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Him Gen John M Palmer the leader of the Gold Democratic forces lisa at last broken his silence As between Bryan and McKinly he will vote lor the tatter Yes he said I shall vote for Mj r McKlufcy that is of course it the GiM Democrat i should refuse t put out n ticket ainl that is 01iI unity opposed to the j tincip es of the RrpubliMn juity would hul with delight n straight out sur I money Democratic platform heaHid hymen who have the Interests ol tilt uil De mocracy antI the country at heart Ioiandbiswordswerecmphaticthe set bUtt In the Indianapolis convention In 1896 and which honored me as its leader was for the preservation of the tueprinclplea of Democracy These principles are to rquul and exact justice to all men of whatever creed and condition to give the largest freedom to the individual con Istent with good government to pre IIIopposition to paternalism and all class legislation So you think Mr Bryan docs not represent such ideas I do not say that he is opposed to popular government but his views are inconsistent with Democratic harmony Populism is unsafe and Mr Bryan Is the high priest of that fac tion a faction that Is already strong enough to menace the best Interests of a snfe government- Mr Hrjans strength has grown greater than we expected He has become somewhat dictatorial as was shown in the Kansas City convention If as It was believed a majority ol the delegates were opposed to the 16 to I plank why should be one man insist that It be placed there and threaten to refuse the nomination if it should be left out Talk about a one milan power whit better exposition could have been aflotded of autocratic control There has never been the lime in my judgment that anyone man or n dozen men were greater than the ttue Democracy Mr Bryan is oct an Inspired man Nor has prescient poweis Individ ually he Is clean and I credit him with bring honest in his opinions but at the same time I cannot endorse them Populism has grown wonderfully strong and danger ous You predict his deleal Assuredly The cry of imperial ism will win him no votes to amount to anything Its a false alarm This country Is not nor are Mr McKinley and hU followers believers in Imper- Ialism Cuba will be under self gov ctnment In A little while and the Fil ipinos will be governed as beet tho administration can Pray what would Mr Bryan have had this country do with the Island We got them and we will hold them an they stand until pome better scheme presents itself for controlling them I think myself that the American gov etument would be better oil without the Islands but the has met all the demands that have arisen there manfully and honestly Mr McKinly has the confideuce ol the business interests of the country lie is not an unsafe leader I differ with him on many material questions concerning the welfare of the whole people bat as between him and Bryan there is but one course If Mr Bryan were President and controlled the legislative branches DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful it i jierTmRo I the great kidney liver a and bladder remedy 4 It Is the great medl TV iScal triumph of the nine t n I dlit biinent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Bright1 Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Khmer SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found I just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paperI who have not already tried It may sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to tr9ubteWhenoffer In this paper and KK send your address to Blnghamton regular fifty cent and nome or nwmpHax dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists this country would be thrown Into a ptnic which would require months to check and years to heal False ptojih ets and leaders spring up nnd live for time anti they die Meantime the true principles of self government liveMy prediction is that after Mr Bryan has been defeated for the second time the people will denounce him No man and no set of princi plea can live after having been twice defeated at the polls Ierhaps it was well that Mr Bryan was renominated Ills party cannot win and his defeat will forever settle him Should he be successful he would convert Democracy into Populism and- I can apprehend no more serious ca lamity than Populists principles of political economy be even given a trial They are uncuited for the times and unsuited and unsafe for a success ful governmentDo Mr McKinley Is as strong this year as he was in 1896 I do not but be is still strong enough to overcome all opposition lIe his done the best he could lIe has been a safe leader on most of the vital Issues that have arisen during hisaduilnlstratlon lie is not flighty It If Hill had been nominated InstcadI of Bryan at Kansas City have lent your aid to the success of the ticket Heartily enough I am and feeble to have taken the stumpI but I should have hailed his nomina tion with real joy lIe would have inspired an enthusiasm such as the Democratic party has not experienced in a long while and he would have been elected The gold Democrats would have flocked to his support from one end of this nation to the other lIe has the confidence of the bnslnesa people as much so as Mr McKinley has Intbe South there is no national figure more popular Even if he had gone on the tall of the ticket his name would have taken the sting out nflt sufficiently so a number ol Democrats could have sup ported it without making grimaces I am sure he would have been more acceptable to tbe real Democrats than was Gen Stevenson I do not want to be placed in the position of critlcls ing the former Vice President Our families are friends and I have the highest personal regard for his sterling traits ol character but I do not think his name has awakened any polished the Senate and all his old friends love him Stilt politically he is not as strong ns Mr Hill It iiioHi A Nrrrni 1V TInEInn n nlur llnKhmTonlrnrw ln Iirorr I tnti- taawnt IIIkelo early Hjirlnn nml Foil ire rrnts fhllln Ihnitnv nnl StnUrlnl IVrtrn Acts in t11f llrrr loam rt tha njmtrin llctlrr than lulnlni Uunrnnttvil try It At lrngglsts2Aou indSldOlmttlM Svjdt Ho Hit Tho Mark Pel mil me said the gallant youth to kiss your hand Not on your life young man re plied the fair maid Why not pray he asked in sur priseBecause she answered I have no use for a man who has no higher aim in life than that And to the young mans credit be It said he took the hint and aimed a little higher Chicago News To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CREAM VERMA FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cto For sale by J H Williams Thoy Cannot Support Bryan Ism Following Is a list of tbe Demo cratic and independent newspapers of the country which are opposing the election of Mr Bryan Baltimore Sun Boston Herald Brooklyn Eagle Baltimore News Richmond Times New York Times Plttaburg Leader Nashville Banner Detroit Free Press Plttsburg Dispatch Philadelphia Times Chattonooga Times Phlladeldhia Ledger Philadelphia Record Galveston Tex News Greenville S C News Worcester Mass Post Hartford Conn Times Raleigh N C Obseryer Burlington Ia Gazette New York Evening Post Fall River Mass Herald Manchester N II Union New Haven Conn Union Charlotte N C Observer New Haven Conn Register Charleston S C Evening Post Denver Col Times Silver Rep Denver Co1j Republican Silver Rep NlTtTKlSHnOHTH KnOWINCJ- OTenn suctwiln th Houth iri TM Haunt Tunic a irmt remedy for Chills anti nil Malaria Kovfrii llettcr than Quietus Uunrnntwd try t At Druggl U WcaudiUObotIlss 3Sat CRAWLING DOWN Sagos tho Rough Rldor Ponn vlllo Ind of tho Gobbol Domocrats In Tho Kentucky Robbery as Seen by an Indiana Journalist Twelve months ago the Goebelized Democratic party of Kentucky put these words in Its platform We endorse the amendment to the State election law passed by the last Demo cratlc Assembly of Kentucky over the veto of a Republican Governor We declare the amendment to the law to be In the interest of laIr and honest elections Its faithful enforcement will render impossible the commis sion of such fraud anti robberies as were perpetrated in this State in 1896 whereby the will of the people wes overthrown and the State lost to Wil liam J Bryan They nominated for Governor on that platform the author and defend fendaut of that infamous measure Every Democratic lickspittle in couflerJourna11I stump in that State every advocate of that platform nttered what he knew to be A lie namely that the law guaranteed fair elections These demagogues did this while they were systematically and deliberately pack ing the election boards and the election booths with venal and unscrupu Ions men who were instructed to steal from the people their franchise and rob the Republican nominees of thousands of votes Goebel Black burn Watterson Haldeman Wood son McCreary collectively and sever ally were parties to this political plot Tbe dastardly scheme under the dir ection of the gang of political pirates has been consumated the will of the people overthrown and the men who were defeated at the polls installed in office The men who against over whelming odds were elected by the people have been ousted from their positions and the salaries justly due them Are now filched by highway plund rers Every dollar that Beck ham has drawn or will draw from the public Treasury of that State In payment for salary as Governor is money stolen nndet the form of law from Governor Taylor Bcckhrm knows this and the world knows it The same is true of every usurper in that StateAfter this unspeakable crime has been consumated these robbers dis cover that the people of Kentucky as a body honest chivalrous and brave are aroused as never before that they are determined to right this wrong They hear the mutterings of the gathering storm and with guilty consciences like Belshawer of old they stand trembling with fear They realize that the peoples endurance will tolerate t o further crimes against the ballot In that State Watterson and his coconspirators have discovered that his prediction of the Goebel law viz that It left noth ing to chance cannot be sustained in the future Now comes his organ the CourierJournal and says No matter what were its purposes or how honest the men who framed it the election law has been in one way and another the fruitful source of all our woes The Courier Journol now asks the repeal of this law and there by confesses Its infamy It thus gives the lie to the platform of 1899 and to every word it uttered during DREAMERS Theres nothing half so iwcct In lire songiscreate a special worM in which they live immune