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IF RatesTbo ITwlreawtk CourierJournal 1 lxnlTlll Dlipalrh 1IiNrw Trtllun 1 Homo mil Farm 1IlI Tolntn Ohio IlluuV I 0 III Iuuls MOIHubIhiiiurtnt ItoM w york TrtWwklr Trlbuu I7 MmlbltTllb UoInbIPrilnIAltiiI 1311 II Work a OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE IN THE FOORIH CONGRESSIONAL D15IRICI a year X11I HARTFORD KY 10 1900 No3 HUGH TONICP- alatablo Bottorthnn CalomolQulnlm Tho Old Itollablo Excellent General Tonlo as well as- A Sure Cure fOr CHILLS and FEVER IT NEVER FAILS C= Just what you need at this soason c = o =MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE TONIC Guaranteed by Oiugglsts Dont take any substitute soc and SI Bottles 38 lPmI lCO IllM L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY VIUirnrtlnbU IIInn In nil the eootliol tIbia and iuJiialiiiKrnijiit fl bIIrt1A 111- 1I1t1 ntlrllllou ultra IiilhtIe ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW MrlirMRY KY Will priulkv ku rukw III nil the ronitu nl Ohloroaiity HIH 1 Iiatt uf Appata lrtiMtt ntiil ruMI ninnlilnntlon gins sit bnlnmn mlnuta1 to him AAllulrprfliWat Trleibone In offlnp C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW iiotrrniii KY- Mlll priwtln hU inifiwilon In nil the martini ublu and mil roirt f AI mln pMt ttrullim irn til all buIru1In iscan lnSln IM Uyo oHtn In ninrthouno JOHN T RON- EATTORNEYAT LAW 4KNTtKTUWN KY Will iirnrtliv bin in limion In nil the runrU nl IIhlIIIIIIIIllffluntnnUurtIPIIIllworiaIllfDllun P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW HAitrroitit KY Will prmtlir In Ihii courts of Hhht runnty nnil hrt1 AilMh Immiit nitration ulrrn to al- lbuIus miruntr1 u hi rue linN In llrrnlil buullisy A C TAYLOR ATTORN BY AT LAW llAirrroim KY Hpmlfll attention irifrw to sit latnaqetrust eo tn feu rnn Offlrrln roarlbnnm J a DAVIDSON Attorney nt Law llAtrrKoiin KY Will prnrtlii hn pr iti lon In ohln and niljoln at ruth t4Ial nltrnllon yltru tuiill tuI DrM rntrutal to Ida rat p SLROBY- iITTOJsYEY A T LA Wr- oKIINVIIIi KKNTITIltY Will rMtI hi prulnulon In sit ItierourUnl Ohio nml mlJilnliiKroanttoianiUorlof A llniiw- rlaI atlmtlon given to rollnrllmui JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAItTEORI SLY H irIol nttrntlon Klfrn to all hlnlnlrnlnl to ku ran OHIi lnnmrthim SHELBY TAYLOR a ATT01WE AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prnrtkKhn prnlnulon In nil lb ronrtinl Ohio and adjoining ronntlm nmlOmrtof ApHAlM Xfirrlal nttrntlou given to all luulKimirnU III tmnkrnptry C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY VlllprartlmbUprolFMlon In all Hi ronrtnot Ohio and nillnlnlujr Hjiwlnl nttrntlou will l irtiro to all bnnlnma rnttuitril to hU cnn itlretIona n 1OtIRlts JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYI Wxilnl attention IIIIn to rnllprtlon ranking abstracts 4r nlmi Notary Putillc fur Ohio mOO ty Offlni north Mil pnlillf square HARVE YW PRUDEN ATTOHNEY AT LAW IIAItTPHIID KKNTUCKV Will pnictlce bin profnmlon lu ShIn unit niljoln OKcoantlM Olllwlti llKrtBIICAX oulliUng i E P NEA- LAttorney at Lnw HARTFORD KY wIn prnrtlif hU prnfmwton In nil thrtroarUnl 1lurky 1I1IIIIUlnllollltln to collII- IhInt1 oIdonl tts ca nnI crlinlunlprticllce Office npfttnlriidrlltlii block JSR WEDDING ATTORNEY and CUUNSEIIOR at LAW 5r HARTFORD KY Win prnrtkit prolwwlon In nil the roortn ol Ohio nndliilJolnliiR ronntlm and the Cnnrt ol A p Iruiniit ntuntlon given to nil lulneam rntruntfd to him OlDrn In UKIVDUCAX liulltlloR R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAntFoni KY Will prnrtlc hU prufiaiin la Iheroartiol Ohio IIbd iilJoIniscountlrs Also tutiry luilie Southern Railway Throimh KlRht lint Houtnirn KtnU- MKKNTUOKYTKNNKSSKK Smtli CAROLINA ALAUAMA VIR GINIA North OAKOLINAGEOU GIA null MISSISSIPPI M a Unra Three DaHy Trains Between Ixinlc Till slitS LciliiKton Ohwnrntlon Clinic Cnn Trains Itnre nnil nrrlr I jnUTlllelromHarenth Street Union txuot ounnlfutgotth train ol the llllr l Uentral flntSroeusuudLll Ht I II II ForinformnttonaddrtaRA 4th Ave IanUtlll Wu II TAVLOK Antitank n p A IxiuUrlllc WaoblIlKtOIlW5 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN IFi TESTIMONY IMPEACHES PROSECUTION WITNESSES Messrs Carpenter and Danforth Explode Pet Theories That Shot Come from Sec retary of States Window THE COURTS RULINGS KNOCK OUT IMPORTANT EVI DEUCE OF DEFENSE I Till ll inAYSn MW The rainstorm ot the morning thinned out the attendance in the court room There were only half a dczin ladles present when court opened and not more than a score of men Mr Prank C Carpenter of Louis ville was still on the stand and was crossexamined by Mr Mitchell Mr Ctrpenter described again the meeting of the Insurance Committee In the corner or the Senate Chamber Was that committee in formal sea nlon Yes sir anti Mr Robison was I Did I understand you 10 siy thatI Svnator Colennn the Clurman of the Committee was reading a newspaper white the argument was going onl Yes he was reading a newspaper Mr Mitchell rigidly interrogated the witness about the position of the gentlemen in the Senate chamber and Inw he happened to remember the ex act posltons The witness said that the matter was impressed upon his mind and that he remembered the situation perfectly lie was certain that Senator Johnson did not move to the southeastern window after the first shot was fired he might have gone there after the second shoW were fired It was fifteen minutes after the shot was fired before I lelt the itreet the railroad is ou and turned toward the Capital Hotel At that time no sol jiers were in sight on that strett What reason did yon have tor relating what yon MW to nsrl asked Mr Kinkcad on ttdinct tXAiuim tlonWell I saw in the ucwriiper that Holland Whittaker claimed to have been in the Senate chamber We ot jtct to the introduction of newspapersThe has repeatedly violated the rule said Judge Cantilll with considerable irritation and II he cflends again the court wilt impose a fine This ended Mr C trpenters testN mony SAM II STONIt The next witness railed was Col Sam H Stone ex Auditor of Public Accounts who testified that W II Culton bad been a clerk in his office up to December 31 last at which time he dischargtd him Why did you him Because he stole 1000 from me The prosecution made objection to this question and answer and the court announced that it would reserve its decision until it looked up the matterDid you have to make the sum goodObjection and oljectlon sustained Upon cross examination Copt Stone said that he had not discharged Culton before because he had just completed at that time the examina tion which convinced him that Culton was guilty GROBGR I DANPORTH Mr George L Danforth the Insur ance man of Louisville was next called and wade au excellent witness I was In the meeting of the Insurance Committee in the Senate cham Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor Iand cheerfulness soon I when the kid neys are out of order or diseased tr Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not i f for a child uncommonI f afflicted neys If the l ates too urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to I control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty K cent and one dollar sizes Youflayhayeas- ample 1W bottle =free also pamphlet tell it xnjof8 uoj 1Ioot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from suffererscured In writing Dr Kilmer I Co Binghamton N Y be sura and mention this paper J her at the time Senator Goebet was shot Mr Danforth then described the of the men in the room end said that he heard four shots How much time elapsed between the first shot and the others About enough time for a handy man to return the fire I went Into the Stout yard in about three or four minutes as soon as I could put on my overcoat and get down the stairs When I got there my attention was called to the win dows 01 the Executive building I carelnlly examined all the windows on the two sides of the building I could see and the only one that was raised was in the third floor over the western steps next to the State House t After I got on the grounds they were just taking Mr Goebels bodyout the Itont gate I examined the spot where they said he had fallen to see if there had been any blood spilled Then I exanined the stone coping allI arounJ the fountain for bullet marks After a time Mr Miles came up to me and we talked three or four minutes What happened then Mr Miles left me and went over to the Executive building and was gone several minutes When Mr Miles reo turned he had Mr Holland Whittaker in his possession I think Albert Charlton was on the other side of Whittaker Mr Miles went on in the gate with Whittaker and I went over and stood near the western steps of the Executive building The door opened now and then but I saw no large crowd In the hall How long were yon in the StateI house square after the first shot wns fired Fully twenty five minutes possibly thirty minutes I have estimated the time front the various things I did on that occasion Did you see any soldiers come before you left the grounds a I did not On cross examination Mr Danlorth was rigidly questioned by Mr Mitchell and asked as to how he knew theflength of time to be at least five minutes before the soldiers cameiThe witness detailed each did and the numb r of minutes requisted to do it and putting all together he arrived at the total He also said that there were crowds about on the street outside the gate exeltI ed and talking who seemed to be afraid to come in The witness reit erated his statements that he had ex I amined the windows ol the Executive building and his that the only one open was in either the second or third floor over the western en trance to the building J A IrARKnrR0ADIAfter Mr defense called that fellow quit talking I told blme I could not and then be Powers went over to him and pulling his sleeve whispered something to him Burton talked a little longer and then sat down Well what happened then As soon as Burton sat down Mr Powers arose or perhaps he was standing at the desk at the time and made a few remarks lIe said that he probably had more at tike than any other man in the room that his liberty was at stake and his office was at stake but he would not ptr mil any such statement as that to be made in his presence without protesting and that II anythldg of that kind was contemplated he would with draw front the meeting that he would ml hi r resign his office and go home than have to do with any inch thieotfi of violence What did you do on the morning of January 30 the day Mr Goebel was shotAbout 830 that morning I met Caleb lowers W J Davidson and Mr Day In Powers office andwe talked about plans for bringing a large number ot men from Western Ken tick to petition the Legislature I was nkcd to help in the matter and I agreed to do so I was to make the ariongemrntfi for the men and for the tranfpo t lion of the men along the line of the Illinois Central rail road and to help about other sections I then went to the train with Mr Lonp it having been agreed that we would meet Powers and Day on the train I found them alter the train tatted and I talked to Powers fur ther about the expedition At his I Jij advice I telegraphed comewherealong the tonIc for B Fordyce ol Bowling GreenEd Mentz of Glasgow Junction andJ 11 Taylor of Glasgow to meet us at Louisville Were Wharton Golden and John Powers on the train I do not know either of these men and could not say Where were you when you heard that Senator Goebel had been shot I dont know exactly where we were along the route I was In the rear car with Mr Long and as soon as I heard it after a few words with Mr Long I went forward where Mrs Powers and Mr Day wereWhat did Powers say about Itl lie said it was a dd shame Here the of the prosecu tion stopped the answer The point was argued by Col Campbell for the Commonwealth and by Judge Sims for the defense Col Campbell said that it was after the commission of the crime and therefore Incompetent Judge Sims argued that the sayings and doings of the defendant had already been held competent after the crime The court however sustained the objectionWhat did you do when you got to Louisville Powers Day Long and myself met in room In Willard Hotel and discussed matters We that conference to abandon at once the plan for getting a crowd ot men from Western Kentucky to petition the Legislature Wbl Objecte to and objection The witness was here turned over to the prosecution and court adjourned for dinner Tug AFTERNOON SESSION When court opened in the afternoon it was evident that the attorneys lor the prosecution were not in very high spirits The weather was warm and tbe lawyers jury witnesses and newspaper men almost sweltered- J Lon Butler of Butler countywas on the stand for crossexamination