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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j TIEHfRTFORD EEFUBLICAEJ 1 Fine Job Work a Specialty 4 OFFICIAL DUAl OF THE PAHT IK IBB FOOBTBCOAGBESSIONdL018tBICL fJ1 Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 No4 EDWARD VII t NOW A CROWNED KING Enormous Crowds see the Coronation Procession- in London Brilliant Assembly Gathers Ii Westminster Abbey to Wit ness tkCsCereraonlcs London Aug 9KiegEer and Queen Alexandra were crowned Ja SVtelmh later Abbey nhortly alter i1ooIU to dy Though the cerernon- jWHbereftof some of the elaboration ad paKeantry originally conteraplat edJit lacked little in the way of spec tacular perfection The news of the crowning was announced by an official outside the Ab bey It was repeated by signal through London and was received with cheers which spread to stands and crowds far up the streets ns the bells pealed joyfully The return journey which was slow was matked by scenes ol enthus ham Their Majesties arrived at Buckingham Palace at 255 p m WKATIIKK TJIRKATN10 A brilliant sunrise prorulshed per fect weather for coronation day but long belore the ceremonies com menced threatening clouds gathered sad the early arrivals on the route of the procession came provided against contingencies The earlier crowds were in nowise as large as It had been generally anticipated they would be Many enthusiasts with camp stools ind ample supplies of provender had spent the night on the best coigns of vantage that could be secured and were In the tame positions atitclock this morning Most ol the best positions along the route of the processions were thickly crowded by 8 oclock and the specta ls were furnished with plenty dl rerslons by the marching and conn ermarchlng of the trcops headed by lhelr bands and quickly passing state coiches private carriages and intomobiles CENTERS OK IKYHBTIST Buckingham Palace naturally was me ol the principal centers ol inter lit II It was the starting point of the treat pageant Crowds assembled there In immense numbers and the first hearty cheer ol the day went up when the news wax circulated that ting Edward was In the best of health and spirits and wellequipped o undergo the fatigues ol the day DIDNT LOOK WILL The King looked pale and rather inedtawn and was by no means as irowa and robust as previous reports tad led one to expect and while iunctllous1y bowing from aide to ilde he did to with a KrI9 very inusual to Him lie seemed to sit ether far back In the carriage and RoVed his body very little Ills cur oits crimson robes and cap simply a rind of ermine with a crimson velvet op doubtless gave hlai the unusual ppearance The Queen beside him was radiant She never looked better The cheers which greeted the fair were loud and unmistakably ennine end very different from the perfunctory applause which usually reets the appearance of members of he royal family CRBRVtONY BEGINS The ceremonies commenced with the reconiecration of the regalia The IIf S Impure Bloods What is Ill asks the mother u she otlces the smiwth skin of liar child marred by a red or pimply eruption It I impure blood and the at onto to betil1 the uie oCYJr Pierces Golden Medical Discov cry the best and surest remedy for Impurity of the Itentirely eradl cater the potions which corrupt the blood cause disease It cures scrofula boils pimples eczema rheum and other eruptive diseases which are the di rect result of im blood It enriches as well as purifies the hlooa llD Pierce m l Sled me but It hadone omen Co- tmrtwo cone wrtte4r M I or- DftDIOf 0wego Co X Y ncih bad saotul t bate list 1wdua tse I ywrilfcwlla coptwu tan Iwo Mtnynr as w lh htmor bit trop MnIe Woo rover I 7r Ye JIt 01 K4111- HIcOYtt1 had itkags lu over a ysa M7 n fIolou 0015 Oar aJ 4 1 roc ha not aewrewelnM w4N tUJOUr1U04 Accept m safcHtaii for OoldcaM d cal plKovtry ttaU nothing Just as tat ilnsMsa ol the stomach diud lungs A 1008 page free for the asking You can t the Ptoplea Common Sense Medical Adviser the but medical book ever published fret by sending stamp to pay expense wailing only 31 one amt tamp for coversjii 31 stamps for clothbound to R V1lerce Buffalo N Y procession clergy with the regalia then proceeded from the altar to the annex all present standing up and the choir singing 0 God Our Help in Ages Peat Preceding the rega Ha same the boys of Wesmlnster Abbey followed by the chapel royal and the choir In royal uniforms The Duke of Connaught took his place beside the Prince of Wales in the Abbey aa the procession entered bowleg as he passed the Prince QUEEN APPRABS PtaST The Archbishop oi Canterbury took hlaseat in front of the coronation chair and the Earl el Ualabsry the Lord Hih Chancellor iteate him self by his side Several minutes elapsed however belore the Ring and Queen came In Right of those gathered about the throne Sudden ly Vlvat Alexandra was shouted by the boat of Wesalnster andthe Queen walking slowly to the left of the throne gained her chair and kntlt at a silken prie dleu her mag nlficent train ol clothofgold being lilted out of her way by six scarlet coated pages Two or three minutes later came the hoarse cry from the Wesralncter boys ofVlvat Rex Ed wardus with blasts from trumpets Yet there was another wait What has become of the King was asked by people who were shut off from sight of the nave The Queen waited patiently the organ ceased and then resumed there was another fanfare of trumpets and chorus ofIIVI vots and King Edward appeared and walked to Jits chair in front of the throne bowing to the Queen as he passedand then knelt down in prayer After removing his somewhat un becoming cap his Majesty stood up and the Archbishop of Centerbnry In a trembling voice read the Recogni lion beginning IISln I here present unto you King Edward the Undoubted King ol this RealmThen there was a hoarse shout and the blending ol the choir and people women and men in the cryIIGod Save King Edward Several times this was repeated and the abbey rang with loud fanfares Again the King and Queen knelt and the Archbishop of Canterbury walked to the altar and commenced the communion While the Gospel was being read the King stood erect supported on each side by the Bishops in their heavily embroidered copes During the singing ol the creed all the members ol the royal family turned eastward Both King Edward and Queen Alexandra follow ed the services carefully frequently looking at the copies ot the service which they held in their hands ADMINISTRATION OF THB OATh The administration of the oath fol lowed Standing before the Kings chair the Archbishop remarked Sir Is Your Majesty willing to take the oathThe King answered Infirm atrou- gtontsIII am willing etc his re plies being easily heard high up in the trMorum near the roof Then the Inkstand was brought snd The King signed the oath He did not advance to the altar but sat in the chair he had occupied since the serv beganAfter Archbishops annolnting prayer a gold canopy was brought over to the Kings chair and His Majesty divested himself of his outer robe and then walked to the ancient chair while the choir sang Seadoks anthem The spectators werejust able to discern the Archbishop of Can terburys motions Alter the prayer the King donned the coloblum sindonls then resumed his seat and Irons a scarlet silken roll on which the prayers were print ed in large type and which was held by the Dean of Wesmlnster the Archbishop of Canterbury read the prayers and delivered the sword to the King who did not go to the altar the sword being taken to him by the Dean of Wesmlnster while His Msj esty remained standing The armlla and the orb were then delivered to the King according to the program When the King held out his hand for the ring the Archbishop of Canter bury had difficulty lu finding It but finally with trembling hands he placed it on the tip of His Majestys finger reading the prayer simultaneously the King himself completed the process by putting on the ring as he withdrew his band Later the Archbishop had similar difficulty owing to nearsightedness in placing the crown on the Kings bead In fact the choir started God Save the King while the Archbishop of Can terbury was still striving to place the crown on the Kings head and a great shout went up and the electric lights were turned on As the acclanntions died away Jhe clanglngjoy bellsthe noise ofthe guns and the shouting of out side penetrated Into the abbey where the King still sat motionless his daz sling crown on his head and his scep ter heldfirmly in his hand NOBLES rAY HOMAGE After tiuglng Be Strong and Play the Man and the Bible having been t I I q presented the King advanced knelt while he received the benedl tlon He then walked to tbe great throne where he stood on the dais for the first time surrounded by nobles The Archbishop ol Canterbury fol lowed the King being obliged to stand while awaiting the arrival ol the Archbishop Having placed the King into his new throne the Archbishop knelt and paid homage the aged prelate scarcely being able to rise until the King assisted him and himself raised the Archbishops bands from the steps of the thtone The Archbishop who seemed to be In a faint bad to practically be car tied to the altar Tbe Incident cttatr ed considerable excitement and several prelates rushed forward to help the primate The next person to pay homage this Majesty was the Prince oi Wales who knelt until KingEdwarj held out his hands which he kissed liter touch Ing the crown as a sign of fealty The Prince of Wales then started tcr re turn to his seat when the King dre him back and put his arms aroun him and kissed him After this the King once more gave the Prince his hand this time to shake and lh hearty vigor ot King Edward gras showd that his band at any rate ha not lost 115 strength y+ CROWNIHO OF TUB QUEEN The Queen then rose and accom panted by her entourage proceeded to the altar steps where udder a pall of cloth of gold she wade quickly crown ed by the Archbishop of York supported by the Bishops She was then led to the throne beside that in which the King sat and her enthronl zatlon was accomplished The Queen bowed to King Edward and both walked to the altar and received the communion alter delivering their crowns to the Lord Great Chamber lain and another officer appointed to hold them AncnouiiOFa FEEDUWESS By a great effort the Archbishop oi Canterbury was enabled to conclude the service and the King and Queen repaired to St Edwards Chapel Neither of their Majesties returned to their thrones after the communion but remained at the altar The ser vice which was completed with the sieging of the To Dow was brought to a close without a hitch The King exhibited BO outward traces offatigue A Cure for Cholera Infantum IILllt Mar says Mrs Curtis Ba ker of Book waiter Ohio an infant child or our neighbors was suffer- Ing from cholera infantum The doc tor had given up all hopes ol 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 accordeng to di rectors was in twodays time the child had fully recovered and Is nownear ly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have rncommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fall in any single intance For sale by all druggests OIIiITOnckitW TM hl TN BIN A1111118II d 1IpaM Ready for the Issue The Republican party will be only too willing to take up this alleged Tariff issue The American people have not yet forgotten their exper ience with Tariff reform under Democratic rule The disastrous condition of affairs that followed Democratic Tariff reform in contrast with the unprecedented prosperity that has fol lowed the passage of the Dibgley Tariff law presents an issue that does not require argument The facts speak lor themselves Some changes might be made In the Tariff law with more or less ad vantage But when they are made they will be made by the Republican party There will be no attempt to make any great changes in the Tariff while