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I V tc UqrnblkanJ i Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 No 14 REPUBLICAN RALLY The Rag Raising and Speaking- at Baizetown Largely Attended The Republican rally and flag rais Ing at Baizetown lat week was at tended by one ol the largest and most enthusiastic crowds which has as assembled In that section of the coun ty for years People began to arrive from all parts of the county at an tarly tour and by one oclock when the speaking began a crowd estimatedat from a thousand to fifteen hundred people had assembled Speeches S were made by Col C M Barnttt Judge R R Wedding and Hon M L HeaTln and were wtll received by the crowd A nag bearing the pictures of Roosevelt and Fairbanks was presented to the Republicans of the community It was raised on a pole 102 feet high which had been erected a few days before The days rally seemed to be ap proved by every one present A Septuagenarians Birthday Dinner Rev K M Crowe was 75 years old last Friday and a few of his old friends gathered at hit residence to help him celebrate the day with a birthday dinner We submit a few short sketcht ot those who were pres ent Bro Crowe was born in Allen county Ky October 15 1829 Ills fami ly on the paternal aide were Scotch Irish and English On the maternal side pure Scotch Ills parents like himself were Methodlsls He lens been a member of the church 62 years and a minister of the gospel 49 years Rev Gabriel Jackson Bean an octo genarian who has probably conduct ed more funerals and niairled more couples than any body else in Ohio county was also present cheery and puppy as a boy Bro Bean was born September 6 1823 He was convert to Christ January 2J 1844 and joined the Methodist Church next day Was married October 17 1845 Was licensed to prench in the fall oJ 1861 Mr Jesse Potter another guest was born in Shelby county Ky Jan nary Z4 1829 He was of English parentage He has been a Method 1st 38 years Mr Louis Gunther was born July 14 1832 in the town of Landau Rhine Bavaria Gnnnny lIe was of Catholic parentage He was christ if eneti at birth and confirmed at the age of twelve years He carte to Ameri- CA In 1847 and has made his home in Hartford for the last forty years He joined the Masonic fraternity in I Stiff Dr J S Motion was born May 24 1828 His parents were of English descent Together with himself they were never allied to any church nl though firm believers in the flbi and its teachings This worthy son I of Esculaplus exhibited in a great measure the noble impulses clan ex alted humanity by raising a very nice 4 purse of money which he presented to Bro Crowe and wile Ui a memento ol the occasion and for which the old folks return most sincere thanks Mr R M Walker was born In Nel son county Ky November I 1825 He IB the son of Richard and Sallie Basey Walker who were of Scotch and Frencji descent respectively- J S Vaught was burn May i 1829 in Muhlenbtrg county Ky He is of German descent He Professed re ligion at the age of 18 and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church 0- 11WhICb he has been a member ever He was ordained elder in i8sgTw other old gentlemen who werfr Invited Messrs W B Render and Wm Foreman were unable to be present Tbelr absence was noted as their prtaence I would have added much to the erjoyment of the occa sion While still seated at the table the boat requested Bro Bean to read a part ot the seventyfirst Psalm after which prayer was offered by Bro I rowe Some of the good ladies of Hnrt 4 fod never to be excelled in deeds of kindness added to to the joy and de light of the occasion by sending in fruits cakes etc The occasion was indeed highly enjoyed bv all present e GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The attendance at the Worlds Fair last week was 939 774 and the total attendance since the opening up to Saturday night is 14 316230 Secretary of State McChesney refused to allow the peoples party lead ers to file petitions to get the names of congressional nominees in the First Third and Ninth districts on the offi cial ballot because he claims they were presented ten days after the limit expired as prescribed by la- The Interstate Commerce Commie sign issued a report showing the number of casualties to persons on rail roads in the United States for the fis cal year ending June 30 1904 to be Ol this number were5S 3f 3797 killed The total number 01 the collisions and derailment was 11291 Kentucky stands far up in the land in the list ot awards made to the ex hibitors at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position having a total of 186 divid ed as follow Six grand prizes thirtyfive gold medals fiftythree sliver medals sventytwo bronze med als This record too is made in the face of the fact that there were only three Kentucklans in the juries ol awards WHITESVILLE Oct t9Mr P H Hafley has re turned from Louisville Mr D F Brooks acid son George went to Louisville Sunday Messts J W Day and Lawrence NorrlH Osvcnbbaro are visiting friends and relatives here The Baptist protracted meeting be gau heremonday night Itis being conducted by Revs Compton ot Owenstoro and T J RatcliiT Fords villeProf A P Thomas is on the sick list Miss Fannie Edge died last week and was buried from St Marys Cath olic church Miss Sue Moseley went to Fords vllle Sunday Mr Chas Kissinger Fordsville was in town Sunday Mr F Coome Knottsvllle was here Sunday Mrs Chas ChalQu Owensboro Is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J G McCarty and attending the meeting Missrs J H Wheatly and R E Knott hive gone to St Louis to at tend the fair The Cash Grocery keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Lard BaconHamsFlour Meal Coffee SugarVeg etables c They will sell at low figures and treat you right Give them a call WALTONS CREEK October Ig1he farmers in this communityare about done sowing wheatRev B F Jenkins of Beaver Dam reached at Rough River school house Saturday night Mr Eddie Ashby and Mr Otis Brown ire attending the Worlds Fair this week Mr 00 Williams visited in the Washington neighborhood Sunday Sam Bilbro and wife of Muhlen burg county visited relatives in this community Saturday and Sunday Misses Grace Heflin and KdnaTich enor of Centertown visited Misses Mattie and Eflie Stevens Saturday night and Sunday Mr Herman Maddox visited his parents near Rockport Saturday and SundayRev L P Drake and wife of Cen terto n visited iihe family of Alvin Ross Uiiduy The debating society at this place is progressing nicely Several from this place attended church at Ceateitawa Sunday night tM ELECTRIC LIGHTS Modern and UpToDate Plant Will Be Installed Here at Hartford Within the next few weeks a company the personnel c f which has not been learned will begin the erection af an electric light plant in the town of HartfordThe will be a good sized one consisting of about 800 lights sup ported by a onebundredhor epowet engine and will be of the most modern make uptodate in every particular Lights will be furnished to any or all business houses or resident houses at a very reasonable price and in all prob ability arrangements will be made to have the town lighted by the plant Mr J W Hale of Fordsvllle will install the plant and will be the chief electrician and operator When the plant is fully installed and placed in operation Hartford will have realized H long needed enterprise and every citizen should give it and Its projectors loyal support McHenrys New Hall The Odd Fellows and Red Mens Hall and Opera House at McHenry has been completed at a cost of 7000 including heaters lights furniture stage scenery Cc The building is one of the mcst complete and modern of its kind in the State It embraces a large hall and roomy anterooms upstairs for lodge purposes and an uptodate opera hall on the first floor It is a brick of modern structure The lodges have appointed Mr R F Stevens custodian of the building and Messrs SJ Tichenor and IL S Sanders as managers of the opera house The managers have some good shows in prospect already and will likely open the house to the public in November SALEM Oct 17Elder J W Bristo of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at Cane Run Saturday and Sunday Mr Isaac Christian who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Mr George Jamison is at home this week from Tennessee Miss Sara Awtry has the remitting lever at this writing Mrs Bettie Wilson ot Horse Branch was the guest of her friend Mrs Luck Brown to day near this placeBorn to the wife of Mr G J Christian October 15 a fine boy Mrs Bethar St Clair visited her sister Mrs Meda Raley last week She returned to her home in Rosine Sunday Her grand daughter Miss Lucile St Clair accompanied her homeMr and Mrs G W Wrlson and children were the guests of Mr Wil sons fatherMr SM Wilson Sunday The latter has been on the sick list but issome better now SMALLHOUS- Oct J9Ernest the infant son of Mr and Mr Charlie Bullock died October 14 and was burled the isth at Equality Rev E D Boggess Beaver Dam was the guest of Mr P B Taylor Saturday evening Mrs Mary J Barnard and son Mr Jake are the guests of Mrs Emma Nicholls at Madlsonvllle Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway and daughter Maude were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Trunnell Utica the latter part of last week Mrs H D Hunt and Mrs Cordelia Addington were the guests of Mrs Theo Howell Saturday Mrs Tom Balls and son Center town here the guests of Mrs Bud Bullock Friday and Saturday Tom Godsey and family are visit ing Mrs Godscys parents in Breck enridge county Mrs C Roll Muhlenberg county is the guest of her sister Mrs Igle heartMrs Jennie Ball is the guest ot her daughter Mrs Bud Bullock near South Carrollton Miss Sophia Ball was the guest of her cousin Mrs P L WoodCeralvo last week Miss Oroa Maddox Rockport Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox She IB on her way to Rockport from a trip to the Worlds Fair She will return to Rockport Thursday- Mr Charlie Robertson and daugh ter Godman attended church here Sunday t Miss Eiilah Tilford Matanzas was the gueat of Mr and Mrs Ed Balls Saturday right MiMiMiry Balls has returned from a visit to her slater Mrs T B Igle heart Matatzis Mr Wlc Overbults who didnt teach laetweek on account of scarlet fever in his school returned Sunday to take up same Monda- ySAMPSON I FOR LIFE Court of Appeals Decides That His Trial Was Regular and Proper The Kentucky Court of Appeals re cently handed down an opinion af firming the Ohio Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth against William Sampfon Sampson was tried here at the March term of court and found guilty of the oflense ol murder and his punishment was fix ed at confinement in the penitentiary for life The higher courts decision is to the effect that he must serve out the life sentence The murder for which Sampson was tried was that of old man George Cox and occured at a dance in the Rochester neighborhood last Christ was Without warning he drew a revolver And with deliberate aim fired a shot in Coxs breast Samp son claimed that the pistol was accidentally discharged but the jury de cided otherwise He will soon be re moved to the Eddyville penitentiary where he will unless pardoned or paroled serve the rest of his natural life RENDER Oct 1SMiss Tude Chlnnof Lou Uvllle was the guest of Misi Madit Engleby last week- S F Howey of Central City was here on business one day last week Miss Gertrude Stokes of Island was the guest of Miss Nellie Harris last week Rev Hiram McMillion of Liuton Ind is here at this writing- L E Herrell was in Hartford on business one day last week Judge and Mrs L Francis were shopping in Beaver Dam last Friday Mrs M Moseley of Pellville was the guest of her son Prof V M Moseley last week Mrs Jno F Mocker and daughter Miss Lizzie are visiting relatives in Indian Territory- W T Ingram moved his family from here to Herrin Ill where they expect to reside for the future Wm Cargal returned home from Indiana and Illinois where he has been for the past nine months Mrs L E Herrell and Miss Josle Maddox were shopping in Beaver Dam last Saturday Mrs E L Myers of Island is vis iting here Mis Lon Williams of DeHaven is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G W Burton Mr Cbas Wilson of Central City visited here Sunday Dr Henry Smith of Prentls was here Sunday Thos Gaddis Jr of Central City was here Sunday Paul Landrum of Rockport was here Sunday Ed Mossbarger of Louisville was here on business yesterday P J Quinlan of Paducab was here on business yesterday Messrs Baggerly and Massie of Louisville were here on business to dayMrs S E Hocker Leitchfield is visiting here Isaac Oser went to Owensboro yes terday on business DRFENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF Siu- y pals Inside or out iufrom 2 to 5 uiiuutos A MYSTERIOUS DEATH John Miller of Hardin County Leaves House WellFound Dead in Field Last week Mr John Miller an es teemed farmer of Hawea Valley in Hardin county met his death in a way that will remain a mystery possibly for all time He left his house in the evening before supper time to look at a field I of corn and was apparently in the best of health not returning at bed time a search was instituted which was kept np until 3 oclock the following morning by a hundred of his neighbors and friends About 3 oclock a m Mr Millers body was found by his son in a field near by but the body was cold in death Mr Miller was still wearing his eye glasses and hatand was lying on his back No evidence of foul play heart dis ease or other cause ofdeath was found I by the physicians who examined the bodyMr I John Miller was the only brother of Mr A G Miller the popular Mill man and farmer living at Beda List of the Republican tiectors of Kentucky FROM THE STATE AT LARGE James B Wilhoit Ashland Ky Geo Denny Lexington Ky First djstrlct Thos B McGregor Benton Ky Second district David Browning DlxonKy Third district J McKenzie Moss Bowling Green Ky Fourth district John P Has well Jr Hardinsburg Ky Fifth district Matthew J Holt Louisville Ky Sixth district David B Wallace Warsaw Ky Seventh district Louis L Bristow Georgetown Ky Eighth district B J Bethurum Mt Vernon Ky Ninth district Osborne E By ron Ashland Ky Tenth district Henry D Fitzpatrick Prestonburg Ky Eleventh district William H Ramsey London Ky REPUBLICAN NOMINEES FOR CONGRESS IN KENTUCKY First district Jesse C Speight Mayfield Ky Second district W H Overby