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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A2HneJobwork aSpecialtySubscription 1 a year IIVOL XIV HAR FORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1901 n No 19 r i Woodsmen Know that in spite of hard work in the tg clear forest air the blood often become impure The heavy food served in the lumber camps to a great extent reo this condition of the blood wbkh renders the prey to many forms of disease There is no better blood purifier than Dr 1 tercea en1 Medical Discov erupkI elila i rheumatism and outer diseases caused by an Im pure condition of the blood It cartabsolutely and al i together cleans Ing the bl od from the which breedand feed dls ease no sub lltutelor Ute Dis covery There ia no other medicine cjuit at OOd for the blood MwinforCYtrlliank rou for adrlilnr mt rtucrOoldeCOTM7 writt aira James Murphy or rocahonlaa ca Iowa It lnu cured amolduenkaemJnlaoof twelt lfI tandlnldiarrhea for twelve yean I am la foot hrmltb MW better than I ever was In mjr II owiaf y lo prN1 Golden Medical llKortrjr I took Mrertl bottle of the UUcoYery Ufore I moppedDr Common Sense 1 Adviser containing 1008 pages and oerc 700 illustrations is sent free on receipt of stamps to defray expense of mailing only Snd II ooeceat stamps for the took In paper cover or 3r cents for till book in binding Address Dr JL V Pierce Buffalo N Y WW Ji41a7 gl S 1S1h 1C1 M L HEAVRIN Kttorney at LawIHARTFORD KY Will praetlr hi protoMloa In all th court nl apeERNEST WOODWARDfATTORNEY AT LAWaiiAKTronn KT win ptMtlwkta prolcMlon In All the roirtiol Otlo fount udCourtoiAp el 1rom-ptedeoredwaldet irlr n bBtlnmiUwUd t kin Offle orrr Ohio toes hack JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY K asI lItiO Jrm to totlrctlaMnitkiiir It abtreetae aloagtnrytebhIeforoklgcoca II omt narth IU public Iwa 0 E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW i U4RrFuHT ebin In all the court ol Thin andadjoinincntinandcoortofAppecl- stpdai nttntlon to M clan omnl lbAtCyomnpco nkouu F L FELIXIATTORNEY AT LAWa 11uARTIORn KT Will prattle In I 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KY Will prattle hll la thteourUol Oklo aid adlolnlu countlt AlsoNota- gPubUSouthern i RaiiwaYThrough El bt Best 8oaibmState- eKENTUOKYITENNESSEE CAROLINA ALABAMA VI GlNIA North OAROLINAGEOR 01 A and MISSISSIPPI III MMUIIei Three Daily Train DttwunLoitt Till aid Lexington Observation Chair Cat Train heal and arrir LonUTllt rromB Tnth Itntt Union Depot coonAim with trains of thS niltbU Central Railroad and L H L 8L L B U ForlnlormitlonaddrwA h AT LOBlirOie Wrt JI 1nLOAUlatallt OIL Lonlwtll t CcLr Traffle Uauaitr l Wahuro I LTreeroPii Agent J L r DROPSY CttXVwtth BUUIT R BodIM IIIM16I rll hoplr 011ft U f SMALL BOY I RELEASED ROBBERS VICTIM InIIIn Stephen Frenz was Locked His IceboxI Lad Called for Match es and Opened the Door Through the Icebox Window He Could See Thieves Rob Money Drawers and Then Make Captive of ills Patron Hey then called a small boy wlo entered the grocery store of Stephen Freer shortly after lor oclock Wednesday night my ma wants t cents oith o matches All right boy called a voice from cavernous depths Just let me ut of this Icebox aad Ill watt on orIt was Mr Fret z In the Icebox vie tim ol four bold robbers who made a sweep of the cash in the two title lo minutes before and elellpedt with Henry Panlkert as their prisoner The opened the door ol the reot Ifrlgerator after tolling away a big barrel of beer that had been placed icalnit it and Mr Prenz walked out and collected Hnlly chctl said the boy 4 fought yonse wnz a ghost I did To the i ollce Mr Freer told a tale ol his capture and lm prlsonment the robbing oi his solo n nd grocery afore tills and the carr off of an elderly customer Mr of Howard street Mr Frenz conducts a gocery store nd saloon combined at the north east corner of Elliot avenue and North Market street The grocery occupies the corner room The bar is back ol the grocery with a screen swinging door between The entrance lison North Market street Just at the sad of the bar between and the store la the big Icebox Amen can stand up in It without stoop lag The door shuts with a snap ock and It cannot be opened Irom the tonne On the other side toward the bar Is a thick plateglass window J8 Inches equercR- OUBRR3WRRR PASIUOKABIYDRBJ3ED Andrew Johnson not related to the successor ofAbraham Lincoln bought drink and bade the proprietor good night at lo oclok Mr Franzs clerks hid gone fat the nights except fur Mr Pitnlkert who was enjoy lag a longer at a table neat the saloon he was alone In the doable es tablishment Three young men walked in at the door They were fashionably dressed Two wore black overcoats of the latest eat and the other was a Raglan wan They wore black colt hats Two were smooth shaven the other hada dark mustache The young men lined up at the bar Mr Frenz had just stepped into tht grocery several women having enter ed the store They made purchases nd departed Here bartender give us tOme to drink called one of the menMr Ireez returned to the bar The three men celled for whisky Here old man said the mustached one to Mr Paulkert have some thing with us Mr Paulkert said he didnt mind a little whisky lie stepped to the bar between the mustached man who stood at theeast sad and one ol the laced youths AU poured out whisky The proprietor a man In the store and supposed he wanted to buy some thing He walked to the tad of the OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through vobrkidneys once every three minutes on a yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are or of order they fall to do their work Pains aches andrhe rnausm como from excess of urlo acid In the blood due to neglected d kidney trouble KIdney trouble cues quick or mislead fhougRs overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It to ba considered that only urinary troubles wera to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proved that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble Il you are sick carumaka no by first doctoring your kidneys mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Khmer SwampRoot the grew kidney remedy Is soon realized It sands the highest for Its wonderful cureaof the distressing cases and b sold Its mertU byalldtucctstlntlflY1cont es You may sick out Tho most e sample bottle mac9ametenmyRO tree pi nphlettellingyouho to find out H you trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer tti Co 8Ini UITorr NY bar intending to enter the store He must pass within a few Inches ot the Icebox door I When Mr Frert was Immediately front of the icebox the man with mustache walked up to him and I the muzzle of a big revolver his beaat Stop where you Une be said and hold up your hands fRKNZ HELD 1113 HANDS HIGH I held up my hands high said Mr Prenz in relating the Incident fie had that gun right against my heartThe robber quickly searched the pockets of the proprietor but found no moaeyJMeanwhile Mr Faulkert who heldt his glass poised in the very act ol eaIjoying the strangers hospitality suf feted a sudden surprise The young man at his left placed a pistol barrel against his ramble and commended him to hold up his hands- I I heldup my hands and whisky both said Mr Faulkert They gave me no time to drink the liquor that they Invited me to take Think of ill While the cold teel was held firmly i against Mr Faulkerts head the rob her who had Mr Frenziu tow opened the icebox door I he com mRadedIMr Prenz got in The robber shut door with a snap Mr Franz was securely locked In his own bastile Just back of him was a huge slab of ice preserving some hotter and velteI tables The was de Itgreesthe bar and opened the cash drawerI Looking through the little plateglass window ot his prison Mr Frenz could witness the whole scene He saw the man take all the money he knew it to be only 15 or 16Ifrom the drawer and be saw the robber who up to that time had doceI nothing walk behind the bar verve closely the sum of mosey taken by the otherIIt was man had little faith in the of honor amongst tblevesISCENE AUDSBED ROBBERS VICTIM Mr Frenz saw also his friend Faulkeit standing motionless his empty lelt hand high above his beadI and his right hand holding the whis ky glass poised as if in the act of proposing a toast If it hadnt been so confounded cold In there remarked Mr Frenz I should have laughed In spite otI the robbery The proprietor saw the three robI bers joined by the fourth who had taken a few dollars In small change from the grocery till walk out of the saloon Mr Fanlkertlu front of them The robbers took their prisoner to an alley on Madlton street near fill lot avenue where they told him to walk away And If you turn around to look atI us said the one who had covered him with the weapon well fill you full of lead- Meanwhile the icebox prisoner silvered with cold No customers came and he could not get out He placed his shoulder against the thick door but could not spring the lock He kicked and called but no aid cameI began to think it was a case of lodging Inmy icebox he said later when that little boy finally came in and opened the door What you doln in the Icebox Mr Frenz asked the boy Just cooling ofl Johnny replied Mr Frenz Chee whizz said JohnpySt Louis PostDltlpatch r When you cannot sleep for cough- Ing it is hardly necessary that any oneshould tell you that you need a few doses ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep lOJslble It in good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m I heard a woman from New York remarking on the severe coldness ol New York women She said in Cen tral Park they drive alone in the most blase fashion she had ever seen talking simply bored to death and it was not considered the proper thing to peak to your best friend when peopleujust tide and tide all trig aft If they had rather to anything else in the world looking ttraiuht ahepd no bows or smith for anyl o ly- a dismal airing Sometimes fro or three ladles would occupy one smell turnout but mot often there I would sit a solitary woman with