this country is as prosperous as is now the case and as has been th case ever since the Dingley Tariff law was passed There has been no such prosperity in any other nation on earth during this time and the Amer ican people are not fcols enough to repeat the mistake made in 1892whe the Democratic party was brought Into power to revise the tariff It turn ed prosperity into adversity and hap into sorrow and distress That experience was enough Philadel phia Press IF A J Cottingham went to Wash ington County Ark to see his aiste- and while there was takes with flu dysenteay aadwasverybad He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed 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 tingbam resides at Lockland Ark This remedy is for sale by all drug gists If CBtItIsI TCnJAB nth lte Kisd YH HUIJUHP BugI Blghetarr 111 1 f IRuerBig Army Guns Are Not in Good Condition i Troops in Need of Drill and Ser vice Practice j Washington Aug 9The din abling oi three large callber guns at Fort Wright Fishers Island several days ago Iq a test by the guncar rlage board has revealed to the navy officers a weakness In the de yarefPpeIldwlUlwehflvlce lag maneuvers The ft thar has been a woeful lack of fpraetf with the big guns in many ol the artillery post Is no longer concealed Naval officers who have studied the situation are of the opinion that title will be more than ever demonstrated during the war game in September It has already been shown by the ex bparddno reflection upon any of the officers of the army they do not deny that ethe situation Is bad The gunners nearlydwith the details of the operations their guns Electricity Is not In its experimental stage pa board the ships whereas In the forts within the war radius between Fort Adams and Fort Terry the wire connections have hardly been completed The men have had little or no experience in the handling of the guns and fully 60 per cent ol the men belonging to the artillery organizations are little more than recruits The majority of the gunners operating the big guns in Fort Wright during the firing by guncarriage board had never fired a large caliber gun before and some of them had never seen a modern coast defense gun before their enlistment several months ago It Is evident that the army experts will depend largely upon their elaborate searchlight arrangements to detect the ap proach of the naval enemy and already searchlight towers have been erected on several of the islands near New London The Importance of the accident to the blrfcuni Ii lrt Wrighris fairy recognized by the artillery and everyone la asking What If It should occur during the attack of the navy One officer said today If a breech block stuck during the gnn carriage teat how do we know that one will not stick at some other time and if the oil pipe burst In two guns in Fort Wright the others may burst in the other forts during action The trouble is that Congress has never recognized the importance of provid ing for practice with the large guns with full service charges Siibcaliber practice is all right so far as it goes bnt it does not Instruct the men in the complete operations of the guns and at the same time it does not give the gun itself that practice which it should have to develop weak points and enable the war department tq remedy them In order that it may be known ex actly what the nuns will do Gen MncArthur his determined to have all the artillery companies fully drilled in the handling of the guns during firing with full service charges and In this way it is expected that any weaknesses now existing will be discovered in time to remedy it before the maneuvers begin Efforts will be made at the same time to observe the electrical apparatus of the batteries The handling of the big guns is an intricate and delicate work The sighting is done by scientific methods and not by the gunners At the range finders towers in some places concealed In the woods the range from the shore to the approaching ship is taken and communicated to the plotting committee where Ujeob servation is corrected according to thenetrained to the right or left and elevat ed or depressed until it accords with the figures given by the officer Communication Is carried on by telephone or the use of the telautograph anmessage In writing That the electrical machlnery4n some of the forts is affected by the shock of the firing of the gun is shown by the fact that in Fort Wright the firing of the lolnch gun completely put out of order the telephone work theikind an engagement with the undoubtedlye foryt any damage Pardonable Profanity The Hew York Press tells ofa Den ocrat an importer and in theory a free trader who received a circular from a free trade organization urgin- uponhlm the favorableness ot the present time for a vigorous free trade campaign and asking him to write and set the organization chow who t amount it should put him down for IS his subscription In aid of the promts Ing work The citizen In question Is not only a Democrat and an importer and a theoretic low tariff man but he Is a staid venerable temperate gen tleman and a steadfast pillar of the Church And EO moved was he by the brilliant opportunity for a change that he took a pen and wrote across the circular alter the question asking him he would give IINot a damned cent Seldom has the profane adjective been used more fittingly Every cent given In aid of the vicious propagan da wbosl sole ln tile Is to banish ProsrI andorihl1 a Fconomleta wo All Held Over John Jones Mike BlvlnsJohnWeber Geo Weber Bob Weber and Bert and Drury Smeathers the gang ol whitecappers who are charged with having brutally whipped and other wise mistreated old man Willittm Dowdel near his home above Yetv ington last Sunday night were brought before Esq Medcalf at Yelv ington Saturday morning to have their examining trials s ystheO wens bord Inquirer The defendants filed an affidavit and undertook to swear the court off the bench giving as their reason that he was prejudiced and would not give them a fair and Impar tial trial Esq Medcalf did not think the reasons given sufficient and he refused to vacate the bench The de fendants then waived an examining trial and were held over to the circuit court which convenes on Monday August 25 The parties gave bond in the sum oi f2So each and were rel eased from custody Emmet Fulkerson the other white capper is still at large Kentucky Fair Dates HARTFORD October 14 Lexington August 1116 Lawrenceburg August 1022 Shepherdsvllle August 19 22 Maysvllle August 3023 Shelbyvllle August 2629 Londun August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 EHzabethtown September 912 Bowling Gte B Oeptember 1013 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September 1113 Louisville September 22 27 Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its cures It never falls and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists CaSTOElX4Bears ti lti Kitd Yol Hats Alvlri Bootbt Bljnttut 1lrI i If 7 CENTRAL GROVE Mrs Sallie Williams wife of Mr Larkin Williams died at her home July 29 Her funeral was preached by Rev R N Danks after which her remains were laid to rest in Cen tral Grove cemetery July 30 The singing school which is being taught at the Baptist church by Mr Willie Igleheart is progressing nicety Mr and Mrs D M Park attended the quarterly meeting at Render SundayDr L Everly and family of Ceralvo visited the family of Mr D M Park Saturday night Miss Oma Williams Goshen visit ed relatives In the community first ot weekMr Aultmlre and family Goshen visited Mr and Mrs D L Miller Sunday Miss Ida Maddox Elmwood visit ed Misses Madle and Ada Park re centlySeveral young people of the neigh borhood spent last Saturday at Peter Canes near Independence- Mr W P Tlchenor and family spent Sunday at Mr B M Faughts Miss Myrtle Southard Is visiting relatives at Ceralvo Miss Mary Balls returned to her home In Smallhons Sunday after a visit to Mrs J E Curtis T A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED I At Pnnamn Colombia by Chnmbet InlunCollr Cholera nhd Ulnr- iliuen Remedy Dr Chas H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia In a recent letter stated Last March I had as a patient young lady sixteen years of age who had a very bad at tack of dysentery Everything I pre Bcribeed for her proved Ineffectual and she was growlngiworse 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 moments was a stedy for me but I thought of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Dlarroea Remedy and as a last resort prescribe ed It The most wonderful result was wasgfeeling much better onside o days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely well Fr aaleby all druggists EDITORIAL COMMENT The report that Joe Chamberlains heart Is giving him trouble should bereceived with several grains of salt buta few stone masons might beI called in to see whether the marble Is cracked Commercial Appeal The United States Government ought to baud it to Canada very cold in this Greene and Gaynor case We want our rascals And if Canada tries to shield them let us call Canada down quick and hard Louisville Com mercialMrBryan is candid enough to admit that the Democratic party Is hopclcs lydivlded at presentHis name for it is harmony in two groups but every person of ordiany gumption knows what that means GlobeDemocrat The Emperor of Germany will doubtless be highly gratified to learn that William Jennings Bryan fully agrees with him In his esti mate of J P Morgan We tremble to think of what might have occured had these two great men differed on such an important poIntCbicago Post there arc only five revolutions and three interprovincial wars on in South America but of course a carp ing unsatlsfieb public will overlook tile fact that this Is the vacation sea son Lexington Leader Any Panama straw hat In the Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon dIsappear whn the kidneys are out ot order w or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalenlnfor a child to be born r afflicted with weak kid neys U the child urln n fI II urine ld the fleshlih wjocbi c reaches an ate when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting upon It the cause ol the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the flrst step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasaM trouble Is due to a diseased condition ot the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit U most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect ol SwampRoot Is soon realised It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent and one dollar rv sizes You may have a I sample bottle by mall free pamphlet tell jiom of Swwupnoot about It man of the K- eelmrfromli Co Binghamton N Y be sure mention this paper house for half the marked prlceIIIt- he inducement one Washington store Is making Figure up how much you would be in if you had waited till now to buy your Panama and then charge it to Experience Account it seems that a setback has struck the Panama craze The real dtides will no longer wear the things as they have become too common Pathfinder Mr LtocolnsHay Story A story of Abraham Lincoln would have to be older than the one below 1n lose its characteristic savor In the summer ol 1857 Mr Lincoln was sitting is his office when hewas visited by one of his neighbors aa excellent farmer but one inclined io increase the size of his crop eves alter bar vesting He had given on this par Icular morning a sklllfally padded account of the hay he had put la Ive been cutting haT too remarked Mr Lincoln Why Abe are you farming IIYes What you raise Just hay Good crop this year ExcellentHow tons Well I dont know just how many tons Simpson but my men tacked all they could outdoors and then stored the rest in the barn Chicago livening Post Yes Mr Democrat we will admit that there are more trusts than were ever known before in this country but another fact Do you know that there