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Independence do reaffirm our faith in that immortal proclamation of tbe in alienable rights of man and our alleg lance to the Constitution trained in harmony therewith by tbe lathers of tbe republicWe tbe United States Su prcme ouft that the Declaration oi Independence is the spirit of our Government of which the Constitution is the form and letter We declare again that all govern ments instituted among men derive their just powers from the consent ol the governed that any government not based upon the consent of the governed is a tyranny and that to impose upon any people a government of force Is to substItute the methods ol imperialism for those of a repnbllc We hold that the Constitution follows the tag and denounce the doctrine derlvIIngfrom tbe Constitution can exercise lawful authority beyond it or in via latlon of It We assert that no nation can long endure half republic and half empire and we warn the American people that imperialism abroad will lead quickly and inevitably to despotism at home rUKRTO RICAN LAW Believing in these principles we de nonncc the Puerto Rico law enacted I by a Republican Congress against the protest and opposition of the Democratic i minority as a bold and open violation of tbe nations organic law and a fUgrant breach of the national good faith It Imposes upon the peo ple of Puerto Rico a government with out their consent and taxation with out representation Itdlshoners the American people by repudiating a solemn pledge made in their behalf by the commanding General of our army which the Puerto Ricans wel comed to a peaceful and unreslsted occupation of their land It doomed to poverty and distress a people whose helplessness appeals with peculiar force to our justice nnd magnanimity In this the Cist act ot Its imperialistic program the Republican party seeks to commit tbe United States to a colo nlal policy inconsistent with Repub lican institutions and condemned by the Supreme Court in numerous de cisions We demand the prompt and honest fulfillment ol our pledge to tbe Cuban people and the world that the United States has no disposition nor intention to exercise sovereignty jurlstlctlon or control over tbe Island of Cuba except for Its pacification The war ended nearly two years ago profound peace reigns over all tbe island and still the Administration keeps the govern ment ol tbe island from its people while Republican carpetbag officials plunder Its revenues and exploit the colonial theory to the disgrace ol the American people- AS TO TUB riuurriNBS We condemn and denounce the Philippine policy of the present Ad ministration It has involved the re public in unnecessary war sacrificed the lives ol many of our noblest sons and placed the United Stated pre vlously known and applauded through out the world as the champion of free dom iu the false and un American po sition of crushing with military force the eOorts of our former allies to DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost 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send your address to Dr KllmerCoBlni hamtn N Y Tha SwampRool of Is I regular fifty cent and none of SIMPHOC dollarsizes are sold by nil good druggists achieve llbeity and celfgovernment The Filipinos can not be cttIznn without cndsogcrlng our civilization tbty cannot be Btitjecla without Ira ptIIIng our lottu oi government nnd is we Oft Jut Willing to tUrrendtr our civilization tit tocohVett till republic Into an etuplle we favor ab Immed- Iate declaration of the notlonn put pose toRlve the Plllplnos first a stable form of government second indepen dence and third protection fromout side intetference such as has been given for nearly a century to the re publics of Central and South America The greedy commercialism which dictated the Philippine policy of the Republican Administration attempts to justify it with tbe plea that it will pay but even this sordid andunwor thy plea falls when brought to the test of facts The war of criminal aggression against the Filipinos en tailing an annual expense ol many millions has already cost more than any possible profit that could accrue from the entire Philippine trade for years to come Furthermore when trade is extended at the expense of liberty the price is always too high We are not opposed to territorial ex pension when it take in desirable ter ritory which can be erected into States III the Union and whose people are willing and fit to become American citizens We favor trade expansion by every peaceful and legitimate means But we are unalterably opposed to the seizing or purchasing distant islands to be governed outside the Constitution and whose people can never become citizens LBOIT1UATM EXPANSION We are in favorof extending the reo btibllcs influence among the nations but believe that influence should be extended not by force and violation but through the persuasave power of a high and honorable example lUrKRtAUSN TUB ISSUB The Importance of other questions now pending before the American peo pie is in no wise diminished and the Democratic party takes no backward step from Its position on them but the burning Issue imperialism grow- Ing out of the Spanish war involves the very existence of the republic and the destruction ol our free institutions We regard it as tbe paramount issue of the campaign The declaration in the Repnbllcn platform adopted at the Philadelphia convention held in June 1900 that the Republican patty steadfastly ad heres to the policy announced in the Monroe doctrine is manifestly in sincere and deceptive This profes sion is contradicted by the avowed policy of that party In opposition to the spirit oi the Monroe doctrine to acquire and hold sovereignty over large areas of territory and large numbers of people in the Eastern hernia phere We insist on the strict main tenance of the Monroe doctrine and in- all its integrity both in letter and in spirit as necessary to prevent the extension ol European authority on this continent and essential to our supre macy in American alLies At the same time we declare that no Amen cau people shall ever be held by orce in unwilling subjection to European militarism It means conquest abroad and intimidation and oppression at home It means the strong army which has never been fatal to free institutions It Is what millions ol our citizens have fled Irom In Europe It will impose upon our peace loving people a large standing army and unnecessary burden of tax ation and a constant menace to their liberties A small standing army and a welldisciplined State militia are amply sufficient in time ol peace This republic has no place for a vast military service and conscription When the nation Is in danger the volunteer soldier is his countlYs best defender The national guard of the United States should ever be cherished in the patriotic hearts of a free people Such organizations are ever an element of strength and safety For the first time in our history and coevil with the Philippine cocquest has there been a wholesale departure from our time honored and approved sys tern of volunteer organization We denounce it as un American un Dem ocratic and un Republican and as a subversion of the ancient and fixed principles of a free people DBNOUNCE TUB THUST3 Private monopolies are indefensible and intolerable They destroy competition control the price of all mater ial and of the finished product thus robbing both producer and consumer They lessen the employment of labor and arbitrarily fix the terms and conditions thereof and deprive individual energy and small capital ol their op portunity for betterment Triey are tbe most efficient means yet devised for appropriating the Irnists of indus try to the benefit of the few at the expense of the few at the tnpense of the many and unless their initiate greed in checked all wealth will be aggregated in a few hands and the republic detroyedThe onest paltering with the trust evil by the Republican party in I State antI national platforms Is cons elusive proof ol the charg that troMs arc the ItRltimate production ol Rc publican policies that Uicjr lire foster tit by Uepabllcan IAI nnd flint they ate protected by the Republican Ad ministration in return fof campaign subscriptions abd political support We pledge the Democratic party to an unceasing warefare In nation State and city against private monopoly in every form Existing las against trusts must be en lorced and more stringent ones must be enacted pro viding for publicity as to the afliirs I of corporations engaged in interstate I commerce and requiring all corpora ions to show before doing business outside of the State of their origin that they have no water in their stock and that they have not attempted and are not attempting to monopolize any branch of business or the production ol any articles ol merchandise nnd the whole constitutional power ofCon- gress over Interstate commerce the mails and all modes of Interstate com munication shall be exercised by the enactment comprehensive laws upon the subject of trusts Tariff laws should be amended by putting the products of trusts upon the free list to prevent monopoly under the plea of ol the present Republican Administration with an absolute control of all branches oi the National Government to enact any legisla tion designed to prevent or even cur tail the absorbing power of trusts and illegal combinations or to enforce the anti trust laws already on the statute books prove tbe insincerity of the high sounding phrases oi the Republican platform DINOLIiV LAW CONDEMNED Corporatlous should be protected In all their rights and their legitimate interests should be respected but any attempt by corporations to interfere with the public aQairs of the people or to control the sovereignty which ere ates them should be forbidden under such penalties as will make such attempts impossible We condemn the Dingley tariff law as a trustbreeding measure skillfully devised to give the few favors which they do not deserve and to place upon the many burdens which they should bearWe ruch an enlargement oi the scope ol the Interstate commerce law as will enable the commission to protect individuals and communities from discriminations and the public from unjust and unfair transportation- rates IRRE SILVER POLICY We affirm and indorse the principles of the national Democratic platform adopted in Chicago in 1896 and we reiterate the demand of that platform for an American financial system made by tbe American people for themselves which shall restore and maintain a bimetallic price level and as part of such system the immediate restoration of tbe free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the present legal ratio of 16 to I without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation We denounce the currency bill en acted in tbe last session of Congress as a step forward in the Republican policy which alms to discredit the sovereign right ol the National Government to issue all money whether coin or paper and to bestow upon na tonal banks the power to issue and control the volume of paper money for their own benefit A permanent national bank currency secured by wna MOKCS Beauty is made or marred by the blood When blood is Impure the cheek grow sallow the eyes dull the hair loses When the blood flows through the veins in a pure rich current the ees the is clear the complexion beautiful Women who use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery find that it is a genuine beautifier y purl fying and enriching the blood it puts a bloom on the cheek and a brightness in the eye which tell the story of perfect health Havlnif been left weAk from fever tent Oc lobes 1 was under the doctor1 care here write Sire Alice K Caiebier of Crawford Iawe Co Neb I took medicine but did not seem lo Rain much I wee tired nil the time had no appetite lid wandering mint ill over me mote or and we very oenou a I liati been sick nit the lummer I waa alt rundown and dldnl know what ailed me I got advice from Dr Pierce tilling mt ray symIou 6tlllrI- Aa lcoitd rtfr ihs yulf and Illlng me that I would have to lake carlo myself an how to take the medicine I took of Golden Medical DlKovery and rive of la vorite rrcatrlplfcm abd itrength right alona I took one bottle of the Meaaant Fri 1110 i knOw that three tuedidiore will do ail that they ore recommended to do- Use Dr Pierces Weasant Pellets for sluggish liver Governmfnt bends must have a permanent debt to rest upon and if the bank currency Is to increase with pop illation and bnalnens the debt mua nlso Increase The Republican ur- ttlbY Sttleiiic Is the itfottu scheme for