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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN r 7 FieJobjdWork a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAH OF IBEPAWf JOTS FOOBTH CQNflt3IOAD12C Subscription 1 a yearc 4 VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 1902 JNo12 pf I IIIftASSIlIffor you to l j hapflliesa of ornw says Impossible without an oeri mpoLUeslily PftIpernineist1yI v for biIftt1uV andIy S S S I u U 0 IWU carca female weak ness It mikes weak women strong aad sick women a lA 1 1 Ito hundred of ctiicn atuTto cdIdnwniN cunrfa ratnI1what thI tftict4c wL nnrtvMtnli ctanach v aUpartatrrry allmrm a voman coot kn I look tatnr I tattle tf fmteat axdIdnndbout PreJlCliDliaLto a to puaad Ml t dM4JIcdILot ukg Drf CtI IIeJItfrtlara ofaUInk otly MdCM biLVriuce Buff1o NY l Southernif f Railway TkroiKh fcl It Dett Soother BUt- oKENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I S 441 IU Tbr DIty pn Dtwq LoIa CarLTri1laIred Dnlon Dos coaMcting with trala 01 the illtitU Oo tfal ttaUroad aid L 11 A St I B B I roilitormatloiaddrM I AWaBDoPTA1S4th AvLotnIfl WM II TtTLOi AuUUat 0 1A LouUtUl Health and Pleasure Resorts WIT- HMdica1 f Waters 11 outbiuiti f II C Railroad audtb Yazqo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CaitnUau Spring AUUoo Wtlln Cooper Wtlln Lot Writ and Ilrown Wfla tin IVK arLj MtablUhtd lleoaJllI aDd pleMnra rort bhlllgtcoUII1IOIlO to tb hIM of the llllnol tVntnl and Yatoq A MlHlwIppI Vallt Ilallroadi la th t ipland rtglta ol i MississippiBend o thtnndtrpUnicdtor a tree copy clan ItlaitraUdtookdMertilnK them ell laaddl tloUaniln Kvtaf Urnjiion gyttfK u DonSpriDgi Citnlean 8prlnKiandditUndta Spring k laWMtera Kentockjr and Cnal Spring and DixonSprinK In Bontb rn limo art similar morU conwrnlng which an Illutratcd boot ban bun Uivd which ran Lii bad lroe on appHcatlOD tothyider4jned A IfIIANSOXO1A IlllnoU Ontral R It Chicago IF a n NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN EVANSVILLE A- NDCHICAGOI A new through car line has been t J established for the entire distance i over the Illinois Central bctweea t Evansvill and Chicago the line being- i via Mattoon Champaign and the road fronv Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services isas follows HQRTH BOUND V Dally Ex Sun 4 4Lv Evnvile 17301lm Ar Chicago 7ooaa 700pm SOUTHBOUND r Dally Ex Sun I v ChlfcRgb 8 83oara ssopmItrains and through free r cllalag chair ars on day trains Tickets of yourS local ticket agent 01THE1iEW YORK WORLD J Thr4AWeek EdJttoh Al most a Dally at the Price of aWeeklyv i Tbe PirdnttaI iimpal8niU over bat Va world 10 on Jnit th lam and It to all otnowi To lair Iklll news just M It U promptly and Inpartlallj all that JOB hart to do to to took Editlonoffsr1birttniaqnr 3 N if Te ThrlrWk o d dI1Ignri na a pub d tlihn ol Strut ntwi bnu glitn It circulation hcr f TKtUybffUtli II1I1114 ipoktn andjroa It iIllTrI wt World ngular ralucrip lion outS tUeperlt W f nntqaaltdtoewipapti1 and THE 1luuulOu to gthoayarfor1JO f J Th r price oUb teopa i prMIuIOO Ir Subscribe for THEJ HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in J advance t i TOUCHING CEREMONIES Dedication of the Monumentat Nancy Hanks Grave Dis tinguished Guests A dispatch from Lincoln City Iud under date of October i says The dedication today of the monnent erected at the grave of Abraham Liu coins mother attracted a large at tendance of visitors from Illinois Ohio Kentucky Indiana and other States Special trains brought Gov Durbln and staff from Indianapolis and special parties from Louisville Evansville and other places The ceremonies were held on the hill Im mediately acroM from the place where stood the cabin In which the Lincoln family lived and where Mrs Lincoln diedThe distinguished visitors upon their arrlvel were met by a reception committee consisting of a small num ber of aged citizens who were Intimate friends of Abraham Lincoln when he lived in this vicinity The dedicatory exercises were of an ex tremely Impressive character Col J S Wright of Rockport presided The exercises began with an Invo- cationI by the Rev D J Ryan fol lowing which Col Wright Introduced Gen John C Black of Chicago who delivered the oration of the day Brief addresses appropriate to the oc casion were delivered by Gov Din bin and other distinguished men Be fore the exercises concluded a letter was read from Robert T Lincoln In which he expressed regret at his ina bility to be present The music portion of the dedicatory program was furnished by the band of Knights town Soldiers and Soldiers Home The dedication of the monument was conducted by the Nancy Hanks Memorial Association which is com promIloent monument was placed over the grave of Nancy Hanks some time In 1880 For than sixty years the rest- Ing place of the mother of the mar tyred President was unmarked It was surrounded by wild wood and aa detbruah In 1880 however a plain marble slab on which was Inscribed To the mother of oar martyred Prudent erected by a frlendi was brought to this place The donor was never known though it was commonly supposed that the gUt came from Clem Studebaker the South Bend manufacturer When the old monument to Presi dent Lincoln at Springfield lit was replaced by a new one the contractor presented the base of the old one to Spencer county to be used as a monument for the grave of Nancy Hanks It was this monument that was un veiled today The store stands In a desolate unimproved tract but a fund has been ralsed for the purpose of clearing away the underbrush and It Is hoped soon to have the monu m surrounded by a wellkept park of sixteen acres I A Word to Travelers The excitement incident to travel Ing and change of food and water of ten brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists m The country Is full of lawyers In good practice who want to go to Con gress They are the moth that will fly around the lighted candle TJalesa he be much above the average the Congressman cannot expect above afx years at the business He has lost his practice at the bar He has spent his estate on primaries and conven tions He has lost his taste for the old city life He has eaten much rich food And has run with many fine fellows And now he is beaten If he has been serviceable he may get a OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourblood ter out the vista or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they tall to do their work Palnsachesandrheu matlsm coma from ex cess of urlo acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or lWleady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had hurt trouble becausethe U overworking In pumping thick kidney1 poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used tq be considered that only urinary kidneybutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ilbyalldrultglsl3lnfUIY Horn of snmpBaot free also pamphlet telling ou how to out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Khmer b Co Blnghamfon N Y job on a commission be sent to foreign pattt but he will be fortunate if be be taken cite of He Is a states man out of a job ucla not a Car lllse a Lindsay or a Reed to think It a good riddance and to join the elite at the bar so he hangs around the capital hoping for the appoint ment that comes not There are scores of them victims of them- CONFIDENt Judge Guffy Says Republicans are SanguineMany Democrats i Will Support Him Judge Guffy delivered two speeches at Tomklnsvllie September 27 to large crowds He spoke to over 3000 people who were In Tomklnsvllie tending the reunion of old Federal soldiers Strict attention was given him and he won many votes by his eloquent addresses The Judge said the following to an Interviewer I never felt stronger or better in my life I have been nearly all over the district and I find the Republicans sanguine of success arid well prepared for the campaign Many Democrats have promised me their support and the outlook is very encouraging Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken lth partial paralsis and completely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician lot quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and alter using two bottles ol it he is amost en tirely curedGeo R McDonald Man Dogaa county W Va Sever partial the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism sprains and bruises For sale by alldrnggists m Bubbles An overslihtapectacles Fully occupied the fat mans clothesThe blacksmiths work Is often shoddyThe people are not all musical In AUoona r ale Isnt good If anything alls the ginger The barber doesnt kindle the fire with his shaving Oh ao sheepnose apples do not all come Irons the woblywest The anxious ballet dancer Is fitting ly on the tiptoe of expectancy Doctors wOuld oftea lock for patients If they let well enough alone It isat always the wellknit man that can untold the best yarn It doesnt take lour quarter decks does it to make a complete ship Gray hair on a head doesnt always prove that theres gray matter In It Even a loud suit of clothes worn by a deaf and dumb man la on the quiet It la stated that the state house Is open to the public on stated occasions The copyrighted author doesnt intend to let others Infringe upon his writes A flimsy umbrella like a ticklish pcrioscannot endure a poke lathe ribs Theres a language of flowers to be sureA flower stalk is nothing un common la a haunted house there la some thing ghostly about even the window shadesA woman wont believe that because her face Is uncovered It Is without avail When a man starts to raise a Van Dyke beard It Is some time before you can see the point Im dlscourrged cackled the hen 11just cant lay an egg so big that cant be beatPhlladelphla Bul latin KMP It la Your Some And when the bowel fall to act properly take a dose of Lvous LAXATIVB SYBCP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear Ftr tale by J ThosAllen RoslneKy Cf Next Morning Philosopher Fault finders are never out of a job The latest lad is generally the most absurd I No mAn baa a monopoly of patriot tern no waiter what he claims Old Dog Tray must have been a thoroughbred At least he pointed a moral The appetite has as much to do with the excellence of a dinner aa the cookA man may evea be too unreliable to be utilized as at warning example The lour hundred may be less or mon than that inmberv It all de panda on who does the counting All men and women ire good some being merely good others good for something and the remalder good for nothing Cincinnati Enquirer a The entire treatment oi Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for con stipation costs but 25 cents medU cine for a month pleasant to take andI tbbroughln action Ask your dealer for Ramon m 0 HENRY CLAY The Great Kentucky Orator and Lawyer as an Actor A wellknown traveler of Chicago tells an Interesting story in the Cour ierJournal about Henry Clay the great Kentucky statesman then a well known lawyer as follows A man was once being tried for murder and his case looked hopeless indeed He had without any seem- Ing provocation murdered a neighbor In cold blood Not a lawyer In the country would take the case It looked bad enough to ruin the reputation of any barlster The man as a last extremely ap pealed to Clay to take the case for him Every one thought that Clay would certainly refuse But whenithe elebrated lawyer looked Into the matter his fighting blood was roused and to the great surprise of all he ac ceptedThen came a trial the like of which was never seen Clay slowly carried on the case and it looked more and more hopeless The only ground of defense the prisoner had was that the murdered man had looked at him with such a fierce murderous look that out of sell defense he had struck first A ripple passed through the jury at this evidenceThe came for Clay to make his defense It was settled in the minds of the