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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 ITir HAITEOK J EEFuBLIcA I t Job Work a Specialty tOFFJCJi omit or THE WEII irIK FOURTH com5iomDmici Subscription 1 a year r IFine XIV HARTFORD ICY MlDAYz JUNE 20 1902 JN048J r To BLOODY WORK OF THE MAFIA Worst Outbreak Since the Great Riot Desperate Battle in a Barricaded House In Which Three Were Slain DRAMATICENDOFA TRAITOR Sped from New Orleans to Louis ville Post says Never was there a bloodier ctwpter luthe hlstorybl the Mafia written thSo that which culmi nated In the horribly brutal murder ol Bartbolo Ferrari by Antouta Lucia I noand never was murder wore len sational As he stood alter his release from jail by the bier of his dead brother Satvadore Luciano Antonio saw Per rari enter the room of mourning 1 The eyes of Antonio glistened Drain oust y and there Wit a rustle of ex citement In the crowded room lor- i Italians know more ol their own af fairs than they would have others be lIeve Ferrari approached the corpse bent over the bier and lifted the sheet which covered the face Down he atooptd and kissed the dead lips As be straightened up though there I was no sign of sorrow on his face I Iflstcada malignant sneer overrprtad I his Aatnres t Antonio could bear the sight no longer Seizing Fertarl he led him through a rear door Into the jard behind the little home Seizing a shot gun from a corger he emptied loth barrels into Ferrari and when his victim fell he beat the skull ol the dying man Into a jelly The sicking thuds were still sounding when the attracted the shots rushed AJitonlolliestory ol lives of his brother Salvatore nnd 4 his cousin YUceizi Velura on Wed nesday night the wounding ol Joseph Gcracchl and Joseph Calamia on the same night and the killing of Ferrari yesterday came out for the first time TAKN OP VICTORV When taken Into his cell at the its tion Antonio Ltclano knelt oa they floor and sent upa paen ol victory 1 am revenged be Idnow do with me what you will It was Fer ran who kittled my brother Salva dore lie came to taunt me by my brothers dead body but I laugh last Anlonin was questioned by the police and the story he told was proof positive that the Mafia which was thought to have been killed when the Italians accused of the murder of Chief of Police Hennessy eleven yearll ago were taken from the parish on by an Infuriated crowd and lynch td had only been scotched and Is now alive galnIThe Luctanos are a welltodo fatally with quite a number of relatives Antonio hs money and was Induced some time ago by a DI Christina to Invest 8000 In a paste factory in Donaldsonvllle Luigi Geneva a big man in the Mafia when Christina and Antonio stirted the factory Sated trouble between them Geracchl was put to work there Matters came to a bead qAntonio was warned to leave the country or take the consequences With Antonio lila brother S lvadore naturally sided as did the cousin LJlgl Luciano Salvadore was warned to leave too Instead of taking the Love is unequally oked with obor la lightened by canuqtIghten to a man looks btawlfcllufferiagdlllagto o old her and able to do othlng Rn tlmL tnrthe husbands attention la directed to Dr Mercea Favorite Prescription and its remarkable curea 0 womanly dis eases lies may not have much hope of- a curejbut lIe tl led to try the medicine that In almost every case there b a rlect and cure Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription cure Irregularltyv It dries the which weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Aa a tonic for women who are nervous sleepleuwomout and rundownFa vorite ls unequaled In an wtr to rOur l tttr I ujr my Will OIflfl3IUC4 to illala 1 S5O 4WIILCI IAWLI A Sillier lCbICI0FOtICf or hay Iii kiUoflwfKtdlittearaottert She took nj Ions otmedldoe durtmr the Jlme she wu ntll Iwntatoyeui r ua 11110 do She hu tifccn Drlljr V1 vorile Prescription aatbtlC the Ooldeo Med kal nUcmrerjr call do her own work am sod anwilkr nd Kla and U quite Ibidn Favorite Prescription It has the teiti l mony of thousand of vvomento Its complete cureof womanly diseases Do not accept an unkownand unproved auti stitute in Ita fDr PierccY Pleoiant Pellets invlgor ate stomach liverand bowels H S warning he tried to kill tienova and Christina sonic weeksago MAFIA Tbosc A VIAND Then the Mafia tooks bind Gen ova sent word that the death penalty would Immediately be Inflicted upon the Luclanos anti there adherents if they stayed In the city Instead the Luclanos lortlfaTtbelr home They male loophole In its walls holes on the gallery which spreads over the sidewalk and though the flooring or the second story of the big brlcl building where they kept store and livedand fixed the little trap tlbor1 so that they could shove a shotgun bar rcl through the opening and fight their enemies without plsclng them selves Ja danger r The LucIanoganlsom wasstreatth ned by the jcomlBg ot LJilgl afaill heavily armed the three men waited for the Mafia to carry out Its threat Together they stood on the defensive They closed their store which slsc served as home early last night Wednesday night the blow fell Will such suddenness that they were caught almost unprepared As the Luclanoa were seated downstairs Ve tura knocked He was known to them and admitted although they thought It strange that Vetnra who lives in Dorseyvllle should come to them for lodging As a matter ol tact Vetura had been fixed to go In to the camp of the L dan 8and open the WilY for the raiders DROKIS THR DOOR Just when the Mafia gang got to gether cannot be learned but it was shortly before to oclock when they burst Into the Luciano place Calama Getacchl and Ferrari were in the lead SalvAdore was seated near the desk lie was the man the raiders were to make sure of before they let the store lIe had to be killed If It cost the life ol every raider Ferrari took the task for himself and he jumped at Salvadore with his stllleto The kniie walrquick anil lie sent the steel Into Ssl atfores body nine times He cuttbe inan down la the corner ol the store before Savadore could brlag his pistol Into play and while thta was going on Antonio Lu ciano and his cousin Louis made a grab rot the guns wlilch were la a corner Antonio weiiUJii liii trnesloty to his Iflenas eiterdsy eturs h wy played In with the raiders lie never suspected Vetnra as being a traitor but he was sure of It just alter his brother was stabbed and he grabbed for his gun It waathen that Vetura pulled his pistol as he stood In his way Antonio called Vttura a traitor and jamming the barrel of the shotgun close to his body fired That was when Calamla was using Gerac4hltheother raiders the shotguns they ear rled AFTER TUB BATTLE Vetura was dead when the battle lifted So was Salvadore Luciano Geracchl was wounded and ep was Calamia Ferrari escaped unhurt and so did the other two men In the attacking Although Antonio was calling Ve tura a traitor he wilt prabably swesr In court that Vetura was his1 best friend Whea Antonio was In jail Ferrari called to see him and offered tb get himballHe gall Antonio said alter be bad recovered himself from the excitement occasioned In the killing of Farrlra lie knew what he had done and then he came here to get me out That was done so that he could get me out by myself and kill me It is feared that the trouble is not all over yet The Luciano survivors are marked men It was impossible lo get pallbearers from among fbe Italians to carry the corpse ol Saiva dore Luclafio to the grave Those asked to serve were afraid oi the Mafia and men bad Jo beplckedup on the street and asked to act- T Read it In His Newspaper ieorge Schaub a well known er man citizen ot New Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader ol the DaytonVolks zeltung He knows that this plpei alms to advertise only the best in Its columns an4 when be saw Chamberlains PalnBalm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate In bny Ing a bottle of it for his wife who lot elgbTweeks had suffered with tile moat terrible pains la her back nd could get no relief lie says After using the Pain Dhnlora few lays my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using the en tire contents pfthe bottle the uubtara ble pains had entirely vanished and ahe could again take up her hoase ho dduUCBHe Is very thankful and hopes that all suQeriag llkewls will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable Itn1tiit1iior sale bj all draggl tsl m there are more snUerers from con stlpatlon than from any other enemy of our race there Is a long train 01 Iannqvlngllli as a direct result and o effective In U andI FR K lIROOKS Wilt vRetlrc From Business Thursday of Next Week Remarkable Record of one of Owensboros Leading Citizens Has Araasse a Fortune by Econ omy and Close AtteRtlon to Bislness One week komtoday F IIc- WBr09IcoDe 01 the oldest sad best known citizens ol Qwensboro will re tire business after a career of fortyseven years A history ol his life would be an account pUke growth of Owensboro from a straggling vII lage to the city ol today There are tome remarkable fads In connection with Mr Brooks lie has beenlu the saloon business for thirtysix years There Will never a fight in his house lie never called In a policeman to quell any disorder He never paid a fine In his life lie kept a hotcUorlhlrtysIx years I John Steffen has boarded with him for thirtysix years and has not eaten a dozen meals elsewhere lie has handled one brand ol beer and no other for twentyseven years lIe took the first copy pi the Inquir er and has never missed a number Andy Brooks his brother has kept IMF toe Mm for twentyseven years lIe belongs to BO lodge or society lie never makes a debt for any pur pose i Mr Brooks was born near Berlin Germany May 25 1830 and is now a little more than 72 yearsol age lIe came to this country In 1855 with his parents who settled In Ohio county lie worked on a farm for filly cents a day at which be saved 400 lie bought a farm of 149 acres with the money and after keeping it lot pine years end making some Improvements sold It for 6co and came to Owens boro with the money When the tamily reached Oweaaboro thereiwere Joseph B ApdySand a sister now 3rs Paultue Mali losky who live oa Sweeney street ills brother Charles lived In Ohio county and heliad written n letter to William Relnbardt then proprietor a hotel on the river front to receive them and send them to Ohio county The brother Charles respect ed cltlien dled twenty flve years ago The farm that Mr Brooks bought with hIS first srniuga was situated near McIIenry and Is worth 22000 todaYbe1afttJ property of the Wil c mpany Coming to Owe lboro In 1804 after selling his farm and adding the price toaCoat 2000 lie hid saved with Louis GQothfcrabrother of FT Gun ther he went into the saloon boil BssaonEMtt Main street Gunher sold out in aboutO eighteen months and returned tailarUonJ Where he now rvHUr Brooks cottnned la business lor sz monVhsi whtnf oa ac conBtof sickqesa he sold out his hdbsetb AJ Mitchell andJohn han dleywho bpenod a1 saloon and dry goods tort Soon afterwsrd he moved to Where Courtneys drug store now is and reopened his saloon and at the same time began the hotel business The citizens clalnied at that time that Owetisboro hail 3000 people and were very proud of the fact Mr Brooks lived on the Courtney site for five years and in 1871 built his present house n substantial three story brick structure where he has been sine He continued the h tebn lawuatll 1892 when that branch of the business was dropped He married Miss Catherine Schul theis oa September 16 1867 She bore him two children Prank Brooks Jr and Mrs llenty Lossle She was born in Germany and came to Owens boro when qqite young She died July 24 I90iarid was burled In the cemetryMr tazellon some thing over 40000 worth ofproperty f most of whlclils personal owns three buildings two adjolningjhls sa loon on Frederica street and a fourth o JMrbecome a partoffhe estaDHa menf lived With JiIipareiitsinOhrocounty until z86r when heeel1itcd in the iffh len lucky under Col J H McHenry lie served three