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V- r y L i t JattfDrb Jttpttblic4uct Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII T HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 17 1905 No 35 OTIKTOIIETTER Amended San Domingan Trea ty To Be Ratified 7 Proposition to Build a Great p Convention Hall at the Capital City OTHER MATTERS OF 4 w KjiMlitt tu THR ItyrrtILeAL1 Washington D C Mar 15 1905 There is no doubt that a San Do tningan treaty will be confirmed by the Senate but It will beJO little like the original treaty first submitted as to be unrecognizable by its authors 4 The history of this treaty is somewhat curious The Secretary of State who has dining his eight lIyears management of the depart L ment achieved such a big reputation as a diplomatist was ill and away t from the department during the San Domingan negotiations An M sistant Secretary bungled the job The President who thinks more of results than of verbiage and whose time was much occupied with other matters permitted the papers to g to the Senate as presented and it is pwbable that he is as grateful as h j should be for the careful scrutiny and amendment that it has received from that body of lawyers and strict constructionists The death after the three days ill ness of the venerable Senator Bat of Tennessee is so far the most conspicuous fatality of inauguration riay exposure There are many other less notable victims It is im 4 1 possible under usual fourth of March weather conditions that there shall not be many deaths from grippe pneumonia and otherdisease from exposure On every fourth of March at the inauguration ceremonies hundreds of thousands of people un accustomed to exposure are in the weather from five to ten hours of cannotIbe must succumb VThere is much interest in Washing ton and there will be more or less in terest in the country In the enter prise of building a great Convention Hall in the National Capitol There is no city in the country more eligi Iiblo or desirable for grew conven tions than Washington The Capi tol thq National Library the Na tional Museum the great department building the white house Mount Vernon Arlington the Wash ington monument are only some of the attractions of interest to triotic Americans but there is n great meeting house Congress at y the session which has closed voted to present tp they cltx of Washington the United States exhibit building w stands I lathe St Louis Fair grounds The I frame work is of irbnanU1tis calculated that it can be transported to Washington at an expense of not more than 20000 anti completely rebuilt at an estimated expense of rot less than half a million dollars It will make an admirable place for great assemblies It Is expected that Washington will at no distant day have another Art gallery the gift of Mr Freer multimillionaire and an art connois cur like W W Corcoran to whose beneficence in art and charity National Capitol is so much indebted Ifas it is said that the finan cial center of the world is shifting from London to New York why we not expect in time that the ar center will shift from Paris to Wash tn The National Congress of Mothers i3 now in session in Washington and delegates from twenty States in the Union have been registered The IfreatJy increased number of MothI ers Clubs represented indicates the growing strength of the organiza tion which has for its object educa tion and Welfare of children of class cs The congress will be in session ten days and will be addressed by some of the best known educators in the country Professor Stanley Hull the author of Adolescence will speak and Monday evening Pre ident Roosevelt will deliver an a dress on his favorite subject of race suicide The delegates will be received by Mrs Roosevelt anil will al so be given a reception by Mrs Henderson wife of exSenator John beTs latter presided over by Mrs wife of Senator DuBois of Idaho The largest Congressional junkets of the summer will be one to tb Philippines which is already ands discussion Secretary and Mrs Taft will take a party including Alice Rooseveltthe eldest daughter of lh President and it is proposed to us one of the United States transports and make up a party composed o the persons mentioned Speaker Canon n and his laughter and a number of Senators and Representatives The object of the party is to invest gate all kinds of conditions in the Philippines in anticipation of tariff legislation affecting the Islands oAGood Man Dead ExSheriff S T Stevens died ate his home here at 745 oclock Wed nesday evening of consumption af ter being confined to his bed fo nearly fourteen weeks He had been in delicate health for more than a year but at the beginning of the past severe winter his caSe became Iefriends still clung to a lingering hope that with the return of spring h would regain his nonnal strength and be able to be out again AU hope of even a partial restoration to health was practically abandoned several days ago when a perceptible change foe the worse in condi tion was notedanirelatives had been summoned and were with him when the end camp After funeral services impressively conducted by Rev J H Burnett Mr Stevens pastor at Liberty church yesterday werme interred in the Liberty cemetery The esteem and high regard in which Mr Stevens was held by his many friends was eminently man fested by the vast crowd that assembled to pay their respects at the funeral rites Mr Stevens was born and reared andspent the greater portion of his life in the Liberty neighborhood where he farmed attended school and taught school until he was elected Sheriff of Ohio county in 1897 He then moved to Hartford and h resided here since In early life hemarried Miss Laura Tayolor who together with three sons and one daughter survive him Mr Stevens became a member of the Slaty Creek Baptist church in early manhood and lived a pious faithful and upright Christian life He was at date of his death a member of th Hartford Baptist church Of him i can truly be said a kind and good man has been called to his reward and in his death his church loses bright and shining light Hartford his home a kind and obliging citizen and his family a devoted true and fathernTHE REPUBLICAN extends condo anad friends License to Wed eThefollowing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last repdrt Edmond F Rice Fordsville age FordsvilletCromwell age 27 years to Cleva Miller Select age 20 years C H Stanley Beaver Dam age 25 years to Bessie Blr Beaver Dam age 18 years Arthur Davis Taffy age 20 years to Oma V Hoagland Taffy 28 years U S Carson Hartford age3G years to Edessa Duke Hartford age 35 years Heddl Dyspepsia CnroD- lflwU what you eat 1 Sv BEER WAS QRUGGEDI Two Daviess County Farmers 50dAfter Drinking Beer Men Were Incapaciattd and Rendered Partly Unconscious aCharles Payne and his son Domi nic Payne farmers of the Knotts 9villa neighborhood were robbed Monday night in quite an audacious manner says the Owensboro Messen ger A single man accomplished the Payneslrcame a load of tobacco which they sold for about 100 The money was divid 50C late in the af beforefmiles north of Knottsville a man hailed them from the roadside and asked to be allowed to ride in the wagon Consent was given and he climbed in After riding a short distance the stranger produced a bottle of beer and asked Mr Payne and his son to drink This they did thus enabling the man t6 accomplish his purpose of robbery The beer contained some powerful drug and- r almost immediately after drinking incapacitatedThey ness but were unable qffectually to resist the robber He secured 50 from one of the men The other had put his money in an inside pocket- e where the robber failed to find it The robbery occurred as near as can be ascertained about 9 oclock Some time later Charles Payne Wandered into Knottsville and did not regain possession of his faculties during the Payne took the team loose from the wagon which he abandon ed Heading the horses he went to the home of his brotherinlaw some distance away The effect of the drug on him had been such that no intelligible account of what had hap pened could be secured from him during the night Tuesday morning he had sufficiently recovered to tell what had happened and with his brotherinlaw went back to the place where he had abandoned the wagon It was evident from ap pearances that a considerable scuffle took place before the robber was themoneyI knew the man who got into the wagon There is no clue as to his identity INotice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of Asa Crawley in bankruptcyTo or Asa Crawley of Fordsville in the county of Ohio and district aforesaid bankrupt thetwas bankrupt and that the first meeting lawaoffice of J A Dean in Owensboro Kentucky on the 25th day of March A D 1905 at 2 P M at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appomt a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before saidmeeting J A DEAN Referef in Bankruptcy March 11 1905 IDukeMr I N Duke one of the coun tys best citizens died at the home of his daughter Mrs W H Combs near Concord last Tuesday morning at 2 oclock He had been fn declin ing health for several months and his death was not unexpected Af ter burial services conducted by the Dundee and Hartford Masonic lodges at 10 oclock Wednesday his remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground Mr Duke had been a consistent member of the Methodist church many years JL rM CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That Peruna is Calculated to- T llc up the System Restore the Func tions and Procure Healthi SO SAYS PROF L J MILLER CHEMIST L J Miller late Professor of Chemistry and Botany of the High School IProf Mich writes from 8327 N Clark Street Chicago Ill M follows several of my friends have spoken to me of the favorable results obtained through the use of Peruna especially in sues of catarrh I examined it most thoroughly to learn ita contents I found it composed of oxtracta of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal qualities combined with other ingredients delicately balanced calculated to tone up the system restore the functions and procure health I consider Peninm one of the most skillfully mod scientifically prepared medicines which the public eta use with safety and abscessPROP L JMILLER BENHUR Again ISVlIJelFrom to March 25th The Klaw Erlanger Cohave I in their time made many notable productions and thereby earned for themselves an enviable reputation The most ambitious effort of their career is BenHur which scored a brilliant success in Louisville three seasons ago and which is booked for another engagement there at Ma tauleys Theatre the week of March 20th with special Wednesday and Saturday matinees The scenic equipment to be used in the staging in Louisville this season is the same that created such a furore in London three years ago when BenHur was introduced to the English public at the Drury Lane Theatre These effects were also a part of the presentation of the play during the Worlds Fair run at the Olympic Theatre St Louis the past summer and are now being used at the Big Auditorium Theatre ChicagoNo that has ever been produced within the four walls of a theatre has scored a success that could in any way be compared to this impressive and fascinating ro mance Although dealing with the most delicate subject in the history of the stage its freedom from any thing that might grate upon the nerves of the most religiously sensitive has earned the endorsement of the very best people in every com lmunity i- To describe Ben Hur reference I f x should be made to it as a series of the most magnificent pictures illus trating the times of the Messiah on earth Conspicious scenes in the en actment arethe Star of Bethlehem- the City of Jerusalem from the I terrace garden of the Palace of Bur in Judea the interior of a Roman gal1 ytheGroveofDaphnethe Fountain of Castalla the realistic Roman chariot race in which eight horses struggle for supremacy the Vale of Hinnom the Mount of Olives All are remarkable ex hibits of the best scenic art To offectsStar of Bethlehem where over 25 000 electric lights of 32 candle pow er are used to furnish its powerful rayThe advance sale of seats opens Thursday morning March 16th at 9 oclock Manager Macauley of Ma cauleys Theatre announces that all outoftown ordersif accompanied by cash or money order will be filled be for e the regular box office sale opens This is for accommodation of suburban patrons as reduced rates arel i announced on all railroads and a large attendance is expected from miles around p GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems IIDrillingscale this spring and summer in Ken tucky and Tennessee Operators have begun to move machinery into Bnlld up the System iHon Joseph H Kldgoway Secretary- of the American AntiTreat Society writes tho following letter from the Grand Central Hotel St Paul Minn It la with great pleasure that I en dorso Iernna as an honest mcdi cine competent to do all itclaims I have used it several times and know of nothing that cures so com pletely and at the same tlmo builds up tho systemI roe ommended it to a number of my blends and always feel that I do them a service for I know how satisfactory the results invariably are I only wish every family had a bottle it would save much sickness and doctor bills Joseph H Ridgoway Feel Better Than for Five Tears Mr James D Taylor Roberts lad