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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt tartf rb tpubtiCctlt r Fine Job Work a Specialty I VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 1904 No 29 IBOYS IN TROUBLE Albert and Clarence Long Ar raigned for Forgery Two more have been added to the IIlist of Jailer Blacks boarders They Albert and Clarence Long whose lather with whom they Have former ly lived resides nrnr Jingo I Albert the elder of the two in about seventeen years old while Clarence is only nh ut fourteen They ore charged with forger nod acknowl q edge to the chiitgc find say thut they signed Henry Travis name to an or der to Carson Co lor 375 worth I of goods Forgery is a itlony and the punish ment is confinement in the penitcn 4 tmy front two to ten Scar end as they have already acknowledged their guilt it is certain that they will get a term in prison unless the court is induced to send them to the house of reform The amount of goods they fraudu lently obtained is a very small matter to be sent to the penitentiary f r but the severity of the punishment fixed for forgery is occasioned by the great moral turpitude of the offense LUMM IS GONE Alleged Assailant of Two Child ren Is Probably In Mis souri Owenstyoro Ky Feb 2Alfred Lumm for whom warrants were sworn out Saturday charging him with criminally assaulting Nina and Ruth Shauntce the little daughters of J B Shauntee of near Powers Is f probably in Missouri with no know edge that he is wnnted lor the crime k Limn come from that State two years ago and bought a farm from Judge Tar lor Sevtril weeks ago he sold the place and announced his in tention ol going hAck to Missouri It lit alleged that on Monday of last week Lumm who is seventy years old assaulted Ruth Shnuntee who is only five years old and on the day following committed the same crime on Nina who is seven The affair happened at the home of Mrs Fake a relative of the Shauntees Mr Shauntee learned of the matter on Thursday and charged lumm with it The latter denied it as vigorously us possible Shauntee threatened to have nim arrested but did not swear out the warrant until Saturday Luratu left Powers on the early train Saturday morning telling several of his friends goodby Opinion is very much divided over the matter Many people believe that there is nothing in the charge and in this opinion the local police coincide to some extent Lnmm is quite well to do and has always borne a good name Died in Saint Louis atMr UljrBsus Shown mention of whose illness appeared in ourcol umns last week died at his home in St Lous Wednesday evening Mr Hosea Shown his brother left early yesterday morning for St Louis to bring the remains back here for bur 1sal and will probably arrive sometime today Definite arrangements have not been made but it is probable that in terment will take place at Beds Saturday pipingII A fields to Louisville has developed in the Louisville Gas Company Stock holders demand an investigation in dependent of the management to as certain the probable profit and the exp udlture that the enterprise will mean u In view of the fact that the Senate is expected soon to ratify the Panama canal treaty Secretary Shaw is plan ning to call on the national bank de t positories for public funds in order to meet nil demands in the purchase ol the rights ot the French company f without any financial embarrassment 1 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONOESSIONaLDISTtIICTeSubscription POWERS FRIEND J H Moore a BoyhoOd Compan ion Remains True to the Persecuted Political Prisoner The Ftory of the attachment be tween J H Mocre of Barbourville Ky and Caleb Powers the ex Secretary ol Slate now under sentence of death in the jail at Louisville Is as thrilling as that of Damon and Pyth ian Mr Moore hat ben the lifelong friend of the condemned man They were boys together at Barbour yule and atcnded the same school When Powers became candidate for office Mr Moore was one of his most loyal supporters After the killing of Senator Wm Gothel and the ftrteat ol Powers and his subsequent trials and convictions and final sentence of death Mr Moore has been his unwavering friend He had just entered upon a collegiate course which be gave up to aid his unfortunate friend Helms worked for him In and out of season devising and planning meana to carry his case to the Supreme Court of the land Of his own funds he has contributed the whole to the defense of his boyhood friend and yet he wavers not in loyalty to the stricken man He has enlisted the sympathy of exGov Atkins of West Vljglnia exGov Bradley of Ken tucky and other men of prominence in the case of Powers He called upon Mayor Fleischman Thursday bearing letters trout Irlends to that of ficnland was well received Ills appeals are not heard in vain as a rule and he is awakening a new inter est in the famous case Cincinnati Time s Star REDWINE WANTS REWARD Seeks to Have Judicial District Created of Breathitt Perry and Knott Counties i Frankfort Ky Feb IJudge D B Redwine of Breathitt county and ol Music Hall convention fame is seeking his reward for having with drawn from the race for Circuit Judge in compliance with the wishes of Gov Beckham and now seeks an appointment as Circuit Judge to preside over a district which he wants created by the General Assembly and com posed of the counties of Breathitt Perry aid Knott He is here backed by the influence of Judge James Har gls and assisted by a busy delegation of Breathitt county politicians Judge Redwine It is authoritatively stated expects the administration to hold to the promises of last sum mer and does not want to wait till the end of Judge Reddells term to try the uncertainties of a judicial dis trict where he might lose even with the Hargis influences behind him He has selected three counties which will compose a Democratic district if a bill creating it Is passed and believes that If he is appointed by Gov Beckham he can win the next racePoliticians are divided as to whether Gov Beckham would appoint Judge Redwine if the bill shonld pass but from the energy with which the Breathitt delegation is working and from the cordiality with which Judge Hargis and Judge Redwine have been received by the administration officers and other prominent Democrats it is argued that they have been assured that the plum will fall to Redwine If the bill is passsd Japan has the cheapest postal service in the world Letters are carried all over the Empire lor 2 yen about seven tenths ol n penny This is remarkable on account of the difficulties of transportation The country is ir regular and mountainous having lets than 100 miles of railway Wagons can be used on a few of the chief roads only while steamers ply be tween a small number of court stations L i w GROUNDHOG DM Beholds Shadow and Returns to Burrow According to Ancient Myth Six Weeks More of Winter Are Assured With the advent r Candlemas day the groundhag comes in for a goodby share of notoriety Tuesday February 2 was Candlemas day and conse quently groundhog dayand if the an cient belief that should he behod his shadow there will be six weeks more ol bad weather people in this necko thewoods are certainly in for it ruesday was bright and fair and so according to this myth when the groundhog issued forth at noon and bheld the clear skies the sagacious little animal hurried back to bis bur row knowing that there would yet be a long season of disagreeable weather Whether or not he knows exactly when the 2d of February arrives and issues forth from his underground home to become weather prophet and prognosticate the atmospherlc conditions for the next six weeks is a mat ter pretty much ol popular conjecture and scientifically considered is noth ing more than n mere myth handed down like numerous others from ancient times Many people firmly believe in it however and darkles especially pin their faith to the old superstition Owing to the little animals habits it is no easy thing to prove either the truthor falacy of it Taken Back to Morgantown Bowling Green Ky Feb 2 Verona Fleener accused of murdering his wile in Butler county a Jew months ago who had since been in jail here lor sale keeping was taken to Morgantown for trial Court be gins there today and the Fleener cass is the most Interesting on the docket Ths excitement following the murder has died out to some extent and there is no more fear ot a mob GEYSER DISCOVERED Immense Volume of Water Rush es Out of Side of Mountain For One Hour Each Day Ashland Feb 2A twentyfour hour geyser as punctual as a time clock has ben discovered in Martin county ten miles southeast of Inez on lands belonging to Dave Debug on which the Triple State Gas and Oil Company has bored a number of wells A flowing spring has been found In the side of a large mountain which is causing considerable speculation and InterestThe stream comes Irom it with a marked regularity except at 12 oclock each day at which time the water gushes from it with considrable force covering all the low lands near it with several inches ot water This flow continues for about one hour each day with the punctuality of a time clock or the ebb and flows oi the tide Then it subsides and the stream Is even and regular for twentyfour hours The mountain frond which this stream comes has an Immense vein of coal Mr Borden who runs a sawmill within a short distance has watched it with much curiosity on numerous occasions at the noon hour The water is s rongly marked with Sulphur but that is all that can be told of it untill an analysis is made AI Mr John W Butts one of the wealthiest farmers in Carroll county Is dead A Five children of Peter Christiansen were burned to death in a fire which destreyod their home at Council Bluff Iowa + pLf a UNFAITHFUL WIFE Caused an Outraged Husband to Take the Life of Prominent Attorney Hotel Man Says he Saw Her Leave Victims Room Louisville Ky Feb 2Wm E Neal Jr who shpt and killed James K Shrader form r Assistant Com monwealths Attorney at the Capitol Hotel 325 East Market Street at I r45 qclock last night was present el before Judge McCann in the Police Court this morning and was held without bail until Thursday when it is expected tbat he will be given an cxaminingirlar Nttl whose home is in Lawrence burg Ky was married in this city December 11 to Mrs Nell R Wood ot Hopkinsville and was living at the Capitol Hotel when last Friday she was asked by the proprietor to vacate the rooms as it was alleged that Mrs Neal had improper relations with Mr Shrader who also lived in the hotel Mrs Neal at first refused but upon the threat to call the police she left going to the Louisville Hotel where she registered as Mrs Nellie R WoodMr Neal made several inquiries about Shradtr but made no threats Shrader did not return to the hotel until last night and he had not ben inside the door more than ten minutes bjforeN a walked into the barroom and fired three shots at him He was removed to the city Hospital where he soon died Neels reason for killing Shrader may b gathered Irom the statement made by the Hotel Proprieter which U as Iqllows Lan Bridwfrll proprietor ol the Capital Hotel said It is my private opinion that Neal was justified in phootiug Shradtr I watched the actions of Mr weal and Shtnder and I know that I was not m taken The woman went abiut the house in a bath robe and smoked ciguretts in the parlor Her intimacy with Shrader first attracted the atten tion ot the guests and then it was called to my attention A lady who lives here told me that she had seen the woman come out of Shraders room last Thursday night and that she had been in the room fully an floor before she left- hi Wad not satisfied with hearsay and would not have taken any action on such a report but I decided to in vestigate Friday night I saw Shra der come into the lobby and then in a few minutes I saw Neal go out to the hotel I bade every one goodnight and went to my room but instead of ratirlng I took off my shoes and went to a place in the hall where I was concealed but from which I could see the door of Shraders room I was not more than twelve feet from the door I saw the woman go into the room She wore a bath robe and did not wear it in a way that would be come a lady I could hear some cne within the room kissing She stayed in the room twenty minutes When bhe came out she caught a glimpse of me and went back sending him to see if any one was in the hall I hid in a closet and watched him and then saw her go to her room I know that I was not mistaken in what I saw The woman had not returned to her room more than five minutes before her husband came in I did not want to cause any trouble that night so I said nothing that night but the next day I told Neal that I would have to have the room He asked me why and I told him I did not tell him who theman was but he immediately suspected Shrader and told me that he didx He had no idea ol going to the Louisville with his wife because he told me last night that he wanted to stay at my house il I had no objec tlons and I told him that I did not The actions of the woman all the 1 a YearI A PASTOR WHO WAS BEFRIENDEDBY SAVED BY PERUNA Roy H Stubonvoll of Elkhora WIsf Is pastor of tho Evangelical Lutheran St Johns Church of that place Rev Btnbonvoll Is the possessor of two bible presented to him by Emperor William of Germany Upon tho fly loaf of ono of tho bibles tho Emperor has written In his own handwriting a text This honored pastor In a recent letter to Tho Parana Medicine Co of Comm bas Ohio says concerning their famous catarrh remedy Pcruna The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time and all despaired of me I took Peruna and was cured It gave me strength and courage and made healthy pure blood It Increased my weight gave me a healthy color and I feel well It Is the best medicine In the world If everyone kept Peruna in the house it would save many from death every year H STUBENVOLL J Thousands of peoplnhavo catarrh who Would bo surprised to know It because It has been called some other namo than catarrh Tim fact is catarrh Is catarrh wherever located and another fact which Is of equally great importance is that Pcruna curca catarrh wherever located time she was htre were such av to cans comment on the pFrt of the oth er women in the house As far hs I know Neal never made a threat Shialer hud rot been here since Sunday until he came in last night A short time before he arrived i Neal asked me where his office was but made no remarks IIIShooting at