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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr 1 r f i t rrThEi HARTFORDr HERALD1T1 n l I r1 All kInO Jib PrlHtlni neatly txtciitid I como the Herald of a noisy world tfie newt of all nations lumbering at my lack SMbucrIptIiN SI1 pr Ysar1Raya j 1 l VOL XXVIII HARTFORD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1902 NO 44II I f p I 71t 4I 11 1MIKtstay la the Urger dties there Iua bees a marked tocreue In diseases afftctinr tile organs of respiration which Incressu U attributed to the prevalence of Inao flDlBIriPud liable to pulmonary dimpecullrly Dr Pities Golden Medical roftrrcures cooghs broachltis meg trouble aad other disease of the organs of rem medlduefor gripItf brftdand110 ndincreemerich with the red corpuMlet of health NA word for your Cottta VtUlol DIv krCasbocton I- IU S fatallyIM4k4DI lor mete IhSU four 7ws tfdnrtJbIoodrt4n teII iutTiBi the r4 r ricrctt GoWn tuSctl U4acrry La rlfhi e4idtor taoplrt brs6n v Go1dIalealdied Jut u good It ft diseases of ttelMackblood and lungs eetheW CANSY CAT7INflS I I CeossM stMfW C C C Never ssU ta Ma Jsws ellks deals whe MM U sU IIIII just ar 2ronMlonnl Card lu s otsmi 55 D amoo GLENN te RINGO c r HARTFORD KY Will predict their prefrMloo In all the coviti of 0104 s4foIsIg cointla and IIn Ihc Court cfAppttlt 8al ttt llon ImitocrlmUal Ttctlc ud to colltctloo Alto Noury Pobllc for Ohio omnty Co Eo SMIT- HAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY- Will practice hli profculoa la itt the Courti of Ohio tod tdJolnUf coaatlr sod IU tile Cour- torAppsla Collection t tpccUUr Offlc ovT Ohio County Bank j M PORTER Attorney at Law BEAVER DAM KY Will practice hU proltulon IIn Ohio mud td oUlnfCOimllM Bpidtl tUeullon lirtalotll twlacttolnutrd lo hltctt G L LIKENS Attorney at Law HABTFORD KY Olla scat door to Hartford HOUK 8p cUl u teollon slvta to collection CHARLES CLYDB WEDDING taj ui fimiilff at Lliv LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will practice hU proIsIou IIn all the Courtu DllhUCommoawttllb special attention lftn to collections L e L SIMMERMAN Attorney at Law KAKTF01D XY Wilt pnctlc hU protatlo IIn all the Courts or Ohio tod taJoUln counties Collections ctrtfnlly end prowplly tlletded lo Ollcc with T J Smith ft Co Market street JOHN B WILSON iilttuj U 1U ud SumjM HARTFORD KY special tttratlon ilvta to collections md ill kind of Bnrftylnf making of AbstractS ftc Also Notary r Ule lor ohio county Olla north side of public squirt W H BARNES Attorney at Law AND COUNTY ATTORNBVI HARTFORD KY Will pftrtld kit profewlon Iin all lbs Courts of Ohio tad tdjolaltx COl1allcla4la the Court ofAppttlt BUlet attention will tb4 lima to all bMlnM titnutea to kli cart Collection a ipccUHy OfIw In courthouse er NEA- LAttorney at LawIXLRflOkD MY win prsetlcI bli profc1 Iin alltb Court I of Kentuek7 Pecll attention given to Collec- II I lionS KUUWMt of Decadent K Ult Road Case and Cruelest PrsctlcsiII Ii pile In court how flrat Im from Mttkrt streit I FRANK 1 FELIXii Attorney at Law- natron1tY WIII rtelttikU rOfeMIea Iin Ohio aed 4tlolling COIIISme4 lIs lbs Court Of Appealsi I Crlmlttl prtellM ned Ctlltclloai a I i omcc lIn the Herald building I jj RIPAII NS Ii I TIIs scarcely sur cea4Wou Of IIibItb that IiVmtt bllit by tht o c ilMtl tMt of aJ II lA41 TOuts var oak br onwstftt TM 11 tIs ia ria for laoMtatnroc oSKr TB ftmllf botUs1k ctlM ttUls lujPflj ler t7 ar GOAL STRIKE OFF MINERS ACCEPTED THE ARBITRA lION PLAN IIReportI Probably be Given Out Thanksgiving Day orriciAb CLOSE or THE STRIKE WlLKESUARRE PENH October 21 With a shout that fairly shook the con Tentloa building the representative c the 147000 mine workers who have bee on ja strikejglnoe Jut MaT cfflotaUyde dared off at soon today the greatest contest ever waged between capital and labor and placed all questions involved in the struggle into the hands of the Arbitration Commission appointed by the President of the United Statee The decision was made at noon by K unanimous viva voce vote The thIIfIf gates told their grievances and had say The leaders explained the situa lion and they displayed their confidence latbe action of President Mitchell In a hearty manner When tie news was flashed to th town and villages down in the valleys and on the mountains of he coal reIto tone the trlkfrffecUj4 iuhabltau heaved a sigh of relief Everywhere there was rejoicing and in many places the end of the strike was the signal for Impromptu town celebrations AWAITING TIlE DECISION President Roosevelt haying takei- prompt action in calling the together for their first mooting next Friday the miners hope they wil know byThanksgiving Day what prac tical gain they have made The vote to resume coal mining was Ift unanimous one and was reached only after a warm debate The principal objection to accepting the arbitration proposition wee that no provisions were contained In the scheme to take care of1 those men who would fall to get back their old positions or would be unable to go to work at all A few moments before adjournment however a partial solution was reached when a delegate in the farthorest corner of the hall moved that the problem beI placed in the hands of the Executive Boards for solution and his suggestion I was adopted The principal speech of the day was made by National Secreta ryTreasurer W B Wilson who practi cally spoke for Pmldtat Mitchell and Ii the national organization In a strong argument be counseled the men to accept arbitration the very plan the strikers themselves had offered returnI to work and trust to the Presidents1I tribunal to do them justice THOUSANDS MUST WAIT The TJneetion of taking care of allI men who will fall to get work Immediately will be a serbs one for the union There is no doubt that the Ex ecutive Boards will take care of the en gineers firemen and pumpmen but there will be thousands of other classes of mine workers who will have to be looked after In some places hundreds wlllnotbe able to get work for weeks and in other localities where the mines are in very bad condition there will be no employment for many miners for some months Now that the strike IIs over the vol ume of Belief money will decrease and the local unions will be compelled to call upon the national organizations for assistance when the money now on hand Tuna out With the close of the great conflict will also end in a few days probably with the passing of this week the ClSllelllDtnt now being levied on all iltnminbns mine workers affiliated with the union The officials who care to talk of the situation feel confident that the national body will come to the an sistanoe and help of all those who stood out during the suspension RSOLUTION ADOPTED The resolution that was adopted quoted the message of the President announcing the appointment of thecorn mission and then read We hay decided to accept the proposition therein embodied and submit all questions at issue between the oper ators antI mine workers of the an brocito coal region lor adjustment toI the commission which you have named In pursuance of that decision we EMI report for work on Thursday Oc tober 83 In the positions and working places occupied by us prior to the Inauguration of the strike We have authorized John Mitchell President of the Untied Mine Workers of America with such assistants as be nay select to represent us in all hear tugs before the commission A strong speech was made by Secre taryTreasurer Wilson A motion to close debate was adopted and before Calling for a vote on the adopted report which would end the strike Pro ident Mitchell amid deep silence spoke as follows Now gentlemen the Chair Iis going to be permitted to speak without being In order It fis quite apparent to everyone here what the action of this oou vention is going to bo I do not think one here hu any doubt now as toII the war this ooavoaMoa will vote IfII it were otherwise possible It might t not I be quite In place for me to speak to you Jast before you vote bat Iwant to re mind yon of this That when the ar bltrators proposition was accepted 1 1II bor all over the laud breathed a sigh of 4 reliefcI GIVEN NEWT DIGNITYdtTkat this strike has given labor now dignity no one can deny Labor occu pies a position now that It never occuI pied before The fruits of our victory may not be aq apporent to you as they are to those who have studied the labor question more thoroughly than you and I dont want to have our achievement your achievement dampened by even a dissenting vote I trust this convention will vote as ourpeople struck i I hope y will all vote one way as you all one way The allImportant question was then put There was one loud roar of apIto proval and the great strike was offlokl ly off The delegates arose and Cheered for a minute President Mitchell came in for ft share of the applause fWben order was restored jtsolutlons 11were adopted thanking all organizations and Individual for the assistance they navtf renQered the mlw werkeWrk th strike A resolution wAs adopted recom mending the State Legislatures that no persons under 21 yean of age be employ ed In or about mines for more than eight hour a day Another im portent action was the adoption of ift resolution that all men who are neededI to place the mines in condition can re turn to work at once delegate arose and suggested thait before adjourning the delegates shouldI sing My Country tIs of TIe Justi oIteIrens This wOe done and the mine workers threercheers for John Mitchell OFFICIAL ENDOF TilE STRIKE After Mr Mitchell had notified PresI- dent Roosevelt of the action of the miniI workers convention and had received a reply to the effect that the commissionI FrIdayIthe throughout the prose to the striken that 1tbe strike was off It was addressed toI all miners and mine workers in theI anthracite region and was as follows You are hereby officially notified that It was unanimously decided today by the delegates attending the specialI convention that all mine workers shouldl report for work Thursday morning October 23 and that the Issues which culminated In the strike should be re hued for adjustment to thecommission appointed by the President of the United States We are authorized by the executive officers of District 1 7 and 0 to caution all those who resume work to exercise more than usual care In order that aci cldents to life and limb may be averted Owing to tie condition of the mines after an Idleness of five months there will be great danger when wcrk is re sumed We are prompted to over this advice by the tact at the close of the strike two yean ago many more accl Identl and deaths occurred than take operatingIregulartyIJOHN MITCJIELLI President United Mine Workers of AmericaIW B WirsoN- SecretaryTreaanrer I I Never Ask Advice When you bayou cough or cold dont uk what 1is good for it and get some J medicine of little or no merit and per haps dangerous Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar the greatest throat and lung remedy It cures coughs and colds jj- quickly All druggists ms Why The Americans citizen is required toII pay f305 per 100 pounds for cutual1eJJ and 1305 per 100 pounds for wire nails The cut nails are sold by the Ameri I can manufacturer the foreigner for 180 and the wire nails for 180 Per 100 pounds Here is a difference of 18 and 68 per cent respectively in favor of the for eigner This Imposition upon the home con I sumer la malepoemble by ft bustbreed lag tariff maintained by the Xepubli I canParty whose campaign funds are derived from the trust Why should any American citizen I other than a trust magnate or a Repub lIoan officeholder vote with a party I that IIs not only responsible for the im position but promises to maintain the policy that win perpetuate Impositions of this character 1Wi1 11 just seemed to have gone alt to pieces writes Alfred Deeof Weltare t TexI biliousness and a lame bock hadt made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to t work when I began to take Electric Bitten but they worked wonders NOJvtf I sleep like a top caneat anything have gained In strength and enjoy hard a work They give vigorous health and J new life to weak sickly rundown peo pie Try them Only oat J H Williams drug store ra t sm Amerlcaa Federation et Labor New Orleans La Nov 1823nd Oa ac lptlokeb to New Orleans and return at rate of 11800 for the round trip Tickets oa sale Nov llth sad 18th limited Nov 24th for return No stopover privilegePtfasul Catarrh quickly yields to treat meat by Elys Cream Balm which Iis tthrought the whole surface over which It Mtitself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exclSng to the diseas to Aciiapeiflel lL A cold IHUie bead immediately l iupperz whnCrearn Balm Its ued NewYork tI I THE ARBITRATORS Personnel of the Men Chesci ta Set tleiheDtrrereicesBetfrcei Miners and Operaters lab9rItChief of the Order of Railway Oondnc tore he has Also been student of soot logical conditions and his 1- trratttyingtothe many who feared that Strong objections would be raised against the appointment Qf an avowed advocate of tabor organization He resides at Cedar Rapids Iowa CARROLL a WRIGHT who has teJiM written the most exhaustive work oa strikes yet published and made a special study of this ooutroveny at theI instance of UloOleTeIt might himself haTe beea0B8 of the arbitrator but preferred not to act as such HeI has however consented to act as re corder aad will BO doubt assist the board In gathering and arranging theI evidence upon which it will base ita ul tllate decWo- afGEOIGE QBAY pf Delaware Iis theI legal member of the commission He iiI a native of Delaware which State he ail served as Attorney General sad United State SMator He 4s now a Judge on the Ualted States Circuit