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Republicans of the Unit States through their chosen represen tatlvcs met in national convention looking back upon the unsurpassed record oi their achievements and look- Ing forward Into the great field of duty and opportunity and Appealing to the judgement ol their countrymen make these declarations rtRDOKS FUlIIUKD- Theexpectatipn in which the Amer- Ican people turning from the Demo crntlc party entrusted power four years ngo to the Republican chief magistrate and the Republican Congress has been met and satisfied When the people then assembled a the polls nfttr two terms rf Democrat Ic legislation and administration bus- Iness 4 was dead industry paralyzed and the national credit disastrously Impaired The countrys capital wallI hidden aWRY and labor dl tressed and unemployed The Democrats had noI other plan with which to Improve the ruinous condition which they badI themselves produced than coin sliver at the ratio of 16 to I The Republl con patty denouncing this plan as sureIIto produce conditions even worse those hoot which the relief was sought promised to restore prosperity by means of two legislative tueasuies a protective tariffand a law making gold the standard of value WHAT IT MEANS The people by great majorities Is sued to the Republican party the com omission to enact these laws This commission has been executed and the Republican promise redeemed Prosperity is more general and mote abundant than ever known has foK lowed these enactments There is no longer controversy as to the value of any government obligation Every American dollar Is a gold dollar or its assur fqulvalent nod American cred it stands higher than any nation Capital is fully employed nnd labor everywhere profitably occupied No single fact can more strikingly tell the story what Republican governmlntv means to the country white during the whole period of 107 years from 1790 to 1897 there was an excess of the exports over the Importsc of only f383 028 497 there in the short three years of the present Republican administration an excess ft exports over Imports in the enor mcus sum of y 1483537094 AndII while the American people sustainedt by this Republican been achieving thesesplendld triumphsp in their business and have conducted and in victory con of cluded a war for liberty and human rightseWAR WAS UNSOUGHT It was war unsought antI patIentlyA resisted but when it came can government was ready Its fleets cleared forctlofi Its armies wereluh the field and life quick arid umphs ot its forces on land and Sell bore equal tribute to the courage 01t the Anieiican soldiers aud stllors the skill and foresight of the Republican statesmanshiptten race aIdom sUit to the American people anew and noble responsibilityt M KINIKV nmommDe IIWilllaIUbeen established in wisdom and in patriotism and at home and abroad has distinctly elevatcd and extended t OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is sold on es a yourblood ter out the or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or order they fall to do their Work Pains aches and rheumatism come from excess of uric acid In blood duo to nerlectedmymkidney trouble trouble causes quick or unsteady thougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through and arteries to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have begin PlnfIn kidney trouble are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring kidneys The mild and the exlraordlnaryeffect of Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest tot Its wonderf cures of the most distressing cases and Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar six You may have waste out of the veins their your samplo battle by lallnorawfree also pamphlet telling how to find If you have kidney or bladder trouble lout this paper when writing Er KilmerIBlnghamton N Yr nttlonjIeen t McKinley has proven a true American patriot and an upright statesman clear in vision strong in judgment firm in action and inspiring and de serving of the confidence of his cotta trymen In asking the American people to indorse this Republican record and re new the commission to the Republl can party we remind them of the fact that a menace to prosperity always resided in Democratic principles and no less in the general Incapacity oft the Democratic party to conduct pubs lie affairs The prime essentials of business prosperity are public confi dence in the good sense of the govern ment and in its ability to deal intellN genllywltheach new problem of ad ministration and legislation This confidence the Democratic par never earned It is hopelessly prosIannounced halts and ceases In mere anticipation of Democratic blunders failures FOR GOLD STANDARD We renew our allegiance to the principles of the gold standard and declare our confidence In the wisdom of the legislation of the fifty sixth congress by which the purity of all ur moneyand toe stability of our cur rency on a gold basis has been made secure We recognize that Interest rates are a potent factor in production and business activity and for the purpose of further equalizing and further loworlng the rates of Interest we lavs or such monetary legislation as will enable the varying needs of season and of all sections to be promptly met in order that trade may be evenly sustained labor steadily employed and commerce enlarged KREH SILVRR CONDEMNED The volume of money in circulation never so great per capita as to day We declare our steadfast oppo sition to the free and unlimited coin ge of silver No measure to that end be considered which was without the support of the leading com merclal countries of the world How ever firmly Republican legislation ay seem to have secured the country the peril of base and discredi ed currency the election of a Demo ratlc President could not fall to im air the countrys credid and bring once more into question the intention I the American people to maintain pon a gold standard party their mon y In circulation The Democratic arty must be convinced that tile- merican people will never tolerate the Chicago platform We recognize necessity and propriety of theIonest cooperation of capital toineetrnew business propositions and espec to our rapidly increasing foreign but we condemn all conspira cies and combinations intended to re trict business and create monopoliesI o limit production or nd favor such legislation as will ef fectively restrain and prevent all such protect and promote compttl ion and secure the rights of produc ra laborers aud all who are engaged industry Iud commerce PROTECTION TO LABOReWe renew our faith in the policy of protection to American labor In hat policy our industries In that policy our industries have been established diversified and maintained By protecting home markets compe tition has been stimulated and pro duction cheapened The opportunity to the inventive genius of our people has been secured and wages in every department of labor maintained at high rates higher now than ever be fore and always distinguishing our working people In their better condi tions of life from those of any compet t- Ing country Enjoying the blessings of the American common school se curing in the right of self government and protected in the occuptcy of their own nmtktFs their constant increas ing knowledge and skill hive enabled them finall to enter the markets ofI tie world POLICY OP RECIPROCITY We favor the as c dated policy of reciprocity so directed as to open our markets on favorable terms for which we do not ourselves produce In return l for free foreign matkets In the fur ther Interest of American workmen we favor more effective restriction ofthet of cb labor from lor I theopportunillesilof e rotectlonof free labor as against con tract convict labor and an effective system of labor insurance FOR AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE Our present dependence upon for eign shipping lor nine tenths of our ftreign carrying isa great loss to the industry of this country It is also a serious danger to our trade for its sudden withdrawal in the event of European war would seriously cripple our expanding foreign commerce The national defense and naval effi ciency of this country moreover sup ply a compelling reason for legislation which will enable us to recover our former place among the trade carry ing fleets of the World RAn FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS The nation owes a debt of profound gratitude to the soldiers and sailors who have ought its battles and it is the governments duty to provide for the survivors and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen In the countrys wars The pension laws founded on this sentiment should be liberally administered and preference should be given wherever practicable with the respect to employment in the public service to soldiers and sailors or to their widows or orphans CIVIL SERVICE We commend the policy of the Republican party in maintaining the ef ficiency of the civil service ThRd ministration has acted wisely in Its ef forts to secure for public service in Cuba Puot to Rico Hawaii and the Philippine islands only those whose fitness has been determined by train ing and experience We believe that employment in the public service in these territories should be confined as far as practicable to their Inhabitants DKIRAXCIIISEMENT It was the plain purpose of the fifI teenth amendment to the constitution to prevent discrimination on account of race or color in regulating the elecI tlve franchise Devices of State go vjernments whether by statutory orC constitutional enactment nre revolu tlbnary and sould be condemned GOOD ROADS Public movements looking to a permanent Improvement of toads and highways of the country meet with our cordial approval and werecom mends this subject to the earnest con slderatlon of the people of the legislas lives of the several States We Ifavor the extension of the rural free dclivg ery service wherever its extension may be justified PUBLIC LANDS In further pursuance of the constant policy the Republican party to pro vide free homes on the public domainl we recommend adequate legislation to reclaim the arid lands of the United States reserving control of the distributions is of water for irrigation to the respective States and Territories is NEW SrATESsWe favor home rule for and the early S admission to Statehood ol the territoP rica ol New Mexico Arizona and Oieb nhomaSREDUCTION OP WAR TAXESliThe Dlngly act amended to provide sufficient revenue for the conduct c ol the war has so well performed its work that it has been possible to re duce the war debt in the sum of 000000 So ample are the governI revenues and so great is the public confidence In the integrity of Its obligation that its newly funded 2 pet cent bonds sell at a premium The country Is now justified in ex peeling and It will be the policy of the Republican party to bring about a reduction of the war taxes FOR THE CANAL We favor the construction ownerp ship control and protection of mian canal by the government of the United States New markets are nec for the increasing surplus of our farm products Every effort should be made to open and obtain new markets especially in the orient and the administration is warmly to be commended for Its successful olt to com mit all trading and colonizing nations to the policy of the open door in China In the interest of our expanding commerce we recommended that con gress create department of commerce and Industries in the charge ot a sec retary with a state department Unit ed States consular system be reorganized under the supervision of his new department upon such a basis of appointment and tenure as will render it still more serviceable to the nations increasing trade TIlE CHINESE TROUBLES The American government must protect the person and property of citizen wherever they are wrongfully violated or placed in peril WOMEN COMPLIMENTED We congratulate the women of e American upon the splendid record of public service In the volunteer aid association ns nurses In camp and hospital during the recent campaignsI ol our armies in theiastern Indies and we appreciate their ofII U FOREIGN AFFAIRS President McKinley has conducted the foreign affairs of tbe United States d with distinguished credit to the Amer Icuu people In releasing us from the vexatious condition of a European al liance for the government of Samoa liij course is especially to be coin mended By securing to our undivid ed control the most Important island harto1ln American interest has been safe gtmded theHift g i ollriatTbe Hague We assert our stead fastidlierence to the policy annouccd In the Mouroe doctrine The provN slonsof The