are more men employed at good wages than were ever before known What frithe deuce are you talking about anyhowJIoravIan Falls N C Yellow lack How a Man Drowns Few popular fallacies are of such wide extent as the belief that a person must rise to the surface three times nojnore and no less before he can possibly drown There is little ground for this sup position although it has been almost universally believed in for generations The truth is that a drowning person aeIsgalnthe majority of cases rise three times before he slake forever It all depends upon the quantity of water that he swallows when he sinks and the size ot his lungs The human body In life naturally floats while the lungs ate inflamated As long as one keeps his head above the surface ofthe water hean goat face up without having to move hand x r foot But as goon as a person sinks he M- h THREE BEAUTIFUL WOMEN Worn Out And Nervous Regained Their Health And Beauty By Taking Peruna Miss Florence Allan a beautiful Chi cago girl writes the following to Dr S B Hartman concerning his catArrhal tonic Prauar 15 Walton Place Chicago HI systemPenrnamotion fts effects are truly wonder tulle rejuvenating the entire system I keep lion bud M the time and serer hays that tired feellnr as a few dour always taako mo feel lIto m different waMB Florence Allan yktc VffcttnMsjssolflfiMOEd head iis7t ei tie hear sad heavy ilingIii iteafeh espertmenfTbey preatraI0Iodyspepsia None of then inedlcla do any good because they do not reach the cause of tho complaint Peruna at once mitigates all theo symptoms by removing the cause SYtcmlctern deranges every organ weakens every funcUon No permanent cure can be expected until the systemic catarrh to removedThis what Penina will do HIM Cnllen Wo Exh tuted From Over Study Mies Rose Cullen President of the Young Woman Club Butte Montana writes 621 Galena street Butte Mont Fernna Medicine Co Columbus 0t- GentlemenPorunabumanyfrlends la Butte Icannot say too much In praise of It While finishing school I became very nervous and exhausted from over study I was weak and sick and could neither eat sleep nor enjoy life A couple bottles of Peruna put now life In mo I find byhaying U In the house and taking a duo oft and on It keeps mo In Ino health A largo number of my friends placo Peruna at the head of all medicines Rose Cullen Puns is especially adapted to tecting against and curing nervous dlsi sues of rundown women as the testl menial ot Miss Cullsa indicates MUs Blanche Mysr S120 Penn street Kassas City Mo has tho following to cry of fsranat Daring lach of tho past four seasons I hare caught a savers cold when sod denly chilled after aa evening party and catarrh for several weeks would be the result One bottle of Peruna cured me and Ishallsot dread colds anymore MyersAn oa Health sal Baaty wrltUa espeelally for wo meatiyDrHartmaairUlb6 seat free tto say address bjThe Feraaa Medicine eo of Colsxabas Ohio Nasal OATARRH to aU Its SUCH tane should be deiHBMS Errs Cream Balm- deaaeaohauabeala the dlMued ntmbrta It com CMMTB sad drirra away a cold U its bud 4akkly Cream Balm II placed Iato thI MWt tftttit erer the BiatesM and Ii sktwetl BlUfle medbts sad a con follow It Is aet fcjlaj kwi sot produt eoular Large Stat Monte UDrog ltla ot t 7 Bill J Trial Ku llCellIT mU- XLT BBOTHIBS II Warren Stunt Nrc York gulps and Imbibes a quaalty of water If after he has Swallowed water he has any air left in his lungs he will coaI until all the air Is expelled from his lungs when he will drown In most cases the frightened victim of an accident swallows enough water when he first sinks to leave him in a very exhausted condlton but as there is still air left in his lungs he soon againEachsupply of air in his lungs grows less until ultimately there is no longer sufficient to support him Almost Dead From Knife Wounds Owensboro Ky Aug nJohnLeonard a farmer was found this morning near the Delaware bridge lu McLean county almost dead from numerous knife wounds In his neck aims and body He says that he was assaulted and robbed by Elbert Ed wards and Ollie Jewell two welt known young men who gotten dol lars and a watch Warrants have been issued for their arrest If Here here exclaimed the hotel porter to uncle Reuben who was pouring water on the electric light Whatare yon doing Waal I tried to blow ththlng outreeplled Uncle Reuben abashed anlt wudnt blow so I jes thort Iddrown It out bgoskOhlo State Journal y Judge What Is your proles aionWitnessIm a poet your honor Judge Huh I Thats not a profes sion its a diseaseChicago News T Remarkable Bleeding Peach Tree Maylleld Ky Aug iiMr Ren curloaltyInThe tree has been broken off by wind or sleet and where the limbs have been separated from the body is the place where the blood appears Mr Linn says the blood Is a dark red and that it stains the fingers the same BI real blood r 6 ir ho ihoiC artfordRepublican 11 by the lIartart 1nbtIhIngCnmiinyI- NuIroRAED CJ no cc- C1 rlanc5h31== UC 1vr = = SOilS lENitY THOMAS Editor FRIDAY AUGUST 15 flit ea 11 ttJerIIIIi- Trnalnt ndYfrttwnmU 40e pEr Inch frt I loMrtlooiSOc per Inch each additional Inwrtlo- riiwrlnl ride on yrhrlr contract Ixxnl nollni IOeIWTUDPAIPt Inwrtlon Berwrl hue wb additional IacitI- onRepublican Ticket For prIftleJudge211d IMnlrlr- lj ItIUE n L 1 urr v- Ot Morgnntown ANfl1IINEFMENTSFor Wearennthorlinlto anoonnw VTOWEN or lUTlm rouitj an a Midldutt fur llrrolt JndK In the rilitaJndW IPI trlct nbK1 tutbe action or the Democratic party TOE Yellow Jacket very bumo 1 ously and very truthfully remarks that Cleveland wrecked tho Democratic party and that Bryan wrecked the wreck TIlE crowning ol Edward VII Saturday was a little disappointing to the Gypsy soothsayer who nine years ago predicted that Edward would not live to be crowned Tan voters of this judicial district do not wish to add any title or honor to the name of candidate Settle but on November the 4th they will add another letter to his name and make itas wellas his political ambition Setlled THE MutualLife Insurance Company of Kentucky has been absorbed by a recently organized IllinoUCompany We understand that tbe policyholdcrs of the old company will not loc any thing by tbe deal but the new com pany will probably pick up little bus ness in Kentucky until its standing is better understood THE Hartford Herald displays some anxiety because we said something about the Democratic race for Cir cuit Judge Really wo feel little interest in this contest but we willsay to our friend tbe Herald that wo favor its candidateto run against and the other fellow for Judge if we must have a Democratic Judge JUSTICE Gray of the Supreme Court of the United States has re signed and Chief Justice of the Su preme Court of MaeaacbuBcttfl Oliver Wendell Holmes has been appointed to fill the vacancy Justice Gray was also from Massachusetts and was appointed to the Supremo Bench twenty years ago lIe resigned be cause of ill health TIlE coronation of King Edward and Queen Alexandra Saturday was one of the farcical plays occasionally indulged in in Europe The corona tion of a King whose real power is less than that of tho Mayor ofan average American city looks ludicrous to an observer from this side the water but if tbe British Empire cares to indulge In periodical displays of pageantry we have no reasonable objection to the harmless pastime IT would bo extremely interesting to know whether a certain Democratic newspaper favors a certain Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge be causeit thinks him best fitted for the office orjust for a Master Commission enbip Ii it favors him because it regards him the but man with tho Cornmissionerehip as an incident it would be entitled to more influence with the voters than if it favored him because of the Commissionership with tbe good man as an incident This question could be answeredright here in Hartford THE Republican leaders are feeling 110 very great anxiety about the re suIt of the approaching Congressional elections The country is expe riencing the most prosperous era of its existence Farm products aro selling everywhere at satisfactory prices labor is employed at renumcr ative wages and money is abundant at easy rates The party in power will be given as it deserve justI credit for this satisfactory condition of affairs The Republican party stands for a definite constructive pol icy which is well understood by theI business interests of the country ThoI opposition etandb for no definite poliI cy It depends for its existence upon opposing whether right or wrongI every governmental policy proposed by the party in power and on thisI tort of platform baa divided into a score of warring factions held together when together at all only by greed for power Between these twoI agencies for government it is not dUI ficult if we allow just credit to the usual good judgment of the American people to forecast the result of the elections referred to THE toilet room in the court house yard is a burning disgrace to tbo town Citizens from every section of tho county express their disgust with its condition The jailer does the best be ran wiib the limited fa T 1IrI = Ii- I cilities at his command to keep it Indecent order but he cannot do so The majority of the Ohio Fiscal Court decent enough in the personal of its makeup is incapable of proper ly handling the H flairs of the county Recently the more enterprising of our citizens have made sonic very signifi cant sacrifices to place Hartford in the firstclass of cities of its size and every good citizen of the town mus- tregrctthat tile building referred to stands a foulsmelling sacrifice of de coney to say nothing of sanitary conditions Every citizen of Ohb county whose business brings him occa sionally to Hartford should complain to the grand jury at its November sitting to compel the Fiscal Court to make decent provisions for a building oi this character Wo reek no ad vantage of a political opponent we prefer to be just and fair to our pub lie officials but this Is a matter against which there is a universal complaint by the citizens of Ohio co nty whose business calls them occasionally to Hartford p A SMALLIIOUSE Mr Duck Fulkerson hud the mis fortare of losing his house and most of Its co tents last Tuesday August 5 It Is thought the fire started from a defective flue as the house was dis covered to be on fire while they were eating dinner Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway and little daughter Maude visited rela tives in Davies county last week They were accompanied from Beda to Daviess county by Mr and Mrs Bob Bennett and son Arnold But alas their pleasure was all turned to sore row by the unexpected death of their sister Mrs Bud Boehm whom they were visiting Mr Bochm was Miss Bessie Calloway She leaves a wee baby glrlwhlch her slsterMrs Field en Bennett will bring to her home in Beda to take care of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton and fam fly Mr T R Barnard wife and lit tie daughter Mary wcnt to Ceralvo last Wednesday and gave a surprise birthday dluner to Mr Will Morton Mr Robert D Hunter who bas been staying with his sister Mrs Jas Tiunnell has returned home Mrs Annie Lashbtojk Utica Ky was most agreeably surprised at the home of her sister Mrs Robert Hun ter by a birthday dinner August the 6th Several friends gathered in with well filled baskets and a most delightful day was passed by all pres cut There was dinner enough for all and as many more She will leave today for Hartford to visit her brother Mr Strother Hawkins and familyMr Robert Hunter and Mr Mlcbell Ball went to Rockpnrt last Wednes dayMr P L Wood Ceralvo was In our midst last Thursday Mrs Annie Lashbrook spent a few days the gust of Mrs J C Bennett last week Miss Mary Balls returned to her home last Sunday from a visit to rel atlves near Hartford Quite a crowd of our young people attended the ball game at Hartford SaturdayMr Bennett who was quite sick several days