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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d J b THE i HARTFORD REPuELIcx- N NMii ft flit f I TJne Job Work a SpecialtyariiMLOROAH OF THE PABIT IK THE FOURTH COflIOLITEIC71Subscription 1 a year- r r VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 No3 p JHEKPA I 2The Kentucky Editors Have IL an Interesting Meeting- atpwensboro iXirtDelightful Outing to The it Great Northern Lakes sndtheBorderLandjwfthe i EmPlre The TOetlng ofthe Kentucky Prea Asaeciatlerfat Oweaiboro July u nafIff 1H b long remembered by I t2tiiF pILpushen pl thja paper ccoti ftBled 7by hte wife leit Hartford it iMNm AuguitaT over the Illinois iCetrai for Xoulsvlll At the 5tl illtetUotel along with a score of other Kentucky editors and their wives we were the guests Monday night of the sth Avenue Hotel The efforts of the managers of Lonlsvillei most popular bolstery to entertain the press people was heertlly appreciated There II no other hotel at Kentucky metropolis where the guests are made tcTieel so much at home as at the 5th Avenue The visitor there Is made to feel more the guestpf friend than of a house of public entertainment Tim TIIXAS ROAD Tuesday mornlug about fifty Ken tricky editors and their wives and sweethearts were taken charge of by Mr oI Garrett traveling pas aenger agent of the Louisville lien derson and SU Louis railroad who placed a special train at the disposal fthe editors for the trip to Owens boro No other railroad In Western Kentucky can ofler Its patrons a bun dred mile ride through such delight fuland fascinating natural scenery a- sLIItthe L from Louis yule to Owensboro The natural scenery along this line from West PoInt 10 Cloverport cannot be surpassed anywhere In Kentucky PR the left an almost perpendicular cliff from one hundred to three hun tired feet in height broken here and there by a deep shadowy canyon cbartnand please the traveler while oil ite right almost at the car win doW glisten the waters of the broad v andieautllal Ohio Every visitor to the South should tike this trip for its scenic beauty We arrived at Owens boro at 1146 and went to the Rudd House which was headquarters for the KP A during its stay in that cityIn the afternoon a meeting was held In the Court House at which Mayor Yewetl ia a pleasing address of wel come turned over the city of Owens boro to the press gang during their two days meeting there Mr R W Brown or the Louisville Time re plied to the address of welcome ac I ceptlag for the press people every thing Mayor Yew U had tendered In eluding the best brands ot Daviess county mint Juleps CapTWTTJllls on the part of the Owenibprp Elks publicly tender ed the IjMdqusrters of that popular organization for the use and benefit of the editors No special explanation of the ort of entertainment to be expect ed there was made but the editors i nuked as one man to the Elks quar kra just like they knew what to ex pct and they got i- tlt night the newspaper people along with about five thousand newspaper readers went out to the Cba lingua grounds where Col W C P BrecTcloriJge delivered an address on juitwithtnhergraipIa does not see it she is looking the wrong way many a woman struggling in a tea of disease who ia doing the- fJjllUllC thing the way at 1 tram when the I life buoy Dr J 1 I iierces a von icipt- ion is within her reach Many a woman has testi fled I know I should ant be alive today but for Dr Pierces F Yorltt Prencrlptlon This famous r Itndlclllel establishes re dries sw drthu heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness k awl sick women especially those I safttH ffronidlieaea of long t is JtyJted 10 Pierce letter f cortlilpondenee is held ii and confidential Addrifor 1VP1ere Buffalo N Y ittitfttMM Ii wTItIaj o let knoiu J the S cIved from r Vivorfti rrMiflolImVind your PlclIl rI1u lAY Mi Kora fladHe Rio 1nt Co 11 r 550 1oIft onlsbt otUce of pnorll Prco s4 onq ur 1w Ytlil ot the Idltlt- ftlak S wouI k my hsd II 501 bet Ibr JI1Ur vRII been sbou low iwxIhs i ia4Idue I wall tun 01 tlId IIi sIep si nigkwsa ue aWClkgc bisek opotl WI lace at u u- look buys Dot IIQ ilck heedadic slact your medldnc sb U Javorlte Prescription makes weal women strong sick women well Bu substitute for ho medicine whic- t1Wekgwonders fotweak women Pleasant Pelleta cure die PidtMc headache f ptjjiii tbeSccpe of the Press Col DrecklnrMge made no effort oratory for which he is famous but made a- very practical talk to newspaper I men lie said that character was es sential to a newspaper as to an indi vidual and that no newspaper could permanently succeed that does not maintain a reputation for veracity and cleanliness livery newspayer ruin present who loves his art must feel a large debt of gratitude due Col Brecklnrldge for his sensible and practical advice After Col Brecklnrldges speech came the bsnquest in a large tent es pecially spread for the occasion The tables were tastefully decorated with flowers und colors sad more than two Knndred people feasted on the bounty of OweniboroS generous citizens The banquet was prepared by Miss Ophelia Hagan and the service was by the young ladles of Owenaboro Mr It Wr Slack was toastmaster and Owensboroa citizens have cause to be proud of their selection OFFICERS ELECtED Wednesday morning a business session was held at the Court House at which officers for the year were elected as follows Thos Watkins CourierJournal President Paul Moore Earllngton Bee Vice Presi dent R H Mornlngstar Secretary TUB BURGOO The business session adjourned at noon and everybody went out to Hlckman Park to enjoy the Burgoo which had been generously prepared lor us by the citizens of Owensboro The first most noticeable and most interesting feature of the entertain ment at the park was the serving of cooling soothing tempting mint juleps Bill Cushion presided over this very important department of the entertainment and he did it wisely and well Mr Cushion is master of the art of making life pleasant for everybody and past master of the art of making mint juleps- Continued Next Week r I Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlaiahoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for Its cures It never falls and Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists T Rioting lit Sbanaidotb- The expected has happened In ther anthracite coal field Union leaders have been unable to control the tur bulent and foreign element among the strikers ot Shanandoth and as a re suit that town is in the bands of a mob rioting has been general life has been sacrificed and blood has been shed That the strike leaders fear this is but the bglnnlng of a trouble which may spread throughout thei hard coal districts may be judged by the ap peal Issued last night by the president ofdistrict NO9 TillS urges of mem bets of United Mine Workers unions tolido all In their power to suppress lawlessness and to aid the officers In every way so maintain peace and good orderThe appeal also says that the dis turbances in Shanandoah are In utter disregnard of the teachings and prin principles of the United Mines Work era as organization nd contrary to I the explicit instructions of tire leaders That Is the leaders admit that Hhejr no longer control In the situation that they are powerless to hold IB subjec tion and order the thousands of idle miners who wreaked their fury on nonunion men and officers of the law In the street oiShsnandoah last night Now Shanandoah is practically un der martial law for the sheilfl has ag mltted that he cannot keep order and Governor Stone has sent two regiments and a troop of horses to hold the lawless element in subjection This may not be an easy task for from the atrocities committed by the mob JBuch as throwing a deputy under the wheel of a moving train all sem blance of reason and restraint appears to have fled In every way this riot starting from such trivial thing as an attempt 6n the part of deputies to pass two nonunion workmen through a line of union picketsIs to be deplored It cannot fall to have a serious adverse effect on the strike It means that the Spirit of unrest among the idle miners has been strait ed to the break lug point and that now the strong est arm that the people possess must be used to protect life and property and to preserve order Chlcaco Post L CAS TOXI X A- BtuIh Bgnatw lMMYHateIJwrnBiti The Atlantic Constitution recently received the following letter Sur an Frend Do the Change llbberary lend okateachin Matthewmattlcs to out side cltle I want anile Books I on M thewmatlcaulm all right on spelKn and am apurty good Gram I maUclanlrIdolllY it Mlsef I kin I spell andlgrammarlze but Matthew msttlcs is one too Much for Met c A Harrodsbrirg family came neat r losing their lives iy eating cabbage that had recently been sprinkled with paris greenDover News l iii DK5ERT hOB MMOS Many Inhabitants Quit the Town F aring Destruc tion by Earthquake Benjamin Ide Wheeler Urges Cit hens to LeaveMore Shocks are Felt ToDay Lot Alamo Cal Aug 4The people ot tEls city and vicinity are terror4tni ken and are fleeing from their homes to places 01 safety on ac count ofthe increasing severity of the earthquakes that have visited this section since the night of the 27th lust since which time It Is estimated seventyfive distinct shocks have been felt The most severe shock occurred at 120 oclock this morning when the earth seemed to lurch from south to north and then twisted back again destroying brick walls and piling everything Indoors Into unrecogniza ble heaps toppling over heavy iron safes and destroying thousands of dollars worth of goods The people are panicstricken and many are leaving town by train and In all available vehicles Three dis tinct shocks were recorded between 7 and 730 oclock this morning and the litter disturbances add much to the terror of the Inhabitants President Benjamin Ide Wheeler of the University of California was com- munIcated with by telephone and ad vised the people to quit the town asI soon as possible Scientists of the university were away ou vacations bntPresidentWheeler advised that the people be ready to flee at a moments notice and that the doors of residences and places of business be left open for escape to the streets without delay in event of further disturbances The advice of President Wheeler was com municated to the people at once and was Immediately acted upon It Is impossible to estimate the fi nancial lossatthja time with any degree of accuracy but It U believed that the disturbances of the1 last three or four days have damaged at least 30000 worth of property Reports from other sections of the valley probably will Increase this amount by many thousands No loss of life Is yet reported Ever brick building in the town was destroyed or badly wrecked In nearly every house windows were broken The Presbyterian church a large and handsome brick structure was razed and a similar fate befell the general store of W S Wlckenben also a brick building The shock seemed to have a spiral motion Goods were thrown from shelves of stores and heaped In the middle oi rooms Even such heavy articles as desks were thrown about Not a chimney is left standing In the town All brick walls are badly damaged but frame structures gener ally escaped serious Injury In the tf reg fcresSnot ft tattle escaped and jtaloonawere flooded with liquor from broken bottles The wloletown was aroused and people fled from their homes to the streets in panic There have been several light shocks since July 27 when the first heavy shock occurred but that of this morning exceeded anything yet experienced It lasted thirty seconds and threw people from their beds The Western Union Oil Company is the heaviest loser two of Its 1m mense storage tanks being demolish ed releasing thousands of gallons of oil Shortly belore 9 oclock two more distinct shocks were felt Word cornea from the towns of Lompoc and Santa Marls each distant about twen ty miles from Los Alamos that the disturbances of last night were felt but slightly In the vicinity of those towns showing that this place was the center disturbance In some places the walls caved In and merchandise was ruined A large safe in Wlckemlens slice store was overturned and went crashing through thevfloor The home of At torney Alexander Leslie is in bad shape The plastering was all knocked off and the safe papers dishes books Bndfarnlture were piled in the center of the room in a broken and confused massi Buildings rocked Violently and pep pie rushed horn their homes in their night clothes The first shock lasted several sec puds and a number of buildings that were damaged by Sunday nights shock are on the verge of collapse People remained on the streets