spectators that the man was guilty of murder In the first degree Clay proceeded laid all the proof be fore them in a masterly way Then just as he was about to conclude he played his last master card Gentlemen oflhe jury he said assuming the fiercest blackest look anti carrying the most undying hatred in It that I had ever seen gentlemen if a man should look at you like this what would you do That was fell he said but that was enough The jury was startled and some even quailed In their seats The judge moved In uneasily on his bench Alter fifteen minutes the jury filed slowly back with a Not guilty your honor The victory was complete When Clay was congratulated on his easy victory he said It was not so easy as you think I spent days and days In my room be fore the minor practicing that look It took more hard work to give that look than to investigate the most ob tuse case A Typical South African Storo O R Larson of Bay Villa Sun days River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store Is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlains remedies All testify to their value In a household where a doctors advice IS almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population Is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamber lains Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sale by all druggists m I SpeakingfUdge ApIwill address the people at the follow ing times and places viz Central City Friday Oct 10 at nightHartford Saturday Oct xi Reedyvllle Tuesday Oct 14 Brownsville Wednesday Oct 15- RIchardsvIlle Thursday Oct 16 Speaking to commence at 2 oclock p m except Central City when It will begin at 730 pm Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite aa popular In many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It Is prepared for use ia atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physi clans for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescribing- It Alt the medical properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained In the Liquid form which is 75 cts Including a spraying tube All drug gists or by mallEly Brothers 56 Warren St New York p Hard on the Girls One of Mark Twains biggest jokes was played on his daughters and at Elmira it still stands aa much of a joke as wbenit was first perpetrated Early In his literary career Mr Clem ens made hla bomeJn Elmira and It was in that city that his daughters were born No father was ever more proud of similar events and Mr Clemens decided that should be commemorated In a lutlagand snb stantll way So he erected hand some stone watering troughs costing several hundred dollars each in the vicinity of his pretty summer home Quarry Farm and named each alter a daughter the name and date of birth being artistically cut In front of the troughs in letters six inches high When the Misses Clemens were rJ tots they did not mind the publicity but now that they have grown up anti reached a marriageable age it is causing them some embarrassment But their father laughs and tells them that is one of the penalties of being daughters of humorist DEMOCRATS AGAIN SCUTTLE Have the Democrats again scuttled and left their paramount issue to be defeated others It begins to look thafwoy In 1900 the Democratic National Convention declared the burning Issue of imperialism grow layout of the Spanish war Involving ylry existence of the Republic and the destruction of our free Insti tutions we regard as the paramount Issue of the campaign All through the long session of Congress from December to July last the Democrat- I Senators discussed little else than this paramount issue It mattered not what proposed legislation was be lore the Senate Carmack and Teller and Cnlbertson and Rawlins Patter son and Tillman and other Democrat- Ic leaders harked back to the para mount issue and belabored the Ad ministration for destroying our tee institutions andconverting the Republic of Washington and Jefferson into an Empire with militarism for its chief corner stone The Congress ial Record in thousands of pages bear testimony to the arden industry of the Democratic Senators and Repre senatlves in tile cause of antiImper ialism The Democratic Campaign Book issued In August also bears testimony that the Democratic patty was even nt that late day loyal to their last national platform for more than too pages of that Democratic Bible are given to the discussion of imper ialism But since then something has happened The Democrats have again scuttled and left their paramount Issue as they did in 1896 when they turned their books on Clevelands free trade record and began to cry free silver and In 1900 when they tried to drop free silver for antiimperialism The Democratic orators have flunked on the para mount issue and left It to the defense of that little band of professional mugwumps headed by Charles Fran cia Adams and Carl Scltuiz These chronic malcontents are doing what they cqa to save the Republic and prevent the crowning of Roosevelt as Emperor but they have so long been engaged in saving the country from imaginary ills that they are no long er taken seriously even by their blends But the Democratic orators are si lent They have scuttled from Im perialism as though It were an mice tions or contagious disease They have discovered that there are American soldiers In every part of the country who have been in the Phil ippines or in Cuba or Porto Rico and that these soldiers have a very direct and even abrupt way of meeting this paramount issue This Issue rests on malicious slander of the army and the men who have been connected with the army are ready to resent that slander They are no longer soldiers but they are citizens defenders of the honor of the army and the flag even more zealous of what they fought for than when they fighting And what is more to the point the men who were soldiers have the confidence of their neighbors and the general public so that their direct contradictions are enough to overthrow any inflam atory statements of professional ora tors or professional reformers Still It is sad to see the Democrats scuttling from their latest issue as they urged the government to scuttle from the Philippines The patty should change its name to that of Scuttle and Skedaddle a As usual the Democratic campaign committee has to exercise a great deal of care in circulating its litera ture that which might do good in the East must be kept out of the West S The citizens of this country should bear In mind that if the Democrats should succeed In securing the reins Government the first move will be to scuttle the Philippine ship and then they will repudiate every prom ise made by the party of McKinley in the direction of civilization It is the plain duty of every person who believes la fulfilling an obligation made In honor to vote for a Republican Congressman this fall Nasal CATARRH la all Its tUgts than should be cKaaUaa- tsEIjs Creaa Balmc- JeuMMootMaadbula the dlieuod membrane Ilcnrocatanhanddztveawsy jalcklj Cream Ifains is placed Into thtBonnvftprMHi- ortr the membrane and I atMOitaL Eelltf li 1m mediate and a cure follow It la Dot drjlnjdo not produce loeczlifc LrJle Size GO couti at Drug Ute or b1 mall I Trill Blxe 10 cent by malL ELY UBOTUERS M WaneD Shoot Hew Totk TRACY THE SHOEMAKER Was the Oregon Outlaw the Son of the Virginia Stranger When Harry Tracy the outlaw desperately wounded and with all hope of escape cut off placed his pistol to his temple and died by his own handln an Oregon wheat field rather than fall Into the hands of the sberlfls posse nothing could be learned of his antecedents Then the New York Sun employed detectives to find out the history of the desperado and as a result of the Investigation the Sun states in a three column art cle that the dead outlaw was the son of a shoemaker who at one time did business in Harrodsbnrg Ky There was a shoemaker by the name of W H Tracy who lived here in 187071 Where he came from no one ever knew lIe was six feet two inches tall had long raven black hair and piercing black eyes During his stay here he was always the best dressed man in the town Shortly after his arrival he Inserted the following ad vertisement in the Kentucky People the local paper that read as follows The changing vicissitudes of for yearsfinds I charitylormake to order any style of boot and shoe at the old stone tavern He was a thoroughly educated man and kept mostly to himself but some times when seated on his steps after a days work when Academy boys would be passing he would sop them and read their Greek and Latin lessons to them At the time of his res idence here the town was ruled by a gang ot desperadoes So great was this thralldom that whevever one of these bad men batted an eye near ly everybody hunted their holes In some way Tracy incurred the displeas ure of this crowd One day hearing they were looking for him the shoemaker put three derlngers In his pockets and walked to the end of the courthouse pavement where three of them stood and defied any of them to move a muscle that he would be glad of an excuse to send them to sheol for supper There was hardly a matt ia the town but who would rather have put his head In a lions jaws than done what Tracy did He was not bothered again One day he said to a customer I would like to leave here but my word is out to make three pal r of boots I have never yet broken a promise so I must stay and do the work He finished the boots and the day following walked into the Kentucky People office and called for pencil and per It was given him and he wrote a two column story and headed it A Warning to Boys ItIwas a splendidly written article and told of a young man of fine family who had been given every advantage i but who after leaving home fell into bad company and wound up by serv- Ing a term in a penitentiary Every one In the printing office believed that the handsome and accomplished shoemaker wrote his lifes story In the warning to boys The day following this he climbed on the stage coach and left without bidding anyone goodbye so lax as we know no one here has heard from him to this b good day While here he was a single man but must have married after his departure it the dead outlaw be his son Harrodsburg Herald p The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are especially trying and probably to none more so than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of acrof ula during a normal October is com ofIeruptions and wasting of the bodily substancewithout thinking of the great good many sufferers from It have derived from Hoods Sarsapa rllla whose radical and permanent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There is probably not a city or town where Hoods Sarsapa rilla has not proved its merits in more homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almost as serious and as much to be feared as its near relative consumption Chamberlains Cough Remedy Saved His Boys Life I believe I saved nine year old boys life this winter with Chamberlains Cough Remedy says AM Hoppe Rio Creek Wls He was so choked up with croup that he could not speak I gave It to him freely until he vomited and in a short time he was all right For sale by altm druggists Here Is something that goes ahead of the Keely cure A igyearold boy in Toledo Ohio received 2100 the other day from a millionaire because a- be didnt drink chew nor smoke There are Others that might reform under the same treatment Y THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME1 Are Never Without Peruna in the Housa JrCt for Catarrh Coughs and Colds 1kR FETER HQUKANX1ertoW1lt fri Psi wrltest Iwasdeaffof flvOyosrinaonld Sad no help I was completely deli was afflicted with shortness pi breath Bronchitis trouble la tha throat so that L wAs In misery Through ode of Dr Hartman almanacs I decided to try Peruna and bought a bottle I took