Henderson Ky Third district William H Jones Glasgow Ky Fourth district Ben L Bruner Hardyvllle Ky Fifth district William C Owens 734 Third street Louisville Ky Sixth district Leslie Ap plegate Covington Ky Seventh district Joseph W Calvert Pewee Valley Ky Eighth district Nelson I 1 Mens Suit12001 Pair Shoes 350 1 Hat 250 1 Shirt 75 1 Collar and Tie 50 1 Pair Sox 75 1 Handkerchief 15 2015 All 375 BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS Of America Use Peruna For All Diseases I MRS HENRIETTA A S MARSH Womans Den volcnt Association of Chicago Mrs Henrietta S Marsh President Womans Benevolent Association ot 821 Jackson Park Terrace Woodlawn aajI la grippe for seven helped mo until JC tried Peruna 1 felt at onco that I had at last secured the right medicine and kept steadily Improving Within three weeks I was fully restored Henrietta A S Marsh La GrIppe epidemic catarrh Peru na is of national fame as a sure cure for catarrh in all phases and stages If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 D Miles Nicholasvllle Ky Ninth district John B Bennett Greenup Ky Tenth district Theo B Blakey Beattyvllle Ky Eleventh district Don C Edwards London Ky Coach Excursion to Worlds FairI j Commencing Sept 18th coach excursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday ol each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not good in sleep ing cars S B VAN METER Agt I The Brown Mercantile Co TWO SPECIAL J COMBINATION OFFERINGS YOU SELECT YOUR CHOICE FROM OUR STOCK NO SHODDY GOODS IN THESE OFFERS No1 for1040Y- our saving Catarrhal No21 Mens Suit 850 1 Pair Shoes 250 1 Hat 150 1 Shirt 75 1 Collar and Tie 50 1 Pair Sox 25 1 Handkerchief 10 1410 All for 1200 Your saving 210 These offers expire October 31 1904 so come early and get first choice I The Brown Mercantile Come IXCOUlOHATKPl McHENRY KENTUCKY Za r I1 RAPID WORK Will Be Done on Panama Ca nal in the Future Commissioners Make Report to President Concerning Prog ress on Big Ditch At a recent conference of the Pana ma Canal Commissioners with the President the Commissioners left with the President n memorandum giving in considerable detail the work accomplished nnd in hands on the Isthmus It shows that there are now between two and three hundred engineers and others sent out from the United States engaged in the en gineering and construction work and upon sewerage and water supply with a force of from 1000 to i2oolaborern This dots not include the sanitary force nor the force ol the Governor of the zone nor the personnel of the material and supply department Surveying parties are at work in the vicinity of Colon maklrg plans and estimates for au inner harbor and also for the work to be done in the outer bay i also at Gatun surveying and boring at the various proposed dam sites in that neighborhood and for a cutoff known as the Tiger f Hill line between Gatun and Tiger hill At Bohio the surveyors are making detailed surveys and studhs and investigating the various dam sites that have been proposed in that local ity At Gaboa they are making de tailed borings and surveys and estimating I for a dam at that point also a survey ol the watershed ol the Cha gres river above Gamboa and sur veys and Investigations to determine the possibility of spillways into the Pacific on the one side and the Carib bean on the other a survey and ex amination with estimates lor thepro posed dam at Alhajuela is also under wayAn engineering corps along the main line of the canal in the vicinity of Culebra is making surveys to de termine the feasibility of straighten ing the lines of the French company and to determine the amount of ma terial removed and to be removed In accordance with the different canal plans under consideration Another engineering force is constructing a reservoir in the valley of the upper Rio Grande which will furnish a minimum supply of 2000000 gallons of water a day for the city of Panama also a distributing reservoir for the city of Panama at Ancon It aso is making surveys and estimates for a sewerage system for Colon and plans are being prepared for the construc tion of a harbor there The average amount of material taken out of the Culebra cut has been from 1000 to 1500 cubic yards a day and when everything is favorable ft InDIGESTION I was troubled with ach trouble Thodfords atomIDraught did me more In one week than all tors medicine I took in a- yearMRS SARAH E I BUIRPIELD Ellettavllle Ind Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates the ao stomach and ofindigestion Thedfords Bionally you will keep your perfect THfDFORDSj lA DRAUGHT I More sickness ia caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedford3 BlackDraught not only ro lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and koepa the bowels regular All druggists sell 2cent packages BlaokDr bowelsISneadeFurry i I COHSTIATIOFIC7E1 The Kind You Have IQi FALL STYLES =l Uncle Sam Thi I have on will do for some time yet I times 2000 cubic yards This is with the use of old French machiner available The three modern stea shovels which are to be put at woe at Culebra will increase the cut five fold Hows This We oHer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Sc Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have know F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believed him perfectly honor able in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucus surface ot the sys tern Testirnonals sent free Price Druggistslake stipation m OASTOElXABurn thethe Kind You Have Always BougH Signature 11of Roosevelt as an IssueIalter another the various is IIOne the campaign have been taken andjas every they have proved a boomerang There is friendsIly not in all history have the acts and utterances of any single man been brought out so clearly for examina tion and investigation as have the acts and utterances of Theodore Roosevelt Probably no man occupying the various positions of trust and the various offices of honor and re sponsibility ever made so few mis takes as has Theodore Rocsevelt The fact of the matter is that the more one studies the character of Theodore Roosevelt the more one be comes impressed with the fact that above all he has been sincere honest and absolutely unassailable upon any ground in which he has interested himself for the good of his country and his fellowmen He has well il lustrated this point in a few of his epigrams none of which is stronger than the words Give to every man a square deal There is no worthy man so humble that cannot have the friendship and the help of Theodore Roosevelt regardless of race condi tion or color There is no question which pertains to the publics good which pertains to the prosperity and progrets of our country whichcannot I have the advocacy ODd support rf Theodore Roosevelt Therein lies the secret of the esteem which he has compelled from every citizen who lives a man of integrity a man ofII honor and a man of action Such a man we believe should and will on the Sth of November next obtain anI overwhelming majority of the votes oyf ormbrotherk hood of map Many Mothers of a Like Op inion Mrs Pilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was sub ect to croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlains Cough Rem reliefnMany mothers in this neighborhood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their children For sale by all druggists m What President Roosevelt Says ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT The art of successful selfgovern ment is not an easy art for people or for individuals Above all the administration ofthe government the enforcement of the laws must b fair and honest Remember that in popular govern ment we must rely on the people themselves alike for the punishment and the reformation The government can not supply the lack in any man of the qualities which must determine in the last resort the mans success or failure On the other band the public that exacts a promise which ought not tube kept or which cannot be kept is by just so much forfeiting its right toI selfgovernmentWhile firmly believe In fixlI ty of policy I do not believe that that policy should be fooilized and when conditions change our governmental methods to meet them Most certainly we should never in voke the interference ot the State or Nation unless it absolutely necessary but It is equally true that when confident of its necessity we should not on acadlmic grounds refuse itfNo action by the State can do more than supplement initiative of the indi vidual and ordinary the action of the State can do no more than to secure to each individual the chance to show under as favorable conditons as possi ble the stuff that there is in him The best constitution that the wit of man has ever devised the best institutions that the ablest statemen in the world have ever reduced to prac tice by law or by custom all these shall be of no avail if they are not vivified by the spirit which makes a State great by makjng it citizens honest just and braveG- REATNESS No nation as great as ours can ex greatIness conic and labor Rarely indeed have onr greatest men made issuesthey have shown their greatness by meeting them as they arose The old days were great because the men who lived in them had mighty qualities and we must make the days h n great by showing these sitne qual flies Al times r great crisis comes in which a great people perchance led by a great man can at white heat strike some mighty blow for the rightmake a lung stride in advance along the pall of jiutice nod of ord r ly liberty Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing n thing thoroughly Of all the salve you ev er heard of Bucklcns Arnica Salve is tho best It sweeps away and cures films Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2oc and guaranteed to give satisfaction by Z WIno Gnllin Bros Druggist n1 Greenlands Icy Mountains Think of sections bigger than Rhode Island being torn from a glacier and swept off into the ocean to be ferried 3 ooo miles on the bosom of the Labrador current until the heated waters of the gulf stream cause them to vanish from human ken Then can one form some idea ot the immensity of the ice area discharged from the Greenland seas each year says Leslies Magazine Thousands of miles of valley are constantly emptying their contents It to the bays and fiords of the north wateis whence the tides hurry the detac ments southward to cumber the wide Atlan tic The disposition of icebergs to turn turtle is one of their most dan gerous propensities It arises from several causes When they start out from Greenland their bottoms are heavy with the detritus gathered in their glAcIal period and this drops off at intervas as they move south c using their center of gravity to change and the berg to assume new positions The scientific theory of the formation ot the vast submarine plateaus which extend from Labrador to Fundy and are commonly known as the Grand Banksot Newfoundland is that they are the products of the deposits of bergs during countless ages I aaPill Pleasure- If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you know what pill plensnre is These famous pills cleanse the the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant eilVcta they do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to the tissues and organs of the stom ach liver aud bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Bears Bought of CIASIJORAtZ Knew His Anatomy That picturesque figure Francis W Cushman atthe Stae of Wash ington has a breezy nnd rrlglnal mode ot expressing himself at timesA or a two ago Mr Cushman who was extremely desirous of reach ing Washington in order to attend an extra s = lon of Congress experienced con Her ble d lav in reaching his destination When he did the ses sion was nbiut at an end The delay had ben occasioned by a lawsuit in which Cushman was interested which necessitated his going to Alas ka from the State of Washington and back the journey to Washington had caused him to travel more than 7 000 milts So when Mr Cushman arrived at the National Capital he was as he himself confessed a bit In reply to a question by a friend whether after the long end rough journey he was not sore the Washington man said j Sort I should say I was I am sore from the umbilicus to the EuI ph rates and from the home base to the equator It And as he gave vent to this ret markable expression the Representa tive indicated by sundry gestures the portions of his injured anatomy presumed to correspond to his descrip tion I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrJingsH- eidi Discovery For Prlca CONM1rlUrIUN 50ch 1100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Dottle free 1 BEST FOR THE BOWELSIIt yon httTont a regular heilthy movement of the boneli overr daryouralllnrTrlll bo 1 bowels open and bo well force yourI violent rb1 c or rill poison is rlancerou imoothcit eailoit most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear L CANDYI I IEAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste flood Do Good Never Stckn eaken or Orlrell0 25 and to cents porboi Write for tree sample sod book let on health Address IU- Sttrllnf Remedy Cempinjr Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Nlnetynlna of everyone hundred people who have heart troubU can remember when U was simple Indica lion It Is a scientific fact that all cues of hurt disease net organic art not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells tho stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with tho action ofI the heart and In the course of Umo that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr DKiubUof Nevadi OUJTJ I bid Itomatrouble and wai In a bad tUtt as I had hurt lroubleIwith It I took Kodol Dripeptli C ta lOt tnonlhJ and It cured ma Kodol Digests What Yu Eat and reteves tho stomach of all nervous J strain and the heart of all pressure Bottle onljr 4100 Sits holding tic tlmaf the trW rt which sells fer SOc Prepared by I 0 DWITT A 00 OHIOAO h pnintipn 5 01 g mot III 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ACT OT LOUIS A l IBouoIflos GollOO rTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT YearIcontsR Law Business ShortUand writing Penmanship Telegraphy and Civil Service Any student who enters tho BowS COLLKUK Muaic extrachargrsUe sure and mention course wanted when you write Catalogue free AddressIIf nOnKUUY General Manager t BOWLING GnerK Cc I l 1LINCOLN KNEW