writesI at the present time entirely well I can eat anything I ever could feelletter yandmend your medicine very highly for pleasurGIn 1 and Peruna James DI Taylor I Enjoy my Mule M I Vied to Mr J W Pritchard Wolf Lake Ind writes I am pleased to say that I have been cured of catarrh of the stomach by Pa runs I could hardly eat anything that j agreed with mo Before I would get half through my meal my stomachtwould Ull with gas causing mo distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal But thanks to your Peruna I am now completely cured and can eat anything I want to without any of tho distressing symptoms I can now enjoy my meals as I used to do and it is all due to Dr Hartman and his wonderful medicine Pernna a It has been dne year since I WM rnrcd and I am all O K yet so I know Tan3 cured J WPrltchardT r Dyspepsia laa Very common phase of 1 summer catarrh A remedy that will cure catarrh of one location will cure it u anywhere Pernna cures catarrh wherever located That it is a prompt andipermanent cnre for catarrh of stomach the above letters testify If you do not derive prompt and saNs factory results from the use of Pernna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis a Address Dr Hartman President of t The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio sections out of the scope of regular activity The present agitations in Kansas is said to be depressing the market and keeping down the price of crude oil 00 AttorneyGeneral to President Roosevelt in the matter of the application for a pardon for s J M McKnight in a week or ten 5 bays An attempt was made to burn the Caldwell county courthouse at Princeton Ky The flames were un d jgood headway when discovered i but were subdued Coalpit and tur pentine had been poured over the floor and the building fired The grand jury is ming an investiga j tlon a The Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of the Legislative act of 1902 making an annual appropriation of 16000 for the promotion of a State Fair of Kentucky holding that the act cannot be classed as special legislation The decision of the State Fiscal Court was reserved A special bailiff was by the judge in the layette Circuit Court to go to Breathitt county to summon witnesses to appear before the court Monday ifxt when testi heardIgises and Callahan o A aIX e xixjBe nti 9 Ill Kind Yea Han Always BMtfit f SJpatu cl K I Tt ir Er l- r 1i o BLEAT Of LIMB j Drew Amy to the Body Her Murdered Lover Fidelity and Love of a Itentuck MaidenIndex to Bru tal Crime The bleating of a lost lamb coup led with the constancy and love of a woman has led to the uncovering j of one of the most dastardly murders J ever committed in Kentucky says a Beattyville dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer Six months ago Lewis May possessing sbme means and land disappeared It was given out that he had sold hi possessions and had gone far never to return There was one who doubted this remarkable star Amy Flincham had given her heart and hand to May They had not been married but despite her primatiye surroundings her rugged exterior a truer heart and warmer never beet within the breast of a race noted for devotion and fealty She knew that Lewis May would not go away without telling her of his destination and i purposeTime wore on and the missing man sent no word nor could tidingsi of hint be had Then it was that John Swanson who had sought the hand of the maiden made an improper proposal to the girl it is said She reminded him of her pledge to May for whose return she awaited with certainty and sure ex pectation Dismayed and angry Swanson who had lingered with theI clear benumbing spirits made in the mountains bluntly averred that she need wait no longer May had gone to a country from which he would never returnINever doubting the constancy of the missing lover but with a har rowing suspicion clinging to her heart Miss Flincham returned to t her home and duties Among th latter was the care ofa small bunch of sheep in which she had a person al interest One day an adventurous I lamb kicked up its heels and jbroke away from the flock Seem possessed of an evil spirit itI headedstraight for the mountain Fleet of foot and fresh in its youn- r strength it soon distanced all pur suit and made its escape The shepherdess waited until th next day and then started to for the missing lamb filled with th fear that it might already have with destruction Wondering u over the hills and though the deep gulches she was at last rewarded i with the sound of a faint distant bleat On and on she toiled over the immense barriers erected by naturec with the luring pleading bleat of the lamb still far away Turning to an almost inaccessible in f canyon she beheld an object ahead t that struck a chill to her soul Ahr human body lay limp and upon the jagged rocks Approach to ing with awe and fear she was ter f rorstricken when she beheld the features of her missing sweetheart The face had decomposed after an exposure of months to the bIttern winter weather but the features re mained and there could be no mis taking the clothingITSaddling a horse she rode intojtown and related her story to ficers of the law An investigation was made which led to the arrest of imtstatement madeto the Court is as followst 1311fAt Lewis May He and I were to be married He was at my fathers house about the 5th of lust OctobelI While at our house he tall a trial which my brother Berry was w j to have for the murder of Howard againstfof this same numhr Berry and Lewis got mad at each other The men till i wont out together I never saw In tcBelloywhat he had and was gone never to of return John Swanson wanted toI marry him but I refused I tol1m him that I would wait for Lewis to come hack Ho told me that I would t never see Lewis alive again and hlI knew what Fie was talking about He was drunkat the time and I paid little attention to what he said A monthafter that I was in the creek looking for a lamb and I came on the decadeOia clothes and what I could see of hi features He had been killed I d Titery Attacked By a Mob And beaten in a labor riot until covered by sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Ar nica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in myfamilywrit ef G J Welch of Teconsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Hartford m Sunflower Philosopher GlteGloo IK8n1 Untie 1 isBrilliant conversationalists are playsty o- man f boots are as hard as ever to get on How a woman enjoys telling other women that her husband thinks she works too hard When a man wants to compliment a barkeepers whisky he doesnt drinkwater after it There is one comparison we never yet heard a man make his first wifes children with his second wifesForgiveness may be divine but there is a state of affairs much more heavenily To be able to get clan without needing it It becomes a matter of economy to have more than one baby one child isnt an infant long enough to wear our the baby buggy When a woman is so old she can not see how much powder she has on without putting on her glasses t in the mirorshe ought to sto using it- When the women see the heroine in the heros arms on the stage when they read in the last chapter in a book that the hero and heroine embracing how they applaud Bu when they see the man next doorI kiss his wife boodby before starting for work how they laugh and wonder lasteMean Man Says Nnvr York FIiiiJ When a girl says a young man i just heavenly he is probably of earthly use Tell a married woman she is a supremelygThe wise virgin never distributes hearteitwasnt women the c nic jobeScandal devils merrygo oundp men who believes there should be a tax on bachelors are all married Some divorces are based upon incompatibility of finances Love generally dies from heart diseaseIt quite impossible to be happy spite of riches When a man has more money thane knows what to do with it stands reason that he isnt married Men are what women make them rand the world is full of masculine foolsThe devil doesnt care how meek a is on Sunday if he can use him the rest of the week Many an estate has an heir of Some people are too conceited to be ealous Every man would be satisfied with his lot if it wasnt for some other fellows is Origin of the Cocktail There has been much curiosity ass the origin of the name cocktail last some one has come forward disputI mteIused strenuous meth disItreating certain disease of the si throat with a pleasant liquidwhich was applied by the tip of a long feather plucked from a cocks tailc1 course of time this remedy came be used as a gargle still retain to g its old name During the course its evolution the gargle gained ost of the present ingredients Jits sugar bitters and so onill- it became the highly esteemed bev H e of today utunawnta Early RisersTho famous little pills I DIVORCESI Morie oIAustralia Combined IRecent exposures of the divorce situation have again brought the Is marriage a failure before the public The fact that San Francisco Los Angeles Kansas City and Seattle count their divorces at the rate of one to every four riages is all the more mmII when it is known that Paris famed for the laxity of its morals records nineteen marriages to every divorce In 1901 Paris had 9404 more marriage than Chicago and 486 less divorces Nor is it only in France that the United States suf fers by co7 parison Europe even with Canada and Australia added falls far short of this country in the total number of divorces granted The statistics complied by the United States Commissioner of La bor show that the increase in the number of divorces granted in this country has been at the rate of 54 per cent a year On this basis those permitted in 1905 will number 48 820 On the other hand recent sta tistics of Great Britain France Ger many Switzerland Belgium Sweden Russia and the Netherlands show that the increase in Europe and 23127gIf therefore the increase has been maintained at 54 per cent a year as every indication would seem to point the United States at the pres ent time issues each year as ninny divorces as Europe Canada and Australia combined Engagedpthat after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Ben yearstdyspepsia complicated witha torpid liver until she lost her strengthand vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitterswhich helped her at once and finally made strongsBro druggist sell and guarantee I them at 50c a bottle m The Boy and His Mother I think that one of the most peculiarly sweet affections is that existing between a big sturdy boy and motherDid ever notice it See with what pride the little woman seems I to regard her boy Appearently she feels as safe under his care as if he were a giant hero And see with what tenderness though awkwardly and in the presence of others timidly he caresses herShe seems to say Here is my joy and maybe my protector and support in years to come And he This is my dear little mother I am going to do great things for her when I get to be a The boys may tease me for kissing her and really Id rather they didnt see me do it but I love hera heap better even than she thinksHe not always prompt in obedience to her commands but I doesnt worry for she knows that 11 she only has to convince him that she is trusting him and her wishes be complied with willI She is patient and considerate tender and strong Such a boy will never break his mothers heart She seems to feel of this Only such a boy can have such a mother Only such a mother can have such anon I take off my hat in respect love and admiratian for them both In them lies the hope of the nations IeThisMountain Route Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season visit this great resort Low round- trip rates liberal limits Handsome descriptive literature furnished free I For rates map folders etc call on nearest Ticket Agent or address T G Matthews T P A Room j 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J Digests what you OBI CODS MIND CHANGES To Meet the Worlds Conditions Declares President Hyde of CollegeI i Rev William Dewitt Hyde Presi j dent of Bowdoin College delivered a sermon to Yale students recently that interested them deeply Mr Hyde said in part i God is changing His mind all rim about the world because He is a liv ing God and the world is fi changing world The original Prohibitionists got their message from God nai wrote it into the constitution of some States But where are they now God has left them and they are fighting n losing battle Yet the original Prohibitionist dos a brave man and a better Christian than the indifferent priest and Levite 1 who cared not Settlement workers understand the problem better and are laying ing on us the harder task of provid viding better ways of enjoyment than indulgence in drink That pro gram is infinitely greater than pro hibition ever dreamed of God is moving on while prohibition has been standing still And so with the race question The abolitionist proved himself a Christian and the the re constructionist didn goodwork i But we are coming to understand the delicacy of the situation as they did not and we are working to up lift the ignorant white and black menAnd so of the Christian ministry Some of our theological semina ries are nearly empty God is calling us to go forward The demand is for men who can interpret to men and women the meaning of human life men whQ can be spokesmen of the social conscience who can