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LihoIIltticTItt4tfltHI 1FN i tClVtj4NESSEE South OAKOLVNA Ar AlJAMA VIRGINIA North OAUODN AG KO fi G IA lIHI MISSISSIPPI f tlU Sillier TbrrvTMtly Traliiil Dctwivn loutvllln nml Josrtun Obwnratlnii Chair Can Tr IIIInYO nnd nrrlva Iuufo1li fi Reveutb Srwt Ililon tXimt ronliiu lJr1r41n of tha ilUll I 4 iltnoh linilrjn4 R LIt II f r Info mtoi inTilrcwv- A WlliIUXIT V 2144th Au IxMiliivlllr- V q II TATLOK Al tniit I 1 A Loahvlllv r JI tttr Trttflln Unnnarr W A Tim timn lnw Agnt J aa luicton If n THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN IFine 1b THREE GREAT SPEECHES A M ost Forceful State ment of Facts Senator Lodgo Tolls tho Presi dont of His Nomination Till IllUilIUTH ACCIJIrXn Wolcott Of flolnlly Notifies Roosevelt That Ho Is tho Presidents Run nlnn Mato f SJWATOR LODGES SPJtnCH Mr President This committee representing every State in the Union and the organized territories ol the United States nasduly appointed announce to you formally your toI liiatlon by the Republican Convention which uiet In Philadel phia on June 19 last as the candidate of the Republican paitj lor President of the United Slates for the term he ginning March 4 1901 To be select cd by the Republican patty as their candidate fcr this great office is always one of the hl liol horoxs which can be given any nun This nomination however comO to you sir under elrI cunitnnct which give it a higher significance Bud make it nn even deep i yr cxprettiou of honor and trust than tmual You were nominated unanl I recelndI 11tbewhich existed In the hearts and minds ot the deputes Without faction without illMtnt with profound satlat faction and eager enthusiasm you were nominated for the Presidency by live united voiced the reprecntntives Of our great putty of which there is neither sign of dlvitiou nor shadow ol turning StiCk unanimity always reo malleable is here the more Impressive bcrauio it accompanies a second nomt motion to the great office which you have htld for fuir years It Is nolI the facile triumph of hope over eXtcr imcnt but the pober approvals conduct and character tested In many trials and tried by heavy and extwor f tllnnry responsibilities With the ex ception of the period in which VahL ington organized the nation ondI built the State and ol those other aws tnt years when Lincoln led his people through the agony ol civil war and lived Irom destruction the work of Washington there has never been a Ptettlilentlitl term In out history sp crowded with great events so filledt with new and momentous questions as that which is now drawing to an end True to the declarations which were made at St Louis In 1896 sir united with the Republicans in Cone K revs In the revision ol the tariff nod the re establishment of the protective policy You maintained our credit and upheld the gold ttandnrd leading1 thtrpatty by your advice to the paslsage of the great measure which day the bulwark of both You letlI again in tilt policy which has made Hawaii a possession of the United Stwtes On all these questions you fulfilled the hopes and justified the confidence of the people who four years ago put trust In our promises nut in nil these questions ilso youI had as guides not only your onIprinciples the well considered results ol years of training and reflection but also the plain declarations ol the national convention which nominated you in 1896 Far different was it when the Cuban IluesUon which we had also promised to settle brought n The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of SwampRoot at Work b His Laboratory Thero Is a disease prevalllnesjn this country most dangerous becauso so decep live Many Bidden deaths aro caused by Ithent disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kIdney disease If trouble Is allowed to advance the kidneypoisoned blood will attic the vital organs or the kidneys themselve break down and waste cell by cell Then the rlchneSa of the bloodthe albumen leaks out and the aufferer has Brlghts Disease the worst form of kidney trouble- Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery Is the true specific for kidney bladde and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all othe efforts have failed At druggists In Iflycen and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Addres Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y an mention this paper first war nnd then pence with Spain Congress declared war but you as commander in chief had to carry I ton Ycu did so and history records unbroken victory from the first shot of the Nashville to the day when the protocol was signed The peace you bad to make alone Cuba Puer to Rico the Philippines you JaIl to assume alone time responsibility of tak ing them all from Spain Alone and weighed with the terrible responsibil ity of the unchecked war powers of the constitution you were oblged to govern these islands and to repress rebellion and disorder In the Philip- pInes I No party creed defined the course you were to follow Courage foresight comprehension of American interests both now and in tbe un charted future faith in the American people end in their fitness tasks were then yonr only forretI counsellors Thus you put in operation this great which has made us at once masters of the Antilles and a great Roster power holding firmly our possessions ou both sided of the Pacific TUB IORKKJSf POSSESSIONS The new and strange ever excite fear and the courage and prescience which accept them always arouse crltIicism and attack Yet a great ure and a new policy were never more quickly justified than those nndertak en by you On the possession ol the i Philippines rests the admirable diplomacy which warned all nations that i American tiade was not to be abut out from China It Is to Manila that we owe the ability to send troops and ships in this time of stress to the de fence of our ministers our mission arles our consuls and our merchantsc in China instead of being compelledt to leave our citizens to the pro tectlon of ther powers as we would have been unavoidable bad we flung the l awa and withdrawn IIthathave thus been enabled to take and that all further measures In the same direction which you may take for the protection of American lives and prpp city will receive time hearty supputt of the people of the United States who now as always are determined that hat the American citizen shall be protected at any cost in all lila rights everywhere and at all times It is to Manila again to our fleet in the bay and our army on time land that we shall owe to the power when these cents of blood in China are closet to- texnct reparation to enforce stern justice and to Insist in the final settle ment upon on open door to all that t vast market for our last growing comI merce Events moving with terrible rapidity have been swift witnesses to the wisdom of your action In time east The Philadelphia convention has your policy both in the An and the Philippines and has made it their own and that of the Re publican party Your election sir next November assures to us the continuance of thatCa policy abroad and in our new sinus To entrust those difficult nndt vital questions to other hands at once incompetent aud hostile would be aIdisaster to lsand still more ullreI lieved disaster to our posterity Your election means not only protection to our industries but the maintenance of a sound currency and ol the gold standard the verycornerstone of econ ovnlc and financial welfare Should these be shaken as they would be bytt- be success of onr opponents the whole fabric of our business confidence and prosperity would fall into ruin Your defeat would be the signal for the advance of free trade the anarchy of a debased and stable currency for business panic the depression and hard times and for the wreck of our foreign policy Your election and time tiiuruph of the Republican paity which we believe to be as sure as the coming of daywill make certain the steady protection ol our industries sound money and a vigorous and in telligent foreign policy They will continue tblt condltlonSof good government and wise legislation so esisentlnl to time prosperity and well be lug which have bfet seil our country in such nbucdsncc during the past four years Thus announcing to you sir your nomination as the Republican candi due for the Presidency we have the honor also to submit to you the decla ration of principles made by the na tional convention which wtiutt will recelvelmrnlproval We can assure you ot the Republican party in every State and we beg you to believe that we discharge here today with Pel Ings oi deepest personal uratiGcjllon USibyPresident McKinley III au n the j stand The vast concourse of people cheered heartily and enthusiastically It was some moments before the Pres- idiutcould j proceed lie had a manu script in his hand but referred to it only at long intervals He spoke a follows PRESIDENTS srnucii Senator Lodge and gentlemen of the notification committee The inca sage which you bring to me is one ol signal honor It isalso a summons to duty A sjngle nomination for the office of president by a great party which in 32 years out of forty has been triumphant in national elections Is a distinction which I gratefully cherish To recele a unanimous renomination by time same party Is an expression of regard and a pledge ot continued confidence ior which it is difficult to make adequate acknowl edgement If anything exceeds the Honor ol president of the Uqlted States it Is the responsibility attached to it lIavI lug been invested with both I do not under appraise either Any one who has borne the anxieties and bncdens of time presidential officees peclally in time ot national trial can not contemplate assuming it the sec ond time without profoundly realizing the severe exactions and the severe obligations which it Imposes and this feeling 19 accentu ated by the momentous problems which now press for settlement If my countrymen shall confirm the ac tion ol the convention at our national election in November I shall craving divine guidianceundettake exalted trust to administer it to the interest and the honor oftime country and to the I new persons who have become objects a 111UIand will communicate to your a more formal acceptance ofa he nomination CREDIT RESTORED I- On a like occasion four years ago I said The party that supplied byflegislation the vast revenues for greatest war that promptly restored the credit of the country at its cJoseb that from its abundant revenues paidl offaltygeshateof the debt by this war and that resumed specie payment and placed our paper moneyh upon a found andenduring be solely trusted to preserve both our credit and currency with honor stability and inviolability The Amer- Ican people hold time financial honor of as sacred as our jiandwith the same vigilance n thTheyy fealty and have often demonstrated avail when t liimes threatened The dol lar paid to our farmer the wageearner and the pensioner must continue fotevcr tqual in purchasing and debtpaying power to the dollar paid to any government creditor Our Industrial supremacyonr pro t ductive capacity our business and commercial prosperity our labor anti its rewards our national credit and currency our proud financial honor nd our splendid free citizenship the birthright of every American are all ot involved in the impending campaign nti thus every home is directly nd intimately connected with their proper settlementOUR TRADE Our domestic trade must be won back and our idle working people II must be employed in gainful occupa tlons at American wages Our home must e restored to Its proud rank of first In the world and our foreign trade so perclpltately cut offc by adverse national legislation ccoopened on fair and equltable terms fort of D a uPercs jpreseripIiop bmtIeweakncss Itirntkes weakwomen p stron9owomen 1 sour surplus agricultural and manufac turing products P confidence mutt be restored and thejjsklll energy and the capital of ouronntryfind empoyment at homeThe government of the United States nuist raise money enough toI meet both Its current expenses and increasing needs Its revenues should be ralscjl so as to protect the mated al Interests of our people with the Ifgniestpo3slbleldratn upon their reo sourceS and maintaining that standard oi civilization which has dis tinguished our country for more than a century of its existence The national credit which has thus far fortunately resisted every assault npQa hmust be upheld and strengthened If sufficient revenues are provldsd for the support of the gdvermlitnt there will be no necessity for borrowing money and increas ing time public dcbt KKPT TIIRIR rtiSDCR Three and ahalf years ot legislation and administration have been concluded since these words were spoken Have those to whom it was confided the direction of the government kept their pledges The record is made up The people are not unfamiliar with what has been accompllshedTbe gold standard has been reaffirmed and strengthened The endless chain has been broken and the drain usIour gold