last week is able to be at work again Mrs Bob Fulkerson is on the sick listMr and Mrs Robert Hunter and daughter Miss Ethel have returned from a visit to Mr S J Hawkins HartfordRev G J Bean will preach at Equality church the 5th Sunday at ii a m and 4 p m Mr Charlie Bullock who bas been sick for several days is better at this writingMr H Everly and little daugh terse Grace and Goldie visited rela fives In Beaver Dam and Rockport last week Miss Lula May Withrow has returned from a visit to her stepmother Mrs Lula Withrow Jingo She was accompanied home by Mr Will Brown Miss Oma Maddox began her school at Liter Monday Mr Robert Hunter is the guest of his sister Mrs P 14Wood Ceralvo Mr and Mrs Dave Luck Matan zas were the guests of Mrs Joe Bullock Saturday and Sunday L SULPHUR SPRINGS- We arc having sonic hopes that the railroad from Beaver Dam to Hartford will continue up into this part of the countyMrs P W Tabor who has been on the sick list for some time Is better Mrs R K Bean fell last Fri day and broke two ribs and fractured one or two more She Is no better at this writing Mr Bane Cate of St Louis is vis iting here Rev and Mrs Lawhoru of this place have gone to Salem to assist in a protracted meeting On account of the absence of our Presiding Hider at the Quarterly Meeting at Marvind Chapel last Sunday Rev Thompson of Daviess county did the preaching- Mr Willie Cate of Henderson who has been visiting here for some twoI months will return soon Mr and Mrs W R Hlnes and son Richard of Owensboro are visiting their children at this place AThe above signature Is on or every bottle of the genuine OWKNS I INKI MIXTUREtlie babys friend from until lie has Ills teeth AlIdrugKttU I 1 tHfi K r5A The Kentucky Editors anlnteresting HaveI at Owensboro And a Delightful Outing to the great Northern Lakesand the Border Land of the Brit ish Empire Continued front last weeV An II ococU p in we Iwnrdeil Tvxis train fir Cineloniitl The sptciil train furnished us by tit Texas and I N line t Crcln nail was only one of the ninny In stances in which these popular lines liny put the Kentucky press people nnderlistlntf obligations to them We hal breakfast at Cincinnati Thursday morning then boarded a special Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton car for Detroit The tiip through Ohio was ex reraely interesting to those of us who weie traveling over this line lot tbe first time Fifty miles north ofCIn cincatl the ever pitstntj endearing ttcrual hills tbat ever forum a pat oi the landscape in Kentucky disap peared and upon either side of the toad stretching away to the limit ol ones eye to see were broad level fields of grain In southern Ohio large fields ol tobacco itch with bloom atftacted our attention and the porter said they were crowing seed leal Well we wont have to ask it any more At Lima Ohio we saw for the first time an oil field We saw thousands of derricks standing out like bony skeletons of some ancient race ot giants We were interested to see the engines lazily pumping up the liquid wealth for the great Standard Oil ComparyWe at Todelo at 4 oclock p m where the City of Alpena the prettiest steamer that cleaves the waters of Lake Erie was boarded for De trait Again those of us who had not experienced lake navigation were delighted Slowly the land line faded until only here and there the black smoke line from a distant steamer broke the monotomy of the clear green bosom of the lake No incident In tbe life of the writer forms so bright and interestlug a memory as the moment when he for the first time saw the fading of the landline and beheld from the deck of a lake steamer a bonndlcss ocean of water He was conscious of a sense of loneliness that indescribably grand The trip down the beautiful Mau wee river rich In French and Indian history brought up vivid memories of school boy day when we little dreamed of ever seeing the historic streamThe association reached Detroit late In the afternoon and had supper at the Wayne Hotel After supper we were the guests of the Elks Carnival Ed- Itor Remington of the Paris Democrat and the writer spent the evening together at the Carnival and left no sights unseen Friday morning the street railway people of Detroit took charge of the association and gave us a view of that beautiful city that will be a pleasant and lasting memory to the Kentucky press people Two special cars were placed at our disposal for a ride out Woodward Avenue the prettiest res idence st eet In time world The city of Detroit is reputed to be the cleanest city in the world and we think the Kentucky editors would readily make QVavIt to this tact at least so far as their observations go Af 7 oclock Saturday morning we boarded the Frank K Kirby for Port Huron We passed out of the bcautl ful Detroit river into Lake St Clair and then into St Clair river connect- Ing Like Huron and Like St Clair affording a delightful view of St Clair fiats arriving at Port Huron at 3 oclok p m At Port Huron the writer met unexpectedly a friendand was temporarily separated from time press party The press party had a trip through the famous St Clair tunnel under St Clair river On account of time enormous tonnage through St Clair river a draw bridge would be Impossible and the great Nations of tbe United States and Great Britain are connected by the St Clair tunnel The writer In company with time friend above mentioned Mr Carna unit visited Sarnia Ontario mid for the first time viewed the Stars and Stripes from a foreign shore At 4 ocock p m we left Port Hu ton to join the press party at Mt Clemens a summer resort famous for its mud baths for rheumatics At Mt Clemens we were time guests of time Avery Agnew Hotel We sin cerely regret that we cannot sayI something complimentary of this hOe tel but find it impossible to do so rontlstcnt with fair dealings with our readirs The manager ol the hotel Mr Mjrse chimed that the waiters and laundry people had gone on a strike just before our arrival but the lack of dinlnlg room service as well as service in oar private rcorns was to say tire least fqr from satisfactory Saturday morning we left Mt Clemens for Star Islands where we had uu elegant dinner by the grace of Mrs T A Slpcuui the proprietress ol that elegant house- Continued next week t The best physic Chamberlains StoiiMch and Liver Ta bit I 1 Itiuy to tike Pleasant in i rTet 1nr tort Hy nil druggist m II 1 r f n SCAWFULL4I s attendant horrors humiliation anti suffering Tins itstrange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy baru n to yottnjrThislo ly anti hinders time growth and development of the fucultica and the parentageisScrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about the neck and armpits cntnrrh 0 the head weak eves aud dreadful tolpuntin n 1HTe 04 t toO Ityn au au I presence of tubercular or scrofulous nintur in the blood This iliiiifcrius and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system Mud attacks the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood reuniting in white swelling a pallid vnx appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body S S S combines both nitrifying ntid tonic properties and is guaranteed ilirrly vegetable ideal remedy in alt scrofulous affcctims It purifies time deteriorated blood makes it rich nnd strong and n complete nid permanent elite ill soon effected So S improve the digestion ami assimilation of food restores tlM lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a Iwilligr color to the skin and vigor to the wak and emaciated body cluCrfuJlytlriac8DIIhclpskin diseases free TUG SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlaatn Otw FORSDSVLtE j j Many from our w p littcidctl the Chitauqtn at Sevtu lulls near Owensboro lost week Mrs H n McCsrty who has hen traveling lu Old Mxh for theJait few weeks has returned home Miss Aunn Gaines lisa reHumH from a visit to Owennboto MM Gaines was among th aamb r yM completed the course lor Sunday School Teachers conducted IItUie Chatauqua by Ptol H M nmltt D I thereby having con let red upoa IraduaUrajllrfordTuwUy Mrs ale IiUnU of Louisville H visiting her purcaU Mr and MJDavkionwhhle MrPiland is Wv ding los his health U Mr and Mrs Sbnwsberry aII children wbo hart been sptodUj wrutttrae In Gnyton county hIJI ed home Tuesday Mr and Mrs ONa Cuhb went to Sew Albany lad Sunday to vitft Mrs Cobbs parents I Mr Mack Smith hiss returned fapi the MaditonvlHe Pair which psIdt- o be more of a street fair than a botsa fairNews came to relatives Tuesdaf of the advent of a little daughter ibito the home of Mr L T Johnson Ma rlon Ky Mrs ChHmberIaln of Irvingtoa her sister Miss Brandenburg of TIp- Top Ky nnd Miss Grace Plank at Cloverport were in town list Thtti day between trAIns Miss Mary Smith of Hartford was a passenger ou the 945 train Monday enroute to her home from a visit to Owensboro Messrs n H QuisenberryWjB fata ily and T S Ford and families aptift- Sunday with the family ol Mr Albert Quisenberry in the country Miss Jean Duncans elocution class assisted by the young ladl e of the town and Mr C Smith wit give aa entertainment at the college hall Sat urday evening August 16 Mrs Emma Clark and children of Jtffersonville Ind are visitiog Mrs Clarks parents Mr and Mrs II D SmithMisses Mamie Smith aid Jessie Reynolds and Mr C P JUynolds spent part of last week ottiping at time Chatauqua They report an ideal time in every respect Our school opened Monday with- In enrollment of sot The school has been graded and we now have a thorough collegiate court sad every advantage to offer found in the county w Mr George Snow of IHiiarllle is visiting Dr aud Mrs Ptamlfter Mrs J C Smith and son Simon were in Chveasboro Saturday and Sunday returning Sunday night Mm J T Cooper and Miss Ella Smith were the guNts of Mr and Mrs C T Sutton in Oweosboro last weekMrs W A Fleniiater slid Mrs Leslie Walker attended tile Chatao qua Monday Miss Flora Tilford went to Louis ville Wednesday preparater to leav ing for college For Sale The Judge Baird property near the Water Mill There are nin Ct5fg- round Illicit twoifctpry residence In good repair Also fll necessary outbuildings and a fine well ofwater For further particulars call on or awe s A C Kun Ali tf hIartiordk4 Henry L Sasttuck of 3hcU Iowa was cured of a stomAch UrQuble with which lie lied been bfllleteU for years by four boxes ofChiinberfsjn Stonuch mind Liver Tablets lie tied previously tried many others rente lth1outsuiPiinsPRiNGS Crops jre looking baJ OIlIICCJ1l1rjl ol the dry weather Miss Capernia Hunt ol Mogarr- town Is visiting her uncK Mr LV11 Hunt of this place Miss Ella Jones Foidsvlllci fchoj has been visiting her thkr MTh huff rellltne1 home Sitni1yf Mr Alvin Juhttioii OVCHIMJIO 0 who hRS been vlsitU r his jirci is I Mr and Mrs T F Juhnsoui cif tills place returned honie SuiiHaj Mr mind Mrs Wrrvn furies 0 ln8boro nrc vliitir g tli dti lij ers Mrs R K nin p W Tablrl1t tM viit Anion liiiiui i M g Willie Ioretuaii IF very 141td ia nit tJWetcd to lire h r and itisit JohnRoblson hreve- wrrclBe guests of Mr ail aJrlr thur VHson Ttiriday rIttHIMr J It Prttr SmlAaOr e is IvIritinqe liitrtd aodrttive this nt sIr4ntaommattltL I beesLiekctHouse Burned Nr Kethtrt K0f a jnOfEteMve saiwer Siting sear TaradUe lost taw hoiac tt its eontirnU by tire Thonv dy rIt oy boat LcioItIDo fesurarci Mr Kg b A yooog farm etjuat stutin ito ik tn1 the teas- 1flfaLi beaviy iynli n he bas just iheUe rt ayt cit on hi- ststasticj t tbca be vaa hegfoing tk tel i cents fr lie uluie thU ntavy loan fell upon him The oriti tf Ute Ore it jink B own na the Mmlly wftt aw y Irum tonie nhca it currellJ CAPTUREDHEItE j CiMve Grv asatdWo Combess N TkiiBaCktoLex 1 tngton e JWllHnn Co nVw 1It1 ClveOiv ens ntr arrtteimtGU rotv4ah bv OH irs ryius 111nd Dep oty SbeiiflT CUrence Kiown and K L Boyd of Ohio eottny The aireaU were made at the hi me cfOivcnson East street The buys ere wantedt I the lioness ol B fomi at Ltxffigtoa where they have been