Weighing ono pound on earth would weigh twentysosen and a halt pounds upon tim sun The highest mountain in the moon Is at least 8OOQ teat la heIght that Is 0000 feet higher than Mount Everest Vanadium Js a rare metal which 01- dlzes In air with great dilleulty melts lit 2000 degrees and becomes red hot In hydrogen Ierfectly transparent bodies are only visible by virtuo ot nonuniform flits OIlnntlon and In uniform JIIumlnation they become absolutely invisible A transit ot Venus occurs only tour times In 2S3 years It Is most Imper- mnt to astronomers because Jt gives them nn opportunity ot measuring tho dlstunl9 ot th earth tram the sun The sun and the earth are both prac tlellly spherical in shape and the earths evidently only a small cooled off or frozen suim The sun has a sbo lotglowing metallic clouds the earth has o shell or solid opaque rocks and metals A IInrd lIenrted Jeoplo- Plllni piety finds no place In Tibet an character It Js no uncommon timing for a son to turn his father when too old for work out ot doors and to leave hInt to perish In the cold Tho superstition that tllO souls ot tIm dead can it they will haunt tho living drives their hardened natures to gain by the exercise ot cruelty the promise tim dying that they wlll not return to earth As death approaches tho dying per soil Is asked Will you como back or will you not It ho replica that ho iviil they pull a leather bag over his head and smother him It ho says ho will not ho is allowed to die In peace Edinburgh Review A Very Ancient Soak The African cobra ranges from Egypt to time Capo ot Good Hope That It was known In northern 4tiicn thousands ot years ago Is shown by Its fAmiliar np- carnrtce In EgYltlnn hIeroglyphics Near Capo Colony It Is almost exterm- lnnte and Its destruction Is much promoted by that curIous and valued long ogged hawk known as the secretary bird SIx or seven species ot cobra have distinguished three of which be- ong to the ludimul region Nut Yet lilpo ThO physicians were holding r consul supPosedbout his person I believe said ono ot the surgeons that wo should walt and lot him get stronger before cutting Into him I Before the other prospective operators 1nodWhat do you take mo foro cheesor- Daithnoro American THE CITY OF MKINEZ One of tht nool RcaIdeneee of the Sultan uS Morocco There tll no more interesting city In Morocco than Mekinea Founded ntlll built by Mitlal Ismniim the tyrnnulcai sultan who reigneti through tIm mIddle ot the elrhtlnth century It still ills plays the extraordinary buildings which ho caused to bo erected largely by the Jht ot Cirristidum slaves Today Jt Is impossible oven to guess tIre ltrp08CS for whlei sunny of these masses or mason ry were constructed Walls or great thIckness rome wide enough to drive n- cnrTlngo itlid Ilnlr nlolll nre met with- In tire most uncxlicctctllllnccs runnIng hero parallel hero nt right angles to ono another antI seemIng ns thought built for no purlQSO except for tire cm- plomont ot tlio vast number or forced laborers that Multit Ismnln always kept nt his court Hero and there are gateways ot great beauty such ns tim dell cato tiled gate ot Mansur elAU with its large mnrblo columns anti Corinthian capitals supporting buttress ot gray stone and arabesques but on the wholo It Is rather the vastness of the buIldings than any artistic inIne that Is remarkable The old palaces ot Mulal Ismlitn are In ruins today and each sultan In his turn has erected now residences till the Imperial palace today consIsts ot a collection ot buildings ot every shape and sizr scattered among ganlenll tn closed by high walls A tower which was uncompleted nt the time ot the into sultans death remains today just as the workmen left It with time senifold lag still standing AdjoinIng the pal ace Is n large park In Which are kept o number ot marcs ostriches and ga aches Time city itself ts tolcrably clean and possesses no particular featUres that are not common to nil Moorish towns Time entrance ot the PrinciPal UlOSfUO is strikIng With great brouao doers said to have been brought by the Moors from Spain Tho shops are compare Unly few and tho trade never large London Times OUR FIRST FREE SCHOOL It Warn EtnllSbtd In lninchuetta In the eftr loll Tire first free school establIshed In tim UnIted States was In theprovlnoe- of Massachusetts Bay In the year 1411 by order of the general colonial court In 1647 the same authority declared that free schools should be establIshed within every town hnlnlJ fifty house hoMers under penalty or a fine ot L5 This fine was doubled by a declaration made In 1671 and ugalll t10ublll tn 1US3 Connecticut establIshed free schools In lOB and levied n tnx for their support Maryland established free schools In 194 and levied rt tax on negroes pelts furs and beef and pbrk for their support Governor licekeley declared In IMO the hope that free schools would never be establihed In VirgInIa but the towns ot Charleston and Elizabeth did establish them In that year and Elizabeth set aside ZX acres ot land and eight coW the In crease tram which was applied to sup port time schools lour years latlr time number of cows bntlnercnsC to forty lcnnsylyania was settled by Penn OU the Delaware river In 1081 and the samo year n tree school hleblll still conducted under tim auspices ot the Friends or Quakers Was establIsfid- iii PhIladelphia Among tbodochim tlons of Penn In lila tram ot govern went lie IlSEcrted this Immortal truth bug since forgotten by the men who have been responsiblo for tire govern mcnt or till commonwealth Any gov- crnment Is free to time people under It whatever be the frame where time Inw rules arid time people ore n party to those laws More than thIs Is tyranny oligarchy and contusion This sen tones Is InscrlbOlllnn brouzo tablet liii placed In the walls or Independence I ball Cheap Rates One WaY second class colonist rater cmmmnenclng February zth and con tinning dally until April 3 tb Tick eta will be sold at greatly reduce rates to California Colorado Orego- md Washington points There ratelI will continue In ifTct until lIlt Culitrdo and Call1onla points ut only until April 3UlIQr Mon tans Whlugtou and Oregon poi- ntsConslipation Does your hed ache P Pain back ol your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Aycrs Pills arc liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspopsia 25c AiJrugirfs 1brownIIUCKINGHAM1S DYEhtS-a no ec Dn eNP Hu a co k NH Deadly Grasp of Grip Prostrated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves bond Gave Me an AppoIlto suOerfromdeadlyLaGrippea direct upon the nervel putting an thehivitaiJtyyou wkh a nervola eyetem with Insomniafrequentyou strengtbea the weakened nerves with Dr N It will undo all that grIp has done bring back app and restore the nerves to their normal activity