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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 4THE llRP1L RENTBLICN 2r Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBS PARIT IN TIE lama CONGRKSPAL DISTRICT H 1 Subscription ia year 1 0I T XIVs HARTFQED KY FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902I No49 tVQL I JACKSON WORSTTOWN IN KENTUCKY i Present Moral Condition a Fit Sequel to Its Political Degradation Newspaper Men Dare Not Tell t the Truth i Specla dlipatch to Commercial Tri butie Iroui Jnckson Ky says The jed slgn of the feud lion every door poitln Jtckson and a town of 1501 ptople Is divided aealBat ItnlrDr B D Cox was the latest victim of the feudbts About 8 oclock ot Sunday night April Tj DrCo- Istarted Stout hl office to answer tiofessfonal call Three reporta of tebeard and hef11 rid died with buckshot not a dozen paces train the tUIrs which led to his office on the second flor of a building at the corner of Court and Main streets r SoterJse Istbe situation In Jackson now that co one dares go on the sttetts ifler dark The number oi traveling talesmen has been reduced 10Oli ball and Circuit Judge D B Redwlne has reluserl to try Tpm Cockrell accused of4 the murder of Ilcnjimlnj flargU because It brings into opposition the two factions and the Judge thinks that it would be worth hisllfe to sit In the case whether the verdIct went one way or tbeothernumber of citlzsns have left town Soiue ot them were closely c IdcntiGed with thorleidera lrtthe feud and Scared that they might be shot down at any time others did not want to live In a town where open VlllrUCsetmrJ imminent and where the fact of being the lukewarm Irlend ONjiixth cousin ot sonic feud leader t night rcsult in the loss ol ones life b Governor Bcckhara his been appealed to for aid now that two judges elect ed by ae refused to suve and bjtttedthst ho will IP flpointrelllll c pROthNftcOn the night of February 19 TomB Cockrell the town Mursbal and Ben IHrala aisoaof JamtslUrcls Co- ontyjJufdIUJpflA In Ja- tleSat4ipA User Coskrell wasC flIngauUila tbe exchange nl bulletn Cockt el tniu dead9u the n aldttr bclngjilmself twice woundeds r pr COJTWM guardian the Cock nell toss There was a large family ol them And he bait the manacenietit ofth caUle winch was wdttU rom fo q tq X5 5wo nlmojt a tInge- IoFtuneinthIisection Dr Cox was jilWelfa young raflnr comp fatrely b1ibctween 3630d38 ye rsoM Iii had married a Miss Cardwell a sister o the famous railroad detective Jeiry Cardwclt who killed John G In Hargl and inaugurated the CJraweliJtarKMfeu Thjs wtfl the a hjeflt9PQe tlo- nwtt1tthCPekielloYI had Its tfleet at in against him bybe opposing faction SlxJcet lour inches In height im 1- tnentelypopnIarandJBntlreiy fearless DrCoz did no ta1edue precaution and went abr nd alter nightfall a bT tbit cilizens have tot done I berlb months unless under pressure 61 the greatestt necessity On the night of his death hc tecelvcd a call to attend William Back and with Michel In hand was preparing to ITSCARES PEOPLEWho collmmptheramlIy gin to cough and the lung are pain ful But It a a fact beyond dis that con sumption la not and cannot be In herited The ml crobe which Arced i dlscae btj b lutely be received by the ihdividuat before cousumpr tlon can be level opedMen and women who have been Af flicted with obstinate cough bron chitis bleedln of the lungsemadatlon and weakness have permanently cured the use of Dr Med ical Discovery It cures the cough heals the mugs amt builds up the body with solid latIzhlecabroken dewuiwt1I Con IanIirif ChaD UcCatlCold4could hut CWIi llcuroothe laottttl doctor trk1dL M 4 fIUdT1044lr1w aJthat I lIt fu conctudedt or EjOoldr4 nit OuleebOth HJKOo dea Mtdlwt OIKOT erv aM the VrecrIpUOu which I- bottlesdld of MedkiLDICOVifltWtlVC or IIIC VivoeIte rrecnitIou ama o lcI UtiJ lam noalmoetenllrcly well and do all work without stlypmlnwltaterertnd can MmwUh tnore tale than I jrum Lt Dr Piercea Common Sense Medical Adviser in paper covers la wai free on receipt of ai onecent tam to cover exrns of riialllngonly Address Dt R Vrierce n a V + v g ii i jii V ti 9g j1 rtf v a pl MIIPJ kwalkresidence when he was shot There were twentyseven holes In his body and four of the shots pent tented his heart lila friends claim that the first two shots broukht him I down and that afterward figure waa seen hastening out toni the ithedo t of n building Vfld standing over the prostrate man poured the third charge into his body to make urecif the work The funeral was the largest ever seen in Breatbitt countflod fully 800 people followed the body to the grave That Dr Cox was aware ol his danger Is evidenced by the fact that not half an hour before his death he said to aJrleadi dont like he looks of thlngs tonight The signs arenot nIgktaadsoaebodyJa going eouIUtIFEtlDS MRROK TOGETHER The majority ol the feuds of Breath itt county merge into one another almost Invariably haying some point of contact It Is always hard to say where one fend begins sad another ends but the beginning of the Card wellHargls feud can probably be traced to the sensational duel between Jerry Cardwell and John G Hargis It grew out of a race for town Mar shal ten years ago In which Cardwell was a candidate and the Harglsea placed a man In the field against him I The primary quarrel between the men was over the vote of a negro Hargis wished to prevent him from voting and as he was an adherent of Cardwell that candidate naturally In misted that he be given the right to alf his ballot It was in October 1896 that the men finally had their death struggle Hargis boarded a train on the Lexington Eastern roid at Beattyville Junction He was intoxicated and disorderly and the conductor called on the train detec ive who at that time happened toe Jerry CardwellpNo one seems to know exactly the fight began but at any event almost assoon as Cardwell stepped Into the door of the coach both men were ung at each other In the aisle of the t- rowded coach Intense excitement revailed and passengers crawled on er the seats during the fusillade oth men emptied their revolverssHargls was shot over the right eye the neck and in the body Any of the wounds woald have proven fatal I- ardwetl received one bullet la the bight arm arid another in his rightv ecast He owed his life to the facto hat this second bullet at rack a bunvie of papralll his pocket andwaa O- lightly deflectedoAL LITTLE KILLED Another killing which was by some thought to have been connected with to this same feud was that of Al Little who was at the time proprietor of thetn notorious Red House which Is known far and wide throughout Breathltt and the adjoining counties Many ofathe lital brawls which have occurred Jackson happened at this red blind tiger on a bilinear the edge ol toWnC This Is a local option town but moon shine could be obtained at all tina this resOrt Little was shot bya Jesse Fields a famous sharpshooter add Eversole adherent la the Prenche versole fend but Fields adventurous career was Itself terminated by Mpse by Peltner before he could be prosecuted for the killing of Little The lather of the feuds In Breathltt county was Captain Bill Strong a 1AmeaThe former feud began on account of the alleged stealing of shoats front Strong by the Ames faction Open warfare resulted The Strong house bold wasbealeeed by his opponents In force audit was only by chance that a little negro boy managed to slip through the lines with a horse and ridelo Jackson fpr Edward Marm cum who was Strongs Lieutenant in the Civil WarV Matcnm gatheredc party of friends and rode to the assls tanceof his ormerCaptalnIIA pitched battle followed in a cornSo field with many fatalities Later the StrongAmes forces again met and be Sought It out until there were severala dead on each side Following this bushwhaclclng was indulged in lor several years until the Ames were driven from the county The Strongs however were to meet with reverses a for in their feud with the Callabans which arose soon after Captain Bill Strong was waylaln on his way home from church in company with his daughter and her child and was shot to death He was the backbone of his faction and with him out of the- mway the Cnllahana jiad po difficulty IfjLdMyiug his eons and their nearest rejajlyes from the county m WORST TOWN ItS NTVCKYb Jackson Is known as one of the t worst towns in Kentucky It is 16 cated on the Kentucky river and is fourIsquare Bre the principal thorough fares There is no street lightning a yet a wayfarer at night carries a Ian tern at the risk rot having It mad theI Ittarget1 J and It isno unusual thing to find Ian terns In the middle of the street In the morning where they have been thrown the night before so that the owner rnightget out of the range oI fire Citizens are often compelled to throwaway their lights and lay nat on their races In themud to avoid shots The discharge of revolvers in the streets is taken as a matter of course and this shooting became so common In one section near the river that it was dubbed tbe Philippines The true situation here has just leaked outi as the correspondents have not dared publish the pews and the most serious trouble isantlclpat ed at anytime Is everybody In Jackson carrying a CUB your correspondent asked a citizen No two he responded laconically JI FranceIhlch fa demonstrated by the banquet doea iot date back many years It was under the SecondEmpire during the expedition to Morocco that it came Into the dietary of the French soldiers The expeditionary colnmn had nothing to live upon so it slew and ate the horses and every one was agreeably surprised at the quality of the meat Emile Decrolx a veter- Inary surgeon with the troops resolved to profit by the experlece Arrived In Paris be set about popularizing I the horse as food He distributed meat gratuitously to the poor population In his ptopaganda he Interviewed the Prefect and Ministers and even had audience of the Emperor He opened the first hippophsgous butchery In the Place dltalle in 1866 It was the siege of Paris that caused the flesh of horses to be regarded as a positive delicacy That was 32 years ago How has the nation progressed since Paris has now 350 shops where they sell the meat all are pros ening Last year 30000 were slaughtered and eaten horsesI Toulouse Lute and Orleans taken to horse eating The meat is cheaper than beef Whereas one paysI francs the liver for good fillet of beef it only costs alfranc if you take horse The animal that was eateaI the other day with such eclat had a- ingular history It won several steeple chases at Auteull and BblsCol orabes It was an English mire IUldI tsusme was HellGwytlr friNovein ar 1893 the crowd on the course was ery irritated at the deleat of the fav nite In the preceding race It re- enged itself by throwing stones ne of the stones struck the left eye Nelle Gwyn and ruined the sight Nevertheless the noble beast won the race She deserved a better fate than l be eaten r In many instances attacks ofcholera orbua terminate fatally before mcdir cine can be procured or a physician summoned The safe way in to keep t band a reliable medicine for use In such cases For this purpose there is nothing so sure at Chamberlains olic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy W B Bosworth of LaFayette h Ala says In June 1900 I had a attack of cholera morbus and one dose of Chamberlains Colic Chol ra sod Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relief In fifteen minutes For sale aU druggists m CASTORIAFor he Kind You Have Always Boughtt Dears theAS1gnturCof LOffiM I dont like full moons I love wan and waning lights that half conceal and hall reveal the beauties of the midnight world Let others rave about the glory ot overfull harvest oons that drip with luscious splen pr like some great jnlcy plum held s- arelsely by a thoughtless hand but ive me the tender reserve al a moon om which time has stolen something f its youthful excess and merldan completeness leaving a chastened auty in Its stead like the smile on face that has been washed by tears Road It In His Newspaper George Schaub a well known Gertman citizen ol New Lebanon constant reader of the DaytonVolks zeltnng He knows that this papera alms to advertise only the best columns and when he saw Chamber lains PalnBalm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitUe in buy ing a bottle ont for his wife who for eight weks