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THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OBSiK OF THE nm II m mm comEssiom mm Subscription a year It VOI1XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14 1902 NoI7 Why cant we come over to your house and play any more getilOmadlittle bit of noise thatwayl dypepslaIO thelllYIt I The dyspeptic bas no idea of his Own onrea 1 nnablenets or harsh tier Little things are I tojustifyI thedyspeptfeandha I or family by the Ute of Doctor Pferces I oen ldedlal Dlacov cry It cures diseases of the stoma 1ach and other organs of digestion perfectJassImll4tlon + I have taken one bottle yfalndlgntlonandt wllon1Yadkln CoII 1rommenrdbet have not felt like the aame man oe IICOYotr7PnartatagIwilt I lelletldI 1 Southern Railways Thronajh El At nettSoatbnaHia- ttKENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI S III UllM TbreDlej I tain Dttwren LouU G1esTraltItyMadi tblIl1nlForlalormatloaaddnM LokrmSfr Health and Pleasure Rosorts WITHy MediaI Waters t Iiw othUMotUeCviRailcoad I and ha Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CMtatla Ppriao AllUoa Welt Coopers WelW lowWell and arowta WolIl art hIf uUtljr e l4iUhed health sad pleaiir reort with taedloal water u a khan Sad harlnx hotel arrdmmodatloa They sri located on or- totlaaaoal tothlliM0tth llllaoU rental aid Talon A MUtlulppI Valley lUUroixU In tbs planil rj doi ol MississippiFend W bl nqJ r ltnJ tor 4 Ire ropy ot alt- lUutt bVokde crlbilIf thttaall In addi tion KilrdliJBpHiir Orajeoa Bprinfr Dawioi tataklaltpdsgaadcrttkadaHprlnxito JiioD jhf rlsg In Southern lllliol an similar rfonhbem slog nhlch an niaitrated book baa kea lelehd vhlch can ba had tree OB appllcatloa to th nuWnkiied A M HANSON 0 1 A CblcagoyNEW THROUGH LINE eEtWEEN EVANSVILLE AND I CHICAGOkAnew through cat line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evtnsvlll and Chicago the line being via Mat toon Champaign and the road lormerlyrservices Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Bvanavlle 730 pm 730001- Ar Chicago 7ooam yjooptn SOUTHBOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago Iopm 83oam ArEvansvllle 8105 am Sisopmi Through sleeping cars on night f trains and throughfree reclining chair Ira on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent 1 L THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlccaWtek EditionA1- mostaflailyatthe Price of a thITo Uara thla cewaJB ea It pfoaptlj Md Impartially all that jo hare to do I to loot ofcr icrlber IM tlnei a year ThThrieHuVrk w ntitelrrufUos pab lint Mw ha wher fItlhol EngliJh lasgaagalrspokenand you iwntttR a Wek Worlds regular abcrlp ta OD 100 per 1ar We totThereirniariabKrlptloa prlccotth two pa praa t 1100 Subscribe for THE- HABTBORDllEPTJBLI OAN 100 per year in L advance 7 v i HEROES I OF PRESENCE OF MIND How Catastrophes Have Been Averted by the Right Though- At the Right Instant Great presence of mind In cases of emergency where lives hang upon the thought and action of seconds is so rare as to excite universal ad miration Ones blood runs faster at the ator of the young Australian artllerlst t who seeldgagon trained by sect dent on the spot where his general stood during the army manoeuvres at Rembertova last yearflnng himself In front of the general just in time to receive the fatal shot A number of other recent cases of this kind are on record A party ol Rlmlngtous Scouts were galloping back to their column hotly pursued by a much superior force ot Boers during the recent South Afri can war atlfflencewire cutters among them so turned i lit right angles and gAlloped along It looking for an opening Instead they found another fence running at right Angles to the first They were hopelessly trapped- A trooper named Fraser suddenly extricated himself from the throng He pulled his feet Irom his stirrups rammed home his spurs and went at the lence as hard ai he could pelt The shock was fearful The hose was killed on the spot the man hurl ed many yards over its head But the wires were snapped and the others riding through the gap pick ed up the Insensible body of their comrade and escaped An unknown number of people owe I their lives to John Philip Sonsa butone occasion he was playing to audience ol 12000 people at St Louie when the electric lights in the hall suddenly went out Some one sb4 it erl Plrel and an omlnejus rustle thelloofDRapwithout an Instants hesltattejs the band burst lorth tale Oh dear what can the matter bd The uneasy rustle turned to a rip pie of laughter and when this fir WM rapidly followed by Walt Till the Clouds Roll By a roar of merriment olshowed that the situation was savedBy just such quick thought a keepRer In a Hamburg menagerie comrades life which was apparently beyond all human aid A lull grown tiger had suddenly turned upon the cleaner who had entered its cage It was between him and the door creep Ing slowly upon him with atallhyf steps and yellow glowing The man paralyzed with terror of stood motionless against the bars There was only one spectator of the ssene and he WM unarmed Jut quickly wit provided him with a petCter weapon than hot Irons or A sharp hiss pierced the stillness just the sound that the great python er of the Indian jungle makes when coll ed ready to strike The tiger heard it and its bodyc quivered and seemed to grow er Another hiss and the savage brute sank down cowering upon the floor ol its cage and thought no more of the terrified man who lost no time inescapingIt be remembered that the transport Rapldan was forced by fire to return to Birkenhead after starting of with troops and horses for South Af rica That the whole vessel her cargo and the lives of all her crew and passengers were not loatlsdue to the presence of mind and tangnlfi cent course 6f one man The fire first broke out among some stores near the engine room and be tore anything could be done a couple of great drums of paraffin bad burst enveloping the whole engine room In a roaring sheet of flame Hose could not be brought to bear and the ships doom appeared to be sealed Suddenly the beat of the pistons ceased and a welcome sound of escap- Ing steam was heard Rushing about In the furnace beneath the chief en glneer had first stopped the engines and then turned on all the steam cocks and drams So quick was he that heescaped without belogaevere ly burned The hatches were closed down and the fire was putout almost as rapidly as It had begun A story ol how a man saved his own life by lightninglike rapidity of thought comes from the gold relon of Alaska A postmen was traveling southward last summer with valuable letters lie met a traveller lost BodC starving fed him and took him oiSs with him That night he was awakened from eieepby a terrible blow upon the head Luckily his heavy fur cap saved his life lie sprang up anda saw the other standing over him r x with an axe Thewould be hesitated an instant la that aecon a brilliant idea came to the postman Poor fellow he said pityingly He must have gone from cold and hungerThe other dropped the axe He was glad to be so well out of It For postmantmadman well in front of him The latter acted the part to perfection and quite Imagined that his companion believed him really insane He was grievously surprised when on their arrival at the next tort his Intended victim handed him over to the officer Heynow a IIyear sen fencePormerChlef of Police McClaugh ry of Chicago had a well deserved reputation for extraordinary coolness and quickness in time of danger At one time when he was Chief Warden ofJoliet State Penitentiary he was sitting alone in his office when a slight sound behind him made him turn A dangerous convict was creeping upon him armed with an Iron bar Dont you novel hissed the criminal Im going to get out youlIMcClaughry I was you were going The man looked at him In stupid amazement Yes said the Warden didnt you know A pardon came for you today in consideration of your good conduct Yon can go nowI suppose if you want to Youd like to see the papers Theyre In iiere I bet lieve He opened a drawer as he spoke and in a halt of a second the cowed convict was looking down the barrel of a heavy revolver Congress to Remaly Republican The Ififtyelghth Congress will be Republican There will be a reduced in the popular branch but his is neither strange nor unforeseen Chairman Babcock places the Repub nun membership of the House at 204 and he lit conservative and moderate la his claims A majority of a8 Is not improbable la the Senate the Republican preponderance will scarcely be affected by the outcome of the electloni J From every point ol view the Re publican victory In the congressional contest Is instructive and notable What has become of the traditional ofi year reaction the proverbial swing the pendulum Material losses in midterm elections have been the rule than the exception Had the- epublican losses this year reached the average of the last fortyeight years the Democrats would have ob- taIned a very substantial majority of the membership of the new House In 1898 it will be remembered the Republicans in spite of exceedingly conditions retained control the House by a very small margin 13 The Democrats had not recovered from the crushing deist of the memorable campaign of 1896 Dry was still dominant and the hicago platform had not been repud- Iated or shelved The independent sound money Democrats were still bitterly hostile to the majority and the organizations in charge of the regular elements Yet in those the most strenuous ef forts ol the dominant patty barely enabled It to escape defeat This year the Democrats were harmonious and united They were without a paramount issue to be sure but they expected to profit by Republican division over the question tarifl revision and trust regulation The apathy of the voters was to the Democratic politicians a clear ladles tlonof dissatisfaction with the poll to cles ot the party in power Tarifl re form was the cry not only in Democratic ranks but among stanch Re pnbllcanSk Notwithstanding all these conditions and symptoms the Republic ans repeat the success oCthe last lour congressional elections and obtain a majority more than twice as large as that ol 1898 How is this seemingly extraordinary phenomenon to be ex wplainestThe answer Is that the northern w ofstates desire the maintenance of the statue quo President Roosevelts course commands the approval of the majority of the purple and they have voted to sustain him It is the rec ognltlon of the need of tariff revision and additional treat legislation that has given it victory Mr Babcocks recent admission should be pondered and taken to heart by the let well enough alone settee Said Mr Babcock on the eve of the election III attribute much ot the present lav orable outlook to the splendid attitude to President Roosevelt on the question f the trusts UC tariff