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during the arguments including reo portets Col Campbell insisted to the Governor that he his been mis Informed as to the situation in Ken tucky The evidence Le said all came from those who had ben near I to Gov Tnylor including Republican I officials anti TnyUus own private sec retaty This Wi in icply to the sharp statement by Gov Mount that he would hear no evidence secured by means of the hundred thousand dollar fund Mr Campbell said Gov Taylor j could get n fair trial in Kentucky and cited the fact that seven others charged with the same offense hind not been molested Justus Goebel added to Mr Capbells argument which lasted an hour a short statement urging the Governor to have the law take its course lie said he believed Taylor and Finley guilty from the evidence that bad come to him but II they were innocent the law of Kentucky woud so declare and the men would go free and unmolested Gov Mount asked for the papers which included copies of the evidence and sald he would consider the matter lie did not know when he would decide The Kentuckians lelt the city lor Louisville and Cincinnati At IP oclock tonight Gov Mount announced his decision in the following state 1900 Sir In refusing Jp honor the requi sition lor the return of Gov Taylor I desire to state that I have carefully examined the constitutional provls ions for the extradition oi persons charged with crime The spirit of the constitution does not deprive the exe cutive of the inherent sovereign right to exercise his discretionary powers and In lieu of that power make ol this coordinate branch oi government a mere clerkship with power to sign requisition papers regardless of whether in so doing he is imperiling the life and liberty of the man sought to be extradlated or whether he is fur thering the ends of justice or dethrone ing justice nd enthroning persecu tibn The Governors of the several States have adopted rules regulating the extradition pf persons charged with crime In the adoption ol these rules the purpose has not been to vio late the constitution but tather to carry out in a uniform manner its spirit Requisition papers often charge in the complaint the commission of al1 extradltlonable offense the ulterior purpose of which Is not to try tbe so called fugitive from justice upon the cfimplalnt alleged but to get ser vice upon a civil roil which is not extradltionable One oi the duties of executive practice is to deny all such applications for requisitions thus es tablishing the right to exercise discre tionary power in such cases The Thousands nave Kidney Trouble antI Dont Know it- IXOw1T9 Plnc10utIFill i bottle or common glass with your water and letlt stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set r IlIni Indlcales an- c unhealthy condl if lion of the kid t V neys If U stains It Is kid too to 3 pass Itor pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad dtrareontof orderI What to Do There ts comfort Irr the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver blidderand every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use Of jurlfijrthe day and to get up Jnahy tImes during honlght The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root U soon It Stands the highest for Its won derfrcures of the most distressing cases aJtr yti1tM a medicine sHoutd hive the I tSQld by d lgglslsln5Oc andJl sites b You may vf1 a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery 1W andL book that tell aboul1l both sent ll2C I address Dr it nuwiofStnpBoot CoBlnghamtonll Y When writing men r lion reading this generous otferin thIs paper courts have repeatedly held that the exercise oi this power belongs to this and that it is the duty of tbe execu live to exercise this prerogative- I deplore tbe assassination ol the late William Goebel and wouldnot for niuioment refuse to return Gover nor Taylor or any other man charged with complicity in that srlme if I could persndc myself that the party SP charged under existing conditions would be accorded an impartial trial I cannot believe a lair and Impartial trial can or will at this time be given Governor Taylor When Judge Can trill of the trial court ot Franklor declares that he will not subject a BUeepkllllog dog to a trial under such circumstances that exist may I not justly refuse to send Governor Taylor back to be subjected to sucha trial with this prjudice intensified and fanned into hate When a man who Is a contollng spirit In the prosecu tion a witness in this case and prom bent in its councils uses the mon strous language that when they get control they will hang the Republicans like pigs to a pole and these anarchistic words have not to my knowledge been denied the question of guilt seems of little consequence In this conspiracy against innocent men the furtherance of which is india cated by indictments found by a parti san grand jury Upon such findings is bated the requisition papers which I now refuse to honor I regret the fact that the peace of your state is marred by bit ter political strife When pattlsar rapacity leads to the acts that endan gers liberty and jeopardizes life It if time to remedy the cause by reform- Ing the evil instead of persecuting the wronged 01 the law that has caused this strife In your State while its passage was pending the Louis ville CourierJournal said The Goebel bill will never be en cled Into a law The Democrats of Kentucky have not snnk so low as that There is a limit even to the fury of faetlonal passions Thers are bounds set upon the prosperous ra pacity of sectional leadership- It seems that this prophecy was not fulfilled and the limit even to the fury ol factional passion did not find Its bounds in tire prosperous rapacity of sectional leader ship This bill thus denounced was enacted into law and under its iniqultlous provisions the people of Kentucky were deprived of their will expressed at the ballot box Adding insult to Injury The man chosen as Governor ot Kentucky has been defrauded ol his rights and charged with being a conspirator to commit murder After a partisan election board chosen under the Goebel law was forced to give a cer tificate ol election Governor Taylor a further effort was made to deprive him ol his office through the unlawful methods ol the legislature The Louisville Evening Post a Democrat Ic newspaper commenting on the in iqultlous methods of the legislature saidThe Kentucky legislature met on tbe first of January 1900 It select a committee to hear the evidence can cerning the contested case not by lot but by an open jugglery ol the box The members of the house called ed the attention to the fact that the con dilution were The committee was not being selected by lot but by various devices intend ed to eliminate all chance to use the words oiHenry Watterson from the selection The box was there to at test the truth of these accusations An appeal waS demanded to the bQx itself it was refused by the speaker and by the house and the process went on by means owbch the ten Democrats and one Republican were selected to- try the contesetd case of Governor andnlne Democrats and two Repub ilicans to try the case of Lieutenant Governor It has been carefully calculated by mathematicians that the chance of sUch a combinatidn was one In 3110000 col have referred the editorials In Democratic papers not to inject any political bias into the case but la re veal the infamous Injustice that hat been forced upon the people an d thaI the Indictment of Governor Tayloi has for it teal purpose the diverting of public attention from this injustici by making it appear that the man thus jobbed of his office Is murder er and unfit Id serve In the highca pacity to which he has been choSen by thesuOrage of the voters ol the commonwealth Mr Campbell wh has charge olthe prosecution oT Ihli case was asked today when the in dlctm cut was found against Mr Toy I lor and answered June the nth but the indictment shows on its lace that it WAS tetutded April 19 Mr Taylor inquired of the CommonweAlths Attorney if the indictment had been returned against him which infor motion was denied him This Is certainly a violation of tbe spirit of the criminal code of your state and does not savor ot an honest purpose to deal justly with the accused Another phase of the question that deserves to be challenged is the action of the general assembly in set ting aside tile enormous sum of Jioo ooo as a reward for the conviction of persons suspected of having been concerned in the killing ot Mr Goebel That of Itself is accepted by all right thinking men as a tempting Invita tlon for the propagation of wholesale perjury and a premium on moral and physical Ruination The effect of this proposition to generously exspend tbo peoples money for the purpose of wreaking vengeance begoltou of par tisan rancor cannot be otherwise than demoralizingto subvert justice to avarice and jeopardize the liberty and life ufevery man who may have been chosen as the victim ol merce nary testimony- In the fearless exercise of an established right and in the perfor tuance of a consclencious duty I must refuse to honor your requisition A I I honoring of this demand and the re- t turn oi Governor Taylor into thecus tody of men who blind to reason have ignored civil rights and into en vironments where rapacious hate dominates would be assuming a re sponsibility from the gravity of which I shrink If conviction should follow and the fact be made mani fest that the court was n bl justice it would fan into flame theI smouldering embers In your The time is opportune to exercise a spirit of justice of conciliation and moderation Twelve indictmens have been returned against men charged with complicity in this murder The public would have more faith In toe Mncerlty of these indictments if the accused were given speedy trials Until those already in prison have beets accorded a fair trial thus demonstrating the possibility of se curing justice In your courts I can not honor your requisition When the time shall have come that I can feel assured that a fair trial will be accorded Mr Taylor then and not until then will I honor a requisition for his return Respectfully JAMES A MOUNT Governorof Indiana lion J W C Beckham Governor of Kentucky Frankfort Ky VIROC P I EDITOR RKPODUCAN April 23td IgoolCa letter from this post was as much appreciated at home as is the REPUBLICAN here I would write every day The last time we bad any mall I got Tug RnrunucAN dated from early in December to February and after reading ev Item including the CtstorU ads I turned them over to Ira Ragland and he in turn to the other boys We have several Ohio county boys in Co CIra Ragland Coleman Wolf Aaron Crowder Miles Jones Charles Pierce Murray Mills and Lese Leach all of whom are in the best of health but very sorry we ore put off on this Island where the niggers wont fight We had one little fight at Legaspie and Alboy the day before we came here but since we have been on this Island we have not been able to as much as get up an argument with the natives Totell the plain truth I have not been hunting a scrap since I have been here There is only my company of hundred men here while the island has some thirty five thousand inhabitants and as I am full forty miles of deep blue sea from any assistance am not anxious to be attacked f very much doubt if ypu could find our little island on the map but It lies about five tnilesoff the southeast roast of Luzonbetween 13 and 3omln and 14 degrees and 8 mlnutts Noth latitude and is cut almost In the middle by the meridian 126 degrees east and if it were not fastened to Luzon by a large cable or something else would push the little isle across to San Frupclsco and go home This island is about forty mites long by thirty miles wide and produces a I large supply of fine hemp malaria sunstrokes