Court bench but be b particularly val pable on this board because of his ser vice on the oosualtsion that negotiated the treaty with Spain la 1898his mem bership OB the International Commis sion of Arbitration under the Hague peace conference la 1900 He was also a member of the jolat high commission cfQuebecaudim60yMreofagBISHOP has had a long career as a practical philan thropist Sa is ft native of Kentucky and was highly educated before he entered the ministry of the CathoMo Church From secretary to the Bishop of Louisville he rose to tile Bishopric of peorlam and has long been ont of the eminent prelates of hit church In America BRIGADIES GENKRAL JOHN M WILSON who for UI11er1 wad Chief of Engiaeen of the United States Army Is aWest Point graduate won distinction for bravery ia the Civil War and front IBM aatU hlfl retirement a Tear ago was ila charge of the engineer- Ing work oa the rivers harbors and canals under Federal direction He was also a Suferinteadeatof West Point He isM yea lIt ss1i1o4Medon the oommlaalon because of bis deep knowledge and wide experience in en gineering affaln- EDWARD W PARKER was loboeea on the commission H aa aaprsjadloed expert iq coal affairs for besides other work hertudoaeuftsUUMtiMotthe United States Geological Survey have been extended reports oa the opal production in the United states Bp litII probably the best posted man in theII country oa facts mud figures eoaaeetod with this subject He Is a nAtheof- Maryland was educated in Baltimore I and Is43 yean of age I la addition to these men there Is Thos H Watklns who lithe one van familiar with the purely commercial to the controversy as well as the home conditions that surround the I miners for he la a practical kaslaess I man who has long resided at S ionPeuthougb he has no connection j with the interests represented by the operators 4- t oxeOaZAIIUIIQe ne Y I j ot Preferred lur la Red ta HuibaidtCINCINNATI Oct 88 Judgs Bpelgel i today gaveAlbert P Jonte formerly aJJ qneenswora merchant a decre of di I vance from PoUr PJonte pa theII grounds of gross neglect The testimo I ny was brief evidencing a condition oftincompatibility developed after yean of I married life They have grown child ren Mr Jonte among other grievances mentioned the fact that a pet dog want I for twp yean made a cobedfellow i o his discomfort that his wife told hImfwhea he complained that the dog hat 1 IItheII Mn Joate confessed to the court aiI1 to the dog bedfeUowahip but said 1 Why Judge it was all right about the dog Judge he was just a little dog a dice little pet dog He wasnt la anybody way The dog was all right udgetI The dog settles It Let the pWntj grOIIIlnegtecttho Thejwcltemeat iaddenf to traveling t and change of food and water often I rings oa diarrhoea and for this reason ao one should leave home without a t bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Z I Wayne GriMn Bro us 0 t Daitkter Engaged ttt Regk Rider- aLITTLE ROCK A Kl October JM la formatioa reached Little Rock today 1 i ia reliable sources In Washington tbattheeagsgeaeatofUlMAlioeRoose J velt daughter4 of Pmideat Roosevelt I Mr Jolla Greeaway of Hot Springs will be aaaoaaoed ia a few days- MrOreeawsyimabout2Q years oM ad Is tiw son olnr Greeaway the U14wI Spanish War He has vUlUd Washing 4 tod several times during the peat year as the guest of President Roosevelt with whom he Is a great faTorltele comes from one of the beet Southern families and U a young mom of excel teat character Be left Hot Springs several days ago for Washington where he Is tow the guest Ot le President uu Feints TktWilI te Arbitrated Following are the demands of the mlaers that will be passed upon by the ooBBlsstoa appointed by President Roosevelt 1 An eighthour day for all eoiployes working by the day week or hour 2 Aa increase of 90 per cent In the wages of all minors employed by tt ton 8 The establishment of 2340ponnd foiftarall mlnesi 4 4 Recognition of mine committees ia adjusting disputes or grievaaoes 0 More thoronghorganlzation of skilled mechanics employed in and about the mines 6 Condemnation of the Delaware and Hudson Company in reducing wages at the Plymouth colliery 7 Reinstatement of the colliery fireto len discharged by the Delaware antI- HuidonCompany for refusing to work oa wing shifts 8 Revision of the contract system and limitation to two in the number of laborers to be employed by anyone contractor 0 Abolition of the Blacklist system Here are the demands of the mines that the operators refuse to submit to arbitration They will not be consider ed by the commission 1 Recognition of thoVnlon 9 Investigation of opposition of un ion miners to work with nonunion men S Systematic examination of work lug cards at the mines 4 Right of union miners to strike at collieries employing nonunion labor aohedulethatI tion of nine out of thirteen demandsI submitted by Idia five months ago S LookOut for Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at thisI season may be prevented by cleansing the system with DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills do not gripe They move the bowels gentlTI lint copiously and by reason of the ton- Ic properties give tone and strength tot the glands J H Williams us GraysoB Ceuty Qtaraitteed LOUISVILLE Oct 24The State Board Hof Oath met here tonight andI Oeotand quanatiM against Graysonl county cattle The cattle in this county are infected with a disease known as anthrax which is Tory dangerous to the human family Some time ago a bunch I of cattle was stopped from this county in which the disease was prevalent The Graysoa county people agreed to hITeJJ the cattle vaccinated if quarantine was 4 not established but when a veterinary c surgeon weut down to innoculate the I cattle some of the farmers refused Thereupon the Federal Government threatened to quarantine against the entire State The board thought best toI quarantine against the county la order to forestall a general quarantine p Forty Years TortarepTo be relieved from a torturing dim jI ease after forty years torture might weUIjI cause the gratitude of anyone That IIs t what DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve did for 0 Haney Geneva 0 Ha says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of the piles fitter I had suffered forty years Cures cute burns wounds EIfelt J H Williams m d Cigarette Habit aid Its Effectr i PORTLAND MAINE October 2tAt todays session of the W C T U Mrs EL B Ingalls SuperIntendent of the Do u partment of Narcotics submitted a reo i port on the effect of the cigarette habit She says A very careful statistical ex mina jp has been made by educators of boys drawn by lot This table shows the av erage efficiency ofnoaamokers la 05 percent i that is 00 percent ontof 100 would probably acquire a good education On he other hand only six out of 100 dg p rette smokers could battle success fully against the mental IneQlcIenoy produced by the cigarette habit Of smokers 60 per cent had poor memo rlee 40 per cent were untruthful 60 per cent had bad manners and 110 per cent were slow thinkers a a A Typical South African Store O B Larson of Bay Villa Sundays JUvCape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be b purchased anything from the proverb ial needle to an anchor The store U situated in a valley nine miles from the aearet railway station and about twen tyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius ot thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Chamberlains remedies All jtostify to their value in a household where a doctors advice U almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population Ia perhaps sixty Of these within the last twelve months Jeei than fourteen have been abso lutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy This mnst surely be a record For sale by Z WaTae Griffin Bro Hartford Kentucky m U CCC on Every T bkL Every tablet of Ca jewels Candy Cathartic bears thofamoui C C C I NcvwrsoW 1la bulk Look for it and acCept BO other Beware of fraud I AH druggists toe COPY 1 IIT DAVIs W CLAlk PLEASANT FIELDS OF HOLY WRIT Btr tutor doll rlop Among the pUutnt ttttt of Holyl Writ I might dtiptlr nnnyton The Inleioaltonal Sunday Sc oollessoal Fourth UutrUr IMOQ V Nof tnb r I ISOS jMhnaXX 10 THE CITIES OP REFUGE The political constitution of the Hole brew nation shines like a radiant star opodI well iLl reanttaFtetoa teatoMi jratJ lie Itwan Utopia adapted to Bee municipalU1 and admiration of minds versed in end matters Under the regis of its civil code the Hebrews were safe from the ruin which afterward befell the Greeks and Romans A race of clients slaves and paupers dependent upon a rapacious oligarchy was an Impossibility under the laws which made estates inalienable and gave protection against usury t In place of such a shiftless population as disgraced and destroyed Rome Pales tine had a yeomanry free and Indus trious Our State Board of Charities and our laws of public sanitation and for the prevention of cruelty to animals were antedated three thousand years by the poor laws and statutes concerning dumb brutes contagious diseases etc The Hebrew policy was both philanthropic and practical The Institution of the cities of refuge Ita remarkable evidence of this This provision was a kindly safeguard against the abuses incident to the age old custom of blood avenging It was In contrast rather than analogous to the right of the asylum afterward Instituted In other countries It sheltered the In nocent only It gave the right of trial before an Impartial tribunal before the I nflic tIon of penalty The cities were chosen with reference to accessibility They were distributed at equal distances from each other and on both aides of the river Like the New Jerusalem with Its three gates on each side nobody need make awide clrIcult to get Inas the refuge was near atII baud All roads leading to it were kept In good repair and free of stones All streams werebnIdgiafl crossroads in dezrfingered with the significant wordI RefugeI Two young students of the law might run with the fugitive to stop and parley with the avenger should he overtake them and deter him fromII striking the deathblow if possible Arriving at the refuge the fugitive I has a preliminary examination in the gate which Is still the seat of justice in OrIental countries He Is afterward cited for more formal trial before the congregation If found guilty of premeditated murder he la legally consign ed to the elders of the city whence he I IaTI scribed distance from the refuge city It the homicide II proven accidental or without malice the unfortunate per IInI priest then In office It Is at his own C perU that he ventures beyond the wallo This spedes of exile is the forfeit of hla carelessness The provisions of the a refngedty law extended to the Gentile stranger as well as to the native citizen F This statute of the refuge city altogether unique In the worlds jnrisprn ence Ilain perfect alignment with tho commandment Thou shalt not kill twas designated to emphasise the value of human life and conserve It It put a curb on revenge The ttndtttd oonld lot thrive under it It Insured the pun protectionLike the Mosaic polity ingeneral this articular ordinance was humane just and practical Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Orimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com letely lost the use of one arm and side IclAnmy wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he Is almost entirely ourecLGlOI R MCDONALD Man LoganoouotwI Va Several other very remarkable cures of paralysis have been effected byI the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure forI rheumatism sprains and bruises Sold y Z Wayne Griffin 6c lire in OAORABIUlQe T I Ulis YMHtM Slpakn Wild Grape Jelly Doll and strain the grapisi to one pint of juice allow threefourths of a pound of sugar boil the juice about 30 minutes heat the sugar and add the juice boll five minutes and put IIn tumblers 4 What Theodore Roosevelt Says An article OP The Presidency by Theodore Roosevelt to be published in the November 8th issue of the YouthsA Companion will be pf great public totertest When the article was written Roosevelt had not non been nominated for Jhe VicePresidency Nothing was then further from his thought than that he would so soon ex erolse the great powers which are en trusted to the President of the United S JII I circumstance tto possesses an Importance wore tkanorIII dlnary and it will be eagerly looked for The number of the Youth Corn panion containing it and all the subsequent Issues of 1002 will be sent free to new subscribers from tee time there subscrfntion of 175 IIs received for the 1903 volume The new subscri lies will also receive the Companion Cal endar for 1903 lithographed in twelve colors and gold Full illustrated An nonncemeqt of the new volume and pamplecopleeof the Companion will be c freecCottpNioN 144 Berkeley Street Boston Moss Sewed up a Wimaas Heart NEW YORK Oct9l One of the rar est operation known to surgery the sewing up of a severed vetricle of a hu B anhsrt hnsbe8apMtonae4attBeUoX 7ne HospitaL- The patient was Annie Kingsley who was stabbed by her husband during ai quarrel on the street She was thought to be dying when the ambulance reach po1Irlngfromwhich supplies the body with blood while the right pumps to the lungs The surgeons knew the flood must be checked at once if the woman was to be savedThe operation was decided upon It was performed by two surgeons with fifteen snore looking on The heartwia laid bare andthe sur goons saw that the wound was very severe It would require six stitches During Intervals between the beats of the heart the needle was Inserted six times and the flow blood was stopped The wound