and the coal II the party had Ignored the tariff question it would met with defeat It has taken the ground that the tariff should be modified and placed on a protective basis The result is a vindication of liberal nd progressive Republicanism Chicago Evening Post i TRAITORSd I iWife of Benedict Arnold Led to Undoing of Them Not a great deal Is said or heard the wife of Benedict Arnold 1thoug every citizen of this republic who reads the of the Revolutionary trenchereof Arnold Nevertheless General Washington for a long time held Arnold In high esteem as one oi his best officers and It Is known that his wife was one of the most fashionable and tony wo men of her time when she first be came acquainted with Arnold It Is thought that her previous ac qnalntance with Major Andre led to the Intimacy between Andre and Ar nold Aaron Burr declared It was the wifes Influence over her husband which Induced him to commit treason and vhen Benedict Arnold was Informed that his treason was dls covered he and his wife were sealed at the breakfast table with Alexander Hamilton General Lalayette and an aid of the latter General Arnold was In command at at West Point and only a few weeks before the crisis came he sent for Mrs Arnold to bring their child and join him doubtlecs preparing them to escape If the true men who captured Major Andre bad been corrupted by fattish gold the American army at West Point would have been delivered Into the hands of the British general but the incriminating papers were placed before General Washington and Major Andre died as- a spya story familiar to all readers ol history Mrs Arnold was Miss Margaret Shippen of a rich and influential family Her ancestors were people of wealth and Influence and hecgreat grandfather was the first Mayor ol Philadelphiaif the record Is correct Her lather took the English side of the controversy that when the army of Major General Howe occupied Phil adelphla Miss Shlppen was the toast at and reigning belle of the town A great ball was given In General Howes honor when he decided to return to England and turn over the command to another commander in chief a function without a parallel at that date AdsCreat ball It was with fire works mirrors dancing banqueting and revelry I Miss ShIppeD was among the fore most and Major Andre was one of of her admirers His letters home to England relate the details in fall aft erwards pnbllshed But shortly thereafter the tide in affairs turned and General Benedict Arnold become the commanding officer and the British retired in hot haste from the city defeated by Gen eral Washingtons soldiers The Con tlneatals then occupied Philadelphia General Arnold set himself up in fine style as the commanding officer and gave evidence of vanity and ex in tiavagance ont of keeping with general poverty of those who were aiding General Washington and making a desperate struggle for liberty He is reported as seeking the society of the royalists and In that way became acquainted with Miss Margaret Ship pen Arnold was a widower and twenty years older than the young lady After he was stationed in Phlladel the phia he seemed to be a changed man she His extravagance became very noticeable and his manner to his soldiers overbearing Congress took cognizance of his fallings and orderded him to be reprl mended by General Washington Perhaps his Intention to betray his country begun in Philadelphia while he was entertaining people friendly Kind George and he was further Inflamed by General Washingtons reprimand no doubt It is possible that his bride was at heart a royalist and led him along in his conspiracy she with Major Andre Who knows how the mnch be was Influenced by all these conditions in a time when he was did soured because of the congressional reprimand by It was a year later when Arnold IS commanding at West Point he received news of the capture Of Major Andre and his own exposures a traitor A messenger delivered- a letter to him in great haste Without eth agitation he asked his wife to go with him to their private apartments and within a few minutes he bade her goodbye and made his escape for he returned to the dining room and told his guests he had news of General Washingtons coming and he must the prepare to receive him Mounting the messengers horse he rode off quickly Mrs Arnold was sent home her fathers house with the child the and afterwards retired to England with Arnold The British government gave Arnold as compensation- for his losses but really for his treason nearly seven thousand dollars per annum But that sum seemed too smell for their desires and they were dissatisfied with their portion j Mrs Arnold was said to be very gay in English society and if it was she who led her husband into dis grace his exile and Me jor Andres sad fate were quite enough to beep her mind in a state of perpetual dis satisfaction bybla possible that both men would have acted differently but for the attractive woman who had so much to do with thjirsftairen the supreme crisis of was probably the influence which led to their mutual undoing Atlanta Journal What a Woman Is Woman Is the strongest moral on earth C lielajthe helm of all things hu mla She is at once the most contradIc- tory and the most relevant thing In natureiShe is sunshine on a holiday Balm of Gilead strength in weakness the pound of sweetness to every ounce of sourness in human life She doubles the joys and halves the grief of every true man She Is one ot the things needful a fall moon in harvest a perpetually recurring comfort and consolation a pleasing conscience money In you purse credit at the bank ease o mind a whip and spur to success a pleasant memory the shadow of a great rock in a weary land sweeterthanin a lordly dish and they canon oc- casIon be sourer than vinegar sharper than a twoedged sword and more bitter than gall or wormwood She is a rod anda stafl she is I friend than stlcketh closer than a brother she is as good news from far country and as cold water to thirsty soul Her counsel is as the counsel of princes her love 1s stronger than death her jealously is car cruel as the graveShe Is all things to all men she is Lots wife Dellnh to Sampson Mary the Sepulchre Helen ot Try Cleo patra Queen Elizabeth Mary Queen of Scots Lucretia Borgia Jennie Ceddes Mollie Pitcher Florence Nightingale Grace Darling Helen Gpnld She Is a pearl of great price a help ate for men the star of his hope and betimes the Nemesisof his dead ny She walks by faith and not by sight and her hand Is the right hand fellowship Her face is the outward and visible sign of an Inward and spiritual grace she is as fair as the moon clear as the sun terrible as an army with ban nersA light which never shone on tea nor land twinkles from her eyes and like dew on the go wan lying is fao her fairy feet For her are ware peace fire and swordFor her men spend their strength gathering gains and for her men spend their gains In gathering strengthThrones dominltlous principali ties end powers have bowed to her sway she has crushed empires be neath her feet and the proudest of the sons of men have on bended knees begged their lives at her head She sooths the wrinkled brow of age with her soft caresses she wipes dew from the brow of the dying performed a thousand acts of grace and gladness to friends and strangers alike she causes the widows heart to sing for joy she kisses away the tears of the orphan Her heart throbs and she wipes tears of sorrow over the bed ot suffer- Ing her notes of angel sweetness as cend to heaven as she carols the fist ings of each they find echo In the utmost depths perdition as she calls hereon to go forth beneath the banner of warNature ever fights upon her side Is a born winner IIshe took of fruit therof and did eat and gave unto her husband with her and he eat She brought sin into the world and her also came the Root and Offspring of David the Bright and Morning Star Shiloh the Redeemer MankindIt to lift up the fallen her way Is the way In which light dwell she unlooseth her sweet Influences and the bonds oi pessimism are unbound Public policy private happiness domestic peace everything from a good conscience to a good complexion attends upon the will of women in kitchen She quenches the purple light of love by one ladlelnl of Indewarm soap milk of human kindness she can turn into curds end whey by a dish of bony potatoes and everdone roast beefIer reign Is forever and ever her beauty knows no horrlzon her love knows no limit her hate needs no added bitterness surf he must be a great man Indeed who can defy her powers G G In Exchange A SEMSATONALffEGi tl gB I A Venerable Wsceaala LtdyR to Health by Pentaa Itored TWeaty Sultanas five Years Special news from EnaITUI WlIJ EVANSVILLE WIBAwomaa cured of catarrh of twentyfir yeaia1 standing WILl tho occasion ot Pcrnns bet lag Introduced to the inhabltaaU of Eransrlllo WU Prom that time to thig thorn has been a great demand tat Pe helsdredst of It is in this manner that Jflraa a spreads from town to town and tram state to state No sort of adrerttsteg could have given Poran the rejmUHen It has The senor of iU nceaM to tfut It makes euros It cures old ale of catarrh whom other remedies bare failed This ought to make any rwB dy popular WJIwrlteaDear Doctor Ilaljmaaa I wish to write to certify wfat Pernna kM flees Ifor mo Iread of Pemaa te tile ftfert aidstlo of reruns that ever came to Xnaa Startling Statements froa VHIiABD KT Tha sew of Urecovery of Mrs Elizabeth Prater is a very striking Instance of thewoadstint curative powers of Poruna This Mtl enable lady had been aa invalid from catarrh of the stomach aid bowels for twenty years No wonder her Imamy friends are eothmUsUa over her IeeeY cry She wrlkuIt fa tbroagfe M mercies of Ood aad your medfefMMatI- am permitted to writs you Ut late Ikayo been a eonsUat aagerer rdm bowel and stoms a tro Ua foe haksM twentyflra yew ad coats Mrtr fad tell fmttU I DrgsatiaiaaeefPaar Ithink it Is a Godsend to poor sofferiBy humanity Mrs Elizabeth Prater Programme- Of teachers meeting to be held at Rockport Friday November 14 1902 Devotional Eserclses Rev Jno Casebier MadIdoxThe Teacher as an Example paper ten minutesMiss Sarah Pirtle Discussion E R Maddox How to rtach the Dirty Street Loa- ferV I M Mos1eyeNeeds of our Shultz RecitationMIss Lorena Night ISomeucation J W Petty Literature its effects on the Mind S W Crow Composition how It should be taught Miss Lue HarrelpThe value of Annie Hogg RecessNarcoticsDr A D Park The Value of the Reading Circle WorkC E Smith Duty of Trustees to the School R RobertsonRecitationMiss Bessie Rowe Fixing time and place of next meet ing Adjournment M D MADDOX V Pres Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelyharmless e bowels cures con ttipationhillonsneaa sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for child ren