fastening Upon the taxpayers A per jttUdl obit growing debt for the bene fit ot the banks We are opposed to this private corporation paper clrcu lated as money but without legal ten der qualities and demand tbe retire ment ol the national bank notes as fast as Government paper or sliver cettlGcates can be substituted tot them ELECTION OP SENATORS We lavor an amendment to the Federal Constitution provlplng for the election of United States Senators by direct vote oi the people and we favor direct legisUtlon wherever practicable Wertie opposed to government by injunction We denounce the blacklist and Savor arbitration as a means of settling disputes between corpora tions and their employes In the interest ol the American tabor and the uplifting of the work In men as the corncrstone ol the prosperity of our country we recom mend that Congress create a Depart ment of Labor in charge of a Secle retary with n seat In the Cabinet be lieving that the elevation of Amen can labor will bring with it incrcasd prosperity to our country at home and to our commerce abroad We are proud oi the courage and fidelty of the American soldiers and sailors in all our wars we favor liber al pensions to them and their depend ents and we reiterate the position taken in the Chicago platform in 1896 that the fact of enlistment and ser vice shall be deemed conclusive evidence against disease and disability before enlistment We favor the immediate construc tion ownership and control of the Nicaragua canal by the United States and we donunce the insincerity ol the plank in the national Republican plat form lor an isthmian canal in the face ol the failure of the Republican majority to pass the bill pending in Con Gless IOR AMERICAN RIGHTS We condemn the Hay Pauncefote treaty as a surrender of American rights and interests and to be tolerated by the American people We denounce the failure of the Re publican party to carry out its pledges to grant state hood to the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico and prottise the people of those Terrltor ties immediate state and home rule during their condition as Territories and we favor home rule and a terri tonal form of government for Alaska and Puerto Rico We favor an intelligent system of improving the arid lands of the West storing the waters for purposes of ir rigation and holding oi such lands Sam actual settlers We favor the continance and strict enforcement ofthe Chinese exclusion law and its application to the same classes of all Aslastlc races Jefferson said Peace commerce and honest friendship with all na ions entangling alliances with II noneWe approve the wholesome doctrine and earnestly protest against the the Republican departure which hat involved us in soscalled politics in eluding the diplomacy ol Europe and the intrigue and landgrabbing of Asia and we especially condemn the ill concealed Republican alliance with England which must mean dlscrims Ination against the friendly nations and which has already stifled the na tions voice while liberty is being strangled in AfricaS- YMPATHY FOR DOERS Believing in the principles of self government and rejecting as did our forelatbeas the claim of monarchy we view with indignation the purpose of England to overwhelm with force tbe South African republics Speaking as we do for the entire American na tain except Its Republican office holders and for all men everywhere we extend our sympathies to the heroic burghers in their unequal struggles to maintain their liberty and jude pendecce We denounce the lavish approprla tions of rtccrt Republican Congresses which have kept taxes hlghand which threaten the perpetuation of oppres sive war levies We oppose the ac cunimulation of a surplus to be squandered in such barefaced frauds upon the tax pajtM us the Shipping Subs Sidy Dill which under the false pre tense ol prospering American ship bulidlng wculd put unearned millions into the pockets of favorite contribu tots to the Republican campaign fund We lavor the reduction and speedy repeal of the war taxes And a return to the timehonored Democrat policy of sttict economy in governmental ex pendituresBelieving that our most cherished institutions are in great peril that the very existence of our constitution al republic is at stake and that the decision to be rendered will determ- Ine whether or not our children are to enjoy those blessed privileges of free government which have mode the United States great prosperous nnd honoredwe earnestly Ask lor the des clototlon of principles the hearty sup port of the American people regard less of previous party affiliations CONGERS Uast Message to State De Dated May 2li Condition Very Qravo alld Eria orgotio Action Do mandod Legation of the United States of America Pekin China May at 1900 To the Honorable John Hay Secretary of State Washington D CSir- I have the honor to confirm on the overleaf my cipher telegram of to day In response to the request oi the French Minister the dean called a meeting ot the Diplomatic Corps yes I terday and upon inlormatlon Inn rushed in a letter from the Catholic bishop In Pekin and verbal reports by the other Ministers the situation was considered so grave that the corps unanimously instructed the dean to present it to theTsung Ii Vamen and demand immediate and effective measures which he did to day by the note copy ol which is inclosed- I also inclose copies of the bishops letter arid one from the Re t Mr Killic an American missionary who lives in Pet In but travels a circuit the north and east toI On the iSth inst during an tended personal interview with the Tsung Li Ydtnen I called their atten tion to the fact that notwithstanding constant wainings from this and other legations the Boxers had conttinually increased and spread until now they are boldly organizing inside tne wall ol Peklu The existence oi thousands is known in the villages around Pe kin Christian converts are being per secuted and threatened everywhere many forced to recant their religious professions and some have been compelled to abandon their chapels and come to Pekin for safety MR CONGER SERVES NOTICE I said At a London mission near Chou Chow forty miles west of Pekin two native Christians have been killed and their chapel destryed Near Pao tingFu a Catholic village has been destroyed and sixtyone Christians murdered some of them being burned alive The foreign Governments can not longer sit idly by and witness this persecution and murder I can only speak for my own Government but it is becoming very Impatleut over Ch- inas continued treaty violation It always has been and still is the good friend of China and only wishes it prosperity but is now more than ever determined to sustain the treaty rights of all American citizens and of the Christian converts and it will hold the Chinese Government to the strict est responsibility for every treaty in fraction in this regard It will do this not only for the benefit ot its own citizens but in the Interest of China herself whose Gov ernment is now sadly threatened by these lawless organizations At pres ent it is true they seem to have no capable leader but should one arise and the populace become really in flamed the overthrow oi the present dynasty is most likely to lollow and possibly the destruction of the Em pine etc TSUNO u YAMENS REPLY They replied that I did not under stand the many difficulties under which they labored but they had 6UCI ceeded in suppressing the Boxers in the province of Shan Tung andI would do so beretII told them I saw no efiectlve measI ures whatever being put forth They They replied that the movement had not heretofore been looked upon as serious but that now the throne was lully aware ol the gravity of the sit uation and that a recent confidential leciee bad been sent to the Vicoroy of Pekin and neighboring officials which would surely prove effective suppress the Bokers anti rcstoie orderI them that the most olarralrig telegrams were being sent to the newspapers of Europe and Atuetlca ci the existing state of anaichy hereand that the people ol the world would be lorced to believe that the Govern ment ot China was either abetting these murderous brigands or that it was too weak to suppress or control them and its good name and credit must suffer irretrievably in conse quence MR CONGERS BOLD STAND After reading me the decree which was much like those heretofore pub ished they asked if I would not wire my Government that they were suppressing the Boxers I replied that at present I would not that I had been for six months telegraphing the issuance of inetlec live decree but If they would show unthe fact by actual and immediate repression which they could if they i would in three days I would gladly j and quickly wire it to my Govern raent They assured me that sufllient troops had been sent to the disturbed districts to restore order and ofljrd protectionI told them that restored SF U4A1 = i Uptodate Job Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty ATTORNEY protectionThe FirstClass CONCESSIONAL iiilMiittdnwiillwniMiriwiriiil nljKliilniiniimfcwninHiiHitliil CJAUOLINAGEOR DEMOCRATIC Convontlon representatives authorityWe ocauty pnrtmonti Printing order would be the only possible proof I also said that unless the sltuntlon was relieved pnd thc threat qnlng danger from mobs averted I should be compelled to ask for c tul Sclent guard of American niaflncs to IdStlte the safety of the legation They said Oh dont do that ft is Unnecessary anti again protuislnj energetic action the Interview domed Unless some energetic action Is taken the situation will become fraught with great danger to all for elgners not from any intelligent or organized attacks but from ignorant and inflamed mob violence I how ever belleveas I said iu my telegram that the Government is aroused it self alarmed at the situation and will take most energetic action but no one can be certain of this until it is done Since the U S S Wheeling had al ready left Tuku I deemed it prudent to ask the Admiral for the presence of another war vessel and responded to the request Admiral Kempf with the Newark sailed hither front Yoko liama on the 1911 Instant and should anive soon I have the honor to be sir your obedient servant E II CONnER A Few Years Honco Tile Wayfarer Please can you help a pore man that cant gt no workat lila trade The Philanthropist and what is your trade 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Republicans Attention ireensburg Ky June 19 1900 It is hereby ordered that a district convention be held at Elizabelhtowu Kentucky on the iSth day oi July at 2 oclock p m for the purpose ol nominating a candidate to be voted for Congressman at the November election 1900 and the chairmen ol the various Republican county committees are hereby directed to issue calls for conventions or primaries on tha 14th day of July 1900 for the selection of delegates to attend said district convention which convention or primary should be held at some convenient place in each county and the chair man shall cause the same to be pub- lIshed and will give at least ten days notice of the manner ofselecting said delegates All parties who favorclvil liberty as opposed to Goebellsm Irrespective of their past political affiliations are cordially Invited to attend and participate in said convention Given under my band this the 19th day ofJune 1900 W N FOSTER Chairman of the Fourth Congressional district ol Ken uckyBy t P II McCunniN Secretary Pursuant to the above call also to a call from the State Central Commit f Ir CRITICAL PERIODS lJJJ Womwi Lift Are Midi DIM I PHI by PalvJg Cuttfrt III Mathlldo Richter Mrs Mkthtldo Richter Donlphta NebeayaI from catarrh for many years but ilnoo I have been taking P runa I feel strong and well I would Advise all people to try Perun Ai I used Poruna and Manslin whll Iwas puilng through the change of lift I am positively convinced your benefleial remedies have relieved ma from all my 111Pernna has rAised moro women from beds of alcknees and sot them to work again than any other remedy Felvio catarrh U the bane of womankind ffruns It the bane of catarrh In all forms and stages Mrs Col Hamilton Colum bus 0 says i I recommend Poruna to women believing it to be especially beneficial to them Bend for a free book written by Dr Cartman entitled Health and Bcautf r Address Dr Ilartman ColombnjO tee the Republicans of Ohio county are called to meet in mass convention at the Court House in Hartford on Saturday July the 14th 1900 at t oclock p m for the purpose ol selecting 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 Ivlizabetbtown July iSth 1900 to nominate a coudidate for