from the hurts and ills which vex common humanity In their ettl mate of no doctor often when the dream dissolves they find that the doctors bill the theydidnt is now the one thing thats as regular as rent and taxes And many tithes it is- money wasted Dr 1ierces Fa Prescription woman and her womanly ills eCry1thing done by doctor or medicine It regulates the periods dries de bilitating drains and cures inflam mation ulceration and female weakness It makes childbirth easy and thousands of nursing mothers have testified to its propertiesItcocaine or other narcotic SIrs Annie Blacker of 619 Catherine Street Syracuse N V writes i Your medicines hint done wonders for me For years my health was I had four since JrbPiJlrr Favorite Prescription and I hate much better babyPreeMedical Adviser In paper covers is sent statiipstoDr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y that memorable campaign This is I true of Blackburn and other Demo craltc leaders who thus eat theirI words of last year and discredit the author of the law This action on the part of these political mountebanks is in eflect a confession that every Democratic state officer in Kentucky now holds hlSpositlon by virtue of a political theft After the horse has been ttolen they proposed to lock the stable door They do not purpose however to punish the thieves who have stolen the offices nor to return the stolen property to Ihe rightful owners But on the contrary they insist that the people shall endorse the theft by electing Beckham him self a party to it Hie horest people of Kentucky cannot we be lIeve and will not trust this gang until Beckham antI the other usurpers his fellow partners in crime step down and out Let Mr Beckham if he would show himself an honest man say to Governor Taylor This is your office Come and take it You have been wronged The emoluments of the office belong to you and your family It is not mine I can not I will not have it Then and not till then will the people believe that be is sincere in his talk about re form CASTOnrABan th Ito Kind Von hate AlMFJ Eoajhl Signature cf o The Republican goes to the country upon its accomplishment Incidentally it will be materially strengthened at the ballot box by the mistakes ofthe Democracy a a A rich lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drumsgave to ooo to hIs Institute so that deal peo pIe unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Ad dress No 4483 The Nicholson last mite 789 Eighth Avenue New York It is remarkable how the leaders of the Democratic patty while stated at home or in committee can give ad vice as to the conduct of the war and criticise the work of those who go to the front and carry the fig to victory Blood Poison Cured by B B B llntlle Free to Nuirrrer Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treat ment quickly yield to B B B Bot anic Blood Balm 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Board of Health mikes the following recommendations That the regular care of school rooms Includes sprinkling the floor before sweeping dusting the desks or wiping them with a clean damp cloth and the thorough airing of the room be fore using The interchange books be allowed only under such conditions as tender tb transmission of disease inipssU ble That the use of slates be discon tinned That persons known to be affected with tuberculosis or who per sistently cough and expectorate be denied the privileges of such room either as teacher or pupil That all spitting upon the floor by any person be strictly forbidden That at least once a year the room and contents be thoroughly disinfected the woodwork and flaor washed with an antiseptic solution the walls whitewashed and the plumbing and ventil ating inspected Educate Vonr novels With Cusrarcts lore10e I Bryan fhould establish a rigid censorship over his thinks or there will be trouble before November O A 13 TO XIX A Bean timitt Kind Ysti HattAjnap BCBIlt Blfiatut Gr I 01 the icvjral nominees for the Presidency Mr Bryan is far the wealthiest and he made all of his money during the prosperous times brought about by the McKinley ad ministration FACTS FOR FARMERS Evory thing Thoy Havo to Soil Has Advanced In PrIce and In Purchasing Powor Nearly every one can say that be fared better during the past three years than he did under the Cleveland soup house regime A comparison of time and prices loom us something like this Do you know that one bushel of corn will buy aj pounds of coffee when in 1896 it bought but two thirds of a pound That one bushel of wheat will bny 13 yards of gingham while in 1896 it bought but 10 yards Thit one bushel ol oats wilt buy six pounds of rolled oats while in 1896 It bought 2 yt pounds That 329 bushels ol corn will buy a binder while in 1896 it took 750 bushelsThat 171 bushels of corn will buy a wagon while in 1896 it took 344 bushels or that 100 bushelsof wheat will buy the same wagon while in 2895 it took no bushels That 44 bushels of corn will buy a chilled plow while in 1896 It took 100 bushelsThat one pound of wool will buy 4 J yards ofcalico while in 1896 it bought ai yards That nine bushels of corn will buy a keg of nails and in 1899 it took 10 bushelsThat three bushels of corn will buy 12 yards of Lonsdale muslin ol which It took five in 1896 That 55 pounds ol wool will buy a good suit that It took 100 to buy in 1896That r3 3 i pounds of wool will buy a pair of shoes which it took 27 pounds to buy in 1896 That 38 15 bushels of wheat will buy a set of harness that it took 50 bushels to buy In 1896 or that 66 bushels of corn will buy while It took 155 bushels in 1896 or that io bushels of oats will buy while it took 250 bushels in 1896 or 113 pounds of wool will buy while it took 227 pounds III 1896 That everything you have to sell will bny more of the necessaries of life than the same amount would pur chase in 1896 lu 1896 the implement men were beselged with offers to trade horses and cows for implements and now you never hear of any such offer being made Waterloo 111 Republican Notablo Assassinations of tho Contury George III of England attempt by Margaret Nicholson August 2 1786 again by James Hatfitld May 15 1800Napoleon I sttempt by an infernal machine December 24 1800 Paul Cztr of Russia by nobles March 24 1801 Spencer Percival Premier of Eng land by Belllngham May n 1812 George IV qeeu Regent attempt January 28 1817 Andrew Jackson President ol Unit ed States attempt January 30 1835 Louis Phillippe of Trance many attempts by Fieschl1 July 28 1835 by Alibandjune 25 1836 by Meunier December 27 1836 by Darmes Octo ber 15 1840 by Lecotute April 14 1846 by Henry July 29 1846 Frederick William IV of Prussia attempt by Sofelage May 22 1850 Ferdinand Charles III Duke of Parma March 27 1854 Isabella II of Spain attempts by La Riva May 4 1847 by Merino February 1852 by Raymond Feuntes May 28 18561- NApoleon III attempts by Planari April 25 2855 by Belleraarrc Sep tember 8 1855 by Arslni and others Prance January 14 1858 Daniel Prince of Montenegro Au gust 13 1858- Abraham Lincoln President of Un ited States at Voids theatre Wash ington by John Wilkes Booths on evening of April 14 died on April 15 1865 Michael Prince of Servin June 10 1868 Prim Marshal of Spain December died December 30 1870 George Datboy Archbishop of Paris by Communists May 24 1871 Richard Eul or Mayo Governor General of India by Shire All an ex convict in Andmon Islands February 9 1872Prince Bismarck attempt by Blind May 7 1866 by Kullman June 13 1874Abdul Ails Sultan of Turkey June 8 1876Hussein Avnl and other Tnrkish Ministers by Hassan a Circassian officer June 15 1876 William I of Prussia and Germany attempts by Oscar Decker July 14 1861 by Hodel May II 1878 by Dr Nobllng June 2 1878 Mebcmet All Pasha by Albanians September 187- 8Humbert I King of Italy attempt by John Pitssanantl November 17 1878 Lord Lytton Niceroy of India at IF YOU WANT FirstClass 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Spain by Anarchist Golll August 8 1897 Elizabeth Empress of AuetrUHuu gary by Luigi Loachinl September 10 1898 William Goebel Demoaratic clai mant to the governorship of Kentucky shot by a person unknown Tuesday January 30 1910 while on his way to the State Capitol in Prank fort Ky Humbert King of Italy shot to death July 29 1900 at Monza Italy by Angelo lircsslc- NasiNedDIn Shah of Persia at tempt to shoot him at Paris August I 900 To Cure ConstIpation Forever orSICAnnouncomont partialliquids into the nasal passages for 10I tarral troubles the proprietors preI pare Cream Dalm in liquid lormC which will be known as Elys Liquid I Cream Balm Price including theI spraying tube is 75 cts Druggists or by mall Time llquip form embodies the medicinal properties of the solid I preparation Cream Balm is quickly I adsorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes t them to a natural and healtyy charI acter Ely Brothers 56 Warren St NY I t- CASTOnrA I bdYouHauiM BoUglii BiuitltBlrutu of YOUNG MRN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn e Telegraphy Railroad accounting andv typewriting This is endotsed by all leading railway companies as the onlyt perfect and reliable institution of Itsr kind All our graduates are assisted t to positions Ladles also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term G opens August Stb I Globe Telegraph CoUegel Lexington KyS IN FORTY YEARSK Tremendous Results Accom plished Under tho Pro tective Policy Forty years ago when the Repubi beingimpelled 25 per cent of all the cotton goods they bought and used and 32 per cent of all the woolen goods In 1899 the Imported cotton goods made up just 34 per cent and the woolen goods just 5 per cent of the Amen can consumption The home market idea in these in these forty years has therefore won an almost perfect triumphAs the old notion that Protective Tariffi stiffs foreign trade Sen ator Aldrich sets the overwhelming truth that the domestic exports of the United States increased 424 per cent during the past ten years those of Great Britain only n 8 per cent and those of Germany 129 per cent Our superiotty here is not only relative but absolute Within tIme fourteen years ending In 1899 while the value of the domestic exports of Great lId tain increased 99000000 and those of Germany 212000000 the amount of domestic spoog sold abroad by the United States icreased 478000000 A very much better measure how ever 01 a countrys industrial and commercial strength is the volume of Its internal trade The British stalls tlclan Mulhall estimates the value of tbe domestic trade of the United States In 1894 at 14466000000 For the same year he estimates the dos mestic trade of Great Britain