years and loon after his return came to Owensboro and took inplI1ateDt def iis brother lie- Lu to cds ol people every one of respect him as an honest and careful business iuaaIt Ito hlaltbrnhiedasmnchalany thIng else thairhjs brothers success Is due and has been helpful he has saved his money until he has Alum quite sufficient for his needs as I long as be lives I John Steflens the star boarder at I the Brooks hotel came to 0wensboro Ii in 1866 and commenced boarding with Mr Brooks being one of the grit tegular boarder lie has k the RIme seat at the table evCtjiince making a record ol tb1rlyizyeirC during wblcJi time be has hardly eat en a dozen meats elsewhere Another Institution of the place Is Cooks beer Mr Brooks has Ifantilet It exclusively for twentyseven years sod In that lias sold mauy thbusani barrels of It t f Mr Brooks is a roeuiher of the Catholic cbnrcbbnt has never belong ed toity lodge or society rexcp thatbciv4tpstee o the tieitaan American society which was organ lied for the purpeM fVprovldlng at education for poor cIldrea It WM put out of business by the adoption thcub1ic school ayatein jnd h- enejbelig1ift aouiifs sevrral thousands oldbirars wait turn ed over to tile city hospital fund Mr Brooks will leave ilia few days for Clnclnnttl where he will got have his eyes treated lie will take with him his old friend Peter hugger promising themselves H Rcod time In the Queen City On his return hi and brother will take rooms with his daughter Mrs Henry Louie at 524 west street There is no man in the community who stands higher for honor Integrity and good citfzenshlp than Fianl Brooks and his thousands ol friends will wish him many pleasant years or life Sa How to Avoid Trouble Now is the time to provide your self and family with a bottle ofChain berlslns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It Is almost certain to be needed before the summer Is over and If procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in sour bus iest season It is everywhere admit ted to be the most successful medicine In use for bowel complaints both for children and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by all druggists ru a CASTORIAFor Tin KM YH Hays Always Bought Bears the dSlIlAtveor OldeR Times la those good old days that we harkbu they Udntbay8 horseless carriages norcowlesa milk their butter was aot made out of hog fat and cotton seed oil then leaf lard was not rendered from old tallow and cottoa seed oil then coflee dldat grow oa oak trees and callskin shoes were not made out of sheeps hide then maple syrup was not made out of hickory and corn cobs then the thin sides of poor bogs were not smoked and called breakfast bacon then flour wasnt made from corn and raspberry jelly didnt come from a slaughter house then style dldnt change quicker than the moon and mothers were not ashamed to own five children then penitentiaries were too large now they are too small then men prayed to God instead to the congregation and It inventors and reforms keep up ihe present pace no man can tell a manfrom a Woman across the street la about twentyfive years a a Life The poets exclamation 0 Wfel I feel thee bounding Iff my veins is a oj ous one Persons that can rarely os never make It In honesty to themselves are among the most unfortu nate They do not live but exist for to live Implies more thin to be To live is to be well and strongto arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day and to retire not overcome by them to heel life bounding1 in the vlens A medicine that has made thousands of people med and women weilandetrong has accomplished a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine iaHcp4s Sarsaparilla The reak rundown debilitated from any cause should not fall to take it It builds up the whole system changes existence into life and makes life more abounding We are glad to give these words In its favor to the readers of our columns Can Afford to Advertise- A successful St Louis merchant says that any man who can afford to open a store can afford to advertise Advertise Ia his adYlceJeven if you can take but two Inches of spire In a leading newspaper Pill your two Inches in a way to make tbem a feature ol the paper Make your ad a dally bulletin of your business a news item from your storePhula delphia Record Let oar lady friends read tbtex preloa of appreciation front Mrs tulaPrady ofUree N Ct I am void ol words to adequAtely exprea my apprecUy pf Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Twos agrea sufferer when I began the use of th13 Treatment They haVe complete changed my life from one of jufferini to healthful enjoyment in For CoBntlpatlo fate LroniLautlre Sjrup If you dot lte II Utter Iban any Laxative you have ever uted Four dmggUl will refuu4 ibe mooey rrire sto 4SS ij TOMBOFiLAZARUS Group of Uninviting Habitations Uti Ancient iBetbany mites torn St Stephens Gate and mi easy walk livery Icot of the distance Is identified with the eventfl in the Jill of the Say f6r and we know that lie made the Met journey leisurely wandering through the olive groves teaching preaching and speaking parables Bethany a watched place The name means house of the poor and it freli applied Sixty generations tavOappeaedandvanished since a jgfusIfhnlaster d stone ha- bt1TtttltsM imrist db stunt the dwellings and the people verc similar In the time of Christ to those that arek called Bethany now Vpu caflsee through the crack be tween the Etoneaof the wails of the houses and the inhabitants ale Aab peasants who the son of the sheikh declared are too lazy either to work or to steal They call the ton El Azlrlyeh now which is the AratIe for Ltzirus whom Jesus raised fiotri the dead According to traditions he was the local abeikh and owning the village and the land around it This is confirmed by the scriptural story Jesusmade His home at the house of Lazarus probably because it Was the best in the village Lazuus had a family sepulchre hewn out Of the rock which is evidence of his wealth and the large number of people who at tended his funeral is an evidence ol his influence and popularity The only cave In the village Is pointed out as his tomb and is probably the place It appears to be partly natural and partly artificial the marks of the chisel being shown in the limestone walls It is reached by a flight of about twenty worn and broken steps which have been carved in the rock dud leads first to an ante chamber where Jesus stood no doubt when lie said Lazarus come forth and the body of the dead friends In the tomb adjoining at once showed signs of Jife A few feet fioai the tomb tradition points out the site of the house in- which Lazuus lived with Mary and Marthahls sister The location has been changed several times and evjen now the sites are disputing the honor one being supported by the Greeks and the other by the Roman Catho lies A littlefurther on is a ruined tower which the guides call the castle ol Lazarus but it was probably built during the period of the crusaders A small mosque with a white dome has been erected over the sepulchre for the Moslems as well ss the Christ fans regard Lazarus as a saint and use the tomb as a place of prayer This is common thtoughout all Palestine and one Is a little puzzled to under stand why the disciples ol Christ should be regarded with such rever ence by the followers of Mohammed Before the Moslem conquest of Jerusalem in the seventh centurychnrches and monasteries were erected by the Christians in Bethany upon the sitea where Mary and Martha are supposed to have dwelt and where LSZIIUS was buried These were afterward con vetted into morques and used by the Mohammedans until the crusaders obtained possession when they were re stored again to Christian worship Mellslnds Queen of King Fulco built a nunnery at Bethany In honor of Mary and Martha and her sister Iveta a rich and proud woman was made abbess It is possible that the ruined tower may have been a part of that nunnery but it is more likely that the crusaders built a castle here Both were afterward destroyed by the Saracens and from that day Bethany has been a hopeless collection of huts Although there may be doubt about the exact location of the house and tbetomb both were certainly somewhere In the village for the Christian world has never lost sight of this humble retreat of Jesus TIt earliest Christian converts lived In Bethlehem and although the population baa been exterminated again and again It has never been without His follow erlBy Win Curtis in Chicago Rec ordHerald Crime Used to be a Nameless Terror Crime to the man of the forties was an alien monstrous error He was not forced as we are by daily friction with crowds by telegraphs railway and morning papers to take it Into his decent jog trot lire and grow fain liar with It He was not familiar with IL A murder became a tradi- tioflaihotrorin a neighborhood for generations The whole nation sat- upiliudderingnight after night to hear the end of the ParkmaurWebster trial People then looked afan athe lit or a divorcee as we would at1ebtjsjuqnster The younger man now reads with Indifference of a score of murders every morning puffing his cigArette the vblleand when he goes to a fash ionable wedding he wonders How longwill that pair hang together j 38 Members of Congress Send tefters of Endorsement To the Inv htor of the Great Cafafrh1 Remedy Peruna Congrcuman Ooodwyn of Alabama Write 1 have now ui d ollbeltJ of rerun and am a well man today A T Qoodwyn Itobtniea Spring All V S ScuUr lUath frau North D keti W N Roach Lirlmor N DJ saylN I han usa lerun as a tonic It haJ greatly lmlp d tna la strength vlgbr ibid sppetlwW N Roach Coarsuman Uany from Xrtb CazUaa Wrltoii My eocrsUry had aakUi ciii of catarrh as w YiT law azid sties- ha has taken an tJot P rm siam like a dlftrt msnZoznulna- z Lianey T rlefSTUJoN C- CngraamaOgda fran loliLiii Wtti sr j Z aconsekakoilyn- ienil JolIitlOtuaaJI W Qgdesf hientonLaCogrunaa smith tr m IlllwU Write from JtarpbTilwr Ill t J Z ri UktB ell8 HtIlt PuSan for l a tarrh aalll tlviry mush banenl Oe W Smith CoDsTcumaa XHIdB trm Ohio Says I ban lued aaveral bottles of Poruna and fuel greatly btniflicd iben by from my catarrh of the had David Sletklsoa Kaploa O Co creiinua CreST from niliiol Wrttea from Robinson 1111 U Crowisyhas takea a number of jboitle ofPernaaonacconntofntrrenstrpablcs proven a cnrJo B Crowltjr I CoBtTCHnum ThcmpMB f Kemtveky WritelSuBlilei being na of tb vary best tonics Pernna U a good substantta catarrh remedPII11JJ Thompson Cogiuamn Mwarg fra Alabama Writes from rtPayn Als 1 hays takem Pemn for Ia grippe and I tabs tlJellnr In rec mmlIlIblcPerulla as an excellent remdyM W Howard COBCTCUBUB CMaimIngi from Xw Twk Vrltesi VPernma Is gMd fr cjtUrib I ban tried it an know tAmoa W Cumllllllc New YrkCity Senator ThortUm of Xebnuka Writes from Omaha Nebi Peruse entirely relleree m of a vary Irritating coughJ U ThmrstOB CungreMmju WorWct from Xevada WriteNI Lays Uk a on buttl of Fonina ani it has benefited ma la mehsely HdW rihtngton- CancT uniaK Baakhead from UaMBta Wrltesi Yirlruna lions of the bait madlcines I ever triedJ U Hank head JatfO Ala copI wer Crou TerttDt Writes from Morrliville Vs iI eaa lPJeelleatamfliuU SBlllTBm trm XIulMl Bt Writes train Oxfinl Mica t ta- Mj Iseaata4aJtg you gsssa national catarrh nrePermma M hbut- Ilure erer tried WV SaUlvasu n HENRY WRIGHT Son of Mr Miles Wright deadat Cloverport Monday Mr Henry Wright son of Mr tllesj Wright of near Tunnel illlL died at his home in Cioverport Monday evening of tuberculosis of the spine Mr Wright bad many iriends hete who will regret very nuch to earlof his death In speaking of the death of Mr Wright the Brecklnridge Nwi sss Mr an e Uielrpoor health for the last four yeirs butt remained true to the roads service until his condition positively or bade further work Mr Wright was born near Sulphur Springs in this county and moved with his parents to Hardln county when about ten years old lila lather Mr Miles Wright was a weilkaown citizen of Ohio county until about sixteen years ago a My