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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1 r 7 THE 1 HARTFoiw REFUBLICAN t t J 1Fieidb Work a SpecialtyO1CI0 OKUV OF TE PAT k III TEDUTB CONBEESSIOSALIISIBICI Subscription Ia year VXXLrrXV HARTFok KYpElDAY JULY 25 1902 No1 FAMILIARSLANG PHRASES orof Some of the Familiar Saying we Hear Ev eryDay A learned German phlloglst has- ceit1yttiekd reo several ot the familiar clang j brasea now la vogue through hall dozen languages to their begin lsr Y says the New York Tribune Here are some of them liTo rive the cold shoulder It ap peara that It wasjBt one time the cus tom Id France whepa gust had out stayed his welcemeto serve him with peld shoulder pi mutton at dinner Iuta4 of f jj trMat When the w M4apperanc on tliIbl was supposed to take genlic lInt that It was tIme ItI o the bucket la another a might be presumed io have orIitecLwIth the light and flIppant tk of modern times but It ithat Itdates back to the days of good Queen Elizabeth of England One Hawkins a ahomaker commit ted raldde by standing on a bucket which he had placed on a table In or der io raise hlmselt snfficlentlyto fas ten the noose to a convenient rafter Whe the knot was tied he kicked the bucket away and swung into eternity 1 Apple pie order Is on its very face a term ot good old New England origin for where else has pie flour ished In equal Insurance A ceitaln Hepzlbab Morton whose name- srlckio NewUngland iqually with plej waih Puritan times in the hab it ol baking two or three dozen apple pits every Saturday which were to last the family through the week Hepzlbah placed the pies In the pan try labeling a certain number for each day In the week Needless tq say the pantry thus arranged was In apple pie order The term deadhead according to the German Investigator is as old as tee Christian era a fact which ought to afford some consolation to modern proprietors of theaters owners of rail roads operatora telegraphs and oth en wjio4 have calls upon them for peapI tertalnment without paying were calldr deadheads because checks used or such admission were small Ivory death heads VA feather in ones cap Is also a phrase or some antiquity It origi nated Iron the custom 01 the Hunga rians during thelr wars with the capimodern application it is not always necessary to kill a Turk in order to fie eligible to hove a feather In the cap but a killing of some sort Is certainly presupppsed- Tneword chic so dear to the lrtench bear and Indeed oi very freg e atIeUreworld over which hMjnat ecndrecognitiou by the Freuck Acadeay is fully two and a baldntuieiold1 and Is of German origin A In its original login it was pe lSchlckatld was thus used by Schiller in the first piece ol the Wallenstefa trilogy Two cavallea boast ol their pranks and prowess to a lat ran4oltt r themselves that posterity win talk oi them for centuries The Wachtmelster re plies Shall these things be talked about It is cot riot and junkettlng that mikes a soldier He needs time to acquire wit and schick This schlck was doubtless pat olsabrevlatlou Ct Vgeschlck which The Dinner PailOf the American working man Is gen rally well filled In sonic cases it filled It contains toomany kinds of food and very oft n the food fa of the jvrbhjf kindhard t to digest and OUtA R tlon Aa a conac many a work Ingiandevelopuomc forni trouble which interferes with his healtl and reduces lilt work c canftcityIVb fanyach and its organofdlgestiod k DrWercesGoWen Medical DiscoverY will almost Invari ably produce a per feet perman ant cure rtJofSubIUaUolI CCetumbiu 0 Vox lot fRgt I ia- tkI2 wnIivrehcbttbnerhlPL bLcrtnrd4ret tthen kda aDd 1Wet tubeu4iibakrOtWea P0 I coat- dareIyisIarsp4Atlait I altthecom the worn I rot uptuntar Mi iytMcd I had become w Il eooM la the bOle the ahlorachakI 1 ioliothln I hadxiis w0 I voul4 not be eund Oki iatllWora sI3 Take my dvlce sni take Dr lIrce OoIdei IICItcar Dtacowery an- dinsksieWmiL roW TIe fir- stbotthIpiI tie I 1 would Idr14 Uk tR elbr luttlea about tlxTttft and ound I had eted w Iithedi irttsL1 Jalthl ever wo Fkak 6r l ic l Common Sense Medisa rppertovenla eiutfeo- nteceiptDt2IemeCelt to pay Address Dr RV PfcrcerBuffliteNY k means skill or address and also ap pearance Its expressiveness at once appealed to the French soldiers who heard it used in Germany during the Thirty Years War and on their return to Prance they brought ft back with them Lesson In Natural History Yaas said Uncle Ebencteras he took his small nephew on his knee anti I hey seen a hlpperpottymuss tew I reckon that a hipperpott muss Ip the olddlconest lookln brute thet every sot ryes on Its erbout seven tines es big es our ole sookey cow ylt its legs halntshalfes long es hern When the blpperpotty muss opens Its monrh yew would think at the least kaikallashua thet It ua wfler et3a withtit chokln I figger thet they i reom emit In th month of a lull ak blpj perpottymuss ler a big family tew ttI uphousekeepln in but I reckon thet it wudnt be a sate place tew tlv- Hlpperpottymuss is found ia Af rlkynnlm larn glad o ItJIa hate like situ tew find wun on my farm Thes kin o a Hpperpottymnss is so blame thick thet yew cant shoot thu It with a dubblebarl shot gun Th contents o fourteen hornsets nest oa th back o4a hlpperpottymuss wouldnt even wake him up irpm a nap Erbot the only thing a hlpperpottymuss gcod let is tew go with a slrknss Th wnm I see It th payrade wns inside 0 a big cage an hed a tank o worter tew walter In last th feller bet wasA standln next tew me what he wreckoned a hlpperpottymuss et ler a llvln Feller told me thet hipper poymusft lived on cobble stones an scrap iron I kalklate thet he wuz either jokln er else thet a Ihipperpot tymuss has a powerful dlgestshun I wud o went into th show septin few th admlsbnm which was 50 cents an ennyways I bed tew leave town erbout 2 oclock so es tew git home in time tew dew th tedtnOhio State Journal A Royal Marriage Edwards marrlrge with the Prin cess Alexindra Denmark is said to hive come about fromia photograph ol the princess which was shown him while he was whirling away a sum mer In his bachelor quarters atWhite Lodge He IB reported to have re marked upon seeing the face that If she was as lovely aad amable as pict ured she should behls bride Every one was favorably Inclined toward the match and u his parents were deslrons that be should marry for love as they had done an informal meeting was plannedl The royal schemers arranged that the price should visit his sister then Crown Princess Frederick of Prussia and continue his journey to place ol Interert in the Rhine dlstaict The Princess Alexandra was also taken by her father on an improving tour among the old German cities One day oa September 241 1861 when she was studying the frescoes in the ca thedral of Spiers the prince with his suits Intered the building with the same Intention says an exchange TheJace of the princess banished all though ol frescoes from prlncs mind Nextday the two parties met again at Holdelberg and the prospected lovers lunched togatber The young people were much please with each other and the chance meeting so carefully planned brought about the munch ronght for alliance An uptodate philosopher has solv motlotnRags makes paper Paper makes money Money makes Banks Banks make loans Loans make proverty Proverty mikes rags Rags makewelI yon stop here and commence over again and keep on going until the cows comes home It reminds one of Bob ingersolls ray Ings about the Illinois farmers who raises more corn hogs to buy more land to raise more cojttlo feed more bogs to buy more land to raise more corn and soon ad finftum TheN D Thompson Publishing Company the wellknow publishers otSt Louishiveouse he language of the St LulsRepubllc scooped1 the United States Government In the publication of The Jefferson Bible concerning which there has been such spirited discussion In and out oICon gress If as was stated in the de bates of Congress there will be a call for five million copies of this Wotk It will proven publishing and business hit of usual magnitude They adver Use in aaother column of this issue for solicitors and general agents for this and other publications They offer alary and liberal cbfemlsafons to experienced capable canvAas1 Senator Bally regarded the remark Innwarrented aaa grievous ttfenlt when made by a small man yet liar ass c when applied to him bya man of his site are prefectlyjeglllmate expreselpnrHopkinsvllle Meani i ger1 i P NoWM Shall MEdsardsBrow Says r the Gypsy Who Foretold the Kings Illness The who several years ago predicted that King Edward would aevecbe crowned is BOW in Atlantic CltyShe is a queer sinisterlook ing individual with a strange look gleaming In her black eyes and whether or not her story Is to be credited it is interesting It was only after repeated questioning and a promise to withhold beUme that she consented to talk with me this morning Hewlll never be crowned lke SaMin deep prqpteUc tones mi atef among her curious colored rugs and pillows In the gypsy camp on the boardwalk He will never be crowned Why I asked Tbvifatea have set their seal upon his life she answered In a spooky whisper and the crown that was made for him will go unworn unless George will have It It Is a poison crown The fates have laid their homey fingers upon it and who wears it shall live death But how do you know this I was becoming interested so strange ly serious was the womans manner She seemed sorrowing as for one lost tilt came In a dream Once every 22 days I have a dream from the fates It was In April 1898 that I saw the Prince of Wales in my sleep He ap peared ns a king robed In the full regalia of the great office but his head was bare He seemed to be weeping Then he disappeared I was then traveling in England The Prince ot Wales was to be at the Epsom races in a little while to I Journeyed thence When I tried to reach the Princes carriage the guards hey me back They thought I wanted to harm him But I did not I only wanted to tell him otmy dream And so when I shouted it out he turned pale It is an old prophecy you know but I had never believed It The fates had not told me ol it Then when they dldl had to believe it But will the king nat recover IIe- whefl wUl aPRi i ei e1l t day for his crowning Is again set he will fall ill a little vthllej before I do not know what his Ill ness will beor whether be will die but I am sure he will neyer be crown ad55- there are more sufferers from eon stipation than from any other enemy of our race there Is a long train of annoying Ills as a direct result and there Is nothing to effective In Its treatment as Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets ascts sample lrecrd How Subscribers Treat Bills Prom the way some of our subscrib era treat the bills we send them they must imagine that It does not cost anything to run a newspaper that we have nothing to pay out for labor or material and that we live on air We would like to impress on our patrons who have this idea that it does coajt something td run our business and that we need every dollar due us So when you get One of our duns as some call them please treat them like you would a notice from your banker that you had a note falling due on a certain date You do not put these oil and pay no attention to them but you gdat once You ought to do this with your newspaper they are just as important as your bank bills Our bills are small it is true but there a good many of them and for that are reason it works a hardship on us when they are not paid We have from 150 to 200 subscriptions expir lug every month and you can readily see what this amounts to us The facilities for paying small amounts were bayer better in this county than nowWltboub lnkli centrally lo cated It is an easy matter to send a cheek It you have no account with your bank your merchant will give you a check In exchange Tor yonf dol lar and you can mall this Keep your money moving Idle money is no gcod to any ont especially II you owe It BrecklnrWge News r JrrynllfeattheSouth Dakota Chautauqua this summer The management is to be- congratulatedHopkinaville Messenger The Spanish iriara in the Philip pipes will have to go The Filipinos will never thoroughly pacified un til those orders leave the Island Tbt United State Is vitally interested In getting pacification at the earliest possible moment Nobody la this country has any prejudice against these particular orders or any other religions associations The United States however is compelled to con alder the Filipinos feelings in this case The hostlUly to the friars was the chiefcidae of the two latest up risings In the archipelago against Spain The only way to overcome the natives