Congress All men irrespective of previous party affiliation who fa vor tree and equal elections and that the wilt of the majority shall rule are cordially invited to attend and take part in said convention N BARRASS Chairman LON ROGERS Sjcretaty pO JX JS T OH I AYodHlwWwji BotjK I1emthctlIdAlfl I Freezing Woathor In July Would cause great discomfort and loss but fotunntely it is seldom known A vast amount ol misery is caused at thes season however by Impover ished blood poor appetite and generA al debility These conditions may be remedies by enriching the blood and toning the stomach with Hoods San saparilla This medicine seems to put new life into the whole physical system simply because ol its wonder ful power to purify enrich and vital ize the blood create an appetite and invigorate the digestive functions We advise you to get a bottle and try it if you are not feeling just right It will do you more good than aslx weeks vacation It is the best medicine money can buy I LOOK AHT1TCII IN T1HK inrw nine Hughe Tonic new improved tests phmant taken In early Hprlng and Vail pre Tent Chills Itengae nod Malarial Fevers 4cU tithe liver mace op the aiteni Hotter than lalnluv luaranterd try it At Irugglete Mo and itiUtiottles WSCt S a Not Womans Work FatherWhere is your mother ohnnyJohnnyShes out in the back yard ntbttling Father Are you sure she Is whit tUngJohnnyYe sir shes trying U sharpen a lead pencil Bloomlngton Pantograph I iolA 7 iiI5i 1 fNoMen and Women tbatDr K or tl men discovered and perfected by these Eminent Specialist hat broifbt joy K kapplneuand comfort te thousands of bones 30 years experience In n treatment of Ibtso dlKatee they can guarantee to Cur or No Pay Bmls atone Nerruus Dclilllty bypbllle Viirlcucele Htrlcture Gleet U li Secret Drain Impotency and Mental WenUnme Kid 007 and Uldd r Ulaeaoea Tbclr guarantees are backed by sank Deeds 1 MENS LIFE BLOOD E TonmaTbiTeaieentdralatbronththorlnethatitbe reason on feitttnd P rl ontlntbmornlnr You are not you feel despondent I nd bate no ambition Ilont let yoiarLIfeBiosd be drained away OrtKaKU gnaranteO to Care or no I- ayBLOOD m I POISONJJ lathecur ormanldD4 It may rot be a crime to haC II ma- ybelnbrlltdbulltlacrlmelu L allow It to remain U the item Like Ji like ROb Ilewart of Mercury and Potuft treatment DM It 4 K po itlTely cars li or no glpaintioauffeelolrno deientiotstrombullneu until organs tI n8U absorbed andean never return UMKK p guarantee Curs Kidneys Bladder I Dont reelect your loidues Your acfaln back telli the tale Dont tt Doctors ftb human aiden OUt DrsKKCancnre00Ifloa are not jond They guarantee to un acNe ray IJ CURES GUARANTEED NO CURS NO VAT ConaaUatlea Feo BooLt aent F ee dialed Write for Question Blauk fir UoS Treatment BTe ybl II DKdJU3iincui KERGAN628WALNUTSTREET U a 1 TItfdid 1jitbItUh IRIDAVJULYu tON and LON ROOERS Editors rlo honcu1noa Co = = Issued Fridays bii tla Htttfort Pub Colnccrparat ntered it Hartford postolfici as secondclass mail mauer REPUBLICAN TICKET run lniUnXT- WOm- Os = 1nlo Ohio ton TICK UHIIEliT 9Hes exe =eo otMl Mrw York DFMOCIIACY went North in III nm was froze out whilst in moo it wen West and was bloweJ out TilE Paris Convention was very much Goebelized and the fruits there from are evil the reward will be like Qoebels political destruction THESE big negro are mighty haul fur a Democrat to etomncli utter the the election is overt but they iniki some newspaper Democrats most ik eirnble companions iu the oflici jut before the election LAST week we rcmincd our Obnlem pnary that be had lied openly ly and without cause and in his issue of Vednesday ho amend to it all by his silence but pays we are rtilhe vcudicativu sort of fellows and are really unworthy his notice In heal big with men and thing it is our motto to give them the benefit of our frankness When they lie as did our contemporary we frankly tell them of it Perhaps this shows a hat disposition but then there is a law agnue lieing and when it it violated the of fender must sufler the conquencc It we brought a fnle charge against our conlcmporaiy he should not have guue olf in u fit of passion hut by all means ho thould have shown the public wherein we misrepresented hi case this is argument this is a part of a gentleman It stands out as a monstrous fact that our contcmjtoran harbored Virginny nigger in his office as reported and the mention of this fact causes him to have mental spasmodic convulsions If our con temporary will promise to be good mud utter the truth we will be very kind hencefortb but if he prevaricates and flies oil at a tangent it will be our duty and our privilege to go after him and set him right before the public and if this be billingsgate and opprobrium w plead guilty THE Democratic platform laid dowi by the Kansas City Convention will he found on the first page of this is sue a close perusal of this declarator of principles will convince the reader that it is an instrument of opposition and condemnation and against Why this is so we do not kuowbut it is nevertheless A commousense view of national politics would disapprove such a course Yet many men of re puteindorsed these declarations ll might be good politics in times of business depression and stagnation for a party to oppose and condemn but in this era of great prosperity it would seem the part of the unwise rathei than the learned Vc have expand ed from thirteen little colonies until our possessions extend far into the mighty oceans and us their restless waves beat the shores of every conti flout the stars and stripes float on the breezes of the insular aontinents and there they should remain forever and the party that assails this policy merits defeat and we believe it will receive its just merits The free silver plank in the platform has never been tried in this country and the business men do not care to experincc a trial Mexico China and Spain have free and unli iittcd coinage of silver but none of them have any standing finan chilly or otherwise In our opinion it would be fully fur this country to form a coallitiuu with Spun China and Mexico financially and we do not believe ehe will do it but this is Mr Bryans Idea We publish today in another column a statement of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank This report of the Banks standing can best be ex pressed iu the language of Mr Barnes the Cashier II i an proud toenyto you that by the kind patronage of the business public we are enabled to show the bjjt statement in our his toryaod tte CIUUH might be said of i the Bank of Iliirlf ird and perhaps tho Ohio tunty Bank and the Fordsville Bank Why this splendid showing under hc administration of slaudiardindicted bueinew stagnation and financial ruin in thin event of McKin leY1I election These gc ntlcmeu who lire engaged iu tho banking business were in the Mme business formerly when another party hud charge of affairs and there standing were never no good before This is what is usual 1j termed ilefJtikteli pioipelit tt nOl partisan business men In other words it is prosperity under Kepubli can rule We will nut venture to assure the public that the next quarterly re port of these banks will present such a showing In fact we do nut believe that they can do quite BO well The agitation of the free silver policywill certainly disturb business investment It did in 115 it will in all probability do it again At any rate bufcinc- I men will not invest until they are j sanguine of success and that their business will bo safely guarded by a I party of prosperity The New Political Dogmas The Democratic output from the Kansas City Convention comes in the person of W J Bryan of Nebraska and Adlia E Stevenson of Illinois Tho public has been apprised as to what these man stand for They have undergone a slight change sluice un which tends to retard business as liii the issue of four years ago Antiex pansiou or what they in their own language term imperialism was made the chief issue of the campaign What docs this mean In short it means the giving up of all our pos dessois obtained through the Spanish war The flag which has been raised over the Philippines Cuba and Porto Rico by the gallantry of our soldier boys should be bauld Ilown auelal low these Islands to become as they were under Spanish rule the depend cliches of some monarchial power It has always been thmotto of true Americans to protect tho flag where ever it fhats and where it has once been floated to see to it that it remain there forever But this cowardly Democracy wuuld change this policy for reasons nknown save the tact that the great party which represents all that it American u in favor of perpetuating the glories of the past and when destiny places the flag there to follow in the wake of events The fact tha these insular possessions are inhabited by II difl rent race is no argument against our owning them On the American continent and in the United Slates are found men of every nation ality under the sun We have lived with them we have prospered with them we have growu opulent with them and we can certainly live bj those of a different complexion and mien Every nation on the continent of Europe wants them and would gladly see them put up at auction What every body wants is certainly desirable These possessions have been assigned to us by Destiny and to refuse to accept them is to refuse to do our duty to this struggling human ity Likewise the propagandists of thi silver question are in error Every first class nation in Christendom hat adopted the gold standard as its moue tary system and under it have grown powerful and opulent Since the campaign of 06 Japan has relegated silver to tho rear and adopted tin gold standard as its basic money li may be that this country can afford to adopt the new idea of finance against the experience of the past hut wi frankly admit that it is not in our power of conception and in this view we have the concrurence of the busi ness world e The Politician Versus the Peo pie The character of the Louisville Convention was reproduced Tuesday in the Paris Convention In this Con vent n Mr South Trimble played the part of Ooelial the II iu intent anti purposi With one exception the Music Hall Convention the Paris Convention standi without a rival for revolutionary methods of conducting political Conventions Rule or ruin is the spirit of Goebehsm and its representatives Mr Trimbo created BO much excitement that it was ubso lulely nectary fur the chair to nil journ the convention In tiiis state of affairs Mr Trimble congregated a few of his followers and mmnuatcl him self for Congress now similar to the manner and tactics of Goebel himself But what else might lIe Iripe to cOllie ofa man who presided over that rump Legislature and tended his whole soul and body to the conspira I tars South Trimble is the wan who said that elections could not be won by Democrats in Franklin county in a fair elect n aid that iiuiuinblo Republicans would have to he npp int ed and Ben Marshal who thinks anything right that helps the lJellllcrnl should be made chief licutemrit ot elections This is Goebeliam as exeIuIic I in one ot hisheirlingsand yet this MIHI haRi iiitoIto to a H1t m Congress There are nmny wli will readily assent to hits hut liter aru also many intelligent and inforiiieil men will scorn such an idea and will end their moral aid in burying xtich a character iu the sea of oblivion We yet believe that there are many goodmen following this latter day Democracy who are not informed on this question 08 it really stands before the people of Kentucky or care not to inform themselves who read and understand not who having the power to see are actually blind But the I ioaildhS of1ctoitc3 aa lcrpl g1 nizant of the real crimes againtl the pcople that they are dominating These leathers have chosen this to be the course Democracy and now tin party stands before the intelligent crimeImat of bossfcni will finally culminate in ser- I ious trouble it is breeding revolutioi in the minds and hearts of men which will sooner or later brake forth in a great strife for such a spirit in gov eminent there is no other course lids being true every man oflering fur public favor with Gocbclism in his heart should hocru hcd in overwhem iug defeat This will enl the strife 01 tho politician against the will of the majority when all else fails The Republican Convention Next Tuesday in the citof Louis ville will start the move against Goebelisn It will first be launched by the nomination of lion John W Yerkes for Governor by tho Republi cans and anti Goebel Democrats This gathering of disfranchised citi zens promises to be the greatest of andIHejpuLlicans nal