little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber lains Cough Remedy we would have bad a serious time ot if It also saved him from several severe attacks ofcrouphI J Strickfaden editor WorldHerald Fair Haven Wash Pot sale by all druggists m r a Brann on Man The place to take the measure ofa man is not in the forum orthefield1 enlcornerhe lays aside his mask and you may Judge whether he is imp or angel king or cur hero or humbug I care not what the world says whether it crowns him with bays or pelts him with bad eggs I care not a copper what his reputation may be If bis babies dread his home coming and his better hall swallows her heart every time she askes for a fivedollar Bill hes a fraud of the firstjwater When his children rush to the front gate to meet him and loves own sun- shine illuminates the lace of his wife fkeItorgranted foF his home is a heaven and she humbug never gets thai near to white throne of God He may be a rank atheist and a red Bag anarchist a Mormon and a mugwump he may buy votes in blocks of five and bet on elections and he may deal them from 1 cacnunn at Icbga Writes train Port Apj tin khHthav fonad Peruse a vary efflclent and speedy remedy for a persistent end annoying coughJHaanoTer P Senator Call fVirU Writes h Peru lea boeajrecom mended bjaeaWhMler abl pcr bn U bM bias vied Wy iota mmbisf my sad I concur in Ike sIkaesta cC aemVheelerWii ham Call JickoflIllerYl8 Suir Xelta r tJaiitairei nxeeuItWethYbIiyitt ol lLthat yoc1imfr i- WHe VClEa h tTV Jhtt iiIkkvefk IITSbI4Nti er Peruse sad lIMa paMat4twVZ- almosl w ieprmitneaIlysrt4 twUrrh f tu aWBaek W T rws 1wJI elaLI xsiioybrJo4a Write Item oJa7Ja lit liar used your excellent remedy Parses and baT r commended lt bothaa tonic cad a sat catarrh readyk SUpbea Maln ry- SituiUr al1orr 8 uth CanUaa M C Butler exCoreiuor f Spuih Caroline wrItetNIau reaes1iniead Peroaa f1 r dyppale an troubiM C Butler tdctfleli BC- Cngreaaarbablr ladUaa Styu From what my friends day Pii ruse Is a god tosie and a let cetarrb enrM EV Brookshlre Crawford Till ladICoDcnuD IJWrite from Vhssl1agWVai tlJoin with my eolleagaea IK p huts qI flip- reseatatrii iBTecoBimeadlagiyear ex- eUnt nsmedyL3 Dviar Coagrsmsn Brdrteb at XJ Writ il fAa Holloa Kasr Ibar taken two bottlwotp nna sad IIU b- en ueeJuremedy forcolds and throat trosbltsasGkvimai rJck Wrlln Iays d FsaieraskttI- msaId Hi ttoroasMyitatTfled as Is 1U meriW8 S Yodtr Lima 0 r H TM r 4 L a the bottowol the pack mad drlaTe beer until he cant tell a silver dolha row a circular saw and 11111 be infiBJuiy a better man than the eowardb JulIe hypocrite who Is all suavity in oclpty- et makes his home a heItwh vents upon the helpless heads ot his wile and children the illnature that he would like to inflict uponlsia leHow men hut he dares not I can forgive much In that fellow mortar who had rather make men sweat than women weep who would rather have tie hate of the world than the contei apt ot his wlfejwhq would yhecal aiger ta the fakl ihanferto the lace of achiidrBrannilconoclasI IC L SsCtY itoit Purauatto CllJuiied ky the Sad mid Appelat District Repiblleaa mcaltUer o Kefltjagky the pub leans pf Ohlo cojaiit7artejirel y call ed to meet In Mass Conyeatlpo at the court house hi Hartford Zy Satur dsyJune2r l933 LIoclocp in for the purpose oi selecting delegates- to the Second District Appellate convection at Leltcbf eld Ky June 25 Kackcppnty will be entitled to one delegate for each 109 votes or fraction over fifty cast for Wm McKinley for President in 1900- NICUOLA9 BABBASe Cnws S isinettscWtotevery bottle of the teaulne OWIP Pittit babys rdm birth until be has his teeth All druggists Popes Temporal Power Rome n isCopyrlght 1992 by the New York Tribune The news from America that it Is feared then that the TklVmlsslon to tbeTope may disturb the good relations be tween Italy and the United States causes surprise here la the name ol the moat anthorative personage In tbe iment it can be asserted that thVjfalian policy since 1870 has a directed lo demoncirate that eyed without the wer UbcrtyoQd fl1tIOeselgll en Intact1 even the 1 friends aadalllei of Italy aitaltth representaUvM are accredited to the vatican JGtfma has two legations one a 11 ancltnePrusalan while thejklago Portugal a cousin ci the king of Italy has aa embassy accredited tb the Vat I lean teal nii4 only aJegatloa to the quit Thus ito feeling can be produced In evenI Congmeman Mahoa of Pennfylranta T Wrte from Chamberibnrg Pai UI tabpleaiur la commending yoar Perona as- a lubitantUl tonlcThad M Mahon- Cangrcitman Sparkmau of Ilorlda Writea from Tampa Florida I cars Indori Peruna M a flrstrat Unto and a- verycotiyecun for catarrhH3 JtL 8palmszh a ConjiTMmin Brewer of Alabama Writes s It I hay lnchll bout of Pe rifle for luiltad and I takiplsssitrinn- cQmmandtiig tLWillis Brewer Hs B avUU Ale Vtw leaor Gear fSwav Writing frJa lbJrlolIIas enia IraassssaJLal1 u ivery goo- 4Isaei3hwxiN7 da5rsesa1bsssu 5 Xetaa- Wttlte 4 rI c a pecmma4 Tcnua a- soaistthyr7beatiIsnlssNa nCalberiea JeferMB Ta- xCgssmaXiiagte frsa ESeegia Writes ittabs pleasar In jUlxg with OeaeriX Wheeler CagTenaa Jrewyr and other 1m recommending Peruna as aa tonic and a catarrh cure L I LiVingston XiucOa- COalftD Clark of marlByiIL can recommend your Peruna aa a good aub t4ntlal tonic and one of tbo bait remedies for catarrhal trouble John B Clark COBCT UB Pelham of Tlrctnla Writes from Bancroft Val ify sister Inlaw lies bae been using Peruna for aboutone week for catarrh f tho throat sad is manllestly lmprroV0 pelbam- Coatreutnaa Baraett af Alabama Writes i Ican cheerfully recommend Perana aa a good substantial tonic and a very good Catarrh remedy John It Bnmott Qadsdea Ala- CnsreUBtaB Botkla of Kanut Writes from JIoUonKu 1 Perlna has given m almpit compl trllef from catarrh of the stomach and coastlpa UonJDBotkln JI CencnHman Whit of Kortli Carolina Writes from Tarboro N CIItl lIud Po- fMBtob an excellent remedy for the grip and catarrh I bare usud it In my famllyaJI Whit- CoosreumaB TTIlUtr of New York DAvid T WUber OIOlllOlItaN Y writeat I SB Sully convinced that Peruna U all you claim for it after th- oIUI a fw MtUDnld P Wllbar- CancnMmaa Duncan ofOhlo Wrlt from Yaekioa 0 Irecommend P mna to anyone In need of aa luvlgor aUng tnioIrviiio DUll u jiConTMnuiaBarbaia tram California Writes from Santa Boss Cats At the allitatlq At a friend I used your Pa iruna andCsa cheerfullyrecommend it JAJJrH 5 5 5h 5of free book address The Xfuna MdloiBe Co Columbus O CHl ltSt mULisH EMNYIOrAL PILLS 1SaraVHICMTWM5UL55 I sad iLaayakifyooVute t- 0t a4 Ce a Inrtirsisrs Tsii- maslat 114 rara o sasr byIuprtat iuiOHiaTmOHauioAtoo MM Sfa4lM Mnan FHIUU rA aeaIlia Letweea the yalted States and the lolyes The personage concluded The relations betweea Wasblagtoa and Rome ate excellent as proved by the cordial words of the king to Am feasisdorlaeyer before the latters de parture Gov Taft having completed the preparatory work for the conference with the representatives of the vatl caupd official visits to Spanish Austrian and Frenoh Ambassadors accredited to the Vatican and visited alto Cardinals Serrfino Vaeutelll and Satolll The latCer recalled with ex trerae pleasure the years spent la America and asked the whole mission to lunch Sunday when he celebrates the fortieth anniversary hid ordlna tlpa as priest by the present Pope then Archbishop Peru 5 1 a OverWftrk Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourbloodter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out ofordertheyfaIito do work Pains aches and rheu maUsm como from ex cola of uric acid lull neJllectedIthougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood yolDa and arteries It lobe considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble I arealckou canmake no mbtkby first doctoring your kidneys rho mild andthe extraordinary effect ol Dr Kilmers Swt f Root the great kidney remedy U r soon realIzed It stands the highest fur Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cues bsoldonllsme1Itslllilby sample noe 4of8 free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention paper when writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binjhamfon N Y I I Hartford Republican limit FrIdays by tktHartfordfab CoIf poalI DItIIdilUod pstotciisscondtIasmaiI mtii orCCE03QNca c lan MJnou 4 =lvr = 2 JOHN 1IKWIY THOMAS Killlor FRIDAY JUNE 20 A NM OUXCFJI EXTtf For Al Hlnffi Jmlici tonhnmn JUPOE B IWe are aulhnrlrtd 10Uoo to tbII lUFrv lu nrnmllJnU nfflm nf JUIKI nl be Apprilat Cflnrt la tbe IHo onil Jmllrlnl IrttrM imhjrct to the artlon ot tbfItrrobllcnn Isrtj Ior flrenltJrndRe We alVaolbolrd to oooo ore W T OWES ul Ik ronotj in A cnndlilatr for Circuit 1 Jmlge In the Klxth JnillclM Dlotrlct nbjoct the anion ut the Itemocratlc party WITH eggs hanging around a bit a Ilozen in midsummer the farmers wives are not feeling as bitter to ward the beef trust as the town and city patrons of the butcher shopI THE Illinois State Democratic Convention held at Springfield Urn week iat down on Bryauiim so bard tha the dull thud of tho sitting YBS audi ble as far away as Lincoln Nebraska IT is the duty of every good Re publican in the county to attend the Mass Convention hero tomorrow Every Republican farmer who cat possibly leave his crop shouldattend MR BEN D RINOO has formally announced his candidacy for Commonwealths Attorney Hartfdri and Owensboro Democrats seem to have formed judicial officeholders trust that leaves Hawesville and Cal boon out in the cold liON C S WALKEU of Oweneb ro has announced himrclf a candi date for Circuit Judge There an now three candidates for the Democratic nomination for that office all citizens of Owentboro Is there no Democratic judicial timber in Hart ford Hawesville or Calhoon TUE Democrats will hold their primary election on a regular election day for the purpose of helping weak candidate for the Appellate Judge ship and the scheme will cost the tax payers a few hundred dollars for ex tra ballot boxes But the Democrats never take the taxpayer into account when thcyhave an election scheme on A PEW hundred dollars worth of ballot boxcBj paid for out of the pub lic funds for which there will not be a use again for a generation will re main a perpetual memorial of Dem ocratic sacrifice of the public good for party gain It is by nipping fa the bud schemes like this that the taxpayers can make their rights respected by party bosses Miss STONE the captive missionary for whose ransom a large sum of money was paid refuses to give out any information which would lead to the capture of her abductors Mis Stones attempt to speculate upon ber misfortune by entering the lecture field proved a failure If Miss Stone wants to be famous she should resume her work as a missionary ONE HERiiDr VonSchuegol pur P9rting to represent the Austra Hun garish Empire as Consul at Chicago has introduced a new feature in court etiquette He insists that everyone who enters his office shall take off hi hat and bow to a picture of Franz Josef You Sohuegel was born at least five centuries after his time His preposterous attempt to revive the old barbaric custom of showing rev erenco to a counterfeit ruler who on ly became so by circumstances stamps him as a plato simple unadulterated ass wholly unfit to asso ciato with a selfrespecting Hollen tot If the Austrian Government has any sense of decency remaining it wil haul up this fourteenth century idioi andreplace him witha man of modern ideas THE Sixth Judicial Democratic Committee has called a primary elec tion to elect candidates for Circuit Judge and Courmonwealths AttQr ney for November lba regular election day at which a repreeenta tive in Congress and a Judge of the Appellate Court will be elected The purpose in selecting this date is ap parent It is an effort to interest Democrats to turn out and incident ally support the precarious candidacy of Judge Seattle for Judge of the Ap pellate Court If Judge Birkhead- can muster enough support to make- a real contest for the nomination for Circuit Judge the Republicans may freely grant the Democrats all the advantage they may get out of a des