three bottles and now foe roil well my hearing li good again j I can breathe without difficulty i iny throat U no longer Inflamed I followed all the direction and can now say that fir Qattmans Parana baa cured me recommend It to all suffering with catarrh I asa levestyoao THIS lfI litre MB appetite fgtfa mad CMS work i younge4When caturhal dlclass come also Systemic catarrh Jj umost nalrerial mold people This explains why Pernn liu become 1enq1faremedy yet devised that meet theea oa exactly cud cannot be tieitedlOcaU7 nothing but aa effective ijrsUmlo reM- edy could cure thea This U exactly irhilPaxunabFOUL SUSPECTED Young W thai IMd1 Under Sui pJctous Circumstances Morgantown Ky Oct 6A mysterious death occurred near Forgy town about fifteen miles from here A young girl 19 years old by the name of Cordla Kirby Is reported to have taken a large quantity of strych nine on yesterday evening and only lived about 45 minutes This Is the report given by the McCoy family with whom she was staying No cause be assigned for the suicide if Its suiCide but the neighbors suspect foul play as she visited a neighbor about an hour before she died slid was in high spirits The McCoy family say that she acknowledgedtd taking Ufe strychnine but therejls mystery about the whole case may develop something sensational 1 Lyons Laxative Syrup faa vegetable preparation absolutely in its effect it acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cures cOn tipation sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for children as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy ATTENTION I G A R The same route you traveled in 6ij but a vastly Improved road will carry you Washington la 1902 Washington the most appropriate city for a reunion of the G A R How many of the grizzled and gray haired veterans will be able to answer the bugle call to the Nations Capital and once more pasa In grand review down Pennsylvania Avenue How many alas there are who since the last emcampment of Washington ten years agohave been borne to their last bivouac with muffled drums anti laid to rest under the Stars and Stripes while the bugle sounded taps Once more and probably for the last time cornea the call On to Washington The beautiful city extends the invitation at a seasonable tlmeOctoberwh mt the harvesting1 is done and the days are obi and crispThe call will be responded to with unusual energy by every Veteran who caa possible trivet Whit memories will be revived what stirring scenes recalled when their journey U via the Baltimore Ohio Railroadthe saMe old BO Bvttitwillbeaneas ier journey now than then audit be a harder task for the joha to make neckties of 11116rgetting together The B O Station is just one block from the Cap itol and other public buildings and ll hotels can be reached within a few minutes time Low rates wilt be made from all points oa Bi O SW Be sure Mrs Peter Hoffman also write t- T was sick for many years suffered with the liver stomach and kidneys Z had seven doctors but none could cure me as they did not know what ailed mo Every one who saw me said that Icould sot lireTsry lig tbegan td take Parana and gr w better every day Tie dJaappappetite ttaf tiveaty yeah old Mad cia do toy work without getting tired Peruath tfio Ut medicine In the worU tor ctttrrh Yourgood Ferae AM fwd my owa mad my tiusbtaff JIMa1318doboi4Ites allthroJ was entirely enred I ain elghtythre and shall years old and feas young as X did tod yom agti- I visited reeentiamong some old friends who said I looked a young as X did twenty years ago I eolumbuyoni tiCta relic t1 tiiat line Call oa your nOarestTicket Agentfdr par tlcnlars or addresa O PMcCarty1 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohi- oExculsionRafesI National Encampment G A R 1902Ontrip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Washington DC and return for 15 45 for round trip Tick r902TIcketsturn except that by depositing tickets with Joint Agent not later thaa 1200 oclock noon Wednesday October 15 and upon payment of fee of Sac at time of deposit extension of return limit to leave Washington to mayliecut of Pittsburgh Bellare O Par kersbBrtr or Huotiagton W Va Except between Orange Va and Wash Ingtont oa C O Grand e F AM1 Ionls- vllle Oct 223On account of above cc round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October 20 for early morning train October aist Limited to Oct 24th for return a Look at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you aio owing on your sub scription It may seem a very small item td each ono in arrears but thcJ sum total amounts to a considoral sum and Ave need it in our busi ness Dont put it off but pay II a ca xtxABeo- zith lKbudYouIbisAtys v- of A woman In Ohio recently preach ed her hnsbandfl funeral she was determined to have the last word o la trying to distinguish betWeen tae deserving and undeservinB one often misses the opportunity to do a good deed ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHoNE COMPAtiVucoiroutiD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks- where can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying reasonable rent tothe Rough River Telephone Company or be nt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Hartford Republican iMntd by the Hartford ibbflhtcgCompanytm- oRlORATRD JOHN 1IEVHY TIIOItAN Kitltor ZctcrcONcc- Cu=b lan 31- nOUCh n1L =z FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 Itntre or AdTrrtIRlag- Ttanslent adTertlfwmtnU 40c per Inch Brat liutrtlon 1OC per Inch each additional Insertion Ppoclal rata an yearly contracts Local notlrr JOe per line lint Inwrtlon Be per line with additional Inwrtlon Card or thank rwolotlonn and obltnarlM ro- Cole a line Cash In adrn- neeRepubilcanTicket For Appcllnle Jnrtce2uil District JUDGE it LU aurrr 01 Morgantown AMtOCMEHEJiTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce W T OWEN ot DarlMt county ae a candidate for Circuit Judge In the Sixth Judicial DlstrlcMnbJwt to the action ot the Democratic party IT is reported that King Leopold of Belgium will Boon abdicate the throne in favor of life nephew Pririce Al bert son of the Kings brother the count Jt Flanders King Leopold is sixtyseven years old and his age to gether with the lots of his estimable wife a few days ago are assigned as the causes of his abdication To other than Frenchmen the spectacle of Dreyfus marching meek ly behind the bier of his great friend and benefactor M Zolo was an in spiring scene The press dispatches say that his countrymen scarcelynO ticed the presence of Dreyfus How difficult it is for men to forgive one whom they have wronged IF the Herald will indulge us just one comment upon the Democratic primary we should like to ask why Mr Ben D Ringo candidate for the nomination for Commonwealths At torney should be required to put up 8475 to help defray the expenses of the primary when he has no opposi tion Why should not the commit tee declare his nomination and save him this money If the Democrats want to shear their own flock they have the privilege of doing so but the justice of shearing Mr Ringo does not appear to one not up on Demo cratiu politics PROF John Burke a distinguished educator of Newport is Instructor at the Institute this week and his work has been very satisfactory to that body The Republican State con vention at Lexington in 1899 recog nized Prof Burkes ability as an ed ucator when it gave him its nomina tion for Superintendent of Public In structions and the voters of the State recognized his ability for school work when they elected him to that office and a Democratic Legislature recog nized the principle of pillage and plunder when it stole the office from him IN a speech at Hopkinsvifle Mon day John K Hendrick candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor said that Beckham was ineligible and that if nominated and elected it would mean another con test and that the nerves of the JDem ocratio bodypolitic are not able to withstand another contest In plain English Mr Hendrick meant that if Beckham was elected his election would be illegaland his service would be at the sacrifice of another steal and that the Democratic party was not strong enough in Kentucky to survive another steal of the gov ernorship A frank statement but a true one rTilE Fiscal Court convenes here next Tuesday and those citizens of the county who know the value of goodroads and want them built should call on this court while it is in session and urge its members to take some action looking to that end The court will naturally hesitate to ven ture upon a new departure along this line without first knowing that the more enterprising farmers and busi news inen are behind it We sincere ly believe that our progressive citizens favor a new and better system of roadmaking and if a considerable number of them will call on the court in person and urge it to act that good results will follow The members of the Fiscal Court are sensible and reasonable men and are willing we believe to undertake any public im provement within the limits of the countys revenues if the people demand it- THE strike of the anthracite coal miners Pennsylvania is rapidly becoming if indeed it is not already the most alarming incident that ever occurred in industrial circles in the history of the country The hard coalminers of Pennsylvania have boon on a strike since May and a coal famine is in sight for the North and East The situation became so grave that the President has held several cabinet meetings to discuss it but without tangible results The strike continues without prospect of imme diate settlement but if it were settled nowand the miners returned to work At once the hardships and suffering ve this winter in theca cities dependent for fuel upon the Pennsylvania coal fields must far exceed any similar ca lamily that ever befell the people of this country It is already freely predicted that coal riots will occur this winter in the Eastern cities and that it will take a dozen policemen to deliver a cart load of coal in the poor district But terrible as the result must be some good will result from it It will awaken the public to the necessity of forcing some legislation to adjust these oft recurring disputes between operators and the labor un ions in which the public welfare is so vitally interested W BRYAN well known to the American people as a stumper will begin stumping Nebraska for tho fu sion ticket of that Stale today Judg ing from results of Mr Bryans formI er stumping the election of the Republican ticket in Nebraska is pretty sureTun National Encampment of theI Grand Army of the Republo is boldI tug its 36th annual reunion at Wash ington this week More than thirty seven years have elapsed since the deafening din of that deadly conflict died from echoes into silence and when it is remembered that the most youthful soldier must have then lived a score of years the youngest comrade in the line of march at the Capital City must be bent with the weight of years There are no young men there The blasts of many winters have blown chrystal frosts into their hair and three score years and more have marked their faces with deepening lines yet year after year the undaunted brayes meet to rekindle their campfires and for a few bnef hours live again amid the martial scenes of the long ago But each succeeding year finds the ranks broken here and there by a stronger band than man Each year aye each day veterans gallant and brave whose hearts never quailed before the furious engines of death on the gory fields of war answer meekly to the celestial roll call to duty The time is not far distant when the lost veteran of that dreadful conflict must answer to the summons of that Great Commander whose voice the spheres obey But while the remnant of that once mighty and invincible army is with us we should spare no effort to do them