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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 XS 1 hlr- I I m t ttf tJ Uqublkan i Fine Job Work a Specialty If IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1906 No 26 IMPORTANT MEETING ti Of the A S of E Was Hel Last Friday and Saturday Tobacco Warehouse to be Enlarg edContracts With Tenants Shall Provide for Pooling One of the most important meet ings of the A S of E ever held i Ohio county was held at tho court house here last Friday and Satur day The Fiscal Court was in session and had been using Court Hall but on being informed of the meeting Judge Taylor directed the Magistrates to convene in his oflice so that tho Equity people could use tho hall It was a litttlo late Friday whe the delegates began to arrive which was due no doubt to the very bad condition of the roads But by noon r a large crowd had assembled and en rollment showed thirtynine locals to to be represented There was only a brief session held in the forenoon andorganization was about the only business transacted- In the afternoon the propositio- to enlarge the Hartford poolin house was taken up and it was unan- Imously recommended that immedi ate steps for doubling the capacity of tho house be taken The capaci ty of the house is now half a millio pounds which doubled will make the largest tobacco house in the countyThe resolution passed at a former meeting of the union providing that members who failed to join before th 16th day of last November should no been titled to pooling privileges was repealed or revoked by unanimous vote It had in fact as far as th practice of the receivers at the 4houses are concerned been already for not only all members but everyone who pledged themselves to become members at the convenience have all along been give the benefit of the pooling proposition At Saturdays session many im portant matters were discussed and passed on Among them was a resolution providing that Equity men who employ tenants arc to provide in their contracts with them that all tobacco raised by such tenants shall be pooled in accordance with the provisions of the A S of E M F Sharp was chosen county o ganizer at a salary of 50permonth- He is required to devote his entire time to the work of organizing and so far as the organization fees go they are to be appealed to the pay ment of his salary It was estimated that these fees would cover the en tire expense of the organizer The idea and it is a good one in ap pointing a regular organizer whose duty it shall be to push the work of organization is to get the county organized as quickly as possible- It was announced at the afternoo- session Saturday that tho burley to bacco pooled last year had been sold i at a good price J A Ambrose Adaburgproduced his check showin that his advance and final payment amounted to 8or more per hundred An air of success prevailed during the entire two days meeting and when adjournment came Saturday afternoon everyone seemedsatisfied with prospects of complete victory soonThe present officers were reelect ed without opposition David More r land President Alney Tichenor VicePresident M Sharp Seem buy The Union will meet again in Hartford en the first Friday and Saturday in April 1906 Judges in Politics It is needless for any one to em phasize the necessity for a judiciary in which every citizen has confidence It is useless for any one to attempt to make patent the impropriety of judges taking part in party polities to those who do not recognize that impropriety instantly The only objection of the bill as introduced by a VS Senator Sewell is that it does not I begin to go far enough If it is enacted into law and a judge of a cir bed I for that violation Is he to tried be by the legislature the mem bers of which he help to elect In he to be tried before the court of which he is presiding judge Who are to sit as jurors who to sit as judge in his case v Countylmade b the legislature to cut off sections o two or three counties and organize a new one so that they can name it Beckham county Mr Beckhams pets tried the same thing on the leg islature of 1902 they tried it again in 1901 and successed in passing th bill through both houses It is sign a when they rerun the lines as given in the act they discovered that Beck ham county crossed the river an took in a good strip of the State o Ohio androbbed an adjoining coun ty of its court house Thus the first county of Beckham died a hernia Now another effort will be be made to perpetuate tho memory of the Ohigand forming a new county that the may prepetuate the memory of the first Governor of Kentucky who powetcorrupt r that he might defeat the will of the people and gratify his own ambition CENTERTOWN contemplatetto sea futureJ StClair Rosinehas purchas Chanynear Ceralvo J B Maddox went to Ceralvo this weekon business returnn l from a to aunt C Brown Chesley Ky M E Woodward and N E James visited their sister Mrs V P Brown at Point Pleasant last week Mrs D Rowe was called to Liver more last week to ylslt her father W D Haven who is very low with pneumoniaW Richardsville father of Dr J L Smith has bought prop hererDr is erecting a large dwelling house on South first streetMrs H H Davis and daughter Irene spent last Saturday at the home of T R Kincheloe The occasion being a birthday dinner Robert Rowe and family have mov ed to McHenry this week Mrs Mag Tichenor has moved in to the J BTichenor property Buck has moved to his farm W E Pate and family have moved MillntreetOur Sunday school and prayer meetings arc very interesting doinggterial The F A M Lodge elected the following officers last week A B TichenorW MJ TROneJWjJoe James S W J B Maddox Treasurer and H H Daviess Secretary Good work is being done Rev JT McConnell delivered an able sermon last Sunday E H James made a business trip ot McHenry this week Notice ot Discharge The creditors of the assigned estate of L T Tappan will take notice that I have filed settlement of said estate in the Ohio County court and moved said court to discharge me from said trust and relieve mo from all lia bility on account thereof This January 1st 1906 25t4 D B RHOAD3 Assig- neeOJlIIITbi T Iti You knUtjt Bffgkt M ct F v f 4 CHECK FORGER CAPTURED After Concealing his Identity for a Month Acknowledg es his Guilt On the 8th of December a young man presented for payment at the Peoples Bank at Beaver Dam a check for 75 drawn on the Beaver Dam deposit signed by T W Wal lace and made payable to Ed Dorsch The young man declared himself to be Dorsch indorsed the check and IeaverfDam a ed that it was a forgery and began secretly to find a clue On Christmas day the sameyoung- manitnoWdevelopeswalkedinto thee First National Bank here and pre sented a 125 check drawn if favor of J W Flener with W D Hockers name signed to it He said ho was a cousin of W M Flener of this place and the money was paid on his check About the last of the month hisfaccount on 125 check declared that it was a forgery The bank officials at once began to work on tho case and after comparing the checks it was clear that the same had drawn them ofywas used indicated that the party ofoon was son of Wash Faught of near Crom wel was under suspicion Bit by bit evidence of his guilt sufficient to satisfy the bank officials came out He was seen in Beaver Dam soma pistolrwan rant was issued charging him with the offense of tallying a concealed deadly weapon and placed in the hand 1of Marshal J P Stevens He ar rested him Monday afternoon and on being questioned abouthis stunts in check forging confessed the whole matter but says he dont remember what ho did with the money He gave his age at seventeen His examining trial was set for Tuesday but on calling the case he waived trial and in default ofl000 bond was remanded to jail 0 HORSE BRANCH Jan lOLee Mason Select was in town today Mrs Walker Myrtle is visiting rel atives in Louisville Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam was in town yesterday Holland Lovelace of Morganfield is visiting relatives here Gain Daugherty has sold his res taurant to G M Ford of Grayson countyHolland Lovelace and Vernon Crowder visited friends and relatives near Horton Saturday and Sunday Henry Landrum went to Hartford TuesdayPrayer meeting every Tuesday night progressing nicely Rev W D Cox of Central City filled his regular appointment Sun dayIt is reported here today that Mose Taylor Fordsville formerly of this placo has discovered a rich vein of silver is a cave near Fordsville and has been offered 50000 for his find but holds it brck for 100000 SULPHUR SPRINGS Jan 8 the people of this neigh borhood are aroused over thnew county and railroad Miss Virginia Fitzhugh entertain ned hor friends Saturday evening with and old fashion candy pulling All report a nico time Mr Byron Bean and Dr J A Duff were in Hartford MondayJ Messrs Brenton Bean and Jesse Johnston attended a party at Mr Ansel Wilsons Saturday night MrSJ Ri Thompsons brother from Warren County visited her last weekMiss Gertie Powers of near Dun dee visited Miss Virginia Fitzhugh Saturday nightVi t- Our pastor Rev Baker holding 1 ti r- J l fr 1 Peruna recommended by fifty members ol Congress by Governors Consuls Generals i PhysiciansClergymen l tions and thousands upon thousands of those in the humbler walks of lifeVI u Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1906 a meeting near his home at Floral Daviess county Mr G H Johnston of Elizabeth town visited relatives here a short agoOn Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Kate Foreman celebrated their tin Wedding Anicesupperwasserv ed to many friends and relatives and the evening prassed plcasently with games and music A candy breaking was given by Miss Artie and Mr Romney Duff Saturday night- MissLula Johnston formely of this place but who has been in Louis ville the pat few years was married at high noon Dec 30th to Mr H P Newman of California Mrs Sallie Vhite and daughter Miss Dollie and Miss Lizzie Cannon visited Mrs Wilber Johnson the first of the week Chas White was In town Mon day License to We- d1 I j The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk WiiTinsley since our last IssueiGeorge Greenup Dawson Springs age 25 to Edna Ingram Beaver Dam ago 17 Lawrence Allen Beaver Dam age 22 to Georgia Gardon Pinchicoe age 23 James Leisure Mandaage to Lucinda Sorrels Manda age 18 G C Loyd Reynolds age 21 to Annie Lyons Hay nesville age 20 Arthur Phillipps Reynolds ago 22 to Alice Lyons Haynesville age 18 L W Brown Nocreek ago A0 to Bell Barnardage 29 C J Boyd Centertown age 19 Gracie Heflfh Centertown age 15 I 1 fr 1t 1 1 ISTARTLED Was the Legislature by Cap itol CommissionsReport Frankfort KY Jan lOThe state capitol commission startled the legislature today by presenting its report showing the progress of the work and the need of more money than has been appropriated theretofore The commission thinks that it will take 1500000 additional to complete and equip the building ready for use The last legislature appropriated 1000000 which many thought would be sufficient to con struct tho building It is not proba ble that the legislature will grant the sum asked by the commission though it will certainly add largely to appropriation already made j It is estimated that it will take all of 2500000 to complete the capitol according to the present plans MATANZAS Jan 9The roads are very bad in this community The entertainment given by T J Everly and wife Jast Saturday night in honor of their son W C Everley who has served three years in the army and has reenlisted and took his leave for some point in Mis souri was largely attended and en joyed by all Miss Ethel Tichenor is on the sick list this week 1r9 Gno CXast bier of Ceralvo o 1 t 11 jn x and Dave Kimmel of Paradisespent Sunday night with SA Bratcher VI familyWatt Tilden Taylor went to TuesdayMessrs i Dupuy and Joe Champagne of Hartford attended the entertainment at T J EverlysV nightShelton this place and Miss Gracie Heflin of Centerto ATO will be married tomorrow evening at the home ofthe bride Rev L W Tichenor officiating They have the best wishes of their many friends here Memorial to Ernest On the 25th day of November 1905 the death angel visited tho home of Mr J H and Nannie Smith and tqok from their midst their little son Ernest R Smith age 3 months and 1 week Weep not dear loved ones y as your loss is Heavens gain he is not dead but sleeping in the embrace of his dear Savior Sleep on in thy beauty Thy sweet angel child i By sorrow unblighted By sin undelighted Like the dove tothe ark Thop hast flown tothyrestV From the land of tho free To the tho land of the blestVAN AUNT e Notice All of tho members of Hartford local No1 A S of E are earnestly requested to attend the next regular meeting of said local which Will be held at the office of county Judge at 2 oclock dayJanury20l9 r R B MARTINt Sec ft if I r i 1 at f jijBILLS BY WHOLESALE t Eleven Thousand Two Hun dred and Fifty Introduced Probably Thirty May become I s Laws Provision of few J II Ia11250 but hills probably intro really impor tant bills of national scope will b L passed Many of these 11250 bill are private in character and a hundred or two of them will probably I be passed without opposition The great majority of them have been presented by request of some enthu siast or crank and the Member or Senator has gone through the fort mality of presenting the bill to make himself solid with a voter I Three bills have been introduced to I extend the time that cattle sheep hogs and horses may be detained on freight cars without food or water from twentyeight hours to thirty I or forty hours Under the Ithree law 28 hours is the limit of s time that animals may be kept with out feeding or watering them For animal that are in the habit of eating at least half their time and are never without foodfor more than three to five hours if they can reach it n twentyeight hours deprivation r would surely appear to be the limit t of hardship and humane people throughout the country should see to it that their representative in Con i gress shall not premit further out rage toanimals that can neither wrote speak or strike for shorter hours al though they are big brained verte brates like ourselves and duplicate in I their bodies as comparative anatomy teaches every bone muscle nerve that we have The andI of live stock in transit is able and they come to market in a fatigued enfevered unhealthful condition that renders them in ade gree at least less fit for food The remedy which should be applied is to slaughter them at the starting station then the cattle men can have their thirtythree or fortyeight hours to transport the insensate carcass to market For coughs and colds no remedy is equaly to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the