ro companions save abul1 pup or two bull pups It showed the irony of inetheir splendor driver by when ro many walking hunduds were loagI Ing to get only one ride in one oi those carriages Ex I IItthousand things by It are done better than most things doone We refer to Rocky Mountain Tea I made by Midison Medicine Co 35 Ask your druggist m f l d BONINE TRlAli j Remarkable Murder Mystery That Startle Washing 4 Iton LastrMay 1Theories stances of Peculiar I Traged- yGREWSOME j EXHIBIT Washington Nov a6 The trial of Lola Ida Bonine on thecharge killing James Seymour Aytes JrIt May is now fairly launched1 The preliminary presentation of the case on behalf of the Government was made by Assistant District Attorney Hugh T Taggatt and after be had concluded number of witnesses were beard Mr Taggarta statement eon sumed only about an hour and fifteen minutes and consisted for the mat part of a review of the circumstances connected way the tragedy Mr Taggatt stated the theory of the pros ecution to be that Ayres was murdered b Mrs Bonine and that she gained ammission to his room in the Ken more Hotel through the window reaching it by means ot the fire es cape He attempted to show that she was piqued by his nocittention to herMrs Bonine apparently was unmoved by his representations Once twice during the address she lean over and spoke to her attorneys- In his address Mr Taggart contend ed that the killing oi Ayres bad ben felonious and malicious and therefore was to be characterized as murder as charged in the indictment There a tie between the prisoner and dead tuna in the fact that Ayres a student ot dentistry and she studied medicine As a consequence she became a visitor to his room in the hotel where they both lived not only In the daytime but at night as well and he added the dour was not always upen when she was theret He told rf the quarrels between them saying that Ayres ceased to speak to her and that she complained of his ingratitude We expect to show he said that while she made advances to him Ayres did not avail himself of the opportunity thus offer ed beyond dancing with her galii He had danced with her on the night belore the tragedy but had shown that be was averse to a renewal of the former familiar intercourse- As an instance of his Attitude to ward Mrs Bonine Mr Taggart said that Ayres had refused to accept a carnation from her on the Monday before the killing It was therefore evident raid the attorney that while he was indifferent there was a disposition on her part to modify him A CRKWSOMU SPECTACLE District Attorney Gould Is prepared to present to the jury in the Bonine case the most grewjome exhibits which have ever been arranged for a jury in this city The first is a tune nlkin such as is used in medical shcols on the instruction ot students The flesh is turned back from the breast and stomach exposing the heart lungs and other internal or gnus all colored to represent the liv- Ing lo ly The second is a lifesized paper machine figure of young Ayres in all the strength of his manhood the figure bears the wounds inflicted during the fatal struggle The holes gating through the paint ed sides to tinted as to resemble hu man flesh is a grewsome sight It is i placed on a bier covered with a white sheet and while in full view of the jury will be at all times in front of the little woman charged with the murder of Ayres The measurements and proportions oi the offigy were taken from the corpse of youpg Ay res The head is perfectly formed The every mark stain bruise and pe culiarity found Upon the original is reproduced and to all appearances it is a real corpse Three great bullet holes gape from the body and limbs The clotted blood which drained out ol the wounds brings the tragedy in all its horrors The limbs ol the body are wind like those of a skeleton eo that it can be made to act and assume any tojitlon roislble in a human ing beI The witnesses thus far introdncted have rot been important their teatiI molly relating principally to circumstances attending the tragedy PARTIES TO TUB TRAGEDY I No witness exlbts to the kiliingbut this Mrs B nine who is a rather sharp possibly hardfeatured slender IwomlI of thin lips tightened chin cheeks giving a longish concavity to her ace which Is set oil in a dress made perhaps by her own hands in the jail where she bad ben fur five months She bilongs to the floating population of women seeking Got err mint clerkships since the day of old Treasurer Spinner who was the son ot a Roman Catholic priest tf from Baden the v nntry of Carl Shuiz Spinner Introduced one of the most iromentous changes in pollt al Civil Service the employment of women in the United States departments Mrs Bonine was one of the large series of Southern women who wanted one of the clerkships under the census of 189 Mr Potter in the census of 1883 giving much room to Southern woman Mrs Bonine got in the vicinity of the Census Office Ayres was employed there He was a ropy ol the average boy who gets a government job while studying at some of the many professional schools in this city His purpose was dents try and he was nearly ready for bus- Iness when Mrs Bonine killed him she fays becaues having gone to his room between midnight and morning In the partial dress of one wha did not mind reflections be drew a pistol up on her to force her into his bed She caught at the pistol she says and it went oil and she found she had killed him Then she got out on the fire escape which comes to his window outside of the front of the house a series of Iron ladders She waited until be was quite dead say 10 or 15 minutes Then she made that almost perilous descent holding up her skirts and holding to the slim open handrail and in her stocking feet and she went into the open parlor window on the second floor washed her bit ojy hands and dress and went to bed and for five days she dtclared that she knew nothing oi the crime Then In the jury anteroom between a gallant detectives solicitations and the imminent hezird ol a crossexam ination within a moment she told her own tale and by telling it staved off till now any test of it The jury was discharged It was regarded as a trlump for the police officer The jury protested but the DUtrict At torney stopped at that ethical time any test of Mrs Bonines statement T1IREB THEORIES Three theories ol the tragedy are rife First the prisoners that abe killed Ayres for her honor after going to his room half dressed The second theory is that of mojt Washington women and especially of the female clerks of the Government that Mrs Bonine had a rival found her in Ayres room and shot him in jealousy This story leaves no room for her vindication ol honor Ayers was to have left that hotel next morn ing early for good upon the ground that he bad an enemy there who had written an anonymous letter to the Congressman from Michigan who had appointed Ayres especially after Ayres had taken the Congressmans respectable daughter to a ball Ayres had without naming her said with violent anger that he had an enemy a woman in that hotel and he relasi ed to speak to Mrs Bonine for someI time before preparing to go away A woman of the clerical occupation heard the murder done through aIthin partition Her description olllI was vivid and orIginala series ot shots a strangling of the articulation THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of ThemaetvesI No Noxious Doses No Weakening the Nerves A Pleasant and Post tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by pariodical or constant use ol intox icating liquors requires au antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss oftime from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faiths ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk ards into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II Children cure your fathers I This remedy is in tio sense a nostrum but is a for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can he given in u cup of tea or coflee with out the knowledge of the person tak tug it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless beeaIloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coflee or tea and believe today that dhcontinned drinking of their own tree will Do not watt Do not be deluded by ap parent and le ding improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure ia sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ot everybody a treat meat mote effectual than others costing 36 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by physicians when ret quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles Company 233 and Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confids entlal If tl dlstresalvomiting No clew would have been to any woman in the case but that two wit nooses outside of the house were horrified to see a woman decetidlng the fire escape Their testimony forced Mrs Bonine to confession in which she stigmatized the dead boy as drinking hard and attempting vio fence toward her The third theory is that the prose cution is proceeding upon that a wo man killed Ayres because he bad dropped her acquaintance It was a murder for injured Bellesteem She was a sort of a half pay boarder tco poor to pay for three or four eking out her board by being society chape rone Ayres leaving the house proba bly reduced her value as one who could keep it full He Itlt unques tionably on her account His hunk was packed and he said good by to the men boarders and would be ail before breakfast a period of only five hours in those long days Some one waited until all was still Some one killed him in such away that he could never peak or hardly shtick Brings attractiveness to HstlesF unlovable girls making them handsome marriageable women Thats whet Rocky Mountain Tea will do 35C Ask your druggist m JUDGE CLIFTON J PRATT Wins the Attorney Generalship In the Court of AppealsA Just Decision The outcome of the case of Pratt vs Brecklnridge demonstrates the political acumen of Judge Pratt When be was engaged In the contest two years ago he told all of the other con testees that they