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V- j iJ L 2 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN f tgFineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORSAH or in run IN in NVETECONUNIOULDIHRIGI Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 JNo5 MMT SWIFT WORK Lexingfon Lynching Directed t1 vby Masked Captain Doomed Men Die Accus- Ing r Each Other Attack on the Jail Watched by a Brother of One of the Victims CNLexington Mo Aug r8The- a lynching ol Charles Salyers and far vt jGte here yesterday morning and With ikarp military movement of the moVtimJer the direction of lie mask- wiid csptalawere the chlel topics here today Fall details of the lynching 1 are noW known The lynchers came quietly and + were perfectly organized All were masked On getting Into town they went at once to the jail carrying sledge hammers and chisels A de mand was made of Sheilfl Thomas to deliver the jail keys and the murder era The Sheriff refused Sledge hammers were then effectively usedI and the entrance door was broken down The iron door to the upper corridor was smashed next and then the steel door to Salyers cell Securing Salyers the mob then went downstair and broke In the Iron door to the lower corridors The door to Gate cell was battered open and Gates was bound The mob then hurriedly left with the prisoners under strong guard and drove to the agreed place ol exe cution Arriving there the prisoner were asked If they had anything to- uy They made conflicting state ment each acknowledging that be was ai Johnson on the fatal night but charged each other with firing the fatal shot Both protested their Inl nocence and Satyer sent word to his mother that he died innocent The order was given to pull the ropes Instantly both men went dangling up In the air Just prior to being drawn up Salyers charged Grates with the killing Gates in reply told Salyen he was dying with a lie on his lips The lyncbers dispersed leaving the two bodies swinging to and fro In the stiff morning brrtze Fnlly a bun dred persons witnessed the lynching ertblngmov like clockwork and the mob promptly obeyed the cap tales orders Charles Silyers ws born In Lex ington and was In his iif year hay ing cut his first vote in the recent Jane city election His mother Is in poor health and he had been of no aid to her Ills father is In the Nevada asylum A younger brother witnessed the battering down of the jail doors this morning Gates was 33 year old and was also born here lie leave a widow who It is said refused to claim his body He is an ex convict and served five years In the Missouri pen r Itentlary fr burglary The crime for which the men were lynched was the murder ot Mr George W Johnson on Tuesday morning August 5 They were stealing chickens and Mr Johnson bad gone out to investigate when they shot him Charles Salver white and Harry Gates colored were promptly arrest ed oa suspicion The latter was found to have been wounded a num bet of shot being picked out ol his lelthlp They were placed In jail The 5 Hour Dag Which thtworkine man haa fought for and succeeded in obtaining something the wife has no than In Her day be gin before tila and ends long after it ua rule and manr a sight her rest U Daalfretfu1ncll such a strain What can IM expected then of women are weaken Xwho 1 by woman J diseasesWomen a who are =+ weak woroutand rundown will find new life and new strength In the use of Dr Fierce Prescription It establishes reg dries weakening drain heal Inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakneia It makes Weak women strong and sick women Sick eO le are invited to consulter Pierce by letter frrrt AR cturespoudeoce is- k ld wercdly IllllUeaUal Addrw Pr I V rkrce Bata10 NY nUl female wnkntM Vnt lhtr attMftnl eattnbit drlbeaeat Wa rTIte Pre n ewllsIn tDaQylle i wu iteora takenedM aacl tftOU The UttswW ea a Mbstltute for favorite Praedrer1ssly seeking to make tku little more on the salt of lew meritorious medicines Ills II yor loss Refuse all subs ututea Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets should be used with Favorite Prescription when ever a laxative is required Itc here About 430 Ii m ol Tnesda the officers fearing an attempt would be made to lynch removed them from the Jill and started witblhelr to Myrick where it was the intentl6nti board a train for Kansas City As soon al the tact was learned hundreds of citizens saddled their horses gaol rode after the officers bent on preventing the removal of the prisoners They came up with the officers and prisoners before they had succeeded in reaching Myrick and informed then that the men must be brought back to the jilt or they would be lynched where they were Finally the officers agreed to return with the prisoners to this city the crowd promising to protect them from Violence and they were brought back and locked up here nntlltkia mornlag when taken out of Jail and lyackedru above stated Mr George Johnson the murdered man was a splendid citizen standing bight In the community lIe win a man oflarge mean A J Cottinghaui went to Wash ington County Ark to see his sister and while there was taken with flux dysen lea and was very bad off He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which It effected that be wrote the manufacturers a letter In praise of their medicine Mr Cot tiugham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy II for sale by all drug gists Why Editors Get Rich Alter a great deal of study and worry we have at last figured out why ra many country editors get rich Here Is the secret of their success A child ia born In the neighborhood the attending physician gets 10 the editor gives the loud lunged youngster and happy parents a sendod and gets Jo It Is christened and the minister gets 5 and the editor gets too It grows up and marries the editor publishes another longwinded flowery article and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful and accomplish edIt bride The minister gets Iro- and a piece of cake and the editor gets Jooo In the course of time it dies and the doctor gets from S to 100 the minister perhaps gets another 5 the undertaker gets from 125 to fSothe editor publishes a notice of the death and obituary two columns long lodge and society resolutions a lot ol poetry and a free card of thanks and gets Joooo No wonder so many country editors get richMonona Index Elys Liquid Cream Balm Is au old friend In a new form It Is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing end soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained In the new preparation It doea not dry up the secretions Price mending spraying tube 75 cents At your druggist or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will mall It Strange Insect A mysterious bug that Is said will rival the kissing bug which hu lately been it work again has made its appearance In a number of western cities The bugs favorite place of attack Is on the leg and its bite Is con sldered extremely dangerous In Denver three victims are suffering from bites and all are a serious con dltlonA thing about the insect Is that none of its victim can remember seeing It They reollect a slight pain then more pain An examination rev ealed n puncture Then followed all the symptoms of blood poisoning The bug evidently Is able to pene trate through clothing of several th icknesses for in each of the three cases the victims were warmly clothed The fact that It has not been seen make It difficult for physicians ornat uralist to decide what sort a thing It IfIt is pro able that the leg bug will be beard from again and It may cseate Just as much fear RI the kiss ing bugExThe Girl Flirt The girl who poses as a flrt nays an exchange Is the girl whose name may be heard where men congregate and the beer and wine flow too pro fusely At such gatherings the girl whose name and Actions are above reproach Is never mentioned But the girl who gads the streets loafs at the corner In noisy debate with men or hangs around In the way of business who seems Jo think the world and strangers especially are dying for love of her who attracts the attention of strange men at every opportunity and who is flip with her tongue n conversing with male friendsthat Is the girl whom the community mention with a sneer and whose actions are made the topic ol lustful converts tion when the red wine runs and the corks pop from the bottles It seems that many girls d not realize such facts but It ia too lamentably true Ex COUNiED Roll of 28000 and Agents Eyes Bulged Out Mysterious Man of Money Makes Shipment From Owens boro tp Fordsville Owensboro Ky Aug ISAstranger giving his name as J II Boatner shipped yesterday from here 8ooo to his own address at Fords vllle a town on the Illinois Central railroad about twentyfive miles Esof here Boatner has been at Dean field a town five ails from Fords vine for s8trwe weeks later day lie went fo the express office at Deanfield and told the agent he want ed to express some money to his own address at Fordsville The agent told him he would do It When Boatner counted out 28000 nearly all of it being In 1000 and 500 bills the agent was amazed and told the man he could not send more than 5000 Boatner then took the money back and giving the Town Marshal John Guess 10 to come with him came to Owensboro Going to J G Burch the agent ol the American Express Company he slipped his 28000 to his own address at Fordsville paying 14 charges for expressing It Boatner stayed here until this morning when be lest He Is about twenty eight years old lie told per sons at Deanfield that his father had given him the money to buy mineral lands Before Boatner left here he telephoned the express agent at Fordsville that he bad sent the money and told him not to put Inn bank as he would be alter It At 9 oclock tonight a telephone message from Fordsville stated that Boatncr was there standing out in front of the depot acting strangely and that the boys were preparing to ride him on a rail Nobody has any Idea who he is where he is from or what he means Boatner later went to a boarding house at Fordsville and left a call for 4 oclock saying he was was going to Louisville He refused to take the money from the agent there this af ternoon and the latter has it yet CJ 1On AIare ttai1t1iY11b 1eD Ysgs ISlt- lf et KentuckyFair Dates HARTFORD October 14 Lexington August ixi Lawrenceburg August razz Shepherdsville August 19 22 Maysvllle August 2023 Shelbyvllle August 2629 London August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 KlItabethtowD September 912 Bowling Green September 1013 Glasgow September 1013 EwingSeptemberIt 13 Louisville September 22 27 Qualifications for Happiness In Matrimony By Max 0 Rell People either men or women who possess the following qualifications are moat likely to be happy 4a matrimony especially this goes without sayingif both husband and wife possess them PlntA spirit of toleration which will always make one of the two len lent toward the shortcomings of the otherSecondA cheerful temper which will make bout always see the bright and rosy aide of things and laugh at the thousand and one little miseries of conjugal life ThlrdA generous temperament which will make then easily forgive and forget little offenses and only remember services and good turns Fourth A genial philosophy which will keep them satisfied with them selves and with each other PlnhA keen sense of humor which will ever prevent them from making fools of themselves In their own eyes as well as In each others and will fill their home with gayety SixthAn artistic temperament and the love of the beautiful which will prevent them from making matrimonial life prosy dull and monotonous and will constantly enable then to find something bat will keep alive their Ideas and feed their intel lectual want- sSeveatbA sober constitution which will suggest to them that the best matrimonial meal should be eaten discreetly and never devoured ravenously Love didf more easily of indigestion than ol want EighthSelfcontrolwhich wilt prevent them Irotj comnilttlng one act or eves saving one word which they may aftefrard regre- tNlothOppenneee which will cause them to say outright what they mean mention what little grudge pne may have against the other and never to brood and conaumebeir own smoke Jn such and retirement The sky of matrimony should never be allowed toremain long cloudy Rather than that let the one who was right and knows It make advances and get- a reconciliation if the one Who was wrong will not quickly come forward and do It- TenthUasellisltnell which will cause concessions to be made conS stantly Eleventh Thougtfullnesa oCtbe smallest details of everyday life care Inl consideration for the little fade and fancies ol the other self abnega tlon of every moment which will sag gest to each one to do this or that to please the other Twelfth Honesty and stralghtfor wardueM will require la each the re pect of the