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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I THE HARTFORD REPUBLIO N iI 4Fine JdbTWbrk a Specialty OFFICIAL OB6AH OF m PIT IX TIE FODEIS CQEtSOLD1TflICISubscription I a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 JNo13 thetrlcltolt1beiItg to t1i e boIIdI1riQi a Mfe Ue boWl ba eagt out 01 the rop that Are bch koHed Put the aac IlIAD hi the woodIaad lit bd1Incatr bMiihii to ttodure HcfIa rocId boIidWuenare bond being woven ercrjr hour about the organs dependent on the stomach heart lung kldneya etc The folly of mankind Is to pBIIdntYIlUOOt to the fattening of these bond with DO effort to escape until the pain they arose arouses flbooveryporgans of dlgextion and nutrition It cures of heart liver lung kU nejri and other organ when these dia theirOriginPor a time I wii mot and ml budlabLilorttibootwrlte Nr Andrtw J JtDInfs Thou Tucker Co W Ss Ux 9 Wi bothni with kl4oey trouble sod tot ww mtm wu oat of ordtri bid BO lolryDrJiiRc lxMiomt U the Pkuit Itllcu1 and red lib a 1W tmou Dr rtececa Pleasant Pellets cleantc the cloggtd fvctem from laipurlUe Southern Railway Tfcrotuhra 11 t but lIoatherl 8III KENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGKOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 1443 UU Tbv Dafli tos ntaLoata VatsTrlsIsatnct Unloq potcaiMotinK With trill ot th JUI UOnUal KtUnti and L 11 A Bt U B n rorlulOTOtlo 4ir A WUMX P ATot1 4th Art LooUil- UWirHTlTU I Aufatut O 110 LoabTin Health and Pleasure Resorts WIT- HMedical Waters ois tbflvioft- bII C Railroadand Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD 4 CuutUn Xprinr Alllrani Vll Cooper WtlIa Iow 0110 sod nroa Wells an tg olitrl ntalilUhfil btulth nod plftuart resort vukaxllcal aUr M n fmtarv aid hiring koUl wxonmo l tloM Tbj srloritd oa or- ioilln4ldv to tloa naN of lb llllnoU Ontrml sad YMOO iuU lulpi ViUltj naltroadt U the- Ipisad rttOIl of MississippiPeadbolbndersIdtor n free ropy ot an Hlolr UJboold KTlblnC tbtn aU londJI- tlon lIrdhlllprinlll nrv oa Bpring Dawion- Dprtairf CVrttUan BpHngiandCrltUndra BprtnR- ilaWmttn Keotncky sad Crest Pprtngi nod limo Hprlafft la Bovtktn IlllooU an similar rt orU contvrnlng whkh an 111 nitrated book bu- Wa Uine1 which can be bad Itt oa application to tb nnd i lgned A II HANSON 0 1 A Illlnoli Obtral U n Chicago C NEW THROUGH LINE EnWEiM EVANSVILLE AND CHICAGOA new through car line has been established tot the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Bvanavill and Chicago the line being va Mattoon Champaign and the road from Eva avute to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D ERy The services Is aa follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv BvanavilVt 730pm 7 530 am Ar Chicago 7ooam 700pm SOUTHBOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 83osm ArEvansvllle 805 am 5 550 p m Throngh steeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ara onTday trains Tlcktts of your local ticket agent THENEWYORKWORLD I Thea Week EdIftoEiAI- ostiDAlly at the Price of iW eklY Tb Fr ldMUal eampalga If OTrbd thi world jto on lid th tamt sod It II tall otnewt rolai4tla n4wi ut la K topromptlrana tiJonat o f in to loot la tbt column ot rb TtirlcvaWeek EdIUon of tbe NWYork World whieb eomM tO tbUb1Iribtr 91 tImes a +Week World dtllctnM M a pub lliher ol ant new hai irtrtn It circulation wktr syr lbs Eogtlih labgiig U fpoktn and yon Tk +w k Wrdi tg1P anbacrlp lion tnt i only 1100 per year We offer tbl uqnaM aevipaptr and TH Riruaucii to ttktr oneyear for flttThrMrnlarinbierItIDa prlwfltthe two pa prMUUOO Subscribe for THE Uuim RD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance LEAPED Into the River and Was Drowned Suicide Under Strange Circumstances of a Woman Member of a Comedy Company on Its Way From Madison to the City of Louisville Roworia Boat Followed by L Terrible Tragedy The crew on the gasoline boat Han over which arrived at this city from Madison with the King Ping Pong Comedy aboard reported that a wo man member of the company commit ted suicide by jumping overboard about ten yards above the Plow Han die Point at zo oclock The cause ol the deed is not given and Jhe affair Is a peculiar one The womans bus band who jumped overboardafter her almost drowned through having placed a lifepreserver on wrong The woman was the wile of James T Kelly one of the proprietors ofthe show but her stage name was Ida Carter Her sister a member of the same company la known by the stage name of Lillian Massey and the lat ter told the Evening Post that her home was 719 Bueron street Vln cennes led The members of the company were very reticent when the boat arrived at this port at 7 olock and in responding to questions gave all kinds of evasive answers declar lug they knew of no reason why Ida Carter should have ended her life The men of the party busied them selves In hurrying the companys baggage away from the boat and IoU lian Massey passed the time wringing her hands and crying It was evi dent that there was more than ordl nary stery In the case The lact however was learned that the King Plog Pong company exhib ited at Madison and started on the Hanover at night to come to Louis yule so the company could catch a train for Danville Ky where It la blUed to perform the Hanover was In charge of Pilot John Penis who did the duties of both master and pilot and from him it was learned that just after leaving Madison the majority part ol the company was In a quarrel In the boats cabin Perils says one ol the actors waved a revolver and swearing like a sailor declared he wanted Manager Kings life and nothing else would doWhile this was going on James T Keller and his wile Ida Carter seated themselves on camp stools on the boats forecastle and seemed to be in deep trouble but their conversation was in monotones and cotftd not be heard Suddenly Pilot Ferris heard K splash and at once say that a woman was overboard He rang the stop bell just as he did this another splash was heard This proved to be Mr Kelly who had gone overboard alter his wife The boat ran a short distance on her own momentum Meanwhile a lifeboat had been lowered by the crew and Kelly was caught just as he was drowning but the woman had disappeared When Kelly was pulled aboard It was found he had put on a lifepreserver before making his plunge and had adjusted It wrong so that It held his head under Instead of above the water Every effort was made to ascertain the names of all members of the show company but the manager declined to make anyklnd of statement ex cept that there were twentyfive ptpie in the party The company proceeded on Its way without taking any steps to recover womans body Louisville Post Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralsls and completely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pale Balm and alter using two bottles of It he Is amosten tlrely curedGeo R McDonald Man Dogan county W Va Sever partial the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism and bruised For sale by all druggists m A Wron Idea While the Democrats are talking that the combines whose products are protected by the United States tariff system should be cutout of such pro tection because they have outgrown the necessity for protection it develop that such are not the facts A conspicuous instance is that the roll I ing mills of Europe are called upon this fall to work at their full capacity to help the mills of this country to supply the demand for steel products Other Iron goods are also needed be yond the capacity of the American plants Wlththe tariff kept at the protective point American plants will be enlarged to do all the work neces sary for this country With the tar Iff taken offwith Democratic free tradethe European mills would hold that trade and gain more as this country grew American steel and iron workers would then come Into direct competition with foreign labor wages would go down The trust would not be rushed The workers would be crashed There Is nothing plainer than that the Democratleidea is wrong toni first to last There is no excuse lor electing any Democrat ic Congressman this fall In the I elections ad far held not a Democratic baa been elected Worcester Telegram REV D J K MADDOX Enters a Plea In the Daviess Circuit Court In the action of D J K Maddox against Nancy Maddox the plaintiff filed a response to the rule taken against him some time ago to show cause why he should not pay Miller Todd the defendants attorneys a I fee of zoo The response sets out that the plaintiff is not bound either by law equity or good conscience to faultIiawas decided by the court that he bad a marriage contract and at the time of her marriage his wile had 2000 in cash besides 500 that she received luring the pendency of the suit This does riot include household goods and personal property Mad dox says that he Ii sixtysix years of age and largely by reason af the mar riage of his wife his health wrecked and he is notable to earn any money He says he has been a minister of the gospel for fortyfive years but since his troubles commenced he has been almost wholly deprived of this means of earning a livelihood and that he baa no other source of income He says that he has a poor farm in Ohio county worth about r2oo and live stock and farming Implements to the value of 200 Maddox says he owes 750 and that he ought sot to be reqnred topay the froo Inquirer How CWJdrct are Sold The Hungarian authorities lit taking decisive step to put a top to fin extraordinary system of selling children which prevails to a large ex tent In the central provinces Once a month childless parents appear in a large foundling hospital In Temesvar where they seek out the children that suit them and depart after paying a sum ot money for their purchasesOn occasion thirty children rouging from one to nine years were disposed of In this way without sufficient guarantee being given that the pnrchsers were respectable people who Would treat the children properly The moat beautiful children were those most sought after especially fairhaired girls as these in Hungary Ire rare In three cases circus people bought six children to bring up as acrobats In one case a millionaire sought a boy to bring up as his heir as he has disinherited his own son The authorities now Insist on the mot careful investigations into the status and motives of the purchasers The news has got abroad in Hungary that there Is a ready market for children in Temesvarand the mothers of Illegitimate children are eager In many cases to send their unhappy offspring to an Institution where they have such prospects The most curious incident in connection with the Temesvar institution was that of a mother who sent her child there to be disposed of and who after the little one had been sold obtained the address of its purchasers and as the result of considerable negotiation with the fosterparents actually bought it back The entire treatment of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for con stipation costs but 25 cents medi cine for a month