death burial nud damnation of the men and party who stole the nfl cea to which they were not elected from honorable men who were elect theIlegally and rightfully induced into of lice in ncccrdnuce with credentials feigned uml tuburibul to by 11 Goebfl county election boards which was sanctioned by the Slate board it selfThe i purpose of tie conventun u nf vast importance to the people of Kentucky and will be far reachinj in result Itwill brand tho Demo cratic party an the party of per ecu thou time author of Goeheliam and the oolyIbattle cry which will be neardall over this State that tIme Goebel law a 1111aU its sponsors and henchmen must be buried in a grave of dishonor and disgrace Parties will be lost sight of in this great struggle for tin survival of the fittest or the law anti citizenIshiIalone in this outrage against the laws of man hut the Brown Democrats and the Populists and the Probibi tiouistj arc in the same band wagon They have alike mot the same fate They have been regarded with the ignorant negro anti the redhaailei mountaineer to use a borrowed phase from Woodson antI theyshall none of them lie permitted to partici pate in the aflairs of government The convention next Tuesday will prepare the death warrant for the man who assumes the responsibility of carrying the dishonored flag of freatoi and treachery handed down to him by the Lexington convention Thi warrant has been written by the hand nf William Goebel assisted by the Democratic Legislature antI will fch placed in the hand of John W Yerke to bo served anti it is quite certan that this instalment in the hand of such n capable gentleman will b returned executed on the lith dav of next November While the United Staes will be deeply involved in the Presidential election we will be pro bundiy concerned in time restoriilioa of tho rights neil guarunteea of tin constitution Our interest must of neco tally rest solely in the hope of consigning to the grave with hut au thor that diabolical anti infernal dec i tion law ITRISLER KY R1ITomts RruUULlCN July 6 About three months since it was my inisfittunc to acquire an undesirable notoriety nnd that too at i a high price the cause 01 which tiring ing in its wake bitter disappointment in the necessity this brought about ot my relinquishing nn undertaking J had long desired tu accomplish I scarce need say that I refer to my snit for time Orient amid the afair in the city of New York which turned me homeward decidedly more sad and somewhat mott wiser than when I started Gladly would I have kept the whole aUalr out of the journals of ihe day nml saved myself the emhir ra sm iit of having my name nail pri vate nfliits linniliftl nbont in public itlnts until I cuuhl with amy own pen give it concctly tuny home iapers Hut so it was some of the New York Mperc FtcmuJ I 1 know more nl me hm I know tf ni ic1 f nod one ol turn ww extensively quottd by my lome j nirnnlH The piper to which- I icier was till Now York livening Pomt A tiicncl in New York City n tiiul possessing huiiMii sympathy ism in friendship sent me n copy ol said paper ami sugShted Lila I writeI for its cohtinntt n rejoinder und the facts which I dill and most re pcctluIy diil I ask its insertion in a orthcomlat issue In my Utter I es iaytd to correct time icies and mistakes nllnerOIllnaccuI caring but little cbtntuttUlcDtlonglvlniia fehasli bfthc I incidents already public but necessary to a clear Understanding of the affair and a correction of errors in their no tice ol the matter Out to my chagrin and mollification when I icceiveU time second copy I saw a portloa only of lilY letter and only the prt I cared but little for nil errors and inaccura des of said reporter uncorrected and I did think that in their scanning re allIronyif I was tint deceived in the language that it was a result of my insisting so strcnionsly on stubborn lids in tint which t them seemed unimportant but which placed me In a false light The Pust having been extensively quoted 1 deem it but simple justice to myself as well as to friendly editors who quoted the article in question to wsite up the whole nftiir tram Alpha to Omega and give it publicity and ere I forget it I wish to correct in ad vance two or three errors In the article 01 Aptll 2aJ in the New York Even tag Post then proceed to give the I whole affair and knowing that my article will be tedious by reason of the otject iu view I must ask the induN uencc of printer editor and readers The aiticle in the Post said that 1 had been at one time a member of time Kentucky Legislature and at an other time prospective candidate for Gv ernor I remember that in the hotel office one diy I mentioned my conncc tion with the Legislature and jestingly remarked that in 1882 when the CongressIIa prospective candidate This is the reporter got thatcandidacy They put my bogus friend down as one of a Hrunklott firm when it was or sbourd have been given St Louis oooLIthe Mayor but was uot permitted to see him I called one time and several other minor errors which will stand collected at the cUll ot this arti jcleAll who have known me well know i that lr many years I have hind in con tLinplation tInning this time a trip or tour to Italy Greece Egypt and last but not least the Itchy Land As to i the otject in view that is fully known to myself and but little concerns the public however as the journalistic notices mentioned my olject and in tentions I may be pardoned tJr sa lag that to have visited in Italy the disln I terremi city of Pompeii after Its having lain for more than eighteen centuries I under from ten to seventy five feet ol lava anti ashes poured down upon it by an eruption of Vesuvius to visitI Rome especially its ruins still showing the prison walls of the pale sickly jew St Paul the mightiest intellect of the age the strongest defender cit the lfaith to have view the old RomeIfrom thence to Egypt the land of the Pharoah ol the adopted loving anti much beloved Joseph of Moses the leader of Israel and the great law giver the grandly flowing Nile the Pyr alii Ids the supposed tombs of kings of three thousand years ago then to Palestine The Holy Land the scene the arena of the might iestt vents influencing the destinies of the world containing the tombs of the sweet psalmist time wise Solomon Jacob Rebecca Leah and Joseph and tram its surface rising the Mount oi Olives I the Hills ot Zion and the cross crown ed Mount Calvary on which the Son of God gave up the Ghost certainly I would have brought to me a sweet consolation a noble inspiration Il luminating the soul cheering the heait and with those sacred scenes with its inspiration stored away in memories casket I could have more gracefully seienely and piously glided on down the stream of life on which I am so fast sailing until I sleep the sleep that knows no waking I had pertainIingspecialTo those good friends who with the best of intentions tried to dlsuade me Isom the attempt I must say I duly appreciate same Yet I feel con fident that naught but an early mis fortune which might not neither likely to occur in one out oh filly in stances was the whole and and only cause ol failure That I did not suc ceed was riot the dangers of the ocean the heat oi Syria or the spear ol Be douin But I must hurry cnto the main mil ject the Cxti e or causes of failure and the New York episode I loft Jionie ol the gth Ilay ol Match accouis tinned by my wife as far as Irvington i On the cure at nn ojeii window in twj linurs niter leaving home I contra tlll a violent catarih or cold so ss i ver hint I was compelled tonmain with my wife who w i vailing s nne rrlt dvei near time pUre III ntmontil the 13th I then ft much fmpriVrti to went on lo Louisville but in u Iv a II1IJHovtllIlntI for my wU anti teiiuinol in Louis ville urtil the 16 b then purch cell i YurIitiglon nril nlfopwlwl third cities stonmer ticket from New Y rk to fin rlnn railroad urea irom Liverpool ti Lonilon included I urilvtd at Wash ington the aoth where I remained unti the 2jd sIghtseeing roil procuring the necessary documents for foreign travel My steamer ticket called foi the steamer Campalnla ol the Cunard Line und was to sail at n a m March 14 t was yet too Utiweil to risk ail ocean Voyage but I hash to beat the Cunard office before the sailing oi the vets t else lose the COt of ticket I atiivtil at New Yoik at about 5 p tu on the 23d anti reglsleied at Smith McNeils Hotel corner ot Fulton and Washington streets I Next morning the 24th nfter An eaily breakfast I began to inquire of time crovd in hotel office mow to reach the Cunard office And getting the nee essasy directions ind I presume get ting spotted by sharp I went up to Broadway amid took a car fm the place I was seeking In a very few minutes n nicely I mlcht say an elegantly dressed gentleman got nn the car ot whom I simile some Inquiry ns to how I might know when I arrived at Bald office lIe answered that he would show me as he too was going there anti said he was on his way to London In A very short time we were engaged in an animated and to me a very agreeable conversation I mentioned my home and he immediately brightened still more said he hind traveled over almost ever road in Kentucky mad he believed he had met me In Louisville on sonic occasion said he was one cia manufacturing firm in St Louis not Trankfort AS the New York livening Post hail it that they had a large consignment of farming machinery in London and he was going over to see about it Ills story was so straight forward manners fo nice bearing so elegant and having noticed that he wore u regular Masonic pin like my own I believed every word he ultesed and rejoiced in my beatt that I had at last met with nu agreeable traveling companion who might give me moral if not material aid should I continue so unwell as I was then or grow worse and become destitute in a foreign land Oil riving at the Cunard office I entered the third class ticket division and he ns I thought entered the second clas When I laid my case before the chief ol the office he immedtatvy granted an extension of the time and proposed to tranrlVr me to the White StAr line which started a vessel on the fallowing Wednesday said tint evi dently I wits too unwell to tlsk it then I alto pioriinil the irttoi million tan tiy paying eighteen dollars aiMitioiui I could exchange my third lor a see und class ticket which I tesolvcd or doing I came out elated at my sue cess and found my newly formed friend awaiting m We slowly sauntered up Broadway cluttin pleasantly and being quite weak Iron my two weeks sickness I soon becinu tired and suggested taking a street aI me a cn tucky friend of his a Mr William Williams I consented anti after wind ing about until I was nearly exhausts he entered a door and I followed A young man was sitting nt a small laid I near the dour nml mv literal asked where is Willimm The answer came that he had stopped out for a few ruin tttes take feat be will soon return We stepped back lather behind n par tition winch tan n little more than hit way across the room und found chairs anti a table After a very few minutes a rough old lelow rather plainly dressed appearing to one tim very picture ol a far western roug and ready farmer and ftockraiser and withal thought a little intoxicated came hustling in at the front using some profanity My friend remarked what now what is the matter with Not and the old fellow teruarkeJ that he would not stay another night in New York for five hundred dollars i that he brought one hundred mules tc the city and sold them lor one bun- dred and ten dollars each and lb sharps had beaten him out of five hundred but added that by paving a little he had caught on to the hick htIaway my who alter a time took me to one aid nnd said that the sharps would get STUNTED HAIR best IDoes the end Can you out a handfulby nIna your fingers through iiI flifeless aIV c a n c e it f The roots are not dead they are weak tbecause they are ft starvedthats all IT The hairfood Is LAWFZrvuor If you dont want J your hair to die use Ayers Hair Vigor once a day It makes stopsfalling druffIt always restores color to gray or faded hair it never fails stoOa bottle Alldrutclttf VigorIJdJULICHWlTT March 28 i899cauoa 8 Ink DDllelercDredIwaigrcutlyattllcted Tlieprowthof my uu tomo LUOODrrlrApril U 18l2evYorkNY If do not otuin all tIe lenrflli you from tbo use or ofrI1 Doctor about 11nlr Uo J C AYEU Lowell MUM I It 1 I t Id t II I Il I I I 1 II I jl III I I oJ I I ItII illtt al Jitfit jttltt ty + ta + tlt la tJtat ttu e 11n SOME DONTS Dont full to ruul our weekly ad E1iotit forget to eoiuo to our store g i nm i lid I to hut us Hiiiiw you inrou ii = 1fouit leave until