Hague convention were wlrefy regarded when President Me Kinley tendered his friendly offices In iBtfctcrcat of peace between Great flrUian and the South African repub lit While the American government must continue the policy prescribed by Washington Burned by every sue ceeding President and Imposed by us at The Hague treaty of non interven tion in European controversies the American people earnestly hope that a way may soon be found honorably alike to both contending parties toI terminate the strife between them FRUITS OP VICTORIIn accepting by the treaty of Paris the just responsibility of our victories j in the Spanish war the President and approjlvalSpains sovereignty throughout thej West Indies and in the Philippines Islands That course created our responsibility I before the world and withC the unorganized population whom ourIintervention had freed from Spain totprovide for the maintenance of law and order and for the establishment good government and for the performance of International obligations authority could not be less thandour responsibility and wherever soytreign rights were extended It the high duty of the government to maintain Its authority to put downf armed insurrection and to blessings of liberty and civilization upon all the rescued people The largest measure of selfgovernment consistent with their welfare and our duties shall be secured to them bylaw To Cuba independence and self overnment were assured in the same voice by which war was declared and to the latter this pledge shall be per formed The Rpubllcan party upon its history and upon this declaration of Its principles and policies confident y invokes theconfidernte nnd npprov ing judgment of the American people A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which dying and exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Vhate needed is that which Is cleansing soothing protecting and healing ueha remedy is Elys Cream Balmt rice 50 cents at rfauggists or it willh e walled by Ely Brothers 56 Warren treet New York The Balm when laced into the nostrils spreads overt the mcmit a e and Is absorbed Acold in the head vanishes quicklyn OASTOnX41Iean You Kan Always Bought Gt thect 11 fAto aYOilowjournalM Why my child exclaimed the toothier goat youve got the jaundice You ate that yellow jour nal didnt ou Only n weenty teenty bit wa the Kid confessedoThat few uiouthluls of this sarsaparilla oster Philadelphia Post is ratHes AllRight Now I And a living of what Or Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will do for I weak lungs It wakes new blood blood is life to the lungs as well andI organnGolden Discovery neither alcohol nor narcotics It is not a stimulant but a strengthening medicine After using about five bottlttof Dr tierce benMonroe Co Ohio lie was bad wheu commenced to give him the Golden Medical DlKovtry The doctor claimed he bad coo and we doctored with him until he monthslucestill In good health We are very thankful to you for saving our son Children appreciate Dr Pierces Pleas ant relicts Theyro easy to take and- o not gripe WOLCOTT Sees Bright Prospects For His Party PAYS TRIBUTE TO v Brief Reference to the Peculations of Cuba SAYS LESSON IS NOT IN VAIN Tho Americans Will Not Mako Surrender of Elthor Con victions or Territory I Till WAY IS NKW slur NOT IIAItH 1 Since before the party convention in these United Statesthene was never one gathered under such hopeful and auspicious circumstances as those which surround us today United proud ot the achievements of the past four years our country prosperous and happy with nothing to regret and naught to wake us ashamed with a record spotless and clean the Re publican party stands facing the dawnS confident that the ticket It shall pie sent will command public approval rind that in the declrratlon of its principles and its purposes it will voice the aspirations and hoses of the vast majority of the American free menSenator Wolcott then reviewed at some length the administration of President McKinley paying a high tribute to the President and dwelling the prosperous condition of tbtI as contrasted with four years under President Cleveland lie then up the questions involved in theI acquisition of new territory conse quent upon the war with Spain He said There has been much discussion uring the past few months in respect o the extent of the power of this country to deal with Porto Rico andiurother possessions and it has frequently contended by the Demotcracy that as soon as we owners of any of these islands thetConstitution of the United States once entended over them or In the oratorical but misleading phrase The Constitution follows the flag SPECIOUS ARGUMENT The argument is specious but It- twill not bear investigation The same question was raised in 1803 at the time of the Louisiana Purchase and the doctrine then established by Con gress that we could acquire foreignt soil by purchase that the right to establish there such govternment as it saw fit and Constitution did not of its own forcet over ouch territory The doct trine was never questioned until in Calhouns time when it was sought o be denied in the effort to extend uman slavery Into the Territories The Supreme Court of the United States has more than once determined he question and the contention con perninget because anybody believes that the laws we have enacted for the governb ient of the islands are unjust older to embarrass the Adminlstra tlon in dealing effectively with our possessions The fig went to exico in 1848 the Constitution did not The flag went to Cuba andwas can led into Santlagoand Is there yet But our Constitution not only is not there but we are busy encouragingt uba to prepare a wn When any portion of our ten ritorv becomes sovereign Statethen our Constitution Its cornerstone In the territory of theTJnlted States riot included within State boundaries Congress alone determines the extent to which the provisions of the Con stitution extend CUBAN AFIAIRS The circumstances associated with our possession of Cuba are new and unparalleled in the history of con quests The cruelties practiced upon Us people induced the war Before we commenced hostile proceedings however and that the world might know that our hands were clean and that we were not animated by lust for territory we solemnly disclaimed any disposition or Intention to exercise sovereignty jurisdiction or control over the island except for pacification and asserted our determination when that was accomplished to leave the government and control of the island to Its people To this declaration we vigorously adhere When we took possessions at the close of the war we found condi tlons existing in Cuba to be deplor able Under the conservative and wise management of Gens Brooke and Wood vast improvements have been effected and we have given the people the first good government they have ever known We found its clUesIbeds of pestilence We have ed out yellow fever and made Ha vanna as healthy a city as exists at that latitude We took its starving reconcentrados who had survived the war and its other poverty stricken people and fed and clothed them We I I CATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS IITHE REMARKABLE CURE AfterYMr J Drake of Petrolea Ontario Canada writes Four years ago I bad a whichbrought lionJ Brake lug more could be done for me When ono of your lectures on the above disease was read to me I began to take Porona and Manalin and found it acted just urepresented In three month I was a well man and have continued so ever itnco Mr J N Howard of Marble Ark says It has been nearly two mouths since I wrote you giving a description of my cue r began takln runa and when I got your letter I ullowed Uio directions My doctor had no hope of my getting well My bowel organized a public school system and have everywhere established law and order This had first to be done Then followed a compliance of the terms of the treaty which gave the Spanish Inhabitants until April ii to determine whether or not they would register as citizens or presetve their allegiance to Spain Meanwhile a careful cen sus of the island was made Then came the fixing of the qualifications for the right of sU rage which fairly bestowed The island was dlveded nto municipalities and the registra ion provided for And on yesterday he i8th of June municipal elections held all through the island ad he first end preliminary step towards the establishment oi a national government and the adoption of the Constitution TIrE CUDAN rCCALATIONS And in this connection it is fitting o say that the peculations and frauds committed in Cuban by subordinate officials have made every American blush with shame and until the last f the guilty men is arrested and sen- eflcel that shame will know no abate It is no more to be charged to he party tItan would n theft by a- rusted employe be charged against he character of the merchant who employed him The party that shields I and protects dishonest officials forfeits public confidence not the party that exposes and punishes them The Re publican pnity has been rarely the victim of misplaced confi deuce in its officials In this instance the ap olnttnents were made with h Riet est care many of them from the clas ified service Whenever fraud tins een discovered the guilty have been pursued unsparingly and with the greatest publicity So bM it been with these thieving post office offi cials so has it been always la the vast aggregate ol business transacted tlman were so bloated that I could not restday or night If I ate anything at all I thought my case was hopeless But words cannot express my praise for wonderfull Improving But I have not Buffered a day since I began taking your aruthavegtmyswelled up Mrs Mary A Shear Jennings La says I am recommending your medI MydiseaseBoys I am quite welt now Tile kidneys are subject to catarrh tue lame as any other organ The catarrh may be slight giving rise to little or no disturbance or severe producing a genuine caio of Bright disease of Ute J kidneys vTheeymgtomoreatwfcW j j i painincolored and sometime clear urnsti a Catarrhof the kidneys quickly leads to chronlo Brlghts disease Pernna should be taken at the appearance of the first symptom If taken in the early stages of the disease Pornna la sure to cure every case Pernna cute catarrh of the kidneys simply because It cures catarrh wherever located No other yatomlo catarrh remedy hag as havingPorunscan bo substituted Thoro Is no other remedy that can be relied on to cure catarrh of the kidneys Porn na cures ca bodySendPornna Drug Mfg Co Columbus O land toward whom we sustain a fidn clary relation and whose confidence we ask TIlE FUTURE OF NATIONS The future of nations however like the future of man is hid Itom mortal vision and no more than man may a nation choose Its own duties When the war ended and we faced our vlc tory in all Its completeness we found eight millions of people living upon uncounted islands delivered into our hands Abandonment of them would be confession that while the oppression by Spain ot a million and a half of Cubans demanded our armed inter ference greater barbarity and cruel ty to millions of Filipinos less able to protect themselves was a subject of no concern to us No civilized nap tion In the world no Christian na tion could have turned these people back to Spain Our commissioners when they insisted upon our retention of the Philippines voiced the sentiments and wishes of the American people and this nation has assumed Continued on fourth page A FREE PATTERN ijour owe selection to er tab S Kribcr OeijsOcen- taaeuMCAUSk MAGAZINEV A LADIES MAGAZINE A r bItI IatftntnudishIngsotu1 1ep1 sb c rpr1y3 Styllib Reliable Simple U s AboltijPertectYltUs ME CALL PATTERNS ICNSeAAnowuce Patters is 1 S cli high A k Iwtkta SU tMUlnwrcUraW ten f kr il lr THE McCALL CO lltUI Wilt t4tk It Nm YMk qIi BLOOD POISON orIfollowingIamartdytptptloto sour treatment mercury potaabwhlch only euppreaaee lbs aymptoma for a time only to break out again when WET11OUTREATMENT patientbarpoaltiroNERVOUS DEBILITYOCR NEW METhOD TRRATMnNT cure TOD and make a man of you Under Ita influence the brain becomes active the blood purified ao that U all phllpl blotches and ulcers 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OOnfldiotlal QuasHes list and Cost ol Trutnenl FREE lot lions Curs DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 028 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO fi i i Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of TUE REPUBLICAN is 1 in advance IiI ntL IIartfod RUbIicaI1h I FON and LON ItOQERSEdI elephOnolneco =10 == tuld Fidws by Ihl HdPub Concoporate S Entered al Hartford post6ffics as scoMcIass mail mat j PRIDAYIJUNE 