SCHURZ- Latter Was the Same Fault hind er He Is TodayPresidents Just Rebuke Forty Years Ago the Shifting Potttfdan Was Regarded as Pertofrafa a tor Part Nov W 1802 My Dear 81r4 have Just received and road your letter of Uw 20th The purport of It IB Runt we lost tbe Into election arK tOO ndminltitrntlon la falling because the war Is unsncceasful und that I mu t not flatter myself that I am nut JiwUy to blame for It I ecr tnlnly know that Jf the war falls UMJ ndmliilHtrntlon fulls and that I will be blaii l for It whether I ikscrvo It or not And I ouxht to lw blniiica If I could do Ntter You think I cotthi do tlHtter therefore you folnrno monlrcwly I think I coulfl not Uo Iwttcr tbcrefon 1 blame you for blaming mo I timler stand your now to foe willing tx ncoept the liof nK1I wlto lire not Ikpublic 1 Ills pn vhleil Uicy hiive heart In It AKnctl 1 wont no others lint wIll Is to foe tlm Juilge gf liearts or of heart lu rt If I must discard my own Judgment and take yours I must also take that of others mud foy till time I Kl oul l rejt ct nil 1 fltioiiM be nil vlsul to reject I uhouhl haw none left IteimlillcniiH or others not own yourself Ir be UHMtiml my dear sir then ore men who love heart In It thut think you nn Krf rmltiK pnrt as juxtrly ns you think I am j ourI fnnnliiK minx I trrtirlnly hove dlxHatlstleil with the slowness of Btiell and Meridian but before I relieve l them I hud ijnwit ears I Rhmilil rot 1l11l1 iiee tnI to thelll who ltlllhillnhI ter and I tun sorry to add that 1 hov- e4uou llfiie IIlncl to rcllcne those fears I do not clearly see the prospect of I any morn rapid movements I fear j we slotH at last Shill out tlmt tlK dltll mlty IH In our caw rather titan In Pill tlculnr jniienilK I wish to disparage iio one wrtnlnly not those WH sym j pathlxe with nitbat I must lIa neeil sii W w inore tlito I need VI1lI pa thy and tlmt I have not seen the so much greater evidence of getting HIIO OSH fnim my xyinrmttilztn than from thot who aiv denoiuutxl as the con trary It does aerm to uicthnt hi the Held till two clauses have IHMU very much alike In what they have dune and what they have frilled to do In settling their faith wHh their htood Maker mod Lynn and Hohleii und Ilcli unison ItvmilillcMiis dill all that men p could do but did they any more thnu Kenniy mini Stevens and Itcno und Manstleld mime of whom were Ihipub Heans and sonw ut least of whom have been bitterly Hud repeatedly denounced to me iw ttv4ibn syinKithlzer 1 I will nut Perform tin ungrateful task of i trj1uthi t11llog of fnllgre liT nll Ir to 1111 1 t t + tlon lInsI It sot IMMJJ pulillily stitteU in the news papers iinil pwiivntly provctl as n flirt that Grim the conimeiuvinntit of tilt war the enemy wsts continually sujriliid with Informal Inn by mie of the iiiilidetitliil MUlMmlliintw of us Im IKirtnnt an ttll ir as AdjuUint Ceneml TlsomtisT I must nay No as far 11MI my knowlcdj extendscid I add that It you Mill give any tangible ovl dcnce UJMIII the subject I will Utank you to cume to thin city and do so if Very truly your friend A LINCOLNe Ui omV H It lid tin l uurIFrom tho onuw JutVl K8 eclullv do thu furmety ca pin their faith tu Themlore Koowe i volt H1 UHUWH tlHin mod Uieir wanW lie wan the llrat iireKldent to eotupiv j henslvoly tmispJUie problems of lot trtry Irrl aUIlI1WH1 roudx rural trt dPUvory 1t Ill wits InstrnnieJital In putting Into torte hnvs mad policies 1111I ahllng agrliiiltiiiv In thew mid nUwr rlIIIhlie appolnteil a conmlSHl of ex lHirt to review till land lawn anti to outline such reforms as would best pro a mote Uie public Interest III general 1Ialso the welfare of tin bona lido tier stocknuin rancher and lumber rant while puUlng n stop to the plun dertng of the public domain Ilooso velt means that the public lands wa ters mill forests shall be the heritage of the people The federal Irrigation policy huH been I h1rlllOllollug east or Houth to further agricultur al competition this Irrigation policy Is creating thousands of happy and self sustaining home In the previously arid west thereby developing a Jarge addi tion to that best of nil markets for our J labor capital und manufacturers the home market till more wonderful thin national Ir rig tIOU policy Is being out without expense to taxpayers The moneV for It comes from UHJ sate of public Modsti 7000000 now available and Is paid baoU by the settlers upon the laud Irrigutul q Itltco JTnny Otbcm An old Umo I omocrnt ln n Michigan town was discussing politics wlth n rural Democrat at the same ditto ill tiding a sack of peanuts between them mill spreading the shucks over the courtlaotino steps How did ou like t Tudgo Purlers speech ot acceptance asked the I tmm Democrat lrVell j Raid the rural delegate ns be took another handful of peanuts I like peanuts n whole lot better I PlantirBo11IlotnmcalDeath Rent experiments conducted by most eminent scientists prove that ligt is a I cssentioUyNaturesI light or electric light but it has a de hanlshdiseasetific men have proved that oxygen electrifies the heart nnd can prolong life The people on this earth are susceptible to some laws which govern plant life A thedarkroomsAfteralwaysbest herbThetaken up by the blood and are therefore the most potent means which can be em played for the regaining of lost health Dr R V Pierce consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Iluflato N Y in many years of exten hisfaithplants and roots for the cure of all blood PiercesGoldenalcohol nodisabusiness man or woman renewed strength and health Rapidly growing eclioolgirls bloodbypoisonsfromand stomach on pure blood nothing is so good as 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that ng A girl who has no s If control whec i here is a mouse in the room can I show great presence of mind in not I gving advice to the young man as oIhow to make bye to her If n woman thinks it is worth while to lie to n man it is a sign that she cares n gooJ deal about the opin lion n visa girl who renienib r that what starts in the prior may end in I the kitchen When u giii marries ulna to tII form him she hOt uccepted a lite po j ltion unless the divorce court will helplier A womans negative is never posi Live One Of Many H A Tisdale of Summerton S i CM fullered for twenty years with the i Piles Specialists were employed land many remedies used but relief ami permanent good was foundonly in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the ninny many cures that have been effected byjthis wonderful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only nec essary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E C DeWitt Co in Chicngo and a cure is certain DeWiits Witch Hazel Salvo cures I i all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin dig ease etc Sold by Z Wayne Griflin t Bro Another Asylum Scandal Another scandal has developed in the State charities department this time at the insane asylum at Hop kinsville The superintendent And all the Commissioners has been indic ted for giving away Slate property Five Commissioners have also been indicted for obtaining profit out ol their official positions by holding contracts or accepting fees from the man agemeutthe secretary for selling sup plies to the institution and the first assistant physician for beating a pa tient The Hopklnsvllle asylum uuder the political method of administering these institutions has been a nest of scandals and the Lakeland Asylum near Louisville is quite as bad only the authorities here have been able to hush up matters and prevent inquiry into the graft and mismanagement tbat has prevailed there Under the management of Superintendent Yea man there has been no complaint though under the system there is no Immediate authority sufficient to properly control these Institutions There is no concealment of the fact that petty grafts and favoritism are the products of the system At Lexington the purchasing agent of the Eastern Asylum admitted over his own signature that he purchased sup plies from persons who patronized his personal business and thus made a prtfit out of the position The State charities and corection institutions ought to Ibe separated entirely from politics and placed upon a persisting basis of merit bywhich the unfortunate can be protected against maltreatment and the treasury against constant drains by favor ites who are appointed merely lor po Utica purposes and often as a reward for the lowest services performed at the polls or primaries The whole staff from the highest to the lowest should be under civil service rubs and the good conduct and efficiency rewarded with permanent employment AS long as the system is the football of politics these disgraceful scan daIs must b expected PIllsfThe question has been askedIn what way are Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to th tlipary cathartic and liverpille OurI answer isThey are easier and moreI pleasant to take and their effect is soII gentle and ep agreeable that hardly realizes that it is produced by I a medicine Theu they not only j move the bowels but improve the appetite j and aid tbe digestion For sale at 25 cents per bottle by all drug ists m The Millcreek PhilosopherI This would be H warmer campaign if there was more cold cash in it Delaware would doubtless go for I Or1 Swallow if tier was enough i money in it j Port Arthur seems to br very slow about adopting the fall styles If you forge t to register it is a sign hat you will receive several postal j ards and telephone messages before text Thurdny j The Wiecanin Stalwarts are doing j what they can to provd that Lincoln ateflens knew what he wai bout talkingI Kentucky enforcing the blue laws looks to me like Rut Row voting pro IMbltion How to Pass Hatteras I Thel ate Set aor Vest 01 Missouri vas fond ofttllinr u story regarding a friend of his who was in terrible i trend of the ordeal Involved in pass tog Cape HUterns This man was a couflrujLd victim ol seasickness and while lw made many trips on the I ocean he alwaya looked with fear toI chat period of time when the vessel would bt passing the tumultuous seaI in and around Hatteras Returning i hh I BONE FOODI Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to growingchild must eat they- right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have traightertloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OO415 Pearl Street New York SOl and ioo all druggist h from one of the trips he announced with joy a cure for that dreaded tHat periodWhat it asked a friend Why was the reply when we got within twenty miles of Hatteras I ordered up three quart bottles of champaign and tat in my stateroom and drank them one alter another What was ithe effect of that asked the friend liThe effect replied the other in astonishment Why there was no effect When I came to we had pass ed Hatteras MEANING OF HORSE POWER DoICompared With Horses- or Machinery What is the relative amount of work that a man can do in compari son with a horse or machinery At his very best the strongest man stands a pretty poor comparison even with a horse for hard continuous labor He might perform for a tew minutes one half horse power of work but to keep this up for any great length of time would be impos sible Thus the gain in forcing horses to do a part of the worlds work was enormous One horse could exhaust a dozen men in a day and still bs ready for the next days work The measurement of a horses pow er for work was first ascertained by Watt the father ot the modern steam engine and he expressed this in terms that hold today He expert mented with a great numberof heavy brewery horses to satisfy himself that his unit of measurement for work was correct Alter many trials he ascertained that the average brewery horse was doing work qual to thdt requited to raise 333 pounds of weight 100 feeet high in one minute r 33000 pounds one foot in one minute So he called this one horse power This work however is not contin uuos for the horse would have to back up after each pull to lower the line of the pully and thus he would work four hours a day in pulling 33 pounds in the air at the rate of 100 feet a minute and four in slacking up the rope Consequently no horse can perform continuously what is generally called one horse power Tbe horse was never born that could tug at a rope for eight hours a day pulling 330 pounds 100 feet each minute without rest or change Con stquently when we speak of horsepower we refer only to the average woik a horse can do in one minute I bat is to ray the rate at which he an work J A sticilg man might pul ualf tllaIweight zoo feet in the air in two aces but he cannot repeat it mhnI lines without being exhausted Fr all needful purposes the exI pressIon of one hcrse power is ccctf rote enough und practically shows the average horses ability for Weiri imr As n rule n strong man can in eight hours woik at the tate of one tenth of one horse power that ii it would require ten met to pull 330 pounds 100 feet in the air in h minute and then slack up and repeat theof eretinn throughout the eight hours I of a wotklny day The worlds gain in labor when hcnes were first em played to help man in his work was thus tenfold Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless Quo Minute Cough Cure gives 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+++++B +++++ ++ ++ L A ++ ++ j 1 licanlIssued by tbo Hartford Iubllihlng Company iMCORrOHAVED t C E 8MIIIIEdllor tEw zAOxo-i Cumbrlai d 3 i Rough 311r32L FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR IlmsW r- THEODORE ROOSEVEL- Tl NKW YORK FOR VICE IHKSIDKXT CHARLES w FAIRBANKS OF INDIANA FOR Ct1N01tRSS DR BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS roucouxTY JtrnciE- Wo lire uuthorliwl to announce W II Tnvlo Ir HH n cnntllclnte for the office of County Judge Jr Ohio county subject to the nctlon of the Hejiul llcnn harts FOR REPRESENTATIVE We we authorized to announce C C Benrd liB 11 ciindldate for tho offilt of Representative of Ohio county subject to the nctlon of the Hepul llcnn party We ore authorized to announce I S MA80 us a candidate for the office of llpprecentatlve e r Ohio county subject to the action of the Hepul lean party FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are nuthorlted to announce O Davis Itoyn ni a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the nctlon of thl Republican party We are authorized to announce Wllburn Tin ley as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Everett