had snflered with the ost terrible pains in her beck and could gel no relief He aystAlfer using the Pain Balm for a few days y wife said to me I feel as thoughl orflanew and before using ire contents of the bottle thennbeara ble pains lied entirely vanished and shecoulr aVatn take up her house hbld UU He is very thankful and hopewthatahI soBering likewise will hear of her wonderful recpvery byll0 For Conmp Iou ilkbolterdruacUt win rotund Uw money lrlco Xo 9 t = Vt MISSED ALL THE FUNV How the R E Lee Beat ui NatcnezIn Va Famous Race John Wlcst engineer nt the pump Ing station pf the Louisville Water Company is the only surviving per son who was aboard Lee when she made theIbertn race with theNatchez lerJpnrnal It U said that MrWeistU description 61 the race is the most cor rect statement of the contest ever phb fished He Ha given his recollection oi the boat and the race as follows bulltatIby CjoJnW Cannon left the Portland wharf Jn the tall of 1866 for New Orleans to go ipto the VIckiburg trade Her engN neers were Wra jerkins first engi neer Thomas Berry second engeneer John WI eat and Huston as strikers her engines were fortytwo inches in diameter tenfoot stroke eight boil ers forty two Inches in diameter thirtytwo feet long four flues her paddle wheels were fortyfive feet In diameter eighteen by three feet buckets I remained on her for three years then went with Commodore Parasot up the Yazoo river to take charge of one of his boatsV j The steamboat Natchez came out in 1869 She was built in Cincinnati and was expressly destined to be faster than the Lee thl two boats run ning In the same trade from New Or leans to Vlcksburg 400 miles the Lee leaving every Tuesday and the Natchez on Saturday There was great rivalry between the two boats sa- to which one was the taster In the spring of 1870 the Lee left the Vicks burg trade and went into the New Orleans and Louisville trade leaving every other Thursday the Natchez dropping out of the Vlcksburg trade and going to St Louis leaving every soICapt Leathers of the Natchez pub lished that she would leave on the Lees day and show she was the last boat of the two to that threw the gauntlet to Capt Cannon On the arrival of the Lee at Vicksbnrg from New Orleans I went abord of her and asked Capt Cannon Jf he was going taketkerlie saliWiopfc t would leave on his regular day and pay no attention to the Natchez but when be arrived in the Ohio river the merchants got after him so he chang ed his mind and on the arrival at Cairo he telegraphed to me to be ready to go on the boat to New Or eacs when she arrived Then I knew the race was coming off We arrived at New Orleans Tuesday evening then went to work to prepare for the ace Thursday evening at 5 oclock On the down trip we had taken on pine knots for fueV at Red river at New Orleans we took on all the coal we could carry without ovenloaditig the boat every thing that was surplus on her was taken off to lightener CAt CANNONS ORDERS Ou Thursday Capt Cannon called all the officers together for instruc ions as to leaving on Thursday June 30 He wanted everybody ready at 5 oclock the pilot In the pilot house but not in sight the engineer at the throttle valve the mate to have one stage plank out and so balanced that one wan could balance it clear of the and one line out with a man o cut it with an ax and he would not ring any bells but would give one tap of the bell for ell Instructions The United States Inspector Whit more of New Orleans came aboard just before we left and Inspected the safety valve and the lockup valve locked anil sealed the same At 5 oclock one tap was given f man cut the rope one man ontheI plank to tip it clear of the wharf pilot In the pilot house rang the backing bells and the WlldBoV was off The reason of this was the Natchez had made ber brags that she would not leave until after the Lee for she was going to pass her in sight of New Orleans As we passed St Marys market where all time fs ta from a cannon was fired As he Natchez passed the same given point a cannon was fired only one minute and a lew seconds difference nd that was the closest she ever came to usVTnOUBLS WITH TUB MACHINERY Now our difficulties We had a fiveInch hot water pipe to pull apart In the hold but we repaired It without stopping This happened about five miles from New Orleans Also dur ing the night we sprung leak In one our boilers and Jt began to look ike we would haye to go to the bank for it was putting put the fires under three boilers andwewere hardly able to supply It with the doctor pump the leak was so great We tore down the sheet Iron work under the boilers and made the Inspection We discov ered that there was nodangerln it if we could only atop the leak We took hemp and cut it into bits VTheflI we put the hemp In the pump f I era and started the pump and forced the hemp into the boiler and repeated stopej putting upon us Just before day Ijght I stepped out on the guards to chow close she was nnd jnstatthat and4iought6 I Vjardsof us At that time we were getting in shape again then we began to pull away from her Sbm time In tile morning Capt Cannon came lute tine engine room and requested Mr Perkins not to run the boit so taut as we were rapidly pulling away iou I ine Natchez Mr Perkins said to Jum that the Natchtz was not bother IteamerVilacess t1trstrccorduptothat time btit p aPt Cannon said we were too tubthind totake them but we took thom anyway We were otitontbe wharf lee her RO by and she was going then If she ever did in her life Ex c rIOO boats and tugs went up the river to Watch the race The Mlssls strloing out touee the boats go by JA person told me two years alter ward that lie was one of the party of tWenty who camped out seventy miles bove New Orleans to watch the boats go by Some of them had come as far as miles from the interior 6courae they had their jag with hem and had sampled it too much rtiey lefttwo men to which for the mIng of the boats and the others went to sleep alto and never wakened mill next morning when the boats were np above Red River They bad ijlssed all the fun At every city one river there were big crowds out lay and night At St Louis there Were excursion boats crowded with teople and the boats extended as far down the river as twenty miles The Iron Mountain Railroad running parallel with the river was full of ex torsion trains Q After the race I went back on the Lee as engineer and remained on her then until 1873 then lelt to accept xay present position as engineer at thpnmping station of the Louisville Water Company ITbe officers of the Lee were Jqhn W Cannon Captain John Mossop clerkrjack Sullivan clerk Joseph Roberts clerk John Bell Steward Ed Cnramlngs mate Capt Wes Conner WlIlfnm Perkins firstebglneerr Thomas Berry second engineer John Wiest assistant George Brown assist ant Joseph McCrory striker Thomas Hayden striker there are more sufferers from constipation than from any other enemy of our race there is a long train of annoying ills as a direct result and there is nothing so effective in its treatment as Ramon LIver Pills and Tonic Pellets 25cts sample free m 0 OaSTOnX4Beus thisThe Kind Yea liars Always BosgH JlJ +r wrV Wordsof Wisdom The friends that wealth makes are as the quicksands but the friends of poverty ate like the fixed stars in heavenThe idler that dreameth of gold suflereth hunger but he who bath dug for it liveth In a palace I The heart 61 a woman Is as a driven well and be who would sound Its depths must be blessed in patience even like one who dlyeth or peatls a It were safer to place your mouth a on the muzzle of a gun than on the lips of deceitful woman Sometimes we envy the prosperity of a wicked man little knowing how the wicked man envies us It were better to be kicked by your friend than kissed by your enemy Twere better to see clearly with one eye than mistily with two Plain duties become beautiful tlirough their performance They1 say love Is bitnli but o wo mat can see a thousand qualities in a man he never possesses A woman would be willing to die for the manshe loves but she couldnt keep fiora saying I told you to for the very life of her My little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber lains Cough Remedy we would have had a serious time 01 It1 It also saved him from several severe attacks ofcrpupU J Strlckfaden editor WorldHerald Fair Haven Wash For sale by all druggists m Mob Law In Iowa SiouX City la June 24Clty Marshal Swearlngton of Jefferson Wls sbot and instantly killed 10da toarrcatV by 8 Mr Shlpman whom he yI 111eVlaterya killed by a mob the town Is now in an uproar Ttie poor people of Japan wear clothing made of paper and do much Ic TIt1pir ExchangeT t I I GIRL KIDNAPEDp By Employes of Buckskin Bills Wild West Show Four ofj Whom Have Been Arrest ed Afhlnml Ky June 3Pur em ployes oV Buckskin Bills Wild West sho v were arrested here thlsafternoon charged with kidnaping and repeatedly assaulting a fifteenyearold girl The show was at Vanceburg yesterday and the afternoon performance broke Lau1aBelieold daughter of William Murrlf1a prominent Lewis county aVRnggles became separated frcgm herpareotsand was seized by oneof the employes of the show Despite her screams which were not noticed In the general confusion she was car tied to a van on board the rhowtralp She was kept a prisoner in the yah and It is alleged was repartedty as saulted by different men during tle night No night petformance was given and the show left for this city C R Moriarity trainmaster of the Cincinnati division ol the Cheasepeak and Ohio who chanced to beln Vapceburg was told of t disappedr anee of the girl by her distracted lither and learned from a brakeman on the show train that a girl was seen on the train Mr Morlarity got on board the train just as it was pulllpg out and began the search When the train reached Garrison a station sev eral miles horn Vanceburg the men who bad the glrlprlsoner a became alarmed and threw her from the train Morlarity saw the girl fall jumped off the train and picked her up She was not much hurt by the fall but was nearly dead from the horrible ticatmentdpas eLeogerthis city He notified Sheriff John who summoned ttheMofiarlty and Officer Prank of the city police force went to the grounds The men had just made up as cowboys and Indians fur thej afternoon perform acce but the brakeman IdentiCed llbejaldisplayarrested and taken to jail at Catletts bnrg There they gave their names at Wllllara Patterson RobcrtaIIaya- Mick McCarty and James H Hard ing The young girl tbo gh nearly crpz ed Identified three of the men though it is thought more men Including weregnlltyI men to Vanceburg this alternoon Harding the fourth man Is In jan at Catlettsburg Sheriff Hanty thinks he Is Innocent bnt will hold him as a witness and does not want to risk him at Vanceburg where It Is eated the men will be lynched Mr lion lority took the girl back to her home at Rugges She is In a serious cOn dltion How to Avoid Trouble yoprloll berlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarr 6ea Remedy It is almost certain to be qndfto town in the night or in your bus teat season It everywhere dPIt ted to be the most BQCCf S3lnlniedcne in use for bowel complaints both lor children and can bylla Man Man that is born of woman if of few days and full of microbes Sorrow and headache followhlru all the days of his life He hoppeth from his bed in the morning and his foot Is pierced by the tack of disappointment He slttctb himself down to rest at oonday and is lacerated IUhls ueth4 er anatomy by the pin of disaster 1He walketh through the streets of the city in the pride and glory of hisbmanhood and sllppeth on the peel of misfortune and unjointeth lila neck see colieannoyance by day and his frame is gnawed by the bedbugs of affliction at night 1 Let onr lady friends read this ex pression of appreciation from Mrs Lula Prady ofUree N C I am void ol words to adequately express my appreciation of Ramona LlvW Pills and Tonic Pellets I was a great fsufferer when I began the use of this Treatment They have completelyt hanged my life from one to healthful enjoyment in- Cheapness of County Newspaper Advertising that G IIpaceIn cOmparison witp the rates- liargedby I thebi guns of the pub world the couutryedltor runs charitable Institution And yet hardly a day passes that some man whq runs five Inches a year nil told doesnt kick abpntl he Ioradverdllngthough