9 cREPUBLICAN TICKET run iiiiirtirWn t=teMl Ohio roil VIIIK IMIKSIIDiNT X3zos4cxo SSosooTolt 01 x Pw York PKESIUEST McKiNLEY fucetl onor ous rcspontiibilitiea in tie Spanish American war and he is amply able to face the new difficulties arisiui in the celestial lamia It it not furlunate that America has a station in 1000 miles of the disturbance inalctitl oi 6007 WqEN the American citizen gui t the polls to vote in Novetuber will he not compare the great prosperity of the country today with the yrtai adversity oi the last Democratic nil ministration There tiro many men who do not think but many of that class can tell it all by the ajiticar ance of his table iu tho expression ol the beloved wife or child McKiNLEY anti Itooeevelt mako the strongest ticket that tbe party could possibly have nominated Pres- Ident McKinlejre record is without blemish and tbe equal of any Presi dent the country has over hind Guv Roosevelt is a man In the estimation of the American people without a fault Hit nomination inure Nc York State to the Republican itcket IT Is an easy matter for the Guebel ite to claim the State fur Bryan free silver anti expansion antiprosper ity and anti everything eUo but tht reality will bo a different thing There will be two sides to the voting and Burerely two sides to the coiiuting To say the least of it the Republicant will be there to see that no etcaling In done The Federal Courts will attend to the thieves this time JUDOK JAB P TAKVIV of Coving ton has announced binuclt a canili done for Governor before the Lexing ton convention which rneels next month Mr Tarvin deserves all the honor he may be able to obtain from a Goebefized convention for he waj a very conspicuous clmracer in the recent political drama which result ed in the overthrow of civil liberty i ii Kentucky and exalted fraud and force to positions indeed couBiiouuui JuwiE TARNIS would be a land some lamb for the slaughter pen BO would Judge Lewis and so would young Mr lieckbuin Any of these mentionedor those who may be go unfortunate as to aspire for such H nomination will meet a sad falcon November G The people would pre fer slaughtering young Bfcktmm for the manner in which ho accepted ooda that ho knew bad been stolen from an honest and an honorable man COL BIIYAK arose in OG upon the horizon of political misfortune and shot acrou the celestial vphero ap plauded by many laving set temporarily it was hoped that it wouM prove permanently but it appear that he h to be launched again next weekof course thit time ho will ride a quadruple headed tttiiuial Mr Towne the Populist nominee fur Vice President 19 Jis present ruiiiiinj mate Wonder who it will bo thi time a wOld hence Vu suggest that tha Democratic party naught hull a splendid runner in George Washington AyiirHldn of tin known regions for the Gubernatorial plum in Kentucky Ho iabout the only man who would dare lace tbe peoplu of this outraged Common wealth on a platform endorsing the Goebel law or the monstrosity ol Goebeliin It is evident that no man in known regions would dare do such u thing Therefore wo put Aguinaldoin nomination McKiMKY is a veteran of l5 aldI Roosevelt is a hero ot W They will make a win I excellent team for the fall canniM Tho Picadcnt has proven liimsell u broid minded statesman during the most trying limos Inc the history ot the oiintry Such hums been his rec ird thst there was tint a voice raised agiii at his ro uiutni oat iou in the who c c untry G iv It uuuso velt has the c inlMcnee ol all chasse anti willwhell the opioriunity i 4 al forded bin prove a great fav irte IIII tile Americtu people Tun R publican i nl iliu uouny 11ftIt culled tll meet in IIKIM cunvKtiti III ill IIhopulliei in the c unity lo attend It id the beginning of a great battle c against a party that has stolen tho voice of honeet men At present J KgdtuCky la In 14Ve move is toovnrthrow the conpiratoraI and restore civil liberty to the people It will take a combined effort of the I Ojj lie II ts til Ooebehsin to this pnrpvse To that eml wo every good citizen to strive with urgoI this cause BY the acts of the recent legislature peoI were not elected it has become nec essary that the people of this State endure another campaign this year in which we are to elect another OovP ernor and have him serve TaylorI was elected but was robbed of lice by currish fiends and then in their frenzied state of minds he was thriven from the State mud today he is in a neighboring State where he enjoys peaco and the blessings of life which Kentucky under the swayof Goebels satellites denies him It will he quite different in this electionf from last The election Louisville have had one lesson in Judge Evans court and they seek not atcc ud Three ward heelers are serving a sentence of three years eacht in the federal penitentiary and there are others to follow When the federal courts are through with the election IIthioves of 99 it will be a hard under taking to find those of their like again TUB Chinese question has assumed such gigantic proportions that great interest is being manifcsUd in every civilized nation and the syntax of th uprising class styled Boxers has become of secondary importance It hUb been explained by a former in habitant of that country that the Chinese name of this revolutionary society is YeHoChuan or Yuto Cbuan moaning righteousness bar tarDily and fists It has also been set forth that these leaders are ideal athletes and this fact coupled with the worth fists is responsible for th term Boxers While this seems IInite plausible there Is another story which is perhaps the correct one This is advancel in the London Tiuuus by its correspondent from the troubled territory lIe gives the Chinese of it as I hocbuan and his interpretation of the chuan is not fists He says that there Is a Chinese word having the eatue pronunciation which does wean fists but that the spelling is not the same so that the Idea of fists is derived from a play upon words exactly iquivalent to an English dun This probably helped tl give currency to Boxer but the coi rect translation of Ibochtian is League of United Patriots Stock LawIThere In considerable agitation ai this time iu the county concerning general stock law The great dlistruction of fencing by recent Hoods has aroused thinking men to consider- a plan whereby the cost ot fencing may be curtailed It is proposed tIn by a vote ot the people a stock law b sanctioned und established by the provisions of which no stock should bu allowed to run at largeeTo many such a law might bo offensive but to the farmers generallyc it wou d probably be au Persons having stock and no pasturef land only would experience convenience of such a law On thec other baud the man who smites mother earth for the bread of mankindwould j fitid about 0110 half of his general ex i pauses besides that of the crop cur tailed There being but little pasture on the cornvuoas jiow is another argu nient in favor of the proposed law The scarcity of tInIer and the high I price of fencing material will in n few I years necessitate such n law As most all luncinjj in the country will have to bo made anew within the next few years If tIn iimmifiietiire and sale of tim her continues for the next ten years as it Inn in the past ten there will not be enough available timber then standing to fctieo uric luurth of the cJuni iy That tlm day uJ a gonernl stock law ia nrnr is ctrtitin The only jnes tin about it now is art tho people ready for it It deservu the nnqnali lied conaileralion ul ull concerned a The Platform Tho Republican platform appears on first palO today is whiehI cise statement of what the Hpublij can party proposes doing for the Government in thin next fur years based on the work of the present ad ministration It is a simple state uncut of the position of a truly threat national party so plain that a child can read and understand h dee with every question coil t ruui I rig th America nation in such a manner tint culls forth from at hu ii i ic4Irtie praise in tire liijjhest IHIIIAIThe gold standard leglsuti n by tbeOlih Cimgreii was licumlv en dorsud and the liiaucicrs nitlliiisii non men ut thin u tintry will not ho- hurraed over thn qnettinn ilurlug cuupii n All cliiislendnni hai theIIIIIlIley what is termed free ard unlimited illume of silver aud America cer tainly deserves more than these dcj casing kingdoms While the L cial ajalom above all bthefs ie bi this greatest imprlancethat policy which guarantees to the laborer constant ernI oyineuit was strongly endorsed American idea of protection is rapidly growinp many other cmntritw have adopted it in part mini England has been felon 15 contemplating a similar plan ol protection to home in dustry Every man who hn kept informed on national issues knows what the platform of the Republican party is It can not be inininulcratood front tire fact that it is n continuation of tho artY administration outhe same plainca which it lies been laboring e Marys Quick Wit Despite a manifold contradiction it is common to hear people say that women possess no subtle wit Mary remarked Angelina I am sorry to see your using hair dye- D you not know that hair dye af ects the eyes Why Angelina dear thats just what I am using It for Even il woman has no subtle wit she has a great deal of intuition lint Is of itself a great benefit Omaha WorldHerald Do you read what people say about Hoods Sirsaparllla It Is curing all forms of disease caused or promoted by impure blood YOUNG MHN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting nut typewriting Tins is endorsed by all leading railway eomp1 Its as the only perfect and reliable institution of its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free cHtJlogue Fall term opens August 5th Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky BIG ENGINE IS SPEEDY Spoclal Trains of Colorado ox curslonlsts Tests Now Locomotive Railway men ofall classes are watching with much interest the tests ot the 1200 series of engines of the Rock Island road the largest tunning out of Chicago in passenger service Engine No 1230 was given its first se vere test lor power nod speed last weekThe patrons ol the Rock Island first excursion to Colorado occupied tourteen of the largest coaches Thi was enough for two trains to be pull cd by ordinary passenger engines of the day considering the sped re quired The big engine did all that was expected of it and more Between Chicago nnd Rock Island it pulled tlint train of fourteen coaches with ease on schedule tIne and when call ed on for a little extra clint develop ed a speed oi 72 miles an hour Undines ol that class will haul oil he special trains which will be usct by the Rock Island in its series ol Colorado excursions at the rate ci one fare plus 2 for the round trip three more excursions will be given leaving here July 9 July 17 and August I The departing time of the special trains will be 415 p ui but n the dates named excursion tickets will be honored on all regular trair1 special trains to be used are high lass throughout Thorough dining ar service is provided and the run rom Chicago to Colorado is made only one night on the road Ex rates will be made to Colorado and Utah front all points on the Rock Island between the Missouri River and Chicago Chicago Inter Ocean DMILLfUw Look in Cyour mirror today Take a last look at your gray 1 It sure ly may be the last if you want it so you YfARS needntkeept hair a week longer than you wish Theres no S guesswork about this t- Its sure every timeaTo re storecolor to Cray hair use for using After it yIQor- v t or three weeks notlcehow much younger you ap pear ten years youngerIat least Ayers Hair Vigor also cfalling bdidIt cannot help but dotthese its hairfood when the hair is well fed it cannot help but grow It makes the scalp healthy and this cures that causes dandrufftS 180 a bottle All ilrusiltU Iy hair wi coming out ba4lysIUt AJtr Hair Vigor tithkkutheAlrll Ii 1809 Yarrow I T rWrite j70Iwrit tXLJto 4 v PEOPLES PARTY IstATE CtiNVENtION Official Call for a Convention at Louisville August 1st to Nominate a Cnndl dato for Governor Never before in the history ot Ken tucky have her citizens been called upon to face a graver state ot public affairs than at the present time To day the civil liberty of every cltiz n bat stake nod it behooves ever thoughtful and patriotic person t weigh well any action he may take In the political affairs ol the State On the one hand we have the Dew ocrotic pirty the author and upholde- of the the most infamous election In ever placed upon the statute books o I a Statea law the plain purposes 01 which are to deliver into the keeplnp of spoilsmen and politicians the des tlnies of a great commonwealth ever to the extent