at 5 774000000 and that of Germany at 590000000 Adding the domes tic and foreign trade of the United States together we have the vast total if 16367000000 Adding the for Ign and domestic trade of Great Brit tin we have 8900000000 and of Germany 7693000000 Thus hough in 1894 Great Britain and Ger nany together had a population of ioooooo against our 70000000 ur trade foreign and domestic was qual practically to the trade ol our treat competitors combined The American people looking at his grand result have good reason 0 believe that their economic policy ml the past forty years has not been nlstaken It has brought their con n ry up from a minor place and made t indisputably the first industrial ind commercial power in the world ioston Journal The Democratic patty never point d with pride to any business meas ire that it ever enacted a a bought I would add my little mite ow I am n poor man but do not take he same view of it as some do It BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT ives Instant relief in cases of Bleed ng Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc rice 25 and 50 cts For sale by JH Villlams oroanptwleil It In lit flrt Importune to int your trnlnliiK at hemboot that stund lu th very Itrank ghe Sryant Stratton Business College rovcv =c =Ocr flradIf f beauttini look rIOKIllllonllll iroiuOTnduiite o iuiyliiK Iruni 11 r freeSlIOltTIEtNle e duties Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of TIlE REPUBLICAN is Slin advance l 1 I 1 lW l VARICOCELE STRICTURE No other disase Is so prevalent amour mea as Vlcocelf As Interferes with tilt nutrition of the orllao It produces emissions loss of stmtn through the brIDe decay or the onrans pains is aching him the back tfnillonofpondency bashlulness or the heart and a these result In complete LOlla of Manhood Thousands ot yoaolf and middle ared men art troubled with Stricture If bare reason to believe you are atllicted with It dont nsvlect It It will rularoa Dont let doctors experhms- stoeyoubycultingstretcbiaf o teariimf It Our New Method Treatmenthence It disappears and can nevsr return We cur Varlcocelo sad Stricture without operation or loss of time The treatmsnt may betake at bom prlvatsly Send for our rrst Illustratsd Book on V rlcoc lfHtrlttur aud V tjoiuuutcu to Curr or No Iay Kidneys BladderAUeuat complaints affect these ama hence tile ktdntri are a rrut fOUce of disease you acblni or wtakniss over tht small ol the baellIpdylpr- iliatelreqoulIl deposit la urine coldness of hands or feet adroy feeling is W the ntrnlnr Oout nsrlsct your kidneys Our Naw MatHod Trsntmnl i guaranteed so cure any disease these organs or no pay pvNo Name Usiti Without Writton Consent O W Rowe of Jackson Mltb taysiI hal vtrlcocsle In the secondary stars two strictures of 8 siasdluf I was oratedon twice paderlloldf frntmfftrlnr but only rot was adtlsrd to try the New Method Treatment of Urs K o K The enlarged veins disappeared Ins weekiths stricture tUsne was removed la eight weeks aid my sexual energy and vitalt- tretrcedsol was a man in every respect rscommead you doctors with my whole heart thiQiC liApIJTrrn NO CURl NO PAY ww w w n nn- AIIrTatDorDro Treatment lYe treat and cure Nervous Debllll Lost Manhood Varlcocel Strkturs Sypb Ills Glest Weak aru Goporrbora and Uonatllal Dlecharr Conssltatloa 1ienooks Pies Writs for guitlon List for items Treatme- stus 628 WALNUT STREETKennedy Korgan f CINCINNATI OHIO if1 I ir I Hartford Republican d FRIDAY AUGUST 1 7 FON and LON ROGERS Editors 3 lapii3n Sualnoea Ofso SC i alaIUiutt ftldayi kn theHatfordPub Culncop ntenil Hiitfotd postodici as seond class mail mailer iREPUBLICAN TICKET Ion 1JIIIIluIxr- V1it u= tno01 Utile Ion VICE iB1zIitIT h = = re =cLt-H 4w York Iun UOIn OIl cn V1 =orce= Ml lloylo fount lOUCOtlllltSN r = Uo- IlrrCklIrul tolitity TIIERR is no ucstioii flow as to the inspiration of Weaver tlieBtrolling bar ber all will concede that There seem to tie different kinds of inspiration and Mr Weavers doubtlesi came from that 8100000 corruption fund Cer tainly he was Democratically inspired since bis bond was only put at 8200 for attempting to swear a mails lile away Most assuredly gentcnien we cncede Weavers inspiration MR BRYAN has stated time and again that bo is in sympathy with the great common people that the will ofI the majority is the law of the land and we would like to believe him sincere but it ia impossible until ho explaine away the inyseiy of his coming to Kentucky ugaiuet the protest of hi own fellow partisans and the follow ing telegram which he sent Mr Goe bilI- IMIPIX Xtll XoVtl 1J To tbu Hun William ilorlxl rninkfurt Kv I havejnnt IWIMMH lIt return ititMiwirruniiKli utiiiKte tii liimiruyoiir rlertlciu Aml liwirty iimmitnlitlitiiK III lit HIIIV jmir nilinln lnillun llUtreiuiilirn ilu uirty WILStUi J IIlIu Tins Uaulitig and encouraging theft and there is no way for him to get out oftbe dilcma Mr Bryan the people of Kentucky have done with you and with consent of u majority it has been thought but toIIdrap you right here1 lint olthciut multiplying word to ItPr tin viinltr til any ilnlni iir toiiliiK tn InveIgh niiulnut tin tri ui4 mill liitlnililiitlon thut ban teen irintlcv l Hgiilniit the Itriiimriitlc mmlklatr ne lillirht its mil iittvpt Hivrwult io now rMllmllnl n nllol UclvliiK upon the snot nivarut tlmirm nt cnmrmiu from till Mmrtvt It iipjmitM thut 4 ion 111 Tnjrlcir nnil the whcilellopiilillrHii tlik pt h v lieu rlntrd liv iiinjorltlt nitiBluir lit Iww I linn llitf tliiiumiinl There iIe trtv ugh t claim on but ii lili tnt ii Hiin gIvIng tb Itimtlun im we truly Mlvv ItMunili wlttiimt uny lutriitliiu of iiil lHlliiK iiivIoIyIllHrllutil llrralil NiirWtb1Mi If the Herald was sincere in the ex pression on the 2th of November 1899 we are curious to know what it thinks now The campaign is open ing and many people would be de lighted if the Herald would stop and explain where it ilIat now from its course and its saying we find it quite difficult to locate it TUB persecution trial at Georgetown has been remarkable in fact there is not a parallel in Kentucky history So biased and partisan was Judge Cantrill in his ruling that the attor neys for the defense have esccptcd to about one hundred and twenty five of the courts rulings and made avowela in perhaps 75 instances This trial will go down in history with these facts recorded against Judge Cantrill Certainly such a man should never disgrace a judiciary of this State esI pecially when a man is on trill for his life The Dreyfus case in France can not bo compared to this Is there not a Zola somewhere to take up the call o of the persecution and secure for them a lair and impartial trildI How lung will the God of men endure c such among his children can not be I foretold assuredly the time is nut far disaut 11 IN Mr Bryans whole speech acl absolutelI1rifu8cd hiii wind jammer on we venture to assert that he is as igno rant of its real meaning as Cholly Wheeler Its a great big something uudeiiuuble without breadth and tbicknefp something imaginary andC uotbiig in reality excepting a scare 1 crow as was free silver Now the sitC ver issue is dead and Bryan is gasping his last after November he will be a thing of tIle past and the Democratic party will be in need ot a now issue j Vilhiii the past ten years it has aban doned the income tax free trade and flee silver It is OlIIa matter of time when it willabandon Bryan and his foolishness anti take up some other cnpe goat Its brains are to be found in those of its independent splriLHH IT is conceded by every one that s ofilicese U possession of that which Ihe people c denied them by means of the Goebel a election law and yet they declare in n IsrIal made it possible for the Democratic party to ho successful in one of two ways First by trickery at tIle pollsl mid it that failed his second plan was to steal it in he has done As we seethe workings of this measure its pur pose has already been accomplished It certainly worked admirably This law of human depravity is the fruitful source of all our woes says Wat terson the turncoat It is this act that caused the best men in the Dem ocratic party to bolt It was this to gjiher with the character of the man that bore the title Democratic candi date for Governor that caused the Brown party to assume its being These arc truths which none dare die pute and yet good men praise and honor the ghost of Goebel as though it were a saint Until men regain their reason and drop their party when it becomes the sponsor of fraud trickery and robbery we will have strife in our State which will end in revolution The same spirit which caused the downfall of Home is brooding in the lioebclcratic party of Kentucky The ensiblo should stop a moment and lake his hearing and see where the ileinents of rat passion hath driven inn and before casting another ballot jotiiiider his countrys good before his partys welfare Does He Dare Mr Beckham ha been challenges by Mr Yerkes to a joint debate of the issues before the people today Will he accept Ho will not Why because in a moral or mental combat with an intellectual athlete like Mr Yerkes he could hope for nothing but immediate annihilation No man an defend Mr Beckhama cause It is fraud robbery and assassination ufthe ballot which no man can do lend It has been charged by the Republican party and tho Brown Democrats that Mr Beckham has ac cepted a stolen office that his cause is- as infamous as that of Satan and it these charges be not true why should Mr Beckham decline an invitation to demonstrate this fact to the public The place for vindication U before the people and accuser ehould mcel thaccuged face to face with tin great cOlUmn people Who ever heardofan honest man running front the truth or refusing to meet the de fender ot evil ou the stump The Principles which Mr Yerkes proposes to defend with Mr Beckham art either light or they are wrong Mr Seckbarae are right or they are wrong It is impossible for both to be right lifferent as they are Now if young ieckham believes himself right let him come before the people with Mr Yerkes and prove himself clear of tht false charges This he will do if hit cause is an honorable one Mr Wat erson in discussing the probability ol the joint debates in Tuesdays Journalsaid OJurieI llntlnKpntncky nt tbU tints niil with tin rrtlllur Unlit thiit divide the Is i Iflirtlis th ftnirtfpritlon of a Joint debute U nn In itatlon to riot mid bloodshed AMMtiiiilnir Mr frken mid floe Itetkluuii to he laenof nplrlt their isrriiI relation could not nurvlve theli nt ifwtlnir It may Iw doulitnl whether II they thiiiixelven urvlvel It there rouM be II ne utI intvtliiK without a