was carefully dressed andI the surgeons waited to see the result The patient rallied rapidly and theI surgeons expressed the belief that sheI will recover i I Mrs Klngsley left her husband threeI months ago When her husband met bet for the first time he appealed to her to return to hit home She says It was her intention to do so but she did not reply at once ondher husband stabbed her She was carried to the hospital and the husband ran away He was captured a few hour later Ham That Will Keep Till Ham Gomes Again no1asaettwo ounces of saltpeter one ounce of salaratns two ounces of cayenne pepper and one quart of water to each 100 pounds of meattrimmed Pack meat as closely as possible In the cask using a little of the salt between the pieces Dolt and skim the salt molasses sugar etc When cold pour over meat adding water to cover In six weeks the meat may be hung up to smoke If hams are very small they may betoken out In four weeks HELLO EXCHANGE IN TIlE PROGRESS OF TIlE TIMES few persons can afford toibe without a Telephone The Rough iver Telephone Co Incbas lines to nearly every part of Ohlc sectlonaotadjolningcounics j cd by homo people and U a home enterprise giving cxcchent service atIvery cheap rate Connects with the I Harrison Exchange at Owensboro via yoursnpportlFor D M HOOKER Manager Hartford Kentu- ckyLIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIAftYITkkstCrTKtUtIcatwcI 12 CoMptrrt NOVeLaVUIIL- VMANVHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 280 pcnvcAn 28cT COT NO CONTINUED STORIES evlVNUUeOLne IN ITIKLP tpplncotts and IlKRAtD 1 year 12701 A FAMILYREMEfl- YPoruna In Ue h TMbrff ii- II Homes Mr Sarry 1C torwtf lPlUaiaa4 edtheI Igive me pUunre to testify to 1 S I C S I p g 54il L i lUrry M SS1StCis- lue BUvtns j of Feruna I hare nsed it for years andhayetoundittqbeimcjjeflatfamily and similar tilt It ts aastrBossesVi HARRY M STEVENS Congress5yenth Itake pleasure la esUfyia to the merits of your FeraaavAt aelleite lion of a friend my wItM ltJ aad M ImprovedhercoBdJUoageit XIII aremarkable remedy Icoaahieifally geodsubs4aa5th edy Perils cures catarrh wherever lo cated Femna U not a PeN nor aa ezperlmentlt 1la an aboteIeteatec- ertainty Pernna huB sabstttaise aorlvols IuUtIIOI1ha +lIIpRBUo If you do not derive prompt sad saMe factory result from tbO1IIIIciJwrite at once to Dr HaxlrsaijlyIag s yourcaeaabswfllbe TlcefreeAJaretsDrIUrtmtaPresMtrtofTa Hartman Sanitarium Cotassbas 0 i r44Y- c 1 P WNURJNGI Lytui sbesnsae S- oqSi thr L ij 3 =ItlfassvsnMMIS ss- us2eIIttCtV I II n f na otrslit an 1 M4 1 or =p ialieLOVUVILLE W MT Mufat v hM h Cosft se wktM to IGold sd SUrer 1edwhat JM hmhrhfnu et IRecIttae4 MaU and receive ow tattaau Wriit titSee ow km Yrtedatakg ot Jmby tot MMMM lIP BAIIM LMv ii Persons Who Contemplate Building Will do weU to get prices and estimates from S H 8EIBSST SON the well known balM ers and coatractors Hartford Ky They will Make Ve u EstlMttN And do your work by the 41 or contract They keep Doors Windows and all kiads of BelM Ing Material ooastaaMy oa haa4 at prices to compete with aajr body Best of worksnashlp aad material guaranteed f THE PRE1VtIER PUREThe Whisky for family use For tho month of November onlyI we will ship stage charges paid on all orders of our threeyearold 9200 per gallon of two gallons or more and all orders of a gallon or more of any otber of our goods of prices running from 1260 to WOO per gallon Now IIs the time to secure for yourself a trial Jug to see if what we claim for our Whiskies Is not exactly as we represented so as to know whore to get your Christmas Whisky or you can lay in your sup ply fur the holidays on this over and secure them at exactly the price as though you wore In Owousboro and prove to yourself Imessyou can save money by buying direct from us and not going to to buy your lliquors ACCEPT THIS OFFER AT ONCE As WO positively will not make It again nor will wo allow It to run over tile 30 dnp mentioned RKMEMBKK pure Whisky Is the hardest tiling to find every one claim they sell Itbut few do U Wo offer you positively the genu ine article ns as It Is made at the distillery fr R LANCASTER fc CO 310 Third Street Owcisbert Ky riquestfreeSWWaUih our Adr rtlMmnU T I Q PQ Q EDUCATION U I Nk O K OX k Is absolutely aeossaary o tho younn man or young woman who would win success In life This be ing conceded It la of the flrst Importance that you get your training at tbe School that stands In tho front rank THE BRYANT L STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEiE- N E Cow Ieontl and Walt lIneal XATJMVXXXX KT BOOKKBEPING Seven experienced teachers etch one a laxlaMst SHORTHAND In bliline Write for a beautlUl book nlviag tesUj mynwW1UTINGmonlals tram graduatea oceupjrliw proailaaaiM I over the United StAtIt will IMMS M you FREE School open all the year Student cia earat say tin1 MA Sctolmhlp Iin lbs hoes latUUtloa for tale t Tua HuU1Io 11- I 1iilI 1 iilIj 1 i ithd Airl 1F I t I HARTFORD HERALD FRANK L PKLIXProprlet- orUR KATTUacWS lCdIIur Subscription SI per Year In adcance WEDNESDAYS OCTODKK 2- 9ANOtNOTS For Circuit Judge nlhorlud to suuOUC T V BIR- KlIHADofDnl Wf itt Crconn I cIdldllf for 10 the SlhITII District aubject Judlfcult It the rra to the sclou oUhf Democratic patty intryKltctlonNofenibtr 49o3 We are ulhorlied to fjT OWHN- of Ctvultcounty as aDvIeU the sizth JudlcUl DUltlct iubject lo IheJrtlon of Ihe Dtmoerttlc party ttlhelTl roirr Election Norembtr 4 19 For Commimw lth Attorn ofOblo count U a candidateD RlnloBra commonwealths Attorney lot the Slh judicial for District subject to the action oUhf Dent ItImaTY Election to bf held ocrltlC party It the Nonmbfr t9O VOTING TO RIGHT A WRONG The Hartford JfcjmWiVwi In Its la t- Issue In nn effort to Inflame the mindsI of the partisan voters of Its party says KentncUUn recall withl No trim pleunra the dark djr of the iclnttr- of 1800 and 1000 lit Frankfort We lose peace nd ohould be glad to let but they can those Ktuet be forgotten uotb whlUth eoldIIIIoroeorOor- eruor Taylor wife aleepe tu a trauae wmUry denied the poor privilege or being brought home attended by her huibmmUml ehlldrmMidbelngburled booCde her babea that islep quiet anti- ithhl happily uncouwlou of mothers death and father1 mUfortune In the old family graveyard at Jloricaiitown Ho MOB Kentoeklan bellerei that Gov ernor Taylor had any part In Fenator Ooeberi awanlnatlou and every Ken tncktan who luTes justice anti right should think noleumlyiif 111101- lIon morning anti vote to right titla wrong Yes thats right We also say to tJIotlrS1llM JllfnwltheCmClllmJ and vote to right nI gnat tcrong In the little cemetery at Frankfort where sleep many of Kentuckys Illus I trlous patriots there Is a lonely mound beneath which crumbling to dreamless lust lie the bones of a man who whlleIn life was In every respect a worthy and respected citizen He gave up his spirit while In the prime of life and when his country needed him most Hut look Allow your minds eye to pierce the confines of tile tomb and behold the withering form more closely Through that mouldering flesh there Is a narrow opening that denotes a deadly wound Yes go back to the winter of 1899 and 1900 and think again Try If you can not connect with this wound some horribly familiar Incident Ah yes It all comes back now In all Its har rowing details That wound marks the passage of the assassins bullet But what of the sleeper Washe de serving of so Ignominious a death Had he harmed a hair of the head of his murderers Was he ever known to oppress the poor to refuse a helping hand to the needy or distressed Had lie wronged anybody on earth that he Rhould be so ruthlessly put out of the wayAsk the people of Kentucky who Knew Wm Goebel while In life Ask the poor and helpless whom he had befriended Ask all those who love bravery and statesmanship and duty to country and to God Where are Win Gocbcls murderers and those guilty of complicity In his assassination Who are they Men prominent In the councils of the Ile publican party In Kentucky have an swered this question under oath Why did not W S Taylor bfIng his wife back to Kentucky to bury her Had anybody threatened him or for bade him this privilege Was there a line drawn anywhere between Ken tucky and Indiana beyond which he could not po with assurance of safety to his life say rerHj Yes Mr Voter dont forget to think solemnly before voting and vote to right a great wrong Iloincm her also while remembering the good woman Mrs Taylor the lonely grave at Frankfort and the untimely end of him whosleeps In that eternal silence happily unconscious of they who would yet traduce his name sifter death has placed Its unite seal upon his lips Remember that Will Ciocbel had friends as well as the amiable Mrs Taylor And there Is yet a sore place and a niche of horror In the hearts of these friends where memory brings to light a scene that marks the Hliame of Kentucky In the light of justice and right of recourse to the law Remembering all these things the voter can scarcely refrain from think ing solemnly while he stamps Ills bal lot In the column of the party whose mission In Kentucky yet Is to right a great wrong TUB HKUALD desires once more and as a parting caution to Impress the Democratic voters of this district and especially of Ohio county with the Importance of voting In the Democratic primary ncxtfucMlay MrBlrklioad Is In every vay qualified for the position of Circuit Judge Learned In the law capable zealous and clllclunt lie em lashes In himself the very best material for the olllco which he seeks The work of our courts would be dispatch ed with promptness and the Interest of the public and especially those en gaged In litigation would be conserv ed to a marked degree with Mr Blrk head In charge of affairs We bespeak fur his administration the acme of Ihonest judgment anilI fair decisions The voters would honor thomstdves while honoring this excellent II nIl ca pablo gentleman by casting their votes for Mr TI 1V Illrkhead THAT was II very mnootho culicmo of 1ostmastcr Van Ilenssalaor at Owensboro by which ho sonitht to II lIim ell L Judge Gullys vote by ttrad Ing Republican support for Democrat ic silence In the Appellate race It aptly Illustrates what we have been trying to Impress upon the Democrats of this section fur several weeks that IK the Importance of voting for Judge Settle Jf by any means Democratic voters can be Induced to stay away from the polls that U just tin good u Ie tlilllg as the ItcpUbiiedll leaders WlinU Nothing would hid Judge laity HO much In Ills race for Appellate Judge Democrats cant you see tile point IN the judicial primaryIt Is not so much a question of eligibility and fitness as It Is of age and third term In offlcc Both Messrs Illrkhead and Owen are eligible and tit In equal manner for the office which they seek But the Democratic voter Is asked whether It Is who to endow a candi date with a third term after he has reached the age when most men retire from politics of their own accord or whether he will cast his vote for a man who Is In the prime of physical mid mental vigor and abundantly uuall fled for the place These arc the main points upon which the Democratic voter Is asked to pass THE linn of J 1iernont Morgan Co has only cleared M2190000 In profits so far this year for engineer ing great combinations Tust a little over fortytwo million dollars about a million a weekthats nil Think of that brother when you go Into the election booth next Tuesday and shiv er as you draw your thin coat around you and prepare to vote either for the party thatfavors and encourages the triHts or tlio other side Does It seem fair that one firmrather one man should be able to make that much money In the course of a few months COMING from the ranks of the common people himself Mr T F LUrk head feels a personal Interest In the welfare and success of those people over whose cases the Circuit Judge Is so often called to preslile He has had a hard battle In life In hits struggle for n livelihood and naturally his sympathies go out to folks whose troubles have been something akin to his Mr Blrkheads occupancy of the bench will make the poorest litigant iinthtr landfiuHiialrhirhasan equal chance with the more favored by wealth or station p WE call especial attention to the official statement In another column as to who Is eligible to vote In the judicial primary By this It will be seen that only Jbiotcn Jkmocratt and young men who will arrive at age be fore November 1903 and who will pledge themselves to support the nominees arc entitled to vote No Jbiotcii Jlffitlllcun Is allowed to vote for BIrkhead or Owen even though he would pledge himself to support the nominees for the call says all Democrats po JUDGE GUFFY has had a hard time convincing the voters of this district that he should be continued In office throughout his natural life and even beyond the accepted time of useful ness three score years and ten The voters seem to think he has had enough for one man especially when they consider that his opponent Is so well qualified to take his place Lets take the matter In hand and retire the Judge He needs It and the rest will do him good In his old age Lets do It IT Ihills been established by competent authority that Governor Heck ham Is eligible for reelectiOn to the ofllco which he holds This opinion Is held by former Chief Justices Pryor and Haxclrlgg former Governor Proc tor lKnott former Congressman W T mils and Colonel Lewis McQuown Governor Bcckham In a few weeks will formally announce his candidacy and begin an active campaign lartners all to places and let the music begin a DONT stay at home next Tuesday and then complain after the election that the wrong man was elected or nominated It Is