and small insects There is a place some ten or fifteen miles from Virac on the San Domingo Ri ler wher small quantities ul gl I are found in the sand 1sllall take an expedition to that point soon and will write ol any success I may have The natives of Cotondnonea nn mostly Vicals pronounced beekles I about fifty Tagelos as many China men and a few Spaniards As some one else has said the principal na tive food Is stewed lice boiled rice Ilk d rice roasted rice and rice I cat also lowcumes potatoes andhcrba but rice constltutesthree fourths of their food Of the poorer classueither the men nor the women wear shoes or stock- Ings except some of them wear a kind of slipper with a thin sole and a pliice on top ofit in which to stick the toes and these are not worn duo ing the week but are worn to church and pq holidays The dress of the ordinary hombre man is a pair of short light breeches a still lighter short shirt which is worn Chinese style shut outside the trowsers The hombre also wears A bolo anti some times a hat The dress of the working woman Is almost as brief consisting to the best ofnli knowledge and belief of n waftrtifMrhlte drat least very light thlntnatcrial which usuunll just covers the chest and shoulders leaving a thrce inch belt of shining brown skin between it and the supposed shirt This latter mentioned article is by far the most important item of the female attiresince there but three the hat the waist and the shirt This skiit Is merely a heavy piece ot cloth wrcpped around the body and tucked under at tbe waist to hold it up The length runs some of them reaching to the ankles others to just below the Icnres We had mail March the iotli We got very anxious for it Dont fail tasend us Tim Ritrunucvv OSCAR BISHOP or- I FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Suf forors Is your you sure of it Do cuts or scratches heal slow I Does your skin itch or burn Have you Pimples Eruptions Ach lug Bones or Eczema Old Sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrb Are you pale If so purify your Blood at once with B B B Botanic Blood Balm It makes the Blood Pure and Rich heals every sore and gives a clear smooth healthy skin Deepseated cases like ulcers cancer eating sores Painful Swell- Ings Blood Poison are quickly cured by B B B made especially for all obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B B drains the Poison and Hu mors out of the Blood and entire system so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else ltl Thoroughly tested for 30 years the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Wnte for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and tree medical advice given S 0 If one half of the world doesnt know how the other half lives it isnt the fault of the female sewing socle ties e Bears dieItieKM Von Hail Alys Bought Blgnitve 1or A woman can pass a display wind ow ota milliners shop without sop- plugit she is running to atchOa train a e Been belbs 1t AIwas Eoutt Blgnttnw cf KS rH F You will always get a tfuthiul answer if you ask a woman her age and she tells you its none ol your business A woman can come to conclu slou without the sllghest trouble of reasoning it outand a sane man cant do that ii a To find her beauty fading andfeel her strength slowly s1ipplngnwny Worry only JtI8kcs matters worse In such a crisis the wise woman acta She looks around for help and finds it in Dr Pierces ntcdiciniS hat done BO much for weak and feeble women 1Thu rfpJ Itcures female weakness awl diseases of the delicate organs which undermine woman strength I mar her beauty It makes weak wom6 strong sick women well MeL W J Kidder of Illll Dale Pann Enol burg Center Vt write i Your kindly ndvlc and medicIne have brought me greAt relief Durlnc the pout year I and In ra health suffered much sharp pate at I omcthloc I sought your atvic and natved f frDbI nflr I took twelve bottlesofDr Plercta Favorite PreicrlpUon and also followed Initructlona I began to Im i prove Inmedlately my health became excel could do all own work we live I on a Rood sized farm I walked awl rode all I could enjoyed it I had a Ihort easy con Bnemeot ne a healthy baby boy Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure foul breath by curing 1U cause ft To be Held in LouIsville on July 17 The Contra Committee Mot All County Meetings to Se loot Dolegatos July 14 Louisville July 17 As exclusively forecasted In The Commercial this will be the date and place of holding the Republican State Convention which will nominate the next Governor of Kentucky This was decided upon at a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee at the Me Kinley club rooms at 347 West Jeffr son street the i6th The committee was represented as followsState at Iirge Chairman C M Barnett ol Hartford and Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterling Eirrst DistrictSenator William J Deboe absent Second District N B Chambers of Hawesvitle absent I Third DistrictGov W S Taylor proxy held by Collector C K Sapp of this city- Fourth District W N Poster of Grennsburg Fifth District R L Gwathmey of of George W Licbertb I DistrictC O Reynolds proxy held by Former Auditor Sam H Stone of this city Eigth District W J Wilmore proxy held by George W Hutcheson of J B Bennett proxy held by Dr W A Heflln of Mason county Tenth District John Buckingham proxy heM by G II Howes Eleventh District Judge T II Tinsley proxy held by Col David G Colson of Middlesboro OTHERS PRESENT Among the other Republicans present were GenDan Collier ol Lancast er State Senator R M Jolly ol Ira vington and Capt H S Irwin of this city The small am hunt oi busI- ness to be transacted was responsible for the number of absentees The meeting was called to order by Chair man Barnett at 215 oclock The date and place of holding the convention was promptly decided on the name of Lexington not even being propos ed since it was found that Louisville could cfisr as many inducements as the blnegrass city Some discussion arose as to wbeths er a date should be set in the call for the simultaneous holding oi conven tions to select delegates in all portions ot the State Committeeman Lieberth contended that each county committee was better able to fix a suitable time for the cuonty Former Auditor Stone disagreed with this view He said that while there was no contest over the gubernatorial nomination at present it would be best to establish a precedent by or dering all the delegates to be select ed on the sa rue day- PARTY RULES Col Colson offered an amendment to the party rules providing that all precinct meetings to select delegates to a county convention and all con ventions to select delegates to a dis trict or State convention held on the same day to be fixed respectively by tbe county This was passed alter a short discussion It will prevent snap action In holding the conven tionsThe followiing call was then agreed upon anllissued At a meeting oi the Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky held at tbe McKinley Club rooms in the city ol Louisville Kentucky on tbe i6th day of June 1930 it was or dered that the Republican State Con vention to be held at the Auditorium in tbe city oILoulavllle on the 17th day of July 1900 at 2 oclock pm or the purpose of nominating a candidate lot the office of Governor to be voted for at the November election 1900 The basis of representation in said convention shall bel vote for every 100 or fraction thereof over fifty cast for William McKinley at the No i vember election 1896 The various county committees shall call conventions or primary elections for the election ol delegates to attend said convention on Saturday July the 14th the hour and the manner of selecting delegates to be left entirely to the county coramlttles The coming campaign in Ken tucky will be waged by the Republican party upon the sole issue of Inc and air elections bndlt is desired that the friends of civil liberty regardless of party affiliations will unite with us vindicating the rights of the people to choose their own officets and have them retain their offices when once elected Under the abovet i of represen tationthe various counties will be en titled to the following vote Adar 16 Knox 2- 2Anderson22 Laurel 10 I Allen 16 Laurel 19 IF YOU Uptodate Job Call at this Office Prices Most CONGRESSIONAL Subscription IFine FRIDAY LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID WOODWARD ntlllnuttoaIr Attorney ATTORNEY WEDDING Attorney GIAamlSlISSlSSIPPr GOV INDIANA TURNS BEOKHAM DOWN Severely Pretender Scorching Subjected Persecutors mentmentlBdianapoll8ImlJnnel3 ire1 unpleasantI absotutIfreebymaiiI 0ItItspeaker theInoI COTONDUONES BloodPAre rperlargeb 0AJSTOXlXA OASXIOnJA worries woman Prescription urtnarydlflkuUy CONVENTION AnchorageSixth NewportSeventh LawrenceburgNinth WANT FirstClass Reasonable Specialty HARTFORD CalomolQulnln Attorney NEA- LAttorney Ri1wayM MOUNT Rebukes Letter Printing Ballard 5 Lawrence 2c Barren 21 Leslie 9 Bath 16 Lee 9 Bell 19 Letcher 8 Boone 8 Lewis 23 Bourbon 26 Lincoln 18 Boyd 21 Livingston 9 Boyle 17 Logan 25 Bracken 12 Lyon 8 Rreathitt I 8 Madison 31 Sreckinrldge 23 Magoffin n- Bullit 8 Meade II Butler 19 Marion 16 Caldwell 15 Marshall 6 Calloway 6 Martin 7 Campbell 58 Mason 26 Carlisle 4 McCracken 23 Carroll 7 McLean 9 Carter 24 Menefee 4 Casey 16 Mercer 18 Christian 45 Metcalfe 12 Clark 20 Monroe 16 ClinCon loIkfrmtRoulery 15 Clay 17 Morgan 9 Crittenden 16 Mublenburg 22 Cumberland 12 Nelson 14 Daviess 31 Nicholas 12 Edmonson 10 Objo 27 Elliot 6 Oldham 7 Ettill 12 Owen 11 Fayette 51 Owsley 10 Fleming 19 Pendleton 16 Floyd 4 ii Perry 8 Franklin 22 Pike 21 Fulton 6 Powell 6 Gallatin 4 Pulaski 37 Carnard6 Robertson i 4 Grant 14 Rockcastle 15 Graves 16 Rowan 8 Grayson 19 RussellloGr- een 14 Scott 21 Greenup 18 Shelby 20 Hancock 10 Simpson 9 Hardin 19 Spencer 6 Harrison 17 Taylor iq Harian 12 Todd i8 Hart 2oTriggr3He- nderson 27 Trimble 4 Henry 17 Union 12 Hickman 7 Warren 19 Hopkins 25 Washington 26 Jackson 15 Wayne 14 Jeflerson 291 Webster 15 Jessamine 13 Whitley 31 Johnson 18 Wolfe 6 Kenton 62 Woodford 17 Knott 4 C M BARNETT Chairman R L GWATHUKY Secretary TILE CONVENTION The State Central Committee is like ly to spring a surprise in the temper ary chairman ol the convention It is proposed that the convention be a bjgjovejertstnot only ot Republicans but orall the elements opposed to Goebellsm To this end the resolu tions will be made very short and al most non partisan so that all Inde pendent voters can support them To further emphasize this It is hop ed that one of the most prominent Democrats in the State will be in duced to preside over the convention not as a recruit to the Republican party but as a Democrat The name ol the gentleman is withheld because he has not yet given his answer to the committee As one of the leading men of the state and as he has never taken part in politics his presence at the convention would give point to the statement that the finest manhood Iin the State is opposed to Goebellsm For permanent chairman exGover not Bradley and ex Lieutenant Governor John Marshall are both being mentionedIt thought that the conven lion will last more than two or three houra during which time resolutions will be adopted and lon John W Yerkes will be nominated for Governor by acclamation Ex Auditor of J State Sam II Stone will probably j be made chairman of the State cam paign committee as exclusively tip ped in the Commercial sometime aglI The headquarters are likely to be I In the basement of the Gait house again It was there in 1896 that edi tor Sam J Roberts of Lexington dl rected the campaign which carried the State for McKinley Another success r CRITICAL PERIODS In Dangerous irnu rn JpwIyIfIwIr dwr- MrsMatbildo Richter DonlpbNebI suffered from catarrh lot many years but since I have been taking P inna I feel strong and