last night fearjng to return to their houses and today still refused to en ter them The seismic disturbances at Los Alamos have continued during the mqrnlng though none BO neverens 1- LLUUr 1 that of 120 A severe shock was felt atlooClock The oil wells at Careager are believed to be uninjured Los Alamos is a town of about 601 Inhabitants in Santa Barbara county A Curo for Cholera Infantum Last Mar says Mrs Curtis Ba ken ofBookwalter Ohio an Infant child or our neighbors was suffer Ing from cholera Infantum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure It would do good ifused accordengfl rectors was In two days time the chile had fully recovered and Is aowlnear 1y a year since a vigorous ealUir gIrl I have rncommended thIS Remedy frequently and have never known it to fall In any single latance For sole by all druggeats A Natural Result- A story Is told ofa young man who went to church and suddenly fell In love with a strange young lady sit ting in a pew joining his He was at a loss what to say or how to say it Suddenly a happy though struck him and taking his Bible he politely hand ed It to his fair neighbor with the fol lowing verse marked second epistle of St John 2 chap verseAnd now I beseech the lady not as thoI wrote a new commandment unto the but that which we had from the beginning that we love one another She returned It with the following second chapter of Ruth tenth verse Then she bowed herself to the ground and said into him Why have I grace in thine eyes that thou should est take notice of me seeing I am a strangerHe the book pointing to the thirteenth verse oi the third epistle thingsIto write unto you I not paper and ink but I trust to come unto thee and speak face to face The marriage took place In due time Jar Constipation taoLyons LaxatlTi 8 up an Weal remedy tot asItIspIeaanhtotendpertoc- UjbarmIeiuudCrs11CirvumanCCs 1tccDa S About the Blue Jay One may pet or patronize accord lug to ones nature a chirping spar row bluebird or phoebe but be is indeed well coated with self esteearwho does not feel a sense of inferiority Iii the presence of a jay He la such a shrewd Independent and aggressive creature that one is inevitably led to the belief that he Is more of a success asa bird than most men are as men Conspicuous by voice and action dur ing the fall and winter when other birds are quietest he becomes silent when other birds are most vocal If he has an evensong it is reserved for the ear of his mate At this season he even controls his fondness for owl baiting and with It his vituperative gifts The robin the catbird and the thrasher seem eager to betray the location of their nest to every passerby but the blnejay gives no evidence of the site of his habitation by being seen in its vicinity The Century Ramons Tonic Regulator is purely vegetable It wll do your liver more good than ariytither known remedy a j HOt Yes but not as hot as James Whit comb RlfeYlay It might be His hot weather advice is especially timelyHot Yes but really not Compared with weather twice as hot Find comfort then In arguing thus And youll pull through victorious For Instance while you gasp and pant And try to cool yourself and cant With soda cream and lemonade The heat at ninety in the shade Just calmly sit and ponder oer These same degrees with ninety more On top of them and so concede Theweather now is cool indeed I A J Cottlnglum went to Wash Ington County Ark to see his sister and while there was taken with flux dysenteay and was very bad oil He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected that he wrote the manufacturers a letter In praise of their medicine Mr Cot tlngham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy is for sale by all drug guts 1 Kentucky Fair Dates HARTFORD October 14 Lexington August 1116 Lawrencebnrg August 1022 Shepherdsvllle August 19 22 Maysvllle August 2023 Shelbyvllle August 2629 Londun August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 6- nUzabethtownSeptembei 912 Bowling Green September ioi3 Glasgow September 1013 Ewlng September XI13- LoulsvilleSepteinber 2227 oaSW E1IA a Bun tit TM tad You Hats Limp BeI Ufutu r p t SCISSORISMS Carefully Selected by The Re publicans Printer Devil ITEMS WORTHY OF PERuSAL The quiet girl neVer wears a high collar on the streets You do not see her flaunting in brilliant checks when they happen to be In style When high hats areInp she does not pile hers so high that It sweeps the cobwebs rpm the sky says he Alba ny rimesUnlon She does not west life ongest train to htr tea gown not the greatest number of bangles when bangles reign But because she does not chatter and giggle and make herself conspic uous at matinees does not announce her convictions on all occasions on all subjects and profess her admiration at every hands turn It must not be supposed that she has no ideas or convictions or enthusiasms She If qnet because she has no power to make herself heard to change her condition or because she is maturing that power In the meantime II Is the quiet girl who marries first who makes thebest match who filles the niches which her more brilliant sisters leave vacant who manages the servants runs the sewing machine remembers the blrthdaysllstens to the reminiscences of the old and often keeps the wolf from the door VThere was once a woman who was the despair of all the other women of her acquaintanceher house was pretty and always In perfect order she kept It on a very small income and kept it beautifully she made all her own clothes and those of her child she trimmed hats for herself and all he sisters she did fancy work she painted chairs thereby saving sometimes as much as 7scts she taught a class in a mission sewing school she took lessons In cooking she belonged to several charitable or ganizatlons and the end of that wo man was nervous prostration and a sanitarium Amid her many occupa tions she bad somehow lost sight of tkevfact that a certain amount 61 amusement is necessary for the hu man mind She had never had time for rest or diversion And her husband as he paid the bill for med ical services possibly reflected how much better and not only better but cheaper would prevention have been than cure uIl I were called upon said a vet cnn physician to lay down three rules for observance In hot weather and especially by women these would be the three Dont wQry dont hurry dont eat injudlclousfood It is a well known fact that women wor ry more about things that never lisp pen than do about those that really supervene They work them selves Into a frenzy of anxiety for fear Mamie and Johnnie will catch the whoopingcough at scbool lie awake at nights nervously wondering If gas Is escaping omewhere or if the kitchen door is locked grieve over the jelly that will not jelly and in a thousand ways torment themselves and such is the effect of mind over matters wear themselves to a frazzle a fragile frazzle not calculated to withstand such heat as we are likely to have at any time now I have found that several of my patients have been preparing In a moreor less frantic fashion for their coming trip to- the country or watering resorts By the time their clothes are ready for these trips theywill be more fit for a month in a rest cure than anything else And all I can say seems to pass oil them like water off a ducks back Hump My own wiles as bad as any of themi VI shall never forget my visit to Madrid said a woman to a reporter of the New York Sun I was the only member ofour party who knew any Spanish and I knew but one word and that one being lech- ethilkbutby means of jesturn we managed to get along until breakfast was served Then as luck would have It the maid brought my coOee without any milk aud also as tact would have It I promptly forgot the tine word of Spanish I knew and which of all words was the one word most wanted at that moment This time neither gesture nor yelling were of any avail so at latin desperation I seized a piece of paper and a pencil and drew a picture oja cow Where upon the maid tripped off and came back with three tickets to a bull fight r- CAS T OE1I4Boaii h TM KirdYou hare Mwss 6s I Iipt 11 of Gates Tells One on Himself 11 am going to give up being good natured declared Johp W Gates mantling his jovial face with a frown s Li When Louisville and Nashville was going up under pressure of ray buy- Ing a speculator came to me and said II Say Gates I want 5000 Ive got a sure thing I All right said I giving him my check 4 Next day he paid the loan re marking that be had put up the mon ey as margin and Had cleared nearly 2000 4 What did you buy I asked L and N he answered with a grin tHangstock with my money held it against me and made me pay two points more for it taking the 2000 tight out of my own pocktN Y Times S HISTORIC BARDSTOWN It Has Furnished Many GovernI ors of States and Noted Men Bardstowns old public square probably has a more Interesting history than any other place of the kind in Kentucky This town was first set tied about 1776 and in planting the vlllagelts projectors were preclseand the streets with the exception of one Broadway are exactly the same width Every square Is identical with the other and is provided with wide alleys running east and west north and south The public square is In the center of the town Previous to 1891 an old stone courthouse two stories in height surmounted with an old fashioned cupelo stood In the center of the square This old build- Ing was erected at the beginning of the last century by Thomas Metcalf known In those days as Old Stone Hammer and who was afterwards Governor of Kentucky It cost about 10000 and In the early years of the Commonwealth was regarded as Jhe finest structure oi the kind In the west In the days when Bardstown earned the title of the II Athens of the West the walls of the old judicial building resounded with the eloquence ofsuch famous enall Henry Clay James BuchdnnOri John Hays Hum phrey Marshal Felix Gruhdy James K Polk Glnlan Edwards once Gov ernor of Illinois John Pope after wards Governor of Arkansas William Duvall later Governor OCPodia Charles A WickllfiV at ant time Governor of Kentucky Robert C Wick life who served as Governor of Lou isana old Ben Hardla Ben Chapese and many others of national renown Numerous murder trials took place within the courthouse Here James Watson was brought to trial for one of the most atrocious double murders that was ever perpetrated within the borders of the state Old lien Hardin was the murderers lawyer and his speech in behalf of his client is said by many to have been tie strongest effort of his life The trial attracted wide attention and culminated in the hanging of the defendant Wataou A few years later Jake Cir and Ben three negro slaves were tried In the old courthouse convicted dad sentenc ed to be hanged for themdrder oftheir mate James G Maxwell a wealthy citizen of near Bloomfield On the comer ot the square Is the old house where GovWm Duvall then aboyish hunter first met the girl who after wards became his wife an account of which la delightfully given ia Wash ington Irvings Sketch Book On another corner stands the old stone tavern the oldest stone edifice in Cen tral Kentucky The old hostelry situated as it was at the junction of leadlnKINashville in the south and the other following the old Wilderness tracks and on to the east through Cumberland Gal sheltered many distinguish ed men among them Gen Lafayette when hie toured this country In the los Bardstown correspondent to CourierJournal h Ten cents will buy trial size of Elys Cream Balm enough to convince You that It is the greatest of remedies for naval catarrh or cold in the head druggistsWemnallit Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York 153 Second Street Albany NY Messrs Ely I3rosI suffered great ly with catarrh and tried different remedies without effect After using one bottle of your Cream Balm I found relief and I cannot pralsetoo highly such a remedy Sept 27 1899 Miss Cora Willard A passenger train on the Pennsyl vania crashed into a wild coal car at Treblu O and and a frightful wreck resulted Four lives atC known to have been lost and other bodies ire probably buried the debris I Experience has demonstrated just what Ramoha Pink Pills will do R L McDavld Kelley La says I suffered from Constipation and congestion ot the liver for many years and tried the best doctors In the coun try without any benefit and finally a box of Ramons Treatment and to my surprise was entirely cued I cbcrrifuily recommend them for all and even more than you claim for them FUGITIVE TRACY Bobs up and is Reported in EasternWashington Unwounded and Well Armed He Wants to Hold up a Bank or Rob an Express Car Spokane Wash Aug4Uenry Tracy the