were being robbed under the forms ol law but that they were helpless Pryor and Ellis re signed from the board of commission ers because they would net do the bidding of the gang ot robbers and two new members were appointed who would do the dirty work of that time Pratt knew they had no chance before the board Judge Cantrlll was on the circuit bench in Franklin county and he knew there was no chance there Hazlerlgg was on the appellate bench and be knew there was no chance there All oi the contestees agreed with him thus far but they were ad vised that there Will a federal question involved and that theTJaltcV States courts would give him justice Here they disagreed Judge Pratt held that no federal question could be made out of it and governed himself according ly He took no appeal from the de cision of the Franklin circuit court although be protected himself by giving notice The next election brougt change in the political complexion of the court and be was vindicated both in his foresight and his know edge and skill in the law There was no way In which the governshlp could have been saved but all the other offices could have been filled for at least a part of the term by the men who were elected to fill them if Pratts advice bad been taken And all of the trouble and disgrace that has fallen on Kentucky would have been avoided If Pratt had been nominated for Governor as he should have been by the Republican State convention in 1899 He hone of the abler lawyers in the State and there Senator Restored to Health Peruna as a Nerve and Catarrh Tonic the Talk of the World l lion W V Balllvan T B Senator from illululppl Hon W V Sullivan United States Senator from Mississippi in a letter recently written to pro Hartman from Oxford Mlles says tbo following of Pa runs as a catarrh remedy t For some tlmo I have been a sufferer from catarrh In its most Incipient stage so much so that I became alarmed as to my general healthBut hearing of Parana as a good remedy gave it a fair trial and soon began to Improve Its effects woro dis tinctly beneficial removing tho annoy ing symptoms and was particularly good ala tonic I take pleasure In recommendin- gyonrgreatnatfonaleatarrhcorePerna- u the beat Ihave ever tried Miss Irene Cooper Assistant Superin tendent o tho Old Peoples Home Chi CIO nil also has agood word to say for Fernna In a letter written from 8983 Prairie avenue Chicago Ills she gives in the following words her oxperl cube with the national catarrh remedy Peruna is no shrewder politician or fairer fighter than he He will not sink into oblivion when be ends his term as Attorney General As to Brecklnridge there will be small sympathy for him His own party will not shed many tears over his ousting He was not the choice of the gang for the nomination but it was feared that he could handle the element that would lead to defeat and he practically threatened to do it if the nomination werenot given him He is an incapable of the first water and weak as many of the occupants ot his office have been he is no improvement on the weakest His threat to run for Governor will not alarm even Henry Waitcrson Ow ensboro Inquirer II Minutes Of teachers association of Sulphur Magisterial district held at Narrows November 16 1901 The Association was called to order by Vice Preilreut Wm Park J A Sanbacb was elect ed chairman and A M Acton secreta earuestIteachersHow an interest in history was presented by Ion Barrett He fa vors storytelling oi great men and their achievements and if the pupils are not then interested change the plan ol recitation He was followed by Mr Park who favors the change of In theso days of allkindscf medicine It Is a comfort to know of a remedy which may bo tiscH with unquestioned beneficial results Igladly recommend Poruna as a safo reliable remedy in cases of catarrh of the stomach helpful in building up tho systemworn ant with overwork or ago Several of my friends who bays used Peruna haro spoken of it in the highest terms and I congratulate you on ita merltaMrsWIdriesom Henry Ellis Co ToxaswrltcaI faithfully over two rnonthi and the result la a thoroughly renovated system and a strong feeling to say nothing ota Curl of the chronic catarrh Therefore Ishall avail myself of every to of Pcruaa as a catarrh cureMMr Harry MStevengfMldland Beach L I New York proprietor of The Richmond Hotel says of Perma t It gives me pleasure to testify to the valuo of Pornaa IhliTO used It for years and havo found it to bo a most excellent family remedy For colds catarrh andtsimilar ills it is unsurpassed dlally and gratefully j H Ml Stevens Catarrh Is a systemic disease curable only by systemic treatment A remedy thatcures litarrh must aim directly at tho depressed nerve centers This 1st whatPorunadooi PerunaltnrnedUtely Invigorates tho nervecenters which give vitality to tho mucous membranes Then catarrh disappears Then catarrh Is permanently cured Peruna cures catarrh wherever 10 sated Pcrnna is not a guess nor an ex perimentit la an absolute scientific certainty Poruna has no substitutes ino rivals Insist upon having Poruna A free book written by Dr Hartman on the subject of ca tarrh In Its different phases and stages will be sent by ThePerusa Medicine Company Columbus Ohio upon request plan of recitation from his to five times a weektiIn the absense of D P Mbsely the subject of Physical geography was as signed to Jesse Black He had no class and preferred hearing from the chairman who gave an Interesting talkA recitation was then delivered by Miss Lisle Hunt Recess Alter recess the tardy pupil was presented by Mr Park He favors the assigning of extra work tobe performed next day He was followed by H C Truman Noon A recitation by little BHoRenfrow was first In the absence otvMiss Le na Miller the subject of physiology was disposed ot by general discussion s Object lesson was discussed by A M Acton J C Mitchell jDr Godsey and others The advantages of literary socltiea were discussed by Messrs Black Park Sanbach and Truman Recess How to make the school rcom at tractive was discussed by Park Petty andothers Relation oi history civics and ge ography was next discussed by the I chairmanMapdrawing by the chairman The association voted to meet at Sulphur Springs December 14 1901 A MAcTOs SecyI OASTORJABean theletlilsd Yon Hi eFhaR IlotoRld Blgutin of ems DO YOU WANT MACHINERY j 1 For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps j GUARANTEED afiJ THE BEST Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Call on 0aMsHeaary Mfg Mah CofMcHenr Ky I r = Hartford Republican IlIlIId Fridaga bi IA Hartford d oIporald Wend atHarUoid pOstffj us8condc1asamall math r CIncoh nlrIROUIIUiIdJlorPRIDAY OUR MAN FOR CONGRESSI The race for Congress in this district l next reminds the public that ritnigh a candidate for this office on the c Democratic side of the huuse sayio Wednesdays Herald From a better known perhaps to the editor he failed to suggest a suitable candi date from this county for that high poaition Since the Herald has been 5kindthis countys time for Congress and failed to offer its candidate we pre Burae the Detection of the man has been left for us therefore we shall proceed straightforward to the work making the patience and indulgenct of our readers while we forth 1 the cause of our man for thl cIncounty to fill a seat in Congress tbee Democratic party ought to take into t itconsideration first of all service to party without repect to qualifica to fidoneto the right honorable George Heberb Matthews of the Herald Mr thews is thoroughly unfit for the place but rendered his party most excellent in the recent election notII totakingabominable records of the men on theh Democratic ticket and without parre piedhis mark Ininlegislating on the halfpint crop his knowledge and experience of its indispensibility would prove most thvaluableintellectual giant capable of fighting ty edorabonwith the beet Congressional athletes He could skin a cat about as quick chasskU fully We are for Mr Matthews for Congress and think his otberself Mr A G Benton ought to be made U 8 Senator from Kentucky WeleI shall do all in our power to secure this won ofnominotionthe Democracy of the 4th district the thquitedance to the tune of our very deserv ing conlemporarH NEEDED REFORM ism The conduct of the recent election or rather the manner in which it was ca conducted clearly demonstrates the HJ fact that nonpartiiau legislation is very badly needed to govern Kenin tucky electors In every State in the the Union in most every county and mu thnicipalsurprising quantity The recent P election in Ohio county was the most corrupt affair that ever occurred in the countys history From the 4th of March to the Jth of November the ly Democratic candidates und their henchmen boasted that thev could the buy this couuty offices On November 5 the most desperate tflort ever made by desperate men was vigor outly prosecuted throughout the day in every precinct in the cunty and when the returns werecaet up a most remarkable aspect was presented A majority of 375 had been changed practically to a minority P The cause was known to all It er was money and whisky These two re enticers of men played havoc with te the unprincipled and unscrupulous 1 citizenry of Ohio county Demo cratic heelers bidders for votes were at the polls everywhere with an un limited amount of moneyand whisky toofrom evidences dicccru able Miraculous was the change in the heavy Republican irecinctewhere- anDemocratic bof die was strewn like fallen leaves in autumn Men who bad long espoused the cause of Re put publican ism were made emissaries of the Democratic corruptioniats through and the mighty enticing influences of thoI mighty dollars rolled into their flanks Men who had been and thin ordinary times are yet honorable to citizens we arc informed sold out sole body and breeches to the cor ruptionists and were herded in the woods with the wild beasts of the forests others who were less timid and who doubtless got handsome sums of this worlds goods for their of service were drafted into service and ty fought all day lung