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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i THE HARTFORD EEPUILICHj 1 H n n f FineT tJoljt WorkSpecialty OFFICIAL ORAH OF TIE PAin IX IB FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 4 a year VOLXY HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 1 1902 No2 hASfYIio fROBBER l dtl Oliver Curtis Perry and His J = Sensational Looting of a NEW YORK CENTRAL EXPRESS CAR- la Nerve and Audacity and Re- seiircetulBess He Resembles Tracl tonfVDesperado I- THEfHRT RAIN ROBBERY 1Hh UNITED STATES A CoTHECONERbBBER iTjb Mcape and putsuttof the des fcraae Tracy near Seattle Wash hjw arietiii the undisguised Interest otUICutlre country for Americans Xcfeaily love Exploits Involving dare deviltry and we are prqne to look on lyon the romantic aspect ol outlawry forgetting the contemptible escapades of these men who are remembered solely because ol their prowess in landt hand fights with officers of the 11orlor their cavalier struggles sgalaat great odds Traceys repnta U4arcU wholly upon his ability to elude his pursuers though he lire girded as resolute coolheaded and uterly fearless In those qualities he strongly resembles Oliver Curtis Per ry as daring criminal as this country ever produced and the nerviest train robber In the history of this ramifica ties of villainy The scene of his most sensational escapade was between Lyons and Syracuse In the west tnlckly settled portion of New York State In nerve and daring it equaled say of the exploits of the James or Younger boys Perrys career ol crime was are Hsrkable one He was born in Am sterdam N Y nearly thirtyseven years ago fe was a precocious youth When but 14 years old he was eeavUUdofa burglary In his na tive town He was sent to the Elml ra reterruatory bat he was so danger Gus that Moat of his term was served la the penitentiary at Rochester N V Oa his release he went West andI la a ahorttlrae he was serving a term la thee penitentiary at Stillwater Minn lor robbery Alter this exper iment he went Inrther West and rode the cattle ranges In Montana for a year sat cowboy In a fight with another cowboy he was shot through the wrist sad while undergoing treat Mafia the hospital at Niles CityI Meat he brained another patient wttlra cuspidor Ills trial lor murder resulted la an acqultal After this escapade he returned to the East and did some work at railroading oa the New York Central being employed as a brakesaaa It was while engag ed la this work that he plumed his first trMa robbery Jt was oa September 30 1891 that Perry tabbed an American express train sear Utica N Y The train was t O31 and was known to carry sAmegmes M much as 300000 It U not known where Perry boarded tk train but he effected an entrance titliifhe baggage cat by sawing away iTbTtol the door lie covered Agent Moore with his gun and after U Idrig what be wanted backed put of the car and when on the platform cut thej robber conP ling whIch Puton the p Piecing Thats a word whbk may not be in eke dictionary fn this butwhf use in some alwaypledngruns to a4 Ma a piece of pie cake or some k K 4alRt l eating is dpepalaM4DiMMM of the stomach aad other organs of dl onan4 nutrition are cured the use of Doctor Fierce Golden Medical Discovery It fusee4ws or rich PIUi aad gviva the bodily vitality a v or wranYrrK T rlads bee dot the iIoouisoteat- bet bin to to awa1 ma blllnC otoaad Ie besrpom a 4 tsslDlewnryfwa w slr to t s lilt l 114 4 etAiNi sa rI ss4ttienp ssscaba btael- woy t4IL hsrst- l ilia I e t reI- utned Ia ibis fo sit brunljIt h T o roaA use taki r t 1rsdldDturerr I q aollook Ilki the urns to4a1 a4 strourtderemltor takft sis botttes oft pro Tierces Golden Medical aeIWr + Dr Jlerees Common Sense Medical Adviser paper coven b sent fret on receipt oI 2r onecent stamps to pay e mannn only Address Dr L VIlerce Bdila N Y or it err speedSof 1 offsPeru got 5000 In cash and some jewelry by the robbery The crime was traced to him by detectives but be could not be found and It was not until his second robbery of the same train between Syracuse and Ly ons that his whereabouts became known Perry next tried to rob the Ameri can Express companys special train on Sunday February art 1892 One car of the train was known as the money car In it is sent the specie from the United States for Western bank The train lelt Syracuse at 5 oclock in the morning The money WM In the car next to the tear coach Wiles they were nearing Wetdspert Perry who had ridden on top of the money car from Syracuse let himself over the aide ol the car by manna ol a rope He smashed In the glass with his revolver and ordered the messen ger to throw nphtshands The messen ger shot at Perry Then Perry shot him twice Perry cllmed Into the car and there was a desperate fight The conductor heard the shots and stopped the train Perry looked out of the express car when the train slackened Itaspeed saw the conductor end sbotI at him The conductor sent a man buck to Jordon to telegraph along the line that they had a train robber on board Then they went oa to Port Byron They stopped at Port Byron and took care ol the messenger who was badly wounded Perry badI disappeared At Lyons where a was made there was a big crowd Perry was In the crowd He had evi dently jumped off the farther aide of the train while It stood at the station The conductor recognized him and made a rush for him Perry kept the crowd back with his revolver and ran across the tracks to where a coal train was standing lie uncoupled tbeI engine jumped Into the cab and ordered the engineer and fireman to get out of sight lie then pulled the throttle opea and salted awaytThe express train engine was uncoupled and a party started alter him When they were about to overtake him he stopped his engine reversed It and stated back As he passed his pursuers who were on anotherb trick he fired two shots cab window Men on the punralog engine feeling that they eeald net catch him returned to Lyons Perry found the steam giving bat aad aban doned the engine He then started across the country Finally he was captured near Newark lIe was af terwards convicted and sentenced to Auburn prison lor fortynine years and three months lie bad served about a year and a halt when be wasc II transferred to Matteawan as incurably insane He escaped with five other prisoners from Matteawan but was bAprilSo far as the retards extend and they are believed to be complete the various railways and express compan les having kept a careful account of their losses In this way as well as of their numerous encounters the first train robbery la the United Statea octcurred la Indiana The year was 1866 One night ia September an express oa the Ohio and Mississippi of road slowed up at Browastowa This place Is ninety miles west ol C1uclnII natl Two men climbed oaths locomotive covered the engineer and fireman with revolvers and conversed t pleasantly They were heavily maska ed As they talked their compan h Ions uncoupled the express car andh the enRinKeer was forced to hanllts five miles down the road Here the car was entered the messenger forced to unlock the safe and 12000 was at taken The affair caused a fever oCtl excitement all through the country and the railway people saw at oncec that a new and terrible war had begun against themtlFor this crime the members of a family named Reno were held to be responsible but there was no evidence of their guilt and they were not mo letted A few months later two boys to Inspired by the fire of Imitation held up a train on the same road and near the same point They were taken In hand by their parents who delivered them to the authorities along with the 3000 they had stolen No par tlcular punishment was given them This was the second train robbery A year later three Reno brothers Frank Jesse and Sim along with a relAtion named Anderson captured a train on the Indianapolis Madison and Jeffersonvllle road at Seymour which was their home They threw the express messenger out of the carli broke open the safe apd got 135000 with which they escapedto Canada In that country afters long chase a they were overtaken and forced to I surrender Long extradition proceed Ings followed It was years alter train robbery became a common crime that the lone robber the precursor of Oliver Curtis Perry made his appearance The first Instance of the kind was the braining of Express Messenger Nlch ols on a Rock Island and Pacific train I near Jollet 1111Is assailant was captured bat tor some reason was not banged lIe is now doling time 1 the penitentiary Sometime alter ward near PadGc Mo one man bound and gaged aa express messenger named Fotherlnghata and took from the safe 100000 This robbers name was WIttrock but he was much better known as Jim Cummings under which alias he wrote runny let ters tothe newspapers while evading arreatt He was finally sutured and served a term In the penitentiary Almost all of the money was recover ed The industry has about died out now and In many Western states th crime Is obsolete as the new law fixing the death penalty to a crime against has proved effica cloB Theeyneeethistendhav a gone back to holding up stage coaches or looting country stores Oliver Curtis Perry Is the last of the great train robbers r Prosperity Is the issue is the ti tie of the great speech of United State Senator Jacob H Galllnger of New Hampshire recently delivered in the Senate at Washington The speech has been issued In document form by the Americans Protective Tariff League Scad postal card request for free copy Ask for Dcoument No 75 Address W P Wakeman General Secretary 135 West 23d Street New York a CAPTURES DARING ROBBER A Hall of Marlon 0 Fires at a Fortville Banker Is Pur sued Wounded and Then Surrenders Indianapolis nlY24At noon today while ball a hundred men were on the streets a daring daylight rob was attempted In the little town of Fortvllle a few miles east of Indi anapolls A few moments alter 12 oclock while Assistant Cashier PrUI of the Fortvslle Dank waa in charge a welldressed stranger entered the banking office and calling Pilttlpo to the Cashiers window asked him If he could change twen tyfive cent piece Frittlpo turned to accommodate the stranger and when e again faced him with the change la his head ke WM looking into th- eraaeicefismelmleveledat kk IteM GiVes me 2500 and be quick ther arranger demanded Prlttlpo fee tained tale presence of mind and looking the stranger squarely Ia the eye refused absolutely to give a cent At the same moment he dodged be hind the counter and seized a small that lay near at hand As he the Movement the robber opened fire Two shots struck the grated window and were deflected Before man could fire again Prlttlpo made for him with the club In the meantime a crowd had been attracted by the firing and was last approaching the beak The robber hastily made his exit turning his smoking revolver on the crowd as be passed out the door He made his way bony toward a clump of trees bloke distant andj while a posse pursuitpforest A few moments literliaU a dozen en armed themselves and followed the robbers He was tracked to the center ofthe wood and after reocnnoU the seater a demand was for his surrender but the rob answered by opening fire with revolver sending half a dooms at the posse John hills armed with a Winchester rifle returned the mans fire and the second shot wounded him In hand The robber dropped his revolver end threw up both hands de his willingness to surrender He was taken under close guard to Fortvllle Jail and every e fort was made determine his identity The csptnred man refused to give his name or to state wbere he was from Later In the afternoon word was sent Indianapolis and detective were hurried to the scenic to attempt to identify him A few moments alter their arrival it was discovered thtIthe man is C A Hall of Maron OeHe tormaly was a resident of Indian spells were he was engaged as a plumber Tonight the man was token to Greenfield where he was lodg ed in thejail for safekeeping I Experience has demonstrated just whet Ramohs Pink Pills will do RL McDavld Kelley La says I suffered from constipation and con gestion of the liver for many years and tried the best tors in the coun try without any benefit and finally box oRapOtiq Treatment and to cured I cbeetlalyrecommeGdthem all and even more than you claim for them I Lyon + Laxative Syrup preparatlonabsolutclybarm1e the kidneys liver and bowels cures con Itlpatlon biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An Ideal remedy for children as well as adults For sale by fi Tfaos Allen RossneK- yt AGUINALDO The Famous Filipinos Own FllghtlIFUNNY FEATURES OF III DIARY Long March With Misery as a Constant Companion Glimpses of Humor eIlthe Gloom If It were possible for grim vlil war to wreath bU wrinkled face 1- rilllddr1trbkldtettatmlpileaaiHh could read in Tall the diary of AgnU naldo extracts