holdI up the purity and integrity of the family at the point where it is sub jected to strain V When the church shall come to understand what sort of minister it I wants there will be no lack of our best endowed young men to volunteer for service for God And then the pulpit orator and theological warhorse will pass into oblivion God never gives his final and complete Clearrlalnal LOUdnrlvnhd Musicalrlll A ttructlvo lnlxlxlxlnlX xIx xn11N- Ii i25CxIIWII IIIIIIIx message to any man at one time never more than a rough outline at first The troubo with the consci entious man who sets out to save souls and the tnulitional minister that ho cares more for his program than to follow Gods loading Practical Poultry Points your fowl stud young old IIeep wholly unprolitablo to as well as hens eat a lot of food and no cock is necessary ox ecept during the liatchingseason Grade your eggs as to size it im proves the sample and cotise uontly the price thelor type eggs and but few of them They are also large eaters and poor rang ers Close feathered medium sized hens of the Leghorn type an none sitters good rangers and great lay elSIcosts as to keep n hen that lays eighty eggs in till year as one that lays KM Fowls should not bo fed near the door of your dwelling house or they will stand about all day looking fur food Fowls roosting in trees and open buildings seldom lay many eggs and those they do lay are often laid astray and lost The Weight of Hats What do you suppose this hat weighs said tIll liattertaking up n fine S top hat of silk About a pound the patron ha zarded Onln little over a quarter of a pound Five ounces to bo precise No good hat aid the hatter runs over four or five ounces nowa daysThis white felt hat it is worth 25 weighs loss than an ounce This new 5 derby hat weighs four twoltoIt pays a man tllolnakc the weight an important consideration in of a hat for n hat isI inIjuriousto a minimumj But few people have any concep tion of Floridas extent Jackson MADE to 100 Disc to 65 IIvoolJl and solos quartettes t oho It Is an ondloss source of amusement I1 y XI In1 t is S 1 II nx x Ix 1Il IMINI Mi isI11IIx11111N111x1I II x1Ir1I1111 II Ix IN IIIII II II U II INI II xxlll lxl vIle is about as far north of IIas it is south of Charlotte N t about as far north of Key West is south of Danville Va Igmi tif the extent of Florida teat mutiny amusing mistakes It tover 21 hours to go from 1oivi to Miami A land from end of Florida to the other is a as from the Lakes to the Guli 1 citizen of Maine who makes IIi mind to go South may get on cars and pa through Maine Hampshire Massachusetts Con icut New York New Jersey I vlmnin Delaware Mniylaml District of Columbia and fur Virginia When he has done td hits taken no longer ride tlui could have taken by an equnlh reel line from one Florida tai another An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which ur country is now and has been mu for the past decade of years natrb- ringstodtesurfacenutnerousscim of the gctrichquickchuackr benefit only the promoters of six the expense of innocent investor In this age of genuine prost with every legitimate business l ing wages high work in nbundir giving employment to all wjlltrv earn and products of the farm hr- tag best rites there is little llrtexcuse for one not to join the ar of moneymakers The firs and safe investment t make is to become n render of CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the grr and most reliable newspaper in United States With the facts tr and information gleaned from its r umns one may become well quihf to reach out and secure his shrc profit that always accrues from inn meats intelligently made v The WFEKLV ENQUIRER costs ln one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dul lass for a year The DAILY ENQfim 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars year- Without the aid of a first class newspaper success in any enterpns becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEnquirer Coropapr Cincinnati Ohio Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam SoreThroatAmerican Pharmacal Co MIg Chemists Evansville Indr Grand Prlzo St Louis7 1904U1 Columbia fmjraphophones TALKING MACHINES IBESTMachines7e50 Machines 12 t ofaInstrumental Inspiring IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIItIII COLUMBIAGold Records oB RIChE C nptlvhtlnjc outYQurn- uROHonunt D ellllhtful Superior xylub4xPNpMnn I nlq- N 125J 1 INII II S x xx1I11I1xIIx1I1I RECORDS7Inohper dozen10nch 1 each 10 per dozenGrand Opera Rccordry nnuJQ In 10lnch discsonly s2 euchISend for latot oataloprce of nrachlnoaWo have all tto a1dcordanowea popular like In hotl styles ofIrooorda u cyllndors and discs I CompanyH7II90 Grand Prlzo rllrLouis 1ftO4 1 J r H r r r 1 ODD RAILROAD WRECKS t Some Curious Accidents Whic- Cannot Be Account ed ForIIAn old railroad most equally experienced in the navigation and management of large steamers were seated in the winter office of n local company discussing the vicissitude of railroad and steam boat operation in the winter und swapping remniscences as they toas ted their shins befofe the big radia torThe talk gradually worked around to the wreck on the Boston and Maine Railroad at Durham N H 1 J short time ago and the steamboat man said that he preferred traveling by water as the safer means ol transportation Well said the old railroad man I feel just the other way about it I dont look for broken or spreading rails near so much when the weath i er is cold as I do along in March when the frost is coming out of tiw ground and the upheavals throw the rails out of plumb almost anytime Then look out Ive see some mighty bad wrecks the cause of which could never be given e Some mighty queer mishaps occur on railroads sometimes Ire member once a few years ago in f fact it was when Gov Dingley occu i pied the chair at the Statehoure that there was a queer wreck on tit isroad from Brunswick to Lewiston a The train warmade up of a bg Icar a smoker and a passenger car and Gov Dingley wns in the passen ger car The train was bowling along at about twenty miles an hour t r when all at once the passenger car broke away from the rust of the train jumped the iron and went skidding along over the ground alongside the track The car did not tip over and neither passonger nor car were injured The rest o train backed up and the passengers in the derailed car got aboard the train and went on to Lewiston hav ing been delayed only 15 minutes The people didnt know what caused k the car to leave the irons and to a person not accustomed to inspect ing railroad tracks the rail appeared I to be in good condition but I saw where the outside rail on the curve r should have been a little higher hit n the inside Itwns lower and the car had just jumped the iron and kept on going on its course One of the strangest things J cv er saw on a railrpad wasone time at n junction down near Brunswick The train was bound up to Augusta and was goinjfalong al a good rate of speed when it struck the switch where the other Une started for Bath Instead of keep 1 ing on its course with its feHowsone of the big drive wheels on the en gine took the rail for Bath and star ted down that track breaking clear from the engine The train kept going i n its original course but that x big wbeelwas rolling of on a tang ent towards the shipping city Well said the steamboat man I saw a rather queer thing happen on a railroad once myself I was on the Buckeport branch and there was one curve dowp there below r South Orrington where the track came pretty near doubling on atself Well we were going down one morning going at a fair rote of speed when all at once I noticed i car wheels alongside the track r The train was made up of a number of freight cars an accommodation car and a baggage car Some of i these freight care had been cut out of the middle of a train and toppled qver the bank leaving the engine and the other cars on the track The train was equipped with emer gency brakes and of course the cars were immediately brought toa standstill Then the engine backed up and made connections and the t train proceeded to Bucksport One of the strangest mishaps I ever saw on a railroad nnppened to a train I was riding on bound from J Augusta to Bath said the old rail troader This waS a good many when the engines were not built as they are today andsuch an occurrence now would be a wont filer of the age We had been going along at a good rate of spcgdwhen train suddenly carte to a stop lmIknew we were not near any sta tion so I went ahead through the Jbaggage car to the engine to see sLwhat was the matter Well sir thtrdrixewh Lilone side of that r THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL AmerIememinently the most girl in hlbringing mothers cant be IctIvclop nil their nat ural clmrms to the utmost epochofis the change fro- mmaidenhood to Itinvolvesbody stud manifests itself In the nery out disposition at this time Nervous or women are afforded the opportunity of a lifetime for the maters of Ir Tierces Favorite Prencriptlon now notbecentury remarkable and uniform cures thedllltaMlnewttnlncdlhrproprietor of Dr fierce now feel war routed in nfrerltiR to Syoohtlegal money of the United States for ca+c of Ieu corrhfn Female Weakness 1rolapsus or railing of the Womb which they cannot reasonablef fIoJlarollIJIrdvlOold11JoItIICIII bdbeallhtreated by the hell doctors III Macon They all wW I had womb and ovarian trouble 1 uttered untold agony every mouth and oxen withed that 1 could die- I am Mill taking your medicine I know thai melldna hsa wtsTl y life Ilid I can never pots It enough words cautic1 rxprcta I will serer forget rout lendRddcc- As n tonic for women who are nervous sleepless wornout end rundown Pa write Prescription Is unequaled For constipation the true scientific cure Mildhannlelscompare wrath them engine lay in the snow alongside the track still connected with the en axlesewhich were nearly six inches through offtshort The engine was still on the iron and did not appear to be injur ed any other wtty We got word to Brunswick and were towel in to Brunswick after a few hours wait Yes said the old railroad man queer things happen on the roads sometimes and it is hard to account for many of the accidents that oc uncef this is certainly true in railroading But its a great life and only oldage will make a man give it up after lie had been long in the service Catarrh a Disease of The System Poruna Cures Catarrh Whorovor Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu rableonlybyasystematictreatmentA aim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then ca tarrh disappears Then catarrh is permanently cured If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at oncie to Dr Hart man giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Coloin bus Ohio To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific Hy or Iron Mountain Route frqm St Louis Cairo orMemphis Great ly reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other western States Great oppor tunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every mst and third Tues days of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now In effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louie via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Saturday to California without change Descrip tive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton I Bldgrlfluisville Ky tf Man in the Year 6000 B C The length of time man has been knoWn toinhabit this earth has been proved to be 8000 years A M menlirieau has issued the first volume of the history of hisexcavations j at Abidos the sacred residence of t 1 1 1 u Osiris Here he has found prehis toric tombs and from their contents hlknows that they date back 8000 years Fortunately for the explorer the Egyptian of that day thought of death as a state so closely allied to life that he would have need of all the necessities and comforts he had used here Consequently these were placed beside him in his tomband from them the nineteenth century explorer can tell how the people of the year 0000 B C lived what they ate how they dressed and whpt was the range of mind and civilization in that ancient time Cereals like wheat and rye prove the agricultural tastes of these peo ple Date stones evidenced the growth of the palm Ox and ga zelle bones show that these men were not vegetarians Decorative instinct was then alive for there are many specimens of ornaments which show skill beads metal brace IJt1teryornament show that at first this art was practiced before the knowledge of the potters wheel and after ward with its aid The furniture was found only in fragments for the most of the wood had rotted away but the ivory legs of sofas remained and are a valuable find They show that the hippopotamus whose tusks formed these legs were hunted by these early Egyptians But one illustration shows us how near these people were akin to the people of today This is the discovery in one of the tombs of what must have served as a babys nursing bottle in that faraway time and i lace It is an earthen vase with a hole in the side into which a bit of cloth could be inserted that the ba by might draw milk from the Vase The ivory and wooden instruments which were used to color the eyelids and brows red and black so that the eye might appear larger tell us that vanity is at least 8000 years old Llko Finding Money Finding health