pleasant to take and thorough in action Ask your dealer for Ramons m p pr Girls Lead Strike Riot ChicagoOct 14Rlot calls fighta between hysterical girls and arrests of the girl leaders marked the glrlb- boxmakersatrtke at the plant of the W C Ritchie Company the other night Patrol wagons responded to the calls and the wagons also were tiaed to conyeytaany Ot the girls be yond the picket le4 of the strikers and their sympathizers When the girl employes of the place left the building they were charged by the strikers and In the struggle Mary Hlllmaa and Edith Marsh who had refused to quit their positions lathe plant were thrown tothe ground trampled on and se verely beatea Rose Anna and Mareltne Zitte sis ters were arrested on charges of be lug leaders of the riot They were J taken to a police station and the in jured girls were sent to their homes in carriages JIM CUMMINGS RETIRED OUTLAW The Only Member of the James Gang m WHO WAS NEVER PUNISHED Tells the Story of Ills Four Sur renders Hlgglnsville Mo Oct it Jim Cummings the only member of the Jesse James band of outlaws who has not been killed captured tried or pardoned although he has surrendered tour times Is engaged In the comparatlvelypeaceful occupation of breaking horses in Missouri Jim is practically the last of the famous outlawed Quantrell troopers and he is the only one of the band who was neither killed nor captured and who never surrendered except when he was not wanted The fate of the others is familiar Jesse James was shot by Bob Ford a new recruit John Younger was killed Bill Caldwell Charley Pitts and Clell Miller were killed at Northfileld Min Cole Jim and Bob Younger were captured soon afterward and sent to prison where Bob died and the other two remained for a quarter of a century Bill Ryan was captured and im prisoned anti Prank James surrendered was tried and acquitted and la now living in St Louts Jim Cummings is undbtdlthC- most successful surrerJderer known He always managed to come in when he was not wanted He was only once detained and that was fora nightThe exoutlaw grew confidential the other day and told many things about himself never before made public Jims first come ln was in 1865 after Quantrell had been killed in KentuckyWe had a fight with some Federal troops at the Missouri Rivet near Lexington he said and Jesse was woundedshot in the left breast near the heart We thought he would die but we brought him down yonder and hid him in the brush for a day or two- I helped put him In the wagon and we drove to Lexington nine miles and surrendered But before we went In we were assured that the Federal authorities would grant us our liberty the same as regular Con federates II we hadnt had that as surance we never would have gone In My next comein was before Jesse James was tried at Gallatln in con nection with the Rock Island train robbery at Winston I Just thought Id better surrender I was then liv leg at Buffalo Wyoming a new towS that has grown wonderfully since VI was running a shoe shop arid making good rnoney25 a week clear I picked up cobbling so that I could mend shoes and then I hired other workmen to help me Hiked that business but I concluded it was about time to surrender So I went to the house of a man whom I had known since boyhood He was from Clay county Missouri I went In at his back door and told him who I was Get out he said youre drunk He wouldnt believe I was Jim Cummings I finally con vinced him and he advised me to give myself up I did so antI the Governor of Wyoming was notified He notified the Governor of Mis souri Tom Crlttenden and they hed me to await requisition papers so that they could bring me back to Missouri The people who knew me there In business MidI was a crank Thats no more Jim Cummings than I am they would My Res either a crank who imagines he Is Jim Cummings or he is a sharper who is trying to work the State for a free pass to Mis souri If they take him to Missouri hell turn out to be somebody else1 It was really a hard matter for me to get them to believe I was Cum mings Even the officers at first didnt want to take charge of me I was ready to come back with them and bad sold my business for 600 getting a ia pair of boots and a 10 pair of shoes to boot After one night in custody the authorities received a telegram from Gov Crittendensayiug that he dWt want me They seemed to have nothing against me The officers turned me loose and I was mighty sorry I had sold out my shop I went hick and tried to bay It but couldnt Since then the lot j owned that went with the business for 660 has been worth 12000 I missed out on that Really I believe I felt worse be cause Id sold out so low than II I had been brought to Missouri for trlat1t Cnmmlngs third surrender was in California about a dozen ego It was shortly after a daring express robbery in Missouri A man representing himself to be a messenger in the employe of the company presented himself at the door of the coach In the old Union depot shed and handed Messenger Fotherlngham an order purporting to be from the proper official of the corn panyt authorizing the stranger to rid in the car to Kanssas City Fothei Idgham who was arrested on maple Jon of being an accomplice having been found tied hand and foot in the car after the robbery was incarcerated several weeks and after his liberation sued the express company and recov ereaamages Tne man who robbed the safe af er he ijound and gagged Fotherlnghac jumped from the train with a big va line fait of greenbacks and made for theYortfc the escape of the robber wast nine weeks wonder He seemed to have disappeared from the earth when the plight Into which he had thrown poor Fotherlngham touched a tender spot In his makeup Let ters began coming to the Chief of Police from different quarters signed Jim Cummings seeking to estab lish tbe innocence ol the express man agerJim Cummings in the letters confessed the robbery and took all the blame Just about that time the State was too small and uncomforta ble for Jim cummings of Clay coun ty and he bad not been heard from for years He had not even surren dered in the last eight or nine years Why then should not Jim Cum mlngs be the robber Some persons believed he was bnt the authorities didnt They took the clues furnish ed by the ready letterwriter and ran down the real robber who turned out to be a man named Wittrock who had gone into the coal business in Chicago The real Jim Cummings was living ing placidly in California under an other name At some places he wap Jim Johnson and at others he was Jim WilsonI about this fellows trying- to masquerade under my name said Cummings audit worried me I didnt propose to be suspected of any thing I hadnt done I thought those letters signed with my name might give me trouble that the officers might find out where I was and aT ret me or try1 to so I concluded to come in I went into town out therein California and told the authorities who I was and that I had nothing to do with the train robbery near St Louis I was able to prove conclus Ively that I had not been out of California They had nothing against me and I returned to my business I bought a ranch once In Barry county Mo down near the Arkansas line It was about ten miles from Jassville the county seat I was go- Ing under the name of Jim Wilson and was constable for the township After a while I had to sell out my ranch and leave the State I drifted to Arkansas and bought another ranch at Beaver in Carroll county There I lived some years and was a United States deputy marshal How did It happen that nobody kIlled you for the reward that this State offered liked the correspondent in surprise- Well replied Cummings It was just this way TheState had a Standing reward of 5000 for me but down there In Arkansas such an amount of money was too big for the local imagination If the reward had been 600 no doubt somebody would have killed me for Itl but 5000 was so big that they had no confidence In Its being paid Thats where the State of Missouri made a mistake Dr Heavrin Won the Prize Some time ago C A Wells 3t Co advertised in the Inquirer a prize of a- pair of to pants to the first person solvIng a puzzle which was to fill three blanks on a crdeach word to read alike both ways Dr O B leavrln supplied the three wows which were refer tenetand 1re- viver It The puzzle received answers from many people In Davless Ohio and McLean counties and one Irom St Joseph Mo es Hanged Himself From Transom Petersburg Ky Oct iAlexCampbell a wellknown hardware and Implement dealer of Aurora led opposite here committed snl lie by hanging himself He went tothe residence of his soninlaw Mr Ross and hung himself from a tran mot the bedrocll door Financial reverses caused the act Bloody Sequel to an Old Feud Motristown Teen Oct nRushM- artla was shot and instantly killed by A P Carter early this morning at barters home neat Mordstowa Carter claims Martin came to his home ind threatened his life and he shot ifartln after the latter refused to leave Carter surrendered at once Tfhe killing wasa sequel to an old feud Martin had been under a peace bond at Carters Instance Both were reputable farmers Can any one imagine a more cheer ful burden thana full dinner pall SHOT Sleeping WifeTwo Tender Babies Lay at Her Sid- eShocking Deed of De spondent Luther Maloney Infants Crimsoned With Their Mothers Blood Found Sleeping Peacefully Tho Guilty and Heartless Father Fled the Scene Despondent over his failure to se cure work Luther Maloney aced thirtyfive years shot his wife Cora In the head as she lay asleep with two babies at her side The shooting occurred this morning at 5 oclock nt the residence of the Maloneys 525 First street weapon used was a TheI American Mrs Maloney was dered unconscious from the the wound and shock Several atuIdents of the Louisville Medical College who were notified of the occur rence and dressed the woundIMaloney with his wile and family came here about two months agro from Sulphnrn Ky in search of work All of his attempts were nfl successful Ha became despondent over his failure as each night he would return home to tell his wife of his failure He reachsd home yester day alternoon about 5 oclock and w snot seen leaving the house by any of the neighbors during the night This morning several persons In the neighborhood 1 were startled by the report of a pistol audupon looking out of the window raw Maloney hurriedly mat ing his exit Some of the witnesses thought that Maloney was pursuing a burglar but upon his failure to return within an hour they decided to make an investigation No response was madeI to their knocks at the door En trance was finally effected by the front window Mrs Maloney was found on the bed with her two babes In either arm while blood which had issued rom her forehead had crimsoned the garments of herself and in ants and the bed clothing The babes were sleeping peacefully amid the evidences of crime Even had they been awake they were too young to grasp the awful situation When last seen Maloney was run ning up Chestnut street The police haye