as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RosIneKy Rosewell Beardsley who had been postmaster at North Lansing New York is dead He was appointed post master by President John Quincy Adams in 1828 He was nlnetytthree years old I Trust Tbose Who Have Tried- I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even thatOscar Ostrom 45 Warren Ave Chicago III suffered from catarrh It got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not Irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 eta or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York All must acknowledge that the re moval ut the protective tariff would result In the Importation of millions of dollars worth ot foreign made goods for which millions of American rillei from my taiag it ell three of tM drnggUts BOW keep it It Gored ojf wlhel M rrlt wkh whkh she J1hea IlefllH41H1IHW them tweatytlve nMaJ 1 Mtota tfouttdwkliHJ0cmmyMUj Wit aresewbefitaH I My yewt ehI Wit grippe feer yew age astir JtilIHfJ1l1taiget wli1K uhr rayeed tltMJM caseI- to work Beteek teiepq sad- pttetemsedeetfe 1M aid tbesgk w triect evytitleg We moMMalrotkweltaapaapeie natM wecareMmPemas The kggygge I stepped nest JM ao M flfot vji MM M orgy ted bud M work 1W WHY 1bW fa aetWllcll PtaIce a veeet sake IrEgslea castle UWeketpFaruw rdways tn MM Mum M H sailed M twtti M MfaMfc s IMC- t Kentucky IlUmqls n4 Remrkbfe Recoveries ELGIlP1It IaavsrylewtseathemnnleMtw from Ben tllMKi ArtJirn M Ktd4la wellknows wefeHett et Ut Hy I voAti ooniyl U M v ry IftansatttlaK MM head ftroa wWeIIIte had mOtto tfireB IdWaOMltlUy H- etheSewlet pliteg osm t8alefMeaavet- UIam toawef MIiknl c4ianh tthe 101 firkdkt Hr Ufo Iawd t lesHHaaHtliaatly- I Iiltded t 117 t L kav- ftdtlt ear tialn litlieLat11f 4- poeMUNBYerfdO 7R bpplrrweM nlflFeel tip topA4B Bled fRepe tariff onin order that our people may use the goods made by olir American workmen and in order afso that the moneybe kept in this country In stead of heists sent abroad to pay for sign labor Terre Haute Tribune Lota of people who rafter from con stipatton or blllonnesA know they relnietlrtadlneheetiIDgseusatiollsol the ordinary rem edles Now we areprepared to sup ply a treatment that ia void ofitbeae unpleasant effects a modern rmlld pleasant thorough remedy Re a Pills and Tonic Pellets nfedlcinea complete care 25 centsaI Sample Williams free Lot the Mkinr JH a Protection is a birthmark oi the Re ublican party Those who qnestion itor qualify it are not Republicans Bbwllng Green Ohio Tribune I People who use liver pills ought to try the well known Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets No handful dosingnod4bllltating piliBoxp p The hall boy who calls tt e hotel guests usually gets a rousing recep tion DO YOU GET UP WITH ALA IEBACK2 Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable = AlmOst everybody who reads thq newspapers Ia sure to novof the wonderful I cures made b + Dr Kilmers SwampRool- Iho great kidney llvei cal triumph of theutlatl teenth century stir covered yearn ol nent kidney and der specialist and It prOmpliycurlnelame 1 bles and Brlghts Dlse se which Is the worst form of k1clnertreub Sommendedney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need It tear beta tested manyways ln hospltalavork In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur+ chase relief tear proved so successful every ease that m special arrangement teas CihOsample bottle sent tree by mall also a hook lelllng more about Swamp Rooand hv to C flndout If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this apex and to1Dr remedyIt after byDrblad regular fifty cent and Hoawatswajapiuot dollar sUes are sold by all good druggists standing Wehara eaOlera every Uttt kudoneto proof enough rrddeieaItke4elklltrtwo II1HtMme ia8epteser aid JaaTa battl- aaeWgaJII1MKJa tfa t coemtrjr Mir iidlaadaiwgll aid lwatyfoiy I hope to Uretwonfy Je B4 ft Parana befit me la Ute future M H bag la the past I dont know why 1 cant The druggists wy Peruna is OHO of the best selling medicine they have ftockCRIIARDENPeranaesn to cure slight cedaBd coughs mad oUter en Urrhal ailments with a promptaeM that fa unequaled by nary other remedy If a Mid few settled in ot the tody 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COnrOn1TRD JOHN IIESRY TIICIIHJdllor xc ON- cQCumb1anl04touch rlzFRIDAY NOVEMBER t4- nntea of Adser11aloR- Trandent Ill1vertlaemellu 40c per inch lint 10rUolIOC per inch each addlUooallWlerUoli apeclnl rates on yearly eantracte Local nottm 10e per fine Ilnt Inertlon c IWlr line each addlUolialloaerUoli Card of thanks reeoloaone ood obitaarfe1 vent aline Cash In adrance TOE RF1UBLICAN will move int- its new offices on court house sgkiar today Ort r the trusts oppose the renom ination and reelection of President RooSevelt TOE approaching session of Congress will provide for the admission of Oklahoma Arizona and New Mexico to Statehood ToE annual meeting of the Secon Congressional Teachers Aeaociatio will meet at Owonsboro November 2829 1902 IT seems pretty certain now that Uncle Joe Cannon of the 18th Illi- nols district will be the Speaker o the next HouseC- OLORADO that gave Bryan 150 000 majority in 1898 elected a Re publican Governor last week Bow things do change AT the recent election Lealie coun ty polled only 368 votes Last year it polled 1400 votes and gave a ma jority of 1000 for the Republican ticket Tim editor of this paper extends the profound gratitude of himself and wife to the correspondents who this week extend us sympathy in the loss of our darling baby AT the recent election the voters Hancock county voted on a stoc law The measure carried hi every precinct in the county Ohio county should do likewise THE Hartford Herald congratulates its party upon the election of a Re publican Congreas at the late election This reminds its readers of what the fox said about the grapes WE cordially invite our patrons and the public generally to visit UB in our new offices next week Our new gasoline engine is a beauty Como in on press days and see it work FROU the Hartford Heralds ear cnstic reference to the Republicans having no campaign funds at the recent election ita readers would conclude that paper considers such D con dition highly discreditable TUE Colorado Legislature will I probably be Democratic hy two on joint ballot This will insure the return of renegade Henry M Teller to the United States Senate but aDem- ocrntlc Senator wn be harmless fo some years to come on account of bIB scarcity emsDu W GODFREY HUNTER Minie ter to Gautemala hue resigned an Mr Leslie Combs Pension Agent a- Loufevlle has been appointed to fit the vacancy Col Dan Collier will perhaps be appointed Pension Agent to till the vacancy caused by the fee ignntion of Mr Combs IF Presidential electors had been voted for this year the Republican candidate would have received 318 electoral votes and the Democratic candidate 188a majority of 160 or 23 moro than McKinleys majority over Bryan and yet the Democrats claim they are gaining ground Tan close vote in New York at the election last week reflects imperishable credit upon President Roosevelt Even so stalwart a Democratic paper as the New York World frankly ad mite that the result in that state was largely due to the action of the Wall street money kings who opposed President Roosevelts active fight on the trustslSrEAKrn Henderson of Iowa demonstrated his unfltnees to lead the Republican forces in Congress when he declined the nomination of hie a party for reelection Speaker Hen dersons district gave at the recent election a Republican majority of about 4000and ho doubtless wishes now he had not hisb dollrags and left the play groundb fun announcement is made from Washington that Congress will pass a bill this winter cutting down the representation of the South in the elec tonal college and in Congress to cor respond with that of the rest of the country This is an evil that basC Teen tolerated already too long and the enactment of that law will be hail ed with satisfaction by the people of the East North and West A NEW YOIIK Syndicate has bought the Louisville Commercial and viIII take charge of it December let Mr Young E Allison will be editor of Pa r q the Cotnmerolalugtler the now management There will ho ample capital behind the paper to make a first claee metropolitan newspaper Mr Allison is a literary man of wid reputation suit the success of the enterprise is assured in advance WE are nol very familiar with tho postal rules but It occurs to us that the Postoffico Department might make some change in the postoffice at Cincinnati Ohio that would be more satisfactory to the public Hev eral citizens of this town have had letters returned from that office for better direction when the ad theior theIUNDER the caption of CIA Calaroit Howler the Hartford Herald takes us to task for not being more specific in our expressions of Mr Birkheall incompetency for the office of Circuit Judge for which the Democrats hay e nominated him We will try to specify a little We acknowledge that we are not a fair judge of Mr isnof the die trict only are capable to decide this matter and it is from these we g our information Republican law years might indeed be expected tor deprecate Mr Birkheads legal obit- ty but it is from Democratic lawyc we get our knowledge of his inabdit to discharge the duties of that office reprer of the Owensboro bar is reportedr upon what we regard as credible au thority to have said some time aJto that he would give up the practice of low in the circuit court if Mr Birk head was elected A Democratic lawyer of the same city whose D mocracy has never been questioned said to the writer that the Owensboro bar viewed Mr Birkhealls poeelbl nomination and election as an impending public calamity on account of his utter lack of legal ability officek reputation said to us that Mr Birk headwas not a superior lawyer to the publisher of the Hartford Herald We might quote numerous other comments upon Mr Birkheade incapacity but we will callattention to the fact that the bar of the district was against Mr llirkheads nomination The Hartford bar with the single ex ception of the publisher of the ford Herald whom Mr Birkhead had doubtless promised the Masts Commissioners office WIII pnani- mously against his nomination I the Herald cares for a moro specitic statement we will give it later OFFICIAL COUNT Of the Vote In Ohio County Gives Guffy a Majority of SeventyNine Settle Jul r East Hartford rat 130 West Hartford tea x J03rMasao 47 74 Cromwell rc6 156 Cool Springs 59 59 70IJ04IRosine 83 17 Last Beaver Dam JJJ 8 Neat Beaver Dam 120 12- Centertown 3 109 109 Smallhous 64 27 East Fordsvllle 72 107 West Fordsvllle 95 9 t Aetnavllle J62 59 Shreve 68 54 Olaton 55 65- Buord tax 42- Bortletts 89 7o Heflin 49 3 Ceralvo 35 38 291NarrowsRalph J03 7 Total 1433 251- 2Guffys majority 7- DARRETTS 1 FERRY Mr Cicero