Liquid Cold Cure It is different from all others better because it expels all cold from the system by acting as a cath artic on the bowels Gives strength to weak lungs Affords immediate relief in Croup Coughs Codls etc Sold byZ WayneGriflin Bro n Husband and Wife A noted physician has excited England by an elaborate argument to show that nature intended every man to have several wives lIe points out that numbers of the races of the world have practiced polygmy in the past and that many do stilland in electorial language he presents the conclusion that the condition must be a natural one But he might have gone just one step further and shown just as con elusively that every woman ought to havo several husbands Many nations have lived under polyandry meaning one woman to many men Some do still the Tibetians for in stance He might by the same process show that nature intended men to eat onei another to kill off their weakling children to slaughter the aged asI soon as they are past work to burn dead mens wives and to sacrifice human beings to religious superstition f It is more than amazing that in an enlightened land and inthis enlight ened age a learned man with no san er argument than this should out rage sense and sentiment alike 1byadvocating a return to a mar system which makes wont en mere slave breeders and deprives them of their natural faculty for re fining the nature of man The people of this age are not speak ing excuse for polygamous marriage It is almost universally recognized that the highest most beautiful ref lation between the sexes is that which exists when a man and a woman t joyfully remain faithful to one an other all their lives Such a bond makes them lovers helpmates comrades It is the best possible desti I b for both 1ny gives womanan assured position TI tv 1ce in the community jll1a sp rr s sr ir411si sponsibility The mans character is subtly influenced by that of his wife Her tenderness soothes him in weariness and her devotion cheers him in disappointment What man who has ever realizedI the restfulness the s joy of such wedded happiness wouldI exchange his companionship whole harem full of the most beau tiful women in the world What woman with experience ofI a husbands strength to learn upon I a husbands character to influence husbands happiness to make would not recoil with shame and horror merelysThe soothing and comforting effect of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to Piles sorcs cuts etc boils subdues pain almost in stantly This Salve draws out the in flammation reduces swelling and acts as a rubefacient thus circulating the blood through the diseased parts per mitting or aidin g Nature to perma nently remove the trouble entirely Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Tracked By Dreams Some years ago a Mrs Ruther ford dreamed that her aged relative Lady Leslie was about to be mur dered by a man whom she clearly saw She immediately set out on a visit to Lady Leslie and asked per mission to sleep in the ladys room In the middle of the night Mrs Rutherford heard some one trying to open the bedroom door She raisedan alarm and flung open the door when Lady Leslies two son rushed out and in a moment had seizedthe dream man The following story is perhaps the strangest of all One night the Rev Herbert Powys a Church of England clergyman dreamed that parishlionels cluded spot and spending the time in digging a grave for her Jump ing out of bed Mr Powys rushed to the place indicated in his dream and arrived there just as the man had hurled the girl to the ground by the side of the open grave and was about to kill her with his spade WVNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant manI ager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope COOPER CO 2U10 132 Lake Street Chicago Ill A TwoFoot Rat Tacoruu Iwlper E Holmes warehouseman at the Oriental dock had the distinction recently of killing the largest rat ever seen along the local water front The rodent weighed nearly seven pounds and from the tip of his nose to the end of his tail he measured two feet It was only after desperate fight lasting twenty minutes that the immense rat was killed For some time scraps of paper and wood in the toolroom of the warehouse in dicated that a swarm of rodents was at work Yesterday morning Mr Holmes encountered the big fellow With a broom handle he attempted to put an end to the rodents life but the rat showed fight Back and forth he scampered and when cornered he rushed at his assailant Once he hid behind a coil of rope overhead and then he dashed at Holmes head The latter dodged but the Rodents sharp teeth grazed his face At last the rat was killed and measurements proved that he was the biggest ever seen in port The animal is supposed to be a species found in South America and it is supposed he came here in a ship all of which carry many rodents OASTOnX4IBeau the y l SiBitir I1 af cIAL The Coming Aristocracy I Visitor in penitentiary Who is that distinguished looking convict Warden He is known here as No 1147 VisitorHe seems to hold himself aloof from his fellows Warden Yes you can hardly ex pect him to associate with the com mon herd His trial cwf the State onooo I BAST GUILTY FIKesIPunishment at Lite I2erLnwrenceburff Ky Jan aThe jury in the case of Janei Mast bum the prisoner guilty of being accent sorv to the murder of James York and fixed his punishment at confine liCeIon lo fondant was confined to the mental condition of the defendant andt his whereabout on the day of th killing The instructions were given to the jury and the arguments made Friday afternoon and evening the case being submitted to the jury about 830 last night This morning the jury came int court and asked for further instruc tions In the course of an hour they carne into court again and returned- a verdict finding the defendant James Bast guilty as chargedand fixing his punishment at confinement in the penitentiery for life The verdict comes in the nature of a surprise for the public but there is general satisfaction with the result for while very few believed that the defendant could be convict ed under the instructions AH lieve that he is guilty of conspirin- to bring about the death of James R York Sr insthe physical by allowing Natuifc to appropriate and not dissipate her own resources CatHartics gripe i weaken dissipate while DeWitts j Little Early Risers simply expel all j putrid matter and bile thus allowing the liver to assume normal actii vity Good for the Sold by Z WOI1e Griffin complexionI Lincolns First Speech Coshocton 0 Janl01Irs Lou Englishof this city has a newspaper i chipping of what be Abe Lin colns first reportedpolitical speech j delivered iit Pappsville III in 1S87 It is as follows Gentlemen and Fellow Citizens I presume you all know who 1 am I am humble Abraham Lincoln 1 have been solicited by many friends j to become a candidate for the legislature I am in favor of the nation al bank I am in favor of the internal improvement system and high protective tariff These are my sentiments and political principles If elected I shall be thankful if not it will be all the same o t9GTORI s Seen theits KM Vw Haw top Bout Blpatnre et at The Force of Habit Did you ever try to realize how many of youreverydayactions mental and physical are entirely involuntary and determined by some prn i ous impression or habit Do you know that in the commonest things of life we are all slaves to habitsuchabject slaves as not even to suspect our slavery Can you tell for instance wheth er you habitually put on the right shoe or the left shoe first Can you tell on the instant which of the two you have habitually taken off first all your life- Maybe it is easiet for you to realize that you have been using only one side of a certain street Men and women who walk to their business every day for years fall intoj favorite routes that they follow me chanically The ordinary housewife must have her sugar bowl in a cer tain spot on certain shelf or her whole house seems out of order The meal not ready at the regular time puts the entire family in illtem perThese are only a few of the innumerable little habits that make up ninetenths of what we call living Not an impression not an emotion not an opinion not a resolution not action is possible to us that is not influenced colored and directed by fixed conditions within ourselves habit of boby or mind You cannot do or say or think or feel anytheng without leaviug a definite mark on the nervous or ganism which more or less affects all succeeding action or speech or I thought or feeling Nerves and muscle and brain cell all grow to the modes in which they have been exercised If you are not forming habits in one direction you are form dug them in another nil your ac tivities are makingchannels in which your energy flows toward good or evilDepravity is not an inheritance but a character formed by persist ent evil habits Vices at first like cobwebs become at last like cables Habit works either way with equal generous deed Virtue 1sweetens and becomes second nature I Habits are not without their ad vantage Many a man has freely employed his mind in mapping out his days work whilohia habit is put ting on his shoes There arc disadvantages as well Many a man lias strivenesuccess were dragging him to failure It is useless to try to avoid form ing habits It connot be done and anyway mere negative virtue is poor ofoand character makes destiny Bad habits arc chains holding us as prisoners Good habits ore liken well made harness enabling us to do our work in the world witho ut fric tion or waste of energy 171 STOrixaBean thelte Kind You line AIA7ys Bout Bigntsre of 1Brevity the Soul of Ghosts Heres the shortest ghost story rstlaruscdgman broke silence for the first time at the dinner Two men were traveling from Boston to New York strangers but sharing between them the smoking compartment After a bitone laid by his magazine and said Seems a bit jolty right here Yes replied the other I was killed just here three years ago Shortest in the world did you say remarked some one at the other end of the table But heres 10 shorter A lonely old bachelor waking up late at night reachedout his hand for the matches and they were handed to him Then the host nodded to the butler 1ASurprlso Party surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipatien 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Commandments for Woman FirstThou shalt wed none but thine own tru J love neither for money nor social position nor because thou art lazy SecondThou shalt look with a hundred es upon a man before thou marriesthim Afterward thou shalt wear blinders ThirdThou shalt accept thy husband as he is and add not to him nor take from him thy vain Imagining for behold the man thou hast married is a pretty good fellow and the one thou dreamest of doth not existFourthThou shalt beat upon huslbandFifthThou shalt speakwell of thy husband neither with thy mother nor thy best friend nor before tho womans club to which thou be longest shalt thou canvass has faults One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and rue friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne griffin Bro A Lively Catch Mrs SAndso you are leaving- us Bridget And what are you going to BridgetPlesce mum Im going to get married MrsDear me Isnt that rath er sudden Who is the happy man BridgetDo you remember mum me askin you about four weeks ago to go to the funeral of a friend Well I do be going to marry the corpses husband Sure he told me then I was the lifeo the party Church Made of Sealskins From the loneliest mission station in the world on an island 700 yards broad in the remote arctic region north of Labrador Rev E J Peck has reached England after a perilous voyage in a fifty ton schooner The missionarys first church at Blaekland Island Baffle Land was made of sealskins but met with an untimely fate being completely devoured by Eskimo dogs Nomad Eskimos pay occasional visits some of them coming all tho way from the Bering Sea- Inspito of privfttionsMr Peck nIl his coIlH1Iil Bilby gave regu mar tcfKiiiNK iu the neighboring Eskimos and translated tho New Tool ment and Genesis into Baffin Land dialect Wants the Truth Louisville Jan GJim Howard made a statement today in regard Youtseyaskingdyville on account of his fear that Howard would harm him Howard says that he will not hurt Youtsey but asks him to tell the truth about the killing of Goebel and allow him to go home to his wife and children a free and innocent non READ THIS Symsonia Ky March SO 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I would like to beconip your agent for the sale of your med icine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possible ED DUAFKUN Symsonia Ky I A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toublcs removes gravelcures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheum tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men und women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your I druggist will be sent by mail on I receipt of 100 One small is two months treatment bottleI dom fails to cure any of the mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 hex G29 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis Mo I r THE I 1906 I World Almanac and EncyclopediaI- S ON SALE ALLOVER THE UNITED STATES- It i is a volume of nearly seven hun dred pages and sells for 25c Sent by mail for A 35cIvalue almost indispensable to any 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except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without ichange via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving nt Jacksonville 860 pI-m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danvillo this is Feraalso Dining Car serves all meals en froute Via the Land of the SkyPuU man Sleeper leaves Louisville 715 p in daily running through to Knottsvillc where connection is made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May 31st nre now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable Tours Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat elLandor other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNCERFORD DPA KyGSt Louis Mo W C RINEARSON G P A QC Route- Cincinnati O Promptly obtained orno fee Write for Dar WObtatnroad help Inventors to access endIMMEDIAT JteptaredM at B05M7 7th St WASHINGTON 00 1ACEI DYEvrr JL tj t 1 + i 5 1 oIr tee 1 If 4INDIANA FOR HBOVJMlO Rumor of Another Attemp to Have Him Returned Why Three Indiana Governor Have Refused to Deliver him up to his Enemies 1 fWblnjltualall llerAM 1 There is a rumor that another at ri 4tempt is to be made by the author Kentucky to induce the Gov ernor of Indiana to grant a requisi tion in the case of exGovernor Tay 1 ffor of