fugitive desperado Is now In Eastern Washington unwounded In good health armed with four guns and 200 round of ammunitions provisioned for five days and equipped with two horses Crested he Colum blather at 5 oclockyerteriJay mortt lag and ia now utippoM tor be headed towards the Idaho line Tracy declared that 1Ie wants to hold up a bank ouobncxpren can He says that he has promised to glvS the sum of 5000 within one years to the parties who helped him escape from the Oregon penitentiary He is rushing his way to theu Holeinthe Wall country In Wyoming When there he declares he will be a thief am lIt thieves and thinks he will be safe a Excursion Ratas On account of Confederate reunion tickets will be sold at rateol one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale July 30th and 31 and early morning train August rat limited for return August 2nd for return Lixlngton Horse Show And Cant val Lexington Ky August Iii6tlu On itintaoove occasion found trip- ticketsiviit be od sale from Beaver Dam to Llxlngtoa Ky and return at 5 55 for the round trip Tickets on sale August ii to August 16 Limited for return Angus i8 th for return That Mrs Prims a spiteful old thing said Miss Gray What has shedone how asfced Miss Plyrt IShe met me on the boardwalk yesterday and told me I Was showing a good deal of niY klc1 oi course I had to stop it Philadelphia Press S F Onlya Mask Many are not ietajf benefited the summer vacation as they should be NoW1hbtwithstandlnk thuck outdoor life they ale i strong erilisilthtywefc TlcIa on their rim is darker andmakerf tkemlook healthier but It ts only a Wast They are still nervoss easily tiiect- upset by trifles and th Jo not eat- nor sleep well What they need fa what tones the nerves perfects digestion creates appetite kwh makes steep refreshing and tla fa hoods Ssrsaparilla Pupils and teachers generally will find the chleTpfifrpose the vacation beat ubhc by this great medicine which ab we know builds up the whole system DflNltIeMS Ofa Kiss A kiss Is an Inspired lnd Ustelesi mpriel which becomes dellcipria and dtlectabf Ifi pr pbrtfen at it is flavor e4vIth love Thi sweetest fruit on the tree lloveoft atip1IiCktdnJlI1ore abun dint It grows A thingor mt3e tdtiS OHC bntmnch prized by two The baby HgSt1overs privilege the parents benlsbtt II1 th hypO crltea mask That which you cannotgive with out taking and cannot take without givingThe food by which the flame oflove Is ted The only known omack that will calm a storm A telegram to the heart in which the operator uses the sounding systemNothing divided between two Not enough Coronel Jut enough for two too much for three The only real igreeable twolaced action under the surf or the moon eitherThe sweetest labial of the worlds languageA most effective argument whether to cajole the heart of a father control the humors bt a husband console the grief bf childhood The thunderclap of the lips which inevitably follows the lightning glance of the rye A report at headquarters Everybodys1 acting edition ot Rom o and Juliet What the child receives free what the young man d1wtiat the old man buys The drop that ruunetA over when theCUp of 16Ve is full That to which twoHe4d4 ai better thau oneMeiaiplmfa Scimitar l Virginia Haiglne Bristol TennAug aiA crowd of 3ooopeoplewla Wise Va to day ofr eccoant of the execution of George Robertson the negto who murdered his brotherinlaw Tom Bates at Toms Creek Wise county The drop fell at 1250 p m but the rope broke bringing about K most shocking scene Robertson went to the ground with the blood streaming from his mouth and nose lie was CONGRESSMANnTZPATRICK Says Poruna Is a Splendid Ca tarrhal Tonic CoulftAmaairomtional Hotbl Washington D 0 as fol Iowa ft At the tolMMIom oftHead used Our eNSII aadcan cheerfullyrecess uthrllllwithtosCoT 1AFornn la a natural and efficient nerve tonIc It etrong thong and re store the activity of every nerve In tho bodyThrough the use of jPernni tha weakened or overworked nerves resume their natural strength and the blood veuolf begin at once to regulate tho flow ot blood acoordlng to natures laws Congoitloni immediately disappear I Catarrh Cvrd All phases ot catarrh acute or chronic ire promptly and permanently cured It la through its pporatlon upon the nervous 11 tem that Pernn has at tamed Inch a worldwide reputation aa a surd and rollablo remedy for all phases of catarrh wherever located It youdo not derive prompt and aatla factory results from tho use of Poruns wtlto at once to Dr Hsrtmin giving a fnil statomont of your CliO and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice free Addreit Dr Hartmaa President of 3lMII rtinJi 8aniUriom Columbus 0 still conzciouSj and alter being re tUrned lo the acaffodaad- iit is awful to be butchered in this Way but I am golnj to heaven Thed the trap was sprung the sec ind time Rbbertsoa died front ItrangnlatlOH Ihe rope having been Iddbledy toaklne the drop too light to break bis neck WKra first oa the scaffold Roberts naade a tali admitting the mar der iatf Ayjog tHit he had been a d spirite JBan J1U courage which had fortakea him after his sentence returned to him in his last hours All right sir said the smooth eerfuMooking summer boarder all- he settled up with the proprietor of- the seaside hotelow when may we move InNot unnaturally he thought he had bought the place Syracuse Herald e A fiveyearold boy fell into a well at Lewlsburg As be was drawn to hcftbp therpje broke and he fell a- second time bitiaIiy rescaed Man Clerks Solve i Puzzle There is a man id Representative KnOxs district who wrote a letter addressed to himself as follows Woo John MaH It took some tim for the postal clerks to decipher the address but the letter was finally delivered to John Underwood Andover Mass iuiitiCiriL L L OP INTKBESt TO e 1Q t Free Transportation to Attend the Special and Annual Meet tugs at Chicago T ibll no tin U heftb gives that a pdal mtttlog ot the stockholder ottb nilnoUOtn tral Railroad will be held at the Corn pail one la Chicago IlilaoUoa Friday Ass mt 1 IK2 ateJnu oclock In the tornoon al sq that Jb titular anntil rneUng of U stock holdnot the Company will be held at IU offlt InCblcogo tlllaou oaW aWda October H IN at soon To permit p non4 atUndanc at them mist liSt there irUt boo tuned to taeh holder ot oct or more than of lb capital oelri of thtllllaoU peatralRanroail Company a regUteml oa the book of the Compass at lh dOte of bnilneM oa rrldar Angntt JIM2 sad JO tockbold n ot record oa Friday September II 107 a tkket en abllo kIm or her to traTel Ira orer the Cow panyi Uses from the iUtloi on the Illlaola Central Kallroad oeareet to hU or her registered addreu to Chicago and re lnrn neb ticket to be good tor thoanst7 to Chicago only dnrlog the foot days Immediately preceding and the day or the Betlngand toe tberetnrn loansr from Chi cagooolron tbday ot the1 meeting A4 the tonrdayt Immediately lallalIIg kea property omittnlgned saC tamped during bulneea bosrutbstie to taj ttweed Lao a m sod 100 p mn the omceot the AaiUtant Secretary Hrl T Y Draea aChlcago Such ticket may be bbtaUie4 by any bolder oj itock regletered aa aboreoaappUcaUoai In writing to lb free knt ot the Company In Chleafio Each appllca loa mut Itate th ru name and address ol the toekablder exactly u glrea In hU or her certlfl cit olitock together wlthtbe somber and date ot each certlUcate No more than on penoa wDI be carried tree la niItto soy one holding ol stock an rgUlvnd ou tbbook ot the Vow puny A 0 ItauaTarrecrtary Hartford Republican 1iw4 Ftdigb tkNatfodpwb CoIncotpoifldD- tersd JtHirlford postillici isminiclmmiH nullir r tCQtT- CCuberlon l1- Dculh tlver33JOHN HENRY TUONAN Editor Itnlraot AilTrrllilnirT- rannltDt lnrtlMiurnU40e per Inch lint loivrtloniMc Ir Inch ah nJ Jltlonnl lowrtloD RiwclAl rat OB party contract Local Dotlcn JOe frt111 lint Inicrtlon Cc p- eachllae additional InmrtloD FRIDAY AUGUST 8 Republican Ticket For Appellate Jnilgoant nuirlel JUnuEnLDOVFrY Ot Uorgantown 4 I ANNOUNVKHENTM rrCircuit Judge Wot ore Rutborlied to aoun W T OWES ul Darlcoi conitjr a a eaadldat for Circuit Judge la tat Bltta Judicial Diatrictanbject to the action oltht Democratic part FoxALLEY went out of Hartfords history at a meeting of thp city fcouh dlla few nlghta ago It is Center Hired now TIm subscription lilt II still open lot those who want to assist In the building of a railroad from Hartford to Beaver Dam MB DAVID M DUNCAN editor ot the Meade County Messenger one of the best country weeklies in the State 1a candidate for Representative ol Meade county on the Democrat tick et If Meado county must have a Democratic Representative we hope to see Dave have the job HARRY TRACY the popular Oregon outlaw and allround manslayer became weary of public receptions and demonstrations on his journey through the West and on last Wednetday he injected lead tablet from an improved Colts syringe into his dome of thought nod quietly fell asleep His defiant imperious rpirit will awake no more to dash it self against the cage of life ToE Kentucky editors who attend ed the State Press meeting at Owens boro will not soon forget the hospital ity of the citizens of that city The city officials the Elks and the street railway people but it would be un just to particularize Every citizen of Oweneboro from the old folks to the school children put forth his best effort to make the Kentucky editors life pleasant during his stay in the city THE Breckenridge News one of the very best weekly newspapers pub lished in Western Kentucky which has fought the battles of Democracy since 1875 pays the following well deserved tribute to Judge B L D Guffy In tubing np the light fur Judge OoB It U not IwcnuMi hoi the llepabllcan nominee but from the deep and alnwro conviction that he U the lbent qualified man for the plan life record oa a Jndg tnnd nt the head of the lint andtberei- no good rOOD for turning him down for a man whote record U unknown TIlE Democrats have challenged Judge Guffy to joint debate with Judge Settle Of course they knew that candidates for high judicial position nowhere indulge in joint debate but were the custom general nobody would expect the Chief Justice of the highest court in the State to go out debating with an obscure Circuit Judge The hissing would be fast and furious if champion Jefleriea were to enter the nng with Terry McGovern IN considering the matter of building a railroad to connect us with the Illinois Central the convenience for passenger servico important as it is should be a secondary consideration The freight traffic is the chief advan tage to bo derived from tho road and not only Hartford freight for a rail road hero would make Hartford a shipping point for a largo section of country from which the town would derive very great profit Give us a railroad and the population of Hart ford will double within five years MR THOMAS F BUlK EAD candi date for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge is making a series of speeches in the various voting pre ducts of Ohio county We are not up on Democratic politics but we have an unconverted brother who aft filiates with that party and he in forms us that Mr Birkheads speeches are helping Judge Owens cause He informs us that most of those who hear Mr Birkhead are convinced that he does not measure up in ability to the standard fixed by the voters for BO important an office THE great anthracite coal strike in Pennsylvania has taken on a more serious phase President Mitchell has done all in his power to have the matter settled without riot and blood shed But a large ier cant of the striking miners are Hungarians Poles andother foreigners who know nothing of our language and have little respect for our laws They were imported to take the place of the American workmen and by attack ing the malitia they have done more to alienate public sympathy and in jure their cause than all their other letter Ul Could havCdolle ThGjr may have grievances and doubtless do have many but this does not justify them iu taking the law into their own baud It goes without saying that peaceable means are al ways best in settling labor troubles TOE Hartford Herald seems to be very much worried about Judge Guf fys ageand assumes to tay that he is seventytwo years old and asserts that he is on the decline While it is true that Judge Gully is not as young as he was fifty years ago but he is not seventytwo years oldand he is young enough to have rendered more opinions than any of his juniors or seniors upon the bench during his eight years of service on the Appel late bench and he is old enough to have engrafted into these dcciiious such wisdom that the Bar of the State irrespective of party admit the ability ol this distinguished