oi which have already been published In the GlobeDemo crat It is said that humor of a Very exquisite quality may sometimes be found by the patient seeker In city directories official reports dictionar lea blue books and other such runttter of fact tomes But even who have found and occasional pocket so to speak supplying a nugget of laughter In such unlikely places as these would scarcely turn to the annals recorded dally ol d lit tle Man who bore the machinery of a whole government on his shoulders f mad thus encumbered traveled from point to point in the vain effort to keep that machinery Intact and to keep hla own dusty face concealed from a relentless and powerful foe II such a narrative were not heroic it ought at least to be a little patheticp and so It Is But here and may find a glimmer ol unconscious humor all the more striking because of the childish dignity which gives a tone to the major part ol the entries liven Agnlnaldo with his highly finished Latin deportment could not always succeed in maintaining hlas dignity and at the same time be in a hurry and it goes without saying that he was iua hurry Irom the time he defied the American forces until he became perforce their guest Much of tke uniateatlonal or of the records arise from the thit feet at the central figure therein is continual ly on the fly and that he attempt so consistently to Impart an air of 1m portance to klsevery movementY j The unexpectedaesB of the Amerf cans Is shown la the following entry About 3 oclock Tinio and rVllla were suddenly awaken by the icing of guns inside the town itself As it kept up they went out into the streets to see whet it was Great was their astonishment on finding the Amerl can cavalry was pasting and firing in the town Tlnto and Villa escaped by running away immediately but they had the misfortune to be seen by the enemy who pursued them a They weat up Into the mountains and hidAThat the peripatetic warriors were not exactly Trojans in all respects is shown by the following entry November 3D We left Aranqnl for Cer vantea at 10 a m passing over mountains bare of all vegetation with the result that the heat of the sun made our heads ache In the course of the narrative some of the custom ot the tribes encountered ed are described with as much Interest ly as if the president of all the Filipinos knew no more about them ia than if he had never before traveled It In the Islands The kanao a savage custom among the Igorrotea is given as follows The dance con ists in this Keeping time to the march they carry one leg to the front executing movements of contraction and expansion the other leg meantime supporting the weight ofo the body In the act of leaping The body forms an outward curve The arms suppprt a lance and wand h The addition is made Several Ig orrotes executing this dance and fwearing plumage on their heads present a confusion scene to the vision at first glance In one of the passages in the dairy a council of war is described In which the various members of the staff dls cuss the nearness of the enemy and consider their Imminent danger Af ter a dozen or so bad expressed sage opinions the result of the conference Is set down as follows In view then of these conditions the president believed that we should marchfrom this ranch as soon as possible Still there was not an utter lack of pleasures and diversions One of the passages In which the paucity ot good things to eat is dwelt upon Is followed by this 1 On a moonlight night the honorable president Syt lar leciel the honorable presidents sister the Leyba sisters and others were talking about our hardships la not having suitable food and once the independence of the county la de dlared we will make a trip to Europe with an allowance of a mullion dollars to pay our expenses Thls reflection seems to have been effective only during the moonlight night however for there la an unu sully doleful rote In some oi the passages following a little later F rs FllustanceTlre rain continues onrjttrength seems to be completely exhausted At 6 oclock the honors bHj president gave orders to go on the march So we began the Journey though we slept In the water last had nothing Great nil day yes RnyIy now arc One can Imagine that the diary ca-rnet very nearly being suspended at l tbeUnote discouragement But there dayisYepassingd3of rocks fell upon ns lasting for a foru resTotes who werethrbwlng toe rocks were occupying the top of the moun tain and so we were unable to see Ihewo This was at3 oclock ia the afternoonThat Igorrotes did not get oft scot fee however Is shown in the page which demonstrates how terrible was the hand of Aguinaldo fit was 5 oclock in the afternoon and the honorable president wishing to give these people a lesion ordered that twentyfive soldiers go back and fire a volley at those who were pur suing or following our troll So the twrntyfive soldiers returned and fired several volleys at the Igorrotes I but they ran away One realizes Tulip here that the Igorrotes must have been very indiscreet to repeat tlie rain of rocks There is one entry which shows a stop of ten days was made the longest of the weary pll grimage The record says Friends came bringing with them rice and other food for us We passed the time divinely in this town Which shows that there are times when a Cull stomach may cause the suspen of the wildest dreams 01 empire prndence days when It was known that Amer licans were In the vicinity there is evidence of sagacity On this day the honorable president and his two doctors held a secret conference 2 oclock in the afternoon and for several reasons they agreed that we Bhouldjeave this valley Yet at the very next place thtysi dtetaVC fnffiredfrbtmtlIeI worst sort of misgivings So far the Americans at Camarag do not coatto attack ns and we hear no reoI pert that they Intend doing so They mbar have left Camarag Which leaves little doubt that the Americans when they were in Camarag at least must have been on the warpatha But If the Americans had any Ideat that they were engaged in childs I play they must have been mistaken 11asm the honorable president received verbal report to the effect that the- mericans coming from Cagayan are going to attack us therefore from that moment we remained on the alert Naturally there was noth lug doing for a short time after that ajjd the next entry reads Nothing importantOne friends presented the wanderers with some fish there fol lowed a great demonstration describe as follows The meal was scarce reedy whey we seated ourselves on the ground in a circle prepared to eat an extraordinary manner because should be bore In mind that from the month of November when we commenced our fight to the present date we had only seen the appetizing pictures of fish So we were joyful when we commenced eating Atstatement which no one who has his pleasures confined to the pictures a things can doubt for an instant The othor of the strangedocuments apparently was supplied with some aglpatlot1 In testimony of which tUere ia the following statement tVc reached a river at JJ oclock and rested until 12 on account of the insupportable heat and then started- on The river was quite deep and we lad to cross it by swimming Those who did not care to get wet across on a footing about 6 inched wide located on one of the bluffs of the mountains an exceedingly dangerous passage since if one should chance to slip and fall a thing easily done he would necessarily breakhisneck And here Is an unfortunate condition of affairs Once across we con tinued the march passing along the river bank at the foot of the mono tains and treading In the midst of large rocks which hurt our feet all the tI1Ie Yet this was a mere bag stalls compared with what happened when It became necessary to cross the river again While crossing the river the velocity of the current was to atrocious that we had to grab one another to keep from being swept iawayi and while the cold was killing us we sought to distract our atten flea Jrom our suffering by saying What troublesome jokes are those of Otis Then thre were petty grievances to swell the tide of woe With calm res- tlguatloatheeptry la made April at It was discovered this morning that the honorable presidents servant had escaped last night carrying away with him a Remington rifle forty- csttridgesdothingandothetthinge The fortitude with which this matter was born may be explained In an ad ditions to the entry which has It that this servant is an Igcrrotr ai native of Bannne As time wore on the note of dls tress from the proximity oj the Amer lean become more frequent Here fa- a specimeniA messenger arrived this morning and Informed the hon orable president that at the Balbalas ang settlement he had received trustworthy information that the Ameri cans with advancguard of sixty men and a rearguard of aoo men were comlnjr laattaelrws EmyTwfiuf wind seems to carry in suspense news about the coming of the Ameri canaThe Americans certainly must have been getting on the trail about this time from the evidence of the next century a part of which is as follows The honorable president at once gave orders for a hurried march and almost flying we left the settlement In a sense the party had an oppor tunity to throw rocks at the Igorrotes their arch enemies later on in the march as shown by the following We went into the interior of the woods where we found tgorrotes We begged them to bring us some cooked food In consideration ol being paid whatever price they might desire Indeed in two hours they returned each bringing us a little cook ed rice in packeges containing about onefourth pint and charged ns exactly 50 cents for each package The weary wayfarers were thus relieved of the harden of making much change it would seem for the Igor rotes sold about 2 000 worthout ot three little jars However there is a cheerful note In this entry which concluded with We spent the day lu hiding in the Interior of the woods with our stomachs full There are times where somewhat contradictory statements are mingled with these apparently frank admis don Here Is what happened when they crossed a river The current being somewhat swift we lashed out selves together la order to ford the stream but as the velocity of the cur rentwa verygr t semestudsvare- washed away However everydody was saved We cross having only thanks to Godthe hoerable presidents rifle fart when a kill top Is reached the honorable president insist oa counting tab men finds that a lieutenant and nine soldiers missing and ukedgaeationaboot- hose who were lost Some soldier that they thought the missing soldiers had been drowned as their own eyes they had wltnell- Lieut Dayao and the nine soldiers la question swep away by the current when crossing the river There is but slight variation ia theI entries to the end of the book which is quite large and the appearance of Gen Funstoa and the consequent end of the paregrinatloasof the lorablee president and his followers appears to have been really providential 41Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarahoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for Its cures It never falls and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists He Appreciated Water Senator Blackburn of Kentucky poured out a glass of ice water anllI drank it with evidence There Isnt anything quite so good as water after quoth Blackburn which by way he added reminds me of story Down In Kentucky began Mr Blackburn there was a farmer who strange to say did not know the taste of whisky One day at Christmas time he was at a neighborhoods house and was Invited toI sample a mixture of cream lemon sugar and other ingredients commonly known as eggnog He sipped then drank then drained several mugs Whea be started to go home he felt curious Its an Insidious drink you know and when he reached home he went to bed The next morning be awoke with an awful thirst Breaking the thin covering ofloan the water buck longdrinkMaude Mandy come here and bring the children he shouted- I never tasted such water ia my life Washington Post A Cure for Cholera Infantum Last May says Mrs Curtis Ba ker of Bookwalter Ohio ali infant child or our neighbors was suffer ing from cholera Infantum The doctor had given np all hopes of recovery I took a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good ifused accordeng to di rectors was In two days time the child dad fully recovered and Is nowinear ly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have rncommended this Remedy frequently and have never known It to fall In any single intaace For sale by all druggests TEXAS LEADS Has More Counties Than AN- Other StateNew York Co Has the Largest Pop ulation Counting the parishes of Coulsana there are In the United States 2791 counties This gives an average to the States and territories not inclnd Ing Alaska where the divisions are called districts