Campbell proceeded to try his old methods 01 twisting evidence to suit his own ends putting words into the witness mouth which he bad not used and loading his questions down with double meanings and subtile insinuations These tactics kept the other side busy objecting and when overruled excepting Campbell wanted to know if Butller had sent a number ol telegrams to patties in Southern Kentucky from the Willard Hotel on January 8 andt 13 telling them to go to Prankfortt The witness said he could not remem bered whether he had sent telegrams to the various men named by Camp bell lie explained that he had to Butler and other counties c or witnesses In the contestCOnce Judge Sims Interrupted the nquiry to protest vigorously against ruling of the couit in allowing he Commonwealth to ask about the contents oi various telegrams whenr the telegrams being the best possible evidence should have been produced Then Campbell put this question Did you meet John Henry Wilson n Iront of the Buckiugham Theater in Louisville one day in January and tell him that Taylor had been elected and should hold his office no matter what the cost might btl I I did not was the positive teply The latter part of the crossexam nation was given over to a review of the trip to Louisville on January 30 No new fates were deieiopedsw c At 2 oclock the defense called W V J FatherlessTheres something about the little black dress that a man in a very tender spot lIe the little one on the head puts some pennies in her hand swallows nard and then starts out to make his own children fatherless There is no doubt that many a man is taken from Isis neglect of dm precaution which preserve his health generally nowadays in stomach trouble because the meals are hasty and the food not digested Prom that beginning come dis orders of the blood liver kidneys heart or nerves The use of Dr Golden Medical Discovery for HIMM of the organs of digestion and nutrition will avert the catastrophe of more reef ous disease It the stomach purifies the blood nourishes the nerves men up In both brain and body 01 can to ou one bottle of your GoSdeuI Uedlcal Discovery has cured me wellafter tuffcrlng two loo years acls iscie writes W II Druwcll o McAdcn yule Colon Co N C My health is worth all the world to me I will pnlfc you aslougas I Itvc Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets should be used with Discovery where a laxative Is required C Carter of Grayson county one o f the men who came here to testily against Weaver the king of the strollers Mr Carters testimony follows Do you belong to a lodge ol men of the Worldat WoodI Spring asked Mr Kinkead sirI the permanent organU zition of the lodge accomplished January 30 of this year WhereAt Springs Who officiated at the installation of the cflicerf George F Weaver When did you see him last rswirim today WhereIn here today What official position do you hold in that lodge I am Clerk ol the Camp Were you present at the installa tionYes sir I was installed then By whom George F Weaver When was this Aboul noon on January 30 Did you meet anyboly VesMr Phelps How far is it from Frankforrt to Grayson Springs About 135 miles How long have you known George F WeaverSince I of last year when became to get up a campin our town To make the undoing of the stroll- Ing barber more Mr Carter produced cards ol application for memo bership in the Woodmen of the World signed Weaver ancTVend the minutes of the meeting held on the night of January 30 Had you seen Weaver prior to 12 oclock on January 301 Not that I remember of How long did Weaver remain in Grayson Springs alter January 31 Until some time in March When you went into the jail this afternoon did Mr Weaver you Yes sir and he shook hands Take the witness said Mr Kin keadOnly afew perfunctory questions were asked on cross examination w A ninus W A Phelps another citizen of Grayson Springs was called next ie confirmed the testimony ol the preceding witness Phelps saidO11 saw George Weaver in jail here I know hint well lie cameo our town last December On Jan uary 30 I met Weaver with Mr Carter at Grayaon Springs- At this juncture the defense asked hat Weaver be brought in In order to- omplete i the identification He ause a moment later trailing along behind a Deputy Sheriff All his old jauntiness was gone He took a seat in front of Phelps who recognized him and then he was taken from the oom again Phelps was not cross examined A gloomier set than the lawyers for the prosecution could not have been found when he left the stand Even Mr Franklins customary smile was re placed by a frown ADJT GEN COLLIRK The next witness was Adjt Gen Dan Collier lIe identified the telegrams worded all right sent by him to the commanders of the First and Second Regiments on January 30 I used the words all right he aid in accordance with a cipher code previously arranged to be employed In- case trouble should break out any time Alter the shooting I was delayed and it was fully filteen minutes before the first telegrams left my office CbE Nason carried them I sent no messrges at all by Ben Rowe The troops reached the State House about thirty minutes alter the ehoot lug Gettilnly the time was not less than that I sent a message on foot to the ar senal for the company there about five or ten minutes after the shooting and am perfectly confident it was not less thirty minutes until they got there- I got them os quick as I could but I know that at the time I thought it was fully thirty minutes I did not sent any order for the troop until after they took Mr Gocbeln body out cf the yard I sent a message to Capt Wacott at the arsenal by Perkins my potter There wan considerable excitement on the Capitol grounds and feeling was running high nt the time Was that the first order given to the troops In the arsenal to turn ou11 Yes that was the first order Did you hear any threats from the crowd on the Capitol grounds This was objected to The objec tion was sustained Immediately alter the shooting I saw four or five prison guards in their uniforms around the door of the Executive building They seemed to beI acting in concert with old man Miles Very soon after the shooting I got an order from Gov Taylor telling me to confer with thc civil authorities re gardlng the preservation ol order At this juncture the order was pro duced but the prosecution objected to its introduction An argument fol lowed the jury being excused After reading the order Judge Can trill ruled that the order was not wotded in compliance with the statute of the State and be therefore excluded it I can not submit it to the jury said his Honor without explaining to them that it is in conflict with the law that it is illegal and that the Governor hAd no right to act as he didThe Judges chief to the order was that alter directing Collier to form a police system with the mili tary force it ordered him to confer with the Sheriff and County Judge of Franklin county and the Mayor of Frankfort and to act in harmony with them so far as is in our judg ment compatible with the preservation of the public peace The jury was then returned and Gen Colliers letter to the civil aus thorities of Franklin county was of fered asking their co in maintaining peace The Common wealth objected to its introduction and was sustained The witness was then naked if Gov Taylor directed him to put himself In touchwith the civil authorities upon the arrival of the military forces Judge Cantrill ruled that the ques tlon would beimcompetent unless as he said in compliance with the stat ute Gov Taylor had directed Collier to report to the civil authorities The defense excepted and made an avowal repeating the act a moment later wheu the Judge overruled a somewhat similar question Collier was finally permitted to say that he held a corfefcnce at his own request with the Mayor and Sheriff Gen Collier was still on the stan when court adjourned at 4 p m lie will be crosscdexamlned tomorrow CuASTOniAEsii the Signature IIocf f aStill Worso My wife is as changeable as the weatherHo thats nothing My wife Is changeable as a 5 bill i uUI A STITCH IN TIME KiiTefl nlii llnglitM Tunlr iww Improved tnntfl plramiiitl tnkrn III mrljr KprliiK niid Fall pro titn Clilllx Iklmnc Mnlnrlnl Krvern Act n ttift liver tnn w np tin KVNI MII HtttiT thou Quinine flunrnntivtl try It At ItriipffUlHriOti nnil tllio Ixittliw 3X5C1 The postal depittmcnt has under consideration a plan whereby the names of the postoffice slml be placed upon stamps where sold This Ideas to provide means of Identification when stamps are stolen from any postoffice and also to prevent boycotting any postoffices a practice in some of the smaller towns of the country It will be possible under the new rule of the department to keep accurate account of all stamps sold and render justice to boycotted postmasters Dont Tobirro Spit slid Sniule Tour lire Jtntj To quit tobacco easily and forcTcr be inag nctlc lull ot life stereo and visor take NoTo Dao the wnmlerworkrr that makes weak moa strong AU drillgilt COa or II Curocusran teed Ilooklet ami sample free Addreii Sterling Itemetly Co Chicago or New York p OASTOnADiana the Itt Kind Yrs bait Aiwsys Btt SIgnature Icr An ounce of love is better titan a pound of law To worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CREAM VIUthA FUGU The result will be lh orms will disappear and the child ecome healthy arid ctueful Price 25 cIa For sale by J II Williams CASTORIAPoi The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears tboJ+ Educate Your flowelt With Citearetfc- Cnnily euro torcver tOe 25o CRthtIlCi otldruggIatrefundn2obO7 There are more or less misgivings about a girls affc- tIoasPIMPLES IY vlro had ilmple Oil tClrc but she ba boon and they hero all lIoappoarod J had been troubled with constipation Sot soma time but alter Ilk lair the tint Cutcarot I have bad no trouble with this ailment We cannot prak too high ly of Cuscarots Vutot WAUTUA- Ntm aormantowD aye Philadelphia Pa CANDY CATHARTIC TRAOI MASS BtOJtTtBID Pleuant Palatable t Good no J Wn01OWGood Never Sicken lOc scW CURE CONSTIPATION Itribf Ufmtil Cl thug MMlMl 5 Itrl lit Bold and lunrantcolbr aHome RlMUDAu iuu 10 tftlUK Tobacco lUtill IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Job Specialty PAm Subscription FRIDAY AUGUST ESj SPLENDID txlJiilnlBirniQiitlm speaking discharge positions certainty anything somewhere objection determined sustained beent complete lecognlzj objection operation lMKbdYmiHJiiAIwajsBoujM eradicate Reasonable I CALL FOR TEDDY IN KENTUCKY Republicans of this Stato Plan- a Roal RoughRldor- Tour for Him Want Oovernor to Come Down on Horseback and Wake Up tho Mountain Men President McKinley beard a unique campaign proposal It was that Gov Roosevelt Rough Rld r hat and uni form be sent on horseback to campaign the mountain districts ol Ken tucky the visitors who made the request were two gentlemen from Kentucky Judge ORear and Sam J Roberts who used to be chairman ol the Republican State Committee They said that they wanted Teddy to make speeches in a number of mount thin towns as far from the railroads as possible and that his fame as a Rough Rider would bring out the big gcst and most typical mountaleer brigades oi mounted voter ever seen They declared that these men in whose remote districts the fame of the New York fighter has more signlfi ofISpanish war would tide miles to see him and bear him liftyI and that if be would come there be no doubt of the 01j Kentucky in November They were given to understand that if Gov Roosevelt were willing the tour could doubtless be arranged So far as known here tonight the President does uot expect to leave Canton this week for Washington lie hashed no news that would Indicate Chat his presence will be needed at the capital I lie laid aside the burdens of his oN lice today long enough to make a aoI cinl call With Mrs McKinley and Mrs Barber he drove to Massilllon eight miles distant and they took luncheon with Mr and Mrs Charles Steese The President was in touch by phone with Canton and thereby with Washington but there was nothing to demand his attention un tit this evening when he spent the time with Secretary Cortelyou look- Ing after affairs of state Callers were nutuerousti day at the McKinley home One was Jacob Weyand of Pittsburgh one of the founders ol the Republican party and a delegate to the first party conven GOVERNOR MCORD Recommends Pernna For Catarrh I Uon M U MoOord Ron Myron II McCord ExGovernor of New Mexico In a letter to Dr Hart sysbearI wu advised to uso Ieruna for oaar hand after using one bottle I began to feel better in every way It helped m- In many respects I WM troubled with colds coughs sore throat etc but M soon aa I had taken your medicine Ibegan to Improve and soon got weU I take pleasure In recommending your great remedy