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1- 1s the 1ft whtd hdpcl inc cvsebcursdM build up Uie wts ftldl tthtthe syeM nd ctnct tm lrJIIU Bt tired woincn MfII Adam voo women who hvo fthrwCI thM bomeI3cue youreelf ni Uti great cQTWna Vin- oolCjrdul4 WIno iCariuihaa qured which no tv 77 All duI IM ha iD rot 4fl7 I dlsoi ht uL It uMCo1 WoCARDUI 0 I ThEY SMILEU Claude OBrien and and Earl Whitney Hanged 8t Lex ington Necks Broken But Whstny DIed In the Greatest f Agony They Murdered L L CIIIp a PromlnCnt MerctJIt While Robbing Ills HOuse LulngtonJuly 2sUarl Whltpey of Nalhvllle and Claude OUrlen or jthlsmornlaThe SherllTlfa bIidepuUeaenredl- It tho cell door at a oclock aud the warrant woe relld to both men Then In company with the prletl IJlhom they htid requested to attend theU In their Inst mowentJ the death march began Bcth of the boys wcre as cool na If they bad been marching to liberty luaturd or death As they passed out ot the jail to the Beafiold Whitney ihook bandR with Lleutcntant of Po 1lce Overly Both boys sinlle4 and ptsonsPreThe uooae wu putqver the heads 98z2thethe feet onhe condemned iented- therapwas epung and othi mea dropped through the fatal hole to death The neck or both were broken hy the faI OlIr1uCUed quktly but the atruggics or Whltucy weretetrible to see OntyfiCiypdll ad nutted to the hanglngfU wlthesees according to taw but at lst6jiw IlrdldIngaen and boys Oflrieua brotbcV his death and behaved like a matma- u1Jd grleLatd horror r 1ot alAs bodlen were catdoa- aad removed to an undertake yt- flbllabment w1stretHY were prepared for shIpment OBrleas body was Sent to bla mother at Mempbls and that of Whitney to his sister Mrs OIatockte3t at Nashville The crime for which Whitney nd OBrien were banged was pile ot the worst that has ever been eemItted- in this crlmestalned city rbelUe- otoneofthe mbst prominent cItizen I- ot the place was wiped ou Ipd his eon was dangeouay wounded the two youugcIut1naIa who had hOlUl a esreerol crime O of the mude Whit tbicIJ1maarfrom LQulnUle They Itrq4 houe wlthlu an hour afttldarrived hfl stole a plltol jU found no muley Another pIscuyaIt eI with she lame mu1tand then- they came totheChinn place They entered by cuttlllg a w1fl4oe lid when they rnccd the r9tm where Nr Chhin and his aged rwfe were sleeping the ltt r was awake edand seeing the Iforina or two m ulu the darkness shecalled or bCbuabaD- dUearbean4sat pln bedn asked them whatiya atu4 pe reply was A shot clfwu ta t fatal Mr Cbttinisoii Wbo aIp1tntke next roOm wii irouBeI by tb zoIse anti come to the n14 pC Ida rents seizing a awaH Ifewllch the only weapon he had As ie aeacbld the door he asseen by the robbers who opened fire on him Ue felldes perately wouued and fired cpe shot which atnickone or theme5 In the leg ani wasthe nieRflhof ecurlag their auest- After Wounding onngChnn the men Jert tie house and udertpp to get ewayOn a height traIn asthey had come but WCI uflable to do io The hldtbe1r wp ls r uud the depot and waited Jar a chauc tleave luteln pttc the potice had beenatarat and weresarchIng everywhere lot the men Whitney and Oi3r n wethIbdud and aken to the station house where thyLwer- subJeLd to a rigid ezarninatop They were not arn1d and they tolc a stralght story ywhl ll they made It appeor that they Mil aIrived In tie city after theiit4ijruc- ommtt lhe police that they were Jt e wrong waudturned tiess J e Itwu noticed thatQUeor them was veryiamvkefl they went towalk jr y wi1e e- sbowed flo lJeesat aU Wber tesedr1iey wereca11dbaekaiion eXIlmlnalon It was round tat tbs trouble arosetrom arecettt gunehal- wouud qtthat the ball win JUnin the fllh This put a diflerentdr ot things and they were arrested Ther- the I evidence began to pile up IIround tbemand In eli hoUr it Was sufficient tohvehangcd them oft few day leter both men made aconreHlon They were aubiequeutly tried aud convicted and sentenced to be hang ed The case was appealed and at r firmed by the coust or appeals alter which Governor Sekhaui set the thnq or Uu executiloti As soou na the appellate court passed sentencence on them the Governor was beselged with appeals or clemency ODrleus uiotber vlaltlnl him tn person two or three times He remlilned firm and refused to Interfere and the execution toole place as had been ordered The Boss Wom Medlcno- U P XumpeDrurgtsttLeIChton AJawrlte One omy custqmers had a ililld which was Ilelc and threw up ill food could zttain Doth lug Mtts stomach lIe bought one bottle of Whites Cream Nermlt1r and It brought up ff9 WOB rom the child Its The boss worm medl else la the world Whites Cream VcrmJfuge Is also the cbUdren ton- Ic It Improve their digestion and aslwUation of rood strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity or spirits nature to childhood 25c nt- J U Williams m TWO ARRfSTS MADE Deputy Sheriff Brit ton and Ashby Spic cer Charged With Murder Claimed They and Jett Killed Jim CockrlIl HARLES GREENS TESTIMOM Y lie Was flropgktFroinL Lxington t Under Escortof Soldiers to Apier Before the Grand Jury Jackson Ky July 2JTbe special grandJllff adjoined this inornliigInt ata against three a c of ambush sad wo lndicg John Turinlae months ago were this afternoon One Is a nephw of SherIff lid CaUaham A prvIonal Irad jluy refused to except OR a aladesie nor charge bllce Judge Carilwen issued war ratts for the rrlt of wm Ilflttonf deputy sherll end Asbury a klnsmau or FA Callahan charged- them with the murder 01 Jim Cockrill- I The men were arrested by details of soldiers at their house Chartse Green of Lexington an exile becuase- of knowledge of the killing of Cock nil was brought her under au escort ot soldiers as a witness and testified before the grand Jury this afternoon that he saw Jett nd two others shoot Cockrell from the secondlItory win dow of the court house Ue was Minding on the enact tatkkng to Cockrill He claimed he did not know the names of JetLa companions but could identify them Being ex CUM Green alarteil back to Lexington but onthe orders ofjudge Red wine wu takenIrom the train and brought back to camp lie sill be given an opportunity to identifly the men under arrest Spleer and Urittan tomorrowL who teethed betore the l3reathiett county grand jury In the Ewen bribery case that had heard GarduerPlummerofierl2wen a tribe to refuse to testily against Jett and White has been compelled to leave Jacksan A warning message was sent to him last nlght through the wife of Gardner lInmmer who liollu swore was the emle or Harris and Callahan in offering the tribe Bollp Immediately Informed Gsa Murray or the treatment and the order to flee and before daybreak he was escorted to the train by a grand olsoldiers and went to lexington where a son resides Iii family will pack up the houSehold sHeets and oiling hint In a tew days tJere leaving Balm said that he was convinced hccquln live in this county alter testifying agant the men suspected in the bribery cue lie beats on excellent reputation end ii one of th few men whose names have appeared In the recent trublea who have not played a part In thc c lmlllalfecord or Biathlltco y- fltlC he trial of Jet anti iWbite- Plumnier who Botin and Iw p es- ti4duzed the mesageoff1tfg a brlbetoIweu has Invested In tea Jtate and ha also purchaset a tack Cf1vodf rra gjieral etorq and blind miti nuicksaed creel abnt tllree itrilsairom Jackson WMapliedabout his reoept purchase that hehad no- m ney ott the bribery ncIeut PJntmutepUed that lie was mtrely Peat g place for Goodloe- Coarba who wnboubjah nll along with Jack Howard another blind tiger operator Cholera Infantuni This has long been regarded as on C olhe wost dangerous and tatal dJs eaaes to which infants are sntjct It be ctued however when propel treated AU that IsnecesaKrylato gIve Charnbrrlalns CQI1i Choler a and DlRrrhoen Ren1edand cntor oil as directed with each bottle and a cute Is certain l1or sale by aU drug glsOt as- i JtAti NEARLY A YEAR Miss Bessie Rowe and Mr Will Morton Have Been MOor f ned- Ceremony Took Pla e lit Carksvlle Tennin A- ugust1902 Have Kept the Scret so Well That Their Best Friends Did Not Know It SENSATION AMOGST FRIENDS Was Belisle Rca Rowe and Mr WIU Morton both of thIs city have been married for nearly a year The wedding took place In darks Tenu August 27 Z902 The- eremony was preformed by Rev iN Montgoznry pastor of the Cum banned Presbyterian In that city For the past six mouths there baveI been rumors throughout the city that such an occurrence had taken place but no verification ot the ntter outd be secured The parties taterestedI were lnthrviewed several times by vnr- lous neapaper med In city the but the rnatter was streneonsly deI abed A sholt time ago in Inv Oga ion was set on foot In real earnest by the Inquirer and yeSterday a letter was recleved lu this city from qlarb j yule making the stittements given above The investigation Clarke villa was carried onLY a reporter r of- he Clarkevifle TlmeaJournat AtI he hue the wedding took plc thereI wastio mention made of the piaiterI n the local newspapers The mar rlige license was plib1lsbed hut the gave only their fat- Uals and these were not recognized by any one here It the papers were ever seen In Owenuboro Subse qnntearcli however revealed the act that the iriarziagelIcenrswn Issued the wedding had taken Place and the couple had left the city belore iV ole was the wiser J rLeltral ycars preceding the weifduiTgtbe couple had been very devoted Ifcw days before The eventful dAys Rowe ttft this city for Clarkavllle to visit her aunt who lived there at that time but wbo hall sInce moved away Mr ortqn- Icit a few days tater to go to the en camp meat ot the state guards at Mammoth Cave lie arrived there two la8 alter leavtng thIs cityt Many 01 his friends temeiked on the long time It had taken hia to get there from here and he tqJd Ire f anexfeniivc trip he had keijj1s- outhera part ot the ate OUtjAto time ho stated that he had J- Clarkaville A few days later MIss Rowe arrived at the cave while licre the rclalionsof the coupl were not unusual It seems that they weie not as much as together ss they had been at home and that the groom paid her v ry little attention On returning to this city theirreia- tiotis were the same They wer seldom seen tog th r except at the high sdtqol rom which teyboth graduated u the class last sptthg Mrs J E Rowe the mother of the bride waS seen this mosning Ja regard to the truth ot the report She denied knowing anything at aU about the matter although she had heard rumors that such was the case She said that her daughter had meyer de celce4 her in anything and that she was sure thttt she had not In this She also made statement of a pecti lIary salty nature In regard tQthc newepapera prying Into other people affairs 1 Mrs Morton Is vlJltln her grant fattier John P Rowe near Centre town Ky Au elTort was made to reach her by telephone thIs morning t CoOstitIoo o JAn4 aU ymitoms sad w1t t D ibcsIilISr sawl ps i 5 iISTEBTS 9EIAL1VERrOwllERMereyreleadod with VltCund thu s9u r tljcketta prlllnt utrthaolo- fornWA K tot yea trps- qcceIuptt1aMtj fdfftIOfl aito Qr carJnI U- Fowdea4nsoItkaJ v d40llunl good leAve Ibetteret yoeiJwihctIeMf1CICk- mw tespo cur1 W eet4 k11nI4tl II I U DO iKciiie If Irlallruav I WI Ut the druggit lsfeDaorrT1I PIJARMACAI o telid Appritte her 01 the lart that her happy secret was ItIcovere but she v3 not accea3lble The announce Ineet Is therefore matte without her- Iowledge or consent There Is no tnnbt