co trtMd tot several asootba They made their es cape last Friday atrd earn Mrs bjr- i way ol Horse Branch I Gvqwvu sent fron Usia cob I aDisjI He hue serve twentytwo months I bet decimal to etate what crime h- hindesesmitted i j Deputy Bherifls Keown and BcqM wIfl leave for Lexlnf tm ibis s1trI noosi with the two destriers Ihqtjir k I For SlIe 114Ij call as 1 W Cm CHBR avcDsULK7 RftOlftfOBS Upon the death of Thomas Lttkta Orinta patted Atilt ado ted by th j tf teen of tb Ohio Cfcnoty Pair QyV August t32tWMHWtaJl fif the diipwatiou of M AiiM God our esteemed Pit V I dent Thowae I4rkin OrrCti ba i Wen sailed IfoiMhlM lllboTIIIOII Ito that eternal plteo pre Micd for tbofe who lore Hint tbercfote be it nsoleved tat That In his d ath the Ohfc Countyhlr Co haasitialiwd tilt lots ofillt aHeconyervatv f Mb fir I and tfevOtc4 member of lU diftcttuy aalltt npAte Aud rojortdPr 4 fi111a kind anti indtttgrnt lijthsr nnd itid That we rnnSoa1y with his family grieve over the oss rtave Ill sustained and tbat we ooizuead tbcea to Rim who ft r fnAar t Uir ttcrlese d a husband to tbe Arid ew and who toth alt liloga well jrd That these evldenoMpfreapect be spread upon tie ttcorda of the Otto County Pair Company a copy preeented to the famftf of the dceas tdAncI p Mfcikfcd la each of the Ohio county papcrr j W f J flAtDWKK Secy Catarrh Cannot bu Cured with Iociil Applications HI they run not resell Limo stat of t lcasu Catarrh is a blood or coaiitulioual disease and In filer to cure ItOU must take internnl rrtutdics Ilalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on Iht lilo il IntiIlIurOI1S surlHcea H ills Cntarri Cure is nut prrtihiby country fr f ui yu m1 is 1 regu ar prescription It is composed ol the best tonics known comUned with actingdirectlyprefect combinotinriri it thr t ingre dient is what jinjnris triih won derfiti results In ouiitij LhUrrh Send for tttiniMiiits inu V J CUenty Cu Pill T Uo 0 Sold by d U2gists price 7SCv Halls Family Pills are the best c 11 UThe above xiznaturc is n tin Vranprr of cvorv bottle of ilic wnuiiu OWENS PINK AUXTUREthe babys fricnil frm birth until he has his teeth All druggitls 4 lA1tINC IT PLAIN A wise iiuvu 01 woman is dfwiiys liooUhifl for the store where he gets real value for what he spends iic looks at the qualify first quantity second He knows that the spurious use all their powers in imitating the good He comes where he knows he con got real value for what he spends where they sell at a narrow margin anti do a large volume of business Consists part Coats And Shoes elegant fancy new Madras Oyershirts Summer elegant v4- a1iL Everybody iI4bedressed in accord with tha season should come to our store Our stocks of airly comfortable Waht Skirt and Dross Goods writ surprise you We can please you in LuaUiy and price Our Slippers Hosiery Para Iojj Vests Fans Etc arc all built to your liking and we have stockred ring qy them Broken tots of goods odds and ends big re duction in price r C If You Have Good Corn for Sale Come to See usJ A I T t r 13Al NrCS3 it JI 1Jtiei 1LiriS 0 C ConstipationD- oes your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste to your mouth Its areJpatton headache dyspepsia sac All i sis I WiMyMiriMi riotietU 1 t nWui 5 broWn or i fi I M vr f BUVINltlluSI iLVhlskere afl prfflJ Pt P 4 I 4 SCMROADER SCHOOLUOUSE Rev DP JenkIns filled his ap uointnent at thia place lat Satunimy Mr fihelby Wright oi this place baa typboM lever Ueurm Melvin Kectlngcr and Roy Lie retaned home last weak Ironi Batter eannty Met Kuery fitted hot rcttnUrep poitttniant at this place lostSiMHy Col C M Barnett surveyor ofcru tontp baa rtttir led lions his Joe at Hartoid Whir helissbcrt for several weekeJaa hl vacation Col Baraett rays that Jodge Gnffy wU win the rce lot the Ppellatt Jndgetbip of the eccond dIatrIctwtth3et a doubt OoHotetciaL LMisvfllc Market CATTLt Choice to prime tbipptrg steers S 588615 Ut4iam to good stem 564iko- tcebstcherster 50 ff5Od- Iuus to goorf tutcbera 4 ofe4 X- ComoioB tomedinm v 3 I53 5- Cannen i 8f a oo Good roeboteelaedert 4 4V4 7A- Commoa to satdhjia 354O- ooedtpqnbturs irs 4 35- CommoB to malti a 7Ss 3 IS Q tr o batten 2 75Q J 3- f5t4 5 ltiftbt uiVct4t t ttfj J 8- sd itocklKciKiiu 30 3 3- f8tJiuaitiv44 thHlla ajofe 3oj itnie veal c lv e 6 SG 6 o usttitskiseaIm 3 o 8 4s Choice tvfaney roltcb I 3oooOOjHlldlatll Plain coectnoa i8oi es GO NOEL Cbokepsokinf butaken too io3x lbs Hi4ikI lapCho11L1Jst ale t 16G 1 61oc367U Cbotoe pIsi moo to iaa OcoJptss 0koioo Uoogb I a j to SCO I roe 6 50 t rGood 1stl3 f 4 e- Coi kf1tn4U bi I O6 300 uOCMWAaZ- ETWkuto a red and longberry Ose No 3 ted and longberry 63C re cttil 289e8 on levee tjjc temnt Clii 5o 2 white f 7c Ko 2 udx1 jJ N 2 yci f9 No 5 1t47c NJx11j N3 3 dlo OtsNd 2 aliite 3zc No tCmixed aBC Rye NJ 2650 II The prices lor hut are those paid by del lus the q iutatlonn fjr corn oats and Iye are selling piiccs THE VLINS MI KIrI gtMssMams Choice sagnrctirbd Hgbf and special cure iaVfo4 heavy to medium i 1 c JtJ1conCJtjarlar clear stilts 12 ackfl Imn1cfaMtt hacoa 14 io UrHrlIffJshoulI dra IIC liicoi ifri I IItIiji inn lr f t 1 irce l2et tnfik1I IZI 4 BI M tF i r ulir Id1f Mft exlm i I rl Summer Comfort in largo in having lightwcigt wellmade Clothing Buy one of our nice Serge Vests a lightweight Pants nice up todate Straw Hat a pair of uptodateminute lightweight Underwear the Tan the comfortable new Collar anti one of our Neckties JVltawOn Certainly prices at a K I ulrirt gihoicein a a f i s Big Success 2 IOur present sale has been a big success 4 iI and we will continue to sell at the same rrare you ow we quote you a few of our many bargains lShoes 4Prnt forget that we L the oukhrute- ilIlsrnlltonBmwnhoe 4 Ever pair giwrout e l 4t give mtisfiutitur 4roit fail U BOC thiui z buying else lf wliera E Men ftltoeti fl up fr Lailim Shoes 95c up 1 CliitdreupShoe65e up p 4 1 Dress Goods Etc I 20e l Wns tote ILattiiu 12 IIOcLawnae Be Lawns c- It e1if 1 its Wens Clothing3s Meiin Wool SmU250 3 j YonUin aiws 1J to 19 226 up thm5s iiite One up + Top Shirt 26o up LJmluruhirU nnd lraws rBiganti see thom Fro ownsIFactory Cotton Ho lilvoch Cotton 5c T Shirting e Good IM licking 12c as 8het ting lOc IBig lute lodiolY i SllSJtilftlel IIOVO2 Holt liSj Elc 1I S olirin the Hand 2r i have heard a jreat deal about dif 51ferent kinds of dollars but the dollar ins the hand Is the best dollar on earth Come to our store and see what a pile of ijL GOODS you can get for a very small i I amount of money 2 h SAM BACH 1 t s HARTFORD y LC444 I I S 15t West Kentucky Seminary I AND Teachers Training School rIJ lot Q f Q 1 t Q r Will nilur thorough work in Common School Branuhos i Miwio Iangtmge Literature History Philosophy Poclu ry Miithmnnlioi mid Nntuml Scionqo Also anoxtimsivo J cotireo iu Bookkeeping Shorthand and Type writing Will have large Classes in all lupjp rtpiuntfi Tho Sohqolhag bo 1glt1Itt tiifltl wvtml noV 0jitixi ijjtliljd1 ij mako Lilt work interesting nnd progroBsfyu 1 1 11t V A full ivlr tra will lie Jtiahit iTiVVUl furnish uudicua all pnhlic oct tSlTh A IjTiuusic lesions vvill ho ven at tho Studio next dour to Collogq huildiog Write r Catalotriif For fiutlior informotiou aildiW J M A1ATHENY President or J IIMA BARNES V1 fires J IH rr 4 r t I I 4 1 l 7 r J d 4Gf G t 4G444 I k t 3 40 Ft b t bd 4 b F l More Goods for Same Money I MoneyIThan any other house in Ohio county is what FAIR CO arc offering during Au gust Just call around and see if we are not doing exactly as we advertise We can show you a host of articles that we cannot put in this space at prices surprisingly cheap to you For InstanceLadies 1 ao1ncok Vest Fie Good qutihty Black JToso 5c Extra grade Ribbed lloso lOe Ladies liultslOcNic-oquality Lsulies IIanlkircliiofiilO lttC U Sununor Corsets HOc f Ladies Girdlo Corsets 50u y1O So Ladies Oxford Tics regular SLtti miality 100 Nice tic 1ans 2c Exlntgrulu black Parasols COc- 2oo grade Kmbroidoris to close at loc Fall Dress GoodsWo peeve received our advance shipment of Black Woolon Dress loads and Fancy Woolen Waistings also our complete lino of Fancy Outing Flannels i which arm n w ready fin your inspection Would it not bo wise to liny early and got the full benefit of your fill wear t Prices arc as low now and styles are tho sumo as they will be later on ydFancyChoice selection of OulingslOoMc- Call Pnttorns can bo had at our pattern count 0 er Prico lOc and 1enoalo higher Also the Sep tember Fashion Sheet free all and gut one Keep yourself posted on the latest fall stylos Bring us your Produce All kinds taken in ox tslmngo for Merchandise THE PLACE IS j 1r11 t fHH1HHHlllHHIHIHHtHIIIIH1H r Biliousness tl Mnkc3 Chronic Invalids 11wU torpid sad bit to do lu work SJ if the bill caur tbe blood u II trul nt pouoa Tbtn come cotutiptuon MUouraeu auk hexUcfc hitn and cuUrU The only Uwlmect that p OI ttuliver fut the nghi touch and sure Natures work it the rigbi naaaerII 10 LIVER PILLS Jvi1 ANdTONIC PELLETS Tho pin toucba the liver and the pdlcu 1009 the sputa v S3 does lot 9 dip oat X ceou sad un loo your tale u ueeodIDlJ bad you will be nil befor you Daub them S Sam pI tree For aoleat all dealers For sale by JH Williams Druggist Hartford Kyl Hartford Republican PRIDAY AUGUST 15 City Restaurant Pried Fish during Court at City Restaurant Try the Ice Cream at City Restau rant Nine Ham Cheese Sausage IJtc at Carson Bros Cheese Sausage Dried Beet c at City Restaurant Soda Wat r Lemonade Phosphates nt City Restaurant For the best and freshest Groceries In town see Carson Bros A white teaclicra examination will be held here today And to morrow While attending court call on Car sun Bros lor anything in the Gro cery line II you want brand new goods call and see C L Armeitdt successor to Cox Armcndt Rev Lnwhorn Is conducting nn In terestlng protracted meeting at Salem church near Roslne Aunt Susan Woodward of Shlnlcle Chapel is taking the X ray treatment for cancer of the breast Mr Cheater Stevens of Hartlord played with the Render boys in the ball game here Saturday Mrs Henry Landrum of Rosine is very tick of lung trouble andwill not pehaps live but a short time Mr JaveRR Clements County At torney 61 Davlcss county Is in town ilooldriirAfter the interests of Mr Rlrkhead Mr Blikhead and Mr CIitelita tire lafyphrtncn q I Go to the City Restaurant Tweddell makes good meal Try I him tf I j See Carson liros new line of Gael English Chinaware City Restaurant is the place to get j your meals during Court Call and see C1 Arrnendts new stock ol goods it is 10 K Bverythlg good to eat it City Res taurant during Circuit Court Highest market price paid for I wheat at J W lords Water Mill Rev G J Bean will preach at Equality the 5th Sunday at u a m and 4 p m Esq C L Woodward has sold his farm near Ccntertowu and will likely I locate here Fish Steak Chicken lIam Eggs Hot Coffee Ice Tea Ice Milk etc at City Restaurant during Circuit Court For cheap lumber of any dimen slops apply to F L Sandefur MillI located four miles South of Beaver Dam 34t The i Nebraska Indians played the Render boys at the ball grounds here i Saturday resulting in a score of 9 to lu favor of the former l I rl0Then the baby Is most like- lyII nervous and fretful and II P doesnt gale Jn weight Scotts EmulsionI medicinep i 6 from the start 4 j 4P400H1S X Soc and too all draggl aeII My Hair I had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair I pur HairVigorback again W D Quinn Marseilles III One thing Is certain Ayers Vigor makes the hair grow This is because it is a hair food It feeds the hair and the halrgrowsithats all falling- of there the hair too andal ways restores color to gray hair tlCt a hull All drertlili szpraiyousbotlleyour AddressJ We are Indebted to Assessor Frank Lowe for the nicest watermelon we have seen this season It was dell clone Mr Harlan Tichenor has sold farm near Beda to Mr J Worth Wade and will likely move to California this fall The teachers who win our voting contest prizes will not have to