to all who are afflicted with catarrb M II McCord The sprIng presents a much more favorable opportunity for the permanent cure of chronlo catarrh especially old Rtubborn cases Now fl the time to hayingPorunaitltutei for this remedy Send to Dr liar I man Columhus Ohio for a free etr tarrh book tion lIe said he had no axe to grind for himself or for any one else but simply wanted to assure the Presi dent that he was stiliR republican Preparations are under way to give Gov Nash and the party of State of ficials who accompany him to Canton on Saturday a rousing reception A local band will act as escort and the Canton campaign troop of rSgfi will reappear in evidence The resignation of Gen Draper as Ambassorto Italy has been received by President MoKinley and will be ac cepted The President feels confident that only personal reasons have moved Gen Draper to ask to be relieved from duty His services have been satisfactory to the department Sectary Hay will arrive here at n 30 A M tomorrow on a special train He will be at tbe McKinley home for two hours and will then leave for Washington A womans curiosity will go twice as far as her pin money 1 I i DRKENNEDYKERGAN car1nMsanndWomuthators JoyappIuessaitdiayItniiastoneBccrtt DrnlUN Iranotciicy bexuul pad Mental WaD Kidaey and Their guarantees are backed by UaokBoadi MENS LIFE BLOODyou may taft a eeret drain through the urinethats tbe reisoa yea feel tired ont In tb morning Yoa are not ratted kidney ache you deipondet tid bate no amblUoa Dont let jour Life liload be drained away Dr Xtltto Care or no P- ayBLOODlil- f POISON rnaybelike soa ilewars of 0111otula treatment Drtot X poll11ttT curs the worst cast or no P- ayViucocELE a STRICTURE TheN Method Treatment cum thua dlieate afflyand surely Wo pain no nfferlnr no detentlonlrom builnex Dontritk operation and rain your aezuat organs Tile tfictur tlsusis absorbed aad call uovcrretera Dr KKCuaraatetCar Kidneys BladderDont neglect your kidney Your achier back trll the tale Dont let Doctors fexperiment m you r AKcancuryoallyoa are not beyond human aid They guarantee to Cur or CURES GUARANTEED NO CURl NO PAY Conanltntlon ftme nooks cant Fe dealed Vrlti for Qusatlun EIMUk Sec Horn Treatment ttverytutaic Cunfiaentlal DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 628 WALNUT STREET ClnCinfiATI OHIO = l t I I h ru 11 youngBUSINESSfilnl It U ol flrnt Importance mt your training nt the school that ntnnds In thenry tiont rank She grynt 8 Stratton Easiness College roVov = = = =C e Kvren eJiHrltniiHl teacher each one n iitlallut In hi line Orad Wrllorfa II bnallAlrrMIOUTIINIt a- O a k k V cllltlr 3X Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of TuB REPUBLICAN is lin advance EADcUonary of ENGLISH Geography Fiction etc timInternationalvlllunblo Information arranged In n convenient form far hand eye anti mind It Is more widely USct1 as staDl1altlnuthorlly than any other dIctionary In the world It In every J Also Webtr ColfnLtte Dlctloouy with II Scottlh r Oloeaar eta lrshlaa1n aecon cllsa InIw CO fub uatrrthgTi4atpt S A t Hartford Republican I FRIDAY AUGUST 10 ajFON and LON ROGERS Edltors rlpb Sttslxiesn Office == tuutd frldaul b a Hit Hartford Pub Cotncorporatra ntered it Hartford postoffici as second class mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET ton 1HEsIDIN- TWm Uc=1nl UI 01110 FUR VICK 1BKNIXrNT rb cro XZoct01 44w York FOIl lOVrllO 1nW 2Tor2c a Ol Ilnjle Ioiuil ou COXUIItNIi = 117 1IreckrurlIge County TilE best campaign material iba the Republican party could hope for in Kentucky is the persecution ol Caleb Powers at Georgetown MR TOWNE who was nomiuated by the Middleofthercaderg ba withdrawn in the entercat of Mr Stevenson No news comes rum thii for Mr Towne is nothing but n Democrat any way aud he has taken the only logical course left for bim The middle oftheroad Pups were nothing but Democrat organized in the inter wtofthe wind jammer from the Platt TIm assassiuutiim of civil liberty is the iwue of this campaign aOlInot the BBsa sination of Senator Goebel The Demociatic party is the sole author of G tebeia death and yet they have the gall to charge their deeds of cor ruption and black infamy to tbe whole Republican party saying that whoso ever affiliates with that party becomes parlictptcnmlnu Brazen audacity anil hypocrisy is the only reliance of these political thieves to beguile the voter in the coming election Tbe daily developments in the per secution of Caeb Powers are unraveling tbe net work of the black eet crimes ever known in American history The perjured testimony of the prosecution is being exposed to the bright sunlight of to them painful truth Every thing now points to the fact that the prosecution through Campbell Co is making a death struggle to hang Powers rpgardlese of his Innocence Proof Culton G olden and Weavers testimony TUG charge of tueasaination to tbe Republican party will not shield the infamy of tbe last Legislature No man can endorse tbe acts of the that body without having remorse of con science if it has not been educated otherwise The assassination of one man great or small is uo comparison to the assassination of the liberties of 400000 voters Mr Goebel is re sponsible for the assassination of tbe ballot in Kentucky and he is also responsible for his own death Every man knows this fact to be true who knows anything of Kentucky politics JUDGE L P LITTLE addressed the citizens of Hartford and community at the court house Monday night His subject was why a Democrat should support Yerkes Judge Littles ad dress dealt in facts and not in asser tionshis whole argument was logic aland convincing and those that heard bim were convinced that the speaker was candid in every utterance 11 men will be as honeat as Judge Little and view the situation honestly and candidly as he has doneand at all times bo guarded by thespiritoftruth they will invariably come to the same conclusion Judge Little has served twelve years an Circuit Judge of thip district an a Democrat and ills whole life has been spent in the sera vice of that parly yet m his matured age he has come to the conclusion that it is dangerous to follow modern Democracy nod says the safety of the republic depends upon the principles enunciated in the Republican plat form Verily the Democratic partys brains have left it Look at Lindsoy and Carlisle and Buckner and Dreck inridge anti Yost and Kiiott and Brown in Kentucky to say nothing of those outside of the State TUB Gucbel Campbell Franklin CatitrilUScottBtckbam Blackburn Trimble contingent fund is now show ing its purpose Mr Weaver a star witness who swore he saw the gun front which the shot came that killed Goebel pointing out of the window of the oilice uf the Secretary of State has been proven to have been at Gray son Springs Grayson county on the tiny of the killing Yet no longer titan last week the editor of the Harts ford herald commented on this evidence as damaging to Powers Noth jog como as a surprise from the editor of this depraved and debauched journal Another witness the wit ness of all has a contract written and signed with Torn Campbell for 5000 for his confe ion and 2500 for each I succcsaf prosecution anti this was proven by a brotherinlaw of Goldens a miimter of the gospel Robert Noaks admitted uu the stand that Tom Campbell had dictated bisI testimony aud that he then signed This is the character of men now being landed by the jouinals assassination of human character and civil liberty It is not necessary for us to here state that these news journals are edited by irr sponiible mental and political mavericks Turn the Rascals Out In his uologyof Mr Beckbam Monday Mr Wheeler omitted the fact that little boy blue lied accepted stolen office Mr Beckham is a thief and there is no way for this fact to be auccetafuHy denied If a man steals a borsi he is branded in society as a horse thief and if a man steals an office to which he hadno claim nor title he too is a thief This is the position of one Mr Beckham He stole the tHee of Governor from W 8 Tayor under the monstrosity of GoebelismHe oil of W S Taylors bank account Honest Christian cant you see this fact Taylors majority WM 2383 and no court in this laud has ever contradicted or reversed that fact How then we ask youcan you kneel at the alter drink from the I wholly cup and support a public thef Yo i may diller from us poli CiUy but when you get out in the secret recesses of nature with none hut your God your consciences will roptovc you they will tell you that W S Taylor was honestly elected and that your man is au usurper conspira tor thief and demagogue Gentle men take this home to yourselves Your Mr Beckham has acknowledged that tda law is at fault and should be amended Just here may we not suggest that you cannot get forgive ooebcllltWIt you desire to have rnpentcnccjwash your hands of tbe infamy of Goebel um and bury those rascals now in stolen offices in oblivion If you dc desire true repentance repeal the thiefa law aud take from the thieves t their stolen goods punish them and then you may claim repentance Name a Single OneI In our issue of last week we made use of tbe following expres olIIIt In known uf fill men that tie Itbe tieiuucmtlr party In tbl State have the ttrnzcu nulwlty to vow to thEIr lln l that they are for thefieople while they loire both hnmUIn tbe KoiIen jiotket MteHllntf every vt tlze uf th OultntAnd is what the Herald had to say in reference thereto l1trllthrmtlmufltii content Ami can you mini n nliiKle Kentwklun who lift uniterprnue tbl ex perlence IP this nilie1 luptHphor or lust nn ordinary campaign lie The aitumcd editor desires that we name a single man that has felt tbe thiefs band in his pocket May it please your honor we delight in ac commodating you Those who have been robbedare W S Trylor John Marshall Caleb Powers Clifton J Pratt John S Sweeney W S Day John Burk and J W Tbrockraorton besides these every other citizen of Kentucky We speak not metaphor ically but truthfully as you your self know No court in the land has ever declared that Taylor was not elected neither has any Judge That declaration was only reached through a partisan legislature Tbe office to which these men were elected have been stolen from them under the forms of law which our contempo rary sanctions and says twas right and just The editor of the Herald iu sanc tioning this theft brands himself it thief approver und an enemy to morality and society but we could hope for nothing better knowing his past history So perfidious has been his course that when the substance of his pen falls before intelligence it ia immediately discarded The kind public will remember that this reprobate editor in answer to certain questions propounded to him aud his ompanj ion the tutumcd editor declartd that rubiberyGoebelat Mcllcnry and at other points The sayings of WiUtcrson the turn coat the babblings of Wood son and the prattle of Blackburn the eulogist aud yet thin parasiu isi the subservient tool ofall this infamy Fellow countrymen these arc facts which we give you and ifour content porary demands proof we will kindly reproduce bis own hand writing The Perjurer and the Perjured Press To watch the change of front of the Hartford Herald is quite amusing to most of its readers even good Democrats Its columns are filled with varied assortsments of material Last week in attempting to poison the j public mind against Caleb POWCH and his unfortunate companions na well as the whole Republican party the Herald produced the following edii torial Ucorge V Weaver of Deliver tol tivtlSnl at Georgetown iait Friday tint he saw this gun liar ret protruding from thvMwrrtury of Htuten utIle window ut the time Keuator UueUl waii hot uinl oalt ilrnwn front the window Thin IngootllI with the WenleriitnlonlioyiiiitHteinentUcertftlu IT roncla lr evldeniv that the nhit wa fireit from the olllce window of thi Secretary of State CaleW Iowtr Tbl tnptbw with the evidence nl 1111011 iluMen nail Xonkn nil of whom fire lie publican certainly make out n very tliitnngkiir disc apnlnit Power Before the ink had dried on that journals face this man Weaver liatit been arrested antI proven a per jurer and lauded in jil This strolling barbers evidence was all the Herald desired last week to convict Caleb Powers and it is no pur i rise to us that the strolling barber has been proven a liar that he was in Graysnn county on the day of the as si8sinalion hia vision was most ex cellent but we must acknowledge our stipnse to find this irticle in the columns of the tame paper thi s weekt Hen F Weaver the xtrollliiK lnirlxT who twll fled In the conspiracy trial at leornelowii ha been arreniv1 and put In jail charged with per Juty It wilt lie reniemberetl that hwore hennw ft Run barrel polntlnfrfrom t be Secretary of Stnten ortlfe on the slay of