trnglcnl contluilon Whats wrong with the issues Mr Patterson What is peculiar abou the issues It is just simply thievery enthroned versus justice dethroned Would you and your copartncrsin thievery grow blood thirsty when you are brought face to face with those whom you have robbed Little Mr Beckham would not be touched by a single man Who would care to slaj is jaws or give him a genuine spanking If you are afraid that the Re ublicaus would harm your baby box you can have all the bond you maj demand for the guaranty nf his deal safety but we are rather of theI opinion that he would be mortally wounded intellectually We really believe that Mr Watterson is right lot the Democrats have grown desper ltlin their deeds of robbery anti art n the eve nf political disintegrations well as moral ruin anti in this onlition they might prove a gang of azcn desperadoes It your cause is just and your man an honorable Ine you would not decline the chal enge but would gladly ceptI The Defamer of In our last issue we answered the leftion which tho Herald scribe or Mimed editor asked and refering to- iur article this is the manner of reo tuttal which our esteemed Christian ntemporary resorts to tiii llAUTrOIIII IlKIfllLirAN III till effort to II II IIIIjlIotolF tlr 1111III Kriitniky a i Imrceil by tin 1110111 nhivt ri plle by naniluK the defeated nlllmn randlilatM for HtatH iilllirn and adil JIciIlei thee every other iltlien of Keiitnrky hi a every wfiitlble eron knoHi I not only II ie but u plulu common niinpal qi lie I if- IiUrs nobody know of n ulnKlelnntamv whet he HviiiixTiillr leader have hud their bllod11I1 ny UIIIIIHkl ntfJilliiK every vetIgo of It- rtiteiit Hut notliliiK lietter could lievtoett 101 a pliwt width hits proven ltelf not only Hili- IKllo1 polltleal anMifinatlon list n lid ftnniKidu of liumuii charueter go well Abuse billingsgate and oIJIrI uliceth to vent the spleen of ducated illiterate inexperienced ervous editor but it will not be ae- epted by an enlightened public asI rgument The gentlemen whom we amedwere everyone elected to the tate offices which the little Herald Ian admitted on the 29th of last No e uber In order that the public may see wherein the Herald man has lied falsified misrepresented prcvai catcd purgcrcd himself or any other term that may bo applied other titati the truth we give the salaries of eachof the deposed State officers as fixed by law Governor 80500 Attorney General 81000 Secretary of State 83000 Treasury 8300 Auditor 3600 Superintendent Of Public Instruction 82500 Commi sionerof Agriculture 82500 The public will bear in mind that the Herald man or tile atsumed editor said on Somiber 29 1899 that Gets Taylor and the vMe Republican ticket had been elected by majorities ranging of leu thy 3000 Now we shall not stop to quibble about the election for I that point inot in dispute Gov Taylor should have received 6500 this year for serving as Governor antI the same sum for three succeeding years tinder the Goebel law he was robbed of the office of Governor anti 826000 was stolen from him by such men as thc editor ojtlte HarlfordHeral Mr Powers was robbed of 81200 Mr Day 812000 Mr Pratt 81600 Mr Sweeney 81UOOMr liurk 10 000 and Mr Throckmorton 81000 Our contemporary whose only frt In argument is abuse will either have to admit our point or become a crim inal with those who have committed the blackest crimes ever recorded in history We yet maintain that every citizen of Kentucky has been robbed robbed of that which is more precious than gold or silverhis liberty In toe name of fairness we appeal to the Httraldi editor or its aswmed editor to lay aside their abusive and vendic ative language and explain what be came of the majority which he or the assumed editor admitted that the whole Republican ticket received- It is the motto of TUB Itiuuni CAN editors to deal kindly with gen tlemen and it has been extremely paiuful that we have been forced to dealwith a man who makes a pro position one day and next day turns round and swears he didnt make use of it Wo would not censure honest men for committing tin act which they consoler honest but the editor or the atiitmcd editor It t i persistent in de i feuding It set IIf election thieves thtt we are forced to regard him with his kind He is a thiefs defender and a robbers defender and is no bette himself than the balance of then A thief is as good as the man who sup ports and sanctions what the thief does If the HeraflfIIall will prove himself clear of this charge In his next issue we will quit the field and never again take up the editors pen The Burdens of Goebelism are Exceedingly Heavy The longer men are engaged in outlawry and crime the snore brazen they become We note from the pages of history that men engaged in evil and wrong doing are invariably in their condemnation of crime the loudest and most persistent denunciators of any sort of crime So it is today in our own State Those men who have performed the very blackest deeds of infamy who have done moro to over throw the ballot box and establish a reign of terror in our own State anti who have slandered the ministry antI the press for upholding the right talk louder and longer about fairness elections majority rule and the sane thy of the ballot than all the lawabid I ing people in the whole country These Well are most vehement in abusing their opponents for exercisiiif n privilege granted every freeman Among the most vindicative and brazen local journalists in the country m the editor of tho Shelbyville Sili tel With unexcelled impudence with the most arrogant audacity with characteristic hypocrisy the Sentinel assent The leader of the lieiinbllcan however hn ten IIIloltnnnIIIIIoI hits that nil tlwtalk ulinni Iu ilKllon law buncombe and that In rriilll they wit u fairer deal under It oH ratlon thai imler the Old law and that they only lined al their talk about unfalrnei to catch a few over eii ltlve u leraiiionKBt tun democrat The whole of this is misleading as its author knew not a scintilla of truth lermiates it but falsehood instead lovers its whole face The leaders have not represented to Mr Hanna that all the talk about the election law was buncombe that they got a fairer deal under its operation than formerly Every intelligent man no matter what lila political affiliations may be knows that this is an unmittigating falsehood Under the operation of the Goebel law tho result is not left to chance says Watterson If any stealing is done in this election the Republicans wont do it5 said GocbelIII am ready to bet my souls salvation a counterfeit penny that if againstI ing is lone tho other fellows do it Jo Blackburn the eulogist lOtwitbatnndluc these facts our esteemed contemporary presumes to say that the cry of possible fraud and j fraud practiced is allrot Such an assertion coming from a gentleman of- note is indeed surprising and such onlyappears in these journals which have been completely Goebebz d yet pursuing his course further be grows into a fit of hallucination continuing ho says Ihero hi not a fliiKle Republican leader In Ken iVy who doc not know that the Itennx raU 1111 10111 they would oteal tin election and If LheV badtbo power there not a oneot then who ouli have a uluule that ninde In the law Whether the Democrats can or can I not steal the election under the prcscn1 law we know it 11115 been done in tipoii viohttion of the constitulinn and ttir conlcmpurary U certainly not so biased but that he too can sec the theft prac ticed W STaylor received 103711 voles in tin1 last election William Gnebc received lll51 lit the same election Taylors majority was 2383 Who is acting Governor Upon the face ol the return Taylor was declared elect ed anti duly qualified us governor The contest conimittco could baithrown out some counties on charge preferred and reversed the decision ol the people but that committee chose to decLine Goebel Governor under the Goebel law and this declaration wist ratified ba rump Legisature Ii the Democrats did not steal the elec tion will not some good friend explain how they came in possession of the of flees If there is anything certain 0111ernGoebel was defeated for the office 01i Governor We would impress upon upou the luindot our conlempor that his parlys men have obtained the of flees which the people denycd them through a pure case of fraud The offices have been stolen aa every otto knows and as a matter of course those who unction this fraud will be very reluctant in acknowledging it still it remaines the same Indeed tlu burdens of Goebelism are ouoroua Hows This We offer Hue Hundred Dollar lieward fir iny Siiis of Catarrh that eaunot IM eared by Hair Catarrh Cure F J CHKNKV A 111111We th undernltfned have known I 1 Cheney trftlthoruItrlallv able to curry out any oblltfatloitNiimdeby their nrni WI T TIdAL Wholeale irnnrlt Tlelo O WALMMI KINUNA 51 AUVIV Vh le Hleliriiicitli t Toledo II unIts Catarrh Cum I taken Interuallv netlmc dlreilly upon thebliHxl ami IHIHOIIK nlfi wiil tht yMelii TiwtllnontHU eeut fne Ill Ac tier Ixittle Siibl by nil llromrlft Hair Pnrnlly Illl nre the best For a wag r of 1015 two Austrian ate going to attempt to toll an empt barrel weighing 440 pounds from Vi enna to Paris a distance ot 837 mile in fifty daj The toute will bt through Munich and Strnsbtitg Ot the barrel have bten cut the MillS o the cities ol Paris and Vienna tin dates and the names of the two p del trians Where the digestion is good and th general powers of the system in r healthy state worms can find no hab itation in the human body WHIlli CREAM VERMIFUGE not onl destroys every worm but corrects ai1 derangements nf the digestive organs Price 22 cts For sale by J II Wil hiatus m Coal deliverIphone 66 JKO A ED MiLLEn AM Stovonson Deserts Bryan Denver Colo August nA M Stevenson who in 1896 as a delegate at large from Colorado with Senator Teller and others walked out ot the national convention and who after ward assisted in organizing the silver Republican patty to diy resigned the chairmanship of the party in this States and announced his return to the Republican party He made pub- lIc a letter in which he declares the silver question is no longer a paramount issue and will not be for years to come On the question of expansion he does not agree with the Dem ocratic party he says Lots of peoplehave hair Per haps their parentshad hair per hans their children have thin hair But this does not make it necessary for them to have thin hair you thing eAySI may rely HairI I 1 z vigorI makes the hair healthy and vigorous makes it grow thickand long It cures dandruff also It always restores color to hair all the dark richcolor of early life There is