of her grRclonl1 acknowledge nient ofthe fact It It proliable that thqt ifben she leuM that her ma- rf1sgfs public Ahe will return to the dtY Mj Will Mortonthe otbirprincipal In e nflsir was seen at the ptrcet car takes where he Is oinployed as aselMantsuperlntendent of the com paxl When the matter bf1ached he reinsecl to state wl1etherJ J4ya thetruth or net but when told Uit 1twutq bQanno needliO atated that there was a mistake On the other Mnd Miss Rowe Is known to have statedto several Of her most Intimate friends that the wedding had ta ken place The couple belonging to two Of the t most prominent raralllel In the city i Mrs Morton was at one time n leader tn the society of the younger set InI the past year however she has rS malned In SeclUsion She is very at tractive and blessed with wonderful musical talent She Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J Edwin Rowe MrIrorton Is the son of Mr and LrssW C Morton on lower Main streetI He has always moved In the 1lgb eatc IfTheregard to the matter and will not until the Investigation la carried further Mr Rowe Is at present out of the city Mrs Morton Is the secom daughter ot Mr and Mrs J Mwhl Rowe She comes of a union of tWo of th- beatfamllles of the Green river see UonHer maternal grand father was Hon E Dudley Walker of lI rtfords who for nearly forty years wasa leader at the bar In this judicial circuit anti premlDcnt at the bar of Hartford IL land and crentinat lawyer Herf mother was Mr Walkers oldest daughter whQluherUed many of the rnetal quslItes ot her dIst1nutahed parents which she hi turn transmitted to her danghterlnqulrer CBlackheadnand muddy complexions which arev so common among women especially lIto at I1CeJI ugc ilestroIebeauty dIfguriug and making repulsive S features which would othertwlne appear attractive and refiaLd In ilicate that the hyena out of orderIAn occasional dose of Herbine cleanse the bowels regulate the liver t and fO establish a clear healthy cow plexlon SOC atj H Williams m An UnqtallfLedEndorsment- Au unqualified endorsment Is given the Southern Normal School and Bowliug Green nusfpess College pi I3owling Green Kentucky by Its many atndeqt 1hi lustltutlon not only glvei ltatli l htia tbrpub and practical training but also assists ahem iecucIpg plant4uct pr- ofitableap1oyreti t llprtIculara- wfll be It nP91 apIation- Mcntqn ottrse waswa tedAddres lIt fftCheriyGeaer1Mannge Bowl Ing Green Kentu ky Vory Rem rkable Cur of Dlarrhooa- I Abottt six years ago for Ue Lint time In my life I had a sudden and 6evere attack oJ diarrhoea II saya Mrs Alice Miller ot Morgan T iOa I got temporary relief but It came back again and again and for six long Years I have suflered more misery and agonythan lean tefi ItWtii worse thou death My husatd spent hundreds of Ionus fr physicians pre scriptiona and treatment wlthoJIt avail Finally we moved to flosque county our present borne and one day I happened to see an advetttae- ijient of Chamberlains Collo Cholerti and DlarrJIoclr Remedy wltha tesU- monlal of a man who had been cured pytt Thecase WUIK alndlar to my ownthat I concluded to try the reme- I Iky The result was wonderM could hardly realIze that I flas wen agatnor believe It could beso after havlug suffered so long1 but that one bottleof medicine costing but a rew- centlcurw me For sale by al- druggl8ta I m Ldw School Send lJr Mllnormatlon Addre5- 8HH Cberry Bowling Green Ky VtluabIo Tlmo Saved SUght injuries often disable B man and cause several days Loss ol time Rndwhen blood poison dcyelo l- Ieltletmes result IIJtbe loss of a hautI or limb Chamberlain Pain Is all autl81ptla lIniment When ap- tto cute bruises and burns I causes theutoheal quickly sn4 with nut tnaturtion and prcvents any I danger of blood poison Uor sale b V- alt dulgIRts rr Clays Will In Danger Richmond Ky July 2SItls it lgelded us veryprobable that the will orGen Cassius 11 Clay wlll be con tseted because of the bequest of xn 000 in trust to JfCl Brock his dl voIced child wIfe though his child rca refined to make any expresslon urn the suluject fUlltr1 of Oen Cia takes place today anti In nccotllaJce with tlJ 1 provisions of the will the body will be build near lila mUlur Thu ox pease of the tuners Is limited to zoo and a plain Iieadtttoue is toniark the grave Pay up your Subseriptioll to TilE RElUDJWAN find OlO year in udvanco and 25dth ad ditional and got gho LOUIS VILLE WEEKLY HERALD ono year and rnt4o It guess ut tIiq llUfnbcr of votes iioxt Governor Qf Kentucky Yilreceive you fmay n be tho luck one ifyqu indkoc the nearest guesJ you get 4J000 in cash 238 other prod miurns ranging fro111500 up o4000 it cost you ot1i- ng I additional to guess why do it today p rYourDrugglBt will buy It Backr You IUIllnt11e no risk when you bnyI Chamberlains Colic Cholerh and- sDlarrhoea Remedy Your drtigglst refund your money If you are not satlafie after using it It la every where admitted to be the moat sue easful remedy In use for howe 1 corn plidnts and the only one thatnever ails ltIM plellRant sale and rella 1 Alldrgiot3 m CJAElTOnzDean tile the Kii Tn Han AIwlit 8otthBlgutun ot y s FRiEDALAND ICYeJuly 21 The recent heavy rains greatly damaged the crop In this or the countryuMr John Harper and wife1 Hart rord spent Saturday and SuodayatI this place the guests of tbelr grando Mr W J LogadonsMessrs James and Robert lord of Louisville who have been visiting h relatives In this oinmunity I br die past week returned to tfelt howe t Sunday t Rev J Brl tow Vreachedat- ane Rtll Saturday nn4Sundayn Mrs KIrk Uorse flanehn isited Mrs Gertrude Miller Sunday Several of our young lJeple attetdti 1lbeI tcrenm 5ujirOatouat- urday night a t Dime Mrs Satira KeIpper ol1outsvIUet s vIsiting rrlencls and relatives at his place Revs Hartford and tday are con ucting n series of meeting at old SalemSunday Schcot at Cane Run Is pro gresning nicety Dr J A Sandbael vlsltedrelatlves- lu Grayson county tutWeek Master Claude Wilson who has been con lined to hilt room fr some time Is able to be out Oln4- Mr James Wilson and wire Pleas ant GrOve visited relative In this community laM Week 1 AHandSOm Catalog dn4 llus- trated Joura1 e The Bowling Green I3usifieea College and SouthCrn Normal Sthot will mail free to those requesling it a handsome Catalog Journal Write postal card stating Conrae desired Address II U Cherry Genart Manager Bowling Green Centucky Thousands Have xIdiey Trouble and Dont Know IL How Xo It84 Out Fill a bottlq or common glass with your water end let tt Stand twentylolrhours a sediment or lUng u11cales an unhealthy condi- tiOn of hc If ililns your linen Is- cvIdenc of kId hey trouble too frequent desIre to or pain In back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- derareoutci order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so- citen expressed that Kilmers Swamp Root tho great kidney remedy lulfllls every wish In curing rheumatism plln In the back kidneys lIver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It onccls Inabllll- yr holeS water and scalding pain in passing- tt Or bad effects following use of wine or boer and overcomes thatunpleasant necessIty of being compelled to go often during tho day and to up many times during the nIght The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realtred It stands the hlghet for Its won derful cures of the mOt distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In5Oc andl sires You may a sample bottle ot thb wonderful diSCOVery and a bQok that tells more about both sent absolutely free maIL I Mdrcw Ktlmer titinooCwaogPooS Binghamton II Y When wrUlncmeaU- Oft readlngt41a getuoUlol tn this paper Don Jmatta any rni3iatC but remembe the name wanuFoot pr Khmer I SwampRoot siid the fllnghamtbn on every bottlo THIS j REMEDY IB GIVE suro Satisfaction ELY S CREAM BAlM IIIvtll Iwll1 nt once It clOIIII aootbos 111111111 the I1IOftIW- MImiutrtne It torte cntftrrb nod tJrYHI- IIIIIT n cold In bond qickit 1111 anti cli- corliud act kId- neys f tt It pass It the Dr it by Dr Co er r address to the CATARRH I COLD HEAD I rfprotettlii VittanI11 wnll TtIni Men ito by mall KL llllOTIIYilii4 Vnrrentretew Yoi k RNOTHRR PRRDON 9- RglEIILRIJ Joseph Raleighs Murder of a Little Girl Who Ran From Insulting Proposals Governor Beckliam Calls Merely Manslaughter Fratn1ort Ky July 24GayB- eckitarns black Iireathitt ctypardon record allotce d Jew name ines bat Vrtdn1 andcme ofth vorat- f thO lot Th porcoq wan I rN- oveuber 26 r9or nearly two rents go butt lnsben kupto die par on record tecuniy The Herubi correspondent began to make inquires ntq th tae stci list ohtatec proof of the iaqttnce olth ptnolI Nes 01 thiE wits evldenHY cordEd tu tlue Executive office rOlj9n Jlrlday ltthe ame of Juseph Raleigh was tnselted n the pordon Index the lat one on the alphabetical llbt AI that date thus howJuRcoacluslvtly that itthid heen bid out sInce Novwber 1901 Raeiihtherocord who was convicted lit the June term 1893 of the BleatbltL CI cult Court btlore His Ifonor JudgeD B- Redwll1e or the crime of inurtcr- Raleigh was then about eighteen tars old anti the record shows that e met Sl1mathl Alkwen a fourteen earold girl on the rondo Uladel1 pfoposol to ber neti the child and she ran Raleigh loll owed her and was about to overtake her when she stopped picked a stone and turning buried It In its lace She ran again When Raleigh IIkot her through the back- f the head and killed hr He was sentenced for life The lndosement that Gay liekbarn- a3 placed pn the back of th6 ppU- cttonll8 s the killing lwas at he worst no more than manalaugli rand bathel convinceI that white his nat WM guilty of- ess ritIn handling higun h was neverUieleaano mutderoull orliomlcl- 41l intent ateverJ HeJss par- nned alter seven year In pliaqu Applications had bees made to- ay Jolts Young Brown and Gov- Dradley to pardon Raleigh but It cc- naitied for Goyllcckbsm to turn the murderer loose on the cor- nmunltyLufaville Herald I KIDNEY TROUBLE CURED General Hearth Greatly Improved by Pcruna I Mrg itt J Danley Treasurer of tho OOccaLodge I O O P writes from l24lrt Stret N MlnncapolLs Mimi s 11 was atfliotod for sovoral years with kidney troublo which OOc mo quite ae- rouaandcatid moconsldorabloanx1oty I I spent hundrtdz at dollars trying to- be cured but nothlggave me any permanent relief until I tried Plrusa lJirdIrestored to health know neither echo nor pain and enjoy ltfoMra M J- DanlY xporlnce hat been repeated rin7 times Wo hear of such caaoa le rlrelery day j I Mrs Dllnley had catarrh of the kidneys As soon as she took the right renodyabe made a quick rocorcry A Prominent Soulbua Lmds Letter Miss LaurA Hopkins ot Washington DO nloco ot lion E o Hopkins ono of Ihe largest Iron manufACturers ot Birmingham Ala writes tho tollowlOg utter commending Porunl1 Sho aYII 01 ClUJ cherrtuJfr recommend Peru Ier Indigestion and Momch trouble ai flt lcLauwHopkins- porunacncOcatarrbwhereverlocaed Porunais a spooiflq fpr tiocatarrha1 derangements ot women Address The OhtoIoa ioDIlartmu a Newf rkCIipperlaTHE THt Irtest ThalrlcalPapor lit AU prone Infoi tedtn tttoIioppon tIleAMUSEMENT WORLD ItPUBLISHIDfJlNQLE CoPY Ia CENTS For Solo bY all Wewgdneler In gil perta of the world 8AMLE COPY FREE Adds HEW YORK C1jPER City RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON OIL is the rornely its effect is- mnrvoloUi relieving almost instantly Try it and ii you are not sitisftcd your money w ll be cheer fully refunded Ask YOU Druggist 