in the camp of the enemycriThe more bolden and brazen of thobr Democratic heelers fearing nothing thYour haIsorder Ayers Pills will cleana c your tongue cure your If paEasy2Sc All dritggitgu easI1 BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wlere why Mer e cw TtMa P HMiat0 C M caring not a straw for themselves nor the law i red by the spirit of the times and the passion that ceized them made men of fair standing beastly drunk and right at tbe polit eaf doors ofjustice right at the door of tho court house in Hartford right in this immediate vicinity of boasted intelligence drove a wagon rolled the fallen victim a miserable spectacle same and under whipand spur drove him to the dump pile in I lugubrious forest robbing him of a- ight handed down through years of- easeless toil and from many blood battlefields This was only ne case that came within personal knowledge These monstrous offenses must in a large measure cease to ist else the power to govern by fi will Americans is destroyed and I h final downfall of the republic will f low as hat been the case in eve government controled by such helL methodsThe restricting election frau at present is wholly inadequate as been tried abundantly and h grow from bad to wore TheI money sharks are not afraid of the aw that fact was clearly demonstratj ci in Ohio county rece It is gravely at fault and he more a bad thing is used the worse becomes Lets start a reform Every man who sells his vote ought be disfranchised and imprisoned for ve years The law ought to so readr nd this thing of vote selling would elong to another century The man who sells his vote is a dangerous citi zen and is unfit to participate in choos g the countrys rulers He ought be disfranchised and eliminated om politics His influence is odious a personality vicious his presence pulsive his deportment always BUS cious What wo need is less selling ess buying lets corruption and mo re- telligent votingp jfThee leadership of the Republican in Ohio county ought to be chant i that the present leaders are iucap t le of the faith that the recent election shows the handiwork of their in capability and so on This is th 0aaracter of argument we have ha from the Herald for two years with variety at times merging into epistles Iidanonymous and mysterious Tbeaaders of the Republican party have the ill will of the Heraldbecaue their bard and persistent fight for A freedom of the ballot box against e robbery of the Democratic officers trust at Frankfort which the in erald SD royally accepted The organ for tbe Ohio county Republican has incurred the malice and ill will of the Herald scribe merely be old use it would not cater to the de ands of this intelectual dwarf The recent election demonstrated one way only the incapability of Republican leaders that was to ers raise as large a corruption fundhe Democratic boodiers thublicanyear upon the very highest plains iiLan candidates went before the people with their case daring their cowardb opponents to meet them stump they presented their case in spirit of hightoned gentlemen IandBut whilst this was the course pur sued by tbe Republican party its yiccapital it combine with their home of surplus to buy out the county offices they were riding under the cover of darkness for the weak and Jorthythmotegirablind pig The Democratic part 7th made its fight strictly on money and juTheycharacters to ride daily they hesitat jn stiogRepublican was their prey money d wine made him foam and bristle enlisted him into the regular army the him into the field to sow damnation it to the souls of men with money whisky with topline and rule as an excuser This conduct was a vindication luebuy the county offices The Republicans made no such age campaign Their candidates were sion honorable gentleman could not and would not condescend to the dirt committed by the Democratic candidates and their henchmen lu view the conduct of the Democratic parWI in the recent election and with a personal knowledge of enorraouse imes committed the Heralds p azen scribe screws up courage to at tribute the defeat of Rogers and Heavrin to inability as leaders when ey both have more scrvicable prac gialminute than A G Benton ever sadIts the cry of a political lunatic for in another mans and Prtherty under its present regime is badI tbe Republican party under tbe idance of its present leaders can be ily beaten by the Democratic party should a Democrat desire nay change made The thrusts made by Mrs r the author oflA G Benton are false and could not bo otherwise originating in the heart of an ottassin of character The Republican party is in better condition today than ever before needs no change of leaders its batth must be fought along the same lines for the same principles and for t same cause The Bellweathers the Democratic party have tone beIbusted and defeated We will not have another Twenty thoutand dol lar corruption fund to fight in many years perhaps never A FRENCH physician Dr Pbillipe Marechole of Paris proposes a re wantsIXereemeaner a woman years eTbIS reo oughtrYhThe idea that old maids alone be al enterItbe present generation f tbisethat across the wi 1ittcrs The American girls would do him to quick were he to bring his re form into this country ATIGRNEY GENERAL PRATT is the logical candidate for Governor in 1003 We thought he made a mis take early in the contest in not stand jog by hU collegues but he knew about the temperament of the Democratic Court of Appeals We labored under the idea that the court wouldsteer clear of politics but it did not and Pratt must have known it We have since learned that th Democratic courts pull off the mal when an office is in sight They go Upon the idea that anything is rigb that helps the Democrats court or no court WE have fought the battles of the arty for over two years At every tbe enemy said fight we bay e- ccoinodated him Most of the time aggressonorour way Our contemporary Mr Mathews was wont to vent his spleen against a former member ot this ed itorial staff and was cought in the ct He assaulted half pint and oolyais a iot might think this argument but gentleman never will THE little republic of Columbia Stis having troubles of her owd Her folks have been waring tor tbe past year and the other day engaged a great battle in which it is said 150 men were killed and wounded Somebody ought to put a stop to thisI Uncle Sam ia a very humanitarian gentleman we therefore appoint and set apart for him this field o humanitarianism THE Hopkins County Union MinI are determined to stay with their nts at Nortonville and Judge Hal- as an elephant in his hands Ing is very certain the miners are ot going to bo blufled It will reIquire more than wind to drive then om camp What will the next step e Judge Hall its up to you HENRY WATTERSON the Money Morals lecturer would make Kentucky an excellent Governor The greatest objection we find withI atterson in the Governors chair I stays sober too much That course wont do for a Kentucky Executive GERMANY is bristling up against ohn Bull like she would like to join e Boers in giving him a sound reshing This isnt necessary just ve the Boers a little more time and ey will do the work DEMOCRATIC journals ore wonder lly astonished at the decision of the ourt of Appeals in the PrattBreck ridge case They think it awfully range that men are again accorded stice in Kentucky YESTERDAY was Thanksgiving and famouso Jowl was made to realize very forcibly Their numbers were considerably thinned WHERE does the preacher get his inspiration who sells his vote for filthy cre In the dollar of course CONGRESS will have a penny post bill before it during its next sea f CONORESS will convene MondayD Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halts Catarrh Cure 1WeJCheney for the last 15 years andt believe him petlectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firmbWest sts Toledo O Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Whole IHallsnally acting directly upon the blood mucous surfaces oi the syatemDice 7sc per bottle Sold Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Womans Murderers Caught Columbia S C Nov 26 Prom he further reports received the killing of Rachel Powell reported last J r night was by a ganG of young men restdlgg in the wildest prt ol Oconee county 160 miles rent here Six men have been arrcsitu including four brothers named Hudson Wes ley Powell husband of the murdered thtmSeIThe cause of the attack isunknown sbefkilled instantly INn assault wa made on the husband The woman was over filly years old Republican Caucus Washington Nov 27The Reput lean members of the house of representatives will meet in caucus Salur day at 2 oclock for the purpose otI nominating house officers There it no cintest and Speaker Henderson I and the other elective officers will be reelected It is expected that there will be a sharp contest over rtaopt Ing the Reed trIes All the alterroin and evening If necessary will be giv ren to discussing the subjct The Democratic caucus will be held it oclock Saturday to nominate minority candidates arid also to name the few employes conceded to the ml qbrity in the house A No Pass Experiment All the railroads east of Chicago and north of the Ohio river to the At t Untie seaboard and all the steamship lines connected with them have entered into an ironclad compact to abolish all forms of free transporta tion on January I 1912 The resolution adopted by the Trunk Line As social on and the Cectral Passenger Association are radical No excep politiclanAkCongress It is to be a case of pay Itpay Pay for every person using these lines alter this year Presumably the officials of these roads mean busIness and their no pass experiment will be watched with deep interest tor the departure from the timehonored custom wil have to go through an experimental tige In order toprove that the railway officials can carry out to the let ter their present good intentions There is ro doubt that a rigidly en forced copass rule would be immense ly beneficial to the railway and steamship lines oi the country and it is not impossible