of 59 26 47 counties Texas Is the blue ribbon State of the Union solar as number of counties is concerned She has 246 leading Georgia which hiss thelltztla est number by 109 Texas bas more- fans timaaitte4 vr of counties and 49 15 times as many as Rhode Island which oaiyfiye the smallest number of any State la the Union As would be expected the count containing the largest number of In habitats is in the State of New York It Is New York county In which New York City is located and has 2050 600 Inhabitants Perhaps few people would suspect that Texas comes Ia for another blue ribbon for the county having the smallest number of Inhab Rants It might seem that the coun ty containing fewer people than any other should be somewhere on the countyTexasfour people live within her bounda ties In the parts of the Original Thlr teen States settled before the Revo lution most of the counties were named in honor of kings and queens and the nobility of England Many of them took the names of counties In Independence clpally for revolutionary heroes Oc casionally a local favorite got a name sake Naturally more counties have been named In honor of Washington than for any other man In thirty States there are counties bearing his name The Father of the Country snot so far ahead ot Dr Franklin ia that respect though There arfc twen tyfour Franklin counties In the United States rA letme tAbit urE BATEB Ate e4aaersasre y etiaarr taraIClle E irs aa8lar- elsu Iterea rptesilaeetphyaldan fecent letter MatediLaet karck I had sax patients young lady sixteen years of age who had a very had attack el dysentery Everything pre scrlbeed for her proved IneEectuaTand- she was growlngiwbrse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She bad become so weak that she could not torn over in bed What to do at this critical moment i was a stedy for me butt tabnght of CHara berlaina Colic Cholera and plarroea Remedy and aa a last resort preterit ed It the Illhroilcktrrrtelaltult- ected Wlthlnefgbthouripbewu feellaf muck belter inside oi three days she was opaa her feek anil at the end of one week waa entirely well For sale by all druggists I Exiursio Rates Seven Hills Cbataaqaa Oweasboro Ky July 31te August nthdsaccount above occasions round trip tickets will be sold as follows For Seven Hula Chata qui tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to dwensboro and returned at rate of 170 for the round trip tickets oa sale July 30 to August 12th Ltmltted to August ijth returnOn of Confederate reunion tickets will be sold aerate of one fare for the round trip Tickets oa sale July 30th and 31 and early morning train August rat limited for return August and for return Llxlagtba Horse Show And Carni val Lexington Ky August ii l6tn On account above occasion found trip tickets wilt boon sale Crom Beaver Dam to Lexington Ky and return at S 55 for the round trip Tickets oa sale Angust ir to Augustl6 Limited forretarnAngnst iSth for return A J Cottinghsm west to Wash ingtoa County Ark to see his sister and while there ties taken with fluff dysentery and was very bad off lie decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so muck pleased with the prompt cure which It effected that he wrote the manufacturers a letter la praise of their medicine Mr Cot tiagkam resides at Lockland Ark This remedy Is for sale by ill drug gists Over ii IreatHtt With a record thirtysix newel nations and notbne arreaf since Jan nary i of the current year Breath Itt County in Kentucky gives the contradiction some what direct to the statement of Govenor Beckham that human life is as safe in Kentucky as elsewhere In the Union The latest tragedy in Breathitt when a former Town Marshal of Jackson was shot from a window la the Courthouse rf KIDNEY TROUBLECUflEDI- General Health Greatly Improved by Perunar MM ITRASCES KATOOid IMra PreneesMatoonTreunraafts Minneapolis Independent Orderof Good StrtWtnaeapo1tj Last wider I had consMenUi trouble with my kidneys brought on affera hind cold which Ibutneglected Owe of my lodgo friends who called whoa l was ill told me of a wonderful medicine called Parana I hid no faith In It but my husband purchased ma a bottle and asked me to try it It brought me moilI satlitaetoryresults Iused three bottle before I waa completely eared but 1 hay hid good cause to be grateful tot not only did my kidney trouble die appear but ray general health improved and I have been in good health evoi since Iwould not bo without U for teatimes 1U coit PRANOE8 MATOON I This experience has been repeated many times We hear of inch ewes nearly runty day I Mrs Matoon had catarrh of the kid Day As soon M she took the right remedy she made a quickrecovery Perunaturn catarrhwherever located Parana la a ipociflo for the catarrbal derangements of women Address The OhlojforBBUwtoan seems to have aroused public Indig nation to nn extent heretofore nn known in the county Whentheiun oral of Cockerill was held last Wednesday his pastor Rev Williams Hitter prayed that Divine Providence would take a hand in stopping the bloody lend The prayer of the geodwaBwaaootaafadaW batwith all respect far Mr Hiner nd for prayer let the citizens of Breathltt take a baadthesiselvesaad jrapprees the lawlessness which faaa justified the name of Bloody Breathitt and having taken thehand refuse to stay its work until root and branch mur derers and assassins are weeded out hanged out or run out of the county with warnings that the thing which was done to them will be done to their successors or imitators It Is right to pray and always commenda ble But it Is not right to sit dow n at the edge of the woods and pray lor help from Providence while not using the lawful means placed by Provl deuce in the hands ofthe suplicators Breathltt County has good citizens la abundance but they are simply terrorized by a condition of affairs the solution and ending of which is la their own hands Breathltt County has curt the judges and Sheriffs and an the paraphernalia of justice but Breathitt County has allowed the machinery to grow rusty If her good citizen while continuing to pray would take the rust from the machin ery and start and keep the wheel In motion Breathitt would speedily cease to lie Bloody Breathitt and would become Peaceful Breathltt rich ia mines and timber and oil and gas and In a citizenship knowing its right and prepared to maintain then Commercial Tribune DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news moors Is sure to nowof the wonderful cures made by Dr- KllmcrsSwampRoot he great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine tenth century dis covered after years of byDrKllmer rent kidney and bladder specialist and Is Ift lame w back kidney n bladderulcacid trout bias and Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid liver orbladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work In private practice among tha helpless too poor to pur relief and has proved so successful In eVery case that a a lal arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried may have a sample bottle sent by man also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If hTOkldnoy or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send address to Dr KllmorCoB1nC- hamlon N Y The oo fifty cent and Honwot snapBoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists OAsTO XT X A Puss tbsits IW Yoi Km Beep B H WfUtU 11I- at S L 1io 7 r u iHartford Republican hived frldayi b y tlnHattfordfuti Colanrparatid itirHitHaiirirdptstetficiiSJUtidtlissnillnallii orcctDoncoC =bdan o naug1- JDIIT Xllvor IIFRYTIUUIAHIdllor FRIDAY AUGUST i Republican Ticket For Appellnle Jndgeand Drll1- 1JDQEBLUGIIFFY OfUorgantown ANNOUJVCEMEMN For Circuit Judge W are nUthortzed to announce W T ORS nl pavtau connty se ft candidate for Circuit Judge IB the Sixth Judicial DUtrlctinbJctt totbe action of the Democratic party i WHOEVER heard of a political par ty entering a campaign withIHar mony for an issue FOR the benefit of Tillman and Bailey why not create the office of referee of the Senate ARKANSAS came up last Saturday whh tk legal hanging and it waa an ofF day for the iwampen too Our in Kansas the other day Ar thur Joy married Eudocia Buzzard The problem which naturally lug gesta itself would be difficult to solve IN spite of many drawbacks and a a few mossbacks Hartford is to have a railroad All credit due the youngjbusiness men who have pushed the enterprise TUE latest thing in the trust line is a candy trust If there are any busi nesses in thw country that have been overlookedwill they oblige the mon eypowers by kindly standing up HEREAFTER we will not attempt to chronicle the endless multiplicity revolutions and uprisings withwhich the South American Republics are constantly diverting themselves Life is too short FORMER editor Lon Rogers organ bed a bank at Milton Trimble coun ty last Thursday with a capital stock of 15000 Mr Rogers is to be cashier anti willopen the bank October 1 THE REPUBLICAN extends its very best wishes to him in his new field THE fifty or more scraps at the congressional primary in Now Jersey the other day resulted in the death of only one man The dailies are making a great noise about this inci dent while here in Kentucky hardly a day passes without a brawl in which somebody is gathered to his fathers KNOWING theiintense desire and feverishanxiety on the part of its readers to keep up with the corona tion dates THE REFUBUCAN will en deavor to chronicle the latest bulle tins Should the date be changed mOle thau thirteen times a week we will get out an extra if we have to mortgage the plant THE days of the familiar blue uni form of the army are numbered After January 1 the prevailing color will be a dull olive drab The designation of officers is to be determin ed by decorations on the sleeve in stead of knots on the shoulder After a long reign sentimentalism the army has pulled itself loose from the traditional blue to don a uniform which has been proven by thorough test to be of the greatest practical fit netsDii CRANE in a lecture to his class in Chicago University lat Sat urday said Education never makes a bad man good If you go in to college a little mean narrow man you come out a little mean narrow educated man In our humble opin ion nothing could be farther from the truth This destroys the very philosophy of education and leads us to look upon enlightenment as an irides cent dream a blank and barren ideality Nothing so elevates and euobles a man as a broad and liberal education No NOBLER sentiment has emanat ed from a British official since the Doer war began than that expressed by Joseph Chamberlin in the House of Commons Wednesday In refer ing to South Africa he said We desire that the Boers should preserve all the best characteristics of their race and hope they will shake bands with us and thus secure the prosperi ty of South Africa After two years of defeat and disaster the British nation has beep taught its severest lesson and forced to respect jtho peo vIe which it had been taught to de spite Mr Chamberlins expression is worthier of a grander epoch in British annals and may it be carried out in dealing with the brave but defiant Doors ThE extensive advertising of harmony meetings for leading Democrats every few days tells but too powerfully of the decadence of the party Frbm a great and useful par ty ofa decade ago with competent and able leaders it has degenerated into broken bands led by o b such demagogues at Bryail llluan and Bailey and icajtorod from Maine to California In 1896 tho old party was bitten by the Populist tarantula and the socalled modern Do mocracy had its birth in the death of the old The old party was con tent to model its platforms to agree with the constitution but the new is determined to change the constitution to suit its platform With its con flicting opinions on all the great Na tional questions has completely dis integrated itself and from ocean to ocean and from the lakes to the gulf it has cast oil its honored leaders and fallen a pray to the rankest of political fakirs and demagogues TOE Democrats are bound hand and foot It says the Hartford Herald referiug to the injunction suit Givu us a bill of particulars please Tell us how you are bound Are there not 312 other days in the year upon which you can hold your primary It is con temptable demagoguryun worthy a decent newspaper to try to make the public believe that the Re publicans are trying to prevent by injunction suit the holding ofa Democratic primary election Your committee can meet tomorrow and change the date of the primary to November 3 or November 5 or any other day and endat once the in junction suit No gentlemen your little game of interfering with a regu Jar election wornt go GOVERNMENT BY INJUNCTION The Democrats of this the Sixth Judicial District sought to boost the cause of their weak candidate for Judge of the Appellate