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the Plan of Attack on the Philip pine Gibraltar DETAILS ITIIJHTO VMrVBLINIIED Men of Oth 10th and 23rd RegIments Scaled the Helghta From RIdge to Ridge In justice to the brave boys of Com panics A and C oi the 6th Infantry the jrd battalion of the 19th Inlantry and Companies AI K and M of the aird Infantry who took pait In the ruetuorableadvance on the rebtl strong holds in the mountains of Cebu on the- 22nd and jjtd of September we have been reiiuested to publish the follow- Ing account of the fighting by men who were engaged In it inasmuch as our previous report horn our own cor respondent gave more prominence to the Tennessee volunteers We are pleased to give this complete and Impartial account In justice to the brave regulars who participated on that memorable occasion and who acquitted themselves like soldiers every man of them On September 12th Detachmenta from Companies A and C of the 6th Infantry and from the battalion of the rat Tennessee Volunteers stationed here making a total of about 300 men marched to 151 Pardo and ascended mountain to the enemys left taking a cannon with them Alter a great deal of effort they succeeded In plant ing the cannon wheie it overlooked the insurgent works Prom the Amer ican position elgtbeen 01 the insur gent foils rifle pits and trenches were in view As soon as the insurgents caught sight ol the Americans they opened tie with their ilh century smooth bore cannon to which the Americans replied by sending shell and brapnel into their wojts scattering death and dttttuclion within a radius of many le ftfrom where they struck The Monitor Monadnock was anchored in jhe bay and SB toon as the Amrllcana hal got In position on their mountain the Monaduock threw several kbella at the enemys works tint they all- Ot wide of their murk and it was F6on to te seen that if this Gibraltar of the Philippines was to be captured it would have to be done without the aid of a warship Karly the next morning Sept I3th about 250 wen stalled down the moun tamand alter crossing two ridges were at the base of a ridge on which were three forts and several rlflle pits and trenches In the meantime the enemy had discovered their approach and had opened fire on them The hill was occupied by apparently thous ahds ot the enemy and was so steep that one hundred men on the summit could defend It against one thousand men in the valley So the Americans retired to their position on the oppo site bill to await reinforcements- On Sept 21st reinforcement arrIved in the form 01 the third battalion ol the 19th Infantry and the remainder of the Tennessee Volunteers Early the next morning the Americans ad vanced to the attack In three division The first division was commanded by Major McGuire and was composed of CoA6tb Inlantry 28 strong which was In the advance and was followed by Co C 6th Infantry 16 strong and supported by Cos I and G of the Tat Tenn Vols The second dinIs Ion was composed of Co K igth and Co M 23rd Infantry they are also eup ported by the Tenn Vols The third division was composed ot the remaIn- der of 23rd and igth Infantry sup ported by Tennesseeans The Insurgent sharpshooters began firing at the Amerinans before dawn and kept up Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Pill a bottle or common class with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tllnj Indicates an a unhealthy condl tlon of tho kid I 1 y neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid nay trouble too A frequent desire to J- p f pass It or pain In 7 the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot tbsbackof the urinary passage It corrects Inability paulliCItorbadVine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessii7of being compelled to jo often the and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extrov ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is sofi It stands the highest for Its won derfulcurej of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery r V and a book that tells more about It bothseht t absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer UIpJIootCo Binghamton NY When writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper a constant fire and to all appearances the Insurgents would make a desper ate atand and their works would have to be carried by storm Three rldfel led up to the hill on which the insurgent flag had been but now the flag was moved to a fort far up on a peak to our left where it was defiantly floating in the breeze the emblem pi ignorance and of bar barism The second division advanced along the middle ridge The third division marched about a mile across the valley to the ridge on the right and began the ascent There were three peaks on this ridge On the third and lar gest peak was an insurgent fort The first division ascended the middle ridge a short distant then passing through a gap In the ridge amidst a han of bulltts finally succeeded in crossing to the left ridge which was within 5ooyards of the ridge occupied by the enemy The Filipinos here had three forts several rifle pita and trenches This ridge occupied by the Insurgent fortifications towered high above the other two rldgea along which the first and second see tion of the Americans are advancing toward the summit ol the mountain which was In the center ol the enemy a stronghold Conld the Americana gain this high central position It would command all the surrounding I peak and make all the other rebel positions untenable The Americans slowly but surely advancedalong the crest ol the two ridges keeping under cover as much as possible When open stretches had to be passed It was done by rushes always in a hall ol bulleta The ene my could shoot and had the exact range of both ridges Had not the Americans kept well under cover but lew would have lived to tell the tale The men on the left ridge had the hottest time as they were almost dU rectly under the enemys works It was In passing a gap that the first was wounded ills name is John II Norton Co A 6th Infantry After advancing several hundred feet up the rlJge they came to a rifle pit out of which the enemy fled on their approach Co C 6th Infantry took possession of it while Co Aol the same regiment pressed on led by its commander Lieut Child They crossed another gap and going on for some distance came toa peak on the ridge which they ascended The band ol man could not have devised aa complete a death trap aa that In which they Sound themseves About 700 yards to the left on a peak was an Insurgent fort 200 yards further on the same ridge was a rifle pit and 500 yards away up on the mountain was another rifle pit The fire from all three was soon directed on Co A ot the 6th only 27 strong but those brave boys promptly rose to the occa sion To remsln Inactive or to try to dunce in the raking cross fire would mean being slaughtered like sheep so Co A held Its position and sent volley alter volley Into the rifle pits ahead It was here that the only American killed In the whole battle met his death Shortly after Co A ascended the peak and were in the midst of the terrific cross fire a bullet pierced his heart and he uttering a groan fell over dead Co A continued to send volleys into tile rifle pita ahead until the peak which they were on seemed almost like a timing volcano Finally they succeeded In silencing the two rifle pits but aa their ammunition was about exhausted and the supports failed to come up they remained for about two hours and receiving no support were ordered to tall back to the rifle pit previously captured In meantime another man had been wounded out of Co A- While Co A was up on the peak In the cross fire and sending volleys in return Co C was in the rifle pit sending volleys into the fortifications on the opposite ridge In the meantime the second dIvI- sion on the middle ridge advanced under cover as far as they could then their sharp shooters did fine work In picking oft the enemys sharpshoot eta and shooting into the enemys worksIt now 430 pm The ad vance was commenced at 6 a in and had not stopped to test or eat and tne majority of the men were well nigh exhausted So it was decided to discontinue hostilities for the day A few sharpshooters continued to harrass the rebels until dark while the rest of the troops ate supper and lay down to sleep with their guns beside them Thus ended the first days battle The American casualties for the day were Win M Hanley Corn pany A 6th Infantry killed John H Noreou Company A 6th Infantry wounded in arm ameaCoDwIY com pony A6th Infantry wounded in leg Arthur Company C 6th In fantry wounded in leg Sergeant Covay Company K igth Inlantry wounded in chest After ten hours of continual bard fighting the Americans had succeeded In getting hall way to the summit of the mountain which was the key to the Philippine Gibraltar Toward evening the enemys flit was not nearly so accurate as in the morningAs the story published about a mountain battery of two guns In the ad vance center It was conspicious by Its absence as no such thing is on the bland oi Cebu What was the out look for next day The enemy marfe a very deter mined stand one rifle pit had ben captured and two more had been si lenced yet It appeared that the re mainder of the way to the summit o1 the mountain would have to be con tested Inch by inch with a probable lou of many men Nevertheless our brave boys slept and peacefully as II at howe Day dawned and soon everybody was awake The dead and wounded had to be kent back to Cebu Company A 6th Into fantry had been in the hottest of the battle the day before and was there lore chosen to return with the dead and wounded to Cebu They left at 9 am and alter a very difficult march over ridges down mountain slopes through ravines streams and wading creeks they arrived about 3 pm very much exhausted Early the same morning Sept 23rd the remainder ol the force advanced up the ridges cautiously bnt no en emy was to be seen They fired volleys into the forts and trenches No reply Then the truth burst on lhemI Then were they masters 01 the sltua tion The Gibralter of the Philip pines had fallen for under thecover of darkness the enemy had evacuated their strongholds and fled The insurgents occupied another mountain about three mites away bnt It Is nothing like the position which they left The men engaged In the battle and the loses are aa follows Co A 6th Infantry 28 men I killed aqd 2 wounded Co C 6th Inf 16 men IIwounded igth 3rd battalllon JOOI men wounded CosAIKand M 23rd Infantry about 75 men nonekilv led nor wounded The ist Tenn Vole 400 men none killed nor wotijid edinakinga total ol a little over 800 men present but in reality the ostI ol the fighting was done by Cos A and C 6th Infantry Co K 19th In fantry and M 23td Infantry h j o- Bunt XOXlXliii KMYHH tMtpBtglit EliIrA a 7 Bachelor of Arts tel always thought Phllllmore wasp BA So he is Well he assured me of the con trary All the same hes a poet an artist and a musician and hes no In tention of marrying Jude LUOUl A sTitCh IN TIMK linN nine HogW TonIc new Improve taU pleaiant taken In early spring and Fall pre Ttj Chilli Dcune and Malarial Fevrn Acton the liver tone up the lyitero lletter thin qulnlrw Innrantiwd try It At DruggUti ne andtlMbottlM 3SS61 Ordering by this Card Diner to restuarant waiter What have you got for dinner Walter Roast beef fricasseed chick en stewedIamb bash baked nfrled potatoes College pudding milk tea and coe Diner Give me the third lourtbI fifth eighteenth and nineteenth syllables Be cripple nnityhan11yword as victim or rheumatism lIe U not only bent and twisted but also racked with pain so cruet wat he envies the crip ItumpilODg leg whistling as i be Rheu matum la known today II a blood oo1ybeblood That powerful icine Dr Pierce Golden Medical Dis corery clquuea the blood of the acid which cause rheumatism When the blood Is cleansed the rheumatism is cured There is no alcohol MedicalDIacou fret from Iwn cocaine and- all other narcotics 1IIr C J cKialgbt WLUjamnurgCou 4 ban u for IwelT 7 to tad it time I mold cot leave my bed I