honor because they made possible the existence of the mightiest imperial Republic the world ever saw All honor to the peaceful warriors now in conclave at the Na tions Capital FORDSYILLE- Mr Arthur Smith ot Glendtane spent Tuesday night here with his parentsMiss Emma Kelly of Deanfield was In town Wednesday- Hr Hammond McCarty of Louis ville Is spending a few days here with his father Mr Jett McCarty who is sick Mrs J W McCarty and Mrs Lee Montgomery went to Louisville Thursday for several days Miss Mamie Smith went to Har dlnsburg Wednesday for a few days visitMr Lon Rogers of Greensbnrg is in town for a few days Mrs Annie B Miller of Owens boro came up Wednesday night to visit her daughter Mrs Arnold Mc CartyMiss Alma Ford is visiting in Hart ford Mrs Sam Rendar of Oklahoma is visiting relatives here Messrs Smith Reynolds the up todate grocers of the town have In stalled in their new store a ten cent counter which is proving quite popu ular Give them a call we leel sure you will be impressed with the attrac tiveness of everything and the courte ales shown as well A protracted meeting at the Baptist church conducted by the pastor Rev I T Ratcliff assisted by Rev J J Cloar of Owensboro will begin here Monday night October 13 Misses Nancy Smith and Jessie Reynolds returned Wednesday from a most delightful visit to Dr and Mrs E W Ford of Hartford School is dismissed this week and our teachers Messrs Fowler Wilson and Holbrook and Miss Artie Wilson are in Hartford attending the Insti tuteMrs Bendy and daughter MissJessie of Irvington spent a few days here this week with the family of Mr W S Gaines leaving Wednesday for a visit to Ifgrs Branch Miss Mamie DeHaven of Clover port is expected Saturday to be the guest of Miss Jessie Reynolds Miss Ella Smith was the guest of the family of Mr T J Smith in Hart ford during the fair Messrs Edward Sweatt Arthur Smith Elvis Johnson Tilden and Al bert Morrison were in +Hartford Fri day and Saturday for the fair Mr T H Ford was In Hartford a few days last week Mr and Mrs F H Lloyd are visit ing relatives in Beaver Dam Sam Bartlett of Davless county filed suit in the Circuit Court here Wednesday agalnt his wife Eva Bartlett for divorce Mrs Bartlett is In jail here charged with concealing- the birth of a child and the notice was served on her at the jail Mrs Bart lett was formerly Miss Eva Long and lived about two miles east of Hartford when the crime charged was alleged- to have been committed SAFE BLOWERS Crack Two Safes at Calhoon and Get Only a Hundred Pennies Wednesday morning bout two oclock burglars entered the postof lice at Calhoon and blew open the of fice safe with niioglyccrlne but secured only a hundred pennies for their pains The postmaster frequently leaves small sums of money in his safe at night but fortunately Tats day evening he took his money to the house The robbers were evi dently amateurs for they left more than n hundred dollars worth of tamps untouched Defeated in their efforts to secure money at the postoffice the safe crackers ment to Reeves Bros store fleeting an entrance by way of a rear window and proceeded to bow the safe there The noise made by the cracking of the store safe awakened some parties sleeping near by and the town was at J once alarmed A searching party headed by the sheriff and town mar sloal was at once organized and set about the pursuit of the burglars At 5 oclock Wednesday morning Sheriff Cal P Keown who has made something of a reputation as a cap tnrer of safe blowers was telephoned for Sheriff Keown owing to certain business engagements was unable to- go to the scene of the burglary but telephoned to Dundee for bloodhounds which passed through here at 7 oclock Wednesday morning in charge of MrI J N Cole en route to Calhoon Mr D II Poole formerly with the Ohio Valley Produce Co has been made assistant cashier of the Green River Deposit Bank at Rochester Cutting Affray at Rockport Rockport Ky Oct gLast Monday Herbert and Cleburn Baker of this place boarded train No 121 for a short trip south of here Herbert purchased a ticket for Notonvllle and was was going from there to Lenton ladwhile Cleburn was going to change cars at Princeton where he was going to work under bridge fore man A M Harrel on the O V R R Both Herbert and Cleburn were drinking Bridge foreman Harrel was on the same train with a pass tor his gang Cleburn was Included in the pass While the train was be tween here and Nelson station con duster H Y Hausbrow come to Cle burn for his pass and they got tip a little dispute ever the pass Cleburn Baker and the conductor exchanged a few words and got to fighting Ba ker reported that the conductor drew a revolver on him and he stepped behind a bystander and doded around and knocked the gun out of his hand By this time the porter Interfered and Herbert Baker interfered and cut the porter very bad so that he had to stop off at Central City The Barber boys returned to Rockport on the next train very bloody and looked as though they were badly hurt but they were not The Baker boys have have not been arrested but officers are after them 100 Reward S1OO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease bybulldtngslating nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testis monials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr G Goldstein of Loulsvlllewho is known by the people of Hartford and vicinity will arrive here in a few days and will remain only n short time and will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and any one in need oi glasses cannot do better than give him a call Parents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too much care can not be taken in this particular as any neglect on the part of the parents may lead to most serious consequences In after life If the eyes of the childI need glasses the Doctor can determine It and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and in crease their strength The Doctor has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public those suffering with their eyes should call on him and ii he dont give relief It will not cost them anything He can adjust to any eyes and any age I A good glass rightly adjusted Is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can ill afford to do without A glass Imperfectly adjusted is worse than no glass Office 1f uri from 10 a rUe to 3 p m a ome Coffees arc Glazed with a cheap coating- If glazing helps coffee why arent the high priced Mochag and Javas als- oLion Coffee perfectlyflavor nowe 01111 rlrtur METHODIST CONFERENCE b At Louisville Closed Assign ments for the Owens boro District Owensboro District J T Rushing Presiding Elder Settle Chapel T R Kendall Main Street B M Curry Owensboro Circuit T J Randolph Yelvington W W Prince Rome At Bennett Calhoon P C Dnvall it Beech Grove J B Galloway Hart lord J C Petrie Hnwesvlllej J L j Reid Cloverport P T ling Beaver Dam G W Shugart Lewlspprt James II Chandler Fordsvllle James W Walker South Carrollton E F Lawhorn Livermore Gco H GIvens Rosine F A McKay Pleasant Ridge R D Bennett- EIIZ1bethtown DlstrlctDJCamp bell Presiding Elder Ellzabethtown A P Lyon Elizabethtown Circuit J G Freeman Hardlnsburg W F Ho gard Hodgesvllle B K Means Brandenburg T L Crandell Big Springs L M Russell Irvington W A Hines Falls of Rough E N Wit son Sonora D F Walton McDan lels BW Shomwell Hardin Springs J c Htsklns on Louisville Circuit- B A Brandon Wolf Creek B M DeWitt Leltcbfield C T Williams South Leltcbneld J H Fowley West Point S L Coward Mlllerstown D A Hanson Sulphur Fork E M Gibbons Garnettsvllle S C Allen ROCKPORT- Mr Melvin Wilson has returned from a business trip in Louisville Mrs A B Kevll has returned from Cincinnati Rev G H Lawrence of Small hous was in town last Saturday Mr Monroe Gossett has returned to Nunelly Tenn Mr G W Sallee of Birdseye Ind was in town last week on business Miss Myrtle Hines visited her sis ter Mrs D Gx Young at Beaver Dam last week Miss Vally Atchison ot Bowling Green Is visiting in town this waek the guest of Mr and Mrs D F GibbsMr Richard Carr of Nelson was in Rockporflast Saturday Mr A M Harrel has iicepteda- position as bridge foreman oh the OE V R R- Miss Alice Williams who has been confined to her room for several weeks with typhoid fever is able to be out again Miss Etta Stroud ot Central CityI was in town last Saturday en route to visit Mr J L R Maddox her uncle of West Providence Mr L E Herrel of Render was in town last Sunday Messrs C D Ross and Luther Ad dlngton ot Smallhous were in town Tuesday en route to Princeton Ky Mr B C Petty returned yesterday to Princeton Ky Born to the wife of Mr Herbert Tlchenor a girl Messrs Klah Tichenor of Ccralvo H H Howard and Keller Haynes of Rockport left today for Princeton KyEMr J G Williams came up last Saturday night from Henderson to see his family returning Sunday Mr Floyd Baker left yesterday Cort Warner AlarMr Alfred Clark of Owensboro was In town yesterday- Mr J T II Furgerson is on the sick list this week Mr B W Thompson of Liver more was In town yV srday Mr R T Miles Livermore was in town today Prof M D Maddox is attending the institute at Hartford this week Mrs R T Wedding visited rela tlves in Hartford last week Miss Cora Reid is visiting relatives in IIProfinstitute at t Hartford tills week Mr Gene Focht of New York City was in town yesterday1 in Mr Odle Davis of White Plains was in town today ot Prof Eugene Kimmel of Ceralvo was in town today en route to Hart fordMr I S Southard of McHenry was in town today on business Messrs Hubert and Cleburn Baker will leave today for Princeton Ky Rev W C Pierce and family of Catletsburg Ky are visiting rela lives and friends in town and vlcln ItyMr Geo W Tilford who was wounded several days ago Is able to be out again Mr M P Maddox of Smallhous who has been sick so long was in town to day Annual Meeting The Fourth annual meeting of the Kentucky Independent Telephone Association will be held in Louisville- on October 28th and 29th 1902 The Independents have made wonderful progress In the State during the past year Their Louisville meet- Ing I will be largely attended OUR NEW FALL GOODS k Are now arriving daily and we propose to have this fall and cOIning winter one of the best selected stocks of Dry Goods ever carried in Ohio county and the most impor tant fact of all the prices will be lower than over heard of for the same line of goods We solicit your careful inspectionrWhat You will Find in Our Dress Goods Department Guaranteed black Taffeta Silk a yard wide Best quality lack Pean do Soi 1 n yard Heavy black Zibilino for handsome skirts 150 per yard Black wool Corduroy Best quality Gloria Tnflbta Mohair Black Mohair 50c 85c and 1n yard Handsome embroidered Shirt Waist Flan nols Wool Waistings from 25c to 1 a yard Fancy Outings for Dressing Sacks and Waists Beautiful Cotton Waist ings that show up as pretty as 75c French Flannel Latest Novelties in Trimmings Laces Collars Etc Wo will make to your interest if you will comp in null see us I j Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalidsr WIleD th uIa torpldttd falls lo flo lt work the bile eats the blood M a lralent potion Tbeo tame eofMtipauoo Ulioune tick headache fever Floe ngM kwek ud iuru Nuunt won u the net BMOiiert t- eS f LIVER PILLS JTim pal toocbe the deer lad Ux pellec moths- S 1Jl1eID dose roc Gr sal cents IJIIS IID kM your lUll U eiMcdloglr bvl few win be eau before you Snub them Sample tree For ail a- tFor all dealera sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I FRIENDSHIP CHURCH Mrs M Ft Royal and sons visited Mrs Grlnda Royal Sunday I Mr Isaac Westerfield and family spend Lords Day at Mr Ara Crow leys I Born to the wife ol Mr henry Drown September 20 a girt I Mrs Vente Westei field and two children Owensboro are visiting rel i6th He leaves a wife six children mother brothers and sister to mourn 21 Mr Iva Edge