Hawesville Hawcsville Ky Feb 2Earl Slaughter and Alfred Lander brth colored had a quarrel Sunday after noou and Lander put a htri on I Slaughter with a beer bottle Slaugh ter went home and got his gun and coming back put a 38callber bullet through his abdomen and two others through hs hip Five shots were fired in all Lander will probably die Slaughter his brother Rudd and Cecil Newman were rrsted and all are In jail School Term Will be Increased I The bill introduced In the Senate by Senator A S Bennett extending the common school term from five six months has ben plIed by tha body and handed down to the House for its approval II the bill becomes a law which now seems probable i will be quite a boon to the thousands ot Kentucky children and will also j meet the approval of the teacher i the public schools I i For Sale Two tracts oi land near Suuny dale The first tract contains 50Iacres second tract contains 24 acres of high Rough river bottoms About four fitths of each tract in high star cultivation For further Information call on or address O F COOTS Sunny ae Ky John D Rockefelllhas re igned as n director ot the United States Steel Corporation He assigns as a reaso that it is not convenient for him t attend the meetings of the directory r co LY If you do not derivoprompt and satis factory results from tho use of Poruna nrlto at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho will be pleased to siva you his valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus w IN A SHIRT BOX Too Poor to Hire UndertakerJos Johnson Takes Remains of Daughters Child Home for Burial poorIto hire a city undertaker yet determined that the remains of his daugh ters Infant should escape the potters field Joseph S Johnson Erianger Ky yesterday called at the City Hos awayIarms- i The child was born to Mrs Aman da Smith 1412 Central avenue and had just reached is first year when it fell ill and died Mr Johnson told a pitiful story and the rules governing the handling ot dead bodies were broken in his case Securing a large shirt box he plac ed the little body inside and then taking the precious burden under his hurryting ave nue on his way tr the depct without errandtIAt a tiny and tile dead babe will find a gravenyardThe niHii who will trade on the rep utation of another and offer you a substitute for some well known brand of food or medicine is no better than the swindler who offers you a gold ownearticle is about as cheap fS the brick r THE REPUBLICAX and Twice jaWeek Owensboro Inquirer lone year told 100 votes in our f i contest for a free trip to tho o15t Louis Worlds Fair next summor all for ONLY 175 t a s l y I EUSIRTHMKSOH KilLING IN 1OO1 So far as advised the shooting of a Col Ephraim Elmer Ellsworth by James T Jackson and the instantan eous bayoneting of Jackson by Sergt Francis E Brownell was the first bloodshedwas Inaugural of the great war between the States It occurred on the morning of May 24 1861 at the Marshall House King street Alexandria Va of which Jackson was the proprietor- At the time of which I write the Filth Auditors office of Washington was wellnigh decimated by resignations I alone remaining of those fa miliar with official routine In con sequence I became Auditor pro tern nt the request of Secretary Chase holding the bureau together till an acceptable successor could be chosen and Installed I finally resigned took my little family within the Con federate lines In Virginia and was re turning to Washington to finally ar range some aflairs As has been my custom I stopped at the Marshall House Within the week or ten days last past the situa tion at and about Washington had changed somewhat While still some thing panicky and unstable some thing like order had been restored and a crude system of operations in augurated The transport Harriet Lane with troops had passed Alex andria and arrived at the capital de spite the threats of the Confederates to sink her Massachusetts and New York troops had rushed into the city and Alexandria was occupied by 5000 or 6000 Federal soldiers The grand skedaddle of a week before was a free for all and devil take the hind most I was now confronted by Federal bayonets and a demand for the countersign at ever turn In wandering over the venerated town I had encountered squards of sqldiers in blue making merry over captured Confederate flags and was at the desk of Marshall House telling Jackson of this and with others suggesting as a prudential measure In the existing fevered state of things that he remove the offensive emblem floating from his hotel Jackson was a remarkably mild mannered selfcontained manone- of the last to be suspected of an act of desperation But there was some thing forceful in his reply to friendly admonitions in this Ill take it down when I get ready If any man attemps to haul it down without my consent Ill kill him on the spot Just at this juncture three or four Federal soldiers singing patriotic songs entered from King street their arms fullof captured flags Without a word to anyone or seeming thought ef trouble they filed through the lower hall passed the office and i made their way to the flfth floor above their object being plain to all Jacksou was leaning against the counter with an expression of coun tenance simply impossible to describe In words It was a striking picture just hereintensly dramatic with an uncanny forefend of the tragedy soon to be enacted For a moment Jackson dropped his head upon his breasthe was suffering from a crick in his neckand had tied a white handkerchief about his head per force to one sidethen walked a few paces behind the counter picked up a doublebarrel shot gun advanced to the entrance of the hall from the office and stood in calm waiting To me there was some thing ominous in all this and I crossed the hall taking my stand just within the parlor door heartily wish ing myself in the street but I could not get there for the crowd At the same moment the soldiers upon their return from the roof came In sight the leader being Col Ells worth of the New York Fire Zouaves whom I recognized by his peculiar uniform as seen at his drills in Washington He was followed by three or four more all singing and making merry- Ellsworth had reached the second- or third step from the first floor In the stairway when Jackson bounded like a tiger into the hall discharged both barrels of his gun into the breast of Ellsworth who fell dead without a groan Quick as a flash the soldier next in line later proving to be Sergt Brownell sprang to the front and thrusting his bayonet through the breast of Jackson bore him down and literally pinioned him to the floor Attracted by the now general ftgr 3y uproar Mrs Jackson wife of the un fortunate proprietor with babe in her arms came from the adjoining parlor and seeing her husband writhing in his death agony uttered one piercing shriek and fell as one dead Scenes like unto this became as an olttold tale in the later days of the fearful strife but on the thres hold It tried mens souls be assured And then the criminal folloy ol it alt Not one issue determined nor so much as thought of in the bloody drama curtaining myriad hearth stones with woe and draping the starry emblem with sable even in the palmy hour of vlctoryA G R In Mayfield Ky Lea- derCASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought n I I Old Bachelors and Old Maids At what age does a man become an old bachelor At what age does a woman have to admit herself a hope less old maid Interesting questions Indeed The women are usually lib eral In their judgment of bachelors As long as there Is life there is hope seems to be the motto of the fair ones in considering the case of even the most obstinate of the male sex in the matter ol marriage The snows of fifty sixty or even seventy years may silver a bachelors head but women do not on that account lose hope that he may yet see the error of his way and marry His male familiars may look on him as doomed to irre deemable celibacy after the bachelor has passed fortyfive but in womens eyes there is really no age limit de barring man from matrimony The judicious man Is wise to leave the matter of his marriageableness if not his marriage to kind womanhood The world in general is becoming liberal In Its estimate of the fitting matrimonial age for women The average marriageable age for the gen tle sex is moving upward In the Eighteenth and for the great er part of the Nineteenth century a girl was considered a grown woman at fifteen She had at seventeen at tained her prime If not married by her twentieth year the cold shades of old maidenhood seemed to be her hapless lot Now few girls make their debut before twenty Twentyone is in some large cities looked on as young for a debutante She rarely marries under twentytwo and ir s of twentyeight and thirty are received in the gayest circles of nvowd can didates for honors matrimonial The American girl of the day reaches her prime physically mentally and so cially between twenty five and thirty The average bride in English fashionable weddings is now a trifle over twenty five A woman under that age cannot then be called an old maid The time may not be far dis tant when the marriageable limit for women will be pushed back to thirty five The hesitancy of young men to assume matrimonial responsibilities till assured of a fortune by business success causes the line of old bachel orhood likewise to recede No un married man can at thirty be called an old bachelor At forty he is still a gay young sport At fifty he is still In the ring but must it he wishes his fellows to refrain from pronounc ing on him the irrevocable sentence of old bachelor take unto himself a wife before sixty The truth is that the world is not only getting better but happitr and If not growing younger is certainly growing more liberal espcrhlly to the better part of human cr arnn in comparable and inestimable roan hood Louisville Herald The New York Herald h tor viewed err Democrats in s on Mr Bryans position in t o the Democratic policy On t and sixtytwo declared against him fortytwo were noncommittal and on ly seven werefor him Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings i New Discovery For Price CONHUMPTION soe 8 aLOo A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottles free I la e s a AMERICAN ANGLO NATION What the History of the Brit ish Empire Might Have Been Will the Eastern Countries Join The United States in the Near Future Could Benjamin Franklin have had his way when the Revolution began both Ireland and Canada would have joined the thirteenth colonies In their revolutit n against England Had they done so the history of the British Em pire during the nineteenth century might have been far different from what It is From Ireland In a large degree came the soldiers and sailors the generals and admirals that bore the Brittish banner of victorious con quest in nearly every part of the world From here also poured out In great proportion the vast river ol emigration that has helped to develop Canada and built up a splendid com monwerlth in the Antipodes Under the farseeing policy of Franklin all this stupendous material aid to Fngland would have ben Im possible As an American State Ire land would have been a potent curb on British military aggression and a powerful rival of England as a man ufacturing centre Her population would have grown enormously and there would have been but one outlet for it namely that to her sisters not her kin across the seas What an enormous difference ale this would have made In the marvelous story of English progress in the growth of her wealth and resources must br left to the imagination With respect to it only one things certain that deprived of it her place in the world would not be what It is today May not the idea of Franklin on a large scale be yet realizsd To be more specific is it beyond the range of international possibility that Ire land England Scotland and Wales should enter our system and become components parts of the Union I know the question is academic but who ran say that it may not come within the domain of practical statesmanship at a not very remote pe riod Some one if I am not mistaken predicted that King Edward would close the roll of the English monarchs so rapidly is the s ntement in favor i of the establishment of a republic paining ground True the news papers gives no evidence ot so much a condition but that is no very strong reason that it is nonexistent The trades unions are Slid to be sat urated with it and the fact is notori ous that the sister isle as she is called would welcome the abolition of the throne Her influence is of course slight but still taken in con nection with the feeling of the Eng lish working classes it has its weightBut the niil owetlal of wU + gen cles working in this direction is the Industrial development the allcon quering material march of the Un ited States toward the cenquest of the markets of the wolrld When that is attained what Chamberlain Ism even if it is successful will do not much toward averting that impending ca lamity to Englands whole industrial fabric Again it is not true that the British colonies or dependencies are held to the empire by lines which would not bear a very strong tension Is it not true that in Canada the spirit of nationhood has been born that a- very large proportion of her most thoughtful citizens begin to look for ward to the time when she shall as sume the position of the second great power in the Western Hemisphere What about Australia Is not she too beginning to bo restive under her colonial bondage slight though it be And then there Is the vast India Em pire For independence is out of the question but it is almost certain that changeIof masters pass under I the predatory rule of the lion to that of the bear In this new century events move fast Look at Russia in China at the ascendency of Japan In the far East at the establishment of the Cuban republic the expulsion of Spain from her last foot of territory in the continent that she once con trolledTerritorially the outlook for tbe British E upireis not a brilliant one It is idle to put aside tile fact that theI tL v prospect is toward dismemberment dismemberment because of natural causes and of superior force Stripped of her present vast possessions what would be Englands position on a European power The retention of strategic points like Gibraltar and Malta the scattered groups of islands ofl the North American coast linennd other places that might