perate expedient to bolster up the candidacy of an incompetent aspirant for a scat on the Appellate Bench CUYAHOOA county Ohio will wit nets this summer the most interesting political campaign ever waged in the United States Cuyahoga county is normally Republican but Tom L Johnson has carried it three times for the Democrats Should Johnson carry the county this year ho wpuld be the logicalcandidate for Governor and elected Governor the logicalcandi hate for President This is the way Senator Hanna sizes uptho situation anti ria soon as Congress adjourns he will go to Cnyahogalcounty and personally conduct the campaign for the Republicans It will be a battle of giants Two of the greatest masters oipoliticatcampaigning in the United States directing a countycampaign will be a novel spectacle Place your money on Hanna SENATOR Hanna finn stand for the Panama ruute may delay canal legislation but it insures the untitnate selection of that route While the Commission appointed by the United States to investigate the most feasible route for an oceanic canal reported in favor of the Nicaragua route so longI a the French company held the ama route at an exhorbltant priceI as soon as that company fixed tbeI price of its property at 40000000 the Commission decided iu favor of that route We believe Senator Hanna is the ablest and most unselfish Statesman in America His for tune is already made lIe is living on the last decade of mans allotted time and hisonly ambition now is tc leave a name reverred by his coun trymen for his public service On account oi these considerations Sena tor Banns opinion about so vest an undertaking deserves first consider tion at the hands of his countrymen The small politicians in Congress who know little and cart less about the advantages of eithei route and who regard a reelection as more important than the result ol 80 vast an expenditure of money at- clamoring for immediate action Bu by and by the canal is going to be built and it is safe to predict that it will be along the Panama route CROMWELL- The crops of this place are doing very well although they need rain Mrs Virge Stuart and daughte have returned to their home in Beav er Darn Mr Bill Wises infant child diet Friday Several of the Cromwell people attended the old folks meeting at Bald KnobSundayThere be Childrens day ser vices here the 5th Sunday Miss Lizzie hooker and Mr Floyi Hosklns spent Sunday evening will Miss Alice Faught ol this place The singing at Mrs Lon Stevens last Saturday night was quite a sue cess BEAVER DAM Miss Sade Austin has returned from Burksvllle where she has been trimming for the past season Prof and Mrs J B Taylor and IauiIlyMI4dleboro1arc thejpnest of relatives rc Miss Sallle Kitby Carrollton re turned home Monday after a visit to Mrs J H Barnes Prof E R Ray Bloomington lad spent a few days with friend last week Mrs Virg Stewart and daughter Mary have returned from Cromwell Mrs J R Lyon was called to lIen derson a few days ago to the bedsld of her husband who was Injured In a- runawayMrs T Taylor and chlldre have returned from a visit to relative in Owensboro Mr Frank Eblen Louisville Is the guest of his sister Mrs John H Barnes Mr Clarence Hooker who has been attending the Indiana University Ie turned home Mondays Mr Claude McKenney Is visiting relatives In Rochester Mr H D Hunt Smallhouse was In town the first ol the week The H H Literary Society will ec tertaln at the School Hall Saturda y night PERSCIiOOLlIOUSE Thereyras an old peoples meeting at Bald Knob church last Sunday A large crowd was present and dlnne n the ground Rev Embrey preact ed In the forenoon In the afternoo Rev Romans pleached and a general good time was had The death angel has again visited our community and taken away the infant child ofMr William Wise Rev Jo B Rogers ol Illinois 1 s Visiting ibis father Mr j M Rogers andjpreacbed at Vine Grove Sunda night Mu Cox who has been confined to thoughtITaxable Proqerty Frankfort Ky JunC17The total value of property subject to taxa ion In Kentucky as equalized by the state board of equalization Is 568 U9 633 On this the state will this year at 50 cents on the ron collect 199414816 This valuation Is an Increase over the work of the county assessors of 11065855 they having repotted to the auditor a valuation of 587763 77S alter the deducatlon of all exemptions Last year the valua Ion as reported by assessors was IS79i083S34j8howIng an Increase by them this year of 8680244 The valuation as quallztd by the state board last year was 589156820 showing an Increase this year over last year of 9672813 and the mount of tax collected last year waS Mi 78949487 which Is 19565339 less than will be collected this year under the Increased tax rater Qt the total amount of taxes to collected this year the county of Jet risen will pay nearly onefourth and the six counties ofJefferson Kenton Fayette Campbell Bo roonand Da yless will pay nearly onehalf Jeffer son county has an equalized valua tion this year ofi30878366 and will pay 56439183 In taxes an Increase of 3823609 over last year- SMALLHOUSE n Rev Shugart filled his regular ape pointment at Equality Sunday Rev Joshua Miller will preach at Equality the first Sunday in July at eleven o clock Mr and Mrs Jim Hendrlx of Ecbols were the guests ol their uncle Mr itt P Maddox Sunday Mrs Clel Withrow and children Central City are the guests ot rela tives here Mr II D Hunt who has been absent from his home for the past week Rochester and Louisville leturnedI home Monday Mr and Mrs Jim Aldington and little daughter Dewey Centertown and Mr and Mrs John Igleheart vis lIed relatives here Sunday Mesdames Fannie Iglehart and Bet tie Atherton were in our midst Sun dayjMrs T R Barnard and little daughter Mary aod Miss Sudle Eu daly left Monday or Louisville- where they go to Visit Mrs Ida Pax ton and family Mr T R Barnard left home lalt Thursday for a trip to the South lIe will be absent about a month Muster Burr Morton Hattford who was the guest ot Masters John am VIg Morton for several days has re turned home- MasterJohu Ross Taylor who has been sick Is better at this wilting Mrs Mattle Drake is on the sIcV listMrs R H Everly and Mrs Joe Bullock who were quite sick last week are better A much needed shower reached us Sunday accompanied by asevere wind storm which wrecked severa fences Masonic Barbecue The second annual celebra tion of Dundc Lodgo No 733 at Sylvania Park Dundee Ky Juno 28 Prof Baker the worlds greatest highwire walker will be present and perform acts of nerve and feats of skill on a wire at a dizzy height con cluding by turning a double somersault from the wiro and diving into the river fifty feet below p a Wall Paper Designs new and very attractive Call and see it Z WAYNE GniPira Bao A Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 22251 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Court of Appeal ol Kentucky In favor of L A McDaniel against Martha Stum H A Stum as Guardian of Henr Stum and W H Barnes as admin Istrator of Annie Stum deceased I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of July 1902 between the hours of one oclock E M and lour P M at the Court bous- door iu Hartford Ohio County Ken tucky expose to public sale to th highest and best bidder upon a credit of three months the following described property or so much there as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt am cost towit Beginning at a atone In Paradise and Plnchecoe rod at Lucy J Kings corner In South east McDaniels line thence with Kings line S 63 E 103 poles to two hickories on Pont Run thence S 9 W 46 poles to beech and poplar stump on Green River thence down the said River N 77 W 33 X poles S 84 W 33 poles S 66 W 40 poles S 3i i W 20 poleE S 22 W 16 poles N 6ji W 31 poles N 43J W 463 poles to th mouth of a slough thence up sale slough N 56J E 40 poles N 69 E 35 poles N io E 5 poles to 2 sinai ashes thence N S3 W 114 poles to a beech near a graveyard thence N 7i E 28 poles to a stone thence N 2 E 21 poles to a stone on thi road aforesaid In McDaniels line thence with her line to the road to the beginning containing 126 acre more or less- Levied on as the property of Henrj Slum subject to the dower Interest of his mother and also levied on the dower right of said Martha Stum It said land as the property of said Mar tim Stum Witness my hand this 7th day ol Tune 1902 C P KEOWN S O C By J G KBOWV D S a Au unregenerate editor moralizes as follows How few of us really ate our own boss I The married men are sub ject to their wives the bachelors obey their landlady the old maids cater to their cats and pqodles while all of us bow to that weak thing called public opinion We come Into this world without our consent we leave It against protest and while here kick at everything that crbsaes ur path but all to no purpose The old world goes on not caring whether we live or die laugh or cry shout or sigh note caring a farthing why till we turnup our heels and die and then maybe well freeze or fry 4 GRAND JURYS REPORT 1 On the Condition of ourPubllc Buildings March Term 1902 The grand juiy begs to submit to the court the following repptt viz We have visited the j ol and Inspected tIle publicbuildings belonging to the ounty and find all ol same In rea on able good condition The prisoners onGned In the Jill report that they receive good treatment and ae well cAred for and the jiil and the other uibllc buildings are kept In ss leanly a condition as might msbnabty be expected considering their mode of con truction We fuither repoitthat the court room in the court house is not ufliciently ventilated anda nnraber f the county offices are tio small for the use and purposes lor which theI were IntendedJ GIUMORIS Foreman For Sale I Ono Wind Mill in the town of Hartford It has been used comparatively little If not sold prhatoly before it wilt w bo sold at public action at tile Court House door in Hartford on the first MoIHlainAu gust 19021For particulars call on or address J P i1lerI or A D White comniltteo Hartford Ky tf For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by all druggists m CASTonxBuna Tla Kid YH Hilt Ahrars EMEM sr lId c Louisville Market CATTIB Choice to prime shipping steers 6oc64o Medium to good steers 5 750 6 oo Choice butcher steer 5 BStJ 5 75 Medium to good butchers 4 256j 5 75 Common to medium 3500400 Canners I 73225G- ood to choice feeders 4 50 4 65 Common to medium 3 o 0 4 25 Good to extra stock steers 3 75 4 50 Common to medium 2 75 3 25 Good to med stoik heifers 3 oo 3 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 5 3 oo Good to choice bulls 3 So J 75 Medium to good bulls 2 50 3 25 Choice veal calves 5 oc 525 Com to medium calves 3 5 4 5 Choice to fancy mUch cows 3500 45 00 Medium to good 25 co 3110 Plain common 15otZSoo HOGS Cboce packing butchers 230 to 300 Ibs 71 Sled packers l6j to 200 695 Choice light 120 to 160 60 Choice pigs 93 to 120 6 r- Giolpigs30to9 50e35CR- ouglis I5 to 5 o 5 5 6 61 silEnt AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping 3 75 Pair to good 3 oo 3 51 Common to medium 2 50 3 oc Bucks 22503 00- Extra spring lambs 7 no Seconds 4750500- e Good buther lambs 4 Of4 So Common tallend lambs 3750400- e TILE GRAIN MARKET Wheat New No2 red and long oDgberryI77c ICornNo 2 white 68c No 2 mixed 66c No2 yellow 67c No 3 white 6720 NO3 mixed efi c No 3 yellow 66fr c OatsNo 2 white 47c No 2 ralxtd 460 6scIwheat are those paid by dealers tbe qlutitlons fur corn oats and ryare selling prices TUft PROVISIONS iLKKBT Mess Purk17 50 eIIamsChoice augarcured light and special cure u14c heavy to medium I20T3C Bacon Clear rib sides 120 regular clear sides 12C packed breakfast bacon 13ei4c sugarcured Shoul ders toe bacon extra rae I LardPrime steam in tierces iocchoice leaf In tierces uyc In tubs IZ4c pure leaf lartl In tierces 12cI- n firkins I2jc Bulk MeatrRlbs nc regular clear sides iitf extra short zsc GrayI I u My hair was railing out and yourHairrestored the natural colorMrz-B Z Benomme Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years In your I Perhaps you are seventyj and you r your If not