shown through J 1liimt fail to got our jirioo- sp i Dont forgot them S Dont fuji to comparo I lit iii with ot lions m S Dont forgot our tpiality of goods U Dont forgot to tell your noi hbor- jH Dont fail to tiring her lilting SOME DOS I Imsiiiiss- DormmmilHtr j Ours IS n highpriced store but one where for fuirtef fc rs price you get a full measure of value heaped up und i j ring We are npver undersold never Thats the p crystal lixation the essencethe sum cf the specific eleg- B nicnts which sustain our leadership Give us call We p is can please you Every day brings something new If a Jj= u ejcry cent the old tanner hall that Iu thoroughly understood time trick and he believed it would ncht to win a few hundred Irom him anti then givt- it hack that it would teach htm a lea sonI really thought It a lightrnu act i began to play and my liiem Ion MrveiMl times and tried to give It hack but the iHitner would nrt accept finally the old man hwaine ns I thrum thought a little excited and Instate Lm a five hundred dollar tict lint my Iriiud at first letlined brt wanted to bet him and he would d i the playing or turning I III tI that I dil not gamble in any wy ai d certainly not on a game My friend then salt if nothing else will do you here goes and drew out about one hundred ir currency and two dralts or cheek one ol 200 pound Stirling which Is about one thousand dollars on a bank In London and one torn 1are amount on an upper New York bank They would not with the lanuer then my friend asked of me the loan ol four hundred until he could cash his check j This came like a thunder clap Ithu not know what to do two walls tween and the street police and alone In time power ot three men To j have refused I did not know but what 1 would forced to give up all I had then assassinated to hide the crime Sick and Irresolute I decided to and did take ofT my belt anti in spite of UK lilY pretended friend aided me in counting out lour hundred in roM Just as it was fairly on the table in poredbWilliams who had until then been out and seizing the old farmer kicked and hustled him out but not until saM pretended farmer had grabbed and pocketed as he ran the whole of money on the table I should have said my Irieud had turned the wrong card and lost just as the Infuriated Mr Williams rushed iu prostratfdedoor but to have it slammed in my face by the Mr Williams and the fiat the door orderyound man met at I by Mr Williams to go lor a police man In less than two minutes bet returned with a man dressed like a I policeman and I then had no doubt hut what be was an officer Said offi j placed both under arrest accusing me ol being a patty to the transaction i At this point I brought to bear what I little persuasive talent I may possess j and begged for liberty Alter detain- Ing me about ten minutes the bogus policeman decided that I could not live behind the bars so promised to I liberate me ill would give a solemn pledge not to expose his calamity to higher authority which he said would I probably cause him to loose his post j tlon At the time I would have promised to do anything even to the t shouldering a battleship to get out of the den My friend too was liber tookIhim to cash his New York check IIasked we but it was so fur up to and he must be about the javeIto proceed further with the narrative I more than to say my good friend did not get a ticket at the office as I bad supposed neither did he mil 01 the Campania or any other vessel that day I reported at Police Headquar I tens and bad the services ol a dttec itive an excellent gentleman but nothing came of it I remained in theII not snore than one hundred 1111 twin IIIII time as it would to have hII1UY loss ofIII IIhlvesib e f censure Thai I acted so fool lab as I did is H MUpuse to nay rfbut when I think ol my then lecble condition loneliness longing lor- I mpinionshlp and tine writ arrangeil trap set fur me I Humetlmes think men of capacity might have fated worse Had I n it advanncd thin tour huudied probably my lute would have been required and all I possessed takenI I that a generous public will kindly throw over the episode the spotless mantle of human charity awl whatever view they may have ol my tflort know that to me It was and had the approval ot mv own con J W MEADOW Do read our weekly ads Do keep yoirsolf posted Do iittili all llio bargains you run Do got oil you imrlor your nipnuy Do give us II ohaiuH to sell to you Do remombiir wo ann tint for prices dont cut any figit ret Do remember you wanted ut our Do remember wo want your trade IIturllIDo remember wo always in tho pj not a run over a bo mi ans go be me be amount ed cer of Cunard greater feasible science are are I mATCHLESS I V5CTHCTELCP- HOtCMLx1trtctULrcc1 1337 taO Southern Electrical Company JST ashViJ1e TennAnd be convinced that it in time Ifeer of Any telephone ON Till MAKKBT iYemake a specialty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Ismy Distance Transmitter best hard rubber haul Telephones With Batteries impltte forJJjGQg P O It I Cars Nashville I Write us for prices on all material used in onnection with time TBLB- IHONB OK ELECTIMCAI HIS NESS VVe Are IIo acj1lLrtox rAVE STARStar tin tags showing small stars printed on umler dido of tag horse Shoe J T Good Luck Cross How and I Drumiiiond Natural Loaf Tin Tags are of Mush value In secur ing presents mentioned below antI may bo assorted Every wan woman and child can nnd something on tho list that they would like to have and can have PREETAD i Much not rI I Knits on bteda good ilccl sS SciuoI14Incbe 55 4 Clilldi set unite Fork find Epooa 55 f qu4iliplo GtI C rnocbliilwWooil impe a 11r ttvllow KTOUtxl flao EnflliU S- Batter Knlrt Ulrlt pliw but quilli M t fata Ebtll Ulplo pure Lest qutlllr si 10 fiumpllniiUllnmllicr TI II Rtiifr tJi u11 Butcber glare M Kitn KttlUr 810 blade 7- 3U SbuwxKren KnitirlincU MU hut eet Cracker end t Kcki illitr itsliAochatfoatieIqusiityIiuiSAmaitneieknlcki tr ills oraoln Itoceri butplate goodisoi-iTikirti IckliIin M snj Is rarren hood tciIuvIuIrn tidku20 tile Ucnulu iioycts T Uo S 11 slIijikbiimobaD41u THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH tSOO nrilEAU worth of STAR longer nUbrd worth atmoj oilier brand THE TEST Send CONTINENTAL NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Visor tot Manhood Cure Impotencr Klgkt Emliiloni Lou of liens on all watthv disease llollectiot ielrbUMor Indlicrotlon A tonto BringsIiicheeks and restores lie mailSOn 60PILLS 50CTS 2bOwith our bankable eaurantee to or refund the money bend for circular and of our baukablo bond NervitafalilBtssgsctLow PowerVerlcoceleraroili Locomotor Ataila 7eryous Prwitra theReabozoantoe to In 00 or refund money Addra- tiNERVITA MEDICAL CO Clinton A Jackson Ota CHICAGO ILL RlUtf IuIcure at home IUI TIN TAGS TAU ft sadIU CI Clmdribeniumetriiarumtr 800 ii iO flt55 CtitOtnticduubiS sction3i oructliber 1 550imUidxime tfO 11 Ifeimnftou iIIii5s4flr35cimWr MU 1011 3JU Ca leiUierTiandionie isoSnImSJi15rOrMMllQj- III111 n n SimmernmI- 2J amandard tosS ladieS or nsto 1Idoublebanuiluummylei o Music met IN 111X11 thai n dime PLUG TOBACCO wilt nud plraiuro thud a dim MAXE tags to TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo iceu and nerve nd day raid andWilikty rI Uil moru cure cure rovth Iii 1itlut Compa IlxroHIIIlllrrII Tulk beiiifj clios 1 amid necessary you tliniiltl pntruiilxolinino folks where youiirul hiiiy F siva ilioncs nnd iMiililymirown linos and Im in t a lug distnnro with I lie wliulo cininty nnd linsinesa jioinlu truirally hy only paying a renioimlilutr ut to tlm I Tcleplinnu mitt jitcliiiiigoCoiir IIXJlllh140ifIlurtfonl Ky fur jinrllcnlars We connect with Independent Companies I p P1 1 4 her till next thirty Jape are going to have euroenough TALK INO MATCH Tlio way it uIve talk for our GOODS and our fjnodn talk for us For the time mentioned wo are going to give you good HONKST VALUES at LESS that OLD TIME PRICES Wash GoodsNow that the hot vrntlicr in on you will lio lookiiiR for thin fnliicN nol too high in price hut nice ill quality Wo were for ttl pricceIlcutyBig lot of Organdies Goo quality figured at lOc Protty figured Swisses at lire India Linensr5c lOc IGc IQc 25c and Uc Pretty him of Laces and Embroideries to trim any of these gouda Slipper Department Our stock is largo nod it must bo reduced The way we are going to do it is to CUT Tim IUICE You call buy our 200 Irei meyer lipiur in tan latest toe alSITr You can buy our 81 iii rihmcjer Slipper latest last black vest tog top for 81 T 0- Ynti can buy our 811i0 IViotmcyer Slipper in black for 812li This cornea in heel or spring heel Now in the lime lo wear tbu e goods and it is certainly the time to buy the- mHot Weather Articles for Men We urn fixed in the line of lcnlI Wear All wool Serge Coats 2f 0 to 815 E leas plain coil fancy Linen Suits 82 to 8- iiMjd I black Lustre Coal SI 25 to sa weightCuMIIIH Halbriggan Shine and Drawer 2fio each Buys Clauzo Vwt Are Moils nicri Kiiiiiinir St8rciilcr colors fait Jftc Rig lion latest styles mciiV and boys Straw Hide 2rclo 81 coil fast black pocks loe fir Iwo pairii fur 2o Same In tan Latoat style lowcut Shore 8100 to 8200 IJtg Mtleettnri Munn buoy Ncjjltgee Slnrlv ic each or six for 8 1 MlIMN extra MHO lordorc llMiidkriuliieti each or six Ii25c Silk Slcovcliuldor 5r MT pnJr- llx ton Garters all oilor Ific to 2Ac per pair Mund lancy iiminer Ties Ac to AOc We keep a stock Burpawed by none Kjcrinl prices on Table Linens blenchedand brown CottonsfShirting Prints V- cVISIT IirVIXJUAHTKHS WHICH LS Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 13 p Illinois Contrnl RallroadTlmo Tnblo New rIU B rant Numliiv In111k 111 HIMIII ltnnndorIINo IB aw 41 tt m Nu Ifl ilivllM a in NIL lit dwM p M N 11 ds 2111 p w No iredsS p w Su HI dwep u- Lorne 1seigblr- Nu Ill lu tags tx xe ii dn Ira p m H II YaegarxettnIIL- Mr C M 1endleton Milldnle Ky Isin town I Mr W F Sttvens Heda called to see us yesterday Dr K II Shultz Narrows called to fee us yesterday I Mr Sam Cox is spending a few days at Diwton Springs Dr D II Codstyof Fordsville called to see us yrsttrdny Mr Ellis Own olOwensboro vls itcd in Hartfotd the first of the week Mrs J W Raley and son Karl are vlMtingr her brothers family Mr M L Heavrin Mirs Ada Johnson Hlizabethtnwn fs visiting her uncles family Dr S j Wedding Come to the show Monday night Admission inc Free exhibition at 730 each evening during the week Miss Annie daughter ol Mr and Mrs J B Blankenship near Beaver Dam has typhoid fever and is very sick Bring us your wool and be quick about it as the carding season will be short Highest ctih price paid forI wheat J W FORD Co 51 t2 Mr S B Vnnnifter wlfi and daughters Misses Addle and Annie were the guests of Dr S J Wedding Monday Mrs E V Barbour and daughter Miss Carolyn of Leltchfeild willar rive here tomorrow to be the guests of Mr and Mra J II Williams Prof A P Taylor in d wile who have been spe ding several weeks vis IIturnto resume their work in the school at that place The evidence in the examining trial of Jo Evans was concluded yes terday evening and the arguments by the attorneys and decision of the court were laid over until this morning In nil probability he wi 1 br quitted u e e CURtS WHlKi AIL USt TAILS float Cough Bjrup TwtraUoud VM la time RId by drneeIta CONSUMPTION 1 Mr S P Roby ol Fordsvllle 18 in town I IMr J A Bean near town made us a pleasant call yesterday Miss Mary Bennett of near town is visiting MIMI Dena WoodwardCen tertown Miss Ernie Anderson mar town is visiting Miss Mattie Robertson near UclioK this week Mr John T Moore and wile left Tuesday for an outing of several days at Dawson Springs Miss Gurslc Woodward Center c town is visiting Misses Willie Smith and Effie Render Mrs E W Ford and daughter Miss Nancy visited in the Dundee community the past week Mr E P Neal went to Morgantown Monday and returned Tuesday ac companied by his family Mrs J W Lytle and son Master William Henry of Owensboro who pJChildren day exercise at Mt Her mon last Sunday was a complete sue cess Quite a large crowd congrega led and the good people of that church and community spreada sumptuous dinner to the delight of all Mrs Shelby Taylor city Miss Fannie Barnes Beaver Dam Mrs Jessie Paxton Splnx Central city and a crowd ol other ladles from the latter place left Tuesday evening for the Mammoth Cave on an excursion toProf J d Taylor and family left yesterday for MIddleaboro where he will spend the next year as Superintendent of the city schools of that city ctsThis fancily has many friends in this section of Kentucky who regret their removal for realizing as they do the I almost certainty of the finality of their departure Usually