His remains were Interred the 22nd at Sugar Grove cemetery He leaves a wife one child mother brothers and sister to mourn his loss We extend condolence to the bereaved families Any druggist who looks more to the health and welfare ol his friends and customers than to the Increase of his prescription trade will recommend Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for attacks ol constipation and blllonsness They are far better than drugs and much cheaper than prescription bills G C McClnre Son the leading druggists of Gallup Ky write Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets have proved to be most popular and satisfactory medicine we ever handled A trial convince you of their great superiority over ordinary liver pills 25 eta H Williams m r Knew His Habit Becky I hear talk among the church folks that they are bent on makln me a deacon at the yearly mettln come Thursday Theyd better postpone it a spell Abner What makes you think so Becky Cause Abner you know youve to the stove next week Washington Star When you wake up with n bid taste your mouth go at once to all drug dlsts drug store and get a free sample Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation m McHenry Property Sold O H Haynes sold by auction this morning at to oclock for D M Mc Henry of Frattcfoit the home at No 218 Anthony strctt to N 11 Cooke forr195 and the house at 227 McFarland street to N B Polndexter for 1585 Owensboro Inquirer Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on For 60 years the have been the Standard Family PHI Small doses cure Andnfliiiu Want moustache or beard beautiful I brown or rich black T Tlienui I DYEM lore 10 try0 e wMt11 ft I Wlt4 co eu u N N Judge B L D Guffy candidate for to the office of Appellate Judge will address the voters of Ohio county here October II Every voter in Ohio county should come out to hear him Get a free sample oi Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are tester to take and more pleasant In effect than pills Then their use Is not fol lowed by constipation as Is olten the case with pills Regular size 250 per box m For Constipation Trte Ljonn tJit rrlccno Louisville Market cATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 625e 6 50 Medium to good steers 5 50 6 oo Choice butcher steer 4500 5 00 Medium to good butchers 3 750 4 25 Common to medium 3 oo 3 40 Canners I 50G r 85 Good to choice feeders 4 400 4 65 Common to medium 3 500 4 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 750 4 25 Common to medium 2 750 3 25 Grad to met stock heifers 2 5oG 3 OJ Plain light mixed stockers 2 25 2 85 Good to choice bulls 3 coG 3 40 Medium to good bulls 2 5o0 3 oo Choice veal calves 5 50e 6 50 Com to medium calves 3 ooG 4 25 Choice to fancy cows 30004000 Medium to good 25 coG 35 co Plain common 18 ooG 25 co HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 lbs e 7 35 tied packers 160 tp 200 7 20 Choice light 120 to 160 69- Choice pigs oo to 120 G 9007 06 ood pigs 50to 90 6 bo j Roughs 150 to sco 6 ooG 6 50 snEEr AND IAMBS Good to extra shipping 2750 3 oo Pair to good a 5oG 2 75 Common to medium 1750 2 25 Bucks 15oG 2 25 THR GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 700 No 3 68c re jetted aG8c less on levee itfc less CornWhite 64c mixed 63J 0 yellow 690 OatsWhite 350 mixed 29C The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the for corn oats and rye are selling Tint PROVISIONS MARKRT Mess Porkz7 00 HamsChoice sugarcured light andspecial cure I2i4c heavy to medium I3i3cBaconClear rib sides I2c regular clear sides J2c packed breakfast A bacon I4c sugarcured shoul lers ioc bacon extra n cVLardPrime steam In tierces IOJCa choice leaf in tierces nc In tubs ic pure leaf lard In tierces iitfc in firkins I2cBulk Meatr Ribs nc regularg lear sides iijf extra short ioc 0 These in Our Cloak Millinery and Shoe Wo will show you tho nobbiest lino or Cloaks to bo found anywhere outside a largo city A nice lino of tho now Monto Carlo Cloaks for Ladies and Misses A nice lino of Capes Jackets and Furs Our Millinery Goods are tho newest toIbo found and at prices to suit everybody Our Shoo Depart ment is complete all tho newest uptqdato Shoes for Men Woman and Children Our Twin Owl Shoes for Boys ChileIrons forts and Blankets Dont fail to como and see us if you need anything in this lino rhe Economy DRY GOODS STORE Mrs Sara Collins Smith Manager tailrod PELLETSr IBIdePtemllber DepartureDied Dizzy BUCKINGHAMS Public Speaking reelection aslnspleannttorakeandrpcr- recnyharmleruuderaliclrcumetaacc milchi pricesC Departments a OH I II 1 II II 11 II 1111 ff H ID PoBarnes 6 Bros11 Storej t The Popular Trading Place for the Green River Country Our buyers are back from tho markets and wo are ready to demonstrate to tho public that our offorts in their behalf exceed by far any former domostratiou Whether your needs bo great or small our storo ought to bo foremost in your mind for nowhere in tho whole country are your wants moro courted and nowhere has I tho dollar more purchasing power Every department abounds in excellent values and invites comparison This store grows in favor by comparison with other oilbrings Colored Dress GoodsiOur entire lino of Dress Goods and Woolens is now in with Trimmings Linings and Buttons necessary to J I convert same into stylish rcadytowoac Suits Wo l 1 have Bargains at popular 1tJ mont and see the now l 1 Broadcloths Special Imported Scotch Mixtures Ve J netians New Silk Stripes for Waists Etc Remember 1 wo are proud to show our fall exhibitions of high class Black and Fancy Dress Goo- dsUnrivaled t Display Of New Millinery In all your life you have never seen sucha display of tho milliners art as wo have on exhibition in this IFALLas designers fitters and makers of perfect Hats Toques and Bonnets J This W eekI Wo will place on sale our entire lino of Ladies Misses and Childrens Wraps and Furs You will find hero an unusual assortment such as Fashion has decreed for its favorite wear 3 r KFBARNES BROa 11 BELAVRR DAM KYtotttttw 1111I11 iI I H II HI H I a I a 1111111 I It IIi Ai 1 GUNSI GUNS f I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OP 1 fADdIHartfordI Everything now throughout Table tho best Service 3 excellent Como and see us ISAAC fOSTER r Proprietor I For Sale Scholarship in the Bryant Strat- ton Business College Louisville can save you money Call on or Tim RBPUBMCAM Hartford KyI Jersey Cow for Sale One good six year old Jersey cow iving milk Apply to tf C M BARNBTT J To Whom itMay Concern II have this daytset tny sons James v O Brown and Thotaos O Drown free to contract and beContracted with oa their own responsibility and I will not hereafter be responsible for l their contracts nor conduct This ti October 7 1902 4 ITHOUASJ BROWH Taylor Mines Ky JI i f V I 2 j Look IAlong the Linell A 19Note every item we offer compare every price wo quote examine every quality we carrYrandYouII prettysoon understand why II j we do so much more business than any oth or house Now that the Fall season is al 49 most on us you natually begin to investi gate where you can buy the best goods the Ci cheapest We are bidders for your business it 43 Call and examine our stock and we will t get it 6 We Quote You u Mens good everyday Shoes I to 2 5o it fLadlesChlldree Shoes zse to fI50 per pair U Good Domestic yard wIde 4yf cUHeavy Cotton leana Ise- 4Q Deal all woot Jeaae 750 to 35e Ut 49 fleet Bed Tlcking I5c Good Red Table LInen J5C to 25Ctct Mews kabeavy3 paIr for t tt ideas good Suspenders i Ioc- IQ tGents big alze lIaadktrchlela 5c b Ladles heavy Fleeced Veat 25c 42Ladtea acme In Pants t Ii heavy Fleeced Shlrta 5ocUCi Iadlel Union SuIts 50C C1 MIsses Upton Suits 25c b1 t4Millinery Department9 This is one of our Big Fall Attractions rf When you visit us you will find our MILLI NERY PARLOR brim full of the very latest inrhead wear We are making special efforts this season to fix the little b fCl folks in Hats Etc We are better prepared U S1 than ever before to satisfy the wants of ev erybody So come along and we will con + Ii vince you that we are HEADQUARTERS by 4 showing you one of the most complete lines Ci of Millinery ever shown in Ohio county Ci tr ro FARMERS needing largo Fall supplies for win I 49 41 tor wo especjallY urgo you to sco our lino of gM Ci Shoes Jeans Linsoys Outings Canton Flannola tf Underwear Etc The Big Bargain Center Is Ci U Ci 1 j t tt 1nnnnwnwnpppi r I Hartford Republican dt 4FRIDAV OCTOBER 1o City Restaurant t Big line of Trnnke at Sam Bechs See Carson Bros for molasses kegs Tweddell makes good meal Try hImtfCity Reatruraat Tor everything good to eat- Carton urns deliver groceries any where la town Ice Cream at City Restaurant duro lug the Iptltute Come to hear Gully at the Court IIonse tomorrow HylmyI what a run the Ctty Rest I taurnt had last week Everybody should hear Judge Gut J fys speech here to morrow W L Douglas Shoes at Carson Cos Every paIr guarabteedi- Nicest FruIts Nuts and Candles In Hartford at City Restaurant Sonneborns Warranted Clothing nonebett rat Carson Cos i Bring us your produce Highest market prIces paid CARSON Co tThreechlldreuof Mr Wm Martin- I of near Megan have typhoId fever MIH 8allle Johnson ofneat Megan Ie dan efou lytn oC typhoId lever MrJ H mubaby Is slowly recovering from a sickness of several I y weeks fresh Oysters constantly ou hand f tCltyRestaurant and served In any style Sam Bacb the leading ClothIer wants your trade I guarantee sotls faction Mr Heber Matthews edftor of the Hartford Herald Is oa the sIck list tlils week i Niceat Cheese Sausage DrIed Deel and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant Remnant Calico r6 cts per pound in avenge of s rte per yard at Car eol5 Cos J DrAP Stanley was very sIck rho 6iet Of the week but Is now Ouch lmprovedt inr D W King the Osteopaths at W G JlArdwlck Call on hIm for examlaatloa tr The celebrated Hamilton Browr- iShoeis aold by Sam Bach Every paIr guaranteed Hrs Herbert Render I dIed of con su ton at her residence near Ma tanraa Sunday yr Pine line of Shoes at Sans Bachs Prices to suit everybody Remember every paIr guaranteed Glenn Rlago and h Herald plant ue having a concrete pavement laId In front of theIr offices GrocerylineCARSON Duos Its time to put away that light Underwear and Invest In a new salt at Sam Bacha Warm servIceable and cheap Mens Wool Suite only 275 at Sam Dachsalzea 35 to 42 Black Clay Worsted SnIts only bolllzee 35 to 42 If yon have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to Mcllvaln the Jeweler Hartford House Dont forget that you are saving four cents on the pound when you buy a bolt bf Remnant Calico from Carson Co Col C M Barnuett new buildIng on Center street Is about completed and will be occupied by Tug RtPUD- IrCAN In about ten days R L Tweddell la now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mili located southend Iron bridge IIartford Ky tf The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Sylvester NeIghbors of near Megan dIed last week and was burled at the Hamilton burying grounds Mr Ernest Woodward sew resl- deace on Predrica street la nearing completion We do not know who Is going to occupy It when completed Twentyone years from last Friday the Democratic party will Javeaa other voter The young man Is atop ping with Mr and Mrs S H SeIbert Mr Lyman WIlliams left Tnesfday for Berea Madison county where he goes to take B posltioq wIth the Berea Banking Company as aylatant cash far See those A11 Wool Boys Sultsat Sam Bachs for only r4oalzea 8 to IS years Youlha black Clay Worsted Suite only 9osires 24 to I9 yearn Dr O GoldsteIn the noted Ocu list will bee at the New Commercial Hotel October 14 and remaIn a few days only See hIs ad In another columnProf John W Petty of Rockport- Is a lamlllar figure at the Institute Prof Petty has been a member of the OhIo County Teachers Institute for thirty years Biggest line of Gloves