is like finding mon eyso think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like WC Barber of Sandy Level tfa He says J had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicinejn the world At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free m sit yIED JOY TIFF Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scott s Emulsion a short time ago As a tfule we dont use or refer to testimonials lin addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are imade so often in connec titJn with Scotts Emulsion tt iat they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak development restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We wiUMnd you a sample fret thefoamTbuySCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St if Y SOc Md SI allIItugl3sts WONDERFULCA VESt Hiding Places of Outlaws of the Indian Territory Jim Friday a desperate negro out law was the terror of the Arbuckle Mountains for many years but was finally hanged at Ft Smith Ark In 1882 for the murder of a man and his wife near Ft Arbuckle He first murdered tho husband and carried the wife away to a cave nearby and here forced her to re main until he grew tired of her and then murdered her The bones of both victims were taken in a b9X be fore Judge Parker and a jury and when Friday saw it was no use denying the charge he confessedand told several other deeds still more horrible United States Marshal Mershon who was known as the capturedIMershon knew of other caves in that locality more wonderful than this oneIt appears that outlaws would live in these caves for months at a time and the officers were powerless to dislodge them A man living in Da vis says that he knows of caves with in ten miles of Davis where cattle have been slaughtered and their heads and horns are still there as ev idence in a perfect state of preservation There are nooks and cor ners down there he says where an army of men could hide themselves and unless one knew just where to look he would never find an en tranceIt believed there is a large stream of water running through all of the caves in that vicinity A ranchman says that Honey Creek comes through the caves and offers proof by showing the large springs which gush out of the mountain sidfi just above Turners Falls on Honey Creek Thes6 falls are widely known as the Little Niagara of the Chickasaw Nation and are visited by thousands of people every year The spring is believed to be the king cureall and Indians have made it their health resort for many years Thomas Grant a cattleman and farmer who lives within a mile of the old fort says caves abound in that part of the country and men tions one midway between Elk and Foreman small inland towns that can be seen from the wagon road It is on the very top of a big hill in the prairie and a few feet down it widens out into one vast cavern From all appearances it must bcf a wonderful place This cave is known as dead mans hole from the fact that some years ago the remains of a plan were found there who had been murdered The cave is well ventilated and perfectly dry as far as it has been explored A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breathand all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with stomach trouble for fifteen years and havd taken six jot tles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has entirely cured me The six bottles were tvfirth 1000 to me Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A Womans Alphabet Chlcniro lterewl I will be- Amiable always Beautiful as possible Charitable to everybody Dutiful tomyself Earnest in the right things Friendly in disposition Generous to all needy Hopefuilin spite of everything Intelligent but not pedantic Joyful as a bird Kind even in thought- Longsuffering with the stupid Merry for the sake of others Necessary to a few Optimistic though the skies fall Prudent in my pleasure Quixotic rather than hard Ready to own up- Selfrespecting to the right limit True to my best Unselfish short of martyrdom Valiant for the absent Willing to believe the best Xemplary in conflict Young and fresh in heart Zealoustomake the best of lifer r I 3 a I The 00 Kind You Have Always Bought and which n has been j in use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of and has been mado under Ills sonal supervision since Its iii pcrIAllow no ono todeceive youlu All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops nud Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhwa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy surd natural sleep The Childrens Pnuacco Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CCNTAUH COMPANY TT MUKHAT TlttCT Hew rose CRY tI lUifi e Harris Positive Pile Cure1 The Biggest Seller of the Age nringdeathwrj cured without the Unite IIAIUIIS POSITIVE PILE TUB will do It Made tie J i Leltchflrld Phariuueal Co line I Jor le hYI tJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky n r TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL j business education can be used every day and is therefore the di A best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course i- nca LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE t We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Banking Slu rthand Typewriting and Actual Business practice Large PatronageCheap Board t- Reasonable Tuition Write for catalogue Address j LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLe IND OR HOPKINSVIUUE KYIn Ilwrrouse Vitf Y 1 1r tr tIJute r m I ubo t = i- rgtuu J uifr rs Isas f ted Q vcr ett i Ionthau the rr ncbllIshould til li patti I1 I sfIto CASTORIATor The Kind You Hay Always Bovglit Bears the- slgaatmo of I v UrkHs good ns theitWit and prices as i cheap as the cheapest Give us your order dud bt convinced ho cM I i JjSrvtatlhOkiftiiraiKeetl i 1 Y a FRmodepudtlveiynNddnd fio sIMAlI 1 w 1 STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS bate beta atiitU In ircCcrttxt toU Mbcn4lM world anundl STEVENS FIREARMSaw add br all rartlaff fnaAt aaj hrdwc dMlen A k them for out mkIndt gmlmg II IMnlt twteanhemetnlgIlugwd Tli tact tint 9ULrrtboul1boxeed lnoJ Send two t Stamps folStereo JIou u C JSTEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL COP O Box 4092 Chicopee Falls Mass USA iii++hi++ +4 +++++I + c F2+++++fCA i FEMAClRA 1 Many remedies for Female Dleeaeepreoathemarket but the only one that bu proven to be an absolute and poeltlre cart tor nil forms of Vemnlt Trouble FEMAcynX AalngU trial will conrloc thf mot skeptical of IU almost ml raeulone cnratlr powen Made only by the LE1TCHFICTD riUl sfACAI CO loc For tale by Jj J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky HHfU II UU + +++U t- e yi Y 4 kidrt t e f J T taar c = =h t l i d I tHatford Republican t luued by the Hartford rnlill hlng Company iNCOBPniUVED v E HnITllFdllor rEEXnocCombo nnd 34 Ourrh 1vr11FRIDAY MARCH 17 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR HEPJIKSEXTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD ron COUNTY JUliOx W B TAYLORa FOR COUNTY COURT CIEIIK f W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I K M WOODWARD FOIL SIIEHIFF R B MARTIN FOR JAI1EK OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SU1ERINTE WENT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE ron ASSESSOR d SAM W LEACH ron SLR1 EYO- RNATHANIEL MOXLEY ron CORONER JEROME ALLEN yon MAOISTKATK We are authorized to announce JOHN 11 KIIUITZ n a candidate forth omen of Jlnglt trnte of the Cromwrll district subject to then r tlonof the Republican party We are anthorlieil to announce MACK COOK im n candidate for the office of Magistrate of the Cromwell district subject to the action of Yet jiulillcun party We are authorized to announce W P MIL I Ell horse Drnncb as a candldntu for the ot ace of Magistrate ot the Cromwell dletrleteub Ject to the action ot the Republican party E IMPORTANT DECISION The decision of the Court of Ap- P peals which gives to Fayette county the jurisdiction to try James Alex and Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan for the murder of James Cockrill marshall of the town of Jackson Breathitt county in 1902 marks an f important step in the progress ofI lawabiding citizens of the State to redeem from the depths of legal prostitution to which corrupt meth ods and clique rule has precipitated a growing and prosperous section of Kentucky The facts concerning the crime for which a county Judge andc member of the State Democratic Committee an exState Senator and Inprivate citizen all three broth j ers and the sheriff of Breathitt r county are in the Fayette county jailawaiting trialare brief but without parallel 1 James Cockrill was shot to death in the streets of Jackson while in a the performance his duty as a public official the shots being fired from a window by assassins concealed in the court house itself Whatever may have been the motive for the crime or whether it was in a measure justified by some previous act of the victim or his kinsmen against the perpetrators the fact that it was committed by murderers concealed in the one place that should have been a frowning fortress of opposiB tion to all crime sent a thuill ror throughout the State and theTNation and in less than 21 hours telegraph wires had told the fright ful story throughout the world Kentucky was pilloried by public opinion as having confirmed anew her right to the unenviable name of the dark and bloody gr undIHardly had the blood of man dried upon the streets where he fell when smother more eminent in the public mind than his unfortunateb predecessor but slain the cowardice sank to death in the door 01 way of the same court house shot from behind and the assassins walk and t od from the place unmolested and in open daylight while across the aM street sat the county judge and the highsheriff in plain view of the corpse and under the shadow of the one very temple of justice that IJUI IWiso damnably defiled The feeling of horror that followed the death of Cockrill was crystalized 1maRvictims marked for slaughter and no hope of redress or punishment in the courts of Breathit Other crimes foil weJ too numer I ous to mention unquestionably incident to these assassinations such as the chasing away of important wit nessesthe burning of a chief witness property procurements of promis es of silence under threats of death or exile Curtis Jett Tom White and Britton were arrested through cies not connected with Breath courts convicted and given life terms in the penitentiary charges that they were the men v1 actually fired the shots that accomplished these dastardly crimes Ai then rumor began industriously circulate the report that others hig er up than Jett or White or Britton and with more at stake and deeper motive were the real assassins t men who inspired the bloody dee and furnished the incentive by the paymentjjf money and promise of immunity from punishment for p crimes Little by little the terrib story was completed and at its conclusion Judge James Hargis exSe- ator Alexander Hargis Elbert Ha gis Ed Callahan and others stood a cused by public report of being ti instigators of the crime IIarethe Lexington jail in which Caleb Powers was incarcerated immediate ly after his arrest for alleged com plicity in the Goebel assassination They will be tried by a jury of Fayl ette county citizens impartially and fairly selected That the crime th instigation of which they are charg ed with being responsible is atrocious as any that marks t pages of the States history thereJ can be no question but that is no reason why they should n9t be as fair and impartial trial as any ot er citizen regardless of politic faith or station jn life is entitled t- It will not be a miss to note that no 100000 has been placed at the disposition of the prosecution to insure convictionof these parties neither should there be If they are guilty of the offense charged they will be convicted without the corrupting influences of money and if not guilty it would be a blot on the fair name of our I proud Commonwealth to punish them IT is reported that the Czar wass just about to start a telegram to Kuropatkin summoning him home he learned that the GeneraliEwas coming Jiomesky without a tl summJnsIIA DILL to encourage matrimony- is pending in the Illinois Legislature- If the Legislature would only re allaJohann Hock it would no doubt that such a bill is not needed AN Illinois College Professor is working on a substitute for tobacco- If it is not made of air or somethingB about as cheap it cannot replace the real article AN American heiress who rejects European Count and marries her lawyer furnishes unmistakable propwthat the lawyer Argues his case well Pleasant Entertainment ancyeIentertained the following young people at her home Saturday even ing Messrs Will Moore Jas San derfur Ira Bean Arch Lewis and M DeWcese and Misses Mary Martina Bennett Iaryw Burnett and Carrie W rnerbl evening was spent in a wa delighted all Light refreshmentse were served at 11 oclock BANK ROBBERYJ The Bank ot Benton Relieved of 4000 Burglars Es I caped on Hand Car 1SExpertboBank of Benton last night blew iti the vault doors used nitro I glycerine to blow oil the safe doors Is secured 4000 They left a lot i hThe1leftwith brush Tracks indicated that large man and one small manU burglarsThey river into Illinois ago Chiefof Police Collins of Paducah telephoned this afternoon that he tohead IIAtfeeBentonmoneyTheriiptuir