well I would adtla all people to try Porun B I used Poruna and Man shin while Iwee piuulng through the change of life I aa positively convinced your beneficial myjulPerun haa raised more women from bed of ilckneea and let them to work again then any other remedy Pelvlo catarrh U the bane of womankind Prune U the bane of catarrh in all forms end sieges Mri Col Hamilton Colum bus O says t II I recommend Pornna to espectallybnoflclal Send for a freo book written by Dr BeeutyAddress ful campaign was also directed from there last year by former State Treas urer George W Long ALL ENTHUSIASTIC Indications point to the polling of the largest vote for the Republican ticket this fall that has ever been known Interviews with politicians all over the State show that the candi dacy el Hon John W Yerkes will bring about such a resultIThe Fourth District is for Yerkes as a unit said State Central Com mltteeman W N Foster ol Greens burgh yesterday afternoon la talking of the mattersHe will carry the district easily I have spoken to Democrats in Green Taylor and Marion and other counties and they are especially favorable to his candida cy and numbers ol them will support himThe people ol my district have been wanting Yerkes to run for Govern or for sometime said Dr W A Heflln of Maysvilte All of the Ninth District are enthusiastically for him ANDERSON ALL RIGHT Yerkes will carry my county said post master George W Htuche son ol Larwencebtirg All the anti Goebel and sound money and some other Democrats will vote for him Similar expressions came Irom men from every portion of the State arid they indicate that the Danville man will sweep Kentucky p a The women who stray from the paths of rectitude are always young and beautifulso the newspapers say CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of a a Trying to quell a womans wrath Is like trying to sit down on a bunch of lighted fire crackers to keep them from going oIl a The smiling woman always gets the dentists most careful attention dvertislne dotsnt always require printers ink byherwould Ihave a chance to edge a wor- dInhltllle and FireMde IltI 1 I II i1 VARICOCELE STRICTURE No other dU ut 110 prevalent men at Vtrlcocele At U interferes with the nutrition of tbe sexual organs It produce emlulont Iota ol semen through tkt urinedecay of the organ psias In the loins cblull In lie back poideacy bashluluces palpotation or the heart Onllpallou and a combInation of the resalta la complete LOaa Manhood sad middle IIZd men are troubled Strlctur If you have rOIl to believe yea are aftlictdwlthitdoutnegtetlt It will rain JOu Dont Ut doctor experiment on you by cutting Itlcnlull or tearIng It Our New Mcthod Treatmentdineotyce the itricture tissue hence It dllppun and can never return We core Varlcocele and Stricture without optratloa or toss of time Tbe treatment may be takea at hoti privately Send our Illustrated Book on Vorlcucelo Btrleturt and W CMaront to Cure or No Pay IKidneys Bladder E All itxail eoraplalaU affect these ennui due the hldnayi ire a lonrc n- l2 of dlMaie aching or weakness oyerthe small ol back tendency to II urinate nqutatly deposIt la urine coldness of buda or feet a drowsy ftellnr lathe f- rl uernlng Doat neglect year kldntji Oar New Metbod Treatment r H la guaranteed to cure any dlacaae o these organa or no pay JNo Names Used Without Written Consent m O W Rowe at Jlckion MUh sayslI bad varlcecate In the secondary stag two atlictureaof lyaaraataadlag I was operated on twice but only- got undrrollreat finally aa lud to- trlthe few Method Treatment of Dra A The enlarged veins disappeared Ia six weeks the atrlctnre ue was Id sight weeks ud m7nat enerfy and lIallU nedso I was a man In every respect Irecommend you doctors with m7 whole hutuVy CURES GUARANTEED rw URI rlU PAT J Before treatment After Treatmest WI treat and cure Nervous Debility Lost lla1ioed Yaricocele Strictur Syph Ills Qiest Wuk Parts Oouorrbtva sad Unnatural Dllcbargll CoaseltaUog frwDooki free Writs for QuesUon List for Ulme Treatmeat ills 628 WALNUT STREETKennedy Kergan I CINCINNATI OHIO K K K K K K K K K I Hartford Republican rON and LON ROGERS Editors lphonJualno C o Issued ftldayi tg tin Hatt ford Pub CoJacorporatta Entered it Hartford postolfici as seco cssmail matte FRIDAY JUS 3 u REPUBLICAN TICKET roll IHEsInEN- TWi UcX1n1o 01 Ohio FOR VICE ritEfiiiFKT Stia9ez XioeaoTTolt 01 Nrw York WM McKiNLEY and Theodore Roosevelt were nominated at Pnia dclphiu yesterday for President and Vice President by acclimation Victory is theirs IT is very true that Col Billy Bryan has lost Oregon but then be may be able to carry the Philippines and especially Aguinaldos forcts but this would hardly make him Presi lent of the States WIIILE the Philippines are very objectionable to the Democratic non expansionists they admit that it is very convenient to have our war vessels harbored there in times ol danger to our missionaries in China Really gentlemen wouldnt you have thought the island a pretty good trade if it had only been perfected by sImon pure Democrats As fates hnve decreed that we hold and posses se lonely breakers of the sea lelb cccept them with true grace regardless ofpolitics EVER Republican anti f ce think ing Democrat should take courage in the new battle for the recapture and the reestablishment of the peoples rights Wrong may temporarily rule but right must eventually reign There is too much Intelligence too much honesty in Kentniy to permit the permanent reign of fraud When the storms of pr ions shall have subsidedand sober calm dis passionate reason again a times sway over our people Goebeli t will re ceive such a rebuke that a pretend ers can not mistake Back of that judgment surely will stand the man hood of Kentucky to see that the will of her great people is respected and obeyed THE Republican State Convention which is to meet July 17 will be a love feast Independent Democrats will mingle with the advance guard of civil liberty popular government and majority rule Slate issues will be the only question beoro the convention and the question ua to how the voter can have his vote counted as cast un der the law This is a very impor tint period in Kentuckys history and the party tolead the advance will be lead by that intrepid leader John W Yerkes lie will come as the standard bearer of the peoples cause representing the great mass of die franchised citizens The people of Kentucky will think little ot National afiaira They will first attend to domestic affairs and then they may find time after that when freedom is es tablished at home The convention promises to be the largest ever held in the State Prepare to go and par take in nominating the mau ot desti ny What Think ye Democrats The attention of our Democratic friends is called to MrUattcrson He Is again in the saddle with the party lash in hand and with whoop anti yellI is attempting to rally tlc disorgan ized Democracy upon iliac princi ilea long since dead bt 8iil holds nut to bin sound money cw For tUe huntfit of our Democratic realltrsI especially do we quote tie following from Tuesday CourierJournal Whnt liiMiln II In Mnxllilv people whether In It platform the Knimn lily Ionreiitlon ut IDuu nut metrly reaffirm tilt liitfonn ftf the hlrngo Convention 01 IMKi lint In addition milpin the platform of lh SioUX KnlU mrty In tint matter nl Wliit Hi Time inll fna Wtver nnil Wildcut niun 1 1k rhllIuu 110 wil II we iluthtit thelv wll ncrerbe another Nlltlimil btlttlelu thl country or r tb eurrney Tim commerce of IbrMi iilom hii adjured Itoll to thj gull tun rl tin Ililted Slutiii I in I d nnd the worM 01 x k ofgold multiplied Vii Inn orer liy the yellow nietul already In ulttbt unil In reach of theTranvial and In Alu ka tb hole UeM Man lietwAn g ild nn l tillver will il IKorIIII rndy tIIiii irlng illmlniitxl l 11 tho mind ofnun loath IM H piilllliHliHii vniuiiinlo U olio There lint il pfltkle i In xer till look fdforornipnhiitlcdln that Hirter Tbu real danger beton an I thu dlrerlon utttu lorern I inent from th1 ImiulH unil the uw of the furorcd l Iuu u dingeriUltu an real and liupendtut now n It wu onu Imatlred year IIKO I When the campaign opened last summer tic Dispatch which was I formed soulset in operation by lee silver Democrat was thrown aside I for tile CourierJournal which had I fought Bryan and free silver to a fin I ish To those good Democrats who t have diaunlud the Dispatch we wouldcite this paragraph of Watter I sous Never ngaln says he will t there Im atiithcr national battle over I the currency Gentlemen will you be t led in State affairs by your enemy in J JIatioual politics f the silver isiue r TrL I is dead why do you continue it it your platform the first and upper must of all other questions If the Vat tersonian reasoning is not to be n spectcd in National aflaire it will cer Uiuly do to watch in State affairs Ioi he is for revenue only The Dispatc has lost favor with its creators fOi the simple reason that it did not care to wtiir the halter of Goebel It refused to indorse stolen goods in its own convention much less supporl the author of that infernal law which bears his name The course of the Dispatch is an honorable one compar ed with the CourierJournal and yet It has won the disfavor with the ma jr part of its party p- Are They Sincere From the course of the recent State Democratic convention we infer that the Goebel law will cause an Irruption in the counsels of its own supporters at the convention which is to meet at Lexington on July 19 Blockburnlhi eulogist and the man who said he would bet bis souls salvation against a counterfeit penny that if there was any stealing done in the election of 99 the Republicans would not do it has recommended that this good f law be mOllified Mr Bryan the windjammer has issued an edict ill which he says it must be modified or else the state will be thrown out and he wi I therefore lose it Walter son the turncoat thinks it is a revolutionary measure which cost Goebel his life and the State all the trouble of the last year and should therefore be repealed but we dont know whether to believe him serious or oth erwise otherwise perhaps would be the proper verdict While these apostles and practicioncrs of infamy remand a modification of the handiwork of Mr Goebel his cohorts lead by such fellows as Beekham Pryor James Andrew PaperRappedLeg- ged Scott Cbas B Poyntz Morton K Yonts Lewis McQuown anda host of leaser satellites are vehement in their objections to its repeal be cause it has accomplished just what its authors said it was created to do make Democratic victories certain to eliminate all elements of chance from the election te steal elections if they cuuld not be won by fair and honorable means Democrats were frank in asserting that it was to deprive Republicans of the offices to which they might be elected by the people In view of these facts we do not un derstand why these gentlemen desire this law repealed Mr Blackburn has suggested that it be so modified that the ballot will possess no device this is a cunning plan of Mr Blackburns to deprive the negro of voting He further says that the Republicans should have one member of the State Central Friumviatc But what would this profit those who want their votes counted as cast The other members- ef the board could do the work jiiet lie effective as ifall three were Poyutzs dyed Two members of the county board in Jcdersou county threw out 57 election officers in the cIty of eleclitlonrould be the case in the State Board If such men as Poyutz and Yonts were the Democratic members If the gentlemen desiring to make this law- a fair one are sincere they will 80 amend il that the State Board will be composed of one Republican one Populist and one Democrat and let the county boards read the same way and then give all parties equal showing in the precinct- sIf Mr Blackburns