thebenefitdreaded dlieiueLaGrippe I suffered ICY era It and nothing Itrled feemed to benefit zoo In any way shape or form I amydaughter10 me and I can truthfully say from the first day I felt better In weeks It gave mo relief hulll my shattered nerves and Kayo mo n splendid appetite I cannot speak too hlghl it and want to say each and every willfindMIles Nervlne lariat on having it and take HoplnIthllGamma D HALL Jackson Tsan 1MIlSdruggista sell and guarantee first bot bookI c Biliousness Makes ChrOric Invalids When the liver Is torpid ana rns to do I- ty work the bite enters the blood u a vthlent poison Then r eo constipibon bU10uneM etch headache fevers ins malaria The only treatment that ivei the liver lilt the tIIIb touch and lni Nure work In the right tMIDer i- sp AVONS LiVER PILLS ANDTOWIC PELLETS x Tha pm touchte tho Uver sad lbs pellets was she- syscem t 23 dosei for Up cost 2 cents Md un lees case Is bad will Sief4 IFo sale byJ H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky J f Special Attention to 4 Spring Sales I Clothing anti Shoes n spcciuhy ns our stock in this line is very largo nndoUlpriccs nro very tow Also our otherlincsDrcBS Goods and Mntlings- Vo quota you sorno prices on Clothing which you will givocloso nttention Mens Wool Suits nicely mnde nIl sizes 275 Youths Suits lllnck Clay Worsted size 14 to 19 ycars250 Childrens Suits from 5 to 14 years75c Mciis Wool Panth t nice colori4lOO Mons flue Summer Pnnts lSOc this is n worlds beater Mens Shoes 100 lAl dies Shoes 100 fr nks tInts Shirts and many other articles can bo found in n firstclnss dry goods house YQurCcU I Will bo nppreciatcd ttlUl our clerks will give polite nt tozition yOUl8 for trade SAM BACIID 51 Hartford Ky1 I P SFenthers Ginseng Wool and General Produce fit right prices taken in exchnnge forgoodsII jBARNESOur buyers have just returned from the theywe have ever shown Before this ad reaches you WO will have our entire stock open for elseiI and see our magnificent array of everything the market affords in uptodate Mer ithat of every class i EASTER Our line of Easter Millinery is now open and trendy for distribution Evorything new nod styles diflorontand prettier thqn over before If you will favor us vithnlookinthis department wo are suro t to boll anti plcaso you You know wo nrotho lnrg distributorS ofthis line within your reach Of 4 iest you have n much lnrgor variety to select from r + BARNES is tim plnce to buy your IigTS NEWSKIRT J AIid a now Waist are ns necessary ns tho now Hat 4 1 for Easter anlvo are well proparl to meet all your wants in this Jino We handle nn elegant line of railormaclo Sklrta find your eyes novor behold such l I a line of Vni tings Suitings and Sklrtlugs ns we arc it displaying nQd selling If you fitil to see this line 1 you wilI miss the opportunity of lifo Miss Fnnnio Barnes will boo assisted in this department by Josie Plummor Austin who is n practical maker mid who is ready at fill times to give Mrsi tion concerning tlio lutest styles to ztll iliquirers MEN7NDBOys 1 i t i 11Clotlingevozyliingyou wear fire ready for your iuspction Vowill bo glad tp ho favored with an opportunity to show youthroughour elegant stock came rind see It cost you nothing to look Jil1d if we cnn I tHOt plcrtsoyou you dont hnvo to buy r i FXRMERC 1 t We handle n complete lino of Horse and Mule L Collars Hames Trace Chains Bridles Saddles 14 Fork Spade Shovels H9OS and you need to andcarry to comprctiouthissen Ds o ciop Fnrmbrs supplIes of 0 I Remember the Place j E p Barues Bro i 1II 13 t 1 Owens or9KylaIn Street between Triplet and P011er Beat attention given to itock llemdquafler fOfItlObiotounty pepple i JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor u it Jj i V LL I I 4 0 i +++++++ H++ +++++ + i ++ t Prosperity Values j At Poverty Prices 1 I Clmractomo our great big overflowing stock this season Soino houses aro content when they satisfy their customers but we fool satisfied only when wo save thorn money 1 PROSPERITY VALUES IN SHOES I MensI1TT Shoes extension soles 150 Ladies twostrap Kid Slippers good quality 150 Ladies Kid Oxfords Patent Tip 125 PROSPERITY VALUES IN SHIRTS Wo are showing tho most complete line of Mens Per I eat mid Madras Shirte over brought to Ohio county To j look nt thorn you would imagine the price at Ienstl But its not The low poverty price within reach of all I on a big assortment is only SOc t PROSPERITY VALUES IN WASH GOODS Everybody predicted a white goods season and wo are showing tho line Nainsook Checks as low as 5o India Linens 5c 8c lOe and 20c Paris Muslins 72 inches wido 75c White Organdy 36 inches wido 25c White Mercerized Oxfords 20c to SOc Mercerized Morsileen 350 White Mercerized Madras 50c PROSPERITY VALUES IN LADIES WEAR rho latest creation in Bolts 25o to SOc Now Point t do Esprit Tics 1 Latest in Shirt Waist Sots 25c t Pretty line of Bolt Pins 25c Choice solection of Turn overs lOc to SOc Newest fads in Veilings 25c to SOc Latest styles in Combs and Hair Ornaments lOo to 25c Cluny Lace newest Waist Trimmings 15c to SOc j PROSPERITY VALUES IN MILLINERY i A grand success was our Millinery Opening As usual tho Ladies declared our Hats far superior in 4St1O and much lower in prico Wo are showing tho L1 most superb line over brought to Hartlord Dont pass us for tim uptodateline I j4TRADEAT THE BARGAIN CENTER J H e t++++4+ fl+ +++++MI r I Can Sell i Your Real LstateT- hatsI my business I luivo calls every day for good farms I List your property with I I mo Sop mo i r yyu want to t I V lIx1Bll I 4 I A fine farm unnr IVo in- V I thisco1nlyof 70acrcs 15 I acres hill lanil 2 inc bt IitQ11 land j Good houic L goolt barna and a fine or- t chard BARGAINI fi A Andersonj Dealer In Real Estate HARTtORD KY I gUY Fro- mDLDSaiiderfursJJ 1ft Beaver Dam Ky DEALER INrlI J l Grocorioe and IHardwarolHar i j vesting Machines Farming J Commercial1 Implomdnt 1 Fortilizors Field and Gar i k Tdon Seeds Etc to J CONTRACTORji r Ilnritord Ky I r llntlilloz nnd rrpnlrtnff done by ilhyorcon tract Uet hluatllllBWot before lila glyl Jour 01 t guP- M1j I U f j I Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL to City Restaurant Potato Onions at Carson Broa Read Daviesa Co Bk Tr Co ad Trade with the LendersPair Co The new style Slippers are at Pair Coa Hot and cold Innchea at City Res Uurant Presh Uread and Cakes at City Bakery Beat toilet soap In Hartford at Car son Bros City Restaurant for everything alceI and good to eat The prettiest and cheapest Mattings are at Fair Cos Fair Cos stock is the completest in town Some beauties for loc and r5t- Come to Carson Co for Carpets and Matting Have just received 50 btts The celebrated Ames buggy will be handled here thIs season by Taylor Lewis II you want the best Buggy made at living prices buy the Ames from Taylor Lewis