Mlles wife and two children and Mrs Emma Miles and daughter were the guests ot Mr and Mrs James Gentry Sunday Miss Mabel Chambllss and little brother of Falls of Rough were the guests of Miss Sudle Felix Saturday SundayMr Payne wife and children visited the family of Mr A W Carson near Pordavllle Sunday Mrs Calvin DavIdson who has quite sick for some time Is no Ming Ida Shroader visited relatives here Sunday Misses Mend and Verna DeWeese ot Fordsvllle were the guests 0- 1hlends here Sunday Your ecrlbe extends sympathy to the bereaved editor and wile In the of their little daughter Martlllsburg bydlerrh0eadid me no godd I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedyf I did and it cured and wetlGA Morris Larbrtevllle Sold by all druggists WANTS illS 28000 J W BQatner Files Suit eAgainst American Ex press Company Suit Grows Out of Arrest of J W Doatner and A B Schleitz baum Three Months Ago A Hartford special to the Owens bo bo Messenger under dot of Novem bar 7 says The famous Boatner and Schlep beam case with which the public tamlllar was reopened here today by the filing of a suit In the Ohio byIExpress Company C J Abbott ofto Paducah route agent of the apre company and A D farmer agentof the express company at FordsvlUe The amount sued for Is 28000 In his petition Doatner alleges that the American Express Company an- its d agents Schleltzbaum and Abbott conspired to defraud hIm out of thisR amount of money He sets out lu h- el petition that on Thursday August i he delivered to the agent ot the Ex press Company et Owensboro the toIreturnedre to agerd lag and promised to deliver It to him at FordsvlUehe having been compel ed to pay the express agent the sum of rtaa for the service Boatner charges that the Express Company end Abbott Its agent con spIred to procure his arrest and 1m- prlsonmeut 111 default of excess vc ball In support of the allegations he Burchothe agent of the Americas Express Company at Owensboro The receipt states that a package containing the sum of 28ooo had been delivered the agent pt the company for con slgument to Fordsvllle and that the- o charges on so the cost of the shipment had been paid The suit was through Heavrln Woodward and Glenn Ringo as attorneys Boatner rACYACR SUlPpnD This suit le the result of an attempt on the part ot Boatner to ship a package sold to contain 28000 from Ow sashays to Fordsvllle At the ti the consignment was made notice of It was made In the papers end the ageton o A gust 14 On the following morning he shipped It on the Illinois Central theyfnothing more was thought of It as It was believed that Boatner would be there to receive It Saturday morning however new S was received that the express agent nt Jardevllle had been robbed of the package supposed to contain the 28 000 The agents story was that while on his way to answer a ten e phone message he was set upon by two men attired la mall clothing on of whom he thought was a wome- OS aisand robbed of his valuable He declared that they forced him walk down the railroad track sever al mites and that they then gave him some knockout drops and took t money from him and left him het less ARRESTS WERE MADR The sews ot the robbery was repolt ed to the main offices of the eapre company and detectives were 3ed to the scene at once In a ew after the robbery was made known Boatntr and Schleltzbaum and an old man named Ault were are rested charged with conspiracy to rob the express company An eaa Inlng trial was held and the latter dismissed but Boatner and Schlep boom were sent to jell In default of bond la the sum of 30000 to await the action ot the grand jury 3The next term of the Ohio convenes on November J7 an the suit will likely be called far trial then In the meantime Doatner aud- I Schlellzbaum are tn jail here Since the men have been In con finement Sheriff Keown of this coon ty has been In receipt of a number o letters from the peace officers of Atch- Ison Kansas which state that Schleltzbaums home was formerly at Eden a little town sear there and that during tits residence there b lead an exemplary life His lather so the letters say Is a very wealth citizen of that place and Is highly respected FOR DSVILLE We tender our sympathy to the edl tor and his wife In their recent be reavement Judge C W Massie of Owensboro IiMissIs visiting her relatives hereMcCar S- tys and Flemister Messrs F L Felix J E Fogle and Robt Walker of Hartford were In town Tuesday Miss Burnle Welburn spent Sunday at Reynolds being an nttendent In the WrlghtReynotJs wedding Sun day evening Messrs A L Smith and Paul p Dempster of Gleudeane were here Saturday night and Sunday Edyth little daughter of Mr and Olla Wilson has been very ill or several day but Is now getting along very nicely Mr and Mrs W II Sargent spent of Saturday night and Sunday with 1Ir and Mrs Byron Bean at Dundee Mr Halter Fant went to Glendeane last Saturday night Mr and Mrs Lon Johnson and i a1 girl Elizabeth are here from Mario- to visit Mr Johnsons mother Mrs Bettle Johnson Messrs U S Carson end Owen Carpenter of Hartford were In tow SundayMiss Flora Lloyd and her mother Mrs Durdett of Owensboro were here Tuesday Mr Fred Brute sari slater Bertha of Hardinsburg were guests et the home of MrJ T Smith from Friday until Monday IsMr and Mrs Mack Smith spent Sunday at Mr J M Grahams la the countryMiss Hettle Reynolds of Qulse- berrys millinery department we her home at Reynolds Saturday toets esbean attendant at the wedding of her eventsmg Miss Reynolds returned to her posl tlon Monday Dr E W Ford and Mr Wilbur Tinsley of Hartford were In tow Monday M J L Gauannu of the xeass R spent Saturday and Sunday with ishis wife at Whitesville 4Miss Jessie Reynolds and broths Wayne spent Saturday at Mr J M Grahams Mr Ed Wallace was burned rather badly about the face and hands orte ratday last week while building a fl with coal oil Mrs H D Smith Is sick being confined to her bed west of the rim Mr W W Camp felt far Litt Rock Saturday night and Mr Malco m Wise Is filling his place on the Texas Mr George Burr of Iiawesalll traveling for the American Grocery Co Owensbolo was tn town TuesdayA ot about ten couples of o young people attended the Wright Reynolds Wedding at Reynolds Sunday night toMr and Mrs T S Ford spent Sunday with Mr end Mrs Penn Mar lows of sear town Mr J W Bristow and family a Mrs Baize visited relatives near Hawesville from Friday until Moor dayMr and Mrs C S McElroy are visiting for several days tear tna villa and HaynesvUle to strand the ptotfacted meeting being held at Zion by Revs Clear and Jernagln DfetrimTeachers Association convenes he Friday A splendid program h- rat been arranged and a pleasant as we assuredaA society connected with the schoolwork hereand to be known fie tie PhllamatheonSocietywas organlz leaf Friday evening at the cone hall with Prol Fowler sa Preslden Mr Morton Holbrook Vice President and Miss Jessie Henderson Secretary Programs both literary and musical will be rendered each Friday evening The public Is very cordially Invited as e11 sessions will be open State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County sa Frank J Cheney makes oath tine he Is the senior partner of the firm of J Cheney Co doing business the City of Toledo Counly and firtom Dollars for each and every case of forth that cannot be cured by hail a Catarrh Cure Fronk J Cheney snbscrihpd e cember A D x886 A W Gleason BUAL- gg Notary Pnbtl lotehon systemSendF J Cheney Co Toledo OjSsld hp Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best arThe New Cash Grocer has everything that is good and nice to eatL LeadingJewelers embracingdyou went a handsome article suitable for s Christmas present et most reas onable prices write for for a cataIlogue J32 W Market Street vllle Ky 15ti- f Notice of Dissolution To WJJOU JT MAY CONCR1m The firm ot Z Wayne Griffin it Bro Yeller has been dissolved The Interest Z Wayne Griffin AeYeiser This October 29 J912 DROyCut this out and take It to aU druggists drug store and get a free sample of Clhamberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach Improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 2Sc per box Keep It In Your Rome nd when the bowels fait to let pro take a dose of LYONS hnx4rty- YA4PIt acts gently but elfectnlly on the kidneys liver and bowels will kee your system to good working order an make year complexion clear For sale by J ThosAtlen StoreIA Mammoth Messrs Fltzbugh Renfrow Roy Armendt end A R Renfrow are pre aring to build an addition to the already large store building of RenfrowE Armendt at Narrows make It the largest general afore building In Ohio county The new firm will be styled Rsnlrow Atmendt Co and will carry a zSooo stock general Inercbaodlse M4ti i BAD N1GGEfi11 With the Big Gun up Before- y County Judge Miller- n John Carter the negro who inblbed too freely of Democratic primary elee lion whisky and terrorized the quie- n citizens ot Jlnktlwn election dRY was brought out before Judge Miller Moo day when he pleaded guilty to the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon and was given a flue of 25 and ten days In Jail When the charge ot shooting with Intent to kill confronted Carterhe waived an examining trial and wen back to jell to swell the action of the grand juryDundeeontheRough ratWith little sounding ot the trump end less proclamations the tittle village ot Dundee on Rough river In the northern end of the county has grown In the peel two yearn late a good sized town and now ranks about filth In size and population In rnthe county The citizens of Dundee are al working bees J It tied any drones the workers have stung them out of existence or at least out of town AU Dundee needs now to make It firstclass town Is for Its businessmen to advertise their business lu TRR REPUDLICAN give us theIr job work and have our pretty lady car rerespondent at that place write us a weekly news letter central Business College Notes conductedi0 ex New matriculates Monday were Messrs Albin Paula and Mac Rag lead In prepartarycoarsr Miss Willie Smith In Shorthand Miss laabetle Cox combined course and Miss Llrzl Miller in commercial coarse rrMiss Stella Warner Is lu school again alter n few weeks absence Night dUlles began this week I CASTORIA ndFor Infante and Children You Have Always Bought nSartre theeBlgnaturoor For Sale A Scholarship la the Bryant Strate ton Business College Loulnllle We can save you money Call on o- ct y address Tun RRrDS11atN reHartford Ky llPublic Salel- heundol8ignedns executor of the estate of 1 L Griffin- e deceased and to close up tho Griftilgou No vembcr 15 100 ut Hartford Ky offer for solo at e auction to the highest best bidder aU of the personal property of said decedent consisting of cows impleatments sue 1 as plows rnotvin machine rake harrows cult voter clodmasher n lot o- Aa f hay and corn and growjn crop At the