other There calf be pas else ifljlt ltWti1IC di but there cannot be love Thirteenth Great strength of char acter In the man an inexhaustible fund of tenderness in the woman and boundless devotion In both Fourteenth Good health and In telligence Sickly and stupid people ought not marry nay ought to be forbidden to marry by law- FifteenthSuperiority of the man over the woman in age in size in In telllgence and in fortune If this Is not a necessary qualification for hap piness in marriage it is one that till generally help it SixteenthThe love of a quiet life of retirement of the country of children of animals of flowers and of all the simple pleasures of life Seventeenth The love of property which prevents jealously makes a person prefer what he has to any thing else simply because It belongs to him and therefore makes him love homeElghteeathSimllarltynot ofchar acter necessarily but of tastes For ConiflpXllon Tate LaxtllreRrrun anldnt nmedrfoi lidlmuidehlldrciiullIinlMuanlloUkrMHlprr feeU brmleNuuucr all clrcumalUlcc IdctSo William J Bryan has at last taken part In a real presidential inaugura tion though he had to leave thellnited States to do it and officiated on the occasion as nn ordinary pen push er for an American newspaper Every man sooner or later finds his level Concord N H People and Patriot A Cure for Cholera Infantum Last May says Mrs Curtl Ba ter of Bookwalter Ohio an Infant child or our neighbors was suffering from cholera Infanlum The doctor had glvea up all hopes ol recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them T felt sure It would do good ifused accordengtodl rectors was In two days time the child had fully recovered and Is nownear lya year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fall la any single instance Pox sale by all drug eats CROP CONDITION Corn Is Suffering In Some Sections of the State WhereTherc Has Been Light Rainfall According to the crop bulletin last ed by the local Weather Bureau for the week ending August II the tem perature has averaged above normal while there has been a fair amount of rainfall for the state though Irregu lady distributed Some sections in the western and western central tions ol the State are suffering heavily from drouth Wheat threshing is about completed early reports being verified as to the generally light yield though good quality of the crop Corn is in fine condition except in the drouth stricken districts where It has been considerably Injured With favorable conditions continued the crop will be considerably above the average tO- bacco is not doing very well The dark in the western counties suffered from drouth though the Burley in the cen tral and eastern regions appears to be In better condition The outlook is for a short acreage But little complaint has been heard of tobacco worms far Grapes and damson prunes are In good condition but all other fruits are poor There will be a light apple crop and peaches have practically failed Irish potatoes and sweet potatoes are doing well There is a general need of more rain throughout the State Hemp is promising Very little plowing for winter has been done yet though other farm work is well up T Keep It In Tour Some And when the Vowels fall to act prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAX lT1va SYRUP It acts gently but effectually oa the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlaraboea Remedy has a world wide reputation for Its cures It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take Pox sale by all druggists WATTERSON WITHDRAWS Couched In Bitter Language Wherewith lie Describes a MachineRidden De mocrcy For some days past there have been persistent rumors on the street and In political circles throughout the State that Henry Watterson would formally wlthdraw from the race for Governor These rumors were confirmed this morning by a card in the Courier Journal signed Henry Watterson In this card Mr Watterson says When the suggestion was originally rade I entertainment and can- aTderatloD It Will to me tsftuIeouseattdIallght rely upon substantial unanimity In the nominat ing convention and although I am too old a hand at the bellows to take stock in any such nonsense I confess that the thought of uniting the party in a new departure on high broad lines of public policy lilting the State out of the ruts of faction and restoring it to its former place at the head ol the marching column ol Nat ional Democracy was not without its allurement to one who has always heldxoffice and officialism In all its forms in sincere aversion There was especial attraction In the idea of going out among the Democrats of Kentucky and from one end of the State to the other of proclaiming the doctrine of the Fathers of Democracy as the sole hope of the future of the party of meeting nil comers face to face In the substantiation of truth In the dcnunclatlan of falsehood mid hi the defense of my own record and by direct appeal addressed to the good sense and good feeling the higher nature and the loftier aspiration of the people to win a vote of confidence alter a lifetime of arduous disinterestedservice I did not doubt whaUhelr verdict would be after they had heard me nor do I doubt this nowConvinced finally as the result of the premature announcement in the livening Post of his candidacy that practical unanimity was out of the queston convinced further that success could not be obtained in an effort to drive other candidates from the field Mr Watterson determined to withdraw and in withdrawing be dreW this picture of the condition of the Democratic party In Kentucky Preferment Is not formebronght to the point where I must look the situa lion full In the eye I am appalled by the conditions whicn the successful can didate for office must needs meet and overcome the rogues and cheats be must court orcozen the servility be must affect or practice the obliga tions Incur the personalsolicitation Ignoble and humiliating the use of money more or less corrupt and cor rupting for though he have an over whelming majority of the people at his back there stands the machine first to be captured and then to be deployed with all that this Implies Although I have never had a ma chine I am not a stranger either to the character or the efficacy of ma ChIne methods nor do I lack some points of vantage In case I wanted to construct a machine for my own pur pose but no unclean dollar has ever passed my hand either coming or golngand I am too old to turn rascal Sometimes I have declared that I should like the people to write Goy ernor of Kentucky on my tombstone but I should ill rest in my grave IfI there were the suspicion of stain upon a letter of that honorable epitaph Realizing that it was not possible 1ALL WOMEN WIne Of Cardul is tho guardian of a womans health and hnppl neas from youth to old ago It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during tho tria- lsJof pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and mis carriage gently leads her through tho dangerous period known as tho chango of ll- foWINECARDUJ cures Icucorthooa falling of the womb and menstrual Irregularity In every form It Is valuable In every trying period of womans Ufo It reinforces tho nervous system rifts directly on tho gent tai organvand Is tho finest tonlo for woman known Ask your druggist for a 100 bouts ol WlntrolCardulitUttiTUU r Alt 11 Iron J using Wbs or Oa14ul uidrb4 ford j k Dnotht wad I tat 11 a dlnerent wonxanmad lolaeina Ii die here their the time I an tans atria sad theyrnlogItwithitHOwDIa If1IiAttwe and ItenturddeYdrlat coLireulTtUuioogm Toe I to secure the nomination with practical unanimity or otherwise he41e elded that he did not want U anyway and so he formally retires with equal thanks to friends and foesLouis vllle Post y A YOimfl UDYfi LIFE HIVED f AI Panama Colonibln by ahaatbee Inlir unlit Cholera and I lnr hoe Hfintily Dr Chas II Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter stated Last March 1 had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of nge who bad a very badat tack ol dysentery Everything I priP scrlbeed for her proved Ineffectual am she was growln worse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She bad become so weak that she cenldnoUBraoverJiibed Whal1o do at this critical moment was a stedyfor me but I thought Cham berlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarrpei Remedy and u a last resort prescribe ed it The most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours she was feeling much better Inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely well It For sale by all druggists =e a g The Change In the Supreme Court Any change In the personnel of tba United States Supreme Court is a matter of profound Interest and fm portance to all thoughtful citizens ExVice President Stevenson once called the Senate the most august assembly in the world but that die tum is rather flattering than exact lor the British House of Commons has tor greater power than the Senate There being riD written Constitution to limit legislation and no court pot sesslong the legal right to annul its Its But the Supreme Court of the United States is beyond all question the most remarkable Dud august body In Christendom It is the wonder of all Europe and the most distinctive American institution It is an Independent department of the federal government and its influence be pot icy and national life can hardly be estimated In view ol these facts one reads with bated breath1 that one of the mem bers of this tribunal Justice Gray has resigned on account of age and declining health and that President Roosevelt had appointed the Chief Justice Massachusetts Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes to succeed there tired jurist Justice Gray has served on the Supreve Bench longer then any one of his associates excepting Justice Harlaal He was appointed by President Arthur la i88r and like his successor vas at the time of his elevation chief justice ol the highest court of Massachusetts Justice Grays retirement closes a long useful distinguished and hon orable public career There have been more brilliant lawyers on the bench but Justice Grays qualities are of the solid substantial kind lIe has been precise careful painstaking sound and judicial His opinions have been marked by learning ability and force He has had to write many oil them and In the moat famous cases he has beta with tne majority of the court In the Insular tariff case his position Ras not wholly favorable to the claims of the government bnf he ac cepted the conclusion II not the log- Ic of Justices Shiras White and Me Kenno Justice Gray has earned the rest he has decided to allow himself and the people will wish him many years of peace and serene coutem platlon Chief Justice Holmes who succeeds Justice Gray Is one of the most prog resslve and Independent men on the American bench He Is over sixty one years of age and has had a more varied experience than the average judge His military career was brief but highly creditable and since 1866 he has devoted himself to the law He is singularly well Informed but learn lag has not made him a slave to pre cedent He Is the author of several refreshing and bold dissenting opin ions In socalled labor cases he has taken the modern the advanced the enlightened view discarding ana chronistic and obsolete notions of the earlier common law He befelvea In the right oi labor to combine and to use all lawful means In the assertion ol its rights He is opposed to the abuse of the injunction Massachusetts loses an eminent fit and able judge but her sacrifice la the nations gain President Roose velt Is to be heartily congratulated oa an admirable and excellent appoIn- tment The result of the change maybe notable and far reaching la more than one direction OaIB1OnXABurst 8isutsrs t- a tr ct Henry L Shattack of Shellaberg Iowa was cured ora stomach trouble with which he had bees afflicted for years by four boxes ofChamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried many others reme dies and a number of physicians with out relief For sale by all druggists AWtTTOOSTMISTRESS TOROWLY ESCAPES DEATH TJr t7JJiH et wornf ailu lr r1 7Utl 4t Rk TIAm M le- prdi0a iyaptoaaue ltfast palplfsHteittheUraaek Them beglnlf k series of xperlment With B4i la v m jr tebtifeb frSick htsfeflk rUk KMUetaw fir arvou pistrjtda tt ljlUUm of thehoaif NI t thus medidaesass yyygea4 Vteau thy do amplahttPFa1Ayasytom kjr run ylag toM use SyrteadoI tea diruIM t Tfrj wean wakeas vrr fuctUm K praaaat can can x cU ulU the system catarrh L raydTfcU Is xaetljr what F rua will de lIlJi Alma Vex Assistant Fcwtai ITMI of Oram I 0 wrltea tIbv totq a grist lutttnr from chronic dlteasl aced ijtjiftl tt an yearn K wiX anttd a saga earn UU I trill alht r teat Ik heat phy IclaBi with rlytag mash k Qtflt all iilei 1atetat4lU t But teltaid each aJaarT feeling ta jay lUaack ud chat At ftmu Iwald