his hat If betook a notion togo Into be advertising business sure enough and decided upon a page in say The ts dies Home Journal he would expect toget it foe one time for four dollars and thirty jive cents and when told the price would probably drop dead The Ladles Home Journal forione page of advertising only one tlrne charges four thousand dollars Thereare no discounts fortlmejor space and the bill eauat be paid when- the copy for advertising la senCin A line In the Lsdlea Home t contains eight words aBd tbeadvjer Using rate is five dollars a e OnleraforleHtba five llaw eert ed i fStlll the Journal has si Irbtabi4inV Copyoradvei4icmeats months In advance I TheSaturday Eve JngPost wh ci la owned by the PubUshusdi faej the Home JonrnaUa just getting Its feet BO to speak1 and Jts rates ret not so high The Pot only char eI- 1sixi b 0 erV Il Keep It n t IAntierly take a dose or LYON IiA ATtvB SVADP u acts gently but err cthajl1or the kidnejrs liver and bowels wllikpep your system In good working order and a make your complexlpricleari of For pale by J ThoAllen Rppjne y Smells Death A London physician of large prc xtreqatIyT tell the corning of death within for y eight hours lie says that whe i a- atient comes within two days ofceath a peculiar earthy smell la + from the body When he al tat disease Is slow inlts progress li C odor makes Its appearence as runcl s- hree I = days beforehand bt when he co A Good Heartemltne Motedorgood sound hearts art nbtofnumerous The incresaJn number swWfndaafM juaiiklcd by the it of tkealtrrn ing prova I lenco ol thi- sdangeroul I I complaint and as no one cars foretdltn p laU fatal collapse J A KrellMr IIlehl hi J 4shortleft side smothering spdfle pal pitatfon unalic o JjeJCJf sjde- especially thcld t yoioil4 in begin tajcing o StMej4WglayspoulbhlqrmuwUcstoasid1gI4ble rapid and I ruIbed Eua LWJiel of inheartbcUvc It an ir othIlrbr all drugfst1stoDr Miles Modloil Co Eltr6nSi- j FOR FREE ADVICEI rEvery BHarimgPrsidentorThoHartrnan Woman Should Write Dr So I nvLif7Ton of Ma LtncInavlt theJKaatbiifolUiwUigjtoiaay of Parana th- retaatarrI remedy which nhlevedVhn of a marion cafe of catarrh of the bladder I PenJnaMeaicIno Co Columbus 0I IJreeereb reachhidains with It but before tho second bottle was used I felt much relayjdaad- I after haying used tho bOttle life looked different to me This wu nearly year ago and I hare had no recurrence tub troublo I cannot praise Poruna BYRONI A find of of any cure the renowned tpectallst oft female catarrhs dig wiIIngnes4directcases MM make application to him the gummer months without hsrre paUeuJix Columbus Ohio V diseases ts of galloping Kind the doctor says he receives touch shorter He attributes the smell to- ortIfication wlicibejgins within body belpr life lseiIict Dogs thought to also have this sense hunting hounds have been obeerv daytwo For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They regulatetbe1Iver alldrlrld T o1hn ANDVTelegraphr COMPANY INCOBPORATBQ Operating and toll lines Kentucky IndlanaMlsslsalppl and connected Distant line th all principal points in thirtyfive 4 et and Territorjea has established IIIHartrprdnndlumnnd10Jr e aac threhienaive specialtyfnruisliJpgstyi the country within a reasonable andErexchange over Williams drug rjIqniford Ky C P NowuH Manager 1I I QVkQ1 Ot U l I4A2hitsMIbl la Entirely out of date Granite soon gets moMgroWn discolored requires constant expense and tare audevi l1ual1 crumbles back to Mptber Earth Besides itjls very expensive White Bronze strictly everlattjng It cannot rumble with the action of frost Pt MMS rowtl Is Tan Imposglblllty It Is more artistic It than any stoael Then why not investigate It has been adopted for1 lIetrlfone hundred public monuments SI tlLi S u i 1 u 7mu 5 0 I0II3 UI IC uuuuy U use- en on the market over a yeardand Is auestabllshedluccesl Many Wehavebuadredathem ff are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave ver On recelptofapoltiatcaid wlllbe to call with designs and mple of White Bronze YbdrtrulyDJRHQAPS Beaver Dam Agent for the MouuFt J BroDze Co of Bridgeport Coon Now is the Time to Buy a SCLrpe37ii r x- If you wfVnt tlifl BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho peoplepo V BTOrmgRTgais therdforefof somo yaluo Now Styes and Frepli wolcc lahvays be foundat our ohoratAgoptsV C TAYLOR Hartford Ky 1r I GAP OrjY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vo hfcWper annum FA AIYtJSIJ it Ovrnslfc oro Ky j I 0VV S p S 1 Hartford Republican limit FrUaiibi tHi Htttfordfiit CoJncorpoHttit atirs at Hartford putfflcs IS non tllSS mall IDaller =Erzc s- cu=b iaA43oQao- ucb a1 za JOHN IIKftBT TJLOHAMEdIia- rPRIDVJUNE 27 ANNOOKUEHEXTS for Clrcnlt Judge W an MDtboriitd to anmonnt W T OWCI of Davies conitj u k eaadldate for arealtI Jidg U tit BUtk Judicial PUtrleUublert tcUoa ol ik Democr U partzI CONGRESS ia expected to celebrate the glorious fourth by a final adjourn ment THE House Conferee have agreed to the Senates Panama Canal bill and the building of the Panama Ca nalis now practically assumed KINO ALBERT Saxony is dead and the court will go into mourning for three weeks but allowing a sus pension of a few dall for King Edwards coronation TIm State of Kaatucky is about to come into poaesionof a million dollars from the Federal Government for interest on money furnished the government during the war ToE hotel keepers bus drivers and observation position owners are making it impossible for people of moderate means to attend the coro- natIon of Kiug Edward The Brit wh press is clamoring for police regu lation of these matters GOVERNOR BRADLEY said in hu speech at Leitchfield Wednesday that the issue would be made up of one party behind the American and one behind theJPhSlijipino soldier and that it wasnt necessary to mention which party would be standing behind the boys in blue WE are indebted to Air John H Coppage for a pleasant drive over the city of Leilchfield while there Wed nesday Mr Coppage over the principal streets dro1U8 out to us the most and other objects of interest Leitch field has some beautiful residences and has perhaps the best streets of any small town in Kentucky EDITOR H B Morehead of the Green RIver Republican is a candi date for the Republican nomination for Congress in the 3d district Editor Morehead has been fighting the bat tIes of the Republican party for many yeais and his faithful and un selfish party service and his Iplendid natural ability entitle him to recog nition at the hands of the Republic ans of the bloody third BRYAN is saying all sorts of mean things about Cleveland and Clove land is saying many aorta of things about Bryans brand of Democracy Surely this unseemly quarrel between the leader who gave his country two of the most disastrous administrations it ever had and the one who made two of the most disastrous races his party ever experienced sbould drive Democrats to seek respectable leadership THE Republican Judicial Convention at Leitchfield Wednesday was well attended Judge Guffy was nominated by acclamation for Judge 4 of the Appellate Court Governor Bradley and Attorney General Pratt made splendid speeches which were well received The large attendance and great enthusiasm at the Conven tion shows that the Republicans are going into the light to win The Republicans carried the district by substantial majorities at the two last general elections and should be able to so again t WISE COUNSEL- At a meeting of Democratic lead ers for the purpose of devising ways and means to rehabilitate the Demo cratic party Grover Cleveland wisely said Wbntcrtr the tariuBr ot ill Impairment mal b our condition as an orgsnltalloD cannot be Improrrd by calling earn other hatch name nor t 7 Inaugurating a retem uf arbitrary prescription and tanlibment The members of a busbies firm In financial embarraMment elionld not tit down Rod look In each other tate In mute die palr neither will they regain financial sound arm or the confidence of the commniltjr bjr recriminating and qmrnllng nor will any uiemberi of the firm aid la IU restoration to u solvent strength by an angry IniUtenr upon n continuation of the bushes method which hare Invited I mbarrlUllmeot But the characteristic of heeding sensible advise is not peculiar to the Democratic party and besides how ever sagely Mr Cleveland may talk about the future of his party his two disastrous administrations must neces sarily discount his advice EDITORS REUNION Saturday morning it occurred to us that all the former editors of TOE REPUBLICAN were in Hartford and we at once invited them to a meeting in our office Those present were Col C H Barnett founder of THE REPUBLICAN in 1890nowSurveyor of the Port at Louisville Rev Jo B Rogers editor from 1892 to 1894 pastor of a Baptist church at Springfield Illinois Mr S A Anderson editor from 1894 to 1899now clerk of p the Ohio Circuit Court and Mr Lon y n Rogers who edited TUB REPUBLICAN from 1899 to 1902 who is in the bank ing business at GreensburgKy- The writer and MrFon Rogers who is now Cashier of the Peoples Bank at Greensburg were coeditors of THE REPUBLICAN during the first half of the year 1899 s Judge B L D Guffy Judge BL D Gully will be re nominated at Ieltchfield to day for Judge ol the Court of Appeals Judge Gnfly was ridiculed because he was not a city dude because he had lived his life in Western Kentucky and had not acquired a taste Ior canvasbacks and champagne and because he did not write Latin verses as some ol one more elegant jurists do The Judge would even alt out ur the trees In his shirt sleeves and tell homely countryside anecdotes with a comical drawl True the stories that the Judge told always bad apoint not too fine either for the comprehen slop ofthe listeners and It always fit ted the case but the Democratic press ol Louisville could not understand how such a man could know law And Judge Guffy went to Frank fort and took his seat on the bench and there was a titter among the dudes Then he banded down an opin ion and the dudes wanted to know who wrote It It was clearconclse un answerable Its English was pure and even elegtnt surely this country law yeT could not compose such an opin los And yet Judge Guy went on commanding the respect of his asso dates on the Appellate bench and oi the bar of the State No Judge of this court has done more work none has banded down abler or clearer opinions and from being only a local Judge In Western Kentucky he has attained to as high standing In the eyeS ol the legal profession as has any Appellate Judge in the history ol Kentuckys judiciary And now it will be Interesting to observe what arguments will be ad vanced against Judge Guttys reelec tlon Nothing In his record can be brought against him and the fact that he is still Inclined to sit under the trees in his shirtsleeves when he Is among his home people will not much militate against him with the voters who have the selecting of a Judge and be will tell his homely stories with the flavor of the cross roads store and the goods box and the woods and the harvest field and his Mends and neighbors will be proud of him and loyal to him and he will be given the merited indorse meat of a reelectloaWedaeadaysC- ommercial p e BEAVER DAM A large crowd of young people at tended the social at the handsome new residence of Mr L B Stevens last Thursday evening Miss Nell Austin spent Sunday with her parents here Prof W G Welfcorn Isatteendln the State Association at Lexington this week Mr and Mrs Oscar Stevens are In Louisville at the bedside of their daughter Mrs Walter Wright who Is dangerously ill Misses Maggie and Florence B run ton are visiting relatives atSelect Miss Lettle Jones returned home Monday after a visit to friends at HabitProf JtMatheny of Indlanapo 11s Ind who has been elected Presi dent oi the West K 1tacky Seminary arrived Monday Rev Jo B Rogers Springfield Ill preached to a large and apprecia tive audience at the Baptist church Sunday evening Mrs J P McKenuey U visiting In Butler county MUs Emma Barnes is the guest of frlMda ia Ferdsville Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure dearness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing oi the Enstachlan Tube When this tube is Inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be dlstroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send fur circulars free F J CHUNKY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7 