suggestions are to be accepted as amendments it will be a woeful day for Kentucky on which they take effect We would prefer the abominable thing to stand than have Blackburns suggestions Injected into its already viuomous md deadly veins I We Too Congratulate You Since congratulatnns are BO highly pprccidted IIour coutempurury it would be very unkind of if should we neglect this opportunity to express our appreciation for Ina instalility his versatile and inconsistency in chronicling events Under the cap don Two of a kind but different our temperporary in a very mean aud insinuating mnnncr atteinpts to ridicule Tre IlEruiiUOAss editors Now gentlemen editor and assumed editor you fhoud not whip tbe devil round the stump You should be more of gentlemen if you desire to POUr fourth from your vilrs oi burn log envy and malice upon us you jould do it by straight forward man incas and not by insinuation We tro sanguine of the fact that wo too would be very respectable journaltists in your estimation hall we come to rou and had our policy mapped out to meet your ideas of a local journallist I Liut we feel proud oltho fact that we I lave displeased you because in so oing we have been in the right Now we desire to more heartily cou ratulate you on your splendid versa lie quaity You are indeed very rank to admit a fact when there is 10 other course for you to pursue ou are equally as desirous to andI epresent when you tunkby so cr U I you can gain a point When the fol lowing was written we presume you thought yourselves sincere lint without multiplying word to prorr the runtlty ol any rlnlin or toi lng to Invrlxl BKnlnut the frnnd anti Intimidation that has btu pmctlird nxnluit the Deinorrntlc ranillilntn W e might n well accept the re ultaft now Mtlmnted an Onnl Ittljinjc upon thejmost nccnratv flaurw at command from nil lonrm It appear that tlrkIown my than three thoniand There are eitrntl Kant claim on both dde i but we are KlrlnK the ultnittlon ne we trill bollere It tand without any Intention ot mUleadlnff anybody Herald NorrmUr 7Jth 1MW Ifyou believed this and was truly sincere you deserve congratulation and if you were also sincere in the following According to all the requirements ot law the Democratic contmtant for Stnte ofllcen ore now the legal and duly qualified ofllcen of this Corn monwealth They hare won by due proceiM ol the luff both organic nnd Matntory awl there hould be no complaint from anybody The II publican conteatecu and leaden are the very loot one who hould entern protmt since the Tlctory blUl been won In the two leading office by the nme Intrumetit which they Imloiwd In their State ilntforni u few year ago the Contltntlon and the Democrat have simply acted ne the Hipubli cans would have done under Irallnrrlrcumtnn cm llnrtlord Herald February eth 1000 You deserve chromo for change ability If you were truly convinced in the first paragraph and you said you were giving the situation as you truly believed it was then you pie the part of a brazen hypocrit in the secondor else your brain works on a pivot and turns to suit your con venicncea We are enclincd to favor the latter provision At any rate we eel that you deserve to be congratulated on your successful hypocrisy or the working of your pivotalmind Our contemporary deserves to be congratulated on another line alsoand we shall condecendwhile we are in the congratulatory business to con gratulate him on his lieability1 Some time since in commenting on Mr Tom Pettits course in politics we made use ot this expression But for those deceitful Democrats sailing under the Populist banner we have the utmost contempt Such men are not worthy the notice of gentlemen while the Herald wilfully purjured it sell with this statement purporting to be ours Come Mcni J J nrncklnn II KleTen J I1 Miller T WnllaceTboi HnlmalnW M Adding ton A II llolbrook nnd other good 1opulUti stand orth and let the public see you llivauno you have een lit to enpouMi certain political prin elide THE llAHironu UKICBLICAX says you or not worthy the notice ot gentlemen This is tbe character of gentleman ifindeed he might be called a gentle man that we have to contend with fellow citizens and yet he continually has on his tongue billingsgate oppro brium vituperation vindicative and all the other eynonymus he can command that willexpress his wrath and fury Below we print in full the article which called for this congratu latory response that our readers may see what our contemporary gives us hy way of innuendo Xa doubt the jiraple ol Ohio county hare long due found oat by companion and by coplen of Ia1r pabllhed eiewbeie which ha come Into hi community that there ii two kind of Iteimbllcunimper lonnl In Kentucky tIn- ekindthe respectable kloII content with being n lttpubllcan hew payer and while proud of Its politico nail 110 policy It I not urvre to per mitting other pnpen the privilege ot differing from It III politic or opinion It reallie thut all IHTHOUH were not born to nee alike and while holding Mteadluiit to its own idene II has no flume uor cvmiure for it contemporary who niuy In nil reimon take the opponlte rlew ufthemnt Icr A pajwr of this kInd U a credit to lt party no mutter under what banner It marches And then there is the other kind ol Republican pillar but the ieoia of this county and espec ially of this Immediate community hare haul so much unileneont experience with this ejecles ol Jonrnnlliim that It I nlinoat like harrowing up bad feeling to mention It The edlton of this latter kind of Uepubllcnn pnwr ou unrennou lag In their political raporlng that they treat nil kind of opponlon with the utino t contempt Their thief argument In a political itcu lon I bllllngngntonnd foul nbuiw In the uie ol which they lieiom adept as does the strict thug In bundling time knife or elung hot They hate ittle or no rvnlned decency or JournalistIc honor about them ro them prernrlcatlon 10 one ot the high arts ol argument when adroitly adopted and thl together with their bllllngngnte con tltutu their fiirorate weopow of defence or rather offemw In dealing with or referring to their IKMiiwratlc contemporaries they use tbu mot UoIIlIlIlanol npprobrlou term and they hare even been known to attack the charac ter olprlrnteiltlieni fur holding political views In opponltton to their own Wo bare hnd occanlon iueforto mark the difference between these two kinds Republican neWNpnKri and publUL citruct for Ilu trntlon Vo publUh lielow a note recelred u few iays ago from n well known editor of a Uepubllcnn pnier In Wentern Kentucky its tonic ii HO different from that In which tire iwoplu of Ohio county lire wont to brThe lIrlll1 referred toby its local coiitvinpornry that It will tie culey to ilUtlnguUh to which Ireditor its iintbor bilong Tin note U its follow Time HUon llnnner only Itepnbllilan news paper In WrliHtrr county IHxon Ky June 13 ItuV- Kdltor llnrtford Herald Itoar iulrKInully ei ilmnge nllh tin lluuner the new Uepubllcnn pnwrot UVIwter county I read your bright pajier often while editing the Htergl Herald and will bo glad to continue liens Include lut wivkK llrnild Yours truly J If IMmnnvou editor lVi buss lit Kfonul nulntun i with Mr KdmouiiMHi but hire always heard ot him as any popular nud nuiciwuful iilltor nud hi manly note to us murk him a not only n good news piiKr mutt but a w holnr oDd a gentleman Governor Mount is Firm Governor Mount of Indiana delivered an ultimatim to MrBecktmm last Wednesday in response to a demand for Governor Taylor by Tom Campbell Justus Goebel Jack Chinn and Sher iffSuter of Frankfurt For this act Governor Mount will receive the raite and gratitude of ever right thinking man in Kentucky while on the other hand he will be subjected to the wrath and indignation of that I element of Kentucky citizenship which has been fanned into hate by that insatiable thirst for oflice and the emoluments accruing therefrom AI ronscrvativo view of the situation will unify Governor Mount in his course vo think anti we believe the sober I hinkine laymen will concur No in telligent man has ever disputed the election of Governor Taylor on the I t J9L J IIformedthat every counly and every precinct in tile State were manned by Goebel sympathizers and Goebel tools alldI when that man of intelligence pauses for a moments reflection he will in variably conclude that there was noI possible chance for Republican fraud bad that party desired to practice it andthe charge of military intimida lion and fraud are whims and cries of whipped curs lhals all and nothing more The manner in which Taylor was robbed of his office is graphical ly shown in this short paragraph from Governor Mounts letter The Kentucky legislature met on the Hint day ot January 1900 It elected a committal to hear the evidence concerning the contested cane not by lot but ban open Jugglery with the box The member ot the hones railed the attention of the peaker to the tact that the requirement of the rontltntlon were not being obnerved The committee was not being elected by lot tint IIyI various derlcc Intended to eliminate all rhnnre to ue the words olMr Wattenon from the election Time box wits there to attest the truth ol the accusatIon An appeal was demanded toI the box Itwlf It wa rrfawd hy the speaker ondi by the hoax and the process went on by hIllnI of which the tn IVmocrnt nail one Ilepubllrnn were selected to try the contested ra e ot lorer nor nail nine Democrat and two Itepnbllcan to try the ra e of Lieutenant lorernor It halwn carefully cnlculatedby mathematician nhot IhI chance otnchn combination wa nlmut one laISSOOOO We have repeatedly given the pub lie the manner in which the contest committees were selected and the above is tbe way the Governor of in- diana viewed the situation from his offiice in Indianapolis Represena tive Haswell charged at the time the committee was drawn to try the case of the Governor that it was all fraud He demanded that the speaker have the box investigated but he refused an appeal totbe house was voted down and the committee was thus fraudulently chosen The only pos sible time for the clerk to have vindicated himself was when the demand for a show down was made But as the very soul and body of that assem bly was drenched with fraud vindica tion lay only in concealment of greater frauds by still greater After all this the climax of fraud and infl1I my were to be reached by voting the clerk a chromo of thanks for so successfully manIpulating MrGoebels machine of corruption On this tion Indianas executive is thorougbt informed Continuing the Governor throws more light on that 8100000 corruption lundtAnother phnne of theqnentlon that deiKrre to be challenged the action of the general amem bty In the setting uide the enormou usual ot JlOOOwO as a reward for the conviction 0110Iiatpected of baying tern concerned In g tlrtllbtw the propagation ot wholesale purjery nail a iremlnm on morel and physical naniflnntlon The effect of this proposition to nruotlpend the peoples money for the purpose ot making vengeance bcgotton ot pnrtl an rancor nnnot tie otherwise than deinornllilng cii- itert justIce to avarice nail pnrdlie the life and liberty olerery man who rummy happen to be ch en As the victim ol mercenary tentlmony This is the way the world views thptI appropriation 91 8100000 to convict 200000 people for tbe deed of onlr man The purpose of that 100000h can not be misunderstood thinking intelligent people flien purpose ia known of allroenit to hang Taylor and damn the Repub lican party as James Andrew Papers Sacklegged Scott expressed it to STnuteeys fatherinlaw We fail to n luderstand how honest men can cen pure Governor Mount when they con = shier the assertion of Mr Scott andIthe course nf Tom Campbell yet some men will do il but they are only that class which reads onlyone side and no more having eyes they see not and having