wujkaelr rippled Tried 007 doctor and a taeta m e up to die None them did ID aarceodt The paine la back hip 14 ie lao4 at ttmu In lay headwoubi neatly ins n Ur apcetlt was very bad dy who uw rai said I mult I took Interfile of flout Wr4IeaI DltcoTcrr asd four tab of feUtU sad today ay hennI sitar iuffertig twelve Jun with rbeu Ul1I bythe THE DEMOCRAT STATE PLATFORM Kentuckyinthe following declarations of princi pleaFirstWe heartily endorse the magnificent platform adopted by the national Democratic convention at Kansas City on July 4 1900 and al so the splendid ticket named by said convention and pledge the Demo cracy of Kentucky to an earnest cor dial and active support of said ticket SecondThe entire History of the Democratic party has demonstrated tnat it has always been the champion and defender of the rights of the great common people tttriT HAS RVfiR INSISTED THAT TIIK WILL OF THE MAJORITY SHALL CON TROt AND THAT TilE MINORITY MUST CHEERFULLY AND WILl LINGLY ACQUIESCE THEREIN l ADVOCAfED1AND ELECTIONS SHALL BU FAIRLY CONDUCTED AND THE RESULT HONESTLY ASCERTAINED 1 1 WE RECOMMEND THAT THE ELECTION LAW OF 1898 WHICH WASRNACTED TO PRE orIOF TillS STATE AND WHICH WAS A MARKED IMPROVEMENT UPON THE THEN EXISTING LAW BUT WHICH HAS NOT PROVED SUFFICIENT FOR THAT PURPOSE BE AMENDED SO AS TO SECURE THIS END SO THOROUGHLY THAT TilE MOST HYPOCRITICAL CAN FIND NO EXCUSEFOR CHARGING FRAUD OR UNFAIRNESS TO OUR PARTY IN 1111 CONDUCT OF TIlE ELEC TIONi Until such amendment can be en RctedbjTthe general assembly we de dart thai the Republican party shall have representation upon both the Statrand all county boards of eke tipri commissioners j We declare Jo the world that the man and the assassin shall not be the arbitrators of the rights of the clli ze88oJLKentuckynor shall the penal- tyofhpeal to the law and the regu 11tr litutedanthorltle3 be death lit the hanih otassasolnSi Laj and orV dec must and shall prevail in Ken tuckyThirdWe present to the people of Kentucky the picture of an army ol Intimidation unlawfully quartered In the public buildings of the State a State Senator in the discharge ol his duty to the State stricken dcwn by an assassins bullet fired from am bush in the executive building then occupied by his politicaladversary who hope to profit by lila death that adversary arming filling and sur roundIng the building with armed len instructed to defy the civlt au thorltles and prevent search for the assassin the same political adversary apd Republican pretender by force dtssolvlpe the Legislature in viola tion of the constitution attempting by military power to force the Leglss ture to meet in a veritable slaughter pen for the Democratic members driving its members through the streets ol Frankfort at the point of the bayonet forcibly preventing the Legislature from meeting In its lawful and proper place keeping armed riotous and disorderly men under the very window of the room where lay dying the assasins victim driving the Court of Appeals from the capital aiding with the soldiery and spurious pardons those lawfully accused of capital crimes to flee from justice and by military force defying the writ of habeas corpus the same Republican pretender fleeing from the State alter Indictment and remaining a fugitive from justice protected by an open violation of the constitution ol the United States alter having declared to the people cf the State I am a citizen of this State and amenable to its laws I am not a criminal neither shall I ever be a fugitive from justice Whenever indicted I shall appear for trial And we confidently declare our belief that a majority of the people in Kentucky favor the preserva tion of law and order of both civil arid personal liberty and the malnte ance of the constitutional rights of of the peopleDemocratic doctrine which is the hope Jind inspiration of every true Democrat Fourth We denounce the action of Governor Bradley In using and per sonally commanding the military force of the State to control the election and Intimidate electors at the election of November 1899 In violation of the constitution and laws of the commonwealth Fifth The Democratic party ex presses the deepest and sincerest grief over the untimely end of its disttng ulshed leader and friend of the great commonwealth Governor William Goebel Ills name and fame is and will remain a sacred heritage of the Democrats of Kentucky Sixth We earnestly Invite the support by voice and vote of every sincere 0 p lover of civil and personal liberty to join with us in this campaign against the forces gathered under the banner of a government by asstslnatlon The true manhood of Keatucky can not and will not Indorse assassination as the means to obtain possession of office and we appeal to every Demo crat and every good citizen of Ken tucky to unite with the Democratic party and thus express his detestation ol a foul crime We Indorse the administration of Gov J C W Beckbam and point with pride to its submission to and steadfast fealty 16 the law during the most troubulous exciting and pen lous days of the commonwealth S Doat Teifco Spit aid Saab Tour Wfc lea To quit tobacco eailly and loriltr be wag netlo full ot 111 ann and tlgor take NoTo Bac the wonderworker that tnsk wiakaea strong All druggistaWorli Curecuario teed Booklet anti umpl Ire Addnas Stirling Itimedy Co Chicago or Nw vail I I I Exact Miss SentimentWere you ever disappointed In love Eligible Widower Two and a half timesMiss Sentiment Two and a half time Eligible Widower Yes twice mar clod and once rejected Omaha Bee CA XOnXAJleuatU lhaKlndYosKatiAiss 1S Bubt Bgutut Ydor That Accounts for It GeraldI wonder how Ananias got such a reputation as a liar Geraldine I suppose he told Sap pkira she was the only girl he had ever loved Harpers Bazar e What among human IIiare 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 eta in bottle tubes 75C For sale by J II Williams ePhilippine Lottor Cuaitel de Molato Manila poI June Jo 1900 EDITOR RrmuBUCAN Hoping that these lines may be of some interest to you lied your mAny reader Ile spectfully submit them for your In spection This Is only a brief review by a unit of a few events On the nth of May 1899 the Second Dilut ion companies D H I P and K landed at ManllaP I and blvonacked on the Luntta During the day we brushed off the biine and plunged Into a new Khaki uniform The next day we marched to block house NO5 From then till May 14 1900 company I has been In Manila two nights and these only in passing Ours has been the chase of the Pino and the feast of hard tack ours the path of danger We were with Lnwtona flying column front June 9 1899 to June isth being under fire at Guadaloupe Ridge Los PInos and in n veritable hot bed atZipote river where companies I and P acting as a reconnaissance in force found the enemy in strong force and position and held them In check till reinforce ments enabled them to charge Other IItakIngmaking our lines secure by bout teah hWadingswimming small steams pushing our way through bamboo Jungle at nighty to surprise parties who were our outposts sleeping on the wettl ground or doing outpost duty a cloud of mosquitos the very skisoweeping copious tears at our plightb 1no1Beefwere absent and not accounted for No dreamy eyed maiden of the far East brought us eggs and fish in sea sonthey were not allowed beyond our Inner lines The commissary served not the dainty short cake and Ice cream but better days came to us We had sonic pretty hot fighting in October and many previous expeditions Ive not mentioned I was with a partyof sharpshooters oi the twenty eight at La Teresa July 12 1899 We were attacked by overwhelming mint bers but fought our way to the near est bill sow which we drove them Into the forest and seeing our rein forcements they fled Into the moun- taIns One of our party straggled of and was taken He Was retaken in March 1900 Another sunk suddenly while crossing a swift stream I think he was wounded1T- he enemy left five dead on the field and evidence ofis1any wounded Company I has lost three killed In action nine wounded and a total of nineteen deaths No suicide and none I quite loco yet Now weare codec cooling properly Tls a short walk to the luencta whete some bands live a concert most every night Yours c- BARKARD IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Jobf Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable CATARRHIINERVES DESTROYED BY rr iaXr BlMrt B MaaiaU tke Great Romantic Attar fir Hartsaa Colambai 011101 Mrs O C Filler of IS4K South you Dear MirTha belli of Privaa at strait Columbus O wettesT JTor tin hind II to cpleadU and moat invlg or fifteen years I hay been subject to spellbratsT rod ItsaakMsatf1lUkeaw snug feeling I was suffering froa BM Tours alactreljr It D M ntll what li called nervous proit tk a 1 OaUnk to oat of ba vaya In which a consulted several physician wba anYloodIa radloat sure ot ekroota oatarrh ana mediate relief to all my dbagreeabl spuMe directly taroBih thaaen1D symptoms Dr Hartmans latest book 1foaUasthmuoon clrealaUo sent tree Address Columbus OWe A BA2TCH tflL ThIBVLTIeU Tt y aint a itgthtn on the crick Tha Mi lIaID troubles tom M thick Am1 reckon trtry dsy- I lilt sow amntlD play That coats lee lib a cnttlo dirt To rip the stitches ol my brtDont IM a thing at boa but apsis- Seese pop he fined the Democrat Ma h a troaw UcKtnley man An pop was too tau time tie ran Fur rmldent an goodnw mil nut how they whooped an danced when he Vaa letted I Ilunged each other H Ute crazy loren do I gattt lint now they crap lib dog an cati Kenee pop he Jlned the Democrats I He lay the trust ha sot their feet night on our neck an trya to eat The vital out o Uarle Sam LIU vulture an hill Je bedim II be kin line ip with a mob That eat the omllYN him the cob He think theyre was than piety rate Hence pop he fined the Democrats Mr till him ol BUI DIU Bryan aint Noway related to a eelnt Aa bin flit bark bID Inn MeKlnley aint no sugar pill Then hell pit riled an hi11 irit bet Doth lay lia tother talkla rot ADO they hare their daily spat eucepopbjlned the Democrat Ma threaten at dlrom aa he Je grit kla teeth aa aaye ef ski Feel like Junpla tram tbs track They aint no trig to hot her buk I An so theyll chaw the rig an light From mornln plDDlIm np to night Apoandln at each other slat Hence pop he fined the Democrats nat what a satin me my beau H a strong lUpob from head to t- AD pop calat argy him to drop HI rnulne an make a flop I1 time he come pop kicked 10 hard It sent him hall way crot the yard JM like them circa acrybaU Aa I say darn the Democrat Denver Pot c eu OXtXJaV Iara e IJpatanf MZIa Her Electric Spark Millie The young lineman twirled his hat bis bands in aa agitated manner nd spoke la a voice that seemed to ave a tendency to get away from im Millie the tact is IIth rea omdhln Ive bees wanting to tell ou a long time but I cant seem to fetch it When you look at me like you know it breaks me all np ve been coming here so long that I- ughtnt be afraid I recon bntI ut you know how it Isor maybe on dont either I thought I could ay it all right when I came In but oure a little the Hvest wire I e- verBLOOD v K V t K K Jj1IDIaobat lira la lop a wrtoa rae will eyaiptoauT Son throat clears a Ik to tafpalaalUkla l ika asia ion or I wInipotaia wklck l7 Ipprieiii the ympto qaacnazArManDky kwBk Ma that tIIIMM1kaTtt base alruly careS ky is NEW 111 expertItNERVOUSeva MBW MBTHOID TS1BA if ya Ua4tr Its Ulliaaca ibs train iluppeathatCa tic gU aid ctstawyy sitar to I aleyauaa ata 1 alldralaaiao Tks varUu err au Scm extant sad aurrlag ciuot be a faUlNo We liTite sad free of ckirr Dot lot aaacke denies wg WILTs cusa Yrnroit tic tarOKax5AtibgR lauau sa4s1eteed JmJIBBkttuyeubli Ha ya wil eess IIGroDAUMatrrHMaMU Uss15luMLIR-NsUiI HM11 ttMiKM list M4 CM si T ORS KENNED uS WALNUT ST I didnt think it would be so hard when 1- Here he came to a dead stop Millie he exclaimed in despera tion Im short circuited I Ive burned out a fusel Jerry are you trying to ask me to many you Y yea Why of course I will you foolish boyAnd loves current flowed unob structedly again lighting np