repugnance to the irairs is to Bcndthem out of the1 islands Their days it is safe toyjfedicti ll PklJlpplaeaGlobeJemncrat egOpportunities for Young Men Special Dispatch from Washlngt to the GlobeDemocrat says 6e fV l tary Wilson believes that not enotigi attention is paid to scientific agrjil ture by the colleges ot today andhi has taken up the agitation of this tmatter as a hobby Wherever he makes a speech he ells his hearers that his department tUillzeg the services ol every ybung- ntaraKjan d who hIS had a thorough tralaltI In some branch of scientific agriculture There faa greatdemand for this kind of service and the department has the utmdat expertwause o that are being made on them There are about 2000 people in the depart meat of agriculture who are engaged on scientific agriculture work yet hardly one of them came Into the government service fully equipped Secretary Wilson calls attention to this fact to emphasize his statement that the colleges should give more thought and attention to the develop ment agricultural sciences Therearecome fifty agricultural colleges in the country calling for com peteut teachers and some sixty or seventy agricultural experiment sta tions where there is always an open tug for a trained scientist There is money in becoming an agricultural expert and Secretary Wilson thinks that our young men would do well tp choose stlch a profession rather than the overcrowded fields of law and medicine Bears Steal Watches Dispatches sent out from Itarnslde telling about the killing of a bear near that place reminded Mr Edward Flalg oi an experlence which he bad while camping at Pine Knot some distance above Burnside several years ago The party of which Mr Flaig was a member left the railroad near Pine knot andprepared to move back some distance in the woods While in town however they were warned not to take their watches or jewelry with them btit to leave them with the station agent as a number ot jTarmcrs living near the spot where they entinded pitch their camp hall lately been robbed and relieved of gold watshes One morning alter the party hid been Incamp a few days the cookwas awakened bysome animal prowling He got a line oa it and killed it with the first discharge oi his rifle It was a bear When the animal was skinned and cleaned Incision was made into its stomach when tot the astonishment of all present four gold watches rolled out The watches were afterwards returned to the owners front whom they had been taken Danville Advocate y Politeness In Mexico Gentleman in Mexico do some things which would look rather queer here For example they hats whenever they see each other they shake hands whenever they meet and part they do not consider It bad form to stand In line on the sidewalk and stare at the ladles they wear their lists In a theater until the curtainI rise and moreover they putthemon between the acts old stand up tolook at the audience and alter a separation they embrace and pat each otner oa the back If they happen to be intimate friendsThey never chew tobacco but smoke everywhereeven in sonic theaters They nevery carry bundles in the street dut each Is attended by a servant who carries even the smaller package They are wonderfully courteous to each other and two friends will spend a good deal oi time In deciding which shall enter a or carriage fifst s rooI Finally every Mexican when strolling on a street insisted on giving the enslde of the walk to his companion as a mark of polite ness This point is quickly decidedI if there is a difference in age but if there is not and the two friends go down a street and cross often so that the relative positions are changed a new discussion as to which shall occupy the inside decomes nec essary at evey corner Japanese Do Not Swear Many good things can be said of Japan and Japanese but nbtning re fleets more credit upon that people than the tact that profanity iss vice entirely unknown ampng them Iii answer to an inquiry on this subject the Rams Horn gives this interesting information Very hlgli and compel tent authority assert that there Is In the Japanese language no word that is equivalent to an Oath Not only la there no native word in which profan- Ity my take refuge but there Is no Improved word During the last tea years foreigners have added thousand of new words to the JangUage but riot one profane word In this respect apuis believed to stand alone 10ng theVatlods J i 9 HASBEEN VSHASBEEN With Uryanism Eliminated Dem ocracy Is Nothing Iifr William Jenning Bryan has ctased to bea public leader of the first authoritybtby which the Democratic party can curry any congested State In the South Southwest and West Mr Bryan has a small opinion of Mr Cleveland Mr Cleveland has bejn ponderously telling the country toflrop Mr Bryan This Is natural Both are has beens Both are re jucmtjered for their failures And loved y Republicans lor the defeats they a y But tbeeth1aTohTdgb6iTt defeated discredited MeJrln In New York ostehta ted from Democratic plat forms la Indiana Illinois arid other States he still represents and controls the marginal vote necessary for Dem ocratic success Irom Ohio west InI 1892 Mr Govener Cleveland could never have been elected without this Populist vote Ills manager made a coalition in Oregon with the party of open repudiation It made a 11kg al 1Inaultheand the Middle States the very vote which nominated Mr Bryan In 1896 and again in 1900 gave Mr Cleveland his Western majorities in 1892 This vote is today less than then In any oi these States It is small Dut it remains in existence Its member regard themselves cheated by Mr Cleveland after 1902 They are absolutely necessary not merely to Democratic success but to a fighting chance lor the party Without these votes it cannot carry any State west ol the Mississippi three Southern States North Carolina Tennessee and Alabama becomes doubtful and the Democratic organization has no change even to make a fight for the Abuse next fall Mr Bryan knows this So does Mr Cleveland Mr Watt rson ex pressed the same view In his attack on the New York stateman he helped make great enough to be ungrcatlul to all his friends Including the Kentucky editor When Mr bryatf at taAtrCIveland as he did Jester aybe does not help himself nearer power but he ends all hope of success for the New York programme launch ed by MrClevelnridi Mr lull and all the Honorable HasBeens ofEastern DetnucracyPhil1de1pltlaPressMr Even in this era ot mammoth business transactions which nothing less than ten figures can express the ans wer of President Schwab of the Steel Trust in the suit of J Asplnwall Hodge and others is nn extraordinary document 7Mr Schwabs sworn statements in clnde the following r That the outstanding capital stock 61 the United States Steel Cor poration has a par value of 1018 583200 2 That Its outstanding bonded In debtedness amounts to o3757ooo plus 60221250 owed on securities 01 the subsidiary companies 3 That Its net profits plus those 1 thtf subsidiary companies were for the first year 98766452 4 That Its net profits for the sec ond year mdlng April i 1903 will probably exceed f140000000 5 That Its earnings for the first year equalled 13 per cent on its com onion stock an4 will equal 14 per cent on the same for the second year alter paying 7 per cent on Its preferred stock 6 That at a valuation below what they are actually worth and exclusive 01 goodwill patents trademarks anc1pt cess s owned by the corpora tfotf ls properties have a total value iof 1460 91000 t7 That its orders now on hand which will keep all pUnts busy until January 1913 aggregate 150000000 on which the net profit will be more than 60000000 These are figures that fairly stag ferine Imaginations the man in the street Think of one business concern operating plants of a value exceeding the total national debt more than all that Great Britain expended In her blUlon andOquarter Boer war equa to the total value of the exports of tie United States and equal to the combined value of alfthe cereal crops of the country including its great corn and wheat crops I No wonder the industrial evolution which has produced such a commer cial Colossus and Is producing others like unto it sets men questioning whether the enormous power concen trated In these great corporations compatible Iththat freedom In in industrial enterprise which has been a distinguishing feature of our coun try and whether it does not hold a menacVto the highestpublic interest 4 Fattening Fowls for the Market Very often the poultry raiser wishes to fatten the lwlsortb market as spsliyas possible Poultry books Liik I CONGRESSMAN GROWLEY J i Uses Peruna in His Family Fqp Catarrhal and 1 Nervous Affection ii CONOASMAN fr J B CROWLEY uj Hon Joseph B Crowley Congressman from Illinois writes from Robinson II the following praise for the great catarrh tonic Peruna Congressman Crowley says After giving Peruna a fair trlal l can cheerfully recommend your remedy to anyone suffering with coughs colds and la grippe andall catarrhal complaints Mrs Crowley has taken a number of bottles of Peraaa on account of nervous troubles It has proven a strong tonic and last Ing cure I can cheerfully recommend itJ B CROWLEY No other remedy Invented by man his over received as much praise from men ot high station u Fornna Over forty members of Congress hmo tried It and recommended it to suffering humanity They molt themselves to guanl against tho effects of the Intense strain of pnblle Lifo J to ward off the 411 effects of the changeable climate of Washington They keep It In their bomea for family hip They recommend It to their neigh bora and tho dd not hesitate Sa pubic print to declare their appreciation and endorsement ot this greatest of modern remedies and periodicals especially those derived from English sources usually recommend that they be confined in coops deprived of exercise and fed on special foods We have seen this tried many times and we tave yet to lee it made successful The fowls which have been reared at liber ty wilt not thrive ia captivity but will lose their appetite refuse to eat and lose weight Instead of gaining it The proper humane and only sensi ble manner of securing this object Is to inclose them in roomy pens so that they can move about having a halldozen in each inclosure At least four four times a day feed them a tatlon In which a variety of feed should be included Give then plea ty oi grass and clover cutja inch lengths alternating corn meal ground meat and cracked corn clos lug up the day by feeding them at night with as much whearand whole corn as they wilt eat Kep them on this feed give them plenty of pure water keep them freak from mites and lice and you may expect to have them plump and fat ready for market within ten to fourteen days after they are put uprEx Cultivating Ginseng- No industry in the county ol Pulas kl is advancing morejapidly and pro ving more successful thin the cult vatlon of ginseng There are three of the largest ginseng nurseries In the United States established near Somerset and there are ninety in all In tbe county Since 1930 the value of ginseng gardens has increased from 12000 to 100000 These gardens are furnishing the product seeds and roots for the starting of nurseries all over the North and West One of the largest 01 these gardens has orders booked lor September and Octoberto the amount of flooool arother for 4000 worth of seeds alone A stock company is be ing formed composed of growers on ly to establish a central supply nur sery in the city of Somerset or near by This company will cultivate the acquaintance oi the Chinese ship owners and endeavor to deal direct with the merchants of the Orient CourierJournal F A man with but half a thimble full of brains can see that there is aIlcJiad nigger in the wood plleln this Cu ban reciprocity scheme The Cubans never came to us egging for Tariff concessions It came from Americans who own sugar plantations on the is lands These are the beggars who seek to benefit at the expense of American sugar producersMoray- isii Falls N C YeliowJacket t It It exactly aa Congressman Crowley aytIPeruna II a swift and sure remedy tor coughs colds and la anil all caianhill complaint It Is an exceiI lent remedy in all nervous troubles never falls to prove Itself s powerful tonio and a lasting cure This IJwh4t Congressman Crowley Myt and this Jwhat thouantU of other people are Mjtug all over the United State Cotigre raanIlomnlatZXilnneyfrpm T ylor Tilie NWTkt JCf irUry had u bad a euo of catarrh ujl ever taw sad ilaoo he lisa tHea oa t p a STRUCK THE ANGEL Lightning Damaged Tower at Entrance to Cave 11111I The tower at the entrance to CaveI Hill cemetery was seriously damaged