ears they hear not osessing understanding they ref tie to exercise It The assassination nf Mr Goebel was indeed a deplorable affairit was the worst thing thaiIever hefel the Republican party the State although Mr Goebel brought abouT the condition of affairs which caused his death It may be that a Republican fired the fatal shot it may be that a Brown man did it- It is more plausible that som friend of Sandford took advantage of tbe criticalcondition of affairs and took the life of him whose hands were ftain edwitb the gore of man and it is quite probable that a friend fired the hoi for sympathys sake Who can tell According to the nature of tie wound the ball entered tbe back To say that it entered ia the breast- is to contradict science and all previous history of wounds Be that as It may it was a sad lay for Kentucky Governor Mount would willingly give Taylor up if he could be con rinced that a fair trial could be given him Judge Cantrill declared that lie would not subject a sheepkilling log to trial under such circumstance as prevailed at Frankfort and this re reviewed in his refusal as follows deplaru the n aiwlnatlou ol the lute Wll am loebelnnd would not lorn moment refute to return llorernor Taylororany other iniincharg d with complicity In that crime If J uld x mmd mywll that thi party no charged nder Diluting conditions would bo accorded A air trial I cnniiot belere n fair mid Impartial mini run or will at this time lie glrcn llovernor nylor JadgtfCantrlll of the trial court at root declare that he will not nl Jott n iiepklllluR dog to n trial unolIIIh clr liucancw that exist nosy I not Ju tly refuse to nl lorernor Taylor back to be subjected to arid with this prejudice lnlen llled until funned ain bnle When a nina who I n controllnv plrltln thepronccntlon ft witness In this COM nnd prominent In It council nnea the monstrous language that when they should get control they would hang llepulillcnui like pig to n pole nail them anarchistic words iuftte not to toy knowl 10011 dlnputeil the qneetlon ot guilt scent of little comtKincnce In this conspiracy ngnlnt Innooentmenthefunheranceot which IndicatedI by Indictment found by n partisan grand Jury OVATION FORGO V TAYLOR He Was Wildly Cheered by the Convention Ho Was Forced to go to tho Platform and Called on to Mako SpooQh Philadelphia June J9Those who remembered the scenes of wild en thuslastu which greeted Gov Taylors entry Into the Republican State Con ventlon at Louisville several weeks ago saw them eclipsed this afternoon the Nullonal Republican Conven lion The Republicans of the country cheered wildly for the man who led the fight for civil liberty in Kentucky last fall The vast convention halt became a seething mass of enthuslas tic delegates shouting hurrahing tbowing hats in the air and doing everything possible to express their sympathy for the man who was robbed ol his office The scene was one which no Keqtucky delegate will forget for all time to come To Gov Taylor it probably came as a welcome expression of encouragement from bis patty It probably showed him that his laborsand his health have not been sacrificed in rain and that though persecution may triumph for awhile the tongue of the slanderer is not be- lIeve DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Gov and Mrs Taylor left room 119 in the Continental hotel where they are quartered shottly before noon They were conveyed to the convention hall in a carriage furnished by the entertainment committee wnose duty it is to look alter distinguished guests In the convention hall the committee assigned Mrs Taylor who is the only honorary delegate to a seat on Iht stage with other women among them Mrs Sipp and Mrs Baker Guy Taylor himself met Gov Bradley and Gen Dan Collier and the proceeded together to the seats f the Kentucky delegation about ten rows tram the front of the ball In the crowd the trio escaped recog itlon and quietly took their seats It was but a few moments however when Congressman Charles Grosvenor of Ohio and a number ol other dele ates many of them men of promi nence began to crowd about the Ken delegation and to shake hands ith Taylor Bradley Yerkes and De boe who bad come in advance ot- hem OVATION von TAYLOR The greatest ovation lor Gov Taylor came when the canventlon had got down to business and was organizing Temporary Chairman Wolcott had just finished his speech and had read list ol temporary officers Gov Taylor mounted a chair and asked ecognillon from the chairman He a paper in his hand on whicn e had written a motion seconding he nomination of several officials an- ounced Cbairmad Wolcott looked out ovet the vast convention saw Gov Taylot and stilling the crowd before him aid IOOV Taylor of Kentucky Is recog izemi The majirily of the delegates hilt HW 1 1 C tSomany personsfttave i that is stubborn and dull It wont L VhcJ the reason Hair needs help just as anything else does at times The roots re quire feeding When hair stops growing its I loses p its lus ter It Ii dead looks HItQor acts almost instantlyI on such h air It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The astonishingYour comes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early life ismrestored to gray hair This is always the case SlOOabottl All drat tlitl to I have used Hair Vigor and urn really toobbed mayhaltbet tonic I have tried and I hall continue to recommend It toqmay rrlend Junlll ITOLT Sept 24 1898 Burlington N ClIt TOO do not obtain all tb beneSticson expected from tIC USC of VIgor iDal- p n heard of Gov Taylor in connection with his game light to hold the office to which the people elected him but few knew him by sight At Chair Ulan Wolcotts announcement all eyes were turned In Gov Taylors dl rection and a tremendous wave of en Ihusiasm swept over tie vast audi ence Men stood on chairs to see Gov Taylor and yelled themselves hoarse to express their approval lIe attempted to read the motion Ills voice was downed but he did not object for they were voices of friends which interrupted him They cried for him to go to the platform Come to the platform Governor They want to seeyo cried Chairman Wolcott over the hubbub Gov Tay lor dismounted from his chair and was lost for a moment in the crowd of delegates standing about him lIe reappeared again however and mounted the platform The crowd again set up a tremendous cheer lie was greeted effusively by Chairman Wolcott and Senator Mark Hanna who was seated on the stage pressed forward and grasped his hand This expression of confidence on the part of the Ohio senator occasioned anoth er outburst of applause SPEECH CALLED FOR Gov Taylor his hand trembling front the suppressed excitement and joy at the ovation held up the paper which he had waved when he sought recognition and read it It was mere ly a formal motloji and of course car ned with a whoop The delegates were disappointed They were interested In Kentucky campaign and had hoped to hear a speech from him on that topic When he retired they began to cry Speech Speech Speech Intermingled with this cry WAS one ol llujrah for Taylorl until the con vention hall shook It was several minutes till the convention subsided again and business was resumed Gov Taylor was deeply touched by the reception accorded him When he returned to his seat he was congrat ulated by the other members of the delegation Mrs Taylor probably en joyed the scene more than her husband and after all the trouble through which she has passed it was a double pleasure to her There is mow Catarrh In thus mention of the country than nil iithrr illwniw pot together end until the liutfrw JTMIK vn sulleet to Iwlncnra Lit For n KTvat ninny jftimlurtor pronuanml It it local dierimme and vmcr1t d loral remedies and bj f u tnntlT fulllnRtu ran with larnl treat fluent ronooiHfd It Incarnhlr Krirnrr hs fror rn catarrh In tea ronntltatlonal lUwmw and ihecefuirereinirrsenoctitutlonitreumtmnt Hair Catarrh Van mnnatarturrd lijr V J fhotCo Toledo Ohio is thcenly rmumtlintlnal cur on the market It U taken Internally In doom front 10 druM to n teumepoonfui It artl directly on the blood and raucous narfdreit of tboo ytm They suffer on hundrel dollar foranjr merit Hall to cure Head forrlrrular nail Imtliuonbtl Adilrrw P J CIIKXKV Toledo II Mold by DrtiKKliit 7 n Half faintly Till am ttw bwt If mother Eve had known as much U sonic of 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acknowledged in professionmethod ol treatment for Vetlcoceli and Stricture without the aid of Unite or cautery cures In 90 per cent ol III cases In the treatment ol Loss f Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Km Paralyis Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to women he is especially successful IrHathaways practice Is more than double that of other pptclilist Cases pronounctdllopeltfls hy olhei physicians readily yield to his heat ment Write him today fully about your case He makes no charee fz consultation or advice either at JiKol lee or by malt Address I Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church Sr Nashville Tenn tf Notlco C The Commerlal Telephone and Telegraph Co also the Hartford Telex phone and Exchange Co lave sold w heir telephone outfits to the Rough c River Telephone Co anti takes to wind up its BfTtlrs and go out of busII essr0410114Birtfbilbs kbid Yon Han Maui Bctit Blgnaturt et 1I I IQuit coughing Ueaty enough ilyou know how to do it The brat way to uit is to take one dose of Dr Bellst Pine Tar 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Ve will turn every Tan Shoe and Slipper into money quick They are all this seasons goods Ve have a big line of ladies Black Slippers that we will run out at cut r prices Latest stylesNo back numhelsin- o r house You who know us know that our prices on first class merchandise have always been at the botton We are here to do business and selling goods at the right prices means anything we arc sure to keep in the lead You cant afford to come Hartford and rot visit our store See our goods note our prices then buy elsewhere- if you can g R T COLLINS i sVVEBSTER5 INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY or wrrsitas IijADictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc 1- What better Investment bo than In a copy of the International 7 This royal quarto volume U a vast storehouse of valuable Information UIIIIan1otlterdlctlonary I ScottishOtoesararp C C MEBMAM C XBvbUr rUlTHttwU A f L 1 S S It will only cost you SO cents extra to ride all Ina Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large 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AtLUST LOUIS MO IIS tliatli A woman is rcvcr really lapp hen she Mnit on a trip unVsa trit an think of scmelhing he has fur gotten treteIta wblhtr yea enotlao thee- nwkh1Iiitobnreohtit IOTOUA ime ths rozmutc elib = Lsalert-rs lost nisaberd bo5- siectt OOIatlt Jf I111Tlwi boilluitllmmi ItolxIU VISueUiMost women have theitiftsfeord Ipht they look twice at the dress o early everywoinin th4t tley piss A girl U never considered n BI or Inger untllhhe h4i rmsed a roneir aicold Hats 500 flats Tourist Hats f have have have many Suits at that Come Ihem thing if to could made much freedom any tau1ipiaiRetlore Vitality Lost Vigor and Minhool Cure ImpotencytIgbt ltmIsion Loss of H- lo ala disease effect of polIabusp or 60and indIscretion ace tomato and PILLS oebeekof youth CTS Ir boz boxes for 8860 with our bankabU ganrantee to ear or rsund ths money paid Bead for circular copy ot our bau blo gutrentta bond Nervita TahletsI STRENGTh RcultipLrow HrtlT mtrantwa lor ton oi Power yuio ceil e roukea Orttna tloaCTTnUrla Kit lass rVL afnlTiIi and U- melis of DC ceo Oplntn o- r7aeoymalt iD nlalB iMkar a box t OO wipi our twakkblt roarsate bead to curs In 80 dtyi or rafanA money sale Addre- ssNERVITA MEDICAL CO l cfint4aoksofl 1CHICAGO ILLS p SHIRT 