Kentucky who is charges with complicity in the killing o William Goebel defeated Democrat ic candidate for Governor of Ken tucky who usurped the office to which the people of Kentucky hat elected Mr Taylor The theft of the office through the power of the Gocbelito legislature was a high handed robbery by methods ai shameful as they were inexcusable We suppose that there is not a Dem ocrat in the State of Kentucky out side of the Goebel faction who wil say that the acton of Goebel and his henchmen was any thing but down piracy There was no ques lyright the election of Taylor in spite unfair and infamous election law designed by Goebel to give his friends control of the election ma hineryFollowing this instance of political brigandage probably without pre cedent in the United Statescame the deplorable murder of Goebel It was a monstrous crime against which the indignation of every law abiding citizen arises Yet it must be admitted that Goebels methods invited just such a tragic conclusion of his life In politics he was unprincipled and his own hands were wet with the blood of a neighbor In a State where humam life is so cheap Goebels lamentable end did not cause astonishment regardless of the horror of it He took the rrtsword and he perished with the fiswordAfter Goebels murder naturally came the clamor of his partisans for 1blood Gov Taylor then deposed of having instituted the killing He fled the State and took refuge in Indiana An appropriation of 100000 was made by the Goebel Legislature to prosecute the accused persons Repeated Iattempt were made to induce the Governor of Indiana then the late James A Mont to consent to turn Taylor over to Kentucky authorities Gov Mont refused as did his successor Gov Durbin and Taylor has remain ed in this State since that time The Indiana Governors based their action on the theory that it was plain Taylor could not get a fair trial if he should te consigned to the friends of Goebel To send the man back to Kentucky meant his death with cer tainty either by pretended legal ctMafter a mock trial before a prejudiced Judge and a packed jury or by assassination at the hands of some of the fierce partisans of the dead Goebel In the interests of humanity the Indiana Governors put aside the question of comity between States They declined to deliver Taylor over to the raving Kentucky wolvesThe People of Indiana supported them in their action with respect to the demand for the extradition of Taylor Attempts by the opposition political press and speakers to make political capital of it flrere met with derision If there is one thing that the American people are sticklers fr it is fair play and every man of common sense knew and knows that Taylor innocent or guilty would be in Kentucky as a Iamb in a tigers lair So the people of this a great State approved the course of our Governors in making Ind- janafa place of refuge for an accused man who could not possibly have a fait and an impartial trial for his life It was not a question of his guilt The Indiana Governors did not pass on that But in the face of the certainty that his conviction would fo- Il low his return to Kentuckyguiltyor not guilty they refused to become i to his death That was all stherewas to it and we believe that J 61i Ievefy fair man should uphold them t sometimesexof physical bravery and moral cour age in fleeing from Kentucliythathe should have tod hisgrq nd lethd- II 4 y Atilr kI 1rid s A Trite Saying- It It a trlto that no man Is stronger than his stomach Dr 1lcrcoi Golden Medical Uncover strengthens thn tttTniip1ttmt It tu hallo to mako mire rich blood holpa tho liver and KliliipyH to expol tho poisons from tho mill cures lath liver and kid nay troubles It you tako this natural blood purifier and tonic you will assist your rich manufacturing isIpvin pint of red blood that agB rallmf to tho brain and nerves Tho weak nervous run down debilitated condition which tn many pooplo suffer from II usually tho cnYct of wlsnns In tho blood It Is Indicated by pimples or ally n iyxtarltq on tho skin Ixxiomos tliln end tho feelings blue Dr Ilercos Discovery cure blood humors as well as Ming a tonic that make ono vigorous strong and forceful It I tho medicine put up for sale drnimlMs for like Ilur clI that contains noltlicr alcohol nor harmful habitforming times and tho only one every Ingredient of which lies sional anent of tho leading medical writers of this countr Some of these endorsements arc published In a little hook of extracts from standard medical works and will bo vent to uny address lire on receipt of therefor by letter or IJO enn addressed to V lercc lliiffalo y Y It tells just what Ur lereon medicines are made or Words for the severalingredlleittll of whi4t1r Ilercos mcdl clues are comiKMod by lenders In all tho unrrnl of medical practice and recommending them for of tho diseases for which tine ioldeu Medical Discovery Is ndvNtl should have far morn with thu sick and allllcted titan any amount of tho so called testl monlals DO conspicuously haunted before the nubile those are afraid to let tho liiKrodlcnlfl of which their medicines are composed lw known Hear In mind that tho Medical Discovery has TIIK lunoF or IIOSKSTY onnvcry bottlo wrupiwr In a full list of Its Ingredients Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets euro con regulatethustrateiclothbollnllor31I1tampsAddress consequences be what they mightI Perhaps this is true Every man who takes high office runs the risk assassination Within forty years three Presidents of the United States have been murdered History records the sad stories of many menI who have felt the ax the knife or the cord as the result of political persecution and unspeakable partisan malice But life is sweet Gov Taylor had a wife and many young children who looked to him It is not for us to say that he is a coward because he sought to escape from sure death and preserve himself for familyAll it is proper that the In diana authori tied have had the pub lic approval in the case of Taylor It would be a mean reflection on our humanity should this State surren der him to his implacable political foes to undergo a farcical trial in a court where there is no justice for him Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indi gestion Belching of Gas Sour stomach Heart Bums etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods into the kind of rich red blood that makes health and stren gth Sold hy Z Wayne Griffin Bro A 5 Bill Now Worth 2560 LG St John of this city says the Indianapolis Star has a curiosity in his possession in a five dollar bill which is 125 years old He has just gained possession of it although it was eft to him by his mother who died some twelve years ago The bill was given her when a child by a relativeIt issued under the act ofJuly 2 1770 by the State of Rhode Island drawing per cent interest per an num and signed by John Arnold Figuring compound interest it is how worth 2660 It is the intention of Mr St John to communicate with auhorities at Washington and ascertain if the State of Rhode Island will redeem the bill State of lssLucusFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of- F JtCheney Co doing business m the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm willpay H the sum ofONE HUNDRED DOlLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn tobefore me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December AD1886 GLEAsGNSeal c Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts tlyonthe blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take flails Family Pills for con stipation 1bttk r 1 d rvifr REIMBURSEMENT BILL For the Benefit of KentuckIans Who Were Drafted During Civil War On the occasion of Congressmen Stanleys visit to Owensboro on Saturday several interested persons consulted him in reguard to the pro posed bill to be introduced into congress to reimburse those who were drafted under certain conditions during the war and who paid out sums of money to substitutes The draft was irregular in its applica tion to Kentuckians and a bill was passed in 18G9 granting to each irIregularthe amount the applicants had to i establish their right to it within two I years Many never heard of the law and got nothing A bill has been I prepared to give another two years in which to establish such claims and it may provide not only for the payment of 800 but for the full amount with interest Bent Hor Double I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walk ed From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cute stomach liver and kidney disorders at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c- Reward of Patience Rankin WKat are you going to do with all those cigar checks orwhat ever you call them that you are sav ingPyleIm papering a room with them I want to show my wife that I can economize in some things as well as she can- Forcec to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so pain ful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Only 25c Interesting Case of Catalepsy Glasgow Ky Jan 9Dr J M I Every l Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes Ifthis action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advantage in this Less work for the stomach qujclccr and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount possiblreveryone in r health ScottsEmulslondoesjust that Achange olthcb- cttcr takes even before you expect it W will tend you a simple free Be sure that thb picture In tlu form of akbelbonthewnp pcrof every bottle of EmuUion you bay SCOTT tt BOWNE- Chemituf tog ParlStNYj- oerauadaoo II AlUnnbu 1 II r t Is jjjj Taylor the county physician rports a genuine case of catalepsy two miles from town the person afflicted is Fannie Wade who at times has been a pauper at the county house It is claimed that several days ago she had a fight with a woman and soon after began having fits This was kept up for several days the fits AtIbreathingI have remained so since To all ap pearances she is dead though her heart and icings perform their func tion Dr Taylor whe has charge of the case is cf the opinion that the patient will recover A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will always increase the strength If your stomach is a lit tle oft Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organ to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue buil ding blood Kodol relieves Spur Stomach Belching HeartBurns and all forms of Indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- AnEight r Dollar Bill Kaalea CUr Journal j Courtney Holmes of Burlington has in his possession an old 8 bill of the Continental currency of 1778 It is a small piece of rough white paper not over 4x3 inches now yel low with age and very poorly print edOn the face there is a round em blem and a inscription in Latin with the words United States of Ameri ca across the top To the right of the emblem are the words This entitles the bearer to receive eight Spanish milled dollars or the value thereof in gold or silver according to a resolution passsed by Congress at Philadelphia September261774- On the back is a design in three to bacco leaves and the words Printed by Hall Sellers 1778 The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W TV McGee of Vanleer Tenn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and affected a perma nent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and lung troubles At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free a How To Carry Money Dont carry your money in your hand in a purse which you are likely todrop or lay down at any moment Keep your money keys and other valuables in a bag attached to your person and see the bag is securely fastenedThe way of all to carry money is to keep it in a small bag hung around the neck This pocket can be made from a bit of ribbon chamois silk or linen and suspended by a narrow piece of ribbon securely fastened Have the little bag buttoned or looked together or use the patient fasteners which are really most convenient of all Wear this just inside your waist and you can get at it easily ifyou need to- Ot course when a waist fastens in the back this bag is not available and the inside pocket must be relied upon Drop loose change in small quantities into a coat pocket but never a loose bill as it will be blown or thrown out when you least expect it 1 CASTOR IAd i 5Uk Y1Iiiii it 7 LIiII 1 rlkaatwr 6of I f I I A Waste of Time Here is a little story of the unconscious humor of children A little boy of 4 asked Manimawho made the lions and elephant God my dear she answered And did He make the flea toonsked the little fellow Yes my e rteplied Fiismothei The littlecheap paused to Ide the mattir gyefMKenf saidrFiddltn work making es f V t AK 4 1 Tho Rind You Have Always Bought and which has been la uso for ocr 30 years has homo the signature of and has been mado his per supervision Its Infancy 110 ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood nro but Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Caitoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotiC substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Pauacca Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years ewe etNTAUH COHMWr n MUIIIUT exam arts TOHH CITY f OUR CLUBBING RATES4 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald1251rI- lE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 300 TILE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 1 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts Cosmoplitan 325 r TILE REPUBLICAN and TwiceraWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer TILE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to 4 THE REPUBLICAN i i WINTER TERM Begins tFanUarygJdMany are 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June M K v tf mb r 26 necemer JT W v Edge FordtTlllo March 7e Jane 27 I September ZT PwemLrr II II S Chamberlain IlfJo March SJ Jun IS r 2SllfCember a 1Herbert vender Centertown March SO Jane 12ptember0Veember SO 31 June SO Sep rtember30necember3l J y Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us ijl A KANSAS CITY man has been fined for carrying ten bottles of beer un der his coat Still he is better off than if he had had them under his ivestMR BRYAN generalized for an i hour sajs a cable report of his speech made at Manila The Colonel was evidently ill if he got through in an hour MR LONGSWORTH the fiance of Miss Roosevelt seems to be one of the members of that Congressional Committee who did some good for himself on the junket to Asia IT was rumored a few days ago that Caleb Powers had made an ap plication to President Roosevelt for a pardon Mr Powers denies the rumor in toto and says it was with out foundation THERE are all sorts of cranks in the Kentucky