c- Halla Family Pills are the best 7huboi lrnitlr It Os t wrapper if e erbttter the zeaulDe OWZIt MIXTURUthe babi 1lIlrtbuntil he hu his teeth All dnigIste- a 1 For Sale lOne Wind Mill in the town of Hartford It has been used Comparatively little If not sold privately before it will be sold at publicaction at the Court House door in Hartford- on the first Monday in August 1902 For particulars call on or address J P Miller or A D White committee Hartford Kyi tf L THE KEYNOTE Sounded by Republicans at the Second Appellate Dis trict Convention A Big Gathering at Which Loy alty to the Party is Assured Leitchfield Ky Jnne 35 Judge B L D Gufiy present Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals was unani Republict In convention at Leitchfield yesterday In one of the most enthusiastic gath cringe held in Kentucky fur many yearsTh re was bi t one sentiment of lay ally to the Republican party Men who have been opposed to each other in factions ol the patty for two years were there joining In the love feast pledging themselves to support and labor bribe reelection not only of Judge Gufiy but of the Republican congressional candidates Former Governor Bradley made a memorable address that pointed out to Republicans the hope of the future und offered Inspiration for their efforts Attorney General Clifton J Pratt surprised theconventlon by dropping in on it and his speech while short Will a dignified effort that stimulated the workers to action Resolutions were adopted commend- Ing the course of President Roosevelt and the Republican Congress The Democratic attempts to cast reflec Lions upon the army of the United States were denounced Judge GnfTy was commended for his wise and hon orable discharge of his high office Goebellsm was denounced in dignifi ed terms On the whole the convention was a veritable love feast with but one sen timent and one purpose and the delegates representing 17 counties in the district left here tonight with renew ed energy In the work forthe success of the party The convention was called to order at 110 by Chairman N T Hovmdof Butler county who introduced Rev G P Jtffrles of Leltcbfied who of fered a fervent prayer for the Commonwealth Chairman Howard isalc the committee had selected Dr Win Turner of Bowling Green as perma nent chairman There was no other nomination and Dr Turner was elected with enthusiasm Mr J R Eskridge ol Breckin ridge county was elected secretary The committee on resolutions was named by Chairman Turner as follows Judge J T Sparks Mnhlen berg county Chairman J R Higdon Hancock Jrw Herfer Butler R B Justice Allen F G Van Renssel aer Davless G W Adams McLean G W Long Gray son M L Heav rln Ohio Eugene Edwards Edmun son JUDGE GUPPY NAMED The committee retired to prepare resolutions and Cbalrmu Turner call ed for nominations lor Judge of the Court ol Appeals from the Second district of Kentucky Hon John P Haswell Jr ol Brecklnrldge county took the floor and In a speech of great merit nominated Judge B L D Guf fy Mr Haswell had the honor of nominating Judge Guffy eight years ago Mr E W Neel of Butler county seconded the nomination of Judge Guffy Col Ed Ware of Muh lenberg county moved that the nom ination ofJndge Guffy be made unan imous The motion was put and car ned unanimously Attorney General Cllftcn J Pratt arrived unexpectedly and paid a high tribute to former Governor Bradley whose name he said would stand out clearly when the history of the past five years has been written with an impartial hand He talked of national issues and paid his respects to the Democratic attacks upon the army ExGov Bradleys arrival was an nounced by cheers from the crowd that had gathered about the public squareThe distinguished gentleman came into the hall accompanied by B D Gully and Nat Tfc Howard He was Introduced by Chairman Turner Gov Bradley paid a high tribute to Judge Gully iorhavlng had tile hon esty to rise above his party wishes and decide the Taylor case as he be levied was right I Our only safety said Gov Bradley II lies In the judiciary Other de partments of our government may be torn by the political ctrife but forever the judiciary should rise above the storm and strife Gov Bradley went alter the State administration and charged the Democrat not with dishonesty but with having too little sense to run the State He showed that the Republic an administration had found 1800 000 of debts and had not only paid this debt but had left a balance of 1000000 Where is that money aadIhave a gigantic state debt piling up on yon Gov Bradley turning to Attorney General Pratt said Ladles and gen tlemen I want to pay my respects to the greatest living politicalcuriosity- In Kentucky a Repablcaaelected to office and holding It Gov Bradley concluded his speech with an appeal to the Repnblcana of thupgreatReSpollsIbIII bloodUlrentailing the most body with offen sire sores and emotions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular swellings brittle bones white iwelling and defornilty How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach themselves for bringing so snuck misery into the wprld If you have any disease lurking in your system how can expect well developed healthy children I Cleanse your own blood and build up your health and- youhavenotnly enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment f the pltasui js of but discharged duty all parents owe posterity and made mankind healthier and happier There is no remedy that so surely reaches deepseated stubborn blood troubles as S S S Itsearches out even hereditary poisons and removes every taint from the blood and builds up the general health If weaklings I are growing up around you right the wrong by puttipg them on a course of S S S at one a purely vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken by both old and young withoutear of any bad results Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will also our book on bloOd and Skin diseases THft Swill iFSCiriC CO Atlanta G the Secnd district to carry out th tie promise matte In the convention and elect Judge Gully by an Increased mjorlty His speech was greeted with prolonged cheers and It was some time belore the convention eels ed shouting for Bradley e Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 22250 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Court ol AppealfI ol Kentucky in favor of L A McDaniel against Martha Stum H A SLum as Guardian of Henry Stum and W H Barnes as administrator of Annie Stum deceased I orone of my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of July 192 between the hours of one oclock P M and lour P M at the Court house door in Hartford Ohio County Ken Lucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder upon a credit ol three months the following de scribed property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt and cost towit Beginning at a stone In Paradise and Plnchecoe road at Lucy J Kings corner in South east McDanlels line thence with Kings line S 63 E I03 poles to two hickories on Pond Run thence S 9 W 46 poles to a beech and poplar stump on Green River thence don the said River N 77 W 33tf poles S 84 W 33 poles S 66 W 40 poles S 3i W 20 poles S22 W6 poles N 67J W 31 tf poles N 43tf W 46 poles to the month of a slough thence up said slough N 56j E 40 poles N 69 E 35 poles N IOJi E5 poles to 2 small ashes thence N 53Ji W 114 poles to a beech near a graveyard thence N S7tf E 28 poles to a stone thence N atf E at poles to a stone on the1 road aforesaid in McDanlels line thence with her line to the road to the beginning containing 126 acres more or less- Levied on as the property of Henry Slum subject to the dower Interest of his mother and also levied on the dowtr right of said Martha Stum In said land as the property of said Martha Stum Witness my hand this 7th day ol- June 1902 C P KEOWJJ S O C By JG KnowN D S a The Latest I allecludedPalace with the odds against him in a battle with death The coronation has been postponed The King I suffering from peritypbitis an all ment closely akin to appendicitis His condition became so grave Monday night that fears were felt thatbe would not live through the day The royal surgeons decided that only an operation would save the monarchs life and this was performed at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon It was declared to be successful but the semiofficial admission is made that several hours must yet pats before safe predictions of King Edwards recovery might be made The sudden announcement of the postponement of the coronation festivities bad no effect on a certain pore tion of Londons population and last night the streets of the metropolis were thronged by noisy crowds of drunken merrymakers who respected no laws CROMWELL Rev Jo B Rogers trove the Crom well people a treat of a lecture Tries day night A large crowd attended servicesMiss Jones of near Hartford is visiting Miss Alice Faught this weekRev Gardner preached here Sun day night to a large crowd Mrs Thomas Phelps ol Beaver Dam Is visiting her grandfather Mr Bill Tilford t Constipation Does your head ache P PainI back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers PjJJsjtre liver pills cure constl pation headache dyspepsia 25C All druggUU bsutulI I 1 nMIL P Hut 4 Co e MI KENTUCKY EDITORS eo Will Take a MidSummer Trip to Detrolt and Otter NortbI ern Cities The Kentucky Press Association will meet at Owensboro July 32 and 23 A business session of two days duration will be held at Owensboro alter which the Kentucky quilldrlvers will take a seven days outing to Detroit and other interesting points North They will leave Owensboro over the Louisville Henderson St Louis road July 23 il p m arriv lug at Cincinnati at 7 oclock next morning The press party will break fut the Central Station after which a train composed exclusively of Pull man Palace Cars will convey the party through Hamilton Dayton Troy Sidney and Lima arriving at Toledo at 220 p m The party will dine at the St Charles Hotel and at 4 oclok take the Steamer Alpena for Detroit The trip across Lake Erie and through Detroit river vlll occupy about four hours Upon arrival at Detroit cars will be awaiting and the entire party will be the guests of the Detroit Lodge of Elks and entertained at the Elks Jubilee then In progress At the close of the entertainment the ed itors will retire to the Steamer City of Alpena for a nights rest The fol lowing day the Detroit Street Rail way Company will show the press men the city ol Detroit Friday at 930 a m the Steamer passes through the Detroit river St Clair Lake and then into the Striver arriving at Port Huron at 245 p m Electric cars will be taken at the dock Cora ride about the city and ylsfts will be made to the Sam la Tun nel the worldrenowned subterranean passage one of the greatest engineer log achievements ol the age Sarnla OnUrloa beautIlul Canadian city will also be visited After the close of Port Huron sight seeing a rapid transit electric car ride of fifty miles without a atop will be taken to Mt Clement and lIotelrand a public reception Saturday night a banquet and ball tendered by the citizens olMt Clemens Sunday morning a special transit Lake Shore Electric Line Car will leavqat 615 toIthe Kentucky editors embark for home to dun delinquent subscribers to pay up their overdrawn bank accounts s FORDSVILLE Miss Emma Barnes of Beaver Dam is visiting the family of Mr I T Smith Sr- Several of our young men attended the dance at Sulphur Springs last Friday night Miss Virginia Kennady who has been the guest of Mrs Lee Montgom cry returned to her home in Owens born Saturday Mr Guy Gilbert of Owensboro was the guest of Mrs Montgomery and Miss Kennady Friday Miss Nancy Smith and her brother Arthur spent Sunday with relatives at Ensor Mr J S Reynolds and daughter Miss Jessie visited relatives atRey nolds Sunday Mr and Mrs L C Adair and daughter marion and Mrs Adalrs little sister Genie McAdams went to Hawesvllle Saturday and returned Monday with the exception ot little Miss McAdams who will remain In Hawesvllle until fall and enter school at NazarethMiss Torpey who has been spending several weeks with Miss Ethel Connlfi returned to her home in Louisville Friday accompanied by Misses Ethel Conniff and Flora Tilford as far as Irvington Mr Harry Cans the genial bag gage master on the Texas branch is ofi duty this week to