apply for schcols hereafter the applications will come to them Mr Prank Lowe hasboURhtof Cot C M Barnett a new residence prop erty on Griffin street and will move here about the first of October S T Barnett Co have opened meat market In the Riley Building where the best country hams bacon and lard will be kept at fair prices Messrs W L Shaver C D Shaver and n G Stewart of Deda have bought property at Deaver Dam and will move to that town next week R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located southend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Mr Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines returned home Sunday from GraysonSprings where he had gone to spend a few of the hot August days In order to encourage the raising good watermelons we will give years subscription to TUB REPUBLIC AN for the best melon brought to this office before September the rat Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers for the Richmond Steam Lanjidry Best work brought to Hartfordor no charge RAGLAKD PATIN Agents Mrs Luke Collins suffered the frac ture of a rib in a fall over a chair few days ago While crossing tile room she stumbled over a chair and fell with the result mentioned Messrs J H Williams Dyer White and Carton Co have laid a con crete pavement in front of their bust ness houses and Messrs W S Tins Icy and Carson Bros are preparing to do likewise Work was resumed yesterday morn ing on Col C M Barnetts new brick business house on Centre street When completed the ground floor and basement will be occupied by Tun RnrciiUCAN plant FOR SALB One So acre farm well watered and Improved pne half hill and onehalf bottom two miles Southwest of Magan Ohio county Ky t also stock and farming implements same LON RAirn- 4ta Magan Ky Alfred Stewart the singing schoolmaster who was held up and robbed by two negroes at the Taylor Mines switch near Beaver Dam Sunday a week ago has become insane as a result of the shock Stewart was an extremely nervous map and the shock unbalanced his mind Fall Festival Cincinnati Ohio September 1527 1902 On account ofabove occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rite of one fare for round trip 6 65 from Beaver Dan to Cincinnati and return Tickets on sale Septcmper 14 and 15 limited to September 27 for return I wish to announce that I have completed my new store house an just received a brand new stock goods and would be glad for all mold y customers and friends as well ns all newouts to call and see my stock of merchandise and get my prices be tore purchasing elsewhere Yours for trade C L ARMENDT Dundee Ky Mr Steve Daniel a farmer living near Olaton lost his house with it contents by fire one morning tae week No insurance Mr Danl kindled n fire In the cooking stove and went to the barn to feed his horses and while at the barn which is some distance from the house saw 4the house flames Mrs Daniel was asleep when her husband left the house end awoke only in time to escape with her lif- eCandidates in OurVotin Contest IORTim BVGOV R H Miller Jamos Duf Jamos Fitzhugh W R Corso and Jamos Barnos FOR TUB WATCH Mlssos Artlo Wilson Woodward Daisy Gudea Floy Murphy Blanton Col man Mattlo Plrtlo and May Rogers ABOUT PEOPLE Mr Darb Crawlord of Friednland is in town Mr R B Martin Cromwell was in town Monday Mr W R Bean Dundee WAS town Monday Mr Ben D Rlngo was in Owens boro Saturday Mr Luther Rogers Select was in town yesterday Mr Clarence Morrlcon went to Ow ensbbro Sunday Commonwealths attorney J U Rowe is in town Mr R II Hverly Smnllhonse was a caller Saturday j Mr R B Martin Cromwell was in town yesterday Mr Carson flyers Olaton is at tending court here CaptA B Stanley Cool Springs called on us Monday Mr A F McDaniel of White Run was In town Tuesday BtquIreCL Woodward Centeno w n was in town Tuesday MrH C Powers of Narrows call braedin to see us yesterday Mr Sam KeownFordsville was In town the first of the week Mr J W Bratcber Beaver Dam celled at this office Saturday Mr Nathaniel Moxley of Trlsler gave us pleasant call Monday Mr Anthany Thatcher of Morgan town was In town this week Mr W A Carson Beda called to thiseeMr II A Stom of Paradise called 1oa us while in town yesterday Mrs J E Davidson Is visiting her mother Mrs Alford near White Run Mrs Robt Hunter Smallbouse called to see us while in town Monday Mr David Miller Owensboro is ot spending a few days with hIs parents bereLittle Miss Gracie Forrester is visiting friends in the country this weekMr T C Dean Dundee was the guest of his sister Mrs J H Thomas1 Monday Mr S J TMorrison of Fordsvllle Is visiting his brother Mr Clarence of Morrison to aloftao the weekticMessers Roy Candor and Houston- Dashamof Narrows were in tow Tuesday Mr S O Keown and son Master Gilmore were in town the first ol the week Mr E G BurtonRender has gone to Stanton Ill where ht will proba bly locate of Judges LPLlttle and cW Massie of Owenboro were in town the first of the week Miss Mabel Duke left last Monday for Lexington to visit the family of Mr Willie Walker Miss Oma Westerfield of Pleasant Ridge Is visiting her brother Mr F M Westerfield this week Misses Settle and Hattie Hocker ol Leitch field are visiting theirjister Mrs Jas L Rowe at RenderMProf I S Mason and wlleol Pleas dfwhcrebet 15 Messrs John Medcalf Ed Byron and George Barnes endJohn Barrass his to ol Beaver Dam attended the Chan jei tanqua at Owensboro Sunday to Messrs Andy Cummings Frank Flelden William Powers WRBean Marion Martin and Clarence Ar tack mendtDnndeewere in town Monday sink Mrs Mary A Duncan Louisville and Mrs O C Roll Greenville who have been the guests of Mrs F LIfe fix for several days went to Green ville Monday Mraad Mrs Lake May and family term of Mrs of cases castof Hartford were guests of the family of Mr F M Westerfield Tuesday Mrs G L Macey and Mrs Bells cases Berryman ot Versailles are visiting BMrsbefore and her friends here welcome her return dCalled Meeting The Sons of Veterans will have a Ccalled meeting at the court house September 6 at 2 p m Every mem dffEd ber is urged to be preseatme Resolutions of Respect Co Resolutions upon the death of dlct Thomas Larkin Griffin passed and adopted by the officers and directors IIAittt9azel on RRAS ol an Alwlse God our esteemed Presi dent and beloved brother Director Thomas Larkin Griffin has been call his labors that to JUteternallove Him therefore be ItSillRESOIVBD That In his death the for First National Bank has sustained the falthlugl some and ble and honorable President who has ao successfully directed the affairs ot gra thena ao upright citizen and the family a kin and Indulgent lather and husband matuallywltYh woe have all sustained and that we com Rone mend them to Him who is a father to c the fatherless anlta husband to the widow and who docth all things well RBSOIVKD That these evidences respect and esteem be spread upon records of the Dan 1 a copy preaen thntInour co worker add published In each of the Ohio county papers G B LIKENS Act Pres J C Ritnv Cashier ALVIN ROWR J P STBNENS Directors- C J RHOAD3 j THE RAILROAD Surveyors Going Over the Rot Iand Will Complete the Work ToMorrow Mr M Armitage and son civil engineers began at Beaver Dam Monday morning a survey of route for the railroad from that place to Hartford The engineers ha completed the survey to muddy Ga and are expected to reach Hartford tomorrow Monday the engineers begin to set grade stakes and September i they expect to have route ready for the plows and acts ers While the contracts for grading the road bed have not yet been 1 there is no longer a reasonable do abont the road being built Messrs Armitage and son are prstfleet railroad builders and the but Ing of the new line will be practical nnder their supervision If our country friends want to s s old town again before she she her rusty skin and comes out in nice new epidermis they ahon come in at once I Self Explanitory RBrunricAK Hartford Ky Please send copy of paper containing account Indian ball game to GUY W GRBEK Manager Nebraska IadlaaseSullivan Ind August 10 r902CIIIHARTFORD elMrDear SlrI have your letter ofMr rlcopyball game here I regret to havem say that on the account of suppIkets In my absence notwith byahisIball game here except a brief neos mention Pardon me for that hereafter you shouldCee tb Egoirgames I return herewith the price paper enclosed However I shall 1 mall you copy of paper of date men cloned Very truly yours Of JOHN H THOMAS Editor d DEATH AT DUNDEE PromtInent and Respectable dyCitizen r Chesterfield Cole a prominent citizen and Mason died at his real at Dundee Thursday night an illness of several weeks Mr a f was first attacked with acute who forhisunderstand and for several davso death was expected hourly But so far recovered that be was able be out again and his friends had reason to hope that his recover would be complete but about a wee before his death he had another a of the mysterious trouble and to rapidly until his death few Mr Cole was about thirtyfive and thchildrena last Court Notes More business is being done at thisJthan usual A large number of have been disposed of and many es will yet be tried The Indies are that the lull three genwillThe following results were had in namederamjjudgmentertha Duke vs Robt Nelson c dict lor defendant Wm Bioughlton vs L C R R Co verdict for 1300 tar plaintiff sfDenverSmith verdict for too for plain was Cooper vs I C R R Co judgeaa for 3o for plaintiff B D Rtngo vs Helfrlck Iumberal continued at cost ol defendant Thos Button vs J W Martin ver ly for plalntlaabc velCoJohnBrowu vs Robt Hoover aowanc trial In the matter of the suit filed by latoCommittee from holdings primary on November 4 a regular election day t nominate candidates for Circuit Ifl ge and Commonwealths Attorney to dissolve the was and judgment suspeadedk which etwenty days 1n plaintiffs will take the case betas e member of the Court of Appeals ask that the injunction be rein statedju nted at ths termtwcvisit Vlnpartd Decksdacounty Clements Judge L P Little and sale Judge C W Massie Owensboro SP Kqbey afid B L Kelly Fordsvlllee bread Anthony Thatcher Morgantown Jut Centertown and JJMPorler j I Bcgver Dam JTtfyorIng Uio veins mJ ofcctlag the tissues era commonly dd to detocIho dTsee InheNtctheel f In many forms of cutaneous erupt salt rheum or eczema pimples and tqt4IU0 dcbllltynow HoodseSarsaparillwhich also builds np tho system that suffered from them It Is the best medlclno for all Innors UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT OneteBest Citizens and Business Men Mr T Larkin Griffin died Tuesd pooh from an Injury received in a Is retheG J Dean and J C Petrie at 10 intermeta t at noon willFriday night Mr Griffin and Contractor Ike Foster were sitting In Mr JPstore when Mr Griffin stepped to the 4ik41theorage room in the rear walked out 4lyhis right leg above the knee and 4 physIsdentlah 1j 4 cal science was exhausted In the treatment of the unfottunate patient Jbut he grew steadily worse until Tuesday noon when his great soul went out to eternity Mr Griffin was born on a farm near Beaver Dam 54 years ago and engag In the drug business with his brother Z Wayne Griffin now de here about thirty years ago which business he has since been Griffin married Miss Mary C niter whose death he mar Miss Sallie Taylor whose death him again a widower when he Miss Maggie Craig who snr vives him ofrqever and his death will be deeply mourned our people Mr Griffin had by public wasatternal peace to his dust I DICK NICHOLS I Barren County Given Ills Liberty LasSaturdaywi n Dick Nichols who has been in Jail here for several weeks charged with FoCentertownSaturday upon proof that he was oils fined In the Danville Ill jail at burningt and nQmartyoung lady of his neighborhood jilted him shoat six months ago an Ohio county man Dick fol the newly wedded couple to jailbyfind truant sweethearts room histhis home in Barren county A weeks later Dicks old sweetheart her husband went