All low is fully cmen InIinsurance jC BAR MEETING i On Learning of the Death SHSheriff and Attoney T Stevens iIIAt a meeting of the members of OhittI Hartford Ky March 16th 190 onHon T F Birkhead was on motio- o made thairman and E G Barrass fudir thhe i nounced to the chair and meeting and the chairman appointed J E Tadscommittee retired and reported t following resolutions i AIIer midst and association by death our memberlrBe it therefore resolved That in the loss of Mr Stevens the bar ha lost an honorable faithful an courteous member the communit Y has lost an upright citizen a fait ful and broad minded neighbor an friend the family of the has lost a model husband and kind ever indulgent father Be it further resolved That thee bar and officers of the court extend our kindliest sympathies to the grief anherespect to the memory of the de ceased adjourn the present tour baronhll IIservices at the late residence of the deceased in a body at eleven oclock this day Be it further resolved That a copy of these resolutions be furnished to the family of the deceased to the newspapers in this town and that the same be spread upon the order books of this court J E FOGLE G B LIKENS Com H P TAYLORrOn motion the above resolutions were unanimously adopted and the mass meeting was adjourned T F BIRKHEAD ChmnIG BARRASS Secy the Hartford Mill Go t Has to Sell All kind of Flour and Meal kinds of mixed and ground 3 Feed Also Seed Oats and Hay Anything you need in Building Material Spindle and Scroll work made to order We are pre pared to make any sort 0 odd size window or door All kinds of Builders Hard are and Glass carried inI stock P SFarmers bring us your plow points and have them sharpenedthree for 25c Respy HARTFORD MILL CO ledCircuit Court Circuit Court is still in session I no prospect of completing the properly belonging to this before the last of this There have been fewer cases It disposedof this week than last utII I TT WhattTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble i Its a sign that tho blood is deficient vitality just as pimples and otherU eruptions are signs that tho Impure Iin ithazuw s Sarsaparilla and Pills o is It give new life new cour strength and animation Tliey cleanse tho blood and clear thobl complexion 51rAfter taking Hoods Sarsaparilla W while I could sleep well and tho tired ling bad gone This great medicine hay and teRoos10oodsand koops thopromlsoI I Ayerslone dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime preventsi- o night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A Cherryn Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years PeetaralInmftmllrtnreluhtyears I ShelbrAlh In r llM i heAll drnarLUf01 Night Coughs Keep tho bowels open with ono of j Ayers Pills at bodtlmo just ono more trials have been had The grand jury reported last Friday that several witnesses who had been sum todappeareach of The pantiesh CrowdeldAwtryIJamcsFerguson W F Condict after a weeks ser vice by request was excused from juryfhis stead Commonwealth vs AI bonddmonwoalth vs Tom Wilson charged with the murder of Will Ford the jury was empaneled and after hearing all the witnesses for the State including each eyewitness to the killing failing to make the charge or any degree of same in legal ver bage a case of self defense was lS tablished and at the conclusion of the Commowealths witnesses on 4 motion of Commonwealths Atttor Ben D Ringo the prosecution prejudicesMessrs J A King and A F 4 Jones were empaneled as petit jurors 4 place of S L Fulkerson and Ream Smith who were excused + The grand jury having completed its business adjourned Tuesday af 4 moon There were IS indictments return ed by the grand jury at this term of 4- court classified as follows Murder 4 selling liquor on Sunday G unlaw fully keeping open baron Sunday 1 purjury 1 tilling liquor to a minor 19 injuring rlVestate 1 unlaw fully selling liquor 5 carrying con gealed weapon 3 fornication 8 unlawfully shooting at another with 1fjury trials have eenI disposedof Woodbury Tinsley Fidelity and Casualty Co verdict of 125 in favor of plaintiff J B Mci vs I C R Her lict for der Pendant B F Hudson vs Fidelity I and Casualty Co dismissed settled IWcs Berry vs E H James verdict of jury 00 for plaintilfI 4 Commonwealth vs Bob Por erun able to employ counsel and C M 4 Crowe and E M Woodward ointL to defend and caw is set down for nl todayConunonwealth va I C R Co for failing to provide suitable depot or waiting room at Horse Branch jury found the defendanti not guilty Henry No va R Co agreed order compromis for 1000 and dismissed IThe case of Commonwealth thejCI rial I Death of Miss Grace Park I Miss Grace Park formerly of Beda Ohio county who died at her r home near Andersonville e counfon February 21thI 1903 had a wide circlet of relatives this county She frequently vis in Hartford and to tho friends ho knew her well the shock of her fatal illness and death came as anther merciless reminder that death no respecter of persons neither the young gifted or good Miss Park was a consistent mem iof the Washington M 15 church eI and though her suffering was great approached death knowingly and j a complete realization of its t certainity with the same calmness unswerving faith which in brigh r hours had rendered her conpan c ipso priceless A FRIEND t j Subscribe tot TUG RtruiU AN I E P BARNES BRO Farmers Farmers f The preparation fur spring seeding has begun to demand your attention Plows Harrows Collars Backhands Traces Hames and Bridles sure now on sale in good reliable materials at tho lowest possible prices Owing to tho death of Jl11 Aus tin who has been closely connected with us ill tho Implement business we will have for sale Henry F Hlonnts one and two horse steel Plows Olivers Chilled Breaking Plows Superior Corn Drills and Disk Harrows and there is no implement on the market that bears a better reputation for good service and perfect operation Come to us and wo will take great pleasure in showing to you the merits of those goo- dsFertilizers for the Spring Crops It is a pleasure to make our sumtannual an nouncement that wo sure listributors of tho cele brated Morse Shoe Brands of Fertilizer for nil crop and the Homestead Tobacco Grower tho highest grade of Tobacco Fertilizers on tho market Tho Homestead Tobacco rower is not only good for tobacco hut produces the most satisfac tory results on all crops Use it on all garden products also Cabbage and Potatoes and thu re- t suits will encourage you to its further use ROWS 4 MORTON Centertown Ky Will also carry these goods in stock at their ware- rooms and hereafter will be the solo distributors of these brands of Fertilizers in their immediate territory Beaver Dam Ky TAKE THE REPUBLICAN Ji Its an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good While we lose money T y closing out all Overcoats readymade Suits for men and boys winter Dress GloyesShoesof winter goods You are the Winner i if you come ill and buy at or even pricesDont barour renlernbet to our prices as all credit houses must do We sell for cash audtI save you money The Brown Mercantile Co iiiJconjiioi Ai 1L1 Mclienry Ky A f L 1 I r tVtfW I Fairs Spring News I H q Now Mat our winter stock has been suciliiontly duced wo turn our special attention to spring For thirty days now we have been carefully gathering what information wo could about Spring Fabrics Wo do this in order that wo may give you an intelligent answer us to what will bo worn The results are as follows Woolen Dress Goods The overpopular shirt waist suits will be in the lead Wo find that the material used will bo Mohair lustres Sicillians Panama cloths and light weight Broadcloths Wo have our entire now spring line of these goods READY NOW for you If its a now suit for Easter you would do well to consult us at once Samples sent on request Spring Silks There is no doubt but that Silks will boa favorito for both Suits and Shirt Waists Plain and fancy Taffetas of a chifUm olivet will bo those most sought after Wo have our lino of these goods now ready to show you We would bo glad to have you call or write for samples Wo call your special attention to two good values in lafJittusa Toe quality 10 in ches wide for 59c and U9- cMuslin Underwear Wo have recently added a line of readymado Muslin Underwear such as Corset Covers Skirts Chemise Drovers etc made of select quality of bleached muslin handsomely trimmed with inser tion and embroidery Not the narrow Skirts but cut full Worthy dependable goods Get our prices c Spring Ginghams and Percales Beyond question the prettiest lino wo have over shown Do your spring sewing now before the weather guts warns 50 pieces now Waist styles Gin ghams regular price 121cfor lOc Fifteen pieces 3uihch late pattern Percales at 121c Besides these wo are showing other desirable Spring Goods that should appeal to your immediate attention t Do Your Spring Shoppingi I AT The Bargain Center otI IV J The City Restaurant Cannot allord to be outdone by its larger neighbors in cut ting prices so it oilers the following unheard of bargains for the balance of this year I A 50c Quart of Oysters for Half a Dollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter I A 250Fish Meal for a Quarter A lOt Bowl oO Soup for aPimo A lOc Hot Lunch for a Dime A oo Cup of Coilco for a NickoL A 5c Suck II Hot Peanuts for ft Nickel A fie Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel This is only a painter to the hundreds of bargains as everything goes in the same proportion Come early and avoid the rush t Subscribe Now 4 I JwMttliftiu iWu FRBB TUITION Two Weeks Free Tuition in the Owensboro Business University Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate secures employment Free membership in I IWrate A M FISHER Pres JIWtI alfinN + WJfCJIM ryi y 211iffi Jr I fit lU Har ford RepublLau FRIDAY MARCH 17 Illinois Central RallroadTlmeIi RunudXoNo jrMiilirjop m No P 2a11 im South llniiiiil- So 121 rin + 1101 it ui 111111 Inp SS1 I i in uUI ilurHJDp ID H C Shaver Beaver Dam called to see us Monday Moore d Crabtree have Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale Mrs Prof LN Gray is the guest of relatives in Ohio Rev W N Miller Roxey was a pleasant caller Monday H jC Dever Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Friday John H Davis Taffy was a ve pleasant caller Wednesday Finis Kirtley of Island McLean county called to see us yesterday Go to M T Likens for all kinds of Fild Seeds also Flour Feed and Grain Miss Grace Davidson Glasgowwill arrive today to be the guest of Miss MaryBelle BurnettIJudge J B Howard Fordsville paidus a very pleasant call while at tending court last week Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Why pay 12Jc and 15c for Gin ghams when you can buy Fairs NEW SPRING LINE for lOcIThe Ladies Aukiliary to the Y M C A met at the rooms yesterday af ternoon with a good attendance Mr and Mrs F L Felix and chil dren were the guests of relatives att Greenville Saturday and Sunday Rev Boyce Taylor pastor of the Murray Baptist churcharrived Tuesday to see jiis uncle S T Stevens Miss Hettie Reynolds is in Eastern cities studying new styles in millin cry and purchasing millinery goods for Fair Co Mr Wayne Griffin and family left Wednesday for Elkton where they will be the guests of friends for a R few days They will return Saturday Mr J W Martin and Mr Lee H Iiimelnew spring goodsUMrs Rev Jo B Rogers of Spring field IIIanel brother Mr IL J Barnett Union City Tenn former ly of Ohio county are the guests of j 1 their brother Mr J B Barnett Los Angeles Cal I 0 o 11sessionding Drs J S Smith S D Taylor and S J Wedding being present J + T Bennett and J P Rowe i 1examinedCapt W M Foreman has resum ed the and freight traffic between Hartford and Evansville Ia since the breaking up of His boat We Three will makereg Itl1IulSam Reid of color has a well de1 hisehometo his home under a strict quarantine but before it became effective many people were exposed and a general spread of the disease may bo the result Miss Bessie Bir and Mr Hubert Stanley were united in marriage at the residence ofRev E W Coakley IITuesdayofficiating The contracting par ties are popular in the social circles of Beaver Dam where they both reside THE REiUDUCAN extends best wishes i Mrs Sarah E McDaniel died at i her home at Rockpor Tuesdaymorn- ing Her remains were interred in I9 the Hopewell cemetery Wednesday 1II in the presence of a large circle of 81ielShe had read the Bible through GO times and was nearing the 67th at fI her death I sA i Go to M T Likens for Seed Pota1 toes j Something new every week in Fairs 5c and lOc basement D B Bartlett Westerfield was a very pleasant caller Monday The neweSt things in White Goods for Waists are found at Fairs Dont pay big prices for Embroid eries when Fairs new spring line is so muchcheaper Bring your Eggs Chickens Geese and Ducks to M T Likens Hart ford He will pay you cash Mrs Francis Taylor Russellville arrived Monday to be at the bedside of her brother S T Stevens Look through Fairs 5c and lOc basement You will be surprised to see what nickels and dimes will buy Have you seen Fairs new Mohairs Sicilians and Panama Cloth They are the new things in Spring Dress Goods How can you do ittis the ques onerybargain basemement Miss Nancye Smith who has been visiting friends and relatives here for the past two weeks returned to her home at Fordsville yesterday Our New Water Mill No 