reserve no longer frets The credit of the country has been amongIare our- onded debt bearing three and four nd fiveper cent interest at two per ent a lower rate than any other coun alceadymore than three hundred millions have been so funded with gain to the government of many millions ot dollars Instead of 16 tot for which our opponents contended four years ago leislation has been which while utilizing all orms of our money secures one fixed value for every dollar and that the est known to the civilized world A tariff which protects American labound Industry and provides amI ple revenues has been written in pub law We have lower interest and igher wages more money and lewerI mortgages The worlds markets have been opened to American products which go now where they have never gone before We have passed from a bond issuing toa bond paying ation from a nation of borrowers to ation of lenders front a deficiency in e revenue too surplus from fear osonfidencr from enforced idleness profitable employment The pub e faith has been upheld public orderI aa been maintained We have pros perlty at home and prestige abioad TilE THREAT RENEWED Unfortunately the threat oi 1896j has just been renewed by the patties without statement of mod ffica ion The gold bill his been denounced and its repeal demanded The menace ol iC to r therefore still hangs over us with all Its dire conse quences to credit and confidence to business and industry The enemies sotind currency are rallying theirI scattered forces The people mustI once more unite aud overcome the advocates of repudiation and must notI relaxtbeir energy until the battle for public honor and honest money shall again triumphIA congress which will sustain andI need be strengthen the present lawI can prevent a financial catastrophe which ever lover ol the republic is in terested to a vertINot satisfied with assaulting the and credit ol the government ur political adversaries condemn the law enacted at the extra session congress in 1897 known as the ingily act passed in obedience to the wilt of the people expressed at the election in the preceding November a law which at once stimulated our in dustries opened the idle factories and mines and gave to the laborer and to the farmer lair returns for their toil and investment Shall we go back to tariff which brings dtficlency in our revenues and destruction to our Indus trial enterprises Faithfully to its pledges to these Internal affairs how has the government discharged its in ternational dutiesl NINETY six PLATFORM Our platform of 1896 declared The islands should be controlled y the Unied States and no foreign ower should be permitted to interfere with them Thlsfpurpose has been fully acc UI pllsed by annexation and delegates from those beautiful islands partici ated in the convention for which you peak today In time great conference f nations at The Hague we reaffirmed before the world the Monroe doctrine and our adherence to It and our deterI initiation not to participate In thectn plications ot Europe We have hap ply ended the nuropean alliance in Samoa securing to ourselves one of thc most valuable harbors In the Pa cific ocean while the open door InI China glvesto us tilt and equal COOl petition fn the vast tede tithe orient Seoul things have happened which were not promired nor even fnrseen and our purposes in relation to them must not be left In doubt A just war has been waged for humanity and with It have come new problems and responsibilities Spain has been ejected from the western hemisphere and our flag floats over her former terrlto ry Cuba has been liberated and our guarantee to her people will be sacred ly executed A beneficent govern ment has been provided for Puerto Rico The Philippines are ours and American authority must be supreme throughout the archipelago There will be amesty broad and liberal but no batement ofour rights no abando ment of our duty NO SCUTTLE POLICY There must be no scuttle policy We will fulfill in the Philippines the obligations Imposed by the triumphs of our arms and by the treaty ol peace by international law by the nations sense of honor and more than all by the rights interests and conditions of the Philippine peoples themselves No outside interference blocks the WilY to peace and a stable government The obstructionists are here not else where They may postpone but they cannot defeat the realization of the high purpose of this nation to restore order to time islands and to establish just and generous government In which the Inhabitants shall have the largest participation for which they are capable The organized forces which have been dispersed by our faithful soldiers and sailors and the people of the islands delivered from anarchy pillage and oppression rec ognized American sovereignty as the symboy and pledge of peace justice law religious freedom education the security ol life and property and the welfare and prosperity of their sever al communitiesWe the early principle of the Republican party sustained by unbroken judicial precedents that the representatives of the people in con gress assembled have full legislative power over territory belonging to the United States subject to fundamental safeguards if liberty justice and personal rights and are vested with am pIe authority to actufor the highest interests ol our nation andthe people entrusted to its care This doctrine first proclaimed in the cause of freedom will never be used as a weapon for oppression Lam glad to be assured by you that what we have done in the far east has the approval of the country SUDDEN CRISIS The sudden and terrible crisis In China calls for the gravest considers tlon and yon will not expect from me now any further expression than to say that my best efforts shall be given to the Immediate purpose of protect ing the lives of our citizens who are peril with the ultimate object of the peace and welfare of China the safeguarding otolt our treaty rights and the maintenance of those princi pIes of Impartial intercourse to which the civilized world is pledged I can not conclude without congratulating my countrymen upon the strong national sentiment which finds expres slim In every part ol our common country and the increased respect with which the American name is greeted throughout the world We have been moving In untried paths but our steps have been guided by honor and duty There will be no turning aside no wavering no retreat No blow has been struck except for liberty and humanity and none will be We will perform without fear every national and international obligation DEDICATED TO FREEDOM The Republican party was dedicated to freedom 44 years ago It has been the party ol liberty and emancipation from that hour not of profession but ol performance It broke the shackles oi four million slaves and made them free and to the party of Lincoln has conic another supreme opportunity which it has bravely met in the IIber utlon of 10000000 of the human fain lly from time yoke of imperialism In its solution of great problems in its performance of high duties it has had the support of members ol all parties in the past and confidently Invokes their cooperation In the future Permit me to express Mr Chairman my most sincere appteclatlon of the complimentary terms to which you convey the official notice of my nomination and my thanks to the members ol the committee and to the great constituency which they repre sent for this additional evidence ot their favor and support WOLCOTTS ADDRESS Governor Roosevelt The pleasant duty has devolved upon this commit tee appointed by the national repub lican convention and representing ev cry state la the union to make known to you officially the action ol the con vention and hand to you a copy ol the platform it adopted which embodies tho principles of the party The representatives of the tepnblU can party in convention assembled un unimously and spontaneously select ed you as the candidate of the party at the next election for the high and dignified office ol vice president ol the United States You were so selected u IF YOU WANT Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty rIiAWH- ARTFOHD FirstClass COME55IONAL I CATARRHIIPERUNA A REMEDY FOR fEMALE a lwardw wa aMAORCDEK YORK Co VA Dr 8 B Harjman Columbus 0 1 can scarcely find word to express my gratitude to you for all yoor kind ness to me It bai robbed the grave of one victim for I was In a critical oondt lion when I wroto you before Thanks to you however my health Is fully re ttored I wlih every young lady In our town could read your book Thero would be a great deal less sickness and puny womenMlsi Bertha B Sargent NAVASOTA Txx Dr S B Hartman Colombo 01to 1 think It ii time to let you know what your treatment has done for me I am rid of that terrible trouble I had when I wrote to you When I would loop orer I could not straIghten up without the mOlt severe pain I am well If that and am much better in other irayMr F K F Glib Box 19 OSYKA Miss Dr B B Ilartman Columbn Otto I am sure that Peruna fa one of the Wit medicines on the market I am and named through no wish of your own but because the convention be lieved that you among all the repub henna in all the land were best adapt ed to be the associate of our president in the important and stirring cam paign upon which we are enterng The convention realized that you ore needed in the great Umpire State whose governor you now are and whose people would delight to further honor you but it Is believed that your patbrol duty for the future Is in the field ol national usefulness You are still a young man as years are counted but the country knows more ot you than most ot Its citizens You are Identified and will ever be as sociated with those efforts towards reform in civil service which commend the approval of intelligent men ol all political parties Your stirring five ol adventure has made you a more familiar figure in Western camps and on western plains than on the avenues ot your native city Your sterling Americanism has led you to a mastery ofour earlier history and you have told us ol the winning of the west a with a charm and a spirit that has made us all the better lovers of our country while your tales of western hunting and adventure have filled the breast of every lad in the land with envy and emulation and what ever doubts may have existed in thekpast now that you are our they will be believed to be true byd every good Republican There is no man whose privilege it was to know you and to associate with you while you was the assistant secretary of the navy under president McKinleys appointment who is not eager to tesltify to the great ability and fidelity which characterized your incumbency of that office Of your service to our country daring the late war with l Spain it is not necessary for me to speak Your name will ever be iden tilled with the heroic achievements of our army and ybur warmest friends and most devoted admirers are the gallant band of Rough Riders whom you led to victory This bright and glorious record however did not lead that great convention at Phllldel phia to Insist upon you as its candi date although it fills with pride the heart ol every true American Theh Republican party has chosen you beIcause from your earliest until today in what ever post you have been called to flU and notably sure that I would hi now had I not used it I have told many others tho good It did mo- Everybody laid that I had con sumption and I jj knew that I would have It unless I got re lief T feel it tt1 my dot4ngive pralie where It Is due I am ever hall be grateful to the man discovered Pcru naMrs SEDlck NW ORLEAIII an41IDr S B Ilartman Colnmbn 01- lI am feeling much better now have for two years I find Pernna be the besclmtedi faraal complaint sad to all weak ncsslihinkltlatime I In the world M t it hat done a great deal ot I good My friend IIhavewhat I havo been doing I look ao will 1 tell them that Pornna did It I hop Dr Ilartman will live many years more to help others B8 he did moMr H Buthe 1831 Sixth street Every woman ibonld hive a copy of Health and Beauty This book coq talus specific instruction for the treatment and cure of female catarrh It II Illustrated and contains much Information ddreSlDrUartmanColumbtuOo during your two years of state set vice as chief executive oi the state of New York you have every where and at all times stood for that which was clean and uplifting against everything that was sordid and base You have shown the people of this country that- a political career and good citizenship could go hand in hand and that devotion to the public welfare was consistent with party membership and party organization There Is not a young man in these United States who has not found in your life and Influence an Incentive to better things and hlgner ideals With president McKinley you will lead our ticket to victory for you have been tested and in your honor your potrlotlsm and your civic virtues the American people have pride and confidence IOfUt A NTITCH IN TIMK HUTM nlu lib Tunic nrwlraproTr IliilU Itouutl taken