not yet located him A Typical South African Store O R Larson of Bay Villa Sun days River Cape Colony conduct a store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle Co an anchor This store Is situated in a nine miles from the nearest rallwayatatioD and about twentyfive miles from nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custombf farmers within a radius of many of whom I have snpptledChab berlains remedies Alt 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 twelv months no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sale by all druggists m Richest Man in the WorldtNo one has amassed so rapidly as Mr Alfred Belt the Southt African millionaire reputed to wealthiest In the world His lortUfles Is said to exceed 1000000000 he has an Income sufficient to make ten new mlllllonalres every year The whole of this collossal fortune was made within a period of twenty five years A Historical Home One of Kentuckys historic resl deuces Is Edgerwood the former o home of Ben Hardin In his day one of Kentuckys greatest lawyers This old homaatead Is situated in the suburbs of Bardstown and Is a large and irregular structure built entirely of brick It was originally a onestory building with two rooms in front To this an addition was made on the left comprising a wide hall and front room and chambers In the rear with similar apartments above These ad ded rooms and the hall are unusually large and airy The hall is entered by a large door in front and contains a massive oldfashloncd staircase con nectlng with the upper story A later occupant added a handsome veranda to the house which greatly Improves Its general appear ance This dwelling was erectedbe tween 1819 and 1822 by Mr Hardln on land that was contained in the original preemption ot Bardstown The tract contains about 250 acres of as flue soil as there Is In Nelson county A wide lawn In front of the residence stretches down to one of the streets of the town and is liberally shaded with a fine growth of forest PEHA CURES CATARRH OF KIDNEYS EVERY TIME t a DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES GURED reruns Creating a National pcMatlpn la the Cure of Chronic Ailments of the kldnejp IMrTohn YancoorHartfodCItyInd kidney trouble U muqh better I htro Improved 16 much that everybody WantS to knbwbatmed1 sine I am using I recommend Peru a dtoHartman medicine cnroe me it must be grcitJOIIN VANCE Mr J Brake of Petnlta Ontario Canada write Four years ago I had II severe attack of Brllbtll DII ease which brought me so low the doctor said nothlof more could dose 1oIIJI Ibegan to take Peruta and Manalla and la three psoathi was m welt tnan and hay continued ao tree lace 1 drake At the appearance of the first symptom of kidney trouble Pernna should I taken This remedy strikes at once the femiesnant blood preventing the escape lot serum from the blood Pentoa itiniu laths the to excrVfe from the blood the accumulating poli6n ahd thai proven the conYQlon wich sVtfture to follow if the poisons are allowed to remain It gives great vigor to Use bouts action and bth of which are apVto fahrapfdlyfa thU dlieyePernnA cares ciUrrb etihi iddniji I trees Old Ben Hardlns home Wad a happy one His door were always llvIIh neath his roof Many distinguished men were entertained by hlm at his residence among whom may be men tioned Gen William Preston former Senator Garland Bishop Kavanaugb Judge John Brown Gqv William Dn vail and many others who afterward became men 01 national reputation Mr Hardins death occurred In Sep tember 1852 and wasthe result ciA laU from a horse which he received as he was journeying Irora Bardstown to Lebanon to atUnd court He was burled in an old graveyard tea et I near the pike leading froHJ Spring field to Lebanon by theijde Oib mother Hit gravels marked I uppreie1t ui elbhebearlngthe sim Insriptlbh Ben Hardln of IJarditowa MrsHardln hart preded i ed her husband to the grave ia Abg net her death being hastened by con stant attendance upon Mr Hardln r She Is buried in the midst of children and relatives A marble shaft that has been sadly disfigured by vandals marks her last resting place The only Inscription it bears ia Elizabeth Barbons Hardin Wile of Ben Ear din Mr Hardln was a large slave wner1 and on account of his leniency o them it Was proverbial that they the most worthless negroes in he State Hatdln often said1 H took ll he could earn et his profession to- upport them- MortoaSprlngs celebrated In the early annals of the State as furnish lag water to the first ploaeer of Bardstown is located on the old liar din firm and although it is half a mile from the residence Mr Hardln would drink no other water while at home This spring now operates DUe- l the largest distilleries In this see of the State Mr Hardins law office was located in the front yard but Was long ago demolished and now Only th6 ruins remain Charlie Nelson Finding Things Hon Chili A Nelson of HardU county who has chart of the excava ions in conneclfoh with the State work now In progress at Eddyvllle has unearthed sonic exceedingly handsome aad valuable archaeological specimens It appears that course of the tfatewbrk has fed jnto an old bnrylnggroufld with resUlts that are lull of interest to lovers 01 the tAd mens 16r4 SOnIC elegant specimens of Indian weapons were brought to light and several skeletons remarkable for their immense size were taken cult fa n remarkable state of preservation onejawboneso large that it fitted easily around the lower jaw of the largest man was found The most valuable relic of all however was t limestone plate about the size and shape ot a large saucer smoothly polished sate surface Bud orname ntcd limply be- causeitcureg t catarrhwhor ever located of MaJorTlf = thoZFirst conilnCaral ry regiment- wrltea from liz Dunning St Chicago nL the iolIowI 01rM did oot help me any until II cearade wA had been helped byPe ruaa advised ate to try It I bought tome at once ant soon found relief I kept takhrg K lourisoiiiJu aad Iam now weltaad strung andfeel beer thaa t mare deB for the pail Mealy yean Mat to Perttam THMtn I If you do toot derive promptand patti factory reralto from the use of Pcrana write at once to Dr Hrtm n giving a full lUtaaent of your cane nd be wil- lboeaed to give you his valuable ad vice gratia i iAddreM DrHartman Prciident ol TeCobnjOwith an Indian chief ormedlcloemaninfull costume Underneath this figure are several hieroglyphics said to be4 of Chinese characters Itls said that there are but two specimens of sunlit characteristics In existence and that these go far towards settling the Issue as to whether or not the Indian was of AsiAticorigin This relic was unearthed twelve feet under ground Only the outskirts of the Indian graveyard have as yet been Invaded andmany rich finds may yet be look ed for Glasgow Times HeCan Throw Them Oit When a carrier on a rural free de livery route finds a farmers delivery box stuffed full of circulars and ad vertising matter put ther by travel leg agents he has the United States behfahfmn throwing out the stuff Tfie government frankly admits Its Inablittb cope with the advertising agents and prevent them putting their unIt In the boxes but empowers the carrier to throw It out when It fills the box or covers up the mall Numerous firms seek to arrange with the carriers to deliver their advertis ing matter This Is prohibited and the advertisers must pay the regular rate of postage and address each parcel to the farmer If it is to be han died by the carrier As an Indication 01 the direction of the industrial wind it is merely necessary to mention the fact that railroads lave placed orders for loco motives for ten years ahead Did such A state ot affairs exist under a Democratic administration DO yOu GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidaey freebie Makes You Miserable Alriioat evArybodyKo reads the news paptrl 11 Sure 1i 0 the wonderful cures made t i lathe peat cltriumph of tho cent kidney and blad der iltclaIlH and is bles and Dlseascwhlch lithe fern Of ney liver or bladder trouble It will la found lust the remedy you need Ithas been tested In sq riany In b spllork1n private practiCo among the poor to pur chine relief and hM preyed so successful In every CAM that a special arrangement his been made b whl of this paper who have not already tried It miy have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling moro about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Dr KtlmerCoBIngh- amton N Y The Dr SwwipRootth ndtUAkrremdy medi nine dbI ciworst ldRettroubls reor regular fifty cent and HooM B nnpRooi dollar sixes are sold by all gooddrugglsts J t4 Hartford Republican Issued by the Ilarttord ubllehtag Company ttmaruursol lOllS JlESJlT TIIOM iM Editor xsz=rixossaCu=b1an404adSQUCb 28Lvu =2- f FRIDAY OCTOBER J7 Dales 01 AdverttiIIKT- mnelent adnrtlmeDta 4ec per inch ant insertion 1Oc per inch each additional insertion Special ratro on Tearlr contracts Local notices IOc line ant insertion he per line each addltloDDIIDaertlooI Cards of thanks resolutions and ubiluarlee10 rents a line Coah In adren- ceRepublican Ticket For Appellate JnSIKO2nd District JCOIIE II Ln OUPFY- or Morgantown ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit rode We ore aothortgedto DonouoN WTOWEN- of Darleee roUDtJ IUI a candidate for Clreult Judge 10 tb 81stb Judicial DItt1ctubJect totbe action of the Ikmocratte partrIGEN TOOMAS J STEWARt of Pennsylvania was elected Comman derin chief of the G A R and BanJ Fancisco Cal waa chosen ae teinext place of meetingI IN a publiabedinterview exPresit dent Grover Cleveland says the Democrats should at once make tariff reform the predominant issue Ifwe remember rightly Mr Cleveland was very intimately associated with the Democratic party at a time when itI made tariff reform the predominant issue and with results the country will not soon forget ROBERT J BRECKrNJUDOE la out in a statement claiming the Democratic nomination for Governor on the ground that he was not allowed to hold the offico of AttorneyGeneral- to which he was not elected This is a strong point and well taken and should briogto his support all Dem ocrrts who believe in holding office regardless of the expressed will of the people ONE T Roosevelt is considered an influential character in this country but one John Mitchell isat least just now the most important personage in country Mr Mitchell Is President of the Coal Miners Union and the whole fuel consuming population of the East is begging him to let the miners return to work Mr Mitchell willagree to this only upon terms satisfactory to the miners which are about to be offered A VOTE for Judge Settle is a vote for the perpetuation of Democracy in Kentucky =IIerald This is manifestly true for there is not a more bitter nor vicJu8 partisan In Qthe State than Judge Settle and the Heraldno doubt based its conclusions on his intensely partisan decisions as Circuit Judge A judge who would prostitute the highest court of Ken for purely political ends is unworthy of even the respect of any political organization