theaitaj liiatlon tint It ha been lnco proven that be wn at llraywin Sling at that time Oue bomb has exploled in the Campbell confession market andI others will follow Culton h81 been proven a thief while Noaks admitted on the witness stand that Tom Camp bell hail dictated his testimony It has also been proven that Golden has a written contract with tbe notorious Campbell for 5000 for his conies sion and yet this testimony of these men has been accepted by the court so was the strolling barbers Our desire is that the public may know the truth and we sincerely trust that every man guilty of murder may be convicted and punished while we are equally as sincere that every thief should bo convicted and in cases of cold blooded robbery he should be punishedand then disfranchised and then we would have tbe happy for tune to be forever ridof every thief iu the public offices at Frankfort The assassination of Goebel is de plorable yet the assassination of civil liberty is far more deplorabe Wheeler the Wa Hoss Last Monday the penpe of Ohio county heard the first campaign ppeech of the season It was remarkable in no fenseother than that which usual ly attends the speech of a Goehclizcd Denvcratthe absence ofreal gen uine argument It was speech of Cholly Wheeler from the famous first district This is the firm anti unwavering friend of Capt Stone who when ho went to the Music Hall with the corrupt became corrupt with the balance This is the same young babler who said in the cam paign last fall that the teachers and superintendents of schools couldall be bought like cattle this is the same progenitor of infamy and shame that bore the burdensome cross of Goebel ism in the last campaign He is the man according to his own utterance that rode sixteen hundred miles to see the malitia on the public square in Psankfort last January Certain Ily this is enough for the teacher the superintendent aod the layman to know of the man Wheeler The speech of last Monday was void of logic antI the spirit of sincerity np we predicted sometime since the issues for tbe campaign are the trust and imperialism neither of wbichs could Mr Wheeler define Imper ialism1 he saidwas a standing urmy of 500000 soldiers white the trusts were some great dreaded monster that he could not define but tbe farmer and laborer should beware of them and in order that the country raignt rid ilsclf of them and everything else as well Bryan should be elected this seems to be his reasoning After abusing tbe President as nn gentleman would do he drifted into the questions confronting the people of Kentucky He was quite boastful Iof the law and order paity at Frankfort anti its final triumptb but failed to explain away the mystery of Tay brs 383 majority lie failed to show I how ten out of eleven members of the I contest committee in a game of chance were chosen Goebel Demo crats hroused to discuss the ques lion of disfranchisement of the people of the cily of Louisville Johnson Martin and Magofiiu counties In fact he discussed nothing that con fronts the people of Kentucky To grouse that partisan prejudice in his hearers which permiates his own breast seemed to be his sole mission The speech was very similar to a re production of the Courier Journal and those having read the CourierJournal missed nothing by their absence Mon day It has been claimed by Tom Camp bell amha host of other demagogues that Goebel was shot in front but Mr Wheeler advanced another idea He said that Taylor the cowardly pup shot him in the back This story is radically diflerent from those iiilrmt in Frankfort aud Georgetown This idea of his being shot in the hack is a very plausible one indeed but ho is certainly mistaken in the man who fired the shot who waR imrne Iiately behind Goebel at the time of the shooting rook out Mr Wheeler you might give tbe whole thing away It is generally believed that the shot was fired from the rear anti such slippa as this is truly convincing Gentle men of the opposition bring on your Wheelers we will welcome all such in- our midst Their work will be a boonI to the Republicans and Iodej Democrats They may talk ofWa and the New Yawk Governor anti Gen Jo Whecla hut the issue re mains unchangeable It is theft en throned against honesty dethroned It is the ballot box slullers against he people It is a strife of the peo pIe for liberty Remonstrance This petition was presented for pub lication by the committee which we cheerlully grant We the undersigned citizens of Beaver Dam and community in be half of the safety and happiness of our people nnd for the promotion o I their moral anti social interest doI hereby eatnestly and sincethly pttli iun Thomas Taylor aud Thomas Tatutu to cease to sell give or Imnisli intoxicating libuors In our town Joel V riunuurr II II llarum t 1 llrown J w Iutr K M Chniiimn Kuinm Itnmra Fnnnl llnrnn Carrie Mnddui Xorii Maddui Vrrnn Mndilnx Oily Mndilox Oku Shnvrr tale SbavT llnrlcn MrrrlrV Abide llmkk dnn Janim W M Jiimtw liny leri Irk Vloln Plrili leoridc Coutn 1 J Mluhtll Tfnnle Illr May Illr llllnn Illr llwsle lilt W II utlt Um Au tln i 1 flay Marti Tnjrlur Willie Krllry Katie Taylor llntlirl 1rrKiun II I rstukm Least Taylor Addle Taylor Marvel Tnylnr J T Klnkriide llrttleTnylur W M llrrryinnn I II Chltklli M C TUhmor II II llodgw llnude Ann tin K J MtKcnniv linda WllllnniK Elks limn unm Slrn V 1 llrowu llrttle Irters S srsis IMr tie Jlnintle letiT Vllm IVtfrn Mabel Wndll illnnlerolriiuin Ethel Mltrlirll JMiLi Aotln Adn Ilnnim Augle I1 leechstney JB Stewart Mr J II UII trr Jlallle Stencil Milan lurnniiln Currlr Itrndrr hnrnh CnniilHll I II IVnlr i CHiiiibrll 1 M Peters Hit J M IVtrrn limtt Moolry Martini 1 1utf Mary A 1urlrr IVnnn Martin C M Taylor Snle Maddm 1m limn Cora llwiu Anna limn J 31 Rsrter J II tVtiiIass lolin lIulo U Mun Ilrnnrtt Mamriv lIrll1I II Taylor Jliiiritle Taylor Jl A IVxter 4 M ray lor Maude lludnon Mary Taylor II lv llarui unttlv StoTniK I A ritvvnu W M ritivran W A llockrr I Au tln W II Martin I I Wullwr Addl K Int W A Monroe Urn J I Steve Maln1 WIlllaniKdrnri Wllllaiiin WT MtKrnnry Mm W T McKenny mil urKrniwy f W Mitch ill ilni K MItchell urn Iran l ritrvrn W N ulll rr I J ulllrr J llmry llnrun 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Tnylor Suxan Monroe mu le Taylor MM S C Chandler Hlllle llorkrr F II Sanderfnr llrlle Smith rim llyan C II Herrlrk N IhirriiM C C cot Will U stevrtw I r chiimlhr lan y Steven UHad Stewart ivrry llrunlon lonl uaKiin leorv llruuton 11 llHlir SSuiltb Illley Tavlor Myrtle Fnunht Ira Mrrrirk C r Au tlnMMC I AUKtln J IMcKviiiirv urn J I1 MKumey Saute Howe W I Howe W T Austin MM I II ItlllU MM lien IVItM MM IIHN Au llll- UM urn Maddux SJ IllioaIi Nina I unddox Maude K Maddux llettle Henry Jettte Tnylor Mary T martin Ill How m N slinltt T N Ua vU Eite Taylor K A Taylor OUre miller A K miller HIM S II Taylor KtrlM Tavlor Duwllle Taylor nitlnnl Taylor It C larunirin Anna larnHKln SUMIII Taylor Noiu K Hlliox KlM llrowii Sttlla T Coojwr llffle Taylor Hour Tylor II II ItboiuU W II llhoaN A C miinln II H Taylor W II Harm I A Iate C T nmldox Sallle Taylor Krient Taylor nmry nullnrp Kvn inerldeth mattle Srlf Amanda Fannht Itt tie luulliall eCu molhall K J Ilanlel W II ulliotn Jorl innker Floyd morrli T II Fuuxht I in mllbird Jninm c Itnld J W 10 H I Tnylor iUCnCr nsatln Ilzzte Steven V m Stewart W I IJIen K in Cutter 1I1Inltflt J r miller K II IntteMon C T 1leriou less Ileritou lnln lInn F Cafebler linvld lnke JatneM A Ailtin J XV Ollnnnon w S Curler II H 1ln UI Tlllord J C IJIen Julm II llarnef II II liarnex II Colemnn ileo F lonir tcrcy mint II II Young 1 A mllbird Kiln StrvennHnrry son roe HIM hurry inonroe Fre1 Iinnlel mollU I avis Nniinle mint Sallle mint n in Anotln I m size H T Taylor HIM llzil Htoveim hark Steven 1JOSIBiMAoriE TALORI m VR1GLINCIIOCKERJ Attention Stock Men As there has been a great stir made over a stock law in our county I CoifleLook Is it coated Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every appetlleistresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dtezy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and re liable cure Ayefi piIIDont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet 4 ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move followingYou very next day Your appetite returns your yourheadaches your tongue clears up your liver acts well and your bowels no longer give you trouble Iritt 25 ccntsAIl druggist 01 hire taken IHIs for 39 years tool I consider then the bfit JOOIIbanhate ever tried llriNHTALKOT March M ian Arrlngtou Kim A J thought I would add my little mite r Now I am r poor man but do not take the same view of it as some do It Uargued by some that it would luin the poor class oi people but I thinkr it would be ol great benefit to all It would be less trouble lor them to keep their own stock in on enclosure than to keep other peoples out If we have a small piece of gtound that we cant tend ou account of fencing we can work it without a fence Now we want the people to study the mat ter over and come up in November and lets have a good stock law and also a good road law A VOTER p a BALLARDS SNOW UNIMRNT gives Instant relief In cases of Bleed ing Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by JH Williams un Notice The Emancipation League of Ohio county will hold a general business meeting on the 6th day ol August 1900 at 10 oclock A M All offi cers and committees earnestly request ed to be present Every citizen re quested to attend RDNRwToNSecy G W DRANK Pres Best for tIm Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowel are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you without a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARKTS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up In metal boxes every tablet has C C C stampedon it Beware of imitations YOUNC MEN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn j Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This is endotsed by atI leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable Institution ot its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term opens August Ijth Globe Tclegrjph College Lexington Ky No one knows the unbearable tor ture the peculiar and agonizing pain j caused by 1irii unless they have suffered from them Many belicvt them Incurable This is a mistake I Proper treatment will cure them PABLHRS BUCKKYK PILl OINF MENT is nn Inlalliblecute Puce 5 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts For salt II by J H Williams ITFiveWeather boarding Dresfcd ready lot nailing on Five Thou sand fett go xt one inch Poplar Price jzaoo per thousand CashI4 Ky DIljIlfrdM 14 tun rtrur r eBclntheslcallStreet and Apple Alleynlh Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hntha way basso successfully treated chronic lor diseases that be is acknowledged to prortfslonmethod ol treatment lor Vetlcocelf and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid and Urinar Parll RheumatlsmICatarrh men he is especially successful 1r Hatbawivs practice is more than double that cf any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by otherC physicians readily Ield to his ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charee for tefleeHathaway M D 309 Chuich St Nashville Tenn tf On account Mublenburg County Fair Greenville Ky August math to iSth 1900 tbe I C R R will sell tickets to Greenville Ky at tbe rate pi oboe tare for the round trip Tick ets to be sold August ijth to iSth in five grforS caDtalijilaDLr An old crimintl was once asked th what was the first step that led to his ing ruin when he answered The first got step was cheating the editor out ol two years subscription When I did that I could not shake him off a Blotcher nnd excrcseices vhichso often annoy people are hliuply ifTotts j for of nature to throw of impediments to dully lu the proper performance of her duties Ihfir HERBINE will aid anti assist nature ioinbiMutiful entirely free front all Imper the erfectionsfl Williams m COOPERSCHOOL HOUSE Mr John Perr Coleman and from timispentpjMrsDarn is visiting her sister Mrs JuUfchtery this week Misses ItSid and Mlrtie Taylor klpyme and Ethel Pluramsr Verna and Maytne Stevens Xtlpih Smith Itu- Opal Hunley and Mil tie Chick Jcssrs Will Ilwker C I sledges 1 11iItWJiJW Jljj Lend Us Five I I Minutes Of Your Time And Read This 0 ANNOUNCEMENT I I August Get Out of the House SaleIIVe have just resolved to clear the decks und when we j dcterminino to do a thing we enter into it heart and soul I We want to get every MANS and BOYS LIGHT COL ORED suit and nil Lawns Dimities Piques and nil Sum I mcr Goods out of our store within the next thirty days 1 THEY MUST GO OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN We Il profitI STRAW HATS will go in the sale r I at FIRST COST