be named would be of very little Importance to her They would in fact be more of adisadvantage than an advantage No wonder that England Is turning has been turning for many years to ward the United States that she sedu lously cultivates our friendship in ev ery way possible that she seeks our alliance and failing that as it must fall that she alms at an understand ing which will render collision with us for any cause whatsoever impossi ble That is an end most devoutly to be wished in the Interest of progress and humanity Franklins dreamhow many prob lems it would solve both for her and for ourselves There Is first of all the economic policy of both nations Incorporation in the Union would mean the overflow of monopoly among us It would mean for her free access to the greatest market in the world What a priceless benefit on both side Again union with the United States would mean for her relief from the enormous military and naval burden under which her people are now staggering With our fleet and half of hers we could commend the peace of thu world Who would be injured by such a natural concentration of power So far as I can se no one except a single family in Englandthe royal one As against that deprivation to one family would he the supreme welfare ol millions of families in every quar ter ot the world Royally has been called a trade Must profitable is it to those who have the Herdltary mo nopoly of it If the abolition of the British brand of the article is the on ly obstacle that stands in the way of the unification of all the English speaking peoples and the preserva tion of the peace of the world does not common sense teach that it should be swept away at once Phiueas Fletch er in Lexington Lender Are You Restlesssat Night And harassed by a bad cough Use Ballards Hnrehouud Syrup it will secure you Bound sleep 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the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle PANAMA CANAL And Its Relation to the Industrial Progress of the South Throughout America the exports from the Southern States the cotton tobacco timber and naval stores have constituted a large part ot the tonnage of our foreign commerce and recently phosphate coal iron and steeland general manufactures have made an important addition to the outbound trade of that section pays Emory R Johnson in Everybodys Magazine for February The pro ducts of the South find their foreign markets mainly in Europe but thev ore increasing in demand in Pacific countries from which they are largely excluded by costs of transportation The canal will give the cotton in dustries of the South a more profitable trade in the Japanese market where there in a keen competition with cotton from East India and China The new waterway will also aid in the exportation of cotton man ufactures to western South America Asia and Oceanica where Great Britain and Germany now control the trade The effect which the canal will have on the iron and steel Industries of the South is Illustrated by a statement made by one of the largest firms in Birmingham Ala The opening of the Isthmian Canalwould be of incalculable benefit to us in in creasing our facilities for export bus Incsta and would warrant the devel opment of our southern property to the tallest extent The canal will open up a large market for southern coal lumber nAval stores and phosphate The coal will be required by the vessels using the canal and in the coaling stations of the eastern partof the Paific Ocean in tropical and south temper ate latitudes and also lor industrial purposes along the west coast of Cen tral and South America 200000000 looks like a large in vestment even for a wealthy country such as the United Statrs but in comparison with the results that may be accomplished the expenditure IN small While it is not recommended that the Panama Canal shall belo managed as to secure a large net rtvenue our country can if it desires to do so easily recover In a compara tively short time the amount invested By spending on an average 20000000 a year for the next de cade the United States will secure a cannl from which during the suc ceeding twenty years by means of moderate toils an income can boh tamed that will meet current expense and return to our national treas ury the entire 200000000 During those twenty years and for all time to come American indus tries and the trAde of our country and every nation will annually derive the immense advantages resulting front Improved facilities for commercial in tercourse Nor will larger commerce and greater wealth be the sole or highest gain which the world will de rive Whatever brings the people of the world closer together advances civilization and hastens the ultimate triumph of justice within and among all the nations of the earth WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus DIs crlbes His Experience I can strongly reccommend Hor bine as a medicine of remarkable efficacy indigestion loss of ap petite sour taste in the mouth pal pitation headache drowsiness after meals with distressing mental depressions and low spirits Heroine must be a unique preparation for ewes such as mum for a few doses entirely removed my complasnts I wonder at people going on suffering or spend fig their money on worthless things when Herbine is procurable and so cheap 50c a bottle at J H Williams druggists m FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address rilE REPUBLICAN Weaki M HeartsAre A of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indlges tlon It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of 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unilcTnlRiifil ri pri entntlvcH ul thu VntrnlK HVlttV It P A IoulHvllM A J McliOlAM It I A New Urlriin t A IL HANHOM 0 I A Chicago Jso A Scots A 0 1 A Mr mpbU S31I5 THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this la to rod th- eWeekly CourioFJournul I HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWENTY PAGES Issued Every Wedne- sday1OOyar REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY fly Hieqnlnrrnngcinent you mil got TUB Itu rcmicAN and tlm Woekly CourierJour nal both otioyenr for only 8Ino This IH fur mull RuliNcrllivrH only AH sub scriptions tinder this combination otter must be ont through Tnt HEIUIIUCAN oa- lcoOnelfinutoCoughOure For Coughs Colds and Croup I FAVORS WEST POINT j Recommends ThatCongress i1lAppropriation to Buy Four Tracts ot Land In a report to the Secretory of War Gen Chitffee chief of staff of the United States army urges that Congress be nsVted for the appropriation of 20000011 lor the uictiise ot fou permanent nriny ultra and In specs lying the locations recommends West Point KV nB tin most available + place for the middle division The General further state S It site should also be purchased in the Atlantic States the SOUth wta and the North westRegarding West Point he says that experience lies shown that the site Is well adapted for maneuvering pur poses and should be purchnwed above allothers for the middle division lie holds that it is much bitter to buy the sites outright thin to rent tietu and declares that it tn a Ivlta I f ble in his judgment to hake the necessary appropriation bolore the exact sites ore selected on the grounds that the price ot land might he ad vanced beyond its actual value But he recommends that the purchase be made by June 30 19 580 a + to assure the holding of the maneuvers In the tall of that year at already planned In view of the strong recommenda thou of the Lieutenant General ando the disposition of Chairman Hall of the Military Commission to lavor West Point there now remains no ob stances worth con iderin in the way of the location of a permanent site near Louisville End of Bitter Fight Two physicians hadn long tutu r stubborn fight with an ulicos on my right lung writes J H Hughes of DuPont Gat anri gave mo up Everybody thought my time had come As a lust resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion The benefit 1 received was striking and I was on my feet in a n few days Now Ive cnlltc1re gained my health It conquers all Cough Colds and Throat stud Lung troubles Guaranteed by 7 Wayne Griflin it Urn Drug Store Price 60c and S 1QO1rilll bottled free Jolt or a Jerk Members ol the Lilt + i + ture are talking tlectoncuiloii vs lin ing II the poor devil who is s ntenc d to die can yet aoycomloitoiit ulthf hoje that the Holnns eectr Clltin bil he is entltld to it Ol cnuw neither method in dektrcd but one or the other IlIltes ny The question Is Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as lh to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their u teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palenessweaknessandnervous ness byregular treatment fIwith Scotts Emulsion r is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many VOtIng women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Be ure that this picture In the form of a label ls or the of every bottle of Emulsion you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York i Would you rather have a quantity of zigzag lightning shot through yoeor you rather have the daylights choked out of your tnbernackle while dung ling at the end of a ropes That i the question Lnrue County Herald BRAVES DANGER FOR WIFE Soutrto Defeat Suit for Divorce Oakland Cal Jan 30 Harvey neck with an Alaskan miner who traveled 3 ooo miles through snow and ice braving the perils of shipwreck I to answer a spit for divorce brought against him succeeded in getting his wife to reconsider and she filed a vol untary dismissal of the suit Mrs Beckwith said she thought her hus band who had been away for several years in Alaska had deserted her She brought the action for divorce on the ground of failure to provide Ueckwith heard of the suit andjtart ed for Oakland He was snowed ion the Yukon and shipwrecked oil St Micheals but he persevered The suit had neared the day of hearing A default judgment had been allowed and the court commissioner had the matter in hand when Beckwithar rived He first obtained a lawyer and had the default set aside and the case was reopened and set for trial Then he sought his wife and won her af fections agdln with the result that the case was dismissed If You Are Well Bredl You will be kind You will not use slang You will try to make others happy You will not be shy or self con sclous You will never indulge in ill natur ed gossip You will never forget the restpect due to age You will not swagger or boast of your achievements You will think of others before you think of yourself You will be scrupulous in your re gard tor the rights of others You will not measure your civility by peoples bank accounts You will not forget engagements promises or obligations of any kind You will never make fun of the pe cullarltlrs or idlosyneracies of others You will never bore people by con stantly talking of yourself and your atlairsYou will never under any circum stances cause another pain if you can help it You will not think good inten tions compensate for rude or gru mannersYou be as agreeable to your so cial inferiors as to your equals and superiorsYou not sulk or feel neglected If others receive more attention than you do- You will not have two sets of man ners one for company and one for home use You will never remlng a cripple of his deformity or probe the sore spots of risensitike soul You will not gulp down your soup so audibly that you can be heard across the room nor sop up the seuce in your plate with bits of bread You will let a refined manner and superior Intelligence show that you have traveled instead of constantly talking of the different countries you have visited You will not remark while a guest that you do not like the foodwhich has been served to you You will not attract attention by either your loud talk or laughter or show your egotism by trying to ab sorb conversation Success Relief In One Minute One Minute Cough Jure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough anllat the Same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals andsoothes the nflected parts Ono Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless anti never failings cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure in pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Bold by Z Wayne Griffin tic Bro m T Fire insurance rates and the prices of diptheria antitoxin are making Chicago famous as the origlonal in I cubatar of the truth idea I SWa 1 NO GOLD COIN In Uncle Sams Big VaultsFirst Time in Many Years Such Exfisted For the first time in many years anyh plained that this condition is the re sult of an unprecedented demand for gold certificates during the time when the mints have ben fully employed in coining Philippine silver and sub sldiary silver for the United State The increased demand for gold cer tificates which could only be issued for gold coin in the treasury came about through the needs of the larger banking institution in the greatcorn mercial centers which had large amounts of notes of small denomina tions on hand which they wished to exchange for gold certificates of large denominationsThe has given instruc tions for the mints at Philadelphia and San Francisco to begin the coin age of double eagles on February i and to walk overtime until a suffi cient supply has been coined to meet all demands Pointed Paragraphs Fashions leaders always follow it A female optomlst is a woman who smiles when she meets a masculine boreDoctors are not trying to commu nicate with spirits when they wire skeletonsIf throws a man over its be cause she is nt hopelessly in love with himA mans idea ofan eccentric woo man Is one who goes to the opera to musictThe man who goes to the bad never thinks of providing himself with a return ticket It would be an easy matter for all men to face the world if it wasnt for their creditors A man who is thrown upon his own resources is apt to make an occasional raid upon the resources of others Gold Mine Uunder Kentucky Mountains- Mt Sterling Ky I Jan z9J S Templln an expert gold man of Mexico accompained by S M Robin son of Indiana has ben in this section inspecting the land in Wolf and Menifee counties owened by Mr Claud Paxton the C and O agent here Mr Templin believes a gold mine underlies the mountain property fiand will bring a number of miners to I exploit the territory Made a Speech on the Scaffold Salem Ore Jan 3oHarry E Egbert who murdered John B Sax ton and John West last October was banged today Egbert made