JUDGE Settle is his speech here Saturday severely denouncedJudq- Gufiy for affiliating with other than the Republican party and immediate ly faced about and invited the Popu list gold Democrats and antiGoebel Democrats to vote for him In denouncing Judge Guffys support of the Populist party as something aki to a crime was ho not equally de pouncing the Populist gold Demo crata and antiGoebel Democrats fo whose support he was appeuliugl rTar great anthracite coal strike is ended A common ground of agree meat was reached by representatives of the miners and operators at a con ference at the White House Since It has been known that President Roosevelt had determined to inter vene no one doubted that a settl went would bo reached The Presi dent deserves and will receive the homage of millions of people wh have been benefited by the adjustment of the strike All honor and credIt to the Rough Rider TOE Boer Generals who spent two years in gathering British subjects to theIr fathers on the South African veldt are now passing around their hats in Europe to relieve the dreadful monotony of peace They gathered up the neat little sum of 815000 in Parts Monday This is not hMso fascinating as picking up British regiments and army corps but it serves to relieve the awful ennui of civilized life on the continent The largestrake oflthey have receivedso far was from IIenryPhipps whochip pod in 8100000 When they grow weary In their new field ofoperation in all they will ou theI lecture platformI lnn Populist of the second Judie del district should resent the assault upon their popular leader Hon Jo A Parker by a Goebelite at Har dinsJurg Monday by voting for Judge B L D Gully for Judge of the Court of Appeals It should not be forgotten that Mr Parker was assaulted and brutally beaten at one of Judge Settles appoiutmeuts and hy- j ono of Judge Setlloe partisan sup J porters who sought by such foul means to prevent Mr Parker from making a speech Every Populist in the district should resent this insult to their popular lender TIll voters of Ohio county arc about to be called upon again to ex- erciso the high prerogative of popular suffrage There are but two political parties now asking for the privilege of directing popular government From 1892 to 1898 the Democrats were given an opportunity to demonstrate their fitness to administer the affairs of goverment The diaaslr us consequences of that administration is still fresh In the minds of the people Indeed the financial depression that overtook the country during that periodwas so appalling that when the Democratic National Convention met in 1895 it denounced its own ad ministration in plain terms With what sort of grace that party dares to ask the suPporiat the populace it is difficult to determine The country is admittedly enjoying as era of pros perity never equaled or even approached before the Republican party has thoroughly demonstrated its ability to manage public afiails and would be madness note to deprive of the further opportunity toad minister the public affairs of the countryPUBLIC SPEAKING Hon Clifton J Pratt At torroy General of Kentucky willaddress the voters of Ohio county nt the courthouse in Hartford Wednesday October 20 1902 Everybody should hear him FORDSYILLE Messrs A R Smith and Paul Dempster came down from Glendeane Saturday night to take the first degree In Masonry Mr and Mrs I C Adair spent Sunday In Hawesvllle Mrs Annie B Miller who has been visiting her daughter Mrs A B McCarty was called to Lagrange Monday on account of the death of nephewMessrs M Taylor E A Taylor James H Thomas and Dr S D Taylor of Beaver Dam were here Monday night to attend the Masonic Lodge Mr and Mu Byron Dean of Dundee visited Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs W H Sargent lure Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Morrison of Hartford spent Monday here Mr Clarence Keown of Hartford was In town Tuesday The protracted meeting began at the Baptist church Monday night conducted by Revs Ratcliff and Cloar School opened Monday with reo newel Interest since the teachers have returned from a successful weeks work at the Institute Mr Sam Turner who le teaching near town was In town Monday of ternoonMr M Graham of Narrows was In town Monday Mrs W W Camp and son Master Edward Maurice and Mrs W H Sargent and William Sargent went to Louisville Thursday Mrs Albert Mrrlsn went to Owensboro Monday where he has ac cepted a position with Guenther the wholesale grocer Miss Jessie I1enderson who has been In Scotland since last January has returned home every much delighted with her trip abroad Mr and Mrs Mack Smith spent Mecountry Mr W P Miller of Horse Branch was In town Monday Prof Otho Fowler of our school returned Saturday from a visit to his home near MadlsonvUle and the Teachers Institute at Hartford Miss Alma Ford returned Saturday WnHartford Mr and Mrs Fred Litsey former hererto make Walker Mr and Mrs Jerry Tilford spent Sunday In Cloverport Arresting a Giant Hartford Ky Oct qN K lIuckleburry VIas arrested here late yesterday afternoon for being drunk and disorderly He pretended to be willing to go to jail but when oppo site the new National Bank he be furtheer Sheriff Keown was called to the assistance of the marshal but the two butoOne after another of the bystanders were called to their assistance until It required the united strength and efforts of seven men to land the enrage ed giant In jail No such scene was ever witnessed here In making an arrest I1uckleburry halls from Green- Ville and is reputed to have figured In many brawls and drunken esca pades before In discussing the arrest Sheriff Keown who has won quite a reputation or overhauling toughs said he never aldd In arrest Ing a bad plan possessed of half the museularpowerand reckless daring as that IluckleburrySpecial to The Commercial 100 Roward 100 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 end that Is Catarrh halts Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halts Ca tarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mUcous surfaces of the system thereby dee stroylng the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting 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 tails to cure Send for list ot testh- monialo Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halts Family Pills are the best JO A PARKER Populist Leader Assaulted by a Goebelite at IlardinsburgI- lardinsburg Ky Oct I3Judge W R Settle the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals spoke here today Jo A Parker of Louisville the State Chairman of the Populist party also had an appoint meat to speak ne asked of Settle a division of time which was refused First Dr Milton Board Jr made a speech which was followed by one from Judge T R Mcneath then Gus Drown made a talk followed by one from Weed S Chell Adjutant Gen D R Murray then took the stand and concluded by Introducing Judge W It Settle who spokeunttl about a quarter of four octock Dr R If McMullen the chairman of the Popu list party In the county and also the chairman In the Fourth Congresslon al district arose to hIs feet and said Mr Parker desired to make an expla nation and a correction of some state ments that had been made Mr Parker also said he wanted to correct a misstatement Judge Settle said to him I only stated what was told me Dr Board who heard this conversation said that he only stated to Judge Settle what Smith Waggoner had told him Mr Parker said that Smith Waggoner told hint Board ncthlng ot the sort whereupon Boad struck Parker over the left eye A number of parties then rushed In between Board and Parker and prevented anything further Judge McBeath then reconvene ed court and Parker die not speak at allThe PopuSists It Is said are very sore over the treatment ot Parker and will show their resentment when It comes to voting ep Public Speaking The following Republican speakers will address the voters of Ohio county at the following places Saturday night October III at 7 oclock p m Judge K R Weddlog at Dundee Ernest Woodward and S A Ander son at Beds Hon A S Bennett at Render John Henry Thomas and James DeWeese at Horse Branch David M hacker and Claude Smith at Mt Marlah Schoolhouse John C Holfeimer and G A welter at Magan M L Heavrin and S P Roby at Pordsville at I oclock p m ROCKPORT Mr James M Glllellple of Owens boro was In town last Friday Prrts J W Petty and M D Mad dox are again at their post of duty after attending the Teachers Instl tute at Hartford last week her Bros are having their old store repaired on Main street and alter It Is completed W A Bradley will move his saloon into It Mr Wm R Stogsdill of Evansville was In town last Saturday Mr John Carr of Nelson was In town last Saturday Uncle Robert Decker went to Owensboro last Saturday MIss Rena Thompson of Bevver is the guest of Mr and Mrs H A Tichenor this week Mrs R M Reid of Rchols visited Mr and Mrs L Reid of this place last Saturday and Sunday Dr W J Shackelette of Stevens port was In town Monday Mr H H Pierce went to McHenry Monday on a business trip Mr Frank Mason of Mt Sterling Ky was in town last Friday and Saturday Misses Lucy and Annie Hooper of Rchols were the guests of Miss Ma ble Maddox taft Saturday Mrs Geo M Maddox visited In the country last Saturday and Sunday the guest of htr sister Mrs C C Chinn Mr Otis Myers of Livermore was In town last Saturday on business Miss Mary Sneddon Is on the sick listSquire D J Wilcox returned yes terday from Centlal City Mr M P Maddox of Smallhous was lu town today on business Mr W S Vlck of South Carroll pn was In town today Mr T W Rogier went to McHenry yesterdayMr C Overton of near Para disc was In town today Mr Wm Carl of Render was In town yesterday Mrs Barry Waddle visited relatives In Beaver Dam yesterday A Letter of Thanks Having won the watch in the Teachers contest I wish to extend my most sincere thanks to all those con cerned In the presentation of this lovely and valuable prize and may the chains of sacrifice that extended countybethat none can be broken by words or deeds Plant within your mind my appreciation for this prize so deep that your friendship will always be as faithful for me In the future as has been during the contest Within my goldenfrom the hands and souls of mortals that glisten with charity and love never to rust from the efforts of deceit May Gods richest blessings be scattered over the pages of THE RE theybecess wilt guIde It through journeys of repaid progeess to the many homes of the country ARTm MAnig WAsoN- BAIZETOWN Miss Mary Morse was married to Mr Van Dockery Friday evening The sick list of this place seems to be imprnvingexcept Miss Lena Baize Miss Ada Baize visited relatives at McIleory last week Public Speaking Rev S R Smith the noted negro leader and orator of Owensboro will address the colored voters of OhIo county at the Court House lu hartf- ord Thursday night October 23 at 731 oclock p m RUNE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses everyday give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rlghtfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free