to carry such a measure into eflcct but will it be done jItprove effective from the start am will remain so permanently but one cannot repress a feeling of doubt onI this point If the politicians demand passes and nothing else will satlstyI them the no pass rule is likely to be severely strained And once it IsI broken in a few instances it will notI a great while before the floodgates ot tree transportation are wide openI again Chicago Post fPder Miller committed suicide atI Omaha Neb and this Is the way heI it First he drew a large knife across his throat but a friend succeeded in getting the weapon away completelyaj bar and crushed his skull TbeI crushing process did not bring the de sired results and he endeavored to chop his life awaywth a hatchet This method also proved a failure and matters had begun to look a little serious for the sulcidcr when the rope route occurred to him Twas a happy thought He was found next morning tied to one endof the ropes the other end being to a furniture van This is rather dircouragirg to individuals who arc contemplating a ulclJeIRayner Refuses a Fee EaHlmore Md Nov 27 It was learned today that Mr Isldor Rayner chief counsel for Rear Admiral W S Scbley in the recent hearing before the court of inquiry had refused toj accept a fee for his services A mu tual friend of the admiral and MrI Rayner stated that the admiral recentC ly sent a valuable gold watch to Mrst Rayner and and a magnificent brooch of diamonds and pearls to Mrs Ray ncr EditorNo I dont want your trashy old poem PoetWell neednt get so uppish about it Youre not the only one that doesnt want ill Akron Ohio Democrat p t r Notice to Farmers To the farmers of Ohio countyI have the best seed cleaner ever in Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam lor 16 50 I own the county right or fifteen years Call on or address at Beaver Dam Kyth9i1t September 9 1901 A Boy Falls 120 Feet Louisville Ky Nov 26 Some eeks ago Tom Deeley aged eigh een and a number of companions climbed to the top ofa brick chimney 130 feet highland eight feet in dlame sr For the purpose ol hoisting Is rick to the top a wire rope had been strung and the boys began bantering one another to descend by this rope t was finally proposed that a 35 cent I- ucket of beer be given to the boy ho would slide down the rope and eeley set about winning the prize Grasping the wire rope lie swung out over the yawning shaft He was an athletic boy but the slippery surface defied his grip and at fearful speed began to descend He had not gone more than ten fret when the wire rope had burned and lacerated his iI i FoicwarnodForerned1 The liability to disease is greatly lessened when the blood is in good condition and the circulation healthy and vigorous Poe then nit refuse matter promptly carried out of the system otherwise it would rapidly occuJt1ulatcI fermentation would blood become polluted and the consti tutiort so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously- A healthy active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nerves As a blood purifier and tonic S S S has no equal It safest arid bestI remedy or old and children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively of roots and herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and- effectually cleanses the blood of fin SSS purities At the same time it builds up the weak and de bilitated and reno otes tire entire SStem It cares permanently all wan of blood and s Mr E B Kelljrof Urbana 0 wrileil I had Eoaenla on 111 banda ana faco for tiro Xt would break out In little white pustules cruata would form and drop oftleanne the skin red and Intiam ed The doctor did ma no Xtued aruba mocUoaodaoapa and aivo without benefit 8 8 ma and mr akin La M clear and smooth as any ones Mrs Siegfried of Cape IajN- I aara that twentyone bottle of B B 8eured her of Canner the breast Doo and friends thought her cue hope tata Yione B 0- a1fered10t wlt f1 Boll lwo bat tin of 8 IS u put hi blood In good con iiuz and the Boils dlaappearedo Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case Medical advice free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co ATLANTA GA hands and with a wild cry he loosen ed his hold and dropped ran feet Ilk p pMterr bra was crushed as between two stones showing the tearful force ot the concussion when the boy landed on his feet The fragments of bone were removed revealing the spinal cord The boy is now home horn the hospital and the physicians say be may in time be able to walk but he helplesseIRev Irl R Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that the Rev Irl R Hicks wax dead he never was in better health and never did a harder and more sue cessfnl years work than that jut closing He has just completed hi large and splendid Almanac for 1912 and with his staff of able helpers has brought his journal Word and Works ustly forward Into internatiunal rep Iutatlon For a quarter of a century Mr Hicks has grown in reputation and usefulness as the peoples astron lamer and forecaster ol storms an the character of coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts s sought after as now his timely warn ing of a serious drouth this year hav ling saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels ol wheat were harveted through his ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The American people will cer tainly stand bv Prof Hicks when it costs them so little and tne benefits are so great His fine Almanac ol 200 pages is only 2c and his splendid family journal is only one dollar a year including the Almanac Send Word and Works Pub Co 220 Locust St St Louis Mo CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ASignature of Dont Get Thin fat get nice and plump there Is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breath milt Fail is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky look out colds especially Scotts emulsion of codliver oil in he subtlest of help It is food the easiest food in the world it is more ford It helps you digest your food and get more nutriment from it Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman and child OAS XORABean theItsKlail You liars Alwars Bought Bijnattrtof d The Patriotic Boy lie was at school in Canada and it wos his first day in class The geography lesson was called and It was his turn to answer y Which ii the largest city in the world asked the teacher New York unhesitatingly came e answer I mean the largest city in the world said the teacher As promptly came the reply New York But expostulated the teacher- I did not say the largest city In the United States but the largest city In thewoild You surely know which the largest city In the world New York persisted the boy London has a larger populationa than New York said the Iffl do not have the correct answer thisbtime I shall have to punish youa Come nowM coaxlngly tell me the name of tbe largest city in the world New YorkaStay in during recess and write me fifty lines He wrote the fifty lines and everys es line read The biggest city in tht world Is New YorkNew YorkM Tribune 4 rcurA i SINGLE HANDED Daring Deed Is Performed by Sec ond Lieutenant Van Scuaick in Philippines Manila Nov 36 Second Lieuten ant Louis J Van Schalclt of the Fourth Infantry while counting with- a few men ol that regiment mtt ISO Insurgents who had attacked and tacked the hamlet ot Siarnct near Cavlte Upon seeing the Filipinos Van Schalclc ordered Iris men to charge them The command was obeyed and Van Schnlck being mounted reached the insurgents sixty jnrds In advance ol his men He killed three of Item with his revolver An Insurgent fired his rifle point blank at Van Schalck at four paces but missed Lieutenant Van Schick was then knocked Iroin his horse He lumped to his feet and engaged In a hand tr hand cor diet with the enemy using the butt 01 his revolver lie sustained two severe wounds one of which nearly severed his wrist At this point the lieutenants men arrived rescued him and put the Insurgents to flight Van Schalck is in the mil amy hospital at Manila arid is doing welt He has already been recommended for a meal of horor or bravery in a previous encasement General hughes commander ol the deparment of the Viscayas report that negotiations are about completed for the surrender ol the Insurgent adrr Samson on Bolol Islam This surrender will dtubtlesa end the revolt against the American authori ties In Bohol an Sampson is acknowl edged to be the best Insurgent leader there e Murder and Suicide Terrell Tex Nov a6 At the small town of McCoy Tex J A Heartt a bachelor thot and killed his orother tn day Three children of the dead rrai were near the house and the murderer attempted to sLot them but they sought refuge la the house of a neighbor and fustratcfl him Hearst then turned the revolver on himself and blew his brain out Politics Cause Shooting Madlsonvillc Ky Nov 25 In a quarrl in the street today William Bradley a brother of Representitlve elect Bradley was shit twice by J W Hancock lie is expected to recover Lonnle Tucker 7 years oldand Frank Merriweather a young negro were hit by stray shots but were not se riously hurt The men quarreled weeks ago ovei politics which made them bitter toward each other A Good Hearted Manor In other word men with good sound hearts arc not very numerous The increasing number of sudden deaths born heart disease daily chronicled by the press is proof of the alarm ing preva lence of thi- sdangerous complaint and as no one can foretell just when a fatalcollapse J A Kretmor neglecting very risky matter If you are short of breath have pain in left side smothering spells pal pitation unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin taking Mies Heart Cure lAKreimer ot Arktnui City Kant says Mr heart was so It was Im possible forme to lie down and I could neither steep nor rest Mr decline was rapid and I realized I must cet el OU 1 was advised to Dr Mute candldlrbelieve Dr MlUa Remedies are sold by all druggIst on guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through our kldnvI once every thrl1 ter out the waste