with ita pure radiance the rose embowered pathway that etcChIcago Tribune A Modern Example NoddI wonder il miracles will kappen again Todd One happened at my house only the other day A thunderbolt street within a few feet of my wife andshe was speechless tor thltr minutes Detroit Free Press 1- TM 0I11III Daky brlaJII or polo Its for the olliel to decide good health aad a womanly 0t1tarWm- 1D0thullood but to a womans atUacUTCBCM MELNWS OlirdulII thee vital omn U its a mother for babys coming By nvltaliilng the nerve oentrea it chubby crowing yoaagstoM to thousands weak women w reortd they were barren It purUea heals regulates and strengthens and U or all tatwoWdPoradvic In case reguhifagapeeW t1ThUnooge Ttnn X3sLouzsAAI3 sfJeesoGe- esrWku I 5nlSyoWlx ttJlws ass macsea reelspet Mge air sididre- eIhaSaeaaidbb r K OISONw yea ore sever sal ateie tki vices or At has joe S alarmist symptoms loilowiagIreamassi4ictionIlk the eld fogy treatneatmercory asS plllwllteuperItoaja msrat mru bakd patiettatThoD I I ut aarit4aota Fitcl up bat a p- oelDEBILITY I 1IBBT wIn cxii roti sad make a mu coea actIve Ike blood purisM aotaat rl ski Birre become akroar aa steel M brighta M leams mere vital west from U 17ttm- nil IT You fist yourself a mau sad know Ill the afflicted to coaiaU is cosdeatialiy ia- Afkin reb you eg llOU knIa4 WUJOftSS1UtoruMcallar Se eisa aidweeiw CIne gaana coat8D91aUa04 hrotueIuSes 1401101 llUoetratedloaDUuMaol I Sla Vulcoctle BUlctara sad Gleeu- to 0a bases ir nlipn Knntllaf ratla FU fir HUll f KERGAN CINCINNATIOHIOeK J Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 27 FON nnd LON ROGERS Edltpri ToleptioiioI3iA3ln033 Ccco CS Lord FiUiut htar Hartford Putt CaJncorpcralei Entered at Hartford postolfici is secondclass mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET amt IHEHllltT- V7n 01 0O- IOhlo roll VICE iiusiiiivr TLsoicr OOOJot OlXrw York ionei0YE1tNIII oho W =ariaO- h Hey ii towns tort EoNG n rt PI 07IIrcrkrnriiitc runty WILL some Democrat tell us whal they have done with that 2383 mat majority of Taylor e TAYIeIt received iu the election 01 1899 113714 votes Ooebel 1913 votca Goebels alter the contemn II acting Governor Is this major rule which wo read ol in Dctuocn ic platform Mil BUCKHAMS private life lube spotlcts but such cannot be truthfully said of his public record fur he is now living in a stolen house and spending the money which wal placed in the States Treasury by thE people of Kentucky for the especial use of one W S Taylor THAT Lexington platform may loo clean and clcarcut to some pcople We cant say as to that tiuce it all depends upon the cobr of the gll1li through which they see To the mal deprived of his vote it looks radical dillernt being composed of dodgii miileading and prevaricating SCD lencea DtmiKO the contest at Fruukft the Democrats failed to prove in OU instance where the Republicans com muted fraud yet they say in theh Lexington mealldcrin76tbat they favol amending the election law of 18J8 whichwas enacted to prevent Republican frauds but tailed lie so amen ol that this end may be nucompliehe Certainly this is Democratic hilarit THOSE men who talk of McKinl oppresiiiun and hard times sped nonsense and fully Who talks harl times now any way Demncralic of Beeseekers and calamity howlers There is not a single article wired the farm for which there It not readJ sale at an excellent price Tbcsi calamity breeders expect the Feder Government to spread money broa cast for them and if they will con tinue long enough they may get it THE citizens of Ccntertown will or ganize a Liberty Club the Grit Satu day night in August This is index the proper move for nil liberty lovir citizens to take and Centertown Is I good place for this work to begin 11 should be taken up by the citizens 0 the county and pushed until the vei day of the election Not only shoul these leagues be organized in thll county but throughout the State Gpebeliam must be buried beneath overwhelming majority tubs lull ant the proper way for it to be done Is t organize thoroughly Not one hone conscientious Brown Democrat tfJ twentywill accept Bcckhani as a coo promise Tbey are just as anxious I crush the machine now as they wet iu 1899 The same spirit is imbibe in tbe platform and most assured they will reject it Col J S R Wedding and County Attorney MI Heaynu will address the club at Cer tertown August 1th Everybody op pulled to Goehcliaru will be welcome Tim Mr Wedding of whom thl Herald spoke this week has been Democrat since the war He supported Oreely in 1872 Tilden in 1876 Hancock in 1880 and Cleveland 1884 Since that time he baa bee an independent If the Herald cat this Republicanism then Mr Wed ding wasa Republican As for Judgl Millers cuur e it was generally ut derstood to have been run whe he and Mr Ringo were billed t defend Goebelism at McHenry In fall Tile speech iu tbe conventio here on the 18th of tuba mouth sur prided no one The Herald Is certainly aware that tbere has been quite I falling out of the Democratic ranks t this county and State in the last twen ty years if its editor has not playb Rip Van Winkle nil this while W had the pleasure to meet twentyfiv Brown Deinucrto iu the Louiavill convention last week from Davies county quite so many from FayelU a uuiuberfrom Franklin and mm othen from different sections of th tjtalp and these men are among th beat in your ranks They have lei you for all tune uulesa you rebuk Goebelism And what are you going to do about itl We might mention l number of lifelong Democrats in tbll connty who have left you for good many of them others until you reI pudiatp Gocbeliam What are you going to do about that Will you disclaim Goebelism or will you continue kicking these men further and fur ther from your door We desire that you express yourself What will you do about it lye Powers Trial I The rowers trial at Georgetown Is progressing very slowly and will in all probability continue many tlaY8 yet In many respects it Is the moet remarkable case in American hiato For the first time in the history of the State men from foreign countries have been imported to purchase testl money to deprive a citizen of tbe liberties guaranteed him by the cont atitution But this is tbe state oft fairs Kentucky Tom Campbell a noted and notorious criminal layer has been brought to thia Hlate add placed in charge of 8100000 to buy enough witnesses to hang IV lor anddamn the Republican party so tays James Andrew Son This man in charge of the corruption fund has been turned loose iu the mountains of this State and Yergillla to hunt Qut witnesses that can acd will swear to the point One wltnw admittedon the witness stand tbllt Tom Campbell had dictated hia teall money anti then like a phonograp took the stand and sang his lhle tuneIn addition to this the defense hl to fight a biased aud partisan court On past Monday the court played bOlh court and prosecution He actual argued the case with the defend oj counsel and set forth what the prolo cution bad proven and persisted aim thin line until exGo John Youi Brown entered exceptions to the argu meet which Judge Cantrill had mad Under such proceedings it will be a- I miracle if every man accused Is Dol sentenced to hang Kentucky lOa I well stand aghast before this revol tionary jurist and Ills manner of COli ducting the lowers trial for everJ man who opposed Goebel stands con detuned in this cour- tDemocratic Disintegrations After a period of one hnndn yearsof control in State politics the Dem ocratic party from every nOllk and corner laces political disintcgr Lion From its rank the brain anll sinew the statesmen and men of poh tical intelligence heve becu drive installed in their stead those whll 1have not the good of their party al heart much lees their motherKe I lucky In days that have past for all time Kentucky wa regarded th Gibraltar of American Democrac ao styled Then Its Interests wert directed under capable leadeiahi Not so now It has no Beck to brit laurels home to crown ita cause an1 no Buckner in the chief majestracy tll elicit the praise from a gieatful ni tion It has deserted its Breckei ridges ite Lindcaya and Its Carlisle whoso counsels have graced tbe ur tiona cause and in their stead accep I ed the counsel of men like Blackbur and Beckham and the late Willis Goebel and Woodson Thus we seE t a change in the history ofn politics I party and thus we recognize Its cei r lain ruin For more than one hut I tired years the people of Kentuck I have enjoyed the blessings of a peas ful and psosperous Commonwealtl I luring this time twenty seven elec I lions for Governor have been held ex I eluding tbe election of 99 and in all t this number the State has never been I barraased by a contest of the defeate candidate but in this enlightens I period at the close of the nineteen century Kentucky has been humilial I ed by the moat shameful curl big handed contest ever conceived of b human intelligence It Is true thai Kentucky hilt been solely under awa of the Democratic party since the war until 1895 when W 0 Bradley wa chosen Governor by a majority of little less than 10000 votes and contest was never dreamed of IIJ 1890 the State again gave a R publ can majority for President for tbE first time in halfa century and no- tlone word was ever uttered about con- testingI In the election of 1897 thE I State returned an old time Demo cratic majority of 17000 undo the same law and not one word wa ever uttered in behalf ofa contest I and not until 1893 was any prepara tiona ever made for a contest cithe L for the Governors chair or any of tbE I minor State offices But Jn that year a new politica fakir stepped aboard the od Demo ratio ship which bad been anchoret I for years on the declaration ihat the najority of tbe governed shouldrule I ore frofn Its mast head the flag 01 jonorand victory aid invite steal ircctcd one of dishonor and political destruction This Da vM in spired by the hope of political prestige md supremacy constructed opolitt cal chmiotj in which he might easily be conducted to the highest honor it be gift of the people whether the t willed lijnt not It is to tbia preceo- wain architecture that Kentucky ascribes all her woes There ia natbing more indicative of lost prestige than the institution of a contest after years and years of unquestioned rule this certainly Is tho pcrdicamcnt into which the Dem critic party has fallen The Democratic Platform At Lexington last Wednesday displayed the second Democra platform indorsing what hasbecome in tho eyes of Kcntuckians an aboml nation the Goebel election law with some light changes recommend The lines fur tho fall campaign bave been clearly drawn It Is clearly demonstrated that it Is the llosses against the people as it was in tbe the last State election It has been the custom for more than one hUD Bred years in fact ever since thE birthof the State for the ttefelel1 candidate to acquiesce therein Through the possibilities of the elec lion law now diprncinc tho States records men who have been defentcll have only to express n desire for 11 office which they didnt win and thl machine declares his wishes valid nlH install him in office to live ou tll bank recount cf his opponent A Frankfort site Mr Beckham in stolen chair protected by law lh ing oil the hard carded salary of William S Taylor The platform adopted at Lexing was composed by a man who e gal is unlimited and whose audacity hll never been excelled They nUeml tociver up their evil deeds bycit to past history of the original Demo critic platform The platform sap tart has ever insisted that the wil cf the majority shall control aDdlha the minority must cheerfully and wil liugly acquiesce therein 1539 II November 103714 voters said tha Gen Taylor should he Governor 0 Kentuckywhile 191331 as counte by Goebel himself wild that Senato Goebel should he Governor 218 majority votes were recorded agnlllP Mr Goebel and what slid ho anti- Democratic hi cohorts do Institute contest which they had no lIIorll right to do and stole from the righl fully elected and installed olHcer their positions of honor and tbel deposits which had