young men leaping Ohio county inquest of the goal ol Hticcrss mIke their abode elsewhere and their presence forever iii ternaids with us is only as n visitor However this my be our best wish cs lhnll atttnd them and we hope IhUniccesH will crown their ifbrts proportion in their deservings u u 6 eo e swt + w v a+e s w I e wee o- I SCROFULA1thin the in paleness You have them In hot weather as well as in cold curesipleasit foetndjioo I all dnl 1sts us e1 N111sseN Ie1es1 sasses seseeeee1eN10 DEATH Claims Col Quintus Cin clnnatus Shanks Was Resigned to go Who n Summonod Yesterday morning at I od ck Col Quintus Cinclnnatus Shanks died at his residence In Hartfntd lie had been quite feeble for a number ol yrars and he end was not a surprise to the family Old ale was the Immediate cause of his death He was one of the countys oldest and most respected citizens Col Shanks was born In Bullltt county near Shepardsville April i iSn He came to Ohio county at the age of 21 and has since lived in this county He served as Constable a number of years in the early history of the county when that office was regarded as very important He was later appointed Sheriff of the county by Governor Letcher about the year 441 and served in this capacity until 49 when he was elected to the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature Alter his term had expired as repress entatlvehe was elected Sheriff of the county and was acting in this capac ity when he entered the Union as a Recruiting officer He was of the ith Kentucky Infantry and was commissioned Colonel of the ulli Kentucky Cavalry on the nth of Oc tober 1862 and filled this position as he did all others with great credit On account ol ill health he resigned his commission In the fall ol 86JICol Shanks lived a very life in his youthful days and had a great many friends throughout the State He was a member of the Grange organization which was very prominent in its day was one ol the organizers of the Metcnic ledge ol liaitloid and at his death was A mew brrol the Filsou Club ol Kentuckyan historic order His remains were Interred in Oikwood Cemttry by the Preston Motion Post No4 G A R ytMcrday afternoon in the pretence ol a large concourse 01 Illcnds He leaves an aged widow his IIfeI loug companion and one daughter Mrs Lucy Hubbanl and daughter Miss Mabel and a large circle ol Irlends h riFOR SALK log team consisting 10 3 yoke of oxen and wagon in good condtions Terms reasonableI G M MADDox Rockport Ky 5118 rrYou never read ol such cures elsetwhere as those accomplished Hoods Sarsaparilla did you it isI Americas Greatest MedicineI NotlcoIThe Telegraph Co also the Hartford Tell phone and Exchange Co have sold their telephone outfits to the Rough River Telephone Co and desires toe wind up its affairs and go out of bus IntssIEating and Stooping Food supplies the substance for repairing the wastes of the body and gives strength Sleep affords the op portunity for these repairs to be made Both arc necessity to health If you ant eat and sleep take Hoods Sar saparlll It creates n good appetite and tones the digestive organs and It gives the sweet restful sleep ol childhood Be sure to get Hoods Biliousness is cured by Hoods Pills 25c Coal We will exchange coal or deliver from the Dr Miller Bank for anything in the Dry Goods Groceries or eed line at Hartford prices Tele 66 JNO A ED MIrrnRJa What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afllictlons that prevent active exercise are badI restsmiserable in worse Women are a mong its prrevteet martyrs LAB LERs BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 750 For sale by J II Williams Those who live on farms are liable many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 For sale by JII Williams Throo Intorostlng Locturos The teach ers nnd citizens who appreciate Ht ary feasts will have the pleasure daring the Institute to enjoy themselves Prol John C Willis will lecture on Monday night and i those who have heard him before will be tr sly glad to have the prlvi legs ot regain luarlng him Prof experIlence prepar1edthe lostltrte in this county has been very gnttitylDfr both to himself and the teachers and his address to teachers on the 30th ol this month will he on educational treat On Tuesday evening this Institute will be entertained by Prof John flnrk of Newport Kentucky the recently de posed State Superintendent of Public Imtrnetion It is not necessary for to hers state that Prof Burk will have a urge nuttjeace llls a man of much training nnd is thoroughlyI prepiral la Intermit and liutrnct those who give him their ultenllon Many citizens of tilt county will come to hrar this eccomplUhcd educator lie will choose his own Miljcct hilt WP iu irintce it to Im of n nature thit will help the Governors of the con won school room- Wednesday evening Rev Boi Taylor ol Murray Kenttiky will nd dress the leachers He too will se tact the subject for his own discourse We have heard this young minister from the pulpit but never from the lecture platform It will not be put ting it loo strung to say that he is the most entertaining young speaker we have ever listened to He puts life and energy Into his discourses and his auditors are continually under his sway We unhesitatingly rtcom mend to the teachers this worthy young man It Is hoped that every teacher will take the advantage of this opportune ty and hear all of these discourses The Superintendent has arranged these for the special benefit of the teachers of which they should take the advantage To eradicate worms from thcnystem give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CREAM VERM A FUGE The result will be childTr Misses Josle Thomason Seven Gums Ky Hctllc Bennett Anderson vIIII and Lizzie Miller City werexery pleasant callers at this office yesterday Is your liver tired Does it fall to Its duty If so dont neglect is call for help A few doses of Him BINE may save you n spell ofsickness HERBIKK Is the only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and lever Price 50 cts For sale by J II Wil llama YOUNG MiN WANTKD with fair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This Is endorsed by all lending railway companies as the only perfect and rellnMe institution ol its kind All our graduates ae asserted J to positions Lidlcfi also admitted Write lor free tfttilcgnc Fall teim opens August JStli Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky CENTERTOWN KY Our Sunday school is on the up grade we have n very good attendance many are taking great interest in the work while some lire very careless about attending and are not prompt in their recitation It Is a strange thing that we can not have good Sun schools the year round Childrens Day exercises will be ob served by the Sunday school at Central Grove church the 4th Sunday in JulyMr Sam Rone and Prof II II Davis were selected as delegates to attend the Sunday school convention at Beaver Dam on the roar Mrs Horvc 11111 who has been ser iousty ill for several days is slowly improvingMr James wife and Mr M R Woodward ot Point Pleasant vial ted the famtlyof Mr II H Davis last weekMiss Estelln Kiuchcloe of Muhlen burg county visited relatives here this week Mrs McAdams daughter of Rev E V Phlpps is visiting her lather and many friends here Mr Jesse Warden is here again for a short visit Mr A Lee Bennett formerly an Ohio county teacher but now n resident of Washington Ind is visiting the family C f his father Mr Jake Ben nett We are very glad to meet Mr Bennett and would like to have him in our list ol teachers again Mr Carl Benton and wife oi Irving are spending a short time with friends here Dr Chapman will scon be ready foi making brick and then look out boys stick walks and street lamps MAUDR S ILook In Your Mirror bealthytlnled I 1 ful form I ThUG attractions oro tho remit of good health It are absent there Is nearly always some disorder of dla- tinctly feminineorgena present Healthy- menstrual wean health and beauty everywhere McELREeS Wine of Cartful H I makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at rite root of all their trouble There is no menstrual dIs- order ache or pain which It will not cure It Is for the budding girl the approachingthecrisis in a womans life it brings health strength and happIness It costs 100 of dealers specialdirections The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga TennCsilts aril1 WM troubled al month I Interval with terrlUl raliu In m head aDd I buut tars Seen aat y AWrd by will of CarduL PROGRAMMEI Of Ohio County Teach ers Institute to be Held at Hartfor- di JulyOth to August 3d 190 10 a m Devotional exercisesPro I Willli 1020 a m Welcome Address John n Wilson 1035 Response W R Carson 1045 Remarks by County Super intendent n Organization 1130 Addrcns by Instructor NOON KFCnSS 130 Music 140 Roll Cal- lz45School Management Condi lions Requisite i The Teacher His Ability H C Crowder L Social Qualities Dona Wester field c Personality O V Wilson General Discussion 215 Environments a House and Pumiture S PMc Kenney Commuemeans of securing General Interest 245 Recess 355 The District IlbrarI0 Its Value Ed b How Established M J Holjbrook 340 Rcess 345 General Discussion of theIDistrict Library Evening Exercises Address by Prof J C Willis TUESDAY 800 Devctional Exercle Rev Pttiie 825 Roll CHIII830 9 Recess 905 The Relation of Geography History nnd Civics Henry Leach and C Hohirner 915 Geography Its Practical Ben cfit Aurora Storms 920 i Oral When Introduced Alvye John sonth How Teach Mattie Pirtle r To What Extent J A Duff 940 2 Advanced- a Methods of Teaching Birch Shieldsh Drawing R C Jarnagin r How Create and Hold Interest James DeWeese General Discussion Concluded by Instructor 1020 Recess 1030Spellinga H Carter b Advanced Spelling J HWood c Study of Synonyms Fannie Renderd ol the DictionaryErnest WoodwardGeneral Discussion concluded by Insructor I 1 RecitationFlorence Morton 1010 That Precocious Child Dora E Gibson 1 iroCvlcst Attained II Pruden 2 Oral WorkDeno Woodward 3 How TeachF L Sanderfur 4 Duty oi the State to Educate her Citizens J A Sanbach 5 Right of the State to Enforce Attendance R C Jarnagin 12 Adjournment Tuesday Afternoon 130 Roll Col- i140lgnomnt Citizenship a Public CilamityR T Wedding 155 Reading- I Primary a Word Method Mrs j A Wed ding l Alphabet MethodRachel San derfur c How secure Natural Reading Mary Holloway d Importance of proper Beginning U I Paxton General Discussion 235 Eecess 245 0 Advanced Reading n Till Teachers Piepiratlon JLBlack t The Students Preparation Mary Mercer r How Secure an Interest P H i Rossd Supplementary Reading Mag gle Paxton t Importance of the Subject T GreersGeneral Discussion Concluded by Instructor 325 Recess 330 Psychology Willis s4 Adjournment Evening Exercises 30 Lecture Prof John Burke VEDN ES DA- Y83oGenrralExerciseProf Burke 850 Roll Call of 9 School Management Would you Allow Whit peihig Why not How PreventjE Woodward C Crowder yi I PunishmentDr J S Fitzhugh c The Teacher on the Play ground C Iglehnrt of riHow Maintain Interest How Hold Attention Dora E Gibson t Class Work I The Teacherj1 Dally Preparation J E Davidson t 10 Recess 1015 Arithmetic a How teach Beginners C K arson h What Makes the Sul jert so Dlfi cultJ II ODell- c Discussion of the Signs Profr Willis and Burk- eI Rices- sioo5l Appreciation of Percentage by the loo pir cent MethodA D Park f Meusuration G O McDonald NOON RECESS 1 130 Roll Call 0t4o An Historical Review ofAmtr lean Claimants of the Nineteenth Century A W Bennett 2 History 1 Kentucky History W RCar son 2 History of the United States a Importance May E Rogers h When BeginR II Miller r How Create and Hold Interest- In History H Prndeu d Best Method of Presenting the SubjectEd Patterson 240 General Study of History Willis 3 Recess 315 General Lessons Dora E Gibson 4 Adjournment Evening Exercise Address Rev Boyce Taylor THURSDAY 830 Devotional Fxcrclse by Rev Boyce Taylor 850 Roll Call 9 Grammar Its Importance Alex Rhoadsi A When and how Begin Daisy Godesy b When Introduce and how to use the Best E Woodward Bad Beginning Causes Distaste or Grammar R T Wedding 940 2 Advanced A How Create and Hold interest n the Work L W Godsey- b a Parsing A M Johnson c Diagraming R D Holbrook 1030 Recess 1045 Abjective and Subjective Methods of Teaching Willis I 1110 Inductive and Deductive Methods Prof Welborn 1145 NOON RltCrSSIThursday afternoon 130 Roll Call 140 School Management A Daily Programme J D Oliver h Dally Preprntbn RCJarnagin c Class Work Prol Fred Taylor 210 Miscellaneous Questions by Teachers 235 Recess 240 Writing- a Importance James Barnes b When Introduce Arils Plummer c What Attention Should be