ol arbitrarily overrldirf the plainly expressed will 01 the ma jority a patty of broken promises i party of impotency n party under th leadership ol reckless spoilsmen whosi utter disregard of Democratic prlnci pies of government deserves the em platte condemnation ol every tutu Democrat a party now officered t y those who in 1896 mutinied and be traycd their associates into the hand 01 the enem I and who today greeI those whom they betrayed with a Ju das kiss- Otithe other hand we have the Re prlnI are masses for ot the capitalistic classes Therefore those who are opposed to the menacing plutocracy ol todayi cannot link their destinies with those oftbit party hence it becomes nec essary for those cltizjns of Kentuckj who do not propose to l e parties t the electoral crimes of the cocallei Democracy or the unjust and oppre live legislation of the wealth tlddei Republican party to seek new and congenial political alliance Thi they can find in the Peoples patty Ve call the attention of the people of Kentucky to the fact that the Peo pIes party has lied no part in plung- Ing the State into political anarch The hideous record of the past thp political crimes blackening the fai name of our beloved State are not uj our marking and had the principle of the peoples party been in vogue in Kentucky such could not have happen cd The bitter fruit of the past Is the legitimate result of the partisan eye tern cf government and the only rein edy Is to abolish government by polit- Ical putties and give to the lxop i the power to directly govern them selves This is provided for lu tli Populist system ol Direct Lepislstirt through the luitiattvi and Releren lum through which the people mn propose and vote upon any law N may compel the submission of any act ot legislation to a direct vote o the people lor ratification Hid thi system been in vogue in Kentucky the past no set of unscrupulous poll ticians could have secured the enact iient ol a vicious partisan electitr law such as the one now disgracing this State arid disfranchising her Ion est people And while we unhesitatingly declare that the supreme is sut in Kentucky is the enactment of A fait and honest election law which will guarantee to the citizen the right ti cast his vote as he pleases and hay that vote counted as cast still we in sist that the issue of Direct Legislation Is inseparable therefrom and will pro vide the only guarantee that a fututc time spoilsmen of sonic party will not repeat the follies and crimes of the present against the ballot We feel that the rank and file of the people of Kentucky of all parties art honest and sincere that they desire only the good of the State and of itt people and were these to unite in one political body with the one great pur pose to give to the people the right oi absolute self government through DI rect Legislation nnd a fair arid honest electoral system that they would con an overwhelming majority ot he people Therefore firmly adher ing to all the glorious principles ol populism as set forth in the humor al Omaha platform and as reaffirmec nd emphasized in the Cincinnati platform we invite nil citizens regardless of past party affiliation and belief on other questions who ate willing to join with U9 in a grand crusade for fair elections and for the establish went of the yteui of Direct Legisla ion or self government by the peo pIe to join witn us in the State cons- entlon of the Peoples party at Louis ville on August r 1900 That we ay have wide differences on econom c questions should b no bar to such union lor this specific purpnse as wt an through the system of Direct Legislation express our differences y voting direct upon nil questions 01I Importance and submitting like rue Americans to the decision of the majority Whatever may be our belief upon any question we know that our pet idea cannot succeed until a majority of the people are in favor 0- 1Itand under Direct Legislation as oon as a majority favor any proposi ion it may become a law Why then should not those who believe in- ociallini in single tax In prohibl on jn public ownership of public p- tilities or in any of the multitude ol economic reforms and all olhrcitiz ens who believe in the rule of the ma jority through an honest electoral syc ern unite with us to first secure Di rect Legislation and the opportunity vote direct upon the questions at r iI j- i isJue and to haVe those voteS counted j as cast Firmly belleVing that this proposi lion points to the way out ol the pies eat wilderness of woe which envel opec the fair commonwealth of out native State we repert the invitation to lilt citizens tojoin us in this crusadi against the spoils system of politic and the political corrttptionists win would wreck our Stite and prostituti Its invitations in order to secure th power to control its destinies and U livlde its plunder Acting upon the instructions ol thi State Central Committee of the Peo pies party in session at Louisville on May 31 we hereby call a Stat convention of the Peoples t meet in Louisville on Wtdncsday- I August i 1900 at nine oclock a m for the purpose ol nominating a can Jidate for Governor of Kentucky re organizing the State Committee BI provided by the plan adopted at tile Cincinnati National Convention one mending to any business which ma I properly come before a State conven tlon of the party We also order cau 1cuses of delegates from the variou Congressional Districts on the nigh oi July 31 at which shall be selectet a member of the Committee on Cre dentials and of the Committee on Res olutions Each county shall be enti tied to five votesatlarge and om additional vote for each fifty or ma jority fraction thereof votes cast for JI A Parker for Clerk of Court of Ap peals in 1897 By order ol State Cen tral Committee ot the Peoples part of Kentucky W B BHIDGKIORD- j State Chairman W P MARSH State Secretary Tfc rtv I WHtff Catarrh In IkU mtUm of th manlrv limn nil other iUm M at tmrrtkvr BII milll I h kitItwytat wn MHI H to IonMe Kiirit arMkDwny mniilurtiiMinmuuiMT It H Imrtl itlMNUN IH 1 pniMribvU IINU FMMtilU uad br rom t atljr talltiijrtn run with l wnl trra nit pnmiMIHml It iHrHnblr PikiH 5ts pfilY nt4irth to ben nmptltftthnuil 4Iiw HH thivtlonfimialrwicuBtltatkiiutttiMtinmt Hull Otturrh iiiv HMiMliMUml hv P J Cbrwjr tu T Mi Hilii I ill onljr nHutlmtliHWI rvr on tW mukrt Ill Uton lnl riuiNr Imlom from 19 IeuiM to n tmtomf l IIto iMnctti oe ilK MIMI ttml muni M esafT- bcsr th lrt otttr ou haulnil dollar l nfl tiixli oilS to raCr totd lrrIpcaIo isI ilimoII o Adilrm V JIIIKNKVToMn O- SuMtiy l r mrMK TGo lllUV FHmlly lilt n 111 Notice to Creditors All persons having cliims agninil the estate of E T Miller decease are notified to present the same prol erly proven to the undersigned per sonal representative at my cfficei- tHrtrtfr i Ky on or before the 4l lay cf July 1910 or they will be foi ter barred 494 Thisjune lath IJ P NEAL Admr K T Miller decd e Our Greatest Specialist For 2J yenrs Dr J Newton Hath ray his fn stirctbsliilly tnated chronn iseaes that he ii RCknol died t profmethod of treatment lor Veticowl tad Stricture without the aid of kill T cautery cntv In 91 per cent ot a iffs In the treatment ol Loss i Vital Forces Ncrvxii Dlsordcrn KId- ney and Urinary Complaints Paral ifs Blood PoiMjnirjr Rhrumatisn Cttarrh nnd Diseases pecu iar to wo lien he is especially successful Dr Hulhaways practice Is more tine specialistIphysicians readily yield to his treat went Write him today fully abou your case He makes no charge fr consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mail Address I Newtci Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn t e This Minister Not an Export Its funny our minister never mar ried remarked the young husband vho had just refused his wife at taster bonnet in his endeavor t change the subject I think hed make a good husband Well replied the wife warmly he didnt teem to make a very good one when he married us Yonkeri Statesman p iiiiutt ivriTrii iv TMII- ii11 no Unit huliit fleW ImlrIUllolc 111111 liikMilu ent Irtl5 atiil Inhi in- lI i Ililllii IMIKUP unil Slnlnrlnl IVvirn ArtiJ- on III Ihr tount nittlm nvntim lluttir thiiiM Inlulni ilimmiilivil try It At hirucghsts nith nnilfltiulKjlttni asWt I Coal We will exchange coal or delivci from the Dr Miller Bank for any j thing in the Dry Goods Groceries oi Feed line at Hartford prices Tele phone 66 Jso A KD MiuKn e Notice to Chairman Greensbllrg ky June 9 1900 To the Chairman or Secretaries ol he Republican County Committees ol the Fourth Concessional District You arc requested to send to meat soon as convenient full rosterol you County Committee Do not ntglcc this Important duty Yours respy F ll McCinmiN Stcy Rep Cons Cum 4th Dist S 1S Iliiiil Tulnrrn Spit auif RnioLe Yuur Life tiay To ijlilt toloiva ciixily unit furutcr lioiuatr Kllc Jiillnf lift nurro nIt t leur tiiLo KuTo lluctiio woiiilcrwnrtirr hueS IOI111e wcult nici ilront All ilnijixKU iiioarfl Cure r111ruuli lecil IliHilttct nml miilo free iMrttk tcrllns licinoiljr Co ClilroKO cr New York Tho Rapid Transit Problem M Rapid trnnsit brtwern lire hn incaw art of cities and liner mlmihs i wholly a Hinder n problem itifi princi my a recent prnlilciu mud orii illicit has tHxfd to its utinort thi Itt cujflnesiiiig taltnt ul the nut hclirillimt nchieVftnenU ol htrrr G tailway engineers in Ihe pre cnt gen ration iiave no more tIara kept pace sn I with urgent accesalties The solti tlon of the problem have brought lory to Invcntera and great fortunes to promoters And yet the problem rowing luster than any solution or ill the solution together mu uric to e finally solvid In the ureat cities if Hurope nnd Asia business is wide y distributed in n multitude of small thops and factories but in American ities it Is generally concentrated so that n large proportion of the people n business must go several wiles from their homes to reach their paces f employment We sometimes took sack on our fathers days In n kind of oltying way And yet the horsecars ind omnibuses 01 forty years ago were hen wore satisfactory and adequate onveyances in the streets of New Vork City than any underground el tvated railroad can be at the present time The growth of American cities n the nineteenth century lots been marvelous and it is continuing at bout a constant tote For example lie city of Brooklyn now a borough f Greater New York has grown in npulation from forty to fortysix per ent every decade since 1860 the in reae being quite regular from 290 000 n 1860 to 120000 In 1899 The United States census in 1790 showed 110873 persons living In six cities The census of this year will probaly how 25000000 persons living in 6J ities There are young men in bus ness now who will live to see Greater Sew York with rooooooo inhabl ants Taking the figures oi the last Iederalcensus it is seen that whllr he population of the whole country has Increased twelvefold In a century the urban population has increased eightysevenfold This growth in cities means increas in the populated area of each city antI so the distances to be travelled from the residential suburbs to the business districts are constantly increasing The density population in the central part of a illy tuny also increase In New YorV city there is a maximum density ol i ooo residents to tire acre this I more than double that of the most congested cities of Europe George H Johnfrn in Frank Leslies Popu tar Monthly for Fuly svrrrssunuiii KMIUIVO MjrruM mmMhi thuth try 1thM TimbH Krmt irmtnif lorihllh iml nil MnUHn rvvir IMtir th a u Uln llDnrnniM l try t At llriunrlotii Kr nIIuWIiutuk iate Timely Aftorthougt As sure as we cut down that story ibout the cu that was wrtckei and ooted thonteit the night editor trough the tube the other papers will play it up big Thats all right responded the nmiaglngeditjr We havent room Trim it down to 2000 words Hes cutting rtf his nose to spite his lace Thats bcut the size nit nuttcred the othtr turning away Whats that came with startling listinctness through the tube 01 was telllrg the toys rtjoined he night editor with his lips at the uoutbpiccc again that we hid to ut it down on account of the fight for pace on the part ufthg advertisers Chicago Tribune aDd IIUkty tbts- i fur J I home with DPU 4JtllV= 3811 uu viouuii io u e UUM 104 NcrUi frjor as p CERALVO KY June 2sThe farmers have again resumed their work but find crops really dmuagul by the recent rains Mr J C Reid and wife returned ionic from Beaver Dam Wednesday vherc have seen visiting friends ind relativesI Misses Price Garrett and Eddie IJverley visited friends in Muhlen urg county last week Mr Jess Hill reports a great loss ol aw logs at the mouth ot Green river Rev ShU Alt filled his regular ap mtntment