jurist Taerchual of Judge Oaff to engage to Joint debate with bU opponent Judge Barren Settle WU no more thaawM expected ItU a chnrac terlitle of llepabllcan tactic when railed upon to defend the cause of a weak candidate Hart lord Herald The Heralds anxiety for aUjnt debate between the candidates for Judge of the Appellate Court will no doubt cause the voters of Ohio coun ty who remember that so recently as last year the Heralds candidates positively persistently and continuously refused to indulge in joint debate with the Republican candidates Republican readers will recall the correspondence between the chairman of the Democratic and Republican dom mittees in which the chairman of the Democratic committee without ex cuse or apology declined to let his candidate meet the Republican can didates on tho stump When the Heraldsays it is a characteristic of the Republicans when called upon to defend a weak candidate to decline ajoint debate does it mean to insin uate that its own candidates in Ohio county last year were so weak that the party did not let them under take their own defense If the Her aidreally wishes to prove that it represents a party anxious for joint debates let it reproduce the correspon dence between Messrs Barrage and Ringo last fall relative to a matter of this character Ifit has not a copy of the correspondence referred to we shall take pleasure in furnishing it from our file- sCatarrh Cannot bo Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure It yon must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure la takeri Internally and acta directly on the blood and mucons surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is not quack medicine It was prescribed by one oi the best physicians in this country for four years and Is a regu lar prescription It Is composed ol the best tonles known combined with with the best blood purifies acting directly on the mnclos surface The prefect comblnotlons of 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 daugglsts price 750 Halls Family PIUs are the best Sunday School Association Program Program of the OhioCounty SSAs sociation to be held at FordsvllleKy Augnsti2i3 1902 Tuesday 4 p mSong and prayer service Welcome address byj W Hate Response by E W Patterson Object oi Sunday School Associations- T C Gebauer Organization 8 p m Devotinal exerciseRev Ratclllf Lecture Foes and Friends of Youth T C Gebauer Wednesday 830 a m Music De votional exerciseRev J H Walker 6 amThe Model Sunday School aThe purpose C H Turvey b Its organization C E Ford c Officers E W Patterson d Teach ersT J Morton The teachers spiritual truth in the lesson Dr SD Taylor Discussion 1020 a m Music Organized Sunday School work T C Gebaur ria mReports from Sunday Schools of the country noon 130 p mMuslc Devotional exer cises Rev J A MIller The Impor tanceof the County Association Rev Eldrld Kentucky Sunday School- Work Rev T C Gebauer 230 p m Mtscellanons work Election of officers Adjournment Each Sunday School In the country is requested to send two delegates J HAM BARNES President E W PATTERSON Secretary The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect I For sale by all druggists m There is no other base ball team In the country that Is aVall like the Ne braska Indian Base Ball Team In the first place the team is composed of genuine Indians and In the second place they play the finest base ball of any team traveling Then too they camp right on the grounds where they play and live In true savage style The Nebraska Indians will play the Hartford Base Ball team at Hartford on Saturday August 9 No one whoenjoys sport or novelty should mlssthls event For Conallpnfloii I Take LaxatlTeSrrananldeilrtmedrfY i l petctJlannleuuuueralic t NbOWN- 13yaFrefgllt Train on a Tres 11eu A Party of Five Women Dawson Springs Ky Aug 6 While five women visitors at the Spring were walking across the high trestle near Tradewater river just west ol town At 230 ocock this afternoon they were run down by an eastbound Illinois Central freight train near the east end ol the trestle Two of the party were killed and the others were seriously Injured The dead are- Missjohnnie Smith Paducah Ky Mrs Lucy Stevenson Hickory Grove Ky The injured are Miss Fredonla Flint Paducah Ky Miss Edith Stevenson Hickory Grove Ky Miss Annie Nichols Lowea Ky CROMWELL- Mr Norval Paxton and wlM of Paewllle visited relatives here last weekMr and Mrs Frank Casebler of Deaver Dam spent a few days with Mrs Caseblers patents here last week returned home Monday accom panted by Mr and Mrs Paxton and Miss Blrcba Leach Misses Llllle StevensRosa Stevens Laura Coleman Metara Clarence Pirtle George Pront and Eva Stew art went to Adria hill Sunday They were accompanied by Mrs Lon Stev ens and Miss Clyde Taylor Mr Billie Tilford and family oi Curdsville are visiting relatives In Cromwell this week Mr Ed Tilford and wile of Mor- gantown made a hasty trip to Crom well Tuesday Mrs Latney Leach was In town TuesdayMrs Mary Villord of Horse Branch visited relatives In this vicin ity last week Every one Is smiling on account ol the rain last night but we have not had enough to satisfy us yet Mr R B Martin has moved to his farm Henry L Shattuck of Shellsberg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for years by four boxes ofChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried many others reme dies and a number oi physicians with out relief For sale by all druggists PAYTON SCHOOLHOUSE Health in this community is goodRev A V Armstrong filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday There was a large crowd presentWe needing rain In this part of countryMr McDanlel and wife and Mr Sam Decker and wile spent the day at Rev Armstrong Sunday- A protracted maetlng will begin at Shiloh next Sunday We have a good school at this place Mr Arthur Moxley is the teacher It makes no difference whether or not you lIre Interested In base ball von cannot aflord to miss seeing the Ne braska Indian base ball team which will appear at Hartford on genuineIndianschance may not come again- ELOPED II Beaver Dam Couple Flee to Rock port Indiana and all Goes Well Mr Alfred Leach and Miss Con stance Stevens of Beaver Dam pass ed through Hartford at 10 oclock Wednesday night enroute for Rock pOrt Ind to consummate a youthful love Mr Leach Is a popular young man and the young ladys parents objected only because of her age Miss Stevens Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Stevens of Beaver DamThe young people returned yester day and were received with open arms by their frlendsat Beaver Dam For Sale The Judge Baird propertynear the Water Mill There are nine acres of ground a large twostory residence in good repair Also all necessary out buildings and a fine well of water For further particulars call on or address A C ELLIS Agt tf Hartford Ky FORDSVILLE After an extended visit to Russell vllle and a country home Brookslde near Adalrville your correspondent Is home again and pleased at the sug gestion of the editor oi his most creditable paper Tug REPUBLICAN to continue the correspondence from our town begun a few months since Mr A E Smith of the Glendeane Bank was in town Sunday Quite a party of young people of our town spent Sunday afternoon at Sulphur Springs Messrs Herbert Beard and Warren May of Hardinsburg were guests friends here Monday ofI Miss Jean Duncan ol McHenry here in charge ot an elocution class for a two weeks course at the ndof j which time an entertainment will be given Miss Eula Barnblll Habit is visit- Ing her brother Dr Barnhlll Mr Ester Martin who has beenIconnected with the bakery here fccfcem fS6iHl ls Salt Rheum Tetter and AerieBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skit eruptions that cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all diseases The Impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons anti fluids that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing ion Indescribable itching and burning and lean chrfuUr ndorus your a s 8 the yellow watery discharge forms as A cur for Eczema I wa troubled with It far 85 years and tried many into crusts and sores or little brown but afterrmediei with no good ffctu and white scabs that drop ofT Iea I ngudnaafDwbotUeofS SSwaenUra tile skin tender and raw The effect ly relieved Wm Campbell of the poison may cause the skin toW Central St Wichita Xan crack and bleed or give ita scaly fishy appearance again the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin diseases Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring blemishes S S S eradicates nil poisonous accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates andrevitalires the sluggish organs and the impurl ties pass off through the natural channels and relieve the skin S S S is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent free to all who wish it TUB SWIFT SPECinc CO Atlanta Ga J sometime has resigned his position and gone to his home in Owensboro for a few days vacation alter which he will accept a more lucrative posi tion Mrs Malcom Wise and little daugh ter Mary Malcom are visiting rela tives In Louisville Miss Nora Taylor of Masonville Is visiting her uncle Mr J B Howard Proi Fowler who is to have charge of our school has been In town sever al days looking alter the Interests ol the school which begins August 1 1 Mrs I C Adair went to Hawes vllle Monday for a short visit Mr and Mrs W H Sargent and son Yandel and Mrs W W Camp and baby spent Sunday In Stephen port Mr Mack Smith and driver lelt Saturdaywith several horses for the Madlsonvllle fair Miss Sallle Beard of Hardisbnrg who has been the guest ot Miss Nancy Smith has returned home Mr and Mrs Byron Bean ol Dun dee were in town Monday to see rel ativesMr and Mrs Ream Smith and son Earlspent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Smiths mother Mrs Hines at DundeeMisses Hettie Reynolds and Eats Moorman of Reynolds were in town MondayMiss Margaret Marks of Hartford who has been visiting Miss Alma Ford went over to Owensboro for a visit Tuesday MrC E Ford and niece went over Hartford Sunday returning Mon dayMrs MackSmlth and little sonGra ham have gone for a lew days visit to Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs J M Graham of Narrows Mr and Mrs Leslie Walker visited Mrs Walkers parents at Kirk Saturday and Sunday Mr Fred Cooper wen over to Owensboro Tuesday to attend the Chatauqua returning Wednesday Mr and Mrs Will Neel ol Whites vllle spent last week here visiting the family ot Mr K O Neel and friendsMrs P C Cooper and little daughter Rachel Ellen have gone lor a visit to Mrs Coopers parents at Rockfield Ky Mrs Jerry Tilford and daughter Flora have returned from a weeks stay at Tar Springs BTeckenrldge countyMrs Shrewsberry and children are visiting relatives In Grayson county Mrs Joe Roberts who has been spending sometime at Tar Springs has returned a notice to Taxpayers- I or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the dates mentioned below All claims ol 5 and under that have been certified tome on the taxbook will 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 cashas the time is too late for me to comets see you Beda Saturday August 2 Hefllu Tuesday August 5 Bnlord Wednesday August 6 Bells Run Thursday August 7 Ralphs Store Friday August 8 Fordsvllle Saturday August 9 Magan Monday AngnstTi- DeanCeld Tuesday Ang 12 Shreve Thursday August 14 Narrows Friday August 15 Olaton Saturday August 16 Horse Branch Tuesday August 19 Btlzetown Wednesday August 20 Cromwell Thursday August 21 Rosine Friday August 22 Centertown Tuesday August 12 Wysor Wednesday August 13 Rick port Thursday August 14 OrMvo Friday August 15- Smallliduse Saturday August J6 Point Pleasant Tuesday Ancua 19 Beaver Dm Tuesday August 12 McIIenry Thursday August 14 Hartford six days In the week every week CAT P KEOWN S O C s7W IIinsummerasInrun upBind40 NrJryorksocandjiooi CIVIL DOCKET For August Term 1902 Ohio Circuit Court TUESDAY 2ND DAY jnro J W Ktown vs Jas W Arnold 5067 Sam Sowders vs R T Taylor Ir- s 79 HJ Wells vs P Shreve c 5 So Laura Ann Coy vs las P Taylor 5085 EllMbeth Jolly vs I C R R Co THIRD DAY 5089 Thos McDaniel vs lC R R Co 5090 I Same vs Same 5096 Deitha Duke vs Robert Nelson 51 4 Viu Broughlton vs I C R R Co IOURT1I DAY 516 P B Sullenger VI Hellrlch Lumber Mig Co 5114 Beaver Dam Dept Bank vs W C Smith 5118 Ud Cooper vs I C R R Co t 5120 B D Ringo vs HelUlch Lumber Mfg Co PIPTIt DAY 5122 Thos Burton vs J W Martin c 5124 John Brown vs Robt Hoover suB N II Ford vs Wm Powers c 5129 Wm L Williams vs Royal Fraternal Uulon SIXTH DAY 5134 Mary Burton vs Hanna Burton 5135 Dan T Wilson vs Carson Dyers 5137 P R Robeitson vs Francis J Rellz 5136 J II Wilson