Pair Coa Lace Curtains and Window Shades are decidedly the cheapest In town IParr Coa Millinery is 25 pet than others cud 100 per cent more stylish Those 6 Inch Hmbrolderlea at roe are exactly what others ask you 250 They are at Pair Coa Arbln Petty will clean and press your suits in an uptodate Manner Satisfaction guaranteed iPeople buy their Groceries from Carson Bros because they getthe best goods for thejbiiujt Bouey I Try our PJcklea Chip Rel Uhea Olives Horse lka I We want Hams CirVREsToUwt Bacon Lard Chickens Eggs Feathers and Butter I CARSON Co I Taylor LcwIa have just received ft large consignment of the larnons Ames Buggies Come in and see I then IMore Ames buggies are sold in io ouatyeachseason than all oth I Lewis akescomblned Soldbl Taylor JIfyou have a soiled suit or over- coatI take it to Arblne he will make it new agaltJ Officevover Ohio County Bank JiI n Weak ul suffered terribly and was ex ThedoctorstriedAyersagainMrsHadlyme Ct Nomatterhowlongyouhave poorly you may be today Aycrs Sarsaparilla Is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en riching Dont doubt it put your whole trust in it throw away everything else IMs bottle All drugIs1g Ayellanaperlll l andWJ O Ana CO Lowell JU Mr Cleve Ilerf whose illness we re I ported last week is improving Capt SX Cox is having the main front of the Ohio County Bank building repainted WantedTwo or three barrels of firstclass sorghum Will pay highest market price CARSON Co Mr M M Coyle is still dangerous ly 111 at his room at the Commercial Hotel Ills wife has arrived here to nurse his Mr J P Harrison of liable Ky has opened up a gtneral dry goods store in the Austin brick building at Beaver Dam Go to Rileys Meat Shop for Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fresh andI Bulk Meats Lird Hams Sides and ShouldersiMr J D Taul of Magan who was severely injured in a runaway scclI dent near Magan last week is get ting along nicely now The newest waist goods Merceriz ed Oxfords Ktamlnes Damaskjust- a shade cheaper than competitors have them at Fair Cos Prof Otis Likens of Arnold one of Ohio countys most popular teachers has accepted a position as assistant cashier 01 the bank at Caneyvllle Gee whiz howaweltyeu would look in one of our new style hats Better come and buy one quick They are going fast CARSON Co Saturday Monday and Tuesday were big days In Fair Cos Mllll nery Parlor Ladles who want styl Jsh hats know where to find them Oh you should see our line of Shirts If you do not say they are the prettiest in town and the cheap est dont buy CARSON Co Our line of clothing this spring is more complete than ever before The patterns are exquisite and prices are lower than ever Come and fee- CARSON Co Miss Carrie Shown who won the buggy In Turley Cos voting con test had also the gcod fortune to vote for the winner in each of the other contests Mr S A Anderson is having an addition of two rooms built to his house and when completed Mr An derson will have one of the prettiest residences lu town Mrs Annie Severln had her house at Dixon Ky burned a few days ago and lost all household goods Mis Severin is a daughter of Mr W H Mouzy of this place haberdashery Is what you want come here You are sure to get what you want We have all the latest styles and satisfaction Is guaranteed CARSON CoI Mattye Woodward of Beaver Dam was given an order to the county almshouse by Judge Miller Tuesday She is fortyfour years old and has been in the almsbous before She presented a squalid picture which al most beggared description I tell you now those swell hose and half hose Carson Co have will certainly make your feet eel dressed up Prices toe to 500 You had bet ter surprise your feet by treating them to a pair The State manager of the Deering Harvesting Company said here Mon day that Mr Ro B Martin their general salesman for the Hartford terri tory was one of the brat hustlers he had in the State Mr CP Westerfield of near Beater Dam has sold his farm to Mr R E Rite ol Davlesfl county for 2 550 Mr Westerfield will leave with bin family soon for Oklahoma where they go to reside 7 1 James Armstrong pf Taffy waatip In police court Wednesday op a charge drunkenness The case was heard by a jury whloS failed to agree tut Armstrong came in later and plead guilty and was fined one dollarand costs These generously remembered TUB REPUBLICAN whlMn town Monday Messrs Joel Btmore Westerfield J F Park Olaton R F Stevens Mc Henry S L Phillips Etnavlltej H E Drown Rochester B L Maiden Palo Harrison Huykendoll Center town A B Stanley Wysox A Ross Centertown O T Burdett Herbert James Carter Narrows and S M Wilson Roalne f 5 11 0h ABOUT PEOPLE i Mr R J Mason Bnford was in town Monday Mr Scott Kimmel Ceralvo was in town Monday Mr Bruno Prey Narrows was in town Tnciday Mr Melvin Wilson Rosine was in town yesterday Mr B L Maiden Palo was in town Wednesday- Mr J H Thomas went to Louisville this morning Miss Bettle Brown Rockport call ed on us yesterday Mr William Hamilton McHenry was in town Monday Mr W P Render Point Pleasant was in town Monday Mr J TWeddlngSulphur Springs was in town Tuesday Mr Henry Woodburn Rockport was in the city Monday Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Wednesday Mrs J B Rowe Owensboro is visiting relatives here Sheriff C P Keown was in Owens boro the first of the week Mr Arthur Wilson Sulphur Springs was in town Wednesday Mr Ike C Adair Fordsville attended the convention here Monday Messrs James Carter and John DaI ker Narrows were in town Monday Mrs W G Harfwlck and Master Henry Jr are visiting relatives in Owensboro Messrs Buck Dennis and Ulyssus Whalen Prentls were here Monday and Tuesday Miss Lizzie Snderfur has gone toI Terrell Logan county where she will teach a music class Mr Lawrence Norris Owensboro was in town Wednesday looking afI ter insurance business Mr Ney Porter the horse andI mule buyer of Bowling GreenwasI here Monday and Tuesday Attorney C E Smlthof the firm of Barnett Smlthwent to Centertown yesterday on legal business Mr John B Chenault candidate for Democratic nomination for State Auditor was ia town yesterday Mr Henry HardwIck of Memphis spent e few days last week with his brother Mr W G Hardwick Mr and Mrs R W RaglandHorse Branch were guests of the of- of Mr M S Ragland MondayI Master Arthur Petty has gone eat to spend the summer with his uncleI Mr W W Loyd near Barretts Mr D M Hocker who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Oscar Bishop at Corbin Ky returned home Satnday Mr and Mrs H Pi Taylor return ed Sunday from Louisville where they had gone to visit their daughter Miss Sallle who is in college there BIG STREET FAIRI Hartford Business Men Planning Great Entertainment for Ohio County FarmersI Hartford business men are arrang ing for a big street fair here about May 22 and 23 The