West to seek fi rtuue and Dick longing for a farewell look at the woman he loved went west also Dick was not sure of the wherea bouts of the couple in question and white prospecting in the city of Dan tho alaerous obligingly relieved him of his wad The strong ourwere immediately apprehended Dick lacking a permanent resl Suit in IIbondmea0 punlshingthe dignity of the great Ohio of Ilnnals- Unfortunately for Dick while be languishing behind the bars of Illinois jail Mr Taylor Stevens Ewas burned near Centertown in s county and as Dick had former done the window peeping act Mr Stevens residence he was naturally charged with the crime especially ns tome obliging == wouldbe witness claimed to have leading thellaned As a result a warrant was test sworn out lot Dicks arrest and Sber Keown went to Danville and brought him back to Hartford where teacher was again lodged in jail for sarethat But by and by Dicks in Aglveuhdbe In Darren county and M from the experience ol his Jn former visits here will never Tj Ohio county again B Dick has been in jail twice In Ohio 1 and once In Illinois hat it is kj to say that he is as harmless a creature as ever yet ate cold prison Our voting contest is growing In I interest and the friends of rome of the i v e P 1 A A A AAA AA AAAU00 0 CENTRALb4 4 4 +Business + College + I Iaartford KY loonhas it I j Everything now and attractive Equipment and environment unexcelled thorough and tl ir J complete Courses practical from beginning to 45 plction Aid in securing positions No College edt terofb1t41 COUIxSESt BUSINESS COURSE Bookkeeing Sadler t zyllftF4V Business Correspondence i s tyt4tCi0 matte Practical Spelling English Penmanship Etc l I This course is given for tho benefit pf desiring 4 to pursue cither or both tho other courses who j lit may not bo prepared to do so nt best advantages fEXPENSES fire Business Course three months 2000 fa 3000J 5i hsr 3000v fc t1et7 may lam at 1 to 2 25 per week School opens August 251902 Catalogues and Jfurther information given on request Uo R H HANKINS Pres JJ E W PATTERSON V Pnjs 5 4eteNr ororotwtwtw HOWDY DO Did You say You Were Looki- ngfor5heECONOMY Dry Goods StoreWill you come in and rest awhile and while you rest wo show you the now things for Summer Wear Wo have splendid lino of SUMMER DRESS GOODS ranging inI tom prices from be to Inc in tho way of Lawns Dimities P KsrrIlal la Paris Muslin Wash Silks Linens for Skirts Lin fl for Waists Dark Gray Mohair Light Gray MohairlBlack Mohair These are goods that make lovely Sum= L and Fall Skirts Our Hosiery and Summer Underwear Department isIcomplete Did you say Shoes Well yes tho prettiest lino you will anywhere r Clothing and Gents Furnishinga1 While wo are talking Dresses dont forgot that we hava nobbiest uptodato things for men If you are in noel of 4 something cool for these hot days just camp in and look at stock Wo can fit you in anything from a cool Linen to n fine Tailormade Suit Also Shirts Collars Ties iery Huts Shoes Canes and Umbrellas Don tMfurgot thoplaco=right oh the corner next door to County Bank EconomyDryGoodsStoreMrs candidates are canvassing in interest The buggy and watch well worth the trouble of a con1 but the mere fact of winning one popularteacbermight well be more proud of the prize Itself Some CoffeeIare Glazed coatiniIfre t the IeluedLion Goffia perfectly =aao IJ Cumberland TthphDD ICO ANDIINcoRroaATJDo toll lines andconnectedthlrtyfiveStates aingvaluable livinginandotherthe exchange over Williams drug store KyC fauBger s I J CASTOA For Infants and Children The Kind You Hav- eAlwaysBought Bears the s Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTUATwr Ii Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE Wo aro going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of THE REPUBLICAN shall determine the Con test in tho manner following For each 2 Sc in cash paid on subscription to TILE REPUBLICAN he 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 the coupon below fill in the namo of the Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the num ber of votes you are entiled to in plain figures on tho Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will bo in care of a committee to bo appointed by the County Superin tendent The ballots will bo opened and ounted by tho committee and the property transferred to tho winners on the first day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute which will 10 held the first or second week in October OOcT OtNj 1Votes for Miss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr as the most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signed f PO Now is the Time to Buy a E3Lggy oar SLrrey If you want tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood the test of44mo Built of timber bought from home 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 hicles per annum F A AMES CO- Ovvensboro y COLLINS SALOON aABTPOBD YHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BB COLLINS CO If You Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time J iS tI Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 15 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo- Tablo New time rani taking rffot Bnnday Pea S WO at Dunn Miirlli llonnil Niintli Itoiinil No 132 lie loriiu No Ititiioltl7n m Nil Iirjiln 3l7 m No let duo r47 p- Nolnduol3uIin in No 131 daLO y a JorRIIrhlKolt4dD 7Mam Nol doe JST pm L II ViiiwKTKB Agent tlJUlS WMlhtMl ILSl IAIIS Beet Couin tin TuieiUev UM In time brdnxelitk CONSUMPTION HANNAS FEET His Management of Them In dicates Ills Mental Nature If you wish ti kuoc why Senator Hanna is a success watch bis fret This remark WBH made the other day by an astute Republican politician who has learned to study men Iron many standpoints Just why the feet should be the index to the man perhaps Is not apparent at once be continued but here is what you will see if you will take the trouble to watch Senator Haunas feet lIe will be standing during an evening in the best hotel in the city in which he happened to be stopping lIe will never be given an opportun- Ity for Idleness A gentleman and lady will step up and introduce n friend others will follow aud for hall an hour or longer the genial Ohio Senator will stand shaking hands with a procession of people exchang- Ing pleasantries with old friends and making new acquaintances During this time the pedal extremities of the Buckeye statesman and these extremities are In themselves a cause of admiration because ot their shapell ness and neatness of dress will never move from where they have been planted not so much as a hairs breadth Now think what this means It means that Senator Hanna has learn ed one of the most difficult feats of self control He wastes not the slightest particle of energy in movements that are unnecessary If he has mastered this art with reference to the members of his body he has also mastered it with reference to his mind This means that his mind rests exactly on an even keel so to speek that it grasps without the slightest confusion from surroundings the real subject in hand whether that subject be a legislative proposition or political problem infused with the Influence of personality Senator Hannas feet show that Senator Hanna has perfect mastery of himself p A- We have traced it back and find that a Topeka woman some sixteen years ago named her baby Bertha Later she was called Bertie then Birdie then Bird and when she was graduated it was Byrdeyne Mothers never know how simple a thing may result tragically Atchison Globe Charged With Selling Spud Deputy Marshal James arrived in the city this morning having in cus tody John B McConnell of Ceralvo Ohio county whom he arrested at Centertown yesterday on a warrant charging him with unlawlull selling whiskey McConnell was taken before Commissioner Lindsey where he was held over to the November term of federal court MrMcConQell is 75 years of age and in feeble health and Commissioner Lindsey allowed him to go on his own recognizance Owensboro Inquirer 11 Literary Item The movement in the Catholic Church back to the personal Christ has foud its iirst exemplification in a notable volume on the Life of Christ by Rev Walter Elliot the wellknown Paullst whose Life of Father Hecker What this Boys Mother SaysI has been said by the mothers of many other boys and girls regarding the wonderfulcurative and strengthening qualities of MileserVlneHAJTINO Niljspasmsfrwodoctoredten spasm ono weet Our at slllesflervIncbad tale ell the lourth bottle the spasms lIohdonlorfive tact Mu D M TupxL- Dr Miles Remedies are sold by aU druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded Or Mile Medical Co Elkhart IndIa k PHILANTHROPY 1 The Unselfish Labors of Mr and Mrs A Roy Miller Save Many Childrens Lives Tlscynariitliooratitudcofllundredsof From the Ourtntioro Xy Metsenfer A Roy Miller has been connected with the well known wholesale and retail drug firm of The Mullen Hayncs Co for several lie Is known to be one of the best prescription druggists the State Ills reputation Is already established mid whatever he says Is not for a moment doubted by the people who know him Like nil turn who shoulder the responsi bulLies of a big business Mr Miller Is always buy but lie found IlIlIe the other day when asked what he of Owens Pink Mixture and Its use among children US assert his firm belief based on his own experience that it wi I do just what is claimed for It lie even goes further and that no better remedy can be obtained foruse In aggravated casesof bowel trouble among older Druggists are usually slow to recommend any particular medicine either over their own or during an Interview They will often saythat what wilt act well and produce the desired results with some Individuals may not be successful on other but Mr Miller states that there Is always an exception In the case of Owens rink Mixture RellysId 4rMillertoinij rpor ter I dont matter justice It takes my wire to tell of the virtues of Owens rink Mixture If there Is any family In our neighborhood with a little child to which she has not recom mended the use of the medicine I donl know ItAt rate we haveused It to our satisfaction on the only two girlisIs five They are both hale and hearty and we never had any trouble during the second summers with them or when were teething The took the medldne- wllh the same delight that would be man heated by a child when eating 11IlhlnIthat it Is particularly fond of We lost our lint child from some kind of wasting bowel trouble We knew nails ing of Owens Pink Mixture then We did everything possible to save the life of the loved onebut ouredbrts were in vain The Utile fellow died No words can paint the grief of a mother over the loss of her first born But since we have used this medicine with such wonderful success on our two succeeding children we are both firmly convinced that had we used it on our that born he would have been alive today Now this Is a pretty strong as firmlybelieveAs soon as mywlfe hears of a sick child In the neighborhood she either goes or sends to the mother to Owens Pink Mixture I dont think there Is a family In my end of the town that has not a possessionManyaround whether there are any In the family or not I do not mean to be remedyIthink should be said by one who has used It In such a satisfactory manner In his family Again I will say anyone should call for It and I did not have it I would be loth to recommend any medicine to be as good In fact I would not do It I could ttdo It Here In Owensboro where the medicine peoplehavemerits from actual use In not a single case has the medicine proven fruitless and all citizens speak a good for It You can walk down the street any day and ask any head of a family what he thinks of Owens Pink Mixture and you may rest assured that his answer will be a prcttystrong recommendation ofits rn rits perfectlyiarmlees easyIt motes rest contains no opium no snot poisonousdrugsfor Summer