be ss airy o sZe nU Uer uye around me Ihad bn given ap U dl Oiw diva ttttad teat me OM ot Dr- llarteaaanpamphlela aid I decided to wiIU U him H addsd Perna sad MaaalU aid sitter taking tk asdlclae Myheaday sUstMh Wis reU4T 4 ell J- eiDrSlJ Hertaa Presides t f olumWn 0 ghsadvlce to hole rI H I I CHOWNEn KINO EDWARD MRS JENNIE MORTON Last yeas When the Queens me morlaltervicea were held Mrs Mar ton stated W her pddresaat Prank fort referring to the young Queen sixty years prior kneeling the Dean of Canterbury and asking hcav Mrs Morton stated that we have seen these blessings come upon her reign and the round world has not had room enough toreceive them nor the inn to set upon them The Queen In her glory moved down taro the skles Tbb they situ not her raiment ol p of Hghton her angelic head Nor her gaard the great star there iavisibly ted But the worljl her son thro her power crowned King Despite the prediction gainst scepter arid ring Despite the othsaylag believed the world round liThe of Victoria would never be crowned Israel throne thro her lineage to the Briton came down She there with stars to be Israel crown And glvetlme thIs augury from Gods prltee scroll will lead thee sad keep thee from pole unto pole In thy shall all Israel arise aad be blest thy throne be established from eat unto west And the Isles of the sea shall all trust Slowly Cots of Early Day Too wrtji Biblical references to ptaeea of shyer do In original convey idea of coins but of wclghta shekels Tool Mosaic cblatUn to tied was n hilt shekel and the shekel U ex plained Joitpnus a equal t four Athenian drdcbtwe of a altabtut B5J4 anti Ih American maf1 The Lot Jewlahi colnai undtr authority It to believed struck l SIIIIthe llaccabc about th year 140 U C It consisted of shekels and halt shekels This cetoagi had It value signified uPon It bckel Israel In Samaritan characters the to What particular kind of athltlcr Ob fbe ontaettle that until baatidledupthe various costumes Chleigo Poet f of e sayafterperfecthealthBefore anf yourremedies 1 could anything I lived on barley war and Ponopcptln fur two years ZyerybodyEveryone sayaI am looking like a rose I would advise all suffering women to take your remedies I know If it were not for Verona and Manalln I would hIVe been In my grays today I cannot thank ypu enough for the kind adTic have glren moMISS ALMA L COX Senator M Butler ex Governor of Wasb11D1ton been using your medicine for aabort period sad I feel very much relieved It If Indeed a wonderful medicine and besides apeat tosktM C Butler Peruna restores health In a normal way PenuapmU right all tkamneona mem hraaut tktW4raai la this reo store thu fearer1veryorgan of The Hmrtmtm SaalUHusi I- rs trttduring the tummtrmoaths ntmintn tll THE POETS CORNER Ii +t4 f THE AT TilE CORONATION OF VII C with ensblessinglaponherreign dyaIlorahe saw son waa her stow I sad And not the the by was r eesbersays she CiTORS9Han- stlti lbaLhfTieMI1tfhlR9k11td- glgaatue sol eat you 0 In thine arms And the stars in their courses defend vthee with charms No sorcerer knows and no canqttcror can break i For I the Lord God will not Israel forsakesOh daughter ol Zion 0 Queen reg neat yet Thro Kings and Tro Princes where suns never set Oh thou mother of sovereigns to an ancient throne willed Sure the promise of eaven to the was fulfilled For bla name sake he blest thee and called thee his own And the worlds glory met In array at thy throne WhiR thy son Englands sovereign came to be crowned With the crown and the scepter oer lands without bound Be with him still with thy wisdom direct The hand that now trembles stretch ed forth to protect A world thats so wldet and a nation so great Only God and Victoria its rule can dictate Let him keep thy Redeemer the Lord God of Hosts Let His name blest forever be known thro the toasts Then peace like a river shall brighten his sway And the throne of all Israel be his throne today Now away with soothsayers their lore is disowned The Rings In his kingdom now crowned and enthroned Making Thai Cheerful She was a woman who was method teal In berdlsclpllno Now Willie oho said you have disobeyed me but I wont whip you now because were going to bare com pany for dinner and I want you to look bright and cheerful and pleasant but after theyve gone Im going to give you the worst whipping you ever had Now hurry up and get dressed for I want you to look nice and happy Chicago post 1 t 10 J A Dad Cue that the bees have to visit 8000000 blossoms la order to gather a pound of honey Voollih bees Ono trip to my sweethearts Ups would bo quite enough ClovdandTlaln Dealers1 f yr Nat Too LtbraLrParishioner Tuo people are com plaining that you are too liberal Unorthodox Pastor Oh thats a mistake my dear sir a great mistake I am Just as stingy as tho rest of you New York Weekly I TiII aHartford Republican Iwnrdbylhe Ilarllnnl lnMI blnR Cmnpnnv nxcnirotATini JOIN lltVKY TIIOMAN Dilllor m- orCrALTn011Cc ctnblncJ4 nouh nlvor FRIDAY AUGUST 2- 2Itnleol AtvrrlUlnir 1JrftDDt nJtertlMCifnU tOo per tich ant luiwrllon W per IDb rttk lIIoDIIffllon HlwclAl nite oi warty contract t Localvolhrlocperflueart luwrtlon rc pff llnf onch nd Jltlonal lnNtll- onRepublican Ticket For Aip llnte jnilK3nit ni l- JvnoE n LD uvrrv ilorgantuwu r t AMVOUXCEMEXTN for Circuit Judge W rnaothoriMdtO eeeopnce WTpWENI ol DuTlMa roust e a c4ndld U for Circuit Judge la the Mitk Judicial Dlitrlct ob cUothe action ol the Democratic lartyiTHOSE who have observed Marls Hanna character closely win take him seriously when he sly he does not want the nomination forihe Pres idency but as we eeeat death only can cheat tfio Republican party of his nomination in 1004 HON R W Slack of Owcneboro is in town on legal business The Republicans of the 2nd district IUD urging Mr Slack to make the race for congress and if ho decides to do BO the Hon A O Stanley will ex press his regrets about November 5 ATTORNEYS 8 R Wedding C bL Barnett and M L Heavrin will go before Judge ORear at Frankfort Tuesday and ask that the injunction restraining the Democratic Commit tee of the Sixth Judicial District from holding a primary election on November 4 a regular election day dissolved by special Judge Helm in Circuit Court here be reinstated AGAIN we assure the Hartford Herald that we feel no very great Interest in tho Democratic contest for the nomination for Circuit Judge We just happened to make the pass ing remark that some of the Demo crats were saying they did not think Mr Birkheada legal ability measured up to tho standard required for a CIr- cuit Judge Really we dont know the measure of Mr Birkheads legal ability except from what the lawyers say of it Personally we regard Mr Birkhead very nice gentleman but we have heard Democratic lawyers of both Hartford and Owensboro say referring to hit legal ability that his election would be a public misfortune But as the Democratic party will be responsible for the conduct of their judge if they elect one we are will ing for them to have whom they willI COL Henry Watterson is the most unsearchable unknowable unfath omable and mysterious character in Kentucky politics He withdraws or rather declines to make the race for Governor in the following interesting disquisition on practical poll tics rrrlrrmrnt Irn nut for nie HrouKht to the punt where I must look tb MtuaUon toll In the eye I am appallvd l j the condition which tbe lumKiful candidate for office taunt nude meet nod overcome the rogues and cbeata he auit court or town the wtnlUtj be oat meet the obligation Incur the her nonal olkltotlou Ignoble and hamlllatlnir the DM ol money more or lee corrupt and corrupting for though be have an over whelming majority ot bli bock tberetand- the machine lint to be captured and thin to Iw ileploixl with all that this Implln That he can thus lash his slaves and still receive their Homage proves him a master in his field Tho aver age Democratic leader could not use the rod and live Mr Watterson uses it and leads THE GOVERNOR MUST APPOINT For a hundred years when a Cir cuit Judge for any reason vacated the bench tho local bar elected a special judge to preside over the court The late legislature took this power from the local attorneys who should and do know best the fitness of their own members for this posi tion and put it in the hands of the GovernorAll under our form of popular government ia supposed to bo done at the demand of the con stituents of the legislators But here was a statute enacted for which the people had not asked and of which the masses as yet do not know No bar in fhe State had petitioned for its enactment Then it will no doubt in terest our readers to know why the law was passed The people will not have forgotten that while Mr Bradley was Governor a Democratic legislature took from the Governor the power to appoint certain officials and placed it in the hands of commissions selected by tho legislature the sole purpose of which was to place Democrats in office a species of legislation that brings rep resentative government into popular contemptThe of the recentstatlte referred to is oven more inexcusable It was enacted to remedy no evil com plainedof by the bar or the people nor was it exacted with any definite reference to the courts of the various districts of the State hut it was en acted to prevent the bar of asinglo county from selecting a special judge r Q = to preside over the trials of two men whom tbe Democrats seek to hang be cause they had the courage to deny the right of Beckbams crowd to steal tbe State offices to which Republicans had been elected Judge Cuutrill has been selected as the tyrauical instrument to make the stealing of the State offices respecta ble by hanging Caleb Powers and Jim Howard But it became appar ent to the Democratic leaders that CantnlPb refusal to vacate the bench at the trial of these men was so flag rant a violation of the law that the Court of Appeals would be to force him to do so ThcGcorgctownI bat is Democratic but they have n higher conception of the administration of justice than the hounding per secutors of Powers and Howardand it was to prevent this bar electing a decent special judge who would pre side at these trials with dignity andI fairness that the law was passedIBcckharn is a candidate fur reelec lion His party has not denied that he occupies an office to which W S Taylor was elected but justify the theft by the charge that Powers and Howard killed Goebel know that ho Court of ApI pealswilt not allow these men punished on a conviction secured without testimony but they hope to continue to secure convictions until alter the State election next year By transferring the power to ap point a special judgo to preside at these trials to a Governor whose sole claim to his office depends upon the conviction of these men tbe Demo cratic leaders can safely dependupon his appointing a special judge who will outCantrill Cantrill if such a thing bo possible in administering injustice to Powers and Howard If we do not mistake the sense of justice of the people of Kentucky tho 40000 majority of a few years ago will continue to diminish in response- to such legislative outrages until jus tice may again be had in the courts of the Commonwealth r Union of Hearts Mr Dyer Davis Cromwell to Miss Annie Borah Cromwell Mr D L Withers Fordsville to Miss Sara M Cravens Fordsvllle Mr Ira II ClarkiEtnaville to Miss Susan Hoskins CtnavllIe Mr J W Hzsll Fordsvllle to Miss Mauda Thomas Fordsvllle Mr Noel W Moseley Narrows to Emily Sharp Magan Mr J T Magan Sulphur Springs to Miss Betta Johnson Sulphur Springs I Mr G W White Ceralvo to Miss Bessie Maddox McHenry Mr William Spencer Jamestown I to Miss Rudie Duncan Jamestown PtRDSVILLE- Fordsvllle awoke last Friday Morn Ing to find herself the center of a f2S 000 sensation the account of which has been very minutely given in many of our papers Never before has our little town been filled with so muchexcitement people thronged in night and doyuntll the prisoner were taken to the jail at Hartford Monday afternoon A special train came in over the I C railroad Sunday after noon bringing several prominent men to investigate the supposed robbery Among them were Supt F D Ad ams of the American Express Com pany from St Louis L W Harts horn of Chicago chief of the secret service of the company and J II Schumacher a Pinkerton detective Mr Harry Taylor of Hartford was in town Monday engaged by the prosecution jn the case of Schlletzbaum and Boatner charged with embezzle ment of 28000 Mr H L Wallace of Deanefield was in town as a witness at the examining trial of Schlletzbaum and Boatner Monday Mrs Willard Bates who has been visiting her sister Mrs A B Mc Carty has returned to her home In Owensboio Mrs J B Rtulrow ol Narrows visited her mother Mrs Walker here TuesdayMr Stevett and daughter Miss Suth of Skillman Brecklnrlflge county who have been spending several days with relatives here have returned home Mr D C