at the Methodist church Sunday night The Chlldtens Day at Union Grove chool house ws quite a nice affair nd was greatly enjoyed by all Misses Maud and Jessie Barnard are visiting friends and relatives in Beaver lim this week Cerilvo was favored Saturday night vith music earl an abundance of ice iran Three ehecrsfor the recent noml lations Fellow republicans lets live them such an overwhelming ma nity In the grand oM Commonwealth if Kentucky that the manipulators of he counting machine will not be able o enumerate the vote and VJ Bryan xiii be forced to say the second time there comes a frost a killing frost II und when he thiuVs good easy man ull surely his greatness is a rippling lips his root and then be falls as he lid in 1896 As on antidote for Bryarilsm and ilverlitm take Wm McKinlcy and tooscvtU once every four years and irosprrily is surely yours I will close fitli hi lit xishes for UK HniflllICAS COUNTIIY Dost for the Dowels No malttT what ails you headache i H ctricvr your wil never Bit well intil I cur hiwtfl arc put right CAS AKIjrS hfl riatine cute you withi ut a vrtp or pain produce easy not i iral nuvtnicnt cot you just ro itt tn itiit vetting your health or Irk C SCARll Canny Cathar IJ tit ciTutrie tort up in metal CItllnpdI Illustrating tho StorySi Shon triune sqn saida worthy tmin emigrant to his hopeful heir enufyea s whom he had heard us- g profane language Slioti my 1 4 I x JAn fiveryDay Sale of AFirstClass Mercfiandise This seasons goods no buck numbers More for your money th many other house or give your money backIDry Goods Hats Extra good Brown Domestic egoodfur Huts soc 8 hints Tourist style Good bleached Domestic sc jnc Best Calicoes 50 Mens Straw Hats roe use 250 Vine dress Ginghams Syc5cc soc 75C and fioo ClothingPretty biggest line of MuslinsPretty ctralewe have had in this line we Nice line of Liwns sc still have many Suits and OJd t 1 Good Straw Matting I2c Pants that we will run out at cur Lades Hose only 50 PRICKS that will make our corn IantspeUtors sick Come now and secBest Blue Cottonade SHOES AND SLIPPJ RSeIfan Shoes for Indies and men will soon Ibe ii thing of the past Next season they will not be worn by good dressers We give the public the benefit of QUI foresight We will turn every Tan Shoe and Slipper into money quick They tire all this sea sons goods We have a big line of ladies Black Slippers that we will run out at cut prices Latest styles No back timbers in our house You who know us know that our prices on first class merchandise have always been at the botton Wo are hero to do business mid if SC11iil 1I11tb 1l1liingoods note our prices then buy elsewhere if HtillJLO Ba jjgi ILS- I I rIJTtHLts I cw eTI1C TELcp- uol4cMurctctroci by the Southern Electrical Company JSrashVlJJe TennAnsi be convinced that it in the 17eer of any telephone ON THE MARKET Wc male a specialty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Lone Distance Transmitter best bard rubber hand Telephones With Batteries complete forjJSOQg F O n Cars Nashville Write us for prices on all material used in connection with thd TELE PHONE OR ELECTRICAL h3tSINESS VVe Are ae iacafuiftitirs son conic here and I vIII dell you H fiddle stories N w my am shall be a drue story or a uiakebelicvt I Oh a true story ol course answer edjohn j Perry fell den Tere was vonce a Root nice oldt gentleman almost like I me and VJH day he heard his son shwearing like a young fillan ns he vas So he vent to the vlnklc cornerI and dook out n cane shoast ns marI lolng now and he took his little cal by de collar din way ion see and vollopped mini shoot sl1 And den my tear son he bull his ems dis way and smack hisfcedut way and tells him to gnmnut his supper shorst as you vill do dis eleninpr London Tit Pits NERVITA PILLSRe- store Vitality Lost Vltor and Manhood I Cure Impotency Night Emluloni Loss of Mem I dlteaiei i i effect of Hlfibuia or u and Indlicretlon I W I nerve tonlo 70nd 1011 bl11Jder Drlull1Ilow toana testnrea the of mat CTSper box 0 bun tor 9360 with our bankable aaranteato cure refund the paIlS Bend for circular ud cops of our bankable guarantee bond JnnIhl Tablets STRENGTh Immediate ResultsULL0tYLABEL Poaltlrelr guaranteed cure for Lou of Power OrwanlParealan Hysteria Fits Inunltr and the leulu orExcenlYII of tobacco Ojulum ot Liquor mall In viain package a- ox 0 for AtsOO with our bankable parntee bond to our in 80 days or refund money paid Addre- llNERVITA MEDICAL CO I Clinton Jackson OUL CHICAGO ILL ILOW RATES ttt LLNO1 QEMT4L R R i JulyIU IIootnImili Julys HuiiiH got fo rrturu until July 7 Illtluolv Tlcketn nml lull Inliirinntlun 11010 ralM Iu ran imtlnn Kllh Ihn nlinro rnn ln huiluf uRrhUol T the IVutrul n ui IIUUUI Hum WM JlfltltAV Dlr 1nw AfTiil Sow Orlu Jso Anrorr i iv Iuiios AOTiit u uiiiiU I A II 1IAXSN II I A Chime W A KtlllONI a IJ I A IuuUTUI Notlco amiTelgraptn j pbne and Exchange Co have sold their tele phone outfits to the Rough Rivir Telephone Co and desires to buai r UI lIl1lbLII JO netts Ibe = UAre the dair for ODu WitS IJnlm fOIitlko1111mrolIIOtolle bo laIa er 0 whlndo Notlca For H atjb rl cleaning cll hes S cull Unloutt For the next thirty days nro going to have sureenough TALK t ING MATCH The way it iswe tusk for our GOODS and our f goodi talk for us Fur the time mentioned wo nro going to give you grad HONEST VALUKSnt LESS that OLD TIME PRICKS 1 Wash Goods Now that the hot weather is on you will bo looking for thin fabrics not too high in price but nice in quality We were for tunalonoiigh to get just what you want at reduced prices Plenty of pretty figured Dimities sheer and nice at lOc t Rig lot of Organdies fine quality figured at lOc YyItotty figured Swisses at 15c India Linens Oc lOc 15o 20c 25c cud 30c tse 1 Pretty lino or Laces and Embroideries to trim nny of these goods Slipper Department Our etooic is large and it must bo reduced Tire way wo are going- to do it is to CUT TIm PRICE You can buy our 82QO Iroiuncjer ilijipors m tan latest toe atSlTfi You can hay oar 31 76 Priamcycr Slipper latest last black rent tug top for 91 f0 You cnn buyour SlfiO Pnesinoycr Slipper in black for 8125 Tiiis comes in heel or spring heel Now is the time to wear these goods and it is certainly the time to buy the- mHot Weather Articles for Men We are fixed in the lino of Men Wear All wool Serge Coats 250 to 83 rir Maos plain and Saucy Linen Suits 82 to sa Gad black Lustre Coats 8125 to sa Complete line for hoya and young men of fancy light weight Cuielniere Suite It 85 tn 12 50 Mens Balbriggan Shirts anti Drawer 25c each Bus Gauze VMt2 Mu8iiic Miuimer Suipoudtrt aolors last 2fie IVg line latest tyls metiv and boys Straw Hats 2fioto 81 Good fut black Soclti Ific or two pairs for Vic Soino In tan Latest style lowcut Show 8100 to 200 IJg selection Mens fancy Negljgee Slnrts 2o each or six for l SIV Good extra ww Innlered Handkerchiefs each or six for 25c t f ilk Sleeveholders Re per pair lii lnii Garters all colors 15c to 25c per pair Mens fnncy Summer Ties lie to 50c We keep a stock urpaed by none I Sciitl prices on Table Linens bleached and brown Cottons Shirting Prints fie- VISIT HiAbcjtARTKUS WHICH Lx j Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 29 Mr T II llihiirin is on the sick list VAxTltni crlve thousand three foot boards KnoN AiCDKRSOK Mr JH Bteaesrof Umr Law was in torn Tumnfoy Mr Vugtt RenJrow Dundee culled to see us yesterday Mr Pen Taylor of Mcllenry Is y visiting Mr TII Ui min this week Mr I M tender Louisville visit L cd his parrots Mr and Mrs W D Render Saturday and Sunday Prof A 1 Taylor returned Tuesday from Klkton Tudd county where he has been the past two weeks on the r examination board They had eleven applicants for license to teach while we had reverity Mr U lf RiRgs of Louisville Is in town Mr Riggs represents the New Krttflaud Life Insurance Com any lie is n very pleasant gentleman and we hope way do well in thts community Mr Reuben BenntU of the N Creek ncifibboihood has moved Int town Mr Bennett will carry the overland mall to Owensboro durin the next year taking charge of the same next Monday Prof C IL Ellis lest this week i for a visit to friends nnd relatives in Colorado and Oklahoma He returns about the middle of August to take charge ol the Greenville Ky high school which he has been employed to teach the next ten month r r r Messrs Fon Rogers and Ernest Woodward held an examination at Trisler yesterday for applicants who desire to graduate in the public school course Teachers should encourage their pupils along this line and per Imps they would take mOTe interest in their fchool wo k I The Rlngllng Bros show at Owens bQro last Friday nttuctcd qulten lit tie attention a number of our folks attended The blowing parties went from Ilutfotd Messrs C P Keown B B Collins R T Collins U S Carson TM Taylor Henry NaIl Wayne Render Ike Sindrrfur Cleve Iler Clarence Castbier Perry Keown Earnest Tweddell Mf 1R D Walker aid wile Mr and Irs Pete Thomas Mr W L Cooper and Miss Etta Thomas Mrs S K Cox and daughter Iwfielle u a e turn WKIU AIL list 1AIt Dot CouKb orrup TuiciUuud Use tlran by Jpinrll S UMPTION ja MM Sallie Coleman dltchello f Bedford Ky is visiting friends in town thiswrek Miss Lilly Thomas who has visiting relatives in Louisville ha returned home Mr W D Miller went to Louisville Tuesday to have an operation perform td ou his little sons deformed lc Mr O G Williams who has been working on the Beaver Dam Gleaner has accepted a position in the Herald office Mr B D Ringo and children who have ben the guests ol relatives iu Schochoh Logan county returned home Monday Messrs B S Chamberlin Will Stevens sort Frank McCormick the No Crtek neighborhood made u a pleasant call Monday The show at Beaver Dam last Friday was a disappointment On account ot the rairvthe circus part might be pronounced failure Mr W B Tanner of Stockdale Texas is visiting relatives in this community Mr Tanner has been In Texas hbout twenty years 0The Fourth ol July will be celebrat nextoWednesday Every lover ol the flag deadga great success Mr Theodore Sbullol Williams Mines died Wednesday night of stomach troubleand was burled yesterday evening at Cenlertown He leaves a wife and two children He had been sick quite a while On account of National Democratic Convention at Kansas City Mo July 4th 1900 the I C R R will sell tickets from Beaver Dam Ky to Kansas City Mo at the rate ot 15 20 for the round trip Tickets will be sold only July rat and 2nd limited to continuous passage in each direction nnd to July gh 1900 for return De agates leaving heaver Dam on train No tot at 230 p m July 2nd 1900 can join the Jackson special at Pulton Ky through train to Kansas City Mo S B YANMBTBR Agt MvtiIjItWjtfjIkflv ISummer colds 5J are noted for hanging on They weaken your throat j3 and lungs and lead to 32 4 troubleDont with them 5u Scotts Emulsion at 2g once It soothes heals 5j and cures SOcMdt All drvtthls l THEREIr S BUT 0 5 Jf 1 1RjYD BUT 0ll4Ef la III 11 I I I Grantla eI thUI icJof Niagara lsltheuniversavsong oft enure Sal i H III IrlIltltltHJold MERXCAS IQREiArTlESr1I BL OD M 1DIG1 E as othin g elsecan Mrs J E Davidson left yesterday fora weeks visit to relatives at White Run Miss Norma Miller spent the first of the week in Cromwell Mr U SPaxton near Beaver Dam called to see us yesterday Prof and Mrs John B Taylor of Beaver Dam visited Mr and Mrs R P Neal yesterdy The play Gyp the heiress which was to have been given to morrow night leas been posponed until next Friday night July iGth Sirs A J Casey and children of Nashville Tenn who have been vis itlng in Hartford for sometime re turned home yesterday Mr Aiubroa Stroble of Fort Wayne ndhas arrived and is now in charge of the Hartford Bakery He will give It a trial for two weeks and if it proves what It should lie will remain here permanently Ills experience is rath er extensive and comes well recom mended We wish him success Prof Wm Poster who has been at Richmond Kentuckyduring the past year has resigned his position to ac cept the Chair of Chemistry in the Princeton University Princeton NJ Prol Poster is a worthy young educa tor nnd his advancement to this post tibn ol honor is no more than he de serves Mrs George Gralt living east ol i Hartford about three mllesdled Wed nesday morning of consumption and was burled at Mt Vernon yesterday morning at 10 oclock She leaves five children and a number of friends to mourn her eternal absence Only a few days ago Mr Graft died of the same dreaded disease Twice John L Powers has been attested for the same offense and twice he has been freed He was recently arrested in Ilnran county and pres seated novo Tnylors pardon and WAS liberated Our Goebel fiends may say what they please of the mountain counties but their judges recognize