plans are tooOer nice premi urns lor the various products of the farm in a pUrely farmers contest Everything from a hea and chickens to a harness team will be included Hartford gets its chief business from the farmers of Ohio county and the street fair is being gotten up as a sort of testimonial of appreciation of that trade The fair will be held on the streets and all Ohio county far mers and members ol their families fron the babies up will be allowed a voice in all the contests guessing and otherwise for premiums but cit izens of Hartford and other Incorpo rated towns wilt be barred from con testing Substantial premiums will be offered for the best hen and chickens the best sow and pigs the best mareand cottbe best cow and calf andin actifor everything to be offered from farmEvery farmer in the county should prepare to offer some of the product of his farm for a prem- iumConsofflptIon The only kind of consump tion to is neglected consumption People are learning that consumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsuznptpn does not exist where Scotts sion is v Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checkcd r Stud for free uraple SCOTT BOWNE ChenUti 40941 Feul Street NeW York cc xi4 Ioondn lau lrI I SECOND ANNUAL OPENING Of T J Turley Co Hardware and Implement House aj Grand Success T J Turley Con second annual opening here Monday and Tuesday was the moat successful enterprise of the kind ever witnessed in Hartford atidwas a thorough demonstration of what pluck and printers Ink can ac complish In a business way In the twelve months this company has been in Hartford It has spent more than 300 with the two papers here for advertising and the rich dlv dends the Investment paid it Monday and Tuesday was an object lesson In advertisingThe and guessing contest for valuable przes advertised by this company assisted to stimulate public Interest in the opening and by noon Monday fully two thousand people were on the streets of Hartford The contests for the premiums be catae a feature early in the day and continued with interest and zeal until the final count was made Tuesday afternoonPerhaps the most interesting feature of the contests was the guessing- at the number of peas in a half gallon fruit jar for a premium of a 75 bug gy A great many farmers had taken the trouble to count the number of peas a jar of that size would hold and the number had run all the way from five to eight thousand and between these numbers practically all the guesses were made When the count was made the jar was found to con tain 6244 peas f tlcs Carrie Shown a young lady living about two miles west pf Hartford had guessed the exact number The prize for sec ond nearest guess a 25 disc harrow was won by Mr W It Sowders of Beaver Dam whose guess was 6242 Other close guesses were T W Mil ler Beda 6247 B 11 Moore Hartford 6248 Miss Viola Bennett Beda won the 20 cooking stove given to the most popular farmers daughter The2n cultivator for the most popC ular farmer went to Mr A R Pirtle of HcEHn W H Martin Hartford won theI 30 double set of harness for the best pair of horses The 12 50 corn drill for the best peck of corn went to Mr Ed R Ash Centertown Mr John W Tichenor Matanzas won the 30 set of harness for the best pair of mulesIThe 9 00 Oliver Chilled Plow for the best sample of stemming leaf tobacco went to L B Ward No Creek The rsoo set of harness for the best sample of stemming leaf tobacco raised with Turley Gos fertilizer way won by Mr G J Stewart of Beda After these contests were decided Turley Co presented the samples corn and tobacco to the Y M C A of this city which sold them for the benefit of its treasuryjThe contest furnishing the most amusement to the visitors at the opening was that for the ugliest man for which a prize oi a 10 saddle had been offered Early Monday mornI ing timid voters refused to v this contest lest they offend the party voted forbut as the day wore on numerous candidates were nominated and mOt every man here got some votes but the contest finally resolved itself into a question of Newt Chinn or Jim Tinnel The contest resulted in the election of Chinn but TlnnelI will probably contest the Tinnel was very sore over his defeat and after be bad mounted his saddless horse he rode in bareback expecting- to win the saddle expressed himself as very sore over the result We understand that Chinas father won a prize in a similar contest forty years agoIV Notice to TrusteesIThe census blank have been mailed to the various districts of the coon ty Should the trustees of dis trict fall to receive them by the l5tbj they should notify me J ii DBWBBSI S C Sjp GHASTLY FIND OfDeatfuody of Henry JalIn In Airshaft at Render by Illst F therSaturday Mr T Jain a business man of I Render found the dead body pi his i son Henry John in an abandoned aIrsbafttlht place Saturday Young John left hme the morning of February 4nnd his wbercabauts had been amystery to the family un tit the finding of his body Saturday just twomonths after the day of his disappearance The young man was about twentytwo years old and un married He had always been of n melancholy disposition and for sev eral days prior to his disappearance from had talked to his friends about his troubles and expressed hlm silfas tired of living The shaft in which his body was found was about twenty feet deep andI as it had never been completedabout six feet of water was standing in it when the body was found The holeI was usuallycovered over and the find Ing ofJahns body there can be ac counted oronlyupon the theory of suicide 2 7 Peculiar To ItselfIn what it is and what it docs con taming tho best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole system is true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine Iran restored health and strength at so little cost I wu troubled with scrofula and elUDe near losing my eyesight For four month I could not aee to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Saniaparllla I could eo to walk and when I bad taken eight bottles I could coo as well as over Susnc A Shuts TON Wither N a Hoods Sarsnparllla promises to cure and keeps tho promlso DIED OFGRIEFS Mother Dies of Broken Heart flWhileters Funerala While attending the funeral ol her daughter Mrs Josie Joieph at St Marys Catholic church in Vhitcs ville Sunday Mrs J II S Sdle of Bells Run was overcome with grief hand died within a few minuted While the coffin was being borne into the church Mrs Sadler without- a word of warning to those about her sank down on the steps of the church Friendly hands carried her into the church and medical aid was sent for but she died before the physician ar rivedMrs Sadler was sixtysix years old and was an excellent lady well kuown in the Western part of the totiiitySYttLCiNotesT- ue Hartford