attend a house party being given by Miss Jennie Green at Falls of Rough Miss Ara Davidson who has been spending the winter with her sister Mrs Ellis Lloyd in Plttsburg Pa Is expected home In a few days Mr W W Whalen of Trlsler who has recently been reelected to the princlpalshlp of the Glendeane choolI Is spending several day in town Mr Lon Rogers of Greensburg faI here for a few days Mrs J p Westerfield and her daughter Mrs Richard Neal spent WAGONS WAGONS V e We have just unloaded another carload of the famous Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons in Sizes 21 2f 3 and 31 inch tire Also onohorsoWagC ons Why buy a cheap Wagon when you can get as good as rolls on wheels for a few cents mare Come and look at these Wagons and if you are not convinced by your own judgment that they are the best and cheapest for you to buy we will not ask you to purchase one v- IQTJOtGHiEQ DBTJOGHE3S l- Our 4 years of experience with the same line of Buggies is conclusive proof i of their merits and the low prices at which we sell them enables you to j save money by buying your Buggy from us L JSTO V Jj0 AND Jb U JbUNi JLJL jJtOEJ We handle a complete line of 0 K Stoves and Ranges There is no better I line on the market and they possess many advantages not attributed to any other make We handle much the largest line of Furniture in the GreenW f River Country We buy from makers of high class goods and every piece we sell you is sure to meet your fullest expectations Bring us your Corn and other Produce and buy where you can got the best returns for amount expended E P BARNES BRO Beerver Darn Saturday and Sunday in Whitesvllle A company of about twenty Masons went from here to Dundee Saturday night to be present at a meeting of their order and as the guests ol the Dundee Masons in their beautiful new building Our school opens the August with Prof Fowler of theINormal University Lebanon 0 principal and a corpse oi able tants Prospects are for a very fine school and we are very much gratified to see Interest livening up and things In school circles assuming the air ol other days when Pordsvllle boasted the best school in our county I Miss Artie Wilson of near Roalne has been here for a day or two hav- Ing been employed to teach in the primary department of our school i Miss Anna Gaines is visiting at Sulphur Springs her sister Miss Ola will join her Saturday for a visit to Dundee and Sulphur Springs I Mr and Mrs Jonathan Raley of Rosine spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W S Gaines Misses Daisy and Slaria Ragland ol Pleasant Ridge who have been I visiting relatives here have returned home I Mr and Mrs Dean cf Dun dee were in town Last Friday TaesdayI Sunday School of the occasion being Childrens Day I Bueatllwerewere very Interesting In the morn I I Ing the children were quite the central I figures of entertainment reading beautifully each his little part of the program Alter a very sumptuous dinner in the grove near the church the program was continued with a very entertaining discourse by Rev B Pendleton Jones of Owenstoro at ter which the services closed with anticipations however of another pleasant day soon in the way of a Sunday School picnic to the park near Dundee- A residence building in Fordsvtlle belonging to Mr J S Reynolds and occupied by Mrs Walker caught on fire Wednesday about noon Owing to the high rate ol the wind it came near being very disastrous but was extinguished before any serious dam age was done Loss about 50 BARRETTS FERRY Mr J W Payne went to Calhoon Thursday on business Mrs Martha Johnson nod daughter Mrs JnoRagland of Pleasant Ridge visited relatives here last week Mr H Earl of Pettit ard sister Mrs Settle Rouse of Sorgho are the guest of their brother Mr J P Had and family this week Mr Sam Davidson wife and two children were the guest of Mr Whit tlnghllt and family of Trisler Sun dayMr Henry Godsey son of Mr and Mrs John Godsey died at his home two and onehalf miles Irom Olaton of congestion of the brain He was taken sick Friday at noon two physicians were called and all that medi cal aid and hands could do was done but to no avail He passed quietly away Monday morning at 7 oclock June 16 1902 His remains were laid to rest in Pleasant Grove ceme lazy c Killed While a Prisoner d Jackson Ky June 2SrrJeffStaple ton a constable of this county who Megistraterested on Cow Creek in OWlleyI county by Esjlll Deaton man Madklns and on their way to this place with Stapleton they were xc 2 t c JARNAGIN WILLIAMS oELver DaD1 eyAre still at their Big Building on Main Street saving the pec pie money on their celebrated line of Canton Farm Imple mont and the Milburn Wagon strongest and belt madeP ft 0 Buggiesfully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Drillstheo- nly Drill with a detached fertilizer and seed hopper We are county agents for the J 0 Case EngInes and Thresh ers including Pea Huller We are agents for McCormick Harvesting Machinery such as Binders Mowor Corn Harvest ers and Shredders Your patronage is solicited Price the lowest and quality guaranteed Yours Respy JAnHAOIH a WILLIAM Ihmr Dui E7i waylaid and Stapleton was shot five times aud killed Instantly It Is sup I posed dabbards friends did the kill- Ing Louisville Market CATTIB Choice to prime shipping steersGcc64o Medium to good steers 5 71 6 oo Choice butcher steer 5 stj 5 75 Medium to good butchers 4 2505 75 Common to medium 35004 00 Canners a 75 2 25 Good to choice feeders 4 5o 4 65 Common to medium 3 oo 4 25 Good to extra stock steers 3 75 4 50 Common to medium 2 7c3 25 Gcod to med slock heifers 3 oo 3 25 Plain light mixed atockers a 5 3 00 75ICom to medium calves 3 50 4 jo Choice to fancy milch cows 35004500 Medium to good 2500 3000 Plain common 150032500 floes Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 7 50 Med packers 160 to 200 7 50 Choice light 120 to 160 6 go Choice pigs 90 to 120 6 J5 Good pigs 50 to 90 5 000 s 50 Roughs 150 to 500 5 50 6 85 sirEn AND MUDS Good to extra shipping 3 75 Fair to good 275325Common to medium 2 000 2 75 Bucks 2 oo 3 50 Extra spring lambs 6 50 Seconds 4 50 5 00 Good buther lambs 350425Common faltend lambs 3 oo 3 50 THU GRAIN MARKET WheatNew No2 red and longiberry 790 No 3 red and 77c rejected 28c less on levee itfc less CornNo 2 white 68c No2 mixed 66c No2 yellow 6je No 3 whlte67ic NO3 mixed C6Xc No 3 yellow 66c OatsNo a white 470 No2 mixed 46- 0RyeiNo 2 650 paidbyoats and rye are selling prices Tine PROVISIONS MAHKBT Mess PorkSl7 SozHams Choice sugarcured lightc and special cure I2tfi4c heavy to medium 1213ci slearbacon i3tfr4Xcsugarcured shoul 4LardPrimesteanachoice leaf In tierces xij c III tubs 111c = pure leaf lard in tierces jztfc n firkins I2cBulk Meats Ribs iic regular y clear sides itf extra short 11 tfc b AntEErATTEUt t iubFM 5 MA bFMCAU4fk PAfiLu I kethiNd rr= I =1 r C4wsNsisTMB NvOALI 9H tbA KntKkV Revival A knife tknut at poUtidai heart was stopped by a Uattrswvti which tortucatelyepe4p- ocketot jUjefc t his coat tkfcUa wanl story tn this Any otter Va k weald have done jdst welt Even I cong Jresslonal Record might have anawerd the purpose Perhaps the incident teaches us that all policemen should learn to rtadand that that it Is better to read a dime novel than not to be able to read at alt And at the same time it correct the unfortunate Impression that all Ken tucky policeman utilize the breast pocket as receptacle for flasks with bl i bulous contents Jt is the hip pockettthe left hip pocket that flask the right hip pocket being used an arsenal while the breast pockets JI1R reserved for librzryparposeg If the policeman bed carried tie flask In his breast pocket Uwrkalfe would have glanced from the surface As it was the deadly weapon peaIetrated to the eleventh chapter and topped midway on the page where the fair heroine cuts away and lets the vllllan fall into the lake And now we may all expect a gun nine revival of literature in the Blue- Grass state i 0 In many instances attacks ciolsra morbns termlnate tally before dkhic tan be procured or apbald1Wmraoned Thewfe way U toke t hand a reliable medicine for use In qc cases PqrhIs pnrpoie there U nothing BO lurel1 Chamberlain1 p Colic Cholera ana Diarrhoea Rerae LnlsyeUe1aserious attack of cholera morbns and jne dose of Chamberlain Colic Choi ra and Diarrhoea Remedy gave iV eliefin fifteen minutes For sale y all druggists tI i JL t = lto Our Regular t Everyday Prices Are copied by other houses only when they want 1 to hold an extra special reduction sale Our different departments contain Seasonable Goods at prices you cannot afford to miss During the month jaf July wo are going to make a big effort to close out our entire stock of Summer Goods I Slipper Stock Our regular rriesmoycr125 Slipper will close at 1 f Our regular 150 Slipper will closo at 15 Our entire line of 2 Slippers to closo at f108 Our 250 and 300 lines you may have at 238 Wash Goods Stock This stock contains some now and beautiful styles goods that wo ought to got 15o and 20o per f yard for which aro now going at lOo and 15c J I Now 30inch figured Swisses sheer and dainty j duringdulyt We have also a beautiful lino of Trimmings such as Allover Laces Apliquo Insertions Swiss Insor f eomtt wo can so DepartmentIt Our great final windup sale our stock will be an important event for July One ithing remember wo positively do not carry over e any stock in this lino Cost is ignored They must go and will GO at some price Ifyou havent bought dont fail to avail yourself of this oxtraqr t dinary moneysaving sale Country Produce Etc fWo tako in exchange for Merchandise your T fr Feathers Eggs Chickens Rants Wool Etc The 75 juices wo pay are always tho highest For GEN r UINE BARGAINS in all lines dont fail to visit L1fr the Bargain Center t I t 1 Hartfcircl Republican w tFRIDAY JUNE 27 i PFLESHl In ummar can b prevented Iby taklna I5c ttf Emulsion list b nflcla In summer0 In wIter If you are weak orI i nandi wnltwllibufdyouupuaed aBOWICK CMDlIiti e rt n wmt New York L swin4liia alldrortUu Tweddell mates good meal Try him tf Little GroMle Williams is oa the IItpSee tbfc nice fresh cakes and crack I era at City Restaurant City Kettaaraat Is the plaee to get your good things to eat The brick work on the Jno C RI I Q ley building is about completed Cheese Sausage Dried Beef Ham and Crackers fresh at City Restau rant J 1ti00C course you go to the City Res A tanrnt for cold drinks Ice Cream ShetbttetcRey Rogers ol Springfield Iui preached aa Interesting sermon tjtthe ptlltChurch Sunday Gro s Williams has secured the So J X da water privileges at the Soldiers tttreual July that Rockport r Avirjr heavyraln tell Wednesday t night along the Illinois Central Rail road Iron Louisville to Horse Branch f The Masonic picnic at Dundee to morrow will be the grandest thing of the season and everybody should at tend Dundee Gross Williams lUbe I there with his wonderful peanut roaster to you will have plenty 01 lhotpeanuts Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda Ice x Soda lemonade Bon Bonn Coca i i Cola allkinds oflces and everything cool at Griffins aMtaAmasdtr Bennett cow rot Mixed upla telephone wire Wed r l esdayiiight and Joke leg and e had to be killed lNevEit thlais tn Millinery and S thin Wash Fabrics l im Dimities Parts VttilM Nets Ac- ECOHOUY it bkvGqoMSTbRB R L Tweddell is jow ready to grind corns Satisfaction tuar N ante Mliriocated sqithend iroi T bridge Hartford gy tf Latest styles in straw Hats fob jt i young men sad oid men Warm weather Suits to fit everybody ECONOUV DRY GOODS STORK IA atilt wind storm amounting al most to a hurricane passed through the Concord community north of town Wednesday night No serious damage was done- Advertised letters Mrs Belt Greer Mrs Bettle Rlckraan Mr J L Russell Mr Eddie Thomas Mr M B Wilson Mr Ed Coley Mr J W An nes Mr Simon B Loney While Childrens Day services were being held at Mt Vernon Saa day the house was so densely packed that one section ol the floor gave way It caused some excitement bated one was injured Mr W H Collins and Mlslheulah Barnett were married Saturday Mr Collins Is a saloonlst here sad Miss Barnett is a daughter tit ltfiJ T Barnett Mr Collins aa4 wife have taken rooms at the ilartfad Heate Cblldreas Day at Mt Vernon San day brought out a large crowd Aa elegant dinner was served oa the ground and everybody get plenty to eat Mt Vernon people know how to