Moorman of Glendeane was in town Monday Mrs Byro Bean and Miss Effie Bean of Dundee spent Tuesday with Mrs Ream Smith Mr J H Thomas the genial editor of our paper Tug REPUBLICAN was In town Monday Miss Stella Aries of Caneyvllle is visiting Mrs Shrewsberry- Mr James DeWeese School Super intendent ot our county passed through our town Monday night en route from Owensboro to his home near Trisler Misses Ara Mary and Ellen Snt ton of Owensboao are visiting their many friends hereIMrs Clarence Morrison ot Hart ford who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Morrison since Sunday wentI to Reynolds Wednesday visit relaI tives Miss Jean Duncan ol McHenry who has just computed her course in elocution to a large class here teturn ed to her home Sunday nightIMiss Margaret Marks who has been visiting in Owensboro came out Saturday to be with Miss Alma Ford until Monday when she returned to her home In Hartford R BOLD ATTEMPT To Rob the American Ex i press Company i of 28000 J W Boatner and A B Schliet baum Held to Answer for tbe Attempted Robbery J W nO1lner and A n Schlletz haunt are In jilt hcrrrhnrgrd with nt tempting to lOtUle Amulnn Ux pies Company of 128 ooo nt Iuidc vlllc Friday night Bonteer and Schllezbaum wte given an examining trial before Rtquiri T A Evans at Fordsville Monday and held in the sum ol J 1000 each which they were unable to give to await the action of toe grand jury tt answer to the charge of attempting ti defraud the American Express Company Boatner claims to hail from Cali RIloltowerhis father is a fugitive from justice and lives In a California town but refuses to name the town lie says his father gave him f28001 and told him not to put it in a tank but to carry It on his person Schlczbaum ws depot i nJe XI rear agent at Ioidiivlltu Thursday afternoon Boatuer ape preached the express agent at Dean field and wanted to express 28000 to Fordsville The agent told Boat ner that the rules of the company would not allow him to receive a pack age for transmission the value of which exceeded 5000 Boatner left at once for Owensboro and Friday morning expressed from that city to Pordsvllle the package which bt claimed contained 28000 and tele phoned the agent at Fordsville not to put the money in bank as he wall beat Fordivlllecn 7 pmtralu to tab charge of it- Boatner arrived at Fordsvllle on the 7 oclock pi m train Friday but did not call on the agent for the pack age but went Immediately to the Howard House About S oclock Schllctzbautu call ed for Boatner at the Howard house and the two walked down the street some distance and were in consulta tion about fifteen minutes Boatner returned to the Howard House and Schlietzbaum the depot When Schlletzbaum got to the de pot a boy was waiting for him with a call to the Harrison exchange Schlletzbaum started to the exchange and according to his story when in the rear ot Wilson Shrewsbury s store a masked man tapped him on the shoulder and with a drawn revol ver ordered him to hold up his hands and say nothing According to Schlletchbaums story a second party appeared upon the scene and the two robbed him of the package containing the 28000 After relieving him of the express package they told him they did not want to hurt him but te keep his mouth closed and go with them Scblietbaum says they went ul the Texas road about a mile to the water tank where the robbers halted to divide the proceeds of the robbery He says the larger of the two men took from his pocket a small lamp the pressing on a spring of which lighted It and proceeded to open the package and divided the contents He says he saw the entire 28000 counted bill by bill and that the money was In bills of large denomi nations Schlletzbaum says the robbers while counting the money talked freely with him in regard to their motives for the robbery They said Boatner several months ago robbed their father ot 30000 and that they had followed him tom city to city and from village to village awaiting an opportunity to recover the money that rightfully belonged to their fath er and that this was the first chance they had had to recover It Schlletzbaum says when they reach ed a point about ten miles from Fords vllle the robbers told him they were going to dope him That the dope was harmless except to produce a few hours sleep and that he could take the dope and sleep a few hours while they escaped or could take a heavier diet and sleep through all eternity He says he decided to take the former and took a couple ot swallows ol a very nasty tasting fluid and soon fell asleep When he awoke he found it difficult to collect his senses and wondered where he was and what had happened When he had gotten his mental bearings he telephoned par ties at Fordsville ol his whereabouts and experience of the night before Marshal S 0 Keown and Deputy Sheriff Jo Roberts left Fordsvllle early Saturday morning in search ot Schllezbaum whom public sentiment had implicated in the reputed robbery and found him at Falls of Rough Scbllelzbaum was arrested there and brought back to Fotdavllle The officials at Fordsvllle at once auspicloned Boatner and Schlletzbaum attempting to rob the American Express Company Boitner left Fordsville on 430 Texas traU Saturday for Louisville and Marshal Keown telephoned the Mar shal of Irvlngton to arrest Boatner upon his arrival there which wasdone When Marshal Keown took charge of Boatner at Irvington the prisoner appeared very unconcerned about the matter remarking the American Itx t u MALARIAInviaiule f Means bad air and whether it Enemy to Healthcomes from the low lauds and marshes of the country or the filthy rcvcni nut drain pipes of the cities and towns its effect upon the human system is the same These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken tip by tile blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible fo Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because the liver and fall to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so Muted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of on indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The germs and orisons that so nut weaken the hotly and destroy the lifegiving properties the blood rendering it thin and water be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can dope to get rid of Malaria and its effects S S S toes this and quickly produces an entire change in the blood reaching organ stimu lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health improves nut the appetite increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Potash Arsenic or other mineral in S S S It is strictly and entirelrn vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our gladly help you by their advice to regain your health Book on blood mid skin diseases sent free Tilt sWIFT SPECIFIC co Atlanta Ga press company had 28000 of his money and he guessed he would get it when he called for ItIBoatner WAS viller and he and SchlielzbaumwereIe kept under gdard until Monday when they were brought before Inquire T A Evans tit Fordavllle for examin ing trial The trial ofBoitner and Schllclzbaum before Esquire divans Monday attracted the largest crowde that ever attended n cutitt film at Ioidsville Fully one thousand out of town people were in town wheu the cases were called for trial The evidence developed the facts chiefly as stated above Uoatner had been stopping at Deanfield about two weeks lie claimed to be wanting to bny mineral lands but no evidence was offered to prove that be had once ed to buy or even looked over lands of any kind While at Deanfield Boatner had several letters and at least one visit from Schlietzhiura the Agent aj Fordsvllle Nothing 4s known of Bonnets past history until be came to Oneasboro and registered at the Roby Hotel about three weeks ago I Schlielzbaum had been until recent ly depot agent at Dawson Ky and had been at Fordsvltle only about three weeks He is reported tcfhavc made several proflers to exchange places with the railroad agent at Deanfield and to have offered him 2500 for the exchange Court Notes Dan T Wilson vs K C Dyers land suit hung jury In tbfaction of CJt Crowder vs J J Ames tHe jury brought In a ver diet for plaintiff lor 50 Attorney R W Slack of Offens boro presided as Circuit Judge yesterday In place of Judge W T Owen who was absent and he made an excellent judge All cases on the trial docket thai have not been tried were continued generally Resolutions of Respect Ata regular meeting of Rough River Lodge No no Knights ol Pythla- held in Castle Hall at Hartford Ky on Tuesday evening August 12th 1932 the following resolutions were offered and by the Lodge unanimously adopted towlt- WHEREAS The members ot this lodge have learned with regret that the Angel of Death has come to the home of a brother Knight and our be loved townsman T Larkin Griffin the father of our brother Z Wayn- Griffin has been called fioai the activ ties of life to that sleep which awaits us each at the end of this little jour ney therefore be it now by Lodge Resolved1st we the officers and members of Rough River Lodge Knights ot Pythias tender to our dear brother Wayne Griffin the tenderest sym pathy of his brother Knights that out hearts are bowed with his tonight under the weight of this terrible be reavemcnt and to him and his family each member of this lodge asks to hallowed e to extend now a hand of helpfulness and lomeact of love and to point out through the gloom of sor rows night the stars that shineI beyondSecond We commend to our broth er as worthy of his imitation th knightly character of the father who has gone before He was pun U1ous ly honest and proudly honorable he was kindly as the tenderest woman and he was noble and pure as the knlghtliest manIn his business re lations he was always enterprising and successful and his long business career was one of fixed Integrity As a citizen he was progressive and pub lie spirited always responding to every call for the betterment of his fellows and giving helpful encouragement to every worthy institution He was a losing andllvotellltI band and father and the tritest and bravest and strongest of friends n Christian gentleman a kindly manly man lie loved mankind and male the world brighter and better for his hay uIrlltellngfaithuniverse who cloth all things well and to the consolations of His promise and lilt live we commend our broken brother May these KnlchH together with all those who knew Iud lovedour brothersloved one Met again on that last great daya wilted brotherhood to sbnrc the blessings of life eternal Ctlunsbrother md that they be spread at q large upon the records of Thus LnJge KRNEST WOODWARD 3 Jons TMOOUB I Com DICK D RINCO J CENTRAL GROVE Riv R W Dank filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church preachledeleven Mr Edgar Miller is on the sick list + Mr L P fancy and family Ow ensburii arc visiting iclitivcs In this cummiiiiity MiKti Marge Klimvoot was the guest ol Mrs T G Hunter Saturday night and Sunday Miss Georgia Thompson ol Union county is visiting her sister Mrs D L Miller Mrs C R Carson Centertown spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Klvlra Miller School is growing In Interest with Mrs Bosket teacher and Miss LadlePark assistant Master Byron Miller Williams Mints spentilast week with his grand parents Rev and MrsR M Miller MrR P Miller Ovensboro visited relatives In the community recently Mr M W Southard and family visited relatives in Ceralvo jSatnrday night and Sunday Mr Ira Fulkmoiand family Btav er Dam were the guests of Mr J T Row ts family fatnday night L4Theof every bottle of the genuine OWENS PIN MIXTURUthe baby e friend from bir until he has his teeth All druggists Mr Manna as the Pacificator Glancing Oer the pres ol the coun try a remarkable change can be seen in the public estimate ol Senator Mark A Hanna over that of five years ego The man who at the outset of the Presidential campaign of 1896 was reviled cs the Incarnatfot ol that spirit supposed to be abroad in the land for the purpose olgrlnding down and pauperizing the workingmen for the benefit of a few rich men Is now devoting the closing ol his life to a honorable effort to bring together the forces of labor and capital FORDSYILLEsMr and Mrs W K Jones visited the family of Mr Bud Truman Sun day afternoon The school at this place Is progress- Ing nicely under the management ot Prof Fowler Messrs George Kelley and Ton Moore ot Deanfield were in town Saturday Miss Ella Jones will visit her aunt nexteweek Mr Marlon Ralph has moved from this place to his old home In Magan Catarrh Cannot bo Curod with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease And In order to core it yon mutt take internal remedies Hall Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and murnn- surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is quack medicine It was by one ol the best physicians in this regular the beat tonics