I Taylor as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican pArty F0RC0IJ1YTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce K M Woodward M a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Ohio county subject to the action ol the Republican party FOR SHERIFF oWe are authorized to announce It II Mart- iai a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Ohi onnty subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES I MORTON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Re publican party We are authorized to announce OSCAR MID KIFFasa candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Kepnb llcanparty We are authorize to announce Clill Smith nartetts precinct as A candidate for the oat ot Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party- Wearepnthoritedtonnnounc W H Lyon- ae a candidate tar the office of Jailer of Ohio county BUbJect to the action ot the Republican party FOR SURVEY OR- We lire nnthorlzed to announce NATIIAN1KL JIOXLEY asa candidate fortheofflceofSurTeyor Ohio county subject to the action of the Re ubllrnn party FOR ASSESSOR- We are nnthorlzed to announce L Ilerry Lon y us a candidate for the office of Asoesaor ot Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party We lire authorized to announce SAM W LEACh fin a candidate for the office of Aeseeeo of Ohio county subject to the nctlon of the Re partyFOR SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce JAMKS M IMVKKSE ns n candidate for the office of Super intendent or Schools of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce JOHN M SHflTX UK n candidate for the office ot Magic trate ot the Cromwell district subject to the action ol the Republican pnrty DEMOCRATS have been iu only twice in 44 years In both o those instances panic and ruin mark ed the era Why repeat the experi ment IT HAS come to light that the par ents of Unk H Gaseaway Davis were celebrating his first anniversary when news was received of the Bos ton Tea Party TIlE Hartford Herald has run out of anything new to fill upIts editorial column and has begun the rehashal of its obsolete anti stale excerpts of the past IT is safe to venture that H GassI away Davis would not have been the Democratic nominee for Vice President if he had possessed only a kegI instead ofa barrel IT WILL be in order for Candidate Parker on November 9 to write a telegram announcing that the Repub lican tarIff system like the gold standard is irrevocably established A NUMBER of violators of the regis tration laws have been indicted by the Louisville Federal grand jury They are changed withconspiring to pre vent colored citizens from register ingtSEXATOU CIAIK of Montana has f given 8600000 to the Democrats campaign fund YeJ the g would have the public believe that they are not attempting lo buy Parkers election r BY INFERRING to the history o t the two dominant parties you wil1 find that the record of tie Republican party is one of things done and pledges fulfilled that of the Demo cratic party is one of things promised and pledges broken JUST after the St Louis conventioi adjourned the CourierJournal denominated the Bryan followers as In natics and free silver fanatics During the present week it has been excitely urging the Bryan wing of the party to hear the distinguished Ne braskiau speak JUST now is when the careful and painstaken campaign liar is gettinjT in his most strenuous strokes Hartford Herald October 19 1904 For unmistakable evidence of the truth of this statement read the issue of the Herald from which this little quotation is taken CANDIDATE PARKER has the brazen- S effrontery to assert that 200001 Americans have lost their lives ii consequence of the trouble in th Philippine Islands The record of to tal casualitiei of every kind on ac count of the rebellion in the Philippines amounts to fewer than 5000 He came about at near to it as 6 will to the Presidency TAKE NO CHANCES It is now only a little more than two weeks before election day AI this 11 the Presidential year it iB quite common for people to think on 1of the Presidential election but the National House of Represents tivM ii to be elected this year whic- o ii also a matter that should claim the voters attention almost as much aI1 the Presidentialelection Tint ii in every sense an important election In these times of ap thy people do Hot pause to consider what ii at stake There hoe been no ex citing campaign as in 1896 and 1900 and yet the issues are just as stupor tantoID fact the issues are just a the1ient Presidential elections In those yea Ithe question was to establish cotriil hone now the question is to main ItaiD and support them It will re quire just as much activity just ai much vigilance and just as much ef fort to keep the bull rolling in 1904 ILl it did in 1896 and 1900 to start it We all know that the repeal of the Wilson Tariff law and the reenact went of a Protective Tariff bill by the Republican Congress immediately after President McKinley was inaugur ated was the beginning of the prosperous times which the people have enjoyed since It is as important to keep the country prosperous as it was to start it If the Democrats should elect enough members this fall to have a majority in the House o Representatives it is true they could not enact a free trade Tariff law be cause fortunately ior the people a Republican Senate is still in power timefyet a ic House of Representatives would cause discontent in business affairs men would think that perhaps the country was on the verge of a change and that at the next turn of political wheels the change might set in Business men would begin to halt capitalwould go into hiding there I would be a feeling of uncertainty and apprehension in all lines I It would be the fate of the workingman to feel its effects first longest and last For it is the energy of the i working man that drives the business I of the country When business is slack the laborer is deprived of the chance to work full time and hisI earnings are diminished to that tent Dont take any chances then but stand firm for existing conditions It is business and common sense ItI means much to the laborer as wellas to every business man- SULPHUR j SPRINGSIOct ISPeople in this nelgbor hood are busy sowing wheat and making mol apsesIR K place has sold his property and storeI to Dr Thompson and gone to Warren county Dr Thompson graduated in the Medical school in 1883 and plCI Iced medicine until six years ago L 7 His health failed hint Ho he went into the drug buslnccs Dr Thompson is strictly a business man and seems to be a gentleman in the full sense ol the word The new preacher Bro Baker has arrived and begun his work Mr Cook Bean is still at work on the Springs He hopes by next season to have everything strictly in order Mrs James Ftzhugh is visiting her relation in Central City this week Miss Clara White of Louisville is the guest ot Mr and Mrs W R Johnston this week Mr John and Miss Sallie Baler of Patesville returned home a lew days ago from a visit to their brothers Will and Tice Baker Little Ruth Foreman has scarlet feverThe spelling given last Friday night by J Ellis Mitchell was enjoyed byatlDr Jesse Bean of Hartford passed through town a few days ago en route to Olaton where he expects to 1 jcate Dr Bean is a young man oi ability and we wish for him success in his chosen profession Every thing in the Springs seems to be Republican this time and ol course we could not expect any thing else under circumstance Old True Blue Democrats heretofore say thee will not vote for Parker under any consideration So three cheers for Roosevelt and Fairbanks TRUE BLUE Take your Eggs to thee Cash Grocery and get 16c per dozen Arrested tor Ginseng Theft Albert Long was placed under ar rest last Monday by Sheriff t Keown upon a warrant worn out by Jack Crsbtree The offense is somewhat an unusual one and brings intbictlon inenghpenitentiary offense to eulerjstrch in closures without first tcurihgf per minion On Saturday lililtt bf Sep ember 24th some One4 terMoiWr Crsbtrces glisenf garden By tuttfof through the fence Thealihlf Was a rainy one in tbe early pjftt3sidtie culprit was easily trUed 4reHday Considerable evidence h d1fte see cured before Longsrest mcdWe a part of which the ginseng tblen 1econslderableeapnItal invested In the ginseng in this county and the Stat4 tit ifrge and the growers should be phttected by a rigid enforcement of tot laws against such raiders CENTERTOWN Oct t7Mr Logan Sallee who has been sick quite a while is able to be out Mrs Sallie Bennett of Beds and Mr Robt V Caldwell of Louisville spent last week with the family of H H Davis here C K Reneer Render accompanied by G T Tinsley visited relatives here last week Mrs Johnson daughter and son ot Semiway Ky spent last week here the families of Messrs John IgleheartfMr B Swain and family visited relatives in Prentis last week T H Benton is in Louisville this week on business Mr W A Tichenor has sold his property on South Church street to Mr Robert Pate F M Htflin has sold his property on Main street to B F Calvert and moved to the country Tom Hudson of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood is visiting relatives hero John Vincent Forest City Ark is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Doc Vincent Born to the wife oi Mr Barney Rowe a bouncing girl on the I3th first Mother and child doing well and Barney is all sm- ilesHoods P Sarsaparilla tinction of beinghegreat est and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its unequaled effects by purify enrichingthehealth and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue de- Pend Accept no substitute for Hoods but insist on having Hoods LAND ONLY HOODS j ts i ij88 A t t c CJ PJL Bi we C BI l lit It- R i J n SVi 0 It It Womens Wearables of Genuine Excellence g- J Popular prices were never allied to handsomer styles and finer qualities than = g those we are showing this season You will ho surprised when you see our magnili bit 49 cent and varied assortment of Fall Dress IateriaLs readymade Skirts nits i iR Furs Values unmistakable Its an opportunity you cant allord to III iasitof 4 bit is4 Millinery4c head of this de R partment hns certainly surpassed any former effort t in the selection of exclusive patterns copied from the latest production from the stylecenters of the tR world The elegance of our own creations have nev 4R er deserved more praise and prominence than now requirement4Rmost elaborate creations that Millinery artist can R turn out We make a specialty of making HAts to 41 order By this means we give you an exclusive 4R pattern of your own and no one else has a hat just like yours You are cordially invited to inspect our fR superb collection of ladies readytowear and trim 41 med Hats 4 = ReadyMade Skirts tri A look through this line alrupl meant a purchase = It iiiutterly impossible for a lady la look at our line oj Skirts and not want to buy one A practical fi tdrei smakrr haacturite ol this department and makes tfi any attentions nee + ry to obtain perfect fit We air can sell you Skirts at 1a oo- 1 f2 sV IJ oo 33014 400 15 00 to 06 itvso 8 oo alJdOQO each tjt All well tailored anarnicrynJa4e upi J ft Elack nJso fabrics s fi nr shO InK tn biaeke compu thentmotlt = ranges From the simplest materials to the mostexV 49 quluite imported fohric 50 y 1 Here Is a tine a 49 scirlment ol Serges Vcnetmn Cloth Shark Skins fi and ZlbnlineH- 5j Seventy five cent a YllrdA fine assortment of 40 Crepes Mohair Strips Sicilians and other attract 49 ive dependable materials ci One dollar to 150 K aBroadcloths Grantee Mohair Cheviots and many other new and beautiful Jj fabrics rfO fi4R Colored Dress Goods fi As this IH a coluitd Drrsi G ods sruson it means = the bts vtlues ever atftted in this line Every o piece fresh new stuff Perfect in weave dye and 49 finish 25c blys b nutlul new mixtures with good qualitiesfi Plain 2n materials fancy SultiigR and all the new mannish 49 effects are to be had at this price 4 Seventyfive cents 1 oo and i 50 buys the cream 4of the market See the mannish Suitings fifi q Fall Hats It is high time were shaking t youI Straw Hat The ttylefen Mens and Childrens Hats and Caps are now in If you are ready to make a change come in The soft Hata are strongly in evidence and the new shapes are very striking New Neckwear XBuj40 ors are 49 Step in and see the new Neckwear 4 4 Belts and Collars f The newest daintiest and best the market affords iR are here They must be seen to be appreciated 49 Collars 150 to 200 each 4Belts Doc to 150 each 4 The Suit Youre Looking For Were pi shave its here Weve Suns you can put right on wear away and be proud ot your ap u par nce Our iuita look right and Are right in tevery way II you buy your fa 1 Suit here yon will get Homethlnir out ol the ordinary rut t JBoyaChildren Suits 75 to J 6 0CttUt Mens Shoes Ladies oesC iIidrens Shoes Shoes for eve erybodyand of every descrlp I ion are heie Qnc entire lines of heavy medium and light weight Shoes for fan and winter ate nod on sale Ohio countys thrifty men and women are fast learning that It pays to get their jJJ own and their childrens Shoes at Barnes Store fcfr Give ns an opportunity to demonstrate this to you f- cMens Shoes in re ulRr JperLadles everyday Shoes too i 25 ft 50 to 200 6t tdrenspair Old ladies buy our warmlined Shoes at i 50 jj and 16o per pair 9rbit The New Silks = The novelties ol the season await you Quite a variety of new Patterns 1 Fifty sad 75 cents a yard buys auite a variety of bplain fancy and black Silks lor Waists Suits and 9fancyWaists Black Pean de Soire every piece a splen did valueb75 and black Pean de Soire 36 In wide Rich in lustre b Iro and quality unexcelled t Underskirts- We carry quite a nice line Underskirts Priced very low Made of splendid material at 50c 750 9100 150 1 75 52 oo up to 4 oo each 9b New Goods Arriving DailybEWe might consume this entire paper and then we could only give you the slightest idea of what you fJ 9ingall siz o and all prices Hosa and hall Hose in all bi +Av sIzfsBlankets Comfort Lap Robes FurnitureL WagonsandfbyBuggieslall supplies without giving us an opportunity to il show yon our lines We are tireless in our efforts bf to secure fur the purchasing public the best and b most dependnhle Merchandise that money can buy 9 but if you lull to visit us you fall to get your share b M of the benefit tt R Beaver Darn Ky It fY Cr CMO ry+ LwQ CI b C7 Pr Ch