256 50c Argon Oil Co 136 W Man Louisville Ky 10000 to be Given Awayro tht renders oftito LOUISVillE HERALD 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w1l1I receive a total votu ot 4 4 I 11 aEt3A F Alloi olsantlguesscs must bo- soot to the Republican Hartford Republican lone bj the Hartford fnlillnhlng Company IJICORIOUI 4I HIITIIEdUorX z raotroC- IunbtancL34n-O4h tO 11 FRIDAYJULY 31 REPUBLICAN TICKET Foa uotiuxoB MorrU D ntlfcnp Toe LUCTEM4XT QOTKIXOK J U WtlbDJt- oJ THSinrniB John A Dliwk- IOB AUDITOR U OrgV W Welsh ro ATTOMCV OnsriuL W M Tkekner- Voe HWUKABT or STAT4 C Bjwlght rom BirinwrsKDKXT Ll lng tot McCartney FOB COMIIIWIOXCB or Aomrr LTr t OeorRe linker FOR CURl or Cor T or APuuI 11 ei DlallFOR STXTI BKIUTOR Alrt 8 TKnnrtt FOB nJlIRleTT1Dr A D Park FOB CikCUT CanT CLIME O HomuM HOW YOU CAN TELL You can by oxamining the lubol on your paper tell just how much you are indebted to us on your subscription ac count When you find how much that is wont you make our hearts glad by calling and settling same It may be a small amount but hundreds of small amounts will help us Come enrlIIFor we need the nmonoyindeedwedoTFACnEPS should be proud that this 5s campaign year for ae a result of which tho percapita has advanced from 8232 to 8260 JUDGE J E Bobbins who has been appointed to try Caleb Powers was at the suggestion ol Governor Beckham made a member of the Democratic Campaign Committee When if ever will the Judiciary of Kentucky again assume its once high plane above the evil inflences of po litical preferment MB BitYAN says There ibould Le eovngh illServac tmtveeB IfeMocratk and Republican plfittorca to IPO On mntE8nY pinna and upeclflcatloM for the roiH r dwlgnatlun oliuth- Coinpuio tho wue und conservative platform enunciated by the Rcpub licane of Kentucky with tho roy nothing platform of tho Democrats can you nolo any diflerence r THE Hartford Herald has the fol lowing to say about THE REPUBLIC- ANs new editor for which we ore very grateful Mr C F Hirlth hft formally aeerted the 4lta klp ot the Hartford IUITBIICAH tr- t4Itb b a tl vr yoaog Ulan a guo4 ii titer- and kU mitk will no doubt give 1 lie tttrro i icAS n prmttgr uhlth It olwcrll ri will Ia rllullnr = =r lr is a significant ll1ct that the jury eanjianneled at Cynthiana to try Jett and White alias Judge Hargis the noted Brcathitt County Judge and member ot the Beckham State Central Committee is composed of twelve Democrats Mark the predic tion It is not intended that these men shall be punished even though it is conceded by most people that they are guilty TIlE Hon James Hargis Judge of I3reathitt county and chief manager of the Beckham pardon mill in that vicinity declares that he will resign from the machine Democratic Com mittee nnd as County Judge if only fifty mon of Hrcathitt county who will flwtur that they voted tar Qoebel and Bryan will sign a petition requesting such action An excellent chance for fifty patriotic citizens of Breathitt county to serve the State Who will sign first i WHEN Judge Oaborne an appoint to of Beckham and who is presiding at the trial of Jett and Whitechargod with tho assassination of Marcum re fused the use of the soldiers to pro servo order and to protect the with nesses who saw Jett fire the shot that ended Marcums life we can begin to realize why the case waa transferred to Oibornos court It is desired yes it is demanded by Judge Hargis and Sheriff Callahan that a miscarriage of justice in some way be had and that these two criminals be turned loose I THE moat recent developments in Governor Bccklmms political pardon career is tho discovery of n granted to Joe Raleigh of BreathittI county The record in the caseI shows that Raleigh was sentenced for life for tho murder of a fourteenyear old girl whom ho shot down in coldI blood because nhe resented criminal and inuhiug proposal made to her It is clear from tin whole pro ceedings that this parluu lor this heinous crime heinous because of tile infancy of the murdered girl hoinotie hecanw sbf wits niurdiMml for rflutlni to btcumu u jirottitule ul the hund oi a ruffian and murderer was granted by Beckham for purely political reasons regardless of law or justice Is it to be that our fairC daughters may be insulted aud their virtuous security thwarted and if root sentment is offered by them they may bo murdered in cold blood and the murderer be immune from punI ishment at the hands of a Govern or of our proud Commonwealtht n4 THREE ARE CAPTURED Deputy United States Marshal Bitten By Vicious Dog While Effecting the Arrest When the Illinois Central train pulled into the station Monday after noon a jaded party of six alighted Three of the party were tall lank young men In their shirt sleevcj They were In charge of a medium sized man with a little gotee and a slouch hat pulled down over his eyes His clothes anti shos were covered with mud and his trousers leg was torn Following these four came Fa man carying a doublebarreled shot gun The cixth one WES a tall red headed mountaineer The laces of all the men were covered with dust through which ran little rivulets of presplration This motley crowd attracted no little attention on the streets It was Dnputy United States Mar ohal George Glllllaud returning from Hnrdin county where with the es Distance of only one man he hail made one of the most successful raids on E iiiGonEhinc Ellll ever made In ttiat section He placed under arrest Sunday afternoon John Kclzee Ed Richardson and Ion McGuffin charg ed with running a still and selling liquor without license These three men were nt arrested however without thrilling experiences Dep uty Gllllland dogged the haunts ol the men for thirtySix hours before he ever had a chance to arrest them When the arrests of Richardson and McGufSa were made he was attscted by a vicious dog aad his knees badly lacerated He was forced to knock the animal toss with the but of his pistol CASKS CONTINUED The melD were taken before Commissioner Lindsey and on account of the absence of several material wit nesses for the government the cases were continued until Saturday The men said they wanted to have a law yer In Ellzabethtown notified so he could defend them Lee Smallhonse who assisted in are resting the men and who is the pita cipal witness In the cases was exam ined He testified to seeing the still in operation In Hardin county about July 1 He also said he had purchas ed liquor from the three men He testified to hiding within twenty feet of the men And watching them operator the still Right sartln it was us Interrupted and of the Shiners He was then asked by one of them If he knew it was whisky they were makingC McGnEn was another witness brought along He said he had giv en a fellow a bottle and money and told him to get him some whisky but he did not know where he got it He is a cousin of one of the defend ants Their evidence was taken so they will not have to return to the examining trial The men denied emphatically that they never engaged in the process ot making liquor They were remanded to jfiil to await their examining trial If they are held over to the federal grand jury they will be transferred to the Louis vllle jail as their trial will take place there Messenger Durelle Tipped Louisville Ky July z8chatrman C M Barnett of the Republican state central Committee has called a meet lug of the Committee for Augustn at 730 p m In this city for the purpose of selecting a campaign com mltttee Invitations will be sent to- althe Republican candidates for state offices to be present ColM B Belkuap has notified Col Barnett that he will attend the meet- Ing Judge George DuRelle will In all probability be the chairman of the campaign committee and the head quarters will be in this city YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK ING When you take Ororoa lnetMsee Chill Tonic tie cause the formula Ja plainly printed tin ever but tie ihowlDK that It li simply Iron and Qnlnlnp In atiutrlcim form No Cure No Pay SSe SMALLIIOUS KY Rev G H Lawrence filled his regular appointment at the Smallhoua Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Mrs G H Lawrence after an ill ness of several weeks was able to at tend church Saturday Mrs Mary Storms Fordsvllle is the guest of her sister Mrs G H LawrenceMr Drake Godman ICy was the guest of Miss Oma Maddox last Thursday Miss Oma Maddox was the guest of Mrs Sallle Drake Godman Ky Saturday night and in company with Mr Cecil Drake spent Sunday the guest of their schoolmate Miss Thralldie Sumaey Mrs Idols Stone Boonevllle Ind was the guest of Mr G W Barnard and family and Mr S T Hunter and family and other relatives here recently Mr and Mrs P B Taylor and lit tie MIP returned home Sunday from a visit to tleir parents In Beaver Dam Miss Mary Cuhr Beaver Dam spent several days recently the guest f Miss Stllle Hunt Mr ut Mrs T R Barnard and little d nghters Mary and Ethel are guests ot Mrs Barnards parents Next M mday the young teachers- of Smallhoua will begin their schools Miss Oma Maddox will teach at Ceralvo W C Overhnls at he Liter Schoolhouse C O Hunter year Cromwell Ottie Kimbley at Hickory Hill Everett Smith at Point Pleasant and M D Maddox at Rock port Ky Mr and Mrs C E Overton and David Oldham were the guests of Mi Chester Overton and family near Hopewell church Saturday and Sun dayRev J T Cauebier Nelson Creek Ky preaches at the Smallhous church at 7 p m Saturday The prayer meeting at Mr James Fulkcrsons wits a very Interesting one Sunday evening Miss AHha Addlngton Heflin is the guest of her mother Mrs Cor della Addlngton Mr and Mrs John C Igleheart at tended church nt Waltons Creek SundayMiss Ida Addlngton Is the guest ol her sister Mrs Ada Addlagton Heflln Messrs Theo Howell and Herman Addington went to Evansvllle Saturday night with some hogs for the marketMrs Lon Overhuls Smallhou and grandson Mr Jesse J Groves Sacramento were the Rneeta of Mr J C 11111 last week Masters Earl and Guy Barnard are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs W C Howell this week near Island Station Mr and Mrs R H Everly and lit tie daughter Goldie have returned from a weeks visit to relatives in McLean county Miss Eunice Bishop U the guea1 of her sister Mrs Joe Bullock Mr and Mrr John Brown were called to the bedside of their daughter Mrs Arthur Whitmer Dmkesboro who is dangerously III Walter Wlthrow Central City who is the guest of bin grandparents Mr and Mrs Bob Pulkerson has the whooping cough r LIVERMORE KY July 27Mlss Edna Belleville oi Evansvllle Ind Is visiting Miss Josle Bennett Miss Greer ot Owcnsboro who has been visiting the Misses Bennett has returned home Rev Jno Canebler visited Mr Worth Tichenor last Friday Rev G H Given who has been quite 111 for several weeks is conva lescentE Smith who has been ill for sometime la not eo welt at this writ ingMiss Eva Morton Is suffering with an attack oi typhoid fever Mrs Hester Chiverton who has been sick for sometime is Improving Rev J N Jarnagin filled Rev T M Mortons place at Baptist church Sunday night A protracted meeting Is In progress nt Nallya schoolhouse conducted by Revs T M Motion and Savage Drs Ellb Ford and Beard were In Calhoon Saturday to assist In organ lung a County Medical Society Wilbur Hobson of Calhoon visited In Livermore Sunday Mr Everett Hcckett ol Beaumont Tex Is visiting relatives here Miss Myrtle Bonner who has been visiting at Birds Eye Ind has returned home Mr T R Barnards handsome res- Idence will soon