prepare and serve a basket dinner WANTBD A large boy or young man to make himself generally use ful will pay wages U he lives at home or will pay all expenses with opportunity for good education for ser vices Address X care of RErun tICAN The Hartford Base Ball Team is making arrangements to plsy a game with the Nebraska Indian Ease Ba 1 Team at Rough River Park Hartford on the 19th or 26th of July This will be the greatest game ever played in Western Kentucky and everybody should make arrangements to be ou hand Lawrence Canon of Olatoa was arrested Wednesday and brought here and lodged In jail charged with assaulting his cousin Miss Bettle Can on The boy Ja about sixteen years old He pleaded guilty and WIS- ent to the House of Reform at Lex ington Sheriff Keown took him to Lexington yesterday Prof T J MortoBand Mina Edna Hudson were out driving Tuesday af ternoon and the horse became fright cued slid rjin away Prof Morton received a number of kicks from the heels of the vicious brute but the young lady was not hurt The bugs gy received some severe brulseswhicy will require patient treatment at Ute hands of blacksmith IThe teachers of West Rentuck Seminary Beaver Darn Cy have elected the following teachers for the coming year JM Matheny of In dianapolls Indi President Ii Ham fP ifficultDigestioThat is dyapepelao It IIfo miserable Iti sufferers eat not becanso they icon to but Implf txcatiM they mutt They know they aro Irritable and fretful but they cannot bo otherwise They coraplnln of a bad taste In tbi mouth a tenderness at the pit of the slow ach an nneatr feeling of puffy fulnen headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perms pent care of thoueads of severe cases It Hoods Sarsaparilla BWII ILU n ml t caharUo Barnes Vice President Albert Mid dox Intermediate CII ueyol St Iuls Mo Primary and ssslstan In Collegiate work and Mlat Virgl line Hocker Shorthand slid Typewriting The Commercial and Must departments will be filled also will competent and efficient teachers Prof Mathtny la a man of long aDd wide experience being a graduati from tour institution ol learning and and having ifad thirteen years exper hence in high school and teacher training work Profs Baraea and Maddox Ire well known to the people of Ohio and adjoining counties and need no commendation Prof Tar vejr is a graduate of yalporatio Ind and of Washington University Mo and has had nine sears experience aa a teacher Will Piper Designs new aad very attractive Call and see It Z WAYHB GRIFIVN h BBO Johnnys Vacation Johnny Mathlas ot Central City came over to Hartford Monday to spend his vacation and have a good time But Johnny misjudged the amount of booze that a visitor to Hartford should put in his goodtime mixture and in consequence became amazingly sociable so much so la tut that some one complained to the marshal who look him in tow and turned him over to Jailer Black John ny proceeded to jail as pleasantly as If that feature had been on the regu lar program of his vacation but he Insisted oa remaining out In the cor ridor When the jailer opened the massive door leading to a cell Johny began to regard his good time at an end and began crying The oth er prisoners who had become collons ed to their surroundings began to guy Johnny about playing the baby act when he showed them he knew how to swear as well as cry For a while Johnny made things extremely interesting for the boys In ia jail but finally quieted down slept off his jig and was released from jail We think this was Johnny a first ex peritace ia jail and venture a pre diction that he will mark Hartford off of his list of goodtime places ICElpICE I will deliver ICE beginning Monday morning at ONEHALF CENT per pound Ice delivered at your home every morning Leave your order with Clarence Casebier when he calls to see you Call Home Phone No 90 Fire at Central City Central City Ky June 24 1902 DBAR THOMAS I arrived here last- rigbt at 1030 at 540 this morning the towa was set oa fire la honor of lay visit All the business portion across from the Metcall Hotel is now a smouldering heap aTbe following Is the result Oed Gordon at Son saloon loss 2ooolnaurancepooHenaoa loss f2000 insurance 500 Dr Jas McDowell restaurant toss 1000 ao insurance John T May sloop and cold ator age loss 3000 Ianrnce800 The depot and Metcalf Hotel were both od fire but owing to the fact that ao wind war blowing they were both saved It was a splendid oppor tunity to watch a big fire It broke out In Gordon Sons taloon being caused by the explosion of a gasoline lamp I give these particulars for thepaper If they do not set Lexington oa fire when I arrive today I shall feel that my visit 1s not property appreciated If there is to be anybody killed or anything burnt In Hartford postpone it until I come back Central City is ia a chaotic condi tion The railroad track is strewn with rubbish of all kinds chlefest among which are empty kegs bottles and jags Well as my train willsoon be here and one town has been burnt In my honor I am satisfied for one day Excuse haste J D Fiendish Murder Central City Ky June 23Yerl day Stone aged fottyelght was mur dered about 8 oclock last night He was stabbed in the throat while cat lag supper and was knocked on the head with a hemmer or hatchet was considered ODe of the beat colored men lathe county J R Woo tten former Marshal is working on the cUe and wllljuie hlabloodhonads sIt Is stated Stone had a few hundred dol lars and was thiukiiiof buying the property The motive was robbery aa Stone wasjwfrll liked by all black and white At the inquest held Aver the body of Merridy Stone the evidence was so so strong against Lewis Tett the ne gro boardertbat he was locked up in jail charged with the murderL u i PERSONAL MENTIOH MfJ W Ford lain Indiana Mr1IS Ragland went to Louis ville Sunday Mr M L Heavrin went to Louisville Monday Mr J T Lowe Palo was in toD WednesdayMr Taylor went to Louisville yesterday Mr Jeff Barnett of Reynolds was Ia town yesterday Mr L P Foreman went to Cnrdi ville Wednesday Mr Jss D Taylor Cromwell call ed on us Monday IfrqulreJ S Vaught suede a trIp to Muhlenberg county Monday Mr Henry Field wife and children spent Miss Sunday atPleatRldgeI visiting relatives st Morgantowu Miss Nancy Smithof Fordsvllle went to Emor Saturday night Rev J T CArson Lebanon HI gave us a pleasant call Tuesday Pensloa Examiner Mclntyre of Owensboro was la town Tuesday Mr Henry Hardwlck of Memphis was In town this week Mr Lycurgus Barrett of Barrett Perry was In town yesterday Miss Lizzie Walker has pone to Cerulean Springs Tena for the yammer Miss Birchle Leach Cromwell via lied Miss Ora Sutton Owensboro this week Messts George Tindle and Elvis Johnson Fordsvllle were In Owens boro Monday Miss Nary Dent daughter of Col S It Dent of Leltchfield Is visiting friends in Hartford Mr and Mrs J Smith of Owens boro visited friends at Beaver Dan the fist of the week Miss Zana Barnett of Owensboro who has been visiting relatives here returned home Monday Mrs Harry Lostetter olCblcago wilt arrive here tomorrow to vlsll her sister Urn John B Wilson Mr Prank Edelen of Louisville visited his sliterMrs Jno H Barnes at Beaver Dam the first of the week Mrs E D Gully and daughter Miss Mercedes Louisville attended the Leltchfield convention Wednes day Mrs J D Rocker and children of Owenaboro visited Mrs Hookers parents at Fordsvllle the first of the weekMiss Sallle Lawrence of New Or lens will spend the summer with her sister Mrs C D Bean at Beav er Darn A6Jr 1t Hockej fed wifejiaye returned from Corbin where they visited their daughter Mrs Oscar Bishop Mrs L C Leach and daughter Miss Bertha May will arrive to moa row to visit Mrs Leachs sister Mrs M L Heavrln Messrs Mathlas fcalre Select W T Keown Fordsvllle and IL C Crowder Baizetown were among our callers Saturday Mrs Wm Richmond of Calboon who has been with her sister Mrs B J Hudson for several weeks return + ed home Monday Mr David M11W son of Dr Joe T Miller left for Owensboro Monday where he goes to take position in the wholesale drug house of Manes Hayes Mr Melvin Wilson of the Hunter Lumber Company of Peatoa Miss Is la towa Mr Wilson will spend a few weeks with relatives and friends here before returning to Mississippi Messrs Cal P Keown M 8 Rag laad M 1 Heavria sad Jno H Thomas Hartford Nicholas Barns Taylor Mines John Hudson Beaver Dam and John Newton Fordsvllle attended the convention at Leltchfield WednesdayMr e Smith left Tuesday for Repton Crlttendea county where he will visit his brother Mr Edgar Smith for a few days Mr Smith will also attend to some legal business in the Crltteadea Circuit Court at Marlon while out Messrs G B Likens R R Wed ding Arthur Petty Henry Nail Joe Miller A S Park B Park R Riley Misses Emma Park Ida Park Mary Bennett Martlne Bennett Mr and Mrs F L Smith and Mr and Mrs John Henry Thomas attended Chil drens Day service at Mt Vernon Sunday At Dundee June 28 Remember B W Jacksons Mam moth Photo Tent lIlbe on the ground where you can get work done as cheap as the cheapest as rood as the beat all work guaranteed Call and see there are more sufferers from cons stlpatloa than from any other enemy ofIthere is so effective In Its treatment as Ramona Llvtr Pills and Tonic Pellets Sets sample tree si Electric Dettk New York JueiKra J D Anderson met death at Croton N Yin a peculiar manner Saewas walk tag through her husbanda storeycer tytnga pan Ccherrl swhel she stopped and raised herhindtoturn- ou an electric lamp and to steady her Belt shale supposed to have rested t the pan against an iron railing abou the counter 1 The light current was evIdently grounded and sbc received a shock of fi800 volts causing Instant death liE GOT HOMESICK Morris Bowling Deserts the Army and is Arrested Says MondaytOweniboro Inquirer Morris Bowllngol Fordsvlllels the lockup hereawatlng a detachment or soldier from Pt Logan car whet hels wanted for desertion Hews captured In this city Sunday afternoon by officer Babblt and Burdette Bowling Is a son Etq Jim Bowling of Fordavllle He enlisted at Hart ford April 8 1901 along with hi brother Austin Bowling and was as signed to Company D Eighteenth TJ S Infantry When he joined the are maybe expected to go to the Philip pities but has remalnld in this counI try His brother was placed in an other regiment and Is now on the Is land andbas been for several months Camp lite with no fighting grew irk eopk totheyoung soldier andse verjjlfnoaths ago hejformedapUa to ekape On May 29 while b s meat was atatlonedat Ft Logan he deserted having provided hlmsel with a suit of citizens clothes he got away without any trouble and came tc Basket ia Henderson county where he went to work In themines His ob ject in deserting was to get home but be concluded that If he went home he would be arrested ohe hid out until he thought the search for him would be oy r HJs father came to the city Sunday and took the noon train for Bask ette While he was here he confided to a friend that he Will going to Bask ett after his boy and the police see log l1imgueaaed at the same thing They accordingly watched for him on hit return They came up on the Texas train at 4 oclock and getting off at the depot walked up the track and over to the L c depot where he expected to take the train for Fords vllle The two officers appeared and told Bowling he was wanted He des manded to know the charge and he dented his identity They bad wit nesses however who knew him and took him along When they reached the lockup he admitted he was the right uan Bowling says his only reason for deserting was that he was homesick end that he would have gone back after h had seen his mother lie is abou twentythree years old He will be held here until word can be re cev1ift from his officers We regret to have to remind our rsMpedeats again that the real Ull rltscnIUC pal1 be O contribution Correspondents ere KqMsted to address their contrl Jatteaa to THB JlEPyBWCAH and not o the editor 17 N3ppiNReverMIXTlJRBth babys friend from blrtb uaW be has tilt teeth All druggists r SULPHUR SPRINGS gke Childrens Day at Mt Vernon W8ed off nicely the young folks do- mel themselves great credit and the tountlfnl dinner was characteristic of the Mt Vernon people Mr i Geo L Johnston and little laughter MIls Bernavdlne who have ieea vjsltiag relatives here returned romeWedueaday Mrs Ivy Bnickle of Eyansvllle fho kali been visiting relatives here Cor a peek returned