fY C CY O J CMCM CJ C1 r+ Cr CnrwC C rrwvr r- Cf l t i I 1 JWMNlIlIWMNlNiAl J I d ifr f J iCRSET 1rALKi of i It is our pleasure to inform the Ladies of Hartford and vicinity that we are now sole agents for the celebrated American Lady Corsets None better Styles are up to the latest Corset Special No 160 Girdle One styles market perfect Corset slender figures Deep front supporters front made Sizes perfect Beauty price 100 IICorset SpecialStyle 454 Longfelo Model III beauty for any figure of ordinary pro portions Designed a correct concep tion of the essentials required to persuade the figure into the proper contour neces sary to a stylish gown Made of ortheau cloth whiteI Trimmed at top with handsome lace Our Special rice only 1I q l t Tfje above Cornets are also made 5 c andftSfc qualities Call at our Store L Jj =APW plotr eaJabout them l I Jr teriThe- P1ace iI s- IwuvR Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Hnnuil No ia2lii 4nn m 1111No122 South Donnd No 151 ilivlltni nm No 101 due SMS pm No 131 due 94 to Big line of odd Pants atSara Bachs The Newest of the New is here CARSON Coi City Restaurant surely led the len pIe last week Oysters Fresh Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Your coming merely to look will please us CARSON Co Try those sweet and sour pickles at City Restaurant fine Let us know your wants We will do the rest CARSON Co I Ore J N Martin of Cromwell is the guest of her son Mr R B Martin Dr Jesse Bean has located at Ola ton this county for practice of his profession Mrs F L Sandefur returned Mon day from a two weeks visit to her paren s near Rosine FOR SALIiA milch cow J R PIRTIE 1412 Hartfordr Ky New Milinery Goods at Stole Ladies t imwed Hits from f1 50apR x of the very best on the A for hip straight with hose in of Coutillewhite only 18 to 28 A Our only A from in only in the the Economy Nicest line of cakes and crickera in Hartford at City Restaurant If its Shoes you want Fairs can supply you at H low price An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs I Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs If yon buy here you are safe- CARSON Co R D Walker and Henry Nall were in Louisville the first of the week Try em all and then look here CARSON Co J G Wilson of the Salem neigh borhood was a plestant caller Tues day Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most upto date place in HartfordWANTEDA good reliable r6 handI high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt I delivery 46tf The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from Full line of Clothing High grade goods at low pricsrt See our lineI J and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Dont fall to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 2 50 BeautiesMRS COLLINS SMITH FOR SALESeven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa terf25 or 66 acres with same if desir ed itf miles from public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky r P itstlme to think abut Comforts and Blankete FalrsUhaytj them and their firicesftre right Most iadte buy Miltiuery at Fara Wily not foci Their are newer their prices lower New CloaKs jut received at the Economy Store Seethem You will get the worth of your money in every garment Mrs Joe B Rogers and son return ed to their home at Springfield 111 after an extended visit to relatives near town Mrs R A Anderson of the Alex ander neighborhood visited her son Mr J A Anderson and family Leltchfield last week This Is the season for Overcoats and Cloaks We have a mammoth stock at the correct price CARSON Co Mrs W C Taylor Ruesellvllle and Mrs Hanna Stevens Cromwell were the guests of Mr S T Stevens and family the first of the week A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs Largest and best line of Ladles Misses and Childrens Furs every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE If yon dont buy your clothing from JUB we both loss Our priced are always the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Judge John B Wilson made a fly ing tripto Princeton and Dawson he first of the week on builnss rela tfveto the pike road from here to Beaver Dam Rev Jtn Maddox Centertown ha ttetgtt tJled totlieastorate oftbe- Fjnt Saptitat cXt rchrt Greeniburr fir He will tbkechilge of the wor- kaFCe I 4 4 Richard Sidenins the new Y M C A Secretary went to Lonlsvjjle Tuesday to meet hia wife who arrived there Irom CWcajco hey arrived here Wednesday afteraooH and hive fnkea rocm atllr Si Stevens t Attherecnt term of the Fitcal Court sgtotionwaa mad by EfqJ eAlworked by taxation 100I ppll and 2SAcent8 per 100 proper y tax belevlM on road hands to pay Xhtfbir the tnattcrira8 passed IfD tirthe1 Jautary term of the court I Sunday morning Mr and Mrs H P Taylor received rotice by telegram from Ann Haibsr Michigan that a little girl had been bora to their daughter Mrs Wolfolk Barrow Mt Barrow Is at Ann Harbor attending Medical school and his wife Is with him Mrs Taylor left at once to join them John Maloan was arrested in the Clear Run neighborhood Wednesday by Deputy Sheriffs Chester and Perry Keown on a warrant issued by the Mnhlenburg Circuit Court charging him with the illicit sale of liquor He was taken to Greenville Wednes day afternoon by Deputy Chester Keown Mr Ed Shown of the Beda neigh neighborhood died Sunday afternoon of rheumatism and troubles incident to old age He was eightytwo year old and is survived by two brothers one of whom is two year older and the other two younger His remains were interred in the family burying ground Monday afternoon With this it sue ofTHE REPUBLICAN Mr Clell Smith announces his canal dacy for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Smith hash from Bartletts Precinct He has nev er before aspired to any office and has always been a faithful worker for his party Besides bring a true blue Republican Mr Smith is one of the best men qf the connty and if the party should choose him as its stand ard bearer he will certainly win The County Board of Health was organized last Friday to meet the re quirements of the new law relative thereto The Board as now constituted is composed of Doctors J T Mil ler and S J Wedding Hartford Dr J J Mitchell Beaver Dam and Dr J W McCarty Fordsvilte The law makes county Judges members of the Board and in this county Judge Mil ler is therefore also a member of the Boar The law repnlres the loca Board to elect a health officer mid in conformity to this requirement Dr J D Taylor was elected HIS salary was fixed by the Fisil court at 250 a year J The cheapest Drifts stylish Jackets are n Fairs Marion Yates Rochester was a plta nnt caller yesterday Prettiest Silks and Suits or Waists fs at Fairs The best line of mens odd Pants and Suits is at FairsIThe bst all colors are found at Fairs Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Boneless Ham City Restaurant III k at Fairs Woolen Dry Goods You will riot be disappointed in rices or quality A big line ol Boy s and Childrens I CllthlngRH good us the best and as I cheap a9 the cheapest at Sam Bachs Esq J H Patton and John T Moore are attending the Masonic j Grand Lodge at Louisville this week E M Woodward has sold hit property on Fredrica Street to Alex Bar nett and has purchased property from T H Black on Clay Street County Attorney Wi Barnes I was in Frduklort the firotof the wetk on business He was accompanied by his wife and son Miss Annie Patton I and Miss Laura Morton i The chapel recently completed at the county Alms House wa dedicated last Friday The dedicator services were conducted by Revs J H Burnett VV T Miller and T H Bel main Rev J H Bnrnett preached the sermon which was an able and masterly effort The inmates of the j Alms House have heretofore bad no I suitable place for Sunday devotion or I worship and the new chapel supplies a Idgttlt need rW Lyons today announces hlepaadhacy for the office of Jailer of Qbjo county subject to the action of the J epflblican party Mr Lyons Jlvtpjjn Olaton precinct He once Uye4JA Htncoclt county and while I l lajr there was twice elected Sheriff ojl thj county over a formidable oppo neflt when the coqcty wai conceded msjndtybtrbivtlf jfjuid a sUanck Republican and tf ti rty should nominitehlm lie wjjjinfk a strong race and will cert ipj rh lv rd1lfIolaS toWaA j I hejjpll wjnf permits towed have beejQjmjatftd by County Clerk rSiRfit laA since our last ifsut OscarGaddis McHenry to Maggie Napier Echols Jessie Pate Utica to Clara Adcock Rlleys Station W P Daugherty Baizetown to Rachel j Wallace Baizetown j A H Morris I Horse Branch to Mary Keith Horse BranckVH W Bear Ralph to Nlnaj Hannoa Whltesvllle I tr1r tNWs4 v tReedy Our complete line of Fall li1erchandise in larger s quantities than ever before is now ready for tim careful inspection of our customers and friends The fashionable buyer will lied in our several do partments that his ideas of snappy and tasty wear ing apparels for all classes are more nearly satisfied from our large collection inasmuch as the servi ces of only competent buyers are employedwho JJ have given their time and study to the suiting 1i and fashioning of stylish merchandise for stylish purchasers it tOur Pride 7 T with pleasure the increasing popular 2ity of our Millinery department The popular management has been retained and is showing the grertest collection of Millinery attractions this L e county has ever known One must see this line tA IlC are the avowed leaders of effective productions in every detail JL tOur ClotHi rigNothingcould be more gratifying than the corn 4 ment on our line of Mens and Boys Clothing and Overcoats and while yet young in this department we are receiving a volume of business of which much older firms would be proud Our line is tjust the thing the people need and we invite your early inspection of this great department I Otherr L InesIIn fact our whole house is replete in every branch with the newest and bestthings the mark ets have to offer We have given each branch our i special attention and special efforts trying to ra 3 member iri our buying that we deal directly with if people whom we wishto serve honestly and hon fc orably Come to MfcHenry and bring your fami3 f lyandtftiena na spend a day and we will show j2 you as a business firm that we are amply able to appreciate serve you in each department in a way you will S So TICHENOR McHenry Ky 1 44444444a 4444 i Quick Sales and Sniall ProfitsI- s our motto Read the following prices see our goods and the rest is easy HamiltonBrown Shoes- A good heavy working Shoe for 100 Fine Shoes 100 and up Ladies Shoes 100 and up Childrens Shoes at very low prices 15 Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to 4225020 Black Cheviot Suits sizes 25 to 4230012 Youths Suits sizes 14 to 191 225 12 Boys Suits sizes 6 to 15 75 30 pairs Corduroy Pantssizes 32to42f 100 Mens Heavy Overalls and Jackets 90 Mens Fine Shirts at30c and up Dress Goods All Calico 5c Heavy Factory Cotton5cGo- od Bleach Cotton 5c Heavy Bed Ticking15cHe- avy Hickory Shirting7cSuspenders to 9c heirs Socks 5c Ladies Hose 5c Childrens Hose 5c 7 Handkerchiefs for 25ct Suit of Underwear for Men45c 50 Ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts at 300 Former price 500 to GOO each liens Latest IIats at100 and up We also handle a line ine of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Carpets Mattings and anything else kept in a firstclass dry goods Store and prices as cheap as the cheapest Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that it is to your interest to ttde with us SAM BACH Hartford I UPRIGHT JUDGE PARKU Peculiar Circumstances In Which I He Began His Political Career Early Election Questioned His First Election as Surrogate the Beginning ol Influence as a Boss Charles Marseilles formerly edLtor of tho Kingston Freeman tells tho story When I went to Kingston ho Poo ker was In his first year as surrogate Tho Republican lenders accused him 0 being out of his place for Peter Can tine ono of the ablest lawyers D4 most esteemed and honored citizens at the state had preceded him In offlo and had been his opponent at a recent election But the Democratic party 3 having met with a number of successes had obtained the mastery of the county at last and devised and worked with success a system that had filled them with confidence of their Invlnc blllty They no longer had any respect tor the rights of their opponents or even for majorities on the other side The town of Kingston surrounding the city of the same name covering a large extent of wealthy forming tem tory and including also a portion ot the Catskllls In which were valuable bluestone quarries worked by foreign ers all of whom voted tho Democratii ticket and profited enormously in con sequence gave Parker hia first major ity in political Ufo This majority was drawn from two stone quarry pre elects which contained not more that 100 voters but gave Parker COO votes This was done by supply holding bad the votes till the rest of tho count was heard from and then returning a sufficient number to elect him Wheth er Parker connived at this fraud is DOt publicly known It Is known however that he accepted and held the offlco foi six years This was the beginning ol a political career more successful trial that of any other Democrat In Ulster I county Ho qulckJy developed into u powerful political boss dictating nom fafitlons and appointments wed kept busy with declining honors for hire self if 5ve are to believe ull the report ofl eD 1 4 dovisectcounty so tunate for Parker brought very lltti benefit to other renders of that party The result in dollars and tents wag more costly than the tapayers conk bear Tho ame 150 voters who cast GOO ballots for Parker lwvUil 1G00 taxes upon tho town for outdoor relief but though the men of proi ertj protested and went to law n Demo cratic court decided that they must pay and they did But the papers the Kingston Dally Krveiuati and tin Kingston Journal which I owned null edited toolt up tho Kubjfct and spent the entire winter publishing tbcso ex penditures item by Item The Slime forces that guve Parlwr his dishorns luajorltv had absorbed all tin ofllcus of the town unit KCVIIUX equipped for n I ing and lusdous least of power But tue people cold the papers which ex I j3Cd the rue Cal1Ut 8 iwipotrutwl bg- l tle quarry statesiuun buiUwl by Il f iKiuoomrtc bcuinl of supervisors vltli uijru than a twothirds majority There was a IHW hoard to be olootal iii the spring