be completed Mr I B Rowe Is Improving the looks of his new residence by having It painted in elegant style Mr J P Ross will soon have hit nice residence completed on Broad wayMr Henry Freeman has accepted a position with Messrs Lashbrook Co of Panther creek as chief engin eerIt is gratifying to note the success of those interested in a graded school at this place A very able copse of teachersfive In numberhave been employed and the new building will soon be completed and it Is onlyA matter of very short time when Liver more will be heralded as one of the leading educational centers In this section of the State- HORTON KY July 30A small number from attended the picnic at Hoaglanda Bridge Saturday Dr Mitchell Beaver Dam was In our midst Saturday A few of our young folks were in attendance at the picnic at Render SaturdayMr Davidson Hartford visited relatives near Horton Saturday Mr and Mrs George B Thompson Crowley IA are visiting friends and relatives here Health In our community Is good atpresentMr Martin ot Beaver Dam Visited here Sunday A mad dog passed through our community Friday causing alarm in every direction but was pursued overtaken and killed It was feared other dogs were bitten bylt and they are being abort or confined 4 Bowaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh thntContaln lorcury as mercury will surely destroy the sense ofsmell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such artlcle should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co1 Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood nmKmucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get genuine It ip laken Internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials tree Sold by Druggists Price 750 per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best WHAT IS A DEMOCRAT A Republican Who was Formerly a Democrat Speaks In Un mistakable Terms The Democrats will win In the election next fell either wiry you take It Three of the nine then nam ed on the Republican ticket lost week are either Democrats by general acceptance or have but recently stray ed away just a little distance So you pays your money And gets no choice Herald July 22 1903 The charge against some of our nominees that they were foimerly Democrats is a serious charge we confess But it is not so grave a charge against a man to say that he was formerly a Democrat as it is to say he Is now a Democrat Formerly there was at least a semblance of reason for being n Democrat then the party stood for something Now it stands lor nothing It Is merely waiting forth Republicans to make mistake hoping not to come into power on Its town meritn but on Ue demerits of the other party its pet Iisaucs are as seed sown In litany places they four ished only till the sun of critical judgment has shows on them Free trade free silver antiexpansion Government ownership ol public 1worka on which ol these pet bobbies Is the party united today What Is the vital Issue of the Democtatle par ty now anyhow Who can tell Would the party let Cleveland name It No Wonld it be willing to let Bryan name it Assuredly not Bnt what does the Demrctatlc par ty stand for anyhow What reason are we to assign to the young men the thinking young men of the coun ty why they should vote the Demo cratlc ticket and not the Republican ticket Consider If you can a party all discord ill belllgerant all rent aaundcr by Internal strife every leader proclaiming his pet Isaac and try- Ing to fascinate the misses with It the masses dumfounded and bewilder ad and you have the Democratic par ty A party in that condition la like ly to do anything It Li Just as like ly to nominate Soaphouse Cleveland asanybodyAdmitting that just awhile ago all the Democratic orators In the country were berating the trusts and the mill ionaire what matters that now Are not these same trusts and mill ionaires supposed to be friendly toward Cleveland or rather unfriendly towards Roosevelt not by reason of what Cleveland did for them but rather for what he did not do And though Cleveland by no means represents the views of the Democratic party that patty will be duped Into nominating him simply because the Idea has gained credence that Wall Street iavors him Such Is the Democratic patty of today- I agree with the Herald who votes for a Democrat gets no cholce A REPUDLICAN s Special SHOE SALE July 31 and August I We have 700 pairs of Shoes that mustJe sold before August 8 as we will commence packing to move on that date On next Friday and Saturday we will put on sale 65 pair of Childrens School Shoes that sold from 75c to 125 for 65c 235 pair Mens Wo mens and Childrens Shoes that retailed at 1 125 and 150 for 75c 400 pair Mens Wo mens and Childrens Shoes that formerly sold from 125 to 250 for 1 In this lot of Shoes will be found Fine Mod ium and Heavy Shoos of all sizes and kindsi Dont put until next weekyour number might be gone A B KEVI- LRockportIy FORDSVILLE KY July 27Raln is very badly neededj In there paiLs Most every one done threshing wheat Mr Willie Marton Dundee wan tn town last Sunday Mr J C Holderman and wife of Arizona who have been visiting Mr Holdermahfl mother are spending a few days at Narrows with Mrt Petty Misses Mamie Jqnrs and Artie Smith attended the ice creamsnpper at Narrows Saturday night Mr L W Truman of near town Is quite sick at this writing Mr Jesse Whitler of thlspjace and Miss Annie Clark of Vanz nC were married nt the home the bride near Vanzindt Tuesdqy evening They came down Wednesday and will make this their future home Miss Ola Hoover who has been visiting Dr Lynch of Jolly passed through town Friday enroule for her home at Cane Run Mrs Alice Jones will leave In a Jew days for Monctt Mo were she will spend the remainder ot the rmnmer with her two aonsDr Alva anti Ellis Jorcs Miss Artie smith entertained last Wednesday evening In honor of her friend Miss Johnson of Ovrensboto those present were Mtesca Lena Scltli Mimic Jones Ills Roby ned Dora Hamilton Mfssa Loran Whit ler Dock Millar Foster Hardsn Blazer Hcdden and Fulton Smith Mrs Miller of Owcusboro Is visit In her daughter Mrs Dr A B Me CcrtcryMIfli Heater Newman of Louisville Is visiting Mrs I C Adair Mr C W Brown who had the misfortune to loose one of his eyes sometime ago has now lost the sight of his other eye leaving him totaly blindProf L W Godsey who has been visiting his family for two weeks has returned to his work in Louisiana Miss Corda Martin attended Sunday School at Hufls Creek church Sun day afternoon Mr Luther Shreve of Trlsler was called to the bedside of his wife Wed nesday who is very ill of flax at the home of their daughter in Owensboro Miss Eull1 BArniilll 14 visiting her brother Dr J A Barnhlll this week to BEDAKYC- hildreu service wns observed at the U E Church Sunday night A large crowd was present oedR very Interesting program rendered The lltttle tlrnghter of Mr end Mrs Willie Chamberlain who has been very ill of flux Is better Mr Bt1 Bennett went to Hart SaturdayMiss Parks and brother Mar vin went to Hertford Tuesday Mrs Bertha Duke Heflln who hns been visiting the family ot Mr W C Ambrose returned home Tuesday CENTERTOYN KY July 29Mrs H V Phllllpps and Mrs Joseph James are on the sick list this week Mrs Jessie Kayman ol Cincinnati relumed to her Lome this week after a short vhit to teiatlves Lere Mr Tom Benton returned to hit railroad position In 6nlsvlllu last Mondays after a few days visit to friends aud relatives here MIssEmtaa Moiton is visiting rela lives In Lonlsvllle Mr Booth Swain Is having a neat dwelling house erected on South church street A meeting Is la progus here telng conducted by Presiding Eldei laishlng anti Rev O W Shugarl Resolntlons Respect Whereas It has pleased our Gra cious Heavenly Fnther to remove by death from the Hartford M E Sun hay School Miss Jessie Glenn who bad been a faithful member of ou school toni her childhood and whoa rhrlstlau charnctcr and labors of lovt ure worthy of emulation Therefor Left Resolved That In her deathwe sustain a great loss but rejoice to know that our loss Is her eternal gainResolved That we strive so to live as that we shall meet Jessie In that beautiful home prepared for the truly good Resolved That we extend to her bereaved parents and friends our deepest sympathy and would commend them to Him who do th all things well ANNIE PATTON 1 ARTK KATIE TnOUASI ELBA BEEN I iHKNB MrrL U0nlt MCDowELL RJ1C W PROF TJ C v For a lazy liver try Chamberlains Theyinvigorateregulate the bowels and prevent bil Ions attacks For sale by all drug gists m Personal of the Jury The jury Impaneled nt Cynthiana to try Jett and White Is composed of the following men Berry McNeese Tom Northcutt Jasper King John Slade D E McCauley Walter Ten nings Peyton Kitchen DE Fischer W F Berry John A Renaker Den Tate and Martin Vanhook With the exception of Mr Noithcutt who Is a bookkeeper the jurymen are farniem and so far AS Is known all are Demo crate ir 1 Constipation And all symptoms and Results oi lodlewttori IIUItltWl t aM it OH GARLSTEDTS GERMAN 0EI1 POWDER MoDe refll Dd4 If your tpJeelCdI wltll reiMltii bu cured tboaModi b7botyadP UrB 01icktttipToatatBtBrrctoiitcif Morn t luoirrr Coran Ircm coBiupauoaid idigcstlonpnd mrenl1e2s- anD to by Ur Otrmut Ufer one Mom bid doo fint food Steam II a stAlls trUL wh h to loCiCttol Bttk uwi U now I 1Dsad doc ot ittiam 4- 1poossict4IqthIinarner iveft U win cuss ysa 15 ihoala II not prottiiiwiuy ihi iran Io II wjUiorlMd to rtluoajeofooocf TUB AMERICAN PRARMACALCO UvicilHo 1Dd H I otofj H HairSplits VIgorfora hair dressing and for keeping tho hair from splitting at ends J A Gruencnfclder Grantfotk ill splitsfriendships splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you lor every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghas IISCO a ktt All irejrWfc If your drngtflu rannot inpply yoo Mnd 01 ono and we cxprtM JOI1 a bOttlo rWiiitoinrtttathfluatte of juar neVPCireeant5re Adclrwi J C A Kit CO Lowell Jilua RENDER KY July 2841r HP Taylor and daughter Miss SallW Hartford were In town one day ast Week Mr John Fthncls went to Beaver Data last Thursday Mr and Mrs G G Pair ot Hart ford visited their son Mr Me Fair tast Thursday Miss Lucy Janice returned home last Wednesday after a six weeks visit tUb relatives and friends in Pat ilucnh nnd Central City Mr anti Mrs Wttl Reid of Taylor Mines visited Jn this city last Wed neadayMm J L Neighbors of Beaver Dam was the guest of relatives here last week State Mine Inspector Splllinan of Lexington was here last Friday Mrs M Storms of Fordsvllle was here last week Mr Nicholas BarraMTnylor Mines was here last Friday on business Master Rhea Chapman came over from Owensboro last Wednesday and returned Monday Mr Marshal Cooper Central City Was here last Friday and Saturday Prof V M Moseiey went to Beaver Dam last Friday on business Messrs S F Harvey and Richard Francis of Central City were here Monday On business Messrs J SSpence and Fon Stears man went to Central City Saturday sad returned Monday Mr Henry Nail of Hartford was here last Saturday- Mr M F Moore Central City was the guest ot his sister Mrs P Ie Saulsbnrg Saturday Mr Simon Stephens was In Beiver Dam Monday Mrs Sue Graves Frankfort Is vip thug her brother Dr H B Innis Meears S D WardenB C Petty and Charles R Layton Rockport were here Saturday and Sunday Dr S D Taylor of Beaver Damn was here Monday Misses Mabel Maddox Cute Reid Rockport Maude Howard Central City and