Association had two splendid meetings on last Sunday one for the boys and one for the men Two committee meetings were held MpaOay the County Committee and the Local Executive Committee- of the Hartford Association The out t 01or the future of the wtrk is very promising Beaver Dam Association will hold their regular weekly meeting in the Baptist church next Friday night to which all men are invited It is esIpeclally desired that all members beat this meeting as business of imfor tnnce will come up after the regularI meeting The meeting will begin at 8 oclock BEDA Quarterly meeting will be held at Washington Saturday and Sunday Rev K D Bennett will preach at the M B Church Sunday Quite a number of young people from this place attended services at No Creek last Sunday Mr nnd Mrs W C Ashley of rear Hartford spent Sunday with Mrs Ashleys parents Mr and MM S A BennettMiss Cora Bennett is spending thea week with her sister Mrs Edward Ward No Creek Mr Walter Parks Hartford visited friends at this place Sunday evening Messrs John and James Tweedell Horton spent last Thursday night with Mr B M Uennett and family Mr Azro Rowan and son Ney went t Hartford Monday Miss Clara Bennett is at home agal noMrs Bettle Her moved to Owens boro Wednesday 5 Quite a number from here attended the Turley opening MondaytMrs Laura I aura Bennett spent last Thursday with Mrs Ellen Bennett Born to the wile of Mr Thomas Maple on the 3rd a nine pound boy Mrs W C Bennett visited her mother Mrs Nancy Park last week Masters Claude and Oran Maple en tered school Tuesday Born to the wife of Mr Rupert Bennett on the 5th a girl Mr and Mrs L B Tichenor Hartford are visiting Mr and Mrs W C Ainbros do you suppose dIp into that bulk before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in Clean Fresh crd FrcsrsnL Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated 11Theresplace of business My business baa Increased and my wifas voice Is trev er heard to grumble about the Telesphone Yours for good service gentlemanly competition s C p NUWLIN Manr SULPHUR SPRINGS Farmers are busy sowing oats and breaking corn ground Mrs Sallle Foreman and Miss Ver na Boswell of this place were the guests of their annt Mrs Nancy Canon Olaton last week Mr Roy Beatty Brrcklnrldge coun ty visited his uncle Mr Henry Cummins here last week Born to the wife of Mr Henry Huff April i a girl Messrs B G Kirby C P Boswell and George Nabors went to Hartford t MondayMr Cummins and daughter Miss Zell visited relatives in Gray son county Sunday and MondayO Master Douglas Tabor who has been visiting friends and relatives Ini Owensboro for the past two returned home Monday ItMrthe J B Canon property here Mr Wayne Johnston visited friends at Oak Grove Sunday Mr Prank Crawford Dundee wasA guest oi Mr and Mrs Willie Bean Mr C X Bean Snnnydale was the guest of his daughter Mrs Sarah oswell Thursday- Mr H L Thomas of this place nd Mr Joe Henry Barretts Perry were the guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Wilson Monday Mr Henry Thomas happened to a- very painful accident last Wednesday While climbing Into the loft to get ay for his horse he slipped and tell into the hayrack resulting a very I painful wound on his thigh The Famous J L C1 Railroad Groat preparatlois are being made for the en tertnlnment at Neir Orleans at Vetcrants and their Mends od tho occasion ot Annual thaJUnited Confederate Veterans Whlo takes place In New Orleans May lD to 22 IMS and In order that largo numbers may at tend there has been made on the Illinois Con ratltflaatof I Cent a Mile I each direction from nit station south of the hio river to New Orlean Tickets at this rate for this occasion will be on solo May 18 ton nd for trains scheduled to arrive In Ttew Or ea before noon on ray 22 They will be good for return until May 2j and can be extended on payment of SOc to June 16 Particulars ot your- ometicket AJ McDOUdALI Division Passenger Agent New Orleans P W HAKLOW- DtrUIon Passenger Agent LonlsrUle II AOPAChicago DAVIESS COUNTY BANKTRUSTGOI OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital 50OOO UOOOOQullaatDeposits rMdmt subject to check Certs bedonbyraaflCEN7fertmonthciIorLeentorshozterprlode CU or writ CorfnrtherparucnlsiyT Pndaee Ths is 15he Shoea Our Specialties W L DOUGLAS I SHAFSUnionuse 5 4 250 and 225 a These shoes are suitable for all classes of business and professional men Working men can wear them with economy and dress their feet as stylishly as the merchant or banker One pair will wear as long as two pairs of cheaper goods We have just received a fresh line of these shoes made in CALF PATENT CALF VICI KID RUSSIA CALF Etc All sizes and widths and many new styles CARSON CO aaa aaAawwwwwwwwwwwflwfl wow nn FOR FINE SHOESA- nd wo have bought SHOES for everybody Men Women nd Children We have the i I ij W L DOUGLAS SHOE tI For Men Women and Children We also have thoP IWV w 0 Minor and G Edwin Smith kind Now dontfaiitJviait- ur i f SHOE Department We can give you a nice Oxford for 100nnd tadis half SHOE one Southern tie for l0pp a o 360 We shall expect a visit from you i In 7L REMEMBER THE PLACE CARSON CO Hartford Ky NOTICE TO HORSEMEN Iy two Stallions SILVERSAM and JOHN DISPATCH qr9uIldsBoth t SILVER SA1 has a record pf 217 J Ohio county farmers cordially invited to call and oxamiho my stock xIALSO train HORSES for SPEED S O Oj3LlDR3I c- 1Irtrct11sc1 J 1I ett entuOk37A school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branches Wo have special arrangements with a reputable Employ Bureau whereby wo can GUARANTEE POSITIONS o all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand Course Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter at any tinao and receive full in tructi ns Wo continue tho entire year RiH HANKINSPfesIdent E W PATTERSON V Pres 5 I t4I c a i Ir p I F 0f p 11 J L 0 u S L Hartford Republican I FRIDcV APRIL zo- I Ullnole Contral RnllrondTlmo- Tabla 7New1DO2at oO- a1urlII Ilpulid Iith ItOflUt- iNo1flt 57A J r 121 O1l1tL m- Nn1IIIdD4lp m u Iftl tide L4T 1111 i UIIII l131 01110311- 101AI rhrhtJI- I tov81 VtUrIt ADt S- TAGEDY a On Streets of Hen clerson Cabell BeverlY Shot to Death by W E Gatlin Fired Three Bullets Into Ills Vic tims Body as lie Lay Prostrate Then Re loaded Weapon Heuderso Ky April 4At 730 oclock this morning Cabell Beverly a well known young man and a memo berol an old and thiluentlal lamlly was shot and Instantly killed by his former employer W S Gatfln1- oca1 a tobacco buyer The shooting took place on First street and was witnessed by flity people Galtln was standing In Onan9 livery stable when he saw Beverly coming and au eye witness allege that he stepped Into the buggy shed and waited until Beverly passed when he stepped out and said Hello Beverly and drew his Ie v lver Beverly turned to run when