no longer need of i your looking old be fore your timel- lOOabottle All drugglitt ti a rotnetly for restoringeolor haIrVigorgiven mite perfect llldocllou lu cvfry MnAM SiunitAug II 1899 UamlUondloftNY i Wfllo lha Doctor TIflaIrIt you do Out okUlu all the tiriicflu yin cil MteJ from the me of the ItAdreuDno1CAYtlILoII fuii a ItshVq PROGRAMME Ohio County Colorod Touch ors Institute to bo Hold In Hartford August 29 30 and 21- WittNiSiA 945 a m Devotional exercise Rev P S Major 1025 Welcome address S M TaylorResponseMark Acton 1025 Remarks by County superintendent 1050 Organization 1169 Recess 10 minute II 10 The purposes of the county I Martin General dIe IinstltuteProf NOON 130 p m Music Roll call i 240 School management condi Lions and requisites i The tuc1ar 2 His ability Ptof Smith 200 Primary spelling Teacher from Prentice Advanced spelling Assistant teacher in district a 230 Recess 15 minutes 245 Music I 250 Reading Miss Florida Tay Ion General discussion 700 Music Select leading Mts I W Actou Music Lecture b- Qv P S Majors Music Paper by ActonI UitSDsV exercise by 820 ReadingMrs 1 W Acton General discussion 855 Writing S M Taylor 915 Arithmetic Mark Acton General discussion 1000 Recess 15 minutes 1020 GrammarMiss lila Berry and Prof Martin rroo Geography Mlssli MDean NOON 130 Music 140 US History when to Intro duce how and why studyProf Smith or Newton and Miss C T Eldson 215 Phyrlology Mrs Rlchardsv n- and 245 Prof a1I255 IusleI300 Civics Misses Eidson and Dean 340 Qaerry box Adjournment I 730 p m Music Miss Dean Muslc AddltsslroII Muttin Music IRIOYI800 a tn G W Drain 820 Roll call 1 825 The Recitation I The teach I ers preparation lor it 2 How secure the attention of the class Ijrofi Smith and Newton 900 Objects and aims III tationM Acton ottJihe 930 Recess t II 945 Music 950 Psychology as a teacherewton training anti its biiSCbOOI BerrI1030 Theory and practice Prof S M Taylor II 1100 Subjects embraced in Un common school curriculum General discussion led by teacher from Ponds ville 1150 Noon 1 130 Trustee Hour 230 Organization of county assoI elation and general business 300 Recess 15 minutes I 315 Impottanceol district library I General discussion 400 Adjourn I 740 Music RiaayMfss Kulson I Music Address Prof Laurence NIIII or SmithSolo Miss Mamie Motion I Address by county superintendent I Music Final adjournment I I ComSMTAVLOR t t- Our Greatest SpecialistI For 20 years Dr J Newton 1IIIthtt way has so successfully treated chronic l diseases that he is acknowledged today J to stand at the bead ot his profession t in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Veticocelc d- and Stricture without the aid of knife it cautery cures in 90 per cent of all a cases In the tteatment of Loss 011 tJ Vital Fotces Nervous Disorders Kid ill ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly MIs Blood Poisoning Rheumatism t Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wtd jen he Is especially successful Dr l Hathaways practice is more thans double that of any other specialist Japes pronounced Hopeless by other I physicians readily yield to his treat f went Write him to day fully about k your case lie makes no charge ora consultation or advice either at lila ofcflee or by mall Address J latbaway M D 309 Church StII Nashville Tenn tf r ci a 0 A Call L- IThe Ref ubllCan Executive Commit V- tee of Ohio county is hereby eatll d to 1- meet in Hartford Saturday 130 p m II August iStb as very Important bu f- tness 1Iis to be transacted every went- her ot the committee is earnestly re quested to be presentN Chmn I By rON ROOERS SecytI0 C Local Option Law To Bo En ni forcod u e A vote was taken last Saturday J1 says the Groyson Gazette in Short b- Creek Magisterial district upon the st proposition whether or not spirituous vinous and malt liquors should be- sold therein The district Is composed Y Qf Sbott Creek Palls of Rough and U Spllng Pork voting precincts and a de- poll was opened at each of these pie th lnct8 The days bad it all their own ta rp J l II I I I t I I II I t I I I I I I 11 I I 11 tTo i+ t11Ditl l5ti tMti lJ1JntJftlliOJillltttQttu ili bt ti FINAL MONTH t IGMAND STAND I Of the Greatest mul Most 1Ilnsl nusI IClearance Ecr known in Hartford or Ohio county m m Adieu to summer This month winds up the season with If us No stone will be left unturned to make this the han E ner period in point of getting new ustorners by our low f prices on seasonable goods We will sell I HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH 1 Of HIGHGRADE MERCHANDISE less than the cost of material Remember prices are easy to quote but its QUALITY only that tells the tale Its quality backed g r by low prices that makes ours the model store j j A LESSON IN MONEY SAVING P That will echo for years to come Our entire stock off i1 p Summer Clothing Straw Tints Mens Lowcut Shoes E Ladies und Misses Sippers Organdies Muslins Dimities p E Percals Dross Goods of ovorv kind Fans Parasols Shirt Waists in fact everything in Summer Goods in our house S you can get tq I AT MANUFACTURERS E We arc determined to carry over no COSTIE prices you can get these goods at g one to be held in grateful remembrance by Ohio county f people Dont stay away Yours truly t 1 rot T COLLINS Ib IJIIIliI mfW II I 11 I 11 I j 1111liI I IIji il1 k Bowlin GreollBU2CoUoo Southern Normal School roLeTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS njfZH OWE KAMAOZMENT t Ono Thousand Students Will be in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year TVfUNnnKMof rtlK lM JlnfrrnorMl tI tint ItrmxrM Mxnf thccwinry ire Cnerra nf llesIn tltntln Tbf Mlowlnufonrwd are rrlmarr Kngluh Trairlirrirrriutratnrr Sclrntllu i n ulm 1 ttoryicat Mudc Intrumrnul MUllt AwBuInei ShortiIindType4Sritlna Iomnhl 111101 ht Civil IvfTior Any rntrra tbe IIIIIXIM CotiKui will have the prlTlUw ot entering th iiODTIIiBN NORMAL and pursuing any literary branch nr brancbft tauitht willioul rilra cbarcM Wi itst two fret with etery live month rrholarahip luo by tbe howlIng UntO lliulottK College TM magnificent new bulljlnz wilt txi rudy lor occupancy by the lint of Sfptrnber lyoa- i VU sure aol raentloncourie aatcilwbcn you write Catalogue tree AJJrrn H II CUBRRY Onel tanarer- itowitso llaiaj KT O vay In Sliest Creek the vote toOt is follows tor the sale lit Vxaltut the sale 16 IN srciNC t IRK 7tr the sate 21 V ainst tile side Ml- IS FALLS CM KOUOI- Icr Ihesxle i 3- jalrtllh title 9- 6lotallr the title in Magisterial dis trict 51 Lcoinst tin sttlL 36 1janitvanInst9she 316 This iliitt tit tins liiii tvrrllily hi lictcil with vlmt ate known there as f iiVr hcusri Ior the jmft five M Ic jtuiu parties luvc been selling specially tier tin Inllf what Is call td Folks cider It is claimed that It riull mike a luau drunk ticker and stay ilttink longer and ie meatIer while be was drunk than iy but skullever manufactured J der the Rtntnl law for selling ritlii ut licens it was Impossible to onvlct these pArties because that law- S only against selling spirituous vi IlItl9 or wilt liquors and up losccutlor ould fill because it could nut be liown that this cider was either pplr tuous vinous or malt In 1898 var ous citizens in and around the Palls nited in an eflott tu have the Logic iture enact a law that would reach he parties who were selling this ci for The result was that an act was asseri March isth 1898 which pro iblts the sale cl any intoxicating everage in any local option district fter its enactment it was discovered hat it did not cover the locality in nd around the Ialls of Rough the cry locality for whose benefit the act vas passed because it was not a local tlon district By the vote of Satur ly though it has become a local ops Ion district and that vote marks the itnlse ol the cider houses in Short reek Magisterial district they will oon be things ot the past and the Isces that have known them hereto ire will know them no more There a no man tool enough to buck up alnst this law It is broad and imptehensive makes it an oflense to cli barter or loan directly or inch ctly any beverage liquid mixture r decoction of any kind which pro uces intoxication an any place here tbe local option law is in force he penalty is very severe beIng rum twenty to one hundred dollars r each oflense and each sale Is a rate ffenseINo IBasta canter you will never get well ittil jour bowels are put right CAS RRIS help natule cute you with lit M gripnr pain produce easy nat ul movements coits you just rots to rtut getting your health tek CASCAKBT3 Candy Cathar c tlie genuine put up in metal xes every tibtrt has C C C raped un it Beware of imitations Hungorlstho Beet Sauce tt some people are never hungry latevrr they eat has to be fIrced IWO These Is of course some lng wrong with these people iiy J Liiig Hoods SirsapuilU a abort I riii = 1L I Ii JiCTIlC TElC PHONe I MaL1rOtLlrOa by the Southern Electrical Company- 1i2cT111oI rexiiaAIII tp cjnvliictl that it lit the jeer of Any telephone ON THK MARKET We make a specialty of u LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber hand Telephones With Butteries coniplte furJJJSSS R O B Cars Nashville Write us for prices on all material uspl in connection with tho TKLK PhONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS tiVe Are IIOtdqL1cirter =WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY tAND I TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky FOR hADIES AND GHNTIaHMRN Thorough ourccs in Literature Languages Music Art anti Business Excelent home influences Kefinctl tutu pleasant invironinonlB Eight years tiNextW G WELBORN Pies J 0 HAM BARNES Vice Prcsotime they are given nn appetite and then they erjiy eating and food nourishes them II you fi id your appetite tailing jist try a bottle of Hoods It U a tiue stomach tjnlc and every dose des good The beat family cathartic is Hcoda PIUS 0 For Sale PsiplarWeatheriHllingou Hive Ill jusand Icet x done Inch Poplar Price 2100 per houaund Cash RnNtRow DBAN Dundee Ky HERDING is well adapted to the ure of fevers oi nil kind becauxe it horotiKlilycIeaiisea the stomach and bowels ol all bilicnu bunions and tx PH nil Impure secrctiom ofthe b Jy Price 50 cts For cnle by J H Will ama Rough River Telephone CompanJ- IIXORIORATO 1 nlk being chonp nnd necessary you should patronize folks whorl you tan buy your own phones and build ollr own lipos nnd lie in talking distance with tho wholo countyanti business points generally byonly rain RoughSoxponsoifHartford K1 for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies I r f ir SWEEP i OUT SALE i now and the first day of September wo must have a GEN f iUehveen ol all SPRING aud SUMMER GOODS Noth 4 wear reserved Former