SCOTT ds BOWNE ChemIsts 409415 Pearl Street New York sac and soo aU druggieta DR GOLDSTEIN The Optic Specialist Has DoI cldod to Romaln Until ToMorrow Only Is at the New Commerctal Hotel and will remain until to morrow II your efts need properly adjusted spectacles here Is the golden opportunity to consult an eminent special 1st In that line Dr Goldstelns sys tern of test results In a perfect fit compensation for natures deficiency while reserving the adjusting poet of accommodations of the eye the large requlrment of which has been nearly or entirely overlooked by most opticians of the day Dr Goldsteins experience of seventeen years enables him by the most Improved methoda and with the latest scientific apparatus to correctly test the sight and by n suitable selection ot lenses or spec tacles to give relief to and strengthen the eyes for the varied requirement In professional or private life The doc tor comes highly recommended having fitted glasses for many of the best- citizens of neighboring towns and reo era to them as to his skill as a rte putable and practical optician Thoe suffering from neuralgIa of the eh and head will do well to call on him as he gives ImmedIate relief Cone sultlon and examination free ot lice hours from JO a m to 3 pm during his stay Nicest Cheese Sausage Dried Beel and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant Teachers Contest 1 In our Teachers Voting Contest which closed Saturday Dr Jas A Dnft of Sulphur Springs was award ed the buggy and Miss Artie MarIe Wilson of ROJlne was awarded the watch Miss Wilson was an easy winner from the start In the contest for the watch but the contest for the buggy was a very spirited one Both Mr DuO and Mr R H Miller the leading contestants are popu tar and enterprising young men and the friends of each during the closing days of the contest took anacUye In t rest In the race Mr Duff won the buggy by only a small majority and the publishers or TnE REPUBLICAN were so pleased withenterprising spirit of young Miller that they made him a present of a nice Stetson hat The ballots were placed In the box again alter being counted Saturday afternoon and as Mr Claude Smith has one of the keys to the ballot box we are unable to publish the number of votes each candidate received wr shall do so next week CuredA- t 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Hurt disease Is curable but In people of advanced age It dots not itself howeverhope hundredssufferers will cure where alt else has failed anddiseasedI1lalor of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever lormulaled for im proving the circulation of the blood heartdiseAseold town of Lexington Va I few so much worse I ray wife to visit RoaookeVa oldtownprocuredand Tonic After ullnr one or two I Idespairedoftinted on keeping ft up which I did1mrovement soon began In tamest and I took n alt fifteen or lateen bottles I was re yoyearsair are a benefactor and I cheerfully retom sufferinghemtnlly boUleDron Nervous and lie art Uiseale Add rea Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r E P BARNES lBRO i S The Largest Distributors of General lflerchanR dise in Ohio CountySt It is time to loosen your pursestrings andget ready for fall buying This store has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chance There is no luck or specula tion about this business It isnt the result of fortunate circumstances lint downright honest hard work Work wherein your interests as customers have beenI carefully studied at every corner and turn It is our highest ambition to servo tho people wellto satisfy them in every respect EveY one of our departments is come plete in every detail Large stocks plenty of room polite salespeople and a deter mination on all sides to make buying mutually advantageous Dress Goods and Silks All the now wlavcs in dress and waist stufTs from the cheapest to a very fine grade We are showing waist goods from lOets per yard to 125 per yard Skirt and suit goods from lOc per yard to 200 per yardfn Marl and colors See our line of readymade Skirts 2 to 7 each Also our stock of Petticoats 50c to3 calhll1llI dress trimmings in endless variety TIlI1tmblr the place is at BARNES RrrrnAIShoes A glance at our Shoe Depart w01havein this part of Kentucky Undo right Look right Prices right Dig shipments have been coming in nIl along and wo can give you most anything you- want We IU1I1dle no shoddy- stall Mens Good Honest Shoes for work 125 to 300 To and and Millcry- We wore never pro pmcd lIIeot the denuutds of hi hllnss dressers this season Our opening business hits encouraging that wo know that wo showing a line of Tades Misses and hildrons which any la fly can be pleased Mtns Solid Shoes for dress wear 150 to 2 I3uolls cole bolted line 250 to 150 Burns Bootee the only perfect in the market 100 and 450 Lollies Misses and Childrens Everyday Shoes 75e J 125 150 and 175 Lathes Misses and Childrens Kid Shoes SOc GOe 75c 1 150 175 2 225 250 and 3 You can save money by buying your Shoes front Barnes Lathes Wraps and furs Bought direct from one of the largest man ufncturers in the United States Made uP- in the moat popular atylish shapes at the following rango of prices Jackets 1 3 4 5 650 750 8850 10 12 15 Misses and Childrens 1 to 5 Furs 1 to 500 Stoves It is the proper seasull uf the year tofit yourself up in anew Coal Cook Stove turd the best to buy is an O K Jewel Satisfaction gttaraullod in price and service New Commercial Hotel Hartford Kent11c1cy Everything now throughout the best Service excellent Como and see us- ea ISAAC FOSTER Proprietor sne Whom it play Concern j I have this day set my sous JaTIIJI 0 Brown Thomas 0 hruw n free to contract becoutracttd vih till their own reaponsiblItyand I will not lelvafter be frr their Cnrtiarh nJr eorduct This Otber 7 1902 fit its Bit6n- Nlrtr Mhrn lv w u better to than been so are hats and Gaps from ill both Bootee store Table For Sale A Scholarship In the Bryant Strtt ton Business College Loullvllle We can save you money Call on or address Tug RnrunucAN Hartford Ky Tor Constipation rcmcdrlorJilltccuyhsrmleuuu er clrcunntsaceatrlccne ladies and Gents- Furnishings Neckwear in endless variety All the now shnpes Bows fie to fiOc Scarf 25c to 50c Four inhnnds 25c to 50c- UNDEInvKAR Mens Shirts and Drawers nt 25c 5Oc 75e 1 150 each Boys Shirts and Drawers 25c to 60c Ladies and Childrens t Union Suits 25c 50c 76c 1 Ladies Vesta and Pants 20c to 100 DAHNESllls the stufftlutt will tress otl tip ns- we1ls keep you warm Heavy Dry Goods table Linens 25c to 1 per yard Canton Fliuuols Sc S- c1012c f and 14c per yard Jeans in difl runt colors 15e 2Oc 25c 35c per yard Shirtings 5c 7c Sc We per yard Bleached and Brown Cottons 5c 8c and lOc pr yard Ion Quarter Sheetings lOle 22c 25c per yard Comforts Blank ets Calicoes and Ginghams They are nn hero Come and supply your needs Furniture Our Furniture rooms are crowded with now good things for the seaSouSuits Beds Drossors Wardrobes Folding Beds Mattresses Springs Iron Beds Chairs Rockers Safes Tables at rockbottout prices Dont forget tllnt Barnes at Beaver Dam is the place to buy Furniture V CIo thtn i I d- We are certainly very grateful for the liberal patronage you llavo given u in this dephrtment Everybody knowswe show the best and most varied Hne of Melts Boys and Childrens Suits Over coats and 0nd Pants in the county It has no superior JU styles in flnisiiin price felts Sl1itstooto 2000 Mints Overconts2 O to 1000 Boys Overcoats 200 to 1000 Childrens Suits 75c to fioo Childrens Overcoats1oo to 500 BuyIHorse Shoo brand of Fertilizer for your wheat rind gross Old Hickory and lonncsseo Wagons Ito do your hauling on and a Crown Sowing Machine to do your sowing on and bring your produce to Barnes whero you can get everything yen need rrens Hats lhe famous Liberty bnuld in soft andstiflIInts in aU the now shapes and colors nt 200 and 300 each Buy a lint of this brand and satisfaction is guaranteed We are showing the greatest values you over saw at 50c 75e 100 160 in Mens Boys and Childrens Hats See our lillSof heavy and light OHcCaps of quito a nice variety of all styles 25c to 50c each You cant HATmake a mistake if you drop in at Barnes to supply your wants GUNS GUNSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC tad rtfIpeetlollT uk you to call and seethe tersest and best line of Shot Ono stet Ja nartor PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford w 4 All Kind of JOb Work NEATLY DONE Al THIS OFFICE i i r it f n i I l a fIr 4 That there is even a shadow of a doubt bf 4 about our filling satisfactorily so look to us Jl for your WINTER SUPPLIES at prices that it t competitors do not give you As a sample r it I J tI We Quote You + bf 41en 3 good everyday shoes i to 250 fj if4iChildrens shoes ajc to i 50 per pair i 5 Good domestic yard wide 4c fj 41Ueavycottoneanl 150 Ur 4V Best all wool Jeans 45C to 3Sc bf o rye bf TickingJj c 150 to 250 41 avY3 pair for 250 bf 41 Mens good Suspenders toe 4 Gents big size Handkerchiefs i 5C i 41Ladles heavy Fleeced Vest same In Pants 450bf 41 Mens heavy Pleeced Shirts i 500 l 4J Ladles Union Suits 500 l N Misses Union Suits 25Clit 44 fi Millinery Department lit lit IJf j This IS one of our Big Fall Attractions lit I 4V When you visit us you will find our MILLI it h NERY PARLOR brim full of the very latest S 4 f production in head wear We arc making it 4 special efforts this season to fix the little j f folks in Hats Etc We arc better prepared j f 4 f49 than ever before to satisfy the wants of ev bfI AQ v erybody So come along and we will con jj j vice you that we arc HEADQUARTERS byf f4 showing you one of the most complete lines fJ 4 of Millinery every shown in Ohio county lit f4 lit 44 cr- J I TO FARMERS needing largo Fall supplies for winter 1 4V wo especially urgo you to seo our lino of Shoes lit n lit 4V Jeans Lmsc s Outings Canton Flannels Un lit bfdorweart f nIf44 I Q bb bf f4 bf- t 41 41 41 fG 41 bf- t 41 fr I I I 1 r 4i iINewt At Every Turn 2 IiNcver to our knowledge has tho fall seasonbbrought us such n profusion of beautiful Novolties Ii for tho wardrobe Our storo presents almost a iC galatlay appearance with its splendid contents P That alwaysperplexing problem What shall I m I wear can bo easily solved in tho midst of this now arid elaborate array of Dress Goods and TrimJI mings Our stock consists of all tho newest r Y Hero you will findnlmost anything you could call I for Dress Goods from 5c to 200 per yard r Now for the Men Folks IWo cover woro quito so woll fixed Wo novor did havo so many Suits and Overcoats and such 1 1 1 x i a 1 aat such low The prices A atfake but como and sco for yoursalf You are suro to bo pleased Wo uarnntco that you visit will bo profitable tThe Season for ShoesI- s 2 now upon us and wo have tho best Shoes mado tII both for school and dress wear Wo received 100 a I cases at ono shipment so you may know wo have Shoes to sell Remember wo have Wolff Bros school Shoes for girls and boys For Ladies and Misses dross Shoes