Every pair of Ladies and Misses Slippers in our store 1 at MANUFACTURERS PRICE If you are needing any cf the goods mentioned here you cant afford to miss this sale tI We have marked everything in our house DOWN I We havent time to mention prices Come and see for yourselfthats the only way to buy 1 Yours Truly I R T COLLINS 1 1itc Iw ntlal 1111 hlIII1 11111111 11 1 IIIU hllIIIJI t a 11 aIIIII 11111 1111aJIJIII1 11 en Groin Bnsinoss Colloo JtB- owlin Southern Normal School t oJLeTWO SErAKATE SCHOOLS DHDI1 ONE MANAGEMENT Ono Thousand Students Will be iR Daily Attendance During the Coming Year fUNDRKns oMhelM PoyIssTntcAt 1TlnitttM Mm of ths tninntry Sr GRATIOCTES ofth In tltotnni The following CoUrICS are Primary KnglKh TaChUINIIfttnrrtcolalllhl 14 jt Lculsn enj Oratory Voc l iluilr InitrumrnUl Mu loj rAW nutlnfiw 8hortlI ndTy Oml hrrvlrr Any who raterS the HlllNlu CoLLlun will hare theprlrllrcenf entering thrSoiTntSN NOSMIL ScHool and pursuineany filrry branch ie brancbr Uniht without rilrcharts We live two month tuition tri with nor live month Iu ly lbs Jlonllug UtMU Bttllonu college ri r 10U II It CIIKRRY General Iianc-rQ5LtI llaiiN Kr Aries and Arthur Plummer Richard l Taylor Richard Stevens anti R I edges ol Union attetvle slntnI SUlldaIRocnc alor who hive been thresh iic heat near Point 1Ieasint jcnt iit unlay nllhtand Surdiy at their homes Mr Gnfirld Parnad and wile 1 Liberty nelghhnilipod petit the zStli nd 39th of July in hin cotnmuniiy Miss Cira Coleinan who has bten I this nelkhbarhond the past two eeks lelt Tuesday for her home near i hitesville Miss IJffie Tujlor who has beemi at eaver Darn the past week came home Sunday afternoon Miss Lillie Steven came home Wed alter spending a week wither gradmother near Beaver Damn Several from this place went to Slaty Creek to hear Rev Jloyce Tay preach Tuesday nightIMrs Burden and lamllof Duller county spent last week visiting her sister of this neighborhood Mr Sam Rhoaris of Beaver Dam was in this community Sunday even IniMr E P Barnard and family and Mr Elmer Barnard of Llbeity spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr A C Stevens family Mr Joe Coleman and sons Ed and on spent a few days last week in lifton neighborhood Mr 0 V Wilson and sister Miss Tina spent last week in Hartfordat nding the Institute S B F O eX J3 V OTlI Qu Boar the j Ma Kind You Hate Mays Boajfet 11otStow Are Your KldacnDr ltObbuCtor3eus Pllli cure ill kMncj I1U Same AOl btefIingUcmcdj CuCnlcaiioor N VIow K tle and Willie are twins aged During a recent visit to their- andparents who live in the country d ktep chickens the twins were utioned In their strife to see which collect the most eggs never toke away the net egg One morn g Katie reached a nest first and seizing the forbidden egg started fore house Willie hurried alter shout Grandma Grandmn KatieVs the egg the old hen measures by I S- Hows This W offer line Hundred llollnr Hewunl foranr ciiiwiiit Cntiirrb thut rnniiot Imrurwl hy Italic Cntjirrh tar P J OIIKNKV A 111 rIIIIr nnilrnlxiied tmve known P J iiiuii jr year and helter bliu wrtwtlybrliflll nil tinnlnmn trnnniictUinii and nnnn I aOl to rnrry out ally olillKntlonn innde liy uCla I TolIIIjIIALIJIII I i iili Ciitnrrh harp Is tnkei iuitcruuiiy acting llrwily upon the blond nnd nnironit surface of j syctriu TiiilliniinlilH sent friw 1tltr 7r luuutli Hold by nil DniKKUtx I 1111 rnmlly 1illn sire the brut Coal We will exchange coal or deliver the Dr Miller Bank for any ng in the Dry Goods Groceries or ed line at Hartford prices Tele one 66 Jo A En MiLtKR What Not to Say Do not wy I cunt eat Take looda Sarsiparllla and say I am ngry nil the titus and food never j luits meII l TeHLSS UbCTIICTELCp1IO1 MeLrLcttLrec1 by the Companyii And be convincnl that it is the i feer of Any elephoneION TIlE IAnKltWe make n specialty of u LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE i In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber hand Telephones With Batteries compete for 826 F O B Caw Nashville Write us for prices on all material used iu onnection with the TELE PHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS Wo Are IIeqtflte WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY IP AND SCHOOLIDam Ky FOR LADIES AND GELNTLxElMBN Thorough cources in Literature Languages Music Art and Business Excclent home Influences Refined 1carsW G WELBOLtN Pros J HAM BARNES Vice Pros ore as tired in time morning nsnt night II they happen to lie sharp they will tell you Hoods Sarsnpnrillu cures that tired feeling Do not nay My face Is full of pim plea V m ate quell likely to be told bysomeone Theres no need of thxt for Hoods Sarf npnrilii cutts pim pVs It IK Imprtiprr Htid untitcpss ry to say My health In poor nnd my hon l Ii bad Hoods S ursap itilla will jiveyou good blood tied goxt health will lollnw Mil nntiKiil cons qiience isrtwtts TOU boLrOOOTUUA1- 5mev Couti a lb- rkslicgte dIr 10 toba with ao tr ptl 100 r b 000Iblaltunt55ti vb IIIIYourTIIII OC baztl uiuall cunn 3baiMtU IcStifle trio y I Rough Hirer ORI04TIII Telephone Company J Talk being cheap and necessary folkS1whurfown and ho in talking distance with tho whole situ hUllinossjpoints gonurnlly by only saying u renMinublurvnt to tIme Hatifonl TelephoiiQ aiiiTExclmnge Coor expensoifyoliHartford Ky for jiarticulars- Wi connect with all Indecendent Companies 1 i SWEEP f- i OUT SALE I Between now and the first lay September wo must have n GEN I EUAL OI JA tel ol oil SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Noth II ing in Hummer wear reserved Former prices not considered II Wo must move them nt some price Wo need the room for our Full I Slock and wo nre making a Mi reduction hall lines that we tiny ho II hotter prepared iu the future to supply tho wants ol our customers SUrxlrxlec r OlotibLizng I We are riill wo can fnmWi ou I somo g od oluesIMens Luntro Coats 85 cents ti 82 2 i Former price 812 to I 8300 II Mens Linen Suits that sold for fl 00 now 82 I Men + light color Wool Suits runner price 8S 00iI Men hotter grade lightcolor Sihaiormer I keys Suits Kneo Pants worth 8100 Your choice for T 9 wjits II Never was there a better chance fur you to buynice STYLI 3II II CLOTHING SO CH- EAPSweep Ovat i Slipper Seule Much has been said about our S ippcr Sale and much has been i A done iu this department In till lat luw days PRICES are DOING the VOKK r II fit r mitnm tirnliAli lint llin IOu r P Btyhs are 1IIloIlleICheapII per In IMuck or Tan fmntr loleo lUOuur I3W Impou r 1UICE II 75 crnf I Our Mirfea and children Slippers that sold for 50c 75n and 8100 I now We SOc anti 75c in Tan or lllack I Stroroer I ash GooLs 1 Our stock is low but we cfrtkinly Iwvo 811110 liciuitilul good at 1 prices tlmt are iuteicstin- gi 2 rnU per yard fur 1 lot of Lawns former price U conls Ificents per yard for 0110 lot of Dimities former price 8J cants Ir rents per yard fur one lot ol Dimities former price 10 cents line of 121C ami nc Lawns now 101IWhile Duck and Marseilles fur skirls I fuel yonwcir by visiling tho GIUiVT BARGAIN GIVEKS j Hartford Republican1 FRIDAY AUGUST 10 nnIllinois Control RallrondTlmo Table Sir tlnMrnr1 lallnR rent udxy Jun NIb two lit n- lillh lluiinil snob Unit nil Snlaeduelo6xluSnI2ldurllMlaiii SU lilt duebtup III SIlIu II III xntalhwLhnp m Lorne Frlgtl- 5o 151due7SOnm 1tiMdn25O p m- sI t Ullnu Agent t For the nicest hults In the city call nt the Singer fffice c t Mr Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines vvas In town Wednesday Mr L I 1ulVerron Mcllenry Is quite sick of Typhoid fever Ohl what delicious ice crenm and sherbet you Ret at the Singer Office Master Vavic E Liles hI Heaver Dam Is the guest of Roy Miller Mr L M Render Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W A D Render J IWhat dainty little cakes you gq with cream or sherbet at the Singer cfiicc 1 Miss Nora Anderson Owensboro Is visiting Mt and Mrs Johit T tMoore I L Woodward and Mr W tHtl Centertown called to see us Tuesday x Messrs V A Stewart and C D f Robltsop Rcclcporl were among our t fcolers Tuesday Iilllr Karl Ceilings of Glenville Wednesday and Thursday here the guests of relatives Miss Lelia Drake of near South t Carrolton Muhlenburg county Is vis lllng Mr and Mrs John T Moore FOR SALROne brown ruareclght years od Works well everywhere Call at this office Ice cream and sherbet constantly on hand at the Singer Office Delivered toVny part of the city Rough Rive Phone No 32 Cumberland 46 Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Tues lay while Mis Bar relativeNsome k from a severe attack of typhoid fever r The whisky men crrrred their pain at Render Tuesdy when the poll c ostd they had 50 to 30 in their favor Tuesday will long be remembered ASI day of misfortune to the town and it Interests PISOTS CURE FOR cu r ut BMtUoufbSjrap TuMUouL CM memo C ON S U MPTION Mr D B Reid Beaver Dam called to see us Wednesday Visit the Singer Office for Ice cream sherbet soda water and lemonade Mrs M M Hardwcll ol Louisville is the guest ol the family ol J W Ford Miss Martha May Rogers Beaver Dam is visiting relatives In town this week Mr Rollie Hayes of Owensboro ii the guest of Mr and Mrs T J Smith and family MM Mary Williams Taylor mines was the guest ofJudge Millers family I Wednesday Mr Ernest Woodward went to Andersonvllle Davless county last Saturday and returned Sunday Remember that you are In arrears land that your little might will be very greatly appreciated Mrs Jim Barnett and son Master Thomas of Owensboro are the guests ol Mr and Mrs J A Thomas and family Mrs T S Brown Centertown and Miss Annie Bennett Rockport left Tuesday evening lor Texas to spend pome time with relatives Notice the label on your paper and see it you do not owe us Come in and pay up It takes money to buy materials and to satisfy printers Miss Georgia Wedding entertained n large party of friends Wednesday evening at n birthday party It being her fifteenth anniversary A number of nice presents were made Miss Gor gla Messrs L M Render Sam P Ren der R R Hayes and Lon Rogers Misses Jessie Smith Belle Woener Mary Smith and Fannie Render spent the day with the family of Esq C L Woodward near Centertown yester day E qr lames A Park moved his family to town yesterday K qr Park comes to town to educate his children and we hope for his future home Isis is one of the very best families in the county and Hartford greets them with a most hearty wel come lie occupies tbs Thurman Westerfield property I Summer colds 3 are noted for hanging on They weaken your throatI ya and lungs and lead tot serious trouble tADont trifle with them Emulsion at II cjg once It soothes heals and curesrvj Olndl All druul l Il wmmm Rev Iv D Maddox will be with the Baptist congregation Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night Every one should hear him Ills dls course will be both Interesting and instructive Dr R Goldstein has returnid t Hartford and will be pleased to mee- any one who may wish to have their eyes examined or glasses adjusted at the Hartford Couse He will only be In town this week The example set by the Republicans of Centertown should be followed by every precinct in the county They organized at enthusiastic Yerkes Civ il Liberty club last Saturday night There should be a clnb in every school district Judge Miller has just received a communication from his uncle Rev Dr A 0 Miller pastor ol Emanuel Baptist church Little Rock Ark saying that he will visit relatives and friends in Ohio county in the near lu lure Dr Miller was reared near Ro sine and has many kindted and friends here Mr Alfred Buckby tormerly ol Northamptonshire England but now ofFordsvilletook out his naturaliza tion papers Monday and is now a cit izen oTthe United States Mr Buck by is a very intelligent gentleman and a strong believer in Republican principles Mr and Mrs R D Walker gave asocial entertainment Wednesday evening in honor ol their brothers Messrs Sam P and Lon Render Parties present were Messrs Sam P and Lon Render Lon Rogers and R R Hays and Misses Pannje Render Mary and Jessie Smith and Belle Warner A most pleasant evening was enjoyed byI ell Dr R Goldstein the well known lye specialist of Louisville who was here two weeks ago returned to Hartford Wednesday August 8th and will remain until Saturday evening Those suffering from neuralgia orI weak and defective eyes shoud cons suit the Doctor during his stay Eye- Glasses and spectacles adjusted to all ondlllonsol sight consultation Ireei Once at Hartford House Mr Dock Sanderlur living near Beaver Dam met with a very unfortunate and perhaps serious accident abt Sunday while enroute to Beaver Dam lie was thrown from a buggy md his shoulder was dislocated and the bones badly crushed His left hip was seriously injured Ills ad vanced age will make his case a very doubtful one It will leave him a cripple for