2 is now open for business Will be glad to have our old customers and as many new ones to call and see us Bring your Wool We guarantee satisfaction Thanking you for past favors J W FORD Elsewhere in TilE REPUBLICAN will be found the announcement ofI Mr W P Miller for the office ofI Magistrate of the Cromwell Magisterial district subject to the action the Republican party Mr Mil lives at Horse Branch and is far miliarly and well known over the district He is a staunch Republican and a good honest upright citi zen and if nominated and elected t fiscal affairs of the county willt be well looked after and properly protected in so far as it will lie in his power to do so The following persons have remembered us in an agreeable way concerning subscription since our last issue Mrs G L Brady Irv- ington Ky H C Dever Sulphur Springs Iris Render Matanzas Mrs Baird Beda William Brown Hartford D B Bartlett Westerfield L Canon Drakesboro Henry L Martin Aiiyiui Mines J H Davis Taffy R McHenry Brandon and Westerfield Reynolds J i Brown Render J C Liles Beav itC erDamW C Overhulta Branch J A King Cromwell W P Horse Branch and J B I hell Olaton I i I Spring Greeting I q Spring is just blooming So is our stock of Cloth J 4 49 ing Shoes Hats and Furnishings We have now it 4V opened a large line of Suits formen wjiieh fire made jj 49 in tho latest spring styles and colors Nothing can jj 4V beat our nobby brown Suit which we have in doub jj 49 le bseasted and military cuts This will be all the by 4V go thissummer Anyone who has jvorn our Ster i ling Clothes will tell you that they fit and wear as = 49 well as any tailormade Suits which you pay 25 per 49 cent more for the salve Wo guarantee these Suits tCi bit C9 bit 4 J elegantbit 4 1 j 1250 Torelsewhere We can also give you a nice bit D mixturecolor Suit that would surely appeal to you bit 4 for 000 and up bit 4 Min Wens Furnishings EtbitA SWELL SHOE made in al- lleathers I cf and qstylesan mis is ONE i1fI PRICE 350 8 Our America j Gentleman Shoes for bit men are classod rShoeaet Every pair is = guaranteed bit Our latest Hats in = Brown and Black a bit Hat that everyone i admires will make b youlook perfect with J thejStyle These wo are selling at 125 150 and i 175 each We have Also received la ge and el tR3 is now on sale If you want a nice neat Shoe one bf that will fit your foot and ismade of good material fiI at a low prig dont purduue elsewhere until OUt have seen ours J bitIh b yi rq Sam Bichb vbsMHartford n 9YYYYV9 YYYYY MARTIN LONG At the Economy Store BIG OPENING ON0 Saturday April L 1905a The above late is the time sutfbr our Spring Opening and Exposition of Mil linery Goods Dress Goods Clothing Shoes and Laities and Gents Furnishing Goods also a nice line of Carpets Rugs Mattings Taco Curtains and almost ev er thing that will make your hones look nice in the good old springtime We Drill carry a big lime of Shoes from tits Peters Shoe Co who took tho premium at the great Worlds hair also from Sejz S llmbCo Chicago Wo have just re ceived a ndw lino of tho latest styles in Neckweamfor ladies which you will find not only attractive but cheap Still Selling at Actual First Cost Remember wo still have big bargains for you in the stock purchased from Mrs Sara Collins Smith Wo can and will sell you those goods at actual first cost This stock comprises many eltvuniit article just as good null useful as they over here and the saving to you in price is a big considiration We invite tho limners to bring us their Wgol Feathers and Eggs for which wo will pay the highest market prices Wo ask the public to call and inspect our stock for big values Wo want your trade find will lose Ito opportunity to got it Remember our opening and be sure to bo presort on Saturday April 1 MARTIN LONG Hartford Ky 1 II p trtet TUarraoaraCNtwNk u d r r f 11IvI WOMEN ALL PEEPED r 1Slgn For Men Only a Sure Wa to Attract the Ladies I Vvw Orleans Tlniml uocrnt I witnessed rather interesting scenes or I should say a series of events in front of a certain vet 1 known business house the other day said the man who keeps an eye open for the curious happenings of the day and it presents one of the interesting phases of the average womans temperament There was a large pasteboard funnel placed in the show window of the business place The small end of the funnel was placed toward the street and I there was an opening just about large enough to accommodate the eye On a placard around the opening was written in bold letters For Men Only The large end of the funnel ran back about eighteen inches or two feet By pressing thee e against the glass of the window at the opening in the small end you could see what was on the inside What was it A shy little woman came along stopped and glanced a the sign She looked around up and down the street and then start ed on But she could not leave with out glimpsing into the funnel Thinking she was not watched she made a bold dash for the show window pressed the eye against the glass and beheld all there was to see Her ears reddened somewhat as she hurried away from the win dow What had she found in the funnel Directly another woman came along went through nearly the same routine blushed smiled and hurried along r saw at least a doz en women go up against the same game and in each case the woman seemed to make an effort to keep from peering into the funnel But they could not resist the sign For Men Only It was simply another case of the womans curiosity The ruse was clever and attracted more women than would have been reached by some duller plan No there was nothing shocking to be seen The house was simply exploiting a cer tain kind of artificial legand I guess this is why some of the shy women blushed a bit behind the ears when they read the advertisement A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn o heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tuckereditor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family forIiles cots and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Sentence Sermons Practice is prayer Piety never parades itslf The selfsatisfied need to be short sightedThere are no wolves in the empty sheepfoldA may be measured by the things he seeks You cannot hoodwink heaven with a holy aspect Love gives no license to dispense with courtesy They who walk with God do not walk away from men He can bear a great trust who can bear little trials It is better to lose your joys than to escape his sorrows It is slow work getting rich in grace at a penny a week A veneer of religiosity has none of the virtue of religion- It d takes less than two half truths to make a full sized lie Men are not drawn tothe church by using the creed as a club Its a poor religion that lets the prayer meeting hide the poor jPloasantd Harmless i to cure aJ cough One Minute Cough Cure f cuts the mucus draws the inflammation t out of the throat lungs and fbranchial tubes heals soothes and I cures A quick cure for Croup and I Whooping Cough Sold by Z Wayne t Griffin R Bro m IMineFire 47 Years Old 1 I President Lewis Uurt A Riley of the f Lehigh Coal and Navigation company in his annual report makes at number of statements of public in t terest One of the companys mines k e n ear Tarn cqua hss been on fire 47 years Regarding the efforts now subterrancayn A portion of the outcrop of th Mammoth vein in this locality has been on fire since 1857 the fire being confined by the water filling th workings below water level and cut offs on the outcrop Before open ing the colliery below water level it is necessary either to extinguish the fire or get it under control During the past year efforts have been made with this end in view which have met with a large measure of success A boiler plant and pumping ma chinery have been erected on the bank of the little Schuylkill river at Tamaqua for the purpose of pump jag water to the level of the out crop A branch of the Panther Creek Railroad has been extended nearly two miles to reach the out crop and more holes have been put down at various places there were indications of fire The fire is being extinguished by washing fine coal dirt through bore holes on the fire and filling up the vacant spaces so as to cut off the air sup plyn Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got oft cheap who after havingcantractedI constipation or stilli able to perfectly restoreilis Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache con stipation etc 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin Bros drug store guaran teedmWomens Red Noses Doctors are constantly telling ust how much the veil worn by woman has to answer for in affecting the eyesight causing the eyelashes to grow inward but this is not the worst effect Dr Rosenbach whot has given much time to the study of erythrorhina or a persistent redness of the tip of the nose gives out the statement that it is due to the use of a veil This condition of the nose is seen frequently among worn en who have a delicate complexion and never among peasants whose skin is not so easily affectedeThis Burlin authority found that the redness was most marked when the veil rested closely against thef nose When the veil was abandon ed the reddess in most cases disap peared Although veils arq seemingly soft to the touch the threads carof irritating the sensative skin of the nose and cheek against which the veil rubs In winter the evapo ration of moisture from the nose isIapt to moisten the veil which exactly like a wet CDmpressIThe shape of nose slightly altered by the pressure of 1ofwhat anaemic and drives the blood r to the the fpointtering a warm room the abnormal p distribution of the blood becomes in tensified unless the veil is quickly removed A delicate skin anda ca- tarrhal state of the nose act as predisposing causes By the Tonic RoutefThe pills that act as a not as a drastic iirge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin R Bro m When Woman is Cnadwickian What mighty ills have not been j1Athe foot you cannot get rid of either without painSanscript proverbu A shameless woman is the worst of to menYoungA and an evil ish threehalfpence worse than the de- vlEnglish proverb The horseleach hath two daughters us carrying Give givePraverbsfl xxx 15 It is vain to watch a really bad woman Italian proverbs I Oh woman woman when to ill thy mind Is bent all hell contains no fouler fiendaHomer Popes translactiontJ A wicked woman is a magazine of evilsLatin proverbs He who trusts a woman and leads an ass will never be free from plagueFench proverb r1a EXCITEMENT CAUSES JAGS Emotionalism Is as Intoxicate ing as Strong Drink eY8 in my opinipn it is quite pos sible for a man to become intoxicat ed in moments of great excitement and sometimes a man will become just as drunk as he would if he emptied the contents of a gallon jug said the observant man though it is from my observation very rare to find a man who wil lose control of his legs in cases of to sort Crowds with the excitements that go along with these gatherings the noise and hurry and all that kind of thing will make some men drunk just as readily as booze We have known the same condition to b oedistances in the dizziness experienc ed for instance by some persons i reaching the top of high buildings Seasickness in my judgment is drunkenness Have you ever stood close to a railroad track while a pas senger train whirled by at full speed understand ful Thefnoise and swift motion of the train intoxicated you for the moment and ItnpIidlsame effect on some persons The temperament of the person of course j has much to do with the degree of drunkenness resulting from these conditions The crowd is probably most prolific source of drunkenness of the kind I have reference to Few persons can escape some sort of intoxication in a crowd The nlst sedate persons imaginable willshow symptoms and you will find tin condition to exist no matter the character of the hatICrowds in the streets will cause We find it in the ballroom gatherings are not exempt I have seen preachers noted for their se date courtly and dignified bearing drunk with the excitements and fine emotionalism of some big religious gathering No doubt almost everyman can recall many instances of the of intoxication I have been dig cussing Excursions Over Illinois Central Presidential Inauguration Cere monies Washington D C March 1 1905 the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver to Washington D C for 1940Dates of sale March 1 2 and 3 905 Limited to March 8 1905 forI except that original purchaser may secure an extension of limit to leat Washington not than March 18th 1905 by de- ositing ticket with Joint Agent atI Washington not later than March 8thI and payment of fee of 100 at timeI of deposit Sentence Sermon IlD1raRa Trltiunei Heaven does not stop to consult vogue before it picks out a man You cannot blame a bag of wind for steering clear of pointed facts Habit may become one of our best allies as well as one of our worst enemiesHalf n evil eye can see more iniquity than the whole of an innocent oneA man must be short on character when he has to assert himself by clothes The man who hates to see another I is certainly safe from catching Pupcarry his load The men who have lifted the world never been too great to touch it with their hands Some people never pray forgiveI our debts except when is being taken Its a queer mind that persuades itself it is working for the Lord