Taylors pardons all the same The Floating Studio wilt make the following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May aid satire main until June 4th Smallhouse June 5th and remain until June roth Kirtleys or Humphreys Landing 13thsaS till June J8th H O SCHUOETKK Propr Prof W G Welborn of Christian burg W Va has been elected Presi dent of the West Kentucky Seminary He Is a graduate ol Bethel College marl a Kentuckian by birth Hecomes highly lecorilrnended nnd we hope he Is an educator of good standing and will fill the place vacated by Ptof Ray The trustees are improving the streets in town which is a toofbeingsconstructed very astbut then the board has fulfilled all of its pledges but this one and it is sure to do thatI Thanks gentlemen continue yourI good work and lets have a firstclass uptodate town Sheriffs T Stevens returned TuesI day Irdm his Eastern tour and Count ty Attorney M L Heavrln returns ed iome Wednesday They reo port a very pleasant trip to Washington Philadelphia and New York They had the pleasure of meeting President McKinley and talkI ing with him in the White HouseJ The convention is reported as being a love feastIThere will be a Missionary meeting at Mt Hermon church near Beda the second Sunday in July Chile drens Day exercises will be inter spersed with the missionary program and a profitable time is anticipated There will be dinner on the ground l which will be free to everbody A col lection will be taken for the benefit of the missionary cause Mr J R Florida of Nashville Tennesee who was recently In Hart ford on business was killed in a rail road wreck near Macon Georgia laptc Sunday Mr Florida was a businessman of very fine ability He started in life a poor boy but had accumu lated a very nice little fortune We are very sorry to hear of his sad mis fortune Mr M J Holbrook who teaches at Bulord tula fall has determined to be gin his work by establishing school 11withcream supper at the school house on I Saturday night July 7 It is a worthy undertaking and should be supported by all persons in sympathy with the public school Every teacher in the 1 county should follow the example and begin a district library It would surely be one of the greatest aids nee cssary to the success of the school i DR FINER SHOT I Sensational affair at Hop kinsville TuesdayI Dudley Waro Shoots Rov PlnorWhllo Making a Pas toral Call on His Wlfo I TheRevDrWalkerTCPlner pastor of the Methodist church South in this city nnd one of the ablest and most popular ministers of the denomiuas tim was shot and palnlully wounded yesterday afternbon by James Dudley Ware a wealthy tobacco dealer and former member of the City Council The shooting occurred in Mr Wares residence where Dr Finer was mak- Ing a pastoral call on Mrs Ware Owing to the prominence of the principals and the sensational features of their encounter the affair has shocked the people of this community Had the ball fired from Mr Wares pistol passed an Inch low er Dr Piner would doubtless now be lying dead and according to one Ver sion but for the preachers coolness and forbearance Mr Ware wouldhavt been killed At present the accurate details are extremely difficult to ascertain andI from the mass of rumors heard on all Ides it is almost impossible to silt the facts Acting under the advice of his council Judge Joseph McCarroll Dr Piner firmly declines to give out any statement for publication He I said that in due time the courts probe the matter It Is wouldI that he leas Insisted on the thoritles making a thorough Investl gation Presiding Elder Browder has been sent for and is expected to nr rive iu the city tonight The shooting occurred shortly after 3 oclock yesterday afternoon Dr Finer had been in ths neighbor hood making calls on members of his congregation He went to the Ware residence to consult with Mrs Ware In reference to a present which the women of the Methodist church corn teuiplated giving the Rev Dr Henry C Settle ot Louisville a former pas tor who is visiting in the city He and Mrs Ware were in the parlor and alter talking with her about twenty minutes he arose tp leave He was in the doorway leading into the hallC and Mrs Ware was standing in the center of the room The front door was shoved violently open and MrI Ware screaming like a madman sad uttering oaths staggered in Perceiv Ing Dr Piner he drew a revolver from his pocket and flourishing it in theI air cried What lu the hI are you doing herd Then he fired Jut at that moment the minister realizing his danger had docked his head This was exceedingly fortu nate for us it was the ball inflicted a severe scalp wound and otherwise it would have entered his brain Dr Piner sprang upon Mr Ware and lorI a moment they struggled for possrsI alon of the weapon The preacher is a man of fine athletic skill and he succeeded shortly in pressing theI muzzle of the pistol under Wares chin and could have blown his head off by pulling the triggerIWhen the tobacco man was disarmed the cartridges were removed from he weapon Dr Piner with the blood streaming down his face left the house and walked to the Rev J W Venables residence where the bleed- Ing was stapched He then walked Inmonrd1stitches IIThelive obtained thlff version of the shoot i ing from a close friend of Dr Piner J and it Is accepted by all ot the mints tern friends Mr Ware IialterIand IItakenreleased on bond of 1000 The soloing trial will take place FridayI morning at 10 oclock Mr Ware charged with shooting with intent toC kjll The witnesses summoned in the ase are Mrs Ware Mrs Piner and I C K Wyly j Ware is said to be sixty three years old but would easily pass for fifty j He Is a leading Democrat and politic A lan and one of the most successful I tobacco buyers in Western Kentucky He has been a drinker for some time j T and was undoubtedly intoxicated yes terddy afternoon j Ware Ins been marled three times j present wife is n daughter of the Dr Robert M Falrlelgb and a by woman who possesses the highest es of feera and fullest confidence of the peo pie here She is a favorite socially I and a leader in church work j It is said that Mr Ware has been unfriendly to Dr Piner for months and that his act was due to his jest ousy He was Informed yesterday it that the preacher was at his residence r I I and he became infuriated He said today that he could have killed Dr Piner after the first shot but was re strained by the thought of the trouble it would bring upon his children Madisonvllle Hustler eaCOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE 1June 25Mr Ney Porter has broughtquitea number of jersey cat tie down from Bowling Green and has sold them in this community Mr E E Rogers bought one cow for forty dollars S C Stevens bought two cows and calves for ninety dollars George Baltzell Mrs Morton and oth ers bought cows nt prices ranging from forty to sixty dollars Quite a number of people from Cromwell attended the show at Beaver Darn Friday From their appearan ce and the general report they saw to of tigers whether they saw another y animals or not Mrs Slade Taylor who has bee the guest of her mother at Select some time past has returned home Mrs Lucinda Taylor and daughter Miss Lee of Prentls were the guests ol Mrs Prue Taylor Sunday Mr Willie Hocker and wife were the guests of Mr James Paxton Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Stevens and wife of Beaver Dam spent Ssturdaynnd Sunday with Mr Joe Coleman Mr Denham Leach of Texas been visiting relatives at this pla the past week Mr E E Rogers and family returned from Beaver Darn wltc- they have been the guests of Jlr Don Taylor Miss Maggie Brunton of Denver Dam is at MR A C Stevens giving music lessons Mrs Charley Morton and daugter were the guests of Mrs A C ThursdayMiss Coleman spent la week with her aunt at Wbltesville Miss Tina Wilson who has been visiting friends in Beaver Dam r turned home Sunday accompanied bl Mss Maud Maddox Mr I Brown end Mr Rhoads Mr Byron Taylorand wife spec yesterday at Liberty S B F A Record In Blood The record of Hoods Sarsaparilla is literally written in lhE blood ofmllllons people to whom it has given good health It is all the time curing diseases of the stomach nerves kidneys blood and it is doing good everyday to thousands who are taking it for poor appetite tired feeling and general debility It is the best medicine money can buy Hoods Pills are nonirritating Pribe 25 cents Notlco The examination of applicants lor appointment to the college proper the A St M College of Kentucky will be held Saturday June 21 The provldeathat each county shall have the privilege of sending one ben eficiary each year to this department who shall have tuition room rent lights etc furnished free The appointment is made by the County Superintendent All things else be og equal the person making the I highest grade will be entitled to the appointment Respectfully Fox ROGERS County Superintendent A Pleasant Evening Spent Miss Sallie Taylor gave her friends social Wednesday night which WJB enjoyed by those present present vets Misses Susieree Owensboro Maggie Marks Barnett Lillle Thomas Flor- Ence Morton Zslla Nail Lizzie San ucrfur Georgia Wedding isabelle Cox Bessie ITalr Annie Wedding Wlllo Rocker Pearl Metcalf Marie Stella Woerner Mary Keown Thomas and Lula Walker essrs Chester Stevens Lyraan IkeSanderfur Rolly Riley Miller Cecil Stevens Joe Mill Chester and Clarence Keown Her Clarence Casebler Law rence Bean and James P Thomas CJASTOrlXAl- unekedht Kind You Haw Awns Bought Blgoatanat u6Clc tTrip to Now Mexico by Land Mr Clayton Woodward ot Mo Henry received a telegram from Mr A Eaton ot Donlphan Mo Wednesday to come immediately sort ac company him to New Mexico Mr Woodward has worked in the lumberyard of Mr Eaton for some time and his manliness won the confident e his employer And now since his health has failed he has chosen Mr Woodward as his companion ona visit to the far West which is rob made by driving through the coca try Thirty years ago such a trip would have been little thought of but seems now a great undertaking Mr Woodward left at noon Wednes = 1day for Donlpban Mo from whic point the overland route to Ne Mexico will commence It they ar fortunate to reach the mountains o the Rocky regions it will be abou the last of August CENTERTOWN KY Mr Robert James has resigned his position as clerk for J B Maddox ol Point Pleasant and is now a citizen of out town Herbert Shacklett and wife of Point Pleasant visited relatives here fns week Misses Nichols of Hopkins county spent last week with friends and rela lives here and a musical entertain ment was given by Mr Jake Bennett in honor of the young ladles Mr Ike Foster Jr alter several days absence in the Interest of th grocery house he represents came Saturday Mr Eugene Stroud made a short visit to Muhlenburg county last week said he went to purchase a buggy but we do not quite understand the purchase Mr Herbert Myers of Central Grove was in our town Sunday Many of our young people attended the Sunday school exercises at Union Grove last Sunday and report n pleasant time isbliss Martina Bennett daughter of Rev R D Bennett of Hartford f visiting the family of her uncle Mr ttC L Woodward Esq of this place orP E Hocker of Beaver Dam was associating with our merchants this week in the interest of his ogro eery trade Mr Truman S Woodward of Richmond Ky school is on a visit to his parents here and will return to his school the last of August IOLlr farmers are considerably be hind with their crops some corn tobacco are lost but no great damag- to wheat and our thresher will be cegin work this week to save all that been cut Born to the wife of Mr L R Good reall on the and last a bouncing girl John W Rowe Is happy he had n fine boy presented to him on the ipth instIf you need any more candidates to complete the national list with we can tarnish you some of the middles ofthe road class the cause of so many ot this kind is our tilde walks are torn stup but we are in hops our town tms tees will give us brick or stone walks the next time especially in front of IIsA List of Letters ItThe following is a list of uncalled for letters remaining in the post office to date Mrs Mottle Miller Miss Mary Griffin Miss Julia Simon Miss Deasle Morgan Mr B Edwards O P Dailey noel Crittenden Hayden Persons calling for the above letters will please say they saw them anus tlsed WOODBDRY TlNSLBV Pest master Marriage Llconso Mr G L Robertson Renlrow to Miss Ola M Allen Renfrow Date of marriage June 17 Mr Ira Russell Jingo to Miss Salj lie Nelson Jingo Date of marriage June 17 Mr J W Dexter Centertown to Miss Rachel Addington Centertown Date of marriage June 17 ofMr Robert McGee Rockport to Miss Katie Casteel Rockport Date of marriage