by a stroke of lightning during one of the thunder storms receitly Time bolt struck just under the figure otI the angel surmounting the tower shilling the figure about our Inches The base was also cracked The tg nre will be taken dowa while the n4cr essary repairs are being made This is the third time the tower ias been struck but singularly enoug each time the angel has escaped huh ry The tower was first a r1ct t nine years ago and again about one year agQ Bach time the base akd pedestal were seriously damaged tie figure fortunately escapitugCon- mercial 1 When the Lights Went Ont A correspondent gives us a very graphic description otaaceaeat a wellknown church where the minis ter had last finished vociferous ser mon on the Holy Spirit and the late that awaits those in whom it falls to dwell when the light went out and in twinkling giggling was heard lit every part of the church accompan led with Such remarks as You hur- tStopQalt that JU tell etc The old men becoming detsgnsted because they couldnt see nor feel anything left the house but the young remained until the light waa restored and all looked happy and seemed to fet thatll was a good thing to be there Haweavllle Plain dealer i r Changed Her Mind at the Altar Eliza Loglton and William Williams both ol Grayson county were to have been married last week Williams secured a license and repaired to the residence of his prospective bride Friends and relatives had assembled to witness the nuptial While the Rev Mr Ix gstoa was preparing td officiate Columbus Powell who lives In Hart county an told sweetheart ol Miss I gttoa appeared on the rfcese and Induced to change her mind Powell urged his claims and both men agreed to leave the matterof cbolde to the girl She chose Powell arid he paid for the license Williams had se cured He then gota flcenst for him sell and led Miss Logston to theaitar The Punlsbraer of lI lRoar lug Jake President Roosevelts actioa In the case of HellRoaring Jake Smith whom he has compulsorily retired acWterastImannomnll1l Congressman aoodwynItoVln tonBprteg AUTrrltot IIlmsve now wellmanXT 8 Senator Wi N Roich from Irlmore ND trrltetr1 LII huiyA need Pe me helped1alktcoarMRu w Qgdcn frone tleulnAOgden J I Congressman HW Smith from Mar pbyaboro 111 write i I hay takea on bottle ofPeruaa lraiy catarrh and Ifeelvery mush oonefitedoeo AV Smith I Congressman David Meoklsoa from Napojeon 0 wrltett I have used greatlybenefitedthe he aD Tld Mcldfon Senator Mallory of Pcnsacola FlawdletltlJ have used your excellent remedy Pernna and hare recommended it both 01 a tonlo and a sato catarrh rem edyVStephen R Mallory Senator M 0 Bailer oxGovernor of South Carolina writes I can recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach troubleM C Butler Senator WV Sullivan from Oxford Mist writeII I take pleasure in reC- ommendIng your gfcat national catarrh euro Peruna u the best I have over trpdW V Sullivan I OmahaNebme of a very irritating conghJ M Thnrston Congressman H Worthington from Nevada writes I have taken one hot Ue of Pecans and it has benefited me immensely n a Worthington PayneAlala grippe and I take pleasure ia recom mending Pomaa aa an excellent fe-medyY W Howard- Congressman Willlt Brewer from Haynesvllle Ala wrltet tll have used one bottle of Pemn for lassitude and I take pleasure in recommending ltWllllB Brewer If you do not derive prompt and satU factory resulU from the use of Pecans write at oace to Dr Ilartman giving a fall sUUmont ot yOur bake akdh will dICGllilm1lw01lJo though he had still a year and a half to serf on U eaeUvellstwl11 be ap plauded by everybody who Is sincerely sensitive about the honor ol the army Major Wallers cruel work la the province ot Earner Including the slaughter ot the elevea native guides was widely felt to be justified ia a technical sense at least By Smiths ordered to kill and burn and make a howling wilderness of Sa mar It was in the spirit of that or der though as the President says ia hlsvlewlilt is impossible M to tell exactly how much influence Smiths violent language had In Incitlngthe commission ofthe deeds which we all regret1tImlth was thc superior of fleer aid while Wjsller has escaped with nothing more than a public dla approValol Wa full acquittal from Gen Cbs fee It is gratifying to fine that Smith Is to snfler actual punish mentand humiliation The President has acted bravely and well in Ignoring and defying the par tisan clamor raised in defense of Smiths shameful order He takes the same view ol Smiths brutal and bonbastic behavior as The World has all along takenand he has finally vindicated his own order for the court martial la which he declared that nothing can justlfr or will be held to justify the uso1 torture or Inhu milS conduct oJ any kind on the patt oi thAMericAffAiiyNew York World Time abOve ilguature Is on tbvrapper or PINKMIXTURCtheuntil he has hIs teeth AU dwgglst- a Grammar son in Verse- A Nouns the name of anything As schoqlbr garden hoop or swing Adjective teEthe kind of nouns great small pretty white c r brown Three of these words we oRes see Called Articles a an and the Instead of nouns the Pronouns stand Johno head yourhand Verbs tell of something being done As read white spell sing jump or run How things are dene the Adverbs tell As albwlycpilckly Wor well The also tell us where and when As barium there now and tbea A Pre osIHoa stands before Arhir as in or throagh a door Conjunction ecnteBce united I Ai kitt as Bcratchaudjnppies bite surpraeAaOl Hartford Republican lssutd FWav by LIt NartfodPiab CoIncopoatei iliiiQilKimorilpastofficimicoiiilclissiniilnitlef rccnQ1 C pitxrnborlKnd ln lrh XIUv 2e JOHN hENRY THOMAN i lllur FRIDAY JULYas Republican Ticket for ApprllleJndeSn iDUtrl- rljunaEBxnaurrY Of JiorgnntowD ANNOUNCEMENTN for Circuit JniIgc Wi ore nnthorlinl to nnnonnra W T OWES nl PnrteM rpoitj a a candldnt for Circuit Judge In th Blxtk Judicial DUtrict nbJrct to the action of the Pcmcxrotlc part A new party to be known by tho musical and poetic title of Bryan or Bust is lOOn to be launched by the byproduct of modern Democracy TnE Kentucky Prew Association which baa been in session at Owens boro adjourned yesterday after ncI of the most successful meetings in history JOHN W MACKAY the noted ba nanza king passed in his last check Sunday in London and he il now breathing the extremely rarefied atmosphere of the golden whence MAl GEN John R Brook having reached the ago limit was retired from the service July 22 His army career reaches out over a span of for ty years of honorable and distinguish ed service and he retires to his home at Bar Harbor Maine enjoying tho homage ofa grateful people whom he has served so long The attempt of Miss Mary Serf of St Louis to gain notoriety by jumping into the water to be rescued by Naval Officer Hobson was undoubt edly the result of a previous under standing between the two This su premely idiotic incident has been enlarged upon by the dailies until it has reached the height of the ridicu loua It is said that the gods always grind out justice but sometimes they grind exceeding slow TUB contest for the Congressional nomination between Boreing and Colson over in the Old Eleventh seems to have reached a white heat It is a contest in which the political machinery of the entire district is arrayed against the merit intellect and superb courage of Dave Colson Ho is the peer of any man in Ken tucky and no man would reflect mor- hhonor on the State in the halls oi Congress than Col Colson CoNURESS should be prompt in heeding the demand of the National Education Association that the Bureau of Education be elevated to a full government department and its chief be given a seat in the cabinet Unfortunately our constitution gives the Federal Government no authori ty over educational matters in the States but if this department were established on a generous basis it wouldaccomplish great good BLOODY Breathitt his added anoth er chapter to her crimson annals James Cockrell the town marshal of Jackson was shot down by an assaa ain concealed in the court house at that place Wednesday The cold blooded atroaitiea which have been practiced by the uedista up there of late are more horrible than the old border warfare of the middle agea By all means the town of Jackson should be put under martial law and the lives and property of ita cit izens protected THE decision of Judge WT Owen in the caso of Wade vs Black was re ceived here Monday His decision gives the office of jajler to Blackhis majority being eight votes As in the PettitYewellcase Judge Owen rose above the partizan and decided the case on its merit Nothing can so aflectually stamp out this baleful practice of attempting to thwart the will of the people by partizan con testa as tbo fearless decision of a just Judge Let us hope that the days ofI South American politics are number ed in Kentucky ntbicCbesueybas opperation of the schools during the current year to be 232 Owing to the pauper districts in Ohio county her per capita will be reduced to about 8226 This unaccountable falling olT in the school fund is anything but reassuring to the poorly paid teachers of Kentucky Is it not high time that at least a part of the pub lie funds which have been lavishedI for political corruption verted to the nobler channel of liiheral education THE existence of mob law ia attways dangerous and degrading to to ciety but it is not BO deplorable as the condition of affairs which makest it almost a necessity If the ment for crime was swift and ure and the officers of our courts were Ifree from debasement and corruption there would be no occasion for mobe violence and indeed there would IKJ t 1i 0 hone But Just an long a a man of money nod influence can escape pun ishment for almost any crime ho may commit just BO long will public in digualion manifest itself andstamp its disapproval on tainted and pollut ed courts iu mob violence The greatest wonder is that it is BO rare fI newspapers and other moulders ofIpublic opinion would spend time in attempting to remove the causes of mob law rather than in veighing against it it would be far more commendable ALT o au an occasional occurs in the South Mississippi gave to the world last Tuesday a tragic f but imperative lesson in upholding the law In the presence of 0000 spectators in the little town of Green vile two white men Ashley Cocko and Tom Lauderdale were banged for the foul and wanton murder of U M Wray an engineer All eflorla o possible to save the mAn were put forth by wealthy and influential connection The case was reviewed byf the Supreme Court then by Govern or Longipo and was finally taken before Chief Justice White of the supreme Court of the United Slates but all efforts proved unavailing The scene on the scaffold waa shock ing Both men died hurling iwpret cations upon everything animate and inanimate Mississippi has fully vindicated herself andsliown tbnt there is at least one place where jusI tice it meted out to all alike BOOM IN HARTFORDI The spirit of public improvement is manifesting itself in Hartford One half the streets are covered witbI building material while the other half is cruwded with people anxious ly waiting for room to unload mate rial with which to commence the construction or repair of houses Capt J C Bileys nsw building on the site of the old Commercial willsoon be completed It is by far the most imposing and important business house in Ohio county The Rough River Telephone Com pany is now engaged in making many splendid improvements in ita lines here A railroad company had been form ed to build a road connecting us with the out side world Stock has been taken to such an extent that the sue cess of the enterprise is practically as sured These with other marvelous developments of late make Hartford one of the best towns in Western Kentucky in which to invest money Her citizens bearing a fewUmosa backs who are always found stand ing across the path of commercial theIcommunication the possibilities of old Hartford are almost limitless Every citizen of the town should feel vitally interested in the splendid prospect for a railroad and lend his whole energy to the enterprise TaxpayersI be at the following places on the dates mentioned below All claims ol Ss and under that have been certified to me on the tajfcbook will be nald by me All claims over 5 are to be paid by the county treasurer I am compelled to settle every thirty days with the county treasurer Come on with yonr cash as the time is too late for me to come to see you Beds Saturday August 2 Hefltn Tuesday August 5 Buford Wednesday August 6 Belts Run Thursday August 7 Ralphs Store Friday August 8 Fordsvllle Saturday August 9 Magan Monday