use Ayers Hair Vigor In than a your havc4thedark Slil a Milt All dngtts yoasendyon a bottle no sure and give the name of JOur AddrJ jrT O Etmiistoniit1ioiiiostevcntnpel lOVe and and i Impatience or faultfinding are SOREII excusable It is when the body is by an eating and painful sore truly 11i to find otter months of diligent and faltM hse of external remedies that the places remains as defiant angry and Offensive as ever Every chronic matter on what part of the body it comes is ntt evidence of some previous constitutional Or organic trouble and that the dregs of these remain in the system or it may be that some long hidden poison perhaps Cancerhas come to the surface and begun its destructive workrThe blood must be before the sore will fill up and the skin regains Its natural color It is efluidaIrritated and inflame S S S will Invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood is carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a and the sore heals o purifierasYsralvraorbut phyaicUni 111 and but wurao treitict lr d aobtneat bTtho table It builds up the blood and Oar drufftut adrittd brto try S B S tones the general system ns uo which she did Fourtoa bottUa curedother medicine does If have her and she hai bnwU Ttr kind write and J B ttABOLD S3 Canal St n sore of any us getiCohosi N T the advice of experienced skilled physicians for which no charge Is made Book on DlOOIJ and Skin Diseases free TUlt swIFT SPltClrlC co Atlanta Gtn n FORDSVILLE Mrs W W Camp returned Sunday from a visit to Rockport Indnnd Habit Ky Messrs Edward Sweatt ami Rstei Mart In went to Louisville Sunday Miss Vlrgle Kennedy of Owens boro Is the guest of Mrs Lee Mont gomeryMr and Mrs Byron Bean and little son Wyman spent Saturdaj Sunday with Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs W H Sargent Messrs Allle and Hubbard Gra ham of Narrows visited their sister Mrs Mack Smith Sunday Mr Arthur Smith spent Sunday In Owensboro Mrs T S lord and daughter Mis Alma spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives near Hnsor Quite a little party from our town spent last Thursday fishing at Falls ofRough Mr Clarence Morrison came over from Hartford Sunday to visit his perentsMiss Mattie Holland of Whites vllle is spending a few days with Miss Mamie Smith A baby boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs C C Beard Messrs Jim Jackson ol Hawesville and Etnest Babbage of Cloverport were in town Tuesday Misses Hettle and Rosa Reynolds ol Reynolds were in town shopplni TuesdayMrs Montgomery and her visI Itor Miss Kennedy went to Glen deane Wednesday to be present at the marriage of Miss Eda Robertson to Mr John Webb Owen Mr Will Hurt 01 Owensboro ws I the guest of the family of Dr J W McCarty Saturday and Mon dayRev J T Ratcllfl and wife spent Saturday with his church at South Hampton Davlcss county the occasion being Childrens Day Mrs G W Brite came down frot 1 Hardlnsburg Saturday to be at the bedside of her father Mr Nichols Balz who died Saturday night Mr Will Sargent returned Saturday from a visit to Rockport Ind Dr J W McCarty Is sick Mr Allen Owen of Owensborc was In town Wednesday ol last week and joined the fishing party to the Falls Thursday Mrs John Runner of Warren county who has been visiting rrlatlve here has returned home Rev G T Cundlfl of Hardlnsbnrj and Mrs S T Smith ot Vine Grove I are visiting their sister Mrs J B Bennett this week Miss Lena Bennett went to Hartford this week to visit Dr Weddings full V and attend the teachers examination Mr NicbOiuBaizediedathia home here Saturday night alter an lilacs of only a few dip Mr Bake wa I seventy years old and nntll fei years ago lived on his Satin ocar Haynesvllte butsince then baa bee- living In Fordsvllle There were only he and his wife their chjldrei all having married Mr Baizewas a consistent member of the Baptts church at Zion near where he was buried Sunday afternoon Our most tender sympathy goes out to th e companion left alone and the family OASZonX4Bll- Ilhe yylHltMYciHattAlviiri ihtBlgnatar y Tf cf Tile State Assessment Franktord Ky June i6The total assessment value of taxable property In Kentucky as equalized by the State board Is 598829633 On this the State will receive at a tax rate of 5c cents the sum of f2 994 14816 The abaTe li on the or every bottle of the genuine OWENS PINK MIXTURB the baby from blrtl null he has his teeth All druggists Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is In bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as Cham berlalnfl Stomach Liver Tablets die having once used them They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale al- I Scents pet box by all druggists n Mr Bryan And Mr Cleveland- Mr Bryans aunouncementthat he till do all In his power to prevent the llevelandlzing of the Democrat party ills foith the following comment rout the Indianapolis News We doubt wbttber there are many people that wilt appreciate the value of his services Per only so tar aa the party has been ClevelanUzed lisa it been successful And to most men it will seem absurd that the nun who led the party twice to two of the worst defeats that U ever sustained should talk ol eliminating the bntiuenceol- the only man who bus led the party to victory In more than forty years Doafnjoss Cannot bo Cured bylocal applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lIn- Ing ol the Rnitachlan Tube When this tube is inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed Deaf ness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this j tube restored to its tormal condition hearing will be dlstroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but inflam ed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars I for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by lulls Catarrh Cure Send fur circulars free F J CltBNRV Co Toledo 0 I Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best At Dundee June 28 Remember E W Jacksons Maw moth Photo Tent will be on the ground where you can get work dote as cheap as the cheapest asgcol as the best all work guaranteed Call and see It is manifested that the Republicans in the Second Appellate district are preparing for the greatest contest in the history ol the party The Leltch field meeting Is to be a great ratifies tion meeting and the opening of a campaign that win not lull a single dAyPostMark Twains Cousin- G C Clement of Topeka Kan the no ted constitu tional lawyer who bears to striking are- ssemblance to Samuel B Clemens that he is frequent ly taken for the original MarkG C cumwis is a man of deep intellect and wide experience He Is con sidered one of the foremost lawyers in this country In a re cent letter to the Dr Miles Medical CoMr CIcmcnssays rrr Miles Nervine contain true merit and li excellent for what It It recom 11moDded MtKonnanWa1trlpSan Pre Bank ers blcaso says M5 SPain Pills are Invaluable for headache and alt I had been a peat sufferer from headache until I timed of the efficacy ol Dr Milei rain Illls Now I alwajra CarrY them and prevent recurring at tacks taking a the symptoms first appear Sold by alt Druggist Price 2So per BOM- Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Some Coffees are Glazed coatiniIfwhy arent the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed als- oLion I Coffee is not glazed It is per fectly and has a- delicious flavor fl Hi1 pS4ItS tens ee- lL H15Mi SM tbJ4 IGO TO CRINNS SALOON FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES BEER RJo CIGARS AND TcA3O DS Hurdle Rye a Specialty LEEGHINN uTritRI nw A Lot pf New Thingsf H- Our buyers have again visited the markets for hc new and good things for the hot weather sea on and we are placing on sale Now Things in every department We have the best values the market affords in Stylish Reliable Merchandise now for you to see We buy no cheap shoddy goods to impose on you We desire that very article we sell you shall give you perfect satisfaction Summer Clothing Our lino of Serge Coats and Vests Crash Suits and Pants s complete und tho prico is within reach of all Our all thoyciirnround Suits and odd Punts wore never more attac tivo at tho low prices wo charge lor thorn than this season t BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS And odd Punts aro certainly tradewinners and you havo only to look at this line to be convinced that our store is the best placo to lit up tlio largo and small hOys Mens FurnishingsfOur lines of Underwear Collars and Culls Shirts in fact iverything a man wears are worth of your attention and vo iwo sure to soIl you if you look through these lines Wo can save you money and give you strictly firstclass goods Millinery Goods Now things every day hi this department If wo cant ilcnso you in this doparment you had just as well give it up that you cant bo pleased Wo have tho material and wo know how to mako a Hat that is becoming to any face ShoesI Shoes We attribute our success in this department to our buying direct from first hands and selling nothing to our tnulo butIstrictly honestmade Shoes and Slippers made on ui luSts at a very low price You can see hero more Shoes mill slippers than at any other store in this countyou will J find prices lowest when you consider tho ou get f Give us your Shoo business Buy only good reliable Shoes I uul YOU aro sure to save money E11 P BANES BRO Beayer Damt JARNAGIN WILLIAMS Beaver DaD1 JYAre still at their Dig Building on Main Street saving the people money on their celebrated line of Canton Farm Imple menu and the Milburn Wagon itrongeU antI beat malltI A O Buggiu fully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Drill tho only Drillwith a detached fertilizer and seed hopper We are county agents for the J 0 Case Engines and Thresh era including Pea Hullers Wo are agents for McCormick Harvesting Machinery such ai Binder MowcnCorn Harvest era and Shredders Your patronage if solicited Prices the lowest inch quality guaranteed Yours Respy A1Iall1 WltLIAM 9 B vir Dam I Ky Now is the Time to Buy a ggy 01 Srre Ifyou want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood the ostof time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilledworkmen Our guarantee js therefore of some value New Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our jcneral Agents AC TAYLOR Hartford Kj CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Voltides annumF AMES A CO s Ovvensboro Y Dutelaii Tiliiliiii AND TelegraphCOMPANY OperatingINColiroRATRDI In Kentucky connected by Its Long Distant line with all principal points thirtyfive States and Territories has established an exchange inHattford and surround jog country They wish to make their Berylce comprehensive and valua ble as possible and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living In the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug store Hartford Ky C P NOWLIN Manager J RAGLAiNDPATIN AGENTS FOR uveivd Scai JLouuticvj pflico County Court Clerks Office I v 1 FOR THIS SEASON We will tell at retail the Cele brated Delker Buggies Driv ing Wagons Pbaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prIces for CAhill This work it original in design correct in proportion graceful in out line Standard of over 40 years Wo have EugicFrom If in want ofanything in tho Vehicle line we can save you money Call aqd inspect our Slylea and ee JODCDELKER S9NSy1111112 rn C 3 r 0 L 1C JJ S tj t J I I t 14 2Ct rt r IJJUP t Was never bettor than NOW for now is the stiizio when our Bargains are biggest and brightest ifour house you wilt find our different depart 3- i monta complete with tim latest Summer Wear Wo are oflbring now somo special things in thin +3 Wish Goods qualities that usually soil at 150to lBoour special price is lOc L If you are looking for sheer White Goods such 2 44laris Muslin Nmnsnnlr India Linens Corded 9 Novelties Etc wo have thorn at from Co to Too per yard 4Wo have received another picco of the 44inch black Cheviot for Skirting a regular The L2 4 quality our special price 60c 3IYdstiPoles to match at lOc each In our Clothing Department wo are making J 44SOUO special prices on