Impurities tire blood they are sick out of order they fall to do their work- Pains and rheu come from cess of acid the blood due neglected kidney Kidney trouble causes unsteady thougheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned through veins and arteries- It used be considered that urinary kidneysbut beginingyou are sick you can make no mistake y first doctoring your kidneys The mild nd the extraordinary of Dr Kilmers Swamp the great kidney remedy soon realized the highest for its- ondenfulcurea of the most distressing cases nd Is sold on Its merits flf1Y1centmay a yourblood or In If or aches matlsm ex uric In to trouble quick or blood to only If effect Is It stands a1IooLfreeIf you have kidney or bladder trouble ention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamfon N Y f t f r f1 I ECONOMY ECHOES IJC- jL V 4 CLOTIIING The Latest and Most Durable at Popu fc- relarPrices Wo luivo tho most complete lino of Clothing over brought to Hartford rlhero is T 44 Economy in every Suit Try ono and bo con 77 vinccd A id lino of Childrens Suilsin li jLIT a J Echeap you cant afFord to go cold FLANNELSQualities and Colors FlnnnolsIistock of imported French 4sfplenditl fancy stripe and in colors beautiful T ly contrasted including Pink Blue Red aiidIin combination with White and 1 tHolintropo tho fabric in demand for Waists tI1imonas Houso Gowns and CliildiiDrces Xlhero is Economy in them nt 25o to 50c per Ii BLANKETSComforts and Bedspreads in Endless c Varieties All kinds of Bed Coverings are 44 cheaper hero than elsewhere and tho ofFerings + Iickare aro st 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A B Stanley Wyaoz called r to seems Wednesday Mesrs J L and H B Ashby Llv ermore were In town Monday Mr C T Edwards Horton wade I us a pleasant call Wednesday C It Marlin Jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store Mr H E Kelley Htwesvllle was In attendance at court this week L Hlcko11rynnt sMr McLean Taylor Morgantown was In attendance at court yesterday Mr Roily Riley has been confined to his room with throat trouble the prst week Mr J A Thomas who has been confined to his bed for oeveal days Is still very sick Aunt Lillie Collins a respected old colored woman of Haytl died Tuesday night Coughs j U M wife had a deep seated coulh- fer three yean I purchased two fcotUcs of mr sire and It cured her com pletelyJ H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that relieve r littlen ughs all coughs except deep ones I The medicine that has oftyears is Ayers Cherry Pectoral nmalwt25cSktt AUn8bb- Coalall JOGt dater Ittoon take U io lIot 10orethen dont loll It U kbws- lAMnlt was him Ws a wilting JeATJIB COLowstl KN 1 r rid o 4ati Mr Marvin Miller Louisville vii ited friends and relatives in and near town this week Esq WxP Render Mantanrts made Tim REPUBLICAN a very pleas ant call Monday John M ShnlU has bought R B Martins larm near Cromwell Con slderation 80000 Poor SALEA fine thoroughbred Jersey cow and calf Apply to Jo B Rogers Eeaver Dam Mr and Mrs A B Riley Livermore apent Ttnnksjlvlng with Mr and Mra John C Riley Our old friend and classmate Pro I S G Druehel Fordsvllle made us a very pleasant visit Saturday Leave your laundry at Frat National Bank Hartlord Ky for Wallace Ri ley agent for Richmond Steam Lann dry Mr Leman Taylor of Weiterfield was adjudged a lunatic in Circuit Court Wednesday and sent to the say lum at Hopklnsville Mra P V Peyton who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A C Ellis of near town returned to her home in Denver Col this week Schrceter the photographer is still at the Harttord wharf with his float log studio but will leave the first ol February Go to him for firet class work Mlle Bessie and Cecil Williams left Tuesday for Crowley La to join their mother who has made that point her home Our best wishes go with them Mrs Tine Embrey died at her home near Select Saturday and was burled f at the Smith graveyard near that- place Monday She was a daughter ot Mr Abe Kahn deceased and a sitter ol Ike Kahn Louisville and Joe RahnCromwell Mr W D Coleman died Monday evening at his residence in Rockport of old age He had reached the four aore mark sand had been a very ac tive and useful man Long years ago he finred In county politics was t candidate for Representative at dif erent times and was elected to that office In 1883 His remains were bur led at Rocbport Tuesday by the Ma alone order iMr Charlie McKinley diet at Render last Friday under very peculiar circumstances Monday night previous he and some other parties had been engaged In beer drinking and taking in things generally They quarrelled and fought and McKinley received interval injuries that provtd fatal He leaves a wife and four small children Jit was a very sad aOair and ought to be carefully kide4t I tl a Aching JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body aro Joints that arc inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affect tho muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition is commonly worse In wet weatherIt been a lone time since we hav been without Hoods Sarsnparllla My father thinks he could not do without It lie has been troubled with rheumatism since be was a boy and toads Sarsapa rllla is the only medicine he can takeiUiat will enable him to tako his place In tbo Held Miss ADA Dorr Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatismno dutward application can Take them GUNS GUNS If it is Guns you want dont fail to see Carson Bros stocvk of Shot Guns Rifles and Tar got Guns Ammunition c Mr D F Gibbs Rockport called to see u Tuesday Mr C M Cole Dundee was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr WP Midkiff Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller yesterday Messrs A S Bennett Bnford and W A Carson Beds made Tug RE PUBLICAN a pleasant cull Tuesday TAKEN UP AS EsTRAvOne blackI horse white in face both hind feet white four years old Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges B M FAUGIIT 192t McIIcnrv Ky List ofletters remaining in the post office since last re rot Mr Joe Rowe Mr John McMurry Mr N L Wood Mrs Mant Barter Miss Annie Haden Miss Atta Daugherty Mr James Piles Miss Rosa Parks Mrs Annie Carpenter and Prof W Co Helfrick Mr William M Chamberlin of the No Creek neighborhood and Miss Savllla Shown ol the Kinderbook neighborhood were married yesterday evening at the residence ol RevI Waldrlp on No Creek These are both popular young people and stand high in their respective communi ties They have our best wishes Miss Ella Louise Hendrie and Mr B H Robertson both of Rockport were married at the Baptist church In that city Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Rev F P Jones officiating Miss Hendrie is one ot Rockporta winsome young ladles very popular in social circles She is a nice qJ Mr D F Gibbs Mr Robertson la en gaged in the lumber business a very lucrative and profitable profession He Is a most excellent young man eminently qualified are both to sail the stormy sea of life Our best wishes are theirsIS S Goes Way Back and Sits DownI Marshal James has taken n back seat in the Federal Court at Owens boro says the Inquirer He is ltillI the marshal and draws the salary but his duties have been absorted by the big negro who was appointed by Judge Rvans as crier and messenger of the court In a way that Is funny to those who understand the situation though tt is by no means no t tbImarshal himself When court meets in the morning Judge Evans says Mr Marshal open the court Of Before the tuHi lml can make a move the big negroI Repairing Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did youI Well its a good sign forI Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well made and all of the old ones arc racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma terialsare used in the patching and the patches dont show through the new glow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourself you and the bottle Tbls picture represents the Trsde Mark of Scott Emulsion and Ison the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample J SCOTT fc BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and tl all druggists r 11 whose name Is Willis Kean bounces up and repeats the necessary formula The same thing occurs when dour t adjourns and at many other points the crier usurps this marshals duties Kean is said to be a preacher without a pulpit If this is true and he is able to boss a congregation like he rice his covet he ought to make a great success in his line The marshal does hepresumes that Judge Evans knows his business but his friends make his life miserable by asking him all sorts of questions as to whether he or the negro is the marshal IF Court Notes The Circuit Court has been clearing up an over burdened docket Many old cases which have been on the docket for years have been dismissed as settled or stricken off the docket The diverse mill has been grinding Iwa1alld In the actions of Mary vs Wm Wells J W Bradley Harriet Bradley J P King vs Minnie King and Lizzie Austin vs Leman Austin the chancellor handed down decrees of divorce W P Long vs W M Holt c Judgement for plaintiff A C Becker vs J W Hale judge ment for plaintiff J P Stevens vs I C R R Jndg ment forS5 oo S J Hbssey vTM lInow on trialGrand jury adjourned yesterday and court will adjourn today Visiting attorneys S P Ruby Fords vllle and C W Massie Ow ensboro Sheriffs T Stevens and Mr G W White were admitted to practice law at this bar Marriages- Mr Murray A Hudson to Miss UfI fie JonesMr A White to Miss Nany BrayMr Noah A Sbroader to Miss Ar manda Zegler Mr Joe Elder to Miss Nora South ard Mr Bert H Robertson to Miss Ella Louise Hendrie Mr Robert T Martin to Miss Sallie May Bullock Mr Fred Martin to Miss Alice SmithMr Jasper N Embry to Mrs Annie EmbryMr W M Cbamberlln to Miss Savill Shown RED PRECIPITATE Taken by Garfield Woosley a Prisoner in Jail at Owensboro Preferred Death to an Eight Months Wait in JailIfor Trial Garfield Woosley a prisoner in the county jail awaiting trial at the May term ol the federal court for