August uIDeanfield Tuesday Aug 12 Shrove Thursday August 14 Narrows Friday August asIOlaton Saturday August 16 Horse Branch Tuesday August 19 Bilzetonn Wednesday August 20 Cromwell Thursaay August 21JRoslne Friday August 22 Centertpwn Tuesday August 12 Wysox Wednesday August 13 Rockport Thursday August 14 Ceralvo Friday August itSmallhouse Saturday Point PleasantTuesday August 19 Beaver Dam Tuesday August 12 a McIIenry Thursday August 14 Hartford plx days in the week every week CArP KnowN S O C r State Guard MeetstThe annual State Guard Encamp mfat will be held at Mammoth Cave one of the worlds wonders beginning July 3h and endfng August 18 1902 It is our desire to make this the most attractive and entertaining Encampment vet held and to this tend the social feature during the iThreeduring each regiments aside from the hop that will occur nightly One n honor of the Govenor one in honor f the Adjutant General and one in onor of the offices ol each regiment The satisfaction of viewing Mam Cave au education within itsell he pleasure ol boating fishtog and bathing in historic Green river to ether with the numerous social tea- ivities will make this an exceptional o time for making the trip The lowest rates ever given by the railroads of the State wilt prevail during the entire Encampment while ghe A MURDER Reported From Richards Spring Ilie Scene of Many BatHes Rolla Sanders Instantly Killed by Young Cooper Mc Quady A killing Is reported Irom Richards opting the scene of a hundred battier The historic placeIs ahMit six miles from Porilsvllle on the Clovcrport- OIlll Saturday afternoon Rolla Sanders was hot and instantly killed by Cooper Mi Quay The deed was done with a comm n bulldog pistol The bullet entered under Sanders lift ear and came out JTherespring which bas been famous place u such affairs lor forty y irs There was a gcod crowd on the ground with plenty of rider und ho little whisky Sanders and McQuatly bad been at oujs for severel months and when they met at the picnic they re newed their qarretEach seemed ot the other and they kept up heir war of words lor two hours Finally they came to close quarters and after abusing one and another for fifteen minuts Sanders turned away said Ah you wont fight When be had walked fifteen steps away McQuady said Ill show you wbcathcr I will fight or not and at the same time drew his pistol Sanders heard the remark and started if to turn round As he did so Mc Quady fired and Sanders Sell dead Both men were drinking whisky being sold in the bushes near by Sanders has a bad record He was the son of Scott Sanders who was a noted character from twenty to thirty years ago He was about twentysix years old and had been a terror from his youth up Six or seven years ago he and a comrade went to Fordsvllle where a danccwas progress in a house in the outskirts of the town They sat down in a branch and put rough edges on their knives on a sandrock and then went to the party On reaching the house they jumped into the door and commenced cutting right and left Neither of them knew a soul at the place Sanders cut a young man named West rlield so that it was thought he would certainly die He recovered however after being an in valid for several years Morgan almost killed a youth named Frank Roberts Several others were cut The two men escaped in the darkness About three years ago Sanders went Deanefield to see his sister who had married a man named BobMills He began cursing his sister about some thing and Mills shot him in the arm He had been in a great deal of trouble The man Morgan who is referred to above was killed four years ago by an uuknownman and his body thrown in Green river near Rochester Richards springs is a place where they used to say that the fighters in the neighborhood would haul up rock by the sled load to be used in the fights at the picnic on the following day The neighborhood has been notorious for forty years though there are many good people living in it Inquirer The above account of the killing near Fordsvllle we are informed cor rect in the main except that it occur ed at Fuels store near Victoria and that Sanders lived about eight hours after he had beenshot Sanderswas one of the men who was Instrumental In bracking up the speaking at Deanefield during the campaign last fall To those who were paesent on that occasion his death will come as no very great supprlse r Scmmer complaint ii unusuallyI prevalent among children season A well developed case in the writers famly was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyone of the best patent medicines man efactared and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe is not Intended as a free pull for he company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy reach ol physician No fatuity should be without bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by all druggists m During the past five years the Ne brash Indian Base Ball Team has played in all the large cities of the country This famous organizationa of savages has appeared Omaha Cedar Rapids Rock Island Dubuque Chicago Canton Akron bTroyliar Importance Besides these cities he Indians have played in over 400 other places In the United States m nd Canada They will play the RonA Nice Compliment Sundays Louisville Commercial do- svoted ia couple ofcolums to travel- Ing men and pays the following well deserved compliment to Mr J Will Webber of Owensboro who married Miss Jessie Allen a former resident bl Hartford You ought to go with J W Webber f Post J Evansvllle when he visits his trade which Is the grocery line He is a warbler in its literal sense for he can rattle ofl his items from NewOrleans molasses to the highest radea of Imported material known to e grocery trade He never hRS to can C CANCEROUS ULCERSthe sore with washes salves because the germs of Cancer are multiplying in the and the new C iiicer cells which are constantly develop- Ing the and discharge and at last announce the approach of the rating and sloughing stage and a SIckenIng cancerous sore uegins na dcatruchework No ulcer or sore can exist with out Come predisposing Internalcause that has poisoned blood and tin open discharging ulcer or the fester Ing sore on the lip cheek or other runt of the body will continue to many blood Studs preadaneat deeper the unless the blood is purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S cleanses the blood decaying effete matter It has great and purifying properties that soon destroy the genus and poisons and restore blood 4t3 natural condition And when pure blood is processllegeSIf an ulcer or chronic kind write us about it inedl catadvice wilt you nothing Books on Cancer and other diseases of blood will sent free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga alter when pMcrs nre to be quoted for he has them all on his tongues end He is a prince among tutu being pos eared ol those sterling qualities which go so far towards making man and a gentleman in all the term a T P A whose words as good as his bond find a faithful worker in all matters pertaining to the organization SMALLHOUSE Mrs Jennie and family will lave to lay for rockpoit Ky to reo sideMr Robert Bennett and lamlly who have been our midst for some time making a crop have returned to their home at Beda Misses Alice Fulkerson and Grade Reid and Messrs Ray and Worth Ful Iterson visited relatives at Narrows and Sulphur Springs this week Messrs Sanford Fulkerson and Jas E Maddox were the guests Mr Fulkersons father W H Fulkerson SundayMisses Kate Robertson and Essie Nichols and Mr Roy Robertson attended cnurch at Equality Sunday Miss Cora Kimbley is the guest her cousin Miss Maude Klmbley Owensboro She was accompanied as far as Livermore by her brother Mr Ott Kimbley and Misses Hunter and Althy Addlngton Mr Will Bennett and lamilyol Be da visited relatives here recently Miss Tressle Ewing South Carroll ton is the guest of Miss Ara With rowlIIrsLula Jingo and Mrs Annie Edmonson are the guests of Mr Alonzo France and family Mrs Joe Bullock and children art visiting Mr Bullocks parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Bishop Mataazas Mrs P L Wood and little daugh ters Athel and Amy of Ceralvo vis ited relatives here recently Mr Robert Hunter who was the guest of hrs daughter Mrs las Trun nell Utica the past has returned home Miss Altha AddIngton is the guest ofMiss Mary D Cnlbertcon Central City Misses Annie Geiger and Leila Hunty visited Mrs Dora Atherton Duel Saturday and Sunday Miss Augusta Geiger who has beer visiting her sister Mrs Liz for the past few weeks will return home to day Mrs Tom Harris who has beer quitsick is to be ont again Mr and Mrs Ed Bills Rockport visited relatives here Saturday and SundayMr D Hunt and amity and W T Howell went to Beaver Dam Sunday Meurs Robert Hunter AJya Cal loway Clarence O verbals and Herbert Ball went to Rockport today Mr Sam Barnard Hopkins county who has been visiting his Mr and Mrs Geo W Barnard will return home to day Mr and Mrs T T Barnard have gone to Niagara Falls lIIrAb Yelser was In our midst the guest of Miss Oma Maddox SULPHUR SPRINGS communltrlvisited her daughter Mrs Allle Wil son yesterday Miss Minnie Stevens Livermore who has been visiting friends and rel atives here since July 2nd returned home today accompanied by her cousin Mr Nattle Boswell Miss made many friends white here nd we very much regret to have her return home Born to the wife of Mr P W Ta or July 3rd a boy Mr Mack Bean Auburn is visit- Ing friends In this and adjoining com unities Misses Mlpnie Stevens and Verna oawehl were the guests of Miss Cal He last Frldajr Messrs Eslle Blacklock and Orvis Wedding who have been in Arkan aa for the past four months are expected home in a few days Mr Adolphus Johnson of Auburn was here lit week on businessi Mr Arthur Wilson has bought farmnearlhere and seems to hold on in the Summer You can stop It if you will only take the advice you see here and use Ra mons English Cough syrup You get It for 35 cents III Are in respects like other ulcers sores and this resemblance often proves orI lunble tlllle is lost In fniitless efforts to and that irritation hideous In February 1800 I noticed a until lump on my low r Up Th doctor ou tarlxtd It but another cam and broke out Int U pen airs I btcaa to take S S 8 and after I had takM uabot tiel the place ka1 antlrcly and no leni of th bars bn aeon- since W P Brown Holland S O into flesh S S of all antidotal the to S you have sore of any cost be THE to Implies true Balls in of 01 Withrow week able parents Sunday CENTLAL GROVE Rev R W Danks preached an in terestlng sermon at the Baptist church Sunday- Mr B M Faught who b s been oa the sick list for several days is improvingMrs L Mllller Is visiting Ida lives in Union county Misses Madie and Ada Park art visiting their aunt Mrs G LEver ly Ceralvo Mrs Mary Balls has returned to her home near Smallboose after a weeks visit to relatives In the com munltyjAn ice cream supper will be giver at the Baptist church next Saturday nlgbt Proceeds to be for the benefit of the church j Masters Wilbur and Ray FaughtY of Smallhouse visited their grand parents Mr and Mrs B M Faught t recently- I I Ilob Alice Bosktt will teach tb at this place IMiss Mattie Tlchenor will teach at IStony Point and Mrs J M Bishop and grandson Master Leon Bishop will fj leave this week for Corbin Ky I where they will visit Capt Oscai and and family IRev J A Miller Hopewell attend- i ed church at this placeSunday 1Tbe Seven Hills Chautauqua i At rapidly assuming I proportion as vast as any similar gathering in the United States Ev i cry thing that money and men can Id0 beenIan j there through the trees beautiful flower beds and magnificent lawnc greet the eye from every direction a charming lagoom nearly an acre In extent filled with crystal water upon which float graceful boats are but few of the many attractive things A great auditorium seating six thousand people has been erected en tirely of steel a magnificent office building of brick and Stone stands on lithe island in the center of the lagoon headquarters and lodge buildings are to be found in the variant parts of the grounds tennis courts croquet grounds the bowling alley and the morygoround for a line lIt of physical attractions- The programe is undoubtedly the best ever published In the United States and contains the names ol al Ernest all of the prominent man and woman of the platform The price of admission are so low that people can Ilive there as cheaply as athome eith cottagesI G Archer i will be delighted to send a booklet I explaining alt about this meeting to any one who will send their name I and address to tte Seven Hills Chau I tanqua Owensboro