Gal Un fired The first bullet stiie Beverly In the left side passing tlrely through his body Beverly fell and Gatlin stood over him aud fired three more bullets Into the pros trate fore When Gatlin had emptied his reo volver he ejected the empty sheUs which fell oa the body of his victim and reloaded the weapon from hla- IfIr et- After reloading GaUin leaned over Beverly to ace If he was dead lhen- litarted coolly away He was met a few feet away by Marshal Ealley who arrested and disarmed him COLDI1LOOLuZ MURDER At the jail Gatlin expreJsed sorrow over thetragcdy but saM he was compelled to do It that Beverly had thretctened his life yesterday Eye wltulllSc Eo the tragedy say It was coldblooded and unprovolced They say Gatlin htl in Lbe buggy abed and waited for Beverly to PQSS I ond then shot him dead The killing Is the result vi troable which began Monday when Beverly was dlscharg ed by Gatlin now TIlE TROUDL ARosn After beIng dbcharged Beverly se cured a shotgun went to GatUnfI warehouse and threatened all the hands making them leave the house For this Beverly was fined 50 In Police Court Tuesday It iJ aUeged Beverly said yesterday on the streets that he would kill Gatlin If he did not pay the fine- Physicians oay either of the four woundli receIved by Beverly would have caused death Beverly was a married man thlrtyslx yearn old and leaves a young wife and child GIiTL1n FROM TINNESSEC W E Gatlin Is a comparative stranger here and came from Paris Teun about Christmas and begat buying tobacco lie Immediately reo tamed the services of Congressman A O Stanley Excitement Is stilt at fever heat over the tragedy and there is constd erable feeling prevalert against Gat Un Beverly was unarmed when shot down The Powers and Howard Trials The Evening Post publishes today another appeal for assistance In sea Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens I1mbltlon beautyvlgci tI and soot disappear wherthc k14 ads are out of order or diseased AKidney trouble hu preyalentthai for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys lithe child urln Jales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or ii when the childI reaches IIn age when It should be able to withbedwettingthe difllcully Is kidney trouble and theliral step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasanl thekidneysmost people suppose Women as well as men are made mlsj crable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same erral remedy l ciSwatnpRootby druggils In iyc- esit and one dciarIsizes You may 0 a 0 sample bottle bi mailI to Ikzwut5wspflcotIngthousands of leslimonl1 Jetters received frorz sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer Co llIchapton N y be sure andImention this Donlrnakcpapertthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Sliampftooland the address Binghamton N Y5oa every bottle I c curing for James Howard and Caleb Powers the legal advice and aid I a developing the fzcts bearing on the assassination of Senator Goebel These men have for three years stood In the peril of their lives Against them Is arrayed the whole power of the State and tooooo ofa special appropriation Guilty or Innocent these men are entitled to a fair tatal and to n full investigation The good name of the State would suflet should these met go to trial without having lawyers of ability and stnudlug and character to see that they were accorded aU their constItutional privileges Previous trials have resulted In verdicts which the higher court has- let aside These trials have exhaust ed not only the resources of these men but aU the funds contributed by the men and women of Kentucky who were unwilling to see any man published on any accusation without having at command aU the resources which elvltlz1t1on demands In every such trial In a few weeks these men wilt be again arranged and unless the public wilt deal liberally and Justly by them they wilt IIgaln go Into a trial for their lives lacking the means to meet the Inevitable and heavy expenses al- wsys entailed upon the accused Let those Kentuckians who stand for justice based on taw who have not heretofore contributed to this fund give now and give with a liberality which wilt make up tor previous neg lect Constipation and biliousness canI not be cured In a ulghta weekI neither can one withstand the debit- tating effects of the ordinary liver pills for weeks but the gentle action of Ramons Treatment of Liver PUts and Tonic Pellets make one feel gradually improved as the treatment pro gressesno bad times but a contlnI ned rapid improvement A months tzeatmentone 25c trial boxwUlI make the chronicsufferer rel ice A snpplyIyou m 41ELOO IN PRIXRSI The Owensboro TWICEAWEEK MESSENGER wilt dlstrlbute4to bo In prices of which roo Is In gold among Its subscribers on and after this date and until May 9 1903 at 4 p xn who estimate the nearest to the correct vote Josh Griffith wilt receive- In Dances county In his race for State Treasurer In the Primary Election May 9 Ten estimates will be allowed with each IOO paid In subscription to THE TWICEAWEEK MESSEN GFR whether nwor renewal and a person may subscribe for as mAny years in advance ss desired or for as many single subscribers of one year each and for each dollar paid will have the prlUege of making ten ee- tlmntes Write us at once for a sample copy of THE TWICEAWEEK MESSEN GUR containing full particulars of thin offer also for blanks to use In making this estimate Address THE MESSENGER Owensboro Ky e S Cheap Rates One way second class colonist rates commencing Pebruary i5th and continuing dally until April 30th Tickets will be sold at greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon and Washington points These rates WillCOutiuUe In effect until March 31 for Coiaia lo and California points but only until April 30th for Mon tuna Washington and Oregon points Keep Xt In Your Home And when the bowels fail to act prop erly take a dose of LYONS LxAr1vn- SYRUPIt acts genUy but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byj ThosAlIen RoslneKy Death Map of the United States The causes of ceatb are to a large extent a matter of geographydeclarcs one of the latest reports ofthe Census Bureau at Washington A map of tha United States has been prepared under the direction of William R Merriam dIrector of thes twelfth census In which the country in divided Into twentyone districtsI These districts have been marked to shov the diseases that are most fatal In different parts of the country For initance the most fatal diseases ju the district In which New York City Is situated are consnmp thor pneumonia Brights disease Apoplexy bronchitis and diphthCria The mos sensational dhtoccuiI In the Pacific coast district legion In the State of Wa lhington This Id the only district In whIch gunshot