to her home yea terdaHiJ B Mitchells little daughter Jllatfli from a mulberry tree lest rhariday and broke her arm above the elbow and dislocated her shoulder She is improving nicely Mr Cheat Weddings little boy ssiclft Red T J Acton has gone to LaRue tad Taylor counties on a visit Miss Anna Gaines of Fordsvllle who lies been visiting Rev and Mrs awhorn has returned home HIM Belle Morton of Oweasboro Is visiting friends here Mr James Myers who has been lit Is imprpylng T cool weather ls hard onthe 0t1oele on the harvestera Married in Owensboro- Mr Ethel A Murphy and Miss Lu cy M Steele two popular young pea ple of Ohio county were married at 3 clock this afternoon in County Clerk Griffith office by Justice Rod man Inquirer CA WO1lXA Ban theJhlKW YH Han Unn Bandit Bjutut Y4d Look at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you oltr Oll ing on your sub scription It may em6 dory small item to each one in arrears but the sum total amounts tp aconsidpral sum and coostaid itin rbusiool ness Daff y itL offs but- S 1 pay oAiiriioHBan ti 11Ilaf YDtJltIIAwtBHI kn c MASS CONVENTION J OhIo County Republicans Endorse National Xdmlnlstratfon and Instruct for Guffy The Republicans of Ohio county met In Mass Convention In the Court House Saturday afternoon for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the con vention at Leltchfield Wednesday which nominated Judge B L D Gut fy for Judge ol the Appellate Court The convention was caned to order by Nicholas Barrass Chairman of thi County Committee J H Thomas nominated S L Stevens for chairman of the convention and he was unani mously elected Mr Stevens accept ed in a short speech in which he britfly reviewed the progress of the Republican party in Ohio county J H Thomas was elected Secretary M L Heavrin moved the appoint ment of a committee of five oa resolu lions The motion carried and the chair appointed Ernest Woodward H C Leach Dr A F Stanley W S Stevens and E E Rogers While the committee was ptitv CJI Barne M L Heavria sad R R Weeding entertained the convention with timely and well received speeches which were warmly applauded The committee reported the follow lug resolutions which were unani mously adopted MR CHAIBUAN We your committee on resolutions beg leave to submit the following report RESOLVED tie That we the Republicans of Ohio county in msss convention assembled do hereby in- dorse and approve the can of this cons vention and the convention to beheld at Leltchfield on the 3th inst to nominate a Republican candidate for Appellate Judge and That we reaffirm the plat forms heretofore adopted by the Republican party both State and Na tional and congratulate the country upon the wise patriotic and states manlike administration of President Theodore Roosevelt 3rd We desire to call especial at tention to the distinguished services sf Hon B L D Gnfly Chief Justice af the Court of Appeals whose learn lug and ability command the respect end admiration of the ablest jurists tad whose honor Integrity and free loin from prejudiced partisanship lave excited the admiration and won the approval of the best men of all parties and professions 4th We hereby authorize and ins struct the delegates herein alter named to the convention at Leltch field to cut the entire thirtythree rotes of Ohio county as a unit for the Eton B L D Guffy for Judge et the Court of Appeals from the Second Appellate District 5th That the following named peJonsbe and they hereby are ap pointed delegates to attend the cons srentloa at Leltchfield W H Matt ty S A Anderson C M Barnett Wood Tlnsley MS Ragland Dan P Glbbs W S Gaines R L Boyd z P Keown Everett Taylor G A Weller Len Sandelnr N Barrass J S R Wedding Dr A F Stanley Claude Smith Emerson Rogers RC farnagln Silas Stevens H C York Thomas Allen RB Martin Slaon ones JL c Leach Jno IL Thomas Clarence Raley J M Hudson Dr G 11 Chapman James Ashley Sherman Park lL C Shaver AS Bennett ind J D Wallace 6th That the following pawed ElepnbllcaBa be aad they are hereby ippolated alternate delegates to at tend said convention B P Petty J T Cox J J MIdklff Henry Wright Henry Woodbura O It TIasley Robert Webb John Skulls Wet Hamilton James York W P Reader Dick Tall Sam Bishop R R wedding HB Taylor C C DeaC il W R Carson W T Brown Steve Bennett Jr Nat Lladley G W Draae Gaylon Taylor Gary itch Jo H Roberts John Newton 2T WhlttinKhlll T W Barrett J T Allen Thos F Johnson Joel HI more C H Stanley Hiram Taylor ames DeWeese and Miss Laura Mor aa All of which U respectfully sub nltted Near Olatoa aiew nights ago some wardly criminal killed Mr Broad tarels mUch cow The cow hIb- een hit on the bead with an ax and also cut with aa ax or knife in a nnm- icr ol places It is unfortunate that Mr Daniel did not get blood hounds to trail the scoundrel down GrayI My hair was falling out and yourHairrestored the natural colorMrs E Z Benorame Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look with the color of seventy in your hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you your gray hair If not use Ayers Hair Vigor In less a month our hair will have all the dark rich color of youth StMliettlt AfllnsUti If sour dnjwrlit cannot wply T send as and we Sprwt you bottle B tore aodclrtlMum of your sareu a res aefa Addrtu J CATER 00 Lowux c I 1 Good Horse Sense will Ull you that old eggs aaA glass are aot things ynwaatto eat yet some coffee roasters glair th k coffee with such tfatagi Not so with Lion Coffee I Its Jut yvra aa4tltsrats l uadligulitd coffee aevu c Ttrcd ap vita say glazing of any kind raYsrlesassy assfraarNei uasasalsapoo- V I THE HOT I V i WEATHER f- Jj I I Is onus arid something must be dono to keep cool J youi4= Jj cool Wifwjil not attempt to mention everything J J wo hayo to keep you cool butwill only note a few J J of the jtaost important r- v yy 1Forcthe men folks we have Calico Coats at 50c y 1 i Linen i Suits 2 to3 Flannel Suits 5 to 8 E 1 Serge Coats and Vests 3 to 8 Also Linen Pants = J SOclofl ti For the ladies we have Lawns at 5c to 15c per = J yard200 India Linens 60 to 30c Pongee Silks at E il5o to 35c lOur stock of Staple Dress Goods and Suit ngs is = = complete While the jobbers and manufaturea have = = put a considerable advance on these goods we are = givetR= J a few prices below 4Ilest Prints 5c per yd v llsit pron am 85cto8c tit ofl1CS8 Gingham56iqlQc JJ ofl Hooseier Cottony wido6o41 gq Better grade samcGo and7c l= Cottonatob ba- rr g Shirtings iSoto lOc Ea II- C1 l Cotton Plmdso50 to lOc i J Remnant Calico 2Jc e4 Remnant Porcal3c II fl4 Vl Wo have lots of things in stock too numerous to lr = R mention or quote puce There is one thing you can E Idepend onifYou como once you will como again Iti = Everybody goes away well pleased = t Remember wo keep 3t full lino of Furniture and = Groceries Let us know your wants arid we will see ti that you are properly tre- atedPCARSONCOJ fc C1 lw i I RW i 4 3 artfords Bargain Store Has ah Elegant Stock of f t l i A general line of Merchandise Clothing and QentaFur ishing Goods will be made a pecialty A choice lino of Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes in fact everything kept in a l irstclass General Store s I To the Public a These goods wore bought for cash and will be sold tpjthC ieoplout the very shortest profits Como and examiner my tock and re my prices The IIESFPricer paid in Hartford for Country Produce ikon jn exchange for goods Load up your wagons with Country Produce bring your wife and daughters along and L otura with tho best BARGAINS you over h- adSAMJI4CH p riEEQr i i t 1 You Want hL To keep posted and otKerWise JV- 1wellinformed subscribe for c 19 Rtpiiblioan a r And get alHhe news all thoitimb t It iiJ t r lc tv ir I 1 Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought and winch lifts l cca in uso for over 30 years lias homo tho sljjrmthro or nnd lias been mmlo nmlcr WperV r sonni slnco Its lufnncy Allownoonotodeccivoyoufntlils All Counterfeits Imitations anduJustnsgQOd are but Experiments that trifle rlth nnd endanger tho health off InTnuts anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Olf Pare- gorIc Drops and SoothIng Syrups It is lPleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach aiid Bowels giving healthy and naturalBleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALW Y- ScCi Signature of n The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TM I eiNTtuo CON TT NUT ruttr HCWTOM errv r- Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE Wo arc going to givo tv LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of TUB REPUULICAN shall dctormino tho Con test in tho manner following For each 25C In Cash paid on subscription to TIlE REPUBLICAN ho shall bo entitled to cast ono vote for a Lady and ono for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and now subscriptions all count alike Cut out tho coupon below fill in the iiamo of the Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark tho num ber of votes you are entiled to in plain figures on tho Coupon and sejrtd it to this paper The contest will bo in care of a committee to bo appointed by the County Superin tendent Tho ballots will bo opened and counted by tho committee and tho property transferred to the winners on tho first day of tho Ohio County Teachers Instituto which will bo held tho first or second week in October OOcr O Votes for 1issaas tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Ir- as tho most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signed i 4 P 0 t t t s Biliousness Makesr Chronic Invalids jVtom the Urer 1 torpid and 11 to d lu r I the bite eaters the blood a a rlrulent pouon Then I ecmee eonitfpauon bUlousneat tick headache fever V r and malaria The only treatment that gu the Urer Jtut Jha nght touch and itaru Nature work ic the right fpagnf fl 1 A PILLS JNbTbNHPELLETSV The pm louche te lirtr the ton s1te 2S dote lor day cost 2S cent and un lete your caa U eiceodlngly bad you V will U well before yoo BnUb them S Simple free Foraaleat all dealera For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky i COLLINS SALOON xDqE YHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in ton OJd Parker Ryo Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BgCJLLIWSO Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 27 Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo Tablb New time card taking effect Sunday Dee I ItooatnooB North nniind Nonlh found NollJ dn5S7 a m No Ill dojlllT a m- Nal01dae247pm NolOldue J47p r- oNolildnl 30pm NolSt due 845 p m Local Freight No 114 da 7Wam No 11 do 167 pm 8 D VAXMKTII MInt CUHtS WNlRl All llil VuRnl Couih Brrap Tuiamum lIodbydrvrgIitL CONSUMPTION WHEN JUMBO II SNEEZED After a Half Hour of Humping Himselt He let go and Great was tbe- Commotion Jumbo II sneezed yesterday To the average person this information is of no startling importance but to those who happened to te on the midway at the Maryland Industrial Exposition Pennsylvania and North avenue when Jumbo sneezed the event was one long to be remembered says the Baltimore Herald Jumbos sneeze Is like the bursting of a boiler and It created a fairly goodsized panic The elephant began to get ready for the sneeze hall an hour be lore It happened and as the time lor the event drew near he was rolling about in his cage in great agony Suddenly he stopped gave one bel low and hen sneezed The look of perfect contentment on his lace alter the great event was In startling contrast to the terror seen on the faces of the fleeing people Visitors to the exposition were run ning in all directions not knowing what awful thing it was they were racing away from Among the Mo hammedans of the Oriental and Cin galese villages Jumbos sneeze caused wild excitement Oriental folks are most superstitious about elephants and they believe to hear one sneeze brings all kinds ol good luck They rushed to Jumbos cage and bowing low before his elephantine highness began praying at a rapid rate When they finished they explained that an elephants sneezes are of the rarest occurence and the event was one of great significance to them Ele phants are susceptible to cold and catch cold easily but It is a very very rare case when they sneeze Capt Miller Jumbos keeper says It is a good thing that this Is to for a few more sneezes like Jumbo had yes terday might blow the top of his bead off Lyons Laxative Syrup ts