been placed t their credits by the people of Kentui Senator 11 illiam Goebel was the mal who led this thievery against the wi1 of an overwhelming majority and lIr Beckbam Is the man falling heir to corrupt and stolen office Those 238 votes have never been erased ani they stand tOMlay registered agalns William Goebel and yet his follllt era declare tbat the will of the lIIajor ity shall control and the minor acquiesce therein while this declai lion was being made a minority man a political thief and scoundrel th recipient of stolen goods was anxious awaiting to approve this lying aMer tionContinuing the platform declare tfS that all elections shall be fairl conducted nod the result hOI1 estly nscertainedSO We serious doubt the sincerity of this asaertic and those who fathered it WhiJ we know that there ia not n scintilla of truth in it In the last death every county and precinct in tb Slate were under the tmmedia guardianship of one party In Lou i villa on the night before the election 87 Republican election oflicera wer removed and Democrats installed 1 their stead this Is not assertion bu history The result was not hon eatly ascertained and all Kent uci knows that to be true In the coiii ties of Jefferson Johnson Martin aDI Miigdflin the votes cast for the mini officers were thrown out while tb same votES were counted for member of the Legislature Honest man t appeal to you was this result unties ly ascertained Continuing tho pie form says lrWE REC071 MENd THAT TUB ELF riots LAW or 1898 WHICH WAS EN ACTKDTO IKEVENT TilE IlElETIOX 0 WELL KNOW HLTUDLICAy FIIAU1 IS CEKTAltf lI8TltICT8 OF 1I1IS SlAl ANti WHICH WAR A MARKED IMIROV MENT UPON TilE THEN KXISTINII LA I- nUT WHICH HAS NOT PROVED HUFF CIEST Ion THAT PURPOSE HE AMENI CD BO AS TO SECURE THIS END 1 I THOROUGHLY THAT Till MOST HYP l CRITICAL CAN FIND NO EXCUSE FC CIIAKUINO EUAUD OR UNFAIIINE891 lOUR PARTY IN Tim CONDUCT OF Til ELECTIONlgJa j ThiS Is a direct thrust at the eleven Jistrict the law ia saId to have bee I jnaclcd to prevent frauds in this di riot and Blackburn wagered hi oafs Interest In Heaven perhaps I very small spaceagainst a counter sit penny that Republicans could nol I uDder the Goebel structure conical j frauds and every other stumper Sl declared This law which has give tl those men rejectee by tbe people the property of other men i not to be repeated but amended S- las to accomplish the purpose for wbic it was designed Wo tail to se wherein the law can be amended tl letter serve its fatherthe Democrat ic party It goes unchallenged tha very precinct in the State wa nanned by Goebel Democrats eacl ounty board end the State board it self Honest sober fairmindci democrat if there bo such and w grant that there are many how ii the name of common sense could Re publicans commit frauds under these circumstances If your party with every advantage that can bo given tc man Is tiuabe to prevent Republican frauds dout you really think it uuI worthy your support Why is this amendment proposed To dccciv the Brown Democrats whom the had hoped to regain by some blind proposition but this will fail for the+ t men are the most conservative the most sensible coil the molt intclligcu in the ranks of thu original Demo cratic party In the Eleventh District where Ihe Republicans have been so nntnri min the commission of frauds under IIII old law the Republican party nude the Uw declared to be impregnable h fraud polled a greater majority that ever in its history This law was Dot enacted to prevent Republican fraud so much as it tray to legaliz Democratic theft aa practiced al Frankfort within the pit SIX month Continuing this diabolism declare that until such amendment ia rnacri by the Legislature the Republican I hull have reprcscnlaliuti on the Sat unIt all county boards of uecii I corn nissi mere May we iuturnyuk I why this Wo wcie reprtseirtjl lt Judge Bar a very able and ecliolnrl gentlelmen in the last election in th county of Jeflerson and what did I I profit us On some of the count I boards we hail reprfscatRtives bill what did that amount tn when n mae t jirity ruled antI every imijiiiiy ir favor of the Democrats without to single exception Continuing urthei this diabolical declaration vhargea 1111 i Republican party with the asawiua t tion of Senator Goebel when they as easeinatcd him ihenuelvfp Tbe responsibility for the death of SS311iat I Goebel pies at the door of the DemiI I cratic partyand no where else 1If n men is caught stealing stocl r from a farmer or the grain from h bio or brakes into the merchants store I he is arrested and punished by fiDe- s imprisonment or both hut a man a caught stealing the liberty nod free II dons or a prospcioui and progreiv people It to bo protected by law lauded and praised by an uniuforme r public Such was the occupation a character and reputation of Mr Wil lam Goebel In his attempt to steltl the office from Governor Taylor he ilmet his death at the hand of an un known assassin and for thia crime tin organs of assassination of charade 3 andlbe enemies of civil liberty upbraidthe whole Republican party t S1OO Reward 10O TIt lYHtlrr Ol till pie will IM jilitUMl tll Iwtrn lIt tliriv b nt int niH livmM ittnr that nHrUiv bno own eia 111 rate In sill ctrsw mill that l rntarrh iIll tntnrtli ran Ipth mute iioHltlTi rate DIIW known tu tin wMlifii Irntriilty Ilitnrih WhiKitiiintfliitliMinf note Hirnt Italy Cutnrrh run l taVrn ltitfnmll1 V iftliiff iHrwllj upon the Moml unit macaw En- thawnttlwp nynlnutliiTrfiy ilntrnjrlnir tin rouml nlliiii ot tie illmiM amt riving the pntlin strength br ballillnv up tha mnntltntlun am mwMInK nntnrr In iliilnv Un work Tbrpreprk turn bus itiaiti filth III ltnrtirntlveniHfrN f that they iilfir tin liunilrMl ilollam fur nny in Hint It lull tu rum S nil fur tint ul ti tliuuii oils V AililrND F1 lJlliNiV Toil 11- SciM liy UrngaLda 7Iu 1IIteNotice I The Emancipation league of Ohii e countywill hold a general buslnes e meeting on the 6th day of August Ir90o at 10 oclock A M All offi cers and committees earnestly request- ede to be present Every citizen re quested to attend tRDNFToNSecy TLV n1 VSrARVfD 1agrowthof comesfrom of hair fdThey hasirIt is starved It keepspa coming out gets c thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual The only good hair food l you cant buy I 1S I tl- feeds I stops Istarvation and the a thickand I long It cures dan also Keep a t yourdressing J It always restores I color to faded or gray hair Mind we says always rleoaboltle All druggliU 1 VigortotrM for the lair Sly hair wu I very lad to 1 thoaeut1 would Ur a bottle of It I had UHd only one bottle and tny hair t rraihickfalJlrfou and is now I bloexrearLeJraytaisae Y 1 Writ thf Doctor TheRdtlion you Rod about your hair YouI freeAdLowell Mull I OUR DEMAND ON CHINA Emperor In His Appeal Disclaims Responsibility for Disturbances Washington July s4The follov lug correspondence between the Prci lilent of the United Stares and tbr Emperor of China was made public h the Sttte Department today Translation ol the cablegram received by Minister Wu on July 20 1900 tram the Taolal of Shapgha dated July 19 1900 Have tecelvetl a telegram from Governor Yuan ol Shantung dated 2Sd ol this moon July 19 who bav received from the Privy Council at Peking a despatch embodying an 1m pedal letter to the President ot thl United States has instructed me t transmit that to your excellency Tim 1MPKK1AL MKS3AGB The imperial message is rrspec fully transmitted as follows The IJmpoier of China to tile Kxce lency the President ot the Unite States Greeting China has lung maintained fiend relations with the United States Rnll is deeply conscious that the object 01 the United States international eom merce Neither country enterta the least suspicion of distrust toward the other Rrcent outbreaks of lit lunl antipathy between the p nplr and the Christian missions abed th foreign powers to view with rutplcii the position of the Imperial Government as favorable to the people ateJ per jkilcial to the missions with tIt csult that the Taku forts were at tacked nnd captured Cnnrrqurntl there has been clashing of forces with calamitous const qtiences The silltA lion has become more Otis more lIer ions and critical We have just r celved a telegraphic memorial pro our envoy Wu Ting Pang and it I highly gratifying tout to learn tbEt the United States Governmenthavh in view the friendly relations between the two countries has taken a deep Interest In the present sltuatlo Now China driven by the irresistit course of events has unfortunate incurred wells nigh universal Indiga lIon but settling the prevent dlffi culty China places special reliance in the United States We address thb message to Your Excellency in all sincerity and candidness with tbe hope that Your Excellency will Je vise measures and take the ioltlatl in bringing about a conceit of the powers for the restoration of orter and peace The favor of a kind reply is earnestly requested and atraitc with the great anxiety KWAN Hsu Twentysixth year sixth moot twentythird day July 19 It Is therefore my duty to transmit the above with the request that Your Excellency in respectful obed 1 once of imperial wishes will deliver the same to its high dastlnatioi and favor me with a reply liu LIEN YDKN Taotnl at Shanghia Rwang Hsu twentyaslxth yea sixth moon twentythird day Ouly 19 1900 RKPLV OP PRESIDENT This cablegram was at once cam muhicated to the President at Cat ton O and the following is his replyThe President ol the United States to the Emperor cf China Greeting- I have received Your Majestys uici sage of the 13th of July and am glAv to know that Your Majesty recognlzi the fact that the Government and people of the United States desire 01 China nothing but what Is just an equitable The purpose for whit we landed troops in China was tbe rescue of our legation from grave danger and the protection of the lives and property ot Americans who were sojourning in China in the en oyment of tights guaranteed thet by trenty and by International law The same purposes lire publicly de lager by all the powers which have landed military forces in Your Ma j jrstys empire MMjestysI nave murdered the Minister of Germany and a member of the Jipanes Legation and who hold beselged In Pekin those foreign diplomats win till survive have not only receives any favor or encourgement iron your Majesty but are actually In ebtlllnn againstthe imperial author ty If this be thecase I most o1emn urge upon Your Mnjestys govermen to give public assurance whether the reign Ministers are alive and if son what condition 2 To put the diplomatic represen atves of the powers in immedlati and free communication with theli erpective governments and to re move nil dangar to their lives and liberty 3 To place the imperial author Irii of China in communication with tbe relief expedition FO that co peratinn may be secured between hem for the liberation of tits legs loners the prottctlonof foieigers- ad the restoration of order If these objects are nccompllihj d It is the belief of this Government that no obstacles will he found to exist on the part of the powers to an arnica ble settlement of all the questions rising cut of the recent troubles and tbe friendly good otfce3of this Gov eminent will with the assent of th other powers be cheerfully placed at Your Majestys disposition for that purpose WM McKiMLRV By the President John Hay Sec rotary of State July 23 1900 GERMANY ANSVVIIKS EMPEROR Berlin July 24 Count Von Due low the Minister of Foreign Affairs made reply today to the appeal of the Emperor ot China for German rnedli lIon between the powers and the Chi neseGovcrmcnt In substance Colin Von Burlow said he would mint suhiul the telegram from the Pcklu Government so long as toe file of the logo tions and other foreigners in Pekii was not ascertained and as long as the Chinese Government had no atoned for the murder of the Germs Minlsterto Pekln Baron Von Kettelei and given guarantees that In futur its conduct will be In harmony with international law and the usages 01 civillrittun Thoe who live on farms ate lIabl to nutty accidental