In early Spring and ValliPN Tnt Clilll Ifenguo aid ilalurinl Fenn Aria on toe liver tone up the system Ileiter than QuinIne fluarnntml try It At Prnifgt UJ ki ndIOO bottle SSxt Explained Hicks How did he ever come to marry her- VicksOn account of her name I lIes a proofreader you nowhicksWell whathas that got too with II- WicksWhy her name Was Miss Prince Somerville Journal Don t Tobacco Spit in J Saul leer life lusf To quit tobacco eaully and forever tems nclleull or life nerve and vigor take NoTa the wonder worker that make weak inca strong All drueclstsWcorll Cure ruaaJlo eed Booklet aid sample free Address Sterling Remedy Ca Chicago or New York hUh receUU DROPSYinanynhssn4osscalled nmu U 4 I ays atlNuittwothlri at all symptoms rys- d ThDonll and TEX DAYS trwtraeat Ices 01 H B CKIUS lOll Box LAusa- SiusCAT7LSABears tl lie Kind Yw HawWnri Bostfil BlgnMaxNicoty lIdp In Exprosslon t fI Mistress to coachman whom she as caught kissing the maid James am suprisedl New Coachman Irom DostonPar don me madam you ore mere aston shed It is we who are surprised li a KK i U K K K KlK wltkthe VARICOCELE it STRICTURE nriedecay of the organs pallID in the lotus aching in the back polldeac palpllallon of the heart OaallpaUon and a combinatioa of tit results la Complete Manhood oroaal iad mlddl aced tUtu are troblul wIth Strlcturo If you have reason to belles you are- allllctid with II dont aleclll It will ruin you Dont lit doctor ciperimtit KlK eayoubcuttlnrtretcbin or teriug II Our vw Mctliod Trtmntthis stricture tissue hoac II disappears and can net r return V- Varlcocl4 care sod Stricture without or loss of lime This treatmiat ma Si U VaricociiBtifeiiw F KKl Kidneys Bladder E Art atxiat complaint affect this organs benc9 the kIdneys are a jreat IeflfCS nofdiieaM 011 acblll or weikien oTortho small o the tick Undtnty to It nrliait frequently deposIt In silo coldness of hand or fret a drowiy feeling la the mraiag DOt neglect your kldoeji Our Now Method TrtmDt ft51K U guaranteed to curs soy disease o iacsa organs or no pay JNo Name Ved Without Written Consent O W Rowe of Jackson Mich sysmI had arluctle In the secondary stage two trlctureiol I eara standing I was operated la twice JlnFreat sefferlag but only rot temporary Snally advised to- rytheNew Method Vrattmcntof Ore L t K The enlarged veins disappeared In U weeks this stricture then was removed la ighat weeks and my lexual seergy and 1Iatturned so I was a mm In every res recommend you doctors withmy whole heart CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO rAY clue for eases lot extreme ins pu umn m K- IK SyphIiiBooks Vice Write for fincsUon 11st for Earns Treatment Drs 9 628 WALNUT STREETKennedy KerganI Ix CINCNNATI OHO H K K y cu L J r Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUIY Z r FeN and LON ROOERS Editors OolophcnhII1n ClSo e- Issued Prdaps by the Hulod Pub Coftcopot Entered at Hartford postoffaras secocdclm mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB IMKNIMKVT Wm xYtuo7UI Ohio FOR VICE 1RENIIrENT Tllooioro UoenoTolt 01 New York FUR OOYERNIii eLsa Warza-Ot Iloyle County Iola mUmHIIoI SI tr rclly nrtckrnriicetonnijr GOOUELISM will be buried by tilt Danville man in November YKDKES will carry Kentucky ill November by at least 40000 votes WE are unable to understand why it so happens that Democrats get so many members on their juriis but by some unknown rules of chance or the partiality of fates these conglomerates are able to secure eleven persons out of twelve and eleven members of the coolest board miraculous art thou oh chance FOR several months the course of Judge Jas P Millers political barque has been a question in the minds ot many men The opinion of many has been that his condition was pecul lar and its position was wigwag wig wagwagwig wag Bnt none need doubt further or longer He struck the BcckhamBryart platform Mon day and landed there lie announced himself for the Kansas City platform without an exception to it He also told the Democratic convention that he was for the nominee of the Lex ington convention This lands the Judge unmistakably in the Demo cratic party whence he has been drifting for many years His position would have been more tenable had he stopped with a declaration of nlle glance to W J Bryan However there he did not stop but allied him self with all that is represented b this latter day Kentucky Democ racy AITAIIENTIY some Democratic speakers think it entirely right for them to make all kinds of false state meats to favorably color their side oi the late election trouble and to hide the awful theft of tbe party but the same class of Democrats bemean and slander a Republican for speaking in defense of his rights One of such speakers declared m the convention here Monday tbat the Court of Ap peals in a decision concurred in by six to oneand two of these concurring being Republicans upheld tho Dem crate and declared that they wen the rightful heirs to every one of the State officer This tile speaker who is a lawyerwell knew to be false if he knew anything about it The courts did not declare the Democrats electedbut simply heM that the court had no jurisdiction whatever in the case hut that the Legislature was the final judge These are the facts in the case and every honest man admits it if he be informed but being igno tiornut he should remain silent It harms no man to be honest and speak the truth Right in right and it wrongs no one This course however is not in keeping with Kentuckys later tiny Democracy TilE Republicans and Brown Dem irate of the Fourth Congressional District ale confronted now by one common entry It H iiot the time nor the place for dimension but in stead concerted action There is not a mole ready and ardent supporter of Goebeliem in all Kentucky than Mr Dave Smith the Goebelized nominee of tha Democratic party for Congress Mr Smith has proven himself a wil ling accessory before the tact ot office alwlling by reason of the fact that he was known to the crimes committed at Frankfort lie is a Goebelized Democrat in favor of minority rule championing the cause of his party in obtaining offices either by fair or foul means fair if poible to win foul if necessary to win This ia the charac ter ot nun asking the people of the Fourth District to be elected to Con grew Will they accept him with alli his principle of revolution and infamy or will they accept a man who stands fur equal rights to all and ex elusive privileges for none for a fair and honest I allot and a fee and fair rnunl for civil liberty and who scor a tbe idea of accepting an office to which lie was not elected Thir gentleman who is the chosen bearer ol the Republican partys banner iapcuteel man He is a man worthy the confidence of the people and would sacredly guard their interests ID the Halls of the American Con N T grew He Is Indoeda man thorough ly capable to meet the issues of the campaign He was a faithful hero 5 the stormy session of the recent Legit laturein defending the peoples cause This gentleman halls from Brecken ridge county and we now predict that when the ides of November shah 1 have come Hun It M Jolly will b our next representative in Congress r j The Coming Campaign I IRecent developments have definrc I the lines of the coming Kentuck y campaign It is the came old issue Shall the will of the majority ruts or shall the Democratic machine rule This Is unquestionably the issue The nomination of Ecckliat means Democratic approval and It reendorsement of the partys course in the recent steal of the State offices This nomination u now almost a certainty Viewing matters in this light and this is the true light no citN ben who has been hitherto hopeful for a different issue need longer hope The name Beckham means a reendorsement of Goebelisin The terms Expansion and Imperialism Sound Money and Free Silver are meaningless phrases compared to the issue confronting Kentucky Shall Kentuckians have the right to vote and have that vole counted as cast is the supreme issue Why should honest men in Kentucky consider any other issue until this be settled If a machine in the hands of unscrup ulous men is to disregard the peoples will henceforth as in tho last election why then should tbe people under take to express their will on State or national issues Why worry about matters of common interest unless mans voice be heard These are pertinent questions that every honest citizen ought to consider without re gard to party ties The interest of tbe whole people is at stake Every mans civil rights are in dangerye e emminent danger Under the exis ting state of affairs politics should be disregarded Men should assert their manhoodand exercise the right of suf frage and with every vote cast should be deposited un oath faithfully and solemnly pledging the manhood of the voter to the protection of the vote cast no matter what means be necet sary to guarantee that protection The question of civil government by majority rule is returned to the an thor of all free government to the citizen The courts refuse to considi r Kentuckys trouble and declare tbot it ia matter for the people to decide Hope not for an impartial adjustment of differences in the courts They return the matter to the final judge the people Your vote in the ballot box is your judgment in the matter Will you have that decision recorded or will you permit thatI judgment disregarded by the rec Ird ing clerks and their own wish enter ed in judgment Will Kentuckiana endorse the schemes of the 09 elec don Surely not until another blood inherits the land The gigantic wrong perpetrated last year has arous ed every honest man iu the common wealth Once aroused no man or set of men can withstand the fury of their righteousindignation and wrath Lying politicians may wave the bloody shirt cry assassination and proclaim the innocence honesty fairness and virtue of Goebelism but they will not dare again disregard the peoples will Thus far shalt tbou go and no further saith the people The thief may break through and steal when all are unaware but when tbe household knows of his coming be lakes the key in one hand his life in the other The public like the individual may be surprised once it may be looted once but the second coming of the transgressor will find Isis reception in waiting Free Silver a Fallacy Free silver orbust was the Bryan ilea cry in JO Fate delivered them the latter fhe same old battle cry is being heard again in this era of the ountrya greatest prosperity nut iiile tenths of thore who ring the old free silver song cant tell why or bow free silver would benefit the country You ask him why have freo silver1 He answers we want freo silver Then putting the question more pointedly you ask how will free allI vcr benefit the country Again he answers we want free silver and mutt I ave it And that is the most sensible thing he will say lIe does not stop to reason or consider that in all nature there is a cause lor every effect There is a cause CorthaI blowing of the wind yet you not whither it coraeth nor whither itI goeth there is a cause for the fl1I fug rain and the babbling brook that courses from the mountains sideI There is a cause for the existence ofI mighty towering mountains deep rivers extended plains andwide spreading oceans there is a cause of day and a cause of night there is a cause for old mother earths swinlI fug pendulum like in space and re olving around the sun there is a cause of all life a cause of death and there is a causo for everything under tbe sun Everything organic or inorganic raw or manufactured that y W I Republican 11State Platform 1 ert LouisvatK Ky July 17 1900 First The Republican party ot KentuckylnconventlcD assembled confronted with a special and extraordinary Iiduty In the election of a Governor ol this commonwealth 1 November next This convention has been called for the R1 purpose ot ptesentlngto the people a candidate for that gfI office Tha events for the past twelve months draw to e gather nil the friends ol social order aud civil liberty g- ice Officials elected by the people at the polls have been denied their offices and the people ol Kentucky deprived oi the choosing their State officials Republican members of the legislature were unlawfully unseated the city ot Louisville = g deprived of the right to any part in the conduct oi tbe Goventnent the counties of Johnson Magoffin and Marm tin have been denied all voice in the choice of our the courts declare that the only remedy for such invasions g of personal liberty tests with the people at the polls We Idetlarethat the only tolerable government is self govern t ment We declare that in this state all men must be free and equal and that the will oS the people must be the so- Preme law of the state We demand tor each child a free school but deny that education or accumulated property rt atone confers the right of suffrage The first duty I 11 tacky citizenship is to repeal the Goebelelection uongsIwhich is the scource and continuing strength oi the in this state A vote confidence next November in Iti who are all usurpers of office and