the remaider of his life The ladies of Beaver Dam have en tered upon a course which they can not afloid to abandon They have lust cause for complaint and the whole country will honor them In the attempt- to preserve their homes A petition has been presented to Messrs Taylor and Tatum asking them to abandon their illicit sale of whisky and they should heed its mandates Their bus- Iness has been successfully carried on this far but those ladles have said stop in thundering tones The whole community are with the noble women md they have but to persevere and their purpose is accomplished The following are the schools that began last Monday The names following the District Number is name of the teacher who teaches therein No tot S M Wilson No 21 Birch Shields No 5 J A Duff No 90 I J Hoover No 86 N B White No 29 Otl Likens No 89 W A Miller No 84 S W Crowe No 69 J D Oliver No 37 Mary Holloway No 25 Mary E Rogers No 36 Daisy Cross No 67 G O McDonald No 32 J A Sondbach No 102 Cova Anderson No 391ra Lee No 112 R D Head No 104 Bertha Paxton No 99 Nannie King No So Florence Mor ton No 43 J C Lawrence No 63 Bloomer Renfrew No 73 DH Godsey No 4 J E Mitchell No 27 II C Crowder No6 J S Fitzhugh Mr James Espey met with a very painful experisnce in his place of bus Incas last Friday night at McHenry It Is reported that Espey has been engaged in the liquor traffic at that place for some time and Friday night about 10 oclock after his work for the day had been concluded he layed down to rest before retiring for the night and some one supposed to be one of his customers fell upon him with murder and robbery in his heart In the secret of night and cruelly beat him breaking his jaws and bruising his head seriously then a razor was called into service and his throit was cut alter being thus disabled his con querer took for his reward all the money he could get which was about 4000 Dee Ilocker a colored man has been artested and lodged in jail as a suspect at present there Is no clue as to the guilty one- NLCOF9sWOItTIt KNOWIM 4OTenranreeaaln the South prurr Hughe o n great roronlj for Chili and all Malaria Kurrr Uettrr than Quinine Guaranteed trj t AtDrngglat roc and 1100 bottlM asjot Tako Heod Will Suroly Spood He sure to heed the first symtons of indications nervousness and impure blood and thus avoid chronic dyspep sia nervous prostration and all the evils produced by bad blood Hoods Sarsaparilla your safeguard I qnlckly sets the stomach right strengthens and quiets the nerves purifies and vitalizes the blood and keeps up the health tone All liver Ills are cured by Hood s Pills 250 RESOLUTIONS Adopted by tho Yerkos Llbor ItyClub at Contortown Saturday Night 1900ton s beg leave to submit the following Resolved tat That this club be known as the Yerkes Liberty Club al Centertown Ky 2nd That the doors of this organs zatlon be opened to all liberty loving voters of this voting precinct 3d That we accept all good citizens who may wish to become honorary members though they may not be voters4th That we heartily commend the voters of this precinct for true courage In that they registered a majority ol fifty against the enemies of a free bal lot and a fair count Nov 7 1899 5th That we commend the noble stand taken by Representative Jarna gin and Senator Howard for civil liberty 6th That we Indorse the able admin istration of Gov W S Taylor and deplore the fact that political greed on the part of his opponents have so shamefully and illegally deprived him of his office 7th That we indorse the wise and political administration of President McKinley8th we commend the action of the Republicans of Fourth Con gressional District in their nomination of Mr Jolly for Congress 9th That we Indorse the action of the Republican State Convention in the selection of the lion John W Yerkes as their standard bearer ol Civil Liberty In Kentucky loth That we heartily Indorse the Republican State and National platforms nth That we deplore the political condition ol our State and believe that such has originated from such vicious and unfair legislation as the Goebel election law and we urge all people to lay aside prejudice and battle for liberty and restore again to the State the rights of a free ballot and a fair count 1 2th That we denounce as abso lutely false the statement in the Democratic State Platform We have al ways been for a fair election from the fact that In n similar document of 1899 they indorsed the Goebel election law unralrandICommonwealth are using In the trial of Caleb Powers at Georgetown believing that they persecute Mr Pow ers for the sole reason that he has been a Republican leader and that they may secure a part of the 100000 corruption fund Faithermore wede nounce the unfair ruling of Judge Cantrlll14th That we advocate the repeal of the Goebel election law at the ear- lIest possible moment and desire in Its stead a law that is fair and nonpartisan J A RKNEEU JOHN T RONE JOHN CARTER V Com CL WOODWARD Jo B WARD A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of BAL LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP In all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and So cts For sale by J II Will lams Court Notos But little business has yet been done In Circuit Court Setting forward and continuing has been the chief work thus far The following jurors were empanel ed Tuesday the second day of court Clinton Igleheart J R Shultz W C Wallace Geo Neighbors J S Mc Sherry W V Duke A Grigsby Garl Hamilton L H Hammonds Sylvester Shown Wm Brown Ab Chapman Jacob Shaver o1 Burdett R M Pate R P Brown Grant Pol lard R II Gillespie Shelby Rock Jno McCormick Worth Tichenor- A B Stanley E B Kirtley J W- Hines The following attorneys are in at tendance at court W S Morrison- C W Massie Judge L P Little of Owensboro S P Roby Fordsville B L Kelly Aetnavllle Speed Gully Morgantown C M Barnett and it D Gully Louisville E Woodward M L Heavrln C E Smith Shelby Taylor A C Taylor H P Taylor J B Wilson E P Neal W H Barnes J E Kogle Baker Rhoads R D Walker J S R Wedding JnoP Morton R EL Slmmerman Jo B Vickers J E Davidson R R Wed ding F L Felix J S Glenn J E Rowe B D Ringo G B Likens Jno T Rone II H Davis and J P Sanderfar Where thedlgestlon Is good and the general powers of the system in e healthy state worms can find no hab Itation in the human body WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE not onl destroys every worm but corrects al derangements of the digestive organs Price 22 cts For sale by J II Wil isms m SMALLHOUSE KY August 7Mr James C Bennet happened to avery painful accident Friday while fixing a place in the roo of his house which had sprung a leak he fell from the roof breaking one o his limbs Mr Bennett is gettlni along as well as could be expected Mr Sam Everly lit a match am threw it in a whisky bane to see gas burn which caused an exp oslor I that knocdcd the head out of the bar ref and struck him in the forehead cutting a gash about three inches long Dr G L Everly was called iu to se w up the place Mrs James Drake and sister Mrs Mildred Calloway were the guests o their aunt Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo Monday Mr Henry Taylor and family o near Hartford Mr Will Leech and family ol Liberty still Mr Ross and bride of Hartford visited the family of Mr P B Taylor Satur day and Sunday Messrs Ross Morton and William Addington and Misses Eulah Adding ton and Eulah Wltbrow visited Mr CaleUan Wlthrow and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Barnett Owensboro Is visiting relatives In our community Mr S J Hawkins and wife Hart ford visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Rev G H Lawrence who has been called to preach at Pond Run church filled his first regular appointment last Saturday and Sunday Mr C ft Bullock and sister in law Mrs Joe Bullock accompanied by their sister Mr FI Kimbley and nephew Mr Ot Kimbley visited his sister Mrs Dora Wyatt Madisonvllle a few days last week Mrs Maggie Faught and Mr and Mrs Ed Curtis visited Mrs Faughts brother Mr Alford Matthews who is quite ill Saturday and Sunday It HERB1NE is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and ex pels all impure secretions of the body Price So cts For sale by J II Williams A Call The Republican Executive Commit tee of Ohio county is hereby called to meet In Hartford Saturday 130 p ra August i8th as very important busi ness is to be transacted every mem ber oi the committee is earnestly re quested to be present M BARRASS Chrnn By LON ROGERS Secy Bad blood is a bad thing to inherit or acquire but bad blood may be made good blood by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Rosolutlons We the committee on resolutions of the Ohio County Teachers Institute submit the following Resolved That we favor a law ex tending the school term to a minimum of seven months by uniform taxation Resolved That we look forward to a better and more uniform system of gradation and classification in our public schools Resolved That we favor a law mak ing the county the unit of taxation for school purposes Resolved That we heartily endorse the darts being made to establish permanently a Teachers Reading Circle for the State of Kentucky and that we will co operate with the State Board to further such a cause Resolved That we recommeod a change in the beginning of the school year from ratof July to the rat orJan- uary so that the teacher may be ens abled to close contract earlier in sea son whereas we are unable to con tract until 1St of July Resolved That we express to the citizens of Hartford who have so ably assisted in the evening entertainments our sincere appreciation of their kind ness and that we extend to them our heartfelt thanks Resolved That we extend to our worthy Instructor out most cordial thanks for the pleasant and profitable manner in which he has rendered his servicesResolved That we appreciate the wise and are thankful for the earnest adnress of our young friend Rev Boyce Taylor Resolved That we extend to Prof E A Carter and his assistants our most cordial thanks tor the excellent manner in which they have conducted the music for this Institute Resolved That we the teachers of Ohio county are not unmindful the Invaluable services of our Superln tendent Fon Rogers along the line of education and of his efforts to make our institute work both pleasant and profitable and we now tender ourbest wishes to him wherever he may beDORA GinsoN 1- FANNIB H C CROWDER RENDER J C HOHRIMER f Com- M J HoumooK ERNEST WOODWARD S W CROWE J Memorial Resolutions Whereas the allmerciful Creato has deemed it wise to take from among us since our last meeting J L I Elmore one of our eatnest and con secrated workers and R P Hocke- and I E T Miller ex teachers an warm friends of education therefor e belt 1 Resolvtd That in their death the profession of teaching has los three of its most enthusiastic am earnest workers 2 Resolve That we sympathize f with their loved ones in their bereave ment but we would console then I with the assurance that their departed ones are enjoying the rewards o conscientious and well spent lives I 3 Resolve That a copy of these resolutions be recorded in the min I tl1oIiIIfyoiii k r U eta rrler caueln liiiiiutiiv cih llcmluclip Ilea burn ii Cioietiiutiiil take adore ol PillsIOn retiring and tomorrow your dt CBElIvc orpins will be regulated and readiy been the experience of others j It will bo yours HOODS PILLS Insold by all medicine dealers 25 eta utea of the Ohio County Teachers InstituteOZNA SllULTZ 1 R T WEDDING I W R CARSON Corn OrtNA WOODWARD I DON WFSTJl IIItLU J MINUTES OF OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE eontIDnrd trot leatwick IIEIcDLlcu1 THURSDAY MORNING The ringing of the court house bell called tbe teachers together for the beginning of another days pleasant workDevotional Exercises were con ducted by Rev Boyce Taylor Music furnished the Institute Immediately alter roll call the vis lUng teachers were given an oppor tunity to address the teachers Prof Foster responded with a few words of greeting This was followed by Prof Gardener with a short talk in the In terest of Bowling Business College Newspaper men were then given an opportunity display their works after which the remainder of the period was spent by the Instructor In tbe discussion of psychology Recess After music by the Institute and roll call the subject of Grammar was introduced Prof Welborn discussed the Inductive and Deductive Methods ol teaching gra miner He prefers the Inductive Methods and suggests the use of otject lessons MrIioheinter thinks the End to be Attained is the correct use ol the sentenceNext floor was cccnpled by Mr C Igleheart in the discussion oj Grammar as a Mind Trainer Slangy repressions were discussed by Messrs Patton Wedding and Woodward Love ol good Literature