Legislature one of the commonest of which has in troduced a bill providing that each voter shall exhibit a receipt for his taxes before he is entitled to vote SENATOR A S BENNETT of the Seventh Senatorial district has in troduced two bills at the present session of the Legislature One seeks to prohibit rambling on horse racing The other provides for the appropriation of 25000 to be used for the purpose of placing the sta tues of Henry Clay and John C Breckinridge in the Hall of Fame These are measures of importance and should be enacted into laws IN response to our statement that the Frankfort machine seems to be on top the Hartford Herald says Since joa are peoklnr abontmachlnee what about the Ohio County Flecsl Court machine Machine in the sense we used the term and as the Herald evidently understood it means a political or ganization arranged and controlled by one or more leaders for selfish private or partisan ends It cant explain why but of course the Her ald objects to the manner in which the Fiscal Court is conducting the business that comes before it We expected all along that it would In fact it always condemns andcriti cises officials and public servants and most everything that it cannot dominate or dictate but we confess that we are surprised actually sur prisedat its extravagant accusa tion of the new Fiscal Court of being a political organization designed for selfish private or partisan ends Really who besides the Herald has the temerity to accuse Ben Cham berlin John Miles W R Edge W P Miller W S Dean Herbert Rent der or Judge W B Taylor than whom there are no more honorable menof acting in their official capaci as members of the Fiscal Court Ity a selfish private or partisan J end in view We pause for an an swer THE PROPOSED NEW COUNTY Just when everybody in this good t Ioldcounty of Ohio seems to be pro as never before with the 4prospect of another railroad slash ing across us the longest way we are confronted with the ever recur ring new county scheme From the rumors afloat no one is safeI w rf from these wouldbecounty creatorsJ tunless he lives in the miles of the Court House limitleft a us by the Constitution At first we i had supposed some enterprising citiI of the good town of Pordsyjlje 1were merely trying toyproyldgra J county seat with a county Now I we are told that it is an effort to make Ohio county Democratic and I that yEtnaville Herbert and Ralph precincts near Fordstille are to be left in the old county while the line will run around to include Rosine Horse Branch Arnold Select and Cromwell The county seat to beat I Horse Branch or Baizetown Although this latter possibility is doubtless held out to induce some people to withhold opposition We do not believe the members of the I Kentucky Legislature will be foolish enough to establish a new county for belaing until eventfully we would only have good old Democratic Buford leftIt is a serious thing to dismember a county For almost one hundred years the deeds and mortgages for all the territory affected have been recorded at Hartford If the new county is established whenever a land sale is made or a mortgage executed the parties will not only have to go to the new county seat but will also be out the additional expense of a trip to Hartford to ex amine the title here Besides un der the law they will not only be compelled to pay taxes to build new buildings and pay running expenses of the new county but will also have to pay their proportion of the indebtedness of the old county from which they were taken 0 We are not table to say just how much that will be in this county but with new bridges contracted for by the old Fis calCourtit will foot up something like 25000 Under a provision of the State Constitution a majority of the citizens in the territory to be chang ed must petition the Legislature before it can be legally done If you wish to avoid double taxes and end less confusion be careful what you sign for the next sixty days Nocreek A S of E News Nocreek Local No 610 met at Nocreek Ky Saturday night Jan uary 6 with all officers present and transacted the general line of busi ness There is an enrollment of 80 pay members in this local and 13 honary members We have in this union 150000 pounds of tobacco leaving only about 10000 pounds out The whole 150000 pounds will be pooled We endorse the adoption of the Green River District of 10000 hills to the hand The Hartford warehouse company is organized and incorporated with a capital stock of 5000 Paid up 2900 The board of directors of the new warehouse company will meet Tuesday January 9 1906 for the purpose of arranging for an addi tion to the house now occupied by said company They aim to have it completed inside of 60 days and will I have a capacity of one million pounds oftobaccoWe progressing nicely not withstanding when seme of our com mitteemen went to see the editor of one of our county papers about some matter to be printed was told they had better be at home at work ELLIS FOSTER Correspondent- W F STEVENS Asst Cor NOTE BY TilE EDITOR The editor of TilE REPUBLICAN never made this statement or anything that could in any way be construed to mean this On the contrary he has always been in sympathy with and done everything he could to advance the interest of the members of the American Society of Equity We called Secretary Foster over the telephone and he informed us that the party referred to as saying to some of the A S of E committeemen You had better be at home at work is in no way connected with TN REI UBL- 1CANRheumatism Is one of the constitutional it6Yifininflamed joints and stiff muscles cannot fee applicationsIt throush1thecourse of the great medici- neHpodsSarsaparilla permanentlyc For testimonial of remarkable cures MM for nook on Rheumatism No 7 OL Hood Co Lowe MM I w DUNDEE Jan 7Ithas been quite a while since any news from our prosperous little village has appeared in the pa TilEIa vicinity The A S of E meeting at this workIFarmers are about through demo ering tobacco while most of the to pooledIIThe work on the Baptist church place is progressing nicely and when completed will be an elegant buildingTom who was a few days ago operated on for appendicitis is improving very nicely Dr McDowell being attending physician Mr Trip Cooksey and family will leave about the 15 insl for Harper Kan where Mr Cooksey has recnt ly purchased large farm Dr Stewart of Beda has recently moved to our town and begun the practice of medicine We trust that he may have the best of success in his desired profession- Mr Wayne Stevens of Hartford was in our town Sunday on his usual missionMr Mrs B F Bean and child ren returned home today after a few days visiting to Mrs Beans sis ter Mrs Camp of Filpot Ky Dr Duff and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Duffs parents Esq Dean our newly elected magistrate was in town last week on businessMr L Armendt formerly ofour town butnow of Louisville and who is a traveling salesman for Vogle Bros Shoe Co was in our town Sat urdayMiss Williams is visiting her sister Mrs Sproule rRENDER i Jan 9Richard Sidenius of Hartford and sister Miss Hattie Wicklund of Elgin 111 were the guests of Mr and Mrs H W Jones last Wednesday Chas Cargal was up from Central City last Wednesday Moses Taylor of Earlington was the guest of his sister Mrs J W Tilford last Wednesday Jno S Spence was in Central City ThursdayMrs visited her parents Mr and Mrs W H Southerland in Prentis last Thursday and Fri dayJno Barrass of TaylorMines was here last Thursday- S F Howey of Central City was here last Friday- S B Filmore was in Hartford last FridayClaud McKinney of Beaver Dam was here last Saturday Messrs Otha Miller and Vince Wilson of Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Miss Pearl Tinsley has returned home from Centertown after a two weeks visit G T Tinsley is on the sick list Miss Alberta Shroader is on the sick list Isaac Oser is in Hancock and Da viess counties this week on business Work here at the mines is going on full swing now since the new year it seems that prosperity has opened up all at once 0 Resolutions on Unfaithful Member Whereas BroGeorge Brown being a member of Concord local Union and having first sold his tobacco to the trust and was about to be hand led by the union for the offense he then pledged his word and honor that if the union would stand be tween him and the contract of the trust and give him a written state ment to that effect that he would pool his tobacco and stay with the- union until the judgement day and there strike hands and passover and Whereas this union and others agreed and gave him a written statement to that effect according to his request he then loads his tobacco and leaves for Owensboro in the night and delivered it to the trust and Whereas he being excluded from union Therefore be it Resolved that as long as the A Sof E lives and George Brown lives that no members of the A j of E in the gnizejllum anyraw local or become a member at large Resolved that a copy of these Re solutions be kept in this local union and a copy sent to each of our coun ty papers for publication a copy be sent to the Owensboro Messenger and Inquirer and the Up To Date Farming for publication Done by order of Concord Local Union- J W CARTER 0 Quarterly Report OF TIIEo for sville Banking Co At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of December 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 9113817 Overdrafts unsecured 355000 Due from National Banks 1749321 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1100000 2849321 Banking house and lot 99171 Othor tocks and bonds 532500 Specie 110154 Currency 196500 706654 Furniture and Fixtures 96100 Current expenses last quarter 03632 One lot in FordsvilleKy charged off Total 14216393 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1510000 Surplus fund 176126 Undivided profits 136047 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 4235132 whichI1239J245 Total 14216398- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebt edness of any stockholder porsoncompany or firm in eluding in the liability of the company or firm the liabili ty of the individual members thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebt edness of any director or offi cer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per centof paidup capital stock of bank None See Sec 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm including inthe liabil ity of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capi tal and actual surplus No Amountoflastdividend 60400 Were allexpenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 percent ofnet profits of the bank for the peri od covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 596 Ky Statues State of Kentucky lssCounty of Ohio J T Smith Jr President of the Fordsville Banking Co a bank located and doing business at Hartford street in the town of Fordsville in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects- a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Dec 1905 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the busi ness of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above repprtjs made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary- of State designating the 30th day of Dec 1905 as the day on whichsuch report shall be made- J T SMITH Jr President IKE ADAm J D COOPER J T SMITH JR DirectorsI Subscribed and sworn J T Snith Jr President the day of January 1906 IKE ADAIR N P 0 Co Ky My Commission as Notary Public expires Feb 24 1906 I E P Barnes Bro The New Year is Upon Us and all RemnantsOdds and Ends In every department must bo cleaned out mid in order to do that we are making big reductions in pVices nil along tho lino Cloaks Wo are anxious to soil every garment in our stuck and you can buy Cloaks at onehalf of their original value Wo can sell you a nice neat good wearing garment for 200 each Every gar ment has tho price badly cut Our loss is tho purchasers ga- inOvercoats This lino will be subject to a big cut and wo can show you more Coats than any ono elso in tho county We have belt Overcoats at 575010 We have black Overcoats 5 750 10 16 and you will bo surprised at tho valued wo are offer ingWorking Clothes Carhart Overalls and Jackets Heavy Jeans Coats and Pants Corduroy Suits and odd Pants I Working Shoes And Boots We are certainly at the head of tho list in this line Wo sell tho best goods made in working Shoes and Boots and every pair is sold nt n straight legitimate price that menus a saving to tho buyer Shoes that wear Shoes that keep the feet dry Our lines of Rubber Boots and Shoes arc complete and all grades and sizes are well represented Beaver Dam NEW YEARS ON THE NILE How People In Old Egypt Celebrate Dawning of a New Twelve month In all ages and all lands much importance has attached to New Years day In Egypt the new ycaer foil between the 17th and the 20th of June and was called the night of the drop The sacred Nile was thought to flow down from Heaven and nt its lowest ebb about the middle of Tune a tear from the Isis fell Into tlin stream and caused it to rise Consequently at thix season the priests and people kept a olccplesi vigil at the rivers shore watch ing for the miraculous rise which should bring such riches to the whole land When the night of the drop came the priests cleared the altars of old ashes nn lighted the sacred fires for the new year Every one of the faithful corded a coal from the altar fo light the tire at hiBiiwn hearth mid fron end to end ihij lapel was nblnze with light The people put off their garments and arrayed themselves in white anointing heir heads with sacred oil crown lug themselves with lowers mid bearing palms in their linnilu while chants mill songs and find tag and processions Iliad the homes ITo Consumptives having been re afI a dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully I 4 t I Hartford College OLD RELIABLE W E ESTABLISHED It has educated more successful men and women than any similar in stitution in this part of the State THIRD TEKM OPENS JANUARY L15 1906 TRAINING OF TEACH JJ ERS A SPECIALTY THROUGH INSTRUCTION AND RAPID RE VIEWS IN COMMON SCHOOL BRANCHESProf Hoheimer who holds a State certificate and is a member of the County Board of Examiners has been engaged for full time to assist after Christmas in the Collegiate andNormal Departments Students will be given opportunity to take w work under each instructor in these departments i Miss Nettie Rogers who is suc cessfully conducting tho Business Department offers thorough in struction in Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping and other commercial l l J branchesFor information and catalogues addressWHartford Ky send free of charge a copy of the Ii I prescription used which they willJf