who have for a tJ1done past been acting together to thwatt the declared will pcoplewill be accepted jas a vote of confidence in the law that is a blot en our statute books The S Goebel election law must be abolished or Republican insli tutious must be surrendered This convention invites all 1 friends of civil liberty and social order to unite with the Republican party on the efforts made by Governor Taylor and his coofficials to secure this right to the people E thereby prevent the state from having as officers men anlIfcated at the polls indorse the action of the ISecondWe held in the city ot Philadelphia last nomination oi President Mckinley and Governor Roosevelt Third We desire to express our indignation at the in eq human massacre of our fellow citizens in China and give voice hereby to our sympathy for the relations of those so I courageIbe made to protect the lives a property ot citizens now in such im minent peril AmericanI aiV llWUQi I Iliw i ell II I al1 I I II t enters into the commerce of men has value in one form or another I That value is fixed by a law tbat is as unchangeable and as stead fast as the law that governs day and night That law itie law vtupply and demand The flight of time may hasten generations into eternity but as long as the heavens anti earth exist tbe law ot supply mud demand will control the prices of all used by mankind If commoditiesI earthwould wear a I not be sold even for a trille It would be as worthier aa peb es ou the seashore If mankind as outs man were to refuse for all time either to con sume beef or milk or butter could I there be a doubt as to the ultimate extinction ot the cow family K the human family were to return to the customs of two centuries ago when the good house wife made every ar tide oi clothed consumed in the household i would not every manufactory oi dry goods in the land close up and quit business None but the unlearned would dare say that demand dues not create commercial value Likewise supply inters into and governs with dnmaud the commercial value ofall articles ot commerce- If a very large crop of potatoes or Will1all1This individual who has sold a pound oij butter or a mule knows that the less I the demand the lower the price and tbe grantor the demand the higher I law which al1sogold They are simply articles of commerce also Ifabandoned as any other articleof commerce might be by the whole human family they too would be as valueless as yellow clay Ilf the supply of the two metals beI very great and the demand moderate then the price will in obedience to the law of supply and demand fall If tbe supply of one bo normal and the others very great the demand ol both being normal then the price otI the one will remain unchanged but IheI other will fall This condition we now in the commercial price of silver gold Forty years ago the ratio values was 10 to I but the present ratio is about 31 or 32 of silver to 1 golf There are various causes en tering into the cause of the decline of silver The enormous output of silver of recent years has over supplied the demand As a result like all others commodities the commercial price has continually declined Silver being to much a baser metal than gold it in such great demand for on sumption in the fine arts These are the chief elements entering into the cause of its decline Tbe charge of criminal legislation against silver it a base fabrication Legislation does not create value It is the desire or demand of the human family tbat creates value It is true tbat silver is in disrepute the world over and Its use as money by all the civilized na tions of earth U is only subsidiary- I Commerce does not demand a heavy bulky medium of exchange but it demands a light convenient stable medium Men want as much value lID a small quantity and might as pos siblo Gold being the moat valuable of all metals suited for use u money has been adopted by all civilized nations as their money standard Again if the stamp of the govern ment creates value and makes fifty cents worth of silver worth one hundred cents why not take a cheape- metal or to be more economical why not stamp paper and make it as good as gold The theory la aa unsound as ever a theory could be Every rational inforhied man knows history for authority tbat Colonial paper money was almost totally worthless tieIworth 280 in greenbacks What caused the decline of the greenback Lack of confidence in the ability ol the government to redeem those notes in the standard money of commerce The value of those notes fluctuated as the hope of the triumph of federal arms grew brighter or waned The confederate paper money declined in value ai tho hope of the rebellion till finally it took ono hundred dollars of southern specie to buy a dollar in gold What was the cause of the de GovernmentsI basis of the Cluntry is sound and stable as the rock ol Gibralter and should be maintained by the intelli genre of the country r100 Reward 100 The renders or thli lnre will Iw plrxed to learn that there I+ nt leant one dreadnl dtaMM tlmt clenre boo been olilo to tun InellIleetegea ami that U catarrh Hall Catnrrh Pure Is1ha nut jioolllve care now known to the inedloal IrutiTtilty Catarrh being n fonitltntlonal treat meiit Ilnlla Catarrh Cute U tetra Internally nrtlnn illrwtly n on the blood and nincont air- tartioftbsyt mltherebjr ileitrojrlnx the Iono4 ntlon of the illnraiw and Kiting the patient utrength by building up the conttltutloo nod BolntlDft nature In iloloK lie work The jiroprle torn hove no much tulth lu lie caratfr ppwen that they offer one hundred dollar for any rise thnt It tatlt to cnnr Baud bur lIt ot twtlmon Dlln sAddress F J CIIHV1oldo o Null by DriiftKUtn rat Hull Family rtlln an the bent TRISLER KY EDITORS RKPUULICAN July t6Your Issue of the 13th inst I see contains my article oiJuly 6th in which I endeavored to place before the public a full and armpit lously truthlul statement ol all the in ddeats connected with my recent start for the Orient sickness on the way losses in New York City soil return home Lengthy and tedious as it was you kindly gave it full spice for which accept thanks Out in older to set myself right be fore the pnbllc allow me to call your attention to at least two it not more typographical errors which would cause some to believe that I had tats taken my calling that I ought to have been a firstclass butcher in some big town instead of donning the garb ol Riculaplns and posing as a shabby doctor The way your printer ot some unaccountable mistake ol m- own in my manuscript causes me tr butcher the Kings English causes me to blush just a little If you can find my manuscript and it says tbat 1 returned sadder and more wiser double sperlatlve Instead of sadder and a little more wise or II I said that my bogus policeman promised to lib crate me if I would give a solemn pledge IInot to expose his calamity I give it up and bare my back to the lash I think however you will find my manuscript saying sadder and a little more wise or sadder and wiser instead of sadder and more wiser II You will also find that I said that my bogus policeman used the word clemency instead of calamity The word calamity would better fit what I was just then undergoing than it would my keen eyed officer reaping about one hundred as his share fleeced Irom me The foregoing at first view might seem to be unimportant but when criticism is ripe and a poor illiterate fellow has to dig for language in which to express himself and happens to use the right word he ought to have it that way A year or two since I was writing a series of articles for H neighbor paper and one ol my articles came out with so many mistakes making me say so many foolish thing I scarcely looked anything excepting my dog and the dog couldnt read squarely in the face until I thought the people had forgotton it I need not add that this was an interruption in the series the subject was droppc I prste restante but I cant think that the paper or the public lost any thing thereby One other correction and I am done I certainly did not spell my name Meadow I know of a family ol Mead ows but the fellow who wanted to lather the article in question belongs to the Meador family and his iathtr gave him a good big name James Washington hence coniesJ MEADOR Im perfect digestion and assimila tion produce disordered conditions ot the system which grow and are con firmed by neglect HURBINB giver tune to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 eta For sale bj 1 H Williams v Notice For a neat job ol cleaning clothe callon Rev P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley Poisoned By Swoot Milk Nashville lena July 17 There was something ot a ensatlon in up town circles over the fact thai five men were suffering from ptomaine poisoning All had indulged in sweet milk at their midday meal and were very ill during the afternoon aud evening Physicians say poisoning was not dne to acids being put in the milk but to the presence ol bacteria Those worse affected were Thomas manrare ger fALlIN =OeS this Illus trate you- rcxpcri ence Andare you wor tied for HAIR fear you are soon to be bald Then cease worry ing for help is at hand You need something that will put new life into the hair bulbs You noeda foodsuch HbJJ asioriIt brings health to the and the faIl- Ing ceases It always restores color to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were grayhairall the dark richcolor of youth 500abottte All druggists barebadlIelr I have toand that it- will do evtVJthlllW tbat you aImfor It Klitn IBS mot complete bual 5OroaoaBCM UaaMarch Ir UM Kaoui City Mo Writ the Doctor If sew do not obUlo all the beaiBU you from the lie ct the Vigor writtbaootot about I- tA441DUaCAYEa 1i4 HAM I READING CIRCLE W II Warflflil Mltor To County and City Suporln tondonts Institute Con ductors and Teach ors Tbe Reading Circle Hoard ot the Kentucky Educational Association re ipictfn ly calls yourattentlon to the following announcements FIRST The course of reading for the ensuing year 1900 =oi Is as follows Roarks Methods in IMucntlon Matthews Introduction to the Study of American Uteatture SECOND It is desired that an or ganlzUlon be effected in every coun ty in Kentucky during the county Institute that all teachers be urged to enroll as members and systematic ally pursue the course of reading herein suggested THIRD It Is recommended that a County Reading Circle be elected by the Institute The County Superintendent should be a member and Sec retary of this Board for the reason that he has a permenent office where records can be kept and horn him the State Reading Circle Board can obtain Information prom time to time as to the progress oi the work FOURTH Enrollment blanks ate furnished and the County Boards are requested to enroll thereon the names of all members and preserve such rec oats as they may be completed as a basis of future reports to the State Board and as evidence ot the standing attained by each member FIFTH The course of reading will begin September flat and should be computed by February fifteenth Out lines of and questions on each weeks study will be given a month in an vance in the Southern School Journal County papers will doubtless be glad to republish this if requested by the County Board to do to thus enabling all readers to know in advance what they are expected to acccmpllsh Irom month to month StxinnIt is suggested that some of the topics for papers and discus sinus at each County Teachers asso ciation pertain to Reading Circle work Such topics will be announc ed each month in connection with the outlines and questions herein before mentioned SEVENTH Not later than March County Reading Circle Boatels will be expected to report to the State Board the names ofall nembers who have satisfactorily pursued and the course of reading hereincompletedII ed Upon such report mendatlon of the County Board the State Doarlwill issue to each member so recommended a certificate snowing that distinction EIGHTH The books adopted can be obtained from the American Book Company Cincinnati Ohio at the following rates prepaid Roarks Method in Education Single copy by mall i In quantities ol ten orin ore copies prepaid each 90 cents Matthews Introbuctlon to the study of American Literature Single copies by mail 51 In quantities of ten or more copies prepaid each 90 cents Wesuggest that the County Read ing Circle Board ascertain the num brr oi books required and that the County Superintendent order them in quantities thus securing the mem bers the advantage of the discount NINviINo membership fee is re quiredIt greatly desired that County Superintendents Conductors and Teachers cooperate hearily in this work Other States have for years made the Reading rircc an impor tant feature in professional and gen eral culture tmong teachers The Illinois Teachers Reading Circle has 8000 members Kentucky should have almost ns many The benefits to be derived by teachers themselves and more especially by pupils whom they teach are inestimable This course has urposely been made brief and inexpensive in order to bring