wounds are reported a8 a prevalent cause of death Heart disease sui elde and apoplexy show there thec largest number of victims and the record Isheld for the greatest num c- Ier of deaths from alcoholism Lungtroubles appear to be most numberous along the Atlantic coast from New York to Virginia and along the Mississppi river from New Or eans to the Ohio river Typhoid fever and malaria come fat down on the list In mountainous dls trlcts but appear at the top In North Carolina South Carolina Georgia AlaBama MississippI Arkansas and Indian Territory Although only three out of every die of old age thze are a few for districts where old age rivals onsnlnpti1and malaria all the cause ortIest Among those favored spots eo = 1 ate Catskill Adirondacks Green Mottntaln parts of Michigan and Wisconsin and the region on either side of the Missouri river Childbirth croup anti whooping cough app ar to be most dangerous In the districts whlchhav the least population and where presumably rued lent aid Is most difficult to obtain Cancer heart disease and apoplexy are more to be expected In mountain one patll of the country than in level districtsIn of the twentyone districts rheumatism reaps a large harvest of death noticeably in the thinly settled ttes whee the luhabltants lire most exposed to sudden changes of the weather Generally apaking It nppcars that the majority oldeatha In the country are caused by climatic conditions while those In the cIties are caused by socllll conditions The farmer on the Dakota prairie for example needs to guard against rheumatism but not against malaria or heart disease The New Yorker may welt dread lung disease but need have little fear of scarlet fever or rheum- atismCASTOR iAPar Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dearstho S1gnaturoof Does tany things wen The dominating figure In the conference of Kentucky coal operators and miners wick reached an agreement last week was Capt I P Bar nard of Louisville Cnpt Barnard Is a man of diverse interests but a waster In alt of them In a quiet unob t- strusive way he has gone n head and made a success of various enterprises o and few If any men have done more toward the development of the States mineral resources Besides being presldentpf the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company he Is also pres Ident of the Bryne Speed Coin pa- fly coal distributors president of the Taylor Mining Company president of a bank at Beaver Dam and prudentt of the Western Coal elation Capt Barnard enjoys to an unusual extent the confidence and admiration of the wageworkers In the varJous enterprises with which he Is con nected and In the various conferences between miners and operators his voice and Influence have always been exerted for a harmonious and lair agreement Though he does notI look It Capt Barnard Is old enough to have been a gallant Confederate soldier and he won his title while a mere boy by gallantry and resource during the Civil War In spite orI his multifarious business interests Capt Barnard finds time for consldI erable activity In the Elks fraternity of which he Is one of the most popu lar membersLouisville Times Jo Blackburns Latest Story promlnent gentleman of Frank fort u candidate for a judgsliip had been overwhelmingly defeated at the polls lie felt a trifle sore over the defeat especially when he learned that many personal friends had voted against him among others a devoted old negro servant who had been In the family service aince antebellum days Occasion ofIerlng he spoke of the matter to the old man expressing his regret that Zeke should have not seen his way clear to voting lor hini Why Zeke he said urm Indeel surprised to think that an old servant of mine to whom I have always shown the greatest hinduesri and for whom I have ever had a real aflcc- tlon ohould have turned against me However Zeke as on evldene that 1 cherish no bad feelings In the matter heres a dollar for you At last you must be congratulated on having the courage of your convictions Old Zeke Smiled feebly In dat case sah you oughter give me 5 I voted agln you live tlmesNew York Times Lyons Laxative Syrup atlsolutcJybafJllless bowels cufes con tipatlonliiljousncss sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for child ren as well as adults For Late by J ThOs Allen RosineJy How the Fish Was Drowned A German acieAtIstshe coulll on Iy have been Germanonce conceir- ed we are told a plan to train n fish to live out of water lte pliced a thriving little carp In a iiiil tank andwith Infinite patlenc atid great exn tri ssremov d from tbetilrikole spoonful ofat every dlYatthe same time 1ncresirig gradua1fy the amoutofogen In the water In time the water barely covered the arp and sun It thrIved The quan tlty of water continued to diminish t- nd by slowly adapting Its method of bresthing to the new conditions I the fish began to breathe air and Indeed became quite terreatial In Its habits before jUte tank was entirely dry The scientist had grown to love the carp lIe ted It from his livingintook it torn the tank and left It I1S free tolotlow Its own devices as was the family cat The little fih also loved Its rnster It followed him 1alongridge carp lIS usual was at C his heels enjoying the pleasant air oI- he countryside and uttering iron time to time a little sound expressive delight and contentment About the middle of the bridge a fat house fly was sunning Itself or he rail The carp spied the fly jumped for It but miscalculating ihi distance went over the rail into the waterand was drownedThe Grea t Rural World Coy Beckhani has fixed May 15 as date lor the execution of John mack colored of Lonlsvilleand Wm- McCatty of Lexington A motion for a rehearing has been filed In Blacks case The Lazy Mans Hat Raises Itself The newest invention is a tmtt whleb salutes ladles automaticaly By means ot a clockwork the poor mat who Is too fatigued to raise his hat to lady friend Is able to escape an ins pntatlon of impoliteness He has simply to IncUne his head and tbe hat raises itself gracefully On his beadresuinng tho perpncltoilar tIm fJUjOfAmeicai Tovtor Asking a Good De 1 HeMy dear I wish yOu would get yourself ready for dinner heir ttim company nrrlc3- SbeMy gracious Arc they Cl- oibalPrlnccton Tiger C4srxwOBXDeal tlolieKInd You liars Asaym BOLf- 4Slgnatue +of Older Still Major Pond the lecture manager a2 negotiating with John lCent1rlck Bangs for tho latters talk on The olutfon of the llumorlst Tim Evf made sotno Inquiries III to tho the lecture and flang replied that It began with Adorn and Evoond carat down to the JlrlSCnt day Cant you givo em something oilier than tbatT tho mnnascr asked joking 17 Tho funny man reflected for a moment and then said I might work In come ot your jokes It you think the 01- 1cUenca wilt taud