wo sell the P W Minor and 0- Edwn a- It Smith Shoes For the men wo havo tho tJudsounoxcolled afor yourself of their merits if you will only como and see We Could Use 1b f i110 entire column in quoting prices but you could not toll anything about the Goods unless you E wpuld conic find see You cant afford not to como IIBO wo shall look for you Remember when you see OAHSQ COS Stock you see the biggest stock in countY So dont fail to giyo us a Jlook Yours truty l tCARSON CO1- o Hartford1 2 fiX KX iCtCiliCtCa aa a I Big line of Trunks at Sum Bach See Carson Bros for molasses kegs Tweddell makes good meal T him tf Fruits ol all kinds at City Rnstau rant atICome to hear Clifton J Pratt here I Monday City Restaurant for everything I good to eat Hear AtlorneyGeneral Pratt at theI Court House Monday Celebrated Arizona Stoves lor sale by W S Tinsley Nicest Cakes and Crackers in town at City Rastaurant For an uptodate meal or lunch go to City Restaurant tCourthe Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candlea i Hartfordat City Restaurant W L Douglas Shoes at Carson tCofl Every pair guaranteed Sonneborni Warranted Clothing none betterat Carson Cos Bring us your produce Highest market prices paid CARSON Co Call on W S Tinsley for fresh family GrocerievHardware Roof lugSam Bach the leading Clothier wants your trade I guarantee sat faction Fresh Oysters constantly on hand at City Restaurant and served In any style Remnant Calico 16 eta per pound an average of 2 eta per yard at Carson Gos When in Hartford get your meals at City Restaurant Firstclass in every respect The celebrated Hamllton Brow n Shoe Is sold by Sam Bach Every palr naranteed Dr D W King the Osteopath is himforGrocerylineCARSON BROS lightUoderwearSam Bachs Warm serviceable and cheap Mens Wool Suits only 175 at Sam Bachs sizes 35 to 42 Clay Worsted Suits only Jtyoo al 35 to 44 Ifyou have a Watch Clock Ga brlnlrItHouse Mrs Elizabeth Payne widow of John W Payne deceased died at her residence near Shreve Thursday of last week lavingfonrbuy a bolt of Remnant Calico fro Carson Co See those All 1Vool Boys Suits at Sam Bachs for only 140 sizes 8 to 15 years Youths black Clay Worst ed Suits only 4 90 sizes 14 to 19 yelrLoSTBetween the Pair Grounds and Render Saturday October 4 ladys gold watch Stars and Stripes on case Reward for its return to J L BURTON Render Ky Biggest line ol Gloves ever shown BoyaGlovea everybodyand Dr G Goldstein the oculist is at the New Commercial Hotel Get your work done today and tomorrow Dr Goldstein will leave Hartford tomorrow night The Plies Court met in r TnesdayludgedtieJusticesRone Maitln Graham Hudson and Hicks present Clerk U G Ragland at the desk Carson Co have the best line ol Dry Goods have the best line of Clothing have the best line of Millinery have the best line of Groceries and give you better treatment than say other house in town Come and see us CARSON Co Bargains Bargains Bargains remnant calicoes that we have been selling at 2oc per pound we are now selling at i6c making an average o- 4c per yard Come quick and ge your choice as our stock is limited and will soon run outCARSON Co Pure Bone Fertilizer lor sale will give you the best prices eve made on pure raw bone Call an see the State Chemists test F M WBSTKRPIRD Hartford Ky Poster Gross was arrested at the home of Dr Westerfield near Fords vllle Wednesday by Clarence Kcown audio Roberts He was taken to Hawcsvllle by Jo Roberts where he is wanted for burglary Rev E M Crowe an aged and wellbeloved minister of the Method fat church South a ittperannnated minister of that church who hasjust seen his seventythird birthday has come to Hartford to spend the even lag twilight of his life The editor of this paper bad Dr Goldstein adjust for him a pair o spectacles yesterday with which he is well pleased We take pleasure in recommending Dr Goldstein to those needing spectacles or eyegUsces He la certainly entirely familiar with his line of work Dr Gotdstela will leave Hartford tonorrew night See him today or tomorrow A protracted meeting will begin lit the Baptist church in Beaver Dam next Sunday Rev E W Coakley the pastor will be assisted by Rev J H Riff ol Monroe City Mo Rev Riffe Is an eminent pastor evangelist and will no doubt exercise much pow er In the meeting The protracted effort will continue at Beaver Dam two weeks or more and will then be ttata etred to Hartford a S ABOUT PEOPLE yCapt S K Cox was la Osvenrboro Monday Mr J T tier Manda was In town WednesdayMr Boswell Narrows was in town Monday Mr William Potts Roslne called on us yesterday Cool C M Barnett Lonisvllle is in town this week Mr R L Boyd Horse Branch was In town Tuesday Mr Marion hatler Roslne was in town Wednesday Mr Vlck Stewart Beda was in town Wednesday Dr J S Taylor McIIenry was in town Wednesday M5M L Heavrin Is in Hawesvllle on legal business nMr R J Da t lei Beaver Dam wa in town Wednesday Mr William Bryant Roslne was In town Wednesday Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam was In town Wednesday Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Wednesday 10111 LThomasSulphur Springs was in town yesterday s Mr and Mrs Randall Collins wen to Owensboro Tuesday Mr Sherman Vlck ol Owensboro was in town Wednesday Mr R T Collins and wile are vis trills friends in Owensboro Mr J A C Park Clear Run was among our callers yesterday- Mr Robert Simpson Arnold was among our callers yesterday Mr Basil Stewart Manda was among our callers Wednesday Dr A F Stanley and Circuit Clerk S A Anderson were in Mor gantown Monday Messrs Henry Carter Willie Gra ham and Allle Graham Narrows were in town Sunday Margaretyvisiting friends and relatives in Hart lord this week Mrs Ada Hocker of Sutherland Daviess county la t the bedside of her sister MrsJLaura McKinney who has typhoid fever Miss Mabel Gnffy of Frankfort who has been the guest of the family forus day Harrodsdboy but is now with the East Ten nessee Telephone Company at Har rodsbnrg a Marriage License J H Mitchell Westerfield to Belle Jewell Bnford tomDaisyNewcombClarence Allen Hartford to Verna Bennett Hartford W V Midkiff Magan to Mary E Miller Magan RachelILucyIHenry Blackburn Render to Nora Stone Render JOINT SPEAKING Judges GuffY and Settle at the I Court House Here Sat urday Judges Gnffy and Settle met here Saturday alternobn In joint discuss hadra division of time with Judge Set Gnflys speech was well receiv ed and enthusiastically punctuated with rounds of applause by the 500 representative voters of Ohio county who had gathered to hear the Chief Justice discuss his record as Judge of the Court of Appeals Judge Settle followed in an hour and twenty minutes reply Judge Gnfly gave Judge Settle the following questions to answer viz presentIcollection of a tax on the value of franchise is constitution tJudge Settle answered in the affirm said I believe it is con stltntional and should be enforced I am in favor of all corporations paying a franchise tax SeondDoyou believe the late legaldIn an evasive manner Judge Settle said he signed the petition asking Goebel to contest and that he would not be an honest man 11 he did not believe that he received a majority of the legal votes cast ThirdDid you In any manner rec om mend or advise that Wm Goebel TaylorinJudge Settle admitted that his name woes signed to the petition with oth ers and said that he assumed the reo sponslblllty resulting from the con test Fourth Do you believe that an employe ot a corporation should have the right to rcover ol a corporation wroogfulIration superior in authority to the in Jared party Judge Settle again gave an affirms rive answer and stated that during his term office as Circuit Judge he had upheld this doctrine He went plainIso that It would never changed He said this proposition was in serer dance with the common law and had always been so held by the courts In a minute reply Judge Gully touched up his opponent in a happy and humorous dls sected his speech and answered It in a manner eminently satisfactory to the voters ol Ohio county The indepen dent vote which is very large here is solid for Guffy JAMES A DUFF Dr James A Duff whose portrait appears above was born twentyfive years ago near Sulphur Springs in Ria community Mr Dull was educated in the common schools of Ohio county and later completed his education in the Ellzabethtown College He began teaching at the age of nineteen and has taught la the public schools of Ohl count continuously since Last year Mr Dnff entered the Hospital School oi Medicine at Louis tyule but returned to Ohio county to the present school year lie it engaged now In teaching the school at Horse Branch In this county Mr Duff is one of our most successful teachers and his services are eagerly sought for in the school wprld each yearAs soon as our Teachers voting contest was announced our patrons began voting for Mr Duff without his knowlee or solicitation and from time to time poured subscrip tions new and old Into our till nn they won for him our chief prIze the buggy Mr Dnff won not only a valuable prize but the distinction of being the most popular gentleman teacher in the county an honor lor which he asks us to extenduhls gratitude and good will to those who so deeply in terested themselves in his welfare The Institute The Institute which closed at noon last Saturday was one ot the most countytIruf Jnbu Burke the Instructor ex prSitd himself as beNg greatly pleas ed with the educttlotal outlook li Olio county Hi laid said he had not met anywhere a more Intelligent and progressive body of teachers Prof Burke himself proved to be an Inexhaustible fountain of good sense and gojd humor lie kept the teachers smiling through all his talks as he depicted In simple though elegant language the duties labors and responsibilities of teachers Ills work was practical nnd inter esting from start to finish He arous ed an Interest in literary culture among the teachers that will certain ly bear rich fruit in the futare On Thursday evening he gave a lecture on Robert Bump the Scottish bard that wan lull of eloquence beauty and pathos His visit to out little city will long be remembered as a pleasant incident In the lives of all who came under the Influence of his humor and wit Supt DeWeese presided with great dignity and gained the confidence and respect of all The oratorical contest Friday night was one of the great events of the week Mr Sam Tnrner won first prize and Mr Ozna Shultz won see ond prize R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Mill located southend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf jz Ancient Foe To health and happiness is Scrofula as ugly as ever since time Immemorial It causes bunches in tho neck dis figures the skin inflames the mucous membrane wastes tho muscles weak ens the bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops Into con sumption A bunch appeared on the left side ot my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have never had any trouble of the kind since Mao K T SSTDIB Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thousands