it within reach of all May we not have your enthusiastic assistance W C WARPIBLD Secretary Mt Sterling Ky To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CRAM VERMA UGE The result will be the wrngs will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price z5 eta For sale by J H Williams Youxo MKN WANTitu with fair education and good character to learn telegraphy Railroad accounting and ypewritlng This is endorsed by all leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable institution ol its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free catalogue Pall term opens August istli Globe Tlrgnph College Lexington Ky Our Croatost Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hntha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that be is acknowledged to profusionmethod of treatment for Vericocele and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent oi all cases In the treatment ol Loss oC- Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paraly Sill Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to women be is especially successful Dr lathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other t I 1 mmm1mmm11 mm 1y5 1 1111 l l 1 il 1 r- 1a + ft i COLLLI I t i i I CLEARANCE SALE I 1 Is Now On I m A MONEY SAVING I Opportunity cershouse Dry Hoods Notions Furnishing Goods Millin cry Shots Clothinjj Notliinjj reserved Tito tore unnouiiawnont of tho above fact wo fuel rondure it entirely nnnocosiiarr for us to send out to you a largo binnkutadvertising quotinga thousand stud ono pricu Tho long continued rainy spoil has been thrallllO of our having tnility hundred of dollars orlhuf fjoods mow tliiin wo should liavo at this season It is niioralivu tliSruforo that wo SUM TIIIMovon i though iiianv ore sold ill for loss than they cost us i Ourgmxlsare bought from the largest ll1nufacturers- E and Jobbers in this country and bought as cheaply as iany competitor oqn buytherm Honco theso state Dents monn something w You may nk lam wo can afford to do Ibis Wo rejilv first W1 neudnrmnythorn than goods Second UWII do u will ulIlrllllIIr ilutlaM worth out of tl this lro otll It keof OInuot stuu any railslock of- mlv oouseque e list n r III sr such eireumatanees + it is not tlier t rj wlmt wu rai AFFORD but it U to f5 Ion TMI iOOIH oi OF TilE IIOITSK that confront I iwHghjl 1 4 n I W to us to tlo so Lot ns avtlr v w trWri I Iml lliit litter is not imit t out to attar mtu Ion ire in ury jno hilt wo moan what we MV I1Killl 12 t i uOjitr omit ill any inducement buy what you shall nwi I in tho not thirty + days wo offer llm opportunity in this sale Politest attention willalways lie blimvii you ViHira Very Truly R T COLLINS Ir- aarasi 1111 11rlliW Ilil a ala1i 11 ail iIiI 1r liI1 I z fJ t Ugl r- w rtiIa ISS1 ubtrTHCTELCPHOUfr MAnuractured by the I Southern Electrical Company 1 r N V111e Tenn IAnd be convinced that it is thoIfeer of Any elepRone ON TilE MARKET Wo make a specialty of a LONG DISTANCE 0 TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter beet hard rubber Telephones With Batteries cimplite for 0J23 K hanllICaw Nashville Write us for prices on all material uaed in onnection with tho TELE PHONE Oil ELECTRICAL BUSINESS vve Are aeadqUar1ier physicians readily yield to his treatment I Write him to day fully about your case He makes no chance for consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mAli Address I Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn U Notlco The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co also tile Harllord Telephone and Kxchnnjre Co have sMd their telephone outfits to the Rnnph River THephhny Co and ileMristo i ITiIrs and t nut ol bus InessIt do itsdud II M dont iKirl1 Is j calforbtlp A fcv doses el II KR fleknecAjilliltnfNli r medicine It cures chills nil Ivrr Price 50 cts Pur Rile by 1 H VI1 Ijams CoaIM We will xrh1nse rrtale deliver from the Dr Miller Panic lor ant thing In the Dry Ginds GrnceiiMor Feed line At Hartford price Tale phone 66 JKO A Kn MILIRU Can You Toll Whoni You have constant lienl irlf a acrer vows and sleepless at night and irel- tired in the morning Your blood Isnt carrying the right mrerlals to your nerves nnd other organs Dell taking Hoods Sarsaparrlllathe great i blood enrlcher and will soon realize a laa change Yot will feel better and will relish your food and en jny relresblng sleep YHoodsFOR SALRlog seam consisting jo y 3 yoke uf oxen anti wagon in good I ondtiona Tennis reasonable G M MADDOX rRcckport Ky 511- 8andg11e1eyaaNb I fur at buns TRhp t4 cut pain Soul ol fIKuUra Seat rotDI BH waou taw u M4 par lrj r it i4 e COOPER SQHOOL HQUSE I J Mrs Roll of Plncheco died SaturdayMr W Jackson Is in WhitMvllie bis week Mar J W Pbrlpfand family spentISunday in Union neighborhood Mrs Alfred is spending this week with her motlftr ol Roslne Messrs logan Iit Rmcra1n Steytna 4 TaylorMissLIr A C Stevens Mr Sam Wilton vas tbe guest ot MrO V WIUpnSaJnrdanlRht P D R r l For the next thirty days arc going to have sureenough TALK ING MATCH Tho way Illswo talk for our GOODS and our goals talk fur us For the time mentioned we are going to give you t good HONEST VALUES at LESS that OLD TIME PRICES t Wash Goods i Now that the hot wrnllicr is nu YOU will bo looking for thin fabics not too high in price but nice in quality Wo were for v tunatonough to gel just what you want at reduced prices Plenty of pretty figured ties sheer and nice at lOc i Dig lot of Organdies fine quality figured at lOc Pretty figured Swisces at 15c 3 India Linens Co lOc IGc 20c 25o and 30c hr Pretty line of Laces and Embroideries to trim any of these goods I f Slipper Department Our stock is large and it must be reduce 1 The way we are going to tlo it is to CUT TIDE IKICK You can buy our 8200 Preumeyer slipers in tan latest toe at 8 175 You cau buy our 8175 Prismeyer Slipper latest last black vent 50lour 8150 Pnesmeycr Slipper in black for 125 or spring heel is to wear these good and it s certainly the tin e i + to buy thorn t Hot Weather Articles for Men We are fixed in the line ol Mens Wear Allwool Serge Coats 260 to 83 bleu a plain and fancy Linen Suits 82 to 83 Good black Lustre Coats 8125 to 83 Complete line for boys and young men of fin jy light weight Canimcro Suite vi 85 to 4200 Mens Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 25c each Boys Cause Ve t25c Hari a nice summer Suspenders colors fast 25c Big line latest styles meta and boys Straw nail 25cto 81 Good feat black Socks 15o or two pairs for 25c Samo In tan Lslwt style lowcut Shoes 8100 to 200 ling selection Mens fancy Negligee Shirts 29c each or six for 8150 Good extra ute bordered Handkerchiefs 5 each or six for 25c Silk Sleeve hohlers 5c per pair HoMon Garter all colors ISo to 25c per pair Mens fancy Hummer Tie Tic to OOc We keep a stock surpassed by none Special price on Table Linens bleached and brown Cottons Shirtings Prints tic- VISIT HEADQUARTERS WIIICII 16 t s n Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY a L i Illinois Central RailroadTime Tablo NertlmenrdtnllsaeaitsdnlayJan9tbi Nor III llniiiiil Nnnlh llounil- NuI t 13 duo Ia H W N Ill dOTlMO n II- ISo K4 lnr30i ro No 161 duetrnpIn NNdaei li m NIL Ill dueoiOp ro nlluhIII No IM deTaenIn No 166doe10pm- X II VAKMKTKM Amnt Mr J M Millerol Olaton made us r a pleasant call yesteritiy s Mr D W Kimuiel Ceralvo made r 4 us a very happy call yesterday Miss Belle Rowe ot Greenville Is I visiting relatives In Hartford Mr Ganlston Hoover of Horse Branch was a pleasant caller y ester say r lion Jnn J McIIenry and wife vis- Ited friends and relatives here during the early part of the week Bring uc y our wool endbe quick Z about It as the carding reason will be short Highest cash price paid for I wheat J W FORD Co 51 ta Miss Susleree Miller of OwensboroI j who has ben the guests of Miss Mag gle Marks for several weeks returned home Tuesday I Miss Mettle Bennett who has been visiting the family ot Mr J L Carson for the past two weeks will return to her home at Andtrsonville Friday Mrs J D milin of Fort Worth Texas is visiting her aunt Mrs J A Wedding Mrs DIllin is a daughter of Mrs Mary Townsend Harding a former citizen ol Hartlord Mrs Dil vieIBAmong the many interesting per 4sons in the Republican convention last Saturday was one Mr Hiram flab bitt of near Magan Mr Babbitt is r the father of a fine sixteen pound boy at blttlinndii prosperous farmer The big son is only about three months old but Is already beginning to delight the proud father with hurrahs i for Y rkes r Mrs William Brown of Irvlngton died at her home In that city last Sat l f urday night She has been sick for some time but we fall to learn the I I immediate cause ol her death The husband Is n son of Mr J Brown ol Paradise and the deceased was a Miss Glllmore of that place The remains of the deceased were Interred in the Hopewell cemetery Monday P ISOS CURE FOR in innniiniiiHBert Twin Good UM 14llmbranP by dninriiti CONSUMPTIONt Mr Sam Cox hs returned irom a wceks pleasure flip to Dawson Springs Miss Oma Smith ot Liberty spent a few days with Mr and Mrs Tim Taylor last week Mr and Mrs W B Render went to Louisville Monday to visit their son Mr L M Render Mrs John L Barnett and children of Owensboro who have been visiting Mi Alex Barnett near Beda lor the past ten days returned home today Mrs John B Foster went to Louis ville Tuesday to be the guest of her sister Mrs C M Barnett who has been qnlte sick but at present improving An Ice cream supper will be given In the grove at Robert Webbs Satur day July 28 Music and every thing else necessary to make the occasion an enjoyable affair will be provided A move has been inaugurated by Or Ford and other enterprising citiz ens of Hartford to build an electric light plant to light the town and also to build an electric car line to Beaver Dam A petition is being circulated for subscription and all the business men of town are subscribing liberally It is almost a certainty now that the enterprise will be a go Frof and Mrs A P Taylor left Tuesday for their field of labor in the Klrkmonsyllle High School Prof Taylor has by diligent and faithful work endeared himself to the people of Kirkmansville A return for an other ten months tells of their appre elation of our esteemed fellow citizens He has the best wishes ol many warm friends in Ohio county f Miss Lulu Renltow of near Arnold died at her fathers horns of consump tion last Saturday Young Miss Ren Irow was a beautiful and an excellent young lady of 17 years She was Jut blooming into fair womanhood when the summons came She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Renfrew Her death is a sad surprise to many friends among whom Is the writer the deceased being a former pupil Pull many a gem of purest ray serene the dark unfathomed re cesses of eternity bear Is BabyThin this summer Then add a little SCOTTS EMULSION- to dayIthe will improve If he nurses let the mother take the Emulsion PICoAOI alIlIran Remember that the Teachers In stltute will meet in Hartford July 30 Every teacher every ex ttacher and every friend ol the cause should at tend if possible An excellent pro gramme has been prepared and Pro Jno C Wills one ol tbe ablest and most popular instructors of the State has been employed as instructor Three most excellent lectures will be delivered t The REPUBLICAN desires to thank the foltowingitentlemen for lending it their financial sympathy Messrs John B Wilson E P Stevens J A King Peter Lauder W H Carter Lee Mlllard W L Green G B Smith Andrew Thrope Geo W Sneir John H Burba John C Tbom ason JElmer Turner Paul able J M Ashcrsft Herbert M Brand Morris Bale ridge The following parties attended the Republican Convention at Louisville Tuesday which nominated the Hon John W Yerkes lor governor also the Fourth Congressional District conven tion which met at Ellzabethtown Wednesday and nominated lion R M Jolly lor congress S A Anderson ltr L Heavrin M S Ragland S T Stevens Lon Rogers G W Snell C P Keown E P Neal Jo Parka col US Carson W B Ren der Hartlord R C Jarnagin 15 P Taylor Beaver Dam John T Rone TH Benton Centertown J E Park Clear Run Jo Roberts S P Roby W S Gaines Fordsvllle Dr J S Smith McHenry D L Sralth O wensboro Capt N T llowafd and Prof J Elmer Turner Morgantown D M Hocker Hartford and John M Bishop Centertown LmThose who live on farms are liable to rainy accldental cuts burns and rubes which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMRNT Is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by J H Williams Tho District Convention Wednesday promptly at a oclock p m Chairman W N Foster called the convention to order niter which Secretary McCubbiu read the call for the convention Mnjor Dry of Hart county was elected Temporary Chair man and Mr Hobson of Taylor county was made Temporary Secre tary One member from each county was chosen on the following commltties Permanent organization Resolutions and Rules and alter a few minutes made reports which were unanimous ly approved by the convention While the committees were In their rooms preparing their reports Mr H H Montgomery addressed