June 27 John Annis Rockport to Miss Mary Smith Rockport Date of mar riage June 27 CTJIIDwtth riftUbl DROPSY lkmedlesIIancuredmany teadaysd TMttmoaltlMid T DAT treatmtnttre DC H B CUUIS SOIS lion KAtluiUUlk I Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates 101I holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far ns reported Richmond July 244 days Madisonville July 3t5 days Cynthlana July 3tdays Winchester Elks August 13 days daysPrinceton Lexington August rJ6 days Fern Creek August 44 days Greenville August t5q days Lawrenceburg August 2t4 days Shepherdsvitle August 21q days LaGrange August 233 day Shelbyville August 28days Germantown August 2gdays Springfield August 294 days i Bardstown September 45 days Alexander September 45 daysc Elizabethtown September 114a daysDowling Green September 124d- ays Owensboro September 185 days Glasgow September 194 dayswHenderson September 255 days Horse Cave September 2G4 days Mt Olive September 264 days Owenton September 25q days Hartford October43 days Republicans Attention Greensburg Ky June 19 1900 It Is hereby ordered that a district convention be held at Elizabethtown Kentucky on the iSth day ol July at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of votedefor Congressman at the NovemberS election 1901 and the chairmen of the I various Republican county committees are hereby directed to issue calls for conventions or primaries on the 14th c = 1 ETCtSpecial sale of Dress Goods for the Next 30 Days tWe are going to undersell all others on this line We pressed the button just a stocktis tdo full on a great many things so we usebut a big gain to you The 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 40 Best Prints 50 Good Lawnswere worth 5e 40 Good Lawns end Dimities were Iloe 7Jfc Good Lawns and Dimities were 150 roc Imported Organdies worth sac 150 White India Linens 50 to 300 White Dimities roc to 300 White Pique roc to 250 All woolen Dress Goods at wholesale prices Department Our Milliner goods at half price Goodseyoujustalso have a full and com pie line Furni ture Let your known we can supply you- Kemember we buy Feathers Hams Gin seng Chickens Eggs We shall look for you through the monthsof and July Yours for trade CARSON CO lBEarifcrdday of July 1900 for the selection ol delegates to attend said district convention which convention or1 primary convenientnplace each county and the chair man shall cause the same to be pub llshed and will give at least ten days notIce of the manner ofselecting said delegates All parties who favor civil liberty as opposed to Goebellsm irs respective ot their past political affil lations are cordially invited to attend and participate in said convention Given under my hand this the 19th day ofJune 1900 W N POSTER Chairman of the Fourth district of Kentucky By F H McCunniN Secretary Pursuant to the above call ajso to a call from the State Central Commit tee the Republicans of Ohio county are called to meet in mass convention at the Court House In Hartford on Saturday July the I4th 1900 at x oclock p m for the purpose ot se- luting delegates to attend the State Convention which meets in Louis ville July the 171111900 to nominate a candidate for Governor and also to select delegates to attend the Fourth Congressional District Convention which meets in Elizibetbtown July 14th 1900 to nominate a candidate for Congress All men irrespective of previous party affiliation who favor free and equal elections and that the will of the majority shall rule are cordially Invited to attend and take part in said convention- N BARRASS Chairman LON ROGRRS Secretary Excursion RatesI On July 2nd 3d and 4th we will sell round trip tickets et the rate of one and one third fare to say polar on this line on or South ot the Ohio river All tickets to be limited to continuous passage in each direction nd to July 7th 1900 Inclusive for return J- On account ofReunion of Roose veils Rough Riders Oklahoma City O T July tot and 4th 1900 the I C R R ill sell round trip tickets from Beav OTI ets will be sold June 29th and 3oth limited to July 7th 1900 for return- S B VANMTKK Agt To Cure Couitlpttlon Forer r jOeor550It Federal Veterans Reunion The annual reunion of the Green River Federal Association Is called by Sam D Brown to meet at Rochester Ky July 4 This asso nation comprises the largest organized body of ex federal soldiers in Ken tucky being made up ot members ol Ladies Vest 50 to SOC Mens Undershirts 250 to 5oea Ladies Hose 50 ladles seamless Hose lOCi 3 pr 250 Ladies extra good Hose ijc A better ladles Hose at 250 Our Shoe is Complete Ladies Oxfords 500 to 2 50 Ladles fine Shoes 100 to3oo Mens fine Shoes jSiootp 400 Childrens Oxfords 250 to 100 of wants be and e Congressional the Twentysixth Seventeenth Elev- enthI Ninth and thirteenth Infantry i Regiments and the Third Seven teenth and Twelfth Calvary These reunions are attended by thousands of people from the Green river country and everypody who wants to meet the old boys are Invited to come They can take boats from Rockport andI Bowling Green Savedi My Life VISI IIIV OhioIInc saved my life I was a nervous mybusiness MilesNervine cureIgained several pounds in fle- shDrMitcsNer Irj Is sold by all drUiilsllon guarantee backlIookDr Miles Medical Company Elkfcart Ind Rough Rrrr Tpirphouf Corn aof ClscoP0ATDl Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize folks whore you can buy your own phones and build your own linos be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally oy only paying a ront to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor vholoexpenseif Hartford particularsr We connect wish all Independent Companies Tho Kind You llavo Always Bought and which has been in uso for over 30 years has borne tho signature of liftS uccn uiado under his per cMraILI supervIsIon slnco Its Infancy no ono to deceive you iu thin All Counterfeits Imitations and Justaspood arc lint llIicrliiicnts that trifle with and endanger tho health iC Infants and Children Xbcpcrlcuco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor OH Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant 16 contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nareotio substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrliwa mill Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Bleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYStthO Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC crNTun COMMNV TV i uun crater new TOHM crrr IS It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor CafG Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as ycuplease If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room its arm chairs and couch The ladles will delight in the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge and inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals In this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to eat and you will only have to pay for what you order TlinCottnnII Ulithrdln rtllDatoTrui Ititrnlni run tiroughfronCnIro- anI MrniiliU tuTczji without Chinee IMrect fonncctlon are mndo at iu unrtloii fur nil urta of Tuxii Indian Territory Oklahoma ami the for Wot Write nnJ till ua nliviwyou are Koine mid when you will Iriirp anil wo will loll you walvo irtlrket will eost whIch train In tko tomak Iho tettlne end lounrrtloni auJ will wuj you an lnu ntliit little liooltlrt i nIP W IlliS L 1 hlmC1 15STFIELD SON- TRANS FBIiLlN Ei == VT== o rAro== A1J =CAV =n BA- UHARTFORD YA IAST AND KASY RIDE IN TIlE MOST COMFORTABLK VEHICLHS YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED iTorsIL A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction t etc1 oUhoIntolnatlonalIi valuablo information arranged in it convenient forma for hand eye nnyotherV I ScottubOloasary i I w RepublicanIFRIDAY JUNEJ9 I O 3FL Es w Tliuoiliril tklultiIfHt Hunduy 11tl lIl IIto1 mum Nmtb liounil No li l iin MnIIhi Nil IM 111 S l I i III Nil I lln iN l I Konlli llunnil No Isl due ImOt II III No 111 linn 5M I i IIIIICXH n III foulb Hi nml No 191 till iM in 1111 Trnln So 1M will aliip fur I lornnlnini Dint au Inulntll niiMfiiicrni unlr H II VAMKTKII Airriit HON EDWARD 0 WOLCOTT SHEECH J Ciinltnunl fniiii lint pnirv with open eyes mid wHi lull rcil z tlon ill the difficulties ulncli titus bt encountered the grave responsibili ties imposed upon us by the Trent of Paris We are told that the Islmd at rich In nil the products ot the tropic In mineral wealth and in the jwssl bililies ot their luture development So much the Ixtter flat il they eras barren as the lityan Uftit w I would have taken them just the same We havent been there long bu long enough to reach two conclusion One is that the first thing we Intern doing is to suppress the Tagal insur rection and to establish law and ordei throughout the archipelago That Is the first thing we shall do And the last thing we intend doing is t cushIer even tor a moment the ques tlon of giving up or abandoning these Islands Till ANTI EVERYTIIINGS If the Antl everythings had lived then they would I suppose bay urged us to turn over Florida to Osceola the Agulnaldo of the Seminoles Would you after the war with Mexico and the Gadsden purchase have given the great area south and west of the Arkansas to the red Apache Not so did our fathers con strue their duty and as they built so shall we their sons The insurrection against our legltl mate authority which for the time Impedes our etlorts to establish a rov eminent for the Filipinos involves us in a sacrifice of lives and of treasure The obstacles we encounter in the island of Luzon are many but the chief Inspiration an encouracement of the Tagal insurrection came from the Democratic headquarters in the United States Partisanship has proved stronger than patriotism even while our soldiers are being murdered by marauding bandits sand if it were not for the hope held out to Aguinaldo by American sympathizers the insurrec tion iu the Philippines would long Ago have been ended The obstacles to the establishment of a civil government In the islands are many but we shall overcome them Mistakes will undoubtedly be made but we shall remedy them We shall In time extend over that achlpelago the aegis of our protection and of free government and we shall gradually but surely lilt up these ilien and savage races into time light civilization and Christianity Mean while American enterprise and In euuity and push may be depended upon to develop the resources of the islands and make them an added souice of wealth to our country The vise statesmanship of the Piesident ndour ably Secretary of State hap II e dy brcught from the countries rI Ivurore a recognition ol our right Iare In the vast commercial advan t igcs which will folow the opening I the Chinese Empire to foreign ndr the Nicaraguan canal will beI soon constructed Hawaii with 1st valuable harbor is ours we possess 1m best of the Samoan Islands with h IILittle StrokesI Fell Great Oaks The giants of the forest must yield At hst to the continual blows of the woods man When the human blood hiu become clogged And impure the little drops of Hoods SrspArttla properly taken mSl fell the oak of bad bloodI lfJrta LYONS 1 ITRADt ijI I I MAm t I f C i LAXATIVE i SYRUPI NATURES CURe rontCONSTIPATIONjlsmoJe fl am no In lurlous drugs and I tlm best pre iKnpuun that LIU he uiii iiiiijij for the cure of Constipation UiliounessIfSlcIc Hradichs ll rou nejs ColJJ r J pc It drlves put all ImpuriUc i a llJ lIJoJ amid s the conirNi n clear If do not lic hiM lian any laxitivc you lirvj c r usej your I wdllIj Soc Ir bott- leMos00vttt i Pt 4 Ieeieoa c A c = ILyJIt IyI11 MAUN IllAI tO Mrlirnry Ky UII X TATMI trouuiwII WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES ANDIREMEDIES Newton Diseases During gItlinod womun suffering from all those many dlTcrrnt corn rlalnts peculiar tu the sex ami IUS completely ncI IKTIIIV IlCrccottreated By his exclusive method which ho has perfected during tha twentySm carg or S Its most extensive practice Ieli enabled to cure all of these different disease Including painful profuse or suppressed menstruation prolapsus M ovarian trouble tumors aDd liberation In fact crerr fount of thoso dUcaics which inako a burden of life to the great majority of women 110 has so perfected this system of his that h can treat these cases by mall rlthout any per tonal examination to which every sensitive woman naturally objects and without any oper rYdanger IllfacpositiveONB LOW FEE Wrlto him a letter staling briefly your condl tlon nod he will send you a tlank to bo filled out He will clvo your caso his personal attention and cam and make his fee to moderate Including all medicines necessary that you will not feel tbo burden of the payment and lie will