perjury attempted suicide Tuesday night by taking red precipitate Woosley was indicted at a former term ol the court lor false swearing InI connection with a whisky case andI has been in jail every since At the recent term of the court he asked forI a continuance because his witnesses bad not been summoned at the ex pease ct the government and his request was granted Ills bail was fixedat 1000 which he could not give and he wanted the court to set the order aside and try him but the motion was refused He did not ilke the idea ol staying in jail until May and decided to kill himself His wife furnished the poison and he took it One of the prisoners gave the alarm and three physicians were summoned They gave him the proper antldctes and saved his life A Grayson county man said that Woosleys wife declared that she would rather be the widow ol a Gray son county man than the wife ol a convict and that that was the reason she furnished him with the means of destruction Owensboro Inquirer- N IF C Rathbun a Bigamist Louisville Ky Nov 26If Mrs Stanley Mntr Talbett who lives with her mother In Jcffereonvllle Ind Is aqiialnted with the man she married in leflersonvllle Saturday night September 8 1900 that individual III Newell C Rathbun now in jail on the charge of having poisoned Charles Goodman Mrs Talbert visited Rathbun thisI evening When the prisoner was seen by the woman she said You are Edward Talbert my husband Rathbun steadily gazed at the wooI wan and then replied- I am not Edward Talbert so I can not be your husband Mrs Talbert was asked Are yonI positive that the ptisoncr is your hue bindAbsolutely waa the answer- I talked with him and I know he is the man who married me and a week later deserted me The last II heard from him was when he was in Manila The letter was witten March 6 It is said the writing in the letters Mrs Talbett baa resembles Rath runs handwriting in some respects Rathbun has a wife in Little Rock rksnsss No Reply From Brigands London Nov25tllIJr Dickinson has receceived no reply from the brig ands to his ultimatum a dls mtch from Sofia to the Dally Tele raph The brigands threaten t- till Miss Stone unless the full ran om is paid by January i ry KENTUl KYS RESOURCES Movement for a Display of Them at the St Louis Ex position hastgreat results may come to Maysvlll and the State at large It Is proposed to have Senator Wit lIam H Coz lather a billand he has It under wayand push its passage at the forthcoming session of the Legis lature the expressions of which shall pledge a certain sum of money with which to make a creditable exhibit during the Lonlsaca Purchase Expo slllon In St Louis in 1903 Heretofore there have been approp nations for such purposes but so meager in sum as to preclude the pos Blbllity of advertising the States reo sources and properly presenting to the world the Inexhaustible fields of minerals the vast area of territory the almost limitless supply of timber and the geographical situation which K possessesIt those having the bill in hand to to frame it as to make the good result to the State the first consideration The matter of management will not be given to those seeking fat salaries with no desire or ability to do the work which will be necessary Men of the bestbuslnessqnaliCratlonsmen above party baseness men wise in planning and sound in execution will 3e selected and upon only a comforts ble annuity while the preliminary are rangements are being carried out It is only eighteen months until the day of opening the Exposition which horn every standpoint will eclipse any ever held The Legislature sits in Januaryand any move towards passing such a bill must be done at this session The newspapers of the state are its pulse and if they will they can boom this measure and accomplish more than all other forces combined As the finger of the skilled physician gently lies upon the patients pulse In order to learn of his condition so the pen of the deft Editors is urged to take the pulse of the public and after testing it give expression that this move may bepushed on to complete success Maysvllle Public Ledger If Program- Of the Sulphur Sp ings Magisterial District to be held at Sulphur Springs Dec 14 1901 930 VelcomeaddressMaltieBee- nResponseJ E Mitchell Object of Meeting Clarence DeWeese Nature Study Ruth Sbultz The Contrary BoyA M Acton Recitation Ef fie Wlmgntt Recess Infinitives and ParticiplesD P Mosely Which should be taught first the State or National Constitution Ion Barrett and Moses Coppage School Govern ment Wm Park Recitation Wil bur Johnson Noon lijo History J E Mitchell Com pound Numbers Lena Miller Civ legI J Hoover Physical Geogra phyJ A Dufl Recess Recitation J E Mitchell District Libra General discussion Physiology Dr McDowell Experience meet- Ing Closing Hymn America WH PASt 1 T B MITCHELL Com MasKS COITAGB J Appraisement of McKinley Estate Canton 0 Nov 27The appraisers have filed their appraisement of the estate of the late President Mc Kinley The report shows that the deceased died possessed of personal goods and chattles to the value of 265589 securities bank deposits and life Insurance 133 10515 won ey 12915 Total personal estate 13689018 ol which 60132 19 was lie Insurance The real estate was not appraised as under the will It goes to Mrs McKinley for life and at her death to his family lit is believed to be worth from 60000 to 75 OQO Brother and Sister Wed Morgantown W Va Nov 26 In the court of Justice Hayes today Ann Webley an aged woman con eased that Minor Fields and Martha Webley who were recently married are both her children The confession was brought out in a proceeding Instituted by the State against Fields charging him with incestuous marital relations and was a dramatic ending to the trial With sobbing voice pits Webley told of the mystery surrounding the birth of Fields how she bad placed him with a poor farmer to be brought up in order to conceal her shame and then of the long courtship and marriage of the two children Some time after marriage some one who possessed the secret informed the Commonwealths Attorney who bad Fields arrested yesterday Fields is brokenhenfsJ over the revelation and Is iu joilt this place awaiting the aclioa of the grand jury but will likely tie H vnscd on bond tomorrow The courtship of the couple extended over a period of ten years and the marriage seemed to be a genuine love match Boy Kills an Assailant Owensboro Ky Nov a6News reaches here of a desperate cutting affray on Browns creek twenty miles from here Jim Gary who is said to have been in a hundred fights under took to whip a toy named Cash Wit ton Wilton did not resist until Gary had commenced on him when he threeotimes Two the were the aide and either would have been tlti sufficient to produce death Wilson has not been arrested Baby Burned to Death Onlngsville Ky Nov 26At Stepstone this county a baby son of Sam J Boyd a merchant was burned to death In a peculiar manner The child was in a rcom alone when the stove door fell off and the coal rolled out The baby crawled up to the coals and they set fire to its dress burning the child fatally before it could be rescued An ExLegislator Dead Beaver Dam Ky Nov 26Wrn Coleman died at the home oi a friend In Rockport this county last night He was a Confederate veteran and about thirty years ago represented this county in the Legislature He was eightyone years old Failure at Deaver Dam Beaver Dam Ky Nov 26W L Williams a groceryman of this place has made an assignment The as sets and liabilities have not yet been made known 200 Believed to be Lost Manila Nov 2yThe local steamer Alerta with 200 passengers includ ing some discharged American sot dlera from Olongapo Sublg Bay to Manila is believed to have been lost Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice the labelon your paper and if your timo has expired please send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a newspa per May we hear from you earroersRemember Faughts Cash FaughtHouse 221 Bolliver street T H FATJOHT Prop JJ iss Nratgatelrllall Music TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 WHATS IN A NAME Buttmi Plaster It Palat Muter theWestrency They were as stable as gold I their rearlhea synonym for honesty It was current all 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Word and Works justly forward into iaternalonnl reputation For a quarter of a century Mr Hicks has grown in reputation usefulness as the ptoptea astroc omer and forecaster ol storms an j the character of coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now his timely war 1iug of a serious drouth this year hav- Ing saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels ol wheat were harvested through his ad ice to plant crops that would mature arly The American people will cer- ainly stand by Piol lUcks when It osts them so little and tae benefits are so great His fine Almanac ol 200 pages is only 25c and his splen id family journal is only one dollar year including the Almanac Send o Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mot Dont Get Thin get fat get nice and plump there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breath mill Fall is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky look out colds especially Scotts emulsion oi codliver oil Is he subtlest of help It is food the easiest food in the world it is more han food it helps you digest your n- ood and get more nutriment from It Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman and child CAS XXftBeau Hate MnrsEonM of ttJOU1President Roosevelt is making friends every day The people are learning that he is just the kind ofan- sAmerican they like and the country Louisiana Mo News M PcrLIi43htBen tuB- Jgnstnro Itt euvdZ i SI feel as though uiy mind were beSleg dYouatroitCASTORIAFor he Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of yutfficeZUS I i i J 4- js WAITERS AND WAITERS I I The Aristocrat of the Geneva Club Speaks English French and German and Has Traveled There are no ttuswotthy statistic on the sujct but those people who think they know say that there arc a 0 liwer