prices not considered ft We must move them at some price We need the room for our Fall 4- t Stock and we are making a bit reduction in all lines that we may bo 1 better customerrwloizlg r r f Wo are out this line S ill we can fimiieli you r 80I1IH g od VRlusIf Mens Lustro Coats 85 cent lo 82 lift Former price 8125 to r- r 8iW I1 i Mens Linen Suits that sold for 81tO now S2 on rr i Merit ijiit color Wool Suits former prico SS ro now 811 00 t Mena better grade lightcolor knit + ftlelmar pries glOOOn cv birO I Hoys Suits Knee IaiiU worth 8100 Your choice for rill eens if J Never was there a better chance fr you to lilynice Sl YIISII r t CLOTHING SO CHKAl I r wee Out J r r Alipprerelebeenrf f rtllo WORK y Our PrietiiuuT 8200 Slip r now 81 fiO sizs broken but ther tlnter J SlfiO PriMin er Slippers are now 81 2ft Cheap SliprI- f f 75 ronlpIf Our Miees und clnlilreu Slippers that sold fur 50c 75c nnd 8100 f IIIOW I0c Me nnd 75e in Tan or IHack f p r- r Sumeer II II vvash GoocLs r r srOur stock is low but we certainly have Sinio bountiful r4 iuteroingrlot of Liwui former price 3i II IeIr r r wills pr yard for one lot of Dimitits former prico 8 scutEntirer While Diifk and Marseilles for skirts 10 and 20 cents per yardrr Poit yourself by visiting the GREAT HARG ALV r Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 17 Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo NVwliurtir l Inklnr HCwt Smilnv Jnwlllli IWM Hi noun iirlh Humid Nnnlti llannil- X lten4i M NuIBdUNllsudn Nil tatdudu p Ml So UIl t edlp W So ltrdi 110 p IN ilit1uesisp m lnnllII I NI ldurrwa w NU1auii2IOntm Mrs CJRhoads has typhoid fever Miss label Cox is vUltlng in Green ville For the nicest fruits in the city call nt the Singer office Mr W R Otflesby Center town called to see us Tuesday Mr R n Rowe of Kchols was among our callers Tuesday Oh what delicious Ice cream nnd sherbet you get at the Singer Office Miss Emma Haycratt ol Louisville is the guest of relatives In Hertford What dainty little cakes you get with cream or sherbet at the Slngci office Miss Mdttie Luce was the guest ol friends In Horton Saturday and Sun day last Miss Amby Ford Fordsville Is the guest of Dr and Mrs E W lord this week Col C M Barnett has purchased the Dr Pendleton property Con sid eratlon 2500 Mr U O Scott ol near Prentls made us a very pleasant call while In town Wednesday I F Mrs C K Rogers ol Elkton Ky is the guest of her parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox Mrs Mary T Martin Denver Dam is the guest of Mr and Mrs Tim Toy lor this week Mr and Mrs C W Sturgeon are visiting his father Mr E T Sturgeon of Beech Gro ve Ky Mrs Col C M Barnett is still improving and we hope will soon be in perfect health again cNev and Mrs J A Bennett were the guests of their daughter Mrs J B Fcstera few days this week Mrs Mary A Duncan and daught er Miss Maggie Duncnnof Louisville nnd Master Duncan Hamilton of Mc Henry are the guests ol Mrs F L Felix I P ISOS CURE Sulscot UM- ftoMbrdntniitiIn alma J CONSUMPTION t Mr Arthur Buskill Point Pleasant spent Monday in town u Visit the Singer Office for Ice cream sherbet soda water and lemonade Mr Ljman Williams leaves toda for several days visit to friends i n Greenville Mr and Mrs Geo H Vickers 01 Lyonla lire visiting their son Mr Jo B Vickers and family Mrssra Mary and Hettle Bennett will be the guests ol the family oj Mr Jo L Carson tomorrow Miss Tannic Cox has returned from nn extended visit to her sister Mrs J II White Charleston Mlssorl Ex Senator John J Ingallsol Kan sis is reported to be in a dying con dition at Ins Vegas N M ol accute throat trouble Mr Lon Rogers and mother left Wednesday for Greenville whey they will visit the family of Mr J L Rogers for several days Mrs Pink Gilstrap of Cromwell is very ill of obstruction of the bowels It is reported that Drs Nail Taylor S D Taylor performed an operation yesterJay evening Bethel church near Horton was dedicated last Sunday The dedlca torlal sermon was preached by presld Ing elder Rev Elgin A sumptuous dinner was served on the ground Mrs James Hoops died nt Hopkins vllle last Saturday or Sunday and was burled at Beaver ram Wednes day We are informed that pneumo nia was the Immediate cause of her death Mr J B Dodson has purchased the vacant lot West of the REPUBLICAN office and will In a short time erect a first class livery stable Mr Dodson is a hustler and the public will find In him a most excellent and accommo dating gentleman Prof T J Morton wilt return to morrow from Chicago where he been for several weeks in the grea university ot that city Prof Morton Is eminently quallying himself for the great work of the profession Hartford r is justly proud of her able young son Nursing Mothers WA Theyknow babyAllScotts Emulsion It gives them strength and makes andrI I Prol James DeWeese returned last Saturday Irom Valporalso Indiana j where for several months ptsl he hm been In school He graduated In tin I B S course ol that institution Mr John W Maitin f Cromwell has bought the stock ol dry goods ol Mr WM 1leener of near Cromwell and will soon move the same to his mammoth store in Cromwell MrsJ n Dillon who has been visiting lelativrsand friends here lor several weeks kit yesterday evening for Murray Ky and Paris Tenn where she will visit her fathers faro fly before returning to her home in Texas Mrs Tom Keown ofnear Horse Branch died of dropsy early Wednes day morning Mrs Keown was 72 years old and had only been married about six months The Interment took place in the Christian cemetery yesterday morning Collla IMIuntlngton of New York a great railroad magnet and a multi millionaire died at his summer home in New York Tuesday Mr Huntington came up from poverty to his exalted financial station Isis fortune is estimated at 50000000 Miss Josle Tomasson of Union county who has been visiting her sis ter Mrs D L Miller of near town for several weeks returned to her home last Saturday Miss Tomasson is a very pleasant lady and made many friends during her stay The following named gentlemen op peared before the pension board ofex aminers Wednesday Ernest Kills first examination Mr Hills was wounded in the battle of San Juan Hill Messrs Remus Carter Beaver Dam and Jno Fanner Aetnavilts both were veterans of the civil war and were examined for Increase Mr A Miller of near Sunnydale died at his home August it 01 a complication of diseases lie had been filleted with a spinal trouble for several years On the ninth Inst he had a severe congest lye chill this was followed liy a se vere case of pneumonia The end came FO rapidly that friends could scarcely realize it Mr Miller was about 69 years old and leaves a wile nine cbildrcd and many friends to noun his departure The interrtuent took place in the Suunyd ale cemetery Sunday Mr C T Baird a former citizen ol this place died in Louisville last Sat urday afternoon of dropsy Mr Baird was appointed clerk iu the Auditors office under D Howard Smith sever al years ago He after ward moved to Louisville and engaged in the Insur ance business in which he arose rap idly to distinction On account ot 111 health he was transferred to New Orleans and placed at the head ot the branch o lIke there Mr Baird was a brother of Dr A B Baird now ol Oklahoma also of Mrs Gen Sam E Hill Lexington Many friends here receive the news of his death in sad nessThe examining trial of Jesse Dun ham the murderer of his aunt Mrs Anna Brunton was a novelty from the fact that It took place on a moving train To prevent any action ot a mob in Mrs Bruntons county and to r comply with the law that the trial be held in the county where the crime was committed necessitated swift and vigorous measures The prisoner was placed on an I C train which trav erses about four miles of Meade coun ty soilIInd while slowly passing through the county the trial was conducted in due form and order every thing being in readiness Aa was expected the prisoner waived an examining trial and was recommitted to jail in Louisville Brekenridge News Mr S B Dyer of Virginia is vis iting his nephew and niece Mr Armstead Jones and Mrs P P Gar rett of Muhlenburg county Mr Dyer has a remarkable history He came to this section from Virginia in 1838 arid remained until 1852 when hejoined the rush for California to mend his fortune in the great gold fields Later he moved to Nevada where for twelve years he was lost to his Kentucky kinsmen who sup posed him to be dead About two years ago he returned to his old home in Virginia where he has since resid ed Mr Dyer is 82 years old but looks to be about 60 lie is erect and walks without a cane and can read remarkably well without glasses He is a first cousin to lion P H Dyer of Missouri The life of Mr Dyer has been spent in the reveries of a bachelor Sunday School Mass Mooting There will be a union meeting of CromwelltSunday August 26tb 1900 beginning at i oclock a m Music reci tations and short talks upon Snnday school work will be the order of the day Every Sunday school worker of the district Is re quested to be present and assist in the exercise IMoss For Congress Bowling Green Ky Aug 14Ato- ne ol the most enthusiastic and har monious Congressional conventions ever held in the Third district of Ken tucky the lion McKenzIe Moss was made the nominee of the Republicans here this afternoon The convention was called to order by the Hon J Prank Taylor the District Chairman and A J Oliver of Allen was made temporary Chairman and L J Ward en Temporary Secretary On mctim the temporary organization was made permanentMr was placed in nninlnntlor liy the lion Wm henry Junes in an oble speech and was seconded by Judge 15 P Jamep of Butler It was moved that the nomination be made by acclamation which was unanimously adopted Amid the wildest ehthusinsm Mr Moss took the stand and thanked the people for the honor bostowed The convention was addressed by several distinguished men from differ ent counties in the district all of whom predicted the election of Mr Moss by at least 1000 majority The convention adjourned at 3 oclockMr Moss who is one of the most popular Brown Democrats In the dis trict had already been made the nom inee of his own party and accepts the fusion nomination Post Brick for Solo I have just completed a kiln ot Iso 000 fiistclass machine made brick and lam prepared to fill all orders on short notice Patties needing brick for any purpose will dowell to call on or ad dress meat Hartford Ky before pur chasing elsewhere Prices reason able Your patronage Is solicited tf E L HriRiuNr Court Notos R II Stevens vs Taylor Coal Co continuedJ etc vs John Black burn dismissed without prejudice W A Hill vs James R Curtis judgment of f45 