and not a day PUSSCH without the printing of from OLK U tlrwj column of llefJIo Attic doinRH ihe retiult WI8 n HWl plug revolution t o Itttpublkauuj electing twvuntceu i ud the DlIno cub nine iiMHjilwrs Y hun the ftV Hoard met utmost tile iVrst net wets to divldo the tonctting off the little stone quarry Kixtlon by Itself und creating the largo town oi Ulster Inhabited by proipiTous farmers awl manufacturers The of iivt way if make the county pcrinn inntly Uupubllcun and to suppress ro uniting and bullet box stulHiig in the little remnant of the old town The mw town of Ulster which had paM 11X000 for feeding tie pnupory of the stone quurrles tho previous year ap propriated tysiO for outdoor relief and it siilllced for Use purpose for three yours tUner reforms of a more gUll eral nature were Instituted and tho taxes for county purposes fell front 33ii204S In 1877 to WSkjSjin1370 The decllno continued uu 18S2 the last year of my stay In Kingston they fell to Sir000707 file effect upon the Democratle party was terrible More than half of the leaders were driven out of olllce Almost alone Parker remained undisturb ed He curd been elected for six years and before his term expired the county id pnvttrl Into Republican control the Btrictust economy was inslsteil up on und when the Democrats hut the I good fortune to elect one of their number he was a man of integrity and one by out the members of the 4ild lln1 wore dropped POLITICAL OLIGARCHY KOIIK Frets About Vtttvr HtKlit In Virginia Something Him u hundred years ago Thomas Jefferson protested against the new constitution of Virginia be cause It gavo more power to 19000 voters In till plantation region of the east than to WOOO In the nonslave holding western part of the state Iloiito he ciiihucd the state would e1 t r really ruled by an oligarchy Let us Bee whether this is truo now In the Third district ouo of the old slave holding districts aro included tho clue of Richmond and Manchester and ono In twentyeight of the population votes In tho Fourth district another of those with a large exslave population n total voto of 0941 was cast in a popu latlon of 10081ono in twentyslx the wlnninr caadidato recelvtng 571 votes or aboot fivesixths of the wbole In the Ninth district including sow of the western counties about whose rights Jefferaoa was solicitous a totn 1 vote of 274TO woo cast in a populatioi of 227881 boot one vote in seveu The Republican candidate receive 13694 votes and Lila opponent 13471 more than twice aa many votes us wore required to elect a Democrat in tho Fourth dtatrtat while the tow vote is four times ttS great as that In too Fourth dtetrct and the papula ton only about 00000 greater Sixty thousand moro peoplo trod four time as many votes required to elect a rep resentaCvo And Jefferson called Il political oligarchy when 19000 voter had more power than 80000 Ao Jndgo Parker dons not desire that jus Oco shall wait oo political oligarchy c Sentence Sermons liThe worst bankruptcy is to lose heart I QA stiff neck is often found under a jellylike head = 000 UUC Its a waste ol energy to spur a rocking horse The best way to silence con cicnc is to obey it Filling the bands will not stop tbe ache in the heart People who hope for the best do most to secure it Earths harvests come from seed thrown out to die Sell conceit knows nothing mot eloquent than an echo A good man is guided more by self reproach than by reproof The religion that scatters sunshine is neverjwholly moonshine The trouble with little sins is the they never stay that way Count your mercies as you do your money anti you will never be poor It is love that enlarges the leas dread and self that shrinks the great eatTell your children white lies and they still soon hand you back the otlv er color It is no Use praying or peace whet you are tickling the business end of a muleWhen the preachers heart is ful of slary his sermon is likely to bt priori on silt He is likely to have the most reel glon who allows others the largest lib erty in religion They who let their feelings govern their faith generally let their greet govern their gifts Some men think they are not say ing anything pointed unless they nr stabbing another Chamberlains Cough Remedy gNo one who is acquainted with its good qualitleJ can be surprised at the great popularity ofCliamherlrtin Cough Remedy It not lulyIuurei colds and grip effectually Hisd perma iiently but prevents these diseauei from resulting in pneumonia U u alio a curtain cure tor croup Whooping cough la not duugeroui when this remedy ia given Jt con tains no opinion or other harm till substance and many be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult II is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into considera tion it is not surprising that people in foreign lands ns well as at home esteemthis remedy very highly and very few ore willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by all druggists II r v The Giant Crops of America Between the two oceans we iaisr me filth of the worlds wheat fourc fifths of its corn onefourth tats and fourfifths of its cotton This harvest is the foundation of our prosperity Agriculture this year will add bout four million dollars to the ountrys wealth and foreign custo ners will pay us not far from a hun red million dollars for our agricul anal products shipped to them over the sea The West with its billion dollar corn crops its half million dollar oat rops has been the countrys bul wark in the storms ol indited fi lance All the gold in Amerlcathe greatest hoard of the yellow metal ver gathered in any countrycoulr not buy one years harvest of our con and wheat To buy one season wheat crop would take all the gel se1leu produced enough to buy one years yield oi our six cereals It is the American farmer who has paid off our Indebtedness to Europ who has brought back our securities from foreign banks and who hat sent American capital around the world looking for investment In the past three years while our exports have averaged more than fourteen hundred million dollars ag- ricultures share In this trade hr been nearly nine hundred million do hats More than onethird of all our ex port trade has been In the two grei crops wheat and cotton Cotton is assuming a more nnd more important position in our for eigh trade Our Southern plantations producing all but a fifth of the cotton of the world have a monopoly of the trade What England would do and how her people would subsist if deprive suddenly of hei American source ot BUppllesit is difficult to imagine It i no secret in European politics that England normally has in store only a few weeks supply of food and at times the reserve would last only a few days Our home consumption of whet for food is about five and a quarte bushels a year for each of our eighty one million inhabitants This per capita consumption appears to be in teresting High prices for meats are probably increasing the demand flr bread Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused bra bascllus or germ which exists plen tifully in street dirt It is inactiv so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percusion cap or by rustynails and when the air is excluded and germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulen poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlain Pain Balm freely as soon as the in jury is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic null causes each injury to heal without maturation and ill onethird the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by all druggists m TRAINED CATFISH Lives in the Ohio Near Evans villeBut Always Comes at Whistle Call John flatly claims the distinction of being the only wan in the couutr who has succeeded ii making a pet out of a fish that is unconfined tv dote quarters says the Evansvill Courier Mr Bi1ItYs pet has tbe range of the wide and long Ohio river he is not confined within the boundaries of a narrow pond and yet he never ventures beyond hearing of the whistle of tin fishermen who lives in a hotiFebiMt on the rive near the old water works pumping station Mr Baileys friend came to bin over a month ago He was teen pro trudinff his wide mouth above the water through an opening in a float which adjoint the houseboat H was gobbling down the morsel ihrown into the river by Mrs Halley vhen first seen It was not long Until a hook was daggling through tin role baited with n choice morsel of beef liver But it remained untouched The old cat who had shown such a liking for the eatables thrown intc the wner was entirely too wise tc H yerIover 4a 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral bronchitistconsumption rely upon it for colds coughs They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I lisrt a bail cough for throo years lItYlorohlUtaaway S1nR Pier dean Uutbrlo Centre la COAllAruc Old Coughs Ino Ayors Pill at bcdtlmo Insures a natural action next morning y1w fasten his jaws on the welUconcrale hook Alter that the fish was seen oftenMr Bailey war impressed with th sagacity ol the fish and Insletd ol a tempting to catch him the member of the Bailey household saw to it that an extra amount of bread crumb was each day thrown through tbe opening in the float One day Bailey was standing near the hole Boltl whistling The fish heard the whit tie and came bobbing up evident I thinking some one was about to deposit some more b cad crumbs lor hintThe trust shown by the simple minded rlenizti ol the river touched liven the heart of the fisherman and he resolved that however short tbe catch he would never attempt to snare his catfish friend Instead ot throwing a baited hock to his mien of the water he threw him choic morsels of br ad aid meat From that time on Bailey fed the fish every day a ways calling him b t whistle similar to the whistle used by hunters in calling thtlr retriever to them The wise old cat was uot long in learning the call of his friend and the enemy nt his kind and al ways when the whittle rounded ovti the still waters he was not 1rog i poking his scout through the rper ure of the f1It The stoiy d the voudeifrl acc I tih reached the anglers a N i i house a few taa an rrH tI i once put down by them anJi Ii story Yesterday conmJfe h re by Cp au Catci ltten 1 r k Compiry s a sd out to miVt an vettigatii They rclwtd InI convinced that it wis make a pet out of u tjvh tcnwhenI tie had the freedom of A mighty tint I offered him Mr C ufi h in unswej to their whis lch aways came and confidingly still k hl nose above tin I water and watted pntienil fur the good things to eat tichwc c is ed I it him Captain Carter who has made aI study of the finny tribe says this is undoubtedly the first casi on rcctrd I where a fish has liven trained living In running wnte- rRobbed f j the Grave A startling incidentals narrated by John Oliver ol Philadelpha as fol lows J was in an ayfnl cc nditiou My skin was almost yellow eyes SillI ken tonuc coated growIIingmi vised to use Electric Bit tun tu III great ilr the first bottle inndu a de uidd improvement Icnutinucl their use for three weeks arlian now a well mar I know they roll hell the grave another viutim No one should fail to try them On ly 111 cents gimrttntevd at 7 Waym G ril6II it Hies dniiiMoiu III Facing Three Ways Kuftiiln N w I r1e tusttrt tnnnifi hllo Jt PII ktu hive the latter tlc VM llcHtion awarded him by tht emintU Democrat Mr Hryans running u ate ThomAs Wntroi of C5eorgiawas President James Buchanan He win so judicial in his executive character theft lie rut the name ol JnnitcFnc ing flnlh was We have inipu v c- Oil his achievements in these dIY Democracy and its ciindittatcs fjii three ways now Example oj the Tariff The St Louis platform says Wt denounce Protection its robbery Judge Parker Accepts that n his creed and says tint it is partly robbery Some of the schedules are wrong He will fix thoseslowly Senator Davis his running mate says Incidental Protection IS al- Ight Think of that incidental larceny according to the party creed nilI right But it is the most candio statement of the three Can You Eat jlJ E Taylor a prominent mcrch of CliriegnansTex saysIs I I could not cat because of a weak i stomach I lost all strength and ran I down in weight All that money could do was donefbut all hope of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonderful cures eflected by use of Ko lol Dispepsia Cure I concluded to- ry it The first btfltle benefittedme und after taking four bottles Iam fully restored to my usual strength eight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and urea Sold by Z Wayne Griffin e1- s3ro I m Low RatesTo all points within 150 Miles in C P A Territory VIA B O SW4CCO- UNTThanksgiving Tickets Wilt De Mint for nil trains JYoueniber 23 and 24 With teltiTM 111- 111November 28thFor Further Particulars Consult Aucnt U H 0 SW R H or address o P MCCARTY G p A- Clncinnutl O R S BROWN D P A- LoulHvlIo Ky uH FOR SALE An unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on nor ad dress The Republican Hard Hltttnc andShootTrue Tlutli tbaoiilrrrulTtrillctcif nmr In 1I1Htlt o- fIonInxe1nwmJlneorarrmrqulppdw5 6 elthwpon1rttynuttenMbelpbhllaelhematt W muinfkrtnr a camel lln of RIFLES from 3 to flSo SoSHOTGUNS 35 Seal far Jrribm tttrr utpt haton ihooUcir ftausaniliea etc y Ask your dealer for our product and insiit on getting them V It U loll ft fun Lill malo u Ihlnl IIItutor II aeo44r ttlntumlrlnourin4nIt1eIui J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO r o iioi SUM Chlroppo Falls ttn VSt Subscribe lor The Hartford HepubI jean and the Louisville Herald both papon one year for 8125 lnw UY tlRIri Will OLrrJCS lo N Ao aHa Tilt Jij veto Ohio rt loiter at la 71r4 HERE IS WE y T tur Mil fTiUTB Who BUKO I Tii li antic Inc dual CourtL- tIi Tonne timklnu rcctcslUantootoxint 1ntnj Xojirtit AOOO 31101 Tu Kittivt I Nenrist lawn Io Illtli nrcNt aOe- Li Mlxtit irert x0- 11Ti4evuutbsues t uno 100ToToToutli Neorest j- To Next 311 NoiiriStI 10 liuli 3000 To Next tlW Nuiiroit 5itiol 33J5 In nil 773 Awiiwli tnI0000-II niiyKiioolil liutoro UctI 1 1UOI rstliuittti thooxnertuutlvotethere Illl lilt 10000 A Urntitt Total of 930OOO I nwnrd for exact beiwwn 1 and NV in withdrawn and added to th i flrHt award for tho nenrect u tlmate making a total ol 2500000But If tho exact estimate U submitted prior to Oit a npitlal award uf JlOif Is of eriMl mAklng a total of JSicO TilE VOTE nr PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS better tho ri Jera of The Tribune and Thr AVcckly Oazpttn to have the fliurea of iinvlouH yearn boors tbvm the follow Ing figures are given to how total Ohio for Prcul Uent of the Unltcil Stats for the from 1SS8 to the loot vlcctlnn 188SM1911 1A01Or 1IIJ11 IForrf C M lUiiNTT I K SMITH BARNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWS IIAR1FoltU IY- I Will tliclrpriittfBlon In nil tilt courts cllllllllnllluljllllllllllClllllltlllIllIlCllllrlll ppi iilf S wlMlnttfiilliin given to nil liiiMliuKHcntruceil to thlllr care CollcctloiiK ninl the lrnrtlc of erllll Inn and llrnl h tiil S irliiltli H tlrtlwln HFIIIILHA llnllilltiK 4 FRANK L FELIX j Attorney at Law HAKTroKI I VIIIiriiitlri hlx In Kilo And nil Inliihii county Mini In tlie iiurt ul Appviiln I Crlinlnnl prnctliv nnil Inlliitlniih n Idlllt 111111111 tint Illmill liiilldliiK jCHAS M CROWS 4 14 iLAYERiHAHTIOllU KY Will iiriicttri In nth tilt itiurtx I ol Ohio niul ronntlcH rod In tin Tour rrhullllllIllrIIIIIII krt nnil iViittr ttisli riioiiuiK corner up l111rij 4 U JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT 1AW HARTFORD 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tuuno rMilmute and no niiro- y u can Hnd In ft ul tfrlllon Thn Cimm rolU Trltiine at the rate of arty cent fur each two 2 wcK nod fir two wka or hrnKr IiKithvr with an vrtltnate for rash frhtd uf two wwk nod dlretE irtirnit to bu rtrurJid ID your name ua thu t unr ntiit ns n Itoldlt to a frlttid Fifty cant rniltln y u to TUB WEK1CLY OV 5CETTB fur fix It niMnthn iiid in 11 o llnuitf- Om dollar nlltlii yu lo TUB WElSliLV OAZETTC for ono Ire year IInJ two Ji milnat YU can md In uhllon fur TUB WBKICrT I CtAKKTIK at th rah of fifty cntu for six t month r111nn1d In your III1I11CIIIIII the llIr lIt II a Inc n t t a fIII IIAll tMlmutcH no nmtt T how Knt other than burn i I ivinpetlne fi tin rp tint uviiril fur the vxurt intimate made prior to tu totHr 1 11 which must be ncelVfU fit j fort C uclnric Mii of that diy mut 1 e rvctlvcil nt the ctllc of The f inim nliii Tnlmnc SiS and C3I Walnut strut Cincinnati uhlo bcfir c oclock pm of Novem Inrtldlrejected not to I fci nilor Any fractions of a 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as to the total number cast I After the rlet 0pt1ofCtfh Oflttll1l Certlflcatc an Impartial cornmlttM attar ed by The l Commercial Trllunp will determine the winnow and Its award will be puiilMhwI In The K Commercial Tribune for three days after which time In the almencn of objection the i awards will he dUtrllmtvil and this distribution shall be final and nUoluto and binding on all participant In the contest ht For subscription blanks and further Information address the Manager of I THE COMMERCIALTR9BUNE AWARD BUREAU S W U2c 4 J- I i i q rS t RHEUMATISMand other ills produced by dressed kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its cflect is marvelous relieving almost instantly 11it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky n A BUSINESS EDUCATION I Is absolutely uecessnry to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of first importance to get your 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farms in the highest state of cultJvatfonI which are practically manless and can be secured at one fifth to oneItenth the market price price per acre of and01d State farm WriteI for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma or Texa9 Very Low Round Trip Rates To any southwestern point every Tuesday in September and the 1st and 3rd Tuesday in October and November Geo H Lee lien 1I4tnatUtlo rk H I McGuire DlHt IatycntClnclnnnti O Y Constipationma- kes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by ta- kingoNRkias AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep they Roses in Your Cheeks f- A M Complete all dealersnte50o ktoMDg aCo St hoofs u 0 s11 11r1 titr11 11ti1ti v r N Paiiolaftstrong Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel and well PANOIA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia t Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIRTCHPIEU t MACAL Co Inc For sale by PHARi t J H WILLIAMS Hartford HIE8 ATNEGRO ISSUE- Parker Refuses to Discuss Con stitutional Point and Shows His Annoyance Said Letter Covered the Issue but That Reference Docs Not Reach the Negro Irom the Now York Tribune Oct 4 This inquiry was mode of ex Judge Parker last night In view of the activity of the Parker Constitution club do you believe that colored voters should be allowed to enjoy tho voting privileges which tho federal constitution guarantees them 7 Ex Judge Parkers reply was I cannot answer that question I refuse to be Interviewed and I wont be Interviewed If you have done me the honor to read my letter of acceptance you will find that that point lies been covered When squarely faced by the ques tion Do you believe that colored vot ers should be allowed to enjoy the Tot- Ing privileges which the federal con stltutlon guarantee them T Judge Parker shows signs of anuoyanco and refunes to answer Then he tries to getaway from the Issue by saying If you have done me the honor to read my letter of aoceptnnca you will find that that point hue been covered Anybody who rends that letter of ac ceptance will find the point covered precisely as Judge Parker covered rt In Ills address in Georgia on the four teenth amendment which led the New York Evening Post to declare For him the great bulwark of the unruge with the penalties laid down tor discrimination against any class In Its exercise simply did not exist If wholly to avoid tho burning question of tho day IB to show yourself fit for tho presidency then Judge Parkers address should tune sensibly advanced his candidacy Judge Parkers letter contains noth ing that comes within teaching distance of being an unequivocal declara don for the protection of the negrosI ixMujtltutlouul rights He demands their legal rights for citizens In a paragraph which Is a bid to the naturalized votes having evident reference to their treatment In their native lands and can never be thought of for a mo wont as referring to the negro thouJhI tho judgo may perhaps attempt to find cover under it On the other hand he has described oa admirable a pIntI form which denounces even the dis cussion of plans to safeguard the ne gros constitutional rights Now h3Idoes not dare any be stands for and no wonder Gorman tho Maryland nullifier IH hero as his campaign director and money miner But In view this hitost eeL of timidity with re sped to tbo negro and his evident 111I Ingnesa to ego tho constitution nullified In the south we once more uek tine New York Evening Post If at tl e bottom of its hefrrt It does not fed shout this trimmer as It felt last year at the time of his Georgia speech when it- s+1kl of him Gen a man named n our next president aproo to such a lo enl milllncatlon ot national laws If he can lio Is not fit to bo president next year or any ywir PINCHED THE VETERANS How lie Detno rna Bconomtmed When They llmd a Chance Editorial in tho Now York Trtbwrw Oct niso The Lion lioke Smith secretary of the Interior tae sent in his eathnntcs for the next fiscal year ending June 80 1895 wherein be mufcca it appear that in his opinion an aggregate of 17077018436 is needed for tbe sever al branches of the public servioe antler his control Bo seems sotnawfcat proud te the foot that title Joa de crease from left year oC 330840018t- ho total then being OS DO8Tg044 But he omits to call public attention to the suggestive fact that bo sets all and more then aU of hilt apparent sav lag out of the pension bureau file estimates show adecreaeo tar pensions of 50XUXXX Further than that be wants an Increase of UOOO000 for examining sturgeons 100000 tor derk hlre and 300000 for expenses ot Investigation This is a total ot 1400 000 which be must Bavo In order to cut down tho pensions to the extent of 5000000 and the secretary proposes to make the old soldiers pay K Rabe iMsae Aedestes From tho New York Globe l- It Is as true now as the campaign enters upon its closing mpnth as it was at the outlet that them to only one Issue in tho canvass Shall we have a change In other word shall the country continue for tour years longer In the policy it liar pursued dur ing the past eight years or shall It en ter upon a nOW and uncertain potlcyt Nobody can soy that there is anything experimental or uncertain shout what tbo Republicans otter They stand pat saying through their platform and candidate If you wish to know what our future will be look at our past Neither can anybody say that there is anything except uncertainty about whnt the Democrats offer What their policy Is they themselves do not know All that they promise la a change and that ln itself is a pledge to unsettle existing conditions that is to bring abut uncertainty r Wise and OtherwIse- The man whose wife Js his sweetheart at threescore holds that Cupid Is nut ilK blind as he has heen painted Riches take wings aid fly but the boodle Is often caught and cooped Adam must hove been unhappy luring his first days In Klcn when there was no grandstand to play to A peculiar thing about the toboggan tilde of life is that the further you go the lesd exhilaration you ex perienceA heart rarely maketh a facile tongueThe real white mans burden Is the wife who tries to make his cottage income fit a castle To many women marriage is a lot tery in which alimony is the greatest prizeThe woman who marries beneath herself soon sinks to the level of her tasteThe girl who marries for money frequently finds that she lips missed It as badly as if she had married for loveAmbition firings happiness some times but trouble always It is better to be the sound root of a family tree than a decayed branch Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver troubles physic ana couldnot help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at DrugStore Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice ia hereby given that the regular annual meeting of theI Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago III on Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued toI each holder of one or more shares ol the capital stock of the Illinois CentI tral Railroad Company as registered- on the books of the company at the close of business on Tuesday September 27 1904 who Is of lull age a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the lour days Immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the font days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hoursthat is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office ot the Assistant Secreta ry Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chica go Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or he Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACKSTABP Secy They Disagree Phantngraph In pardoning the murderer Buchter Goy Throne said This poor fellow has been In prison three and a half years His mind is affected He cant tell me the day of the week or the month of the year He dont know when he came to the penitentiary His eyesight Is about gone and he has locomoter ataxia He is In a bad fix physically The prison phyBicaa verified the above statementDid prison physician verity it when interviewed bya CourlerJonrn al reporter Dr H L Todin prison physician said While In the penitentiary did Butcher give any evidence of saran ity He did not said Dr Tobin Is he suffering from locomotor at ataxiaHe is not Is he blind or about blind It He Is not was the reply Yet he held his own daughter with one hand and shot her to death with the other because she would not sub t kyersPilIsWant ateautifal town or rich black Use mlt to his bestial desires Such i II the character of assaslnation that a Democratic Acting Governor thinks should go unpunished TO Philosophy of a Pencil Pusher Drink and the world will drink with youas long as you pay lor the drinksMany a girl is thinking moreabout the trousseau and the bridal gifts than about the future when she says yesFamiliarity with wealth breeds con tempt for poverty Many sellmade men of today are union made The dignity of labor does not im press those who enjoy the dignity of dividendsThe rides to the race course believing that he has wise money and walks home much wiser When speculators are loaded jip on watered stock the marked is apt to become groggy A small roll in the savings bank brings more satisfaction than a large wad in the bucket shop Every mixologist knows that in every highball agerm of despair lurks in the shadows somewhere beyond the sunshine The pessimist is a man who contin ually looks the gift horse in the mouth Cause of His Downfall Archbishop Ryan tells a story of a philanthropic man who used to make a practice of visiting the Eastern Penitentiary in Philadelphia and becoming acquainted with the prisoners about to be released so as to help them make a new start in life One day when he was calling OH a man whose term was about up hr noticed a man in stripes who Impressed him Going over to him the Good Samaritan said What brought you to this place my friend Sneezing Sneezing Yes sir said the convict I sneezed one night when I was stand in by an open window It woke up an old gentleman and he had me pinched FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normalschool department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or addressTHE Averting Railway Collisions One of the systems employed in Europe to control the engineers of railway trains is to make it punishable to enter upon a section or a division without having in their possession peculiar staves or rods of wood which are issued to them by automatic machines at fixed polntf The plan seems cumbrous and has never attained much popularity with railroad managers Another scheme which resembles this one is reported from New Zealand by an American consulThe essential point in the new sys tem is tlat no engine driver is allowed to leave a station without a tablet in his possession and the element of safety rests on the fact that the machines are so made that it is impos sible for two of the tablets to be out at the same time If a driver leaves Auckland for Newmarket with a tablet that tablet has to be deposited In the machine at Newmarket before an other tablet is issued allowing a return train to leave that station for Auckland and the electrical connection between the two stations makes- It impossible to extract a tablet from the Auklan machine until the