Summer wear such as 4 f ergo Cont mnck Ilstor ContS tinen Suits Etc 6Now would lo an excellent time igot anyof these goods at n special price Our Staple Department is in a healthy condi r tion Wo are still selling Shirting Domestic Ta hIe Linen Blenched Cotton Cottonado tccheap 44 or than our competitors Try us and see if wo 7s s dont Bring us your Hams Eggs Chickens Feathers 73 Etc Highest market prices paid a t4BiIEMBER THE PLACE t C Cit iO 2ItjJ +++++ + +++ + It tyHartford Republican r 20tFRIDAY JUNE C rOnly 50 Cents to make your babystrong and wdflit fifty cent bottlo of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cents day think otIL Its as nice as cream send for a free Mmpte sud try ILIECOTT a IIOwnrUCtr 409413 rl6tftd New otk- Soc I ud ic0 all drunUta Come to the convention tomorrow Tweddell walcM good meal Try him tr 1VintedCouQtry Haaas at C rsoa Bros CUyReiuunptls chock Suit ol good s WnntedFrylne chickens at Cur 4ao Pros Rev G Iiiahaving his hpuae plallt red I tjj- Rverythlng Bobd lo ut at City Rifl taurant A Mr F It Smith was In Oweniboro this week Mr Will Collins went to Kvansvllle Tuesday I Nicest Frnlts In Hartford at City Restaurant MIas Attic Wedding Is visiting friends at Dundee Mr J W Candor ol Narrows was In town Monday Cheese Sa hsaee Ham aud Cracktn at City Restaurant Jj 1r U W Ford was In LulyIlte tFe first of the week Mr Joel nimore of WtsletOeld I wiis In town yesterday Mr Wts Miller ol Horse Branch WAS In town Wednesday Proto A P Taylor has returned to his home In todd county Soda water temonade and Pbos phates it City Restaurant J Prol L K Mtlliblte Whites rflle was in townyesterday f Uver bOdY should turn out to the a convention here tomorrow A ffe Everybod1Ceme to the Masonic 1Iarbecde at tfiJflIf28 9 Presheat aJattIest line of Cakes in HartfordaXClty Reitaufant v tale seed potatoes I i o CARSOHHRO3 1 r tlttIiiskT tichenor1 Centra 1 tfGroveavlstlng little MtsirMyrtt VHWav p t Mr Lon Rogers ol Greenabarg is fa tows Myl rayl whit delicious Ice Cream and Sheibet at City Restaurent Quite a number el Hartford people will go to Mt Vernon Sunday ilr J W Daniel and daujbterMIH Annie were In town Saturday Misses Katie and Pearl TboffiM are vliltlng reUtlves at Ocvensboro Mr John J McHenry ol Lonlsvllle was in town Saturday and Sunday A new supply of trimmings lor thin Iresa rood CARSON at Co Pay up your subscription and vote for your Mends in our voting contest Mr D llf Hockertt visiting his daughter Mrs Oscar Bishop at Cor bin Ky Mr U a Carson is vlslUn rela tlvee at Drakesboro Mublenburg cOunty Mrs Lee Canes ol Penrod Ii visit- Ing her parents Mr and Mrs U S Ragland Mrs J 8 Glenn and Miss Minnie Mcintyre spent Sunday with friends it Ceralvor Everybody should attend the open- Ing hail at Sulphur Springs tomor rowBlght m- Capti S KCoxa d wile went to Oweniboro Sunday returning Mon day night Judge Mllltrla iis his office again alter an abseneVof on account ofslcknesar City Restaurant is the most upto date place In Hartford Call and see foryoufself Miss Sallie Taylorwho has been at tending school at Louisville has re turned home Mr and Mrs Sam P Bennett ol Narrows visited rtlitivEs near Ceral vo last week Mrs T R Barnard and Miss SadIe Eudaly of Smallhouse went to LouIs vllle Tuesday Our 250 Spring Neckwear Is as hand some as the 500 kind most stores sell CARSON Co Mrs Tisha Johnston ofHrislivlll IndlsvlsIOal banister Mrs Rob ert Forrester New Creations In Mens floe The awellest are here CARSON CO DsJeise Beau who had been at tending a medical school ia Louis vllle iaat home Mr Chatlle Sturgeon nn officer 01 the Steamer Crescent City is it town r Little Misa Uyttle WillaaiJ whi has been sick for the put two weeks la not much Improved r 1 That hot spell is on the road I flows your thin underwear Plenty here CARSON Co Mr Kd Davidson has made some very attractive Improvements to lilt residence recently Mr Luther C jiof Louis ville Is spending a few days with relatives near town Everybody come to the Masonic Barbecue at Dundee and hear the old time fiddlers contest t1Onrstill unbroken Come and see- CARSON Co Mrs A n Wells ol Owensboro Is visiting her nephew Mr R A An derson near town 1Drand will occupy It soon The figured patterns III out Summer Shirts are new Come and seer CARSON Co County Attorney W H Barnes and Claud Smith attended Esquire Rones conrt at Centertown Monday Mrs Della London and son Loyd of Henderson are visiting Mrs Lon dons niece Mrs C M BaruetLt It cont pay to buy poor clothes lor he boyand you wont If you buy here CARSON Co Now is the time to buy thin dress 11ComeWe have clothes built to hold the boys that are bard on them CARSON Co Many a boy has been hung on a tail because be had on a pair of our Tough Trousers CARSON Co Mr Henry Williams ol Narrows has moved his family to St Louis where they will resIde In the future Rev 01J Rogers Springfield is falling the family of his motherIn aw Mrs Amanda Barnett near towL Mrs F M Westerfield who has at Pleasant 11RIdgereek II you want to see the biggest crowd oUhe season come to the Ma- nIc Barbecue at Dundee Ky June the 28th to Mr Sam Cox In was In Sontbcc arrollton last week on nature of which it would be unfair to lIlentlonfcMiss Ella Bell who has been visit- Ing the family ol Mr Tie Williams elt lor her home at Pleasant Ridge esterday The Pension Examining Board suet here Wednesday W WJohnson ol Naxwellwu the only applicant lot wmlnatlon a Dating the storm last Friday night lightning struck Mr ItVSwalns real lence at Beaver Dam and damaged It consldtfably Ice Crtsm Ice Cream Soda Ice ida Lemonade BonBons Coca Cola all kinds of Ices and everything cool at Griffins Lee Millard lost a horse and Ham Miller a cow by lightning dnrlngthet- orm in the community of Beever DamIIMr B B Winfrey and Miss Nora lass were marrietSla the County cJ Jerks Office FrldayRiev G J Bean sildthe ctrempny a Mr Russd Townsend who has been la Hartford for the put twelve ls moutbjwill return to his home at- Cobdell a III today Clint Smith and Arthur Johnson whowere JaJail uerenaderlndlctmenU ror illegal whisky selling were released oabond yesteidsy Our correspondents must not fall to algathelreal names to their letters not for publication but we must know who does the writing R L TweddclJ is aow ready to rrlad your corn Satisfaction guar steed Mill located southend iron ridge Hartlord Ky tf Remember the singing classes are aU Invited to take part In the contest for the gold medal at the Masonic barbecue at Dundee June 28IMraTJllza CiteofSu1phurSprings- as In town yesterday Mrs Gate brought us ta twin bean hull the double of the kind we have ever seen Col C M Barnett has bought the Guntber business house on the west- sIde of court square and will erect a brick businets house on the site Henry Gods Y son oljohn Godsey died at the residence of his father near Olaton Tuesday He had jut attained his majority and was unmarried Miss Zaba Barnett Owensboro and Mr R J Barnett Rives Tenn are expected to arrive today to be the guests 01 relatives In and near town Mr Jno to RUey lisa boflghttbe- eentyoot lot adjoining his new building on Market street and will erect a Business hoUse on Ittonce Mr George T JBdwarda nid Miss Ada were married yesterday at the fealdebce of the bride near Roslne Rev LBFy Romans oftdat In r Rev jon Rogers of Springfield t L1wlI1 preach at the Baptist church in Beaver Dam next Sunday night Bro Rogers Is one ol our county boys and everybody should come to hear hlta B W COAKIV Pastor 9 Fresh Roasted Coffee at Carson Bros The second white teachers exami nation Is being held here today and tomorrow Mrs Juo W R gland and Mrs Martha Johnson ol Pleasant Ridge gave ns a pleasant call ycf terday Interest In our prize contests growing every day and the feache s who want to win these valuable prizes should get out and work for Admiring friends have added this week the name of Mr William Carson 01 Beds to the list ol popular teachers to be voted for In our prize contest Mr William Bverly died ol flux Mondayat his residence near Wes and was burled in DeWs Run cemetery Tuesday He leaves a wife and several children Miss Lizzie Hunt daughter of ex Coroner L W Hunt of Narrows has accepted a position in a department store in St Louis Miss Hunt left lot that city last week The Knights of Leisure a new fraternal league organized here some ago Is gaining new members dally Daily meetings are held on the pavement In front ot the Hartford louse Prof John B Taylor and family of were the guests of Mr P Neals family yesterday Prof Taylor was lor mer ly a citizen of Ohio county but is at present Superintendent of Schools at Mlddlesboro Ky County Superintendent James De Weese and Profs C H Ellis and li- D Maddox will leave Monday for Lexington where they go to attend the State Teachers Association which meets in that city June 24 25 and 26 Mr Sam Bach and Miss Rosa Bach were married at Chicago Illinois last evening Mr Uach is Hartfords popular and enterprising Hebrew mer chant and his wife Is a very beautiful young lady ol Lonlsvllle Tnu RE N wishes the young couple a and happy life In mentioning last week the con tractors of tbe Jno C Riley building we omitted through misinformation include Mr Clay Wllhoyte ol as one ot them Thc- onttactora are Welsh Wllhoyte andI Marks and they are erecting theI most magnificent structure in Hart fordIPratt Dangberty an inmate ol the Hopklnsvllle Asylum committed aulI cide by cutting his throat with a case knife at that Institution Sunday Daugberty was a citizen of the Baize town country and was adjudged a lunatic and sent to the Asylum about year ago He was about forty years old and leaves a wife and several chil hen W H Browna distiller of Leltch Geld was arrested and taken to Ow ensboro Tuesday charged with oper ating a distillery In the absence of a United States Storekeeper Wedo not know how the matter occurred but judging from our observation oi Mr Brown in three months duty at his distillery we feel sure he had no- ntention ol violating the law Mr Sherman Vlck was here Mon Mr Vick tells us that his son the youthful drummer we referred to lew weeks ago says we are a poor judge oi a boys age The little fellow not quite ten we gave his age at careless guess as thirteen Anyway he is the youngest traveling man in Western Kentucky If not in the whole country The jail birds have adopted new bylaws and are vigorously enforcing discipline Splltlngon the floor and swearing are strictly piohlblted Pun ishment is corporeal and is inflicted without special regard for the feelings ol the offender Chastain the house breaker who was jailed Wednesday had to undergo punishment before submitting to discipline lie Is quiet now Mrs T H Carson died at her home In the No Creek neighborhood yesterday afternoon of old age The remains will be interred today in the Carson graveyard Mrs Carson KSS the last Burvlvlngaunt of Col Colt Barnett Her sons Revs F t and Robert 01 Illinois J L of Warren county and George GCarson of Lewlsburgwere at her bedside We publish this week a report by the recent grand jury on the condition of our public buildings which should have the attention of the Fiscal conrt Esch office In the court house Is too small for the purpose for which It wllbullt except the County Judges office The Circuit and County Court offices could be relieved by a basement for storing old records but theCouny Attorneys and SherifFs offices are entirely too small The game between the Hartford and Haytl teams Saturday was short but interesting Dud Taylor of Haytl was the pitcher and Henry Collins alias SmokebaUt was the catche- rTylbrpltched a sharpedged brjck and Smokebalinot belngprovlded with a mask caught the brick sharp edge foremost on hlAhadOf course thIs clumsy catch ended the gameand uSmbkebair went for a dOctor to sew up his head Both teams came up smiling Sunday inor lugiuii agreed to let the dead past bury Its dead DICK NICHOLS i Is Robbed Shot at and Jailed Three Times for LoveI Because Dick Nichols of Barren county loved pretty Miss Pedan he lidsbeen shot utj robbed jailed three times and suflered Innumerable other