ever shown jn Hartford at Sam Bachs Boys Gloves and Mens working Gloves from a5c up Gloves to suit every body and all klllds of work k henry Whlttake charged wit shooting Jack Wl1son at Horse Brand about a year ago was arrested al Mining City Butler county Sunday by Deputy Serta Holman and broughl here Monday end lodged In Jail LosTBetween the Pair Gronadl and Render Saturday October 4 a ladys gold watch Stars and Stripe on cue Reward for its return to J L BuaTON Render Ky Mr Steve May of Prentis was a conspicuous official at the faIr las week Mr May has been conuecte d wIth the ring management for fiftee n years and will likely continue thin connection for as many years more Pure Bone Fertilizer Jar sale will give you the best prices ever made on pure raw4one Call aud see the State ChemIsts test P M WESTRRPIED Hartford Ky Mr Newt Greer of Megan dIed last Sunday at noon of typhoId fever and was burled Monday afternoon at- Pleaaant lull cemetery Mr Gree- was about thIrty years old and leaves a wife and one child to mourn his death Carson Co have the best line of Dry Goods have the best line oC Clothing have the best line of Millln cry have the beat line of Groceries and gIve you better treatment than any other house In town Come and see us CARSON CO If you want a Pea thrasher Wheat Drill DIsc Harrow Wagon Buggy Cane Mill Evaporator or Field Seed call on D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam Ky Also will unload Fertll- lzer October r3 1902 ten cents less at the car 9t4 Mr L M Render and Miss Nettle May Major will be rrarried Wednes day evening Odobr 22 at the Wal nut Street Baptist church LouIsville Mr Render ie a son of Mr W D Render of this place and Is secretary of the Columblan Trust Company of Louisville The Elller Duncan Coal mine was told here Monday by order of court The property was knocked down to j W nlsler Jar the amount of the debt but we understand Mr Elder bought It for some Leltcbfield parties who will open up the mIne more extensively In the spring Bargalasl Dnrgalasl Bargalnsl In remnant calicoes that we have been selllag at 20C per pound we aremiow selling at lGe making an average 01- 2C yer YArd Come quIck and get yost choIce as our stock is limIted and will soon run out CARSON Co Sheriff Cal P Keown has paId already to the State Treasurer nearly 10000 This la about one half the amount of tax due the State The Sheriff and hIs deputies collected dun lug the month of September about 12000 the largest collection ever made In that month nod dId It wIth out making a levy New Marsbal- At a meeting of the City Council Wednesday Marshal W II Mauzy resigned and nnon Paris was elected to fin the vacancy Mr Mauzy made a good officer but resigned on account of accumulating age and poor health Mr Paris is a young man and his courage Is wen known We believe he will make one of the best marshals Hartford ever had Central Business College Notes The pupils are at work with renewed vIgor alter their vIsIt to the laIrMIss Victoria Williams matriculated Monday In the combIned course Mr Karl Anderson Is at school again after a weeks sIckness Mr Lester Polk a former student Is visiting the school thIs week Messrs Chester Stevens Robert Miller and W S Hill were viajlors Tuesday mornIng Pro T J Morton conducted exercises Tuesday morning In a very able manner Ills subject wall the four qualities that make a manHonesty Honor Labor and energy Professors Matheny and Turvey of Beaver Dam conducted exercIses Wednesday Their talks on educe appeclatedThe was organized Monday SCOTTS EMULSION SCotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of merr women and children To the menScotts Emul sion I gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of bodylosses from any wasting disease- For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining food and tonic for special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help I Send for free sample SCOTT des BOWNE Chemlllta- 4094r25 Pearl Street New York 600 and S rooI all druaalats c OUR VOTING CONTEST Count Will Begin at One Oclock TomorrowPrlzes Award ed an Hour Later At t oclock tomorow afternoon our voting contest will close At that hour some gentlemAn teacher will have won a 75 buggy and some lady teacher n 20 gold watch and an hour later the awards of prizes will be made We will continue to receive subscriptions but no votes will be re celved alter the hour mentioned The I ballot box wilt be opened at n oclock and Messrs Claude Smith Cal P Keown and the editor of this countingIwill not consume more than an hour and as soon as It Is closed the buggy and watch will be presented to the lucky wInners Tim REPUBLICAN almost from its organIzation has been closely Identl fled wIth the interest oj the teachers of the county Two of its former ed ritora have been at the same time editor of thIs paper and SuperIntendent of schoohr and we hope we do the present efficient Superintendent no- lujustfce by aayingthat he la our dep sty edItor In turn the teachers have liberally supported the paper and for these reasons we offered these the most valuable prizes ever gIven away by a newspaperiu OhIo county exclusively to the teachers of our county schools We shall next week produce the pictures together wIth a short biography of the winners Teachers Institute The OhIo County Teachers Instl tote convened In Court house Tues day morning Superintendent James IcWuse presiding wIth Prof J M Matheny Vice PresIdent and Prol A S Tanner Secretary One hundred and twentytwo teachers are enrolled as followsIBIrch Shfelds obett Miller JM Matheny O N Stewart C II Tur vey n S Howard F D Moseley C G Crowder 00 Williams A P Mlles F T Whlttlaghlll J c Law rence C S Bennett W S Hill V M Moseley L C Leach Lorene KnIght CarrIe Rowe J p Stuart L K Mllbnrn C n SmIth Florence Morton A E Ellis Lon lIerrel A- lL Acton Jesse Rock D P Moseley Urey Howard J A Duff MarvIn Black J J Hoover Lena Miller Moses Coppalte Willie Lewellen Nannle Moseley Mlttle Mosely Clarence DeWeese Chas DeWeeae Myrtle Moreland W D Sandbach Mattie Tiehenor Onus Maddox Bar nIce Miller May n Rogers B II Hodges C A Keene F O Eubank H E Taylor Nora Clark JClack son JA Sandbach O TWl1sonW R Carson A C Porter MIllol brook CAAlIen II IIDavfaJllaa Barnes Harmon Whlteac8rver W D Woodward Nettle Rogers Maggie Paxton Sarah Pjrtl Bertha Paxton AnnIe Hooge Mattie Pirtle Margaret Davidson Belle Shown Ella Herring Edna Hudson Stella Tanner O M Shultz S E Turner C D Render A L Maddox n R Maddox Oza- aShnltzl D Oliver M D Maddox J E Davidson William Park G W WhIte Irene Whlttlaghlll Cova Henry O W Likens R D Robert son Mack Clark Blumer Renlrow Florence Rowan Ellis Mitchell Alice Bosket Lennie Rowe D Drown Mollie Tunstall Artie Wilson J L Black J S Pitxhugh S W Crowe Lou Hoover E A Carter S M WIl son Daisy Wilson J A Wedding J W Petty L M Sanderfur E A Smith Ell Moxley Mary Holloway Joe Chancellor Gordon lames Henry Leach Rosa Berryman P D Wester field O W Edge T J Edge Otho Fowler J W Petty L M Sander fur nil Moxley E M KImmel and J C Hohelmer The Fair Except for the heavy rains Thurs day and Friday the OhIo County FaIr was the biggest thing of the kind ever held In the county Saturday was a day not soon to be forgotten by the falrgning people of Ohio county The day was bright and beautiful and despite the muddy conditIon of the roads a multitude of people came In Saturday Capt S K Cox Is chIef manager for the Pair Company and he was ev erywhere at once making llle pleasant for everybody Throughout the whole fair the best of prder was maintained and every body had a nIce time Encouraged by the generous encouragement un der bad weather conditions this year the OhIo County FaIr Company will give the greatest fair In its hIstory next year Our Teachers The teachers In the Institute In sessIon thIs week form an interesting spectacle of young manhood andwo manhood The ladles teachers by their very occupation are characters of Industry neatness and vIrtue and the YOQug men are model of honesty energy and sobriety No other vocation in me calls for such hIgh standards of morals and worth as that of the teacher No young lady about whose reputation for neatness or vIr lore therebad n B whIsper could obtain either s rtlficate or a school per could a man whose honor or sobriety had been called In question It Is from observation of practical reo suits rather thIn from local pride that we say OhIo county has the most efficient teachers of any county In Western Kentucky and If nobody will tell our wile we will observe that the lady teachers are the prettiest In Kentucky ABOUT PEOPLE Mr T J Smith was In Owensboro Monday Mr J N Raley Select was In town Wednesday Mr R B Martin Cromwell vIsit- ed us Monday Mr J W Uisler was a caller at thIs office Monday Mr L N Worley Prentls was In town Tuesday Congressman D H Smith was In town thIs week Mr R C Taylor of Cromwell was In town Tuesday Dr J S SmIth McHenry was la town Wednesday Mr G A Wellet Adaburg called on us Wednesday Mr RI Duff Sulphur Springs was in town Tuesday Mr Mr n B Flaley Deizetown was In town Tuesday Mr Gregory WeddIng returned to LouIsville Wednesday Dr J H Maxwell of Narrows was in town Tneaday County Attorney W It Barnes went to Cromwell Wednesday Miss Nancy Smith Pordsyllleat tended the Institute thIs week Mr James DavIs Sulphur Springs was among our callers Monday Mr Lawrence DanIel Olaton gave uSa very pleasant call yesterday Mrs M S Ragland Is visiting relatives at RosIne and Horse Branch Mr and Mrs Fitzhugh Renfrow Narrows were In town Wednesday Miss Suite Felix Olaton who has been visiting relatives here returned home yesterday Mrs W H Duke and Mrs Mark Renfrow Sunaydale are guests of Miss pessle Duke Miss Blanch Myler of EurekaIad- fa the guest of Mr W Do Luce and slater MIss Mattie Hon A S Bennett of Beds who has been traveling In the South for several months is at hume agaIn Mrs T II Aull of Bowling Green and Dr I C Hoover and wire of Owensboro left for home Tuesday MIsses JessIe Reynolds and Nancy SmIth Fordsvllle and Mary SmIth city gave us a very welcome call FridayMiss Edith Carson went to Louisville Tuesday where she will spend a few days with her brother Mr Amos Carson Mrs B p Barbour and daughter MIss Carolyn have gone to St Louie to atledd the faIr and see the veiled prophet MISs Zana Barnett of Owensboro whq visited friends here and attended the laIr tilt week left for her home Monday Messrs HardIn and John Coppage Leitchfield attended the funeral of their brother Mr Jas R Coppage Tuesday Mr Henry liardwIck who has been visiting hIs brother Mr W G lIardwlck returned to hIs home at MemphIs Tuesday Messrs John lIeavrln OweasboroI And Charlie lIeavrln Loulsvllle who have been visiting theIr brother MrI M L Heavrln returned home Tues day Dr J II White wife and son reo turned to their home In Charleston Mo last Tuesday after a pleasant vIsIt to friends and relllUves In Hartford Among the many visItors who attended the faIr last week none seem ed to enjoy themselves more than ourI young friend Mr Edgar Cecil of Owensboro who seemed to be a gen eral favorite wIth everybody Deeds Recorded Susan A Daugherty to W O andI O W Brown 65 acres for tJ85 S A Snatcher and wife to W and- O Brown 67 acres for 800IE R Ashby and wife to Susan Mary Bennett 25 acres for 100 Cicero M Smith and wife to school district No 77 J J Stewart and wife to B FICooper I acre for 300 J B Tichenor laud wife to Alfred Matthews ro acres for f225 Alex V Bennett and wife to Mary A Humphreys acres for f200 John D Bell rind wIfe to R H Khncheloe99 acres for i5oo- GM Stokes and wile toc D ChIck lot In Beaver Dam Cor f20 C D ChIck and wife to RIchard Taylor lot In Beaver Dam for f25 RIchard Taylor and wile to Luther Chiun 2 lots inn Beaver Dam for 300 C M Taylor and E D Hughes to RIchard Taylor lot In Beaver Dam for 25 R C Taylor and wife to Gee W Brown x6o acres for f2 Soo