vs Carton Byers SEVENTH DAY 5143 C E Crowder vs J J Amos 5145 E Woodwardadmrvs ICR RCo 5148 E P Stone vs C FLake W P Drake vs R Holbrook Martha A Smith vs I C R R Co IEiCflTU DAY 3885 Sarah A Hardin vs EHsha Huff 4074 L D DeWeese vs R II Basham 4847 R R Kelly vs Ed Davlson 516 H T Crowe vs Sam Reown 5123 N E Mosley vs Ed Davison NINTH DAY 5138 P L McKernan vs A J Casey 5150 W H Havens vsJno Daugbfrty 5152 Elizabeth Elder vs Town of Rockport TENTH DAY 5154 J M Roblnroa Norton Co vs J D Bealey 5155 Elvis Stevens vs R C Jarnsgin 5160 Dan T Wilson vs Kltt C Byers 5164 Green River Mining Mfg Transportation Co vs U B Curry 5130 Galen Taylor vs Evansvllle Bowling Green Packet Co S A ANDERSON Clerk F Keap It in Tour Horn And when the bowels fall to act prop erly take a dose of LyoNs LAZATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually ou the kidneys live and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byj Thos Allen RoslneKy C MT VERNON- Mr and Mrs Geo Abrams attend ed the ice cream supper Saturday night at R K Beans R K Bean had a very hard chill Saturday but is at his regular work nowRev and Mrs B T Lanham left Monday morning for the Owensboro Cbantanqua Mrs R K Bean and son Dewey spent the day with Mrs John Grant Monday Mrs Chattlt Ulnes wife of T Hines died Monday morning of lung trouble and a complication of other troublesMr Beans little baby died Tuesday morning was burled at Me Vernon In the afternoon In answer to a correspondent to the Herald of July 23 will say that the Mt Vernon class appreciates very much the compliment passed on them or the singing they gave at the Cane Run Childrens Day service but do not like the flattering remarks given to the Cane Run class for dont think they deserve II the first place they were not content In taking the center of the house and giving Mt Vernon the corner but picked this class out of some 4 or 5 different classes al though they are one of the oldest of the country while Mt Vernon is a very young class Now when you can get the Cane Run class to sing alone let us know and we will try to hear them and as yet they have help Please give praise where it Is deserv leg Miss Cora daughter oi George Abram who has been living In Ander son courty has come here to makels her future home iN 1 MAEr c IT PLA11T 1 A wise man or woman is always Hooking for the store where he nets 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 spends where they sell at a narrow margin and do a large volume of business of to be to of and you We can you in and sols Etc are to and we on lots of and at big re in I P A Bad bad means a bad a a bad liver are liver cure dys headache JJe All druzsliti r P L u Court The Ohio Circuit Court here with Jndge W T Owen on the bench and Circuit Clerk S A at the desk The named were as petit Jurors A C Rowan M WI S P D B J S Chine A G Miller Wm Smith- S L Wm Crowe J C lanes Elvis T Smith D W Kim mel O M Fulton Loyd A T Black W G W B Render 0 R Wm Ward J H Stew art H F Lowe B S and W R Davis In the action of Jas W Keown vs fas W Arnold a about some land the jury a verdict in favor of the On a jury in the cue of Bertha Dnke vs Robt Nelson c a verdict in favor of the de has several di vorces this term Barnes who has been absent In U in court again Judge Gufly of the Court of Ap peals was a visitor In court this m linn of tWm vs I C R R Cn ht on tnil The above II ci rof rvr1l bottle of the genuine OWEN PINK bibri friend from blrtb until he has his teeth AU An Old Willis Green Stewart of Manda was in town Mr Stewart is the oldest School teacher in Ohio county beguft In 1857 Mr taught twent schools in one district Mr a record not or even by any other teach er in the county nor In Ken tucky Mr Stewart had a fall last his left hip which still gives him trouble and he will not be able to teach this fall He Is sixty eight years old The Indian Base Ball Team has with great success Iowa Illinois Indiana Ohio Pennsylvania New York and New a game This Is the Indian ball team of red men They will play the Base Ball team at on 9 MM Ii M n A I A at B A U A AND toll lines In and by Long line an and 1 big They wish to make their service as and v lua ble as and make a ol service to living In the within a of the Rates and other may be at C P i f in a part in having wellmade Clothing one our Serge and a a up todate Hat a pair of Shoes Underwear the new Madras Ovcrshirts the new Summer Collar and one of our Neckties Invitation wishing dressed in accord with tfm season should come our store Our stocks airly Waist Skirt Dress Goods will certainly surprise please quality price Our Slippers Para Fans all built your liking have prices them Broken goods odds ends a duction price If You Have Good Corn Come to See us- E BRO Beaver Lm Breath- A breath stomach bad digestion Ayers pills They constipation pepsia beantilellIBUCKINGHAMS DYEhZi- L Circuit convened Monday Anderson following gentlemen empaneled Barnard Taylor London Whlttaker Bishop Cayman Westerfield Hardwlck Tinsley Chamberlin dispute returned defendant Wednesday returned fendantsThe granted County Attorney Frankfort weekThe Chilrnttmrt rtlXTURElhe druggist Teacher- Mr Monday having teach- Ing Stewart tythree Pleasant equaled approached perhaps January dislocating Newbraska played through Nebraska Wisconsin Michigan playedthroughwithout loosing original composed genuine Hartford Hartford Saturday August uluUIlUiiuW TelegraphCOMPANY tNCORPJUlATEDOperating Kentucky connected thlrtyfiveStatesexchange InHartford surround country comprehensive possible specialty tarnishing parties country reasonable distance exchange information obtained drugtoreNOWMH Manager Summer Comfort Consists large flijhtwet Buy nice Coats Vests lightweight Pants nice Straw uptodateminute elegant lightweight fancy Tan comfortable elegant An Everybody comfortable Hosiery Vests stockreducing for Sale BARNES biliousness Broughton IndlanaMlBsisslppI t Big SuccessOu- r +Our present sale has been a big success sametJ bor gets all of these good things They L are for you too Below we quote you a L few of our many bargllinszZi Ic Shoes +lDont forgot that wo v handlo tho celobmtcd- HamiltonDrown J Shoo Every pair guaranteed + to give satisfaction 4Dont fail to see thorn buying else4 where upEup ChildronsShocSyGuuup 4I Dress Goods Etc 4i 20c Lawns lies IGc Lawns 12c lOc Lawns 8c 8c Lawns 5c Best Calico He s c Mens Clothing lZ Mons Wool Sui 8250IYouths sizes 11 to 19 225 upfc Boys Suits up 1 IUmlenlhirtaore 40c suit Big line Hats Come and see them 4 NotionsIFactor Bleach Cotton 5c Shirting 60 4 Good Bed Ticking 12c Sheeting ICc V Big lino Hosiery I Suspenders Gloves Bolts Tics Etc t Dollar in the Hand dlfIjjg the hands the best dollar on earth 4 Come to our store and see what a pile of 4icGOODS you can get for a very small + amount of money tSAMBACH s HARTFOR1DKy 4 Ji7r f S 5 t J West Kentucky Seminary AND Teachers Training School Beaver Dtm KY lOf f Q tit2IWill offer thorough work in Common School Branches Music language Literature History Philosophy Pcda gory Mathematics and NaturalScienc Alsoa oxtcnBivp Willhavereorganized and several new features adi1eavfo make tho tY yAmusic on all public o Sons All music lq8 will bo given at the Studio next door tp College building Write tor Catalogue For further information nddresIc l J M MATHEN PreslIeit tor J HAM JJN SPv IIJ L I wwtw w- d n l J i rHHif HHIIHiH U tbx d Lhbdd bd4 Gd cab VtY r Theyre Coming ti Our WayI h Thoso people who want tho biggest Kind of values r r fop t10 least possible monoy Our stock of Summer V Goods is yet larger than It should be at this season In order that wo may still reduce it wo are offering DepartmontstJSPECIAL NO t Our entire lino of lOt We and t 20c Wash Goods at 8e lOc atilt Ific nothing re served nnist clean up SlippersSlipporst 4 sold for 150 200 and 250 are now 125 goodSlippersSPECIAL NO 3Mens and Boys Straw Hntestock has been greatly reduced but wo still have some late uptodato styles that wo aro closing out at special prices SPECIAL NO 4One lot of genuine Madras Cloth Shirts sizes 14 to 1G1all the late fancy weaves a regular 160 quality to close out at i 49c Aro rare bargains for shirtless men J i p Ribbedti fitting and finished topn regular 15c Hose for v lOc per pair Dont pass them if tho children i need Hos- eSPECIALt NO 6 Millinery Departmentonly- f a limited quantity of goods left in this Depart goingtstylishHeadwearlingo of Sash Ribbons in Tnilbtta and Satin r- It costs nothing to look Como and get our price Compare quulities mill you will readily seo that w- ei 1are underselling all of our competitors Wo take in exchange your Eggs Feathers Chick ens limns Sc all at tho highest market price t THE PLACE IS ttt It tt II tilt t t t t t t II tt It t It It It t It t II t It It t IItM r I Ifa1s Blliousneaa Makes Chronic Invalids Wba tan tlTrb torpid add tan to do lu vert UM Ul wun Utt Wood M k Tlrelwt pouoa tlhae assts eosadpanaa bin emeM sick ludaebe Is wlBkUfU She rely tnatmut that gtru w Um Jost eke nght touch tad tutu Ntturoi work lo tbs rtgtit araa t u LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS Shs pip iukM tbvh r and IM psnw IOM teat dace teed days sac LS tan sod m UM ygw UM U UMdlaclr tad Im win b tnq baton yoe fiaUh throbrStapU TM For sale kx I For salo by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky f Hartford Republican ri1 FRIDAY AUGUST 8 IE City Restaurant TDora to the wife ol Mr W A Select a boy t Pried Pub during Court at City Restaurant Try the Ice Cream at City Restan 9 rapt Fine It Him Cheese Sausage Etc at JCarson Bros Soda Water Lemonade phosphates at City Restaurant rft If you want to get the news just read Tees RRPUBLICAN N Cheese Sausage pried fleet c at City Restaurant I J poi the best and freshest Groceries I J i In town see Carson Bros witnesst1 the baseball game here tomorrow 11 ITweddell makes good meal Try himtfw hSee Carson Uros new line of line tl Rngllsh Chinaware I 1 Mlldaesa sod neatness In all things wearable at Caraonat Co a etl Ulihietluarket price paid for whist at Jrty Fprd iVaterMill w 1N Call and see C Ameodt8 new dta stock of roods Ithail O K 5 a ClfRePtsarallf is the place to get v 1ou meals doting Court i I i V V R W JacksonlI Mammoth Photo 1f itif z Tent will bet Fordsvllle August 8 i i 541 Kverythlg good to eat at City gee 9 tliw tinrtnt fdnrjng Cjrctilt Court 1 t J Go to the City Restaurant You can always find anything you want In the Grocery line at Caraon i Cos The Nebraska Indian Baseball team will play the Hartford boys here Sat urday While attending court call on Car son Bros lor anything in the Grocery line If you want brand new goods call and see CI Armendt successor to Cox Armendt Mr J Anderson wile and daughter Miss Cova are visiting la- O ensboro this week Master Ney Foster has accepted a position in the mechanical depart meat of the Republican A rare opportunity to see the rea Indian is the Nebraska Indian bas ball team here tomorrow Mr and Mrs Robert Simpson of Arnold lost their little eighteen months old girl Monday of flux Pine stylish Hats lor youngsters to play football with or to use 101 bait cans CARSON Co Just received n cat load of pInt I flooring and ceiling JNO R Pains A wild profusion of modest effect I warm weather Shirts at price from 33c to i 25 CARSON Co For watch clock and jewelry re p call on G R McIIYain al the Hartford House Hartford Ky Free hitch at B B Collins Co Stable during Circuit Court Ride right in and have your horse hltche in a nice clean stall without move y and without price Ct I IWi 11 j Another lot Remnant Calico at Fairs Cut prices on all Wash Qoods at I Fairs ft 00 buys a pair of mens fine ahoes at Pairs For coat and less Palm entire line of Millinery Keep cool by wearing one of Pairs linen suits- Special prices on Mattlngstbrougl August at Fairs See Pairs fine Pane Parasols I Ladles Vests Special prices See Pairs line of Madras Shirts A regular 750 quality for 40C 36inch Domestic 5c by bolt Nice smooth bleached no starch sc at Pairs Prieameyers slippers are the best Get a pair at Pairs They are going at a reduced price Hot weather clothesthis is the month lor them and this Is the place to find them CARSON Co No shoddy sham or cheap stuff can be found here We are unable tQ sell It CAKSOH N Co You want your Clothing stylish and to fit just what we keep- CARSox Co All the style and dash the fashions call for is to be had here CARSON Co Fish Steak Chicken lIam 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 Office at the Hartford House All work guaranteed For a nice Woolen skirt you should buy Pairs 48 inch all wool cheviots at 57c per yardregular price is 75C everywhere R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar late Mill located