Ky Cut this out and tate It to all drug gists Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab ets The best physic They also cor rect disorders of the stomach Price 25 cents for sale by all druggists arc 7O2 Report of the Condition of the FIRST MTIONKL BRNK Of Hartford at Hartford In the State of Kentucky at the close of busi ness July a619n2 HKsnuncKs laM DIIIIrouoltIt-U l H lloml toVCBW circulation J3tioo00 Orfnlraltn wrared and noncored none Hanking hoes farnltnn unit flitnrni lUTTO lice from National Unnti not mrrra Pf tltillrrnTMrrrTTt nlilrr ui 8V7361 Due from npiirovird mirrred ngenU 7111UI ChMki and other rnnhltcnn Note of other National llanki 40000 Fractional paper currency nlckli ant feo- tLAtL rn irtllrliliiujui 400tStoaay flauyg is HAKI TU l- tegal 8pleI03Under 1 4WWJ5 note raaoojSIledemptlon land with 11 R Treaiar erSpererntof clrrulatlan IJ10M ITOTALIoCapltalitock palollnfoooooSar- rlao fund uMHHM MiHHHH 2 00000 Undivided proflU heaalpnes andatau palJ National Hank note ou t tan dlo5 I5oooco llue to Stat nankt and llank n UtJli IsIndividual deposit ubjeet to cberki MT140T 5Tlae certlflcatM of depoilt ltOH84 TOT1L ioiuiiS- tate of entnekl Connlj of Onto r J CJtiiyCaaMr of the abort named btoIq solemnly iwtar that tin abort itaUmtailt true to theDMt ot piy lnnwMt and belief J C InLay Cashier- sHnbucrltxd and worn to before me thU SitS- day of July yiIOLLY5h comululan brurIO 1801 hS4 wT UOnrriK U UJdI DItto CJIluojiH I aAKINC IT iAnSA wise manor woman is always looking for tho store whore he gets real value for what ho spends He looks at the quality first quantity secondIlie knows that the spurious use all their powers in imitating the good He cOllies where ho kitows he can got real value for what ho slendswherofrthey sell at a narrow margin and do a large volume of Hat and be in with the come our Our of will you We can you and Our Para J sols Fans are all your and we on lots of odds and at big If ROCKPORT On next 26th mat the xrkpott Base Ball Club will cross bits with the strong team ol Render at Render grounds Misses I zzle Graves Ollie Reid and Mabel Maddox spent Monday nf ternoon at Echols Mr Harry Mouioe ol is In town on business Mr L L Tapp ol Is In on business night the dirty rogue has been Into the News office here for a number of thuu and had carried all of the cons posing sticks away was enough to bring them back and sup them through the window Mr II H Pierce our barber and editor of The News was in a play and some one threw a crcquet ball and struck him on the ankle joint and hurt him At present Mr Pierce is not to walk Marshal G W Tilford arrested two fellows for being drunk and on the streets and lodged them in the lockup will loose two citizens with families this week as follows Messrs Will Hollifield and Riley Hughes will leave for Rock Springs Wyo Mr Bud Stokes will leave for Herrln III They have a large circle of friends regret to see them leave Mr Z Harrel our general the sick list at this writing SUte of Ohio Prank J Cheney makes oath he is senior partner ol the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred and every case of cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and in my presence this 6th cember A 1886 f W Glearon sAr- i V i Notary Public Halls Citirrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for free F J Cheney Co Toledo Q Sold by 750 halts Family Pills are the best 0ASTOnlbs KM Yet liars Atari Boflrtt YAJP MAXWELL Crops In this section are very fine but need rain to prevent damage The is at work collect ug funds for New Bethel church J Several from this the social at Mr Chjsms ast night All report a pleasant time Mr Henry Taylor Is very sick of typhoid ever Miss Minnie Ogleaby who has been Mrs Hayden t this place has returned home Miss Birdie O born of visiting Miss Florence Rowan near Rpugh river locks Mlrs Glss Georgia Dell of Pleasant Ridge is visiting Miss Forest Cat boon at this pla Mr Gilbert Holbrook has gone to oung man ot talent He as many friends who are anxious for is success in his chosen field ofI C Comfort L in a large part in having weigt Buy one of Ollr nice Sergo and Vests a a nice up I todate a pair of Shoes elegant IIPtodateminutoInew Tan Madras Ovcrshirts the one of our elegant I An Invitation Everybody wishing to dressed accord season should to store stocks airly comfortable Waist Skirt and Dress Goods certainly surprise please hi quality price Slippers Vests Etc built to liking have stockreducing prices them Broken goods ends a in price 11ESaturday Lellchfield Evansville town Last who breaking printing gentleman uptodate formerly Rockport verybad able Yesterday disorderly Rockrort prominent who uptodate merchantson sLucasthat DoUarlorl each subcrlbedI D AA testimonials Druggists XAB- cautb Wgac committee repairing nelghborhpodat Phil Saturday babygfrl Moseleyvlile visiting Henderson eSJionppleudld IDr Summer Consists Iight wellmade Clothing Coats lightweight Pants Straw lightweight Summer Collar Neckties Hosiery reduction I Price Power and Buying Genius Make SAM BACHSTUB GREATEST PLACE FOR DRY GOODS BUYINGS 10 JK FOUND ANYWhERE r We have IJofJfib 7 rWe Honestly Believe IThat quality considered we can scIUyou anything you need in Dry Goods Car pets or Shoes at as low a price as first quality goods can be sold for Remem ber poor quality Goods arc notcheapfit any price Our first consideration Is QUALITY YQurs for business S SAM BACH Hartford1j JARNAGIN WILLIAMS aeaverDazn XyA- re still at their Big Building on Main Street saving the pea oJrplo money on theircelebrated line of Canton Farm Imple menls and the Milburn Wagon strongeat and beat tnadeP it t 0 Buggies fully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Drilltthe hopperWe Thresh i 7 err including Pea Hollers We are agents for McCormick 3 Harvesting Machinery such as Binders HowerSfCoro Harvest ers and Shredders Your patronage is solicited Prices the lowest and quality guaranteed Yours Respy 0 JARNMIHJ VILU4M Beaver DalllKfi7S summer months with his brother practicing medicine He will return to Louisville in the spring to complete his course The way things look It seems like we may have a wedding In the near future S p S It makes no difference whether or not you lIre interested in base ball yon cannot afford to miss seeing the Ne braska Indian base ball team which will appear at Hartford on Saturday August 9 See the genuine Indians play the national game The chance may not come agafn Liver Pills I needbsomething gooddigestion icr pills 1 cure con biliousnessGently j1brownBUCKINGHAMS DYE m I Me ee DosITle A C 2S l Cumi1ad TaiipAiT f ANDS Telegraph j I COMPANY I roRAIKDOperating toll lines c In Kentucky IndlanaMissiMfll andIDilltaqtltnewltJtStates and Territories has established I anezcbange ttiHartford and surround country They wish to make their vatuableasp finishing service to patties living 1JI reasonebledistance other Infonnitlonmay over be cibtaltJeiJatIstore Hartford Ky J I MrNOWLIH Manager 3L C i t Kesp Ji la Your Horn I find whet the bowel fail to act prop i rlyj take a dose of 1irona LAZATIV I SYRUPIt acts gently liiit effectualljou he kidneys liver and will keep rour system In good working orfteran4 clearfforRosiueKyS r plI 4 a j Ak 1H4 4414LH- i riIII Theyre Coming 7I1 Our WayI Those people who want the biggest kind of values fortho least possible mofioy Our stock of Summer Goods is yet larger than it should bo at this season In order that wo may still reduce itwo are oll ring special inducements in inany of our Departments SPECIAL NO IOur entire lino of lOc 15c mid 20c Wash Goods at 8e lOc lIul1cnothing re served must clean up SlippersSlipperssold for 160 200 and 250 are now 125 goodSlipporsi SPECIAL NO 3Mens and Boys Straw lints 1stockhas been greatly reduced but wo still have some late uptodato styles that wo are closing out tt special prides SPECIAL NO 40no lot of genuine Madras Cloth Shirtssizes 14 to 151n11 the Into fancy weaves a regular 75e J111itYto close out at 19c Are typo bargains for men 1 SPECIAL NO 5 Childrcns fhst Black Ribbed Hoso good weaving warranted first black close f r r fitting and finished topn regular I5e Hose for lOc per pair Dont pass them if the children need Hose a i Depattmentonlyalimitod mo it 1ltey still go as they have been going buystylisllHcaswear 1 1 lingoof Sash Ribbons in Tafibtta and Satin t It costs nothingJU look Come anti got our price t Compare qualities and you will readily see that we nro underselling all of our competitors Wo tako in exchange your Eggs Fcathcra Chick ens Hams itc nilat the highest market price THE PLAOH IS 1l l IA f MAJ t1 I AI II AI II n 11111t11 a I II II II H I It 1llllllHto li f t hartford Republican ft p FRIDAY JULY 2- 5INCUBA t f whore it Uhet aN the year round Scotts Emulsion Kb betty than any whue dbe- lathswort So nhtop ttw H In ammtr or you wIN tote what you have cabled K dtot a riff SCOTT lit DOWN It ctcraUt Ne York streetasit dru bU- r fTedd lI makes good meal Try if See Carson Uroa new line of fine RngHsh Chloaware See the eice rub cakes and crack i ers at City Reetau rautICity Restaurant is the place to get r your good things to cat Jdlidness and neatness In all thing Bearable at Carson Cos Highest market price paid for wheat at J W Fords Water Mill B W Jackson Mammoth Photo r Tent will be at Pordiville August 8 youtiC- ot Cheese Dried Beef Ilam- landCrackerilreah1 t CityRestau rant 1 f For the etlebrat Ames Buggies the best vehicle sold In Kentucky see Alva Taylor Yon want ttr Clothing stylish Jdto fljustwhat we keep CARSON lie Co t Of course you go tll the City Res tnuraut for cold drinks Ice Cream Sherbet etc x No shoddy sham or cheap stuff CAn be found here We are unable to sell It CARSON Co I Mr Manlord Drown has taken out license to buy produce and sell mer chandlse near Narrows Ky Pine stylish Hats for youngsters to play football with or1 to use fo bait cans CARSON Cot fpeuoni seeding head stonea or i gravemarkets bhonld see Mr D J L Bronzeat Hot weather clotlwfl this It the month lor them andthis is the place toCndlhem CARSOKCO 1 Dr D W King is locate nt WG Hardwicka for thepractice of Osteopa thy ConsnUatlon examination free 1 A wlIdprOfI810nOI modest effect i n warm weather Shirts ajt prices from 13otp 75 CARSON frCo I fig t tr 11 All the style and dash the fashions call for is to be had here CARSON Co RK L Tweddell I1I0W ready to grind yont corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located soalh end iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Mr Dowllog representing the Champion Bridge Co Is erecting an lion trestle on the levee about one half mile north of Hartford Mr Clarence DeWeese of Shreve obtained the appointment to the A M College Lexington at the ex amlnatloB held here last Saturday Just received an elegant line of Shirts all colors and qualities You cannot help but buy If you look at them CARSON Co Leave your Laundryat Cleve Mars for tho Rlckmoad Stunt Beat work brought to Hartfordor m charge RACZAKD PATIN Agents Have yon seen what a pretty Hoe of infants Hosiery we have Call and see them Also a nice line pi Childrens and Misses Hosiery ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Honest methods dre the groundwork of our business We are willing to b held strictly accountable for everything we sejl you CARSON Co Remember the conomy Dry Goods Store when you need a new suit new Hose Socks Collars and Ties Let us take your mersure for a new Salt to order guarantee a fit Jive us a trial MRS SARA COIUNS SMITH The dwelling house ot Supt Mc Henry Rhodes at Owensbpro caught fire Wednesday but was extinguish ed before serious damage had been done Supt Rhodes estimates his loss at about f125 Early Wednesday morning Owens boro was visited by a fire The Owensboro Planing mill and the Continental Warehouse were totally destroyed The loss was heavy being only partly covered by insurance A barbecue will be given at Jingo Saturday August 16 by John WIllis buibeccre followed by an cream sup er at night The proprietors an- I making preparatlns for a larg crowd Prof Wm Poster who is a mem her oi the faculty of Princeton Uni vet ally Is spending his summer n with relatives In Ohio county He is a young man of whom the conn ty should be very proud His llfi has been eminently successful am should be an Inspiration to any yoanj hlghestJ r Dr SI Wedding who has been very sick is repoited better MISS Sarah Keown daughter 01 Sheriff Keown was very badly scalded yesterday while handling a pale o hot water Miss Matte Graves will give a bulb day party to her many young friend at the home of her mother Mrs Dr StaVley tonight Mr V R Bartholomew who is engaged In the timber business here has Jut returned from a visit