complaint diarrhea dysentery toss of sleep feverish near constipation or sour stomach Owens Pink Mixture Is put up In two sties of bottles sic and soc For sale by all druggists A trial bottle wilt be sent FloydMedicine created such a stir a year or so ago through a faulty translation Into the FrenchElllottts Life of Chlst has been out only two months aud it has already reached its third edition While it stands for strict orthodoxy yet it has a great deal that it new in its presentation of the varios aspects of the Saviors Life and Teaching It is issued from the Paulist Fathers own press at 120 West 6oth Street New York and has nearly a thous and linecut engravings An English sailor who was watch Ing a Chinaman placing a dish of rice by a grave inquired When do you expect your friend to come out and eat1 Same time as your friend come out to smellce flowers you put retorted Li- Precisely Like Free Traders How did you come out settling the estate asked the old granger of the executor Toughest easel ever had replied the executor The heirs came very near getting a quarter ot thu property whereas I make it a rule to take ninetenths as my share Just like our free traders commented a wageearner They want ninetenths by insisting on cheaper foreign fabrics for those with money while we may be robbed of our jobs or cut down for the beneCt oh the moneyed menAmerlcan Econo mist aCatarrh 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 Cute is taken Interually and acts directly on the blood and mucons surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure IB not quack medicine It ws prescribed by one of the bent phyclcUiis In this country fir four years and Ii a regu lar prescription It is conip el of the best tonics known cmubited with with the best blood purities acting directly on the mucios surface The prefect comblnotiocs cl the to Ingredients is what products much von detfnl results In cuiing Catarrh Seed fur testimonials free P J Cheney Co props Tlrdo 0uSold by iViufxUts price 75c JUHi Family Pills are tie best Keep It in Your Home And whets the bowels fall to act proptcrly take a dose of LYoNS SVRUP It acts gently but effectually on i the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion cleartsae byJ lhosAllen RosIrieKy SOMETHING WRONG WITH Youn WATCH Trains never leave ahead it time no IhetiwibV In nub ra HlthvMir watch We do repairinghavebeen watch to us tor inspection and estimate Accurate Time PIer s Sptelillf SierlUifSilver =SAD iB5c =C P BARNES H CO Watchmakers sal SIlttMnlil- u8MS06W Market St LOUISVILLE ICY Illinois Ontr1 L L OH IXTERRST TO c Free Transportation t Attend the Special and Anianl Mitt tugs at Chir1 0 IlUle aotlo U hereby alvin ttiit it epeclal meeting ul the etockUuldfni ftbt Illlnoli CVn trul Railroad IVimwnr will be held Hi the Com- P anji office In Chlmw llllniiUon Frlduy tug ntN18CJnt eleven iirlorV In the fortnoon I iu that the regular annual ravelin lIb etork olden ol the 1ompnny will ha held t It omta I nrhleofto Illinois on Wednesday October IS ittt at noon To permit treuanl attendance nt three meet lags there will he luanl to earl bolder ot DM or more harue ottb enplMI etoekot the 111mb LVntral KMlroad Company rvjd terr l on the mote ot the Compass nt the clow ot bnilntue on Friday Angnet 11902 ant to etofkboldere of- reroM on Friday September U IWJ a ticket en titling him or her to trued tnouter the Corn pnnye IJcrt train the etitlon on U IlllnnU Centralliallroad nenrot to his or her rrxlitered nutty to lilengo and return sari tlrVettobe Rood for the Journey tu Chicago only during the toot daji Immediately preceding and the lay ol the steeling and for the return Journey from Chi rItO only on the iaj utthe meeting and the four Iajr Immediately fallowing s properly rou ter Ined and stamped during bailneM boom that Ic to ur beturen 305 a m and 800 p mIa the oHke ut the AMlelant Secretary Mr W II Urun Sa rhkaito Kaeh tkkrt may be obtained by any bolder ot etotk registered aa above on application In writing to the Ire l lent of the Company In Chicago Bath appllea tlon muit state the tall nnne nail addren of the toekholOer exactly as given In bIN or her crrtl H cute of stork toother with ilw nomUr end dat ol tnih eirUniat So snore than one person will bo rnrrfml trio In rminvt to nny une holding nt itork iwimuitiiiil n lb boot of the Com pany A I IficnTirr Secretary For 44 Years cP BARNES RINGS haTeei1 the itandant for mUfF amor Southern people ie Ira to inI WeMr1I4 iiwry tuned mother inn bcr mother OUZ father rod father llameslthip1aywe orlurgsforengmolnInItlal Noii3IttC U 1ji3 455 3 4 4 I 2ouso1t 575 3 I l 71 4 So CuocufKinrcneare C P DAMES AGO 5416W JaratSt LOUISVILLE KY u CIIICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS too 11- 0pefl eAo 81160 1 COV e IndIekflvng1a5fotIIiCIIESTEIVe rlueTkluhionsMd Imllallon Jluefrevrbnifflilnr send 4r In slurp tot PaHlmlcn Tell LdIesthjeturbyju Urumiu omciiasvna oHlntrou 00 IIOO HadUon Kquar 1- Uulla 1A Uil par SouthernRailway Through El ht Beet Southern Slala- tKENTUOKYTENNESSEE South OAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 5153 MIles Three Dally 1 nine Between LouIs clUe and I ilnKton ubMrrntlon Chair Cure LonlIIIefromHcyntbStreet llllooli Ceatraritallroad anl L 11 A Ht LoUU Forlnformatlonaddnwe A WIKDOX r A T A 16 4th AYe IxinleTllle- Wu II TAYLOI AnUtnnt GI A LonliTllle Hoalth and Ploasuro Rosorts WIT- HMedical Waters on the linen ol the IICi Railroad and the Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD Caetallan Springe Allleon Well Coopers utIle Lowaa Well and Ilrowna Welle are Kg nlarly eetablUhed health and pleasure resorts- wIth ine3lcl waters aa a feature and haying bntil accommodation They are located on or contlnfcnone to the lines of the IlllnoU Central Yaioo 4 uUelulppl Valley Ilallroade 111 the ilan region of Mississippi Send to the undersigned for a tree copy ol an IllantraUd book describing them all In addi ion Hardla Springs Orayebn Springe Daweon Springe Cerulean Pprlngi mind Crlttenden Springs ii Western Kentucky aDd Croul Springe and Dlion Springe In oatberD Illlnole lire smite iviorU concerning which an illustrated book baN een issued which can be bad tree on application o the undersigned A II HANhON U P A llllnnle Central nu Chlcngo tiiOn you label mid you can readily calculate how much you iiit owing on youndul Boriplion It may seomn very small item to each 0110 ill arrears but tho HUIII total umounUj to a considoral sulua mid wo need it in our busi ness Dont put it oft buto pay ittSubscribe for TIlE HARTFORD REPUBLI OAN 100 per year inh advance w IIA FREE PATTERN hoJ I Jour own selection t emry sib I I scriber Pair to eerie a 1- rMSCALJSA I I MAGA2INEW t IIII Stytl Ridlabli aiMptVptn I dais xcoromleal ILS Abiotesl7 st1aPttttsig Ppe I 11BAL4R I U Seas ABowl hnts low I M initial ut ie0 OarsJI otr 10 id if ettk I Ai 1sf th 514 is aeuly emit I a4iownebyailltrO- I TilE MoCALL CO- m I esJ- 4aQUIE JOURNAL 2 A TIMES WEEK i 1 104 Times a Year The TIVICl A WtiK OlVltirit JOimAL I tbe beet ppeIabllobIIIDthoI Colled Stmtee for Democrat mid fur 11Ireader It It the equal ol many DaOlei tad theI superior of all our SemlWeikllei orWeetllei Henry Unllereon Editor Tbe Wednesday lime le derated to IlaIMtTTKHMthetUtunlkr line le derated to tkIIOnt Banple coplee eml trr un eplll ratio Jlddreee TIIK COCUltltJODK fLt lAorUU Ky Dy epediU arraDKrment you ear Ret the HK IUIIIIUAN suit the TWICl A V iiCOCHIKIUIUUIIMAb built one year for only 8130- Tbl U for cash eobecrtptlone only All set Krlptloie vpder this rombtnatloi uSer mat be- rest tllroallllt The Heiilibllrmiofflte THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlccaWeek EdltlonAl most a Daily at tile Price of a Weekly The rreeldentla nmiialm is over tot tbe world itoee on fait the same and It le tall otnewe To learn this new just ai It le promptly and Impartially all that you bare to do le to look la the columns of Tbe Tbrirea Week Edition ol tbe New York World which comes to theseS ecrlberlM time a year publlaheroterertbe EnglIsh language U epokn and yon want It oabotrlpotlollunequaled newspaper and Tug Ilcrcnucil to getter one year fur IIM- Tbemnlarenbecrlptlon price ot tbe two pa preele H09 ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY neoarosavgni I Talk being cheap and necessaryil you should patronize where you can buy your own phones nd build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun and business points generally by h nly paying a reasonable rent to the River Telephone Company or I hey wilt be nt the expense it you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For pnrtlcu I lars call on D M Mocker Manager Hartford K- yLyons Laxative SyruPI a vegetable preparation In its effect acts gently on I the kidneys liver and bowels cnret con stipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and mikes the blood pure An remedy for child rcn as as adults For sAle by J Thos Allen RoslneK- yNEWTHROUGH LINE eCfWUM fAMSHUt A- HOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur 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 n part of the P D n Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Hvansvile 730pm 7300011 Ar Chicago 7oonm 700pmI SOUTH BOUND Daily Kr Sun Lv Chicago 8Mopni Sijoam ArEvansvllle 8059111 550pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chris ars on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent Fur Connllpatlon rate Lyon Laxative Syrup If you dont like II better than any Laxsllto you Live tier boreS jour ilrucgbt will rtJuud Uvf taooey 1rico So Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort In Amen 3840 feet llbove sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and top cottages open lor boarders at reasonable rates This resort Is the site ol the Mountain Chantanqua and summer schools and of the great Cbantauqna itself and is annually vis- Ited by thousands ol persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities Bflorded for educational work and invigorated In body by the health giving Influence lor which this paradise of the mountains Is fa monaSExcursion tickets may be obtained over the D St 0 SouthWestern ham June 1st to September 3oth good returning until October 31st 1902 Specially low rates during July and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about attractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park MarylandEor on the sutjectol rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents HO SW R Ror the undersigned R S BROWN Dist PflsVr Art- Lonlsvllle Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Pssr Aet Cincinnati Ohio CRIAPISooetnPmma1ipuJ I ScrThQ7lcfr 01 fsitdftr lita 74flIllillIjr iJ eolloltprelerre1ItflDnat and bout nrranKF1 school building In the Booth Individual Infraction rkhool In weiloo 1 all thrar MtmlintautnenterAt any tine visitor always Welcome E J WHIUIlTIn VkVke lm lCOST NO JotORn TIIAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of dnte Granite soon gets niossKrown dlscplorcd requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze is everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of Irostj Mossgrpwl Is an Impostlblllty It is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has 0 been adopted or nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands ol delighted customers In all parts of the country It hu been on the market over 25 years and is an established uccesa Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds ol beautiful designs of till grades of work and want to have you see them ifyou are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be to call with n sample of White Bronze Yours tru1yIDT RHOADS Beaver Darn Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co Bridgeport Conn FIELD SONBOSS zzorxa- zoxroTRANSFER LINERs 3ErW= aAnXJion3 AZrI 3EA V1I DAC BAElJpoac BYA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE 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