Golda Moscley Hartford have been visiting Mls Ethel Thorpe since last Friday Mr and Mrs J R Laync left Monday for Jelico Ky Miss Myrtle limes of Rockport spent Sunday afternoon in this city the guest of Miss Lucy James Mr Ed Jones returned home Mon day from a two weeks visit to Hazel Mrs Geo M Maddox and little daughter Rockport visited relatives here Sunday Mr Moses Herrel of Wysox wee here Monday the guest of his son L E Herrel Mr Marlon Tipton of uchestrr WitS here Wednesday Mat H W Jones visited tehtlvea in Certral City Monday Dr J S Fitzhngh of Island and DrJ C Slaton of Sacramento were in our pity Sunday Mr Joe James la on the sick list at this writing The ball game last Sunday between Island and McIIenry teams resulted In the score of 151016 In favor of IslandThere will be a crowd ol young peo pIe from here visit Alrdrie 11111 next Sunday Miss Effie Hughes returned to her home at Cent arClty Sunday Curos Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writer After fifteen days of excruciating pain Irons jtclatlc rheumatism under various treat tryDallardsSnow giving my first relief and the second unquaUfiedrecSiroBtJHi WUIlnrns m I You can for 190 got the iKivnucAN one year and 1ho LOUlbtyi LLEDAILY liER IflX 11Iy 1 in n week for jjf months and have three guises at tho 10000 given xway in prizes thesotwoi pa pops are Jictually worth 300 jiibsqribe now anl sot them brlJOBfr and Jjvo three chances to got a slice mf the 10000 No man or woman in the etotrHrill hesitate to speak weflI Chaw ber alns Stomach nrfdllverTabetll nf ler once trying Ihem They always produce n pleasant movement ot the towels improve the a petite mid tiengtheo the digialiuh Fur tale y all dtuggists 5 5- 1jjjjjjj IN NAME ONLY Was She Gen Clays Wife Says Dora Brock I 2ilIrn1Dorashe will claim that her sixyearold son Cflffilns Mnrcelluo Clay Brook la I the bclr of Gen Mocellns Clay of Whte liall who tiled last week Icav Ing a will which the chlKlron will con1 test Is iihlure She never occupied the relations of wile to General Clay I lie looked upon me ns n child and cared for me as he wonld his own j daughter she arid lodiv lie brought me toys and candy and sat me on his hneoa and 1me stories of his great work in behalf of the negro before the war and of hlo grcntI times in Russia where hr was vorite in the conrtIHe would me wbtn we were alone and finally he would send me oQ to bed retiring In his own room Sometimes In the night be would conic to tee If J was comfortable and spievl bUnkcti over me a CHIVIHGTON COLOIJuly zoWclI ol course I ate that prairie dog the Fourth and all the way that I can describe how be tasted In that he looks like a ground hog barks like a fox squirrel smells like a dog and tatted much like a ponsutn 1so li you want A better explanRtlont than thin just come out and eat one Well I have hilled two rattlesnakes 1 one prairie dog two rabbits nnd a 1 terrapin thin week I hall A bear t bunt the other dRY I was walking over the sand hlllo trying to find n rabbit or anything that we could eatJA when suddenly tw Urge animals nbmit the size of a year old cilf raised their heads out of n bunch of tall grass I knew at once that they were bears my hat went up about four Inches In a twinkle and by that time I vsuj outnc Ittet und had one of them coveted with my 22 rifle know tug that n bad shot would seal my doom I dtcT7 down on him pretty fine and at the carck of the gun Mr Bear tumbled over dead while the other one hid himself in the ground- I pushed In another cartridge and charged and to my great surprise I hall only killed a weaaly little badger antI the other had gone In a bole I always had a great desire to go with President Roosevelt on a bear hunt but it the teal thing is any more ex citing thAn the Imaginary Is why i pleflse excuse me will you and I will I be content to hunt prairie dogs rab bits nnd tuttle doves I J T WHUER L t Some Hot July PricesBest Factory 5c Best Calico 5c v Good Bleach 5c Mens Block Clay Worsted Suits 82GO eizes 35 to 42 4 Youths Clay Wonted Suits Osizcs M to 19 Boys Suits all wool nicHy made 150 Mens and Youths Fait at very low prices Nice Shoes HamillonNrown 125 We carry a general line of Clothing Dry GoodshoL j Hats Carpots Mattings Trunks and Telescopes Como 1 around We will save you money Highest market priCCIIpaid for Feathers Ginseng and Yellowroot Yours for trade I Sam Bach q = = 1e4- SJ I E P BARNES ft BRO I IIANDLKS THE FAMOUS iUg1iicass- Stayer41 1 Buggies t Jj 1 Those Vehicles stand nlono in this mnrkt us to = quality workmanship and material Wo havo been tdistributors of Buggies for quite a number of yoaia 41 and our experience is certainly worth a great deal when it comes to selecting tho Vehicles that arc bet t41 adapted to tho needs and wants qf this trade AVo jb J can soil you Buggies at 1600 5000 6000 G5 and 0000 Everyone are big values for the trade 4 j Wo invito a close inspection of this lino and wo fcj tj know that a look from a man who needs a Buggy l j J will result in a sale It 4lBuggy Harness tJJ Wo are showing an attractive lino of this goods at II tvery moderate prices Elegant Bet of flames and ff 41 Collar Harness at 850 A Singlestrap Seta J41 boautyi00O A Doubled and Stichoci Set wIth flexible Saddle n cork 01 1000 and a 16 41 Set for 1250pW t Buggy Whips and Lap Robes E i 41Whips from lOc to 75c each Lap ttobes from I jj Z 50c to 100 elicit IWagons I4qWe are the solo distributors of OLD II RY IoIirhosogoodiJJ ponso of getting thwh to this market is niaih less t 42 than any other firstclass Wagon consequently we j 44 can give you tho best Wagon sold for Kss money 1 Jj than you would havo to pay fqr ordinary Wagons j Wo carry all sizes in stock with low nitl high ft n wheels Hnmo to Beaver Dam whore yi can got rT T your lnoprs worth in anything you hiatti buy t KP EREcERO J Beaver Dam Rentuckyri 1 id i t kA 7 q r j4 r c 4 t u uut K++H++oH ++++ +JoH++++ ++++f+ Wrm4 1 Weather-I T 1 SpeciJs Whats the use in worrying and complain ing about the hot weather It does no good T The bettor way is to attend Fair CossALE OF HOT WEATHER SPECIALS SPECIAL NO 1ll dozen Mons ExI tr Porcal g1igO Shirts our regular 76c quality c attOc SPECIAL ISO 21O doicu Ladies Blench Vcsts taped neck and ann holesmo8t houses f T sell th01l1 for 5cour sjxcial price 3 for 26c i SPECIAL NO3b dozcii Ladies Fine Sheer 1Iandkorchioftho kind that usually sell for r + 20cour price is lOc- I SIECEAL NO 4Qur rornnaiit stock of Mens Straw Hats Somo sold for 75c 1 and 160 Our special p1ce on nIl SOc SPECIAL NO 5Entire line ot Wash Goods that sold for 12k 9c Those that sold for i 7c Sc lhoso that sold fQr iSo and 20o lOc It will certainly pay you to investigate the bargains we are offering through our entire house All of our Summer Goods must move at some price We cordially invite you to come to this great MOVING SALE of The Bargain 4 Center Is +++++t++H++++++ k Hartford Bepublicany 4FRIDAY JULX 3t Mtou Vnilt Jars ot Carlton urns Rend Dav1e co iikTr Co tu- lCttyistsurant for the nicest CAn dIes la hartford lTry our nice SOUP loe per bow Restaurant i Soda Water Lemonftdt and Coco IJ 1 Cola at City Restaulint City Restaurant for goJd thl scI to r et llurlng Circuit Conrt My That dellcloull Ice Cteom anti Sherbet at City Retaursnt Get a nlellS of nice fteh VIF ut City Restaurant wh 1 In HSltior- dlcGet your nll BIII when in thtttod lit City Reataurant Hvtty thing first ctss- Mngan Utos thTIhtitI443 hush els of wheat sud OtlSlor J B BoLl Olston litat week MitChell W M lieflin Udlln afine farm near Taffy thIs county r Tuesday Consideration 3OO Three hundred palm of Ladles and Mlssc Oxfords It R greatly reduced Nice st Carson Cos Sleclal prices In Idles and Chll- i drtas Slippers and Oxfords I ItcoNOIY Day GOODS STORt t We nevcr get too many Chickens t Eggs Feathers and Hams CARSOf Co Give us you ortIcr rot Ladles Tailor Made Skirts See our line of 1 pies EcoNoM Bam1 We have a nIce lot of hot Pants to dote out lit teduce4 prIces CARSON Co AU Lawns and Suiuner Dresa Good at reduced prices- k UCONQ1iV PRY GOODS STORR W 11 Moore st lIutlou Meat t Market will arn cab from 151 to 2 00 pei dr1 for sprn Jck- CflSr Ji 2at Ice Cream Ices thoapliatea Coc- ai j Cola and Dr P 1arasd aU i1d6 3 cool drtnki at Z Wayne ofl atote 1drug D W Iqug Osteopath h 11 I i w G Uardwlcka Call It needing k treatment Consultation and Examl nation tree 4 fir MI83iitttC Reynolds ormerly of Reynolds Station will make her home ia the Suture with her sister Mrs C f E Morrison- II Uucle Henry Arnit lit presented us with a fine three pohud tomato Tues rfJ day It Is the largest one e have see thu season 1- iI cd Jtt44I4 ++++++++++++f4 Thin Costs at thIn prlcet at Carson 0 Cos Death claimed Elton lUizabeth the lafant dsughtr of Mr Iud MrsMan nle Ward of the No Creel neighborhood Ist Saturday Subscribe for TUE REPUDrlcjw end The louisville Weekly Herald and get ft guess at a slice of the iocagiven away la prizes While attending Court next week take your MfS with D W Wit llama A warm lunch of SteakEgisC- Gaee etc served at any tlllle You can not sHard to miss the op portunlty of having a chlllce to get a slice or the Jtoooe gIven away See our proposition In another column At the time of going to press we learn that Mr W G Ilardwfck who has been m for several days Is very low and Is not expected to recover Uncle Thomas L Allen one of the oldest CItizens In the county died at his home In the Washington iielgh borhood Sunday He was 88 years old campmeetingwhich Grounds Is still In progress Rev Dupee and Rev Sister Cox are doing the preaching LosvA ring containing about seven keys one ordinary door key five small keys Including a straIght key and a key to P O box No 35 Finder will return to thlll office and reetive reward W B Render Hartfordcafled at this omce Satnrday and pleasantly remembered nain a substantial way lie told us that II we would beat Beckhnrn this fall he would take two papers next year and pay for both la advanceTher has been but one marriage licence Issued since onr last tune Arvll flails Centeitown ae 23 year to AmDlI Turly CeulertotJ age 2o years They were married at the Court house In Hartford J1ly 419 Remember ths we are to have nothing to dO with decldlllg the guessing contest Judge Miller hal the key to Iht ballot bx that con talus the gueaea and he with other disInterested pfJtlcs who maybe named wilt dec1e who Is the lucky one alter the candle baa bumed- I CARON CO I Mr E W fliqkaaben with WI far several days selliag the famouS Harden Fire Extinguisher He can I be siya wIth three gallons or water and a small quantity or nitric thatlItto check IThe examining trIal ot Sam Zeown for killing Llncoll Smith which oc I curred C11 the truln between Dcunfielt and Fordavl1le some two or three f weeks AgO took place before Judgi Miller Saturday A deer case o- eelfdelensef was made out and the court very promptly dl5mlssd the Itdefendnut there being no evidence 01 guilt at nU produced The evidence It showed that the two Smiths the on that lott bin lire and a brothcr ha Keowu down and had Cllt his arm hand and his body In several ploce before Keown shot It was a fore gone conclusion that he would be die charged on examining trial A slid event was that of the death of JessIe Glenn oldest daughter of Judge and Mrs T S Glenn which occurred at Eureka Tad July =jrd where she had gone for a short visit She had been away from home only a few days having left here the i8th She took suddenly