soothend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Messrs Jack and Lale Weller oi Sulphur Springs delivered a little over 600 worth of hogs to W T Young Sony at Olaton Monday For cheap lumber of any dimen done apply to F L Sandefnr Mill located lonr miles South ol Beaver Dam 34t Just received an elegant line ol Shirts all colors and qualities You cannot help but buy if you look at them CARSON lie Co Mr C T Likens has severed his connection with the Fordsvllle Independent Hereafter the paper will be under the exclusive management ol Rev T J RatcllS 4 Daring the months of August and September I will sell my old stock of Shoes at from 25 to 50 per cent lees than coat L F WOJKJBB all Hartford Ky Mr R W Ragland will open the Commercial Hotel at Horse Branch recently vacated by Mr W H Lyons the nth task Mr Ragland will run a saloon ia connection with the hotel Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilera for the Richmond Steam Laundry Beat work brought to Hartford or BO charger RAGLAKD PATIK Agents Honest methods Tare the ground work ot our business We are wilting to be held strictly accountable for everything we sell you CARSON Co Have yon seen what a pretty line of Infants Hosiery we have Call and see them Also a nice line oi Childrens and Misaea Hosiery ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Mr George Huff recently ol Louis ville and Mr Ed Bnlllngton have formed a partnership for tonsorial work here Mr Huff is an artist in his line and our want to beshaved population extend him a hearty wel comeDont 1 forget that we are living this warm weather Come to see Us and we will show you the nobbiest line ofthtn dress fabrics that you will find anywhere at prices to suit every body ECONOMY DRY Goods Stout FOR SAIB One So acre 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 Goodeeyon a new new Hose Socks Collars and Ties Let us take your mersure for a new Suit to order guarantee a fit live usa trial MRS SARA Counts Surrn The following team will cross bats with the Nebraska Indian Base Ball t Team Saturday August 91902 Wm Sloan c Jerry Matheny p Wm Moore I rat bi Bob Campbell tad b bIJoe James rr Cheater Stevens c f Walter Blackburn 1 f iMr G C Megan who operates threshing machi Ms lu the Northe- part of the county informs us that h e threshed 1050 bushels ot wheat for I MrJB Mltchella progressive farm er near Sulphur Springs Thi was perhaps the largest crop ofwheat raised by a single farmer ia Dhio county this season I 1 Mrs Mira Tinsley wife of Joshua Tlrisley Beda died Tuesday mornlnj at8 oclock and was burled at 5 clock p m at Mt Herman She leaves a husband eight children and a host ol friends and relatives to mourn her loss I wish to announce that r have completed my new store house and Just received a brand new stock o1 goods and would be glad lor all my old customers and friends as well as all new ones to call and see my stock of merchandise and get my prices before purchasingelsewhereYours C L ARUBNDT Dundee Ky Dr J W Meador Trisler was a distinguished visitor at the office Tnesday lie has twice represented Ohio connty In the Legislature He- W la pioneer Republican being the first man of his political vjews to carry Ohio county Although hehas been In bad health for the last few years he still retains a great deal of the personal magnetism which made it possible for him to attract his support men of sundry polltlca IscHnar tions and carry Ohio ajuntj when it was overwhelmingly Demo cratlc As a doctor of medicine he has long Stood almost without a peer in the county May he live long to enjoy the diatlnc lion which his public service merits is the wlabof TUB REPUBLICAN Mr John M Bishop his wife and their grandson Master Lynn Bishop all of Centretown Ky returned last Saturday from CorblnWhltley county where Mr Bishop and wife bad been visiting their son and daughterin law Capt Oscar Bishop and wife They report quite a pleasant visit and that they are very favorably Im pressed with Corbin it being a city oi about 3500 Ineabitants many of whom are wide awake business men On their return they were accompa nied by Master John Hocker Bishop son of Capt Bishop and Miss Willie Hocker of Hartford Ky who had been visiting her slater Mrs Oscar Bishop since May 10 1902 and while there became very much at Cached to many of the young people ol Corbin who spared no pains to make her visit to their city pleasant indeed HIGHWAYMEN Two Negroes Hold up and Rob Alfred Stewart Near Taylor Mines Sunday afternoon Alfred Stewart- an honest hardworking man was walking up the I C railroad track from Render toward Beaver Dam and when passing the Taylor Mines switch saw two negroes sitting onthe railroad track Stewart spoke to negroes and attempted to pass onI when the darker of the two took of him and the whiter one gun on him and demanded his wad Stewart did not see any other way out of It but to shell out which he did Stewart had 2150 ia his pocket which he unwillingly turned over to the highwayman The yellow negro desperIatStewart that if he informed the offi dds ofbeing robbed they would at tend to him later Stewart upon reaching Beaver Dam notified the marshal of that town of the holdup and the marshal notified the oherifl and his deputies Sheriff Cat P Keown who is cook ing a reputation for apprehending evildoers at once set about the capture of the robbers He got on the track of them Sunday night and fol lowed them until morning when he track of them He at once noti fled the officers ol Ohio and adjoining counties of the robbery Wednesday morning Sheriff Keown received notice from the marshal of Caneyvllle that Wllbert Sullenger and Louis Cunningham two negroes suit ing the d iption ol the robbers were under arrest at that place Stewart was telephoned immediately and came to Hartford and swore out a wanentotarrest lor the robbers The marshal of Caneyvllle brought the negroes Sullenger and Cunning ham here yestercay they were lodged in jail to await the action of the grand jury at the November term of cOurt The above signature is on OWEN5PINKevery bottle of the MIXTUlitBthe friend from birth until hehas his teen All druggists SUDDEN DEATH Of W L Rowe a Hotel Keeper a BeaverDam Tuesday Night The citizens of Beaver Dam we shocked Wednesday by the sudde- news of the death of MrWLRowe a popular hotel keeper of that town- at i oclock that morning MrRowe was a familiar face to the traveling public who stop offthe I C road af Beaver Dam The writer camedowi irom Louisville and shook hands with Mr Rowe at a47 P in Tues day and he had the appearance o being in the best of health at that time Mr Rowe met the cstrttal d corpseatrnI His death was due to heart and the first symptoms of this a proachlng death appeared about minutes before his demise Corntal ye irs conducted the Hartforr House here 3 no ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs Larkin Griffin is on the i fck list Mr John T Wallace was a caller TuesdayMr II Thomas went to Cal hoop today Mr John II Stewart Select was a caller Tuesday Mr H e Day Beaver Dam was a visitor Tuesday- Dr Warden of Centertown was In town yesterday Mr W L Matthews Olaton was a caller Tuesday Mr PA Moxley was a pleasant Caller Tuesday Mr R W Ragland Rosine wu In town Monday Mr John R Phipps went to Ow ensboro Tuesday Mr Simon Jones ol Render was In town Wednesday Mr Charlie Talley Roslne was In town Wednesday Dr James Fltzhngh Rosine was In town Wednesday f L Mr USVCarsonwent to Owens boro Wednesday Mr Robert Simpson ofArnold w in town Wednesday Miss Mtzle Thomas Is visiting friends in Owensboro Mr Jeff Barnett of Reynolds called on us Saturday Miss Mattie Luce Is visiting In Owensboro this week Mr William Arnold of Caneyvllle was In town Monday Mr J T Cooper Fordsvllle was in Owensboro Tuesday Mr T W Barrett Bmetts Ferry was in town Monday Mr E P Hall Fordsvllle was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr Hiram Babbitt of Fordsvllle was in town Wednesday- Mr John W Petty of Smiths Grove Ky was in town Monday Dr A F Stanley and Mr Sherman Park went to Livermore yesterday Mr Sam S Cox returned from the Owensboro Chautauqua Tuesday County Superintendent James De Weese was in Louisville Saturday- Mr Ellis Thomas attended the Cbautauqna at Owensboro Tuesday Messrs Clarence Morrison and Rice Jesse were in Owensboro Sun day Messrs Grant and Cas Pollard Shreve were pleasant callers Tues dayMr and Mrs Ike C Adair ol Fordsvllle went to Louisville Fri day ti BrE PT H6lcraft and wife of Select are visiting friends at Alton IndianaMr H Barnes and Mrs Sarah Collins Smith were In Frankfort TuesdayMr T Davis Cromwell was a very welcome visitor at our office TuesdayMr Mauzy and sister Miss Isabelle are visiting friends at Dixon this week County Attorney ol Daviess county Mr Lavega Clements was la Hart ford Monday Miss Mary Smith is going to Ow ensboro tomorrow to attend the ChautauquaMrs x Heavrln and Master Roy Heavrln went to Owensboro WednesdayMiss Walker is visiting her sister Mrs J E Rowe oi Owens boro this week Mr John H Thomas and little daughter Miss CorInne were in Louisville Tuesday Mr Iva Nail of the Cumberland Telephone Company is at home for a thirty days vacation Misses Ula and Ruth Moorman of South Carrollton are visiting friends at Reynolds this week Miss Belle Woerner and Miss Ettie Thomas are at Owensboro attending the Chautauqua this week Mr C H Stanley Wysox who has been visiting friends and relatives here returned home tuesday Mr Percy Shreve and wife and Mrs Butch Shreve were pleasant callers at this office Tuesday Messrs Clarence Field and James Sandefnr attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro the first oi the week United States Storekeeper Gauger James A Park came home Sunday for a short vacation with his family daughtertMiss Bonnie of Morgantown visited relotlveffin the first of the weekMr Claude Smith oi Hartford and Miss Jessie Tatum Mataozas went to ChaantauqBjs Senator N T Howard and daugh ata Friday Mr Charlie Ford and familyFords 1 leJpent a few days with MrFords E W Ford the first ol the week f JMillerandtfdingthe Chautanqus at Owens barb4 this week Mr M P Maddox of Smallhous Polnpt quaat Owensboro Mr and Mrs E D Gnffy and daughter Mercedes of Louisville I have gone to California to spend t lew weeks vacation 4 l Difficult Digestiorl That la dyspepsia misiizhiitsC8UCO they Iran 14 but simply liccauso they mutt They know they aro Irritable anti fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bAd taste In the mouth n tenderness ot the pit of the slam ach an uneasy fccllnglof puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The cHectual remedy proved by parole nent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla liuoua 1iiOJi an ua be cauaruo Mr J W Thomas Narrows and Mr J W Petty Smiths Grove were the guests of the family of Mr J H Thomas Monday Judge B L D Guffy Chief Justice oi the Appellate Court and candidate for reelection and wife were in town Sunday and Monday Mrs Dr J H White and son Misses Isabel and 1annle Cox Mattie Bennett and Ella Herring are attending the Chantanqna at Ow ensboro Misses Laura Mae Douglas and Catherine Meader of Lexington and Miss Ollie chambers of Wllmore will arrive in Hartlord next week to visit Miss Mary Smith A RAILROAD 0After an Agitation of a Third of a Century Hartford will Have a Railroad For more than a third ol a century the building of a railroad to connect Hartford with the Louisville and Pa ducah line has been agitated planned and projected by our people but at last a tangible railway Is in sight About a month ago Mr B Ar milage and son practical railroad men from Pennsylvania came to Hartford and undertook to organize a home company to build the road which now seems to be practically as sured A meeting was held at the court house Saturday night at which Cole M Barnett was elected chairman and Mr S A Anderson secretary At this meeting the already large subscription was augmented by addi tional stock placing to such an extent that the company proceeded to the election of a Board oi Directors The following named gentlemen were elected directors- S T Stevens J P Miller T L Griffin e M Taylor Rowan Hot brook CM Barnett J c RIley J S Glenn and John J McHenry The following citizens evidenced their enterprise and public spirit by subscribing for the number ol shares of 2500 each opposite their names Glenn Ringo 20 C M Barnett 40 Rowan Holbrook 20 U L Heavrin 8 J C Rlley 40 Z Wayne Griffin Dro20J PMU- ler2o C P Ktown 4 John T Moore 8 Wood Tinsley 4 Dr E W Ford4 Dr J R Plrtle 6 JII B Corson4 JIB H Williams 8 P L Pelix8 T H Black2 F M Westerfield 2 Henry Field Son 101 J McHenry 20 C J Rboads 8 R T Collins 8 S K Cox8- J B Pogle8 Bean Bros20 Car son Cor6 S T