your privilege to have a voice In this matter and your very urgent duty to exercise that privilege We are talking to Demo crats now Republicans dont generally seem to need urging and Democrats would do well to note their political alertness CONoms IAN DAVK SMITH Is run ning a unique race In the old Fourth this year He will enjoy the distinction of being the first man who was over elected to Congress from this dis trict without opjH sltlon of some sort Ho should be given tlio full strength of his party Every Democrat who votes for Judge Settle should also reg ister a vote for Smith IT Is not often that a fellow gets to vote twice In one day at two different voting places It IIs a rare privilege seldom enjoyed The Democrats of this section will get this privilege however on the 4th of next month The other fellows will only get to stamp once unless they agree to conic under the roosters wings and stay for while A KINK test of Mr Hlrklioada Democracy was In that proposed Van Itcnssalaer trading trick at Owensbo boro Mr Blrkhcad wants every vote that Is possible and honorable for him to get hut ho Is too uood a Democrat and honest a man to trade his politi cal principles for Republican support Tim latest puzzle scheme represents Judges Settle and huffy In their polltl Ical gigs racing towards the appellate goal The task Is to find Judge Guffysl majority anywhere on tlio picture I after November 4 DKMOuitATii should counteract that itllMiunt of Judge Gullys with a noisy enthusiasm that will sound Judgo Settles name to every corner of the district Votes talk gentlemen MBSSUH lllngo and Smith unto no ipponents hut nevertheless they should bo voted for every tlmo a Dem icrat stamps his ballot SAY Democrats lets Settle It for sight years to come What say you lemember It will take votes to do It 3ut lets do It TIIK way to Stltte It right Is to tamp beneath the rooster tot tilt circle flew An TrKUafi f JIr Robb arnIU Pili aura il tiduev 1110111 lernoe ddWtLugudtLutLiCMOUt Ii I A SLICK SCHEME Etfjbsed by Lavega Clements Republican Leader Wants Demo crats to Stay at Home County Attorney Lavega Clements ofOwensboro tins exposed bold Repub llcan scheme He is the law partner of Mr T F Birkhead one of the candl dates for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in this judiciall dls triot He says that Mr F A Van Renssalaer the Post master of Owens born t lender among Republicans and the chairman of theRepublican Commit tee of that city and county approaches him and offered to havo from five to ten Republican votes cast for Mr Birk head In the Democratic primary for Circuit Judge from each of the thirty eight precincts of Oweusboro and Dd viess county if Mr Clements in consid eration of this would agree to keep a like nuinbfr of Democrats In each pre cinct from voting In the general election for Jmlge Settle the Democratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals the primary being on the day of the regular election Mr Clements made the following af fidavit exposing the scheme before T A Pedley n notary and chair man of the Democratic County Com mittee State Kentucky County of Davlesa I Lavega Clements after first being duly sworn state that F A Van Renssa laer Postmaster of the city of Owens boro and chairman of the Republican committee of Davieos county came to my office on October 23 1903 and said he wanted to have an interview with me and I at his request made an engagement to see him at the postoffice in his office which engagement 1 kept with him At the interview ho proponed to me that be would deliver from five to ten white Repnblcan votes to T F Birkhead for the Democratic nomina vrecinctht keep an equal number of Democrats from voting in the general election for Judge Settle This proposition I promptly declined and informed him that no Republican would be permitted to vote in the primary and that I had Instructed the election officers for the primary that hoc been recommended by Mr Birkhead bj letter that no Republican should be permitted to vote in the primary but only Democrats and that I had Instructed the officers of the election friendly to Mr Birkhead to see that every Demo crat that voted in the primary voted In the general election for Judge Settle and other Democratic nominees Affiant says the foregoing statements are true LAVEGA CLEMENTS Subscribed and sworn to before mc by Lavega Clements this October 24 1902 T A PEDUiY Notary Public Davless County My commission expires February 22 1000 The exposure will frustrate the scheme which shows that the Republi cans are growing desperate in their ef forts to defeat Judge Settle Watch the Kidneys When they are affected life is in dan- Ker says Dr Abernathy the great English physician Foleys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys All druggists m Who is Eligible to Vote The official call for the Judicial Die trict primary election on November 4 1902 defining the qualification for those who vote in the Democratic primary on said date is as follows All Democrat ofwhatever hale of be lief rrcar ll of any difference that may have heretofore exluleilI and inch young voter nt nlll have reachetl tlm age ol twentyone yeumliy Hi Jfovemlierelectlon 11103 who wluli to amllate with theJIem Dcratlo party and wilt plrilge themielve to iiipport Site nominee of the primary election hereby ordered thill be iii tiled to vote In ahl election Under this call only a KNOWN DEMOCRAT I is entitled to vote and it mat ters not what his past views ore BO he Is a known Democrat No known Republican Is entitled to vote even though he would pledge himself to support the nominees for the call says ALL DEMOCRATS anti young men who would arrive at ge before November 190 and who will pledge themselves to support the nominees This should be strictly Followed so as to make It an absolute Democratic primary and not permit the Republicans to select our nom Inees 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be leased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science line been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being ai constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution aud assisting nature In doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of telltlnlonlals- Adltre s F J CIIKNKY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists VIe HnllB Family Pills are the best a Cleveland on the Stump NEW YORK Oct 2For the first time since he left the White House forI ner President Cleveland will take the tuuip in a political campaign and speak at a Democratic rally in torrl town N J on the evening of October 30 He will address the voters for the benefit of the party In general lifMorris county and particularly to help the canvass of DeWitt 0 Glanagan nominee for Representative in the Fifth congressional district WA8IIIM1TON Oct 2Tiie an lounceuieut that Cleveland is to make one or two campaign speeches is accept ed here an an indication that he will make an effort to concentrate iiclltlcal attention on the tariff issuel The for Pier President thinks that this Is the on 1ly Issue worth considering Tile Best Prescription for Malaria Chlllll and fever Is a bottle of Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic It is simply Iron and quinine Inn tasteless form No cure Price 60c tfno pay J DtyIA Gusher In McLean CO OwKwauono KY Oct 2tTheC- roft Oil Company at Calhoon struck a gusher at a depth of 1000 feet Boring ball stopped and three men were bailing but the sand whdti tho oil gtwhod big above the derrick The three men were almost drowned by the olLTbe flo1 continues and excitement is very high Five hundred dollars au acre Is beln refused tot land a mile from the well eI Democartlc Primary The following gentlemen have beenI appointed election officers for the Dew ocratlo primary election to be held 1InI this cobnty on November 4 1003 for the selection of n candidate for Circuit Judge and CommonwealthtsAttorney i East Hartford F M Porter R B Gillespie Judges W IL Moore Clerk- S J hawkins Sherif- fWest1larttordW H Burton BPBerrymau Judges AMBarnett Clerk M Bean Sheriff MaplesJudgesSheriffS rings W T Bean JlL Weate field Judges Will Baker Clerk Wm Maiden Sheriff Magan J C Magan Jas E Cole man Judges H V Hall Clerk Lee Miller Shprif- fCromwellTohn Gentry Terry Tlche nor Jndgesji P A Swain Clerk D T Trout Sheriff Cool Springs Allen Taylor J N Berryuian Judges Srttu thrown Clerk- S W HInes Sheriff North Rockport D J K Maddox E Q Cooper Judges M J Reid Clerk Robert Her Jr Sheriff South Rookport P R Robertson L S Engler Judges Gee Hunter Clerk A H ROM Sheriff SelectJ V Crowe Tom Wilson Judges Jack OBanuon Clerk Marion Phegley Sheriff Horse IiranchJ H Wilson G J Hoover Judges Lee MillIOn Clerk B L Boyd Sheriff ROIIineD B London Wm Monroe Judges Charles Crowder Clerk J B Monroe Sheriff East Beaver DaniF O Austin C M1 Taylor Judges Joe Foster Clerk V M Stewart Sheriff West Beaver Dam Allwrt Clunn J111 Porter Judges James Barnes Clerk D Lee Burned Sheriff McHenry W T Woodward Jurnei Porter Judges Herbert Sanders Clerk Dirk Render Sheriff u CehtertownF M Allen TMHatch er Judges Calvin Warden Clerk J M Ross Sberlf- fSmallboQ8eWtn Addingtou Saw Morton Judges T R Barnard Clerk C A Liter Sheriff East Fordsville Basil Westerfield J L Boyd Judges Jo L Harder ClerltT J Smith Sheriff West Fordsville R L Owen Mack Smith Judges Garl Lanham Clerk J D Cooper Sheriff LyonsJudgesHnynw Sheriff Shrove J A Robertson Marl Clongb Judges J N Shreve Clerk C W IJntler Sheriff Olaton Jas Cooksey Wm Majors JndgessT W Daniel ClerkWm Keith SheriffDnfordR C Hudson Ben Newton Judges Goney Moseley Clerk Seth Riley Sherif- fBarthett1Pal Chapman Alonzo Hicks Judges B W Taylor Jr Clerk Granville Patton Sherif- fHeflinS O Rowan J A Goff Judges A C Rowan Clerk Jo Thom asson Sherif- fCeralvoDr J M Everly J D Barnes Judges W H Morris Clerk D H Helsley Sheriff Point PleasantM W Bell A B Tichenor Judges Tnce Shacklett Clerk J A Tichenor Sheriff Narrows Guymnn Westerfield Jo seph Shultz Judges J B Renfrow Clerk L Barrett Sheriff RalphJudgesAMoseley Sheriff Election Officers The following named gentlemen have been appolr ted election officers for the general election November 4 1902 East Hartford Leslie Combs Will lam Brown Judges G B Williams Clerk L F Bennett Sheriff West HartfordS T Stevens J E Bean Judges W G Hardwick Clerk John G Keown Sheriff ltedaS E Bennett Walter Allen Judges Ben Chamberlln Clerk J N Hudson Sheriff Sulphur SpringsJ B Wallace WHDuke Judges Albert Cox Clerk Mark Renfrew Sheriff Magan John Storms G A Weller Judges J C Hobeimer Clerk John Muffett Sherif- fCromwelLHenry Leach J B Shnlts Judges Thomas Cooper Clerk a L Stevens Sheriff Cool Springs A B Stanley Moses Herrel Judges John C Jones Clerk Fox Brown Sheriff NorthRockportJ E Maddox John T Carter Judges L G Hayden Clerk Dan F GIbbs Sheriff South Rockport E R Williams J H Hunley JudgosJobn A Miles Clerk J E Wilson Sheriff SelectC J Wallace S AL Jaraeo Judges Birch Shields Clerk Luther Rogers Sheriff Horse Branch M B Crowder V A Stewart Judges W K Miller Clerk James W Arnold Sheriff ROlneJ H Monroe F L Sander fur Judges R E Childs Clerk C F Wallace Sheriff East Beaver DamD B Reed P E Hooker Judges Richard Taylor Clerk Mason Taylor Sheriff West Beaver Dam8 P Taylor E 3 Barrass Judges JM Porter Clerk D J Coleman Sheriff McHenry W H Stanley B N Pat terson Judges S B Bishop Clerk R E Chapman Sheriff Centcrtown T M Her W L Rowe Judges DL Miller Clerk JML Bishop SheriffSmallhouseSeth T Hunter Goo Reid Judges Frank Downs Clerk Clint Igleheart Sheriff East Fordsvllle E W Truman Sam Gains Judges G E Ford Clerk- J W Hale Sheriff West FortlsvihleThoe Keown J P Stevens Judges A Henderson Clerk Jeff Barfaett Sherif- fyKtnavilleGeo Mllllgan Jake Newton Judges 0 W Phillips Clerk OT Burdett Sheriff ShreveLafe DeWeese J P Hurl Judges Grant Pollard Clerk Taylor Murphy Sheriff OlatonC B Felix Joseph Mitchell Judges Dr C W Felix Clerk N D White Sheriff DufordJ T Morgan Jeff Bell Judgesl R C Baird Clerk J D Holbrook Sberif- fDartlettAlonzo Hicks G B Smith Judges G W Taylor Clerk Dozier Bartlett Sheriff HefllnT D Owen Lee Williams Ulges Ed Stewart Clerk Roy Cox Sheriff CeralvoMllton Kimbley E W Smith Judges W E Morton Clerk Lucien Kimmel Sheriff Point Pleagant W F Condit Jb aBennett Judges Nat Llndley Clerk Byron Patterson Sheriff I FitzhughRenfrow John M Graham Sheriff RalphE II Morgan J L Patton Judges William Banghn Clerk Henry Ralph Sheriff A Correction From reading the account of the cap tare of Lud Grant in last week Hartford ItepuMlcan one would think that Grant was a notorious outlaw and des perado and that he had been eluding Bad CotghsII litI hid a bid cough for six weeks and could find no reliefIuntil I tried Ayers Cherry Pecto I rall Only onefourth of the bottle cured meII awn Newlngton II alwaysINeglected colds lead to something serious t They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia asthma or consumption Dont wait but tako Ayers Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough begins A few doses will cure you then Throe IlZSI 2k uougb far III vdiaazy- eoidi Me 1jail ttgbt for bruaaMtla heart It aaicoidi 101 I mist 101SCnhIl- for ebi ci ard to boss a bad J C ATJW COo1l Mal r arrest for three years Now the fact Iis7 there has scarcely been a day since this episode happened but what Lu d Grant could have been seen or arrested1 The whole deputy force and a town marshal thrown in as a gouger made the arreet when a 10yearold boy could have done it the same Grant and Rladon both of whom were boys at the time of the difficulty and who are of good respectable families were attend ing a school entertainment not pionic when the trouble came up and as the boys were good friends then and