i BiliousnessMakes Y Chronic Invalids When the aver U torpJd and bill to do lu work the tale enters the blood u a Tlralent pouoa Then come constipation bUloumeM lick heaiwb leyert and maIrta Tbe only treatment thai PTM the liTer fat the right touch and tarn NMun work to the rtgbl- Mn u 1AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pmt touches the liter and the pellets tons the- system 2I dace for days coat W rests and m tan your ease U exceedingly bad you f f will be weD before you OnUh them rSample Ire For we at aI1 dealan For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I Good Horse SenseIwin tell you that old eggs and glue arinot things you want to eat vet some coffee roasters glass their coffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts lust pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind UiUora pithy ass IrMkotH at Utured by the Nid pakge dM Our New t FeJl GoodsAve now on hand and we invite the pub tic to an inspection of the finest line of 2seasonable Dry Goods ever shown in Hart ford We have spared no pains or expense 44 in procuring a line of Goods that will de ilight the eye please the wearer andsave the pocketbook Years of experience ihave taught us just what the people want- and with a desire to serve their interests j we have succeeded in purchasing a stock 2Elatest Goodsf 2ta s Sloe t lese seCIQIg Heavy Factory Cotton 4eGood Bleached Cotton 50 Good Cotton Flannel 50 Extra Heavy Drilling 7if0 Good Calico 4c 2Good Shirting 5c Good heavy 56 inch Waterproof 400 1i Allwool heavy Top Skirt goods Soc Mens Black Clay Worsted Snltsslzes 35 to 42 250 21iBoys all wool Suits sizes 7 to 15 = i 40 2ii21iBig line of Childrens Shoes Fine line ol Waist Flannels Jackets Capes readymade ii Dress Skirts Trunks Mattings and Carpets 2Cibe found in this section and we are right ty in the push when it comes to styles and novelties No old stockeverything new yr Give us a call and we assure you that we 2will come as near supplying your wants as any store in the county and at prices 4 that will be entirely satisfactory to you 2 YoUrs tOr Trade t SAMBACH Hartford MM44s ABigDay attheFairGrounds Saturday Nov11902 Trotting Races and Deer CheeseTrotting Races begin at 10 oclock a m FirstTrottwo best in three mile heats premium 1000 All Ohio county horses that have never trotted for money may enter Entrance free Second Trot Two best in three mile heats premium 1000 All Ohio county horses may enter Entrance fee 100x DEER CHASE v- At r 1 oclock the people of Ohio county will have a chance to see the last Deer Chase that will per haps ever be seen in Ohio county All Ohio county dogs may enter Premium 500 Entrance fee for each dog 50 cents Admission Adults 25 cents Children Under Ten Years Free R L PARIS WILLIS HEFLIN J HTHOMAS Proprs I I Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table New time card taking effect Sunday Dee 2 boo at noon North Bound Hnnih Uonn l- Kol due4OSam No iidn ll17a in No indneWTp m No 101 tine 247 p ro- No in due p m No Ill daeGOt m Iornl Freight No lMdoeTM m Note due JW pm- S B VAKUITEB Agent 4lJlfUIKtS WHIRL All llit AILS fleet oigh 8rup rMtes Jood Vu- n tInI d bydrflfflltL CO N SU MPTION I STRANGE COMA Resulting From Joy Makes Mans Body Rigid as Steel Rigid unable to speak to hear or apparently to feel Michael Krajecak 16 years old lies ona cot in Lebanon Hospital his strange case is a puzzle to the physicians Since Thursday morning when the odd malady at tacked him on an L train he was lain thus in that condition Young Krajecak came here early in the week from the coal regions in Pennsylvania looking for work He is a Pole of good education Morris Pollak a baker of No 3108 Third avenue became interested in the lad took him to a grocery in One Hun dred and Twentysecond street Thursday morning and secured him a clerkship He was told to report MondaySo had Krajecak been without money and friends the promise of work over joyed him and he became demonstratively effusive to Pollak The two boarded an L train at One Hundred and Twenty ninth street andwere conversing when suddenly thel d stopped in the middle of a sentence His lips moved but not a sound came Pollak questioned him He tried to reply but not a sound Issued from lipsThen his body began to grow rigid His eyes gazedly ahead He was taken from the1 train at One Hundred and Fiftyninth street and carried to the Pollak home There he grew worse and though questions were shouted in his ear and food and water proffered him he made no sign nor soundAt Lebanon Hospital boiling hot water was poured from a spoon on the lads head but he did opt wince Dr Reiss diagnosed the case as hysteria It is one of those inexplicable cases resultant from no one knows what said he yesterday I believe it to be hysteria in a passive form From what I could learn he has never been similarly afflicted The only food that can be given to the patient is warm milk administered in small dose- sChamborialnsCough or Remedy Saved His Boys Life II believe I saved my nine year old boys life this winter with Cham berlains Cough Remedy says AM Hoppe Rio Creek Wis 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 all druggists m CASTOnADean thulbs Kind You Hats Alwn BcagM BJptm 1IJPI No Place Like Home We know a farmer who got the no tion in his head that he wanted to sell his farm Some time ago he concluded he wanted to sell so be told his agent to sell if possible A hundred dollars inst to be picked up every day so the agent let himself out a little used some printers ink perhaps consequently the other day he brought a man to the farm sold it to him for the price asked and a forfeit pay went was made In two hours after the purchaser left the sellar began to HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks woo mens nerves And tho constant caroof children day and night It often too trying for oven a strong woman A haggard face tells tho story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses loucorrhoDa and falling of tho womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to organsIn WINE CARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured sheIaiendeane Ky Feb 10 1901 1 am to glad that your Wine of Cardul It helping ma 1 am better the- nIbvSIe1tSOt7tfl Iamdolngm- a work without sa7 lIp 54 washed tatt week sad s OUt bit tired That hOWl thai thD Win Ii- dotag ma good I sin get lag Oubie- rthnI ClOT WIL kfou and help good- and cM harty Dfortt I b ill tkcg laydownnowldonotthinkolrlnfdoinithroo toe day UB 8100 AT DItCGGlSTS Tei siflje nS IdrM nftei Ira loon IUaoci E lWjUjrt rr rTltf LFM II haven queer feeling in his head The thought struck9 him that he was now living on another mans farm or wourd be in a few days In four hours he began to wonder what be would do or where he would go He doesnt say whether he slept any that night or not but he was astir so bright and early next morning that he was on the road to town by sunrise where he paid the agent his Sloo and the man who thought he had bouggt the farm another SIOO to release him from the bargain It cost this man 200 to find out there is no place like the old homestead Winchester Democrat Keep a record of what you are do lug on the farm the time ol planting harvesting methods employed in cut tivating yields grain and hay sales oi cattle and other products When Intelligently kept such records are Invaluable and it is but little work to jot them down each week in a book kept for this purpose A comparison year by year leads to better and more profitable farming the discarding ol unprofitable stock and unproductive varieties and the substitution ol better ones A record of events pays and pays well American Agriculturist Rushville Ind Messrs Ely Bros I have been a sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I found it In Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friend ever since Rev R M Bentley Messrs Ely Bros Find enclosed 50 cents for which please send me your Cream Balm I find your remedy thee quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours tiuly Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co FOOLISH OPERATION Death of a Cleveland Contractor Who Thought lie Swal lowed His False Teeth Cleveland 0 Oct nFrank Buettner a wellknown contractor of this city died early today as the re suIt of an operation performed to remove a set of false teeth which it was supposed he had swallowed while asleep Monday night An Xray ma chine was used on Bnettner which the surgeons declared showed the teeth to be in the esophagus Just as the latter had been opened its entire length a relative of Buettners rushed into the operating room with the missing set of teeth which had been found in Bnettners bed It was then learned that Buettner was suffering from a severe case of acute laryngitis The pain in his throat led him to be lIeve he had swallowed the teeth S S v Keep It In Your Home And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of Lvovs LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels j will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byj Thos Allen RoslneKy What a loathsome person a gossip IIIj and how detestable the occupa tion Gossip has made many a hell on earth gossip has parted many husband and wife gossip has blackened and sullied the charac ter of many a girl gossip has part ed lovers who would have been happy had it not been for It One little misstep or one indiscreet ac tion will cause gossip to arise with new strength and start on her mission Her did we say We ought not to for we have male gossipers and as a rule they are ten times as venomous as a female A good healthy gossiper Is as mean and dangerous as the meanest thing on earth A dog that will bring a bone to you will carry one to your neighbors door A Blind Fox Hunter Across theKentncky river fromMer cer county just back of the Jessamine county cliffs against whose tall peaks the clouds get wrecked and go to pieces is the modest home ot Tom Johnson a remarkable man says the Harrodsburg Democrat Mr John son has been stone blind since early youth but notwithstanding the loss ol his eyes he Is one of the most en thusiastic fox hunters of the State Often alone he follows his hounds among the Kentucky river cliffs in a gallop and with an apparent reckless ness thatone witch a keen vision would not dare to imitate and though he has done this for many years he has never met with an ned dent He knows every nook and crook in the cliffs and when he comes to a very dangerous point he dismounts takes hold of the horses tail laud the animal guides him with safe ty over places where a misstep of the faithful beast would hurls both man hose to cettaln destruction aChief Justice Guffys record on the bench of the highest court in the State has never been attacked He has never been accused oi even the slightest suspicion of dishonesty or unfairness Surely this Is a splendid commendation of a pure and upright jurist when his enemies have failed to find any vulnerable point In his course as a judlcal officer He now asks of the people an endorsement of this