than fourteen thousand waiters in New York and that the number is certainly no less and pio ably wore This small army Include srrpresent lives from nearly every country and i as there are no rules and reguatlons regarding the age when man may ec ter as recruits and IB thee Is no age limit the ranks contain men nf nil ages from eighteen to sixtyfive The number of Americans is small the great majority of waiters being Grr mans natives ol countries wbere Get man is the popular language or of tbe British islands There is A large French clad Scandinavian contingent in the trailers army and besides these there is a large body of oeg OS There are more classes than nation alitles among the waiters of New York and the man who casts his lot with a certain class usually remains in it The luislorats ate the men who came from llurrpe as masters ol their business They usually beoig to a waiters organiztfoi likeithe Gtnev Club which has branches In all latg cities They must have served their time its assistants andat least thrte years as sub Walters beore they con d become members ol anyoh the first Ias waiters dab One of the re qui clients is that the men shall speak English German and French indo bekidrs knowing how to serve he must have some ktovledge ol cooking how to dress a salad and how to carve The waiter who pos sesses the qualities may aspire to the highest honors in his line of business and though his direct pay is not much more than that d his colleagues in the lower grade he holds himxell aloof and belongs to an exclusive class His pay amounts ti 25 or 30 a month but his ircome is usually four times as much The waiters of this class have traveled and those who consider themselves in the first rank have uorked at their business Inmost European capitals Someol the firstclass waiters wear closely cropp ed side whiskers but never a nuns tactic Just as soon as you see a man at Sour business raise a mutt tche said- a Fifth avenue waiter you can make up your mind that he is going to travel or get work in a downtown restau nut or cheap uptown club The waiter who travels in Europe does the right thing He sees strange couc tries and learns languages and the more he his gotie about the better his able to command goo i pay and steady employment But the walter who is constantly 01 the go in this country is looked upon as an undeslr able mao In Europe the waiter aajs with pride Ive traveled all over here he 853 s in ordtr to make him seif solid 1 havnt been out of New York for ten years Thats the dif ference between this country and Eu ropeThe places near the border lines ol France Italy and Switzerland furnish many of the wAiter of the better c a s and an old waiter says that this is due to the tact the men have the ad vantage of knowing something of three languages when they enter the businets and need not travel to acquire any language except English Ofcourte he saidone must have a season o to in Paris because thats where men get their polish but after that America is the place and the waiters over there know that a man who knows his business can make more money in this country than in any other place The Geneva Club has a meeting place in Sixth avenue where the betlter class of New York waiters their headquarters When they are out ot work the club looks out for plicis for them and when they are ill the club pays them 8 a week The nobleman waiter is one ot the popular myths ofthe business There may have been some young men In the business said a Vienna waiter who bad a right to put a MoV in front of their names but in order to get a job a man must knw his burlA ess and by the time he has learned it he nobility is pretty well gone We had a handsome fellov here a few years ago whom we all called Herr Baron just for fun Some of U eA customers heard it and asked the head waiter to allow Filth to wait on them just that they might tell the women in their party who their walt- er rcaly was Fritz made a good thing out of it in the way oi Upland acted the grand man so nicely thetA ome of the shoddy guests wilted be i fore him Walters can tell by the lcoks and A of people what they are btter han any other class It is not the tip that tells but the way tbe writer L s treated otherwise that does the but Ar ess The waiter suet up the nut ide butcher no waiter how iuuuyA hIs wile wears or how Hher l his tips areN Y Tribune Dont Talk Hard Times clICuulness being dull Never alow yourb self to dwell on the dirk side ol anya thing You should refuse to tilkH about depressed markets or bard H Learn to talk up not down Many a i s p i mifmt business wn become chronic jlena and faultfinders Times are a wajs hard with them Other me get into n pessimistic tut and ncv see brightness succrsft In nojthlnp It it ImpoMiibe for tuch people prosper Success is n delicate plant and requires cncnur ccment and sun dhlnc Rtgatd yourself superior to tbe evils which imnound you Larn to dominate your environment to Ill e above depressing influences Look thtankThe word likes sunny liopcful buoyant characters it tihuns lugtf b lous prophets who see only failure aid disaster everywhere The hope fell cheerful men and women who see success and longevity in their callings are the ones who are sought after It Is as natural t i try lo avoid disagreeable unpleasant people at it is to try to escape from the clouds nd shadows Into the sunlight Bx change Druggist ASK CATARRH I forCpLYS10 TRIALSIZEE- LYS CREAM BAlM my 1IlIer lit 00 It rlmuw pootbea and heal the dlw n e l mtmurtiniv U turncatarrh slot drivel tIn th healitickly It 1 nb 1 oniwd and COLD N HEAD rrotrrt the Membrane ItMtom the Srnere t atdroKLt IIItJtllJIIII Warrrnstnet Cew or 00 YEARSII I ItDnlQNa ma7inickI7ComuuieaiIonnlctininadentlal patinalatntatftrtal nallet wit boat ckirc lathe Scientific Jlmcrican A hndomely Illntnlvd vMttr 1mtt rtr roUtton ot any f l niul JixirnaL Terms 53 a OadnletuUNN THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrfccaWeek EdltionAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The ImUtatlal napalm la OTMT but th world iron on mat tbe san and It U roll of new To learn this MWI lut a It laIromptl and laipartlalljr allthatuikar to do U to look In the eotam of Tb ThrlcM Wrrk Edition ot tb New York World which comM to tbntwrIWr 1M liNer o year The Tbrlt BWfrk World dWgrnr ai a put Saber or flrmt news bai given It Imitation wbw frerth BusrUb leuguge It spokenand joU vaatlt The ThtleeaWeek Worlda rnoUr HbMrip tkm I ri UoDlj lloo iwr rar We oB r tala- unequaled aerpeper and THC ItxrcDUcn tOo Kttbrr oar jr t t n t151 ThdvnUriabMrlptlua rrlotortb twuua prnl5OV NEW THROUGH LINE SCTHtfN MHSVIllt A- MDCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central bctwtei Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The service is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73opra 730am Ar Chicago 7001101 700pm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 830 nm ArEvansville 805 am 550 pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair on day trains licktts ofyoa ticket age- ntSouthern RailwaynfHI LonULouUTllle Linn Time TablebCorrected to Jane 36 I No1 No C oS I- y IxmliTlll TIS n ra 400 p m 710 p m r Hhdbjrtlllo 108 lit 148 pm 101 p n iartntbrOJSftiii 130 pn 536pmjVrnalllM lOiltam 512 P in I ilnetou 1041 a m 71 0 p m 1 020 p ro IlarglQ tOM n m 728 p uGeorgetown HAOnm 749 pm 504 NO 3 505 v Ilnridn 4aSpm 710 am r ilrormtown a00 p m 700 a m- I J xlnictoii tti n rn 4M I m 730 a n- VeraalllM0 Slant GlZpni IL a lit jiw nc tiarg843nm fi40pm 820 Am- Kbrlbyrllle 7205 in 120 pra 610 ft a- loalTil WO A ilthionTlietweca LoaUrllle ttt Louis NO 4 NO1 y 1onUrlll 8M a m 1000 p m r IlantlnftlmrR Ililftam JJ30na Princeton 1Mpm 145am lit Ioat 038 p m 73 A ra I 501 501 IT St Ionia 808 a m 1000Pm r 1rlnccton 12 p in 103 a In lIuotioltburjf 215 l m 425am LoulaYlII 645 P in lro a in- No10 l022Iv roullIIe 5tO pm Huntlnebarg e1 p Ia ft lit Ernnirlll 1O5 p lit J80 p 01IoC S NO 21Iv Frannlll TflO a at JIOI1It r llunilDBrllln 0tt a in 2CO pat LouUrlllo 1I a fu a15 p PI Trains NOl 1 2 t and 4 run solid between Lonlsrllle and Ht Loata Train Noi and 10 run solid between Loaurllle and KmniTllli cnrrlni Chair CnTralni Son 91 and n carrrlnR through flnit ase Coaehn brtwrun traiirlll and Lonl Tlll Dcr train lietwecit LooUrnia and Ht LonU rry tIifa Iarlor Can Sight Train between Lonla lll slid St Load rry IliDtoan Drawing lloom Slovplog Care with uffet Mrrlro For ticket and further Information apply to agent Jithera llnllwoy u Ii Spencer Oenl Sinn 8t Lonli Mo II tlurdttlck Osal VftMr Aftt 4OblogtooID Alien AtOoIa Ktal 4t4FaS 5 A WORTHY SUCCESSOR ThOjerAll Doctors have trleil to cure Catarrh by the use powder acid pasteformc mucurma membranes causing them powerfUIentirely eaten away the same mews branea that their makers have aimed to cure while paste arid ointments cannot reach the disease An old Red experienced practitioner who has lor many years rnnde a close study and apeciality ol the treatment Caarib has at last petlccteil a oJI went which when faithlully used permanentlycause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation 1 I the only remedy known iri clrjce that partsThillSouffles the Guainntted Catarrh Cure and Is sold at tbe extremely nv price of One Dollar etch package containing internal antI external medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment and everything necessary to its prifcct use pertctCureIII the only sale and positive cure for hat tinqoyfn and disgusting disease It cures all irfl matlon quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when negltcttd often lends to Consumption Snufllrrt wil save you if you n e it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a conipltte auarallkdlrtCelUunsve Dont delay but send lor it at net and write lull paiticulnrs nn to your condition and you will receive ptcia advice from the discoverer of this wonderful temedy irgntdlnR our caw without cost to you beyond he regular price ol Snnflha the Git r ntety CAtarrh Cure II Scat prepaid to any address in the United or 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