Court by calling a primary election to nomi nate candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney on November 4 a regular election day This attempt to prevent the holding of a free and fair election as provid ed by the Constitution by calling an other election for that day was so palpable a violation of the law that the Republican State Central Com mittee directed the filing of a suit here to enjuin the Democratic Judi cial committee and candidates from holding the primary election on a regular election day The cause was argued before Circuit Clerk Ander son who very rightly granted the in junction sued for The Hartford Herald howlsliThe injunction is the legal methodof avoiding the constitutional right of trial by jury Oh is it Docs the writ of injunc tion destroy a constitutional right of the people If so why did a Demo cratic legislature pats the law creat ing itor why dont a Democratic legislature repeal it Will the writer of the above quota tion who is a lawyer and a Demociat ic candidate say in the next issue of the Herald that he is in favor of the repeal of the law creating the writ of injunction or will he as a Democratic candidate stand by a law of which he has said it destroys a constitutional right of the people In fact the writ of injunction is to the commission of certain wrongs II the lock is to the thief As well might the midnight thief who finds the house ho scejcs to rob securely locked exclaim in the language of the Herald I am bound hand and foot by the locks A primary election is an election expressly defined an election by the statutes and the holding of two eke tions on the same day was of course never contemplated by our lawmakers The injunction will be sustained and the Democrats of this district will be forced by a Democratic court to obey a Democratic law on election dayThe old saw applies here No rogue eer felt the halter draw With good opinion of the law r The New Base Ball Picturesque as Is the phraseology of base ball there has been a steadily growing conviction that it needed the infusion of a new terminology into its somewhat eflete vocabulary The practice ol law In connection with the game suggests the desired remedy We expect at a not distant day to find every base ball team appear upon the diamond with Us legal representative and imagination easily constructs the airy game un4er these changed condi tions For Instance no sooner does Memphis go to bat than the attorney for Nashville swears outa warrant against the second baseman charging him with having Jailejl to make sewer con nection when he was a citizen ofButte Mont The attorney ol Memphis counters serving an injunction on the pItcheroCthe Nashville team who is wanted for violating the game laws of Arkansas In the year of the Great Wind The game begins notwith standing and the first Inning Is play ed In the second Inning Memphis makes a home run and NashvJlle In stitutes proceedings against the local Casey to show cause why he should not be punished for conduct unbecom- Ing a gentleman and member of the Memphis base bill team In the fifth Inning a talented young man la sworn In as a practicing attorney ou the drai mond In the sixth inning the ney for Nashville files a demurrer to the entire proceedings The bleachers are removed in the seventh inning pending the legal arguments The autopsy having been held and ground Ar t L = it W1idiscovered tbe bleachers qte restored the lootcm sworn in after having been challenged for cause and the game proceeds the score now stands 10 to 2 in favor of Nashville In the last Inning Judge Lynch Ilitilcilly organizes his court a posse of Indignant fans call upon the umpire and give him the option of leaving town at once or being executed without benefit of clergy The umpire leaves for parts unknown the lawyers note exceptions the box ol fice lecelpts ate levied ou by the sheriff a receiver Is appointed a trust deed filed an appeal to the Supreme Cout taken a bill exceptions called for and the game adjourns Commer cialAppeal FORDSVILLE Health Is good in this community Miss Elton Huff Sulphur Springs who has been visiting Iricndu and rel atlves here since July 2nd retutned home Saturday accompanied by Misses Ella Jones and Alice Smith Misses Cotda Martin and Mamie Jones who have been visiting their aunt Mrs Bettle Payne near Shreve returned home Wednesday Misses Ethel Johnson Mamie Jones Bertha Truman and Ella Roby spent Fildaay evening with Miss Lena SmithMrs Alice Jones who Is visiting her sons Dr and Ellis Jones In Mis souri for the past two months Is ex peeled home In a few days Mr Cud Truman and family were the guest of friends and relatives at Deanfield Saturday and Sunday Misses Myrtle Ralph and Lena Smith were the guest of Misses Nan nie and Mamie Jones Saturday and SundayMrs Marsle Smith Is visiting her daughter Mrs May Kirk of Owens boro who is about to die rREYNOLDS STATION Rain is needed badly here crops are suffering There will bean Ice cream supper at Lyona the 9 ol August for the bene fit of the Sunday school Miss Jennie May Black ol Haws ville Is visiting relatives and friends hereMiss Zsll Lyons of Olaton was the guest ol Misses Hettie and Rosle Rey nolds Saturday and Sunday Mr Bobble Miller and wile of Lyona were In town Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Noah Baize on the 17 a boy Born to Mr and Mrs Al Keaton on the 25 a boy Mr and Mrs John Coleman enter tamed the Reynolds and Lyona string band Thursday night with an ice cream supper They had good music and a general good time r Head too Hard Ellen Maston shot Annie Owen In the head Saturday night at 1 1 oclock with a 32caliber pistol The bullet took effect squarely over the left eye but Annies head was too bard Ellens steady comapany drew his wages late in the afternoon an gave It to her to keep They attended a moonlight picnic at Odd Fellows park and when they went to leave about ii oclock he asked for the money and she refused to give It up A quarrel followed and Annie put in and asked what the fuss was about Ellen re sented her interference and went down In her stocking for her gun She fired when the woman was only four feet away from her The bullet flat tened against her skull and dropped to the ground Officers Proyor and Ambrose arrested the Maston woman and she was taken to Jill Annie Ovens was taken to her home In Hnntersvllle She will have a sore head but she is not seriously hurt Inquirer It makes no difference whether or not you are Interested In base ball you 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 again Notice to Taxpayers- I or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the dates mentioned below AH claims oi fa and under that have been certified to me on the taxbook wilt be paid 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 your cash as the time is too late for me to come to see you Beda Saturday August 2 Hcflln Tuesday August 5 Buford Wednesday August 6 Belts Run Thursday August 7 Ralphs Store Friday August 8 Fordsvllle Saturday August 9- MaganvMonday August ii Deanfield Tuesday Aug 12 Shreve Thursday August 14 Narrows Friday August 15 Olaton Saturday August 16 Horse Branch Tuesday AUjtual9 Bilzetown Wednesday August 20 Cromwell Thursday August 21 Rosine Friday August 22 Ceutertown Tuesday August 12 Wysox Wednesday August 13 Rockport Thursday August 14 Ceralvo Friday August IS Smallbouse Saturday August 16 Point Pleasant Tuesday August 19 Beaver Dam Tuesday August 12 McHenry Thtrrsday August 14 Hartford six daya In the week every week CAtP KKOWN S O C There Is no other base ball team In the country that is at all like the Ne braska Indian Base Ball Team In the first place the team Is composed of JA q oi l a ilni 4 sometimes given to wha conlilgiollsthe known as the HAD DI3 It is not confined to done of the lower classes The purest clothingll1oO1using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons who have contracted it It Vwvrtns usually with a little blister or sore then swelllntr in the groins a red eruption breaks out on the body sores and ulcers appear in the mouth the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated copper colored splotches and pustular eruptions and aSnflflS S Iflflfl nirte nl year Potion began sound Ttnn tIicboclandUie poisoierendestroYS the SS is Specific for this disease and cures even In the worst forms Its perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes the blood anti penetrates to all parts of the system Unless you get this poison Out of your blood it will you and disgrace and disease upon I your children for it transmitted from parent to child S S S contains no mercury or potash is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound C Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us history of case and our physicians will furnish the information you wish without any charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA genuine Indians and In the second place they play the finest baie ball of my team traveling Then to they I camp right on the grounds fchere c they play and live In true savage a style The Nebraska Indians will play the Hartford Ball team at Hartford on Saturday August 9 No one whoenjoys sport or novelty abould I miss this event Xe p It In Your Horn r And when the bowels fall to act prop j erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and boweli will keeps your system in good working order make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RoslneKy r c A riot in which person was killr ed and not less than a score were In jured some ol them probably fatally I broke out last evening at Sbanaudoih Pa and the principal streets oi the city were for hours in the hands ofg an Infuriated mob Gov StOne was appealed to for aid and the Goveners troop together with two regiments were ordered to the scene The trouble with the attempt of Sheriff Baddal to escort two nonunion mines through the strikers picket One of the miners was beaten almost to death The Sheriff opened fire shooting two of the pickets Imme diately the officer and the other strike breakers were forced to flee for their lives They were surrounded by a mob of 5000 men who beat to death a brother of the Sheriff when the er attempted the Sneriffs rescue When the police arrived the mob was tired upon and the strikers returned the fire More than twenty strikes were wounded at least two fatally CourierJournal Catarrh Cannot bo Cured with Local Applications as they not reach the seat oi disease Catarrh U a blood or constitutional disease and In order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucons surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is not quack medicine It was prescribed by one ot the best physicians in this country fir four years and is a regular prescription It is composed ot the best tonics known combinedwith with the best blood purifies acting directly on the muclos surface The prefect comblnotlons ol the two Ingre dients Is what produces much won derful results In curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co props Toledo O Sold by dauggists price 756 Halls Family Pills ore the bestl The Seven Hills Chautauqua At Owensboro is rapidly assuming proportion as vast as any similar j gathering in the United Stoles erything that money and men can Ido to make the park beautiful has been attempted statury scattered here and I there through the trees beautiful flower beds and magnificent lawns 1 greet the eye from every direction 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 2 tirely of steel a magnificent office building of brick and stone stands on the In the center ofThe lagoon S church headquarters and lodge build Ings are to be found In the various parts ol the grouuds tennis courts 4 croquet grounds the bowling alley and the morygoround for a line list of physical attractions The programe Is undoubtedly the best ever published in the United States and contains the names of al most all of the prominent man and woman of the platform The price ol admission are so low that people can 7 live there as cheaply as at home elth1 er in tents or In cottages The Superintendent W G Archer will be delighted to send booklot explaining all about this meeting to anyone who will send their nfme and address to the Seven Hills Chiu tanqua Owensboro Ky I r F Only 50 C iitshto make your babysirongpndi well A fifty Scotts EmulsionIwill change a sickly baby to 21H a plump romping chIldJIOnly one cent a day thInkbof It Its as nice as cream b tIY116COTT I 4o 4iS r Streetcwsoc coo all drareuti olkI loin alrO I contracted a tad caue fBlood Iwai under treatment uSa phyilclannntll I round that be could So me no rood when taking B 88 I commenced to improve at once end In a very abort time all evidence of he dlioaie dUatfpeartd I took ilx bot lei and today am and well 11 M Wan XoriliUwo bones- S a it a ruin bring can be but a all GA Base one