Stevens 8 W G Hardwlck8 B B Collins Co 8 HP Taylor8 W S Tinsley 4 M S Ragland4 W IL Barnes 4i John B Poster4 Gross Will- Iams 4 Carson Bros 4 Sam Bach 4 A D White 4 Dr J T Miller 4 Thomas Taylor 4 David More and 4 Lon Render 4 J M DeWeese 2 SH Seibert 2 R D Walker 2 Isaac Foster 4 Dr ED Pendleton 2 A T Nail i Henry Nail I J P Sanderfnr 2 J B Dodson 2 N A Yeiser 2 Dr L B Bean 2 Miss Lizzie Walker 2 W D Lace i S T Barnett iL F Warner I R L Tweddell i R II Gil lesple i Mrs Valeria Yeiser 10 M Shultz i W H Mauzy i E L Bnlllng ton r Jas Lyons i Marvin Bean i Berry Rial I J M Mattingly r W B Render r W II Moore i B P Thom as i S E Duke i Sam S Cox i J F Stowers iWD Moore I James F Carson i Mrs Sara Collins Smith 4 Heber Matthews r During the past five years the Nebraska Indian Base Ball Team has played in all the large cities of the country This famous organization of savages has appeared in Lincoln Omaha Cedar Rapids Rock Island Dubncue Chicago Canto Akron Pittsbnrg Philadelphia Brooklyn Troy and many of other cities of aim ilar importance Besides these cities the Indians have played In over 400 other places in the United States and Canada They will play the Hartford Base Ball Team at Hartford August 9 Coughing u I was given up to rile with I then began inimproved man Glbbstown N Y Its too risky playing with your cough The first thing you know it will be down andothe play will be over Be gin early with Ayers Cherry Pectoral stop the cough Tlmilit ttkMcS1 All IbIeoanU rear doelor U bTt uk it- tha do aG sets It b allI uto tako II 5 400 take U N a UOYI wantruntlt JOAIJBOOtoU n7 J n ii i 5 1Z Z GENTR L g HBiistas + College IIP t e I1IJ I3aartrt3rc Ky 14 i t iuildifl lhcd FloOC o Everything new and attractive Equipment and q environment unoxcelled In truction thorough and complete Courses practical from beginning to coin tit It IfFt4IS course I1 I LJr 0 zs Entry Commission Manufacturing Wholsaling lJj Banking Etc Commercial Law Business Arithmetic lPenmanship English Practical SpoUing and fM Correspondence Is 4 SHORTHAND COURSE Shorthand Gra tt ham System Touch rypowringrEnglish Practical = Spelling Penmanship and Business CorrespOndence tt PREPARATORY COURSE Business Arith Ir- metic1 Practical Spoiling English Penmanship Etc lH Tins course Is giv m for tho benefit of those desiring topursuooithor or both the other courses and who El = may not be prepared to do so at best advantages EXPENSES JzoooJj tb le 2000 lShorthand Course six months l Iid414 Board may be had In best private families at 2 t25 per week lid tl School o ns August 25 1902 Catalogues and 41 further Information 0l= fs1Ea M M Y dwn- t i T NowFor M X Cut Prices f 1 s We have now reached the season of the year when We always cut the prices on our Spring and Summer Goods Wehave no excuse to offer Our Spring business has been far beyond our expectations still we have lots of seasonable Goods on hand We simply want to convert the balance of this seasons stock info cash to get ready for Fall and Winter Goods and our prices will certainly move this stock out of the house and into the hands of our patrons We dont want this ad to appear sensational or read like a fake We want It to impress sensible people as a truthful statement of a plain business proposition which it is We will begin at once to cut our regular prices straight An Actual MarkDownt Without a Previous MarkUp i Wo do it because it is good business to do it and thcso cut rrPWo quote priceson a few articles below All of our 6c Lawns 31c All of our lOc Lawns V7a All ofour 121c Lawns lOcooh All of our 16o Lawns llc All of our200LaVDS130 All ofour 25c Lawns 18c Allofour35o Lawns 25c All of our 25o Silk Gingham18om All of our 35c Silk Gingham26c- All ofour Grenadines and Laeoat greatly reduced prices Allot ourAfens Straw Hats and Ladies Oxford iwill bean eluded in this great CutPrico Sale Note the icsult All 25c Straw HatsAl e All 60c Straw Hats40All 76c Straw Hnts5QoA- ll 100 Straw Hats 75c All 150 Straw Hats 10Q All 100 Ladies Oxfords750- All I 160 Ladies Oxfords1l0All 176 Ladies Oxfords136 All 200 Ladies lOxforda 15O All 250 and 3 Ladies Oxford 200 11 Dont fail to Attend this CutPrice Sale CARSON CO Hartford f In JavaiNatives do not glaze coffee with cheap and Impure coating They Ii ova too high a regard for health as- rell IS for the ltural1y delicious lavor of their popular berry The t- ary American routers who glaze heIr cbla coffees do not dare to touch or CluoIheir JIJb priced Mchas and Java Why is aeyer glazed er L ItIonLa no oMIlOCbro laiano uItwauMr tree arwlew Even when we areded we cannot escape the striking laborer The grave diggers at Concordia Cemetery have walked out and refuse to bury any person except the reckless man who attempts to ta Coae of their places Chicago v May Yohe says she wilt forgiveJCapt Bradlee Strong it he will only admit hats sorry for what he did with f3000 of Mays money in his inside pocket the oleaginous Captain could pallbearerl ik Tho Kind You Havo Always Bopgltt prul yrlilcli has bcen In uso for over 30 years has bprno tho slpnatnro of Iia been umt1Oumter his per ccMrmiii snpcrylslori slnco itf infancy 116 oneto deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and u JiMtasBood are but Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho bcnltli of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR I AC- ostorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Dlorphlno nor other Nnrcqtlo Diibstance Its ago Is Its gimrnntcc It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcvcrlslincss It cures JDlarrhacn and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tim 1ooI regulates tho Stonmch and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaccarTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CAT RIA ALWAYS ctihllpaturOf The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TWC ecTII COMMNVi YT NURV TAUT NCWTO em Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE Wo arc going to givo a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to the most popu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of THE REPUBLICAN shall idetermino tho Con test in tho manner following For each 25C in cash paid on subscription to TirE REPUULICAN ho shall be entitled to cast ono vote for a Lady and one for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and now subscriptions all count alike Cut out tho coupon below fill in tho name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark tho num ber of votes you axe entiled to in plain figures on tho Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in care of a committee to bo appointed Ly tho County Superin tendent The ballots will be opened and counted by the committee and tho property transferred to the winners on tho first day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will bo hold the first or second week in October OO EOVotes for Miss as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr as tho most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signed PO Now is the Time to Buy a E31ggy or Strey If you want tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Ve hides annumF AMES CO- cwex113 Y COLLINS SALOON ExrflrrHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Slono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B CQLLJNSQ- OfYouWant To keep posted and otherwise i wellinformed subscribe fo- rTiife Republican I And get all the news all the time L 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 8 Illinois Control RallroactTlmo Tablo New tine card taking effect Sunday Dee J ttooat noon North Itnunil Month Ilonnil No U2 die 4OSa m No 121 JnllrlT a m No 102 ila J47p ni No 101 dne tH p m NoU2 due 3lin No 191 duetMp ra otallrelhtNo IU doe 7tOn rn No 1M ilae Stlp in- S n VUUIIITU Agent IAILSfist CM In time Kola br dranuti CONSUMPTION BUILDING ft PLRTPORfl Democracy Say Builder I want to hire you to do a piece of wotk for me Ive got my head sot to make another run for the political pie coun ter this fall and I want you to build me a good strong platform to run on Ive been trying to draw up the plans and specifications for the work bpt the more I straighten it out the worse rRet it tangled So I thought it best to call on you lor advice BulldtrMl right Democracy If I can be any help to you I am at your service Let me see what sort of drawings youve got fixed up Democracy Oh the dickens I tore em into jlblets Id be ashamed to let anybody see what a mess 1 did make I aint got the least jdea what sort oi a platform I want but I do know that it must render good ser vice it mnsnt break down before the race Is hafover like all my other platforms have been doin- gBuIIderVeII we first want to decide on what to make the frame out of Now would that Imperialism scantling do- DemocracyI did think of using that but nownov the Republicans have cut the Cuban end of it off its too short and besides that they have got some big notches sawed in it over toward the Philippine end I dont think it would be safe to risk that Builder Then what do you say to making the frame out ot the tariff and crossbracing it with trusts Seems to me thats about the soundest piece of timber youve got and just between you and me Ill admit that its awful ly wormeaten and rotten DemocracyYes thats so You see that piece of timber has been soaking in the waters of Salt River ever since 1896 and no doubt it will be rather nasty to handle but as you say its probably the best we can do and so well count that settled Now concerning the planks to put on top of it I dont know what in the thunder were going to do about that Ol course we all agree that it wont do to put in that old free silver slab In 1896 and again in 1900 I tried to dance to the tintinabulation of Billys under jaw on that old slick slab and both times the earth flew up and struck me in the lace and it took me a long time to rub the Seven Stars and other big planets out oi my eyes Builder How do you think the nigger domination plank would do JlDemocracyNot at all I No sir You see my own crowd used that all up for kindling wood in trying to start up a little hell down South Now the negro in all the states where he amounts to anything is disfran chised and so it wouldnt be good politics to straddle that hobby any moreBuilderYes and I just happened to think That trust scantling we used for braces is mighty weak stuff Dont you remember how Roosevelt yanked it all out ol shape when he got the beef trust by the tall We ought by all means to brace with something stronger than that DemocracyI know thats a lact but its the best we can do and Ive been told that angels cant do any more Lets see what else we can do about the planks There was the How About Your HeartFccl pulse la few minutes Is it regular Arc you them of breath after slight exertion as going up stafn sweeping walking ctcf Do you kayo pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades choking sensations fainting or smothering spells inability to lie on left TI you any of thesa symptoms certainly have a weak heaW j and should immediately take MUM Heart Cure VqQecaffected heart I stfcre4 ssvem about Use heaUt and In the lefl- soolderaDd Mde while the Ieepbeganand noon found permanent relltL sold br kit DrlldliU- Or Mile Medical Co Bkhsrt Ind Porto Rico tariff plnnk I wanted to use but the rads have taken it away from me And the bloody Doers have gone and surrendered thus depriving me of the Doers sympathy plank I could have raised a most thundering racket about the governments pledges to Cubaonly now I cant you see If the everlasting Republicans hadnt gone and kept every promise they made to the people Id have given them fits on that score but now there is not a peg on which to hang my claims ol unfilled Republican promises Just think about itt One issue after another has gone agllmmerlng until Ill just be hanged If I believe I can build any platform at all Guess Ill just have to climb A tree and straddle a limb and sneeze and tall of and be gathered unto my lathers Builder Well Id like to do your work but il youre out of building material Its no trade Good bye Moravian Falls Patriot aA 1 OV5fl LADY LICE NAVKD At 1nnaniii ColombIa by Chnnibci Jan Voile Cholera and Dhiir rtioen Henicdy Dr Chas II Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia In a recent letter stated Last March I hadas a patient a young lady sixteen years of age who had a very bad at tack oi dysentery Everything I pre scrlbeed for her proved Ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a stedy for me but I thought of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Dlarroea Remedy and as a last resort prescribed it The most wonderfnl resnlt was effected Within eight hours she was feeling