Given the Subject W W Whalenu320 Composition I How Teach Beginners Compo sitlnn Moses Coppage 2 When Introduce S W Crowe h To What Extent Should it be Taught D P Mosely 4Its Value in Life Miss Lee China 4 Adjournment Thursday Uvcnlng- Enteltalnment by the Womans ClubFriday 8 Devotional Exercise Judge J P Miller 820 Roll Call 830 Physiology Dr JS Fitzhugh and D IIGodsey- Genernl Discussion 910 Benefits and Advantages of the A M College Gilbert Hoi brook 925 Recess 940 Mistakes In Employing a Teacher Judge J P Miller 10 What Amendments Should be made for the interest of Common Schools John B Wilson 1025 The Patrons Duty to the School Dr J J Mitchell 1045 General Discussion of the School law Its delects etc Intro duced by R C Jarnagin 1145 NOON RECESS 130 Roll Call 140 Discussion of the plans of the Teachers Association Introduced by W R Carson 210 Arrnnguients ol Association 250 Recess situ Distribution of Blanks 340 Adjournment FON ROGERS E WOODWARD Com a- RCJARNAGIN The work of assigning duty to teachers was assigned to me This work I have done the best I could under theexlstlng circumstances Hid known all who will teach in the county this year I could have placed manyothers on duty Each teacher assigned to duty is expected to wAke especial preparation for the work as- igned and all should make jirepeia lion on the entire programme as each one may be tolled out several times during the work livery teacher who expects to teach in the county during the school year ending July 1901 will be requited to attend the Ohio County Institute Any ont telling to attend will lose a week of excellent Instruction and the benefit the organization of the Teachers AssociationIActual sickness certified to by A reputable physician will be the onlyII JVerySuperintendent of Common Schools Ohio County I I NvrcEaswoHnl rcrowrxn 40VfarH Huomu lu tlieKuntb proves Ilaffbt i Tonlita great remedy for hills and nil MiUurlu revere lletttr that quinine Uuitrauttwd IrlAt DruKK tJI COcnml ICUtiattlM S Nt NARROWS KY Wheat threshing has begun raid the yield is fairly good The contract for the building of the new Methodist church Ills been 2 An Expensive If Tip is the one which you cut off and p throw away every time that you = smoke a Five Cent cigar There IS nearly as much in making this end as all the rest of the cigar ands yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts it and throws it away You get all you pay for when you smoke 5 Old Virginia Cheroots 0 Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = f year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents T 1u1iawarded to Mr James Magan who will begin work on it at once Mr JOUles W Dantles little child has been seriously ill for several days Mrs Langley of Adaburg is visit- Ing her daughter Mrs Charles Black lock this week Mr Caleb Boswell and family went to Arkansas last tall They returned a few days ago with an accumulation I af chills sufficient lo last them until the winter solstice I Messrs Perry King and Willie Em bry of Caueyville are spending a few days with friends here and at DundeeMr Powers house was fired few days ago by sparks from his mill but the fire was put out before serious damage was done The stave factory near here wilt begin work in about three weeks Its like the one recently operated at Hattlotd I The hoop factory at Dundee is do a good business The mad dog scare has resulted in the killing of several worthless curs May the scare increase I Tnt KniUBUCAMs stand for n stock law Is heartily endorsed in this neck of the woods Continue the good work The open sale of intoxicants in a neighboring village is a source of great society to our good citizens J H T Best for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache a cancer will never get well ntil your bWeld are put right CAS CARETS help nature cure you without a grip or pain produce easy ural movements costs you just IDI cents to start getting your back CASCARETS Candy healthI tic the genuine put up in boxes every tablet has C stamped on it Beware of imitations a CQOPER SCHOOL HOUSE July toWheat threshing is the order ofthe day Acreage small Yield pretty fair Corn is looking better and taking a good color since the sun has begun shining Oats are good Tobacco is growing well Mr S T Stevens and family of Hartford accompanied by Miss Kittle Collins spent Tuesday in this vicinty Miss Winona Stevens of Hartford who hns been the guest of Miss Orpha Stevens for some time has returned- to her home Miss Debbie Taylor of Smallhouse who has been the guest of Miss Illlle Stevens the past week has gone to her grandfathers Mr P W Taylor of Liberty Miss May Rogers of Beaver Dam Is the guest of her uncle Mr Cyrus RogersMrs Magdelene Rogers ofHartford is visiting her sons Cyrus and n E Rogers o this place Mr J L Rogers and son were the guests of Mr Wayne Paxton last weekMr A C Stevens and wife were the guests of his mother Mrs Harriet Stevens yesterday Miss Maggie Brunton who is giving lessons at this place spent Saturday night and Sunday at her home in Beaver Dam Mr George Brunton and Miss Bessie Williams of Braver Dam made a fly ing visit to this place soil Cromwell SaturdayA from this place accompanied by Miss Debbie Taylor Smallhouse and Miss May Rogers of Beaver Dam spent Sunday afternoon at High Yiew Mr E W Jackson is visiting his brother in Owensboro I S B F- Our I Greatest Specialist I For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to pro1fusionmethod of treatment for Verlcocele and Stricture without the aid of knife orcautery cures in 90 per cent ol all In the treatment ol Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kld and Urinary Complaints Paraly Blood Poisoning Catarrhand Diseases peculiar to wo Hoods PillsAre prepared from Na turns and while are reliable and efficient They theLiverI Biljiousness and Constipation Sold everywhere 250 per box Prepared by XLUood A CotoeUMa I I DrHathawaysdouble that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by otherI physicians readily yield to his treats ment him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of NewtonHathaway tIWHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE butlisetsForcure Notlco For a nest job of cleaning clothes UulouStreet 1OO Roward 100 The readers of thin place x111 be pleased to learn that there loot least one dreaded dlwnie that wtfnre has l en nble to tore In all IU tua sand that U rntnrrh lisps Catarrh Cure Uthe only posture cure now known to the mUral Iratenlty Catarrh beliK nronitltatlonal treat meet Hall Catarrh Cure In taken Internally action directly upon the blood and mucous iar faces of the njitemthereby defttroytag the fount ntlon of the dJwaw and string the paUrat strength by building np the constitution and Theproprleetorethat they offer one hundred dollars for any raee that It fall to cure Send for list of tntlmon all Addreu FJCIIESEV Toledo O Sold by Urairglite Tie Half Family IUI are the best F assimilation the system which grow and are con firmed by neglect HERBINE gives gooddigestionJ H Williams Called Him Down The Customer Walter Walter Bring me a lojster at once The Walter In ze one moment monsieur I will call zs proprietor All Right Now Overwork and loss of necessary sloe p made me very nervous and it was with the greatest difticultv ifaU I could execute my sojps A friend advised me to give pr Miles ne a trial which I did and received m mediate benefit In a few da l I was relieved 1 recommend fall musicians who suffer from QWr worked and disordered nerves r Otto H Bh nunrr 9310 slat 81 Mlhutt W- IUr Miles NervinoIs told by all drulllI on guarantee first bottle benefits or money back Book on heart and nerves tent lice Dr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind QUARTERLY REPORT Of THE BfiWfir Dam jQflOSlt Bank At the Close of Business June 30th 1900- RESOURCES Loanxaud Discounts 8115729 04 Overdrafts Secured 199713 Overdraft Unsecured 24300 Due from Banks 3512039 Banking House and Lot 150000 Stocks and Bonds 130000 Cash in Safe 873285 Furniture and Fixtures I 50000 Total817682847LIABILITIES Capital Stock 2500000 Bjrpua a 500000 Undivided ProGti C303 95 Deposits 13927452 Unpaid Dividends 125000 Total 817682847 Sworn and subscribed to before mo by John H Barnes Cashier this 3d 1000 1M S RACILAND Clerk E P TAVLOU D C Tho Kind Yon have Always Bought and which has becu In use for over 30 years has borno tho signature of and llns bcen malt0 under lim PCi sonal supervision Blnco ItH infancy Allow no ono to deceive cronin thiN All Counterfeits Imitations Ana if jHstnnRoml nrn ImC Ixpcrlnipiiti hint trifle with mu cPl1nJlScl tho lioulih t fInnmta nod Clilldroti Kxiiorlcnco ncnluut Jkpovlniout What is CASTOR A Ouatorlil Ia llUfinlcsS feubstltutfl for Cdsfbr Ollj tnrov Jjorkj DrJJio iiliil Sboliilni SyFtipjit is Ilcnsnnf It tJiiliiliif itCltiitt1 6j ItUn Iiij hoi4 htilcr5 iVnroolli fclibsltliirjc e Its ito 14 its Uiiitnuivc It dcslidm Worini and allstjH FcveHitliiicssi It itires lilai HiUrt and AVInrf Colic It relieves trcethiiljj IVoilliles citrus CoiiMtlpiitioK mIll Flatulency It assimilated tIle lootl regnlatctt tho sleclloThoCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signaturo of ctihO 4 The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CtNTIUR COMMNY YO uaT TCT NtW VO CItY e We sell three highest radc machines each capable ot producing sat isfactory work through years of constant use and differ ing broadly from eachother in construction not all ofour cus tomers care for the same else why should ve sell three We shall be glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed by each- linitedTypcwriler and Supplies Co 446 West Jeffcwon Street Louisville Ky FIELD SON= = = r== = == o TRANSFER LINE= = r== r === = A = =A eARTFORD Er-A FAST AND EASY RIDU IN THIS MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED rWORMSi CREAMf J For 20 Years Has Ld all Worm Remedies 11REI- 3rBOoO Jxxa onVGrGrXSTSPrepared bT JAMES F BALLARD St LouIs lIME AND SPACE practically annihilated Ih 3 ocean cables and telegraph systems now belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in no many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrow if we read THU CIIICAOO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents are located in fUr important dly in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplemented by this regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nations of wars and rumors of warsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment ofnewof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the uptodatcAmerican FREE IIIsISIncboln I of lurow on thu rererM Hide will bo mulled lo tiny u1uresa frco ofChnrun on ppptt nf rgi n cover poatncc nod w IIr i T iI rli c7I b P h j i ib Addren Now is the Time To subscribe for your home pnper and rend the news The price of TIlE REPUBLICAN is 1 in advance Hartford Republican iFRIDAYJUIYIJ FROM THE PHILIPPINES An Intorestltifj Loiter from Ono of Ohio Coun ItsSoldiers V I My 13 19 o ICnlhnIilen Btdn Ky PeRt uolvul your Irttrr ol- laniiiity 4h MVrrnl vrtks ngo but Oln to the cOUJldnrduItIK luoviil nf infill in miCi Ill tfflfctl tf Illto Klllp UD IhJtffctliU I luvi hot litttl IIIIII to urilt in 1117 letter lo inotll rfSttrildy i told Jilt tlul fUriUfit vas tht ticht b1t iVtrort IhtsbSit f I III island Inct hlyht tte wire troustt by snllie very It lid iuiisfcfcUj tar hftlt tjMIters stVefnl iiiatlftl nd Ktliiltilun bullets parsed tluotigh he walls ond the tout ol tht llOtlst ut co one was hurt We ore all up nd dressed and ready for business in little no time and we had no trouble In driving the rebels back We went for drill at the usual bout when stopped for a little lest a na live who lUll been employed by tbe Government walked up to one of the oouij any officers nod told him wbcie lie could find nn insurgent officer The company proceeded to drill until ve came to the building Oneol tbe officers who can speak Spanish good entered the house and sure enough found therigbt man The house was seatcbed and a noun icr of papers anti books were found which proved him to bean insurgent paymaster This created a great excitement among some of he natives Some tried to be niucho imigos these words in Spanish mean friendly but that plan did not work his time because we heard that once to often Any time the insurgents want a fight all they have to do is to send us word and let us know where they are and we will lurely go to them assisted by company A 6th tuft who have been after them the est patt of two months and only got ne real good fight out of them They nave given us so much trouble hiding In bushes and in tall grass and weeds Iud firing a