known combined with with the best blood purifies acting directly on the muclos surface The prefect comblnotlons of the two Ingre dients is what produces much wonv derful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free 0e750 hulls Family Pills ale the best For Sale The Judge Baird property near the Water Mill There are nine acres of ground a large twostory residence in good repair Also alT necessary out buildings and a fine well of water For further particulars call on or address A C Etus Agt tf Hartford Ky CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hays Always Bought Hears thep The Philadelphia Times says Mr Bryan ought to listen to the voice of the Democratic party but if he accented the advice the poor man would become slightly crnu ed da he heard Carmack Joe WheellerFltz VugS Le and Patterson of Colorado Olney and Tom Johnson Hill and James Gorman and Bailey about a paramount issu- eD LFITOI4LAle- srthl ibe lad Yot lists SBevihIt 8lgtuta 1I re f nI r 1 = a 4 MAKING IT PLAIN r A wise man or woman is always 1I00kingfor the store where he gets rc value for what Ile spends tie looks at the quality first quantity secon He knows that the spurious use all their powers in imitating the good ry comes where he knows he can get real value for what he spends whcr they sell at a narrow margin and do a large volume of business large wellmade Coats Vests Pants Straw elegant Ovcrshirts Summer Collar elegant Neckties An wishing to be in accord with the season should come to store Our stocks of airly Waist Skirt and Dress Goods will certainly surprise you We can please you in quality price Our Slippers Hosiery t sols Vests Fans Etc arc all built to your liking and we have steel dedlfcing prices on them Broken lots of goods odds ends a big reduction in prico If Have Good Corn for SaleCometo us J tft I l3r It15 L31xO Bcl r lJeur Your Tongue If Its coated your stomach is bad liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate ZSc All oIrunlot Nat 7eunnoun 100 Iwera a heaaUnt brown or f Tpcule BUCKINGHAMS KfEfoAfiskon 1 N t1yN N e Mud n ta Mw K SULPHUR SPRINGS atEcrops wonderfullyRev Jenkins is conducting a meeting atfDundee at this writing Rev R Romans ol near Ilirlin preached at Schroader School Preset Sunday at eleven oclccft and expects to protract a few days Miss Lula Johnston who has been visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity for several weeks has re turned to Louisville today Killed By Lightning nHenry Taylor a farmer living nor Pleasant Ridge was killed by light ping during the electrical torm Wednesday night It was a Sultry night and Mr Taylor was lying on the floor in a dralt of air when struck We are Informed that Mr Taylors home is in OweBsborp but he with his two sons were raising a crop on a term nest Pleasant Ridge The boys were ahccked by the lightning that killed their tether Mr Taylor had two daughters who were with their mother at Owensboro Called Meeting The Sons ol Veterans will have a called meet ng nt the court house September 6 at z p m livery member is urged tube present B S CIIAUIIKKLIN Cnpt lor t iiilMllinlliii rOlIdleuuclrecllr harmleu WiDer llle o SMALLHOUS Lucydson are Messrs George Maddox Wilt Mad dox and little Beatrice Maddox Rock port Ky were the guests of Mr M P Mndox Sunday who Is quite III of Malarial fever Mr and Mrs Tom Her Center town was In our midst Sunday and attended church at Equality Rev G W Shugart Beaver Darn filled hla regular appointment at Equality Sunday- A much needed rain fell here last Tuesday which was accompanied by a severe wind storm that did much damage in the neighborhood near here We learned that five barns were blown to the grown Messrs Marlon Kimbey Will Fulkerson Lee Addingtou Marlon Calvert and lien ry Brown Mrs Blown also had a kitchen blown down Mrs James Barnett and son Ow ensboro are the guests of her brother Mr Buck Fulkerson who is quite 111 Our school began last Monday with G White as teacher Pror- White and wife moved Into our midst last Saturday They have rented a house of Mrs Jennie Balls Mrs Charlie OVerton accidently stuck a nail in her foot which is very painfulMisses Ida and Eulah Addlngton have recently returned from a visit to relatives in Muhlenburg county Messrs A M Hunt and A R Ross were the gurttiof Misses Kate and Nell Robertson of near Godman Sunday Born to the wile ot Mr J C Hiltj 17th lust a six pound girl t Mr Robert Hunter is suffering with rheumatism this week a Summer Comfortv Consists in a part in having lightweig Clothing Buy one of our nice Scrg and a lightweight a nice u todate Hat a pair of tiptodatcminul Shoes lightweight fancy Underwear tt new Tan Madras the comfortable nc and one of our Invitation Everybody dressed our comfortable and Para and at You See vc your allcireumIUCI kt Big Success tOur present sale has been a big success 1 and we will continue to sell at the same neight1 arc for you too Below we quote you a I few of our many bargains 4Shoes I Uojit forgot that wo 4hnudle tho celebrated Brown Shoo Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Dont fail to see thorn tL bolero buying oho whoro + liens Shoes 1 up Ladies Shoos 9ch- ildrenaShoesGf3c np up c Dress Goods Etc 4420e Ijiwiis Me ICc Lawns 12e lOc Lawns 8c 8e Ijuvns tics l Heat Calico lie Mens Clothing Mens Wool SuitsS250 Youths sizes 14 tJ19 I 225 up IJoys Suits G5o u p Top Shirt 25c up v Untlertihi its and Diawvf cee ota 40e suit Big lino hints t mio and see them- Notions f Factory Cotton 4ic Bleach Cotton Co Shirting 5c Good Dud Ticking 12c Shooting1CcBig Hosiery 4 Suspenders Gloves Inltfl Tiiw Etc iDonar in the HandI 4 j a great deal about dif I ferentkinds of dollars but the dollar Iq t IS- I ft the hand is the best dollar on earthtCome to our store and see what a pile fI GOODS you can get for a very small Cs 1amountj t SAM BACH HARTFORD KY d of i West Kentucky Semina I V- AI 1 Teachers Training School1 Beaver Dorm Ky Sfcssioft e190JVvWill offer thorough work in Common School nrjnc ice Music Language Literature History Philosophy P da gory nthemntics anti Natui l Scioncp Also t ex1efl iiS o ourso in Bookkeeping Shorthnnd and Typewriting I 1 fill havo largo classes in till departments The School has b h reorganized and several nqw fc turcs added 18ko ho Work interesting and progrtfesivrf A full Orchestra will bQ mniniii1cajmd Wlli furl sliV music on all public occasonsV tAll music loons wU Be given attho Studio next door to College building eW aror Catalogue For further information addressrJ M MATHENY Rresidefit J or J HAM BARNES V Presl Iti J Y 1 muemt 1 1 uw More G rsMone A t Same Goods for Less Mon Than any other house in Ohio county is what FAIR CO are 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 Instance rcfLadies neck Vest loodjiiwhly Black Hoso 5c Extra grnclo Ribbed Hoso lOc Ladies Belts1Oc Nico quality Ladies Iltihtlkorcluofa lOc IttC G Summer CoreoUj 500 Ladies Girdle Coverts 50c Remnant stock of Lawns worth lOc to 15o ntt80Ladies Oxford Ties regular 135 quality 100 Nice Ii21c Extra gnido black Parasols 50c 2He grade Embroideries to closo atrl5c Fall Dress Goods Wo hove received our ailvanco shipment of Black Woolen Dress Goods and Nancy Woolen Waistings also our complete Him of Fancy Outing Flannels which are now really for your inspection Would it out bo wiso to buy early and got the full benefit of your fall wear Prices aro as low now and styles arc the same as they will bo later on Woolen Driers Goods 25c to 125 yd Fancy Flannel aistingH25c to 75c Choice selection of OutillbHl0cMc- CaU Patterns can bo hall at our pattern count or Prico lOc and 15cnono higher Also tho Sep o tombor Fashion Sheetfree Call and got one Keep yourself posted on the latest fall styles Bring us your Produce All kinds taken in ox change for Merchandise THE PLACE IS tI J 7 t It It I it IIIII Ii II It 11111 H IIIIII Ai I Ii II IIIII Ai t BJllouaneM Makes Chronic Invalids fftica die Uvr Ie torpid tad UlU to do lu wars the bile nun UM blood M vtrulcat pouon Tbra- eooe ooutipiUoB bUlotuaeM aka bedcb even Md mtlvU Tb poly Iruimul that gttM the Urer Jut the nfbl touch aM taro NMunt work IB the rlgbt manner ts D AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS L TU pm louche the live tad lbs pelleu roc tan tjttem JB dos tar JI4al eat rSeeeta and wa lees your tale It xeMdlaly bid you V will bt roil before you Bnltb them Sample free for aaIe M r aU doter 11 For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I Good Horse Sense will tell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat yet some coffee roasters glare their coffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts Just pure unadulterated undisguised eoffesf never covered up with any glazing of any kind Itattom qatlKy mod lr tfan t r Uiur4 by tht tetltd pktg r I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 22 City Restaurant Tweddell makes good meal Try hlmiftided duringCourt at City Restaurant Soda Water lemonade Phosphates at City Restaurant Highest market price paid for wheat at J W Fords Water Mill Mr J B Wilton has bought a hall interest In the flouring mill at TUcUeco FotFloariMetl Sugar Coffee Bar con Lard Candles and a general line ol fresh Many grocerlecnUou J W Ceoc i lumber of any dlmen iteipply to FIX Sandtfnr Uilj lour miles South oi Denver DamiMr Oar Davis and Miss Annie Borah of Cromwell were tattled in the County Court Clerks office Wednesday Jndge Jamea P Miller per t foraedfthe ceremony Go to the City Restaurant Cheese Sausage Dried Beef c at City Restaurant Mr J A Anderson our efficient foreman is on the sick list this week Mr Vlrgie Cooper has accepted a position in Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store The Hartford boys skinned the Wysox teamat the ball ground here Saturday score 14 to 9 in favor of the home boys R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located southend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf A wee bit oi a visitor arrived Tues fot an indefinite stay with the weeterjreJdor e gT Varnctt Gos rift shop will open at 4 oclock tomorrow morning Fresh and bulk meats and pure leaf lard Telephone No m Mr Ab Sharp a farmer living out In the Washington neighborhood had a fine cow killed by lightning during the storm Wednesday night r e e po Sec Mack Ragland for tickets to the Concert Monday night Prof J B Davidson opened his I school at Schnltstown Monday Wesley Smiths Colored Concert troupe will be at the court house six nights next week The negro as a muslcianls mimic al Hear Smiths troupe at the court house Monday night Uncle Laban Wright ol Rosine is very sick Uncle Labe Is ninety years old and his troubles are chiefly due to old age Wesley Smith the fatuous negro muslclan find his concert troupe will open a weeks engagement at the court house Monday night Prof J A Sandbach of Prledaland called on us Wednesday Prof Sand bach will teach the New Baymus school near Narrows this fall A copious rain fell over nearly the entire county Wednesday and the largest crop 01 corn and tobacco in the countys history is assured Miss Minnie McIntyre is sickand has not been at the exchange for a week The patrons of the Home exchange wish for her a speedy re covery Mr Will Pair is having a Hew real tlllbecompleted and will be ready for occupancy within a short time Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilera for the Richmond Steam Laundry Best work brought to Hartford or no charge RAGLAND PATIK Agents t Everybody should hear Smiths Colored Concert troupe at the court house Monday night Admission id and r5 cents reserved seats 25 cents Tickets on sale at County Clerks office Mr Sam Coy an old and respectable farmer living near Dundee died Tnea day of an attack of levers and was burled Wednesday at tbe Midkiff burying ground nearSulphur Springs The preliminary survey of the rail road from Beaver Dam to Hartford has been completed and negotiations for rails and equipments are well un der way Look out for the train when the bell rings Mr Prank Wright died at his rest dence about five miles East of town Wednesday and was buried at the Milton Taylor graveyard yesterday Mr Wright was a soldier In the war of the sixties and was an excellent citizen I berby set my son Edgar Taylor free with the right to sue and be sued and to transact any and all business In his own name and J will not be re sponsible or any oi his debts or cots tUfts GW TAVWR August 20 1902 54t Special arrangements have been made with an employment bureau whereby the graduates of the com bined course In Central Business Col lege may secure a position R H HANKINS Pres POrt SALHOne So acre farm well watered and improved one half hill and onehalf bottom two miles South west oi Magan Ohio county Ky also stock and farming implements on same LON RALru 4ta Magan Ky Mr James Tichenorafarmer living near Point Pleasant had three fine horses killed by lightning last Friday lust after noon The horses were standing