m of scarlet lever a short while after arlvlng a Eureka AU that Ia known medleal skill was done to save her life but aU proved In vain Not only was Jessie the pride or her parents hearts but she was loved and admired by all who knew her She was just blooming Into young womanhoOd arid It seems hitrd that one so young loyely and noble should be called away but to the wilt of him who dotth alt things wenwc must bow To the bereaved parents we extend our sympathy Dr A S Yewell Osteopathic PhysicIan hours 8 to J2 a m and from I to 4 p m Room Is New Commercial Hotel Female troubles and chronic diseases n specialty Consultation and examination free 24t County Court Notes Orders of specIal terms since regular July term S T Cook administrator of J L Ulea deceased made final settlement at eepclal term July 13th G BLlkena qualified as admlnlstra toe of Eliza 7 Pool deceased and Willie lIardln G S Fllzhugh and WRBean were appolntedappraisera G B Likens qulIfied ai administrator of J M Williams and M J WUIIIUI deceased Ju F Carson qualified U Deputy County ClerkIA T Bell was appointed road Surveyor la place of R A Stewart Solon Chins Was appOInted road Surveyor Instead of Hulbert Hobdy B P Rogers qnillfled as Police Judge of the town ot McTenry Mettle C Rowequalified as guar dlAaor Utta May Rowe G B LIkens qualified all guardian of Lurena B Carson Auction Sale Of Dry Goods Shoes and Clothing On Saturday August 8 wo will ofFer nt Auction our ro mailing stock ofShoes Clothing Hats Shirts and a Gon oral Line of Dry Goods amounting in nIl to about 3000 dollars This will be 911 last day of business in Rockpon and wo will give our Mends and pat rons rin opportunity of securing some rare bargains Not nll articlolii stock for the summer of 1003 will be- caruiod over Como ovory day Each day brings now bargains but Saturday August 8 brings the auction ABKEVILflockport Resolutions Whereas The death angel has ta ken ont or the Hartford M E Sunday School Bro Thomns Taylor who has for many years been a very sub stantlat friend and supporter of our school and also of the great Sunday School cause Therefore be It ReSolved That we deeply deplore his death but greatly rejoice In the hope that we han some day meet him la the great School of Schools In which Jesus will be our Teacher and SuperintendentResolved we extend to his bereaved widow and his many friends our most profound sympathy and that we commend them to the Great Giver of all good and perfect gUts Pap T J MORTON J U B CARSON Com J A ANpuasoN 1 WIIITESVILLE KY July 22Mt R Painter Wedding f Wbltea lIe entetated a few of his frlcnd Wedncaday evening 10- Ji nor of his cousan Mr W W Wed dIngo ot Joulsvllle Refreaments were erved aDd all spent an enjoya tile evening Those present were Misses Mable HoUnd Martha Kit UUler Floren S1mos AnlndGtrttefltckeCtudIa MOtgat Mur- U W dlngtuta Bjmae rtba Nave Stella ltnd ary Wetdiug Annie MeBrady of St Louis lo 0and HaU y Cecil 1tessts W Wedding Jam t1BgIl1 Haweal1Ie- Win Nave Dr J O Stroth r Geo Brooks Robt Holland John cBapp- andPhU Epst lu of Louisville Mri W W VeddIegofLou1avIlI- eisthe guest of his uncle Dr T Jr Wedding ofWhiteavllte 0f I NEW WITNESSES Y Samuel Little Saw Curt Jel Shoot MarcumEwen Tells the Same Story Cynthian July 29Tltere Is a goo d oIf 0HargisNo reason is niitlgned Jorlt except that be Is vtry prominent In the party anti la the presiding judge of thj- Breathltt county court neither of which brings him within the nsunr exceptions to the rule Copt B J Rwcn wau the firat wit ness for the Comruonwcalth lI swore that he woo toUting with Mar cum In the corridor of the con rtbouae Tom White passed and turned his face toward Msrcnm and kept his back toward the watt Marcum sal4j That Is a dangeroua man and I am afraid of him lie said that White passed on and medIately afterward he heard a pistol shot He could lot ten who fired It for the reason that It was behind a corner of the wal4Iii turned andsaw Curtis lett advanch1k toward Marcuw who had IllreadjI fatten nnd the witness them ral thinking that Jutt atm wanted to kill froijidoorleU coming around the corner of tht court house He walked up to the body and sold That Is awful Officers arrived today from flrealht lit county with Samual Little regarded us a stronger witness than either B J Ewes or John t Patrick I It Is stated that Saul Little not only saw leU and White jast before Mar t cam fell and again after the shooting but that he wlthessed the shooting In l the court house with an unobsnucted vision The prosecution says that I he will make this statement all the stand and that his evidence cannot be controverteil- wCharged with Seduction Oweusboro Ky July 27Mlraha1 Mike ackBon of Whltesvll1e tele phoned to the city this afternoon that he would be la the city on the I Cwtrain this evening with Veuoa Sin ncR la his charge and a warrant against him chargIng him with se- dricing a Miss Hays a promInent young lady of that neighborhood The examining trial of Sunset wilt bebere before Justice Rodmari upon hIs arrival NOTICE u All persons that are nQW on our list of correspondents mo requested to write us a fow itmns each Weekor oRiofWil t as once in two weeks Please lot us hnvo something from- each t oi you llext weok 0t Ntw Suits Flied Circuit Court wilt convene MondayS for a three weeks term with a full docket There have been fortyone suIts filed In the Clerks office since the May term as follows JTDooresvaLd Gearyc J W McCutloch vs LMGearyo Robt Reddish vs Joe Reddish c C A Ketley vs t C R R CotDanIel Vaughn vs same Susan P Foreman vs Webster Cate 0eIJosephlue Layton Admr vs Win I Brown G W Reddish vs T j StnithExr Henry N Ellott vsl C R Co White Dunkerson CoV I L Patterson c w H Barnes vs Rls Steves o OUle Ricbird2n vs t C F R Cc A P Stanley vs RT liar Beulah Barnett Collins vs S TbBarnett c Ploy Murphy vs 1 C R R Co Mary M Murphy vs same Jno D McDaniel vs samefOhio County Bank vs D B Cal IInsc S MaryAltord e vs Luke Wilson Fred Tatum VII R I Paris Amos Decker vsC G Ktznbley D L Sharp vs R L Paris Mary So Storms vs Jno D Storms MabelMcDanIel vs Aheln McDaniel- Jatie Baize vs SIlvanu3Baize Rosa Cargal vs Joseph CargiltW P CootiivIRP McJohhsai4- Harriaon I Burton vs Daisy Price N J Allen va Martha AU dtWm M vs iDonghlasLouiBvIlle Clothing Co vs B C Coopetc t T Wright ys W L Shaver George Kuykeqdqllv ula Kny- tkendofl o ii Likens Admr vs Jenny Mlliner c 0S A P Merldethv Lonia PPryorJ- a8 ZI Cobb vs lord8vl1l Block Coal Co Nancy AlfOrd c SolDo Wardrlp Martha n Rowe guardian vsj 0Willis1PPhIUlPf c vsTrustle8 Fords Graded icoL- dirry S onte vs IL H Jones We like best tp call SeOITS EMULSION 1 food because it stands so em 0phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especlt111y- to the nerves its action is that of a medicine sctI rr4 ai1BOWNE banJo fOo4S Pearl Street NVkp- UIdoo alIdto1pu 4444444a- 5 tiHHH1HUHHU PEfSONAL HHU1 Bob11cr Rockport waln torn FrId3y Joe Pnrlr CkarRun was in towi- Tuenday J P Vouter No Creek was In toWt Tuesday Ulmlr Tinalcy Ileiliwrto In town Tuesday D P Glhbilj ItQCk3t wnlllrit ri- e Tuesday oeJBn1tO Centut wnwaslu own Gaturlny j C H Paul Fcrdsvlllr was In town Saturday Wilson Rowe Centretown was here Wednesday I W Tichenor Llvdmolt wae In town FridAY Joe Gentry DarreU1 Ferry WAS lii town FrIday WillIe Park Clear Run wAs In Ullrn Moiidal D F Calved Cent ttowD was h reTueoday hthet S Chinri aeaverDant wan In ownrri1ethky urbert Pork Clear Run was1n town Tuesday Ii L God8e1 19r lsvIlle was In town Saturday SI11J1 Wilson PordslIIe yas hi- townSatnrday Jnek Howard Fordaville was In oIi Saturday JdgeJ B Howard Ford vl1le was n town Friday J Iglebeut Sml1lhlu was In own Wednesday Dr A D McCarty Pordaville was ultown Saturday Prb N Pateraou McReurr wac nton Wednesday mock DavlsBeda caned to us while In town Friday Manihal Barn Keown Fordavlll- eadlutbwn Saturday dit John H Riley Fordsvllle- jwaflntown Saturday IiI John M Graham Narrows as Ip town yesterday J B Boyd and son Centertow- nwasla the city Tuesday Taylor Bartley returned Monrla- yromnear Rockport Ind JcBach Chicago visited Mr and MriI1Sf t1 Bach last week JC Bennett Matauzes called to as while In town Tuesday J13Refiinlayfield calld to sees while In town Wednesday WIJirI1Dl Rheinlander Evansville Inl1 was In town Wednesday JIamr Maddox Ceralvo called to- ceus whIle Iii town Saturday Mrs Rowan Holbrook and child en left yesterday for Dawson W WLoYI Brretts Ferry called o see us white In town Friday R M Young Renfrow called to ee us while In town yesterday Prof C H Ellis Calkoon caned to see us while In town Tuesday Sam A Anderson went to Dawson Monday and will return Saturday J P Loyd Barretta Ferry called to aeeuswilie lu town yesterday R A Owen Adaburg called at his office white In town yesterday William C Wallace No Creek call 4 to see us white In town JJn y L H Condlct Livermore made us a1lea8aat call white In town Friday cf1ravls Davis Beaver Damrnaie I1- Sapleasant ca1l while In town Mondays Prof I S Mason Pordsville wain pfasant caller while In town Prtday G B Smith Taffy made us a pleasant call while In tOwn Tnesday Hubert Stanley Wycox visited his other Dr A P Stanley Wednes Ia Miss Minnie Melttlrc attended lnglng at Walton Creek church Sun ay Mls8 Margrette Davidson attend ed Singing at Walton Creek church unday Jvs P Stevens of Beaver Dam Islted the family of Jailer Black Monday b Mrs Lidia J Tanner of ckIee- Uc n county visited In Hartford t1tweek S MrS Ctirrle LaP lnt of Glasgow 18tedthefamily of D M Hooker his week Ed James Ralston Butler county was a pleasant taller while In town Vedoedu Uncle Sam Bartlett Westtrfitld bade us n very pleasant can white In owir tutda7 MlssTnUe Bach Lonlavilie Is via ting her brothers tinily Mr and rskra Sru1i ch Mr and MriJ Loren Reynoldl- Fordsvl1le visited Mr tuid MIs C R ltorrson Friday amue Keowp Pordsvllle visited li1 SherlU Cal P Kewn here yrklay ad Saurday Ml Willie SimniouSn d Norma HoovCr fleda visited In Hart the first of the wcek Mrs Emma Pulkerson und Miss Eddie verley Ceralvo vIa1tei Miss Minnie fJclfiUr Wednesday Mesors W H Dlivlbson and WII1I- 1Hnrrel of llarrctts Rerry were gueits- of Colt Wedding last MO1daY C t UulT reuxned Tuesday after a weeks absence to visit lriendsat BtEds Eye lad and Louisville Je Davis formerly an Ohio county cItizen who Is nOw living at Owens belO called us U3 white In tOWI1 Fri day iMm Dr fL F Stanley anti Mis Mllcy returned Wedl1esda 1fro an eteoded visit In Hopkins yule Capt I G Keown went to Dawsor- Satuedny to be with hIs wile who I took suddenly Ill after arriving there ThursdayChester Stevens returned Saturday from Bowling Green where he has been rdtending the Bowling Green Business College Miss FJorenc Morton rltnrntd Sat after An extended visit to reInurday tlvCJ ud Irknr In Oceusboro Louisville and IrvluRton herman Rlrkbend J D Hale Sidney GrIffin and George Belly of PhiipotDaviess county visited H E Birkhead Saturday and Sunday Henry Hardwick Memphis Tens arrived Monday to visit his brother W G Hnrdwlck who has been ill for several days from an attack of typhoid flux 0Mr and Mrs Ioren Reynolds Mra C BMorrlsoD nod Miss Hettle Reynolds visited their sister Mrs J N Modrinan South Carroilton Saturday undRund- aL NOTESItIEF U 0A St Louis womlln coked her deas with coat oil and then act fire to It SHe will probably l1l- iAtoalslana man committed suicide by wading mba lake up tJ his neck mid then cutting h1I throat DurIng the recent army