sarno time wit Eell a complete stock of aid druggists sundries owned by Z Wayne Grimm Bro Also two and ahalf shares o Countydgin at 0 oclock a m All sums under 5 cash in hand- Over 5 three months time securityY Execu- torCumberland TELEPHONE AN- Dlclegralh Col- ocorpornltd1 Theres nothing the m lUtt with my I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence al1d place of business My business ha Increased and my utlea voice Is neveI er heard to grumble about the Telc auJJitIL PNOW INManr DRINK OLD JOE t i The Best Whisky on Earth For sale by Henry Nail Hartford Lori ChInn Hartford JA JasEspeyIBranch DISTILLERSd ROBYHOTELT 100 Hotel in the City tn Your Patronnge Solicited Ill trredrlet St Owensboro ry U Sadly Shattered Nerves HearttIToo Nervous to Sleep or Rost- DrMilesHeart Cure and Ntjrvino Cured Mo A ahattered nefTOua 171tem nearly always affection of heart elpecI fromtor Cure Is not only a It Is a blood tonic which speedcorrects and regulates the hearts action blood the circulation It wilt build ou up as It did Mr Crawford letter follows and greatly ImproYl whose heallhl I have bees w benefited bIDrMiles Nenlne andUeart Curs that recommend them n the best remedies for the dluua they are recommended to cure when I began taking these medicines I weighed Icarcely 140 pounds genes were abatlered end toy heart troubledI we agreal deaL I had pan In my arm and shoulder had difficult In sleeping oa left side bad frequent smothering palpitatelaullerlnr distress and was so and nenoUl that 1 little night orday Now I IJII never bothered with head my nerves are steady u a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 16J pounds am happy moatastifle I wu lILT R cuwroao Center Tens All druggists tell and guarantee fiat bet tie Dr Miles free book on Nervous and heart lluaus Addre w Dr Miles Medical eo Elkhart IIIdo Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No J986 dl netted to me which leaned from tbe Clerks office ot the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Harrison Austin against J J Bozarth Igor one of m Deputies will on Monday the day of November J902 between the hours of z odock p m and 4 oclock p m at the Court Ions door In Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the hl2hest bidder the fallowing property far much thereof as may be necessary to satiety Plaintiffs debt Interest and costs towit The following two tract of land In Ohio county Ky which Ire bounded and described as fotlows First tract beginning at a take the Rube Fey ton corner then N 8 It 5515 poles to a stone thence 983 n 34 45 poles to a stake thence N x6 E 545 poles to a stone Tom Griffin thence with his and Barretts line N 63J n- 8J 45 poles to a stone corner to Jack son lot thence S 8 W 26 poles to s stone thence N 74 W 27 poles to stone Taylor lifters corner then N86 W 13 poles to a stone thence S 2 n to poles to a atone thence N 89 S W passing tovatls lines and corners 78 45 poles to the beginning containing 30 acres more or less subject to au attorneys lien against said land la favor of J P Sanderfur amounting to S50 Second tract bounded as follow Bounded on the East by a public ros and the above described tract on the 1North by W D Tlchenota land on by htq land and on the South by his land and contalnlDg two acres more or less subject to I purchase money lien in favor of J p Sanderrur for 40 with Interest at 6 leydarthTDRMSSale wilt be made on a credit of three months bond with ape insper per annum from day ot sale and having bandg of October 1902 CPKEOWNSO C By C KROWN D S 1Louisville Market CATTrn Choice to prime shipping steers f5 5O S aS SofMedium to good butchers 3 754 4 25 Common to medIum 3 coo J 25 Canners J i54 2 00 Good to cholcefeedere 4 coo 4 25 Common to medium 3 5 4 400 Good to estra stock steers 3 25e 3 8a Common to medium z aye 3 00 Good to med stock heitereaso0 3 o Plain light mixed stockers a 250 2 8S Good to choice butts 3 cos 3 25 Medium to good balls 2 25e 3 0o Choice veal calves 6 254 7 00 Com to medium calves 3 oo0a 4 25 Choice to fancy much cows 45 coo 5o oo Medium to good 30 coo 35 00 Plain common 20 004 2500 nOGs Choice packing butchers 200 to 3no lba 6 45 IMed packers t6o to 200 6 qo Cbolce light tao to J60 63a Choice pigs 9n to iso 600 Goof pigs Soto 90 5 75 Roughs IS to Sco 5 506 00 SIlJUtP AND rANDS Good to extra shipping 2 6o4 2 So Pair to good 2 Soo a 6o Common to medium z 75e 2 25I Bucks z 5oe 2 25 TUB GRAIN MARKET WhestNo 2 7oc NO3 68cj reoI jeered 28c less an levee tJfC less CornWhite 64Cj mixed 63c yellow 9C- OatsWhite 3SCj mixed 29 c The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TIIU PROVISIONS MARKET MessPorkJ700 lIamsCholce sugarcured light and special cure r2jOr4Kc heavy to medium 1353KC- BaconClear rib sldeauJc regn- larclear aides 124c pecked breakfast I bacon 143C sugar ured shout 1 days 10JCj bacon extra rr c LardPrime steam In tierces IOJCjot choice leaf la tierces rtyc In tubs uCj pure leaf tool to tierces J2JCj firkins t2yf c Bulk MeatsRibaiijc riser aides 11 J extra short 10MeIi N iLJ1Lr N 7- or Ii a- Ii Join Our aa E Dont Worry Clube aunlimited and frecaIiFeesnone aClub Housoour storetICIiObjecttho careful procuring of GOOD aCLOTHING IiBenefitsthe the saving of money to ALL a- Ii membersa I a i groundsi a worryu aabout unfair free from all concern tIC 3about ClothesaIiAmong the attractions are our now allwool a surfS at 7 and 0 Every Suit aa 0 fpoem with a certainty of proper ill nod tin common saving in every pricy t t Black Suits ready in largo variety at J00 = 1i 1260 1360 and 1500- n Our Club House is open from G a m to 9 3 p m Wont you join us generalt = Ii linen Furniture and Groceries Como iIantijoin us The kindest treatment shown all membersIIa II t CORSON CO = thece = People a IiP SWo can supply your needs in any line ffrom a paper of pins to a household outfit include ing n full Suito of Furniture y iCaaICCCilf 1 COME TO OUR STORE t i The Greatest Showing of Nobby Suits andjSwell Overcoats 14 this is the cheapest lot of GOOD goods over a 13brought to this city Como and see how cheap we J 1 IJ are selling good CLOTHES Suits and Overcoatsat J13- a L 41 750 10001200 and 1500 that will 1 1 stand the test or hard wear will give the customer t1 =q the tisfnction of knowing the style and fit is right t17 IS and we positively guarantee the price to bo lowerI I It 44 than same qualities are sold anywhere t41 ti 41 All kinds of new Shoes now Hats Swell Neck t j4 wear Nobby Shirts and good Underwear 13 14 14 vBring14 YOUYO thought youd like to see clothes tll it wouldahold Dont make any difference how squirmy and fst 1 9wriggy ho may be wo have Clothes made to 14 the strain All sorts of dressy manly styles for theE little follows I4 1 1 Overcoats for Boys r payii1 E 1a lasting OVERCOAT can do very won to look p 41 over our linesr l I 1Yours for Trade 7I 41i SAM BACH MRTFORD t ti f I i d t I Special Sale II showing the- cheapesthno Blankets Com brought are are by any other house Good Heavy 101 cotton Blankets 50c pair Extra size bettor quality 104 Blankets 75c to 125pair Allwool red 104 Blankets pair OurIsize Bed 75c Extra grade padded with white cottonl Best quality Comfort lined j padded white cotton150 Our of tho above goods cannot bo equaled in quality or price Got our prices and you are sure to buy Hosiery Departmenta Wo certainly have some E choice oUbriugs for you 5in this department Our 1 t lloso wore bought in case j lots at about 15 per cent cheaper than most houses i sell them For lOc wo can give you a heavy ribbed Hose all sizes 5 to Dia regular 15c qual ity For 16c wo can give E vou an extra heavy ribb t o chcnpcrthnn quoted Comforts r i ed equal to 25e except our Black Cat brand 5 to 91 Complete of Misses fleeced Hose all sizesregular 25c grade 20c Ladies alk black or mixed Cashmere lIosen big bar gain at our special prico 25c Now Black Seamless Cotton Hose lOca regular 15c quality Now Black Cashmere Hose seamless at 26c nytbinglour are BuyyourWin f ter SuppliesI from Barr j- I gain Givers JfcS I 1 ttlllHttllttllllUllIlIlIlIlHtillllllUUUllIH t kGUNS GUNS i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF tShot Guns AMMUNITION Rifles Target Guns And rMimtfinr uk you to cull and as th twos t and best UM ot shot Giu erer la Hartord PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford J Hartford RepublicanI I FRIDAY NOVEMBER I 14I Pair pay aoc a dozen for tEl j Tweddell aakea good meal Try himtfA rtIU ol all kinds at City Rastau i Schroders Floating Studio is at f i Hartford 1CltyReataurant for everything gooi o eat Celebrated Arizona Stoves lor aal by WS TInsley NtcestCakes and Cracker in town at CltyUstaurant 1Ualon suits forMfsses and Ladles 2SC to soc at Fka For aanptcMlate meal or lunch L go to Cfy Restaurant Regular ft as B S Comforts big I size fi each at FrcpBig line Woterprof Work Coats a Fairs Prices it45o Canon lk Co have a bar I of open kettle New Molas ti See Paine Trunkand Telescopes All prices from in5 to J Nicest Fruits Nts and Candles 1 Hartford at Cltv estaurlnt Call on W S TInsley for fresh Groceries Hardware and Roof iris I Frith Oysters constantly on hand at CRy Restaurant and served la any atI set line of Shoes In Hartford to atFairs and their prices are the J Ii Jo t i PI Piques all the rage for i waMs Fairs have them at 150 per tiIC Cheese Sausage Dried Beel 1dtrackers In Hartford at Clt Reet rant- i M i i When n Hartford get your meals t f at City Restaurant First clau in L fevery pert boyIs specialty at Economy Dry Goods store MRS SIJC SMITH I I r r NV o aro of and forts over Ohio county nt that much 250 atino with lino Hose any sizes lino wool blue the Orleans family IJaUer T H Blacks baby who haaI 111or sometime is slowly improving Mr R T Collins wife and child have been 111 of fevers for some time but are now Improving We pay soc per dozen forages and aoc per pound for buttery CXsoN Co See our TAnks and Valises A big line jus receivedIEco ouv Day GOODS STOBII Just received a lew days ago some Overcoats that are beauties Come CoeFairs Cape and Jacket stock is the co pletest In town Their prices are rijnt See them for a stylish gar ent Ifyon have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to McIlvaIn the Jeweler Hartford House FOR SALEA scholarship In Cen tral Business College Hartford Ky addresstthis office Esquire Geo W Martin held his regular term ol court November 8 and 9 at which he disposed oi seventy nine cases atn2 per pair at Pairs are last D at once as the cold weather Is e e to come Mr C X Bean has rrslgnad as postmaster at Sunuydale and Mr W H Davie has been appointed to fill the vacancy Ilr Chester Keown sop of Sheriff Keown who has been confined to his bed for some time with typhoid fever Is Improving R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf rWhen there Is anything new oov in linen collars you can come heifc ex pecting to find