the convention for a short time He re viewed the history of the Republican party In Hardin county showing how a Democratic majority ol 2000 bad been reduced to almost a Republican majority His speech was Interesting and instructive and highly enjoyed by those assembled When the various committees had repotted and their work bad been approved declaring Mr C L Barnes and Mr J C Thompson permanent Chairman and Secretary by tbe con vention the roll of the counties was thtn called for nominations and when the county of Breckenrldge was called her reprentative yielded to the county of Ohio and Hon R CJarnagln In a rousing speech placed the name of lion R M Jolly before the convention and was seconded by a gentleman from Hardlu Mr Edwards from the county of Hart put the name Dr Ben Bruner before the convention which was seconded by Grayson andHart counties On polling the vote ol the District Mr Jolly received r36H votes and Dr Bruner received 675 votes When it became clear to the convention that Mr Jolly was tile partys choice Mr Edwards from Hart moved that the nomination ol Mr Jolly be made unanimous II Mr Chairman I Second the gentlemans motion came from every part of the court room and the chairman could hardly put the motion before the house so great were the rejoicings but when those favoring the motion were called lor aye aye came as from one man and the great convention was wild with enthusiasm A committee wac appointed to wait on Mr Jolly and escoitjilm to the stage but as he was at his roomSenatot N T Howard was called for and spoke for sev eral minutes In his usual pleasant and attractive manner with great fluencyWhen Mr Jolly took the floor he expressed himself as being very grate fnl for the honor conferred on him He very jovially said that the nomi nation was bigger than he had any idea that it was and was therefore unable to express his gratification and appreciation for the trust The convention then adjourned and those present declared that It was tbe most harmonious and enthusiastic that was ever btdln the district and suc cess is certain with the proper effort The Democratic Convention The Democrats of Ohio county assembled in convention at the Court House Monday The convention was composed a representative gather ing of about one hundred and fifty men Messrs Billy Coleman was elected permanent chairman and Heber Matthews secretary While a committee on resolutions were consider- Ing the cut and dried matter previ ously prepared speeches were made by Shelby Taylor and others The J r r speech made by Mr Taylor was thi must sensible and Democratic deliver ed before the convention It was nol abusive but was an earnest appeal t0 Democrats to stand firmly for Bryar and Democracy The six cell of Mr Ben D Ring was one of the most abusive ever delivered In Hartford He said that h would rather be a hog and root In th graves ot the dead than as the Re publicans do pitch the name of Mr Goebel from lip to lip in association with the great crimes of the recent pastThe resolution adopted approved the Kansas City platform praised Bryan and condemned the Republican party ot Kentucky as the sole cause ol all the woes afflicting the Common wealth The convention unanimous ly endorsed J Cripps W Beckbam for their nominee for Governor What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest miserable is worse Women are a mong its greatest 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 NARROWS KY July s8For some years alter pro hibition was voted in Ohio connty Its results were tally satisfactory to the friends of the law but recently the violations ol it hav become so fre quent and fligrant that the law itself is In danger At first the violators dI the prohibition law measured the toleration ol the people with caution bnt recently gathering courage from the laxity of the enforcement of the statutes are selling intoxicants in various towns and villages in the county as openly as the legitimate merchant sells his goods The wide spread violations of the law furnish a pretext fora large number ot voters who voted for the law for decencys sake rather than from conviction to join the whisky forces in their efforts to bring about its repeal There is another class of men real friends of prohibition who reasonhowever difficult we may find it to agree with their reasoningthat the responsible saloon keeper is preferable to the blind Uger who sell on Sunday and to minors That the tigers is op operating to overthrow the prohibi lion law was Illustrated at Rosine a lew weeks ago when forty vqtes were cast for the saloon and only three against It The writer is convinced alter a careful study ot the situation that uuless the friends of prohibition begin at once an energetic effort to onlyIas en forcemeut of the law can be satisfac torily accomplished if gone about with energy and eflort If the friends prohibition In Ohio county would employ the same methods and energy in fighting the illegal sale of Intoxl cants that those same Individuals employ In fighting their political bat ties they could suppress it In a few mcnths and the fight against whisky should be gone about in much the same way The writers plan is this Let a few reputable Irlends oi the prohibition law formulate sign and publish a call for a mass convention of the friends oi the law to meet at Hartford on a given day lor the purpose of ef feting a permanent organization Those who formulate the call should oommunicate personally or by mall with those known to be favorable to the enforcement ol the law in each precinct and male an industrious effort to secure a liberal attendance The convention should select acounty committee made up in the usual way with one member lor each voting pre cinct and one for each town In the county who should proceed to organ ize his precinct or town The local organization need not necessarily be attended with the blowing of trump ets nor involve the active participa tion of the entire community Two or three determined men In each pre cinct or town feeling their responsibility to the county organization as wellos their moral duty to the corn munity and encouraged by the general co operation of their fellows throughout the county can and will root out the blind tigers Crimes against individuals find ready enforce ment of the law at the hands of tbe patty injured or aggrieved but crimes against society often go unpunlshsd because ot nn unreasonable approbrl um attached to the enforcement oi the law by an unofficial citizen bnt which embarrassment is removed when one is iptcially charged with such duty by some responsible nu othority Perhaps there may be objections to the plan partially outlinedabove which have not ocurred to the writer but the bold and open violations ot the prohibitory law in Ohio county will bring about its speedy repeal un le ss the friends ol the law take imme dlate steps to secure Its rigid enforce ment arid this can only be doneby a thorough orgenlzation of the temperance forces SHAMROCK rTfil9e 1 OS Tells the story When your headaches and you reel bllloui constl paled and out of tune w th your justhipf Hoods PillsAnd tako a dose from 1 to 4 pllli easilytheyheadache and biliousness rouso tho again2a t1oIJ REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Most Harmonious i the History of thee Countye Largo Attondanco Strong Re s CondemningtGoobollsm Adoptod Pursuant to call of the county com mlttee the Republicans of Ohio count met In mass convention at the Con House July Mtb A lire repreSentative gathering of Rep bU cans was present and In their coup tenances could be read the death war rant of Goebellsm The convention was promptly calle to order by Chairman N Barrass at J oclock who stated brieflythe objects of the convention and announced th first order of procedure was the elec tion of a permanent chairman J M Rogers and Lon Rogers were elected by acclamation Chairman and Secre tart respectively In accepting chainMr Rogers made an approprl ate a Interesting speech S A AAndereon M L Heavrin C P Keown 3 L Stevens and Henry Leach were appointed a committee to draft resolutions While the committee was preparing resolutions Messrs S P Roby R C Jarnagin Jno T Rone and S M Tay- bar made brief but very interesting speeches The convention instructed unanimously for lion Jno W Yerkei for Governor and Hon R M Jolly CongressThe are as follows nrInrat That we approve the the call for this convention and also lor the State and congressional district con ventlons2nd we endorse the platform adopted by the National Republican Convention at Philadelphia and com mend it to all the people as a wise patriotic and thoroughly American declaration of principles the strict ad herence to which has secured the United State unmeasured and nnpar ailed prosperity In the past and guarantees a most flourishing and ansplc ions future protecting ever interest of ever citizen at home or In the remoat eat ends of earth 3d We condemn without exception and without reserve the men in charge- of State offices who with a high hand have nnderthe forms oi law of their own making subverted the will ol a great people utterly disre garded and held for naught a clean clear cut majority which appeared against them on the face of there turns after hundreds of votes had been cast out In the counting room and while partisan ot the Democratic party were in charge of every precinct in the county and State Dark fiend ish and ghastly fiaud sits upon the brow ol the pretenders and usurpers and a looted and Indignant people look upon them in contempt tense scorn 4th The Goebel election law which was conceived and brought forth to forward the interest of selfish ambi tious politicians has proven itself to be the fruitful source of all the crimes turmoil strife fraud and bloodshed incident to and growing out of the last election In Kentucky by Its pro visions the election of 1899 was turned overto the unscrupulous partisans of the Democratic party which contrail ed every precinct in the State every county board In the State and had every member of the State Board ol election Commissioners and through Its operations hundreds of voters in Louisville Lexington and Covington and other places in the State were not allowed to vote the right and prlve legea of which Is guaranteed to every citizen by both State and Federal Constitution precincts were throw out In several counties groundless contests were inaugurated in many coun ties a partisan contest board cotfpos ed of 10 Democrats and i Republican was fraudulently selected by a Democratic Legislature the r rt of which board was strictly partltiifaiidwas approved by the Legislature without ever considering one word of the via dente submitted to the board and without a word of argument from any man in the ease A State contest board considering the same evidence itisv8upposedwrongfnllymallcionsly and without right and without law declared against the will of the major ity and unseated the Republican In cumbents and decided the pretenders to be the rightful heirs to the offices for which the people bad decided they were not Therefore we condemn the Goebel election law as a most dan gerous and un American law and sue ceptlbleoi the greatest frauds oi any law that was ever conceived by the mind of an American citizen and we declare that the men and the party defending that law to be responsible for the present state of affairs In Kentucky and we demand the speedy repeal of the iniquitous Goebel Law and the enactment of an absolntly fair and Impartial election law which will guarantee and secure to every citizen In Kentucky the right to vote and have his vote counted as cast 5th That we invite all liberty lov ing Kentucklans who regard the will ol the majority above party Interest and who favor a fair and Impartial election law to Join with us in the fight for civil liberty 6th We endorse the action of Hon N T Howard State Senator from tb Senatorial District and also endor the action and work of lion R C Jarnagin Representative ol Oh county in the last Legislature 7th That we instruct the driegati n from this county to cast the 27 vote of this county in the State conventic for Hon John W Yerkes for Gove nor and that they vote as a unit c all question coming before that con vention 8th That we Instruct the Delegate from this county to the District Convention to nominate candidate fc Congress to cast the 27 votes of thi county for Hon R M Jolly ol Creel r enridge county for Congress and that they vote as a unit on all question e coming before that convention 9th That the following named per sons be selected as delegates to tb State and District Convention- S T Stevens M S Ragland C P Keown Dan King G W Snell Sieve Bennett W S Gaines Jo Roberts T H Benton R C Jarnagin Jno T Der Baldwin N H Tanner U S Car son S T Barnett Jno M Bishop H L Heavrin Fon Rogers J S R HodgeseSmith Capt Jno G Keown G W Drane E P Nea- lALTaauamsL T Milliard Jacob Chancellor W R Jones Geo M Maddox Sep T Williams F L San derfur Jas Hudson Alex Barnett Slot Taylor W D Newton Pet Render Galon Taylor Jas DeWeese