for plaintiff- J II Robertson vs R P Brown judgment for land sued fornud 250 W S Cole vs I C R R Co judgment for defendant- J P Thompson vs I C R R Co judgment of f7S in favor ot plaintiff- G C Roberts vs M Thompson continuedJames Taylor vs Jesse R King dismissed without prejudice 15 T Cooper vs I C R R Co judgment of 63 for plaintiff Ida II Bean vs Eliza Cate judg ment for f35 W M Miller vs A Winklebsck continuedShelby Taylot vs Marry Tlchenor etc judgment of 5 for plaintiff w If you wish to cure scrofula or salt rheum permanently take Hoods Sar saparilla It expels all impurities from the bloo- dS Question of Division Owensboro Ky Aug 14The Daviess County Baptist Association began Its annual session at the First Baptist church at to oclock this morning The Rev J S Coleman was reelected Moderator without op position There are Cityeight churches In the association and al most all of them are represented either by letter or by proxy A ques Lion ol Importance that may come up is the division of the association The membership ol the association is so large that a division of it has been talked ol lor a long time but no action has as yet been had on the ques Hon of a division The Rev W P Harvey of the Western Recorder the Rev J N Prestridge of the Baptist Argus and the Rev W M Bruce of Philadelphia are among those In attendance from a distance 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 50 cts For sale by J IL Will lams Bockham Calls Extra Session Frankfort Ky Aug 15At 1230 oclock the long delayed call lor an extra session of the Legislature was given to the public by Gov Beckham- It is extremely short and only one subject Is mentioned the Goebel elec lion law The proclamation is as fol lowsIn accordance with Section So of the Constitution I J C W Beck ham Governor of the Commonwealth- of Kentucky do hereby call the Gen eral Assembly of the Commonwealth- to convene in the city of Frankfort on Tuesday August 27 ago I regard the occasion for the callas extraordinary and I designate as the subject to be considered by the General Assembly when it shall meet on the date aforesaid the modI fica tion or amendment of the existing laws regulating elections In this State In testimony whereof I have caused these letters to be be made patent and the seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort the 17th day of August 1900 and in the lojth year of the CommonwealthJ By the Governor C B lilLY Secretary of State As the call is for the amendment or the modification of the Goebel election law there is no necessity for a pro longed session unless there be a dead lock which is quite likely At any rate there is no prospect of the ma chine controlling both houses Senate there are thirteen RepnbllcansIfive snti machine Populist making vote In that branch of the Legislature not counting Senator Harrel who is not likely to vote with the gang who threw him down so bard h EXTRACTS FROH JUDGE SIMS SPEECH Sovoro Arraignment Manu facturers of Evidence Scored The following Is a britt report of Judge Sims scathing argument in opening the defense ol Caleb Powers Mr Situ walking over to the Hide ol the room occupied by the lawyers for the Commonwealth said Show me the mau that testified that Caleb Powers when in Louisville stated that it looked suspicious for him to be there and that he had to return to Frankfort He said that the lawyers for the commonwealth had endeavored to leave the jury under the impres slots that Immediately after Goebel was shot the doors and the windows ol the executive building bristled with bayonets He declared that not om witness bad testified that this condi lien existed He claimed that the commonwealth had never proved that Goebel was shot Ircm the Secretary ol States cfilcc They hove proved thundered the sdeaker that Powers raised the crowd of mountain men He admitted that nnd says that propablyhe was more instrumental bringing them there than any other person But I want to ask here and now where and by whom have they proven that these men were taken to Frankfort for an unlawful purpose We do not uphold assassination and it Is to be condemned but I want you gentlemen of the jury to bear In mind time fact that this de fendanYcnnnot be convicted on testimony of these accomplices NOT SnoT PROM POWERS OFFICrt The speaker argued that the commonwealth had shown that the rate of fall ofn straight line drawn Irom the cccond window in Powers office to the hole In the hackberry tree was 1316 of an Incbyet the rate ol descent ol the ball iu Goebels body was I 13 16 inches After DrsEly Hume and Welsh had been put on the stand he said and the inconsistency of the commonwealths theory on this point had been demonstrated then Dr Southwas called to testily that a man in wal king raisedand lowered his shoulders and that the skin was drawn tighter across time back when one was ascending an incline This he says was done to excuse the falsi ty of their theory that the bullet which killed Goebel was fired from Powers office and lodged in the hack berry tree Ahf they knew that Senator Goe bel waif not stoopshouldered He was erect They knew be did not raise one shoulder a halt an inch and lower the other three quarters oi an inch when he walked They try io show you that Goebel fell where the nails are driven in the pavement Who has said so in so many words Haveyou not been told that Goebel fell to the Southto the North to the Hast aud to the Wept of those nails AltEGliS COUNTUR CONSPIRACY When were those nails driven there Ill tell you They were put there after a line had been drawn from Powers office to the hackberry tree Now let us see who saw Goebel shot Many say they saw him fall but who saw the gun pointed from Powers of fice Ed Steffee says he did and Strolling Weaver says he did Weaver strolling strolling every where says he saw the assassins gun I want to ask here and now who was responsible lor bringing Into this court room a man who by false testimony tried to swear this defend ants life away I say who brought Weaver here Somebody dill He didnot come unsolicited Dont you know that one of the attorneys for the Commonwealth was sworn In as a special baliff and brought him here It has been proved that Weaver swore to infamous lies and a man who does that against another on trial for his life Is a scoundrel and worse than an assassin DM whit n taiKM Web to weave ben Brut In prattire to deeclve Now let me tell you It they got No Hope 1IY II for you said four different physl rises I still had sufficient left to try Dr Miles New Heart Cure as it was highly recommended to me I had for years with heart trouble so bad was my case I was given to die several times Had severe palpitation short breath and much pain about the heart fluttering and smothering spells but Dr Miles Heart Cure me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure Mrs J t Taylor OxaMboro K- yHeart DR MILES Cureb told by all druggists on guarantee lint bottle btneliti or money Book on hurt and nerves sent free Dr Miles Msdlcal Company Elkhart Ind u one man like Weaver they may hay got others Then the speaker mentioned tit names III Golden Culton Noaks nn Anderson and said that while Weave was not n Golden he was u goldel stroller Mr Sims paid n tribute to Power and told ol his straightforward man tier on the witness stand He sal the prisoner had nothing to conce and hind told the whole truth lie fIe eluted that combined legal talent a- New York Ohio nnd Kentucky could not confuse Powers and he wa unscathed by the rigid crossexnminc tlon to which he was subjected by tb Commonwealth COL CAMPBKLt ATTACTKD The speaker pointed to the fact everyone of the Commonwealth strong witnesses had been examine by Col T C Campbell nnd that al the numerous confell ants had mad it point to confess to Col Cam pbel first lie said this was truly remark able and a strange coincidence Ytl the speaker asked the jurors to remember that even the sa called sta witnesses had confessed their mind had to be refreshed when they war on the witness stand by huge bundle of notes held by Col Campbell- Mr Sims then cited the arrest Noaks to the jury and told of Co Campbell having gone to Virgin under an assumed name- I thank God houted the speaker that such tactics are net proc tired by lawyers In Kentucky During his reproaches to Co Campbell Mr Sims looked stralgl at the lawyer for the Commonwealth Ills ridicule of the New York nttornt was severe nud stinging The speak displayed much satire and made hi words stronger by his gestures an and facial expressions lie spoke Caleb Powers open honest face compared with the hangdog counter ances ol Noaks Culton Golde Anderson and Weaver and sal that a man with Powers face coul not be guilty of the crime with whir he Is charged The speaker toucned the fioooc reward fund and said that when Cu1 ton was on the stand he did not sa that he had received any money tip t that time but did not say he was nnl expecting a part of the f100000 DfIUPt1ll1dwuklTa CO par lIh IL Henry Watterson gives his eslima of Gov Roosevelt thus Youthful welNbalanced a gentleman a cowpuncher a man of letters a man c a clearheaded politician dashing soldier he has the respect a1 those to whom ability both ment and physical appeals and he has th those whom accomplish ment whether in the field ol politics arms of literature Impresses Facts About tho Trial These figures give some idea ol th scope oi the Caleb Powers murde trial now rapidly approaching It climax and conclusion Length ol trial approximated GJ weeksNumber of witnesses 155 Witnesses recalled 17 Time taken iu offering evidence 2 daysNumber of arguments io Duration of speeches 4 days Exceptions by the defense 120 Exceptions by the Commonwealth 12Avowals by the defense 65 Avowals by the Commonwealth t Estimated cost to the State 20001 The last lour figures are approxl mated The other statements an from the official record Louisvilli Post Slow Are Your Kidney t- Dr lo free Add btorIOSitemeulloCnlriiaorN m V Blotchier and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off Impediments to the proper performance ot her duties IERBINB will aid and assist nature In her work and insure a skin clear beautiful entirely free from all roper ectlons Price 50 cts For sale by J- H Williams m The Armyand Navy Journal brings together the statistics ol lives lost in railroading in time United States the past year and compares these with the casualties in the Philippines reck mlng on the basis of and army of 63 000 men The result shows railroad- Ing to be about four times as perilous as ware DRO PSY many nrlblImtdthutuand eaaw called liopcl U ttl- Ityi at ItMl twothird of u ijrtaptotna rmoT ed