James Curtis and wIre to Chris E Bullock S5 acres f500 loA BoUag and wIfe to Charles Martin a6 acres for r85- Wlttle SwaIn to Lou Gentry ann undivided interest In the James Gentry farm for fjoo Mrs Belle Tabor to Mrs Sarah Ferguson a lot in Horse Branch for 75 Gus St ClaIr and wile to lames F Cooksey 48acres for 1500 C n Crowder and wIfe to Thos F James a lot In Balztown for 6 W D Barnes to T lIam Barnes lot In Beaver Dam for 1380- Geo V M n and M D Drown to C R Brown r2 scree for 365 John W IIInes ud wile to Logan M Smith Ip ales Jar 85S lill Stuffed Up Thats tlro condition of many sufferers from catarrh ospecl3l1yln the morning Great difficulty is experienced In clear Ing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headacho Impairs tho taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stomach and affects tho appetite To cure catarrh treatment must be constitutionalalterative and tonIc I wn amlded with catarrh I tool medicine or dlIJerent kinds giving each a fair trIal but gradually grow wore until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Ilaoda sanaparltla and alter taking five bottle I was cured and have not had any return or the disease since Seoeca FOB BEll Lebanon Ken Moods Sarsaparilla Cures cntarrhIt soothes and strengthens the mucous membrane and builds up the sabots sistem P WHITTAKER A Character Familiar to the Pris on Officials of Ohio and Davless counties In Trouble Again P WhIttaker a rather tough character living near Pleasant Ridge and who has been up against every sort of a charge from horse stealing to murder Is In the Owensboro Jail under charge of robbing a fellow drunkard of f2 In that cIty several days ago Whena boy cop fell into the habIt of readIng lifes sIgnboards wrung and has been goIng wrong ever since Several years ago he stabbed to death a man by the name of SmIth at Whltesvl1le for whIch he was given A sentence of seven years In State prison but through the intervention of an Influential relative he was pardoned after serving about two years lIe then returned to his old haunts and agaIn pursued hIs crimInal In sUncta GIven more to drInk than to love of work Whittaker had a tact for getting money not always understood by parties from whom he got It There Is a certaIn tact Jar open frank ness abont the midget that has saved him many a prosecution Sometime ego we said that among several hundred prisoners visited lathe OhIo county Jail we had never seen but one who was guilty We meant of course only one who ac knowledged himself guilty and WhIt taker was the party referred Whittaker had a habit of frankly admItting his crimes whIch frequently won for him a sort of sympathy from those who knew hIs real chasc- ter We can not venture an opinion as to the outcome of WhIttakers latest adventure but we think society would be more secure it he were locked up IndefinItely Tax Notice Your special attention is hereby called to notice recent ly received in regard to pay nlent of your tax If this no tiro is not heeded ot onto you may expect to find your prop erty advertised for sale You owo the county and State and they ore demanding collection at my hands Fair warning CAL P KEOWNSOC v Stock Dying In Grayson The great number of cattle sheep and other stock dying of anthrax In Grayson county In the past two weeks has attracted attention an over the StateAt a meeting of the State Board of Health at the Galt House In Louis yule Tuesday nIght the subject was taken up and thoroughly discussed County Attorney J C Graham of Grayson county was present and ad vIsed the Board In regard to the situ atlou there Steps will be taken im medIately to prevent the spread of the dIsease whIch Is very contageous The disease spreads rapIdly and Is usually fatal It not Infrequently attacks men among whom It Is more fatal than with stock The remedy Is inoculation of the healthy stock la the community where the dIsease pears and a strict quarantine agalalt Infected districts A meeting of the Fiscal Court of Grayson county has already been called to dIscuss the matter and the county authorities will heartily cooperate wIth the State authorities In stamping out the dreaded dIsease No Hair My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed 1 then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs GA McVay Alexandria O The trouble Is your hair does not have lire enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed It with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time us a kitS Au trantsta If your drugg4t cannot supply you send us ono dunlar and we wtII express JOo a bottle llesure end Itho tbo Dame your nearestoxIreu odIc Address oJ C AYE1I CO Lowell Naas P M Our New t Fu11 GoodsAve now on hand and we invite the pub tic to an inspection of the finest line of ii seasonable Dry Goods ever shown in Hart expenseinc light the eye please the wearer and save ii experiencehaveand with a desire to serve their interests we have succeeded in purchasing a stock which in point of excellent values and thisit latest styles and most serviceable wear2ing apparel As a sample toek le3e ieC14lg Heavy Factory Cotton Good Bleached Cotton Good Cotton Flannel 4ciExtra Heavy Drllllag 21iGood heavy 56 inch Waterproof 40C Allwool heavy Top Skirt goods 5aMens Black Clay Worsted Sulis1zes 35 to 42 f250 t 2YouthsBoys all wool Sultlslua 7 to IS r 40 DIg line of Overcoats to suit everybody Mens Shoes too Ladles Shoes fIOO Youths Shoessizes3to 5K 9oc DIg line of Chlldrene Shoes t FIne line of WaIst Flannels Jackets Capes readymade Dress Skirts Trunks rattlags and Carpets t Please remember that we have as fine ia stock ofDry Goodsin all linesas can rightinnovelties No old stockeverything new ii Give us a call and we assure you that we 2will come as near supplying your wants 44 as any store in the county and at prices that will be entirely satisfactory to you i gourst tOr Tradev SAM BACHr Hartford RAISED THE ANTE Democratic Judicial COmmittee Calls for More Money The Democratic JudIcial district committee held a specIal meeting In thIs city thIs afternoon Those la attendance were Tt A Pedley of Owensboro C A Payne of Davle county T T Smith of OhIo county Edward E Kelly of Hancock county and Dr W p Miller of McLean county The object of the meeting was to provide money for holding the judicial primary The candidates for judge were raIsed r50 each making theIr total assessment 750 each The candidate for commonwealths attar ney had his smite raIsed 75110 that his Ullumeatlsllow75 Jas R Coppage Dead MrJ R Coppage of pear town died at the asylum at Hopklasvll1e Sunday and was burled at the Brown burying ground four mile north of town Tuesday Mr Coppage was seventy years old and had been la feeble health for some time About three weeks ago hIs mInd became un balanced and growIng feebler In both mind and body the family decIded to send hIm to the asylum for the Insane whIch was doua Satnrday where he dIed twentyalx hours after hIs arrival The family ordered hie body sent home for burial Upon the arrival of the body at Beaver Dam a heavily bruised place foot overJhe rlghhye was discovered and some of the Beaver Dam physl clans were called upon to examIne the wound and determine If poeaible the cause of It The Beaver Dam physl clans were unable to determine o what cause the bruIse was attrlbuta ble and suggested that the body be brought to Hartford for examInation by the physIcians here whIch was done When the corpse arrived here Drs Ford and Miller examined the wound cnfully but were unarle to dtter mIne the cause of It The existence of the wound to gether wIth the death following so closely upon his mrival at the say lam gave the family grave anxIety but the mystery le yet unsolved The body was taken to Mr Cop pages home where the funeral took place Tuesday Rev O J Bean preached the funeral lit the residence lilter whIch the remaIns were interred In the Brown buryIng ground nearby Ohio county never had a better cit Izen than James Coppage and the family have the sympathy of the en tire community Why do Judge Settles friends say that the Court of Appeals must be a Democratic court If the judges of reallyIsthe justices who compose that court vote on election day Will some sup porter of lqdge Settle kIndly arise and explain Is Judge Settle to decide In favor oDemocrata unless It is the right construction of the law Let queatloaNovemberBreclrenrldge News DeadlyGrasp trated Me Dr Miles Norvino Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave MenAppetite suferfromJcadl1LaGrippea Uade upon the nerves puttln as vitatitywithIotafrequent headaches and movbla wndtndc IIOmlWIththat vip sad res rstkenereettorselenotraalacuvity thebeaeSrpI seised aee sae4tomydaaghto sec I Cia y say from the fun day f 1 batter III ht wvekL It gave me renal lituRmy shattered sera and pave lhlghtwyhoftlaadvsattoseyeicbaadevc DrMItliopthisHas B IoIUJac lJena bottlepn N li Dheaxlat d4fC11- Dr1IWU W d A I SOMETHING WRONG WITR TOUZWATC1t MMNMMNNNMTrsana d so tilt Unable Ie wits watch t1a npa r irkWhaveve bea tae at r tiiD4 your wtehtow ICtupectioa data IccmaleT1esPisces SedII1 Callqolwsaver KaTAD mesa PBARNES COW- dchmatws sec saensli5- D043od W Market 510- LOULWUJB KY t i I N I c- Hart orci RepubliC lna FRIDAY QC1OBSR to- 1111noits Con trnl Rail road Tlmo- Tablo New Ullle card tnktng elloct Sunday flee y 11o0atnoonNorlh Month Dnnlad- Nol3rdoe405am Nolrldualll7amN- o102daeyOpha No lot do 2Bpm NoU2dot2lIOp o181duB5Opm- Login Freightu No lOt do1 Oam No1LTdne217pm- B D VAnnn Agent o Ocettlough SyrupT- Inume alee Goo f Ube 6nldbydrnm- daos o 0- OttOO MnM4 0- TIlE fRUIT Of TER- OSEBUS eOy tIoward feWlnQ- t aniaL l9ob r ames w IbU 0 reclined InD ICIIt ot tho car D young man In a WERE and dusty sntY suit wWto sweater stained machllio oiL ls head In1 corner nod his cap I wns over one eye The con fluctor coming through the train for arcs gently shook this pnssonger thereby tiltIng his head forward so snored loudly A spasmodic porement ot tho young mans hand reo D ticket there which proved ppon inspection to bo saUefactory- t In the next seat ronrwonl wero two men who glAnced at the conductor oDd plodded familiarly The elder of them had high shoulders rather too heavy for tho rest of his figure a long taro and a prominent nosh slightly red flexed at the end lie also had D fat iJmnd which was olwaS ponderously illly when he talked I You tont show up with the money heIDTbo was a bin men with a nose like an ax tie rrled his high hat on his knees and nressed It with his nervous hands I had made up my mind that I- lcoubdnt spare the money said hJ I thud Intended to let Uncle Amos know tOla1 tbftt be must not dlllCud upon a Next week will do just as well wag the rejoinder I mean what I plY DAring I It will put Uncle Amoe In a bolo tatd Daring Ue wont lit able to turn I himself Youll foreclose your mort In the end youll baN the IQattieand I III Amos Lawrence worth more to you than I amrsald tha other Thats all youve got to consider Can you get Anything pollUroUy wit hoot mar Frankly Mr Beckley sold flaring I dont believe I can nor any other an In this district Lawrence came out against mo last fall said Beckley no found fault acIth my man Daring smiled grimly Then ho ae- pumed suddenly the professional man lawyerI to let him think hes1- Soing to get that lam ot me until Us too late for him to raise the money anywhere else ho auld In u short ICTlep tone scarcely aoove a whisper iVery welL Its dirty work but Ill do dtI I thought fO wild Beckley And the tat hand came to rest upon his I lme0I Uncle Amos Lawrence sat on the Well curb tilling his pipe otter supper n young man In a dusty gray lSult approached him across the gross Good evening said he halting with one foot on the edge of the Illatform- round the welL I wonder It you tOuld spare me a drink of woterr Our wells sixtyfive foot deep an- Us nearly full said tbe farmer How much