a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in Ha effect it acts gently on lhe kidneys liver and bowels cures con stipation biliousness sick headache J clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy The Panama Route Senator M A Hanna favors the Panama route for the isthmian caua and The Commercial is much inclined to repose unlimited confidence In Sen ator Hannas opinion on a business proposition like this The commis sioners appointed by the United States to investigate the Nicaragua and Panama routes reported In favor of the former so long as the prlc named by the French company was exorbitant for the Panama route but at 40000000 for the right of way and preliminary work they favor the Southern route Senator Fairbanks also favors the Panama route This seems to leave but little room for the charges of those who assert that the advocates of the Panama ronte are obstructionists of the isthmian canal schemeThe Nicaragua route is through a mountainous country It would depend upon a lake to supply its water and ships would have to be lifted over the upgrades and lowerd again to thesea level by a vast system of locks The Panama route on the other hand is near a sea level route and all the ex pert testimony is to the eflect that it would Involve fewer and less difficult engineering problems and be less costly to operate Then the Panama route is shorter It would take long er to get to it from the Gulf ports but practically no longer to reach it from the Atlantic port And then there should always be kept in mind this fact that the canal would be a most important condition in was The United States must pro tect its sea coasts and as in the case of the Spanish war when the Oregon had to steam clear around South Amcrcia to get to Santiago so much more would the movement of war vessel from one ocean to the other be of vital Importance in the case of war with a real naval power and the Panama canal could be traversed in a lewI hours while the Nicaragua canalI would require days for its passage An American fleet that could traverse the Panama canal and join with another American fleet to engage the enemy might be bottled up in the Nicaragua canal This is an import ant consideration that must not bei overlookedThe believes that ItIwould be a serious mistake for Con gress to settle the question of a route That should be left to the President wlthanexpertcomtnlsslon to aid himI Congress can trust Its President and its army and rtivy experts or vthia country ic in a bad fhape and maybe doesnt reed a canal at all but assuming that we hive a capable and honest Government it would seem the wise course to leave the de tails of the canal to the officials best equipped to manifif It RAGLAND PATIN AGENTS FOR I UClt U LtqOf- fice County Court Clerks Office Look at the Date On you label nnd you can readily calculate how much you aie owing on your sub scription It may seem a very small item to each one in arrears but tho sum total amounts to a considoral sum and wo need it in our business Dont put it off but pay it t Capt Clark Promoted Washington June 21Capt Charles B Clark who achieved fame and won the plaudits of the American people by piloting the Qregon around the Horn during the Spanish war was today advanced seven numbers In rank by the President and appointed as a re admiral of the navy The promotion is generally commended in all circles as Capt Clark Is unques tionably one of the most popular of ficers that ever wore the uniform ofaI naval officer He Is a native oi Vcr mont and has been in the navy since 1869 Ills service has been uniinrrnly satisfactory prior to and Including the exciting days of the Spanish war The Oregon was laying at Mare Island when the war broke out with Capt Clark in command No naval vessel of her sizs bad ever before rounded the Horn but her services were needed and she was ordered to join the Atlantic squadron The history of Capt Clarks management of his vessel on that long cruise is famil- Iar Aside from the dangers ot navlgi PSPAINTAthenTennJfl27IXV Erer sine the lint appearance ot nrmen wer Trr aDd I my1oIpbacklomadbearing down paics In the abdomen During tb put month I hay been taking Win nt Cardul inS Tb dtonT palledtllomonthITin rout NjuonmDATU What Is lift worth loa onantuKr Ing like Nuinlt Davis itllferedTvYet there art women In Ihoinands 01 homes today who art bearing those terrlkl menstrual pains In silence II you are one ol these we want to say that this same WINECARDUI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself wllh the knowledge that 1000000 women have been onpfetely cured by Wins pi Cardul These wom en suffered Iron leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wins of Cardul will stop all these achts snd pains lor you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wins of Cardul today and lake It In the privacy ol your home- ToradvlandItsnznre uUrtu iilniymp- no Ih ljulir AorUorj haIIDOOaTcaa i tln- CIY SIXU AMI IIIUUU II1IIE loft CATARRHI LYs CREAM BALM EMJT nnd ntaunitfo InJurlonsIt I qalcklT nbnorb Hi Give Itelkf at ao11auOIf natlom Heal and 1rotect the andlOgneIImalltrYStreet New Tork FOR THIS- SEASON We will sell at retail the Cele brated Delker Buggies Driv ing Wagons Phaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for OA8H This work is original in design correct in proportion graceful in outline Standard of over40 years We ha- veBuggips From 83000 up If in want of anything in the Vehicle line we can save you money Can and inspect our Styles and pri- cesJOHITC DEtEtE SOSMIIKMalaHt Unrraaboro Uy tlons It was iear d that he ralght be Intercepted br the Spanish Meet lie was warned of this by the navy department and laconically replied that the Oregon WAS pcilectly capable of taking care ol hertell in the face of any enemy afloat The run around the South America wasa recordbreak er and the wonderful feature of the performance was the perfect condition In which the ship arrived at Jupiter Inltt Fla coaled up and took her place In the blockard line ffSantlngo The part played by the Oregon In the battle of July 3 Is to every one ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY iXCOarOIATED aTalk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense il you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lass call on D M hooker Manager Hartford Ky THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlccaWeek EdltlonrAl most a Daily at tbe Price of a Weekly Tb Presidential campaign li orer but tho world got on feat tbe iam and U ti tall of new To learn thIs new Jolt a It Iapromptly and Impartially ll that 700 bar to do U to look In the column of The Thrlrea Week Edition ol tbe Sew York World which cornea to tbe cab scriber 168 time ayear- ThThrlceaWeek dlllgrar as a pal lUher of ant new baa Klren It circulation w brererth EnglUh language U poktn and JOB want It OIIMtrlrtJoaaieqialrd nenpaper and Tar KircDLidj together one year for I1M- TkemnlarinUcrlptlon pric cUb two pa pee U IJW OASTO XABeazith 1h5KnUoHanAlw3f- sLMountain Blpatu f- II Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Croat of tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in Amen ca 2800 feet above sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open lor boarders at reasonable rates This resort is the site ol the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Cbantauqua itself and is annually vis ited by thousands ol persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities tflorded for educational work and invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mountains is fa monsExcursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SouthWestern from June 1St to September 3010 good re turning until October 3tst 1902 Specially low rates during July and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer scbo jl sessions etc will be furnished In reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park MarylandEor on the subject ot rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dist Passr Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio Tn LH t1LUailiy HENDERSON ROUTE Are preparing to do a large excursion business from July 3ht to August 12th from all points on their line to the new Oweneboro Chautauqua Nothing liko it has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very best and most attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed in the beau- tIful Seven Hills Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste Las been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gordon Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Goy Bob Taylor W II Sears Mrs Rarer of tbe Ladies Home Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Hobson Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will be given a series of the most delightfulentertainments consisting of everything from slight ofhand and jugglery to Jhe highest class of popular music and moving picturesFarmers and their families will b3 especially interested In the coming of John M Stab Wecrctary of the Na tional Farmers Congress and erery evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRotea electric fountain tw J feet larger than the one thown at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Rout the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of this assembly tb10ughBnyoftbeiragenls or you can write to the Superintendent of the Chala qua W G Archer Ow enaboro KyM and be will send you a special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and living prigilegee and the pompleto program L J Irwin G P A i 2Of wild des a bid tate in your mouth remind you It Indicates that four stomach Is In bad coailltluu and will lemlnd you that there Is nothing so good for such n disorder ns Cham berlnlns Stomach Liver Tablets alter having once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 35 cents per box by all druggists i- nLOWRATES WESTVIA B O SW San 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Monday nUht a each month Rough JUver Lodgeo1lOKaighteof IyUla meet every Tnraday night 1tuD Morton lot No 4 OA R bold rex larie tlairaHatirdaybcforelntri dylacamonth All member of ths repectlrlodH are invIted attend all meetinc ATTENTION Wbn la Oveitboro coil ua Win 4 nhlnndealer U pan might WhIskies Apl and IVtk lIa 4l Agent Frank Krbr lirewlon Co JmtonlrnvUl receive prompt UU- uont tlOO WMlrj la the Htal Wm CUSHION Owcnsboro pmcD3 m Yn JNO D WILSON ATIORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Pperlal attention given to eotleetlon making abstracts also Kotarr IaMIe fur Ubluroan U UcaortbsiJpubilocqaare C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LA WjaIitrriiwn icy Will practtt bU profcMlpa la all be ennrtiol lloIIullu V hIs tara once over ohio Cuut7 honk J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KYj Will prartlc hlo prafeMlon Ohlnand ailloli K roontlM HperlKl attention itlfen to all bud Cal entrusted to hi cars 8 P ROBY WtInlllwill prnetlr tale profession Ii all the Mat at 1011IlpodalatttUoa C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY win prattle hi profession la all the court nl Ohio and adjoining mantle i4pclal attntloa will be given to all bulnee eatruted to hi car CuUettlo a specialty EP NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD JtYV vf ofKnturkyttleoent of decedent etau road raiW and criminal prattle Ofne apelalr Qrlffln block JSH WEDDING A1TORNEY aid COUNSELLOR al LAW HARTFORD KY Willprartkebla prolMlo In all the court of OhIo and adjoining counties and the Court ol Appeal Tronpt attention given to all lpinees entrnited to him OlHco In htgrgeLwAi balldloK R R WEDD NGoo a Attorney at Irtw ILnTvonn Ky Will prattle hi profcMtoa In theconrtnt Oblo and adlulnlag coanlie Also Nntnrr Ioblle M U HHAVniN rHNKHV WOODWA- UIHEAYRIN WOODWARD f t C 1 c IfAnrronD Kr I theCoarteIdal attention lIon rrlinlnol prartlra and colla lion Omte next door to irank of Hartford BARNESjAttorney w AND COUNTY ATTOItNEY 11RTrOflDlKy1 Will pencIled 11 nil the Court of Ohio and adjoining counties and Jn the Court of I Appeal Strict attention if III be Kina to all business entrusted to IIIora peclalty OBIce In courthoaiw Culloctlunj 5V31 I OPTRIQMT 4CO Anroaa lending a ktleh sad deieriptlon null ADlonnUnn 1 tlohi trictlr eknOdentbl llronloteata patent1nteot t tboScientific r A n4ollleIT Illaitriiled weeklr T nnt drany fsari four monta it lfoi4I7a1IiiwIrsleri yUcic S 1 T S Ip