a brief speech on the scaffold My friends he sid take me as a mark keep yotirchildreu oQ the alreet and above all out of the sa loons Bad raising and bad company fs the direct cause of my downfall I have repented ol my sins Letting Dim Down Eair I have a very unpleasant duty to perform said the chief The management desires to dispense with your services The office boy heaved a deep sigh of relief Gee ho said I tought for a mlnnlt youse was goln to lire met Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Took Her Part Why Johnny I am ashamed of you How could you take little Ethers half of the apple away from her I Cause mo I ant forgot what you told meto always take sisters part A Provident Mind yourtatherkick me out Siteit seems a pity to risk It dear In that good sultLifeU- nfavorable Condition For Study Hazel came over tonight to study with me explained Dorothy And did you do much studying Well wo would have If there hadnt been so much to tall about Chicago Post Remember you must die Let this not startle you but let it soften you while there Is yet time to do sotno Good In the worldSchoolmaster Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican o iova Early Risers I Tho famous little pills I I A Diplomatic Offlolal During the reign of Emperor Napoleon III he and the empress visited Normandy and had arranged to spend a couple of days at Evreux M Jan vier de In Monte who was the prefect learned that the revolutionaries intend ed to hiss the sovereigns as they passed and so he summoned the lenders of the movement and told them that he knew of their plot If you carry out your plan stud ho to them you will get six months In prison If you do not your friends will accuse you of cow ardice and treason As a way out of the dim cult I propose to lock you up nt once until thin emperor has gone The conspirators accepted the terms of fered them cute so the emperor was greeted only by cheers as the revolu tionaries frightened at the arrest of their chiefs hind not dared to utter a sound After the emperor and empress had gone the prefect went In person to release his rlsoners who hind had such a pleasant time that they greeted him with cries of Long live the prefect to which M Janvier de la Monte who was a mnn of wit replied My friends do not overdo ItINow Yurkx Diamond Ilooinx Only men and women who want to purchase an expensive set of jewels say 10000 worth or upward get a glimpse of the diamond rooms as they are rolled In tho big New York jewelers shops Gems worth less than that usually are kept In show cases and examined in trays at the counters nut if a customer wants to make a larger purchase a diamond necklace with pearl pendant worth from 40000 to 50000 for Instance he Is shown into n parlor where he can examine the jewels more atl his leisure and sac the salesman weigh them on the most care fully balanced scales These parlors as a rule are luxuriously but simply furnished and are convenient to the safes It is not nn unusual thing during the holiday season for n salesman in a well established store to make three or four sales a day ranging from 12000 to 30000 New York Press Soldier coil Weight These facts ore given by two officers who conducted experiments to deter mine the effect of weight on soldiers In full marching order The five men who volunteered as subjects marched a din tance of fifteen miles and eightytwo yards The different weights carried were fortyeight fiftynine and sixty five pounds With the first weight It was found that a man nt a moderate temperature could cover the distance with ease In hot or close weather slight inconvenience was experienced which disappeared when the march was over so that the men could begin the next day as well as ever The weight of fiftynine pounds did no harm In moderate weather but proved fatiguing when It was hot and effects were felt the next day When the men carried the third weight the 111 effects were very marked VlllliiK to Amlt There was a worthy Irish member of parliament who was so generous that a request for financial assistance was never refused But his checks had one little drawback they were never honored I The shortcoming naturally In time became known but it did not ntI feet his popularity A visitor to the district hearing of the members pecul Inrlty asked n leading politician how it was that public faith In the member was not shaken Why sure It is be cause he shows his willingness to as slat but for lack of funds was the reply From 11 Society WoniMiin Diary My milliner gave me n shock today When said she docs your ladyship Intend paying me what you owe me 1 The ungovernable curiosity of low born women It made me blush for my sex I was not unkind to her But I deemed it my duty to chide her and when she spoke rather petulantly I thought of starving I recommended her to cultivate poise Life Mute Roland Hcqucnt When Mme Roland was on the seat fold she asked for pen and paper to note the peculiar thoughts that hovered about her on the last journey It Is a pity they were refused for In a Iran qull mind thoughts rise up at the close of life hitherto unthinkable like blessed Inward voices alighting in glory on the summits of the past Goe- theDeWSttsla Salve For Pilos Burns Sores 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c sending a sketch and description mar qulcklr ascertain our opinion an e ommunlca- tlonetrlcllrconadeumabIIANO BOOK on lateute wont free Oldeit necurinir patent through Jtunn A reedy Wec Unoticewithoutchargolatho Scientific jwitrican i A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tersest clr I culation of an clenUllo lnurnal t3 a I year four mordbe f1 Sold brall newsdealer MUNN New YorkI maned Officer GS V BU Washluiiton n C I Tho Kind yon Have Always Bought mid which has been in use for over 00 years Ims borne the signature of rI anti Ims been mal1e under his per sonnl supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What BS CASTORCastovJa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and ala Fcvcrislmcss It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GSNUENE ASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of v The Kind You Have Always Bought 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Mattingly It Tweddell at Hartford Respy t Lees Machine Works9 IOWENSBORO KY WORMS r CREAMf For 20 Years Has led aU Worm Remedies imSfflm 90Ira 33TB AX Xj aDHTTOGrXSTCQ Prepared b7P JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ForS ale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky i Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SacI Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills i yT 1 1 v T o I RepublicantSIssued by the llnrtfonl rnlitlrtiniR Company INCOUIOIIAVKD J I C K HtIITIII clllorf EJc110 =O oexlnrd 3m r QQ 11CUnFRIDAY FEBRUARYS EVIL MAY BEGET GOOD The Democratic General Assembly seems determined to pass the Hefliu disfranchisement bill which puts it in the power of a few political rascals to refuse regifjtratinn and suffrage to any blnck or white man who cannot read write and explain any section of the Constitution to their satisfac tion unless he happens to have aI father or grandfather who was a voter in 1867 We have not been disposed to say muchabout the Heflin bill because we realized that argument would avail but little and have but little weight with itspartisan friends in the Legislature and that Republican criticism would popularize the bill as a party measure for the Democrats but we venture the prediction that many of the Democrats who vote for its passage will some day regret it The Heflin suffrage bill is a step in a scheme of disfranchisement in a State in which the negroes number less thau 15 per cent of the popula tion and they are unable to elect an officer of any kind and negro domi nation cannot be dreamed of by the most astute dreamer and we believe this measure will in the end arouse a spirit of antagonism andretaliation that hive lain dormant as long as grandfather laws have applied only to the black belt The National Congress must nom time in the near future pass a gen eral election law laying down cer tain basic principles to which all States must conform and when this time comes there will be an end to oue sided State and county election boards and to such absurdity us Dem ocratic windjammers and officeseek ors deciding whether a white or black voter has given suchan explanation of the Constitution ns tbat he will be entitled to vote A CKrKHRATEi Democratic journal in speaking of the party principles to be enunciated at the coining Saint I Louis convention stya- Mr llrjrnn ol iiiiirw I iMilltlcd tnilx opinion + nn nnjr iithtr ImllrMnnl IK lint fin In not In ntir jipMltlnri to otter rncrentloui to I the Democratic part I Is this the same Mr Bryan tvli has twice been Democracys candi date for the Presidency The same Bryan who spoke of a crown of thorns audI1 brow of labni1 Why I EuglgCpreaches the saute doctrines that he did when he wa = immortalized hyI Democracy eight years ago r flat Court of Appeals holds that the suicide clause in insurance poli cies does not apply whore it is shown Ithat tin insured was insane at the time he killed himself Of course no sane pursou will suicide hencs th clause 53 illOjoraliwI A IRUMAJfKNT military camp ifi within our grasp if our members in I Congress will onlele their duty West Point is an admirable site Why not demand its purchase for a post hy the Nnthiwl Government j THE Lion William C Whitney former Secretary of the Navy di Tuesday nfleninoii nt his home dI Now York from the encl of n ond operation for appendicitis r SOME Democrats think that July is n bad month for a convention Any other month would be just the I same so far as the final results are i concerned AKTRK pcipntials have discovered the presence of 237 diligent kinds of i microbes on a greenback dollarr u measure for clean money is in order = 4 DEMOCRATS are insisting that viC- tory for them is III the air That may be true but it is so high that they have not been able to reach it TUB fellow who ordered an old nsbion cold winterwell please dont do it any more Jria reported that tho city Ifi Frankfort was actually painted red I lust Saturday night Wondedf any ut our Solons had a brush DEMOCRATS generally are not considering Beckhams withdrawal front the Senatorial racevery seriously the tendaysfileEACH l a new due has been reported in the Bed fordmurder case THE latest i tolitesis Bryans Moral Issue which he got while in Europe r 41 Killed Two Then Enrbnnrsviiltf Ky Feb 2 Armed with a variant for the wrest of Duvid and Thutnrts Fletcher Deputy Sherifl Mathew Helton went to Welton a mining town Monday The Fletch- ers resisted arrest and Helton opened fire on them killing them bath A man named Brook attempted to as sit the Fletchers and he was shot and woundd s that he will die Helton took to flight as soon as the shooting was over and has not been heard frjm Hanna Declines With Thanks Fiaikloit Ky Feb 2Senator Cox chairman of the committee ap pointed to extend the invitation of the General Assembly to Senator Marcus A Hannn to make a speech here has received a letter Irom Senator Hnnna in which he said that it would bs inipossibhrfor him to accept as he was detained in Washington by imperative duties The letter was read in the Senate- ROCKPORT KY Feb 3 Messrs Tom Brown and Elbtrt riunley of Paradise were in town Saturdays Billy Beck of Nelson Creek Station was here Monday Llge Southard has been confined to grippeeMitchel Ball who was hurt in the band saw mill several weeks ago will soon be able to be out again Mr Everett Smith of Linton Ind is visiting friends and relatives here this week Dr George Everly of Ceialvo was in town Siturdny Mr Judson Rowe of Render was ij town Friday and Saturday visiting friends and relatives Mr Rufus Bhl was in Hartford MondayClayton Viliiams has returned to his home here alter a six months stay in Louisiana and MississIp- piI Smith ot Louisville was in town the first of the week Mr Thomnft Carter of this place is on the sick list Mr ted Mrn Willie Hul sly of MisoTims Carter tuidty and Sut day Mr GtilSot 14ollInapotI is visiting Mr Cleve Seek MeIenrvIvas1S V Wnrriun of Echols wrs inISaturday Itown Jesse Tipp wss in town Monl I Messrs Cltv Hnrrel Mild Charlie Brown Titit to Denver D m Sunday Roy Dexter is visiting in McHenry this went Miss Iizzie Graves of Pond Run ti MeekeMiss fiurnice Ha en has mea lesIMr Herman Garret of Station was in town Monday Miss Hattie Lawrence is visiting inI Evansville this west scI listIMr Mose land of Wysox was In town Tuesday Mrs C D Nail and children have messier Mr Otis Brown of CUilO 111 was here visiting Inst wek A Curo for Eczema My baby load Eczema so had that its heed was n solid mass of sore crabs und itn hair all came out I tries many remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until Iuse Do Vitts Witch Huzel Salve Tho EC zoma is cured the scabs are gone an the littlo ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Salvetiut s is tuo original and the only one coo taining pure Witch Hazel The name K C Do Wilt Co is on eVe ery box Sold by Z Wayne Griffin llIfoso9 Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you eat DYING CRIES Dave Egbert Burned to Death in the Dawson Lockup Dawson Springs Ky Feb tThe prison here this morning burned and in the fire Dave Egbert a prisoner lost his life Egbert came here yes terday and got drunk and was Ptin the lockup for trial this morning Just before daylight the lockup took fire presumably from a redhot stove pipe When the iltiue was discovered it was too late to get the mum out and his death cries were heard hy halt the town Egdert lived in the Dalton country and belonged to an ex cellent family hs only fault being that he cas a drunkqrl Assailant of Teacher Arrested Carhondale 111 Feb IThe man who attacks Miss Eva Kavanmigh a Catbondale school teacher while walk ing Irom school to her home in this city a week ago was captured by Chief of Police Robinson and later positively identified by Miss Kava naugh To avoid a lynching the of ficer took his prisoner overland to the county jail He gives his name as John Vaughn He is married and has lived in this city since May Eight MurderCases Logans Docket Russellville Ky Feb tThe February term of the Logan Circuit Court convened today with Judge W P Sandidge of this city on the bench and Attorney R Y Thomas Jr 01 Central City as prosecutor The docket is hbout up to the usual standard except there are eight murder caaes on it