cuts burns Rnd brumes which bed rapidly whet HAIUARITS SXOW LINIMENT II promptly applied Price 25 Rid SI cts For sale by J H Williams a YOUNO MISN WANTED with lair education and good 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them over H prrsunn differenceMrs met the clnnel ne i her husbands place of bnsiners thlll evening and without a wordof warn Ing produced the whip and began Ill lag It over Col IitTins shoulder He made an effort to get nay bllt was followed by the irate woman who continued to rain blows upou his beck The Colonel finally managed to ity her hand and wrest the whip Iron her Mrs Gallagher was inte vlewed In mediately after the occurrence nnd said that she had come within an Inch of killing her victim She also stated that she made hIm apologize to her for the language h bad used The Colonel denies that he slandered the woman and says tinIt the whole difficulty origlnitedove his buying his whiskey at a seloo- other than Gallaghers The tiff 4 created a lot of excitement and w witnessed by a large number of pea pIe lOur Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hotha r way has so successfully treated chronic c diseases that he Is acknowledged today to stand at the head of his pro fusion in this line Ills excluslv method of treatment for Veilcocel and Stricture without the aid ofknif or cautery cures In 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Voices Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more that double that of any other specialist eases pronounced Hopeless by otbei physicians readily yield to his treatment Write him today fully your case lie makes no charge consultation or advice either at his ice or by mail Address J Newtct Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn s s Coal We will exchange coal or dellvc rom the Dr Miller flank for any hng in the Dry Goods Groceries or reed line at Hartford prices Telephone 66 JNO A ED MILLER CENTERTOWN KY July 24Mrs Harve 1111118 slowly recovering from her recent attar k of fevers and will soon be out again Mrs C H Reneer has been confined to her bed several days but 1 s bought to be some better Mr Willie James is now confined to life bed on account of malarial trouble Mr Will McLean of Mublenburi ounty has been in our town several days trying to buy q farm We undert tarid that he has bought a part f- n quire W I Rowes farmland will nod begin the erection of a house hereonMr TonI Paxton of Louisville IS visiting bis uncles L C Morton and Alvin Rowe of our town Miss Gusta Benton Is visiting In Louisville this week Mr Tom Benton of the Texas road r 1 l l t l l l 1 1 iH iri K K HHHKHHHJ4H KKHT j R T COLLINS h E Our MidSummer a CLEARANCESALEs 1 A MONEY SAVING Opportunity e- r We have inaiiyiiralod this sale on ovary itom in ourttlhouse Dry Uinuls Notiunv Ftiriiisliinj GIKHS Millin art SIIIItJII Cliithinj Kothin rwnrvod- Tho foal1nnaumcra u 4rendun7n1 lilrtnk tailvnrlitiiij ulntiuga thousand und ono price y Tho loop Iontiniioil ruing spull has boon the cause of our having today luimlrwl of dollars worth of i goods canto thins wo should Imvoat this coasol It is inipttrative thwrufiro that we SKII TIIKMIuvun 1Ihullgh many are sold at for less llin they cost us- E Our gllllt1aro bought fom the largull Manufacturer and Jolili rs in this country and bought HK cheaply staleanyiniMits mean something Von may ask how wo can affunl to do this NV dtF roily lirsl Wo need innnny mom than fjixxls Sooond If wo tin u 4erll hiiiiiln r r dllars worth out of Ibis jiresiMii tml io ruiiint stout any fall stock of d PIIlur such circiimstancosany consetuivoiv what Irit is not therefnro what vo ran AFFORD but it is too MOVK TIIKi Gonl OUT OF THK HOUSK that confront its thoii li it III LOSS to us to do so Lot us as no you lien tint this potter is not will out to attatU ur to ilw ive in any sense but wo mean s what wo say IfsaviliR from III W jmr runt iii any inducement for you to liny what dun ahull neol in the nett thirty days Wit oUr time opjiortnnity in this sate Politest attention will lwIIJs lie shown nu- Vuurs Very Truly IR T COLLINS ttifffPr 1 11 1 I tt + try 1IIII- e U Co THC TeLC PHoNtJ lIanutaotu1ed par the Southern Electrical Company f ISJSrasbv111e TennAnd be convpce l that it b tbe 1 feer of Any telephone ON THE MARKET We make a specialty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber bind Telephones With Batteries complete for GQ5y F 0 B Carl Nashville Write us for on all material used in onncction with the TELEPHONE OH ELECTRICAL BUSINESS 1 Te Are Lead gtta tees short visit to his family here 1r returning to his work MondayMrs M James spent last week Ifwith relatives in Muhleabnrg ponptyl Mr J Htflln and family vlrfted relatives near Greenville but Wqk Dr Chapman haS his yard neatly reedy to receive brick Mr II II Davis attended the liana day School convention at Beaver Dam the aitb and reports a very profitable time Why not have fettv yentiong In different parts rt dtte cpuptyi We cupid have a cohWnw tlon In each Migjttetlat dUVHct county convention each r andoy sodolng a greater interest will be h aa Heated in the work and better results obtained Wat do you My tieuphLet- ae hear from you about it tandiiand Governor but next year will bt the great time In this county 4Ve want and mast have men of tbe trUet- Republican type to fill our county offices We do not want milk and cider you tickle me and Ill tickle you men So keep your eyes open REX a Oft ThpTrack rhea means disaster and death when applied to a fast express train It is equally serious when it refers to people whose blood U disordered and who consequently bace plmplea and oresbadstomachsderangedklJneys weals nerves end that tired feeling Hoods Sarsaparilla pets he wheels back on the track waking pure 1 rich blood and cnrjng ijtbeae troubles CqnaHpitlqn Is cured by Hoods rill ase J J Notico 4rTelegraph wildtheirRiver Telephone Co and desires to iobusIness0 aMaud Backs MKlnlay New York July 74 Maud Daniels manager of the Wilbur Opera Coatw pany In a letter to the J I atate rdgokHIIIof511Qco which she lJtltf1 l gtorthlawjaey may be dljldye4 lntcv tfeT + sun ofI500 orttatilam- ount Is taken WHITE CREA VIjRMIFUGR kqtlaLain and permanent cure fijr Chilli a5For I HOT WEATHER ADVICE You knowudvlca iaCHKAP so a o nur 1IIICKS Our stock of I adffceis limited but our STOCK ot HOT WEATMEK WEAR II ABLE now is greater grander and bigger in vn1u than ever II We wnnt to advise you about our Wash Jorxls Hale Vo arc going Ii tocUioo out the entire stock nt eonm price Our 1ic Organdies ao I noW lOc Our ICo Btripe and Saucy Dimities now lOc Our JOo I Plaid Piques now l2Jo Our 10o strijio Piques now 82 Entire I line of Lawnsami Dimities that lidor lOc now 8n One lot rcm I Halts 2J and 3 yard Lawns and Dimities that sold for 20c now Co I- 1I9I epun Linen reduced from 12Jc to lOco Entire lino ol 1JJc I calenow lOc PeriI Advice to Ladies SlipperpI this line fct coo- tPresmeyeraI regular 810- Sinterif in tan i r black rung f 8150 I PrieMiieyci 81 7S HjI i I in black utily now 81 25 irkKinejita 81 if Slip t Irj in blickall ilzoj nail latest last I now SIOO and actly We lino on hand Gin dI prove errleClry r Wholesome Advice Men We want you to know that wo hara Linen Linen Suits Black CoatIS Coals anti It corns line of nubby suite to mil at reduced prices We must have rain fur suite i Ovelc uta WHICH BY THE will be What wo to give you some genuine in Summer and examine our We make prices I Advice in Our Staple Department I Wo are always on the ROCK when it comes to cvcnlay Get prices then come and see what will sell you tic Bleached C lions Sliirliiig Tablo Oil Cloth Table I I Gingham etc for THE PLACE IS I c Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 37 Illinois Contral RailroadTim Tablow- ttmrahLlnllna n t Hunlir June lib IKHi IIIHIU lamb HiMiiiil Ninth llnnnil Nntaedurttrna No ISI ilnillWn Nulurdnxrdqflu Noluling7topIi- flNo l 1w as Ii III tioIMdueYUlpti- boeal FirlRlilfc IVIilUKiMnin NnlMilu SM IiII- N II VNfiKtm AIr1t- Dfrs n Lucy A Kleina Js sIck Ice Cream Parlor When At the Slher Officf v Mr U G Rutland was in Rosin fust of the week 1 Miss Lizzie Miller is visiting In Cloverport this week Mr S L Stevens Cromwell was In town Wednesday Mr II C Shaver Beda nude us a pleasant call Monda- yDiLlewellyn Francis of wasin town utsday Miss Harriet Wkelaud of near Jt McIIcnry Is quite sick Mr W Matanzis called to see us Wednesday Mr mils Chapman of Mcllenry f dangerously of asthma- Commodwealtbs Attorney R vti Rowe Owensboro in town Svenof Mr D F McCormick feverstBorn to the wife of Mr John C f Thomas the 234 inst a fine boy Mr Speed Morgantown wo In town Wednesday end Thursday Mr C C Carter Narrows was a pleasant caller this office Teusda Mr G M Harrison of Olaton via- Ited his uncle Col J R Wedding last Friday and Saturday Rev Winkler of Owensboro vial ted the family of Mr W T Wood ward McHeniy first of the week Mrs Alfred Ealcrldge and son Edward of Vine Grove visited Mr and f Mrs Gross Williams and family las I week Mr and Mrs W G liard wick and daughter Marie Francis have return ed from a ten days visit to relative in Davlessconnty Misses Maggie and Anna Grundy who have been visiting Mrs K B r Pendltton for sometime returned ti t then home la Greenville Tuesday i natUweb tlrop aaaa 1IIN- In ttme o dregehtL CONSUMPTION sc Entire line of childrens Mies Slippers for ex cat havo one vuiipolo of IViWiievcr fall Shoes now please A lull in style fit amt quality Ilfiueinlier every pair is guaranteed or your money i- relim led if they A for Put luere Serge lelo fall anllI WAY later now is bargains Wear Callr line right wear f f elsewhere we Domes f Prints Linen Cottonailo ft a nt quite r Render P Render J is Guffy at S 11 Dr Jo Miller is on the sick list thi wek V AIfrRenfrew Dundee is seaIiously sick efflux 1 Mr SethMosleys little child fF dangerously ill of flux Master Jqmcs son of Mr and Mrs J S Glenn is quite sick Dr JR Pittles two children Miss Tuclle and Master Russell are quite sick Miss Winnie daughter ol Mr am Mrs R B Lee Sinimerman is on thl sick list Ice Cream Sherbet Soda Water and Lemonade at Ice Cream Parlor lit Singer Office Mr W K Board man Owensboro I was in the city Tuesday Mr and Mrs George Yost Louis ville are visiting Mr and Mrs L P Weetner Miss Nancy daughter of Dr and Mrs R W Ford is very sick o brights disease Miss Ida Mattock and Miss Ells Taylor Louisville are visiting Mrs Wm PaIr this week Note the tar TAG XBa on yoi r pa per and it your time has expired please call and settle arrears Mr and Mrs John T Moore returned Tuesday from Dawson Springs where they had been for some time Bring us your wool and be quick about it as the carding season will be short Highest cash price paid for wheat J W FORD Co 51 ta Mr C C Dennis of near Prenlis has been quite sick of flux for sometime but is thought to be Improving at present Misses Ada Clara and Bessie Usk ridge of Hnrdlnsburg will arrive here next week to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Gross Williams and family The Ohio County Emancipation League is making preperallons to celt ebrate the Emancipation Proclnma tlon this year in a grand style Out of thirty five applicants for teachers license in the recent examI nation four received first class thir teeusecopd class sad four third class certificates while fourteen failed rStop ItakingSotts Emulsion be cause its warm wtoLtU- I Keep taking it until you are curedIt kcal lungs and give you rich blood in sum mer as in winter Its cod liver oil made easy sOc ano 3 I All dratgbli LttttI JtP Visit the lee Cream Parlor at the Singer Office Ice Cream and Sherbet delivered to nay put of the city Telepho No 32- Miss Hattie Barnttt Louisville Is visiting her uncless family Mr John B Foster Mr Jerome Allen Jingo called to see us Tuesday- Messrs J T Morrison and L W Godsey Fordsville called to see U8 Tuctday Mrs fi P Barbour and daughter Miss Carolyn of Lellcbfield are the guests ol Mr and Mrs J H William Mrs Earl A Colllngt and children of Glenvllle arrived here Monday to blhe guests of Mrs Collings mother Mrs Lucy A Klein for several days