are good friends now there could not have been any malta attached to it This correction is made at the In stance of the friends of both parties and in justice to young Grant L a Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs pneumonlLTakenosubtltltntee SELECT KY Spcclil io THE lizRaLni Oct ZIWe bad a much needed rain in nightRev to fill his appointment at Green River church SundayMr and Miss LeonIHoward were married at the residence of the bride last Friday morning Rev M ceremonyProf 5 visitor at the school at this place one recentlyMr Hosey has moved into the house recently vacated by Mr O T OBannon Mr J M Porter Beaver Dam we in town Saturday The subject for discussion at theIschool house next Fnday night is Re solved That the secret ballot system of voting in the United States should beIabolished All are invited Messrs Anthony and George Arbucklu have returned from Texas where they agoFanners a tolerably largeI communityMr wenti to SundayRev church at this place Sunday at 11 oclock Mr A A Warren is teaching a chat inplaceDemocrats in the COinII ing election and victory Is ours A TEXAS WONDER Halli Great Discovery One small bottle of Halls Great Dla covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures dlal betea seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all Irre r- niarities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and women regulates bladder I troubles in children if not sold by your druggist it will be sent by install I on receipt of flu One small bottle two months treatment and will cni any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P OxBox 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimoniahi Taylor son Louisville READ THIS RICHMOND Ky Feb 0 1901 Dr E W Hall StLonls MoDee Sir I have used pno bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great ooveryfor kidI ney and bladder trouble I weighed 1M pounds when I began using It today I weigh 176 pounds and feel better than I have for twenty years and I cheerfuli ly recommend itto the public Respectfully JOHN A RIDDLE You Know What ton Are Taking When you take Groves Tasteless Chill J Tonic becanse the formula is plaIn Y I printed on every bottle showing that IIt- Is simply Iron and Quinine lu a tasteless form No cure no pay COo tf Treasurers Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Treasur er for the graded Common School Dis oounyKy1 vember 1003 at the court house door iin Hartford Ky at about 1 oclock p m for cash in hand expose for sale the following real estate for the amounts due for the years herein below stated For the years 18091000 fMOtaxI taxFor the years 10001001 Mrs Virginia Bell house and lot val ued at WOO taxes 370 Mrs M B Barrett lions and lot tc valued 1870 tax 830 Goo McGee house and lot valuedI 300 tax 4Wi credited by 160 Mrs L G Tweddell house and lot valued fMO taxes f349 All persons desiring to pay the above tax can do so by calling on me at my office In Hartford Ky prior to the day of sale 0 E MOURISON 41t4 Treasurer The Worst Form Multitudes are singing the praises ot Kodol the new discovery which is mak- Ing so many sick people weU and weak people strong by digesting what they eat by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food Into the Jclnd of pure rich red bloodI that makes you feel good all over Mrs Cranftll of Troy LT writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which grew InIducedbottles I am entirely cured I heartily i recommend Kodol to Ml sufferers fromII Indigestion and dyspepsia Take adoee j after meal It digests what you eat- J t IL Williams m I For Sale I What Is known as the Williams tarnI two miles North of Beaver Dam WIIIIiIitho sell in whole or part Terms reasons ble For further particulars call on or i address tf KduwU Toot Bowel S K VWILLlAM8I I Cud Catfc trite ear eon tlp tloa i1Io U Q 00 aUt d1qrYIIIII4 ottltl IROCKPORT KY HERALD J V R Bartholl mew of Livermore was here last TOM tlulbetlnlQlestMtNl lpiprovtagCaptain A B Stanley and son Hnbtrt of Prentls were here last Toes day Messrs J T Jackson and Q MMod TOOollayIJnd reprpsutlngtheMr C R U Felix of Olntou was here last Tuesday looking afer tin timber Interest I WMbereI Mr Elxie Allen after a months stay in Rock Springs Wyo returned last Wednesday to this city his home EUie left with 175 in cash and made Kentuckyllhom I Everybody in Rockport li glad to see him back TuesdayfromMorgantownMr and Mrs Frank Allen of Center WednesdayCwas here last Wednesday on Insurance business Mr Ed DafT Jr of Taylor Mines VedneedayMr Louisville was here last Thursday Sundayforposition as clerk for GIbbs Bros gener placeMisswilll snake for Gibbs Bros a nice clerk Mr Odle Davis of White Plains was ThursdayMiss has gone to Fords positioninGos store Old People Have Their Troubles Mr Francis Little of Benton Harbor Mich is over eighty yearsof age Since IMS he has been troubled more or Ices with Indigestion and constipation and has tried almoot everthing in use for those ailments wt August he began Hflng Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and was soon feeling much better In a reocnt letter he says I have used three boxes of the Tablets and now think I am well These Tablets im prove the appetite and invigorate the stomach liver and bowels For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OLATON KY SptcUl to TnE HsiALDl t goodforTom Wilson and wife are visiting Mr J familyRevand wife start this morning for their new field of labor at Banlstown Ky We wish them suo cess Ore Wm Embry takes Rev Walshs place on this work The stock quarantine of Grayson exciteUIment Olaton baa a very extensive in the western part of Grayson county so it has crippled our trade very much We see them coming in regularly walking They ride to the county line and then walk in Since the opening of saloons at Honte Branch n Judge and Marshal and an at torney would do a good business at Olaton and would add to the peace and placeWe will send us a good speaker to enthuse the boys We want Judge Settle to carry this county this year and be will surely do it If we forIIICircuit Judge is all in the family and quietMr Hartford today Natural Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold no easily No diseasecoats more little lives than croup Its attack is so sudden that the sufferer is often beyond human aid before the doctor arrives Such CoughCureflammation removes danger Absolnte ly safe Acts immediately Cures tallcoughs colds grip bronchitis all and lung trouble F S Mo coldrme a just oratorical contest I Intended to with draw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restoredmy voice In time to win the medal J IL Williams in PRESIDENT ROOSKVKLT was 44 years old last Monday October 27 Monday was also the birthday of former Secre tary of the Navy John D Long Who was 04 years of age and of Mr White law Held former Minister to France who has passed his 65th milestone along Ufas way To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabets All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure E W Groves signature Is on each box 25o tf SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive tthe sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blbod bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the wholebody For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT A BOWNB Chemists 4004IB Pearl Street New York see aD4 ioo I tlldnnfliU GUN S I We have Just received a largo line of Shot Guns Rifle Target Guns Ammunition Shells Eto Call alldee- Ii larKMt and best Ibis of Shot Guns shown In Hartford Prices the lowest a Oacceon BrosGR- OCERYMEN ford Good Horse Sense will tell you that old eggs and glue are not thingII ilutheirLion CoffeeIts Just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind Ihlfora qualityI ud tmhMw anlaiartd by tba sal4 psags d 5I rwsI i1 E P I I eARNESI LI M 1 1The uill PopularII Trading Place d IIFORt TilelIiII Green River Country lll r Our Object v 1i xi Wo want to to for l Ilj I pricesI j We want you to undcwtattdm d smraniHWHtyto itiIjj please and believe when you inspect our lines you j HttwiJI at once recognize the value of our offerings toII nyi you Our object iis your friendship and your busi for which we make valuable returns Jljlless Things Ne- jtj In every department this week The new arrivals I M in Millinery are much prettier than any former P chases New Rcadyto cars l ow Shapes purIII Trimmings Now Dress Goods Now Jackets 4Shoes Now Suits New 1 Mens ShirtsiiffWe bought 100 mons OcrcoatBIIt1ir Madras sizes M to WI 1 t line No two alike The regular price of these t 11 Shirts is 100 each Our price 7fic I ii Carpets Iii Wo are showing a nice variety of Ingrain Carpets 1 MattingH Rugs and Oil Cloths Remember we carry I f these goods in stock Bring the size of your R room and take tho Carpet home with youcut to IiII match and to fit your room Ingrains JUo 350400 J SOc GOo bnd The per yard Mattings 121c 15c 25011fiinndI I j orn 4 I ltAfter the first day of November we will take goodII n shucked now Corn in exchange for Merchandise r E P Barnes Bro fI BEAVER DAM J f JD= = = = ru e AAa r15he Columbia Tailoring CpM V OF CHICAGO v NOW OPEN AND RE DX FOR BUSINESS ALL KINDS OF Gentlemens GrersIr MADE TO ORDER Call at the New Commercial Hotel Market Street entranceand them lIartfordttright there You dont have to select Tho garment is out and made right here have to wait until your order is sent to tlio city Prices very reasonable and every garment guaranteed to nt Work tho very best that export tailors can put uPj Give them a call and look at their goods and inquire their prices It will be appreciated J L SHUTT LocalBanager LtrTOr PWtt I II TO TIlE Business CommunityI WK EXTEND TUB ACCOMMODATIONS OP A STRONG ANDeGREEN RIVER QgP9Irl BJI- Eoobst2 Ksr I Vii 1ii ii 4 5 v 1 1 I 4 4 4- I I i 1- r i I t P r u r1 r 1H 1p 1 1 1 Y 1 ti I ti tt- It I tr I r I I i 1 l A A A A A + 4 We Make the Offers You do the Choosing This week we aro offering you a choice lino of La dies and Misses Jacketsthe very latest styles affording prices and qualities that make choosing easy LADIES JACKETSFor j For J For Ini1ai ccAh- eavy woohcloth- combination storm or turndown col lareonnee iiijwith deep star shaped capo square front with six fancy buttons half tight tit ting slashed bot tom box back newest sleeves flap pockets top of col lar sleeves and capo trimmed with several rows black silk lustre braid to colors blue cardinal a our low price is 300 lOur stock of Jackets Furs Etc are the lat est Prices always the lowest Tho place1 is vT HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY OCTOIIMI 20 Dig line cf Trunks at Sam Bacha Frnltiof all kioOi at City Restaur ant Bee Carson 8 Co for carpets and rugs Bchroetera Floating Studio It at Hart ford tf Dig White Bed Blankets BOc a pair at Fats City Restaurant for everything good to eatDr E W Ford and family are iIn LouUtlllef Corduroy WlltiDPat Fainall the new shades Nicest Cakes awl Crackers ln4ow + at City Restaurant Ladles Flannel and Mercerised feklrla oT lost a good horse Monday from cotta Nicest and Freshest Candles In town at City Restaurant Fairs Bed comfort at 76c are the regular f1 quality For an apto date meal or lunch go to City Restaurant Mene heavy fleeced underwear 2Sp to Oho per prmeDtaUaln- Dlga line of GloTM are at Fairs lie buys a good Uned pair Mr Wm Lyons of naDellville was a pleasant caller yesterday Bee Fairs OieaVyx bbed ICo Hose They tie regular 8So gouda New fall shades of Kid Gloves at Fairs All gloves fljtted to the band k Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Ladies misses and childrens union suits Mo tffCOo per suit at Fairs Fresh always on hand at City Restaurant and served in any style Fleeced Piquesth6 newest material for waists Fair has it at 15p per yard Dig Use of Clothing tho latest and most serviceable styles ai Sam Bachs Fairs great Shoe stock enables t you to get the very beat Shoo at the low- set price Try them Your Tongue If its coated your stomach Is bad your liver Is out Or order flyers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys Cpsla miilte your liver right asyto take easy to operate Me All innUt or ya1waaKa4aT XI1119 MSDYEt Kt ra- M t NLRN ION NN offer you a heavyEnglish wool soft finish cheviot about 27 inches long silk volt collar tailormado ro veres threefourths tight fitting double breasted front triplestitched inverted plaitbottom coat back newest turn back cufF sleeves flap pockets lined throughout with mercerized nearsilk dou blostitchod all blue lar colors Jacket a regular castor aroundii MISSES TOO hasmonize and regularbeauty OOotoilatFaireMr The most superb line of wIDter Millinery found in Hartford is at Fain Just received new Flannels and Corduroy for waists Ask to see them CARSON Co Mr CP Nowllns children who haye been quite sick of fevers are Improvin slowly The celebrated Hamilton Brown Bhi Is sold by Sam Bach Every pair guar anteed Sam Bach the leading Clothier wants your trade I guarantee satis faction BAM BACIL When in Hartford get your meals at City Restaurant First clase in ever respectFor quick and easy ride to and from Beaver Dam patronize Field 2k Son bus line tf Mr Albert Cox Sulphur Springs ant W P Qoff Centertown called to Bee us yesterday Mea re J W Robertson Smallhonse and Wm Lyons called to see us yesterday Call on Dr D W King the Osteopath at W G Hardwicks Consultation aDd examination free tf The big deer chase and trotting racee at the Fair Grounds november 1 wit interest everybody Fine line of Shoes at Sam Bachs Prices to suit everybody Remember every pair guaranteed A lodge of nIghts of Maccabees wu organized InSHartford Monday night with about fifteen charter members Mens Wool Suits only 1270 at San Baohseizea 