The grand jury will tomorrow take up the case of Attor ney Moses Turner who is charged with killing young Finis Wyatt ea State 1Lucasss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co dying business in the City of Toledo County and Stat e aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh thai cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CiiKxrv Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth day of De comber A n 1SSG r J fl W GIKASOV SEAL Notary Public l Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system Send for the testimonials free F J CIICXEY it Co Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best SMALLHOUS KY Ileb 2Mr J W Kcbvrtiion and family hews moved to their new notne near Hnrtfoid Mr Ed Cleaver has rented his firm to a colored family and moved to Central City Mr Press Barnad was In our midst Ila t Tuesday the guest of Mr P B iTaICJtMrs Jennie Ball has returned from theIbdsldewas so seriously hurt by bing thrown against a band saw Mr Jas Bennett returned Saturday front a visit to his lather Dr W P Bennet Utica Born to the wife of W Ii Balls recently n fine girl Mr P B Taylor was the guest o his father Mr John Taylor flivver Dam Sunday night and returned via Hartford Monday Love Finds a Way IIodgensvlltf Ky Feb 2Rya IcUvr ruse Mis Lockie Bell fifteen years of age procured her fathers i signature consenting to her marriage residedin Green county and arrived here this afternoon Just after the marriage ceremony had been performed the i Marshal received a message frJI11 the i girls father to place the couple unde- arrest When the maishal airivul on the scene the knot had been tied The young girl went to the telephone and after a few sibs the father relent ed and bade the couple return to his fireside The young gill procure her fathers signature while making himIessary order to the clerk above his signature f S V Catarrh- s a constitutional disease originating in impure blood and constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for its radical permanent cure Be sure to tak- eHoodsSarsaparilla Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by AntiSeplets which allay inflammation and deodorize dischargeHoods Sarsaparilla all druggists 1 Anti Sc lets mail order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for our Book on Catarrh No4 C I Hood Co Lowell Mass T BITES LIKE A DOG Strange Case of Frank Klaln Puzzle the Hospital Physician Cincinnati Fib tDoctors are puztlel over the strange case of Frank Klahm saloon keeper ot Wade and John street taken to the City Hospital yesterday supposedly on the verge of delirium tremors Klahm has spells in which he snarls and lark like a dog snapping viciously at every one who conies near him Last night although strapped to a cot he sprang on Nurse Charles Shipp and bit him repeatedly hen when ustialned he takes his pillow between his teeth and shakes it as it dog would a lat- He WPS first ttkun front his home to the Flist District Polics Station thence to the Hospital in a patrol ctaonCured Consumption Mrs B Evans Clearwater Kan writes1I My husband lay sick for three mouths months the doctor stutcdho hud quick consumption We procured a boottle of Billiard Horehound Syrup and it cured him Thnt was six years ago aud sine e then we always keep n bottle in the house He cannot do without it Foil coughs 1111colds it hits ii- iequal tic oOc and 100 bottle n d JI Williams druggists m 4 Notice in Bankruptcy In h Iilatrln Cunrt ol the fultml Staten for th- WIrll IM trlrt iif Kvntuckv Owntnr- IIITU In tht rhunl1To the creditors ol James D Tnul of iMRj an in the County ol Ohio nnr Distrct nfvrcMiid bankrupt Nutue is hereby given thnt on tlllI 27111 day ot JuMUnry A D 194 the dlllyarljudiItweeting of creditors will tot held al- I the law office ofjA Dean in Owens I boro Kentucky on the I3th day ol February A D 1004 at 12 ni at which time the still creditors may at JrtItransact such otlur business as may properly come b lore said meeting January 28 I94 J A DIVAN Uettree in Bankruptcy Put an End to it All A grievous wail oftimes come as n result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaints and Constipation Hut thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all 1he are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by Z1Vayn mfBALL KNOB KY Feb 2Health in this community is very good A protracted meeting is in progress- at Mt Pleasant The debating society at Hickory school house is progressing nicely with n full attendance The little twoyearold child of Mr Ben Plummer died Saturday morning and was burled Sunday at Mt Zion Mr W Iv Beck died Friday night and was butted at Mt Zion Saturday He leaves a wife and two children and tra mourn his loss 4 v What ate They Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles biliousness and constipa centsdFor sale by m YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARETAK INC Win1 you tnkn irornH TntttelfHfl Chili Tonic lio cnncu tlm formula In ilnlnly irlntiil on ovorbot tin hliovvliiRt lint It IK mail l v Iron and Jnlnlneln utnHteltHs foiiii No Cure No 1iiy Sic tEeP Barnes t t i Broi+ famous brand Overallsforanum years t111a every seasons inessshowsinereas good 1hartCoats Overalls just to buyoats Overalls high J AI I for years in tilt roujrlust weather tlwmt nee dislrihutors of these unionmade steam proof These that there no t value fur out dollar the market Many not tsu good fur the BL1Yai11Seii This our lat week hcfore stoektakini Ladies Jackets go onehalf price Many rein t tIrom BWl at pricel at Mfc former price 50e Ladies Yarn Mitterns at piicc of j jj vill prove interesting when see them BEAVER BA Kri rrsarsraacr OUR CLUBBING RATES RKITUMCAX Louisville I11Jl111IRI IUBl1IAX Louisville Daily Herald + RKiunuiAX CourierJournal UKPUHUOAX York Tribune TIIKRKPUIMICAX ThriceaWeek World 0- TIIK RKITIJLICAX YellowJacket RKITJSUCAX St Louis Democrat lAN Home Farm RKITISMCAX Lippencotts Cosmopolitan 25 COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY No Matter Where Fib 2Health is in this Your Farm comiuunity at presest Miss Orplm Stevens of this BttyyDam spenteSunday with Mr II Stevens and family near Data Mr W Stevens purchased a fine mare list week lit n consideration of a 140 Mr Llndley of near Groin well lost his and contents list Tuesday by fire with no insurance Mr and Mrs Sat with Mr Oglesby of the Liberty neighborhood Another Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains The efficacy Chamberlains Paiu in the rheumatism is being Parker thatrChamberlains Pain gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back everything slap and not without For sale by all druggists DeWitts wlzoi Salve For Pilcsj Burns Soros We have been sell ithis of union i made oats and + 4 l her of bus i e1sales this a 4 lull of goods Jig comfort in wearing Jo and service Ie O what you are look t r and i is the thing t r 1 3- 75c full 1 combination rf of value and low price that is hard to serviceable g a ment will t t you See 4 T + We also t er C J4 it ni y Ii I ct Cdoves j I haveproven lull elusively i is betty r on that ireV yell same and route moneys is i at the original lltll1gs eIUrlllll i Jolf loves half And a hut other Bargains to you 3 I Tim and r and 250 TIIIJ and 150 TIIK and New 125 and and 125 Tim and G lobe 175 Tin 1iEltrlU sill and 125 Tin and anti r good neigh J Beaver house its night J Allen urday Robert u Case of Pain Balm of Balm relief of demonstrated daily Balm when failed he would be nJ ills on is beat r that last aunt olnwl that you TilE spent Is Located Jcan sell it for you J sell on commission 1 quote your a lest figures on farm laud 70 notes near Itdc r650 I wo acres 4 miles horn Hrrtford 950 135 acres 4 I83G-oi acres near Reaver Dam i6no 173 acres fine bottom land six miles west of Hartford on Rough rive er CHEAP McHenryGuod c1200120 acres near Macon Mo at tiI 3550 an acre j III acres near Mncon Mo at 40 per acre I 260 acres near Macon Mo at 20 per acre On this Missouri land we can loan a moneyAllSee me for a better description List your property with me I have calls every day for farming land S A AndersonIDealer in Real EstatetIIAIITFOKD 1 J t r- Nj OVERCOAT SALEWe have placed our entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Overcoats on sale at 4 exactly COST If you have not bought now would be an opportune time for you We insist on you seeing the Coats Our prices will make the sale Overcoat No IAll wool black Beaver good quality well lined velvet collar cut long not only M1EAI but JOOI and UHEAPa coat we sold tin hOO Noll3ttS i Overcoat No 2Fine allwool black Heaver French faced velvet collar satin piped fac I ingcut long All of you know what a good black Heaver Coat sells for So do wd but we dont have to charge you a high price The coat we sold for N 750 you can now get for 5 lS Overcoats No 3Allwool black Melton velvet collar cut extra long lined with heavy black Italian cloth the old standby anda sensible Coat for cold weather was cheap at 1000 Now we sell it to you for 79S Boys Overcoats11e have some ex tra values in Boys Overcoats It wouldcertainly be a good time for you to examine these goods Wo can surely save you money Boys Coats from 150 to SGno hilly vercoats Ijom 125 to 350 Besides these Bargains our stockof Bed Comforts Blankets Heavy Boots all La dies heavy Shoes are on sale at greatly re duced prices We would advise you to make us an early visit At our present prices the stock wont last long Remember the PlaceThe BargainGivers Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 u n L Kimby CeNivo WHS in town Tuesday 1 R M Hoover Buford was in town YiiratinySteve Bennett Heda was in town Saturday H B Buwen Kchols was in town Wednesday J T Cuter Rockpott was in town Wednesday S H B Taylor Heaver Dam was in town Monday Judge Ben Nevtun Bund was in town Tuesday I Dr L II HammotiH Horton was In town Monday J P Stevens Btaver Dam was in town Wednesday It P Brown Centurtown was in the City Tuesday E D Old hAUl Btaver Dam was in town Saturday j Dr N B Patterson McHenry was In town Wednesday Hsq G S Fitzhugh Dundee was I SnturdayI called to see us while in town SaturdayIK A Smith us while in town Wednesday M J Williams Ceialvo called to see us while in town MondayI Clothing at cost at j ECONOMY SToRE Sam Morton Ceralvo called to see us while In town Tuesday New Rubbers for Ladles Misses and Children ECONOMY STORE Maggie Felix visited in Hart 4 t 0Mrsford latter part of last week TwidUll grinds corn day and Friday Saui Pach wants your will pay you highest cash Gum Bouts for men children HCONOM Save your Laundry far ttr ngrnt Rirhmrntt Steal James nines Wjsox pleasant call while in tow Dont fiil to visit th Store igriClotUing Big c J PJSouthard McIIcn a pleesant all while in today Save money hyhuyiui lug at iht Economy All cost Lacy Dabney Horton very pleasant call whil Tuesday Thud Barnard Beaver J us a very pltasant call wh Tuesday C N Taylor Wysox quite a pleasant call wh Monday Mis J H Robinson o Run neighborhood is re very low of consumption P A Moxley of the neighborhood made us a ant call while in town Sat Leave your Laundry ut IUHUCAN office fcr Roy agent Richmond Steam L When you want Coi dont forget that Twed shucks and all- OsrRorATAYDr D W Mrs Lou Collins Exam Consultation free Miss Marie Ragland several of her little Eric home last Friday evening her eighth birthday every Tues tf Furs He price boys and V STOUK Roy ForrfvS U Laundry mnde us a n Saturday e Economy ut in price y made us xn Wednes your cloth selling at made us a in town Dam made lie in town made us lIe in town f the Pond ported to be No Creek very pleas urday THE RE- Forrester sundry n crushed ell cinches tf King is at Ination and- entertained tf nds nt her in honor of M i T F Balls Centertown wes In the city yesterday Ben Chamberlain of the No Greek neighborhood was in town Wednes day Col C M Barnett has been at home for n lew days He will return to his duties at Louisville Sunday f If you have some nice white orn bring it to Tweddell and get it made Into the best grained hominy tt Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination rind Consultation free For Sewing Machines and all kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs Needles Oil c cRllIJn Gross Williams at City Restaurant Mrs Martha Bryant wile of Thomas Bryant died at her home in Ro sine Tuesday Interment took place Tuesday evening in the family bury ing grounds The protradted meeting which is being held at the Methodist church continues to grow in interest each day Large audiences attend day and night and a great work is being done Mr William Beck died at his home at McHenry last Saturday of measles Interment took place at Mt Zion burying ground Sunday in the pres ence of a large circle of sorrowing friends A C Taylor has been awarded the contrast for carrying the mail from Hnrtlord to Beaver Dam for the en suing four years He will be requir ed to make nineteen trips a week as heretofore or nearly a thousand a year The Board of Supervisors after a four days session completed its work and adjourned yesterday About 487 persons had been notified to show cause why the value of their proper- t as llHted by them should not be raised Quite a numbtr came and several were released Mrs S A Dodson happened to a verv serious accident last Friday morning She was preparing kind ling to start a fire When the piece of wood broke she fell to the fl lor which caused a fracture of the hip and othrr injuries At last report she was in a very srious condition Popular Couple Wed Yesterday at hhh noon at the home of the bride two unites north of Hart ford Mr George Lashbrooks was united in iiiHinage to Miss Belle ShownMr Lashbrooks is enterprising merchant of Mnsunvill Daviess onntywhile Miss Shown is one of Ohio countys moot successful teach ers I C Adair Dangerously 111 Banker I C Adair is seriously ill of pneumonia at his home at Fords vine His sisters Miss Dood Adult postmistress at Hawetville and Mrs Mary Whitworth of Dallas Tex have been summoned to bin bedside other members of the family being there already Mr Adair returned home complaining on lad Thursday from the mountains where he bat ben to arrange for the opening of a hank in which he is interested He rode twenty miles on horseback jand WPS in a drerchini rain tart of the distance He took a cold avid this resulted in his present illness w D K9 Early Risers Tho famous littlo pills In County Court Special terms during last month January 6D L Wilson was qual ified as administrator