nnder a tree which was struck and the three horses were kill ed Instantly Hartford College and Business In stitute will open Its dcors Monday for the fall term The faculty of this in stitution fqr thorough and practical work cannot be excelled in the State and the college building and grounds are the most beautiful in Western Kentucky Strayed or stolen on Sunday night August 17 one black mare about 15 hands high nine years old shod all around when left home in good con dltiou one white fore foot and white star in forehead Finder will please turn to Carson Co Hartford ICy and be rewarded Everybody should get ready to come to Hartford and spend the first four days of October at the Ohio County Fair More attractions will be secured for the fair this year than have ever been offered before A large number of nice premiums are offered and every farmer and his wife in Ohio county should prepare to compete for some of them Mr James Magan and Miss Birdie Johnson of Sulphur Springs were married here last week G J Bean Miss Johnson who is a daughter of Mr T P Johnson left home in the morning ostenslvely to go to Salem to church and returned In the affernoon Mrs Magan The secrecy of the wedding was due en tidy to the fondness of the young people for novelty DONT WAIT X knew how SCOTKS rHULS10N would build you up increase your weight strengthen your w ak throat and lunXs and putyou in con dition Tor you would b to take it now trylLSCOTT409413 street liew I Soc andrroo sitdrua4ta e DESPERRTE DEEDS Planned and Partially Execut ed by Prisoners In the County Jail I Bars of the Outer Wall Cut and Inner Door Almost Cut Frem Hinges e A Deed More Desperate Than Jail Breaking Contemplated By exercising that diligence and caution that has made him one of the best jailers ever elected by the voters olOblo countyJailer Black dlscovered Saturday morning that desperate deeds had been planned and attempts made to execute them by the prisoners confined in the north division oi the county jail Jailer Black had heard an unusual lot of singing whistling etc among the jail birds Friday night and sus pecting that something rbng went up In the cell looms Saturday morning and made a close Inspection of the condition oi the cell walls On the west side ot the north cell near the flour a number of the Iron bars had been sawed In two Jailer Black questioned the prisoners closely but each claimed to know nothing about the matter v Later In the day Jailer Black dis covered that the hinges of the door leading from the north to the south cell division were practically cut off To have this Incident understood we should explain that a woman was the sole occupant of the south cell divis ion and it was to reach this division that the attempt was made to cut away the division door The woman was in no way responsible for the attempt to cut down the door between the cells and does not yet p haps know the foul designs of the criminal who attemped to commit the act A diligent search was made for the tools with which the bars were cut but they have not been found Blacksmiths were called in and the holes cut by the prisoners patched Prof Wm Foster Jr formerly ol this county but now a teacher in Princeton N J College and Miss Helen Dunham Stewart daughter of Hon and Mrs Hn Stewart of Warren 0 will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony on September 3 1902 Immediately after the cere mony the young couple wjll leave lot an extended trip through the North alter which they will go to Princeton N J to make their future home Prof Foster was born and reared in Ohio county and Is a young man that the county feels Justly proud The best wishes of Ohio county people are with the young couple Our voting contest Is growing in Interest every day The contest at present seems to be between James Duff R H Miller James Fitzhugh and WR Carson for thejjnggy and for the watch Misses Artie Wilson Dena Woodard and Daisy Godsey However many votes will be cast before the contest closes in October and it is yet everbodya contest Expensive Lawsuit The past week In circuit court was devoted almost entirely to the trial of one case Dan T Wilson vs K C Byers in which Is Involved a tract of land worth about Soo This use was called Friday Morn Ing and disposed of yesterday The plaintiff was on the witness stand nearly two days and the examination of the delendant consumed nearly as much time More than forty witness es appeared and most of them testified The jury was out sixteen hours but tailed to hgreestanding six to slxThe costs In the case including attorney fees will amount to more than a thousand dollars Heavrln and Woodward for the plaintiff and Glenn and Ringo lor the defendent Fall Festival Cincinnati Ohio September 1527 1902 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for round trip 6 65 from Beaver Dam to Cincinnati and return Tickets on sale Septemper 14 and 15 iinllted to lSeptember 27 for return AFTER EIGHTEEN YEARS Mrs Mollie Wedding Returns and Puts Flowers Upon Hus bands Grave People familiar with the cjrcurav stances were touched with tender sen timents to see Mrs Mollie Wedding placing flowers on by husbands grave at the Midkiff burying ground near Sulphur Springs Wednesday Eighteen years ago Mrs Wedding who was then the wife of Mr Andrew f Wedding had an attack of spinal trouble which resulted in insanity She wandered from home near Sulphur Springs one night after her husband had retired and was found asleep next morning at Mr John Taylor Lowes gate about lour miles north ofHartford A few days later she was adjudged a lunatic and sent to the asylum at Hopklnsvllle There her physical health Improved but her mental condition remained unchanged until about three years ago In the meantime about ten years Rio her husband died but her meD taf condition was such that no infor n1a lon of his death was conveyed to her About 3ycars agoand almost In a day her mind came back1s her and hei thoughln turned at once to hove und ull unconscious of the fact that her husband was long since sleeping with the quiet dead wrote him a letter She told him of her Im proved condition how anxious she was to see him and asking him to come at once to bring her homeThe dead mans ulster opened the letter and wrote her the sad news of her husbands death and that her children now grown up were living In Illinois With her husband dead and her children gone the sad ltearl ed woman did not care to visit her old home but went at once to live with her children in Illinois A few days ago she had notice of the expected death of her father Mr Sam Coynoticed In another column and came at once to his bedside When the funeral cortege arrived at the burying ground with the ba of Mrs Weddings father she rushldto the still cold mound that marked the deathconch of her husband and cov ered it with flowers and tears ABOUT PEOPLE Mr J W Cox Cromwell called on us TuesdayMr lines Rosine called on us MondayMr Her was In Louisville the first of the week Mr Jas T White ofAskins called on us Wednesday- Mr Morris Reynolds Render called to see us Saturday- Mr Ed Davison Heights Falls was in town Monday County Clerk M S Ragland went to Roslne Saturday Mr R J Daniel Beaver Dam went went 10s Louisville Monday Mr Lon McDaniel White Run was among our callers Monday Messrs S K Cox and A1 Nail were in Owensboro Monday Mrs L P Loney Owensboro is visiting friends at Centertown Mr John J Mldkfff Adaburg was among our visitors Wednesday- Mr Sara S Cox went to Louisville Tuesday and returuedTbursday Mr Robert Webb and wife were pleasant callers at this office Tues day Miss Eva Brown Centertown was a pleasant caller at this office yester dayMiss Lizzie Walker left for Dawson Mondaywhere she goes for a few days stay Misssea Effie Render and Jessie Glenn are visiting friends in Owens boroMrs M S Ragland and little daughter Miss Made are visiting at Rosine Mr Bluford Young of Russellvllle Is visiting Mr James Jackson near CromwellMrs A C Poster of Morgan field is visiting the family of Rev R D BennettMrs Alfordof Horse Branch Is the guest of her sister Mrs Ed DavidsonMiss Herrel ol Little Bend Butler county is the guest of Mrs T M Taylor Mrs R L Canon of Penrod is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M S Ragland Mr Fitzhugh Renfrow and family of Narrows visited the Mammoth Cave list week Miss Nancy Smith of Fordsvllle will arrive today to visit the family of Dr E W Ford Mr and Mrs Ed Cook and Mrs Birdie Magan of Sulphur Springs were in town yesterday Master Norval T Cooper of Beaver Dam spending this week with his cousin W Parke Taylor Messrs Jonathan Miller John Willis and James Wysong ol Sunny dale were in town Tuesday Mr Ernest 0 Cotrell of Owens boro who has been visiting friends here returned home Monday Miss Maggie Marks who has been visiting friends at Owensboro and Fordsvllle has returned home Mrs S V Henry and little daugh tern Motile and Nonie Central City are visiting Mr Jesse Potters family Mr and Mrs Geo Cox of Owens boro will arrive here tomorrow to be the guests of the family of Mr T S Marks Master Hugh Edward little five yearold son of Mr and Mrs Shelby Taylor Crawley La Is visiting rela Lives here and at Beaver Dam Messrs John Baker and Henry Carter of Narrows returned from a visit to Mammoth Cave Tuesday They report a very pleasant trip Mrs D W Grundy and little daughter Miss Lulie of Greenville and Mrs J S Hill of Central Clty arrived yesterday to visit their niece Mrs Dr E B Pendleton The above Is on the wrPller or every bottle or the genuine OWNS MIXURn =the from birth until boo has his teen All druggists oASTonijrvBWltha its KM You Hn AlrrltS Bovht Blifutm 1I r- of e L 4oie s CatarrhIn aoontllutlonnl disease It ifrlcliinteH In a rcrofuluus condition of the bird and dei end un that condition II often causes Itmlnche and dlijlneas impairs tb taile smell end hearing nt t t B the vocal orftniin disturbs the stomach Jt Is always radically and iiTnmticnllj unit try Ifoo lilijodimrltylnKi nUcratlvo and tonlo action of Hoods Sarsaparilla Tills great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all dlaeasei depending on HTofula or the scrofulous habit I 1ILuare tlw twit ntbutle DARING DASH For Liberty of Four Desperate Prisoners in Frankfort State Prison Pour desperate prisoners confined In the State prison at Franklort made a desperate dash for liberty Wednes day morning at 6 oclock and as are suIt of It one prisoner lies dead oi a bullet wound and another Is danger ously wounded The prisoners were Wallace Bishop and Thomas Mulligan of Lexington and rare Brooks of Morgan county all murderers and desperate characters who had been wearing balls and chains for some time for bad conduct but they had the ankle clasps filed to the breaking point so it was an easy task to un burden themselves oi the balls when the moment arrived lot the attempt to escape The prisoners went to their task as usual Wednesday morning but at 645 at a signal from Bishop Mulligan and Brook broke their shackles and rush ed upon guard Frankllurst felled him to the floor and took his gun Guard A W Gill went to Hnrsta assistance but Brooks threw a gun In Gills face and told him to throw up his hands which he did Bishop took Gills pistol and the prisoners with drawn weapons backed out of the guards standGill shouted for assistance and Brooks fired at him The shot attracted attention and Deputy Warden Madlgan and Warden Lillard and his son and several deputies rushed to Gills assistance with drawn revol vers The revolting prisoners took a stand in a dark room and for four hours the prisoners and Warden par c lied over terms ol capitulation 1tanE sow a negro murderer from Louisville had in the meantime joined the 1 insurgents and while in an exposed position EphLillard Jrtook a shot at him for what purpose we do not un derstand and wounded him in the right shoulder The prisoners finally upon the assurance from Warden Llllard oi safe conduct to their cells agreed to ant f render which proposition the Warden accepted While the prisoners were coming out of the room In which they had concealed themselves Bishop 1 dropped his arms and when near the waistline the contents of a shot gun in the hands of one of tha guards were emptied into his body 1Againbeen unnecessary as the prisoners had previously surrendered their arms to the Warden After the killing of Bishop it was a matter of only a few moments to lock prlsonefBInabide for a time and the State prison resumed its usual quiet appearance A FAITHFUL DOG- Like a Loyal Sentinel Watches Over tbe Body of His Drunken Master A few nights ago we had occasion to pass through the hell oi the court house here When we entered the hall all was dark and still Our footsteps echoed back solemn sounds of loneliness as M dark coverd passages will but when near the center ol the hall the low faint growl ofa dog warned us that a human body was near Even a dog brute that he Is tells in his barkgrowl