85 to 42 Black Clay Worsted Butts only t300rslzes 85 to 42 We are stilt selling remnant calico at 10 cts per pound We dont break the bolt Average weight five pounds per bolt CARSON 2C Co- WANTEDSweet potatoes Irlel potatoes good green apples chickens egga dried beans dried apples feathers and butter CARSON 2G Co We have only got ten oases of rem nant calico on hand and if you dont hustle up you will not get your share as it is going fast PARSON dr Co Masers J B Wade CentertownfLH Hammons Horton Guitavns Bt Chit Olaton and J M Holloway Roams were pleasant callers Monday See tho Wool Suite at Sam Bachs for only fl40Bles 8 to 16 years Youths black Clay worsted Snits only X200ekes 14 to 10 years Biggest Unoof O1ove ever 11fwn In Hartfor l at Bam Bachs Boys Globes and Mens working Gloves from 35o up Gloves to suit everybody and all kinds of workMr B Foster has opened up a new grocery oatue Jug A Thomas corner In Hartford Mr Foster was formerly a merchant here up to the time he was buned out and by his enterprise and fair dealing commanded a large trade We bespeak for him n liberal patronage i 7 to rf I ass Derr1ocratetl DONT PHIL TO MOTS Far W EX Settle An old time deer chase at tho Fair Grounds on November 1 will give the younger generation ah opportunity to witness sport their fathers indulge in half a century ago Don t forget when you come to town to bring along some chickens turkey feathers eggs butter bacon hams lard Irish and tweet potatoes dried beaua and dried apples CARSON do Co Pure Bone Fertlllter for sale I will give you the best prices ever made 6n pure rawlxme Call and see the Btate Chemists test F AL WF8TERFJELD Hartford Ky Messrs M T DW Likens hay sold their general merchandise store at Jingo to Mr A L Crime of Oraysoi county who will conduct the bnsioea in the future Mr Crime is said to be a good citizen and we gladly welcom him into the county The New Commercial Hotel is not I open for business and we invite the traveling people to call onus ani we will do all in our power to make their visit pleasant Please try ns once aDd if you like the way we treat you come again Yours trulyI- SAAC FOSTER List of letters remaining nncallei for in the Hartford Postoffice Mia Mamie Stewart Miss Nannie Jones t9 Mr Aaron Barree Mr Norman Ma Corkle Mr Joo Simon Mr Orville W Lnmson Mr B IIJames Mr O 0 Coleman Mn ThOlLL Bell neo R Hazelwood Rev A J Qoodall TIE HERALD desires to thank Ml II GorgUCoghlll of Wyaoxffor beantl fnl boquet of lowers and also a fine lot of chestnuts It is not often that i newspaper mans life is brightened by by inch acts of thoughtfnlness and we make this ackowledgment with the highest sense of appreciation Twenty pounds of whit sugar for 1 at the new gas Grocery Successful Meeting NUCKOLS KY Oct 27 1003 I began a protracted meeting heni with my old Buck Creek church ODe week ago without ministeral aid and up to this time things are very in couraglng Congregations large 8 for ward for prayers last night 12 profess tons and 13 additions to the church eleven of whom are for baptism The interest appears to be growing all the while and the revival is general We are looking for large results thii week Pray for us J N JARNAQIN Pastor All goods bought at Foster new Cash Grocery will be delivered free I Y Me C A The first annual convention of the Young Mens Christian Association IID Ohio county was held in Hartford last Friday Saturday and Sunday and was sia success in every way Mr B W Patterson was chosen president df the Association The Friday and Saturday sessions were held in the Methodist church The opening scrvlo Friday afternoon was conducted bl Rev J 0 Fettle The speakers as signed on the program handled thelr subjects well Friday night Mr Joseph T Watts a young railroad man of Louisville led off on the subject of Why Work for Young Ment Mr Watts is a finished speaker and made ai earnest and scholarly talk His addresi was one of the most interesting and valuable features of the meeting Mr Goo H Cox of Oweniboro member of the State Committee followed Mr Watta in a splendid address on Why I believe in the Young Men Christian Association loA World Wide Move mint Illustrated by sterpoprloon Will presented by Mr W L MoNalr Goner al Secretary of Louisville The pictures representing Y M 0 A progress and Mr MoNalrti talk were highly enjoyed by the large audience Saturdays exercises morning after noon and night were well attended and of special interest The speakers pre seated their subjects In a most convinc lug and entertaining manner Sunday was a great day for the Y M 0 A in Hartford The day began with special services for dele gates in the Baptist church at 880 At 11 oclock there was church service conducted by Rev John Lake Brother Lake delivered one of the grand eat sermons in the Interest of young Wen ever heard in Hartford He is an eloquent and forceful speaker and pre south his subject in a most convincing mnnner Dr Btuoky of Lexington was unable to be present to oonduot the ex ercises of the mens meeting but his place was happily Unfailingly supplied by Mr aw Anderson of Oweneboro a former resident of Hartford Mr An derson is president of the Y M C A of his city and his work in behalf of the organisation is off the b1ghwtfflciency ills talk wa VMytoKeUngatid eloquent In its intense earnestMsc rTherewas also special sarvloe lee andIsa1iathe Baptist charcCTa the ahenioovTb Rev- fohnLAoJ andInI the Uethod14t church for boys conducted by Mr Max Weir of Greenville Sunday night there wee a union meeting at the a P ChurchwiUi Mr Henry E Roserear State gafroiary presiding TheState work ila psrtaMly In goodhaBda Mrt Reeevear lalMl nroeet and Metxstwwkgs aJ the Bne progrea iof the Y M 0 AsaXn tuoky U mainly due to hie UMl j vand capable rfforta Hi Ae4eos iJ o spoke again at the Smsdayrig meeting One of the most enjoyable features of the meeting wastbernt QfBri l S dby tC9B1poeedihby Erutst Clayter and Bloant Jones Their singing wak of the highest orde and there was constant demand for their songs The following committee was chose to supervise the work In Ohio county Messrs G B Likens J P Miner T d J Morton E W Patterson J R Pirtle 0M Shnltc a D Stevens D Eo Thomas Heber Matthews Hartford a E Ford and 0 C Miller Fordsvilli Dr 8 OTaylor J Ham Barnes Albert Maddox and E D Oldham Beave Dam I D F Hudson Taylor Mines D F Qlbbs Rookport It U intended to raise by snbscrip don the sum of 1100 which will cover the expenses of the oi ganizatlon in Ohio county Inclndln the employment of a county secretar who will devote his whole time to the work No more worthy institution wa ever projected in this county for the moral and educational progress of th young men and it is hoped that the movement will meet with substantla encouragement from every citizen The now Cash Grocer wants your trade and it wil be profitable for you to tradi there A High ewapllment The firm of Thos Cook 2k Son of New York City ocean navigators and proprietors of the great ocean steamer Moltko which is simply a palace ot water have announced that they will soon start with this lone vessel on 3 ernie to the MediteraaeaB and Orient This trip will occupy 70 days and the itinerary will embrace all the mOlt renowned points of interest both in history and the bible Messrs Cook ft Son have published that in order to add interest and pleasure to the voyage they hare poaclndet to Invite fifteen clergymen from the different denominations in the Unites States to accompany tho party Ther clerical guests will be provided with every comfort of the trip obsolntely free of charge in fact all their expense will be paid from the time they leav home until they arrive home again The steamer gill start from New Yorl on Its voyage the 4th of February It is indeed a pleasure to the people of this section and of Ohio county to know that a clergyman from their midst hoe been chosen as onset fifteen preach ers who will go as guests on thia great trip which honor has been bestowed npon our esteemed fellow citizen Dr J B Coleman of Beaver Dam It iis car talnly a distinguished compliment worthily conferred Dr Coleman It anxious to accept this very flattering favor but the feeble state of his health will probably prevent him from making the rip Anyhow he will accept U conditionally and with aa appreciative sense of the honor paid him The people of Ohio county feel that they themselves have also been honored by this high compliment paid to one of their most respected and devout citizens Bronchitis lor Twenty Years Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville HL writes I bad bronchitis for twenty ears and never got relief until I used jrtfHoney and Tar which is a sun re Contalnano opiates All drug gists r m a A Pine Opportunity The Columbia Tailoring Company have been in Hartford andObio county two weeks and have been drawing n large trade The work that they turnout something elegant in fit material and workmanship Suits that you would pay any merchant tailor t1tJ fftS or 38 for are made by this company as cheap as readymade garments Their overcoatings are as five as money can buy If you contemplate buying a suit overcoat or pair of browsers in the next twelve months you should not miss tho opportunity while they are here a Democratic Speakings Gen David R Murray at Hartford tomorrow at 130 and at Beaver Dam at night Hon John B Brashear will speak in the interest of tho nominees of the Democratic party atM Honry Saturday night November 1 1002 In tho terrible struggle between the minors of Western Kentucky and organized capital last Btfmnior Hon John B Brashear proved himself beyond question the friend of tho laboring man Every miner in Ohio county should hear him at MoHenry Saturday night Nov 1 1002 Public Sale- I will on Friday and Saturday November 14 and 15 lift sell at public motion my entire stock of merchan dIae oonsistingof Dry Goods Groceries tardwate 0 now la my store atII uonydale I will also sell all my open I coounts in order to closel out the whole I usineas Sale will begin at 0 oclock a oou1tunet day Terms of sale Oath in hand Here is a good chance to get a bargain ClU and get It I 44t2 MT LIKENS Out or ieu1JJaws I When death seemed very near from a severe stomaeh aad 11 ver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes PV Muss CwkasB N a Dr Kings taw p41e Pills saved m7 tile and gave perfect health Beet pills on earth nd- ooly 85o at J H Williams drug tore m r HN1 SconomyDryGoodsStone New Goods New GoodstA And still they come NEW THINGS in every line More new patterns in Shirt Waists Flannels Etc Dress goods of every description Close prices on every piece and the very best of values guaranteed Come see and be convinced Millinery and Wraps Everybody that visits our Millinery Shop says tfe car ry the largest lino of Millinery in Ohio county and weI know wo have the cheapest and latest styles We carry nothing over Wo sell at such low prices that we have nothing loft when the season is over Dont fail to see our stock Wraps of every descriptionall now nice goods Dont fail to seo our Cloaks Furs and Capes For et the s to B This is tho way to Settle it right THE NEWS IN BRIEF A Maine woman left a house and lot to the United States to help pay the national debt Isaac Davis who 1s under indictment for the murder of Claude Tucker has been captured and lodged in jail at JIar dlnsburg A reward of 325 was out standing for his arrest Richard mite of Kentucky is tin oldest clerk in the executive depart ment of the Government He has spent sixtysix years in the office where the accounts of the Postoffice Department are audited At Cold Spring Harbor N Y John Volkman aged eighteen stood up and allowed a member of a medicine show to shoot at an apple on Ms head The marksman shot wild and lodged a bul let in Volkmsns head causing his death one hour later In an altercation at Paducah growing out of the pranks of a mischiefloving boy the Rev G W Briggs pastor of the Broadway Methodist church and a widely known minister stabbed and seriously wounded Mr T J Garr the proprietor of tho Inn a fashionable boardinghouse where Mr Briggs and hla family were making their home For the best and freshest Groceries go to the new Cashl Grocery the old James A Thomas corner I Pettlts Appointments Hon Thos a Pettit of Owensboro will address the voters of Ohio county as follows Rockport Wednesday October 29 a 780p m- Centertown Thursday October SQ a- 130p m- McHenry Thursday October 80 at 780 p m Died at her residence Monday near Cromwell of old age aids complication of diseases Mrs Hannah Miller Fu naval sevloes by Rev D J K Maddox after which her remains were interredl In the Mt Zion burying grounds Notice of Dissolution To whom it may concern The firm of Z Wayne Griffin cis Bro Yeller has been dissolved The interest of Z Wayne Griffin Bra in said firm baa passed to N A Yelser This Oct 28 1003 4413 Z WAYNE GRIFFIN k Bno Siop3 the Ceaga anti Works off the Cold Laxative promo Quinine Tablets cure one day No cure nopay J B Fosters now Cash Irbcory will treat you right i you goods cheaper than any other house in Hartford 0a Speaking for tile People Genial and capable Sam W Bedford of Owensboro has made some fine poechesia this county this week for Judge Settle and Congressman D H Smith He spoke with Judge J a Glenn at Pleasant Ridge Monday after noon and at Dtford at night Last fight they were at Lawson schoolhouse aDd today they will speak at 1 oclock at Magao and tonight at Deanefleld Doth Judge Glenn and Mr Bedford are ttractlve and entertaining speakers aDd have had good audiences Hon Thomas H Pettit and Judge tams V MWer Will Address the people at the several appointments heretofore nnoanoed for Mr Pettit as will be out In another column Come out and hear them Mr 8XT