to hi a home at Cleveland Ohio The Hartford boys gained anothe victory over the Centarl City base ball team on the letters home ground las t Saturday The score was 15 to 16 i n Hartfords favor The Hartford and Livermore bas e ball teams will play a match game a Rough River Park here Sunday 1 promises to be one of the most Inter estlng games of the season At the white teachers examination held here laitPalday and Saturda there were thirteen applicants Tw received firstclass six aEcond class and three thirdclass certificates There were onTy two failures The annual etcampment of th State Guard will be held at Mammoth Cave from July 30 to August 18 low rates on all railroads leading to the cave will be given and a splendid opportunity afforded to visit Kentuckys greatest national wonder Dont forget that we are living this warm weather Come to see us and we will show you the nobblest line ol thin dress fabrics that you will find anywhere at prices to suit every body ECONOMY DRY Goods STORK The Hartford base ball team played the visiting telephone boys at Rough River Park on last Sunday The game was replete with funny Incident the bestof feeling prevailing through out Hartford held up its unbroken records of victory by a score of itto6 Mr Will Forrester of Uptonsvllle LaRue county who has been visiting his brother and wife Mr and Mrs Bob Porrester has returned home He Is thinking of milkIng Hartford his home In the near future Mr Forrester visited his niece Mrs D W Likens while at Hartford Mr Rethel Duke Hartford and Miss Mary B Davis Prentls who attempted to elope to Indiana sometime back mention of which was made in these columns succeeded In eluding the vigilance of the gIrls parents and reached Cannelton last Sunday night and were married The barbecue at Prentls last Satur day was a complete success and the proprietors are to be congratulated Mem RIngo and Bnrkhead con dldates for Commonwealths Attorney and Circuit Judge harangued the pea pie in the afternoon Judge Owen was unable to be present as advertised The Newbraska Indian Base Ball Team has played with great success through Nebraska Iowa Illinois Wisconsin Michigan Indiana Ohio Pennsylvania New York and New Jersey The Indians also played through Canada from end to end without loosing a game This Is the original Indian ball team composed ol gennlne red men They will play the Hartford Base hall team at Hart ford on Saturday August 9 A birthday dinner was presented to- M Thos W Wedding and wife 01 Barrette Ferry OB Sunday July ao by their five living children Mrs Wedding was 77 years old on July i and Mr Wedding was So years ol Jaly 20 The dinner was excellent and well prepared Mrs Marl- aDonlsonlhe only living sister of Mr Wedding ar present and Is now 7J years old aaii s in fine health There were 24 grandchildren present and a great many of the neighbors in all about filly We hope these old peo pie may live to see several yet and that peace may be wit them during the last days of their lives Horse Stolen Stolen from my farm near Beda on the night ol July to one dark bay nearly brown mare about eight years old about 15 hands and one Inch high black mane and tall white around ankle of left hind foot Lame periodically in lea hind foot a Sew white hairs in forehead A reward of 25 oo will be gIven for the return oi the mare to M W BARNARD Beds Ky Hair Falls fI I tried Ayers Hair Vigor to stop my hair from falling One half a bottle cured me J C Baxter Braldwood Ill Ayers Hair Vigor Is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of Its Aelittle of itgpes along way It doesnt take much of it to Stop falling of the haaymake the hair grow grayhairi lIfyour drunlu cannot an ply yon expressgot your nesreetteinrM onke Address J Co AYCIi CO Lowell Mu ABOUT PEOPLE Mr II G Smith Beda visited us Monday fSheriff R L Boyd was In town Monday Mr Win Tombs of Ralph called I on us Monday t Mr W A Hill of Ceralvo paid us- a visit Tuesday 1 Mr U S Whalcn Prentls gave us- a call Saturday Mr W N Miller of Roxey called to see ua Monday calledrto gee ua Saturday Mr W H Martin of Olnton wm a caller Wednesday Mr John W Petty of Rockport was in town Saturday Beaver Dam TuesdaytMr Robert H Miller Taylor Mines gave us a call Monday Mr W A Carson of Beda called- at this office Wednesday Centertownodropped in to see us Mondoy Mr R W Ragland of Rosine was in town Monday and Tuesday inetown Monday and called to see us Mr K C Bytes of Friedland call ed at onr office while in town Tnes dayMr Wm Bryant ol Rosine was in town Tuesday and gave us n pleasant callProf Wm Park of Barretts Ferry was among our pleasant callers Mon nayDrIas A Dnfi of Olaton gave TUB RKPUBUCAN a pleasant call Mon dayMr Armltagethe railroad projector of Phlladelpbiacalled the office yes terdayMr W H Griffin has returned from an extended trip to CrowleyLou isiana Messrs Chas Crowder and J M Holloway Rosine spent Wednesday in town Mr Sam Turner of Maxwell spent Monday and Tuesday with his broth er here Mr J T Smith Jr of Fordsvllle attended court here Monda and TuesdayMr Harbison of Shelby vllle is visiting the family of Mr Tom Taylor Prof R P Robertson of Echols gave ns a call while in town on busI- ness Tuesday Messrs S L Fnlkerson and Dan F GIbbs of Rockport gave us a very pleasant call Saturday Mrs J T Snell and Miss Dorcus Snell of Central Grove were callers at our office Monday Mre T Likens of the Fordsville Independent was one of our many pleasant callers last Monday Messrs R B Martin and T B Cooper of Cromwell were la attendance at Quarterly court this week Miss Margaret Dngan Marks will leave to morrow for Fordsvllle where she will be the guest of Miss Alma Ford Mr and Mrs Chas Mays of Owens boro are visiting their Infant grand son at Mr W G Hardwicka this rouerouter entrjdasade his tames at Io a m papal ve1anarratddozenof the customs of the ashto theterest as lf the president ol- knew no more abc wnnoi I than If be had never before d kanaowase e IgoiWas timhInches I front executing movementI thehtnesday on JegafunsTness He la ex Superintendent of Butler countyand is now engaged in the practice ol law Attorney Ernest Woodward and a young lady friend are visiting In Day vlexs county this week We are not informed as to whether they will ex tend their visit to relatliveslnJadlana- or not Elopement On last Saturday Mrs M M Harl of Barretts Ferry and Miss Murtie Shreve of Shreve left their homes ostensibly to attend the Catholic barbecue at Whitesvllle But occordlng to previous arrangement they pro longed their journey to Evlnsvllle Ind where they were married Monday Mr Had In the son or Mr J P Hart and Is an energetic young farm er He served two years in the army In the Philippines and is one of the very few young men to accumulate money during his service Hell 28 years of age Miss Shreve is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr MOI Shreve She Isonly 16 years of age There Is no other base ball team In the country that W at all like theNe braska Indian Base Ball Team In the first place theteam is composed of genuine Indians and in the second place they play the finest base ball of any team traveling Then too they camp right on the grounds where i they play and live in true savage style1 Tile Nebraska Indians Will play thtnIartlord Base Pall team at HnAfordpn Saturday August 9 No one whoenjoys sport or novelty should miss this event +Attorney C It Smith nod Mr Wil bur Tinnlcy attcudcd the Masonic lodge at Ceralvo last night rNotice of Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 19341 directed to mewhl 1flssued from the clerkV office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor ol Margaret Ressll against W T Tilford Xor one of my deputies will be on Monday the 1St day of September 1932 between the hours of i oclock p m and 3 oclock p m at the court house door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder on a credit W three months the following property to wit A certain house and lot in the town of Crom well Ohio county Ky sometimes known as the Wise property and bounded on the North by the lands of Mrs JN Martin on the East by those of RP Sorrells on the South by a street commonly known as Main street and on the West by property ofASach levIed upon as Uie propertyiol y ir Tllford Witness my hand this iglfa day of July 1902 CAI PVKEOWN SOC- By R L BOYD D S n rThe Republican has just received the watch which is to be given to the most popular lady teacher in theJ county All those who are interested in the voting contest are at liberty to call and examine It Owing to the absence of the editor no statement as to the standing of any of the candl dates can be given this week though a large number of votes have been cast rCard of Thanks EDITOR REPUBLICAN Not long ago some one kindly placed my name be fore the public to be voted for in the contest for the premium which your paper offers to the most popular teacher in the county Now I am sincerely and profoundly greatful for this mark ol esteem and the unsolicited support which I have since received but not having taught but a short time in the county I feel that my claim Is not so strong on the public as other teachers who have taught longer in the county and I therefore wish to withdraw from the raceagaln assuring those who aided me that their kindly assistance will not be forgotten I am Very truly Wu PARK a BEAVER DAM Prof J M Matheny and family 01I Indianapolis arrived last week and have gonero nonsVeeplag In the Blr cottage Prof cII Turvey who Is one OfI the faculty of the West Kentucky Seminary arrived Saturday Pros pects are very flittering fora good school the coming year Mrs S P Taylor and children are visiting MM Taylors mother near Fordsville Mr and Mrs Harry Waddle Rock port spent Sunday with relatives here Messrs Ellis and rendition Coleman Louisville and Mrs Gertrude Hewlett and daughter South Carroll ton have been visiting Dr and Mrs J S Coleman Miss Georgia Loyd Owenabro Is tha guest of Misses Verda and Bessie Loyd i Mr George Brooks Whitesvllle who bas been the guest ol his sister Mrs A C Cooke returned home Wednesday Mr Sam Duncan organfield ar rived Tuesday for ad extended visit to his sister Mrs Eliza Gray Mr and Mrs H D Hunt and daDgntcr Miss Sallie of Smallhouse wets in town Sunday enroute to LoufsvilleMr H Barnes Is spending the week at Dawson Mrs K J McKenney and children of Louisville arrived Thursday for a visit to relatives Misses Jessie Glenn and Katie Thomas Hartford who have been the guests ol Mrs J II Barnes ttturued home Thursday Mrs LuettaBlankenship lavishing relatives InQwenstioro Mrs Dora McGhee Earllngton is the guest of Mrs J P McKenneyi Master I h Edward Taylor Crowley Laarrived Sunday to spend several weeks with relatives Messrs Homer Ebleu and James Wells Louisville who have beenvis I itlpg Mr and rsI H Barnes have returned home Msses Mary M McKenney and Laura Wilson Lonlsvllle are the guests ol friends here Hiss May Err has returned from visit to friends at Smallhonce A Sustaining blot These are the enervating days when as sonjebody has said inertdro by the sunstroke as If the Day of Fire had dawned are fraught with danger to peoplewhoaeaystems are poorly sustained andtbls leads ua to say In the Interest ofthe less Robust of our readers that the tail effect o Hoods Sarsaparllla la such as to sug gest the propriety ol calling this med icine something besides a blood purl fier and tonJcsaya suStaining diet It makes it much easier b bear the heat assure refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much Sickness at1 this tinie of year S i General DebilityD- ay In and out there Is that feeling 61 vrakiicss that makes a hnrdiin of Itself Iood docs pot itrengtlien steep dues not rffresh It IB hard to do hard to bear what should bo easy vitality If on the ebb and die whole system urrpt1- lIor this condition tako Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and lone to oil the organs and functions and led for all rundown orebllltncydumeqlulood llmilil 11LU sun CODU pxtkm 1 ant WHERE THEY TEACH Ohio County Teachers for 1902 Name andDistrict The following is almost a complete list of the teachers of the county together with the schools they ylll teach during the current school year Hartford Morton lie Shultz Vlcto ry hula Acton Duke SnlI phur Springs Ellis Mitchell Olaton Dee Stewart Render V M Mosely Acton Lena Bennett Ricket toM Sandifur Cave Hill Jesse Rock Goshen L K Milburn Von Mag gie Paxton Sarvis HUlStqllaTanner Upper Point Evettt Smith j Bnsklll Hunter J Cerajvo W S Hlll CefltcrtowB a D Render Htghvlew 00 No 19 nRMaddox Bsrnetts Creek Mack Poster Cool Springs Taylor Town Horse Branch J A Dun Skinner Cooper Bircn Hodges Oak Grove Gordon Jones