Consumptionj 4 and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as 1Lit is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A I Wilson Brooklyn NewYork 32yr 0 1j1 mm I l m m Uunning through our stOlk preparatory to taking 11uicc wo fi I1d 1Il1n short lcngths in Silks Volvots Voolcn Drcss Goods Whito Goods m broidcrics l1i1Jons etc which 0 deaho to turn into cI8h at once 1u do this IIIcuns n sncrifice- I lhia wo m going to stl1H1 What wo lose meln5- n gain to you I I Fairs Short Length Ri bons- I roo 11 icdnn a8sortmont to go into detail Man that IUO fino in qllli1it and high in price go into this lot J ust tho kind for tho hair and neck Co III 0 and luok throngh them light in- torest ou Fairs Short Length Woolens rhcso willaccul11ulato in nn stock Wo havo- them and thoy must go at n luss htch bettor fur children than Ginghums and about as cheap in prico Vo knuw that it will pnyany lady to como n1Hllouk through thom COS NO CON SIDgng Wo shal1 expect you Fairs Short Length Em broideries Our now sp1ng gm roidories will soon e tn- Ve wnnt ruom for them This means that our pr sent stock of short lengths must moo lUany- o1thc80 longths a1O suitablo for chihlrol1s wear Corset cuve18 etcl run from a out 1 to 7 ards inn piece rako a close look at theso V0 firo satisfied U1 will pronounce them bargnins Besides theso fow specials wo find through our ontiro stock somo odds and onds in lons Clothing Shoes JAdies Jackets lIillin ry Coin forts and Blankets Wo will cluso Ol t at geatly re- ducOll fignres If its real argains ou want como to us If wo cant convinco ou that its merchandiso away undor tho regular p1c9 and dont 5011 to you wo will cortainlyappreciato our kindness in looking through The Elarsaln G1ver Hartford Republican FRIDAYJANUARY 12 IlilnoleCentral RallroadTlme Table Korlb odN- ol82 daI40 a m- dII1I2I1al1t1O m 102 248 pm lion d No Itl dal am- No101 da4 pm No 111 da 8481 mI I AU Millinery reduced in pricc at Fairs I for furs by Sam BachsIBring your pork to Bean Bros Co Hartford Ky For Furniturc and Sewing 1 chines visit Carson Co faII For bargains in Overcoats and La dies Cloaks see Carson Co Mr J W Carter Concord was a lleasantcaller last Saturday I If Jllghtst market price paid in cash fbr fu at U S Carsons grocery I A big reduction In price through the month of January at Carson Co I i Sec FairsReninant Woolen Goods Embroideries and Ribbons Cortaln ly ba gains I Mrs J H Raleyand Mrs H D- Haynesl are the guests of Mrs ML HeavrinIMiss Ada ParkCentral Grove Mslted ercousin Miss EmmaEI ark CIty last week I Col CM nnrnett returned to Louisville Wednesday fter a few days visitto his family here Special prices on aU Fannelctts Outings and Wool Tricot at Fairs For special bargains in Overcoats caU at Fairs They must be closed out Bring your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest market price for them 110t of Children Raps at Fairs former price 250 and 350 cholc w 198- In Miss Mattie Tinsley NoCreek visited the family of Esq J A Park last Saturday Messrs Alex Maddox and R B Carter McHenry were leasant call rs 1londay Mrs Sam Parris and children will arrive Saturday lor Sunday to visit her paaentsbefore Ioing West The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 300 in advance gets both papers A big lot of odds and ends in- mens ladles and childrens Sho at greatly reduced prices at Carson Co Leave your taundry at Clev lIers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf If you want the highest market price being your Eggs Chickens Turkeys and Feathers to Carson Co Mr ScthMoseley moved Monday with his family from Prentis to Hartford He is occupyin rooms over Beans grocery HevA B Gardner will fill his nextJSaturday J4 t C J Dr S Crowe Dcda was a pleasant callerWednesday Mr Clarence Jamel Cromwe1l culled to see us while in tOwn yesterday lion H P Taylor went to Leitch field Wednesday on important bUti ness Special prices on Ded Comforts and Blankets at Fairs Good tirne- to buy Rev L W Tichenor and Messrs Watt and Tilden Taylor 1Iatanzas were pleasant ca1lers Tuesday Schrroters Floatimr Studio is still at Hartfords wharf but will leav Monday January 22 Get your photo made now Only a few Jackets anft Furs lQf- tat Fairs Want to close them out Special prico to you Call and see them Dlack nlrkhead have leased AC Taylors undertaking business and can supply anything in that line Call on them at Taylors stand Dr S J Wedding went to Greenville Wednesday under orders from Pension department to examine an- app1icant tor increase of pension WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Dox One Cedar Rapids la Mrs John Campbell of Rosin- egae birth to twin babies last Saturday a boy and a girl Dr S J Wedding was the officiating physi can Mr John 1IcIntire who has been absent in the employe of an Ohio river Navigation Company for the past two months is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J 11 McIntire The dates and plac sat which the various Magistrates Courts will beheld during this year will be found at the head of the first column on page four The dates were fixed by Judge Miller in December but we did not learn of the chang until too late to correct In the directory on page seven Mrs Mildred arnett an old and hlsthly respected lady died at her home nearBeda Tuesday night at 11- oclock alter a lingering illnCS3 extending overthree orfouryears After funeral services conducted by Rev J A Bennett herremainswere interred at the Mill cemetery Wed dcsday at 2 oclock The Fiscal Court adjourned yesterday afternoon being in session since January 2 The Magistrates al1 worked hardand disposed of the business rapidly but the business proved o be quite voluminous and adjou111ment could not be had at an earlier date The out of town members of the court left for their respective homes yesterday afternoon WANTEDTwo men in each county to represent and adertise Hard ware Department put out Ramples- of our goods etc Traveling Posi- sition or Office Manag r Salary 9000 per month cash weekly with all expenses paid in advance We furnish everything TIlE CoLUMBIA HOUSE Dept 610 Monon Bldg- 26t4 Chicago Ill Supt James MDeWeese enter taiJ1ed the following members of the Fis Court and other gentlemen named at noon luncheon at theCom- mercial Hotel Wednesday Ju ge- W n TaylorJusti es W R EgeW S Dean B S Chamberlin Herbert RenqerW P MillerJ H Milesand- E G Barrass R B Martin HF Lowe County AttorneyE M Woodward County Clerk W S Tinsle- yUG Ragland MS Ragland Dr- A F Staniey Cal P Keown Oscar Midkiff C E Smith M 1- Heavrin REDA Jan 10Miss Olive Carson and Moten King of Hartford visited friends and relatives in our town Sunday afternoon Miss Belvia M Cormikof No creek visited Miss Ethyl Bennett Sturday afternoon Joe Bennett returned from Owens boro Saturday SamEllIs and W C Ashley went to Owensboro Friday Miss Mary Parks and Moten King visited Clara Bennett Sunday afternoon Rev Calvert filledhls regular ap- poIntment atNocr ekSunday Ehy od Ross left Thtirsdayfor Pleasant Ridge where he will eng ge OI v i t In the drug business 1J D Sanderfur nnd family of- Nocreek visited Kirt Ambrose and wife Thursday Mrs H A Baird and children visited her mother Mrs S A Den nett Sunday Mr nnd Mrs Albert Chinn visited Mr and Mrs James Chinn Saturday nl ht and Sunday Mr James Chinn has lagrippeo- r EXTRACTINO THE OLIVE OIL Spnln Is Ambitious to Compete with Italy In the Production of Ollvea- nnd Olive OU TIle olin illdushJln Spain Is In- crcmdlt in importuncc within late Jeurll mailllr owiu to the efforts which hare been made to use 1- mlror d locesscs 110 UB to compct lucccl8fnllJ with the Itulillll III dusttOlle of the Iluding blanehes of the olin tmde 18 tile Icpurat- lon Qf gtII1I olhCR lhis is I at 1ell out Oil It llItgc Hcule lit Burce- 101la flwle Is 11 Iurge InhIlIal nRumplioll of the 01l s ulll1 be- tllcJlK tilt allllual exports now reach iIJ IJ tOilS fIle 01h18 utcI- JUt up In bottles or Iwgs 10 car I out thl pickling process the olles arl well 8Ortell a onl those which show 110 fuults call be- lOpt 1her thcnluc pluccll for seeritl- daJs in eolll water which Is Ie Dewed flllucntl fheu thl arl placed In a hrine bath which COil lists of a salt and sodailolulloll- ulld arc coted with the IIIIUld- In 80Ull 1 IIHes ditTelent a romatloR- IIIJ11tnnlll arc uddcd to UII bath 80 OB to gire 11 specllli 111111 to the olhIs Ripe or IlIurlJ riII- Iolhcs III hut lIWe 111 dlmaull lIul1- re not cOllllumcll to u llItge extent As to the extrlwtioll of olhe oil thlll hUI IICeu canled out hllltof- oro by a prlmitire IIIOC SR Each IInllll1 cultimtor exltacted ilia- OWII 011 bJ a press which he hired enmallJ tl1akln JItJment In 011 or farm IlfOdllcts fhe olles wpr Jround II in It horfle mill 11fole- resldng Ihe grou nel ollcs welI IhllI 11ut in a leII pre IIJ using holllng Wlltet for tlw xtractlon The llressell arc of lien bnlld hilt the llroccAII Is aRlow one alHI the 01h8 need to be Rtorld on han for some time Ther arC thnK likely to ferment nnd ghc on In- ferlor quality of 011 It III estlmatlll that there are ROmp 3000 or 4000 prlmltho oil IIIcsses in use In fipllin ot th present time The pomace whlch re- maincl nR formerly used for fodder or aR a combnslible bnt now It Is enerlllly sold amI more 011 Is taken from It bJ on Improd- processfiome of th larte producers SIlW the nlcsslty of work- Ing on a grenter Rale nnd com mncdto introlIuce large elinder pressls and grlndln mill which gaye anlncre Re In the qunntlty as well 08 thc qnal- Hyof the 01- 1As to the remainder of th olive 011 proeRs the 011 1M 1lacd In earthenware JOIS or tin tnnkA ond thn filtered In some caRes tbe air Is kept from the 011 by menn of a 11lJ r of alcohol which Is placEd on tbp 111I1fn The Inferior rndlR Of 011 arc us d In oap- monufllcturc Scllntl c A mer- iean Thole Prolalc Tradumen- Ah my beloved he cried fervently 10m not rich In thll worlds goods n r am I clever alii some menall But If a tender nod everlasting loe goe for an- thIog It goes witb me all right sbe- Jnterrupted But John Im afraid It wont go wltl tbo- butcberClevell1nd Leader FaKed up fSO this js tbe old family D4ble said Mr Newman who was wafting fn tbe parlor for Miss Passay No eplfed Miss Pas8ays Iit tie brotbcri thats tbe new onf- me sister bougbt last week RO she could write In it nil about wben sbe wli bornCatholiuS- tundard and Times One Hans Theor- yPeckemMarrlage undoubted Iy destroys the imuglnatlon explanatlonWhile stillsingl a Joung man imagines he would be better sutls- fied If he had It wlft butnffe Ullr- rla e he klfows betfelCldcllgo Daily News WJ Hdd l t Spec a1 SalI OB I DRESS GOODS i Two Weeks Only At Cost Price c Wo hl1vo concluded to start our lOOG business with 11 rush of bargains lhis salo enables you to get ome wondeiful bargains i Dry Gpods f01 we aro selling them at tho ery cost price rhoy are 311 now goods received this f n and an assortmont that affords nny one a good selection V0 are offering staplo goods which you are posted on All fine Worsteds and Chev iots in solid colorsselling price fifty cents Sale and I 2ISuitingrI regular seUing price 140 2IDest Flannel in solid colors I which you have to pay 25e CII I lOe Canton Flannel rat 7C 9I2- I I C I at 41C 10e Crash Toweling at 81Cl 1 wo mention Capital b PTAYLOR HOLBROOK Accidental Shooting Wednesday at at- Bowlings about three clowd ven- or boys had congregated and were at with thirty two All the weae thought and atwentyyearold eject the Whfla- dohig H la the was dischqrgecJ and the ball through the thum and the lower right side the abdomen Arthur Debruler- Debrulers wound He five ars age and unmarried farmer respectable tho regretted CATO211 the wa JSBoU- PSlptlllO f9i Tl pMu Fancy solid or striped colored Flanneletts which sells at 7Costprice 2C Calico at 4ic in the best In digo Blues Simpson Ameri can Prints aJtd all of the best grades that can be43chad for only 1- 0GINGHAMWe have several of fine Gingham bprice7c Checked Gingham Apron53e Fancy Worsteds in check or solid colors usual price 20e 1 5IeStile and cost price Ve havo malO goods that aro going at en9rmous- Iy low prices which do not bere SAM BACH HartfordKy ++++ +4++++ tt ++ + t i BANK OF HARTFORD i XNCORPORArED 1882 f Stock 4 000 00- i id ddiL ityl ggggg iSecurety to Deposltors 9200000 I J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE V Prest R Asst Cashier J W FORD Directorsi+ + ++++++ + + tf+ 1 oclock p m store miles East of Fordsville a of s eight shooting a spot a pistol loads tohave been fir Alonzo- Robison boy at- tempte to hulls pistol went of of is considered fatal is abou t twenty y of Both arc boy of families and accident is grfatly sAK d YO U Hi ve +tt d f c I bolts Shirt stripes seHing Cashier entered A ersDont try cheap coughmedl yersCherryrecordJt has sixty ears of Cherry Pectoralcuresl Ask y u r doctor If- he doesnt use It for coughs colds bronchitis and allithroat andluogtroubles Pectoral11thcbllUlllAue 01111 and hud eolda JoIIIUf4N 1lDlthac N y 2Ie 11100 JOATIUioo All 1n Iudmlrlrlufor Bt nchitisC orrect any ndncy toconatl a tlonwltI1 Ayr 11M iO I f r J 1 Ir H 1 TRY TO BEAT AMERICA iKlnetoscope and Graphic Illustra tions of tho Issues with Candi dates Picture Will Be Shown ItInthe matter of unique elec tioneering devices during tIle rap electionRgoing even inventive America one better For instance here is the t latest proposition announced by the Pictorial Political nssooia lion for the benefit of parlin I mentnry candidates of limited oratorical attainment By subscribing to that firm a prospective M P will be relieved of the necessity of addressing meetings of his constituents an advantage that perhaps may be JInsteadfrom the platform We will now 1 I TtlIllIi graph niaohino will throw on to a t J screen an animated fiscal story in several scenes Tohn Bull willj be observed in slumberless atti tude dominated by the bad fairy free trade Hut there enters the good fairy of fair trade who con jures up a telegraph boy Prom the messenger John Bull receives t a telegram which reads Handed in at empires standpaint To John Bull Queer street The un employed problem must be solvedBritaiuiiat lY then manu factures a vision for John Bulls edificationthe bare interior of a cottage and a starving family This is followed by a bakers shop and the symbolic big and little loaves Finally the fairy of fair tradewhose personal charms are infinitely superior to those of her rival vanquishes the fairy of free trade and all is well with John Bull- A object lesson realis fticallytaught by another film de scenes in the life of an alien commencing with his em barkation at Bremen and ending with his of an 1from4 Wake Up John Bull and Back to the Land are the sub jects of further cinemetograph dims Several more are in prep oration for the general election The invention is that of a