it and not b dlsap pointed CARSON CO Keep warnthis winter by buying one of our latest style overcoats Prices to sulf all UCON Y DRY GOODS STORU J us Get the Most Out of Your Food You dontand cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach dOes not di Best all that Is ordinarily taken into It It gets tired easily and what it falls to digest is Among tho signs of a weak stomac are uneasiness after eating Ota of ne vous headache and disagreeable belching I hue taken Iloodi Saraaparllla at different time for stomach troubles and a run down condition of the system and have been greatly benefited by Iti use I would not be without It In my family I am troubled especially In summer with weak atop aeb nausea and find Hood SanaparllU Invaluable EBHtcKiuif WCbeiter Pa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tono the stomach and the whole digestive system Dr Isaac Sanders of Fordsvllle I I dangerously sick of dropsy Just received a car load of saltI S T BARNSTT Co Mr G B Likens child has been seriously ill of flux for several days but is now very much Improved Mr P H Hsffey of Whltesvllle I who has been very sick for several days Is we are Informed much Im provedJLook the town over for ne deas In clothing then come here nd you will find the newest Cqox CO Call for tfnr Twin Owlshoe for boys Mo ey refunded II shoe proves unsatisfactory ECONOMY Day GOODS STOBB A line of holce Groceries a a ays found here Bring or telephom your orders Free to taa part of the city QLf Co I have a four borsepower engine also one corn husker and shredder for sale D LD SANDEHFUB 17jt Beaver D mKY We have heard of not be pleased with tftnrhave never met any of store CARS N Co Our second shipment of Clbaks Jack eta and Cape just received Velvet Capes fro 25o to fro Children and Mill specialty ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE H H V M M M We want all your produce stuin as Batter Eggs Feathers Potatoes and green Apples When you coniebrlag it along Highest market tnpaId CARsfty Co Our Millinery room II getting along towards the end M cland get some of the SPECIAL BARGAINS that are waiting for yry CRSON Co The celebrated Dougta Shoe also the Walkover Ve always found on our shelves Cme and get you a Shoe that to gar teed CMSOMCO A nice line of Shoes ff ladles All shapes and styles YOare ivn to get your moneys wottli In eveijr pair PoW Miner and Smith Sterling are the brands CAnsoV Co Lum Wellsof Deanfiefd was arrest ed Tuesday by Marshal John Guess on a charge of throwing a rock at an Illinois Central passenger train and brought here and lodged In Jail He was released on bond yesterday Maurice M Coyle of Bowling Greenhas opened up a tin shop in the basement of the First National Bank building Guttering repairing tin aad sheet Iron work neatly done Everything in the way of manufactur lug and repairing tin work done to the satisfaction of the customer Mrs Whems Acton of Sulphur Springs who baa been confined in the asylum at Hopklnsvllle for sometime died at that Institution Wed nes day night Her remains were brought home yesterday and will be Interred at the Mldkiff burying ground today Rev G J Bean will conduct the luneral exercises I have opened up Jewelry and Watchmaking headquarters In the City Restaurant Hartford and am prepared to do all kinds of work In ay line All work guaranteed ac- cordIng to contract I am located here permanently and will appreciate your patronage War STavnrs- Mr J M Reynolds and Miss Hl lie Wright were married at ZIon Church near Reynolds Sunday night The bridesmaids were Misses Hallle Reynold BernIe Welburn and Emma Jett The best men were Messrs Alfred Clark Owensboro Tilden Morrison and Burr Black Miss Jessie Reynolds played the wedding march Rev J N Jarnagin officiated Rough River Lodge No no K ol P shows that It practices charity and benevolence on every occasion that presents itself to its members Mr C P Nowlin one of its members whose family is sick and In need jl attention was agreeably surprised on Wednesday by the appearance of a trained nurse from Owenaboro to take care of his family during their sickness Toe Lodge secured the nurse at Its own expense chargedlthMagan about five years ago came to Hartford Monday and surrendered to Sheriff Keown and Rave bond for his appearance at the November term ol court Mr Mldklff took the very sen sible view of the case that his capture must sooner or later occur and sur rendered hlmsell to the sheriff Vol untary surrender always helps the cause ol the accused and MldkllTs example should be lollowed number of other in Ohio counII ty who are under indictment GEORGE DAY Grayson County Outlaw Over taken in Illinois George Day a notorious character formerly of Grayson county but re againstrpending In the Grayson Circuit and Federal Courts at Owenaboro was ar rested near Springfield Ill by Depu ty Marshals E Watts of that place and brought toaOwensboro where he was lodged in jail to await the justice the Federal Court at Its termIDay is a notorious character well known In the northern part ol Ohio county about Narrows and Barretts twosyears ago Various charges are lodged against him chief of which Is the persistent practice ol boot legging whisky in prohibition terrlI toryA little more than a year ago a Deputy United States Marshal overtook Day at Rough river locksln this county but Day knocked the officer down and escaped otter which he left the state and finally lodged up near Springfield Ill where he passed un der the assumed name ol Ed Smith Day was so accustomed to giving the peace officers a chase that he tried his old trick again when pursued by the officers near Springfield but they got so hot on his trail that he finally surrendered Nice basket of Grapes at the New Cash Gro cery for 25c Try them FIRST TIME A President of the United States Passes Through Ohio County J For about fifty minutes Thursday morning Ohio county enjoyed the distinction of having a President of the United States within her borders President Roosevelts special train over the Illinois Central road en tered the county between Leach and White Run at 1301 yesterday morn lug and passed onto the county at Rockport at 1254 President Roosevelt was on his way to Memphis where he ROCS to in dulge in a bear hunt Ten pounds good roast ed Coffee for 1 at the New Cash Grocery Mrs Sandefur Dead Mrs Rebecca J Sandefur wife of Mr F D Sandefnr died of old age at her residence at Roxey Tuesday morning November n 1902 Mrs Sandefnr was seventyone years old at the time ol her death and was an exemplary Christian lady who enjoyedI the respect of all who knew death was due chiefly to old age and she sank as quietly into the dream less sleep oi death as the autumn leaves drop to the dewy earth After a funeral by the Rev Jeff Embry her remains were laid lovingly and gently to rest In Mt Zion Cemetery from whence in the resurrection morn they will rise glorious and Immortal to meet Bethlehems God May Heaven comfort the sorrowing husband and children Twenty pounds ofwhite 1B Sugar for 1 at the New Cash Grocery AUNT MIMA Threatens Bur With Breach of Promise Damage Suit Aunt Mima Young whose marriage to Bur Park failed to materialize a couple of weeks agb says she is goI Ing to file a big damage suit against Bur for breach ol promise and also a damage suit against Burs solicitous friends who locked him up the night the wedding was to have taken placeAunt Mima says she was not es pecially anxious to marry Bur be cause of his personal attractions but as she must soon vacate the house In which the lives and Bur having a house of his own it was largely a matter of convenience The only difficulty standing in the way of Aunt Mlmas big suit if her Inability to secure an attorney the lawyers here very ungraciously de clln to file the suit a aRunaway Boy Joseph Eskridge of near Fordsvllle Is in town looking lot his son Her bert E who ran away from home Saturday night The boy Eskridge is sixteen years old and babe never been away from home alone fore Sunday morning he and a boy named John Henry Johnson who had been working for Mr Eskridge were missing Johnson Is about the same age as young Eskridge but has been rather a wild character according t Mr Bskrldgea story He tramped for some time but for the past few weeks has been working for Mr Esk ridge The boys were found by Mr Esk ridge near the tile factory and were taken to the noose of a relative where they spent the night The Eskridge boy accompanied his father home while the other was left to make his way in the world the beet he could Tbe Johnson boy is a tramp and will have no trouble in golfing about Owensboro Inquirer ABOUT PEOPLE Mr W S TInsley was In Fordsvllle MondayDr W Ford went to Fordsvllle Monday Esq Geo WiMattln was In town yesterdayMr P Taylor was In Owensbo roSundayMr Allen ol Arnold was In town Tuesday Mr Henry Carson went to Louis ville yesterday Mr Joe Perkins Owensboro was town Monday Esq T A Evans Fcrdsvllle was In town Tuesday Mr William Bryant Rosine was In town Monday Mr T J Turley Owensboro was In town Tuesday Mr F L Sanderfar Rnxey was town Tuesday Mr Warren Leach Horse Branch was In town Monday Mr John J McHenry Louisville was In town Saturday Esquire T A Evans Fordsvllle was in town Tuesday Marshal John Guess ot Deanfield was in town Tuesday Mr Heber Mattthews will go to Louisville tomorrow Mr Sam Mills of Beech Grove Mc Lean county is In town Mrs S A Anderson visited friends In the country yesterday- Mr James H Williams will leave Tuesday for Mobile Alabama Col C M Barnett came down from Louisville Wednesday afternoon Mrs W L Hays of Owensboro is visitingrelatives at Beaver Dam Miss Effie Fonville Sharon Tenn is visiting her sister Mrs C P Now Hn Mr Turl Dnrbin ol Leltchfield gave ua a very pleasant call yester dayMr C B Sullengers wife and dill dren are visiting relatives at Bowling GreenMrs Martha J Ross and Mrs mo- T Moore went to South Carrollton yesterday Mrs Sallie A Tabor of Eddyvllle visited her son Mr D M Hocks last week Misses Etta and Lillian Thomas are visiting in Calhoon and Evansvllle this week Attorneys J E Fogle and R D Walker were In Fordsvllle Monday on legal business Mrs Zerllda DeMoss of Hanson- Is the guest of her daughter Mrs S T Barnett this week Mr U S Carson attended court at Fdrdsvhle Sunday Perhaps there was a woman In the case Mr C R Rogers of Elkton Ky in town this week the guest of Capt S K Coxs family Mr Sam S Cox made his nsual monthly can on friends at South Car- rollton Saturday and Sunday Mrs C P Austin of Beaver Dam was the guest ot Mrs Z Wayne Griffin the latter part of last week Dr D W King returned to his home at Auburn Tnesdayon account of the Illness ol two of his brothers Mrs W H Ilex and Miss Hays of the Alexander neighborhood were pleasant callers at this office last Sat urday Miss Carolyn Barbour will leave this morning for Louisville where