started form can the EVI a island 6 a SMALLHOUSE Rev John Bilbro and Mr erdley 01 White Plains Hopklns aunty scare In our midst Saturday nd Sunday Rev E Igar Maddox preached at the m llbou e Baptist church Sunday Rev R W Danks was in our midst ast Friday Mrs II D Hunt nd daugnter ave returned from a trip to Lonlr ille and several dijs visit to her sit er Mrs Henry Young Millabid Mrs M igle Burch Brecltemidgr ounty who has been visiting her Mrs Ely Meadows has reo urned home She was accompanied home by Mr and Mrs Caz Mson lio will spend several days visiting relative and friends there Mrs CitlUn Withrow Central City s visiting relatives here Miss Katie Hawkins and Mr Raymond Phillips Hartford were the uests of Misses Ethel Hunter and Gracie Reid Saturday and Sunday Misses Kssle Nichols and Katie Robertson Hopkins county who were the guests of Mrs J C Bennett several days last week have returned homeMr T L Withrow and family Central City are visiting teUtlves here this week Thert was an oyster upper at Mr John Drakes Wednesday night and an Ice cream supper at Mr Clark Iglebearts Saturday night All who attended report a nice time Rev O W Lawrence filled his regular appointment at Ccol Springs Saturday and Sundav Mrs Jennie Balls Rockport visited her old home here Saturday and Sun Iay Misses Nora Bennett bud Llllle Bratcher and Messrs Shelby Bilbro and Ross Bennett MaUnzos and Leslie Leach Beaver Dam were the guests of Mr P B Taylor and family Saturday and Sunday J W Ford PTM Joo T Moor cub- ii I Taylor V Prw II HulbroukAxt aab Statement of the Condition OP TUB Bank of Hartford At the Close of Business June 30 1902it- Ec4ovitcIM Illlli IIroeutediOl077iOyr- drafti Unmand tssj 11 Cub on band and due from flank C2TW1- Ch k for Itrmlttanc IISOJ Hanking HODM and tot ooeoo Furniture aDd FutureS I000Ot Ezpeicee tlM etjti la Suit 8000 teal K tate 2542- 1Total 17BE- S1UUIUTIE8 CapItal Stork f 40IOOOt ITndlrlJeil Trent 40M- Borplni 111 1131110 sITlwIWpOtlIlDividend Unpaid 1200 Total I EB- BUITIFMKNTAHV Illgheet amount of IndebtedaeM nl any tockboldrllProamlonT- or Arm Including In the liability of the company or trio the llablll tyottheludlvldualniembentherv ol directly or Indirectly If inch IndebtedneM exceed 10 I er cent of capital utiKk actually paid In and actual amount of undue ot ottbe bank None Stow UlndrbtedneMitatedln above Item Hecured see Sec MS Kentucky BtatulM Highest amount of Indebtedness of nny director or ijtflcer It amount ul neb lidoIjtednemexetwU to per ivut of paldnp cnpltal lock ol lIokr I None how Ii sauce necnred Doe amount ol Indebtedneu of any penioa company or flrm Including In the liability of the company or flrm the liability ot the Individual uiemben thereof exceed 30 per cent ol paldnpiapltat andnctn- nl nrplae No leo utate amount ul inch Indcbt ednee f Amount ol mat dividend 120000 Were nil expeneee IOMM Interext and taxee deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and gnu not leu than 10 per cent of net profit of the hank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the inrplui fund before laid divi dend wee declared S tate of Kentucky 1 uCouotyolOhlo John T Moore Catbler ot Hank of Hartford a lank located and doing bnitnuu ill thetowe of lartford Xyia laid county being duly worn aye the foregoing report is In all reepectj a true tatementot the condition of the paid URllk ate cloieof bnilnenii on the 20th day of June GO to the bet ot hli knowledge and belief and rther cay the1 bulneai of said J100k h lbeau raDneUd at the location named and not vine hire and tbe above report Ii made In eompll nc with an official tutlw received from the ffretary ot State dnlgnatlDg the Mtbdayof one 102 01 the day on which inch report shall made fio T loon Cashier subscribed and wom to before me by Jno T core the tad day of July itOl L WILKK Notary Inblle My commlnnlon Expire January 17 Wflo TJ8MITII J W Voo Infmtori f Jjli O1IIOUASJ 7 4 no = o I MAKING IT PLAIN 1tA wise manor woman is always Hooking for the store where he gets real value for what he spends He looks at the quality first quantity second He knows that the spurious use all their powers in imitating the good He comes where he knows he can get real value for what he spendswhere r they sell at a narrow margin and do a large volume of business Consists wellmade Clothing Ovcrshirts Neckties Invitation wishing to be in accord with the season come to our store Our stocks of airly Waist Skirt and Dress Goods will certainly surprise you We can please you in and Slippers Hosiery Para Vests Fans Etc are all built to your liking we have prices on them Broken lots of goods odds and ends at a big reduction in If Have Good Corn to See us Sick Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills arc liver pills they cure dys pepsia JSe All drursMi I Want mouitseie or beard a bcauUfI- a brown or rich buck Ttun Ic BUCKINGHAMS DYE Whisker I ls II 0 e t a a a CROMWELL- Mr Ferman Blrkbead sppke here last week There was a patty at T P Panghts Saturday night There was a nice crowdand a splendid time was bad Rev Gardener filled his regular ape at Green River Baptist church Sunday Mr Dan Trout and little girls Lena and Nina spent Monday in town Mr and Mrs Sanders ot McIIenry are visiting Mr John Gentry this Mable Doolen near Morgan- town Is visiting Mrs Joseph Kahn Dr Null Mr and Mrs Sanders and Mr and Mrs h C GentlY gave the citizens of Caomwell a serenade Monday night Sirs T P Faught and daughter Alice spent Tuesday at Mr Bill Wil- lIam There was an ice cream supper at Mr Jaseph Kohns Tuesday night Dr Nail Mr Sanders ol Mcllenry Miss Mable Doolen Morgantown Miss Blrchie leach and Mrs Joseph Kohn furnished some very nice In stiumental music All report a nice time5eainatirefoatewtitor nerybottle of the genuine PINK MIXTUREthe bsbya from birth until he has his teeth All druggist The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by all druggists ra In Memory- Of Mrs Elizabeth Chapman who de parted this life July 19 1902 She was born December 31 1830 was married to Reeseon Chapman In 1848 professed religion in early life and has lived a consistent Chris tian for over fifty years To know her was to love her She leaves three children seven grandchil dren two great grandchildren and a host of ftiends and relatives to mourn her loss R L T Henry L Shattuck of Shellxbetg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried many others reme dies and a number oi physicians with out relief For sale by alt druggists Ctir1ant TchpnAND jTelegraph COMPANY INCORIOBATKD I Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Iinjf Distant line J with Ml principal points la thirtyfive States and Territories has established I 8urroundlInKseryice as comprehensive and vtlna- bte as possIble slid make aspeclalty ollnrnlsblng eic to parties living I In the country Within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and I other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drugstore Hartford Ky C P I iiiiiiiiii Summer Comfort in a large part in having light wei jt Buy one of our nice Serge Coats and Vests a lightweight Pants a nice up todate Straw Hat a pair of uptodateminute Shoes elegant lightweight fancy Underwear the new Tan Madras the comfortable new Summer Collar and one four elegant An Everybody dressed should comfortable quality price Our sols and stockreducing price You for Sale Come tSE1t BARNES 13IxOBeoVer Itm Headache biliousness pointment weekMiss NpWMHMahnger Success4j successtyour JT bor gets all of these good things They are for you too Below we quote you a C few of our many bargains 4Shoes4i1Pont forget that wo the eolbrttcdl- lniniltonBrowiiI Shoo guarnnteedi el Dont fill to see them JJ before buying else i whore Shoes 1 up 4Lfl1iC8 Slices 95c up ChildrcnsShocsGGeup 4if Dress Goods Etc + 20c Lawns Me s IGc Lawns 12c lOc Lawns 8c 8c Lawns 5c Best Calico 4Ja Mens Clothing Ii Mens Wool Suit826O4i Youths sizes M to 19 225 up Boys Suits G5e up Top Shirt 25c up 4 t t Undershirts anti Draw ers 40c suit Big line Hats Como and see thorn 3- S 3FitetoryBleach Cotton fit Shirting 5c 3 Good Hal TiukiiK nf 12c ji Sheeting tOe Big lino Hosiery + Suspenders Gloves ji i Holts Ties Eta 4Dollar in the Hand i You have heard a great deal about diiV I 2 ferent kinds of dollars but the dollar In ji the hand is the best dollar on earth Ii Come to our store and see what a pile of GOODS you can get for a very J + amount of money smf tSAMEACH SHARTFORD KY j pfof t ttt4 f iWest Kentucky Seminary AND Teachers Training School eaVe Daxn Ky iQreL Q i t Will oiTer thorough work in Common School rnuohosIMusic Language Literature History PIiilobp1iyPeda- gory Mathematics and Natural Science Also an extensive J filmvereorganized and several now features added i t make the vork interesting anti progressive lV W I A full Orchestra will bo maintained and l1filrnishr ni sieon till public occasons All music iossons will be given tittho Studio next door to College building Write for Catalogue For further information address S5J5 M MATHENY J 7 V or J HAM PresitJentII j 1 jr L c c IIII i 1 Theyre Coming Our Wayl Those people who want the biggest kind of values qr the Icjist possible money Our stock of Summer r 3 Goods is yet larger than it should bo at this season In order that wo may still reduce it wo aro oflbring I special inducements in many of our Departments vv I SPECIAL NO IOur entire lino of lOc Vie and 20o Wush Goods at 80 lOc and ICc nothing re served must clean up J SPECIAL NO 2Ladies and Misses Slippers Slippers that sold for 136 now 100 Those gold for 150 200 and 250 aro now 125 goodSlippers I 1 SPECIAL NO 3 Molls and Bos Straw lIntsr stock has been greatly reduced but wo still have I some late xiptodato styles that wo are closing sa out at special prices 0 SPECIAL NO 4One lot of genuine Madras Cloth Sliirla sizes M to 161all tho late fancy weaves a regular 75c quality to closo out at lOe Are rare bargains for shirtless men SPECIAL NO 5 ChSldrcns fast Black Ribbed Hose good wearing warranted fast black close fitting mid finished topa regular 150 Hose for lOc per pair Dont vase them if the children need Hos- eSPECIAL NO 6 Millinery Detmrtmentonly n limited quantity of goods in goingtoat exactly price A to buy stylish Complotolingo priceCrumItaroI are underselling all ofour competitors Wo take in exchange your Eggs Feathers Chick CBS Hams Ac all at tho highest market price THE PLACE IS ttte t t pt III t a It I 1111 t t IIII t lit t 11111 t I t i Blllousnes MakeS Chronic Invalid Wbea thUnrl torpid mod fall to do lu wort th bUs eaten be blood u a TtruUat poiaoa Tbo come eoMtlpation btllouaoen tick headaeb tntn and meted The only treatment that gin be Uw fiat be ngbl touch mod itaru Natun wort to tbs rigtit IIWIII8I a D AVONS LIVER PILLS J aNDTOHWPELLTST- bs pin looebM be User sari lh peUtta too U rjium tfcooMi lard day COM is Rua tad m few your use Uneeedlngly ted yon wUI bau afar you BnUb them Baapt free For ale at r all daalen For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky u Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 1 Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf The Masons will give a barbacue at Roaiae August 16 See Carson llros new line of fine English Chinaware Mildness and neatness In all things wearable at Carson lCoa Highest market price paid for wheat at J W Fords Water Mill E W Jackaoaa Mammoth Photo Tent will be at Fordavllle Augurt 1f You can always find anything yon want in the Grocery line at Carson Cos For the celebrated Ames Buggies the beat vehicle sold In Kentucky see Alva Taylor Mr Everet Ellis near town left yesterday for a few visit to the Mammoth Messrs CaveI werecau1e Try the Ice Cream at City Restaurant Fine Ham Cheese Sausage Etc at Carson Bros Born to the wife of Mr Sherman Smith a girl Soda Water Lemonade Phosphates at City Restaurant If you want to get the news just read TUB RHFUUUCAN Cheese Sausage Dried Beef c at City Restaurant For the best and freshest Groceries in town see Carson Bros Born to the wife of Mr A J Will lams Wednesday a boy The Ohio County Fair promises to be the best this season ever held here You want your Clothing stylish arM to fitJust what ire keep- CARSON Co The First National Bank will be translered to its new quarters In the Riley building today All the style and dash the fashions call for is to be had here CARSON Co Mr Sam Barnett will soon open up a butcher shop in the new brick building just back of the new hotel Honest methods are the ground work ol our business We are wlllloj to be held strictly accountable for everything we sell you CARSON Co- W T Chandler was arrested at Beaver Dam yesterday charged with using abusive language to Mrs Ada Jones The trouble had its origin over the children ol the two families Chandler gave bond and was released l City Restaurant Go to the City Restaurant Fried Fish during Court at CIty Restaurant City