Mr Lewin Fitzhamon and the scenes are built up and photographedin a little theater which has been spe dally built at Walton on Thames The Bees of Beevfli Texas with nearly half a million beehives claims to produce more honey than any other state but It Texas contemporary is mistaken in saying that its good county of Bee is named for the busy insect which makes all this sweetness long drawn out The county was named for Bernard E Bee Sr of the noted South Carolina family of that name who went t Texas at an early date and playe- an important part in its affairs during the period of the republic By an odd coincidence of name It s county seat Beeville in said to have a famous collection of bees but it is better known to fame an the site of a horticultural branch of the Texas agricultural station St Louis Republic Trying to Save the Buffalo Now that a society has been formed to preserve the buffalo strangthatundertaken before and that the government itself did not take ef fective measures to save this val organlzution systematic the existing herds The under oalybeaninterestlug profitable for the buffalo under rapIdly commoditylittsburg using a Romantic Simile They were walking together o a cloudless night under the llgb of the big round moon which seemed unusually bright and beau- x tiful Suddenly he stopped clasped his hands and cried rat turously Oh Mary Look at the moon to night Isnt it beautiful mag nificent l Yeti aint itj VIhiamlshe re ulied with eauAJfbuijtosm It lots like n big fried egg dont it dearLondouJutlyT THE FRUITS OF THE ROSEj Pears Apples Peaches Plums and Quinces Are Cher1teII Found in This Class Among the fruits uf the rose family are apples he plums cherries and quinces as well as our strawberries raspbor ries mill blackberries The apple is a fruit of long descent Among the ruins of the Swiss lake dwell ers are found remains of small seed apples which show the seed valves and the grains of flesh The crab apple is a native of Britain mill was the stock on which was grafted the choicest varieties hen brought from Europe chief Prance Apples of some sort were abundant before the Con j quest and had ben introduced probably by the Itomans Ytt often as Saxon manuscripts tllllaki of and cider there blfOll1theread of time poarmain and the cost t aid Chaucers mellow custard In the roll of household ex penses of Eleanor wife of Simon de ltonf tort apples and pears are entered In the year 1280 the royal fruiterer to Edward I pre cents a bill for apples pears quinces medlars and nuts Pip pins believed to be seedlings hence called from the pips or seeds growninact Drayton writing of the or chords of Kent at that period can name only the apple the orange the russean the sweeting the pomp water and the reinette John Winthrop is usually held responsible for the introduction of the apple into the New World But as matter of fact when Winthrop anchored off Cape Ann the retinal appltfreesShawmut Neck Some of the best of QUI American apples were brought over by the Huguenots who settled in Flushing L L iu 660 and planted there among others the pom me royale or spice apple WAS TOO IMPRESSIONISTIC Farm Hand Declared Landscape Painting Was Hardly a Good Likeness of His Muter Of John S Sargent who hn been accused of painting a Balti more physicians beard blue a Dos tonian said the other day Mr Sargent will take this fling about the blue beard good humor edly He likes flings at artists At n dinner bore during Ills last visit to America I heard him tell a pretty good anecdote at his own expense He was visiting he said a country family near Woodstock and one morning by a lake side he paindta ter and the rolling hills behind Aa he painted away a house servant came to tell him that luncheon was ready As Mr Sargent slowly cleaned his brushes he noticed that the man was lingering to study the wood and water scene upon the canvas Well said the artist what do you think of my picture Why sir the servant fal teredI cant say as its such a- very good likeness of the master Cupid eat the Bank A Philadelphia bank clerk at f50 per month has been dismissed be cause the bunk has a rule that no clerk receiving less than 1000 near shall insisted eommarryhmgerehissalary reached that amount There are other Cegirllikeentertainsimilar those bank officials attempting to say whether we shall get married or not 1 she exclaimed We will plnnaedt It P horses or an automobile or any thing like that We would have got along comfortably on f50 a month It is said that many con corns have a rule like that of tl Philadelphia bank Yet isnt it a fast that most married couples be gin with no more than 50 per month Ufica Press SNAKES OF THE SARAWAK Dorlneo Spits and Hisses at Intru CatIa recent number of the Sara 1111 Gazette is an article on the of of Borneo Of jatheThe cobra iiaja tripudians is n black snake which raises its heal thlIRlilflIwhence it is known as tilar Udong puss ill some PIts too as te tiIplied to all large snakes which Malays consider to be poisonous foquaiutedsi number of large but harmless forms mire designated by this term The hnnmdrvtil tnnjn lniiigirnsl is a brown snake considerably big Itllhead nod expands the hood before striking Its food is chietly other snakes Less dangerous than these na jus are the vipers of which the most common species is the green viper which readies a length of two feet or more Time head is large and shaped like an aw of spades This creature is a tree snake anti very sluggish The bungarus are of several species one buugarus fasciatus of length up to tour feet being black with yellow rings It io called till iilur- buku tebu sugarcane joints by natives There are also sea snakes of many species The tail of a sea snake is flattened and oar like Sarawak has other snakes Of the pythons there are two species Python reticulatus grows to an enormous size over 20 feet It is very fond of pigs but varies its diet by various animals including even children The oil of this snake is used by Malays as an em brocation for bruises The other species of python python cactus is interesting in that its flesh tastes like that of a fowl at least HO Dyaks say and tlll l1re author fries on snake flesh for they eat a number of the large snakes AMERICAS FIRST COACH In 1744 Stage Line Was Started to Run Between New Brunswick Nand Trenton N J As public conveyances or the stage coach has been in vogue in England since 1010 the establish ment of a similar convenience wa demanded in America many years before the war for independence As earlras1744thereforeaetag line started to run between New Brunswick and Trenton X J and by 1756 this route had been ex tended over from New York to Philadelphia Moreover as in England so in Americathe advent of the stage coach necessitated marked im provements in the highways while the building of better road and turnpikes naturally created greater demand for more coaches and what was more to the pur pose lighter vehicles In 1771 there were but 38 con veyances of every description in the city of Philadelphia but by 1794 their number had increased to 827more than twothirds of which were comparatively light vehicles a condition which le- one d of the local papers to publish a most deprecatory article con corning the use of conveyances in which it was stated that the cus tom of riding was then being ried to such extravagance even farmers want carriages ADVENTURE OF AN OCTOPUS True Story of EightArmed Beast Arms of Monster Measure 25 6Feet in Length fHere is u true story of an octopus not the kind that has its headquarters in New Jerse Two fishermen were plying their vocation off Great Belle Island Conception bay off the Newfound land count Suddenly they discov ered at a short distance from them a dark shapeless mass flouting on the surface of the wn mter Concluding that it was probably part of the cargo of borne wrecked vessel they up proached it anticipating a valuable prize anti one of them struck 1Uponheap became suddenly animated fwd spreading out discovered tl head with n pair of large prom bleat staring ryes which stewed to gleam with intense ferocity the lXpORIlike heal with an apparently hoN tile anti malignant purpose The tacit wore petrified with terror and for n moment so fascinated by tin humble sight that they wore pow Illiiss to funks a naive to defend themselves i Before they hud time to recov er their presence of mind tit mon ster now but a few feet from the bunt suddenly shut out from around its head several long lleshy arms grappling with them r the bout mum seeking to en it in their folds Only tilt two longest of those arms reached the craft ami owing to their great length went completely over and beyond it Seizing his hatchet with a desperate effort sue of the men succeeded in sev ering tliese limbs with a Dingle welldelivered blow nod th1lU turotlnding itself worsted imme diately disnp carcd Ulieatli the watersleaving in the boat its am putated members as n trophy of the encounter One of the arms wits unfor tunately destroyed before Its value was known but the other when brought to St Johns and cx amined by Rev M Harvey was found to measure no less than HI feet Time fisherman who acted as surgeon declares there must hove been at least six foot more loft at lathed to the monsters body The story is preserved in the pro ccedings of the British Zoological society I MOUNTAIN COAT IS DARING jf All American Hoofed Animals This One Possesses Most CouriageLive in Gross The Rocky mountain goat is the most expert anti daring of all American hoofed animals Ittihoofs are small angular and pact anti ore so constructed that the animal can seals heights that are absolutely inaccessible to hu man beings It has been seen as pending and descending the jter I lendicular faces of rocks where it did not seem possible for an ani mum of any kind to cling for an in stant It was not forced to make the climb but did it with cost anti equanimity and stopped fre quently to look behind The animals live with but few j justsabove the timber line on high mountains and particularly love dangerous icecovered slopes and hogbacks over which only the boldest hunters dare follow I British Columbia however they descend so near to tidewater that more than one specimen has been shot from a canoe An average Rocky mountain goat stands 37 inches high at till shoulders and has a girth of 51 inches The body from the tip of iaand the tail is four inches long Its hair is yellowish longThem longer and coarser than those of the female Of the specimen now being mounted the horns of the male are nine inches long with a spread at the tips of five inches The females horns are a little more than seven inches long and have a spread of 4J inches The females horns are much more slender and come to n sharper vut cannon or shinbone from the knee to the hopf It is approximately the same as the bison or buffalo and the beast has long been known as the pigamybuffuloIfitshairwer the color of that of the buffalo tho resemblance would be even more striking Another peculiarity is gonyf t its shoulders In fact even the crown of its head is never above the level of its shoulders SURE CURE For All Disease of STOMACHLIVER CURES WHERE ALL ELSE Del Caush Sjrnip Tastes FAILSI Use In time SjtJ by J NNOUNCEMT8- I i LINOIS GENTRRL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service seta rtes the best of trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars I3ulTet Library Cnrrfand Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati anti Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching the Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans VrcksburJIGu1f ort Miss Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 27 1900 Gulfport is n Mexico Gulf Cost resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New i Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service New Orleans and the ocean liner I twinscrew nincteenknot i I S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednesj ntllIavollaI Daily Sleeping Cars without change Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from J Cincinnati and LouisvilleIThrough Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and At lantaII Special tours of Mexico and California I via the Illinois Central and oflRaymondChicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mexi co and California the last to include a stopover at New Orleans for the Mari Gras Entire trips made in j special private vestibule trains of finest Pullman with dining car serj vice Facinating trips complete every detail onsltothrough to Los Angeles and Srnfranl cisco as follows Via New Orleans and the southern route every Friday I from Chicago every Tuesday from Omahanand the Scenic Route every Wednes day from ChicagoiFull particulars coccerning all of the above can be had agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines of by addressing the either of the undersigned sJos Bicos D P A CincinnatiI F W HARLOW D P A Louisville j JNO A SCOTT D P A Memphis i I J BIG FOUR j I Th- Indianapolis e Best Line + toIPeoriaIChicago + Toledo S Detroit iCleveland i And allother points East J Information cheerfully fur- nishedI on application at City Ticket om Cemg Four No J 259 Fourth avenue or write i SJ GATES Genl Agent Passenger toi I Louisville Ky o 11e LEGTBII Quick Relief and Cure for Head ache ackayhelDIzEineee Xadlfeatlon Malrl v IG ti arr Jo J y rCU IUIINTT c iH liTU BARNETf SMIT- HA11o1tNEYSttT LAW- n itiroim IcY Will irncllri tlii lrirnfriuiloii III nil tbixourt lpprnhNprclnlIlirlrcnr tillrclliiiKnnil the emit ollViin Innliiuil llwil Kitat tnw Hi vdnUltt Oat lit llrtULKMX llullillag FRANK LFELI- XAttoneyatLaw IIAKTtOlllt Y JWill 110 bU prnhhn In 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rieotnuubl0r J PUN YLiQCESRogrtIar prioo 86O p r pair 5voYou a Sample nR15siASs Pair for Only ourtTHE am- NO MOPE TflfhJ tr from PUNCTURES RosuU of 15 years osuprieur ui tine making No tiannor from THORNS CACTUS PINS NAILS TACKS OP GlASS Sirious punctures IIkn Intontliiml knife cUUuutt bo llko any oihir tire Pond for Caiatocuo T showinr all klndu and niakra of tiro at rm F pair and UP otoo tuathlraker 11I1IItd 4 hrt onI IllryeIeaSundryM at llall the usual prices II IJ This IIr wil APPROVAoD wrAoae II amlp Wo allow s cash 5 thlrrhy making tJo price flrtI per pair It y0u send lull ahwills oritmr Tlr t to txi ruturucu at our cxiwnw It not CO Dept JL1 ILL u l Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines y ISOt Lexington ani Louisville r St Louis the West- Two trnins daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis C12 p m Carrying vcstibulcd and Cafe Observation Par lor CarMeals a cartethrough without cargo Leave Lexington 530 p m Louisville 1015 pm arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper tough without change