she will attend the Oriental Tea and Flower show Miss Myrtle Hines of Rockport who has been visiting the family of MrD M Hocker the past week returned home Wednesday- Col and Mrs C M Barnett left today for Kuttawa Lyon county where will be the guests for a few days of Capt W J Stone Mrs W H IIer who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Palestine Webb ol the Alexander neighbor hood will leave today for her home in Champaign 111 Just received at the New Cash Grocery a nice line of Pears Apples Grapes Bananas and Lemons It Marriage Licenses J W Morris Maceo Davless county to Sarah F Reynolds Wbltesvllle P H Watson Narrows to Melvin J Splnks Narrows Nineteen pounds best Granulated Sugar forl CashaGrocery o Knights of Maccabees The recent organization here of tent ol the Knights of Maccabees o about twentyfive members includes thoe town This order has some advan tageous features that other fraternal orders will find it hard to meet Ev ery citizen desiring fraternal and pro faction benefits should investigate the advantages and benefits of the order Peopleattending court should not fail to visit Fosters New Cash Gro cery ior their family sup plies It will pay them Ifr pol GamesIn Lion Coffee from now until Christmas will be found a free amusing and instructiveso different kinds Oct Lion Coffee and a Free Oaae at Your Groans- TOBACCO Sales and Prices at the Owens boro Auction louse Judging from the sales ol this week at the auction house at Owensboro the outlook for the tobacco planter Is encouragingThe sales and prices are reportedW 600 600 200 Chas Trogden 600 300 200 Ben Moore 490 300 301 Lige Davis 6 05 3 55 200 ROCKPORT- Mrs kettle Bennett and daughter Miss Maggie of Wysox have moved to this place to make their future homeDr A F Stanley and Mr B P Neal of Hartford were in town Sat urdayMr Hubert Stanley of Wysoz was in town Saturday- M J B Dennis of Prentls was in town Sunday Mr M R Kevll of Wltchltaw Kan is the guest of his brother Mr A B Kevll Miss EfHe Shreve of Rosine who has been the guest other uncle Mr Melvin Wilson returned home Sun dayMr Franklin Rowe of Render was the guest ol his brother Mr Jnd son Rowe of this place Sunday Mr Lewis Fnlkerson and Miss Oma Maddox of Smallhonse were the guests of Miss Mable Maddox ol this place Sunday Misses Lucy Hooper and Annie Hooper of Echols were the guests ol Miss Mable Maddox Sunday Messrs P Reiner of St Louis Mo and Alfred Clark ol Owensboso were in town Saturday- Mr Harry Moore was in Owensboro Sunday Shredded Wheat at Fosters New Cash Grocery Delicious Try it SMALLHOUS Mr and Mrs S T Hunter spent Sunday In Ceralvo the guests of their aunt Mrs Tim Bennett who is quite feebleMiss Nellie Robertson who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson for several weeks returned to her home in Owensboro todayMessrs Joe Robertson and Bob Fnlkerson went to Owensboro yesterday on business Mr G W White went to Rockport yesterdayMr Fnlkerson and Miss Oma Maddox visited in Rockport SundayWe a runaway Sunday which resulted in two broken buggies and a few bruises Just as Mr Clarence Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionU Eat plenty oJ pork was the advice to the consumptive So and io years ago Salt pork is good if a mat can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scott s Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion docs more than that There is some combinationfof codliver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Dar that this picture Wit tons of a tabs on lbs wrapptr Ofnt bolds o 1 you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N soc and ft aU dtuggis Overhula Sufi 1e tho turn in the Car rollton road lear the Snalthons church he upset his buggy the horse became nnmanagehle and ran Into Mr Caz Masons buggy damaging i- to t a great extent Prols Barnes and Turvey ol Beav er Dam were In our midst last Friday and Saturday the guests of Prof G W White Miss Annie Taylor and father Mr Pen B Taylor were In Hartford this weekMiss Alice Fnlkerson who Is at tending school at Central City and her sitter Mrs T L Wltbrow who have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Bob Fnlkerson returned to Central City Saturday They were accompanied home by Miss Oracle Reid who will be their guest two or three weeksIMrs Milton Klmbley la quite III at her home near here with pneumonia Little Macle Hams Is on the sick list Mlsa Eunice Bishop Is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Bullock 4 A Liberal Offor The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the constipationThis All druggists CaBTgB-Ms tba Y Han AJart Bard 8ptvt cCbllJAd lId i- of Farm For Sale A good farm ol sixty five acres six miles north of Hartford part hill and part bottom new house and barn plenty of waiter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN T Lowe Palo Ky Blllotun Makes Chronic Invalids Whoa tt HT cU tetpM5i4 fail toft tile UteMMo W Woo4 Y lnlMt pounSfMC- OOM eootHptaon aeNIl Uadaah Intn sad JDWia TIx l7lrMB4ot teal gteea be Uwr was It ngbt toocb aDd Marta Natana won to th8 rtcIIt- IWIIMIrUi PMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS Tbe pm barbs UM lifer and UM peUaU too SM tjaea k V dose lor rp oar COM Strata aad u tea your eau la cxettdingl bad you will be well baton you ankh them Sample troa For ask uralJdaatan For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky i tO f Cj y Owensboro KyMile Stnct between Triplet and Bollrer Beat attention glren to atock Headquarter tor Ohio county people JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor f t G if 1 THIRD FLOOR RILEY BUILDING LARTFORn KSModern equipment Personal instruction Actual business Regular night classes open to all Aid to positions Tuition Bookkeeping course 30 Shorthand course 30 Com course 40 Board 2 to 225 Typewriters furnish anytimeary 12 1903 ll Writo for CATALOGUER H HANKINS Pres E W PATTERSON VPres rJa f E P Barnes f t fBro tThe Popular Trading Placet FOR THE r Green River Country tOur Object We want to come to us for HfSLinteresting prices Wo want you to unders2our desire and ability to please k hove when you inspect our lines you will at onto recognize the value of our offerings to you Our object is your friendship nnd your fA business for which wo make valuablo returns 2 fNew Things fIn department this week Tho now nr anyformer r Shapes Now Trimmings New DressGoods- Now Jackets Now Shoes Now Suits Now Overcoats tMens Shirts We bought 100 mens soft Shirts in best s2 t quality Madras sizes 14 to 101 Odds and ends of an entireline No two alike The regular price of these Shirts is 100 each Our price 75c f Carpets Wo aro showing a nice variety of Ingrain Bringfs2 750 per yard Mattings 12ic 15c 20c 25c 430c and 35c per yard Oil Cloth 4425c J 30c per Oil Cloth 34 65o per yar- dCorn 1 After the firstdnl November we will tako good in exchange forMorchandiso tE P BARNES a BRO Beaver Dam M444ta III We are Nnw Realy J For You With the largest and most complete line ofI Hardware Stoves Tinware f in Ohio county Every since coming to Hartford we have seen the necessity of a first class Hardware Store- sComplete in all ofits We now have it and can offer you anything in this line at prices that are as intcresting as the ones we have given you up to this time o- nVHICLEB naJLEME TS AND SEED We want every family in Ohio county to see this big line of Haldware and Stoves and will for the next thirty days give every family who vis it us a handsome present On lyone of these goes to a fami lyeCome in and see the famous Archer CookSng AND Heating Stov s Which are acknowledged by all to be the best Stoves man ufactured Remember also we are headquarters for the famous Studebaker and Corydon Wagons And the old reliable 6i IDEAL RUGGlES Over 1500 sold so far Wet are now buying for six large stores vliicli enables us to sell you goods right Yours for more business i T J1 TURLEY CO P SRemember also we han dIe the most complete line of sport ing goods in the way of Shot Guns Hunting Coats and Loaded Shells in Ohio county at the right prices I 0 rr4 rs1 h Y Hartford Republican i FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14 illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table New time card taking eeet Sand Dec 2 DUOat noon North JInnnd Nnnlhllnnnd No 132 due e9aam NO11dull1TaIn No IO2 du2lTp m a No 101 due 241 p m- NoU2doeUIOp m No 1I1dv9O I- nLornl Freight No U4 doe 7108 m No us do 27 pm s DVANMzrxr Agent IlutillnahrruPTutL U brume oMbydearebta Progra mme For teachers meeting In Buford rlag- Isterlal district for Friday November Lq J902 Welcome AddressB F Graves ResponseW R Carson Cooperation of Patrons and Teacher A C Porter How to get the Child Interested In StudyNannie Mosley RecessHow best to teach UlstoryF C Westerfieldand Allie Fielden What to do with Idlers In School W R Carson How Prevent Whispering In School Nora Clark Nooon Spelling how teach to get best reo suitsFlorence Rowa- nRecitationMattie Mosley How to teach Beginners In Arlth- metlcBeUe Shown Every teacher In Buford district Is expected to be present and to perform the duty assigned them A S TANNER V Pres A Violent Attack of Croup Cured Last winter an Infant child of mine had croup lu a violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Chris tian Evangelist of Pillney Mo I gave her a new doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and In a short time aU danger was past and the child re covered ThIs remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms gppear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For slle by aU drug gists No Cordelta we cant all be hero worshipers some of us must be he roes F An English Author Wrote No shade so shine no hull no flowers no leaves November Many Americans would add no free dom from catarrh which Is so aggra vated during this mouth that It be comes constantly troublesome There Is abundant proof that catarrh to a constitutional disease It Is related to scrofula and consumption beIng one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what Is capable of eradicating scrolu ls completely cures catarrh and talc en In time prevents consumption We cannot see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine In view of the widely published record of Its radical and permanent cures It Is undoubted Americas Greatest Medl cine for Americas Greatest Disease Catarrh Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the- pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell Is n well known i merchant of Porkland Vd Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and heals such I injuries without maturation and In onethird the time required by the druggists usual treatment For sale by all I Missing Details Supplied For the first time since the fateful night of October to Mr Asa Chinn yesterday was abe to relate to the police Incidents of the tragedy In which his lather lost his life and In which he was desperately wounded which the silence imposed by his In juries had obscured The story of the visit of OBrien and 1ibitney to the Chinn home on Maxwell street at 320 a m of their shooting Mr Chinn through the body as he st on the sIde of his bed bidding them to Search the house and take what they chose but spare life of the struggle with Asa Chinn at the hall door of the speedy arrest of the guilty Whitney confeasioc and their hurrIed rev moval to Louisville to escape violence At the hands of the public Is fresh In the minds of all With his face In a plasterof paris case and the quite necessary to be observed as the result of hIs condItion however Mr Chinn could not talk of his own action just prior to and during the terrible en counter Said he yesterday I was awakened by the sound of voices I real- Ized that It was a dangerous thing to attack the burglars and originally de cided to meet them In the hall I then heard them threaten to kill my mothers scream and I decided to go to my parents assistance I walked Urmu nly door to the family door through till hall I did not crawl as Whitney said Just as I got to the door I dropped to one knee They observed me I think they shot first I thought that both of them were shootIng I dont know whether my first shot struck Whitney or not Ilice first shot they fired at me struck me on the arm and I dropped my c pistol I picked it up again IInd fired all the shots that were In It Mr Chinn remembers that they ran against hint but this part of the tragedy was enacted so swiftly that he Is not certain as to several details lie was very sore about the body which makes him think they trampled him as they went out lie saw them go out the side window through his grandmothers room and might have shot them then but alt his cart ridges were discharged JUlt then his father staggered Into the hllll5ay lug I am shot I then hurtled to my room and procured my rifle he said think lag that perhaps other burglars re malued In the house I walked to the front door and turned the knob I dm shot were Mr Chinn a last words and when his son knelt at his sIde a sew seconds later he had breath ed his last It Is evident that Asa Chlnn did not act rashly It was only when he believed that his parents lives were imperiled that he risked precipitating Rn encounter lie then did It with the utmost coolness lie conducted him self with tare courage In the desperate encunted with the escaping mur derers iu the hall Mr Chinn went to the county home of his uncle Mr Jacob Graves yes terday morning accompanied by his mother and wilt not return until Monday The wound In his arm has almost healed His lips do not show a scar and the scar on the tip ot his nose Is almost Imperceptible and will ultimately nearly fade A slight scar will be len on his cheek He also received a wound In the thigh The bulletwhIch tipped his nose and went through his lips also entered hIs thigh and made a flesh wound This gives him no trouble however He looks hale and shows no bad effects from being confined In the hospital His going to the front door and placing his hand on the knob ex plains the presence of blood supposed to have been left there by the burg lars In a supposed attempt to escape by that way Until Mr Chinns ex planation about returning for the rifle It was believed that be carried both rIme and pistol when he first left his room He said that he believes he would not recognIze the murderers as he only saw their outlines dimly that morning He will look upon their laces when they are brought here for trial next monthLexington Press Transcript To the Public Allow me to say a few words In praise of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy I can recommend It with the ut most confidence It has done good work for me and will do the same for others I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneu monia but after taking the second dose of thIs medicine I felt better three bottles of It cured my cold and the pains In my chest disappeared env- tirely I am most respectfully yours for health Ralph S Meyers 6 Thiro- tyreveuth St Wheeling W Va For sale by all druggists There seems to be a great deal of excitement In Eastern Kentucky over a white calf with a mans head on It That Is nothing Down here you can see white calves with women heads on them t ror CnnupnuonTa- keLyoaalAgatlroSyrup nn Ideal remerlol fee Uharmleaauldcrellcircamlancea lII Zo SYOPS PA1N Athena Tenn Jan 2T1901- Lher Iloee tho lint of my menere they wore Irregular and y offend with great pain In hipl and leg wllb terrl le bearing down pain the abdomen During the past month J hat beNt tallng WIno Crdol and Thedfor- dDIckDlAolfbtod Jpaooed themonth- I period without pain for the lint time myen NullnaDavlI What Is Ills worth to a woman suffer lag like Nannle DavIs sulforedl Yet there are women In thousands of homes Ioday who arti bearing those terrible menstrual pains la silence II you are one of these we want to say that this same N eF CARD UI will bring you permanent relief Console yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardul These women suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearIng down pains Wine of Card lI will stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase x 100 bottle o1 Wine of Cardul today and take it is the prIvacy of your home INpanmelaT ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCorroSATD Talk being cheap and necessity you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be Iq talkIng distance wIth the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the hough River Telephone Company or the whole expense if- you say so We connect with ell In partlcutarsIrnrtford Ky ab4eYiir Fa7MM + The Kind You llno Always Bought anti whlclt has beta la use for over 30 years has borne the signature or and has bccnlnadounder his lCrsonal supervision since Its Infhncy AlJo11I00notolccch0oulnthbJ- An Counterfeits mutations and Justasgood are but Lxperilucnts that trine with and endanger tho health or- Influts and ChUtlrcnExllcrlcnco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor On Pare gone Drops nun Soothing Syrups It Is Plcnsnut If- contnlus neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo- osnhstauco Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms null nlings Feverishness It cures Dlarrhmaanti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoulftillRtlon and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach nllli Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Thu Childrens lnonecnTho lUothcrs Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Slgnluro orV U+eQU The Kind Yon Have lways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years The elau eeleawa n NDCPA atatt ew lo em ill rJ A Good Route to Try It traverses a territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rais- Ing mining and manuacturlng And last but not least It is The Scenic Route for Tourists The Frisco System now offers the traveling public excellent servico and fast time Between St Louis and Kansas- City and points in Missouri KAnsas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points In Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between Birmingham and Memphis and points In Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full information as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon appli cation to any representative ol the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department Commercial Building Saint Louis Ir LOUISVILLE14im I I to I I s For 44 Years CP BARNES RINGS have the standard for quality among Southern people 1001 bd t- oeTcom ICCour Ringslaywe tIaIJ amuanndMottoes No r m5L Gold 171 I u u uI a 00 0 00 ayt nITaa WrlteJor cur CbJcweJrr au- QPDARNESA00 I 104106 W Muket St LOUISVILLE xv SOFIETHINO WRONG wlTn YOUR WATCH- aNM1aMMM1aMMMMMMIN Trains never leave ahead of tlme w thelrouble u with doinsbeen lot d I rea Send your watch to cos ror IDlpectluct estimate Accanle Time Piece apclatry dauberofWaSUvu =zsAn mess C P BARNES t CO- ltbllltkon sod Silversmith t1D4sod W Market St LOUISVILLE KY I 1 f JLCT ac- LlfitlTro TRAINS O Are operated by the d Between 1a TEXAS a And the F North and East C S Between BiRMING11AAi IEMPIIISI And the 1 North and West Between OKIAtiObIAAnd North and East Observation cafe can under the management of Fred llatvey EquIpA ment of the lalestand best Look at the Date On you label an1 you can readily cllculato how much you me owing on your sub I- IsCliItion It may Fcem every small item to each ono in arrears f t Styli total amounts to U conbidurttl sum and we need it in our business Dont put it oft but pay it Our Clubbing1 List Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Per Yr150- sRepublican and GlobeDemocrnt per year 160 Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 i Republican and Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican nod TwiceaWeek Now York World 150 1 FIELD SONeeL= rs erxtn tQ=C TRANSFER LINE1 3EtVT1zN ILA2iTTOxta ova DEvcr DAoC aABTFORDeIA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN TUB MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE Nl THIS OFFICE f COLLINS SALOON SARTFCRD I Y 1l1lll l s the BESTand PUREST Whiskies 1 Wines and lirandics in town Old Yarkor Uyc Old WS stono and specialtiesI Bock BeeryBock Beerr- rB B COLLINS CO i W FNEBtJTs THECNLWsrl boetpJn9hinman nTyTile9rap7rj irtd For F- QL illz uc III1iIASeven oslrlonred teachers each one a qelalht In hie line Unduate of this college preferred by bolneSouse We are now in our new home nearest corner Second and Walnut street tbe finest anti beet arranged achoolbuilding Intheaouth ladlldaallnlocUon School In peeelo- nalltheyear I Students eaa enter lit any tine Vnltonalwaweleom E1WMiUiITlheet Q kSVke1 efJm f S COST NO MORE TITAN PLAIN ONES IN WhitE BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requIres constant expense and tare and eventually crumbles bACk to Mother Earth Besides Itls very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Moss growth Is an Impossibility It la more artistic than anY stone rhen why not investigate It hast hoe adored fe1Ahnadred abll monum ton I p en and by tbuusands of delighted customers In all parts of the country It has been on the market over IS years and Is an established success Many granite deltrll have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We- havehundrtds of lautllnldeslgosDfall grades of workand went to haveyou see them If you are interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours trulyOD I Dam Ky Agent for the Monumeutal Bronze Co of Bridgeport Con- nff in1You Got no Home Or are you not satisfied with the homyouhave Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the Low Round TriPHome 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