Why worry and fret over making Ice Cream and Sherbet when you can get them in any quanity and at any time at the Ice Cieam Parlor at Singel Office The L N depot at South Car- rollton was broken into last Suuda night by burglars and the sate was blown open but no money was found therein Mr and Mrs Bennett of Russell vine Ky are in the city Mr Ben nett is here in the interest of the Roy al Tempi rs of Buffalo N Y a fra ternal order Mr Sylvester Cecil was in Beaver Dm yesterday receiving a car load of telephone poles fur the Cumberland Co for use on the line from Hartfon to Owensboro Mr Robert B Wedding who has KTCII stationed at West Point will tbl U S Engineers has been ordered to China Mr Wedding is a son uf Mrs Julia A Wedding ol this city We are Indebted to Esq W I Rowe for two large Manila cigars Ills son who has been in the Philippines for sometime sent him n box of the finest cigars which that county Is capable of producing The Knights of Equity about one hundred In number met at the Fairgrounds yesterday and enjoyed the feast which had been prepared by the I a tford Lodge An entertainment was given last night at the hall Now ctii trustees have rev moved the horses dogs and hogs from the streets to the satisfaction of aUwould it not be advisable to make the ordinance a little broader and remove from the streets all kinds of stock Those persons who have allowed their subscription account to glow delinquent would greatly favor Tin RuruiiLiCAN by calling and paying of same Good wishes are always to be desired but they wont buy printer materials Mr Lon Tweddell Is having a black smith shop built near the bridge Messrs L F and JohnS Bennett an the constructors The house Is 41 feet long by 20 feet wide and is located In such a position that Mr Tweddel will have a lage trade Mrs K B Allen and Daughter Miss Annie of Owensboro are at Sul ihur Springs Mrs Allen has been it very bad health for souse time and IS now using the sulphur water which she says is Improving her condition She will be at the Springs several lays Mr John Marlon Fulkerson who lost his mind sometime ago and was sent to the Hopkinsville asylum died In that institution and his remains were brought to his old home near Pond Run church last Monday and Interred In the cemetery at that place tie was n good citizen and a very igreeable neighbor previous to losIng his mind Mr Clayton Woodward McHenry who left sometime since for Donlphan do to make an overland trip to Mex- Ico with a friend who was In very ill health has reached Cbanute Kan and as his sick friend has grown much worse he will not be able to continue ils journey lie has wired his family rod will doubtless succumb to the de vouring disease in the sunflower State Mr James Bradteyol Horse Branch end Mrs Harriet Mathles of Owens horo were married at Mr Sylvester Whites residence Horse Branch Wednesday In the presence of quite- a crowd of friends and well wishers dr Bradley Is 68 years old and his bride 48 May it not be said that the old can love as well as the younl In this case it would seem proper to so declare Miss Birdie Nail will leave today for Memphis Tenn where she meets her lover Mr J V Britton ol Call brnia They go to San Francisco and will there be united in marriage Miss Jail Is one of Hartfords charming oung ladles and we understand that he man of her choice Is a very worthy entleman They have our best wishes for a long and happy life Mr W L S Bracken Cromwell lied Wednesday and was burled yes erday at the Fanght burying ground tear Cromwell by the Masons Mr racken was in hli 76th year He had been very feeWe for a number of years previous to his death He was very active in his younger days nod bad a good education wu one ol l- best e posted men in the bounty lIe- was never married and leaves no Immediate connection r Next Monday Hartford will ngaln welcome the teachers of the count The Institute will convene Mondi morning with Prof John C Willis as Teacher every teacher in the county who hopes to tchch in this count during present school year is expect ed to attend During the evenings 01 the week three lectures will be dl livered free to the teachers anti thn who wish to attended It Is hoped that this will be the best Institute ever held in the county Last year the county floated 30 000 worth of bonds to pay oil the otd notes which were basing 10 per cent interest These bonds were sold at a premium and only bore 4 per cent intertst During this week the sink- Ing fund committee took in rooo 00 worth of these bonds making in aU since they were floated 9000 and 4000 more will be purchased by the first of next January There is no oc casion for Ohio countys being In deb and we trust that this old lingering debt will soon be liquidated The Rough River Telephone Co will soon have the exchange at Beaver Dam completed A number of boxes have been put in already and the work Is being rapidly pushed The tele phone is undoubtedly a great conven fence and it appears now from the present showing that every community in the county will soon have a tele phone box and be In direct commuul cation with the outer world The cit Izens of Beaver Dam will have the use if the exchange here and the people of Hartford will have free communication with the citizens ol Beaver Dam The Chinese question remains unchanged It is believed that the lor dgn consuls have not yet perished but that they are In imminent danger The United States have been asked by the Chinese government to intercede but the President has advised that the uiperial government must open coin aunlcation between the nations and heir respective legations at Pekin that the foreigners must be placed In safe quarters before any Intercession cau be considered The request of Kwang Hsu and President McKinleyi reply will be found in another column Lots Havo Bottor Roads For sometime the question of good roads has been resting but we ore proud to know that our farmer friends are talking this matter over among hetnselves and In nine cases out often they concur with us in the belief hat the time has come lor a change la the road system We have bees encouraged through letters from various parts of the county com uandiug us to push the cause of good roads more actively and arouse the whole people to a sense of their duty It is generally admitted that the present road system Is inadequate for the present time while all admit that It was alt right for the early settlers o the country when very little travel was done In counties where there Is leas wealth than there Is In Ohio the citizens enjoy good roads throughout the year and we are certainly as de servIng as they We have the wealth sufficient to commence this much needed work and as the country is favored with good roads its value will enhance in proportion Under our present system we pay from 6000 to 7000 every year for the maintenance of a lot ol Inferior bridges and perhaps one third that amount for plowing on the road wblcb in reality never amounts to anything There would be no occasion for any great outlay of money for this purpose a very small levy of tax with that al ready expended would be ample U properly managed Under our system at present the farmers do all the road working and the business men other than the farm ers derive most ot the benefit there from There are a number of small towns in In the county that have perhaps levied one town tax In fifteen years while there are others that have never levied a single tax yet this class Is privileged from working the country roads Under the taxation system these would share equally with farmerWe been informed that one of the best towns In the county have collected but one town tax In fifteen years and in all this period of time not a single man has ever labored i day on the public roads There is sic Justice In such a system and the peo pie should prevail on the Fiscal court to establish a better road system 01 know the reason why A Is your livtrtired Does it fail to io its duty II so dont neglect Is caUlor help A few doses of HER nINE may save you a spell ofsickness ItlRBINE is the only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and fever Price So ets For sale by J II Nil Hams CERALVO KY Rev C W Shugart returned from Franklin Ky his old home last weekMIss MInda Wood returned recently rom Huntsville where she has been lot some months in the millinery bus- Iness Miss Hula Glenn Lewisberg vial ted Mrs Jones last week Mr V B Morton returned from Evansville Friday Born to the wife of Dan Barnes a boy Mrs Blackburn Bvansvllle Is visiting her ton Mr Butch Blackburn Miss Willie Russell Tennessee Is visiting Mrs P Jones Mr Butch Blackburntetnrned iron gvansvllle Thursday Miss Flora Everly of near here Is very sick Wheat is nearly all threshed Yield Blow the average Louis IN COLD BLOOD R A Bryan Killed by His Brotherinlaw Sam Kelly Roproof for Dad Languni used tho only Causo for tho Killing Robert A Bryan one of the be t known farmers in the county wac murdered in cold blood at his horn Sunday evening at 630 oclock by his brother lnlaw Samuel Kelly Kelly has made his home with Mr Bryan for the past thirty years llvln as one of the family He was not industrious and was only tolerated b Mr Bryan on the account of relation ship Kelley being a bachelor broth er of Mrs Bryan There had neve been any trouble between them un tit Sunday at dinncrAt the table Kell became angry about something and began cursing and swearing Mr Bryan remonstrated with him and told him he could not allow such lan gunge at his table especially as sev oral of his little grand children were present Kelly did not say anything but pushed back his chair and left the table Shortly afterward he went to Captain William Barnetta and tried to borrow iris gun It was refused him and he went to Elisha Ushers tc set his gun but he wns not at home Kelly then came to town and remaIn- ed until about 6 oclock At that hour he appeared at E G Fields on the Hartford road and tried to buy a pint of whisky Mr Field would not sell it to him his saloon being closed Kelly then went home Alter hanging around a few minutes and seeing hat Mr Bryan was not in the house ie went to Mr Bryans room and ook down a breechloading shut gun which was wrapped in a cloth He un wrapped it took some shells out of a box and walked into the yard where ie put in two shells lie then went to the bun to watch for a chance to arry out his purpose The barn is built on the tide of a hill so that the Iriveway is into the second storylt is here that the murderer waited Be lore long Mr Bryan came around the corner leading a little grandchild lour years old Us was listning to the prattle ot tine child and walking straight to his death As he ap proached the barn though still in the yard Kelly stepped out and fired al close range The lowest shot struck lust below the heart and the highest entered the temple Fifteen shot en tered the face neck and breast Whet the first shot was fired Mr Bryar partially turned and a second shot was fired this time into his right side The wounded man fell and died without a struggle There were about fifty shot holes in the body Kelly made sure that his work was finished and taking the gun with him went to the house of an oh colored man named Bob Griffith or Dr Woods farm lie said to the old man I have killed me a wan and want to stay all night with youThe negro did not know of the killing am told him he could stay AD hour late he was arrested by officers May and Mercer They found him in a lot near the house He had the gun ii his hands There were two rest loads in it and he had a pocket full or shells loaded with No 4 shot They were the same as he had used in his murderous work The officers brought him to the city and lodged him in jail Coroner Hayden was notified of the killing and went out and held an Inquest The virdlct was that the de ceased came to his death by the two gun shot wounds received at the bands of Sam Kelley and that the act was murder in the first degree II was signed by R BAlexander Frank Ebelhaar J H Harsh J A Moore man Will Gough and E G Field The community was shocked as II