Miss Beulah Coots Recess House called to order in the usual way After roll call an opportunity was given Messrs W S Young and J D Oliver to settle their difference of opinion as to whether Intelligent Reading and Writing should be a Qualification of suffrage This was done by a short debate each gentle man being allowed five minutes in which to present his side of the ques tion Both gentlemen were declared victors The remainder of the period was spent in the discussion of Arlth metic by the Instructor and Institute After the appointment ot the commit tee on resolutions namely Misses Dora E Gibson Fannie Render Messrs S W Crowe J C Hoheimer and E Woodward Mr Ozna Shultz moved that n committee on memorial resolutions be appointed the motion carried The Institute was then ad journed to meet again 730 The house was called to order In the usual manner and the discussion ot school management was begun Mr Turner read a very interesting paper on the Duty of Teachers to Themselves The discussion was continued by the InstituteMiss Mattie Pirtle discussed the Duty of the Teacher to School Prop erty Several short talks followed on the Mutual Duties of Teachers and Parents and the Duty of the Teacher to the School as a Whole Messrs R T Wedding W R Car son Ozna Shultz and Misses Dena M Woodward and Dona Westerfield were named by Supt Rogers as memorial committeeThe was called to order in the usual way and the entire period given to the discussion of History Mr A TAXES 1 CCall on me at once and pay your Taxes For 1900 This call must b regarded as urgent My payment to tin Auditor is due am my business must bi closed By a promp payment you rdr n P nalt Imposed by law lo paymenttCall on me in th Sheriffs Office or on I of my deputies in tin RQspyft SeT SOC eIIf you will buy three = Old Virginia Cheroots and smoke them today you will get = the greatest amount of comfort and satisfaction that Scents will buy in a smoke and get it three times over J A You havent any idea how good they are and cannot have until you try them Try three today instead of a 5c cigar Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own diner Price 3 for 5 centss t S i W Bennett made an interesting talk on American Achievements the Nine teenty Century followed by Mr W R Carson on Kentuckys History Miss May E Rogers in a few well chosen remarks gave the Intemperance of History The Best Method of Preservation was discussed In a- very able manner by Mr Ed Patter son Prof Gardener then told how History was taught when he was a boy and how it should be taught now After a recess ol ten minutes the third and last period of the afternoon was devoted to Physiology The teachers entered cheerfully into the discussion ol the sal ject and all felt that the time was profitably spent The Institute then adjourned The evening exercises consisted ol a social entertainment which was en joyed by all FRIDAY EVENING The Inttitnte convened at 830 Fri day morning Alter music by the Institute and roll call the first period was occupied by Prof Willis in an instructive talk on pedagogy Recess Alter music by Institute choir and roll call the teachers entered Into the discussion ol Composition Messrs Ed Patterson and O V Wilson made interesting talks Miss Gibson emphasized the importance of teaching composition in the common schools Miss Fannie Render gave her meth od developing the descriptive power in the minds ol her pupils Letter writing was discussed in a- very practical way by Dr J S Fitz hugh and Misses Ida Maddox and Florence Morton This was followed by excellent talks by Prof O M Shultz D H Godsey and W G Wel born Recess Prof Carters class furnished music after which the organization of the Reading Circle was begun After attending to other business of the Institute that body was adjourned Noon After music by the Instl tute and roll call the organization of the reading circle perfected Prof W G Gardener being appointed tem porary President ol the circle and Miss Gibson Secretary Motion made by Mr Fitzhugh to make the temporary officers perma nent Motion carried and Prof Welborn and Miss Gibson were declared Pres dent and Secretary Motion WAS then made to appoint a committee oi five to form a plan foi the organization of the circle The motion carried and Prof O M Shultz Dr J S Fitzhugh Mr E Woodward Miss Belah Coots and Mrs Julia A Wedding were appointed as member of that committee The committee on Resolutions of Respect reported ond their report was adopted The report of the committee on resolutions was adopted after striking out the clause referring to the making of first grade certificates valuable I any county In the State Organization of the County Asso elation was then discussed It wai then decided to follow the plan adopt ecf last year and Miss Dora Gibson Mr RT Wedding and 0 M Shult were appointed to prepare a program and name the time for the first meet ing The Institute then adjourned ti meet again nt the first Teachers As socUtlon Pox RoGERS Chmn LEE CIIINN Secy FonSAMJ log team consisting o 3 yoke of oxen and wagon in good condtions Terms reasonableG 51t8eHeres the way two of our married ladles took leave of each other at tin gate a few evenings since Good bye- Goodbye Come and see us soon 4 will Goodbye Dontforgettocomet ti come up I wont Be sure and bring Sarah lain with you next time el will Id brought her up thl time butshe wasnt very well Sh awfullyI was too bad Be sure and bring her next time I will and you be sure and brlnj the baby I will I forgot to tell you that he cut another tooth e You dont sry so How many ha henowFive It makes him awfully cross J I daresay it does very ho weather Well goodbye Dont forget t come down No I wont Dont you forget t conic up Goodbye And at last they separated OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Civil Docket for August Term 1900 JXD DAY TCDIOAT ACOMT 8TH SS30S II Ercrly TI hymn Tkhtnor dc KVNnrnl A Hurtling Ar m Ellnbit Half Ac S1IW I1 tlrnvea YI M V CampflrM MM0 T Tlnlfj n J 1 Foetal lab PAY wEDaeDAYACOTITRTH 32111 II Hteren Ta Tailor Coal Company 4018J T lloark Ac n Jno niarkbnrn ioNw A Hill M J II Cnrtln 40311 II lloblnion TI II V Drown 403GW H Cole Ta1a C II It Co I 4lB DAY TirUDAY ACOCIT tTB- 4005J I Thonpnon n I C It 110 38WO C Roberta TI M 8 Thompon 403ftJai C Taylor n Jwne It Ring 4037111 Aihfori At TI Clarenm Vllnon 41110 KT Cooper I C llllCoC- TH DAY rniDAT Acorir 10TH 4011 Ida IL Ilran n Ellin Cote 404JW M Wilier TI A Wlnkltbrrk 41111 W Clamtt Ac TI Carney HM 4011Shelby Tajinr TI ilnrryThhenoreae4- 016F11Ia A Cat TI R K Dan HTM DATPATTHDATATOAeaTIIT- a4017Albert William Ac TI oar HtoTrai Ac 404SW II bInD 11t Taylor Co 40010 P Sklllman TI N T Hbarp 40UVI M Roacb TI T J MOM Tie Co Ac ITH DAY UOXDAY AroriT 1ST- B4U7J W Mercer Ta I C It II Co- 4063W Fred Long v0 W sl Molt Jr Ac 40C4J II Huttleworth Co TO U 0 FlrownAe 4008 Hainantha Acton va Fun Itogen at- 4062W P Drake Ac n Rowan llolbrook A copy Attent H A Aaucaaoxlar- kCENTERTOWN Hot Weather and need of rain are two things we now are submitting Mr James Benton conductor on the Texas road spent several days with his family here last week and returned to Louisville last Sunday Miss Clara Paxton of Louisville Isvisiting the families of L C Mor ton and Alvin Rowe Mrs Tom Morton of Livermore spent Sunday with her sister Mrs L C MortonMr Bennett of Washington Ind after spending several days with relatives here has returned homeMrs John Carter visited her parents near McHenry last week Mrs H II Davis spent last week with relatives In Hartford and near BedaMrs C K Reneer who has been sick for quite a while is improving slowlyBorn to the wife of Mr Frank Ross a bouncing boy July 29th mother and are both doing well Mr Jake Condlct Is moving Into the Hubbard property and Mr Mant Rowe is moving into the McPherson houseWilliam McLean of Muhlenbnrg county purchased the George Rhoadi farm near Centertown and takes pos session in sixty days consideration 1700 If we have luck we will try and give you a full report of the Liberty clud that was organized here on the SnR Wedding C P Keown MS Ragland and S A Anderson of Hartford were present and made good talks for the club Come again boys TRAVELER SavedMy e Mr P W Hebebrand Pres Ohio Pipe Covering Co Cleveland Ohio says I am satisfied Dr Miles Nerv ine saved my life I was a nervous mybUsinesss me and I decided to try Dr Miles Nervine It me prompt relief and finally effected a complete cure lun In gOOd health now and have gained several pounds In flesh t DrMilesNiVjn is told br all druggists on guarantee 0fiat bottle or money back on heart and nerves seat tree Dr lilies Medical Company Efcarl tad I CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bears the- Signature of For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA rHe NIW ONN CITY TIME AND SPACEpUcnUrIMId cumference of Old Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there todaywe know tomorrow if we read TUg CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondent are located ii every important dly in the world outsdi of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service nnd it is supplemented by thj regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking the nations of wars and rumors of warsof the threatening diiuolntion of old governments and the establishment of new of the onward sweepof the race in parts of the world the medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper TIlE CHICAGO RECORD 3izl5Inrbslluropooii thc c K Ie will lit mulled to any oddres roe or nn rrctlpv of rctiucst accompanleil by two cent iiaup to rostago and wruprlwr The Illt clearly 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PLUG TOBACCOJif wII last loegor and ulfurd Inure plcauuro than a dlmeu worth orany- utlirrbraud W MAI JBE TSTSend tags to CONTINJNPAL TOBACCO CO St LOllIs Mop C V Hartford Republican FRIDAY AIKUST 10 nqn CANAL CONCESSION LAPSES Maritime Companys Property Seized by Nicaragua Tho Government It Is Said Will Protest Against tho Action The government ol Nicaragua has taken possession of the property ol the Miiittme Cannl Company nnd re uoved the compnnys cars rails nnd roperty to the Interior Irom Grey own under article 54 ol the conces ion SIGNIFICANCE OF TilE SEIZURE No official inlonnntion concerning he report from Managua thkt the gov ernment ol Nicaragua has sezed tht property of the Maritime Canal Company has been received here but tht government understands the situation tell enough to appreciate the reasons hich brought about this radical ac Lion by Nicaragua Some time ago after the govern ment of Nicaragua had declared tht concession to the Maritime company forfeited and had granted a new concession to the Cragin Ere syndicate the Maritime company became aware if the purpose ol Nicaragua to seiz its propelty and appealed to the United States to see it through Under one ol the articles of the concession the company and the government of Nicaragua way have recourse to arbi ration in the event of just such differ enceslIndan agreement was reached that aibltrntors should be appointed It was the failure of this attempt at in its preliminary stage that brought bout the seizure In order to fully understand tht stuation now existing a brief review f the controversy will be helpful The concession to the Maiitime Canal Company was made by Nicaragua ii tS87 and a period ot ten years alit the completion of the surveys wa given the company within which to complete the canal Two yeits npn the ten years period expired and laM year Nicaragua setved notice on th c impatiy that its concessions haii been uftittd nnd that its propert could he sezd TUB AMlirUATlON 11 IUTK Under article 48 of the concession which provides for an extension of the period within which the canal should be computed if the delay lidS not been due to the fault of the company an xtenslon was applied for but Nicnra zua decintd to gran it Then the ompiny demanded nrbitratlon as LYONSiJ W i- I kj 1t V I Jif j I T1ADE 5 MAn I I r 4fJ- I JII t LAXATIVE jSYIULPf iJu Is mlJa frci t cviactj ofI vegetabIc nJ 1 til S lll In- jurlous dri 0 Ust pre scriptioi lil c M irnjej for rhicurcr Cop Dlliiusntcs Sivk Ileijnclu i L v i ncs aol U Jlspjl CoUi r I ivj U drives mt ill itnpuri I f l i HooJ and ivtUa thi co tii c If you do not II ltif than any yourJrugittAn ideal remcj i r cilJren as wellj j ntlSo0 = =A = J=111 ltilltoU A TO DlllHlrr J y liyIII II I 1111 140 hllllll Iii lll ls il III MillpiirillrIrtllV X I 1111 rIliliw II u 3 TIII- IKANslMJ AMI 1111 tillnllt atarrh EL Y3 tiitl AL1 ay air 1 ilii iiii nus Cnniit iinjurtiu lrus t is rjiiikli nb nnltd Jives te 1st nt oice It C p ns an P ifti Millie a St sages Llays it n iiiiiMtton ltrll1 d pro cts the nit itihraitp Kr t us the snses ol tH te pnrl smell lae size- S rents nt ilrniti ti r hv 111111 trial