guarantee you positive euro Addres- sJ NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Urllatlmway Si Co 309 Church Street 4aaluvliIe Ten n MKMTION TillS CAVER W1IKX WUITIXU its magnificent roadway the Philip pines are almost at the door 01 China- t and counsels of fear Ho not ptcvail this generation will see the American nation girdling half the globe with flag extending its foreign com merce to the uttermost parts of the eartb anti taking its pla e among the great world nationsa power for good lor peace and fur righteousness VITAL QUESTIONS Never since 64 when the the vot ers of the country were called upon to determine whether the effuts of Abra ham Lincoln to preserve the Union should be continued or whether they should be abandoned and other meas urea attempted have questions so vital been presented to the American people for sentiment Their decision must determine the maintenance or the degradation of both our national credit and our national honor A Democratic President could paralyze the operation of the stew currency laxv as effectively as 11 it were wiped from our statute books A Democratic victory would infuse new life into the Taga insurrections cost us the lives ot thousands of our gallant army in the Philippines impair or destroy our prestige if not our power In the Is lands make us a byword among the other great nations of the world and obliterate our influence in the settlement of the vital questions certain to arise when China shall be opened to foreign commerce There is little room for fear The farmer and the artisan In their day of prosperity still remember the im poverishment and blight of Demo cracy and the Chicago platform hat no allurements for them Our national honor is equally secure The American people aje neither poltroons nor pessimists and they will not signalize the dawn ol the new century by the surrender of either convictions or territory Every sols dice back from the Islands aud they are in almost every hamlet in the land returns an advocate 01 their retention Our dead are burled along the sands ot Luzon and on its soli no foreign flag shall even salute the dawn NO TURNING HACK Whatever may be in store for us in the new and unbeaten track upou which we are entering he shall not be found with the unlit lamp and the unglrt lion Our way is new but It Is not dark in the readjustment of world conditions where we must take our place with the other great nations ofthceaith we shall mole with cau tion but not with fen We seek only to 1ft up men to better things to bless ind not to destroy The fathers of the republic accepted with courage such responsibilities as devolved upon thrum The same heavens bend over us and the same Power that shielded tlu ui will guard and protect us for wbatWefceck is to be build still more IrmU alwnys upon foundations ol probity ando virtue the glorious edifies of the republic NFW CENTURYS DAWN We stand at the dawn ol the new century Before it shall have reached its meridian the youngest here will have passed beyond this life or beyond the sphere of usefulness New re cruits will step into the ranks as we out This very year thousands ofyoung men will for the first time the right of citizenship and ast their ballots at the National thee ion The safety of this republic must ever rest in the courage of young hearts and the vigor of a noble man hood Youth is buoyant aud hopeful No snarling criticism or gospel of a little America or prophecy of despair will find response from hearts that beat full and strong with courage and with faith and whose creed Is that Gods in his heaven Alls might with the world Whatever ilse in the past Ins suf fered change or decay time Republican Plity which for dirty yeMrs his been identified with everything ennobling end uplifting in our history was nov eras vitmlms virile and as vigorous is to day And the heritage we shal transmit to the new century to the I coming generation mind to theIr child rens children shall be a record clean and untarnished an ucquenchablt faith in free iuslituUons mi unalteri ble belitl in time p uhf t sin of the pro pie mid an uudying love of Illicit and ol country CASTOnX4Bun Haw Mm s Bought thectdof aAn Ancient Graveyard I For many years it has been known that a prehistoric burying ground was located on the Thomas Carmlll farm now oweneul by Samuel II Marshall down on Gunpowder Small bones such as teeth etc bad been found there years ago but not until last week did the graves begin to give up the skeletons they bad sepulchred fur ages upon ages Tints ancient bury Irg ground is in a piece of bottom land but a few yards Irom the cieek and has been cultivated for a time tr I which time mind ol man runneth ncI to the contrary and often in the past has the creek ovei flowed the entlrt field each time carrying away sever inches ol the soil until now the plow share tears up the skeletons and brings them to the surface The graves were excavated north and south and are several in number OJer the bones is a layer ol burnt CJtk burnt nearly to lime and times are easily pulverized with the nakc hand The soil which covers tin burnt stones is very different iron that in which the graes were dug ind was evidently impotted for burial uurposes When Mr Marshall began plowing last week in the Geld containing till ancient city of the dead human bone were turned upwith such frequency as to cause several ol his neighbor to assemble and make a close invest ntlon Tbe skeletons wete found Lube complete but badly broken t pieces while in many instances the bones would crumble Some thin the skeletons are a race of peopli whose presence in this country ante Jates that ol the Indians who generally chose the highest points of thi land and then built great mounds ol earthandatoneover the graves One peculiarity in the mode of burial was that each skeleton lay face downward BurhingtonKyRecorderTo Tko Cnscarcts Candy Cathartic too orMe If C C C tall locure druggIsts refund mousy S FriondlYSuggostlonu Where is the place they call theI corn kitchen inquired the straut ger at the Paris exposition I dont know of any such place replied the young man in the white apron Woat an Ice cream parlor do just as well Chlago TI bune ti a e CASTORIAFor ins The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of W JfASsfc ter ow Slow Are Your Kidney I hphr in Suspicious Approval He Why dont you weir our new bonnet my deal SheOh theres something wrong with it and I cant find out what It is He Then how do you know there is something wrong with It SheAll the women in the neigh borhood say it is just too lovely for an thing Chicago News InSlzo Willie GoodPa our teacher says tlut collect and congregate mean the same thing Rev GoodWell you tell your U teicher that you have information that there is reconsMerablo difference be tween a congregation and a collcc tion Baltimore American Eczoma ltchlngHumorsPim- plosCurOd by B B B illolllo Freun In HHlTcrtru Does your skin Itch and Burn Distressing Eruptions on the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do scabs aud Scales form on the skin Hafr or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form ion the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Palling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Hating Sores Ulcers To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Baliu which makes the blood pure and rich BB B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B nn Is just the lemedy you have been look- Ing for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try e B B B For sale by druggists at l per large bottle six laige bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle reads Ootanlc Blood Balm Complete directions with each bottle So suf ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write fir It Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta G i Describe I your trouble and Free Persocal mcdifo cal advice given 2 rt si What He Wanted to Know Jack Will ycur moth r let you go rowing alone MayN t hilt hfll have no o j c1 with me ILIIlirry Sulllvun time Irish tragedian was playing In Richard HI some year 850 at Shrewsbury When the ncUu I tal ancrIi5 tmnemmTtftfttttautGOftmHttiOUSinoculationtvxtcm iml ferment allowtni disease germs to develop annul be taken Into the BoodDOcirculation While all troubles have one common origin tacit has some son I jieculiarity to distinguish it from the other Contagious Scrofula Cancer KheumatUni liczenui anti other blooil diseases can be dUliltuislied by ChronIc Ulcersa certain sore ulcer eruption or Inflammation appearing on the iVIn livery blood disease shows sooner or later on the outside on the weakest part time body or where it tint the least resistance Many mistake tine sore or outward sign for the real disease and attempt a cure by the use of salves liniments and other external applications Valuable time is lost and no permanent benefit from such treatment BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES the poison must be completely and perms MercuryllOtadoses never cure but do much harm by adding another poison to the allyonrLnnlenetl diseased blood- S S S Natures own remedy roots and herbs attacks the disease in the blood antidotes and forces out all impurities makes weak thin blood richI strong and atut at time salute time butlubs u time health S S S OIlr 555deepscatelunfailing specific for all blood and skin troubles Free Madloal TsoatnontOur Medical Department is in clnsrueof skilled physicians who have made blood awl skin diseases a life study so If you hav Contagious ISland Iolson Canrcr Scrofula Rheumatism Eczema an Sore or tYkes or any similar Mood trouble write them fully for advice about your Cle All correspondence is conducted In strictest cufts deuce We make no charge for this service Book ou blood and skiu diseases SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Go 0Ui mg II end cclI 1aria Chills al1d Feo uuYu e THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Thc formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine ifou knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics arc imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You arc not experimenting when you take Groves its superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price soc n h ante to the Hues A horse a horrt Iy kingdom fir a horse some one out Wouldnt a donkey do Mr Sullivan yesrcsponded the ragedian turning quickly on the In- errupter llelne come round to the tnge doorTid Bits aNotThat Sort of a Follow Cholly She called me n clown Miss Peppsry How ridiculous ol erChollyWasnt It Miss PepperyYes Why theclown time modern circus is a man ol unu intelligence who commands a splendid salary Philadelphia Press Sympathized With tho Fowls Colonel Shelter What are doing in my lowl house you black rrsoal Shanghai Sam Why Colonel Shot 11 laid in bed an it wuz so cold ut I thought de colonels chickens will be frozi to clefan Is dat tender lrted dat I got right up out uv bed couldnt rest till I wrapped em I ip nice and warm in mult coat Judge The Time Cornea to every elderly woman when an Im placeThischangeDreadfulconsumption arc often contracted at McELREES Wine DIOardu strengthens and purifies the entire system nud brings the sufferer safely over Its effects been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but is esp cially recommended at this time your druggist for tbo famous Wine of Cardul 8100 a bottle specialdirectionsvisor Deportment The Chatta ChattAnoogaTenn TJl03rASJ COOPER Tupelo Sib says uMy sister guffrpd front aid meaitniatlon m doctors could her Win Cudut eotlnly curd C her ocdoiTtJII1 oy mother through the Biliousness tETS and Sad thorn perfect Couldnt do ithout theta I have used them fortome time rindtgostion nndbiiiouanemts and am now corn atoly cured Recommend them to every ono nce tried ou will never be without them In tbo family EDTf A MAUI Albany N Y CANDY CATHARTIC TaADg MARS RIO41UED- DoGoulCURE CONSTIPATION ftirtUi Viml c Mr 5k5 luilnil I Tuk Sit NOTOIiIACBoI4an4J11lnttoed b al14ruI 4 TIME AND 1 SPACE ftnnililatetlI no many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowif we read TIlE CHICAGO 1UJCOKU Special Correspondents are locatd ii ittry important thy in the world outside of the Unitd States No other American newspaper ever attempted so service and it is supplemented by tho regular foreign news service of The Associated Prc s For accurate intelligence of the stirring events tare shaking tlu nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening of old governments and the establishment of new of the onward of the race in all parts of time orldthe one medium of the satisfactory information is the 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