when it is only working the F churches The great trouble with many a church is that it is more anxious steam that runs to its whistle about that which runs its works CASTOElXAStan theus Kind You Han AlursBoKM Blgnitu TO BRIDGE GREEN RIVER Structure To Be Built at Mun tordsville by Private Company The people of Hart county are to have a bridge across Green river at Munfordsville Threefourthof the stock is already subscribed and near ly all of the remainder required has been promised The stockholders met and elected n Board of Directors The board is composedof GenI S B Buckner W B Craddock C J Walton George D Mentz Jas T Crutcher D J Woodland J B BUCkS ner vice president and George D Mentz secj story The bridge when completed will nearlyrns county The fornBuckner Nothingwill cwt Indigestion that the food and give the stomach a rest It isnt necessary to starve yourself in order to rest DyspepsiaCureall the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takes a rest ThisIentitled cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin tC Bro m wdlefor0arCONFIDENTIAL PAYjndIMMEDIATI ItglteMtu at 605807 7th SI WASHINGTON D C Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For lUJlrTJO Price oooluA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back lfltfall Trial Dottle free OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the W HEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer cx ceptional inducements to someone I who commands a I horse and wagon andIcan devote his to sales of our productI Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca- pableof development into a permanent I and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson Mfg CoI72 and 74 Wabash Met CIIICAGO i I AAA4AAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A I M u r r- lfi jj Do You Nt141 41i 41 Printing it i fitI 41 We printiJl Envelopes per 5O100 ti 11ti4j Noteheads per roam of 5UOo 100 Statements per icam of 500 100 A I t K 1111bonds per roam of 500 125 tit Jrescription Blanks pet 1000 lOO i 4 3 LUisinuss Cards Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations it j Circulars DodKurs all sizes of IIan l Dills in fact t 41 evorytliing that is printed in a irstclass print t 4situp I rices lowest Give us your order Work tt bZfiTHE REPUBLICANI 4 b6 yV MMYYcYYYVcSMMYIcYYYA Q rh e i Parsola r I The Modern tonicII dune before ahn1f1I1 will make you feel strnnir andwell PVNoLA has nn equal fur IndicesHnn Drppepaie Canrrh ot the head PhioHt StonMch flowtlj Livt linn Kidneys I IH Grippe Had enerl debility Mode by the 11ETCHFIKLD PilAR J MACAL Co Inc I IJI v jfor free OWncoupon herewith will then tend an on your druggist fullsized bottle wa your drunrUt ourselves for II This li our Rift made to show you what Or Cirtiledii Derma Liver Powder U what It It under Bo obligations whatever No nick one can neglect an offer be to himself The Terr of the offer must convince you that Dr CirUttdts Gcrmin Uicr Powder ltawayifbe well let us at our expense show Dr German Llm Powder sold 25cand SI C St IliHXTT CM SMITH BAR ET f SMITH tax1URNE1 ALT IIAIClVlMCII KY iirnctirtlliflriiriifiMlon In nlltliffriiurl 1pdIINnfCrhiiInnlnnilllrVIILICAX 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Itenk trEanerElPEFtIEN- CE jl Truce MARKS DEttcngVppyAC Anrnn sending a tkrlrh and TIrttnn tn QQtrklr vwtalu our oi frw whether an L A rAmmunteUnnsslddIyeonedentla r Iulriilii taken tbrounb Sluein A Co receive IgKral noiRe without charce In the Scientific American A hnndinnrlr mtral Nl wwklr IArcdelrI h t a tk4DyallnodaIrMUNN lJaocb OfflwOl Y HU WUbIDllon l Ci DCCNDEDItndmodetdrawing ln W rice low to obtain rent mark COUNTRICSCoda line I manrjf andfjltn Htfatmt I ElcialvelyYrlteRU math Itrolpp VnlU4 IUIM rata oats WASHINQTON D C Constipated and Bilious Sufferers order prove absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining to the Liver nnd Kidneys- such as Dypepsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhea and Dysentery of a bilious type we will give you an order your druggist and pay him a bottle of t I Garlstedts German Liver Powder Our proposition We you order lor- a frees and will par free and caDrtairb accept places uch and fair filet Wont you you the way Carlstedts Is In tw sizes S LAW L mil VIII and and Lnr B R UAKTFOUH IIIN nitir will nnil YANCY Will and BO tnlon In to on you I t CUT OUT THIS COUPON I mallIC A f r Mydlscaie Is 11you I a w 1JfOtte fall 44nu Writ 1laITI For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky tI 11MjY 4 tr afy v ra i d IDR FENNERS riioasea of the bladder and Kidneyorgans catarrh heart gravel backache dropsy CurebDont become discouraged There li a cure for you If ticcouary wrllu Or 1enner HolmnnxMilu Ilfctlmocurlui Jllit suchcauasyuurs All consultations FREE Limbs Badly Swollen man folks you can your own lines the by only rent the will the We ellyou say Ky For Theil nnck tlii cents them tJ Dr Tenner Frodonla NY SirAbout years began sofTer with severe pains my back making olllClblo for any work limbs were swollen badly and troubled with affection the heart also ax suppose from trouble had tried several Kidney remedies with satisfactoryI the druggist who your goods hero and be your and Ilackacbe Core had sold for several very succewfully took 4 bottles and the swelling gone limbs and my heart trouble cured have this Remedy large number of my with the same re suit will gladly answer any letter from any one KIMBALL PAUHISH 2S Washington Mich Sold by Druggists cOc and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on tho Kidneys 1REE r RHEUMAtiSMand other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is fmarolou relieving almost instantly Try it and you are not satisfied your money will bo cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky A BUSINESSEDUCATION or young woman who would win success iu life Thi being ii first importance to get your training at the schools that stand the very front rank BRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Socond and Walnut Sts Loulsvlllo Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one special SHORTHAND fit his line Write for book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying 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A good prescription mankind rent uunlocrnlon The llimll bottle 190 l rontnlllI1IOPllly orpjtnr All druggists sell lrUaFa rfw II M Tear ago I to In It Im mo to do My I was an of all coming I Kidney I handler recommended Kidney laying ho It years I has all completely I recommended to a acquaintances A Coldwater I it c it of in a in a beautiful 1 I Nasal CATARRHIn should be clesnllne- isElji Cream Balm eleaniesioothes and heals the diteueil membrane It cure catarrh and drive sway a cold In thatcad pelckly croamBalm U placed Into the nostrils spread over the membrane andls absorbed Belief Ulm mediate and a cure olWws JIll not drylnzdoes not produce sneezing Large Slu B8 cents Drug i eldt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by null ELY BROTHERS 81 warren Street New York OR FENNEilS GOLDEN RELIEF Sit- iiy pain lueldo or out Iu Iruui S to S wlnu- usEVERYBODY I via CLOTHtm WHI1CAINOW- AIMAKEI QUART ION ie SALE BY ALL GROCERS Jhe Amtrican rh mae lC ETan TllleInd I I STEEPLEJACKS TASK Climber Will Cut Down Flagpol 384 Feet in the Air Nw York EvPutocnnl Just as soon as the wind Uoesnt blow too hard up among the clouds Wally Held steeplejack is going up among them and saw down the flag pole that tops the Ann street dome of the lofty Park Row building Held is going to conduct this trivial he calls it trivial carpentry opera tion about 384 feet up in the air Without doubt for the time being Heid will be the most exalted person in New York He can look the Statue of Liberty squarely in the lace Heid shinned up to the top of the pole recently just to look things oyer there was certainly a lotto look over from that point and he admitted afterward that he was never quite so high up in the air before He stayed at the top of the pole long enough to slip down as nonchalantly as a small boy comes down the bannisters Its higher than Ive ever climb ed before said Held to Mr Bacon Superintendent of the Park Row Building but the job is a cinch at that One doesnt get any dizzIer 400 feet up than 100 and if one should fall the dent he would make in the sidewalk wouldnt be much deeper The only difference is that the breezes are likely to be more playful on this job than others If the pole sways too much it makes it pretty hard sawing Besides the stiff wind makes ones eyes water The big stick which the intrepid and blase Heid has contracted to remove is 60 fret in height and from the north pole of the small golden planet which tops it to Mother Earth below is just 384 feet The pole is about a foot in diameter at the base and at the top It sur mounts a dome and it is a compara tively easy job for a steeplejack to mount the roof of the dome with a ladder The halliards by which the flag was raised were removed long ago and when Heid went up recently he simply had to shin to get to the top It was not simply shin ning though Reid helped him self with a shinning apparatus of his own invention He circled a stout rope loosely around the base of the pole twisted a loop on each side and then used the loops for stirrups By alternating his weight first on one loop and then on the other shinning proved an easy matterHeid took up with him and put in place a new halliars which he will make use of to hoist up his bosuns chair from which he will do the sawing He is going to saw the pole down in sections by the way three feet at a time but of course does not intend to give a practical illus tration of conventional Irish wit by swing off the section which supports the hilliards before making some other arrangement to keep his chair suspended After he has hoisted himself to the top Heid will knot his chair to the pole just under the three foot mark and Heid knows more clever knots than any Jimmy legs that ever spliced a bowline He is going to use a form of tightly binding slip knot and after each three feet has been severed he will simply slip down the pole another three feet Held will have an extra rope with him by which he will let READ THIS BowlingGreen Ky Juno 12 1901 This is to certify that I have been curedof kidney trouble by the use of thoTcxas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffers for kidney trouble A B GlLON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottlo of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and same backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not Rold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottles two months treatment and Ro- liom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr EW Hall sole manufacturer P O box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo e l- h u down each section as it is sawed of to an assistant on the roof Held will have about twenty saws com ing to him if he measures correctly It will be a tedious and muscle grinding job and it may take himI two days If it does he will his chair at the top all night and use his shinning apparatus togetback to it Incidentally he will use the extra rope to hoist up his midday meal It will be without doubt a novel place to dine There will be those at least 350 feet below him in an ex act perpendicular who will think they are dining high at a certain wellknown restaurant but they wont be in it with Heid And as for exclusiveness the steeplejack has got em beaten sky high with ease The pole is being removed princi pally because it is useless There are two other flagpoles on the build ing and this one has never beer found a necessity Also its removal will make one less point to attract lightningHeid get 125 for his labor To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af tersuffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which wjll cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York32ry He Wasnt Legislator Kaoiat City MtnrJ A traveling man who makes Kansas City frequently was dining in the cafe of one of the large hotels yesterday when he thought hed play a trick on his waiter See that man at the next table George saidThe waiter nodded assent That is Dr Alonzo Tubbs the Missouri legislator who is trying to stop all tipping The waiter grew inter ested at once Well aint dat too bad he said Ah s been waitin on him too Well you wont get any tip there said the traveling man Ah suttingly treated him right replied the waiter- A few minutes later the man at the other table left and the waiter returned to the traveling man Wellsaid the drummer what did I tell you Xcuse me sah but ah things you tole me re fabrica Lion said the waiter grinning Dat man airlt a legislatah hes a gentleman The man had given him aquarterHowsThls We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cattarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cattarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Wa c if Btu d tiffwhole sale druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m CASTOaXAB- IIIlbsItsKind You Han Always Bou hl BJpt1ll1l Yd of Over 19 Hours Saveti to Mexico By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis 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of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 2 acres at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford In fine condition 