fz 10 cents by snail 8 ly llrMliir t l tViirmiNI N i iv Sup It ERVITA PILLS Restore Vllallly Lost Vigor and Mnobood Ute Inipotency Iglit Emlllion Lots of Meat WY nil wullll tlllcae all ctlucb ntFclrajuiour 60excel anti Indlserellon 2 A nerve tonic Lnd PILLSblood bulldor Dlln- Iho ilnl glow to paoc- heeki 60anti TeStoro UID Vlrn ol yotitli IJ moll CTSbox O boici for 25Owtth our bankable eauranteo to cure r refund the money raid Bond for circular ad copy of our baukaulo guarantee Loud IlerVltaTabletsEXTRA STRENGTH Re8ultsIELLOW LADEU oliUreJ1n1nrnntcCtt cure fur Lost of Power nrlcocol Undeveloped or Slirunken Organs arctlt Locomntor Ataili Ncrvoui rrontra on Ujitprla Fits Jiunnlljr Iaralyili and the esulu of Eicenlvo Use of ToUircu Opium or Iquor By moll In plain pncknec91OO a oi 0 for SOO our bankablo ruar iteo boneS to cure In UO days or refund toney paid Addre- isNERVITA MEDICAL CO llntonA Jackson Ots CHICAGO ILL THE SICK ARE MADE WELL And the Weak art IV nlirril to full Vigor HndStrrnclliat tlio llmiU of ttin Great cut Healer of Modern Till i hare rou mi palnorochoorirwknw Ars You 1004 your tcouUU 110 el fHU lack 0pnatnIgrItIt7OlJtfldflfll U ltT An llureriiuInetiimbttlnnT uunalnnl ilmln upon the Mrmur IrlorretneVtrIslAreArtlvv Vleur LlnullrIuntbllunot 1o itt a pIcClatlt one 05- Y hontbobusn frdy l La Iak 504 wbo under PIJI4I every OJIkIII SnI dICao horn lli proper trektiuent or i euro Is a in le MI Ol H COlllTUt Of fl njrt A ltrfl1LJNSW1OTbr IiliprcpecIhatof nllrilhr peelahtconshoed lltcurol al- lortsofdlea4 condition hum tntliomnrTclof the tm llcnl ruFcseloa anJUio teoplo Ills fimeb1 pprMil Into Prerytoall verbmiet TtoeatflIcteie III all mahnerofdleapcbaveenelt- his MTTlce In order that they mlubt be toad e a bolt iTtlnndmlnitsrloirofliHwonilirfultrHroioftrMl Kivnt Wreck ol uutoantty come u bin for consultation and nwllelnc i ho a few fliotb later hate returned lo airSilOSAll Diseases lirllalbawar treat ill lItCOC Curedtbtss iwcnllar to men and 110to worsen a ti Cntarrh RheuroMlmi Complaint Krmiua andullforuiiol Incertngnntt cbrrnlcdlordcr latheVaricocetaStricture Mrlcturrwltbonttheildofinfe or tibfnommal The In treated LytLw wrfho1 at on tonic without itn or ti n from tmdnn Ttnaii ixwltirelr tin onlT ireatmcnt nblrh curee with tint an operation lr llatluwarciilta tbornrtirnlaratnn lion of nTirr from 111 Klrictnr NcHtv3l33IntI Slot blinew honkwhlclmill Li on t fro on a I liattoisoSpocially l Trca eunllonaIaUF1dldlilm are ilnown ulvratort a under hIs rr nnal orvrtmbt from vncKUI Um h l on n rronIDILowFces tnailainl henase ltakcn the one low frwcorer1 alleortof iuedlcln and creteslonal IwiTleni J NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Dr llutlmwajr A Co 3O9Clurrl Street oIohvlll Tens 1IETIOYTUlS 1Aiicmriicx wniTiva orovided by article 55 of the cocces ion as follows Any misunderstanding that may arise between the State of Nicaragua and the company in regard lo the in terpretation of the stipulatons of this ggrtnett shall be submitted to n oimit of arbitrators to be composed nf fiur members two of whom shall be appol itcd by the state and two bj the company It xvjs fuither provided that if the arbitrators fail to agree they shall se lect a fifty member or umpire who decide The Nic n guan Government imposed us the condition ol the arbi tration that the company should ap point as its arbitrators citizens ol Nic uagua Theeoncession made no such ondltion the Nicaragua Government vising its claim in that particular on lie law of Nicaragua relative to tht procedure of courts which requires citizenship in Nicaragua as a qualifi cation of an arbitrator This law however was ex post facto with re gard to the cnnce sion It was not enacted until July 6 184 more than seven yeats nl the com ession had been granted The United States Government sustained the obj ction of the company to the requirement that the companys arbitrators should be Nicaraguant and endeavored to inI luces the Nciracun Gjvirnment t consent to a charge NicMui re fused nnd nn progress in the uinlter has been inuJe The tIne within which the nttiitrattin was to take place expired recentlj and the Iov eminent of Nicaiagua by seizing the companys property serves notice 01i the United States and on the tIny that their contentions have beta tented TilE GOVRKMIKNT MAY IROTUST j The seizure wits made under article q ol the concession which pioviJes that il the company forfeit its concessions through failure tu complete the canal within the time fixed or li other reasons the Governmental Nic I iragua shall enter upon possession in perpetuity if the canal or works ol j irt light houses stations deposits tores and all the establishments ussd in the administration of the cinil vithcut being obliged to pay any in lemnity to the company What this government will do re mains to be decided but it will surely pretest against Nicaraguas arbitrary action contending that the insistence ot the republic on the appointment of in all Nicaraguan arbitration commls lIon was contrary to the spirit and the letter of the concession A State Des partment official said to lay in retard to the action of the Unite StatesI This government will this of to ciiiz ns Wo M fnr have j roihidtteil ore tihthnt of or ulrton VliMVe iniMil Ihit iiipiny hi itlIoi II ill IIb its IhI iliitrntiiN iiit ttC nltiui to SBIK II that ur trui nc t AN CUMUKS MliHTS NfV Y V Aiyint 1AUU5t I vs tie Ietfor the resembling o the Nicaraguan Oi grcss in regular session One hiihjtct l come up wa the confirming of the decision decision of the courts and the official declaration of the Minister ol Public Works that the time granted to the Maritime Canal Company of Xicua itua whose lif diUirterH ate in New Vork in which to eiit ii t i u- iTHnk hhlpciii Istr n S r vii 111 rxTiiiil awl ti1 ii r i i o that company is null m iiv It f ptotiabt hat 17 f th com pan S prnpcitv Iti In I In conformity with tic II ritl I nfi declaration above meni iiitil I if jli reenforced by coogrcsslnnul Jirtiin The Nicaraguan Congress at llu j session begun to day is expected t taCe action with reference to te nc- uisition by the Government 1 ifUnited States of a belt of tertitor ten or filteen milts wide across NicaHLin rmbracing the uppnved route on whi h to construct nn inteirceanic ship ci nal This Congress may also inM mute its desire to have the conal lot ijfled or not In the Vent that the O iv rnment ol the United Slates rp preaches the Governmsr t ol NciMjjtm in the consltuUiuii by tile United States of thi canal J A S Hewitt for McKlnloy Kx Mayor Abram S Hewitt will vote fur McKinley In nn Inlttvicwj yesterday with H New Yitk Voild reporter he said Tho financial question ovcrshid ows every other issue in this cam piign The sixteen to one plank in the Kansas City platform forces me to support McKinley In my opinion should Rryan be elected he would be confronted with the saute conditions in the Philip pines thnt now confront President McKinley lie would find it impossl ble to withdraw our soldiers front those islands The election of a President who is known to be hostile to gouud money tVould bring about financial convul sion These is no immediate neces sity for deciding the question ot im perialism That issue can wait but I the question whether we ate to have ound money or flit money cannot wait It is the gteat issue before the ths people Free silver was beaten in 1896 It should be killed in 1900 A rich lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave io 000 so that deal peo pIe unable to procure the Kai Drums may have theta Itee Ails dress No 4483 The Nicholson Insti tute 780 Eighth Avenue New York Haste makes waste ind waste makes strife twixt husband and wile An it jury forgiven is better than in ii jury revenged Eczema ItchingHumors Pim ples Cured by B B B llnlllc frpp lo NitirrrriM- Dees your skin Itch rnd Burr DIs yorfeelDo scabs and Scales form on the skin Hair or Scalp Have you Ii zrna skin Sore nnd Cracker Roan form jti the Skin PnckliiK Pain in Hit Skit Bout Pimplei Sane Paint wollen JiinU Palling Hair Al Kun Down Skin Pale Old Snrw Hating SIC Ucer To cute to stay cuted take B II B R tnni Blood Bilm which makes the bluoi pure and rich B B C will cau the sores to heal itching of eczema t stop forever the skin to liecome den and the breath sweet B B B i just the remedy you hae been looking for Thoroughly tested for 3 years Our readers ate advised to tr H B B Fur sale tv dukcists at S er large bottle six luge b ttle fu lamenl S Be sure the boll II CompltltttCtiODS ffrers may test ita trial bottle giver way Write tr it Address BlOOf HAUl CO Atlanta Ga Descrlbt Personalllledli Children arc cut in carei lwt very I trcertain comforts A Woman Only Knows what ufferln from falllae of the womb whites plntul or irreguir distInctlyfcTninitXbOoTgaaaIa tItle or pity but ha can not know tho aznnlta abe goes throughthe terrible ufferlng 10 patiently borne which hpplnneedleitMcELREES Wine oi Cartful will banish it This medicine quickly with humiliating physical exam nations Tho treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The sufferer is cured anti ttayt rural beeomlDgtheleading this class Itcosts but z from any druggist For advice in cases requiring special directions the DepartmentThe Chattanooga Tenn niediclnoughftoandwomen y rjill i It Our fee returned If we fall Any one sendln- stntdi anti dOIIIllolI of any Invention wilt concerningthe1alent sent ti ii request 1atenla secured through in Jrerticol for tale at our rnlculi taken out throiiRh in receive special nof without clallcln Tim UtconD mi Ilustralcu ami circulated journal iin ultcil Ly Mnnufactiirrr nnj Investors beud fur uniple ropy roes Address VICTOR J EVAIIO l CO Intent Attorneys ZvaniBulldlne WA3HIHGTOM C C r IUUiiiUimhUiilmNUmml1Z A FREE PATTERN r roir 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disease is in the blood Medicated lotions and powders may allay the itching and burning but never cure no matter how long and faithfully continued and the condition is often aggravated anti skin permanently injured by their use The disease is more then skin deep inc entire clrculilloa Is polsicl The preparations of arsenic mercury potash tic not only do not cure skin diseases but moon ruin the digestion anti breakclown the S S S natures own remedy made herbs arid barks of great purifying and tontcal rties quickly anti effectually cures blood until skin troubles becauseIt goes direct to the root of aittistimulates and restores healthy action to the different organs cleanses anti enriches the blood Suit thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to refennent In the blood and cause n att- ackS Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that skin and beautiful com pltxlon so much desired by ill s S S can be relied upon with certainty to keep the blood in order It has been curing blood and skin diseases half a ecu tury no other medicine can show such a record SStreatingbloodS S S contains no minerals is and harmless or who desire it Write fully anti freely about your case your letters are heM In strictest confluence We make no charge whatever for this service Our book on Blood and p Skin Diieascs will be sent free upon application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA ifli1f1 Rt1tn C THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonicto The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Grove Imitators IJdo not advertise their formula knoHrj that you would not buy 0their medicine ifou knew what It ixituncd Crovei contains rI r and Quininc put up in correct proportions ands Si a Tasteless 4- d form The Iron acts as a tonic hilc the Quininc drives the U1maltria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that 4Grovcs is the Original and that oJother socalled Tasteless 0ChilI Tonics arc imitations An anyiof other chill tonics shows r Groves is superior to all cthor in every respect You M arc not experimenting when you uke Grovesits superiority and excellence having long been cjublihcd Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout tlcntie malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay ljiccsoc Dr1 iti- rta vrrO = u t ir lilt 0 inri VV T Owii Jmlw 1 IC I iet- T fy IIIr T511 IIIl JiiIe II i IroIJok na llolbniok Uiwtrtii m lnirr II II lIkn Irot Jury EmS it Slcvm ShrrM llHtrfcinl Ivtwly StwrlC l HiMkrr T II Ikmini J It Tnjlor to S Iie I qIlkTfirI t1HHI3INSIHSfh 101 nml muilnftm ilirM aka nfeC tMrd MuhiUr In MIIV nil NIVI III54 t a ii ml ronutrriurt 1 I MUfci Jails M H lIsa iiil iVrk M 1 llwurrm llrr lnitt r i I Sri IIVI0 nri1 M m i In Nwh aniMb QiirtrrU nrtItdbn m kmusi MIIJ- n i h niniith- nmrt iili1nliH44uiir HM lln 4njr In Jul mrv Tiif Ii altr t rimd 5lmiIsj IH I lrt itWr ithr IIIIIS Xluikv fntff T ttPitsI- t Ii 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