few shots at a time and tinning We would do almost any bine to get even with these people We have got the officers that will not stand back when they can get half a showIt been before that when xe laid down at night we never knew whether we would get a nights rest or not Very olten when we lay down it night the majority of tbe com pany having hud time to fall asleep when the commanding officer sends orue one through the quarters and irouse each man and will soy In a whisper get your clothes on and get ready to leave here at once and strike no matches We always remained in barters until each man had dressed himself and got his equipments on not n word is spoken above a low whisper When everyboy is ready the company leaves tbe quarters one oy one until every one is outof the vicinity of tbe quaiters The first time we were awakened this way we thought it very strange but since then we learn to take things moor asy Since I havnt been writing I itcpped and on looking over old let ers I found one front you dated Feb uary 1511 I had forgotten this let er at the time I started this one I will answer all letters when I have a hance I have heard from Karl for ome time lie was well the last ime I heard fiom him I must close your brother R P Iiujs Co C 6th U S Infantry Strango Affection of Tramp Dogs Two tramp dogs wandered into Kirkwood Jib rum no one knows where recently People noticed hem prowling around the back en trances of houses but gave them no especial attention until compelled to I lo so by the walls of one ol the animals a dog with a trace if idie- plierdLYONS 1 f J I THAOEA I f A flP- p J LAXATIVE r SYRUPII J I CONSIIA1I9IMl- is made from ti choicest extracts oft vegetables unJ liTlJ cortaiu no III i- Ijurlotus drug niJ I tlio host prescription that CII Is cinipmmJed for lIessl151dIIlheslout es carIf do not like it etter thin yourJrugglstAn Ideal remedy for chilJron as well aS aJults For sals by druggists at hoc pr bottle C ro CAJ CT i KyJII U II tN NnliiliiirNlirlliuii Ky UYWIIIAMHUAIJOHN XTAYOII fruuiwrll ICy I ANew Book For Men Special ArranjjomniitH Whereby n Frrc Copy Can Ic Obtained by Every Header of This Isprr out tn inoniiDiH elis ion nf Dr J Xcotn lIt1l now 11011 iatlfy the Iuwn 11 niand iiatuuaffv- lits coR 1 a limltvd number of thoso tiools mall to oil readers of Uil parwr fl A send nstnw A4 OflL1S III lIll Jur ai Ur llotliaway hat conant 01 Mi prirllM rflmfU CMliilvoijr tIh fcf incti him h1 f h to innvl tusfti iivi 11 IIitj I III 1Ifll lugu pu1 IIlllfllll1 III1 hhe GIr 1111 ttrllIblcIrut liI n i II O hllIllII1ltlrI 111 flc ft l1 1 01 blioiIliil1 torMIIIII IJIIII f in in uiRrrint itfit Iftfck all hi IflT ii tiriuar vr InIlloeh aeri loilllsItctpt huon ttoros LIlt t Ualliv giul txaiV lie Mt 1 Htnntt well igiinms hvui- ilf Itathauny HIITOM In HIP trcnrntMtof VarliHHtilr ami hlncttire without ttf aldof knife br cai8rr lhoInrl Tlip 111111115 trcst cd by IliU Ii ii ti uthoni iiu-or los of tin rnm niMncsj Thlil l o illvil llw only trvBlment wliKh cure UliOiil nn oivr itlon Pr llathuttiyralUtlHIartldilar nltcu lion of sunercrs from url le and Stricture to 27 2u ssi so gui 31 of his now book speciallytreatedbyiIInuaroIIrcparLifnuuu lilsotcn Dr Hathaway makrn no rnarco lor consulta lion or either at lilt ofllro or by utah and when a cant In taken thoouo low f covers aU cot of medicine aol services ltOlMeono Interview but Ihlls nut wwiitlal as ho tam cured scores of thousands of aUDls In nit we lions of the world whom lie hIpr soon III system of Home Treatment Is so IIChded tUit ho can brine about n euro as rarely 11 as though the iatkul eallod al hit chice J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr IlJitliauay A Co JOliriuirrliMrv 1 i livlllf Trim MKNTIIIN Title 1AIKII WIIKX WKITIMI blood In his veins The wild weird howls coming front in front ol the Presbyterian church at midnight caused an investigation by a few who were out late They found one of the dogs lying in front of the church dead A wagon had tun over him The print of the tires were across his body At his side sat the shepherd dog reared back on his haunches and bowling as ii in a delirium of agony This continued all night for those who tried to drive Pythias away were only snapped at In the morning the town marshal tried to coax the aninud away fom corpse but he would not bulge though he hat been howling n dirge for twelve hours And when any one attempted to approach the remains of the dead dog be snapped and snowed his teeth uienachlngly The marshal was perplexed Final ly some one suggested that he be las sooed and dragged away while others took the remains of the dead dog and buried them The marshal adopted this method with entire success for the dog was dragger away despite his protestant howls Then the remains ol the dead dog were taken in an opposite direction and buried alter j which he was turned loose given a kick and told to begone The j dog put his nose to the ground and started oil An hour later found lying on his partners graveI occasionally giving faith n howl ol Irreconcilable grief People are beginning to think he deserves a reward for his devotion and several of the most kindhearted are talking ofadopt ing hint Toledo lade CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho ASignature of cc Z I DROPSY T1haw VigorkiILtu nndUueoboluAipee1mtiyarrangd laboratorksuuiJeriuisicronumoversIguit pgtabilkpM1le many thousand cam calleI boteiem In tsiLays at Iwul twothird nr all uTmptomiremoT I rd ttimon1alandTE5DAY3trtatmentfrs- DR L B CREElS S09S llox K Atlanta Oa p SOUTHERN EXPANSION Enlargomont of tho Wino of Carclul Plant at ChatItahooga j Cllattanoop Tenn July 13 The Chattanooga Medicine Co nmnuiict them ol McElrtcs Wine nf Carclui and Thcilfnrdg Slack Draught have just eoinpleteil the erttcion ol three new buildings as additions to their large plant here These building ii e tle company over two acres ol floor cpace awl make the plant thti second largest in the would devoted to the proprietary medicine business In moving iuitn this modern tflulpII nient time medicine company stalled a compltte electrical plant for operating its machinery improver I electric motors being located in each building An mitonwIc t piinklrrj outfit which it cuisklre I an nlnolnt preventive of lofsbj fire Iuua HMI btii erecte1IThis great business i rspidlv tx tending to foreign fitlii nfhipmenl I 017500 bottlrft of Wine i f Circlui l I ing made to Drilish Smith Africa tn day ClASTonZAn- u tieItoKind Van lUii Always EougM torHard nnd Sof She She huM n suit pt in In heart If jou can onl fid II- He Iathaps but I Mir JM fira1 hard to find ItlhIHfta 1rts llov Are Your Ktilnryi C nrHotbtRiarMut IMIlii riirpillkldner Ills Warn Add btttIIIIIl llcuica Co tiicuioorN V Tin Plato lndustry Savos Us Millions Since the establishment rl th tr plate industry in time U mited stUrn there has been saved to timid country off 100000000 We used to itupoi I t Msh tin plate made by the Welsh trust to the value ol 10000000 year The Welsh tut plate trust is net suljfct to our laws nun pays nothing III the way of tux tIn toward tlic Uiiittil HliUs UtMMity Still tlf lUnuicritio puty liMUlt tooth nnd mutt against tHking n ny the IraIt finui them and giving it to Amiicat lactulttl Why Ho Failed lie didnt mnken Mircemt of that proprietary article he put on the mar- I kci Of cotwc nIt Why dnynttaay that tircilUe he diMI t MiuW bliilneii 11Ijhlthl lit tI tpll e llltriUiiiiy mlViilista It tXleni tVely TiUe LIt hCfivcilcoVta the most iuptittint feiiture of ill He tailed to wain people in big black type to Be care il imitations Chicago Pot ClASTOrtABean tie He Kind Vw Hin Asays Bnjhl Sgll 11JrA Suro Way How amiable your little boy seems to bi Yes we never object to anything be wants to do lloomingtou Pan tagraphFREE BLOOD CURE An Offor Proving Faith to Suf ifIs your Blood Pure Are you sun of it Do cuts or scratches heal slow I Docs your skin itch or bum Have you Pimple Eruptions Ach ing Dones or Irzema Old Sort Boils Scrolula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale I so purify your Blood nt once with II B B Botanic Blood Balm It maLe the Blood Pure and Rich heals every sore and gives a clear smooth healthy skin Deepseated cases like ulceis cancer eatiug sores Painful Swell- Ings Blood Poison are quickly cured by B B B made especially for all obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B B drains the Poison and Hu moors out of the Blood and entire sys tent so the symptoms cannot return Give it n trial It cures when all else lail Thoioughly tested lot 30 yeats Sold nt drug stores at Si per large buttles lull treatment 5 lie smite the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial boltle given away absolutely free Write tot it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble amid tree medical advice given A Bottor Reason SmithWhy do you avoid Brown do you owe him mooney Jonesoi I dont want him to owe me any See Chicago News DYSPEPSIAo CURE CONSTIPATION lltrlU II4trXtY Sw TinS m drugflUU r- eo THE MJST EXCIFING II CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS 1 IS NOW O- Nfiverybjjy must have a 1 Dilly Ijpr Ths Campaign- Offer of SIIQO r FroniNrrvtDNa 15 r made hy- I THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY rile only unbiased and tlieJRHdULAK RATeS Oii3 month SO Thresmontlms125Slc Twelve Months S100 Send for Sample Copies TUB EVENING POST B Louisville Ky ir11mm- ffthrnwuwwrnrnL PATTERNserery g scriber Only AI Cents a year I MSCALtS MAGAZINE A LADIES I = IatsI= MiioadtsmakigronomIs Uncr Z ok t hinti j ftctton etc Stib 1 = scrib tody or I4d t for Ioii copy 5 I iad cnt hdIor irafUyllb Reliable Simple Upto AbllOlulCl1s I i rMS CALL PA1TERN5 J 5 NoS 4mAllow nc Pitternij On I to inC IS It uchnon blghr M Ak for Ibm Sold In ctulfffcrj dir S 1THB CCZCIfIIAThis SATANIC ofITcfSKl an acid condition I tIe blood nnd unless relieved tltroiich certain instruuicnlalitira too inucli 01 this acid poison reacluca the sknu unmut It lacomuues red uiuul limfiatneil The itching Rlilt tmmllig tot almost unbearable especially when ovctlieated trout cause The skill seems on fire sleep or rest II Impossible the desperate sufferer ri anllcsn orCOlIst1urllccs scratches until strength Is exhausted whtictforumsThis is a painful and stubborn farm wf the disease While Eczema Tetter lIr Salt Khttmi and many like troubles are spoken of ii diseases ol the skin they are really blood diseases because THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE U tbt btod ii in I ti1S htaltliy condition no rwlionoiii elements ran reach the akin theIiflirnmatlS a A the only v1rIy vrttebis thld klOI I mi iafe Phd ilIUClll un fur Im etid aU uptcaltlllJluod esrii- Chut troUbles gun 1lt eviL uf the t1I8Uf alliti the adds Slid eluiuM the uloodi timfureti And IUyIgfMc I all tile btlahR cleiM the ivilem of ill fumuriilei through the lututal chihlilli I the ft idi jttfhidthjsUon Iubh1c5 iillli itll sighs jf Ule dhtae diumpaI sfttfand iaitt hcre Very sole vii IOU I TbdIyourssst Use they will cheerfully give any Information orndvie wanted We tuukc liu charge for thii AiMreM Sultt Sptcllle Ca AlUitli Ci M aria Chills alid h fot THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The 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 whcn you taLc Groves its superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold 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New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDCS BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BAlLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all In a Cotton Belt Parlor Caffi Car 25 cents for a half day Seated in a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker will enjoy the large smoking room with its arm chairs and couch The ladles wi delight In the splendid ladies lounging room with Its and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals In this car at 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 It and you will only have to pay for what you order ThoCottnnIMil IhodhlettllnetoTXR lUtralnininthronghfromCtlro end MemphIs to Texas without change Direct ronnvctlont iro rondo at Hi Junction fur all parts of THU Iiidlin Territory Oklahoma anti the Far Viral Wrlto and tell ui when you are come and when you will IMTO and we will lII yonwLatyonrtlnkalwill coat whIcl train Intake tomake tbeheottlmand cimnrtloni anti will load you an Interfiling little booklet 1 Illf 10 luLl ff titUUCCa1 riuV all TIL ill W A MtOW Toe Pmr AJIIST LOUIS MO CIS rhJ ho4 eo 1013 I l ENGLISHIIIYBiography Geography Fiction etc UIOInternational eyeantiother dictionary In tho world It should bo In every household Scttb