or snarl an intelligent story We knew from this voiceless yet volcelnl growl that his master was near We lighted a match and a familiar face lay rigid expressionless and helpless before us We were interested here was an godsmusthapswhpangas pity for the althlulI wife waiting the homecoming of the husband and father and hurried along but the faithful dog unable to comprehend 1 the power ot that liquid fire that en riches the cemeteries and populates hell kept a patient watchful vigil over his master One is almost led to ask in Eternity will the man live and the dog d- ieLost Hair i 4 My hair came out by the hand ful and the hairs began to creep inItried Ayers Hair Vigor and it stopped the hair from com ing out and restored the color MrsM DCray No Salem Msss Theres a pleasure in offering such a prepara IgorItsuch satisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and moreI glossy And you feel so secure in using such an old and reliable prepara tion SKWlMtlt All dnrrtus- It your druggist annotaupply yes- wad ui one dollar mud we uprus you a boW Vaiara and give the eare Our nearest txpreii om A44rii JCAYXROOLowtKau i a a A a wit as 4 CENTRAL ItBusiness + CoIlege+ i lIartZOrc1 Iiy + I Vii 1 jocr = Everything now and attractive Equipment soil j environment unexcelled Instruction thorough and i J complete Courses practical from beginning to com f iyt4course fs- c4 Ifi COURSES t- s4 Ifi SadlerRoweIfi Entry Commission Manufacturing Wholsaling y J Banking Etc Law Business Arithmo jt 44 tic Penmanship Practical Spelling and bt q Ifi Correspondence i 8 SHORTHAND COURSE Shorthand Gra g Jjl bsSpelling2 PREPARATORY COURSE Business Arith tEnglish Penmanship Etc 1 desirings4ll- sn s i may not be prepared to do so at best advantages = t4 EXPENSES bt Ifi Business Course three months 2000 ii brarl Shorthand Course six months l tJoIfi i Jj Board may be had In beat private families at 2 to 12 25 pEr week J School Opens August 25 1902 Catlrlogoes and tJo further information given on request 8 R H HAINKINS Pres E W PATTERSON V Pres fA rs OneFourth Off i I If you firmly believed that wo were abouttosollscasonablo HighGrado Spring and Summer Goods at ONEFOURTH Jfr youd come hero to buy wouldnt you We pride our K selves on Selling good goods and that they are worth tho regular price is a matter of record Now if you know that ovontyfivo cents would buy a dollars worth of good clothing you would buy wouldt you Of course you would if you believed it but the trouble is that You Dont Really Believe It 50 many merchants rant about big bargains that are really snares and print bombastic stuff that shows fraudon its face j hat you are about out of belief Wo cant blame you but vo reserve the right to prove what wo say and wo will if you will give us the opportunity Ve are now unloading our Spring and Summer Stockfand the sale wont last long better come now if you want A o save money Hero tiro Some of Our Inducements r All of our Mens regular f5 Suits now 300 I Allof our Mons regular 8 Suits now 600 Allofour Mons regular 10 Suits now 750IAllof our Mens regular 1250 Suits now 1000 All of our Mans regular 15 Suits now 1100 All of our Youths 450 Suits 275 All of our Youths 8 Suits now 350 All of our Youths 8 Suits now GOO All of our Childrens 1 Suits now 75c All of our Childrens 2 Suits now 150 All of our Childrens 3 Suits now 200 Allof ow Childrens 4 Suits now 300 All of our Childrens 5 Suits mow 350 STRAW HATS Thero isplonty of timo yet to wear hem but we are going to mako a clean sweet and get them i mtbf the way All ofpur 25c Hats nowt100 15c All of our 60c Hats now 7V 25c All of our 75c Hats now 50c All of our 1 Hats nov7c- All of our 150 Hats now1Everybody can wear a now Hat at those prices The sumo Knife will be used on all our Dress Goods and Trimmings Thoro never was such a grand opportunity to buy pod goods for a small sum of money This ought and will jriiig a big crowd of bargainhuntersso como early and get ho pick This sale will just last two weeks Carson 8l Co tlHartford Ky Candidates in OurVoting- Contest rort rug BUGGY R H Mlllor James Duff James Fitzhugh W R Carson and James Barnes FOR TII8 WATCH Misses Artie Wilson Dena Woodward Daisy Godsey cOleImanRogers For Sale One house with two acres of ground In South Beaver Dam For terms sill on J W BRACHBR Beaver Dam Ky The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasastdn effect For sale by all druggists m s t Ciir1i Tel D h QUI AND TelegraphCOMPANY INCORPORATED tollllueeInconnected by its Long Distant line tI1lrtyfiveS surroundhgservice u comprehensive and valua specialtyofTeHOuabledistance atI1 C P NOWUH Manager f Y 1 S L s I 1 1 1 1t I I TIio Kinit You Umo Always Bought and which has been lit use for OVCI 80 cnril hnstJorno Illo algiiatiiro o- Lr nnit Jlns bccuJIllulo unilvr his per tioiinl supervision slnco 1t1lnfimcr S Allow 110 on to Icccho you In UtlJ AU OOlllltcrJclts Imltntlolls aiiil Justasgood oro bllt- EXllCrllUellts that trifle with niid cOItollgcr tlio Jzcalth of- IntiLuts and Ohllllrcl1Exlcrlcnco nltwllt Exper- imentWhatIsCASTORIA Cnctorln IIi a Janrmlcils substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is P1etsant It contains neither Opium Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlo- fmbstoncc Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worm anti allays Fecr1M1IIiess It eLITeS Dlllrrhw ouci Winti Colic Jtrcllccs Tcct1iIi Troubles cures Cotistipattlon anti Flnlulcllcy It nsshJllllllcs tlo Foot regulates tIoIStolUlich anti Dowel Ihhl JlcnUhy nuti natitrnl IccptlTlwChIIdrcns nnnccaTho Notliers 1rIciid nt CENUINE CASTORIk ALWAYS itrr The Killd Yoll llae Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearstTN cu con umVsattt vewDNC7Y Our Voting Contest it eQIVENAWAY FREEd WO arc going to giyo a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tlko most popu Jar Lady Teacher in Ohio CountyvAlso an At BUGGY to the most populur JciltluIflai3 Teacher in Ohio County Tho patrons ofTuE RE1UBLICAN shall iletormiiio the Con test in tim manner following For each 25cm cash paid on subscription to rUE RElUJlUCAN lie shall be entitled to cast ono vote for a Lady and one for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages mhances and now subscriptions all count nilkot Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of tim Lu1y and Gentlciiian for whom you want to vote and mark the nurny lici of votes you are ontiled to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in care of a conunittee to ho appointed by the County Superintendent 1ho ballots will ho opened and counted by the committee and the property transferred to the winners on the first day oftho Ohio County l1eache18 Institute which will be held the first or second week in October 001JeOtN Votes forlIiss as the most Popular Lady lcacherin Ohio County Votes for 1Ir ns the most Popular Gentleman Teacher in OhioCounty S igiicdmP 00I Now is the Time to Buy aScLggy oI- fyou SlrreyIt want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood thei test of time Built of timber bought from homo PeoPle Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen t Our guarantee is therefore of some value New Styles and Fresh work can tlways be found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Fuctory 20000 Finished Vehicles per annum F A AMES CO OVVensboro X3r COLLINS SALOON- ILw1cxEw 2Handles time BEST and URESl Whiskies Winos und Brandies in town Old Parker Rye OM v S Stono and Old Internationalspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer a B COLLINS CQ- IfYou Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe fore The Republican And get all the news till the time Hartford Repub1lcan s FRIDAY AUGUST zz Ililnolo ContraIRallrondTlmo Tab lo zDQONon Hniin1 SoiiIh flnidN- olS2doe 1Uit ni n 11 uInIIITn- No m 1O2doe71p m No 101 due IU p IU NoIrh1ueI78Op ri NIU 1u9tA- aIornl 10 resgtstm- oN Dt do 7Wa IU snJ lue 17 ii 10- S n YNMVN Agi- ut1IfMW4RJiZ I IAIISUesI V1 In time UI4 by droIIsI- PI ODD FRUITS OF JAVA t The Mot Cmn ot 11i flurai I I the 8trnajt ot All The fruits ot Java wrlles n corre- pomlent or the Pittsburg Dispatch Corm nil Illtercstlng tudy In then elves there nre tiO mallY and ot lueh- Itrnllgo vatletks The most commoll the tniiagcst ofnU It ts vnilcd theI iirlnn auad grows like a hugo exens- ttlIlC roan the trunk ot n tree BOUll What slmllnr to our lear tree fhl- Crllit wJlleh Is pear ha1ei grows to a grent slzl orten cvcrnI feet III tengtl nil bas a yellowlkln Tough like a pllleDpplc The most rcmnrknblethlllg i bout the durIait however Is Its ooor- To sny you mil iaacII It D block oft Is- 11I1I1n It mildly A coUllJlllntlon or- IIgro egs nod the ziiiet cheese couhl- lIot lie coUlllllretl with It When you- brcnl opell the hull to IIlId what CIII- Ibe tho cause or oil thhl dtsturbnllce I oury oltaictory nerves mid lInd n gflat- cillstcr or snow white kernls which like some titnlllgel dellcluus CIIS art your IImnzcment Is grenter stili- Alluther traiiago volt Is the ticrltCllt- Crull tiO called Crom tho act that Its skin Is the exact counterpart or that or- n stiako There are the iiolnoloe like 0- grent orange tho potlto fruit whleb- rrsemblrs that vegetable In nil but lIa- fino flavor th custard apple with n 5eIIoiv custnrdllko pulp hndng n rather decided taste or turpentIne the pop pre like a melon growing on n tree the grent jack fruIt or rather n courso 1111 vor n smnll yellow nn un- pronounceollie native name Inc Bed In great bur like n chestnut nod n hUD rcd other vnretIe with nono but D- Otho and clentIfle names 60me gOCH1 somo lndlffercnt and 60mo entirely un- pnll1talllo to nn but a native The or- ango Is rather n senrce fruit but tbo- plnenllplo anti banana nro obumlnnt and delicious especially the forme here are more than twenty dJacrcnt- arletlel or bnnnna native to Java YARNS FROM ERIN The Aburdltlu That Are florn r rIb Simplicity There are n rew 811m pIes Or the nb- surdities arising out or the utrelDr simplicity or some Irish folk it young wan came to confess to on Irish priest In London whoso exper- nte 1 or the humors ur his fellow countrymen would fill n book Well m1 wan said the priest and bow do you corn your lvIng Im an acrowbat our riverence The priest was nOl- iIllused Ill show yo what I mean In a a hindInside out In the most approved nero bntlc fashion In and out or the pews An old Wnmafl vIao laud followed him to confession lookecl on borrilled- Wben It comes to my turn ruther- sbe gasped lor tb love or God don i p adutbe the death or mel I think It was the same good rnther- bo observing the regular attendantwa a Lent mlutbn had done nothing Ian retorm ono ot late parishioners told bi- t80 and asked him tbo rqa80n or I Ah ratbef ho replltd I cap man ge the taltl right enough but the me- lS bate mo- On another oceallon this prktit woa rolled upon to marry n man ot whoie he knew nothlugt s gtrl ot hi saUo On inTestigatisn he found ttitwould b brIdegrtis knowledge tbo Catholic faith very limited Have you ever been baptized tto Well father I cant trust emory to thaLure your parents vng7 The mother Is Lets boe- hrr address Thu was glen and U telegram dispatched to the old lady on- tbe spot reply paid The answer came 10 duo course Vaccinated but not nptlzedA Kerry Man In Londo- pectator a Llcldnll Thumb to find a Contract Goths and Iberinna completed an- Igreement by licking and joining theLr thumbs as Scotsmen once did and Uoors still do and rustle lovers onct Jctrothcd themselves by licking then Ic espective master fingers and the ressing them together as they vowed o remain raUhtul to each other tor everiwd a day Even now nn Ulster Headache suddenlybutintellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the t vitality faster than nature can tijustor complete aberration of thetmind will result Headache pain should be promptly re movedbut properly Many pain cures lire more harmful than the pain Beware If OU would be safe take Mf t Pain Pills As a result of I lost the KhlVeto take tmost cn GMilesabozu4now 5alsoImondSold by Druggists 25 Dose age Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhlrt lad pjlo P1iit TJj iTT4fl4iil upotluitlthe word like the lieutenant who In 1012 on being challenged to mortal combat by his own sergeant accepted sllyillgTherelien Journal p JUDGESHIP Who Ought tobe Elected Judge of the Court of Appeals It Is known to our readers that lor years we generally suprorted the nominees or th Democratic party flat there came a time when we deem ed It our duty to oppose the orltlnl- zUon which bore the name and con we Ishalllaces or the present so called Democ racy whenever we deem It to be to the best Interest or the country to do- A so Judge ol the COUlt or Arp ails I to be elected In this district at the November election Judge GutTy Is the Republican nominee Judge Settle Is the nominee or the Democratic party liS now organized and controlled II Judge Settle Is elected the Democrats will have a msjulty