tablet has been put into the machine NewmarketThe and defects ofany such system can be fully revealed only by- a thorough practical trial Hence ex periments of this kind are to be encouraged but until the result is known imitation is hardly to be anticipated The great rule of health Keep the bowels regular medicineAvers Co DYE IIrimers or wjooisn on a t run co ituon NnL I Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business baa increased and my wifes voice is nev er 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locker J H B Car son Jon C Illley TownlrusteesHowlln Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Taylor Oocxet Soclotleo A 0 D W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 676 F A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough Hlver Lodge No 110 Knights ot Pythia every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 Q A R hold reg ular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday In each month Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills It your aresubject to disturb ances such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Fains Sleeplessness etc their jarring and Jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act on the bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habitform ing effect on the system They are the result of the latest scien tific knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to tho greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills In tho house since you never know when pain may attack you and it is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and aro sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills shorten suffering and lengthen life 25 cents Never sold in bulk- I have used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills when troubled with headache and find that one pill Infallibly effects relief In avery short time I also use Dr Miles necessaryIgia of tho head and find these of thatIsGATE 219 Oakland St San Antonio Tex ua for Free TrialrnEEPackage of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will your case tell ou is and how to right It COeLAIJORATQRIES l Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 Sheriffs Sale By virturu of Execution No 2154 directed to me which Issued from ihe Clerks office of Ohio Circuit court in favor of J K Smith against E T ftUen I or one of my Deputies will ya Monday the 7th day ol November 0904 between the hours of I oclock IT M and 4 oclock P M at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio aunty Ky expose to Public Sale So the highest bidder the following property or BO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost towlt a tract of bnd being and lying in Ohio county and bounded as follow Beginning at the N E corner of Juo F Furger On survey sweetgum dogwood and yoplar thence W 160 poles to 2 bkkorles and beech thence N 5 roles thence N 62 E 41 poles to 2 blackoaks and hickory thence N 4 W 55 poles to a whiteoaK sweetgum and blackoak S E corner of Thomas iowes survey thence E 163 poles to 3 beeches and 2 sweetgums Slid Jcwes S E corner thence S 66 yoles to the beginning coutainig 6j acres more or less There Is excepted out of the above boundry that part 5ying on the N side of the Ceralvo road supposed to be 5 acres levied upon as the property of E T Allen TERMSSale will bs made on a ijedit of 3 months bond with approv td security required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum rom tiny of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bind Witness my hand this 19th day ol October 194 CAL P KKOWN Sheriff O C By CHESTER KECHVN D S A Very Remarkable Remedy- It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that recommended jamberluius Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Coun recently a gentleman came into my stre so overcome with colic pains 1111 ho wink at once to the floor itee him a dose of this remcdwhich tieped him repeated the dose and A fifteen minutes ne left my store smiling informing me that he felt as well as ever For sale by all drug fists 111 Splendid Evenings Entertain ment Free to all At the regular nuering of the Cen tertown Local Union No 2 A S of E which onveres at Certrnl Grove lurch on the 22111 int The follow 1p programme for the evenings en rainwent has been prepared Openicj of the Union by the presi j dent Alney Tlchcaor JscBy the choir rlcowrAddressLOVVn Miller citation Charlie Hunter 3room Drill Twelve young Udi 8 Rtcitttion Ntllie Ire Kftrnnr Quartette i 31 Little Marks Little girls and boys assay The Good ofthe Union Mrs Jennie Tichenor j Lftbor Song Four boys and five girls Musi- cecitatlonLena Render Gun DrillBy boys Recitation Klttia Berryman rll1IJy little girls Recitation Mrs Elton Wallace Music The programme will be interspers ed by visiting speaker Judge J P MUler G B Likens S D Wallace 3 M Woodward and others who will speak tOT the good of the A S of E The public is Invited to be present J C WALLACE Sec LocalUnion J If troubled with u weak digestion iry Chamberlains Stomach and Liver iablets They will do you good for sale by all druggists m Sheriffs Sale By vlituo of Execution No 2160 Greeted to IMP which issued Irom rile Clerks office of Ohio Circuit jurt in favor ol Fordsvillc RaukingI Company against William W Moare and D M Matthews Ilione of my Deputies will on bj tht 7ih day of November jy 4 i veu die hours of I oclock p ins f dock p m at oust door in Hertford Ohio CnUlityI ht thelighlstty or co much thereof as itaswy to satisfy plaintiffs dtbtI interest and cost towit A house l- au1 lot in Fordsvllfc and bounded as n vWb On the N by F M Winla trey on the E by W S Gains onI the S by Main StOII the W Winfrey St lvld upon as the property ol Dl Matthews TIRMcSale will be mode on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security nqilred hearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum frolurJay of s tie and having the force and i fleet ol a ae bond Witntss my hand this 19th day of October 1904 CAL P KEOWN Sherlfi 0 C By CLARENCE KEOWN D S u Nasal CAtarrh quick Iv yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils clean ses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 5t cents at druggists or by mall A cold in the head immediately disappear rhea Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 Warren street New York CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- siguature of Last of the Season Grani Out of Town Excursion Sunday October 23rd Big Four Route To the InrUnna Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union depot Louisville at i oclock p m Ex tremely low round trip rates as fol lows RushvUlei oo Knlghtstown i OOj Anderson 135 Alexandria 1 35 Marion i 5t Tickets on sale at City Ticket office 259 Fourth avenue and nt depot- S I GATES Genl At Wantedh this country and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary tr men 21 weekly to women 12 toi8 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from heed quatttMS Horse and buggy furnish ed If necessary position permnutnt Address Blew Brny Co Dept A Motion Bldg Chici0 111 I26 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful lllNii by SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the medi the nine century after research dlS1 Kilmer the emi kidney and I specialist and wonderfully lame back kidney promptly uric acidcuringI bles and Brights which is form of kidney Dr Kilmers is not rec ommended for Thecures If you have kid ney liver or It will be found just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways work in private practice among too poor to purchase relief and so successful in case that a arrangement has been by of this who have not may have a sample bottle sent mall also a book telling more and how find out If you have bladder trouble When writing this generous offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co hamton N Y made great years blad every made paper about regular fifty cent and nomo swampnook druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN REMEDY CATARRH Is Sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM DA- R1icarI I a n- It rl SOIltlJS nd IIII+ th dld thed stem nnr ItctUMInt nrlt Dr d r of is it to of iirivix tuvnv n 1tldrHEADIirotiftM the Miliilmui KfstortH the SIIIHH of ori111 IlUOTIllUS o Unrron Stnot Now York FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF Sllii puiu Inside ur out luirom X to j uluutvs I DR FENNERS Kidney Backache ALSO PURIFIES TIlE BLOOD All Diseases of the kidneys bladder and urinary organs Also catarrh heart disease gravel dropsy rheumatism backache CureDont becomo discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary wrl to Dr 1cnuer IIo has spent a lifetime curing lust such cases as your All consultations FREE Cured of Backache Member of tho Business Mens League and ono oftho best known business men in St Louis Mo Read what Mr Wand has to say about Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure I know what It id to lie afflicted with backache and sympathize with fellow sufferers After swallowing various and frequent nauseating doses of Mi and that prescription I decided that if Dr Fenneru Kidney and Backache Curo could not rid mo of those backaches it at least would not do mo any harm and I procured a bottle wearinglackachessecond bottle however did effectually put a stop to those racking backaches Occasionally they returned when strenuous business affairs exhausted tho physical forces but n dose or two of Dr Formers Cure gate Instant relief Respectfully Sold by Druggists 50c and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on the Kidneys FEEE M M Fenner M D Fredonia N Y Try The REPUBLICAN For All Kinds of Job Printing j g J CLOAK and FUR ci l IiIfj f2TAIIf1f3 1 InLj t as you ill t The place reads CAHSOIS CO We have the correct 4- t styles at the correct prices iC Ii We have all of the newest 4- l weaves and all the newest iCI Iicuts at the lowest prices 4Infants Cloaks 81 to 85 43 Misses Cloaks 1 to 750 4tai Ladies Cloaks and Coats 34ii to 815 Ladies Furs 81 to 4i Ii 8 You will miss it if you 4 dont come to CARSON Co 4 I for yin winter Wraps C 9 I 8- 1I S r Coat LtftVat Can You Figure 200 Given wa37TO CUSTOMHUS OF Carson Co HARIFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this yens For the one who can guess the numbr or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gifts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 250 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses shell 200 11000 Total 2000 For earh dollars worth of goods bought of Cars m Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the bolder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will he decided according to the decision of the election com mlssloner who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Begin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business t department of the Bowling Green Business Col I lege If you are going to j school call on or address the Republican for Scholarship Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates pun man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a in dally via Little Rock Texarknna Dallas Fort Worth and Kl Paso The Idea Route to California Fast schedue Cheap Colonist rtflts in i ffcd tailj during March and April 194 to California and the North Wct Pull min Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every linrscay 9 a m from Kansas City XVdnc difys Tlinrxlajs and Fridays 631 p m fining via Pueblo D S R G System through Glenvtood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker md Colonist rates to various points in the Weft and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc con suIt nearest Ticket Aent or address R T G MATTHRWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky u BIG FOUR fII IChicagoAnd all points in Indiana and Michigan A I Cleveland + Buffalo l iII All Points East I Information cheerfully furn A inlirid on application at City 1 J Ticket ofl ceICBlg Four Route i No 259 1th Ave or write toIJ S J GATES A Genl Agt Passenger Dept ILouisville Ky 1114 d11aa1 ti10n THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Try us BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AN DTI IK Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW RailroadI WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Fold 0or of the Worlds Fair furnished free on application 4 Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March Irate time ut train Htee tIng Cnr ReerOrutton Ktc rut un our Ticket Agent or nil tlrr O I McLAKTY Irnl IIIIM Agent Clodnnntl Ohio or H N DKOWN 0 FAl- oulirlllcKy t Worlds rail Short Line II SOUTHERN RfllLWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 900a ui ibily Arrive St Louis 500 p ni daily If50lid train ol veutiluileil conches anti Southern Railway Stan lard Dining Cur through without chargeLeave Louisville 1015 p m dally Arrive St Louis 7IJ a in daily Solid train of vcatibulcd free reo cliniiifr chair cars and fleeppr No change ot cars oiirniito All trains make close connection in Union Station in St Loiii with WulHh Suburban service direct to the WorMs Kair GrollndsIRound Trip Excursion Rates from r Louisville Ky + SIS good toiiirning until Dec 1504 fntioClSlO good returning 15 days SiConch cxcutfaion tichctn on sale j every Sunday to Thursday inclusive Ii during October nod November Good seven dies P E CAJJI Passenger mill Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A1 Catosillepot Ticket gout Louisville Ky C H iirNcirurnttn District Pus Hongor Agont 2S4 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ivy G B AIIBN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis M- oESTATE t h ReaJ 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state ol cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport in + good condition good build ings 1 20000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good 11 upland good houses good barns 650 oo 40 acres 3 miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 145 acres 23Z miles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 300000- A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford375oo83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land t 66100 3r5 acres fine Rough river hot land near Hartfordin fine Mate of cul tivation cheap 188 acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer m Real Estate HARTFOUD KY tCASTOBXA BoogfJISlgVpt 4