10 COllAR SI FAIR Cv O coIthe celebrated Corpse and Coon jfaI Culls These goods are strictly pure j well and give better satisfaction than we carryall mo lending summer styles in folding and standing Col I f tare in widths ranging from Ij incbei to 3 Inches high Price 1 5c eachor two for 25o These are strictly up goods the very latest in style JIll itodalo For specimens see our SHIRT SPECIALS Mens gocd loons high be good I tasany oc ouirl our special price CO For good sere E I garment cannot bo at the nrlceE IFiuet grade ol bosom Shirts I in plaid and stripe all good fast od ors to 1Ga 100 I6blrt our special price 8100 or six lor e550 indancy colors t allaizes11 to lOA 815 Shirt iwnrraulOtlla 8100 mens madras cloth Shirts colors guaran plaidIgoodBalbripgansizes Irom 34 to Ha 50o our price 25c n Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNR 22 0 J 15 Rowe Oen boro is in Hsrtford Mr John B Wilson was boro first of the week Mrs J L Rowe LeltchCeld was in town first of tbe week Ftesh Bread find Cakes at the Hart 1 ford htkery lit all times I i Mr Sam T Birnett near town lost 4 J a very valuable work horse last Mon H day h Mr R J UarncU Rives Tenn vls Ited rlends and relatives near town this week Mr E P Neat was In Drakesboro Muhlenburg county on pee gal business Mr Alex Barnett Bcda went to Owensburo yesterday to visit his sis ter Mrs Jo D Rpgers Mia Haunt will send a Baker here tin a few days to supply tbe Hartford trade In Bread stud Cakes Messrs 0 IL Heavrln and Elvis Carson been attending the t DenUl Selmolat Louisville the past season are with relatives in Hartford Mrs Trui Peach Rosine idled last Friday night of consumption and was burled Saturday at Jingo She was a good christinn woman well respected by all Born to the wife of Capt Oscar Bfsbop the ith Insta fine boy Capt Is on an island near Manila with the 47th U S V Tug Rtt PUDLICAN bearing this news to him flwill be more appreciated than the usual edition Prof T J Motion and wife leave today for Cobden III to visit Mrs parenMafter a few days visit Prof Morton will go to to BJifd the summer in the Unlvefslty while Mrs Morton will remain with her parents during the Rev Jo B Rogers and wife ol Moweaqua 111 ate In Owensboro via iting Mr J L Barnett We have re ceived news that their baby is very sick and cannot live but a few day I Mra Rogers health has Improved very much since she came to KeqI tacky but the baby has constantly grown worse We are very softy to i learn of the olekneesfa Rev Rogers family i PISOS CURE FOR ws w Bid tuaab Taetee Uood Uw Intima wnidbyd rte rONcUMPTION quality silk boeom Shirts in stripe and plaid pattern a D regular 75c Shirt and a beauty All sizes14 to 10J Special sale price 50c grade pcrcal 6hirta two collar and a pair ofcuflsgood fast colors warranted to as a ticeablo this equalled silk aizea14ll regular regular regular garment sale lion inOvrens Monday who Bishop Motions Chicago Chicago summer Mfts Nainsook Shirts cool and ur able in plain and fancy patterns all sizes 34 to 44 a good 75o garment our sale price 50c Complete line of ladies Furnishings Fans Umbrellas e Always the newest goods and lowest prices at Mr J M Slavens Louisville is in town Mr J P Thomas Louisville Is vis king his parents Mr John B Wilson was In Render yesterday on legal business Mr L P Downs Livermore made us a very pleasant call yesterday Mr U M Evenly Render called to see ua Tuesday Mr Shelby Taylor was in Center town on legal business WedneSday At the Photo Car we have the latest fad in the way oi Photos on cloth rock leather and buttons BUSKILL NAIL For a few days Buskin Nail will make Daisy Photos at sec per dozen i at the Photo Car Hartford Miss Sidle Austin Beaver Dam rtlurned home yesterday alters few day visit to relatives and friends in town Mr Joseph McGtnll i1tnavllle and a Mr Berry of Butler county wer before the pension board of examinars WtdnesdayI Cakes and all kinds of Refreshments for partys at the Hartford Bakery Sheriff S T Stevens attended tbe Republican convention Philadelphia la and will visit Washington Bosto- and other points ot interest durn his outing Mr James DeWeese leaves for Val po raise Ind today to resume his work school aster a weeks work on the uppUcantsforleachers Mr JL Klein whohasbeenwot Iqg In the Herald office for a number or years has accepted the position as foreman ot the mechanical depaitment in Tim REPUBLICAN office lIe takes the place of Mr J A Anderson who recently entered the livery businessV On July 2nd 3d and 4th we will sell round trip tickets at the rate of one and one third fateto point on this line on or South of the Ohio river All tickets to be limited to continuous passage in each direction and to July 7th 190 Jk Inclusive for return S B VANMBT R Agt Mr C W Mosely ol near Whites vllle left yesterday for Green Castle lad to spend a year in school awperhaps a longer period He is on of the countys best and most tnerget c young teachers and his friends will be very glad to learn ol his entering school to better prepare hlmselt for the duties of hU profesalesid WeVtntt that Mr Mbaley exMlpewiirbVfol iowedbyolheryoung leachers but I choosing a school they should t consider our home institutions I i HumorsIj America Greatest Spring Medicine I j Mr H P Taylor Is on the sick list Mrs W B Render Is on the sick list Miss H B Carson is visiting In No I Creek neighborhood this week Mf C K Smith spent first of the week with his parents at Ceralvo Miss Maggie Davidson of nea Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call Monday Mr Charlie Griffin who has been working for the Cumberland Telephone Company is at home on the sick list Mr and Mrs J M Rogers of near Beaver Dam are In Owensboro with their son Rev Jo B Rogers whose little baby is dangerously ill The Ohio County Sunday School Convention will be held at Beaver Dam May aoth 1900 fach Sunday school In the county Is requested and expected to send delegatesrOn account of St Johns Day celebra tion at Louisville June 25th the I C R R will sell tickets from Beaver Dam to Louisvilleand return for 420 Tickets for sale only tar morning train June 25th good for return June 26th S B VAN IRTaR Agt Mr Morton Holbrook will give an Ice Cream supper at the Holbrooks school house for the benefit ofa school district library Saturday night July 7th This Is a good move and should be practiced by all the teachers In the countyrMrs Dave Johnson living about lour miles East of town died Wed nesday night of stomach trouble and was buried yesterday at the Milton Taylor graveyard She leaves a bus band and seven children She was only lIck a short time Quite a serious accident occurred on the L N railroad near Lebanon Ky Tuesday In which two men were killed outright and twelve others ser iously wounded It is supposed that the props of the bridge gave way on account of the excessive amount o rain which has recently fallen The Floating Studio will make th following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May ud and re main until June 4th Snallbouse June 5th and remain until June loth I Kirtleys or Humphreys Landing June loth and remain until June I3th Point Pleasant June I3th and remal till June iSth I H O ScHiiOETKR Propr Prof O M Shultz left Tuesday for BIoomlrigtonIndwherehe will takes course in pedagogy during the sum men This is the proper thing for all college teachers to do and our teachers are always up with the times Pro Shultz will enter the school room In the tell with more love for his work and will be better prepared to mee the responsibility as Instructor The examination of last Friday and Saturday was the largest ever held In the county and perhaps the easiest 70 persons applyed for certificates an 57 received certificates One was fa r State certificate 17 tblrdclassu I secondclass and 18 first class cettifi I cates were issued Those receiving Grst class certificates were O V Wilson R D Robertson Cova An derson Seth Mosley Otis Likens J WesaW Odell Mrs Sallle Head Morton G O McDonald Louana Ford Mary Holloway Dee Tunstall John C Ilohelmer Mr Hoheimer received the highest grade 936 n MrR J Campbell Rosine rile Sunday sight of heart failure He yesreBt teachers of the county and was one ot the leaders In the pedlgoglcal during his day He was in the ser vice of the U S Navy during the Civ il War ere was one who spent his whole time In the service of his coun threatenskd during hlsxcervlce Uncle Sam was paying him 50 per month He had reached a ripe old at the time of his death being 73 years old His remains were Interred in the Mt Ver non cemetery Monday In the death of this old citizen the community In which he lived lost one ol Its oldest and most respected members Shooting Affray Wednesday afternoon In the absence of the Marshal the boys in the vicin ity of Rosine concluded to take th town so three In number took sever al drams to prepare themselves for their undertaking and two ol them r CONSUMPTIONI tyItfopbkJRtlfi X lun and make them thong for Jnanother winter IoeaodaaraUdrweefUPi were placed in the lockup on short notice while the third Mr Jo Me Daniel concluded to engage the De pnty Marshal Mr John W Wilson in open combat A number of shotsI were exchanged at a distance of 75 or too yards without effect and McDan let quit the field but returned in the withrhe attacked Wilson and was doIng him up when the Marshal who had returned from the country rushed to the scene of trouble McDaniel raceIbut after one shot had been him by the officer he concluded their was more safety in surrendering than he could possibly hope for in flight do he obeyed the summons to halt and was immediately placed behind barsHe brought to Hartford yester day by Mr Wm Bryant and lodged in jail The boys should take warn and keep within thebounds of- eason for their efforts Ito take the town will be futile while Mr Bryant is peace officer of RdMne Tho Census Enumerators Ex po oIThe experience of the enumerator throughout the country has been very amusing to himself and those who have been so fortunate as to have sae rolkslallwell as rural districts but more nnm arena in the country of course ass- esult ol an interview with an enumerator recently we received such as the following How many cows do your milk and how much milk and butter do you makeAnswerWe have been milking one cow for thirteen years straight and shehas averaged three gallons of milk every day but somehow dont make much butter guess Its because shes been giving milk so long On Asking a mother of seventeen children how old a certain one he received the following answer Mother Really I jest dont know I have so many things to worry after canet keep them straight Pa how old i Archie Father Well old woman left that with you We have so many I cant keep up with them thnhe was bornwhereupon the bo replying dont know much about what took place at that time On another occasion the Euumera tor asked a lady how many hens she SupIday do they Interogated the Enumj erator to which the lady promptly responded yes sir In asking an old rustic gentleman KentuckytHe replied No Then where asked the numerator f In Butler dNoticoThe programme ol the Ohio county Teachers Institute will be published within ten days We should be ve glad to have any teacher suggest rye or more topics which he would like to have discussed Teachers will rave I or the programme committee by send theyeI Very respectfully FOM ROGERS County Superintendent TIr11d tut VlrSf ntt taken la early KprlnR and Fell p rent Chill Pl1Ie and Malarial Fete n Ac oa td liter tone DJI the njitem Iletter quinine Guaranteed try It At Draggliti Me nilf 100 bottle SSMt sdGreensburg Ry June 9 1900 To the Chairman or Secretaries of the Republican County Committees 01 the Fourth Congressional District You are requested to send to me as soon as convenient a full roster of your County Committee Do not neglect this Importantduty