maneuvers In Hundary 4s soldiers were over come by heat nineteen died and forty more are expected to die In R fight on Hunting creek In Dreathltt coon Alex Craft shot John Sttdman iuficting a probably fatal wound ahd waS In turn sen- ously cut bStdnau Steven Shanks seventy years old former County Treasurer of Clllton county md committed suIcide at lrankfort md by throwing himself lit front of a Clover Leaf Passenger train Gov Beckham Tuesday appointed Charles D Poynts Democrat and George Denny Republican members of the State Election Commission Appellate Clerk Sliatkclford wlto Is the third member of the commission will call a meeting at an early date Eight prisoners who wer incarccr ated In the MlddCesboro fall made thelre8Co1pe SaUday morning nbout 3 oclock byJDtterlng away scverul of- the heavy Iron and are now In the montatus All with the exeption- offlolanct Dunn and Sam Wens ate hoboes who hnve been attested Over twentY persons were killed and fifty Injured by a gunpower shag same explosion ot Lowell Mass Four bors 2C0 yards distance from the scene of the disaster were klUed by the concussion and houses crum bled like eggshells on every aide The report of the explosion WAS beard fifty miles awayIThe united States battleship Kear sage arrived at Bar Harbor Me Sat urday making the trIp across the Atlantic In rune days and four and one baJr honr an average speed of 13 t6 miles au hour The big vessel Is In fine condition and did not encounter an accident during the long voyage to Germany Denmark and England Alter a tlrrlfie battle with penlten tinny official thirteen longterm prls oners escaped from PoIsons prison California carrying with them the the Warden and other officers to be used ns shields In case of an attack The Warden and two ethers were later relersed but several prison anthorl- Uea were held captives 1he desperadoes are headed for BaltlMoUutnIn and threatened to kill theIr prlroners In case of pursuitby the mllltla which has been called nut WOULDNT BITE NELLIE But Judge RodmanFlnedller for Biting Dock Readers Owensboro Ky July 28Dtck Readers a darkskt1ntdelll eJl the Stuwberry Ridge neighborhood was dismissed this UJornlng In Justice Rodmans court of the charge of bit- Ing a womax Legly expressed the charge woo breach of the peace but Indeed and is fACt It was that named aGQve When jrreated Saturday afeernoon and taken before Justice Rodmtln Dock was nsked whether or not he was guilty He replied Yes sir am guilty judge but what made me do it would wake you do It And the court taking this Cora leaof not guilty set the idallor this morning The vfdCncc howdd thAt Dock had choked and bltton a negro woman unmtd Nellie Bean tInt It also showed that he did It laboth his nee emery and apparently necessary sell defense Nellie was at that deli tical time biting him with a death grip ondirawllng lfDIn R terrific fashion In th with both hands A fine oI sRa8 assesced against Nellie and Dock was dIsmiss ad The court however expressed the ectrajt1itcia Qilinlon that change stle801 tircnmsthnces would have Induced hIm t6 b1te Nellie wo1tXABuhe Btut- bt8pture J1ptt lj 0 Dull ThIngsI July is supposed to be n lull month hut it wont he in this store Vo lrt going to estibJili Ia new record We are going to hold n RUMMAGE s110 Rummaging ho1O moansadjustimig stocks clearing up lots that are brokon closing outseasonnblo goods in season getting in shape for full trade otc To accomplish our object wo must make very low prices Below are n few sam plo bargains But there are otherslots of thorn Can you stay away from sucIi n bargain feast Guess not You cant nflord to lust ListenIS FadtoryCotton 1 Hc yd Bottoi grnde gamo 5c to 7i9 0Cpttoii yard wide 50 ettorgrnUOs 8tne7c 8e Oand lOo All fiQe 911tLnwns 4c Alloightcnt Lawns Gc All toncont r4aviisScA-ll tyolvcandnhnlfcont Ltsns tOe II All fiftecncontLawns12kA- ll twontycont L w s15cAl-ltwentytlvt1cent Organdies 20c r All twontyfivocont Straw HathylSCAll fifty Ol t Straw Hnts 35c All seventyfivecent Straw Rtii 4 UOc All onedollar Straw Hnts 75c onodollarandahzilf Strs Iats 100- 1IonsSatinetto Suits 300- Mens allwool Suitss3sotondolInI Suit4 for750fiftoondollnr Suit for 1000 The snmogrdat r duct on pricoJ101s good nil 00the way through OUt great bigst k C monnd see Como to our July Rummage Sale Carson 8l CO Hartford liy 0 J NO SOLDIERS Guard the Court In the Trial of Jett aUd White Cythtn Ky July 27Court opened 1re today for the trial of Curt Jett and Tom White for the murder of lames B Marcnm In Breathitt county There are no soldiers on- juard over the court or prlsoncts ou account of orders iaauedCapt Os born lIe asked CApt Williams for a detail Often soldiers to be dressed Ba citizens to protect the witness and to cort the prisoners to the jail Capt Wllliamsclnsed to do this and said tliat his men must appear In uDform or not at all Jnde Osbone then issued written ordercomm and big tM sOldiCra to keep aloof Cajt Do J Ewen the chief witness for the prosecution arrived here last night and when he learned that there wCr to be no soldIers to protect him took the first train back to lexington A detail of soldiers was sent after him this morning with orders to bllng him back under at tachment Ewen said that he was In great danger of being killed tie there were seventy five or eighty wets from Jackson several of whom bad sworn to kill him Judge Black for the defense moved the court this morning torn cntlnu ance on the ground that the case could got be transferred to this court because It had beri traflsrerred to Morgan county Judge Qaborne promptly overruled the motion and the selection of the Jury commenced r oPcxz4BansthaTMKkdYnHareAlOet ure Correspondents Wanted We wait a regular correspoudentat each of the billowing places We pafecpesiIes of mailing communici- ti na and furnish TUR RUVUBUcAH tree Write us If you deSire the place tdatanza3 Beaver Darn Ma gsa Daford Tulot Mines VyxT- nlaler Olatoo WbItesvtl1crda- yule Narrows Dundee Hors Branch and Rosine Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness- i 2k truggfU 1 I WILD m6ulaehe or bcar4 uUfI1- 1brruI pc rlelt blsckt u 1 IIUCKINGHAMS DYEira-L UDo I P WU C4 Real Estate Dff YOH WANT A FARM I have some laud for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for lQOO Good conditions and l bargain 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building c Ono dwelling houso and storehouse in Prontis for 500 goodbargain 0IfyonSec mQ S A Anderson Dealer In RtI Estate HARTFoRD KY C81J10nxAE-en t1e lheKirJffiHauA51136n4t Sik5OOOSui1o1Furni1e GIVEN AWAY Ifyoj wautto bo the lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of tim year Jmd got n guess at the 1ongk of time the DIG lhqfirstnumber of hours or the ono guessing tho nearest to tho ox net number of hours the cnn dIe wi1buln gets io Furni- t11g Encl doi1arpont gots On Dollars worth of goods and 1 guess It costs you nothing to guess and you maybe the loky party This is open to nil cash customers Como to Sec us and got moro for your mono than you nio offered elsewhere CARSON co HARTFORD KY Hartford Republican llRIDAI JULY 31 GHI ClA f S CARHRI IIc was tarn lu Maaiison county Ky ou the upland of Tates and Jacka creeks near the Kentucky river on October 19 i8ro ills lath er Green Cloy was born In Powhntnn county ViA August 14 1757 and wan contemporary with the pollttcat leaders In colonial days His mother was formerly a Miss Sally Lewis daughter of Eliza and Thomas Lewis of Eugllsh and Scotch ancestry He was the third child of a family of six Sidney Payne Clay Brutus J Clay Casalus Yo Clay Paullna ClaYt Annie Clay and Eliza Clay constUut lag the immediate family In the order In which they are given His early education was received at the common public school near Tates creek where he and his brother Drutus J were sent together Young as he was his love affairs begun to develop before he had been at school a month and getting Into trouble by reason thereof his lather took him away and sent him to the Richmond Academy and later to a tencber oJ Latin and other classics by the name ot Joshua Fry In Garrard county With the latter young Gay went to Danvllle where his education was continued Later he attended the Jeault College of St Joseph do Nelson county Ky where he studied French under Father Fouche and made rapid progress by learning to converse with some French Catholic student from Louisville oJ whom he speaks with much reverence In his seventeenth year and aner the doath of his lather he entered the old Transylvania Unlverility of Lex ington under Its then President Alvu Wood While there he came In close contact with Henry Clay Rob ert J Brecklnrldge Robert Wickliffe Jesse Bledsoe John Pope and WillIam T Barry with whom he formed a llfe long companIonshIp In 1831 he left Lexington and entered the junior class at Yale College Whedhe started tar Yale he took with him letters of Introduction tQ the leaders of both political parties Including President Andrew jackson whereby the foundations were laid for that political fortune which favored him so much but which he lostby his personal idlosyncracles White in the East he visited aU the large clUes and managed to make petsoual blends and acquaintances of many 01 those whose names form the brightest and best pages In the history of the republicMartin Van Duren Thomas n Deuton John Quincy Adams William Lloyd Garrison Jemes G Whittier Robert G Ingersoll and many others His association with such people IIlcd him with horror at the thought of slavery In Ameticaand his peculiar nature was well fitted for the recep tinn of abolition doctrInes whIch he imbibed with zeal and proninlgated at great length HIs first antislavery speech was on February 3183 up on the occasion of his being selected to deliver the Centennial oration on Washingtons birthday at Princeton He took a prominent part Its the antislavery movement from that dy and even through the war QUARREL WITU REJECTED SUITOR tie was married to Miss Mary Jane- Watfieid at Lexington the daughter of Elisha Warfield and who was known BS one of theheaviest breeders of thoroughbreds and owner of the famous sire Lexington Ills en gagement with Miss Watfidd nearly brought on a duel between hlmselt and Dr DeclareyoC Louisville the alter being a rejected suitor for Miss WAlfields hand lust prior to his wedding his Intended motherdn law handed him a letter which Declarey had written Miss Warfield and which was derogatory of him Clay went to Louisville and finding Declarey he caned him In public and a challenge for a fight followed The fight never took place and a little later Declarey committed suicide Cloy now began to prepare himself for political life and he studied law again at Transylvania In 1835 he was elected a member 01 the Kentucky house of Representatives from Madison lie was defeated In 1836 and agAin elected by an Increased majority In 1837 Ills antislavery pro clivities broke out while at Frankfort and manic him enemies his most vlg orous opponent being Robert Wick nUe Jr of Payette county Clay now moved to Lexington and took up his residence there and again In l8tO lie htcanth a candidate for the Legis- 11m this tllIJI Lorn Pardte Bya- ttIII t 11IIr11rhII r his opponent Ii the election ctnltnt r1I Robert Wicklifi but Clay Ilda1111 hint and uaR etettd Rtllr tntlttlvt tngtaher with Citlyln Curl and I ihn Curd rlslave gdegttnt hlll now jrnn to he a serious Issue and as Clay held such extreme abolition views the