has not recently been by the news 01 the murder Mr Bryan was widelj known and the county had no better citizen lIe was a friend of everybody and was loved byall his neigh boys He was born in Nelson county June the Iirh 1830 and was conse quently over 70 years old He carni to Daviess county in 1853 and in 185 was married to Miss Kelly They reared seven children all of whon are grown When he first came to the county he bought the farm on tine Hartford reason which he was killed lie sold it in 1882 and moved below town but afterwards moved back lie was a devout Catholic and was a member of St Pauls congregation Kelly is described by those who know him as a neerdo wen sort o fellow He has no property and was supported by Mr Bryan in compara Live idleness for the past thirty years lie would drink when he could get whisky lIe was drinking at the time jfthe killing but not when he left the table at dinner with mnrder in his yeast The indignation of Mr Braynj neighbors Is very strong and if they were in the least less law abiding than hey are Kelleys neck would be in im medIate danger The funeral will take place from St Pauls Catholic church tomorrow horning at 9 oclock The services SFitzeraldthe Catholic cemetary Kelly was brought out of jail at 9 oclock this morning to maka prepara Lions for his examining trial None I constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out of order ThoIbest medicine to rou oIthe liver and euro these lib Is found In Hods Pills25 cents trout by all medicine dealers of the wllncssen were present and fudge Taylor set the prosecution over until Wednesday morning at 10 oclock He has not employed any at torney and it is likely that the court will have to appoint one as the prls oner has no means A representative of the Inquirer saw Kelly at the jllll He seemed to be very weak and nervous and had very little to say He stated that the trouble first origannted in the house when Pete Bryan a son of the deceased ordere1 him to go and hitch up the family horse which he refused to do This angered the young rains father wino caught Kelly by the throat nearly choking him and in the tussle KelI ly received a slight scratch on the ItltI Me ol the neck and was finally thrown out the door Kelly says that the action of Mr Bryan caused him to be some very angry and while in that condition he got the gun went down to the barn and waited for him andI when be got within a short distance or hint he fired two shots This is the ntire story ns told by Kelly There has been souse talk since the killing that Kellys mind is unbalan xd and Ills actions seem to warrant hat conclusion lie looks very much like n crazy man and it is almost cer sin now that insanity will be his de enseNECiSnOItTl1 KsouixnJ- O Year fuivrwilii I1m prove Hughi Tlink a im nt rrmr and all Malaria Vvcni IMUT thou Jnlnlne UanrnntifO try t atlninarte McHiiilllUOlioUlm li tIt Best for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to n cancer you will never get well until yonr bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you without a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 cents to Ftait getting your health back CASCARHT3 Candy Cnthar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C tamped on it Beware of imitations a For Salo Five Thousand feet of good Poplar Weatherboarding Dressed ready for lallingon Five Thousand feet good one inch Poplar Price f2000 pet thousand Cash RKNPROW DRAN Dundee Ky Nervousness is cured by making the blood rich and pure with Hoods Sarsaparllla It gives the sweet re freshing sleep of childhood Uandwklekey ntor Faith with Co St To BoSubmlttod Petitions are being circulated over the county for those who want a herd low to sign When one hundred names shall have been seemed then it will be presented to the court an election will then be ordered to take the census of the voters of the county- as to whether all stock shall be re moved from the commons and confined InpasturesThere no doubt about this matter It is to be presented to the voters on text November for their approval or disapproval The herd law is a good move in the way of progress It is in vogue in many sections of the country md is admitted to be to the Interest ot the farmer This law will be in force in this county sooner or later the only question is are the people ready for it But little land remains unfenced in many sections of the COMRADE M H DcLonff of Bchurlmlllo N V who served In Company Eo 8th Vermont Volunteers had other toes to battle nltli after his return from the tale war Ho recently wrote q have used Dr Miles Restorative Nervine lot nervousness brought en by throw of tobacco and too close applica tion to biolitttv vlt give me prompt relief without leaving any unpleasant effects The result was beneficial and lasting I fieartily endorse it 1717 MILE- SRestorative Nervineis sold b all druggists on guarantee Tint bottle benefits or money back llook on heart and nerves sent free Dr Milos Medical Company Elkhart lad rreorl rrIaiI There is no endof SOldVirginia Cheroots5 to waste as there IS no finished end to N cut off and throw away When you r- r buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for r- r five cents you have more to smoke r e and of better quality than you have rwhen you pay fifteen cents for three 1- N Five Cent cigars r rThree hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this Nyear Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 4 N county at the present time while ten years hence there will be none AN ready many of the best farmers have fund it profitable to confine their cattle and we believe that numbers of others are convinced that a stock law would be greatly to the advantage ot the country generally Fencing is very expensive to the farmer and the material for building It is growing scarce lie tvlll soon be forced into building wire fences and when this becomes necessary allover he county it will be greatly to the advantage of the farmer to use as little material as possible With a herd law in force farmers can build good substantial fences with three or four wires whereas it now takes eight or nineIt is certainly to the farmers Inter cst to preserve his timber and there an be no better plan than to enforce II herd law so tint it will requite less to do the fencing I Rough IIlTalk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks whore you can buy your own plwnes and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally honly paying u reasonable rent to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor they will bo at the wholo expense if you say Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars We conned with all Independent Companies oJ 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 penditures a careful economical month Evfcry 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 Mid S ason Comforts Its the amount of trade that we are working for through ulrthats why we name such low prices We know that you will come our way again Seasonable items at unreasonable prices thats the way it is with lots of items in our store Special cleansweep prices are named on the items that we wish to clear at oiice 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 Satis factory Shoes give better health and greater comfort Be sure you are right on Shoes Right Shoes at right pricesthatst- he secret of the success of Shoe sales Your Money Back- If the Suit made to your measure by the fasionable 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 CO WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS TRAININGJf Beaver Dam Ky FOR LADIES AJSIJD GRNTLRMRN Thorough cources in Literature Languages Music Art anti Business ixcelent homo influences Refined and pleasant invironmenls Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opensugust28 1900 WY G W ELBORNf Pres J HAM BARNES Vice Pros i r4j 1 IP Jvintl You hare Always Bought nnil ivlitcli has been In UO for over ao years has borne tho Ripiiatnro of percdAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood oro but Kvpcriments that info with mid endanger tho health of Inlhnts nut Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substltuto for Castor 011 Paregone Droiis ami Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic fiuistanee Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worm itiul allays Feverislmcss It cures Diarrhcea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nud Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Ktomnrh and Uowels giving healthy and natural sicep Tin Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S sthopureof 4 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE rCNTAUN COMPANY TT MUftNAV T CCT NKWVOHK CITY rkaFIELD SON= rr===== = TRANSFER LINE===C7== === =J J = 1 = =At rIARTFOaD ir-A PAST AND KASV RIDIJ IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICUvS YOUR PATRONAGIi SOLICITED EaXEl INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY ja A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etcr A theIntcrnatlonlllvaluable information urrangctl In n convenient form for hand eye IInd min UU moro wiiltly used as ttaiulanl than J otherdlctlnnary Inn world It thouhl be In every household V I Also Vtttttrj Collfgiats with n Scotllthf- ctc r Oloifciri a ntialnualil6CCout1dllSlnllzc v SLW M CREAMVTORMS Fur 20 Yearc Lias Led all Vtai Remedies maaxiXt 33s xijXj zaxtuaozsasPx cpred bjft JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Now is the Time To subscribe for your homo paper und read the news The price of THE REPUBLICAN is lin advance A BOON TO MANKINDS- DTALEFS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUB S BY MAIL 75 CENTS DOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD S ce Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS UO I 2 rI xxxLLwwxxwx I YOURSTATAGS lCo Stnr tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of +w tag Horse Shoo J T Good Luck Cross Bow andwy Drummond Natural Loaf Tin Tugs nro of equal value In secur T wTlike to have and cou have 1tf F EE wT fTAOOIB + tlilKJuBM Knife Fork and Bpoon S3 C Salt and IHppcr set one i acn rurlorloltulIhlumIO50C French lliler Wood llp n T 7 Kuor hollow orouDd fine Kodlia 50w9 IIlr Shell triple 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JULY 27 JINE THE DEMOCRATS This Is tho Thing to Do If You are Desirous of Bring ing About Certain Results Ifyou want to tee the wills and lac tories closed and thousands of men and women thrown tint of employ mentand reduced to starvation as 11I the case In Cleveland times use the Democrats- II you lever elecibn laws that den the tight of opposing political pan to representation on election boards Jlne the Democrats It you desire to see the United Sb Mezicanized by having to pay honts labor with socent dollars line the Democrats If you believe a man should be de sled the rights pi citizenship beca of his poverty and illitetcy- lne the red shirt Democrats in North Carolina II yon want to see the United Sta flag hauled down in the oem and the victory of Admiral Dec brought to naught Jine the Democrat If you want to see another Ci army organized and marching acr the land to demand work of our na tional law makers Jine the Democrats If you delight in seeing banks and business houses bursting like bubble and firms ofall kinds going to the wall Jine the Democrats If you would have wages cut about half prices fall times grow gloom and hundreds oi thousands oi homes made desulate on account of hard times line the Democrats II you want to make a jackass yourself and disgust the whole human race Jine the Aguinaldo wing of the Dem cratlc party If you want to raise the wool Jine the Democrats II you want to return to Cievela times Jine the Democrats If you want to vote for a party that never redeemeJ a pledge It made to the people Jine the Democrats If you belitvr iu appointing deill uen as judges of election Jine the Goebel rlemintu II you believe it in right to shoot ilpgers stud baUot boxes mud tint b ishamed ol it- Jine the Democrats II you want to see the Tteasurj lusted Jine the Democrats II yju want 