Blzetown II C Crowder Hickory Lonnle Leach All Pleasant Chas Crowder Rosine J S Pllzhiigh Sa lem W S Sandbach Leach R B Renfrew Narrows J C Lawrence Whittlnghili Ell Moxley Davidson Irene Whlttinghlll Excelsor Rosa Berry man Beech Valley Mary Hol loway Daugherty B S Howard Odelle Mrs Head Williams S W Crowe Beaver Dam J M Matheny Haneysvllle T L Black Sourwood J Charles DeWeese Hickory Grove Moses Coppage Greer East View Basham Will Lewelien Clear Run Oscar Stewart Buford A S Tanner Concord Mattie Pirtle Vine Grove May Rogers Washing ton Ollie Williams Alexander AB Ellis No Creek Myrtle Moreland Chapman A B Porter Crowe Allie Fielden King Mosley Royal TI Edge Lower Point J TCI Jackson Pentls Miss Paxton Gum Spring Arthur Miles Dog Walk Clarence Allen Stony Point Mattie Tichenor Independence I Edward Mt Morlah Mrs Cova Henry Liter Ar hold Mack CookS Oakland R D Robertson Shreve Ploy Murphy Waltens Maggie Davidson New Damns J A Sandbach Miller Alice Basket Elmwood Annie Hooge Et ney Daise Godaey Wilson Clark Florence Keown Belmont Cromwell Henry Leach Burke i Echols Lltu Herrel Rock port M D Maddox TayloiCeld John Hoheimer Deanfield Mollie Tunstall Shultztown Ruth Shnltz S gar Grove O W Likens Hickory Hill LennIe Rowe Taylor Mines Robert Miller Select Birch Shields Whiteoak Lola Acton Jingo Clar ence Bennett Shroder I J Hoover Highland Sam Turner Wilson Reynolds J S M Royal Fordsville Otho Fowler Della Run Belle Shown Snnnydale Ella Her ring Jubilee Bessie Rowe Beds VJ R Carson Green Briar Ozna Shultz Pleasant Walk Clarence DeWeese Poor House Bernice Miller South Sulphur Springs Lawson Florence Rows McHenry C E Smith North Sugar Grove =Hopewell Wm Park Bartlett South Beaver Dam H Bj Taylor Magan Lena Miller Popular Geove Carl Soper Whlteoak Grove Vine Hill J D Oliver Horton Oscar Wilson Maxie Loyd JW Odell Cofiman H H Davis Mr I S A Pipkin of Potolo Fla under date of May 20th 1902 says Please accept thanks for the wonder ful Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Ptl lets It is one of the most wonderful remedies on earth for whet it is rec commended I will ever use it and recommend It to my Mends It costs 25cII SalelfQno the town of Hartford Ithas beoii used comparatively littlo If not sold privately before it will be sold at public action at the Court House door in Hartford on tho first Monday in August 1902 For particulars call on or address J P Miller or A D White committee Hartford Ky tf The best liniment for strains PalkaLong Island NYsays I always recommended Chamberlains Pain Dale as the best liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe frompa strain and was quick relief and cure it effected For sale by all druggists m e ShreverThefarmera are very busy breaking ground and preparing for a large wheat crop TE Butler a prominent farmerpf this place Is amlng to sow iSoJacres of wheat One oC the most successful Picnics was given at this place last Saturday that has every been in this credo the county t 4Ir Alfred Keeue and Miss Ploy j y Now For Cut Prices We have now reached the season of the year when we always cut the prices on our Spring and Summer Goods We have no excuse to offer Our Spring business has been far beyond our expecta tions still we have lots of seasonable Goods on hand We simply Want to convert the balance of this seasons stock into cash to get ready for Fall and Winter Goods and our prices will certainly move this stock out of the house and into the hands of our patrons We dont want this ad to appear sensational or read like a fake We want it to impress sensible people as a truthful state ment of a plain business propositionwhich it is We will begin at once to cut our regular prices straightAn Actual MarkDown Without a Previous MarkUp Wo do it bccaifso it is good business to dp itfand these cu1prices offor you the best kind oft business reason for buying We quote prices on a few articles below i All of our 5c Lawns 33c All of our 10cLawns71 t Allof our 12Jo Lawns lOc Allof our 15c Lawns lie All of our 2OcLawnsl c All of our 25o Lawns iBo All of our 35c Lawns25eAllof our 25c Silk Ginghanr18e Allof our 35o Silk Gingham25c- All V of our Grenadines and Laces at greatly reduced prices 111of our Mens Straw Hats and Ladies Oxfords will be included in this great CutPrice Salo Note the Jesuit All 25c Straw Hatsl15 T All 50c Straw All 75c Straw Hats 5Qg All 1OOStrawHats75cAll 150 Straw Hats 100 All 100 Ladies Oxforda7 o All 150 Ladies Oxfords1l0-All 175 Ladies Oxfords135- All 200 LadiesIOxfords150- All 250 and 3 Ladies Oxford 200 1 S Don tfafl to Attend this CutPrice Sale CARSON CO Hartford A V VMakesWar tier titer U torpid sad fell to daft work tbe blhMee w blood u a TtruUct potwn Then souses eonitlp uon biliousness tick bMdaeh hears aad BaUtik Ra self trutmcnt that gives the rarer fuss tkcncfal lootb Md wru Natures sort to Uw rigtl rnaaer a JNS LIVER PILLS ANDTONld PELLETS TM pffl ranebeetM Unr U4UM p UU was has Rte 16 doM br Up oott aewte WJUu year CIM U xedln1r 40 U U war Utor eau BnUh BuipUlrM Par sale u- W r dealer For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky m J fA Generation Ago boughtinway is th- eLion Coffee waysealad packages at ware correct In wclJbt allay frs uniform and retaining itrr h flavor Murphy attended the examination at I Hartrord last Paiday and Saturday Mrs Jane Godsey Is very low at this writing not expected to recover ow ing to her extreme old age Mr Back Petty and family and John Jones and family both of Fordsullle were the guests of Mr James Wllioa SundaySchool begins here on the 28 with ttiss Ploy Murphy aa teacher We are glad to see onr old friend J A Duff in the race for the premium to be given to the moat popular teach er at the Institute The funeral serviced old Uncle Jim Todd will be conducted by Rev Old ham at PlesaantGrove Sunday the 27 of July a I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and fiud them the beat thing for my stomach I ever nsedsays TWRobinson Jus tics of the Peace LoomU jllclr These Tablets not only correct dis orders pf the stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take arid pleasant In effect Price 25 cents per box For sale by nil druggists m t s It I CROMWELL- Mrs Herbert Panght has typhoid fever Mrs Maude Cooper is alsoontlre- sick list this week Mr R B Martin and Mr Tom Cooper are attending court at hart ford this weak MrSi NetterGlIIstrnp and little son Dick Taylor went to Hartford Mon day with Mr Charley Wallace Messrs S P McKinney Columbus Flener and Miss Alice Fought attend ed the teachers Institute at Morgan towa last week- Mr Charlie Brown of Mqllenry and Mr Claude Turns of Texas were in towa Tuesday visiting their aunt Mrs fii Faught Miss Effie Taylor Is spending a few weeks at Mrs RB Martins Mr John Martin and family of Beaver Dam were IB town Use first of the week JH There will be birthday dinner ice cream and midnight supper at Mr Charley Wallaces Thursday and Friday nights Mrs T P Paught and daughter and Miss ROsa Stevens spent Tuesday with Mrs Dan Trout laud famlly 1 TJio RInd You have Always Bought nml tvlildi has bccn ia uso for over 30 years lias foorno tlio Bljnmttiro of J r nml liDS been nWulo under his pcr q fionnl supervision since Its Infancy S 4 4tUInwno ono to deeeho onlu this All Counterfeits IniltntlonsniMl JustnsKoodnro but Experiments that trlllo with nml cnflnnucr tlio health of Infants and Children Expcrlciico ngalust Experiment 2 What is CASTOR IA Oastorla Is a harmless substltnto for Castor OH Pare goric Drops and SoothIng Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo suhstniico Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlslnicss It cures Diarrhoea mid Wind Colic It relieves Toothing1 Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy nnd natural Bleep Tho Children Panacea Tho mothers FriomitGENUINE CASTO1RIA AL- WAYSct Signature oftiI The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CIKT UB CON Tt uu Y TDIIT New TOKII CITT Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREEI Wo arc going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to the most popular Lady reacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of THE REPUBLICAN shall determino tho Con test in tho manner following For each 25C in Cash paid on subscription to THE REPUBLICAN ho shall bo entitled to cast one vote for a Lady and ono for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and new subscriptions all count alike Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to voto and mark tho num her of votes you aro entiled to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in care of a committee to bo appointed by tho County Suporin tendent The ballots will bo opened and counted by the committee and tho property transferred to tho winners on the first day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute which will be hold tho first or second week in October OOUEO Votes for Miss as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County b Votes for Ir- as tho most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signed P 0 I Now is the Time to Buy a E3Lggy or SLrrey I If you want tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is thereforo of somo value New Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLO R Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Fnctory 20000 Finished Ve hicles per annum F A AMES CO- weiabcrcO Xy- COLLINS SALOON- LPrLD YHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO If You Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the newsall the time WWf 1 =Hartford Ropub1 cnn rFRIDAY JULY 25inIllinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo New lime card taking effect Handily flee 9 ltMpniioonMNoinjiIu G3Tfnn No I21 lnolll7nm pmNoildu1mmopmLornl Freight o2OldaOam No tM due W7 pm 811 Vixurrca Afttnt JItvIHp aUik otDIn time Void br dranlMi SUMPTION DEAD BANKso Central City Bank Suspends for Want of Business B Notice is hereby given to the public the corporation Utiovn as the Farmers and Miners flank ot Central City in he County Muhlenberg and State of Kentucky has by the written consent ol a majority of its stoskholders nd a resolution ol its Board of Direc oTs closed Its business nod directed the officers of said bank to wind up the affairs there of upon the doing of which the said corporation will cease to exlct This the 30 day oi June 1 902 A J Brdle 1 tJors EM GIsh J Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelybarmless the kidneys liver and bowels cures con c i elearsblood pure An ideal remedy for children as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy A negro reformer has appeared in he South who preaches a homely commonsense gospel to his race He tihlghIalutinaddress at Mobile the other day he told his hearers that the way to get rid of the Jim Crow car Is to get rid of the Jim Crow negro that aoo ooo bars of sop applied to the negroes who hang around railroad stations would solve 20 per cent ot the negro problems and that a filtycent nehgro doesnt need a hundreddollar un eral The white man added this plalnrspoken reformer is organizing business enterprises and the negroes are organizing societies to turn out at their own funerals Speaking on religious matters the reformer was equally pointed He held up to scorn lazy barefooted ragged fellows longing for silver slippers and long white robes and counting themselves worthy but neglecting to provide a home for their families on earth while claiming a house not made with their hands in Gods heaven r Tho Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience slmular to the one that which has happend in almost every neighbor hood in the United States and has been told and retold by thousand of others He says Last summer I bad an attact ot dysentery and purchased a lottle ol Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known cltezen oi Henderson NC For sale by all druggists m The Democrats and Populists of Ne braska have fused once more In due season the Republicans will blowout the fuse Boston Journal The way the Democrats are worried over what is going to happen to the Republican party because It did not pass the Tariff reduction bill Is about the way the Spaniards worried for fear we wouldnt sink their fleets New York Press By her vote Oregon says she wants no hauldowntheflig policy She means also that she wants the Tariff let alone wants the Republicans to keep on letting it aloneMoravIian Falls N C The way to gainagood utation is to endeavor to be what youI desire to appear That Is the manner in which Chamberlains Congh Remedy has gained Its rep utatlon as a cure for coughs colds croup and whcopingcough Every bottle that has ever been put out by the manufacturers