slave power sought to crush out aU opposition and set Itrelf agaInst Clay a fact which encouraged him to take- R bolder stand and he arranged for a public address on the Issue at Stan lord The Issues had been carefully made up and Clay was advised that It would be better for him not to penk at aU lie was visited by a committee representing the slave holders whIch advised him of the danger that might attcndhlut ehould he venture taupeak on on the lu but lit the close of the lnterviewCtay- Bald Gentlemen soy to your tilendq that I appreciate their kind ness In sending you to alviae wIth me but God wtlllnc I shall sprat In Stanford on the diy unmet And- speak he did In thus he made ade- cided victory DUULWITU WTCKLIPFE In t84u he was elected a delegate to represent the Whigs In the Nation Convention atHarriaburg Pa and It was berc that ne first met and formed an attachment for Horace Grceley In the meantime several of Clays assoclatra pn the slavery ques tton had been driven Iron the etatCjaud an effort was now made to rid of He was engaged In apolitical ctlnvties when Rollet- tWjeklifetauodUcttl Claya w1e In the uesi whlch la reeenWdnd a duel ho towed Pletol3 were and the aEreemeat waa to fire Len- paces Both men missed and day demanded a second shot but the Sec ouds denied It and the epIsode cam to an end Although the prlnclpaJs left the battleground enemies they afterward became fast friends During tlrls cat belougbt hls famous duel with Samuel M Brown at Sussells Cave Payette county where Brown used a pistol and Clay a knife The lattercameoif beat inthe encounter In which Brown was se verely cut la several places white the bullet Intended for Clay found lodg ment In the end of the leather scabbard In which Clay had carried his knife He waS tried for mayhem as a result of this but beIng successfullyy defended by Henry Clay he came dear It being shown that the fight was the result of A conspiracy to bring it on that Gen Clay might be killed AT BIRTU Op REPUBLICAN r PARTY From this time forward Gen Clay took Ill thee of the antislavery party and became involved In repeat ed dlscueelonswIth the other side and Its lldvoeatesr 1e wan promlent figure att the Chicago convention of Republicans when the party of that mime wadfiret launched on the sea of political fortune He receIved Inca Uon for the porUolloof Secretary of War under Lincoln and was strongly Indorsed for the place by the RePub lIcan press of Kentucky It was not to be however another was named for the office add Clay remained on Kentucky soil for a seaaon Later he was appointed United States Minister to Russia with lieadqnatera at St Petersburg ULI CUUD WIPE The whole story of Gen Clays relations with Dora his child wife Is melodramatic but It Is In harmony with the life of the man and not sus- ceptlble of the old charge of beIng the act of a mania his dotage and not responsible He found hera poor girl belonging to a class considered his socIal Infe- rlors by hIs family and friends and against their protests he made her his wife She was only fourteen and he was elghtyfour but her father consented to the marrIage because It would Rive the girl a home and make her a fine lady They lived together for four years despite the opposition and Intrigue of the Generals children who feared the alienation of his prop erty from themselves A year before hie separation from hllcbUdwfe Gen Clsy gave this explanation of his marriage My first marriage was unfortunate I married In what was called lash tonable socIety I was forced Into divorce for causes which I have never disclosed I sued for a divorce and my wife opposed It Ptnding myself advancing In years I was unwilling to die In the hands of hirelings so I determined to marry agaIn after a long period of bachelorhood I sic- tennlned to try the other extreme of society and marbled a peasant Pour times I to make a match lour times mychlldren interfered and prevented FInally by accIdent Dom Richardson was thrown Into my house She was a very Interesting girl but too youbg for marriage I determined to walt but the Interven lion of my children forced me into a marriage If I had sent her away young ail she was she would have been lost body and soul as others have beep lost under sImilar clrcam stances Her age was represented to fourteen The marriage was legal and the law of all cIvilized nations was consummated no tatter what her age A CRUEL VENDETTA Then came the moat cruel vendetta ever waged against any man In history I have hadused against me fists and steel poison and dynamite and every other wicked devIce that human Ingenuity can Invent Ponds which existed tlifetlme have been blown up with dynamite and turned dry horses sheep and dogs have been killed racks of provender burned up wells poisonedl and the water from two cisterns near the hoiia- etrncl Into the cellar so that the duup sit Crept up throughtthe floors thtough the curpeta through the desks nil tht my pistol therein were runfcd I had the mOlda grip and pneu RI the Bathe time I could get no attTanta Tip uy ont who misrepresented Doris age to me were the first to make WII upon her Of course the object wal to prevent R division of my hereditary ella e Whenever she was persuaded to go away she would return These aUempsat a separation gradually lost their force until V theprsent effort was madet The last time she remalnlJdat White Hall counUnuously for nearly a year and never left the premises What tae- result can be uo one can foresee GROSS CALUMNIES When i married Dora was a hand some anti epringhtly girl After awhile they drugged her from the effects oftvhlch she suffered at times from melancholia Then she Is Irres poneible for her ates One of the mcthola used by my enemt s Is to get up the most gross rut Infamous calumsnles In intended to cause me to discard her most I which I know to be lies find many of them ImpQslble 1 have examined Into all these calumnies with a watchful and a pence traUon which would be natural to ii to a husband and I declared before the Almighty God that I have seen nothing to warrant them Whether she returns to me or not to remain permenUy my wife late will decide I have tried by all human posaiblli ties to do lilY duty as a husband and- a citizen I have exhausted my money my time and my health My eyes Are threatened I can do uq more If all Is lest I can have nore morse My conscience is clear r The Porfoct Liver Modlehie Mrs M A Jollty Noble 0Ttwrites I have used l1elblue fur a number of years and can cheerfully recommend It IS the most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It IS a medicine of positive merit tally aceompllches all that Is claimed for It Malaria find a lodgment In the system the liver Is In perfect order for Its functions Is to prevent the wJtlleI don of fever producing Herbineisa most efficient liver lator Sec at J H Williams m cJAI9RORTg Bean teeTttKid YJa fiJtt Atr3rs BcJgtt- 11Saltnro 4j i- An Established Institution The Southern Normal School of Bowling green Ky needs ISO Introduction to the public having been In constant and suceefnl operatIon for more then a quarter of a century Daring this time It has trained thousands of rersons of aueceas lift Its graduates are to be found tvervnhueI holding positions of honor trust and profit The Southern Normal opeatu the schliC1 of law Music mecaHon Oratory Pedagogy Prep1r tory County Certificate State Certificate Junior ScIentIfic Senior Scientific and Classic Courses Those contemplating taking any of those Courses should write for a handsome Cata log and Illustrated Jouraal zfendon Course wanted Address H H Cherry General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky Bob Taylors Nephew Shot Middlesboro Ky July sNewl has been received of the killing of Jerry Jartilgan at lsFollette Tenn thirty miles from this city by John L Smith a saloonkeeper It Is said Jarnigin who was salesman for the East ilunessee Brewing Company and llnith quarreled over the amount oca till Jarnigan was shot twice He was a nephew of exGovrnor Robert L Taylor Brutal Husband CIncinnati July 25The wife of Policeman Ritter was found today dying from carboUe acId pound over her body She says her husband from whom she Is separated broke Into her apartment last digit and poured the acid over her He was seen last night by a fellow policeman to whom he saidhe had burned his hand In an attempt to prevent his wile committing suicide He cannot be found today CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hara Always Bought Bears the 1Signature ofeRIPANS Tabules Doctors find A prescriptionFor The a eent puketi enough tor oual otcaetona oUIplrfori I Take The Republican I Idea Sum mat good 4Foroete an Ideal summer food ho cause It contains elomenta for nourishing every organ of the body 11 en117 dlgCfite- dacates what wo know U Ytgar and at thIS earns tlmo does not make u rtrerof are out of the blood rncT O BToUITOX tiY19wr H 1 1 LOOKI STITCH IN TIME Yen thr loos up the Betttt that Calomll Oaillint THE OLD TONIC As well a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Malarial Fevers and Bilious Fevers Jost what you need this stuon m1Rwrtn Mild Sedative Tonic Q ARANTEE Try Doot take any All 50c l llottlc COMt1 Y tort KY JUDGE HARGIS TALKS I tee Lexington Ky July asked for his te such an Interest In the trial of J tt and White and his attitude In rftard to resigning from the Sttte Central Corn mlttCJ and what vrere expected at the trial tomorrow Judge Hargla stated The reason why I am trying my bEt tJ lefen- dCutts JeU and Tm WhIte h b cruse I believe them both to be lane nt of the charge of killing James B Milt cum If I did not believe that I gould not help them I stand for three things and will continue to stand for them no matter what hap pence My first consideration Is for the Baptist Cburch my second for the Democratic party and next cornea my people In regard to tbt trial of I2ynthlana tomorrow I donot know what will developed beyond the fact that Ewen will be Impeached A number of wit nesses are golllg for that purpose and 1 have wIth me some affidavits made by officials of Breathitt county that will have a direct hearIng on the case liAs to my resigning Irom the corn muttee while considerable talk has been Indulged la and certain news papers seem to be after mr I have this proposition to make Il fifty men from each of the sixteen counties whIch comprIse the Tenth district will ilgn a petition requesting to resign and will swear that they aTe Democrats and voted for Goebel and Bryan I will resign my membership on the committee Better than this If fitly men Breathitt county alone will make an affidavit that they voted for Goebel and Aryan and will ask to resign I will not only resIgn from the committee but resign as County Judge of Breathitt JIm Damp exsltedWe do not Os Summer da7s so close Balldandbothre I dad stew A dlah of Force abowl ofereAm- li the food to hoar w411- nftad keeps us cool Ispo4 Suony Jim tDO I blood pester Jroo L CAU TORR rt For Xnfanta and OhUdron waars rauAThe IliIwad Bnugh Bears thef Signature e of 4 In- Usea Ovar Thirty Years I i tat alaaU eerM aw redden 2IPT I ttugAeU o 11vrand RELIADLEJetem EXCELLENT GENERAL ire FevemSwamp Sh LazaUve Nervous Splendid it Sntstitnete Druggists SUCCESSWORTH KNOWINPREPARED O- VortnIIUlotbeRoutbpIY IingbaTonfaarteetremeJy 1lTroaroRArIDand atlMalarlaIFerereLOUISVILLE fIIlResIgn p7Beingi ron I developments 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