Sleeping Car berths at 111 bust Main St Lexington Ky231 Ave Louisville K1orUnion BEST THE- BOWELS i If you ksTsnt a rerilsr htsltbr movement of the- boweaerydayToureIllerwnlb Kttprour bowels open and be well free In the chap ot 101 pbJI 0 or 111110110 It The j keepinggthe j CANDY L CATHARTIC = 11I j CANDYI DoI j flood Ner r Bltknn Wtskta or Orlp 10 IIae Beats os Writs forte sample sod book Ittoahsslth Adlrsts UJ Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New Yo- rkCEP I YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Nasal CATARRH la all Ice stares then houM pe clesiilln- esElji Cream Balm elcan e othe and heal- sthe dUeued membrane 11 eurtscaturh drives T1 away scold the head quickly WANTED Iuncturolcss KUD la Cream Dalm It placed Into the noitrui spread over the Is absorbed RellsHs Im mediate and acurs follows It Is Dot drylnj oee notproduce sneering Large Size 60 cents at Drug QUN or by manic Trial Size 10 cents by snail ELI UROTIIEILS 66 Warren Street New York r 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE rVUrtna DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ae Anyone sending a sketch and dNerlpUoaI Intention Ispro0ablrpstentabli lions stnotl CentlalNAaS ou iaUaM tree Oldest for seta npateats eoelrSpcWnotkswllhoalo rkaNlear latlon of mnracienUBo ioaraaU term M a r i tons martbaL 0 4b I NilCa QrkP 1 Drag oe 4 N Ivi t tit iV fJtfs 4Er R EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVEnEDbyPATENTS- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS nI j A EXAMINAtiON will dfacouel f r satuisctorr umlnstlon MEAD CYCLE GHIGAGO tinci coaches e Fourth Depots FOR and membrane and newadultra i KILL THE COUGH II AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH qr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK I gROeunrtoANoovcNoEomodel frat felTta how to o irnlmu aPJrlilbUt44 IN ALL COUNTRIES Uiulnttl Jlrrrl vllJk Rail7os lnti timr Iktfatftil I IU EzclelvelyWrlkor Stalk Itnrt tff anew saw ntat One WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rcch Agricultural land Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNl4IN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS recln1nachairfirst and third Tuesdays of each pamphlmtolder H C TOWKSEKD 1tIPJtrldrkLT YATTHEWSfnrttisg wgitTItLrAT 1 1AUtREiIVO RESTORtS VITALITY I u Made a Well Man 1 of Me Ft 1NC7 REDProduce the above results to 30 days It aetl owsrf ally ana aulcklr Cures wbsn all otliirs falL ooogmea nlll tegsln their lost iaulioodtadolil tatESItEVIVOnear tart Vitality Impotency Subtly Emlsslont andWwhich unfi ts one for study business or minis II not only curebystaztingattheseat ordtllue hut hanglugStoring toe ere ot youth It wards off lassnlt end Consumption Insist oa having REVlTO no tthsr It can be ureleddnjutDocket Br cull fOOprsaclugeorsixaorSLeOt HII law written gwSnt to even ilUaVAVAIFor FL Will let- Ir J r tt cY 1 nw OUR WfKLY 9E1 YORK LETTER Midwinter Hats of Gauzy Stuffs Modified Bandeauxa Noticeable Fea ture Sweeping Plums and Full Tulle Ruches Drideimaid Hat o Black Leaver and Pink Tulle fly RENE DEVERAUX dale H it wnum of ovvnliiK lade lint cliiiMMiux UniTy anil tuft im suniinur skits tires n niUhvInlur fcnturi of Iliua crcotiimnri With fiisliluus usinil lu foiwlHtuiuIiM nNUIo wunllior grow Colder Iioiuljtear nRfluniPxiuuro airy of torte cloiidlllit tulle ntelica nUll Imng Hwvpiilnj iihiiiiM uildlnc to the plelnr osqiiontMs of box and restaurant par tllMIliiiillv ice the RrnNon advancoH bad nnd Nidu ImtiilLMiiix have asmunttl inoro normal iirojuirtlnns kavlnu the lint tilt ed but a trlllo mare sane In appear pure UVPII HO however there IH still milllcliiit room for 11 superabundance of trimming and many of the mimrtet Ivinlnt haH Mites their bandeaux en llrelv covered with ono long white ostrich foalher Short bock sailor shapes fafilonel of Irish crochet not other lacy materials nro taking the plnlentScomblnctl with her and flowers Seen In n theater box last week will a straight brimmed hat of Irish crochot simply trimmed with n bunch of white hatdenuUn At ono Ride tens an effective bunch of gold roses A Htrlklncly mart lint worn with n French blue broadcloth wan of a cor resiKindhiK shade of blue felt becom I TUB LAT RIIAPE 1IIQ1I BACK COED ingly knocked up and trimmed nt the side with a hunch of Kold brown tips Xvxt tho hair In front was a twist o pold brown velvet Mud a cloud of golU brown tulle covered tile bandeau At ono of the weeks fashionablej church wetldhiKi the brldcsmaldH were gowiie In pink clillTou cloth quaintly j fiiohloned their bodices gaped with I long law llehus with ends reaching almost to the hem of the gown lu front i Worn with these gowns wore large black beaver kntH rolled ut the left old iouil iilcturesauely covered with plulc tulle rushes and nuuibcrt of pink curl cllrII pink tourmaline the gift of tile bride AVIillo lung bklrts are lliidoubtoUly mnklng a Htrong bid for popularity at many of the smart riffalrs of tho Wee tho abort skirt was decidedly awes worn Sonic advanced spring guwu- brought out for those who winter south lire made with walking length circular skirts and exceedingly short boleros terminating hath back and front a trl lie below the bust line AH n rtilo these short boleros ore vastly more becoming than long coat effects and for early spring wear or for southern climate are lighter nml more comfortably worn startlinghairhas brought forth Everything from a Jeweled comb to n sweeping paradise feather or n glided quill adorns the coiffure of New York fashionables Dainty and chic are the little wreaths of tiny pink roses strung on wires and worn around tho head In n semicircle Some of these are made of gold or nil ver roses exceedingly effective in dark tresses Toweled roses are quite fash ionable anti where large lowers either natural or artificial are worn they are usually worn in pairs one over the loft ear perhaps and tho other nearer tho top of thin coiffure Denmark Claim Nelson The Danes maintain that Admiral Nelson Was one of their race despite the fact that he was bora in England They point out that thename is Dan- Ish and that many Danes were settlers in East Anglla They consoled them solves over their defeat at the battle of Copenhagen with the thought that the victor wits one of their own race At least ono Scandinavian historian re fern to his family as one of the most brilliant examples of noble English families descended from the North men Apples Cures Drunkards 1Fps 10 years said a physician I have advocated apples as a cure for drunkenness In that time I have tried the apple cure on some 40 or 60 drunkards and my success has been most gratfyjift Let any man afflicted with the love of drink eat three or more apples willjliaiuii11yif 4flt e II f r oI 1 I j smokes as little as possible Iknow a woman who cured a drunken husband without his knowledge by keeping always a plentiful supply of good apples on the dining table The man ate those apples and finally stopped drinking altogether A Fatal Trimming Ilickm m countyfwhose feet are paralyzeda few weeks ago while trimming his toenails not being able to see very well or feel any pain cut oft the endof his toes Wood poisoning set in and he cannot live Died on Ills Horse Greenburg Ky Jan DJ IL Coffey jailer of Green county died here this morning on the street He was sitting on his horse when stricken with heart failure He had only been jailer four days atthe time of his death LATEST FIYING KITE Of Prof Alexander Graham Bell Carres a Weight of 227 Pounds Sydney N S Jan DAfter ex perimepting for a number of years at his labratory at Beinn Breagh Braddock with kites for the tetrah edral from a construction Prof Alexander Graham Bell announced yesterday that he had succeeded in having his latest designed kite in the air and carrying a weight of 227 pounds this including a man weigh ing 165 ponnds and ropes and lines weighing C2 pounds The kite itself weighs 61 pounds making a total weight of 288 pounds The kite rose to a height of 30 feet and remained there steadily until photographs were taken of it Following the ex periment Prof Bell left for Washington Good Advice The lute Judge Andrew Wylle of Virginia hnd a happy gift of ill 1860tgivenMir Alexandria Va In an address oq Lincolu he once illus Crated in aii odd way the power of perseverance Lincoln perse vered be said and it is only those who persevere they who concentrate their energies who yearsoto journalism and then discour aged try the law awhile Dont learn the grocery business and in little while take up placer min flug or plumbing Consider rath er the postage stamp whose use fulness depends on its ability to getsqi Bismarck Monuments Bismarck has como to be about the most bestatucd figure in wino tenth century hero worship The monutiionts erected in Germany to the man of blood and iron are not less alarming in number than they are doubtlessly low in any real art quality Up to the present the number unhappily completed is 204 and there are still 39 to be inflicted on nn already inuchBis nmrckcd people The kingdom of Saxony leads with 54 monuments Germans dwelling in the wild continents are also in the race One Ltismarck statue confronts in an attitude of becoming defiance the savages of the South Seas in the Bismarck archipelago N Y Tribunes Odd Bits of Information The largest dryfish packinghouse in the world is at Halifax It has 45000 square feet of floor space Paul Bowles of Boliver N Y lost his hair by fright A runaway horse threw him into convulsions and caused an Sllnes of several weeks during which all his hair come out According to La Nature lamp chimneys are made less liable to break by putting them in a strong solution of salt in water boiling them and then allowing the chimney- to cool slowly The official report of the French Minister of commerce sets forth that the excess of births over deaths reported 1 in France for the year 1904 is 67026 as against an excess in 1903 73106 The area devoted to corn in Kan sas in 1905 was 6799755 acres an increase over that of 1904 of 305597 acres or 47 percent The average 1to ncraifor +bQ nf ire State 0 w lictilii 1 STRONG Again what Mrs Lucy Stovall Tilton Ga said after taking Koddl Dyspepsia Curt Hundreds Is otherweak women being stored perfect II remIedy Indication nearly the sickness that women have deprives the system nourish ment and the dolieato organs peculiar women suiter weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curs Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlncheartbum andall stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Dollar bottle bold HI lion 4i nub a the trio II 10 of a of are re It I cau i ell It of to It sea she Is to to hparw a are LaM r Wrr tloDWH a OeOhlea a eUJ Hold by Z WAYNE UItl1 FIN Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of ice cheapI OUR FAMOUS ANNUAL JANUARY SALE Of Undennuslius and White Goods UNPRECEDENTED PRICES You may share In this money saving op portunity as well as tho residents of Now York city UNDERSKIRTS 4 hemCtucksUNIGHT GOWNS Cambric low neck with horn tilt stitched lawn ruffle embrolder3iCDRAWERS loocambrlo umbrella ciunbrlo rum lace and lace edge 24embroldetyG CORSET COVERS 150 Cambric Y shaped neck lace loser lion beading ribbon and lace edge Cambric French style wide lace JJC edge 240Cambrlc V shaped neck tight fit rows embroidery edge front3oClace Insertions beading ribbon and lace ruffle Send for complete catalogue of this sal Mailed tree Addrsss Room 201 R H MACY f8l CO BROADWAY NEW YORK was twentyeight bushels Grandopera vaudeville melodrama and heavy drama circuses church so ciables baseball games newspaper i fights and cock fights are the order of the day in Little New York otherwise known as Manila P I A citizen of Gluckstadt Germany has returned a censure paper in which he describes his trade as that of a basketmaker while the question regarding His position is answer ed thus Vfo do bur work setting CU111belandri TELEPHONE fANDI l netlI llooI1 inrree nothing the dillCatl1per my buBinw8 I have land Telephone in my tthi tcrt ana place ol business My Uufilneen bee increased and my wiles voice 1 uuiv ifr heard to grumble nhout tin fcle phone Youth lor good seivlce and gentlemanly competition r A E PATH Mgr Olilo CountY ClrcultCoort TF lllrkh nd Judge lien D ItlNKO Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailor KdO llnrrnni Clerk Frank L Fells llaater Com mlluner Y L Moseley Trustee Jury Fund It IIMiirtlnHherltt Iluitford t pnty Sheriff 8 A llrntclier I 1 Crowder E1I Slogan Jo H Uoliprtui aiCourtconvenennmt MOD day In March and August and continues three wwkHnml third Monday In May and November t two weeks CountyCuurtW II Taylor Judge WStTlnflry Clerk E Woodward Attorney told WCourt conrcnw lint Monday In each month Quarterly Court Doglni on the third Monday la April July October and JanuaryrCourt of ClaimsConvene lint Monday In Jan nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October j Other Officers XMoxley Surveyor Shroro I H WIeorh Asseesorllob ItoyJomes DeWeese School Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen CoronerJ Inn oi7uatie B CourtX Unrrnns Hearer Dam February 1C May 18 August 81 November 30 t Wllllier Uoilnitobrairy May 11 AnKUit SO November 1- 21v8 Dean Dundee February 2S Mnj 2 August 29 November 1- 8WlI Edge Fordarllle January 1C May 7 August 27 November II It Chamberlain Il daF bruary 7 May p- All nst12NOVemberT rbcrtlender Centertonn February 9 May 11 August H November I John Miles ImrkportFebruary 20 Msy S August 23 November 14 ttat or tcUce Court lh n Wedding Judge CltyAte torney S r Darnett Marshal Court cotv venes second Monday In enchmonth toli jlojo Car rlceo M E Church South Services third Sunday each month at 11 a m end 7 p mlIlId secon Sunday at 7 pm 1rayer meeting every Wednei day evening Rev J A Lexis Vaster Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday tight and fourth Sunday and Sunday night grayer meeting every Thursday evening Her A II Gardner pastor CI Church Services lint Sunday In each month at llam and 7 p mlley J D IIai ned pastor School Trustees Hartford CMCrowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford 1 E Thomas Dr E D rendloton CltyConncllJ H Williams Mayor 4Clerk R K L Slmmerman Dr EiD 1endletonAD White Wm Fair WJIo Dean DrJW Taylor V Cscxat Oociatlvo A O U W mreta first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 075 Fd A Masons firt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No W Knights ol the MaccV bees every Thursday night ItoughhiverLodgeNo110Knights oirythla meets every Tuesday night Frestou Morton Post No4OAnhold rtff ntarraeeilDps Saturday beforeflrstSunday each month TILE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON SewingIMachine We can offer ex ceptional inducements to someone who commands