75000- A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Pine frnltgood house and buildings lor i37Soo 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65006 One food new 60 Mosler for sale atk bargain If you want to sell land if you want to buy land sei me and I will furnish you with whtyou want S A Anderson i Dealer in Real Estate HAHTFORD KYI d VEGETABLE SICILIAN IHairRenewer Cumberland TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with inj busl ness I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IllE 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Made Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake cookies crullers crusts and foodit not compare Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 17 MINERS AND OPERATORS Have Not Yet Agreed on a Con tract for the Year 1905 Louisville March 1C Prop si tions from both the mine operators and miners of the Western district of Kentucky were submitted yester day to the joint convention of the United MineWorkers of Kentucky and the Mine Operators Association The operators proposed to pay 782 cents the same scale of wages as is now being paid while the miners de manded the 1903 scale which is on a basis of 82ecents a ton for pick mined coal The other provisions of the two propositions differ little ex cept in wording and the main point to be considered is the wage scale The convention did nothing yester day but hear the propositions from the two sides and adjourned at 330 oclock to give the operators time to have their propositions printed so that copies could be furnished each of the miners The conditions just at present do not look favorable to an early settle ment of the differences between the miners and operators the bone of contention being the wage scale It is thought that concessions may be made by both sides In reply to inquiries we have pleas tire in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepa ration of that admirable remedy in that it cleanses and heals membranes affected by nasal catarrh There is no drying or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm is adapted to use by pa tients who have trouble in inhaling through the nose and prefer spray ing The price including spraying tube is 75c Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York SMALLHOUS March 13Mrs Elvira Fulkerson died at the home of her daughter Mrs Billie Withrow March 6th 1905 of consumption She was the willow of William H Fulkerson who died February 2 She leaves three daughters and a son and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death Her daughters Mrs Billie Withrow and Mrs John Myers are both dangerously ill at their homes one at Central City and the other at South Carrollton Mrs Fulkerson was seventyseven years eld in Feb ruary and a good Christian woman Percy Hunt was the guest of his t parents recently Weaver Atherson and sister Cen j i troll City attended the burial of their grandmother Mrs Elvira Fulkerson i i at Equality last Tuesday t Mrs T L Withrow and children k were the guests of their grandpar ents Mr and Mrs John Withrow Tuesday i P L Wood and sister Miss Mattie I were at Mrs Bill Withrows Tues day and attended the burial of their aunt Mrs Fulkerson J Theodore Howell isuite ill at his l home of erysipelas W L lI cll who is attending school lit ftOril is at lv me on ac Ir count of his fathers illness Mr and Mrs W P Howell and daughters Mrs Essie Nail Island and Mrs John Barnard of near South Carrollton were at the bedside of their son Theodore Howell Sat urdayMrs Linday Calloway who has been quiet ill is better Mrs Nick Myers is quiet rick Mr and Mrs John C Igleheart are on the sick list Rev G H Lawrence is holding a protracted meeting at Bevier This is the ninth meeting held by him this last fall and winter- C E Overton will start for Falls of Rough next Thursday to beat the sale of his late fatherinlaw George LawrenceP lor went to Hartford SaturdayR Eudaly and Miss Birdie Boon were the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Boon Sunday Mrs 11 P Maddox has returned from the bedside of Mrs J C Hill near South Carrollton who has been quite ill- Little Miss Marion Hill is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox CASTOBX4Bun Ot xThl Kind Yoi Han AhnnBoiiiX Ili6tetre Yf6Zet RENDER March 14 Andrew Mercer was in Rockport Wednesday Several from here attended court at Hartford Wednesday Geo Lyons of Louisville was here ThursdayJohn F 0 Allen and W R Peach were in Rockport last Thurs dayT J Morgan Beaver Dam was here last Friday Bernie Carpenter Hartford was here Friday Prof V DL Moseley and Everett Brown were in Beaver Dam Saturday Mrs John Carr went to Nelson Saturday and returned Sunday- G W Baize went to Owensboro Sunday to spend a few days a J M Reynolds was in Rockport last Sunday Mrs J L Tate returned to her home in Sturgis Sunday after being the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G W Burton for the past weekDr H B Innes was on the sick list last week Mr and Mrs Frank Dereaux ofII Central City werethe guests of and Mrs A W Jones last week Otho Miller of Taylor Mines was here last Sunday W S Vick of Owensboro was here yesterday Byron Barnes of Beaver Dam was here yesterday Hubert Coffman and Miss Willie Everly of Point Pleasant were here yesterdayE of Beaver Dam was here yesterday E H Massie of Louisville was here yesterday Mrs Ellen Sloan left for Linton Ind today to make if her home in I gMis of Centertown is the guest of Mr and Mrs George Tin ley R C Render came up from Island today Taylori1liJ1esMrs Geo CentertownLeslie hasresigned his posi tion as assistant book keeper for the Taylor Coal Co and accepted a po sition as clerk for the Brown Mercantile Co John Hinton was in Rosinoto- dayCdf9TORrE L Dean the The KM You Hire Always Btoh BIpavre ff6Zof tau CENTERTOWN March 15Rev E V Philpreached for us Sunday and Rev C W Haskins delivered an able sermon Sunday night W C Smith Richardsville spent last week here with his son Dr J L SmithMiss Annie Berryman Central Grove is visiting the family of J B TichenorJessie Hill and Earl Davis fillet their appointments at Cromwell am Beaver Dam last Sunday W A Tichenor and W F James Livermore were here this week on businessJames Morgan Owen county is visiting H H Davis of this place A B Coffman and Claude Coif man of Coffman visited H H Davis and family here this week Miss Ura Maddox visited in Hart ford last weekIG T Render are visiting near hereIMrs C K Reneer is tives in Render Our young men contemplate or ganizing a brass band here Prof Everette Smith Rockport passed through our town Saturday to fill his appoinmtent in the Point Everette Tichenor who has beer attending school at Livermore isI visiting his mother near here W P Render Matanzas wasjhere this week on business Masonic Apron Washington Wore Editor RErunLtcANUnder the above heading I see in your paper of the lOthan article which reads thus What is considered one of the most interesting possessions of Masonry in the world is the property of the lodge of Le Roy Ill It is the apron wore by Gen George Washington first President of the United States when engaged in the ceremonies of the order The apron is one of white silk and the embroidery of in numerable emblems of the order il lustrates needlework of a high or derHow few people there are now living in Ohio county that ever knew their county possessed a Washington Masonic apron for many years that was almost or quite equal to the apron now owned by the lodge at Le Roy Ill The way I came to see the apron and hear something of its his tory was in this manner Mrs J A Harrison widow of Judge Har rison of Hartford was buried June 10 1882 and as she was a sister of Pinkney Petty Sr he had me take dinner with him that day and dur ing the conversation of myself and several others present we talked about old relics of the early settlers when Mr Petty went into his house and brought to where we were setting under the shade trees in his yard a Masonic apron he said was presentedto his father by General Washington during the Revolution ary Wat at one of their lodge meet ingshis father at that time being a Master Mason He said his father Sandy Petty served seven years in the War for Independence and that during that time he was Commissary of Washingtons Continental army silkItoIof silk ribbon and the emblems and devices were hand painted This Mr Petty said he had never noticed till I showed him the difference be tween hand painting and print work Pinkney Petty Sr died March G 1893 and soon after his death his old homestead and its con tents burned down and the old apron with other old family relics was consumed in the flames One of the latter being thefirst copy of Weems life of Gen Francis Marion a favor ofIof proper school books used in the first schools to instruct the children FORnESI d near Barretts rison died at his house w rTHE TOBACCO MARKET Messenger Reports The Owensboro Mar ket Good The Messenger saysNinetysev- en loads of tobacco were sold at the auction house Monday at prices that are practically unchanged Good tobacco brought top figures while trashy stuff went low Sellers were generally satisfied with prices receiv edMr John E Minnett president of the Hancock A Sof E was in the city He spent Monday investigat ing fully the tobacco situation and especially the sales being made at the auction house and the deposits being made at the Equity houses He stated to Messenger representa tive that if it were not for the farm ers organization tobacco would be bringing less this year than last year When asked whyhe thoughtso his reply was For this reason Thetobac co trust is more powerful this year than last It is just as merciless as ever and the farmers would have been just as helpless I know that this crop is less than the last crop but the conditions I have explained above could easily counteract the small crop influence When asked about the pooling plan and the situation in Hancock he said We have good men and good tobacco in Hancock and all are determined to hold for Lynchburg pricesTuesday was another great tobac co day in Owensboro Many loads that were brought to the city on Monday were unloaded Tuesday and many more were brought in At the Equity houses a repitition of Mondays scenes was witnessed All that could be unloaded was received and the work began a little earlier than on Monday Those in charge claimed that only a few loads in excess of Mondays because they said they could not unload but a few more than they did on I Monday Several loads delivered at each warehouse were from Hancock county and all parts of Daviess county were well represented- At the American Tobacco Factory 120 loads were delivered Only 25 of these came from the auction house and the other tobacco was bought on contract The Fi E Birk factory received between 80000 and 100000 pounds on Monday nnd Tuesday Several loads were left over unloaded Monday evening The Imperial Tobacco Company had no special rush yesterday or the day before The company has been receiving some Tobacco all along and handling it but there has been no rush in the last two days At the auction house 130 loads were sold BUFORD March 15L D Magan and wife visited her parents Mr and Mrs Annis near Cromwell last Friday returning yesterday Hewlett Johnson of Pleasant Ridge visited here Sunday Louis Easterday and daughter Miss Verna Beda attendedchurch here Sunday Harva Cox and wife Pleasant Ridge visited Wilter Blair and wife SundayWalter Parks Bada visited here SundayMrs Sam Rhoads is quite sick Mrs Jossie Coleman has la grippe C L Fields Owensboro has trad ed his farm to Luther King for town propertyF Hoover went to Owensboro and back yesterday- S J Hussy and Will Gabbot have gone to Owensboro with tobacco to dayC E Cottrell is on the sick list CANE RUN March 15Mrs Nancy Ford who has a cancer on her face is no better at this writing Mrs Mollie St Clair went to Hartford yesterday JimBoyd of Centertown visited his brother Rufus Boyd and family the first of last week Mrs Susie Raley is on the sick listMrs Rena Wilson and children of Arkansas arrived at the bedside of her mother Sunday morning Mrs Nancy Daniel was the guest nfher friend Mrs R A Wilson Friday Dempsy White and family were the guests of Mrs Whites sister Satur day night arid SundayIMisses Tessie and Bessie Raley of Salem are attending school at Fair view Mrs Lizzie Hoovernnd Mrsi Laura Ford Visited Mrs MintaBoydyester dayJim B Johnson went to Hartford Monday and returned yesterday Little Oma Raley visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs R A Wilson Saturday night and Sun dayBill Christian and John Lankford started for Illinois the seventh of this month where they will spend this summer working on the farm V MATANZAS March 15Mrs 11 E Bidwell who has been sick is betterv Charlotte Tichenor visited friends and relatives in Centertown a few days last week P B Taylor of Smallhous was in our midst Monday Mrs C E Smithof Hartford spent last week the guest of her mother Mrs W P Render of this placeProf W C Overhul of Small hous has the promise of the school at this place next fall and winter Miss Carrie Rowe of Centertown was here last Monday um BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If TOO bittnt a retalr huttby moTtmtnt of lb- bowuarrdaronrIIIorwlllb i KMP roar bows w ik p of TloUit prIor pill olouldorro Tht noothttt ailttt moot prftway of 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