it- Opjrobdoua Mrs NurttchMra nctkrdazo told mo also was going to scud her boy to ycuforajobMr she sent Itim and I turned him down proper Youll ought er seen the high handed letter she sent with him said she sent him to rue because ho must huvo work ot some kind even it ho htd to work for a mere pittance The nervo ot her calhiu mo names like tluttlPl1lndCJlphl4 Press Not Tme to aturs now did you like that play ot rural UforMlts a fraud answerefMz Trultru raL Tatnt true to natureI under utnnd all them turin folks ontho stage nightJIt IPIIh Story Ebere are as good nah in the sea OB were over taken out ot U rcmarltcd Small to Young who bad been refused by Monoybngs daughter Yes I know but they are not gold sbTNow York Titans up In the WortlL Are they progressivo people lSThIl a few years ogo ttiny were ct- oc1lcs antI now they CIIIl sifub wbom icy pIenentit Lreo Iresa J b tzste ant appetf- ltSHOFThANb ===c aCCOClPIIblDent1for oclycrs BusIness College EyansvWckd rr IIf 1 I CASTOR A r For Infanta nnd ChiMrcnI iphh1J Vci fla tt Always 8ughl Bears thef- tSignathro n- U Sf For Over Thirty Yo- arsATIA nee ClNTAUIt OOPANT MCW VoN en1 i J Worlds Fair Route I BOaSWLow rate excursions Season 19 3 Oneway Colonists Tlclrets to polaU lilt Catlfornlll Arizona TexuOregon- e Washington Montana Idaho and Utah Tickets on sale every day to April 30 I93 One fare rouu1 trip to St Loull- lNatookl arid International Good Roads Convention April 27th to May 2nd Tickets will bsoltl AprIl a6th end 27th Good returning to May 4 Dedication Ceremonies Loulsana Purchase Exposition Worlds Fair April 31th to May and Tickets win be sold April 29th to May tat Good riturclng to May 4th Thirty first Saengerfest of North American Sliengergund June 17th to- tI Tlclcets will be sld June 16thI rid lith Good returning tojune 22 San Francisco Cal National Asso elation Master Plumbers May l9th- 22nd Very low rates TIckets one ial May i tailarid lJty sth to- I aztA zetnni it1tTuiy ztlt Los Angeles Cal General Assembly Presbyterian Chuch May 21St to Jane and Very low rates Tickets Ott sale May 2 and 3 aod May miLk too roth FInal return limIt July 15th- E03ton Mass National Udnca- tlonal Association July 6th to roth One fare pins f2 oo round trip Tickets will be sold July a to 5 Good lc turning to July u Denver Col International Convention United Society Christian En deavor July thI3th Rates and dates of sale will be announced later Batiinore Md B P O E An nual Convention July 2903 Rates and dates i1ll be announced later For further Darticulara consult any agentB O SW ot address O P McCARTY General Passenger Agt BROWN1Dist RAILROADING No better opportunities offered young men than In Railroading We place you lu touch with nll departments Write for particulars stating what branch of the service you desire tu enter Managed by practical rail road men Address Central Railway Bureau Box 436 Muncie lad 1S Constipation And all symptoms and Results ot Indigestion Absolutetr restored by the uu 01IOR OARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded II 70U are not pleased c with rsultt has cured thouunds- wbyootyuu merdantotldorTanhtebt t1IDDrD and wprcvatied2- pon artsttdta Gennaii Llyer goodlfegaItaLbgietrIaI at ODce Tronble with plies Mr hack I ettWII IUTPrIUS to Sod ttmuIicutd ol th- umcecdreadedct mtIments It Ii now- weUmananddoesnotua ujmedldne It 1ItJrefuDdTHU AMERICAN PHARMACAL COIUysaavIllc lad 5 t LiP1N COlTS mONTHLY MAGAZINE c Po FAMtLY LIBRAFtY- Ttr9 tC rest in Current UternturQ 12 COMPLultNoVIUJ YtARL- YMANYSHORTSTOAIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 25OpsnyCaA 2SCTS A cony NO CONTINueD STORIES avcnxusrcR cOlilLUE lit nUL of I e ee r ToCur Ii Cold in One Day I iISeveaEMGINESP SAW 1iLLS Ptmlles notin Shafting Ilungors BuLibit retu1s oils VL3t1ttCiCiI Ul1tiol1 Hose Oil Cups Lu hticittoiTitlt Pipo and Fitting4- All kinds of Iron and Bias Castings All 4Jork Done on Short Notices SelfOiling Car Wheels for iIIs and Mines aWrto for Catalogue Lees Machine Works OWENSHORO KENTUCRY Homo P110110 No 449 Cuniborlanci No 2i33 COLLINS S ATGN- LrJ ciw SHandles thu BEST und PUREST Whiskies Wiiics nnd- Brnndios ill town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old Intornntionnl specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO AU Kinds of Job Work NEAlLY DONE AT TillS OFFICE QzViVw1coal lft lTItAN PLAR oREs I- NXSLhitG BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets moss grown discolored requires constantezpense and carl and eventually crumbles beck to Mother Earth BesIdes It la very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting It cannot crumb with the action of frost I Mosograsith Is an impossibility It Is more artistic I than any stone Then why not Investigate It has been adooted for nearly one hunrrd nubile monuments nn1Indhave hundreds of beautifuldesigusafall grades of ssorkand want to have you let them If yon arc Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt 011 postal card will be pleased to call with UllgDD arid sample of White Bronze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dim Ey Agent for the Monumental Bronz Co1 of Bridgeport Cons if Tou W nt I To keep posted and othcr- wellinformed i subscribe fo- rTh I Republican I And get an the news nil the time I CHOCTAW OKLAHOr A GULF R1- Comblnu R I the Advantage of I Eastern ServiceWith the Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY SDIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian I and Oklahoma Territories Texas Cal orado New MexcO ArizOna OldIMexico and the Pacific Coast WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING OARS ju PULLMAM TOURIST SLEEPING OARS FREE RECLINING CHAIR OARS rO D IACOR Old Pies JIt OED N lEE O P A T A I Ckci lll Cio UtVs Risk JrtSNH Can for a Senatorial Convention Ma meeting or the Republican Executive Committee of the 71h Senatorial District held at Beaver Darn ICy December 20 1912 It WRS ordered thta convention be held In achof the voting precincts In said listrict an Saturday July it l93 a z p nl for tile purpose of electini- IClegates to attend a county conven ion to beheld At the coubty scato lIch county Inr1d distrIct oDMon lay July f3 193 at1p w whlb ounty cppyenriotaa shall eleCt dele atesto aand a district cOnvebtimi I atutdayruly j rcandidute JC1f Srtc Siualor In said UsUlct The reptesCntat1orm In the aunty convenfion shall pe bile dele tate for each 25 orfiactioti over is otes cast for McKinley for PresIdent rtprueufaIonIs Ollt VIl tot each m Ocr fraction 1reldentevJug atziajotity Cf11I the votes astin said ditticr convention shall l It declared tha rionminee of the Repub icea party brUte ciRce cl State ieutoy In tald districtIM S RAGLANS SeewTO CURE ACOLD IN ONE DAYu IIrtllOl1JIgnature 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