ai r horse andwagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker cal- pableofdevelopment into a permanent and profitable business 4 WRITE AT ONC- EWheelerWilsoNMfo It 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CNICAeeA R JV ath-TrrKNwr uFda r7 xr 1 I if t t 1 ATTERQfIEALTHOY4 I r KING POWDERfHAS NO A Cronm of Tartar Powdor froo from alum or phos phatlc acid ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 12 WAS IN A SMALL MINORITY The Drummer Who Woke Just In Time to Vote to Go to Hades Rev Silas Gordon was a well known Episcopalian minister in Saco le mild his Sunday stir tonne familiar and practical al 1ways ilrew large congregations says the Boston Transcript On one Sunday morning in particu lar a dozen years ago he had in his audience Charles Greene a drum mer who hailed from Lowell who had promised hit wife in tensely religious that each Sun day while on the road he would assist in some religious service Faithful to his promise he left his hotel at Saco and followed a crowd of worshipers to Parson Cordons church Front the ex cessive heat of the week and from his arduous labors he was quite fit tigued The sermon had begun the minister had quoted his text but it was not long before Green was seen to nod and fall into a s deep slumber The discourse became gradually more powerful and effective but it was all lost on Greene It was on TIll Great Hereafter Heaven or Hell Toward the finish the parson di rected all to rise who were in fa vor of going to Heaven Of course all arose except Greene When they had resumed their places he asked all to stand up who wished to go to hell The noise made by the people in arising and sitting awoke Greene and up he stood in answer to the parsons request The parson and audience were dazed Young man screamed the parson do you know what you uo voting on I must say that I dont nn wered Greene but whatever it is you and I are in a small mi nority The congregation chuckled the pastor was darned and hurriedly loft the pulpit- SPENCER I IN RUSSIAN WIID I Kftolts of Great Men of Letters Arc Known More Of In Slav Coun try Than In England If the Russian peasant cannot himself decipher the characters of the man whom he wishes to read he is not incapable of assimilating the tvriliogsrtnd to him A lens silt ii in London ii 1HIISn writer in the St lames Giotto that till average Russian peasant knows I + good deal unite mil Herbert Seen cur than the fairly wellread Eng I r lishman Groups gather nt night I in lone English cabins to hear the muster of letters read the writ hugs of the philosopher and this village having learned nil that there is to he committed to menu ory the book is passed on to another village where a similar symposium precedes the further journeying of the volume POI those who can rend there will bo soon no luck of pabulum In spite i of all the monstrous restrictions under which the press of Russia has so long labored its devoted advocates have managed to keep running nearly a thousand period- icalsl flhp W9 are in Russian M I HI In rman 12 in f tZ Lettish 11 in Est honian 7 in Geor giau 0 in Finnish 5 in Armenian 2 in Jewish and 1 each In the Eng lisle and Finnish languages Also therenre ten periodicals published in from two to four and five lau gunges Fire Helmets Life preservers for time firemen consist of n newly invented res- piratorY apparatus a hood lined with oiled silk to cover the head and nn air cylinder which is strapped on the back The cylin der is divided into threo chambers carrying enough air under a sure that can be regulated presII an hour The air is conducted rubber tulle to the headpiece the exhaled air passing out through a valve before the mouth The fire man can get enough air to till his lungs comfortably but he cannot expend the air in n short time as he might be tempted to do if he became frightened The main SliP ply of air conies front the outer cyl inders the middle one being small er and to be drawn upon only after the two others are exhaust cd The allaratlls cau he adjusted on the back in half a minute nUll as it weighs only 2a pounds it does not impede the fireman in his work REFEREE TOOK THE MONEY Why Wns Stove Four Feet Above FloorP Guide Settles Dispute Telling of Lack of Stovepipe During the college days of ex MayorBessouijOj Lynn he had two of the of tin college as guests ata hunting camp in time Maine woods relates the Boston Herald When they entered the camp their attention wus attract ed to the unusual position of the stove which was set on posts about four feet high One of the professors began to comment upon the knowledge woodsmen gained by observation Now said he this man has his covered that the heat radiating front the stove strikes the roof and the circulation is so quick cued that the croup is warmed in much less time thou would be re 1lIhecIIC the stove was in its reg ular place on the floor The other professor was of the opinion that the stove was ell rated to be above the window in order that cool and pure air could be had at night Mr Bessom being more prac tical contended that the stove was elevated in order that a good supply of green wood could be placed beneath it to dry After considerable argument each man placed n dollar bill upon the table and it was agreed that theone whose opinion was nearest the guides reason for elevating the stove should take the pool The guide was called and asked t lmythe stove was placed in such an unusual position Well snrl6e when I brought the stove up the river I lost roost of time stovepipe overboard and hall to set time stove tip there so as to have the pipe roach through the roof He got the nmone- vAUTOMATIC SERVICE IS AID Clever Young Germantown Pn Inventor Has Schcmp Which Elim inates Servants Inconsistency A clever young inventor living in Germantown Pa who has often been the victim of I Ill il1colII potency and inconstancy of his wifes servants has been content plating a device which he says will enable his wife to serve a course dinner without going into the kitchen even if the servant has quit at time crucial moment Ills scheme is to have an under ground trolley from the kitchen with an attachment to a wide wooden gutter large enough to hold every size of stirring dish and presumably stean heated sn that soups vegetables and en trees will not grow cold in the process When the hostess and liner guests are seated she needs only to touch nn invisible button and time soup toureen will soon prooiphato itself on the ti do another manipulaion and tin soup will disappear still another and the roasts and vegetables will come steaming to their place at the table and so on until till complete dinner has been servi t up to tho very last dish of K ulrnonds and 1 iMnsse n isaq TOM REED HIS ANCESTORS Why the Maine Man Drew the Gen ealogical Line Where He Did The Result In the memorable campaign of ISJU Thomas B Reed went west to address a mass meeting relates Judge Ou the stylilt elderly gen tleman named Reed boarded the special car in which the genial Tom was smoking and entertaining his friends and on being pre stinted said Mr Reed I hind thought to write you but learning you were coming into Iowa I awaited your coming feeling sure I could learn more in n brief interview than I could front an extended carve spondence with you I have thus far failed to rid in any of them Microns sketches of your life any mention nr your ancestry back of your fatheV Thomas Bracket t Reed Sr Will you kindly give me the name of your grandfuthcr on your fathers side Mr Rood promptly responded And your greatgrandfatherV was the next inquiry Here the speaker gave his new found relative a broad smile and twisting his motilh to one side as was his wont he snip Ill have to admit I dont know hIlllflOIl1search quite early in life After satisfying myself that no out of IIIt1UIIof the country for horse ste ilinc I thought it safest not to pursue I he subject flllthllIA QUAINT BATH CHARACTER Guinea Pig Trickster Who Operated at Famous English Outing PlaceSummelI I myself used to often meet illI 111I1IjplintI could not nuke out but every sltireface topped in a frowsy cap was twisted in a sort of lixed grin and his eyes looked different ways perhaps to prevent any attempt of urine to escapee him He carried at his side n small wicker box which he kept his hand on and as he drew near and lumped I heard a series of plaintin squeaks com ing from it Make you perform the guinea pig he always asked and before I could answer he dragged a remonstrating guinea pig from its warm berth within and stretching it but on the cage holding it down with both hands Johnny die queek he comman ed and lifted Iris hands fur an in stant in which Johnny was mo tionless gathering his forces for resuscitation Then he called Hobbys coming and before the policeman was upon him Johnny wax hustled back into his warm box woefully murmuring to its comfort of his hardship and th f queer little man smiled his tri umph III every direction The sight of l he brief drama always cost men penny perhaps I could have hind It forless but I dont think a penny was too unubI- NTEMPERANCE OF NATIONS Americnns When Everything Is Cm eldered Are But Moderate Drinkers After All Americans after mill are only moderate drinkers compared with those of other countries remarks Pearsons Magazine The aver uge citizen of the United States counting in women and children which is not fair hut serves for the moment as a basis to figure upon consumes in till course of a year liquors which contain ore and u third gallons of pure alco hol But the Frenchman who though formerly one of the soberest has become the worst drunk ard in the world absorbs annually three and It half gallons of alcohol Time Belgian and time Swiss come next with n consumption of two anti four4lfths gallons Then follow the Fpaniifnl with two nnd a third gallons the Ital Inn with just a trifle less the Eng lishman and German with two and a tenth mid the AustroHuu garinn with about one nnd three quarters gallons t On the otlcc hand the Amen no means stands nt the top of the list in respect to so briety The Swede drinks only one and a sixth gallons of pure alcohol in a year tie Hollander drops considerably below him with one gallon oven the relative ly virtuous Russian notwith standing his numch adrertlsed ad diction to vodka absorbs only a trifle more than sixtenths of a gallon and dually the Nor ve giun who occupies n proud em inence as the most abstemious man in the world barely exceeds a modest half gallon of the stuff In a twelvemonths potations It might be added for the sake of lellniteness that Iheaverage or son in the United States annually drinks one and n third gallons of proof spirits which are fill per rent alcohol one and a third gal lUlls of wine and sixteen and a quarter gapes of malt liquors chiefly beer HE HAD THE WRONG FRIEND Raking Over Which Mnn Was Sub ject to Over Phone Was n Caution Then Accuser Rang Off A young nun who is in business downtown and win has recently treated himself to he luxury of a telephone at home was greatly surprised few nights ago by hear ing the thug when he entered the house shortly after midnight re Isles the Baltimore Sun He hull been kept downtown after the theater by n friend against his will of course or at least that was tilt excuse he intended to offer if any question as to how late he came home aroseat breakfast The bell rang as if tilt message it was rolling attention to was one of life or death orflreand tilt man rushed to answer it um coining around there right away and knock 0111 block off was the illtrodllctlllll used by time IH IlIon calling You are a nice one now aint you You wont be one two six when d Ox your caseand profanity began to come over the wire Who the device do you think this is was all the startled his tener could utter and the man on the other end of the Tine went on You balled up things beauti MlllckhlllohInot tried Back back for you are n dead one for fair Ill punch you full of seven kinds of hollslInd then the exchange cut in with 011IIThe gentleman who was so evidently began to realize that something was wrong sumac where Whom on earth have I been talking to he managed to ask the girl before she went out anti then the listener to whom all things mentioned were to be done managed to say that he had been told them I thought you were a friend ol mine and I beg your pardon and bang went the receiver and the man who realized his mistake was gone Time friend is evidently in fns It Strenuous College President Time energy of President Harper of the University of Chicago is both the despair and the admira tion of those who know him Ills hiring power is extraordinary Said a member of the faculty Dr Harper knows all about tIll ight hour day lie puts in two of times every 24 holirs For years Dr Harper wont to bed at midnight tumid rose lIt five To a theological student downcast be cause he could arrange no hour to meet 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around the base of which crowds of pygmies groveled looking upward with expressions of bewilderment nnd awe Be nenth this wonderful device was a mysterious inscription I ant a M 0 L- Hundreds of natives canto to look at the funny white men nut the master repelled their curios ity brandishing a couple of re volvers The quaint shield roused the admiration stud curiosity pf all und stories were told by tho superstitious of dark deeds done at midnight in time house of the strange white man One native more educated than his brothers read the inscription beneath the shield and the weird went forth that the big white man was a new rod named Atnol and L 4 c d thin the dwarf was his attendant priest The story was readily be lieved because of the hundreds of sheets of white paper which Amol daily covered with mysterious writings believed by the natives to bp charms against disease For six months the Englishman lived on the stores they hind brought with them Then the II1JIa now a tale shout his employeryy t Amol he said hind told him that he was thoigreatest English nov elist alive But the English peo pie were fools cad did not appre elate good work Cheap journal ism and upstart publishers com bined to stifle men of letters Ifo was himself n man of letters nb thought no one would believe it For years he hind been unwillingly compelled to iTostltutc his genius that he might live But nt last a rich lady who had hoped that he would marry her died of n broken heart bequeathing him her for tune Forthwith he shook the dust of London off his feet lean lug behind him lie hoped forever his unappreciative native land fd Easy What are the Irish coming to demanded the eminent lecturer Coming to Amerlky tnosht of I em answered n voice in the rear of the hull Ashk us a hard wan Louisville CourIer Journal Mimed It iDltilet mn dy 4 tr