Steaveas and wife went to ulsvllle Monday I Clothing Boots and Shoes everybody Every received Women bodybig Every guaranteed Dont PlaceEconomy Goods StoreNext County Ba- nkStB SARA OOLLiSTB JlIITaJMacager Blggay atEalr cFrouuds Saturday November 1902 Trotting Races and Deer Chase races begin oclock a m First trot two in mile Ohio horses that neyer trotted money Entrance free Secqnd trot two in mile 10001 Ohio county horses enter Entrance r DEER CHASE L 1 oclock present will a chanco to see lost per be in county All Ohio county may enter Premium each dog50 cents fail to see exciting ADMISSION ADULTS 25c CHILDREN UNDER YEARS FREE IL i m m R PARIS WILLIS HEFLIN THOMAS Props Public Sale undereignedas executor the ofT L Griffin deceased to close up the bus iness of Z Wayne Griffin Bro will on vember 15 1902 at Hartford Ky offer solo at public auction to the highest and best bidder of the person al property of said decedent consisting of cows calves hogs buggy farming imple such as plows mowing cultic vator clodmasher a oft hay and corn and growing crop the same time sell a complete of drugs ownILBro Also two and ahalf shares of in the Ohio County Fair Company Sale will begin at 9- s oclock n m All sums under 5 cash in months time with approved security Z WAYNE GRIFFINExecutor Eo W Grove signature son box of the genuine Bromo Quinine Tab In1ODef Notice The undersigned will on Monday 8 1903 at the Judges in Hartford Ky let to the lowest and best bidder the building ofI a barn on the county All bids sealed and delivered before 2 m reserving the right to reject any or all bids For terms and specifica see J P Miller W A RoDe B F Hudson committee U a Americas Famous Beauties horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches Bores They nor will any one who uses DuoklenlI Arnica Salve It the face Eczema or Salt before It It cures sore chapped hands chilblains for Piles 89o at JHWilliams drug m Estrayefl Taylor one black mare about 181t hands high 4 or5 oldAny information as to her whereabouts will be thankfully received U DARDWELL cis No of consumption If you use Honey and Tar to cure that cough All druggists m A splendid line of Clothing anything desire from the cheapest to tho very best Boots No old stock now goods just Rubbers Men 3md Children Shoes for every little old and young Dont forget to look at our Twin Owl Shoes and boysthe best in the world 1 Dry Door Ohio scn andseU 1 Trotting at 10 three heats premium 1000 All county have for may enter best three heats premium may fee i10Q +At those havo the deer chase that will haps ever seen Ohio dogs 500 En trance fee for Dont this chase TEN L J H The of and Saturday No for all ments lot At will stock stock hand Over 6 three This every Laxative November County office farm oclock- p tions Look with Pimples dont have them glorifies Rheum vanish lips Infallible store From Mines mule yean STEVENS danger Foleys stubborn you for pair brand for for men pair best Ail estate O D LIKENS Prest 0 J RHOADS Vice PJ a BiiiT Cashier The First National Bank Of Hartford Ky wants your business 000SurplusBTINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS DIRECTORS DsJ1 4 15he V Right Clothes Place 3This store is the right seethes place You can read that to mean lather waythe right Dolose place or the best and most economical place to buy good Clothing Wo mean it both ways and weve got the goods to prove it both ways Wo buy close and sell close alwajtalook ing to the best interests of our customers and reserving only a reasonable margin for a small profit These goods are the perfection of hand tailored readytowear Clothes guaranteed to fit r the same as if made to order and are fully fifty per cent cheaper than tho madetoorder kind 0 The prices are low and include perfect style fit perfect tailoring witGot What You Want youllfindee of Furnishings Hate Shoes and Neckwear for men young men and bays is the most complete in the city In fine Dross Goods Cloaks Wraps I and Furnishings for tho ladies we have an im manse and special stock Our styles and prices are bound to please you Give us a look and wo will convince you that l0 aro fight in the push in the general Dry Goods lino in Hartford See our shoywindow9 for elegant display ju t a tasto of whats inside Now Goods arriving specialbuyerstho The IButery Store s Sam Bach Hartford W J I i i i r mt r i iI ii t 7- ryl i iL 4 1 r t i iil tr r Y r I I If f p I 7- lp i lI I Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought and which has boca In two for over 30 years baa borno tho signature of Rod bas been tnfldo under Jds per- sonalYrf tfJ H porVWOn since its Infkncy CcAtM Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and uJustl8goodu are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tim health of Iniunta and Children Experience ngalnst Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OU Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo 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 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estimate until you thoroughly understand thisIProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must beImade on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with regulations made and provided klLend for circulars blanks etc to rulesII ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU a 0 Box 716 Cincinnati 0 T IIARTPOUD JERALD i itPWEDNESDAY OCTODEH Sfc COOL PLANNING Of a Suicide Settled All His Earthly Affairs Then Swung Himself Off on Time MARION iNft Oct S4Alter wake lag all necessary preparations dtspbs Ing of his personal property nnd itstinj the time he would take his own life GeorgH W Parson n prosperous farmer of this county hanged himself this rooming a little after 4 oclock Ills dead body was found swaying In the wind at the eud ot a rope attached to an apple tree and honr nnd a halt later by his wife Parson had been drinking heavily since lost Friday He visited Converse Saturday and while In an Int6xlcaWII arreetft11andSunday evening when ho returned to his country home where he remained until Monday morning He then went to the home of his soninlaw William Berber who had Indorsed a note for him Iu payment of some stock recently purchased at a publIc sale He told Rerbet that he would not be able to meet the obligation when it became due aud Insisted that Herbst go with him to his home and get the stock so that he would lose nothing by Indorsing for him Herbet wa compelledto do as he requested to satisfy him Parson attired himself in his best suit of clothes yesterday morning and came to Marion settled all of his accounts and returned home last night arriving there about 5 oclock He refused to eat any supper and told his family that he had eaten the last mouthful be would ever eat- Be gave his favorite daughter the on ly photograph of himself he had and alsogave her his favorite horse To another daughter he gave a bnggy and to other children he gave other personal property He told his daughter Katie who is fifteen years of age that he In tended to hang himself this morning at 4 oclock and told her his body would be found hanging from a certain apple tree near the honse He set an alarm to ring at 4 oclock and went to his room He did not die robe but laid on his bed until the alarm clock sounded when he arose and left the house Mrs Parson arose soon afterwards and prepared breakfast and called the children They ate breakfast and when Mrs Parson went to the dining room door to look for her hnsband at 0 oclock she saw his body suspended from the apple tree he had described to his daughter eDanger In Fall Colds Fall colds are liable to bang on all winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia bronchitis or consumption Foleys Honey and Tar cures quickly and prevents serious results It is old and reliable tried and tested safe and sure contains no opiates and will not consti pate All druggists m I 0 Dont Want too Much- A Lone Star State man tells the fol lowing story of a negro baptizing in TexasAn old negro preacher did the honors and the candidate for baptism was a coal black negro woman The preacher led his victim far out into the stream where she could be thoroughly immers ed and at the auspicious moment he cried in a loud voice Be stiddy sister be stiddy and youll cum up wbitah den snow Oh parson she exclaimed dots askln too much a cream color would do 0 Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm D B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains difficul ty in moving fingers or legsbone pains swollen muscles and joints or rheuma tism or foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of eases of 80 or 40 years standing after doctors Hot Springs nnd patent medicine had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheu matism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patchlngnp Sold at drug stores ft1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balsa sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta I Ga A personal trial of Blood Balm is betterthan a thousand printed testimo nials so write at once m CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children I The Kind Yew Han Always Bought t I Dears the I Signature of Fly In Coffee Fatal I KMtonUenn Cor fbiladclphla Ira The right of a fly In his coffee today caused the death of Samuel Wagner aged 10 years Mr Wagner was seated at the dinner table when a fly dropped Into his coffee He asked his wife for another cup and situ went to the kitchen to get it husbandIleaning on The sight of a fly in his coffee or any foreign substance In his food had al ways made him slok aud bis death was due to heart failure r DOWN INTO GRAVE I iGirl Was Lowered tte tscrulil2 Pace 01 a C rpekrcmgf- or Lost Brother ST Louis Mo October 24 In her search for her missing brother Edward Miss Catherine Riley of 7818 neiUe avenue was today lowered into a gm In which was buried the body of an un Identified man thinking perhaps It might be the one oho sought The broth er who has been mining for two weeks was last Men going south from Seller lIOn Barracks Riley has been untiring in her With fronds she has walked the banks of the Mississippi river to find some clew Yesterday afternoon she heard that the body of nn nnldenti Qed man had been found near Oakville St Louis county on the banks of the Meramao river and buried within ten feet of where it was found Thinking it might be that of her brother she asked to have the grave opened that th might satisfy herself To ilo this It was found necessary to obtain the consent of the Coroner Before this could be obtained darkness set In and it was neo essary to open the grave by the light of lanterns The coffin was six feet deep in soggy clay and it was found impos sible to raise it to the surface The dig gers removed the cover of the rough box that served as a coffin but the fea turee could not be distinguished from the surface With heroic courage MIsa Riley allow ed herself to be lowered Into the grave by ropes A glance at the face showed her that the lead man was not her brotherAfter leaving the grave It WAS neces sary to cross a long bridge where the Frisco railroad crosses the Meramac river While crossing this bridge with her friends Carl Nelhans and Miss Roberts a train running at very high speed was seen approaching Expect- Ing every moment to fall between the ties the party ran at full speed to the opposite end of the bridge which they reached nota moment too soon Already unnerved by her uncanny experience at whllecroeail1gI faint and was resuscitated with much difficulty Hunting for Bar ol Gold at End eff Rainbow MiDDifESBORO KY Oct 23 Minnie McGuire the slx year old daughter of Rev Thomas McGuire of Newbrook Vs disappeared from home a week ago and was found only yesterday In the mountains She was at the bottom ofa precipice unconscious and with a leg broken After she was brought to she said that she had started out to find the bag of gold at the end of the rainbow had wandered on until night came on and then fell over the cliff Her leg was broken by the fall She had remained for a week without food aud water and had fainted from weakness The cliff she fell over Is 50 feet high but the bushes beneath eased her fall She Is In a precarious condition Spent More Than 1000 W W Baker of Plainview Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and spent over 1000 without relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recommended Foleys Honey and Tar and thanks to this great remedy it saved her life She now enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse sub tltntea All druggists in Peanuts and Song Mhls incident of rural felicityis related by the Hawesville Clarion A few days ago a young man from the country along with his girl dropped into a local restaurant and between the mastication- of large hunks of bologna the girls eyes were intently fixed on a peannt roaster sitting by Leaning over to her stiddy company and wearing an expression of great joy the young laby said Gee wouldnt the thing all be fixed now if theyd jlst set that thing to plavln Home Sweet Home Cholly and Gawge CIIOLLV AND QAWOE are two dudes enamored of Miss Tootsie The ridlcn Ions things they do to get the better each other are told in colored ofII tures now running In the St Louis liiy PottLHuputeli When Qawge wants to spear he says Oh fudge and al ways about that time some dire catastrophe happen to Cholly too and he says Doublefudge- These pictures by the clever and fun ny sketch artist Tom Powers have found much favor Annual Meeting American Bankers Association New Orleans Nov 1118 1902on ar count above occasion round trip tickets willbo sold from Beaver Dam Ky to New Orleans and return at rate of f1800 for