Jno H Hudson Capt A B Stanley Jno H Thomas S P Roby R R Wedding W R Carson Jo Parks Jno H Stewart JnoB Foster O R insley Ben Coleman Lon Rogers asRenterHice CondlctCE Smith and all other good citizen who are in favor of civil llberrty Signed S A ApDRRSOtr Chmn M 1 HEAVRIN C P Know- S L STEVENS HENRY LEACH r WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE not only effectually expels worms but is unequaled as a tonic and is a cer lain and permanent cure for Chills and Fever In children Price 25 eta For sale by J H Williams Pimples on the face are not only annoying bnt they indicate bad blood Hoods Sarsaparllla cures them by put ifying the blood Best for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowel are put tight CAS CARETS help nature cure you with ont a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just so cents to start your health back dASCARBTS Candy Catbar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on Ito Beware of imitations I SJCCCEftSITORTH KnOftlNO I I rFIt At DrDsUU Me and 100 bottle SSWt Death From Diphtheria The following Is taken from the Louisville Times of the death Mlsa Minnie Reynolds of Greenville Miss Reynolds has visited in Hart lord several times and was well known here Rnssellvllle Ky July 56This community was shocked this morn Ing when the death ol Miss Minnie Reynolds was announced Her home was in Greenville but for the past three weeks she bad been the guest ol Miss Ada Robinette and the family of Dr M R Perry of this city She had been ill three days and diphtheria was the cause of her death Miss Reynolds was a handsome blonde and was one of the most popular young women that ever visited this city She had just passed her eighteenth year Her father who had been telephoned for had just arrived at the railroad station when she expired She wu a sisterinlaw ol Hon W A Wlckllfle Greenville Her remains will be taken to her former home for burial today illam Halo HertlllewH writes C L Hill of Marshall Mich wa living proof of the efficacy of Dr Miles Cure I have fered 20 years from heart trouble and became so bad I could not lie down to sjeep Physicians failed to yDrMlItusingItiJit MILES Hmmrt CurI- a lOll tw all dnnlata oa tursatee backBookBr Muss M dksJ Compaay Eftttrt M Jr v 1 0 ro Satisfaction = a a is unusual with FiveCent cigar rsmokers but it has been the every n r day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smoked r a Old Virginia Cheroots during the last thirty years because I they are just as goodnowin fact better than when they were first made eThree hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this ryeti Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents e 1 Ie1 1 YCompany some most excellent shows for ten cents which are well worth twentyfive e- entertainments are1 very enjoyable and are moral in every particular Every nights exercise are entirely newThe ex hibition to be given tonight and tomor row night will be the best of the week RcDfih 1lTalk boinp cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own plumes build our own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable runt to thoHartford Telephone and Exchange Coor they will be whole expense if you say Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies un n MidJuly Economy- Is made pleasant for you at the friendly store Its a month in which heads of households are disposed to reef the ex pendituresa careful economical month Every month of the year will be one of Economy if our store is kept in mind Its a store that meets the needs in such a satis factory waysupply you with what is brightest and best in merchandise and yet at such close margins that the prices are always the lowest MidSeasons Comforts Its the amount of trade that we are working for through Julythats why we name such low prices We know that you will come our way again Seasonable items at unreasonable prices thatVthe way it is with lots of items in our store Special cleansweep prices are named on the items that we wish to clear at once It makes very low prices for you Satisfactory Footwear- The time of year that tests the merits of the Footwear you buy will soon be here Ours is the kind that stand the test Satisfactory Shoes give better health and greater comfort Be sure you are right on Shoes Right Shoes at right pricesthats the secret of the success of Shoe sales Your Money Back- If the Suit made to your measure by the fas onable Tailors Edward Rose Co Chicago is not exactly as represented in perfection fit and finish If it comes from this house it must be right Any style or material you may de desire but always the best for the money CARSON ft COM WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Thorough cources in Literature Languages Music Art and Business Excellent home influences Refined and pleasant invironments Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opens August 28 1900 W G WELBORNPres JU HAM BARNES Vice Pres Ia Tlio Kind You llavo Always Bojriit and vrlicli hits been in use for over 30 years los borno the ftignatnre of77 mill 1ms boor made under bis per 4r since ItIIlnntnOJo 4noono to deceive you in tide All Counterfoils Imitation and Jnstauffood are but Experiments that trlilo with and niidnnRcr the health of luthiits niitl Children Experience ngaiust Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla In n harmless pubstltuto for Castor on Pars gone Drops iuid Soothing Hyrups J la Pleasant 16 contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Us age in Its Eliarnntce It destroys AVornw nnilWJiitLColicFlatulency It iwuiiiuilateK the Food regulate the I Stomach mill Bowel giving healthy and natural taep The Childrens wwea1bo JiolhcrM Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS jQ 9cBear the of Tile Kind You Have Always Bought In Use for Over 30 Years TI erwyut NV TI T t i1I rc ttt C LJIiIiI FIELD e SON== 1 7r= =rSrz TRANSFER LINES ===WXX KA==zes= A alA I =A- U32AFLTPO D SoY A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THK MOST COMHORTABLK VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGK 5OUCI rED a 1 A BUSINESSEDUOATZO i nnl oa r4 I fIi t IIr ti t ir trIiIut M tli MIIIH I in thi very front rutiV She Srycxni e gtrattton 1osincss eolIege R 0 tE xc2-I o iI 7I IM i iHt lu hi lift Miti I IIClUJIUalJU 1 Iii IL IIi ImtlMn Wrltffum I u tI k i iml I ruin jrjnluiiHi fiitvliiir fl Jii IoIflIunTUfn i It f Y 7C T Lvt1i4BOLXFor 20 Prepared bIJAP4S F BALLARD1St LOL1IL S a Now is the Time To subscribe for your homo paper t and rend the news The price of t THE REPUBLICAN is 01 in advance If SAVE C 1ift a YOUn 3 l RTITAGS if Star tin taps rloHng mllltar prto l on undur f Ide of JB 4 tag UoKa Slioo IT tood Luci Cross Pow and 0- rr DrummomT Xatui i Caf Tin 7 TV i HiiJ raluoln i CurTC X Ing jiresonts memlcn bolov f uiy bo uunirtJ Every lUau W 0 V woman and child cau 1Odou tliu list that thy would T t jji Uko to hlltI anti can h II flJSIX 2hIt 0 u1 Mitch Dot iFI e tIfKIIheI aD4 WMr io goud ittvl II TiI Iohrl K CojtiJuv Caiciulir Ta i alMnntw T3 4 Chd BtZ K tc holI tL rl1 Ij IIO II 1Ilol5 SaIl tnd I p r F t t or OJ tUSdoIlII1 lion iIII frnplepImc f 1nljftIIIli 4 t UK r no I v AtI e l II 1i Sd WI1 II I 11 11 0 e loll rar IOIaII d 11r rl ItL IJI h k IJ tea L i ti oI nlitrIjI 4 Un If Jo Ii Crg t IIQ I jnv r 111 y woJ i1IhIIIi A Ll u Lt y ill I w ATmIJ t II I 1 111 11 015lTHE AllOY Cf1 ifstci ijom v 19CO 1- r 1 J M rln IK MIND tu u i1ice Lr 11 yo TM PLUG TOMOCO 1 i1 I- M OJ Vb r r asid Uoltl iuuir paeus lii 1 i liui H 11 IN IixI tcItd l rrruI 4 7T lf i1t i 1 taioCfNU 11 TBitC ooo vr1 ane S d fl SIt S srat kcfAkL i IC 4as a rJe mnys jLaa flt 2- I e qi J 1 I i JJ4 O cr a 04 iC r 1uT i P rJII9iP2 l J pt8 J 1 1 5 4L 1I 1Ir r A Nevr IFXTERNAL1 CURES WHEHE ALL OTHER HAVE FAILED TUBES UY WAIL 75 CENTS DOTTLES so CENT- Oj A1ES f BAllARD Silo Propnetor 310 K d Ma Sirsil ST LOUIS MO Hartford Republican RIDAVI JULY ao THE TRUSTS AND THE PEO 1PLE in IIII mu P nUT The lurge trniUand combinations Already formed Anti being formed by ggregiitloBS 01 capital ate considered hutlnl to the utMwes and the coin mon people This is a theory The oietfoally n thinp may be so and pncticntly it may be very untrue Vheii we upeak of tnnts and coin tine we think ot the Standard Oil ruit the Sueur Trust the Tob cco fruit etc Uhrn the Standard Oil trust was formed I w yaylnjj fatty LeDla gallon for kerosene oil I am etting U now fur ten cents n gallon was Dtyin4 twelve and one hall ents for sugar Mveral years ngo but vhen the combines set In we got it at ivc sod one quarter When the WIIkey Tru t WAS organized I was in hopealt would put up whiskey where the poor devils couldnt get it at they have feetnod to chenptn that lOft to where they can p y the gov rnmeot fi 15 a gallon revenue on it iod yet sell it for t 27 t which deI m titrates that they arc making it md letting the public have it at abut welve and one ball cents a gallon There II no doubt abut the aggre lUau of wealth with brnlus controll ing it that they can manufacture any ittlcle cheaper than it it or has been manufactured on a tmall scale The treat railroad combinations many hink willeat us up blood rare Oc ajionally I get on a little jerk water oad that II not III the combination md I won t o double my accident pol eta and be MtUfied with a isruile inhoar gait hId console juyeelt with he idea that I cats rUle all day for a tolls but when I get ou the Pe ua3l Aniaot Vanderbilt cyntem of roads fith their schedules forty miles an lour vestibule train with parlor ars sleeping cars dining cars I have i hotel on wheels carrying me towards njr destination And alt this or about xo tentH a mile Give me the road ibftt ts in the combine to carry me here I am going PnUic ctntiment is the safeguard vhicb U thrown all apgregrtions ol veHtth al rnmSiration of interest le Stttbdard Oil the railroad combl ntions the Sugar Trntt are as sen insect as the snow bank to the rays f thsnn Trusts and combines- i1 cot halt the public but stock older may nftsr later onwhen hess great bulky Institutions become teildye d 11with their own tight 1ilty thousand men in U tfj 5alra prhp IHt more MI Utittd in the rt tiusts ol tli mjtty TKufe 5 ooo mm knoI i nt there M 7 ooooa ul thcr pro i e in America and their wltdom uichtu them where bottndry linesare verwbich they cannot go without I eril to tberasilv and disaster to heir hnsieess No combination now ys damn the public but they- ayeI their weathcicocks out on every irominent cupola watching how the wind blows Ofctiursv political capital can br itadeout ff kiuh furmations of wealth d kicial oidtrs may raise the black lilt to fight thi in but I am n tlious M tend more alraid if di iimioniie id lr tiluis luau IillU iliaid 61 rusti wit c wbus Oixl gover ienhih uifins not only thr- d13eIri e ol ibc citizen hut the yerthrow of all that will hurl th- etzendepmhi upoi goo men in tlico jd we hid better p y less at- utlOQ tn hote whom w4 elect to Illtt to the uinniiipal State and nation I govcrraeaU Mr Stead in hi 4 111 Chrut Const to Chicago v qk5 j the Hlllnur of Chicipo DI my f them that their nietlioU i t411 nnd thirst tranVxtiuns are n f hut tllt in the roadVItheii ucisiS i thblK il ali bonetof the i Imo o v wH m tin j h ive run tI irctn Thrfiu es f 1111 or coin U ti jOt nciua lh drlil cT oth r nun 1111 I oilir c iibliinlions LYONSIHi1t1 LAXATIVE 1- 11SYRuplr NATURCS eurt ron GONSTI tlON tIs mod from tc tliikvt fcrrfttts of vegetables inJ I ii t IiI1i no In and h tJ best pre scription that cn I coi iviiiiUeil for the cure of Conslr ci Biliousness i Sick H IJllte I ouncss and In JUpel Colds nnd livc3 It drivcsjJ ut nil t1 tle bloat 11IfI An Ideal remedy fv children nsvcllf M aJults far sale by druggUts nts I i joe per II II C r x C I = 7 I II H t 1 t a U I Ih 1IIrI U i ii u tlsavssd UY- I Intl It 1111 011 nillll IOI1N TVVIOIC friiinnrll HJtl Dr Hathaway j Treats All Diseases Ills Method Invariably Cures Al Catarrhalpllronclilnl Lung Stll- lllInch Liver Kidney and Other Corn ns Welt ni All Disease Weaknesses of Women In Dr Ilattixwayi mos xtuo Tl3clko Cal cring n pcrkM of taco than so yrarsho1ms beet called uion to treat al manner uf Ols ix s o nifu anti women am alone the Whet lino o liuman nllinents lie lia been uclturmly iuc cosfuU Dr Hathaway me Iliad of trei tnx nt get Irtlv nt the LeSt a llooPurlflolthe Wood neutralizes the jvlfon wlilcl Produce the diseased conditions Yearly ho tntnre to perfeel unilfrerTreatedtlima tiny Peter Lung Complaints Stonwcli liter Imd Kldnry fllwaeei mc Tumors Can earl Eczema and all manner of skin aSeetlots willulWomen many dlttresltu wpaknciioi an diseases by which no many women ate affllt l f Dr Huthawayionlmarpnttf iIAppllanccs 01 vhlrhat well as the mlcroscoiw no lias world wide fame is an osprt All of the nifdkln used by Dr Hathamiyaro compounded In hi own blKiratorlfi under his pernonal dlreetlcn midtpwlal remedies arc pretrPd for each In dividual case accordant to Its rdiiUremeat Pr Hathaway lisa rppared i eetleiofeoIfesainlnattoiibin1tiflanks WhICh lie inda free on iIillIantloU No I tot Men N 02 for Women No J