tortures of body and mind DickI thought he and Miss Pedan were go tng to marry on a given day but a day earlier Miss Pedan was wedded to Hlner Stevens and came to Ohio county where the newly marked couple stopped temporarily with the grooms lather Mr Taylor Stevens neat Centertown Dick followed onI a few days later and persisted in fre quenting the Stevens residence at night and peeping in at the windows lot a last lingering loving look atI his faithless sweetheart However Mr Taylor Stevens could not lul1yI appreciate the harmless motives which prompted the peeping acton Dicks part and took a crack at him with his shotgun Dick fled up the road taking a shot at Neptune as he ran for scare purposes Dick was arrcsted a jew days later at Central City charged with shooting with In tenftb kill and lodged In jail here Wb n his trial came OR the attorney lot thejCommonwealth was unable to cite the court to any statute against shooting at Neptune and Dick was discharged from custody and sent toI blsf home near Glasgow This inci dent occurred some time in March and about April 19 Dick set out to try his fortune in the West We should perhaps mention here that In the meantime Hlner Stevens rod his wife the former Miss Pedan had located somewhere in Iowa and perhaps Dick was bent on trying the window peeping act again But stop plngovernt Danville 111 Dick met a couple of friendly strangers whoJ knocked him down and robbed He reported the mishap to the police who captured the robbers immediate ly and Dick waslocked up to holdt him as a witness against them robbery occurred April 22 and three lays later Mr Taylor Stevens barn was burned near Centertown Wit nesses swore they saw somebody resembling Nichols In the neighbor hood ol Centertown the afternoon be lore the barn was burned and a writI was issued for Dicks arrest Sh = Cal P Keown armed with a requlsl Lou from the Governor of Kentucky went to Danville to bring Dick back to Hartford bnt the trial of the robbers was being held and Sherifl Keown had to remain several days to allow Dick to testify against them Sheriff Keown reached here with the unlortunateNJc olsSaturdayc It flU be seen that Mr Stevens c arnwos burned April 25 and Sheila Keowaaya theevlden e tf theiasr 01 the State ot Illinois against the two men referred to showed that Dick vas locked up in the Danville jail Vpril 22 and has been continuously In prison since Dicks attorneys Heavrin Woodward have written the clerk of the Vermilion County III Court for a copy of the record in the robbery case referred to Upon the arrival of this record Dick will likely be given his liberty One of the most interesting games of base ball that was ever played InI the county was that between Hartford jnd Central City at Iougli River Park last Saturday afternoon TheI result oi this hard fonght battle does great credit to our home boys as they I take their first game of the season irbm the Champions Our boys are- S flue shape this year and are ready to do business with any of the adjoin ing counties The score Innings z 23456789T Central City Ooo2ooroi5Za- rtlord a 6100206 0 376 Birthday Party Quite a number of the small folks Responded to little Miss Annie Kcowns Invitation to her birthday party Friday night The little folks spent a dellghtlnlevening at the resI- dence ol Mr and Mrs C P Keown and will long remember Miss Annies eleventh birthday The following juveniles were present Misses Ruth filler Nora Wedding Mary Elizabeth Mark NonIe Rhoads Loraine Sul enger Isabel Fair Elsie Matthews sabelle Thomas Corinne Thomas Winoqa Stevensj Cova Andersen Marie Hardwick Alice Keown Bessie dolllns and Sarah Keown Masters John Taylor Harold Holbrook Douglas Felix McHenry Holbrook barrel Sulleriger Joshua Field Marin Thomas Allison Barnett Byron Foster J W Marks and Charlie Col lins BilQiiesI BUflgies BUggies Lhave on hand a nice lot of Celebrated AMES Buggies and SurKes that I will soil CHEAP These are the very BEST Ve hides made and if you ae in need of a Btiqgy Surrey giVe me a call- S C TAYLOR Liveryman Hartford Ky Notice I have this day set my son Obed LUeiee given him his tithe and ISwljl tiotbereafter be responsible for his conduct or contracts This June 4T002 J T AUBN4 jO P A ft A Cold Proposition JeUcl field KyJone i6On Jdhn I ScrofulaFe- warc free It may develop so Uowly cs to cause IItte It any disturbance during the whole period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity of the eliMiiiich mid bowels dypp ln cnUrrli anil niarkcil tendency to coniutnjtloii bfforo manifesting Itself In much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling It Is best to be sure that you are quits froe from It and tor Its complete eradica lion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparltta Tim best of all tiiedlclnes fur all humors Holmes farm In Ithe eastern part ol Breckenrldge connty there Is a circu leT cavewhere Ice remains all summer Years ago before Ice was manufactured people would come for miles to procure ice for the sick Great Icicles torah during the winter and so large is this frtzen mass that the heat of summer does not cause it to melt On approaching close to the mouth ot thecave on a hot midsum mer day one Is wet by an Arctic draught that chills the morrow So great Is thC difference of tempera ture that It Is dangerous to remain long In the cave Notice- A sufficient number ol Trustees Record Books and Teachers Registers have been received at ibis office to supply each district and the chairman of the respective districts Is expected to call and get these before the beginning the fall term of school Respectfully JAMES DsWussB S C S How it is Done The votes cast In our prize contest are deposited In a box one key of which Is in the possession of Prol Claud Smith and the other one In possession of the editor and the box will not be opened for a count of the ballots and a publication oftbe stand rig of the candidates until the first of- ruly but judging from memory the ontest for the gold watch Is so far between Miss Artie Wilson ol Roslne Miss Dena Woodward ol Center town However only a small number of votes compared to the total number that will be cast before the Institute In October has yet been cast and any other lady teacher baa an equal chance to win tbe gold watch So far Messrs James Duff William Carsonand WD Maddox seem to be breaking about even for the buggy Arrested at Horse Branch Osa Chastlne an itinerant housebreaker and alround thief struck Horse Branch about i oclock Tues day altercoon and went immediately to work at his trade He b toke into Mr Wes Millers residence but stcur cdonly a small amount of snail binge He then prized open a window and began the ransacking act la Henry SUliera residence where he was discovered and aries ted and Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd brought him here Wednesday where he was committed to jail Chastlne isabout twentyfive year old and claims to hall Iron Can tou Miss Letterson bis person bear out his story that hIs parents former ly llvedin Indiana but moved toMis sissippi about a year ago He has a love letter well written rom Flor ence Allen New Lebanon lad in which inquiry Is made about his later Elsie also a letter from his sis ter Elsie dated at Canton Miss clothes are much worse for wear but he has a picture of himself that shows him with a very gentle manly appearance Chastise Is at tempting to play cr zy but his game will hardly go and he is doubtless In It to the extent of a couple of years In the pen a For Sale A nice young Jersey cow and calf T L GRIFFIN Hartford Ky DUNDEE Miss Artie Wedding of Hartford Is visiting her brother Byron Wed- dIng Mrs Maggie Townsend Cobden lit is visiting relatives and friends here Quite a large crowd la expected to attend Children Day at Mt Vernon SundayMrs Clarence Armendt who has been on the sick list is improving Mranl Mrs Byroij Bean visited relatives In Fordsvllle Saturday and SundayThe new store building which Is being put up by Messrs Cox Armendt Is progressing nicely Miss Annie GaInes of Fordsvllle will visit Rev Lawborn and wile this week Mr Chess Cole who was very iiI at last wilting to able to be upagain Prof Morton and wile ol Hartford were the guest ol Mr Will Renfrew Sunday and Monday Mr W H Renfrow was In Leltch field last week Parties are now clearing up and preparing the park for the blgMaso lc barbecue the 28th r A Bad Breath X bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion I bad liver Ayers are liver Th y cure con- stJpatJonbiliousnessj dysj pepsia 3Sc Mt druggliti j flUnt Teurmouluchrl i a bW1II or UI I BUCKINGRAMS DYEM1jL p 444l444t444 I U44lf1444H4IH44H4 R+ IflII44A Suggestions FOR SUMMER WEAR E Lawns OrgandiesSwisses Persian Lawns Challies Girdle Corsets Straw Hats BatistesSilk Paris Muslins Skirts Silk Nets Waists Underskirts Summer Hosiery Fine Silks i Dress Goods fParasols Belts Brooches Ties Fan Chains Fans Lockets Summer Corsets Belt Pins I j r The above articles are warm weather and you pleased when you come and are certain tq please you in Tire New and Novel things the first thing and at tim ProprletorSkirt 5he DiCood Let us help you Hartfords Jlt it t it on tt it t t HI 1 j at I Has an t tc A general lino Merchandise Furnishing Goods will be mado a of Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes a firstclass General Store To theThese goods wore bdughtfor the people at the very shortest my stock and voniparq my prce The BEST prices paid in H taken in exchange for goods with Country Produce bring your and return SAM with the best t cClm lCOSTNO ScORE THAN PLAN ONES U- WhftBronzeMarble U entirely out of date Granite soon gets aossgrown discolored requires constant expense and are and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth BesIdes it Is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action ol frost ilosSgrowth Is an Impossibility It is more artistic banany stone Then why pot Investigate It has occo Iuupn rot 0011 one u1uu c monuments- and by thousands ol delighted customers Inall parts ol the country It has been on the market over 25 years and is en established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We hundreds ol beautiful designs ofill grades of work and want to have you see them If you are Interested In a monument headstone maker or grave cover Oa receipt of a postal card will be pleased to calPwlth designs and sample ol White Bronze Yours truly D I RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Cpnn Cumberland Telephone Telegraph fhl CuriiberMrid Telephone Telegraph Company has issued sttonuont of its business for thomonth of May and the increase in tho numbbr subecribors is shown as follows Number osubscribersl y 1 1902I83D97 No subscribers added during ray4490 No subscriberadisoontinued Mny241Q Not increase for the month 2053 Total No subscribers in systemTkray 311902I8515c 1 t p 0 q ICASIOR1- 4I or AwCclablc Preparalionlbr he Food amtllegufa- flngthStomachsnxv1BoIsot Promotes DigcslionChccrrur nl8S aix1BstCoiitans lc norNhtcrol KOT TiAllC OTIC I Ai RIIhiIa 4ZrJmi4 itid fl1lTtWtZZIl1rHJR p I lir CorConsUpanon IIIM trWl- rt ormsColv 5io lSFcverish ness nml Loss OF SLEEP FacSurulo Sltfnnlure of NKV VOUK 1TCQAPPm1 CASTO mAF- orInfants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought sinatur9I I For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Tw CITUN CO Noj scw YOU em t Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE We aro going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popu Jar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Alsp an Al BUGGY to the most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons ofTUB HEIUULICAN shall determine the Con test in tho manner following For each 25c In Cash paid on subscription to TIrE REPUBLICAN ho shall be entitled to cast one voto for a Lady and one for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances und now subscriptions all count alike Cut out tho coupon below fill in the name of the Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to voto and mark the num her of votes you are entiled to