Yours respy F II MCCUDBIN Secy Rep Cong Com 4th Dlst WEIGHED FOUR HUNDRED Mls8 pick white Largest Wo Countye Russellvllle Ky June 18 Sunday Messrs Sjaguer Watty of Auburn this cpunty received an order for the largest coffin lace they have been in the undertaking business it was for Miss Dick White who died at her home near Cave Sprrcl b5ate udjuillit The 94ftkCt had to be made and it IVU 67 longf 30 inches wide Lnd 24 Ipchcqdeep Miss White was perhaps the large loUan in Logan ounty welgnlBJfjAbout 400 pounds She was highly mpected and was beloved by all who knew her I OUR IENINTAICU I Twolvo Hundred American Troops Landed In China ILondon June soA dispatch from Shanghai announces that the United States transport Thomas with troops for Manila was diverted at Nagasaki giThe Shanghai correspondent of the Times telegraphing says I The British flag is reported tohave southt 0 indicate the arrival of Admiral Seymour I Thesummoning of LI Hung Chang to Is reported as a complete change of front on the part of the Manchus who have abandoned the hope of opposing the powers I The Hongkong correspondent ol the Times says the Dour movements spreading on West River The Ruslan relieving force arrived outside of Peking this morning says the Shanghai correspondent of the Dally Express and immediately began to attack the city on two sides artilleryI assert In the that the attack upon the legation had been successfully renewed On the night of Jane 16 the Chinese troops under Generals Tung Slang and Tung Ching attacked th legations and set on fire five European buildings Nothing definite is known as to the result th Chinese weredlsappolnted Othe- reportsI utterly discredited by for eigners here are that the Chinese in I fnriated by the destsuctlon of Taku i have since massacred all the for I eigners in Peking A modified version of these tumors Frencheas well as the German Minister has I een killed The English at Shanghai think that the Chinese had foreign advice In organizing the defence at witsh which the attack was delivered The wires connecting with the ban bor were cut by the boats of the war ships thejilght before the bombard meat It Is now reported at Shanghai that cruisepr on that the explosion occurred killing and wounding more than fifty It is reported that no lewer than seven thepThe Shanghai correspondent to the Daily Express says that he is official ly informed that Japer is mobilizing 25000 men for immediate transports tlon The British cruiser Undaunted ar rived at Shanghai yesterday cleared for action and took up a position commanding the Chinese forts There are three Chinese cruisers in the her bore The new ChlnesecrulserHal Yang built by the Arm trongs has been taken into custody at Taku by the British and Russians At VumNan Fn where the rising has been gath Bring force for several days 68ochrs flans have been attackedat the French mission settlement many being to death The French consul an three missionaries are still in prison The disorderly elements have secured I the upper hand at Wullu and Czechuan where the native Christians have been massacred BOXERS PATIIUU AT TIEN TSIN gathereuj The Shanghai correspondent of the Dally News telegraphing yesterday ays The Chinese officials here assert that they have news from Peking up to June1 17 The situation was then very action Beyond that bay claim to have received nothing They de ny that dispatches have been with held Although I am not willing to adopt the alarmist reports my Im pression gathered from the Consuls and the Chinese authorities is that the worst Is to be learnt in Pekfn Admiral Seymourscolnma Is now in the middle of an arid plain withI no food and no good water and surI sounded by hostile forces KAISER DOESNT WANT WAR Berlin June 19 The German Gov opinionsing the situation In China Evely now it contrives to avoid the use of the word war and still expresses hope that the Pektn Government Is Innoieat of deliberate hostile action The Germal1preas however is out spoken In Its demands for more vigor ua steps The Foreign Office has no con nuai theipapers thetengagement with the forts and that her Captain was killed It discredIts the rumors A leading official for the Foreign Office repeats the denial that the powers are negotiating regarding a course ofjoint action and says that everything has been left to the various commanders who will simply perform police duties An official dispatch says that every thing is quiet at Klao Chou The mother of the German Minister at Pee kin Baron Von Ketteler in Munster has received a telegram from China saying that the news of her sons death Is not true The Chinese Minister In Berlin has reCeptlon which had already been issuediSEYMOUR NOT AT London June 19The Admiralty Office has received the following mss sage from the officer commanding the British first class cruiser Endymlon The British ships up the river en aged at the Taku forts were the AN gunboat Fame torpedo boat destroyer The Whiting torpedo boat destroyer The two later caps tured four Chinese torpedo boat de slroyers The casualties of the Alger Ine were slight Those of the storm- Ing party and others are unknown- A Chinese secondclass cruiser ng an Admirals flag Is detained outside Taku by the allied Admirals No information of Commander chief Seymours return to Tien Tsln had been received by the Rear Adml ral up to a in the afternoon of June 17 I am sailing forthwith for Taku The Admirallty draws attention to the fact that the Endymlons report which is ofa later date does not cone firm the Japanese report of Admiral Seymours return to Tien Tsln Notico to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of E T Miller deceased are notified to present the same prop erly proven to the undersigned per sonal representative at my office in 14the ever barred 49 4t This June lath E P NEAL decdrPort Tobitco Spit end Suoli Tsar Lit AWl To quit tobacco easily and forever bl snag NoToDaestreet All druggliti Mo or II Cure ruarla AddreaSterllnrv A man laughs when he Is amused a woman laughs when she thinks other people think she ought to laugh lire IfI PXY sPtableRmedlea iIVaIleaNwatblydanfal treeDLNotlco I For a neat job of cleaning J clohes call on Rev P S Majors on Union Street slid Apple Alley YOUNG MEN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and t typewriting This is endorsed by all I leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable institution of its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladles also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term opens August 15th Globe Telegraph CollegeI Lexington Ky Coal We will exchange coal or deliver anythingFeed line at Hartford prices Telephone 66 JNO A ED MILLER There Is never a Republican convene tlon either State or National that the J Haldeman organs do not perpetuate disaffectiondIng to the Times the colored delegates raising a disturbance at Philadelphia Singular to state however the color ed voter always proceeds 16 vote the Republican ticket at election just the same as if he had not been dlsaflect edLlnisnllle Dispatch DRY GOODSJETC Special sale of Dress Goods for the Next 30 Days We arc going to undersell all others on this line We pressed the button just a little too hard and the result is our stocks too full on a great many things so we must unload It will be a great loss to us but a big gain to YOUIThe first to come will get pick and choice dont wait too long but be one of the first to come and get some of these big bargains Below we quote you a few prices Good Prints 4c Best Prints 50 Good Lawnswere worth 50 40 Good Lawns and Dimities were ioc 7eGood Lawns and Dimities were 150 ioc Imported Organdies worth aye 15 White India Linens sc to 300 White Dimities ioc to 300 White Pique roc to 350- AH woolen Dress Goods at wholesale prices priceMens Goods youjustalso have a full and com pie line of Furni tureLet yur wants be known we can supply we buy Feathers Hams Gin seng Chickens and Eggs We shall look for you through the months of June July Yours for trade CARSON CO1- rdteSAYS HE KILLED GQEBEL Unknown Man In Toxas Makes a Confession Frankfort Ky June r8W H tallon In jail here charged with te fug an accomplice in the Goebel mnr ler has received a letter with undecU herable postmark which states that the writer killed Goebel Thirty minutes alter the shot was fired he was on the hill watching the crowd That night he went to Falmouth on the Ohio river from there to Clncln lall from there he took the train for Kansas CIty and then got scared and west to Oklahoma The writer says he Is now working on a ranch In Texas and no one would know him and he defies being inure out The letter Is In the bands of tallons attorneys Dont let your diarrhoea reach Its hronlc stage Cure It with Dr Bells InltPain tbe greatest cure on earth for Colic Cholera Diarrhoea and all ternal pains mI When you need medicine you should get the best that money can buy and xperlence proves this to be Hoods Tsaparilla Hunger Is the Boat Sauce Yet some people are never hungry Whatever they eat has to be forced lown There is ol course some nm XCHLESS I uat IHt I LLCPIIDNFd 7 Ca bv the Southern Electrical ash iiier Tenant And bo convinced that it is the feer of any telephone ON THE MARKET Wo make a specialty of a LONGIn DISTANCE TELEPHONE Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber baud e Telephones With Batteries coruphto jJlQSS F O B Can Nashville Write us for prices on all material uteri in connection with the TELEPHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS Vila Are Headcduarterf t 50Ladies IseACorncplete 50LadlesMens fine Shoes 100 to 400 Childrens Oxfords 25c to fioo you- Remember and 3BEartl uraotUred Company 500Mens I Bytakingtime they are given an appetite and roarIshepetite railing just try a bottle of Hoods It is a true stomach tonic andevery dose does good I IIooPillsI I IBiven Up w trvu or sparedtoA A Stowe 237 N 4th St San I had valvular heart trouble so severe that I was pronounced gone two different times The valves of my heart failed to work properly and circulation was the slightest exertion produced fainting There Is no hope said my physician so I decided are and the result consider miraculous I am satisfied it saved my life DR MIlE- SHeart CureIs sold all druggists on guarantee first bottle benefits or money back Hook on heart and newts tent free Dr Mlles Medical Company Elkhart lad Rough River Telephone Company llXCOBrOIiTlD Talk being cheapand necessary ou should patronize folks where you Jail buy your own phones and build our own linos in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally hyxmly payer tTelephonethey will lit tho whole oxp4n9QL PatonHartfordWI conned with all Independent Companies VII 1I Tho Kind You have Always Bought ntul wlilcli has been in uso for over 30 years has borne tho signature of has bccnniadouiulcr hIs per c2nnd supervision since its Innincy no ono to deceive you in tills All Counterfeits Imitations Rill Justnsgooil are liufi Ivvpcriincnts that trlflo with and endanger the health of Infants anti CliUdrcu Experience against lixpcrliucnt What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is IMcasanU It contains neither Opium Morpbino nor oilier Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVorms mill allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhwu mill AVIncl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpiition and Pialulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Sleet Tim Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctihO Signaturo of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TME enUR CbPNV MUST StIT CW YOU CItY c= i U tIAMOGYCARSOLO I Ittltoneyi Io grip u well M roUKtm and niMn IItIJkII mk lunn tMigttn U A eLUe Iucb7 vilt3S Ring out tho old Ring in the new Ring out the false the true We bring to you IhetnewmJ true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by slelke to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and alt Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lung are exhib rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the auseof that tickling Is removed anJ the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 SlriS BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PineTarHoney We sell three highest radc machines eachcapable ot producing sat isfactor work through years difFert construction notallufourcus tomers care for the same else why should we sell three We shall he glad to explain the points of advantage possessed bv each United Typewriter and Supplies Co 446 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky TIME AND SPACEnnprlctirallrmnihllated ciiinfcrcurc of Old Earth in nolongcrforeignare next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowifwc real THE CHICAGO RECORD whose iparlanlFlyAmerican newspaper ever nttcmpteJ so extensive service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated 1rcis For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking tha nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old governments and the establishment of new of the onward sweep of the race in all part of the world the one medium of the uptodatAmerican lame m f lIe worlj cn Mcrcawrn Projection about 53 il8 FREEAmopoltuorcharge un rci rljt of IrIIIIjt luvouipanlol Ly two 2crnt KUmin to I1ICtpeclalitrcus TlUS CiUCACO KKXiUV m Midl oo ttruuu CLUuffi Hartford Republican i IRIDAY JUNK 22 I GIO 3FtN- Vw llliiKtnril titlilliKrflfit IIIIIIII11i Mh IH I1I1 noon Xorlll llollliil No 11 ilin 4i n III Su 1112 dm SMim Su I23 dun l SH I i III IIIIIII lloilnd No 111 dm llTo n III No lilt 1110 tt p m IMI nliihlii Norlh llonnd No Inl due tMU in South Hound No lui hn SM p m 111111tulmIIIlIjtoI H II VAXMKTKR wit THOMAS BACK Killed Adopted Daugnter and HimselfT TOLD HIM OF HER WEDDING Showed certificate which Proved to be Death Warrant HUSBAND NEAR AT HAW Rather thnn see his pretty ndoptel Inughlcr transfer her nflfections andlI the light ol her countenance to anEother mart Thomas Hack shot and killed her when she told him that titihe had married the titan ol her choice two weeks before After he had seen the light lAde from the girls eyes the murderer then oflercd a prayer and urned the weapon against himself tie fell across her body au J the trAg- edy was finished The killing took place at the home of the Backs B mile and a half beyond Jeffersuntown shortly alter 4 oclock yesterday ofItcrnoon The close ot the terrible scene was witnessed by Newton Throle the husband of the dead girl who is Beside himself with grief It all originated in the doting fond ness of a wan on the downward slope lor one who had the hill before her Hack was a farm hand fifty years oldre tie owned his own home where the tragedy took place The girl was nly 18 years old Throle the hus k l1an dwas a young farmer Just how many years ago the neighbors cannot recollect when Backer then a sturdy laborerer undertook to provide a home for the then tan ilesocked little orphan He was a eserved man and his action was I viewedwith surprise by tile neigh tars who thought it natural that he bonld continue his life alone and hey freely predicted that the childr vould find the surroundings uncon fi Denial and run away In this they K- vere mistaken Whether it was that the little girl is ouched upon and developed some un uspected streak of tenderness in the st mans nature or else he possessed a ti ildden store of affection uknown to cl hem is not known but certain it this that the pair lived haplly together until Mary reached womanhood flacks fondness for her almost imounted to a passion and her close ympathy with him whom she speedn ily learned to love as few lathers re loved was almost as strong AE be girl grew up Back by dint of bard ji- vork managed to provide a home to md some luxuries for her as her a rowing desires demandeddThere was never a hInt 01 wilfulness th ibout the girl and she obeyed him mplicitly as he trusted ber The v- Isual change came It was Impos sible that a young woman should not ti realize her charms anti their affect on uen II she did not it was not be th cause she was not told of theta and hus It was that Hack began to real ze that he was in danger of losing his one treasure in life So intense vas his action and so wrapped up in u Womans Worka lS Never Done to771Ctots of apptiile extreme nervousness AndYi thai tired feeling But1 tvonderful change comes taken Hoods SifSJtpiriltd is taken II gives pure rich blood good appetite steady nerves K t 11so I it tr I SYRUP vaLAXATV I it J INATUrCO I toCONSiAiEON to Is crvegetables aiiJ fr ctalni no inaJ I t J lrt rescrlplion that C11 I coinfouiiJcJ fur hSickJlspl IvcJ It IIvfs jut all ImpurLci if fi lxJ ri laleC COlnP i c I If you do not llc L 1oral1 mr yomdruggistI I 5Iassoc per bottle II e ou OA= 41AOIHL A ItJIJltt W WIllIAMS COAlSO Mellrnr u JOHN XLiYIOJt roiimrllKy nn THE SICK ARE MADE WELL Anil tho Weal nro Ilcntnrwl to Full Vlcor nml Strength tit tlinjlnnilaortho Great Mt Ilruler ofModcru Tlmca A rnnrInoruelorWeaknrm Sick o IUrrI ifll IPW f fm I lIiveliiULIltoi7 K unnatural drain upon IJ literal Li OTorr organ i furlionIT Am IIt a 1erfrclly rJllnnurWoUlant lilt YOU not d 11T one day hclorn nit a ppNlaUd forbUID lIuman body l Cu andtandererrr ik t to andknmtb0ptlpcitYItmc SUDf4ueIrotr2lrirrlltJNErcho S IItspnrIhntnf another rectallxUeorullnivl lllcurtllfif 10lbT f ritsreeaflhlctrdeithhllii i Kerrlera In ordr WII they UIglt be made whole I 710 gtlmlntterlng of tlwonlcriul Dttm of In t local ot lrnnnIlT tao come to tin 1011lIaoCured r to men ant ill oculnr to wirnen ai wrll as a yndv i i i Itt UaUiaway1 meet totY ciStricturertlent Ia treated I r li im tbd nt tits 010wtthoutnalUUt 1oIIIDO from lulot TlnHl tyitratiOnae22taar4 lInt bis new bonk nhicu mil U liOtfipeon aitttcatim wSpcclaltyTreated 1InncrnhnhIrn1itYatd hI Nocnand all t alIttF looestional trrrtces IInJ NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Dr llKtlmwuT A Co 300 Church Htreel NH livlllr Tenn MttYXIOV TUI9 lAlEK WIIKX WlUIIva her was he that tl theabotother nun The presence of young men and their attention to Ihe girl speedily itritated him so that his displeasure fc und vent some time ago in a state ment made toMolly that iffhe ma r- edti he would kill her Whether she togardedcared so touch fur Throle tint she was w thnownhi assto marry him At this point howev when she told Throle of DJcksI threat it had sfficient wieght them in buonyThe marriage occurred two weeks ag gr looounomes Youthful impatlencehowev ofndingray from each other Throle yester lay met the girl and nude her todf totheheficaic hierehoping to be able to tell Back the news himself He was too late As he neaed the Back home he heard a shot and run ng to the house be arrived just in time to see Back kneeling beside the body of his bride and with the pistol ththemThe had home isndbeeizlng that his precaution had been in ain carried out his threat prefering er death to a from his aficc ioonsThe news of the tragedy mouse 4 smevisited the scene and viewed the two bod lei on the floor Th theCoroner McCollough was telephoned for and left for JcfleKontown laste night to hold an inquest Throle and the two principals were farming lolL 8va f high standing in the community plthethem up and your whole system ill at once take on new life and Increased vigor Walkers Tcnlc recu Imentvim and vitality to the whole system a Banker vs Lawyorcili- The cashier of an eastern bank had 1 taken a little more money than belonged to him then a little more and on Until be fcund himself 15000 behind in his accounts says the Ie trait Free Press He worried about grei tly Finally he went to a clcv = lawyer and told him the whIt thing The lawyer paced up1 am I down the room fora few minutes and then said ttlviiilanntlttngthe bnk closes to III arow go into the ult and take all the money you can noon your hands on tiling it to me The man ilui su and put f15000 t the hands nf the lawyer veiiinjr the lawyer had the TholtIE I IIGentlrmanynur behind in his account I he dirtctors were Ma llidHtid un ag liy to thiiomeThjIHlIIIIblik I can ptomUtf ymi Imt his K Iticnjls will i llvr you iz ooo if you Iwifl ktip the matter ti profound ecret I allow him tn go without tTheSIIOrI ol the bontd tint It would be iser to IICCtpt the cff titan toattenipti I investigation and get nothing ut u the money back So the cashier was let fo and the lawyer pocketed the 5 000 as his fceTmll story is vouched for b a Detroit merchant who said Iboeerthllt he wouldnt advise cash iers to rely on the efficacy of such n schcm in every instance It has been discovered that eye oly10 sight if not to life You run a preparationsTospeedilyand eyes granulated lids or styles without the possibility ol evil alter effects use Sutherlands Kagle lye Salve Good drug lsts sell it 111 StoryS quesIIght out and answer me said a Sun day school superintendent according to a writer la the Scottish Americanb When you look around see all those fine houses farms and cattle do ou ever think who own them all now our fathers own them do they not IYes sir shouted hundred voices l Well where will you fathers be thlr years from now Deadshouted the boys Thats right And who ill own all this property Us oys shouted the urchins Right ow tell sueDiet you ever In going ong the street notice the drunkards unging around the ssloon door wait g for some one to treat them Yes sir lots of them Well where will hey be thirty years front now Dead exclaimed the boys Andwho wil be the drunkards en Us joys shouted the un ashed joungters WISE AND OTHERWISE Items Picked up That Should Not bo Overlooked When a woman has a secret noth g makes her so mad as the divcov ery that no one wants to know It The average woman is as proud ot e trouple she has with the hired girl she is ol her new bonnetlnAbout the hardest for n tuna Itunderstand 11atesA womansgiory beta her hair t it is a good plan to keep it tied lithenWoman loves man and the dear lei w cant help it she bosses him antI old loot dont know itlA woman always wants to be sute the last word Thats why she oks at the end of the novel first Its a wie woman that knows hoir keep from lending her copperbot rn preserve kettle to her neighbor Man was mule to mourn bnt has fixed things so that woman as taken the most of the job nfl of s hands The man who seeks your friedshlp has a motive In view the woman who docs has two or three in view There is two sides two every story when men quarrel but when women qu 0arrelEve is the only woman on record who never turned around to see what e other woman had on Alterall this talk about women she but an after thought You rctmm r that Eve was only a side issue When one woman says that anoths is queer it means that she is too charitable to express her real opin niWoman leads the world She uiedM okeless powedr lor ages before uunItried to Invent it About all sonic women do whn ey clean house Is to change the betiirom one clde of the room to the othI t The wisdom ol a woman who is in ol her beauty is equal to that of ihc man who is proud ol his brains You can tell the exact age of a treet by its rings but this rule docs not np ytoasccittyldyte JifJasalCATARRH fL9iltIu all its stigea there boull bo cicanftrsesa lys Cretin Balmsieannsoottseiand hcataIne diieoicd curecalarrh and dhd awajr a coM In the head T quick Cream Italic II placed Into the noitrlH spread orcr the membrane ant li absorbed Relief 111m mediate IUd a euro follows It la riot drJIDJ lounot produce sneezIng Large Site 80 cenu at Drug t or 10 mall Trial SLit 10 Cents mall ELY aifltOTIJIUWid j IfI lt Our tce returned If witfall Anyone ending ui sketch and denctinllon of Invention wIitontptly 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