Restaurant Is the place to gel your meals during Court Every tblg good to eat at City Res taurant during Circuit Court Dont forget the Indian base ball game at Rough River Park Hartford August 9- While attending court call on Car SOD Bros for anything in the Gro cery line- Circuit Court will begin here Mon day with fifty two appearance cases on the docket Dr S J Wedding Is out again al ter having been confined to his bed tar the last two weeks Fine stylish Hats for youngster to play football with or to use for bait cans CARSON Co Just received a car load of pine flooring and ceiling JNO R PIIIPPS A wild profusion of modest sheet la warm weather Shirts at prices from 330 to i 25 CARSON Co For watch clock and jewelry repairing call on G R McIlValn at the Hartford House Hartford Ky Hot weather clothesthis Is the month for themr and this is the place to find them CARSON Co Dr D W King Is located at W G Hardwicks for the practice of Osteopa thy Consultation examination free No shoddy sham or cheap stuff can be found here We are unable to sell It CARSON Co Flab Steak Chicken Ham Eggs Hot Coffee Ice Tea Ice Milk etc at City Restaurant during Circuit Court Call on G R McIlValn for clocks watches and jewelry repairing Of fice at the Hartford House All work guaranteed Mr Jo Keown ol Select was tried for lunacy here Wednesday The jury after a short consultation acquitted hImtR L Tweddell Is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located Wthend IronI bridge Hartford Ky Court visitors are invited to call on Carson Brothers for the cheapest and best dinner on Cheese Sausage cann ed goods etc In town Mr Arthur Petty of the Herald will leave today for Fordsviile and other points to spend a week visiting friends and relatives Just received an elegant line o- fShlrtaall colors and qualities You cannot help but buy if you look at them CARSON Co When you come to Circuit Court dont fail to come In and see our beau tiful ladies gold watch which we are giving away In our teachers voting contest Free hitch at B B Collins Cos Stable during Circuit Court Ride right in and have your horse hitched in a nice clean stall without money and without price Miss Mary Wedding who has been engaged in the Millinery business at Whltesvllle visited her mother here the first of the week She left lor Cadiz Trlgg county Wednesday Daring the months of August and ptember I will sell my old stock of hoes at from 25 to 50 per cent less than cost L F WffiRNBH- all Hartford Ky A horse belonging to Mr James Hat was accidently shot at Dundee last Friday A company of young ladles were shooting with a target rifle and the team had been stopped in the rangeIMrs Sallie Williams wife of Lark in Williams died at her home near Hartford Tuesday of stomach trouble Her remains were bdrrled at the Cen tral Grove cemetery Wednesday Col McIntire Oweusboro is in tows lie Is a special pension exam iner and has come to Investigate the claltd of Alfred Hudson for a pen7 sUm Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers for the Richmond Steam Laundry Best work brought to Hartford or no charge RAOLAND PATIN I Agents FOR SAIB One8oacre farm well watered and Improved one half hill and onehalf bottom two miles South west of Megan Ohio county Ky also stock and farming Implements on same LON RALPH 4t2 Magan Ky A barn belonging to Mrs Elvira Miller between Hartford and Center town was destroyed by fire at noon lent Saturday Loss is estimated at about ESoo The fire Is supposed to had its origin in the carlesness of a little boy Barrett Miller in striking a match in the corncrib On August gtbtUe people of Ohio county will have the rare opportunity ol seeing a ball game between the local team and the famous Indian tcamros the Northwest The game Will be played at Rough River Park Nol xJy hatover of the sport can aQwt fo IU1 the game We call the attention of any who dcelre a buslnes education to the an nouncement of the Central Business College in this issue The high standing ot the young meu who are back of the enterprise is sufficient We extend a special in vitation to everyonewhi attends Circuit Court Monday to visit THE RE PUBLICAN Office W hope to have enough visitors Monday to make a Special Court Visitorsl Column for our next is- sUe guarantee that it will be a success The college has a new building and modern equippment all kinds and the great advantage which Hartford offers- for economical living make a splen did opportunity for any one who wishes a thorough business training The following letters now remain dead in the Hartford postoffice and II tentsto the dead letter office Miss tens Riley Miss Mollie Payton Mr John Hutchison Mr H B Pull One cent due on all letters advertised WOOD TINSIEY PM Prof UC Bareett has been employ cuss principal of the Sharon Grove ichool in Todd county Prof Barnett has been closely connected with the Ohio county schools for a number of years and has always stood In the front rank of his profession We wish him the success to which his merits entitle him Mr John E Magan died of typ old fever at his home in Buford last Sunday He was burrled at Mt Carmel Cemetery alter funeral services con ducted by Rev J N Jarnigan He was one of Ohio countys best and most respected citizens He leaves a wife and eight chlldrem to mourn his demise Dr J S Coleman Beaver Dam Is reported to be suffering from nervous prostration He has been prominent as a Baptist minister for half a cen tury although he has not been actively engaged In the ministry for sometime e has a Hhost of friends and acquaintances who will regret to hear of his servlous illness Mr Lon Ralph ofMegan advertises his farm for sale in this Issue of the REPUBLICAN He contemplates moving his family to Moorhouse I In about two months He is one of Ohio coun tys most highly respected and pros perous young men The best wishes of his Ohio county friends will go with him to his newly chosen home Under its new management the West Kentucky Slmlnary offers ex ceptional advantages to young people who desire extensive or special edu catlonal training The faculty this year exceptlonaly strong many new features have been added Those who contemplate attending school should Investigate the claims of this Instita tlon See their ad in this issue Railroad Talk At the hour of going to press the success of Hartfords railroad scheme seems to be assured Though there la yet a small amount ot stock to be taken the business men of our town who have pushed the scheme through this for will not allow this small amount to bring about the allure of the enterprise The men who have been most zealous In pushing the railroad should be given all the credit and glory of its success if not Indeed the commercial benefits Marriage License and Divorce Suits UNITED THESE STAND W H Blackburn Ceralvo to Edna Myers Ceralvo Oscar Smith Flint Springs to Clo via Daugherty Flint Springs John A Shultz Fordsviile to Llllie Eskrldge Fordsviile S J Ashley Renlrow to Josle Pierce Rosine Elbett Goodall Eden Butler coon ty to Martha Haven Flint Springs- C W Calvert Centertown to An nie Rowe Centertown Ellis Cook Arnold to Eunice James Balzetown DIVIDED THESIS 1AIt G R Plummer vs Fannie Plum merAda Shacklctt vs Ben Schacklett GeoWReddish vs HannaReddlsh Verna Crawford vs Frank Craw ford Seven Hills Chatauquar The Seven Hills Chatauqua opened at the beautiful grounds near Owens boro yesterday and will continue until August 12 These grounds are undoubtedly the most picturesque and attractive In the South II not indeed In the entire country The at tractions are varied and interesting and no one living within one hun dred miles of Owensboro should fall to attend r For Sale The Judge Balrd property near the Water Mill There are nine acres ol ground a large twostory residence in good repair Also all necessary out buildings and a fine well ofwater For further particulars call on or address A Co HrLlS Agt tf Hartford Ky WALTONS CREEK Mr S D Williams little child Is sick at the home of its gratdmonth Mrs Relecie Williams Rev Coakley preached at Waltons Creek last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sallie Williams wife of Lar kinWilliams died at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon She was bursled Thursday at Central Grove ABOUrPEOPlE Mr L P Bennett Beda called Monday Mr John 6 Herrel gave us a call Saturday Mr Dave London of Rosine called last Saturday Mr R M Young Renlrow called here Saturday Mr L p Crowder Rosine was a caller Monday Rev 13 M Miller McIIenry was a caller Tuesday Mr C S Moxley Shreve was a caller yesterday Mr J A Sandefur Horse barnch called Tuesday Mr J W Cox Cromwell was in town yesterday Mr Wm Hamilton McIIenry was In town Monday Mr W R Edge Magan was in town Wednesday Mr King Newton Fordsviile was In town yesterday Mr S M Bverly Matanzas was In town yesterday Mr W M Boyd Centertown was fn town yesterday Mr A B Tichenor Matanzas was In town yesterday Mr W N Beck Manda called at this office Wednesday- Mr J W Rowe Render gave us a pleasant call Monday Mr S II Riley Baford gave us a pleasant visit Tuesday Mr Julian Ranney of Cromwell was In town yesterday Attorney John TRone Centertown was in town Wednesday Mr John Shown Beda was a pleasant visitor Saturday- Mr Connie Stewart Rosine was a pleasant caller Tuesday Capt John G Keown and wife via ltedat Fordavllle Monday Mr F M Crowder Horton called at thus office Wednesday Esq J M Graham of Narrows called at the office Saturday County Attorney W H Barnes went to Rockport Wednesday Mr Ollie Newton Fordsviile gave us a pleasant call yesterday Mr S A Susong ot Cincinnati Ohio was In town Wednesday- Mr W H Duke of Sunnydale was one of our callers Saturday Mr W H Allen Rosine called to see us while In town Wednesday- Mr L P Turner Maxwell was among our pleasant callers Tuesday Mr J C Loyd of Narrows was in town Tuesday and called at this of fie Mrs J MMaltingly and children visited relatives at Rochester last week Miss Tillle May of Prentls Is the guest of Mrs R I Tweddell this week Mrs J S Field Gaseburg Ill is visiting the family of Mr Henry FieldMessrs J M and F M Reynolds Reynolds Station were in town yes terday Miss Alice Stafford Aurora Ind arrived yesterday to visit Mrs Wayne Griffin Little Miss Marie Graves who is visiting in town was a pleasant caller TuesdayMessrs B W Patterson end R H Hankins were appreciated visitors Saturday Col S R Dent representing the Kentucky Mutual Life Insurance Cola in town Mr Albln Patin returned Tuesday from a weeks visit to friends near WhltesvllleMessrs P Samlelur Manda and J N Raley Select were callers at this office Monday Messrs S T Chick and T W Bennett Prentls gave us a pleasant call last Friday Mrs Chas E Rogers and daughter Corinne are visiting Mr and Mrs S K Cox this week Mr Sam Cox has returned home after a weeks visit to Mr Ed David sons near Shreve Misses Sndie and Nannie Moddox who have been visiting at Owepsboro returned home Tuesday a Mrs Will Renlrow and little son Edward Dundee are visiting the family of Dr S J Wedding Mrs Dr J H White and son Samuel Charleston Mo are visiting the family of Capt S K Cor Mrs John H Thomas and children returned yesterday from a weeks visit to relatives near Sulphur Springs Mr George Tweddell of Evansville Ind was the guest of his aunt Mrs Tweddell while in town this week Mr John II Thomas returned from the Press trip to the Great Lakes and Canada Wednesday Mrs Lee Chinn who has been visiting her sister Mrs Wallace Ekron Meade county will return home Mon diy Mr Marlon Loyd of Alton Mo arrived at his old home near Narrows last Friday to spend severel Weeks with bid frl Dds and relatives Mr James Tanner and sister Miss Stella of near town spent the first ol the week visltlncc relatives at Liver more and Beech Grove In McLean The Newbraska Indian Base Ball Team has played with great success through v Ncbroakar Iowa Illinois ScrofulaFew are entirely freo from It It may develop so slowly as to came lllUa It any disturbance during the whole period ot childhood It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach nnd bowrJs dyspepsia catarrh Hinl marliN tendency to consumption before manifesting Itself In much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling- It Is best to be sure tbat you are quite free tram It and for Its complete eMdlca lion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of alt nedlclne for all humors 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 of genuine red men They will play the Hartford Base Ball team at Hart ford on Saturday August 9 Miss Artie Wilson Rosine and her niece Miss Erie Shreve Louisville who have been visiting friends in Hartford for the last week left Wed nesday for Rockport Ky During the past five years the Ne braska Indian Base Ball Team has played In all the large titles of the country This famous organization of savages has appeared in Lincoln Omaha Cedar Rapids Rock Island