much better Inside ol three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely well For sale by all druggists PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Will Have No Opposition for Pres idential Nomination Atlantic City N J August 2 Senator Cullman who is here for a couple of weeks resting and cooling off after a long hard and hot session of Congress feels comfident that the Republicans will retain their majority in the next House of Representives although it may be reduced somewhat but he is not so sure of the result in 1904Like several other veterans I have met this summer and some of them whom I have quoted Mr Cullom does not believe his party has a per petual lease on either White House or the Hall of Representatives and that II the Democrats get together it will have to fight hard to keep both He is a Roosevelt supporter like everybody else I have met and believes that the President will be renomlnat ted without opposition to years hence It is rather queer that every Repub lican one meets is forRoqsevelt The unanimity is as great as it was for McKinly lu 1900 It is said that Sen ator Fairbanks is developing a little boom but that is believed to be for use in 1908 rather than in 1904 but no one else is talked about seriously Senator Cullom heartily indorses the policy of the administration up to date and predicts that the President will grow It He is perfectly fear less said Mr Cullom and as hon est as he is brave His impulsive ness and energy are by no means bad qualities and although he is very quick to decide and to act his in stincts are generally accurate he has a good reason for everything he does and considering the peculiar circum stances in which he has been placed he has made very few mistakes I do not know of any one who would have done better All the talk about a Senatorial syn dicate to beat Roosevelt is bosh con tinned Mr Cullom there isnt the slightest foundation or excuse for it Atfirst some oi the senators were not exactly pleased with his brusque manners and the contrast between his methods and those of his predecessor was rather striking but they soon learned that he lacked neither digni ty nor ability and he has gained their respect and confidence You will see that some of the Sen ators who have fought him most vig orously during the last session will be among his most earnest support ers before the next Presidential nom inations are made Ills policy hna been endorsed at every Republican convention that has met this summer but I have seen no indorsement of the sugar beat Senators by any Republic an convention W E Curtis In Rec ordHerald 1tM5CALt5A MAGAZINEIj A LINES i A ufTm I btIt4 MAGAZmer tIrkOI4 h tPtStillb Rllabl Simple Upto a- r AbiolutIyritictritttig f MCAUI PATtERNS Al Sunt Allowed Mi Pcrfiritkui lilt Biitlti wd ttolii uOilg ie ln4 It c nli tuhnoieAik roc Ura Sold la awl e uiy PoI4lo ooibjrcilUroia I THB MoOALL CO ISo 4I7 tJtth s BAPTISM OF TEARS And a Medal From Loyal Confed erates for Girl Who Re fused to Sing March ing Through Georgia Owensboro Ky Aug 4 About 500 exConfederate soldiers are in at tendance at the reunion of the Secoml Kentucky Brigade The chief feature Thursday was the speech ol Capt W T Elllsof this city presented a gold medal to little Laura Talbot Gait the 13yearold Louisville school girl who recently refused to sing Marching Through Georgia This medal was given by the Georgia Society ol Mont gomery Ala and was sent to Capt El lis with the request that he present it to Miss GalL on behalf of the Georgia SocietyCapt Ellis said It seems to hue been lelt to this child to opena virgin page upon which a true history of the South covering the period of the Civil War is to be finally written We must set down to her artless Integrity and her child nittbois the tact that the old South and those who defended its case are no longer to be misrepresented and misunderstood ExConfederate soldiers resnb scribed to the truth of the doctlne announced by the Master who said Suffer little children to come unto Me and lorSid them not for such Is the kingdom of heaven Capt Ellis then said thAt in behalf ol ALL WOMEN I Wine of Cardui is the guardian 1 of A woman health and happi nets from youth to old ago It helps her safely Into womanhood It sustAIns her during tho trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing Hooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through tho dangerous period known as the change of li- feWINECARPUJ cures Icucorrhaa Jailing of the womb and menstrual Irregularity In every form It Is valuable In every trying period of a woman life It reinforces thp ntirou system acts directly on thcj geni tal organs and is tho finest tonlq for women known Ask your druggbt for a 1100 bottfa ot Wine oTCardul ntvlll tllO JamllInIrWInOI A1aJu1lJ eel toMs JllaeltDralllh a different woman ed 5vrti is dla km hep tho mtdlelnM In thur hone aQ the I hav thrii IrU J4 I the1anI1i DEB Pot T1 1Iltraltln oIT1u M 1AdJ A4Tloofl 1 1An CMtaQQ5a- CLattIDOOP c tenn Health and Ploasuro Rosorts WlH- Medkal Waterson the linn ol tbr IIC Railroad andtho Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CooperWeIIaularly Mtablltlud benltb and plraianmorta with medical waters ha a featnrt and harloit hotel ommodtlonTb7 art located 60 or contlniraon to thelma or tho lUlnoU Central and Taioo 4 ululiilppl Valley RaIlroad In the upland region of MississippiRnd to thi nndenlgned lor a tree copy ol an HlHtrated book ddwrlbli them all la addi Hon Ilardln KprlDK Graf ion Springs Dawnon Hpriaf Urnlean prtngiiindCrltUndra Hprlnm In WenUrn Kentucky and Creal Spring and nixon Rprlnga In Southern IlllnoU are olmllllr morU concerning which an Ulnitratnl book bu been Iwued which can be had free on application to the nndcnlzned A II HANSON 0 V A IlllnoU Central II n Chicago BftOSW Sea Shore Excursion TO mm cm Capo May Sea Island City Rohoboth and other Atlantic Const Cities Way August 7th J O O 3 a Good on Regular Express Trains with Pullman Sleep DiningCars Return limit 12 days inc1mt ing date of sale Stqpover privileges at Washington DC on return journey A popnUr TBcotlon trip over tbtAllrgbtntM tbroash Historic harper Kerrjr Washington llnltlmon and ihllodelpbla- UNcrlptlrt panpleU giving 1UU and location 1 all hota ratM and olhr particular ran be bad from any ogTnt D 0 HW or by address InffU 1 HtVAHTJf non Iaasgr Axent 1iulnnatl0blo a r the brave soldiers of Georgia who were as fine a type of the Anglo Saxon and the cavaliers as the world had ever known and who by their prowess and valor had helped to mIke the name and lame of tpe American army Im mortal he presented the medal he kissed the little maid and pinned the charjtIng Amid the storm of applause of 4000 people joung Miss Galt responded byherher life that she did not know she had so many Sri nds when she ref used to slug the song which represe ented Shermans only claim to ness When she uttered these words a scene ensued the like ol which was never seen here before Bedlam broke loose the band played My Old Kentucky Howe and the old Confeder girlfondlywith their tears Miss Phllpoluler lien on behalf of the Recce Graves Camp ol this city presented ai other gold medal to little girl who Is the camps guest and the idol ol every old Southern Railway Through El ht fleet Bonthera rUnt- eeKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI lmUllM Three Dally I aloe Between toni rill and Islington ObMfratlnn Chtlr Cnn TrliilteTe end arrlre IxinUTllllroin Seventh tbIllinoisI A ForloorlOatloladd WIKDOX P k T A 1U 4th An Lonbrllle 1111 TAT1oCAsiltat 01 A 1ooljtlUe Tns LUSLLMn y HENDERSON ROUTE Are preparing to do a large excursion business from July 31st to August 12ih from all points on their line to the new Owensboro Chautauqua Nothing like it has over come to Kentucky For twelve days the very best and moat attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed in the beau tiful Seven Hills Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will bo popular lectures by Gen Gor don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gov Bob Taylor W H Sears Mrs Rorcr of the Ladies Home Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Hobton Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will be given a series oi the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slight pfband and jugglery to the highest clau of ar and moving picturesFarmers and their families will be especially interested in the coming of John M Stahl Secretary of the Na tipnalFarmcrs Congress and erery eveping alreat pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRoces electric fountain tw J feet larger than the one down at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson pauengerIIDeand complete information about tho additional features of this assembly through any oi their agents or can write to the Superintendent o the Chautauqua W G Archer Ow Ky and he will send you a special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and living privileges and tbo program L JIrwinG P A ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY mcoiroiATiD l Talk being cheap sail necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your owti phone and build your own Hats and be in talking distance the1 whole coun ty and business points generally by only paylng reasonable rest to the- Rpugh River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whOle expense II so AVe connect with all In partlcularli Hartford K- yLyon8 Laxative Syrup Cta vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its elTectlt acts gently on the kidneys bowels j cures con bltlouneas sick headache i clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for chili ren as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RotloeKy NEW THROUGH LINE eCTWHH tMMSVIUf M- OCHICAGOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the PO n Ry The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Uvansvile 730 pm 730001 Ar Chicago 700am 700 pm SOUTH BOUNDDaily Sun Lv Chicago 840 pm 8joam Ar Evansvllle 805 am 530pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol yon r local ticket agent For Oouellpation I Take Lron1 Laiatlre SJ11lPlIrOll donUt I II helter thai any you urr I Our druegUt will rtfuna the ooocy Trie So I Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Croat of tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in Amen ca a8uo feet above sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and too cottages open lor boarders at reasons ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Cbautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chantauqua Itself and is annually vis- Ited by thousands ol persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex- celled facilities sflorded for education al work and Invigorated In body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mountains is famous Excursion tickets maybe obtained over the B O SouthWesters Iron June 1st to September joth good re 2902SpeciallyAugust for the Cbautanqua and other gatherings Information about attractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be lurnlthtd In reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like ParkI Maryland Eor information on the subject orates and time of trains apply to TicketAgents B O SAW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dlst Pasftr Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio ctrnsrIan 7iBllhllillFwpJmitalym lIileIJIHoren experienced tearSceh on n ipedallit In hie line Orndostw of this concffe prrVmd s bjr bmlnew boawa Wean now In our new name nmmt corner Second and Walnnt street the nnnt and btnrrnnjpxl echool building In the Month Indlrldaal Initrnctlon School In Milan all thyear Htndentecan enter at any time Visitor always welcome K J WKIQIITIrMt t Vke efUm fCOST NO WORE TitAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides it is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgrowth is an Impossibility It is more artistic than any stone Then why lI investigate It has been adopted for nearly one huudredpublic monuments and by thousands of delighted customers In an parts of the country it hIS been on the market over 25 years and is an established success Many 1 granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We I havehunredl of beautlfuldesfgnsofall gradesof worksnd 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 of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgentConn FIELD SOWaoZiB eox = TcxOTRANSFER LINEcctVrCc riaxoxs ZAvzn cAU aA TFORD BYO A PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Our GlubbingListl j w I Republican mid TwconWcqk CouuorJourhal poryr 150 Republican and 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