has been fully up to the high standard of excellence claimed for it People have found that it can alwaysbe depended upon for the relelf and cure of these all ments and that it is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists m No feature of Republican prosperity has been more remarkable than the commercial development ol the SouthIThe current census will during the last decade 60 per cent of our cotton exports have come fromj the Southern States Carnden PostTelegram Mr Bryan foresees that our prosperity cannot last long This Is the best boost prosperity has hadSeat tie PostIntelligencer Farmers Ought to Try ItWe suggest it would be a good idea for eVery farmer to have his letter heads and envelopes printed They all do more or less writing and if they had their letterheads stud stationery I aolall kinds printed it would Jpal much better Insure the return of mlt1 ailed letters and be a convenience every way Glenns Graphic The above itcnature Is on o r ery bottle Of the genuine 0W13tJir IXTURI3the babys friend from birth until lie has till teeth All druggist- sVANTaCanvassIhg T agts to act as Fild Managersw- ho hayehad specially successful ex perience In selling books to travel iii the Interest ol employing and training hercanvassers Will pay both salary and commission with the view to making the income from the latter large State fully length oi experi name and number of books ld time engaged etc None but canvassers ol successful experience and capnclty for training and handling men need apply Addree Guar anteed Publishing Company 323 North Second Street St Louis Mo CaSTOnX4B eau Han Atari Bwzkl or Ua +Bravo Gets Back After Eighteen Mnes Balloon Rite Bravo theJbxTerrter belonging to Mr William Farnman of South Louisville which was carried away by a balloon on July 4 has been re turned to his owner MrFarnam last saw Bravo high la the air being hurried northward by a strong breeze his howls growing weaker and weaker In the distance Mr Farnam has been absent from the city for severel days and returned recently He found the lost dog In the yard A letter also awaited him explaining the matter The dog had een carried eighteen miles into Indi ana and had landed on the farm of James Strum Charlottesville Mr Strum had cared for the dog and became attached to It He saw the notice in the CourierJournal that the dog had been lost and also the In als W FIt on the collar whic1- 1orrespondent to the story Recently Mr Strum had an occasion to make a trip to Louisville and brought the dog along with him He at once searched out the owner and left the dog with a short note of explanation Mr Farnam was overjoyed to see is lost dog and at once penned a note of thanks The dog sqems none the worse for his long t ip and has been rechrlstenI ed Nantj which Mr Farnam explains stands for aeronaut Courier Journal r A Medicine for Old PeopleR- ev Ceo Gay Grtenwlcb Ku li put years of nyii 1 am enjoying excellent health or a man of my see enUrel to the NervineIt I f vitalltycventooneofinyoldac I frGeoWlsonofbeen a oervousneis I alsulfcrcrfrom Have I as I I ILnddOfIo I sohad my mind showed sJgnsofweak ness I began taklngDr ervlne and I It saved my life rhMLtta5SavedjericoSprrgous that I could scarcely control my I evenforgettimes I commenced Dr MfirstSold by all Druggist on thsaranteeDr Wiles Medical Co nd WOMANS RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tlo pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cardul wilt quickly rellovo thoso smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging head back and sldo ftohoj caused by falling of tho womb sod Irregular menses WlNEOFCARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every mouth It makes tho mono strual orgntas strong and health It Is tho provision made byNa1 hire to girt women relief from tho tcrrlDiffadhes and pains which blight BO many homes r fIGoeII was tcn with A savers pain la JOT notitrtTmOdabOttIeOf1V105 I was re1 nedUOelttJnydutitoea7 tuI rOil bavotMa t Ja YoVIfT For IdYle1Id lItoral aM TalChaIWlOOpi I 1 p i 5J Of Jew Ohio County Goilft Regular Term July V IDeS Irewmt lion J 1 Miller Jndire B L Boyd Others For Judgment Local option election In the town of Horse Branch This day July the 7th 1902 being the first day ol the regular July term of the Ohio County Cobrt this application for a local option election to be held In the town of Horse Branch Ohio county Ky on Saturday the second day ol August 1902 again coming on to be heard and It appear fag that the application was by writ ten petition signed by the following named legal voters residing In the town of Horse Branch Ohio County Iyviz B L Boyd G W Bond W M Awtry M B Crowder J M Miller P A Alford Perry DehartW S Cole T H Awtry A L Harrison Labe Frlzzell W P Maiden M Rag lish J D Dehart W M Debut J B McDanlel W H Ash V P Miller J M Ferguson Jas T Axton Jas Kiler and W M Underbill was on the second day ofJune 1902 being the first day of the regular June 1902 term ol the Ohio County Court filed in said court which order fillngsame was duly made and entered oi record on the first day of the last regular term of said court and which petition was in writing andslgned by each and all of the above named parties praying lor a local option election to be held in the town 01 Horse Branch Ohio county Ky on Saturday August the 2nd 1992 and which petition was signed by a number ol legal qual ifitd voters residing In the town or territory to be affected by said vote equal to more tban 25 per cent of the votes cast In said town or territory to be affected at the last general or town election and said petitioners hay ing this day deposited with Jas P Miller presiding Judge ol the Ohio County Court an amount in moneyf sufficient to pay for printing ing advertisements of said election together with the fees ot the Clerk for making entries in the order book and ldlngiand adjudged by the court that an election be heM In the town of Horse Branch Ohio County Ky on Satur day August the and 1902 being the same day named In the petition there for to take the sense of the legal qualified voters of said town who are qualified to vote at elections for coun ty officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and whether or not the law now in force in the town ot Horse Branch Ohio county Ky pro hibiting the sale barter loan of or traffic sin such liquors shall become Inoperative in said town C P Keown Sheriff Ohio coun ty is appointed to hold said election and he Is ordered and directed to open a poll at the voting place in said town on the second day of August 1902 for the purpose of holding the election ordered herein He will duly adver tlse said election as required by law M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Court is ordered and directed to prepare and furnish the ballots and requiredbyA copy AttestM RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C tmelS unaOUDttu tu published in the Unitedwriting contains the names ol af state of Oh the prominent man and LUQ he platform The price ot Frank J are so low that people cap belssenloj cheaply as atbome elth Cheney or in cottages City of T alorel1lldJlighted iwensboro Ky Sworn I I J lu pr out and tate it to all drugcember A- fc Store and get a box of na Stomach Liver Tab f gsAtbestrs of the stoniacluPrice s ale by all druggists mHallsnatty and I7O2 and mucol 8I0S W Sea Shore Excursion TO mime mCapo May Sea Island City Rohoboth and other Atlan tic Coast Cities Turay Augult 7th t Q3 a Good on Regular Express Trains with Pullman Sleep DiningCars Return limit 12 days includ ing datoof sale Stopover privileges at Wash ington D cl1on return journey A popular vacation trip over the AlleghenIes tbrooKh historIc Ilarper Ferry Wwbtngtoti Baltimore nod rhlladclphla- Wwcrlptlv paraplcU Klrlng IUt nod location l all hotel rate and other particular ran bead tronijinr agent nt O SW or by nddrn itO V MeUAHTY nat raugr Auent OnHnnatlOhlo 1 ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY txroironTin I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks 11talkingty only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on D M Hocker Manager Hartford Ky SouthernRailway Through El fat Brit Southern Rtat- MKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I 453 dlles Thrt Dally Palo lttwesn Ix nl Till and i4ztugtoo ObTYRtI0D hIr Care 2 raIu lay cod nrrlr loOlIltlllelrol8l1enth Street Union lpot connpctme with trulni ol LbI Illlnol Cutral ItaUroad aol L 1It St U B nl FotlttlormatlOB addrw A WBIDOM r A T A1O 4th Am LonUrllle- Wu II TAYLOK AtiUtant OIA LouUi01 O4STOnX4Best TH tod Yd H t Kian Buflt 8Jptm Iof I TA LIB t tRailw y HENDERSON ROUTE Aro preparing to do a large excursion business from July Slit to August 12th from all points on their line to the new Ovrentboro Chautauqua Nothing like it hu ever come to Kentucky For twelve days tho very bet and most attractive Chautauqua features are to ho placed in the beau tiful Seven Jlills Park near Owens boro which isn1most bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste has been entered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Our don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gov Bob Taylor W IL Sears Mrs Rorer of the Ladies Homo Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Ilobson Dr John MscNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will bo given a series of the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slight olhand and jugglery to the highest class of popular music and moving picturesFarmers and their families will be especially interested in the coming of John M Stahl Secretary of the Na tional Farmers Congress and every evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRoses electric fountain twJ feet larger than the one shown at tho Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any ot their agents or can write to the Superintendent o the Chautauqua WG Archer Ow Ky and he will send you a special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and living prigileges and the complete program L J P LOW RATES WESTVIA I Bc O SW S andanACCOUNT DIENNIAl MEETING KNIGHTS OFaPYTHIAS Ticket ttlllbeold August 1st to Ib ludustyi SALT LAKE UTAHeBENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE OR YTkkrtFor particular sleeping ear apateb tall on any agent DB eto O STTVor nddrvM the d- OPMCCARTY nhmlllnasengrr Agents Cincinnati Ohio R S BROWN DUtrlct IaJMnKCT A n- tJouw K- NEWTHRDUGH LINE crwCClt YAiisnuf A- MOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established lor the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Hvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvibe 730pm 730am Ar Chicago 700am 700pm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago Siopni 8Joam ArEvansvltle 8osatu 550pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair are on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent For ConMlrmUoii I libeIlbeiter I I your druggist win refund the money 1rlcettcl Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof the Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort In Amen ca 2800 feet above sea level fJS V 000 invested In Improvements and stilt the place retains its charming rural simplicity Fivehotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasons ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Chautanqua and summer schools and of the great Cbanlanqua itself and Is Annually vis ited by thousands ol persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities aflorded for education al work and invigorated In body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mountains is fa mousExcursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SonthWeitern from June rat to September jotb good re J902SpeciallyAugust for the Cbautiuqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished In reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park Maryland nor Information on the subject ot rates and time of trains apply t- eTicketAgentsflO SVRRoithe undersigned R S BROWN Dist Passr Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Pasar Act Cincinnati Ohio oilY ifffl1JillM NllIIH1l J1tIJ100IS1lt1IJIIIU cl Nt7N3 f lii 4J llfl 711J SyJJ ZN prolrndblI Hunt arid bit nrranmd school hnllJIoK In the South Indlrlilnal ln trnctlon School In iwiilon nl theyear Htndenti tan enter nt any time VIsitor ala t welcome K J W 111 O I1T Tmt QVk elJm lCOST NO MORE THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles bAck to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of Irost Mossgrowth is an Impossibility It is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has been 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