cfthe Court What course Judge Settle will pursue cannot be foretold Not so witht judge Gully lie has II record at linearlyord Is one ofwhich his rllends ilia- wc1I be proud and one which the great mass or conservative and lair inindedtact been a just judge Independent fearless and iwpaitlal Such a rec ord ought to be Indorsed and approved by the people We believe It will be The country needs his luther service The reelectlon to office or faithful public servants Is sound policy It Is Incentive to all officials to be faith ml and better still It secures to the people able and efficient public offl- ceri lilt be said that Judge Settle wilt make as good an officer as Judge Gut ry we reply that no one can know whether he will or not and If he- lalles here Is no remedy for eight ong years to conic It he follows the rulings at Judge Guffy what do you gain by the change of inca The mportauce of electing the right man Judge of the Court or Appeals cannot be over estimated The Court of Ap peals Is the Court or last resort It disposes of the lives liberties and property or the people We believe Judge Gully will turely- le reelected If his friends do theIr duty lie received 234 msJnrity In this county In 1894 lie is Immense Iy stronger personally now thanthen It may be reasonable assumeathat he will receive no less than SOD mJarlt this year We believe he Is much stronger In the counties adjoining this county than In 894 We earnestly appeal to the conserve atlve Independent and patriotic voters to unite with us In the support or Judge Guffy and thus secure the reelection ofa sitbiul and compe tent Judge The people need his services eight years 10ngerBreckenrldge News BUSINESS AMERICAN ART Pot IfaUmnUu but a Xatt- eCaUy at ImaKlnaUoD The idea or business In D country that lies rtnchcd the height or Its tie velopiiieiit is II dry u dust affair tIIIys- Hulchl1l8 1I1111Juoclln Mnsleea It Is tile iiilserahe sTilteD or keeping what 0110 lint a system In which the temper umelit und the ininInatIon do not Ilay- a laurt The tnaerfcnn however puts Imnllllntloll Into business Business Is the art or thlll country To the Amen cnn or affairs there oro In his work cx- citement chnrm and color To him It Is not n matter or mathematics but or the creative Imagination Great proc esses grout inventions great corporah tlolistho orgunlzntlon or corequiresXobody la stupider more avarIcious and more economical In n small way thnll a French peasant or a Germnll- hnllstrnu Nobody Is less ohrlclous and moro economical in n big way thnll- a great tiiierlcau Inventor ilnancier or business mon Through WI brains ill rroductloii becomes cheaper and conse- lt more abundant Intothan by nil the small savings ever made re since civilization llegnll Itls better to be be able to make than tosave and to to make mutt a Iare outlay In money energy and brains Is IICCQ8lDry To- save pennies Is n sign or Coiniucrcial- luconipetcuce and national decline Wlien nn individual or D lantlon be gins n SYSWIII or housekeeping ou a small scale It Is n sign that the life Is ebbing Old people drier and resourceful than young people are 1I0torlousllIIoroeconollllcal They like old nations want to hang on to what they have rather than strlo for more Tho wisdom or the French peasant oiastets lii keepitig ttovii his expondi ore ittad till atzo or lila aimily to a poInt wlllIe thl iuilluins 1Iholl Is vcaikciitd ts llaeuii silti ITI that n I Ii II slall to rlplr lainy iintdvvidro ill Ii tlaliags nitl jJIrlllllI tlailiay of- he counlrr is titt entisi nitttitr until till erect ut lnHh iconnuly A IIIUII- thu two tiaiig hllll tlosiIy ttgvthtr Southern tiT Railway Thush Yol hi 111 fCoUlhrolllIt seENTUCKTENNESSEE AROXNA ALAIJAMA VJR- 1aIlA North 3AIIOLIMAGROR- svIAantI MISSISSIPPI 463 hUbs Tbri DIty J tJn nlwo louti CIUTrolnlan tipleniForllormIlUo add A UlDOJr1t T A 216 lib ht rnoIIYIII Wit TUInoAtllnt 01 ALouiviiI r SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR WATCn- alahilttimeyar watch We do rrpairinrbavteen watch toi iutlnspcctKdl aod estimateAtcmiTim Plies s SpcWi tiWtchu=lavA 1W =C P MRNES 4 CO Ysk5st 11 SUnmiiA- p 04oIonItatIcts LOWVIJLI ICY 1Inoi CtraI fl L OlIItlnJtST to Q c t Pree Transportation t Attend the Special anllnnu11l ltct tags at Chicago lal notir I heai f tin list ii uwclnI- clingm I ti ptiekhitis tt the IltIuI b- cfIIl1tallad Cnpsny will b itt lit the Cow 1n1 mlb CIC IIlinism Friday hl- ltl III nt Iroll it1wk iii ih rbNa al- blll the iguLir aiinnalmiIg t lb 1 k tit iIIer of ii CInDl Ill Ia 111 at I 41kg JIlt I tUti a trlt4Ia UIIrlIII- U nl UKSfl Trll1t 1111 tlpnIant at thr meet g their will Ia Iduel ti entis h14r or uie or m ore pbi 011 enpiil stoek ol the Illinois olrlll IialIroa4 Company a reelatenI on tie bonb ol the Cotupan nt lbs close 4 buslnesi no- rIIyi Augnt I iu tud to stnrkbnldvrg ti- eeirIr rn Prilay Siteiiitr ID 114111 tktrI e- nbllolf Lii or her to tsve1 ft rrr the rot- IinclIn Club Iho oIU on tis 1111- 01tarnlllIINld nNlfoolt to hi or Iltr rrgIteril- dlresttoa Otrog aol return inch ticket to be god tar lb junrney to bingo only during Cb- erour dis ionieIitty Ireerding ail the dy ot- it wetting ant rr tIiwlarn lisracs Iron Ii- agr ttily Os II Jy tT the weetln sol the Io iirIts ImieIlatety IoIIoSInK ben inerI- nnierIMl1 on1 tnned lolg lotnra- oomthatb l to sitj ttsen OilS II n snt VO p niIn the oln1 iielolaut eervlar- itbb W II Iirea sa thing Knb Ubl may- e obtained by nny IiuiIrr I teek regletreil atone oc siplleatIon Ia aritiuL I U ti IbiI- entI or ti Company In hlccllO Ab nrlllfa- Uo toast Inl the In nlllIaI alIreea t the s toekbolleu ID11r no piyen In his or her rtlft- ml ofstork together sub the nuiIqr anti deo f suthittlilte So more tbiu ut irona lil ie crrhI tree In nIwt to soy ua holding o1101 k ne trgltnI ii the lnbif IhCual puny A U IiArnTAVYmtary C For 44 Years f1 RflWS ii standM or quality imotg Sthinsmple 11v or 4- Csrai sat Jii- ay csrTc lii styli Yos- tmthr and Mr sthn-u latit isA Ii Lithe wear c 1 IMrni Rlnca w 10 ocIysIotenrmlnilidalo NoIIt Gold 7i71 I auJ 4 0t ott usa I IllI S 4 85 CalaI sod tiil oPd1APNra co- 1opas I wktt SL- LOUISVrLLE i KYs l Hoalth and Ploasuro Rosorts WIlHc Medical Waters i on the hand of titI IIC1 Railroad andth YazOQ MissIssIppI Valley RAILROAD Culllllan lipring liisonu Well Coopers Wcll Lows Veli and Iirowiu Wells are nII- ulnrlr established health and plellla resort Ith mrdl1 waters is a Islam and boInll otel accommodations They are lotated on or ni- ntlaguon to the line of tho IllinoIs Central 11100t MLisiuiiipl Valley ilaliroads in the UlllGOd regIon of Mississippi foItoa1 to the undersigned lot ft free eopy of an- ustrated book descilbiog then iii In ddl- UOD liurdlo ptinge Oon IIprlnlfll Ilnwnn rIngs erDleo lprlngaiidCrtttenden prlogs- Vcstern lntookT soil treat KIrtnss anti lion Nprlng In Southern Illinois are similar sorti coneerning whib nn lllnoraled book itt en Issued wbith cnn It bad free un application Lii undersIgned A II hANSoN U I A Jlllaol Coatral II It Chicago LAST TTE SEASOgr POPULARse FAMILY EXCURSION B C O SwT- OPUTINBAY Thursday Aug 21st etO c e Good Roturnlng In 10 Days Dont miss lie Inst opportunity this ason to visit the most popular Lake rie resort at this extremely low tes Inquire of agents D Q S for full particulars or address the R undersignedRMcGARTYR tindonati Ohio R S BROWN RpIstrlctPneseiaer AKnlR 1 l naiuOn can reahiIy calculate how much you nit owing on your sub SClijitiOIi It nmay SOOIfl n vclysimitull Hem to each ono ill arrears hut the IIUlU total ntllounts to 11 ClIf3ilkfltlSIIIII hustInesspay itaSubscribe for TIlE HARlFORD JItEPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance I 5 A FREE I Jonr owt PATIERNI seribir Osly MSCALC MAGAZINE tI A UDIfS I bestililt lisLos 4eoshtnMAQAZINfjWflI1 Is5SOW bi LstsIisstti tths 5 IORA r S IIIo RsIIibl to asS AbooltstyattctTittLug Pp MCCALJWtPAfffiiks V T I Alita AflowtI ssPtfafltlndl kill the Dhiliis ii Im Illu- o1 is mi IIi CUhCS Mthl elti4toeebyasaitra rilE MoOALL CO JS1If7 utuVttztj 11t9 t URIBR JQUNAL 2 TIMES A WEEK 104 Times a Year aIUVIISAIrnItel Miate lrPomO and lot All reader Ii I tb eisai of many iaitles aid the ROltetlor of all oter SemiWeeklies or WIIInry siSraonIditor The WeImwMy Iu Is Iotel to SEWN Jt tI1EK4 bollnlallI be Is leottd to lb haStE ampl 10115 sent Ire o i1ll tattoo lddresa TIt eovniinJotiK NiLS lourlmelifr Ky- Ily pedal tirraugpipnt yin mn ICYI lb H- I11IICN aId lb TWtEAWEEILC- SIVUIERJOlIIINAI both on ar for only RIOOtTbl sttlptlona under tilt romblastion olin must be- ent througbtEiie ILIiblIeaa oR THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrIceaWeek EdltfonAJ most a Dally at the Price of a WeeklysTb rreeidentlsI enmlIn I over but tb world goes ou Just tb same and It is IU ur- ro sew lenru this new toot u It Ispromptly and mpartIallyall tint you ha to du 110 loot fdlllnarlblerlbcr 114 tIme II year pobieherw Iakenndyuanttlb ubaerlponpriostaontytlOOwryesr ge totbertwopars ROUGH RIVER S TELEPHONE COMPANY ulnuatuRtYliTalk cheall and necessary you altould patronize Itotite folks vhcrc you cnll buy your own pilonef nllll huillul your own illicit nail be In talking dl81ltncc with the whole Cohn- yt and business points generally hy only paying a rlalonohle rent to the Rough River Teltllbolle Company or they will ho lit the whole expense II you say so We connect with all Independent CompAnies Pot pnrtlcu MonagerIInltord jyonSLaXtiveSyrup s n tl1ble preparation Ibsolutel- bllrmlelS In Its effect It acts gently on the liver sad bowels cures con tipatioti blllonnell sick budacbe I clears the complexion and make the blood pure Au remedy for children as wen as adult or sale by J Thos Allen RoaIne- KyNEWTHROUGH LINE IWUNLVANSVflL A- NDCaICACOA new through car line baa beeD- estabJlsbfII fllr the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwcca- UVlnsvl1l and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road coin Uvansvl11e to Mattoon formerly part of the p D n Ry Tbr- scrvhcs Is na follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ux Sun Lv Uvansvlle 730pm 730ntfl- ArChkago 700am 70Pm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun f vChieago 84opm 830am ArEvanllvllle Soam 55opm Through sleeping cars on night trains and tlnollgh tee reclining chair ars on day trains 1icket of your local ticket agent For CoUUloaUoa IIILotirdnattal wIn retool lbs money ltlco tc n u Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land Ontho Crostoitho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb nd sensible summer resort In Amen a 2800 feet above sea level 1350- DOO inVested In improvements and 11111 the place retain its charming ural simplicity Five hotels and oc- ottagesc open for boarders It reasons ble rates Tills resort Is the site ofI the Mountain Chautauqua ItrealCbantaulluated by thousands ol persons who are s trenJtbened In mind by the unex celled aIlttiea aflorded for education a byhethis paradise ofthe mountains Is cI mona Excursion tickets may be obtained over the D O SouthVcatetu horn fune ut to Stptember 3tlI rood reo 1902SpeciallyAugust lor tbrChutauqua lad other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainment aumme- vchol sessions etc ilI be furnished In reply to Irquinies addressed to 1- 4A Rudlsall Mountain Lake Park Maryland Eor Information on the suljrd ol rates alld time or trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S DROWN Dig Pasar Agt- Touiavllle Ky o P McCARTY- Geni Paut Art Cincinnati Ohio lJo tNf BAJrj re citwsriF- eirnuz37Ep ql1ihI1lfwweprEk ilId ilu a 41l11Ii1leI prrferir1bnMna isitonlQVke1COS140MORI QlUm lYUAN PLAIN ONE- SlHSNhite BronzeMarble Is entirely out or date Granite Soon gets mossgrowndlscoloed requires constant expense and EarthBesideseverlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frostI morcintisfiethanbeen adonted for nearly one hundred nubIle monuments d by thousands of delighted customers In all pants of the country then on the market over 25 Yfars and Is all establlshed uecess Many Wehavee them Ir you are Interested In a mgnnmeut headstone marker or grave cover On receipt or a postal card will be pleased to call with designs andtsample of White Bronze Yours truly l KyAgentConn T FIELD SONooLm 1nC1nrctcnc TRANSFER LINE OA b s1 cAUI r- IAtPcDxw s2A PAST AND EASY RIDR IN TIlE MOST CO1dFORTAIJLIt VimICLnS YOUR P TRONAGU SOL1CITnI i I Our Clubbing List u4 ci I vq- epublican and llwicoa Week CourierJ our afperyr 60 ubhicanand GloboDomocrat per year t 160- epublican imid Louisville commercial per year 125 opubhian and loledo Bjado per year 125- epublican find Chicago ThtorOcean per year p 133 epublican and 11vicaWcel NowYork World 150- e 5 41 Tw i- tCLo 1j1QIi ut un Coatt3i- flevtt 1 ourtW T On Julg1 sI 110- wAltoraj Uoboo TIIUIAtJIIrlllAAndron OlIkI lineal holbrook lisslir Cons nlllooer iI II Uksbs TlntJoyruacIlCal- I Keowu HbU tullorl leputyhriIfJ U 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