Dubuque Chicago Canton Akron Pittsbnrg Philadelphia Brooklyn Troy and many of other cities of aim liar Importance Besides these cities the Indians have played in over 400 other places in the United State and Canada They will play the Hattford Base Ball Team at Hartford August 9 Mr W M Thompson who has been putting in the furnace for the new Riley building returned to his home in Nashville Tenn Wednesday For Salel Qno Wind Mill in the town of Hartford It has been used comparatively little If not sold privately before it will be sold at public action at tbe Court House door in Hartford on tho first Monday in Au gust 1902 For particulars call on or address J P Miller or A D White committee Hartford Ky t- fCt3TORtd T Bur ueThe Mi YMninAtenj Bought BriDuel Preceded Runaway Wedding Mnnfordsvllle Ky July 3oAn elopement almost caused a tragedy at Hardysvllle this county William Jewelll a prominent young farmer has for almost a year been in love with the daughter of Rush McDonald a neighbor and leading citizen Mr McDonald objected strongly to the engagement because the youth ol his daughter who was only 12 years of age when the courtship began and who is now only 13 years old Young Jewell persisted and last Sunday when McDonald and his daughter were on their way to church they were met by Jewell who was accom panied by two friends rind the girl was snatched away from her father Mr McDonald who was armed drew his revolver and attempted to shoot Jewell but the weapon snapped Then Jewell drew his revolver and fired three times at his prospective fdther ia law Neither shots took ef fect but the firing together with the fact that Jewells friends drew their guns stopped the angry lather from farther Interference The young couple left at once for Tennessee and It Is presumed they were married When they returned McDonald had Jewell and his friends arrested on the charge of shooting with intent to kill The father will not prosecute If it is shown that the yonng couple were married as they claim they were po The shore ilrnature U on Ihiwrtfper of every bottle of the genuine MIXTURBthe babys 4 frm birth until he has his teeth All druggists L PositionI They sit in the hammock Quiet and still They looked at her daddy Amy and Dill i ii 0 But daddy went in soon Some daddies will They sat In the hammock Amy Bill New York Sun HairSplits HllrVlgorfora hair dressing and for keeping the hair from the ends J A Gruenenfeldcr Crantfork III spUtsfriendships splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you tor every hair of head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghas Zj IIHaMll All 4nuWl youLyouotyour ofCAY Co Lowell l- fasajj T r lV N NWNIwI CENTRAL HBusiness + College I bi 4 HartfOrd DBLy = ilet n it i1 itd Cloor Everything now and attractive Equipment and i1 environment unexcelled Instruction thorough and to J complete Courses practical front beginning to com = yj plotion Aid in securing positions No College ed l4i ucation required to enter as wo give preparatory fc Jj course l ji b1COURSESBUSINESS COURSEBookkeeping Sadler yjjlowo Budget System embracing Single and Double S 44 Entry Commission Manufacturing Wholsaling Of 5 Banking Etc Commercial Law Business Arithmo jt 43 tic Penmanship English Practical Spollin and lfi Business Correspondence i 8 SHORTHAND COURSE Shorthand Gra = j ham System Touch Typowring English Practical bt Spoiling Penmanship and Business Correspondence bee fi PREPARATOnV COURSEBusiness Arrth to = metie Practical Spelling English Penmanship Etc = fi This course is given for tho benefit of thoso desiring 44 to pursue either or both the other courses and who lmay not bo prepared to do so at best advantages I44 EXPENSES tb4 Business Course three months 2000 tb Jt Business Course six monsh 3006 6 Shorthand Course three months 2000 i Jj Shorthand Course six months 3000 ot Combined Course ten months 4000 t Preparatory Course tea weeks 600 fc Jj Board may be had In beat private tanllles at f2 to 2 35 per week fc Schoolopens August 25 1902 Catalogues and bf 9 further information given on request ja J4 R H HANKINS Pros 2 E W PATTERSON V Pres V M ca ncr c HOWDY DO 1 Did You say You Were Looking for me ECONOMY DryGoods Storee Will you come in and rest awhile and while you rest we will show you the new things for Summer Wear We have a splendid lino of SUMMER DRESS GOODS ranging in prices from 5c to 75c in tho way of Lawns Dimities P Ks Foulards Paris Muslin Wash Silks Linens for Skirts Lin oils for Waists Dark Gray Mohair Light Gray Mohair and Black Mohair These are goods that make lovely Sum mer and Fall Skirts Our Hosiery and Summer Underwear Department is complete Did you say Shoes Well yes the prettiest ltndyou will find anywhere Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods I While wo are talking Dresses dont forget that we have tho nobbiest uptodate things for mOil Ifyou are in need of something copl for these hot days just cOme in and lookat our stock Wo can fit you in anything from a cool Linen Suit to a foe Tailormade Suit Also Shirts Collars Ties 1 Hosiery Hats Shoos Canes and Umbrellas Dont forg6t the placoright on the corner next door to Ohio County Bank EconoinyDryGoodsStore Mrs Sart Gollins Smith Propr JARNAGIN WILLIAMS 6ASYer33o x svAre still at their Big Building on Wain Street saving the pea pie money on their celebrated line oil Canton Farm Imple rents and the Milburn Wagon strongeaf arid beat madeP A 0 Bugglea fully guaranteed RIclimond WhU Drillsthe only Drill with a detached fertilizer and seed hopper We are county agents for tile JO eEngines aBdTareifc ers including Pea Hullers We are agents for McCormick Harvesting Machinery such u Binden Mew rs Corn Harvest ers and Shredders Your patronage if seKeited Prices the lowest and quality guaranteedIY l Itetpr JAVAGII W LI4MB IIi47ul- i ft p i lir r = II L c Iu L h n n I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use JLT For Over i Thirty Years CASTORIA Our Voting Contest GIVEN AWAY FREE Wo are going to givo a LADIES GOLD WATCH gifar antced for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County I The patrons of THE REiunucAN shall determine tho Con test in tho manner following For each 25C in cash paid on subscription to TIlE REPUIIIJCAN ho shall bo entitled to cast one voto for a Lady and one for a Gentleman Teacher riearages advances andnew subscriptions all count alike i Cu out the coupon lelow fill in tho niuno of theLady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the number of votes you are entiled to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper Tho contest will be in card of a committee to ho appointed by tho County Superin ftondent The ballots will boopened and counted by the 4i committee and the property transferred to tho winners on tho lirst day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute which will bo hold tho first or second week in October 001r O r Votes for Miss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr as the most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signed i P O Now is the Time to Buy a Sggy or Srrey Ifyou want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood the test of time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen I Our guarantee is therefore of somo value New Styles and Fresh work can always be found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vehicles per annum F A AMES CO- voiabQrO I37 COLLINS SALOON IIALcPL3D X Handles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye OldW S Stone and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BBCOLLINSCO- IfYou Want To keep posted and otherwise I wellinformed subscribe for t The Republican And get all the news all the time J 11 artford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST i Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo New time card Inklnp rent Huudity Ivc t1UOit noon Norlti llnnnil Nonlli Ilonud- NolUdne 6J7 n m No 151 iluellIT R m No 102 ln m No 101 iln 241 p ra- NolMda 15sip ro No Ill daN4Ip m LornlrlllIlNo 91 due 7Oam No 1M due 27 pm B II VlNUKTia Agent iuIIJKMIzIIJp3l1t1iUuHL U t COUCh Ijrapi Tutu U4In tI Id by druulst CONSUMPTION 82 SOLDIER SUICIDES Two Per Cent of Total Deaths in American Army There I Washington July 23 According to the official rej orts of the Adjutant Generals office tell officers land rev enty two enlisted men ol the United States army committed suicide in the Philippines which Is a per cent 01 the whole number ot deaths in the army therebetween FebruarY14 1899 and April 14 192 Major James Parker of the Adju tantGenerals office has made the ne crotoglcal report toni the battle ol Manila down to the end ol the insur rection officially fixed at April 14 last The total number oi deaths during that period Irom all causes was Of ficers 236 enlisted men 4016 total 4155 Of that number 2553 died from disease and 1005 died hoot wounds or were killed in battle Following are the statistics of the report Transported to the Philippines up- I July i6Iast 4 135 officers and 123 833 men Killed or died of wounds 69 officers and 936 men Death from disease 47 officers and 2535 enlisted men Drowned 6 officers and 257 enlisted menSuicide 10 officers and 72 enlisted menMurdered 2 officer and 91 enlisted menTotal deaths 139 officers and 4016 enlisted men- Wounded 190 officers and 2707 en listed men a total of 2 897 Killed and wounded and deaths other than by disease 282 officers and 4188 enlisted men total 4470 Major Parker makes the precentagt of killed and wounded to the strength oCthe army 9 7 In almost no case says the report of Major Parker did American troop surrender retreat or leave their dead and wounded to the enemy The large number of suicides may only be accounted for by the facts that nostalgia or homesickness pre vailed largely among the mee In the Philippines Many were driven in sane by this terrible disease and were sent home to be treated in the Nation al Asylum in Washington Undoubt edly nearly all who committed suicide were insane from this cruse There are a large number of suicides in arm tea stationed for a long time In a country far from home especially when there are many volunteers and raw recruits Major Parker reports that there where 2561 engagements between the Americans and the insurgement The average strength of the army during the time covered by the report was 40000 CASTOnXABeau u pTliJ Kind Yen Han Knit Bottfit 8rWorst 1I Town In Kentucky- A Commercial Tribune correspon dent writing from Jackson July i6tb saidThe red sign of the feud is on every door post In Jackson and a town of i 500 people is divided against ItselfSo Intense is the situation in Jackson now that no one dares go on the streets after dark Circuit Judge Head= = acheSick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgic headache catarrhal headache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds are quickly and surely cured with DR MILES Pain PillsAlso ell pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pain monthly pains etc lInt Miles Pain Pllh are worth their weighija tJr W D Xea meT at Arkansas KaDThec- ured my wife of chronic headache when nothing tin would Dr Miles Pain Pills drive away- palaSsit by magic I am nerer with but a and think everyone should keep them or two pills on approach ol headache prevent It time- II1RLJUDGaJo11rsoN Chicago IlL Through their use thousands of people have been enabled to at tend social and religious func tions travelenjoy amusements etc with comfort Asaprevent ative when taken on the ap proachof a recurring attack- they are excellent Sold br all Drufilta85 Doaa 25 cent Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I tD B Red wine has refused to try Tom Cockrlll accused oi the murder of Bengamln Hargls because it brings into opposition the two factious and the Juige thnia It would be worth his life to sit in the case whether the verdict went one way or the otherA of citizens have left town Some ol them were closely Identified with the leaders in the feud and feared that they might be shot down at any time others did notwant t live In A town where oen warfare semed imminent and where tbe tact of being the lukewarm friend or sixth coublo of Borne leader rci ht result In the loss ol ones Hie Jackson Is known as one of the worst towns in Kentucky It Is lo cuteil on the Kentucky river and Is arranged on scvcrel hills The lour streets which bound the court rqnare me the principal thoroughfares There is no street lighting yet a waj fircr at night carried a lantern at the risk of having it made the target for some drunken marksman and it is no unusual thing to find lanterns in the middle ol the street in the morning where they have been thrown the night before totbat the owner tnf ht get out ol range of fire Citizens are olten compelled to throw away their lights and lay Ut oa their feces in the mud to avoid shots The dls charge ol