the round trip Tickets on sale Nov 8 9 and 10 return limit 10 days from date of sale Provided ticket Is deposited with joint agent not later than Nov 18 and upon payment of fee of fifty cents at time of deposit ticket will be made good to leave New Orleans on date ticket taken from deposit but not later than Nov 80th 1003 Stop over privileges within limits of tickets 4U9 S B VANMETKR Agt m Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Children nccessfnlly used by Mother Gray nurse In the Children Rowe iu New York Cure Feverlebnees Bad Stomach Teething Disorders move and regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms Over 80000 testimonials Theyneverfall At aU druggists 850 Sample Free Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy fY S4W It Keeps the Feet Warra and Dry Ask today for Allen FootEase p powder It cures Chilblains Swollen l wealing Sore Aching Daray feet- At all druggists and shoe storloa 2o 4 t tII LETS DO IT Tfai Slocai that Should to ap from E1craiIlicart In I This Section We commend the following from the Paducah NaetDanoerat to the car ordiinnUedDemocrat For a time there was some tasting In Grant county over the effort to take IIt from thSlzthsadplsoitintheNinth- dirlot and many were the Demo crate who laid the willlngnees cm Con Rressman Gooch and the desire at the doors of Kehoe and Judge Paynter thrpagh the tetters friendship for Kehoe The Sixth could bare stood the loss of Grant and it would hare made the Ninth a certainty for the Democratic nominee but Grant county prqteatecl and cussed the three gentlemen good and hard and strong with afew threats of scalping Gooch when the time cam around But Grant county la a Demo cratio county sad the spirit of her Democracy is well exemplified In the following from the Wllllamstowi Courier The election la close at hand and the Grant county Democrats want to begetting ready for th largest offyea vote we have ever polled Why not live Judge Paynter and Congressman Gcooh the largest majority ever SIVeD to anybody In Grant We had just am well do it as not and all that Is neew envy is forevery Democrat In the coanty to turn out on election day and vote Lets do ifLets do Ifbaa the right ring to it and it is not alone applicable to Grant county but to every predaot ward town city county and district la Ken tacky and especially in localities where there may hare been more or teas trio tlonand more or less illfeeling Over re suIts of races for nominations Lets do It It the angwcrDumbcrslsahoutt give one to the other when consulting over party matters and when talk of newt luting conventions or primaries may chance to open np a sore or to bring about something like unkind feeling among friends of the different candidate for the honor of carrying the standard of Democracy In November And lets Lets do it mean lets do It to the Republican party in November wherever its makes it appearance In the field with a ticket lalgooditB lal Tlct1IWDltoa JIPierpontcasion of one of his rodent risita to Washington I And by the way II be added I have nomoneyThe II behind the counter smiled thinking the great financier was perpe testing a little joke I But the man of millions ran his fingers through his vest and trousers pockets and related I mean just wha I say I I have no change The clerk at the desk will pay yon Saying which Morgan lighted one of the cigars and moved off The clerk at the hotel desk paid the bill and added It to Mr Morgans account The fifty sent piece has since been hung np be bind the cigarstand as a souvenir Not INewI The bankers wife A man of yourII wealth and position in society should not wear a suit that cost less than 75iI The Banker Bat 75 suits are worn only by those who cant afford themII Bryan e tile Primary Mr Bryan in a recent speech In regard to the action of the Democratic party in Wisconsin puts himself strongly in ineas an advocate of the primary elooII ion over the convention as a mode for nominating candidates We respectful I ly refer his words to those newspapers of Kentucky which are fighting a State primary I As it is the party is put in the attitude of opposing the primaries as aI means of selecting officers How can the party prefer a delegate convention OB primary Without discrediting the ntelllgenoe and patriotism of he voters t Any argument that can bo made against a primary can be made against a popu nomoIInatlonUsin convention condemned plurality for amajority It should have anIimendment that would provide for aI- IIOOOu4 election as the primary laws do In most of tbeStates where they hare been adopted But to denounce a pri wary law as unAmerican and nn Democratic is to betray an ignorance of whit Democracy really means 1 Biblical Mysteries Caused Suicide MAKING KY Oct 2tJohn Riddle aged forty a prosperous farmer of the Kentucky border committed suicide just at daybreak this morning by hug lug himself from a barn trough with a pair of plow lines Riddles1 neck was broken He had been brooding over the mysteries of the Bible for some time which doubtless prompted his act Riddle came from Hamilton 0 six years ago and married Mits Llwle Williams X Dozen Times a Night Mr Owen Dunn of Beaton Ferry W Va writesi I bav had kidney and bladder trouble for years and It became 50 bad that I was obliged to get up at lleast a dozen times a night I never rg telred any permanent benefit from any aedlclne until I took Foley Kid ley Cure After using two bottles Imc- ured IIAI druggists w Nont Open New irbn d it hja Piusjj Weary WigglesLady cant yer help a poor fellow 4d cosl strike hu Jrnookedolttgf hiyint- raXIndmtlrstke t ibisquarter a4so ysiers mixes eli t- WW N J p eaity V fallIa dew opea K s1- koss 1 ssdAsr4smIpsi CHOP SUSY How the Celestlals Prepare and otqliajPaDH1s and An cleat Chinese Dish Ne w York Brenlof PoatJ Chop iuey the national dish of China for at least twentyfive centuries bids fair to become a standard food in this country There are some sixty Chinese restaurants scattered over the different boroughs Of Greater New York whoa chief attraction Is this popular compos tlon and several American restaurants hue endeavored to take advantage of ilal11billamount of mystery concerning the dish It 1is elmple economical and easily made The general formula is aa fol lows One pound of moderately lean fresh pork cut Into pieces a quarter of an inch long two chicken livers chopped np to the size of dice two chicken gizzards cut into slices the size of ia niokle and each ring pinked with the line almost meeting In the center The heat of cooking causes the fibers to shrink and converts the circle Into a many pointed star A quarter of a pound of celery out into slivers a quarter of a pound of canned mnshroomi and a quarter of a pound of green peas chopped string beans asparagus tips bean sprouts or salsify These are thrown Into a fryingpan over a hot fire covered with a cup of water four table spoonsful of chopped onions half aclove or garlic grated salt black pepper and red pepper If the fire Iis hot enough these will cook In live minute The contents of the pan should be stirred to prevent burning and the moment the watei bolls out froth water should be added in await quantities to prevent bunting The dish should be served promptly and Is not only palatable but wholesome and easily dlgwled In place of pork mutton can be employed while chicken liver and gtttards may replaced by those of the turkey Some Chinese cooks use the Indian soy which is sweeter The effect can be imitated by adding a tea spoonful of Worcestershire sauce and another of brown sugar or a teaspoon fed of mow An agreeabl modifica tine results from the use of asparagus tips alone with the other vegetable in fanetTIII JtIpensive dish containing a fair amount of the best imported French tnnah rooms S p aA VOZVXA BaanU 1 Y BIIIIit IIIpMee IFlnh Suit for Divorce 0 Oct 2tMrs Albert Knee wife of Albert Erie a welltodo farmer living near Fremont brought suit in that town today for a divorce on the ground of extreme cruelty Among other things she stattd that a few days ago her husband came home and grabbing np the family cat beat her over the head with it until the cat was dead She also charges drunkenness and nonsupport This is the filth time she has brought suit for divorce against her husband and she states it will be the last enuIaeLaxativetile rwMdr W rea a said 1 IIq- I Iramieratloa Pacts The report of the Commissioner of Immigration shows that Wtf748 Imml grants arrived in the United States during the past fiscal year Italy led with 178870 an increase of 43370 Aus triaHungary second 171689 increase of 68590 Russia third 107847 increase of 22090 Arrivals from Ireland were twoImission Of the total number of im migrants 163188 were unable to read or write but 74063 of these were under fourteen years of age e p 0 Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist O T Smith of Davis Ky Is Dr Kings New Die oorery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sale it has never failed 1 bate known It to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best phy sicians prescribe it and J H Williams guarantees satisfaction refunds price Trial bottles free Regular size OOo and ftI iu Potato Gems To one cup of warm inasbed potatoea add one tablespoon of butter one teaspoon of suit the yolks of three eggs well beaten and one cupful of milk pour this over one and onehalf cupfuls of flour beat well and add the whites of the eggs beaten stiff and two and one half level oufuta of baking pow ders Iii greased gem pans two thircls full bake in a quick orenSO minutes WOSMA IIM long kt twoIbdkssltlSorthepsestbre7w1 1amII- siWsi Oueart the ouly estairtla worthy ci- M bBairdUlss 11 C CATHARTIC CANDY Qtep I OONITIPATION iek s Itks NMd 5 TM a- sULT1 =t Tutfs Pills masydayswhatever be wiskee They prevent SICK HEADACHE CUM the feed te assimilate sad ness Ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH a l totld mssIe Ekfutty MIU- c TakeNoSubstituto tJr1Early RI ra The fsuneu Httle plllr Mrs Fred Unrath Prida cootFJ Sub eatu lIuMr 1kbw- After my first baby xu been I did not turn to itjtln my ilrtnjth tllhoojh the doctor sn in a tonic which he cotuM md wry luptrior but IniUid olgtttaj bttUr I grew weaker very dy My hut bud wbktl that I take Wise of Cardul lor week snd m vM It would dolor me I did tab tilt medicine sad wu try grateful to fInd lilY tnllSth and health slowly eahaittlag Ja two wwtI was ou- tofbedsadiaa moath I Wal we to tab I up my meal1 dutlu I sm very caiyitl I v sstlcisltsprsuWineofCszdulrcinlorceathecegans I of jtotiktion fur the ordeall of prea I nancy and childbirth ItprevenUmii II carriage No woman who takes Wine gofhttchildl I Wine of Cardnl befott her baby came I she would not have been weakened as I she was Her rapid recovery should I commend this great remedy to every I expectant mother Wine of Cardui I regulates the menstrual fl- owLNE OrCARDUI a TODACCOSPIT aud SMOKE YotIrUtaaylTOIltuil to mtO wtil Iroac nifnrtte Toll ol NT91Athat lItan poc4 so ten days Over 188009caRd All drapistL Cuts rsarsmel Dnob STE1INOawMn CXeEOJOeyOhio COLTY- CiicouitCovaTW T Own Judge 1 K RuwAtlurnSyOweubotO TII Black JiI tfi N A AndtrKto C1ctk Uow o lolbwo- kMssterCommItoatrOI 8 Ukttn Ttu ir cl Jury Iund C P row hetUtttaflIotdi IXpaly BhrtlBt John O KIOwa I J Morn It L ISOrd and rksn alevtas outIcuTtces Stat Maaatjr la Mirth cud Aninil and coo tlauntlmc wftkIsD4 third MooJif la 3Iud November two weeks COllIery Cocm J r Miller Judge M S lUadClerk W 11 Darou Attulncr Court conrenet lint lIoudID rich Month UCART IY Corn Beflnt thud Monday la Jiouiiy April July sod october Couar or CLAiua Coawne aecond Tueadty In October and Tucwliy after the BmxiouJtj 1s3ouatyCosITAJLIIi P Dennttt lUttfotd lihan Vlacml Cullllowa Ilcoiykouioon Echoic 11klIer Maada T W Wilfhl Macin J I Fotd llle a L Nnun BufotJ fluEs C0v1Tv OicaasJoho JI Wood ButrtjoiCcrilTo Frank Lowe Aueuor Beda James Uewcne School Superintendent Hart lord lieu L Davli Coroner Sulphur Bpll iTelephone to Concord for Coroner JUSTICES COURTS T A KVAKa Forditlllerebruanr 5 Ship 5 Auutt is November S I A luck Uuford Februirjr to Slay I Aointt I November JOHN M OKAIIAU Sulphur Sprlnxa pott once NrrcCourl teld at VaadcclIebruaf II jbito held at1 Balietown February II Map 9 Auauiti Nov embers DJWitcox Rockport Februarys Miylo Auinit it Nov soberS W A Moor Centretown February to May II Auguct 15 I4Ovembcr t TsylofMineaCourtIj Slay 17 August jo December 6 HARPFORD POUCU COURT John 11 Wilson Indies J a R Wedding City AttorneyS W II Mauiy Marihal Court coo vent aecond Monday In each month KHUCIOUS SERVICES M K Ciicacii ot7Tucnlcca third Sends In each month morning and night net fourth Sunday nltbt Prayer service every Wedneaday IIIJff C Fettle rtrCODd Sunday In eacb month morning and evening Prayer meeting every Tburiday sight Her K W Coakley Factor C P Cuuacttefvices Brtl Sunday la each month morning sod night Rev J D Harned pulor TOWN TKUSTKKalf ARTPORD U P Warner J II Patton DrS 1 Wedding W O Hardwlcb end A D White linon Carl Martha ICIIOOI TRUaTIIKSIIAKTPORD SleveuaJohoCBKCRKT 8OCIHTIIW Hartford Soda No 67S V tt A Ma on meeli Irit Monday nltbt In each month- A o U W meela Stat sod third Saturday utaH In eacb mouth prrlh1IGHIaPretlon Morton Poit No 4 O A It hold regular meeting at Hartford on Dilurdty before the flrit Sunday In each month UlinoisCentral liRRlili- hi Through Paaaeneer Tralna and Vast BSlclent Double Dally txrtlo from Clncln sell sod LouUvlllcto Memphis New Orleans D connection with the B O III B W to Lout tlllt reaching direct or making close Conner lions for principal polnl- aSOUTH and WEST- on Its own connecting lines Including Vlcka burr nd Jackson 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