of Giles Awtry January IiJohn II Barnes presented his commission and was qualI- fied as Notary Public January qEsq D J Wilcox ex ecuted bond and was granted authori ty to solemuizs the rites of matri lUonyJanuary IGJ S R Wedding pre sented his commission and was quaiL fied as Notary Public for Ohio county- G B Likens appt ated and on his motion was qualified as administra tor of Oscar Tichenor deceisd January ISD B Rho ids present ed commission and was qualified es Notary Public for Ohio county- M A Chapman was qualified as administratrix of W L Chapman deceasedJanuary 19W R Jones presented his commission and was qualified as Notary Public J B McDaniel presented his commission and was qualified as Notary PublicJanuary ao Hiram Babbit was f qualified as Read and Bridge Com missioner for the Sulphur Springs Justice District January 2IJohn T Moore pre sented his commission and was quali fied as Notary Public January 23Albert Bosket was on his motion appointed and qualified as administrator of Jennie Irwin deceased January 25T J Smith presented his commission and was qualified nn Notary Public January 27E P Rogers was qual ified as Polce Judge of the town of McHenry January 28 Henry T Felix was qualified as guardian of Jesse E Felix January 29Winson Smith quali fied aa Road und Bridge Commissioner for the Baiz town Justice District O B Bo ket qualified as Constable for the Centertown Justice District January 3oLon Barnard qualified as Road and Bridge Commissioner of the Centertown Justice District- J J Smith qualified as Road and Bridge Commissioner of the Fords vllle Justice District Regular session which convened in court hall Monday- J R Bennett C K Reneer U S Faught Thomas Balls and G R Carson were appointed trustees of the town ol Centertown The last will and testament of J V Turner deceased was probatedand ordered to record The last will and testament of A C Rowan deceased was probated and ordered to record Miss Laura L Morton filed commission and was qualified as Notary Public for Ohio county L B Loney was equalified as Road nnd Bridge Commissioner for the Rockport Justice District E Pi Brown and R H Brown bondsmen Y L Mosley presented his com mission and was qunlifid as Notary Public for Ohio county Closing OutIDesiring to make a change in my business I will ofiar my entire stock of general merchandise allor any part of it at cost You surely can find some targains here Come and see Portien iidfblcd to me either by noteor account will phase come ard settle without further notice C J RIIOADS Hartford Ky Capt Dreyfus and Caleb Powers A striding par 1el nny De ilniwi betwteii tin Casr if Cnpt Dil Iris f France and that of Caleb Powers of Kentucky Dreyfus was the inno cent victim of race prejudice gone mad Powers is the victim of mad partisan prejudice Sentence was in flicted upon each by men who hoted the prisoner not for what he had done but for what he was But the parallel cannot be contin ued Dreyfus is assured of absolute vindication by the very men who once sought to seal his doom Pow ers lies in prison awaiting the gal lows Race prejudice has receded from the extremity of its madness Partisan prejudice has not France vindicates Dreyfus Will Kentucky allow Powers to hang Ohio Slate Journal N Fire at McHenry- The hall used by the Odd Fellows and Rd Mens lodges at McHenry was destroyed by fire last Saturday night The ball rooms were in the second story and Beneath the rooms were used for dwelling purposes Two families occupied the lower depart ment and from a grate in one of their rooms the building is supposed to have caught fire parThe Odd Fellows lost all their aphernalia which was valued at about 700 and the Red Men lost about 450 worth of furniture and lodge work material The building was partially covered by Insurance I VALENTINES I The Cash Grocery has the most elegant and complete line of Valen tines ever shown in Hart ford Call and se- eCOMING I j Dr M H Tappan the Optician Specialist will be at the New Com mercial Hotel in Hartford Ky Feb ruary 10 to remain two days or more Those having trouble of any kind with their eyes should call on him when he conies He is an expert of several years experience In his profession and is prepared to scientifically test and correctly fit you with the right kind of glasses It will cost you nothing to have yyur eyes examined and tested He guarantees satisfaction in every case Remem ber the date ol his coming February to and call him up at the New Com mercial Hotei Bring your corn to R L Tweddr 11 Hartford and get the bst old fah ionel Ruhr runri Mtal tt in 15 Blue Beaver Over coats at 390 Qt 9 Suits at 245 45 Pairs at 125 in 12 for Men 3 pair for 25c 9 G for 25c 15 5c HIS AIM TRUE Man Shoots and Kills His SoninLaw After a Fight Owenboro Ky Feb Fister a well known man of this city shot and killed his Ro ert Denison last night at about 7 oclock Some time ago Fistern daughter Mrs Denison separated from her husbaud and recently Denison it is claimed has been trying to induce her to come back to him These ef forts on the part of Denison resulted last night in a quarrel between the husband and lather and a fight fol lowed According to the story of Denison bad Fister by the throat and was trying to choke the life out of him when Fister pulled a pistol and fired on Denison killing him instantly The coroners jury this morning exonerated Fister of all blame stating that the fatal shot was fired in selfdefense FREE TRIP TO FAIR How the Condidates Stand In the Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Mabel Miller 632 Miss Myrtle Dayo 530 Miss Alma Ford i 519 Miss Irene 400 Miss Sallie Coppage 320 Miss Sudle Felix Ellen Gorman 224 Miss Lillie Cantrill 220 Miss Anna Bennett 217 Miss Ethel Hunter Ij 212 Miss Mallssa Roby210 I Miss Leila Marshall 200 Miss Oma Maddox 200 Miss Pauline Dawson 109 Beyond Ky Feb 2The man gled remains of an unidentified man were found strewn along the C O railroad tracks at Brent Ky this A luge basket was pro cured and the mutilated pieces of the victim were His head was cut in twain the center of the nose and his severed feet were found one hundred yards away It is believed that the man was killed last night and that numerous trains passed over the remains during the night ABsan Rind You Have Always Bought Signature of I eCough For Coughs Colds and Croup W w W O v SpeCla e N0teAi- J Ii WiS111OKeIn ijn m Wim r m r W m I I E i m JmlJl unU Luslino Until Murcfl 4AVe can assure our patrons a gain of at least 25 per cent and the advantage of 41YI1Eli which will have no comparison here in Ifartforda To fulfill this re quirement we must undoubtedly sell goods at LOW PRICES and in tQUArl1 1IESeyou a low SPECIALSrv i Specials mothingI I Black and 1 Black Clay Trousers Striped Specials Gents Pilrnisliiiios t Doen Suspenders and f Boys Dozen Handkerchiefs white blue andred Dozen liens fast colored Sox WAS Owensboro Desperate 2John soninlaw witnesses WORLDS Inquirers Whlttlnghlll 1320- Miss a Mangled Recognition Newport morning gatlered together directly through CASTOathethe One Kfinuf Cure I ijr 31 GOODS aLARGE8ro Worsted Specials in Shoes jGO Pairs of Ladies Shoes good ill brandat Goc 39 Pairs of Shoes for Boys and iC Girls at 70c 21 Pairs of Shoes for Men heavy 1 ISpecials in ladies Goods a14 Ladies Jackets a wonder 500 27 Ladies Capes a beauty at 100 ill 75 Ladies Combination Suits at 45e I We have an immense amount of SPECIALS to otter you but on account offI J tradeyoulimited space wo cannot quote you prices or name them all but will kindly p r SAM BACH9 Hartford = x = a ae rnaaas ws + wytat r c zY Jf 1 ENGAGEMENT RINGS Customs of The Different Nations Regarding Them V The custom for engaged persons to wear plain gold rings which generally are worn after marriage is ex clusively of German and Sweedish originEnglish American French and Itat Ian woman received from their be trothed on the engagement day rings with beautiful stone settings while the gentlemen receive no outward symbol that signifies they are bound to one of the lair sex The wife of a certain famcus English author is said to wear quite a remarkable engagement ring It is a broad chased gold ring that is claim ed to have adorned the band ofa daughter of one of the Egyptain kings tour thousand years ago In the social circles of London there is a wellknown woman who proudly wears a ring of lead made from a bullet that once upon a time came near causing the death of her present husband One of Englands most beautiful girls carries on her hand an engage ment ring made of a bone which she values very highly This ring is not only the symbol of a true love but also the token of a brave heart The eve before his departure for Africa where he was going lor a lion hunt the young man declared his love to her and received her Yes When he bade her farewell she ex pressed a desire to possess a ring made from one of the first lions he killed The hunter kept her wish in memory and when he returned from his expedition to the Dark Continent he presented his sweetheart with her coveted ring which was set with a handsome ruby The most valuable ring In the world is in possession of one of the Vanderbilts It is set with a diamond valued at 35000 and many smaller gems The small ring that has adorned the hand of a bride was the one re ceived by Princess Mary Daughter of Henry VIII of England upon her marriage to the French Crown Prince on the 15th of October 1519 The bride was just two y ads old and the bridegroom was seven months and eight days The wedding was celebrated with great pope and splendor Greenwich During the ceremony the king forced his throne To his rightstood Queen Marie of France and Princess Catha rine of England and to his left stood two priests Cardinal Wolsey handed the French Admiral Bonni vert who represented the bridegroom a small very small diamondring that was placed on one of the Princess fingers Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms of croupthere is non perlect confidence There is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Basford of Pooleaville Md in speaking ot her experience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chamberlains Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is subject to severe at tacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by nil drug gists in Elys Liquid Cream Ualm is ar old friend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and soothing pioperties of Cream Balm ore retained in the new preparations Price including spraying tube 75 tents At your druggists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Radium for Wrinkles 1 Just as I expected paid n gyne cologist this radium craze lets ex tended to the women and they are speculating on its possibilities ns a restorer of youth just as they did with liquid air The reasoning is as in genious as it is amusing It wile as serted that liquid air would destroy a cancerous growth which is an abnor mal condition Wrinkles and crows feet are abnormalat least every wo men under sixty says they are thereforeliquid air should destroy wrinkles The same pUogiatn just I r The strongest 1- Jcastle could be reduced by siege if the i garrison coum tout starved Tho strongest body tightrit There are more deaths from starvation than the world dreams oC When the stomach is ids eased and the food eaten is not digested end assimilated then tho strength of the body begins to fail because ot lack of nutrition and the weak body falls an easy victim to the microbes of disease Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It restores physical strength in the possible way by enabling the assimila- tiono the nutrition contained in food- I was sick for over three years with a com- pllrntlon of stomach troubles writes Mr Chlcngomillolsknew of as well as many patent medicines but received temporary One day a friend recommended your Golden Medical Dis overy I immediately procured wine and be Iran use Commenced to pain the first week and after I had taken one bottle I eat as well as any one without m happytoone could be I owe it alt to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more by the sale of less meritorious medicines Ho gains You lose There fore accept no substitute for 1 Golden Medical Discovery FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing stampsforone stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y as faulty in its logic is applied to ra dium I am of the opinion that one agent is as good as the other of s line sf my patients I would say and it I were to follow the reasoning that each is better than the other A great deal of nonsense has been print ed about this newly discovered ele ment There is a great deal of doubt of the curative utility of the radla urn The exaggeration fathered by doctors who ought to know better has had its efftcta9 it wi s bound to- haveon patients suffering from one of the many forms of hysteriathe delusion that old age can be retarded being as common as anyand If rad ium could bi bought by other than a multimillionaire very dowager in society would have a pound of it New York Press Nothing Equals Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Piuchard Ala has become acquainted with the good qualities of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses it in his own family and in his practice He says It beats any preparation I have every seen for all bowelcomplaints I do not think of recommending any other andalso use it with any my children This remedy is for sale byall druggists to Catch a Sheep IHow should never be caught bits wool says Pacific Homestead This metnod not only causes the animal unnecessary pain but in the case otfs shtithat arcto be killed it does much harm to the joint of mut ton that lies underneath where the wool was pulled It causes a dark bruise just in the same manner as our bodies become discolored from being bruisedThe proper way to catch a sheep is to took it either by the hind leg just above the gambrel joint or by putting the hand underneath it jtw or neck In using a crook it is important that the steep are not caught below the amftrel joint as injury to the leg is table to result from this When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a coldshould he to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the toughmu cus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free extorutiou and opens the secretions A complete cure follows This rem edy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteractsnny tendency toward