do you hold r Im dugout pretty thin answered bo young man and I harent had Inner yet No dinner yeU echoed Uncle Ahios with evident concern Nothiat sense breakfast Dear mol Been tootln It for Not a great way was tho reply My machine broko down Oh youre a bicycle rider said IUncle Amos oil on a tower Yoro lion I suppose The young man noddedWell said the farmer gO Into tho house nn mother11 give you a bite to LAw1ucE OAHU OUT AOAINST MB LASTI lAJL SAID DIICKLI1 clearCdqed addresaing a pretty girl of eight of nine years who came running with matches for her tauter Ask your mother If shes got any upper left You go right along with her Mr Norton said the young man Frank Norton Is my uome But as to the supper I Intended to cat at the tlo =c TORIA1je- tr theTlie Kind You Nava Alxaq Bought ire +T t M Y 4otl ulnlJll IUI tJJ tut tbsllltgd 1loe4er il y0tlil let tuo buy my sti per here iTwout COIIt you thlnMidUncle Amos Glad to get tho stun eat up DollyiU take you In Dolly eyed the stranger shyly ho returning the glllnce with admiration of the pretty child upon whose taco and tangle of bright hair tMmst ray from tlio west struck t9r Dn Instant warmly The young mon extended Wa band and Dolly after brief hesitation laid her own In It and led him toward the house This Is a pretty country said be Dont you think orOb yea sbo saia This Is fine spodnlly In summer ot course Seo my roses there Theyro almost gone but I had n lot Mother and I planted the bushes when we first como hero Im always going to have themTM Always going to havo them ro pouted the young mnn Of course Ill go away by and by to school said Doily Father bas prom lsed me But that wont ho yet awhile Its D good many years Thu years pass said tho young man I hope theyll bo good years nU of them for you and the fuses So they wont Into the house together and when Norton came out again half Tuxr SUDDENLY SIm CllIED OOOD Ntoar Un Nonroxl- an hour later Uncle Amos from his seat by the well observed with pleasure that the guest ot the evening was loosening the buckle ot his belt Norton lighted a cigar and stool erect alert rcccpUvO- Tbls looks like a fine bit of land said be looking across the fields whitened bytho moonlight Uddlln good replied Uncle Amos on a mighty sight better than It was when I took bold of It Ive worked but I guess you wouldnt understand that Your trade will bo somethhn In the mechanical line I should Judge engineer or the like ot tbatr Yea said Norton Im an engineer But we were tPCnklng of the forth no paused glancing towanl the house where In the lighted doorway the motherly form of Mrs Lawrence appeared with Dolly beside her The little girl advanced timidly along the path toward the welL She paused nt- slx paces distance and seemed to besl tutu Well little ooeT queried Uncle Amax Mother told mo I could como out to say gUild night she said Come along then said tier father extending lilg arms But the child did not more except to raise ow hand to her round little throat ns It her collar had Wen to tight Thou suddenly she cried Good night Mr Oortonr and fled tutu the house so fast that It seemed the young mans answering good night could hardly overtake her You were goln to say somethin about the farm said Uncle Amos otto or on interval of silence The farm Is all right replied Nor ton slowly ItIs surely all right nut I must ho going to tho village Coun try hotels close early You aint goln to no hotel this night said Undo Amos Wo ron put you up without n bit of trouble The young man held his chin In his band for a matter of ten seconds It Is very kind of you be said I will be glad to stay e e This Is wholly unexptrted Mr Lawrence said Lawyer llarirl I bad no reason to doubt my oblllty to toko up this mortgagd for you and lux things all right but there have been demands upon me that I could not foresee Im afraid youll hove to look elsewhere Uncle Amos hot tell to the floor This Is sort uf sUdden ho said In a husky voice Couldnt you a let mo know sooner I aint scnreely got time to do twtbin I thought up to the last minute that I should be able to spare the money answered Daring I should have gone to see you today If you hodet como tome Lets nee Wben la Uxltho crack of doom r- Tbursdny said Uncle Amos An Irs Tuca14y now I was coonttu on you Sorry dreadtulll dreadfully sorry said flaring but It cant bo helped You roD get the money elsewhere I ben lookln round responded Un rte Amos un the prospects led Tee sir its bad The titOr1I gone forth that Joe Decklcys made up his mind to ruin meEverybodys afraid Nonsense said the lawyer I dont believe Beckley will press you Uncle Amos looked lit him steadily- xou coin nenov0 1JeCklell1 press mot said the farmer w1th almost painful slowness ot enunciation Youre a darn liar on In my opinion youvo never bun anything else from artlt to Inert Qt this buslOO88 lIe picked up his bat from the floor and stalked out of the office The worst pat t of trouble is taking it home espclally when ono has decided that It would butler not bo mentioned Wben Uncle Amos was met by Dolly at the gate that afternoon as usunl he could not lift her up In his armsheh- ad always done before becauso of the weight of the heart In his breast that had wearied him Mrs Lawrence looking out from the porch knew that something was wrung before her bus band had taken three steps In the yard and though she was not aware that lie had seen Daring that day she guessed the cause but being the right kind of n wife she did not speak or It Anything In the mail she asked I forgot to look Into the olllce sold Uaelo Awoy JjIloQQXoJomorrnr Arotnln nut thtrc Fdllt b nathfW i e s A liruntel and lean lsomo young mal In rnhnent of the best yet not too fine gave cheerful gretrtlug to a blue uniformed boy who opened lho door fob him Theres somebody Ilalttng for you sir said the boy Indicating by n wnve of his hand the reception room wljlet- was ot the right of the private csno said It was a personal matter lit was hero before we bpenal uP In the hall outside n1 names Lawrence Thunder sale the young man and for a moment be looked like one whit cant Quite face the situation Then bt shook himself together and walked Into the reception room where Uncle Amos LnWIIICO land boon pacing up and down for on hour lIe turned hastily yet stiffly hearing footsteps Norton entering the room flung out both hands ns one who wards oil an attack Now dont say D wordr he cried You got my letter All right Its 0- trille You see I couldnt let any such deal as that go through I really couldnt I beard Ileckley and Daring talking In the train made em think I- was asleep Then I asked a tow ques tions when I got to your village Find lug that you were all right a square man and n goal man every way I went lip to your place to put yon on your guard Then I saw the little girl and the rases Well you understand I made up my mind to fix the thing my elf nut I couldnt quite bring myself to say so Im bashfnl thats whnts the trouble with me I cant talk worth n cent On a matter like that ld rather write and send D cheek From the deep swirl ot Uncle Amos thoughts and emotions one trivial mot ter found Its way to the surface I thought you said you were an engineer he gasped So I nm replied Norton I ron run anything that has wheels except my own head sometimes Id been runnIng an engine up through your regionen automobile you know when i said a machine you thought I meant a bicycle and I didnt take tbo troublo to correct you because ou tomoblles moan money and I wasnt quite decided about mentioning the tact that I had any It broke down find I couldnt tinker It up without the Row DONT BAY A WORD r tee CRIED proper tools so I sent It home by rail and took a train the other way myself And thats the whole story flows Dolly and the roses Uncle Amos weakly fumbled In a pocket producing at last anti with great care an object wrapped fn white tissue paper This Is the last ot em he said She sent It to you But about that moneyNorton with the rose In his left hand laid his right upon Uncle Amos shout dlT Give tae your I 0 U he said When youre perfectly easy In your pocket and the sum wont bother you let mo know ThIs Is D good loan It doesnt worry me So thats all set tied And now tt youll make yourself comfortable while I get n few little matters oil my mind well go out and have a look Dt the town Aooert- heros one mote thing before we quit the subject It may be In the future that youll find yourself pressed Your friend Ikrkley may try to turn oootbe- rtrkk or perhaps It may bo some need that you cant quite meet like sending Dolly to a first rate school oror anything else that shes set her heart on In that case let me know It may perm a lot of money to you and mighty lime to mt Incomplete Show Clever things that children say tiro not usually worth re eating It they are of the sort that nn 3Jult could Invent hut D real childs point of view Is In Imltnble and often delightful as In this story which Dean Hale repeats In his book ot reminiscences Then and NowWhen wo restored the western front of our cathedral In Rochester at D cost of many thousand pounds wo had D great celebration and a splendid congress of distinguished people Ibo archbishop and bishops the lord lieutenant the high sheriff our memo beret parliament the mayor the admire or the dockyard the general ot the district nit marched In state A little boy who watched from ti neighboring window was asked what ho thought of the spectacle lie frankly replied that ho did not like It very much lIo remurked that there was not a single elephant and ho thought they might have hind n kangaroo An Cmbnrrualna Moment The author ot Collections nod Bee ollectlons relates n personal expert once ot having sold a thing one would rather have left unsaid Even after the lapse of twenty years he odds the recollection ot the sensations of tho moment turns him hot with chagrin A remarkably pompous clergyman a diocesan Inspector of schools once showed mo a theme ona Scriptural subJect written by a girl who was trylhg to pass from the rank of a pupil teacher to the rank ot schoolmistress The theme was toll of absurd miss takes over which tho inspector laugh cal uproariously Well what do you think of that ho Inquired when I handed back tho paper Oh said I In perfectly good faith the mistakes are bad enough but the writing Is far worse It really Is a disgrace Tho writing What my writing raid the Inspector I copied the theme Jut myself iJ t I CHICHESTERSEtIGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS Ot aeselw Cp R 806t 1 tilt eA sah Alwaraw nable LadI ul IWunJt tr aadGolddnngrrouubtlIwtlonandor Bead Ir m Amps for ParUrulare Tetl- monlalsndBellar for Ladletelrttrr byaoutonesraa on5M1OAL o0- iloo JIIadlaoa Square 111IL P- AallWe Nrs URIBR 3OMNA- LTIMESI 1 LA WEEK 104 Times a Year The TWICaAWEEli CODUIElt JOURNAL m the beet IBptr pDLllahln the Malted 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invested in Improvements aid still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels end too cottages open for boarders at reasonable rates This resort Is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua Itself and Is annually vis- Ited by thousands of persons who are strengthened In mind by the unex celled facilities eflorded for educational work and invigorated In body by the health giving Influence for which this paradise of the mountains Is fa mous I Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SouthWestern from I June let to September JJth good reo 1902SpeclaUyAugust for the Chautauqua and other I gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished In reply to Inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Lake Park Morylllnd tier Information on the subject of rates and tilDe of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Diet Passr Agt- Louisville Ky 0 PMcCARTYI 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