in r plain figures on tho Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in cure of u committee to ho appointed by tho County Superintendent The ballots will bo opened and counted by the committee and tho property transferred to tho winners on the first dayoftlio Ohio County Teachers Institute which will be held the first or second week in October OOcrEO v Votes for Miss as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr a tlio most Popular Gentleman Teacher in OhioCounty I Signed o t PO Biliousness Makes f Chronic Invalids Jr When the Uwr U torpid and fall to do lu worO If the bile enter the blood u a virulent pouoa Then eoiMt eonitlpation buloune tick headache fever and malaria i The only treatment that gins the liter JUt the right touch and itaru Nature work to the right mannarll LJ5J1be pin touehe th Urer 8S dote lor V day eot O eenU and no leu your cat I exceedingly bid you v viU be weU before you tlnUb tiitnj Bampl free Poraaleat M all dealer I For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky t i f COLLINS SALOON IELwPwqxsrHandles tho BES r id PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town OldVlJarkcr Rye Old W S Stone and t j- jt Old Internutionaljisiecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer 4 BB COLLINS CO I c 4 f VV Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 20 IlllnolsContral Railroad Tim o Tablo Nw tlmt card taking effect Snnday Dec t 100 at noon North Round Month Ilnnnil No llSdoe 517 n in No Ill dn lll7 n in No IttdaeMTp ni No 101 due IU p lu- NoIUduMrsopm No 131 Jut841 y DI lornl Freight No1t4 due 7Wm NolM do JW pm HnVAHMrr Alta LuLS W k ALL tLt A1L- SI3i It Cug bynp Tail Uoud V- tnhlL oIjbydruflitL CONSUMPTION GOLDEN ROBE Which King Edward Will Wear Is A Gorgeous Garment London June i6Tlie Kings golden robe has finally been completed It It is a gorgeous garment sohped like a ptiesla cape composed tl the finest cloth ofgold the elaborately embroid ered in rich colors Twenty to thirty girls of and royal school of art needle It work spent three months In making the robe His uUljOsty has ordered lhalnn ojd royal barge built for ti George II be made seaworthy This magnificent idle with its elaborate canopy and high stern will once more be floated out Virgin water and the kings jolly water men who wear brilliant carlet liveries have been or dered on duty at Windsor where the castle lake alter many years will soon be the scene of a royal water pa geantThe musical ritual of the coronation service announced today shows that former settinge hive been closely f 1 lowed with a fev notable additions Chief of these are the anthems aped ally composed by Sir Frederick Bilge organist of Westminster Abby Sir Walter Parratt organist ol St Georges chapel royal Windsor acd master of the kings music and Sit Charles Hubert Parry director of the royal college of music The last named I Was Glad signalizes the entrance of the royal party into Westminster Abby Midway in the an them a break is made so that the boys of Westminster school may exercise their anthem privilege of greeting their majestlys by shouting Viva t Regina Alexandra Vivat Rex Ed wardusA feature is that the choir instead of directly going on with the anthem will echo the refrain lieu the boys who will be high up in the trantep The actualcrowning of the kingwill be accompanied by a special setting by Sir Walter Patratt while Sir Frederic Bridges homage anthem will follow un Kindly Take Notice that Elys Lquld Cream Balm is of great bene fit to those sufferers from nasal ca tarrh who cantot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used In any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is 75 cts Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Keep Zt in Your Home And when the bowels fall to act property takea dose of LVONs IMXATIVS SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAlIenlRoslneKy Notice of Reunion- At a meeting of the Councilor Ad ministration of the Green River Asso ciation of ExFederal Soldiers hed at Beaver Dam Ky June 5th it was de termined by unanimous vote of those present that the time of holding the Reunion this year st Rockport Ky be fixed mr the 4h day of July in r lead of on the 4h of October ns voted nt Morgiintown Ky at last Reunion The meeting was regularly called by E P James President of the Assocla tion and was attended by the follow ing named members of the Council Capt A B Stanley Jno H Perry H C Shaver and Henry C Truman Other members oi the Association were present agreeing with the Council in making the change in the time of meeting Members of the Association and others having Interest in same will take notice ol the change in the time of meeting and govern themselves accordingly E P JAMES Piesident By H C TRUMAN Secretary All Crops in Promising Condition The crop report issued by the local Weather Bureau for the week ending June iostated that the weather condi tions have been most favorable for I crops duringthat period The temp erature until last Saturday night was above normal and there had been local showers throughout every portion of the State Wheat U ripening fast and harvesting will begin Irithe west ern portion of the State this week Corn has made a fine growth and is being well cultivated The acreage was larger than was expected on ac count of tome tobacco and wheat land being devoted to corn Tobacco is nearly all set and the acreage has been somewhat reduced because of a lack oi favorable weather for transplanting in the western por tion of the State and a scarcity of plants in the eastern and central sec tions The crop is generally In good condition iu spite ol some damage I 11111ROUGH RIVER being cheap and necessary patronizs home folks can buy your own phones your own lines and be In distance with the whole roun points generally by a reasonable rent to the Telephone Company or be at the whole expense II so We connect with all In Companies For partlcu on D M Manager Ky Ieaioa ilrnilly work troll IoiniHI So Stir llrrlrnrllun hjr Prof fharlm 11 DUll M Ifltflu147 latrrmtlDR Look enllalo le tbrllllDK and ncroratf awonl i lrr that nor IwWI tb hun5u nn tbaD 1oiuprll Tells hoi ODI ul the most twiitltml Wand II waR nddMily tmituruitd Into a vr About toO 18 profnwl lUoitnttal taken belore and after diana oaly Unrtlnqnt hook in th now litliU oo having Itof sad no other lktanlkorlarK Illmtratt rknUflcoll amraU AKcnlo Wall If Knornibni thuw who act qikkl Most liberal IJIMEDUTK1Y and be at work nl n lifetime for nnkliK money =i8 lh St rhllnJ l bln la YORK WORLD eaWeek EdltlonAt a Daily at tile Price of Ilratl1 ramMilen It urrr list tbe on Jut tbe came nail It U lull olncwi new nit at It fepromptly nd all that loa kai to do Utoloul 01 TbeThricesVek Edltlono World wblca roran to ttwioli tint a erWorld OIHernm aiapnli newt baR rlrra It tlmlntlun wher language I tiokra and yoi HiWfk World regular nloottlr oab l Uxrjar w newspaper and Till lUrrBLKiK toyear for 9160 brrlptloi prIce ol the two pa CASTOnXA1bibYrtflariAlasiiBi lIdlJl Chautauqua Lake Park Mary On tho Croat of tho Mountains the most superb lbte summer resort in Amen feet above sea level 350 iu Improvements and place retains its charming Five hotels and loc bpeli for boarders at reasona This resort is the site of Mountain Chantanqua ant schools and of the grea itself and is annually vis thousands ot persons who art in mind by the unex nfiorded for education and invigorated In body by giving influence for which of the mountains is fa tickets may be obtained B 0 SouthWestern Iron to September 3ith good re until October jist 1902 low rates during July ant for the Chautauqua and other Information about at entertainments summe sessions etc will be furnlshet to icqnirles addressed to L Mountain Like Park information on the subject 01 time of trains apply to Agents B O SW R R or d BROWN PasVr Agt- Louisville Ky o p MCCARTY Genl Passr Aet Cincinnati Ohio LiB LRailwy HENDERBOH BOUTE to do a large excuhfoi from July 3ht lu Augui all points on their line tcJ Oweneboro Chautauqua like it has ever coma to For twelve days tho very most attractive Chautauqui are to be placed in the beau Hills Park near Owens is almost bounded by line of railway Ever has been catered to Then popular lectures by Gen Gor Wheeler Dr MacArthur Taylor W H Sears Mrs of the Ladies Homo Journal M Stone the ransomed Lieut Hobeoti Dr Johi tbo Scottish Spurgeon and others and every day and will be given a series 01 delightful entertainments of everything from slight and jugglery to the bighes popular music and movinj and their families will bt interested iu the coming o Stahl Secretary of the Na Congress and every a great pyrotechnic display given by LaRoees electric tWJ feet larger than the out the Worlds Fair that the Hendersoi the most popular paasengei Kentucky will give you full Information about thi features of this assembly any of their agent or yoi to the Superintendent oi W G Archer On Ky and he will send yoi booklet containing full in as to camping and Hvinj and the complete program LJ Irwin G P A LOWRATES WESTVIA B c O SW S andanACCIUNT BIENNIAL MEETINQ KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS- Tfetrti wlllWiold Auguat lot to Sib Inrlnnlr Denver0010BUNDA kkrU lIIbuoIdJaaet1 t to J3J Inclolro HOj SALT LAKE UTAH BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE OH DER ELKS TIt lIIt oM AuriBit S to S IniUIti IMt For parllralr lrrpingrarretc mil nn an agent 8 db O S77rn-radilrwH lli uolri lnn l o p MCCARTY Cltneral ramwairrr Aatn- ntlaaUOblo RS BROWN IHttkt Pawaxtir Agent 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ATTENTIONWhen In llarnikurii rail UB Win li hlnn dealer la Iaro lralkt WnUkW AI U set IVack Ilraadle Amt 1nik Trkr lirmli Cu Jotorder sill rmlf Prompt aftrotlui Th Imt lUll WkUkry U the Xlat Wm CUSHION Owensboro i t lPlJlfa ESl Dtfie JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 0 HARTFORD KY Aperlal attention plc t to rofletiomebisg aUtrarttA ito Notary IIMIc for Ohio rune t7 0Orlh14pablleqarJ iiAKrroKi UTe Will prattle kl iirutwlm In all ta marl el Ohio and adjointgrueutkandloirtol Apwa- Ipwti atleeUo niw to all bailneMentruoed to thee Otseoverbtuoiuty lintY I 1 J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law J IlAnrxoRD KY j Will practlr kU nrolewloi In Ohio and adlolaJacoiillrt K eHal atteatloa glientocitbeal- Ie atruUd to bus care 8PBOBY- 4TTORXEYAT LA W jWillOhio cud dolil Kfointlea andrnirtul Appeal Special atUatlon siren to eoUectlont 1 CJC BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practk bit prolMtlon In all thtourUol Ohio and adjoining eoiitle Hperlal attention will be atras to sit bullet ntrutd to hit ear OulUctloni a tptcUltj E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prsetlce hi protMtlon la nfl the courts or Kentucky Hpeclal atttatloa siren to colltttlont ttltmtitol decdnf ettatttroad case aad rrlrtlnal prattle Office iixUlrtUrlffln block J 8 R WEDDING 1ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at tAW HARTFORD KYVWill prartlr kit prolloala nil the court nl Ohio aid adjoining cnintle and tk Court l Ap peal Iromiit attention given tu tilt lutlietn trailed to bin Ufllm In ItirunucAcbuUdig iIBWEPDINGAttorney 1 HARTFORD KT t 1 Will prattle hi prolMtlon la tkeeoirttof Ohio and edjoiaiua ronntle AIo notary Inbllt M U 1IKXVHIK KIINK8T WOODWARD 4 HEAVRINWOODWARDtQlJ3 tV H UTro D KT vit1 praclt their profetnlnn In all the CoirtI olOklocoiitjrandlkiirtuI Appeal Kpe nat attention given rlmlnnl prartl and cotts lion Offlot nail door to link ol llarttonl W K BARNES Attorney at Law ANn COUNTY ATTOhlhiYVlUirrniD Kr Will practice hi profiMlon In allth Courts of Ohio and adjoining coiitle and U the Court ul Appeal Btrlct attention will be ulren to all butlntj entrusted to h4car Colltctlout a peclolty Once In courthoit T O nlOn IIftfOlldna iinIstcb and dudIon misgulcklr pimin free fheUer aa Invention iimblklf ptnLlbl OttatmnlN a lion ltletl1cOnIdsntIai utkMkaa eueavUI tenhfes Oldt c tac tLrt1aUnt Ukt tbruuih rsetviantic without char Is th A issfffsjfirifoortnonlhtil eudhyal ntwK Jtn i CDII ewYnrkI1Ito WuJrlllJlt