torSiOn DIMCM No 4 for Catarrhal Dtoeniuo No II for Kldoryi nochareaConauhtatlonFree office or lI1nallIJ AfilVrOV HATHAWAV M D Urlllllho Co 30aeiiiirrliNmt Nitntivllle Tent HXTIIIX TIlIC ikIYti WIIY4 WItiTIall One preacher is preaching to 500 twenty preachers around him consldei seventyfive a full house nnd a hun died a perfect jam one physician making 10000 a year arid forty lit tie doctors in the neighborhood not making their grub A Wnnnmaker selling 50000000 a year means many little merchants applying for clerkship in his store It it the sur vival oftlie fittest it may be When God made this world lie made inane talus tiweriog into the clouds and valleys below the level of the sea he wale lakte and oceans He spread out the prairies ol tbe Wett and plltd dp mountains around the little vaU ejs along the ranges ot the Rockies and he Alleghenies In the oceans waters we find whales and some very small fishes and when the whales tome along the little fish have to hide jut I have travelled over this country from ocean to ocean and from Montreal to Gaveston annually for twenty yeats I have watched the profittts of events and the prceeftnion as they matched I hwO yet to now of a single initance where com ilnenaud trusts hurt the masses or permanently taUtd the price of any product I am a lliusand times more villinn to deal with the ttusts end combines and purchase their products than t sin to put my money into their inRaituliouAnnd Imperil my holdings tifcinus of their want of stability ind fearing their final downfall With the final disintegration oi tiURts and combineswhich will in r vitably come when financial disaster ind shrinkage of values shall come JC course the surplus of their product vill be thrown upon the market and July the stockholders In these trusts md combines will suffr As sure as hat the sun shines whenever any in itltution becomes unwieldy because ot ts size and bulk it will finally tall of ts own weight I am an expansionist and I believe hat one of the causes of the sttingen and shrinkage of values in this nuntry is because we have not gone Ilt over tile seis with our products nit ie sliotild have done Waile here Is demand for our prolucts ol the farm nil manufactory of this county there I lll always be plenty ol motley but fheu t heU and corn anJ cotton and ill kinds of manufactories area hug ni tIe market und no demand for heel then we have stringency and iird tiuies Manuficturera Recosd laiti more S CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 111Signaturo P i llnv Ir Ymr Kliturjfi r 01 iobimSrtueu tMi1a4raII iinev Ills Svr- aIekreeAddswrtleg ItwcHjOr Co UtilOKu w M V Ho Would HavoToncostor cuitiiin jouiig t U il OloufvUr I let H Iml whin rl tifreiiy I never Ti cllml up alH IlanI tsdilit ot II Hhfck t1 h 1 It Iil a U Icr Ihilii elpii Pg- 1C4yiLA 0 tars tbe 11Ja y1JIi Yu late Alwsy Boug- 1Illculue r J2truu To Ouro fonllimtliiii 1iirtnr Tnliohi aircU UauUi CMIurtlc Kw oraic f U 0 0fall to cure aruamtata rcfuua iiuw v Expert Evl uuu Vhi il a h iMjiijKm Ciiiri IIJIIIIJ1 1I in i i 4i i i II arrj 4irjiiinJrivirU A tin IIIitol1rt7aIiriteinur rnwhfUaCco IOHergMurJr3dCw3C1hIdruin ririiitnj li in I Ah hiiIi I I Nil l i r n rIo i pnv i j Iti- lllIclJIeit ghtcire i III itiurtlrt of tht1r1 hittai I is Jlclle JukinsR widuv ihta mes iince his attest a snob Ins fctait ed to storm the jnil bul each time it WAS driven off by a show of force on I piit of the Sheriff and deputies O Neal was infatut d with JifrsJen 1 klns said wanted her to marry him and gn wIth him to Texas She a i greed to do so if ONe4l would flail some one who would take ore ol her I children aged two nnd four Falling to find any one who could take the I children ONeal carried them to a f creek and held them under the water until they were ltowned like rats I Returning he told her that he lied sent the children to nn orphans home in Mobile The finding of two bodies in the creek lead to ONeals arrest and he then confessed OASTOnXAI BeiritheThe KM Yu HIM Alnrs Distill slfr CUVv4lIIJust Llko Milk Mamma exclaimed the little fish that worm Ijust creaked oil I the hotik seemed to me to be quite sonr I Well my dear replied the mam ma fish the wcHthera quite warm Ithe woim will turn you know Philadelphia Press 0 To Tho Doaf A rich lady cured of her deatnect I and noises in the head by Dr Nlchol sons Artificial liar Drumsgnve 10 000 to his Institute so that deal pen pie unable to procure the Bar Drums may have them Irttt ui dross No 4483 The KleholwM Test lute 780 Highlit Avenue New York Her Golden FutureA Im going to marry a man ith 1 haifa million dollars saki the girl iu tlie bicycle suit Im glad to henr it said the M othergirl Vhis hel 0 I rausnt tell you that Mr Ihasnt got It all yetChicago Tri bune J EczoninItohlngHumorPimplqsCured IIu haute trio I KnIIVrrrM DiIDo scabs and Scales torn on the ski1aHair or Scalp Have you na7Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form t on the Skin Pricklinit Pain in the trSkinSwollen JoIntJ Itilling halt AlltRun Down Skin Pale Old Eating Sow Ucer To cute to t stay cuied take B R B Botanic Blood Btlni which makes tbe blood A pure and rich R B B will cause it the sores to heal itching rof ecarnia tc stop forever the akin to hwoiuecfcu and the biwth swtft B B B Ii re iiingwits Our rt flpra aje fidvited to tr KR n For ale by dnucirt oat pet Uipe bi tc six Utf b tile tuiIrfainiiT 55 He mm the bottle Cmllplttcdlttclnl1s fr M iriv ti sl it a trial tattle river n 15 Wtiu I r it AIr BUOOI BALM CO Atlanta Oi DwiiU your trouble and flee Personal seed cal dice given 2 Sa Worse Yet- w 1 thought if I gave U isle Jihn a lU pretty scarf pin he wonM cut oil hif on viiikerIDrtThe mel N Iltl wears thee braided rtow uthTdJanspolia Probably n fAct t lYapher mpiolotnlv Who wrote yrur roiiipn iUini Johnnj 1 Johrnyil halhrV- hi4t nl nf it Nem I belpeah him TSu lie vhirh defctrjy rt the im j men e Svniiip Riot tnerftciiie plnrt fI Dr Kilmtt C July i WI the movi tt4aaatrtIla which lisa ever occur ted in ItinnlnuHon Hovrrvrr the Iil mere ocotitheal btisirtcs tirtt murn ing thoiuU not At the oIl sUml wliioh n heap mn uldrrnl sitWIth the firemen Fro vet ptirirn water on the turning Chunir vtrtt tti nhnint thir Kiro rt wein sr fruirg to di IJUilldtivillIIet C1to Th it tItle great Ifcdutiy lI1i S t n t be crippled foi H rttonitiit IhrougU tht Cfiittjsy ol cilln pi niJt iit firn aid cit z no tint lugi fictoiv unit i j1iii log liinldirghoii S utb street were vactled fur the tefii fit I the Swamp RIIt peope Hr l p ssvifli wi tik en ininj ii tfly ni I i sic lv Moo rtnv Juy 8 thN tat ii tt mir I t 4Y11I1WUIII riilllj It- Ihlftt idiny RItIi i ii mil I EETfORYE- 90VELS u tobowiljUwrlt oiti MI C il rrci In itx Imi nf Tluluiil l tvilt LI U IIMMI la namiT UH Tlio laceiiniCaIIaLoioiselua CANDY ao 1 CAThARrICft aTCADC MASS IOI3TPID 1rWUllf Tumti Ip7 I hkI nlrl 5 Tea Seta KEEP YOUO BLOOD GLEAN I etur dl laa iriCa vti i tiIMtUrIIlCI I t oJ r 11 at 01 pickot 1ozo iiM froca- booC a otr oca droi WbO- a Invu toFu TkU II With WiiiMlptS5perlunttOnl uror We r cod men7 tiUj edjt ciw CIrni CIV Zw Shin DiaseWhan the excfetorv organ fall to carry off Iht vnttsS mnteiial from the tycttm there U an abnor mel HicintuildtiM of i mittler pOI uDI aid c4na the Mood And it becomes nour nnd acid Thin poison is earned through the general clrctilatloifto nil part of the body antI upon reaching the akin nrfuoc there lo a retlncM and rniptioii anti hy certain peculiarities we reCognize Kcxenu Teller Acne 8all Khrum rnnria K 1rvsipela un1 oililyothei kin troubles inure or lets severe WIqie the nkin is llw teat of the rent disease Is in the blood Medicated lotion and powden in allay the Itcliin and bnmin hut never ritre no matter how long and faithfully onititine1aiiil the condition il often aggravated nud skin permanently injured by their use The disease is more tnon skin deep Ute entire etaiauon is poisoned x The many of arsenic mercury olwl etc not do not cure skill diiensoi but soon ruin the digestion suit lareekaluwii the constitutionSS S S nature own mnedy made of root heiU and hlarkof great purifying cud tonical propBrtiei quickly and efTiTtually cures blood and skin trouble liecauw it goes direct to the root of the and stimulate restores lieahtIyziciot to the different onana clcnntvs and rnrfche the blood antI tInitIkwa the avstem of all poisonous secretions cures permanently becautc it leaves none of the otiglnal poison to referment in the blood and caute a fresh att- ackS Healthy Mood is iivctMary to presere that clear smooth skin and beautiful com plniou eo much Ie by all S S S can t el tel upon with certainty to keep the woixl in perfect order It hiSS been curing blodd and akin diseases for half n ecu tnry no other inr tclnc can chow such a record SS S S R contains no poisonous mineral is purely vegetable nnd harmless Our aieilicil department ii char e of pliytiicinns I riellce in treating blood au4 skin dieaeawho will take phearure In aiding by their aahvlce anal ahIoact1mtiiU who tletdre It Write fully and freely your e your letters are heM In strictest cutiftdeuec We make no Charge whatever for liii service Our book on mood null Skin DUeaus with be sent free upon application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA =of about 6oon Imttlrs per dy atd In two or thrte wrtka time tbe full CII pacity of lucre than four time that a mount will be prepared Tb int mince demand fr wmei trot will thus in no way he iiitettereU with On the old site with JoiB rf prcpeity which baa Just bUll par chased will tie ntetd ImttieiMalrlv an absolauly fiiepiocf riv Iot itnKtnrt plans or which have been early colltpktdj fltel II itwTMr wnMlioru T H Ulick JcJMs K 1 iKlmMHklVrti Mn M IIMIiMMik iaoIartlor- nuiakntr I n VJteaiewite Jfe Vv 5 steea MbW IIariftd IkinlU lL IIMIT T H HmlfMi J II nnuila5w 11 heW T IIV1r m mMni livrUiMniHl nU Attract UHl nMrtlviM tkrw fvkn cii tUtM V G iitvotnv 1 i imtj Cowtf 4 P Wiles Jk V trInndTWk ilJ Mtavrtj AHonwr HuHfcWl xCowt MiitvMi ant 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IiMBA2A5 II A4j1iNoSeom Atlowance Paltcrn iK alMcoSs McCALL 5 138146 = 1tWNmI W IWmwwmmf It will only er jot 50 cents extra to ride all liar to a CeWen Belt Parlor r 2ccsts for a taU day Stated In a lure revokinc an f wttii plenty of space around yoHt can eiiJyssaacfifre 1 id Del you phrase If you are a smoker you I ir j snaking room wth its arm chairs sad couch The lid wi d lrit In the pkndtd ladles lounhug- reese wWi Its IM f and nvitftR arm chairs and Its roomy dnaIiIwi room adlololnc I u k i hic your meals ia this car at any hour warn them r jst irjtSlnjj you want from a poncrbooM UeaJc or a sprint II 01 a a nsndeich tiLe at tone M Oii leass M ni jot ii C7tctoayforwhatyoooeer Tbeottanr n Ioa m tCI 3lDIla I IiU u lrt1i ur 5 iociu MMte at Iii c4wtIoe for on 401117tbIbO2aI led Ihe 555 Wret Wi4te ni teI C 1ofool aie giOit Mol whet e a will trI inS e wilt tell pn rti a1flrk wiii cost thlcittaim t Uk i uW t bnt Muie bl intUnn n1 M MW ss uJrtrrAilru little t lrt ittrrtWTntt I t imai toys ettL tat ti Ms teat rrsi- twewoeMb HI MMU bWM URWUt If TIME 1 ii- SpAC rPr1ctiulyan hn lrE1I ths ocean cables mail nnI telegraph sfstems now belt the cir i fercnceafOldRirthin no many diffcicnt directions Kcrcijn prrts are no longer foreign in the old meaning oi thiS tcr JB Europe Africa Aln are next door to vt What hnppoc there today we know tomorrow if we read THI CIUCAOORECORU whOle Special Cable Corrcspqadcou s locatMl ti tray important tiiy iikt wrWouulla of the United Stiiee No other American ncrsapspcrcvfr attempted to vxtontlven service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news icrvfcc of Thc AMociatcil Pros For accurate intelligence of the Btirrlngcvcnta which are bilking the ntiignf wars and rumors of wllrsof the thrcatriin ditolainu of out gorcrn tnenta and the establishment of uw of the onward sweep of the race in all parts of tic world the otto inedium of the most satisfactory information the enterprising uptodate American newspaper Tug CHICAGO RECORD F IbSIMII5Krbcnrr on Pr rf rMtietl ke iSVnMaDy two 1ees ati to- Cover atAleall1 wramapine The mr n IW r how eiu ceaisaIVoy Ibo ASdreesS I roroqunL A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc What better invctmrt couhl I i1aIo than In a cojy of lhio iiilanyj4I Aim Cohlegiat Dictienar titti seottieti t Glossary etcilmI in quality aeenhi I cIau ai ttio kc- S a lrtnTffA PILLS Illinois Central i 1fr1 RailroadRestore Vitality Lost Vigor and Manhood aro Impottncyfl IgfttinlulonaLoeacfMotntianl naii iipalt ltontI nJ JoolloholaboOGor 60h ernlJ I 1 I S New 0rI eansJIndlicretionlIA PILLS ia C I ItIiIs 1 t tho ntnk to polo inIItst ii 1lf o1Jc cliooki anti rotores the 1 Iefinnot ronlh atoll CTS I i I tioxo for 55Oo ocx 1 111 i I r I I I aJthourbankab181laurantoowcurerretund the money paid bend for circular I Itnaiia Mb 1 Lt 111 or g- ai taps vI our tliluaraut boDtLjlI ni ItJ 11 iii ag- I I I 4 EXTRA STRENOTLIIv Iauln i i etaI CII ft BrVIia ihirwhi i 0100 LAJlELlmmdlale Resultnlh I in IKh 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