pneumonia For sale by all druggists m Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to California points via Iron Mountain Route Leaving St Iouis at 83 a m daily for Los Angeles via True Southern Route also Tourist loep ing Cars ou this same train for Los Angeles and San Francisco every Wednesday nnd Thursday Best Win ter Tourist Route to California For further information call on or address R G Matthews R P A room 202 Equitable Building Louis vilU Ky ANIMALS NEVER IDLE They Mnnniro to Keep Very Dnay Without Doing Very Mach How Is It that birds and beasts man age to pass through life without succumbing to cuiuil or at least without being bored nearly to death Animals ns n rule do not loaf It is not thus that they solve the problem Loallng is nn art which but few living creatures understand Lizards crocodiles and chaprassis are the greatest authorities ou the subject Animals have acquired the knack of making much ado about nothing they have learned to be very busy without doing anything This ac complishment obviously differ from that of loafing It Is one which flit mals have brought to perfection and of which many human beings chiefly women ore very able exponents There Is overhead n wasp busily exploring the holes In the trunk of a tree Why he does this he probably does not know ho has no time to stop and think lIe Is quite content to explore away as though his life depended upon It Five times within the past six minutes he has minutely Inspected every portion of tine same hole All his labor Is useless in a sense without It however the wasp would In all probability die of ennui The wasp is not an Isolated case Most animals ore experts at frit tering away time they spend much of their lives In actively doing nothing Watch a canary in a cage He hops backward and forward between two perches as though he was paid by the distance for doing so Look at a butterfly It leads an aimless existence Nevertheless it Is always busy A bee probably visits twenty times as ninny lowers in the day ns a butterfly for all that the butterfly Is always on the move When speaking of the swift I notice how long it took to and the materials for its nest how It went afar oft to seek that which was at its feet This although the result of stupidity Is doubtless a blessing to the bird Nest building affords great pleasure to the bird the more protracted the amuse ment the better for the architect The squirrel labors from early morn till late eve laying up a store of nuts When one storehouse is full the indus trious animal opens another and then proceeds to forget the existence of the first Lastly animals spend no Incon siderable portion of the day In play Nearly all the higher animals indulge in play some go so far ns to play reg ular games Times of India WISDOM OF NOVELISTS It is mostly the women who are the gamesters the men only the cards Thomas Hardy Cynicism Is merely the art of seeing things as they are Instead of as they ought to be Robert Hlchens There is no mnn BO much at the mercy of his own vanity as lie wbo enjoys a limited notoriety Seton Morrl manA wise man reduces his affairs to n minimum and his interests in the af fairs of his neighbors to less Setou MerrimanIt sweetheart a man should be particular about Once he settles down It does not much matter whom he marries J M Barrie Good finance Is knowing how to util ize the fullness of other peoples pock ets without revealing the emptiness of ones own Richard Begot A person who cant argue Is like a person who cant chew He swallows the facts of life unprepared for diges tlon Sara Jcaunettc Duncan Cancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th IDOL I brd been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itch ing I was using Balards Snow Lin iment for a sore leg and thoughan accident I rubbed some of the lini ment on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this pre paration and it cannot be to highly reccommended 25c 50c and SI For sale by J H Williams drug gists in Newspapers Should be First The Atlantic News prints an Inter viev with Whiting Allen the well conI between the averse newspaper and the community in which it is pub lisped Fair weather or fonlsays Mr Alter the newspaper In coning out every day Is devoted to the welfare of the community and its ptople No matter how the public responds with support much or little to long as I that newspaper in issued it is unflagging in its zeal for the betterment of i Its environment It is always quick to graft and make voilable every opportunity that will benefit the town and Its people As a visitor to near ly every daily Mid wet kly newspaper office In the United States hiring the fast qnatter of a century it has been uiy observation that the colums ofI the average newspaper are a certain index to the community and especial ly to its character It is n somewhat singular thing to me that In view of the fact that the heaviest advertisers in all towns are the most prosperous there is not a greater ambition among busim ss men to become the heaviest advtrtisets But aside from advertising I still maintain that every man woman and child owls to the newspapers of town or city a greater debt that is ever paid Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that n preventative of suicide has been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency invaribly pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which nukes suicide likely At the first thought of eelf destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nerveine will strengthen the nerves and builds up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by A Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists in The Lieutenant governor of Cochin China has made a rule that officials I adcicated to opium smoking shall be sent back to France Have You Indigestion It you have Indigestion Kodols Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every day every hour You owe it to yourself to give ita trial You will continue to sutler until you do try it There is no other combination of digestants that digest anti rebuildat the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by A Way no Griffin Bro in It Pays to Figure She was a goadnatured happy looking Irishwoman that walked into a store a few days ago and asked the price of callers that were displayed in the window The clerk replied that they were two for a quarter The woman then eskedIIHO much would that be for one Thirteen cents answered the clerk quickly The old woman pondered and then with her finger figured on the sleeve of her COlt a little longer After her effort she demanded That would make the other collar twelve tints wouldnt it Just give me that one Tho Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignif icant cut or penny boils have paid the the death penalty It Is wise to have Buckleus Aanica Salve every handy Its the best Salve on earth andwill prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin tC Broa Drug Store m An Insuperable Objection- I would like to give myself to you as a Christmas present sid young Poore to Miss Rocks Papa doesnt allow me to receive fxpensive presents front young men replied the maiden AyersDoctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralrely upon it for colds coughs I consumptionThey heals 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St Louisville Ky BoYouTakfQuiDiDcl Lltsmalaria to 1 you do if you are a victim Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will afro malaria but it loaves almost deadly after ofTuutd HERHNEisto euro malaria cM luiidach iliousuc sand all stomach kianoy i nii liver cixjaplamta THY IT TOTAY 50 Ccitf at 73nttte I Ilrc IV b INo 11111111111I For Sale bJ H Williams Hartford Ky III n r T Cure a Cold in One Day D 1 ILaxative Seven boxes sold in This Signature LC at tlm practlcmiml the imrt 1 j 10 Jon eve r box2Sc iPriN 1 EQUAL RIGHTS r iGovernor Bates of Massachu setts Recommends Wo man Suffrage Governor John L Bates of Mnvn chusttB in his annual address to the Legislature recommends the exten sion uf suffrage to women es follows I Notwithstanding the continuous I and various efforts of publicspirited then to solve the problems of government which are constantly being pre sented there is much that is unsatls factory and new evils from time to time become only too nppnrent in our system Perfection is not to be ex pected but we should not relax any efforts to that end It has seemed t some that prejudice inherited from l prior and admittedly less advance generations causes us to persist in a onesided fotm of government ad ministered only to the extent ofa juntia wisdom and deliberately re I fusing to avail ourselves of the bent It fits to be derived from the fine insti t tutlon the sensitive conscience and athe diflere t but brilliant intellect ri of women Many of my predeceiwors Including In recent years Governors t Clafltn Washburn Long Butler Anus and Greenhalge hay directed the attention of the general court to I this subject and earnestly a Ivocated the granting of the suffrage to wo menThey receive the benefits of our educational system They outnum M fber the young men in all our schools colleges and niversitles Equally with men do they pay their tnxesnnd j infractions of the law Thy are tlColloKlicr ment and that too irrespective of whatever other woman exercise that right fThedecadence and corruption of politics make the present reference of Governor Bates specially timely and important Until the moral sense and public spirit of wo man are aroused and enlisted for gcort government permanent municipal reform will bj indefinitely postponed A stream cannot rise higher than Ita Sjuntnln Genuine reform must be gin with a reform in the rating constituency An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitu tion depends largely on the condition of the liver Tito famous littlp pills known as DeWitts Little Early Ris ers not only cleanses the system but they strengthen tho action of the liver supportingfii they are absolutely certain to produce jroultb that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by Z Wayne Griflin lro m O A 13 TORt A Bean thethe Kind You Haw Atop Bought elpnatlue 11 I of dClsr More Political Petit Larceny The unseating of Representative Gregory Republican qf Kenton coun- ty ic favor of his Democratic con testant Mr Hollen by the General Assembly lllnatrates the continuance bj the dominant machine of the She of the slogan ol 1899 Nothing 4s to be left to chance The theory la that eyerytUng belcmgs to the Democrat who wants it as against any Republican who has it The little matter of the vote of citizens is not permitted tofciandln the way Since the grand jarceny of 1899 ecarehl lowed by success petty larceny of of fin kas beddiWe tbe party tlrtfce Mr Gregory pie elected idYentaa oft tasdniy deflated elected by th oflScefs dl Ihe election Moreover hV hthe votes to prove it But the general Assembly bad the OrES of w on him es the forms area 1 strDctedto fit the case and hi was I unseated on the grand old Democratic principle that his opponent needed the office The animus of the proceedings is revealed In a bill emanating from the same quarter to remove the Sheriff as one of the election board in Kenton land substitute the Circuit Clerk 1his is because Sheriff McInery is out with the machine and rein forces the principle that there shall be i r no chaning of party affiliations and no independent vote All counties that have once gone Democratic must remain so In the nature of things orq by legislation enacted for that specific purpose In Louisville the police do the trick in Kenton it takes special legislationHow the people of Kentucky will stand petit larceny cs the basis of electoral power remains to be seen They are a patient people and no body his yet calculated how much time and how much pressure is re quired to make worm turuLouls ville Herald RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind TIll fi rout pocket In enough for mtnnl occnHlonn Ntlpplyfurayear Reflections of a Bachelor Some men are so tactful they smoke the cigars their wives buy them for presentsWomen tell jokes the way children play button button who has got the buttonto see if anybody can find it A woman likes to be suspicious of her husband so she can feel happy when he convinces her she oughtnt- to be A financier is a man who handles other peoples money for them and lets them stand the losses if they lose and takes the profits if they win The meanest thing that can happen to a woman Is when her new gown comes home to have it storm all day so she cant put it on and call on woman she knows who hasnt got a new oneNew YOlk Press A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national illustrated agricultural week ly of twenty large pages has no superior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequaled by any paper of Us class in the United States Knowing that every enterprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to ofler the two pa pers at so low n price tjmt no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity The price of The New York Tribune Farmer Is 100 n year and TIm IlAUTIORD 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planned a long ride with his friend and business partner E J Nixon of Duluth They were running along the picturesque bank of Indian river amid the tall majestic Spanish palmettos that frequently dropped blessings of moss and were wishing their friends from the frigid North could enjoy such pleasure when the automobile came to a sudden stop The gasoline had run out but that was not all They bad forgotten to bring along a supply for such emer gencies They were 60 miles from their cottage and miles away from any semblance of a village But a Yankee In adversity is ever mindful of the axiom necessity IsI the mother of invention These gentlemen immediately set about to devise some means of returning home A rattling sound like tacks in a tin box attracted the atten tion of Mr Payne It was a big dia mondblack rattler but a few feet away from him By a clever trick of lassoing the gentleman soon had the I snake captive While he was so oc cupied his friend was busy on the I river bank He slyly stole upon an aligator basking in the sun and i quickly slipped a noose over his I mouth rendering him helpless I Quite a little trouble was experienced I by the gentleman in dragging this J inhabitant of the salt water to their vehicle By means of a rope for har ness and ribbon for reins a