111111 year old cttvr II lor 150 u pltcp Jine the Democrats II you want to wake money carcr Jine the DrinncrntS If you want to issue more bonds Jine the Democrats If you wa t 1 se cotten cheap line the D morats If you want to ply the devil generally Jine the Democrat Moravian Falls NC Yellow Jacket asp Paradise BMIaci Down A tourist tells how lie traveled wil t young couple evidently on their ho eymoon an 1 the pweneers in that 1 LYONSr I I I LAXATIVE t- SYBJlPI CONSTIPATION f ils made from tlie ciiolccft extracts of Intliirinntf forJthe1 displ Colds and levers It drives out all Impurlllet cf the blooJ and makes complexion clear anylivitliA I druggist will refund the An Ideal remedy fur adults For sale by montyII la5 per bottle p ot- I CA 3 UjJt H MyIWHruIIIIIIJOhN X TAYIOIICranivrrll My LOCAL AND- SLINATIV rothlttR but local emedyor change f climate will ure Catarrh Thr Nprlmr l irs CREAM BAlM It Is quickly ab orbed Gives rs lee at once Opens nd cleanses the iral Passages Allays liil munition feats and Protects the Membrane estores the senses of taste and smell 10 mercury No Irjuriou drujr Reg Druglabs6 S Warren Strut Him r hJ I WHY DR HATHAWAY CURES Reasons for Ills Marrclous Success lila New Free llook Pro mmauiawayg tnClllod of treatnacnlleoeaper Ial meat It lithe results twenty years of exiwrl enro In the most exten sIre practice of any ipeclalht In liU Hue Iu Uio world lie was trad aiMed from one of tlie boot medical collceeJ la Mrlectcdcat education by eiten w I sIte IaOpItam rraellce Early In lilt prof rttlonal career lie made dlcor cries which placed lilm at the head of Ills profes sion as a ipeclalin la treating what are centrally known as prlrate diseases of men and women Tills system of treatment ha baa more and more 10Ieprofession Enjojlog lbs largest practice of any specialist In the world he still maintains a system of eons obtainlDr Hathaway treats and euros Loss of Vitality VarUocele Stricture Blood Poisoning In Its d forest stages llheumatlun Weak Dark Ncr otunesf all manner of Urinary Complaint Ulcen Sores and Skin DiseAses heights Disease and atifonusof Kidney Trouble JlIlrealmlol- us for undertoned men restores tog vitality and make the patient a stromt well vigorous man Dr Ilathaways success In Ibo treatment of Varlcocele and stricture without the aid of knife or cautery Is phenomenal The atlcnt Is treated by this method at his own home without ialn or of time from business Thiili positively the Iteonly treatment which cures without an operation Dr hathaway calls the particular attention of pagesreManliness s Vigor Health a copy of whkh will be sent tree on application Write today for free book arab symptom blank mentioning your complaintS MDos30t Cbnrcb Street NaihvlllctTennM- EXT10X TillS rAPKll WI1BX WKITIXO particular carriage were on the grin most of the time over their antics The bride had got the nan she lov ed and she didnt care who saw her put her head on his shoulder The bride groom hid got a farm with his wile aad If be wanted to feed her on sweets or squeeze her Inn j whose bu I mess was It A little old man sat directly OpP site the couple and he looked at them 01so often that the young husband final ly explainedWeve got married I knowed it all the time chuck led the other And we cant help It you know I No you cant Ill b blowed il ndyou canI It all seems very silly lo an old man like you continued the husband Does It Does II cockled the old fellow Well I can tell you It does not then Ive been there lire times over RIIIIIIOW Im OM my itt to marry a fourth Sills Vh rlitl Irrn Its tier tdine hilnl ilo nl Londun Hun To The Deaf A rich Idllcurcd of her itfilntc and noises In the head hy Ir NuIinl oCQnlI Artificial Kir DrinniiMvc 111 oo In his InMituti so th it lwl i eo pie unable to pfl citre the litDrums may have thrum free Ail Iress Nn 4485 The NiehNiin Instl ute 78 fiighth Avenue New York CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th Signature of CAAyTTfcX ee Eczoma ItchlngHumors Pim plos Curod by B B B thDOllie Ire lo NnHerrr OIsnyountDo scabs and Scales form on the skin flair or Scalp Have you Jvzema Skin Cracked Rash form IheIswollen JoInU Falling halt All Ituu Down Skin Palt Old SOlt Eating Sores Ulcen To cure to stay cured take B n D Botanic Blood Bibs which makes the bloodI pure and rich B U B will cause toIlwett just the remedy you have hen looking for Thoroughly tested fur 30I ryIiper I1IKIT llflic six lllgC b Well Illl- ltreatnteni 5 Be smite the bottle renils Botiuilc Blood Balm Complete direction with each bottle So suf IIwnyIIAIM CO Atlanta your trouble and Free PersonRlmcllIIcat advice given 1 IIw Ar Tear JUde I DrliobbigparijruirillicureallkldnerllliBam I pu I NoticoaIIora neat jobof cleaning clothes call on Rev P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley To Cure Cunitliuitlon IurcTtr I orSoitlmll1Im perfect digestion antI RSl ion prnducedisnrdettd cnnditionn ol the lyiittui which grnw I1l1dRrc cnn fiiraed by neglect I1FRHINK gives I IorsaltbtI tune to the stomach nnd c uses good Ono on Hor Heres the clock tinker rome to Gz our sitting room cluck IIlIwl the funny mantf u lie wunt you go up and get it lor hiliIVhy it isinr I re Iytis Where did yfcU think it wat Oh I thought it bad run down- PhsidbelpbiaPress EdNt Year llowcU TTItli CuaeanU forever10cSe s TI1IX1S A HOY CAN Iii lIlin nrv minii of llw tlihign n linv ran itn IV ran C liMb PO louil the itlr tarn lilui 3liikp nil th ronniln uf limot Hml nf loIr1IA ml n tliuiiMiRil lbs nn iiwivrr lln can eniw ntiil nirVIo nil I nlmi rlurk Jut lib it riHwtrr n hrn or n ilmk lie ran bnrk like n dog low like n iiiw Anil nent Itwlf nint liit hln IIUMIW Hi run roir ntnl pnff Ilk i rnllwity trtiln Whlntlo down lirtik ii IWn IN oft HMitln Anil with the viinil pimem lit hli ittmmilltd lli run iiinkc nl lilinmm n foil bs Iniml And with nil thi Inntriiinint rvrr plavnl 1Ild the whole Khotr nml n tni t mnnl 111 Ir tty nn nlxn inr lirnthir 1111 II Iteo wlilit nwuki nIl IM jwrfiftljT Htlll Itut earth wonhl IM nilnuH half uf MM JOVN Anil n ilrtiiry Pilot 5 ir there IHI lioyn Uhleugn New r I CUPID with ebll lUTonrrOLimVrtailed hopclnta tai 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our free fbIteIItexpense1aleuti I IATKNT RECORD JournalrOllsI11 I Scutl fur sample cory FREE AilJieu VICTOR J EVANS CO 1aleat Attorney Evans Bulldtnc VMCHIMGTON C C uMwfflmmiJwmwiwmmM I i A FREE PATTERN I M a uscriberII M CALISa MAGAZINEr s A LADIES MAGAZINE a = A baattI eolor4 laIbwaidnkIngconoik1 SsCy tiEIuiStylishAbsoIiIehjierfectFittis I ilu MCCALLItiNoSeinasAhlowaac It 1 3 I 5 Onlf 10 and 1 S cli boo hljktr = Ak for aba Sold IN every 2s aadloMorbrn ail frni THE V1 I1U Wilt = I Sores and Ulcers DRAIN THE- SYSTEM IENDANGERThat nile or ulcer which lies been a source of pain worry snail mutely to you five or ten years intylie longer ilocjut heal because von arc not using the r Iltiit hut are trying to cure it with salves anil washes While these arc soothing and treatIvain to sonte extent 110 reiI trltltIInt sood can conic front their use becattse the U in the blood atistfarbeyoudthercacliofczternalapp I kations I A sore heals l l when tite good I bmt Slovos If It is diseased The tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse spreading and eating deeper into the flesh They are A constant drain iijwn the system gradually but surely ruin the health and sap the very life A jHirsoiii capacity for work or Is soon lost in the great desire and search for something to cure S S S makes a rapid alIIllCrmanellt cure of old sores and ulcers and is the only medicine that does because no other can blood troubles Ordinary iUrssparillu and potash mixtures ore too weak anil to overcome a that has taken of the blood Do not waste valuable time experimenting with themISonic atsaio I was a A Gunshot drlupelllllo a ninnluc lore sod xm ne a real deal ol aIn I was treated miny dodge ant i Wound recommdMaI trouble IIII foeh the potion cut of my hiood I soon afterward waa the DOtI1 up nJwo cured aound and wfiI I have ltfeCt ue of thus leg was swollen and very stiff for a bug time J II MCOaAVaa Lwrtnccb rg Ky OWI S 8 S U the only purely vegetable blood purifier is made of roots and herbs of wonderful purifying wlmiclino poison can resist S S S o qulc tr ami clTec clears the blood oi nil moriim unneaitny humors and me OKI iroumesome sore At time sense time the general health is invigorated and built UJIten a little or hurt fails to heal readily you may tie sure your blood bat S S Swill put it In order and keep it so Our Medical Denirtment is in charge of cxlerirnCe411hsidans who have SSSglaullyfurmilsit SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I U aria ChillsII lll1d Fo er- M ur tCMILDREPI- i A4Tj4ATrM THE BEST PRESCRIPTION ISI Groves Tasteless Chillt The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you J know just what you arc taking when you take Grovej Imitators 1Qtb0 not advertise their formula knoIr that you would not buy 0their medicine if you knew what i Inc Gut contains p4 and Quinine put up in correct itins and is in a Tasteless 3 form The Iron acts as a tonic LL he Quinine drives the U1malaria out ofthe system Any reliable drujgui viil toll you that Groves 15 the Original and that Iother looallcd Tasteless 0Chill Tonics arc imitations An andiiof other chi tonics shows r Groves is superior to alt cilicrs in every rcijicct You riarc not experimenting when you tike Grove its superiority and excellence having long been csubUeJ Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout do fiiiie malarial icctions of the United States No Cure No Poly Price soc NERVITA PILLS Restore Vltillly Lost Vigor and Minhood Cure Impotency Night Emlnloni Loss of llem ocr nit watta dIseases elfecUof cfabUKor ftf I Diccu anti Indlieretlon I lp A nerve ton to snd PILLSblood bolldar Brla rotslIe of Touth mall CTS- 25OwiU 800 pe box 6 bout for I our bankable vannmU to cur or refund the money tend for circular and copy ot our bankable guarantee bond Nervita Tablets EXTRA STRENOTI- SuLiow I t LAOIL Positively guaranteed cure true toss of Power Organsrareslelion UjiUrla FIts Inianltr and the Result of Ezceatlfe Use ot tobacco pplntn or aboxante bond to tare In SO Uyi or refund money paid Addre- iiNERVITA MEDICAL CO Clinton Jackson Sti CHICACO ILL THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a Dilly Paper The Campaign- Oiler of 100 From Now to Nov 15 made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POSTj JfhetheSouthREOULAR RATES One month SOc Thrcemonths12Sj Twelve Months 300 Send for Sample Copies t THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky 0 Ilinois Central I I Railroad rr lititt ami Mttut Ilipithir liolit i- ulumijhis New Orleans tMI 111 JMIINTS IX- IIUVNWS TIV ts nrxico AMI A LI iUltNlt ls llitlitralVmlllnilnl Triiliw with Calf Cart iilluiiiu SI I HIHHIII Kn ltiilliilnirlliiilrruriilii I 1111 Nuv I II Iuiu Inlhll SIIIIII 111Inntrtv low rllhItoliitfrniftllat iMiliilN ho Truo Winter Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow- Blockades Ior lurllnilnw nrllotoJ U lIulllnTriivvllnn iwiunT Knit fur I I II II IrfialnTlllf Ky iii fink him to enl you n ropy nl thus Htmthern 111O Svkcnillulil nhlthU iviUt s Hh Inter hug Inlurnintlon iitiiivrnliiK th 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Karth Into many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Kuro e Africa Asia are next door to us What happens tlura today we know tomorrowIf we read TUg CHICAGO IUJCOR1 whose Special Cable Correspondents arc loct J I troy important tily in the world outside of the Unit d Siats No other American newspaper ever attempted 10 cxfsnsivoa service and it Is siipplcmcntcl by the regular foroi u news service of The Associated 1re s For acciir ii inlultcncc of the stirring events which lire shaking the nations nf wars and rumors of wars of the threatening dlHoliiitnn of old governments and the establishment ofnevot the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the tiptodatAmerican FREE JIIJInprcbefllcthespecia1cableaeryIeiofunCmjmsoodress Tux CUIOAOO ntcom lIt MaJlion atrect CLijujo S