conduct in office No stronger reason for his reelection can be urged than the course he hat pursued while a member of the Court ol Appeals Vote for and elect him and the people will always find the same courteous fair and Impartial judge as Tie has proven himself tqbe Breckenridge News The only attack the opponents of Judge Guffy have ever made on him is concerning his political record only And this is because at one time he affiliated with the Populist party and was their candidate for Attorney General Well this same charge can be brought against about 1200 of the best citizens of this county and many of this number still vote for the candidate of the Populist party Whenever Judge Guffy is denounced because oi this fact there Is also denounced these same 1230 good citizens of our county who voted as be once did Brecken ridge News CONSPIRACY To Defraud Uncle SamCharge Upon Which Three Nor folk Va Men Have Been Arrested Norfolk Va Oct II United States Commissioner Botfden today held fc r the Federal grand jury Aaron Marx J A Codd and Louis Wasser man for conspiracy with Intent to defraud the United States in the mat ter of the contract for supplying the Norfolk Navy Yard with 100000 pounds of beef and a similar amount of fresh vegetables- All three of the accused were ad mitted to ball in the sum olioo each The evidence introduced at the hearing showed that Marx Wass erman Codd and Richard Eastwood met at a hotel in Washington and Marx by paying 150 to each of the others secured their bids for the con tract with figures greater than those submitted by himself His bid was 15400 and he secured the contract at that sum Eastwood has not yet been arrested Wasserman is now furnishing the Hampton Roads station with an Identical supply at a contract price of 7 480 Assistant District Attorney Miller stated to the Associated Press correspondent that Marx was inform ed of the investigation being made in to the records of the bids and con tracts by some one connected with the department in Washing and that an investigation to discover who this Is will be made Get a free sample oi Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are ease ier to take and more pleasant in eflect than pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is olten the case with pills Regular size 250 per box m r Her Plan Ive been two weeks trying to coax my husband to give me 50 to buy a new dress11 complained Mrs Gazzam to Mrs Wiffies I never do that What do you do I have my new dress charged and leave my husband to fight it out with the collector Harpers Baz r When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to all drug dlsts drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation m The Democrats said that retention ofthe Philippines meant Militarism as well as Imperialism because it would require an immense standing Army There are less than 18000 soldiers in the Philippine Archipelago a less number in comparison than was mautained in the early days of this Republic CAoSTOnXABeau theIts KM Ysa Have Alrvajs Bought Bigcatvt 11 II Perpetual Warfare Theyre getting rich arent theyYes theyre just rich enough now to have trouble with their servants- Is that so Yef theyre trying to keep an English butler and an Irish cook lady Philadelphia Press Any druggist who look more to the health and welfare of his friends and customers than to the increase ol his prescription tiade will recom mend Ramons Liver Pills and Toulc Pellets for attacks of constipation and biliousness They ore far belter than strong drugs and much cheaper than prescription bills G C McClure GallupICyand Tonic Pellets have proved to be tbe most popular and satisfactory medicine we ever handled A trial superlorlty 3 H Williams m a Beware young man how you tam er with the wine cup It is full of deadly poison that will sap your life and ruin you forever Shun it as you would a rattle snake The snake can only destroy your body but strong drink will cast both soul and body Into hell The first drink starts you on the down hill to ruin and each succeeding overthrow Strong drink is your deadliest foe Beware When friends lalls out the devil falls into an easy job The man who expects bal luck us ually gets iK The hum of the wheels of Industry must sound like a funeral dirge to the leaders of the Democratic patty AN OLD SOLDIER DEAD Sam Djincan Mexican and Con federate Veteran Dies at Morganfield Mr Sam Duncan of Morganfield was found dead in his bed Friday morning paving died during the night of heart disease Mr Duncan was born fa Timble county in 1812 and when he was twenty years old enlisted for the Mexican war At the com pletlon ol his term of service he returned home and later settled in Da vless county near Knsor removing to Union county about 1858 He became a prosperous farmer there and enjoyed the esteem of all In iS6t he enlisted in the Fourth Kentucky regl pent in the Confederate army and was elected captain of a company lie served throughout the war and was wounded several times lie was a brother of Mrs Eliza Giay of Beaver Dam and an uncle of Ben D Rln go candidate for Commonwealths Attorney Inquirer O A JS T 0XIXA Ben tie ItaWwItotiHaraiwrJltelja 1Ip r wsrA Word to Travelers The excitement incident to travel Ing and change ot food and water often 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 Farm For Sale A good farm oi sixty five acres six miles north of Hartford part hill and part bottom new house and barn plenty of watter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN tLowe Palo Ky r CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the d rSignature of Excursion Rates Grand Lodge F A M Louisville Oct 2123On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October 20 and for early morning train October 3 tst Limited to Oct 24th for return or S Lyons Laxative Syrup ts a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its effect acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cures constipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and wake the blood pure An ideal remedy for child ren as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy TilE- CIFAX8IJ Axis HEALING CUBE FOR CATARRHI ELYS CREAM BALM Far end pleasant ton no In Jnrtons drug It In quickly absorb ed Ulrni Relief at once It opens anti Cleanees tbe Naial Pasnairee Allay Infla matlom Heals and Protects tbe Membrane Rentorrs the Keniws of Tiute anti Hmfll Large ale U tvnU at DrngglsU or br I wall Trial site 10 cents by mall I ELY IHIOTIIKUS M Warren Street New York CUIE1 JVNAL 2 1A104 Times a Year The TWIfi t wrKli TOITIIirlt JOUIIVAI Is the belt pnper published In tbe United BtAtm for Democrats ODd for AM renders It Is the equal nf many Dalllw and burr of nil oter HtmlWecklta or Waekltea lltnrj WuitrriiiiiiKiIltnr The Vlnesduy Iwue In tivvoted to NEWS MlITritS tbe Saturday lusne la devoted to the II tin K Himplc copied sent free on appli cation Addrrts TIIK rjllKltJOlill NAli f0 IoorUvllle Ky Dy epeclal arramrvment you con Ret the Itl rUUMUAN anti the TV1CEAWKKK COUKIKIlJOUIIMAf both one year for only 8100 Tbll for rcA subscriptions only All cub ecrlptlone under this combination offer must be Mat throaght lite nrpnblleun office Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lake Park Mary land On tho Crest of tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in Amen ca 2800 feet above sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasona ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua itsell and Is annually vis ited by thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities afforded for educational work and invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise ofthe mountains is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SouthWestern from June 1st to September 3 th good re 1902SpeciallyAugust for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about attractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished In reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain I ike Park Maryland nor Information on the subject ot rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dlst Passr Agt- Louisville Ky 0 P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio Tho Rind Yon Have Always Bought anti which Ions lidtix in use for over 30 ycnrs Ions homo the signature of anti 1ms been made under Iris per l 2 Bonrtl supervision since Its InfUncy C ctctAAM Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations andJnstasioodnro but Experiments that trlilo with and endanger tho licallli of Infants nnd Children Experience against Ilxpcrlmcut What is CASTORIA Cnstorla Is n harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil Pure gorlc Drops nUll Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation audi Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy nUll natural sleep JLho Childrens Panacea The Brothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears tho Signature of i The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC Of NTU COMPANY TT MUMHAV non MtW COP CITY w ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lilCOtttORlTIil Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be iu talking distance with the whole coun ty and business potcts generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at 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an 2jI 7ilfrtt fltndror IfIaZYUI- d IIII1I1i1eJtjt Seven experienced teacher each one a epaclalUt In hie line Orailnntee of this college bj buslnese houses We are now In oar now borne nearrst earner Second and Walnat street the flout and beet arranged school building In the South Individual Instruction school In enelon alltbejear BtadenU tan enter at any time VUlton alwa e welcome E J UKIOIlTIrMt tl l fJm fCOST NO MORE THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides It is very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Moss growth is an Impo lblllty It Is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands of delighted customers in all of the couutry It has been on the market over 25 years and is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds Ol btnut Iful designs of all grades of workand want to have you see them if you Are Interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal rardwill be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly DoRIIOADS Beaver DamjKy Ageqt for toe Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn 1 IfYou WantS To keep posted and othervjise wellinformed subscribe for The Republ can And get all thei1ewsaIt tlie time I WID IDT Oh1o coiaatta Circuit Court W T Owen Judge JK no- AttorarOweaboro TlI Illack Jailer 8A nderoa Clerk llowan Holbrook Master COM taaloner O n Likens TiuteIf7YOIDdl Oil Keown Rherld Hartford Deputjr BherlSiJ Kiowa Clarence Keow Jo 11 Robert LL- oyd FlemSterens 49ConrtconTenesllretUoa dar In March sad August and coatlouce thre weekeand third llondaj In May and NoTember two weeks County Court J V MUter Judge 118 flag and Clerk f WlI Barnra Attorney Ilarttonl 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