tandem i WRS formed of reptiles whose utility had never before been discoved by mankind The journey home was monotonously slow but the gentle men felt rewarded for the new discov ery they had made for their fellow menIt simply goes to show said Mr Payne that cattle dont have to be shipped into Florida The alligator is by far the most intelligent of the two and I would estimate his strength at six horse power I would estimate the strength of the rattler atone horse power There are times when one is justi fied in committing suicide A young ha11beenfor three years and the other day he FREE FREE received a letter and a picture from i I her The letter said she had been I I married for two years and the 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tion more pupils in her schools than Russia There are 4302623 Japanese children in elementary schools against 4193594 in Russia Ninety one Japs in every thousand are in ele mentary schools and only thirtytwo RussiansRussia has been in touch with civ ilization for 200 years Japan for fifty years only The progress ot the lat ter has been truly marvelous and with enlarged trade and widened ter ritorial advantages shall bs more marvelous still One striking difference between the soldiers of the two nations according to the Senator is the influence of re ligion in their camp life The Jap has no religious service in his quar ters and in reality no definite relig ious faith He goes into battle burn ing with the thought of dying in the service of the Mikado dying for the glory of the flag of the Crimson Sun On the other hand the Russ goes In to battle with a little metal cross hanging next to his heart He goes into battle believing not only that he is obeying his commander not only that he is serving the Czar but that he is fighting in the cause of heaven itself and that If he should fall he would goto recelye the rewalC Qf R loving father in whose service he had given up his earthly life It would appear everything con sidered that the Japanese soldier is man for man a match for the Rus sian Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequaled- For Constipation Mr A R Kane a prominent druggists of Baxter Springs Kansas says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior preparation of any thing in use today for constipation They are sure in action anti with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sale by all druggists m Good Intentions CopeI hear your boss expects to raise your salary this month HopeSo he says But he hasnt succeeded in raising all of last months yet- I Young Spoonamore While a young woman was making a hurried toilet upstairs her father was entertaining her caller By the way Mr Spoonamorehe asked how do you stand on this question ot imperialism Why responded young Spoona more Ive always thought it was ermore becoming to most people than a goatee Chicago Tribune Help your sweetheart sister or daughter get a free trip to the great Worlds Fair by sub scribing for Tug REPUBLICAN and TwiceaAVeek Owensboro Inquirerone year ONLY 175 and 100 votes free Send your votes direct to THE REPUBLICAN Grant C Gillett who owes a mil lion and a half to Western creditors has advanced money to pay the ex penses of a committee to Mexico to inspect his mines out of which he hopes to pay his debts She Was Too Ready and Too Old A certain small village in the West far removed irom the noise and bustle of commerce boosts of a femal preacher lend the Julys duties are many One day she may visit the sick another attend a funeral and the next baptize a baby One alter noon she was preparing the sermon for the following Sabbath when she heard a timid knock at tjle parsonage l door Answering the summons sue found a bashful young German stand ing on the step andjtwirlinghis sttaw hat in his bands Good afternoon the preacheress remarked What do you wish Dey say der minister lilted in dis house heh Yes sire Yess Vel I vant me to kit mar riet All right I will marry you she saidThe ladys hair is beginning to sil ver and the German glanced at it Then he jammed his hat on his lit ad and hurried down the path Whats thematter she called after himYou gits no chance rait me he called back I dont vant you I hal got me a girl alretty s The Republican Senators have agreed on the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one State to be called Arizona with capitol at Santa Fe for five years and Oklahoma aid Indian Territory as another State Eight of an alleged gang of coun terfeiters have been arrested by secret service officers in Calloway county and lodged inthePaducah jail They are charged with passing numerous 20 counterfeits of Mayfield bank notes FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular Young Lady In This County With characteristic enterprise the Twice aWeek IXQUIREII Is offering to give tho most popular young lady in this county a free trip to the Worlds lair at St louis next sum mer In tho free trip are included all necessary expenses from the time the young lady leaves her home until she returns including transportation to St Louis and return parlor or sleep ing car fare admission to the grounds hotel bill street car fare etc The trip may last as long as two vweks Should the winner prefer the iHQtnnEn will give her 4000ex pen5ir money besides transportation io Sri Louis and return she to pay her oAvn expenses out of this If she Is economical she can eave considera ble of the tOOO and keep It The young lady receiving the most votes gets the trip and votes may be secured In only threo ways as rolI lows 1st a ballot appears in every copy of the TwiceaWeek INQUIRES I 2nd 100 votes aro given with every 100 paid on subscription In advance 3rd votes will be sold for 50c a hundred Thu votes will be counted every Monday at noon and the contest closes Thursday March 31 1904 at 2 oclock p m Any girl of 16 years of age or more is entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of the grand est trips ever offered one that is en joyablo and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping the ballots Write for sample copy of the Twico a Week INQUIRER Owensboro Ky for further particulars Do not accept an unknown and un proved substitute in place of well known and advertised articles sLouisville Stock Market Quotations of February 3 sales Cattle best quality 4 50 to 4 75 Hogsbest quality 5 05 Choice pigs 4 30 Sheep and LambsExtra shpplng sheep 3 75 to 4 25 Extra ship ping lambs 5 25t05 75 HIGHLY DRAMATIC- s Sensational Scene Between Goebel and Myers Frankfort Ky Feb 2Whilt the house committee on circuit courts was in session tonight at the Chattel hotel a highly dramatic and frsa tional scene was enacted betwet M Arthur Goebel a brother of tini t Gov Goebel and Attorney H v y Myers of Covington Mr Myers was addressing mittee on the subject of two t s nets for Kenton county During his speech he said I was once a bolter I voted for John Young Brown and lift the Demociats I regret it now I was opposed to William Goebel and I fought him in the open Four years ago when the assrsilns shot rang out At this point Mr Myers was inter rupted by Arthur Goehel who stood saideYou scouudre you liar yon hypo crite You sent my bjotlur a rile grim on his death bed snji you were glad he was shot It Four men rushed for Mr c be tie waived them aside and t IJ nut to lay their hnadsonhu ir 4 y h 4iwAranb Myers said he did not blame Mr Goebel for feeling as he did about the matter because he had had a member of his family assassinated He then referred to the killing of his father DEMANDS COLD CASH Miss Miller linstitutes Breach of Promise Proceedings Against Estell Berry Wednesdays Owensboro Messen ger snys Estell D Berry one of the most prominent young farmers in Davless county has been made defendant in a 5000 breach of promise suit The suit has been filed in the Daviess circuit court by Miss Mollie M Mil- lar a highly respected young woman of Pellvlllt Hancock county On ac count of the prominence of the par ties connected with the action the filing of the suit has created quite a snsation Miss Miller alleges that she and Mr Berry became engaged during the autumn of 1901 A year passed and the couple continued to be together a great deal of the time It was on October 3 1902 that they fi nally decided when and where the ceremony should be performed It was to take place on the following Wednesday at Rockport Ind The day of the wedding arrived and Miss Miller was in readiness to ac company Mr Berry to Rockport He did not put in his appearance An investigation revealed the fact that on the previous clay Mr Berry had left for the Territory of Oklahoma There was a great dealof talk concerning the affair in Pellvillent the time The matter was finally hushed and noth ing more was heard of it until last September when Mr Berry returned to Kentucky and to the home of his parents When it became known that he had returned to Davless county the young woman at once consulted attorneys as to what course through the law she could take It was agreed that a suit for 5000 should bs filed against Berry The suit was filed by W S Morrl ron of this city and M L Heavren of Httrtford It will come up at the June term of the Davless circuit court SELECT KY Ftb 3Rev Jenkins in holding a series of meetings at this place Mr and Mrs J J Wilson are visiting friends and relatives in our town this week Mr Oscar Stewart is attending school nt HnnhTil There ere several cases of measles reported in our community- Mr and Mrs S M James nave been quite sick but are improving- Mr Robert Stewart Rosine visited relatives in our town recently Mr C E Browder of Renfrow WES in town today Messrs Claude Coffman and Ire land Everly of Point Pleasant visited friends and relatives in this commun ity last week License to Wed The following marriage license have been granted since our last IssueKernle Alvey Whltesvllle to At mie King Westerfield W F Bowen Beaver Dam to Bear ale Lewis Wysox Jeff Wardrip Horse Branch to An nie E Haynes G W Lashbrook Masonvllle to Chloe Belle Shown Hartford A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a nationalIllustrated agricultural week ly of twenty large pages has no su perior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give ifa circulation unequaled by any paper of its class in the United States Knowing that every enterprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to ofler the two pa pers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity The price of The New York Tribune Farmer is 100 n year and THE HAnrroRD REPUBLICAN Is Loo year but both papers will be snt fo a lull year if you forward 125 to TUB RniUJiLiCAN Hartford Ky Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be nulled to you OASTOaXABears thetheKM You Have Always Bought Signature 11o-f uc THE LIMITING SENSES The Involuntary action of certain organs of the human body will sus tain life in the total ubsense of all the senses but the propagation of the race and its distribution over the earth made necessary the endowment of roan with the five senses But why are the limits of the senses fixed just as they are Would a low er development of them have been in adequate to the purpose mi mans existence or would a higher development have made them dangerous instruments in his hands The senses are the only means by which the mind can grasp knowledge and since a thirst for knowledge is inherent in the mind it is difficult to understand why the means for acquiring It are so limited It is indeed pathetic the honest effort of the human mind to solve with such puny instruments the mysteries that environ it But perhaps after all the scale of the senses is aa high as it may be without changing lallcaljy the constitution of the mind and body If the sense of hearing were greatly intensified who knows what a Babel of noise would confuse and annoy the ear A fly walking upon a win dowpane a spider moving over her velvety web or a feather floating in still air makes a noise only our ears are not attuned to such feeble music When the moving stars first sang together was something more than a flash of rhetoric since every disturbance of the equilibrium of the molecules of the atmosphere rrsults in sound the light waves of the stars beating in unison upon our atmos phere blend late beautiful but unheard euphonyIf sense of feeling were far more acute than at present the sums heat would scorch the skin frost would congeal the fleshand life as row environed would be entirely un bearable It the tense of smell were raised to a higher power the fragrance of dis tant gardens would be a poor com pensation for the foul odors loading every wind Without speculating upon what might result from multi plying many times the sense of taste I out willing to reverence the wisdom of the Author of senses as displayed in his work of limiting them and yet I s and applaudingly by watch ing eagerly the efforts of man to transcend Natures limit of the sense of sight Here at least is a field where all is not speculative and what would happen ita sense were im mensely multiplied Here a mans tiny eye lerselooks Into the midnight sky and sees a twinkling sar sow adjusting this small lease which nature provided to a larger one molded by his own hand he looks again sky ward ard the twirkllng star itsilves itself irtn a mbe planet with seas and continents and islands To this unaided eye only about 4000 stars are visible even under the most fa vorable circumstances but when rea enforced by a powerful telescope more than 20000 stars may be count ed in the vaulted heavens and there seems no reason for doubting that a telescope of vastly increased power would expose a sky solidly ablaze with stars As yet human ingenuity has been able to cast a perfect glasi of a few feet only in diameter but who would dare fix such limits as mans possible achievement May not a glass be cast yet of such magnitude that men now living may see the street lights in Martin cities 35000 000 miles away To the unaided eye the planet Jupiter but for hs size appears an ordinary stare but with a glass of a certain power he pre F LIPPIN CDIIS 0 MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND I PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS i 250 PER YEAR i 25 CTS A COPY NO CONTINUED STORms EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELFt We have just received Letterr heads Statern ents Type writter Letterheads En velopes Etc and are prepared to execute all 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