revolvers In the ttiect Is ak en as a matter of course and this shooting became so common in one section near the river that it was dub bed the Philippines The true sit uatlon here II just leaking out as the correspondents have not tinted publish the news and the most serious troubled anticipated ot any tinge Ramons Tonic Regulator is puiely vegetable It wll do your liver more good than any other known remedy ASK Druggistfor 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE ELYS CREAM BALM fliel Relief At one It dennm ootbr and heal the dlncaim membrane It enee rntnrrb anil drive away a cold In the head qleklj Itlinbiiorbed end CATARRH ijlPcHEAD rottrt the llrmbrnne llmtom the Krni tTeo and Smell Fell nit toe trial ill lc at ilnnnct tn or l r mall ElY IIHOTIIKItSM WarreaHtrrft New York C HELPIMG THE HERO A Realistic Scene What Was Not Down on the Playbill In the old days when a certain Texas city was not exactly the charm Ing place it Is now I was playing in Monte Christo to a crowded house All afternoon the cowboy of his type of the day had been coming into town for the performonce I could see him well in advance In the front row of the balcony his skin jacket shining and pistols glistening In Ills belt The arch act and I spoke my lines Your time has come Suddenly a cowboy stood up In the front rank in the balcony and drew his pistol and drew a bead on the villlan of the piece If you dont fix hIm rang out his voicetor with There he stood ready to put the threat into execution Kill me quick Kill me quick cried my fellow actor under his breath trembling at the prospect ol a more realistic end from the gentleman In the balcony But the joke was too good a one for that I prolonged the duel as much as possible but presently the arch villlan took his first plausible opportunity to expire at my feet Thats right served him right If you hadnt done It I would came approvingly from the voice In the balconyBut circumstance lessened my chances to get anyone to play the part later Actors would come to me for an engagement In the Villlans role and ask Are you going to play In Texas next year Mr ONeill YesThank you That would be the end of it for each would say Good daylJames ONeill In Saturday Evening Post Advice to tbe Unmarried The Paducah Sun tell tills stdry of the valuable matrlmonlcai advice glv en to a young swain of that city by a veteran Benedict A young man bashfully approached a popular official a few days ago and saidJudge Ihave come to ask yonr ad vice You have always been like a father to me and I have now come to you on a very important matter I am thinking of getting married Well young man interrupted the Judge If you are thinking of getting married go do It right away Dont wait because the girl might not be willing this time tomorrow But you see protested the youth Im afraid Im not able to take case of her Tut Tut deprecatingly retorted the Judge why when I got married I was twentyone years old and i Boo la debt Is that sc1 exclaimed the other with happy encouragement gleaming from his eye and I supposed you must now be worth about I And now concluded the Judge Im only 3630 In debt The young man has not yet mar tied a a For Conatlpndou r- Tsko Lyona Loiotlre Rrrnii an Ideal tot auttlilileuaiiltotakdpertectlyharwlvuuuderallcIrcumtancr 1I Sleep Isweet sound life giving sleep for the baby restful peace nndIfreedom from anxiety forIthe mother t Through I 4t teething second sum mersum mer com plaintand all the ills in t cidcnt to the teething period I Owens IPinkl4ixttirelisthe goodryears standing and unlike many other remedies it con tains noopium opiates or other noxious poison It is a harmless vegetable compound and not a stupefying drug FpEVewillsend n free to r any mother Send 4 postal today OFFICE OP Eo B WSATHBS t Druggist Elktoa Ky 1 r902Thef t ffty Detroit Mleh- Gentltmttt l hart favor otihe 17th and am pltaiedton that I hue been tiUln Owens Pink Mlituraforalonr keep It cinsUntlr on hand and nyc where an opportunity of fered to recommend It as the best medicine la the world Tor bowel troublesirlth children during their teething period There are few remedies on my shelves that I can speak a highly of as 1 do for Owens Mixture Send me some advertising matter odoblige y b Respectfully V E IL WBATIIEKS I 07CU1111 the buileu at tls place 50LDEYERVHERB I in 25c or SOc size Bottles FLOYD MEDICINE CO Detroit Mid Hoalth and Ploasuro Rosorts WIT- HMedical Waters nn the lIen olthr IICi Railroad and thef I Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CaiUllan Kprinn AllUon Wrtta Cooper WelU Low WtlU end Drown Wells an rr Dlnrl ntabllihed beultb and Heonr rmiirt with medlral water All n Seater lId harlotc hotel arconimodatlon They an located on or roQtlmrnon to the line of th lllloot Ontral and Yaioo A iilwlul pl Valley Ilallroadi In the upland region ol MississippiSend to the nnderatgned fur R fm ropy of an lllMtrated book dewrlbliK them all In addi lion Hardln Spring Irajrton HprlnK Deacon KprlD Cerulean PprlnginndCttttenden Spring In Wentern Kentucky and Creel Spring and Dixon Spring In Konthern Iltlnol are similar resorts concerning which an Illustrated book bllO been Iwaed which can be bad tree on appllentlon to the nndenlcned A 11 IIASHOX 0 1 A Illlnol Central 11 n Chicago CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS ot- C z SrIo 1- i 11 8 e 41 Huff Alwari rrlAbl Prunla1 rot ClllCIIKSTKIfM ENULINlY la Iced sod fluid meulllo bone Maled with blue ribbon TAke no oilier IUfU danrou uk ll ullon and Imltallon lluyor jrourlJnicrUt or send 4t In rump tot Iarllralmn Tech manlal and Ilellef for Ladies Inltlur bJallCIIIOnBSTEB CHEMICAL OO 8100 IIiHlliran Square 1lllUa PA Mtt tide pst BftOSW Sea Shore Excursion- ATLANTIC TO CITY Capo May Sea Island City Rohobotli und other Atlan tic Const Cities Thridy August 7th t QJ Q Good on Regular Express Trains with Pullman Sleep- cis Observatory Cars Dining Carsandelegant Coaches Return limit 12 days includ ingdatoofsalo- Stopover privileges at Wash ington D Con return journey A popular vacation trip over the AHeghvali through Hletojlo Harper Ferry Wuihlimton IlnJtlmor nml Philadelphia 1eecriptlve poiuplet giving lIsts soil location of nil hotel rate and other particular ran be hnd from any nftent n A 0 iMV or by adilrcu logO I1 JlcUAKTV Oen iaagrAsent Llurlaaatl Ohio ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IKtoarOIUTKIt Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally only paying a reasonable rent to tbeI Rough River Telephone Company or they will beat the whole expense II you say to We connect with nil In dependent Companies For particulars call on D M Hockcr Manager Hartford Ky t I Southern Railway Through FI hi Ilel Southern Slat- eKENiUCKYtLMNISS1CE South 3AKOLINA ALABAMA VIU GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR LilA ami MISSISSIPPI aus Mile Tkre Dally irbuslletsctli ionic till and loxlntcton l TTntloo Chair ton I ralaleaT end nrrlr lpnl illlefr Seventh ItUnion Depot COflflCCIIIlg sith trains ot the IllDol Central llallroad awl I 11 A Ht I It H Forlnlormntlon address A WatDOii rtT A SII 4th AYe Io l Tlll- eWtlnTiTLOiAMbtaata I A IoolTtllt o a s XI oxix A untbe1bsKbdYHHiTIAJwp8ctM 8111rIThi LU L L1ta7 IIKNlKIWON 1M UTE Are preparing to do a largo cxcuniou business from July 31st to August 12th from nil points on their Hue to tho new Owenshoro Chntilauqua Nothing liko it hu ever como to Kentucky For twelve days the very beat and most attractive Chtutauqua features are to he placed in the beautiful Seven Hills Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular lino of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will be popular lectures by Oen Gor lion Gen Wheeler Dr MncArthur Gov Bob Taylor W II Sears Mrs Rorer of the Ladies nome Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Ilobaon Dr John MacNcil tho Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will bo given a ecries of the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from alight ofhand and jugglery to ihe highest claN of popular music and moving picturesFarmers and their families will be especially interested in tho coming of John M Stahl tfecretary of the Na tional Farmers Congress and erery evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by Lallotes electric fountain twj feet larger than the one dhown at the Worlds Fair Remember tbat the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of tills assembly through any of their agents or you can write to the Superintendent o the Chaulauqua W Archer Ow ensboro Ky and he will send you a special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and living prigilegcs and the complete program L J P A Z74 rD LOWRATES WEST- B VIA I 3c O SW San Francisco nSuHn ACCOUNT BIENNIAL MEETING KNIQHTS OF PYTHIAS- Irkrti llllionld AtlKOlllilto lib InclusIve I SALT LAKEoUTAH 1ENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE Oft Dun ELKS i Irkrti will Iw 4ld Aagml to 9 loriuilT 1WB j For pitrtlralnr brplnff ear piuttetc roll on HxvntQ efcs O S7 7 or add re the nnler l nieJ p P MCCARTY Irarral IhnKfOirr AIft- nrlonIIOblo R S BROWN Mutrlct 1iuwenRwr Agent IoaUTlll Ky NEW THROUGH LtNE eiTWK tMISIflUf A- HOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Bvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Kx Sun Iv Evansvile 730 pm 730 am ArChicago 70011111 yioop in SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Iv Chicago S =opm S3oara Arnvansvllle 805 am 550pm Through sleeping ears on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent ror VoulIptlony- ak Lynne lenitive Syrup It you Jont like lUwiter thou any Uxatlro you lirertr caed ytIr druggist win dnml UW money litee She Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort In Awed ca 28 to feet above sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity live hotels and 100 cottages open lor boarders at reasons ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and greatIited by thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities afforded for education al work and Invigorated In body by the health giving Influence for which this paradise of the mountains Is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B 0 SouthWestern from June tat to September 3oth good re turning until October jut 1902 Specially low rate during July and August 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 Rndlsall Mountain Like Park MarylandEor on the subject ol rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dial Pasar Agt- Loulnllle Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio lJlJ7Ultnj tNtBJT1S riie CHCAKST aO SorThant IjHihliltF aihSeven iperlened tenther each one a ipedalltt In hi bloc Oraduatee ot thie cohere preferred by biulneM Ion M We are now In our new home nearest corner Second and Ualait street tk tint and bmt arranged school bnlldlna In the South Individual Infraction Hchool In elon All thyear Btadent can enter at any time Visitor alway welcome K J WHIUHTrmt ti i elUm lCOST NO MORE THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Grpnlte soon gets nossgrown discolored requires constant expense and are and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth lesldes it Is very expensive White Bronze ii strictly verlasting It cannot crumble with the action pi frost lossgrowth Is an Impossibility It is mote artistic ban any stone Then why not Investigate It has l S nI ill 11 Uccu nMu11cu 1111 I4flII7UUC LUUMItI4 UUII UiUUUUJUO- and by thousands ol delighted customers In all parts of the country It has been on the market over 25 years and is an established cuccess Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hnlllrcdi ol beautiful designs of all grades of work end want to have you see them If you are Interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample oi White Brorze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn FIELD SON- TRANOSF OmX33TORO LINEmTw VES cAU 2AcxEw EYA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIlE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED i Our Clubbing List RopublicaivJand TviconWeok CourierJournal per yr 1CD Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year lGO Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 Republican and Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago IntorOcean per year 133 Republican and TwicoaWeok Now YorkWorld llfeo i = J = circi 1 Olxlo Covixxtjr- Clrcal t Court WT eIn J Jtet J Rjttnit Ittornty Uweniboro T II lunch Jailer 8A UdennaClerki ROD llolbrookUaiterCou nUilonert 0 D lAtent Trn te Jnrj Fuadi Cal- Esuwn BherlB hartford outBhtrlBJ I Keunn Clurvote Keowa Jo II floWn n In lloyd FlemHUreu rcourteoelollfUy la Mirth nod reeiiand third Xloaday la May and Nowmlier wo week eon I CootJ V Miller Jadic j I8lIal1 laddrrkt Vt II llnrnM AUurary Hartlord rTOiurteuaT dIpIAboniley eica mutb- 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