Tntlmonlali and till DAYS treatment frw DK I B CUIIS SOU roc E Atlanta Oa Thlrtysevonth Anniversary The AfroAmericans of Ohio county will celebrate the thirtyseventh anniversary of President Lincolns emancipation proclamation under the management of the emancipation league 1on Saturday September 22 1900 by A grand street display and memorial exercises in the John R blpps grove near the oil well in the day and a grand fete at night in the court house The procession will oral at 10 oclock sharp a m on the Beaver Dam road near the old walnut orchard Each colored band In the county or any other bands are cords ally invited and are expected to take part in the celebration Tbere will be speaking by eloquent orators both of local and foreign talent The parade will move at 1015 oclock through the ptlncfpal thor oughfares of the city thence to the groveAll residences and business houses aaGIa r- I 1i Cigar Dealers Like g- QI r to have their regular customers smoker r OldVirginia Cheroots f r because they know that once a man r r starts smoking them he is fixed ji and that he will have no more trouble = with him trying to satisfy him with cigarsdThreeI hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this rS year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5cents I s t1 mrzzr- t + III1 c 4 O Furniture Economy Furniture economy doesnt 1mean buying cheap Furniture a only experimenting The right kind of Furniture economy means buying relia ble nifikcs homst goods from grr That is where this Furniture economicaldIf store to careful buyers Qual ity and honesty of making swingsdd you are h asked to pay for inferior 0makesy Their Finish 1 INote Note carefully the way they made there finishthe substantial manfler in which they are constrltedthc mater e and ytftill agree with us that they are plumpest d Ivalues full of worth and you at prices that e will make yoti feel we bought F them right Chairs per set of six 250 r4to 600 Hocking Chairs f e f to 000 each Bed r steadsM 82 Ob to 750 GoodS Oak Suits goodf nedsteadsI9 We begin the August sell ing with stocks in every part of our store full and complete We feel that the low prices we are enabled to offer you for the right qualities will wayeCARSON It CO t 1 1 along the line of march are requests and expected to decorate with flag and buntings There will be an abundance of refreshments of all kinds on the grouni to suit even the taste of the dainties epicure Every district in the count will be represented by the dIOeren trades professions and avocations o life on well decorated floats The cit Izens of neighboring counties are especially invited to come prepared t take part in the procession and celebration Come one come all come ever body and let us make this memorIa day one to be remembered by botl old sad young Remember that m intoxicants or no immoral conduct o any kind will be allowed on th ground Committee on arrangements ROBERT LAWRENCE CHIT PARKS THOMAS RUCKER BUEL HUNTER Committee on programme- RRV G W DRANK PROP S M TAYIOR- PROI R D NEWTON HeadacheI- s often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious trouble may follow For a prompt elllclent cure of Headache and all liver trouble ta- keHoods PillsWhile they rouse the liver restore full regular action of the towels they do not gripe or do not Irritate or Inflame the Internal organs but have a positive tonic Sic at all druggists orb mall ortC1 Hood A Co Lowell MUlto 8 TAXES i II Ct Y Call on me at oncet I and pay your o Taxes For 1900 This call must be i regarded as urgent 1 My payment to the I Auditor is due and my business must be closed By a prompt payment you V th 9 nt n P nal y Imposed by law for delayed payment Call on me in the Sheriffs Office or one of my deputies in the field Respy S T STEVENS S 0 C Subscribe for 7 fFri REPUBLICAN The Kiutl You Ilnvo Always Bought anil vrlifcli lias been lit use for over 30 years has borne tho filKiiatnro of niul has been inado under his per lIrI soiinl supervision sill co Its Itifaney Allow no one to deceive you In tills All Counterfeits Imitations arni Jtistnsgool are hilt Kxncriincuts that trifle with and endanger the bealth ot Inrautd anti Chlldrcu Experience ngalnst Kxiierliuont What is CASTORiA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops mill Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Mihstancc Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms mill allays Fevcrlshncss It cures Diarrhcva and AYInd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctihO Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC erwTAUH COMPANY TT MUHHAT tartr Mtw VONII CITY I sSJI TIME AND- SPACEarcpracticall annihilated cables systems and belt the cir cumfurencc of Old Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrow if we read TIlE ClllCAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents are located ii icy important ffy in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so cxtcnsivca scnlce and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the Etirring events which arc shaking the nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening 4011lt tIll of old govern incnts and the establishment ofnewof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American ncivRia er TilE ChICAGO RECORD FREEAsIGIndlcMiurO r on the rrverp xlilc will bu inulleil lonny uciJroi treu of churnc on rriilpt or iciiuost uccouipnnlcil liy two celt stump to rover twtaifc nnu wrupplnz The inuiH Illustrnto clearly how cmprchcnlrcIy iho Mirilul raMo iwrvlcc at I1liriiu4ic lii uti i overs ilia entire ilrllUnl vorlJ Ail ores Tut CUICAL1 IttLuui lil MaJIua ircvt Chi aro IJ WHITESCREAM 1 WORMS VER BFUGErtc tlnQitalllr For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies Pf rnF sox DY AXX rcUGrGrZSII3Trtpared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis tIff1tfwT I Drummoud Natural Leaf Tin Tugs are pf equal valuo In eccur WillS presents mentioned below anti may bo assorted Every man W wouldLI FREES 411 JfTAOI 5 jLSChild Set KBIfe Fork md Spoon II IjuaruplepleonWt 50 f Frtncb III Ur Wood Jtpe n 7 lUior bellow found fine iicllih W1 a UutttrJJDlfetrlpieplatcIlJcit qu1lt7 50 at t Kuetr Pbell triple piste belt quilltr en lOFUmplintittrllnzillTCr Til f II 10 bl a OS It llulctier Knife IUCD Kuuer 9ln 5 W Is tlldeifT 5 14 5ut bet Cracker S lick iiiiir plitrdFOtsit 16 Alarm CIxk flickulnotill icmlDe Kufiirrr Ooo ltt 1frtadloodIIOWit BooJi JW W 11 fill Cacti Koltfl Forks Luck born Uadlcs 10 tST rub Gentle flnger IaIu sud TAO I 5001KlIltrometer UOWSI fltrnoI tteifl4n toolVW17 Ibindioraen Ttnilngtnii ttIt1eWo4flor32culttr 150- a tcbiterllnillver full Jeweled KM 90 Vrc suit Cute letuer litndioino I urlOdurabte1050Si I ImUsteel VV 7 190 I l Tas36Wlnclieiwr rfepettlcg tih1 Gun il 37 arrVrbammefttjutdm touo w39 BIcycle lUndtrd mite mOte or O J doubleburreihminrrles so Iglna 1011 uxI5Ib V tAI ifTHEABOVE OffER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900 if J1fnllllluoirr Jftr 1s RslpLl TOBACCO worth of j and urord aort plenure thRu it dime soril oran W oilier brand TSTJt rSt LOllis No 4 i1AAccDR TABLERS BUCKIV A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINICURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDITUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 JAMES FBALIARD Sole Profrlelor 310 North Main CENTSI 1iitio1 Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 17 THE COURSE OF INJUSTICE I ITothing sodegradcs the law nscilme com III II I el under the forms ot law When the mob lIt Cincinnati burntd the courthouse they did it because one criminal niter nnnthtr had been grant ed immunity tinder firms of liw II bfcatise under the form nl law iiI eI criminal lisscs hail lieen ptntertti ii their crimes end pI cliii pi tyihig- I t hod been giveii them to prry upon t community The Legislature of Kettticky a theIice as Governor fSt ite Ju It Hnr an in his disteititii opinion tel n n to tlis action ci the Bond f Cn test bsys- I No such farce under the guisrol format proceedings was ever e i cltd ir the presence of a free ptople s take pride in the fact thatftir Ameri can governments are governments ol law and not of men That which do is not equivalent to a dclslon 01 Judgment or determination by the Legislature of a mat er committed to iiImerely as an exercise ot arbitrary j power by a given number of men hoI defied the law It is not d pleasant thing to say but after a thoroughx amination of the record a sense ofduty constrains me to say that the tion of that body of men that Goebel was legally elected ought not to be respected in any court as a determine tlon of the question in issue but should be regarded only as action taken outside of law in utter con tempt ot the constitutional right of freemen to select their rules II This reference is to the action of the Legislature a review of the action the Contest Committee wonld have brought forth Irons the learned Justice even more vehement language A committee arranged to hear the con test listen to evidence and report to the Legislature was fixed by curious devices so that there were only three Republicans among the twenty two members This board opened the doors to the contestants and perrnit ted the lawyers of Mr Goebel to Introduce any matter from any source to impugn the action of ever commun ity to bring in question the election in over forty different counties and to put upon the stand any man to testify to anything they deemed necessary But when the contesUes through their lawyers and impeached theelecs lion held in Mr Goebels own count vhcn they naiad the committee tCjIi nesses the committee promptly and arbitrarily refused to hear j What that committee declined to il ten to the people of Kentucky vi Mstcn to and their ears will tingle The story of the election in Mr Got bels own county was a story of fraud and corruption not surpassed in the lays of carpet baggUm in South ctr lina Mississippi or Louisiana It cask more like the crime of the mid He ages than a story of crime comI Ill1tl 1lain t thesu rage in the Con IOn wealth ol Kentucky These cilme e xvcll known to till men in th- iu LYON I r i i L k 1 I I i 1 J1 7- iI I LAXATIVE ISYPkUPc NATuncs cum ron IJlst IV no t- jurious drugs iid i Hi best pre hlliUUnesslIput all impuriiioi If tie Mood and the complvxl ri car i If you do nut lilc it IvtUr than an yourldrugglstII An Ideal remedy fr clilJren as well ItftTOZ5 CAS33 = r- At ltirilOV V i 0 Ilimiler K y I II lll M5IS llnrlloril lvII KyIStCIlrirylLvJ y 5 Our fee returned K efall An one icaditi sketch and ol Invenllon will receive our otuloti free concerning the iMteiitalillily of tame How ID Obtain a 1alent cent upon request 1atent secured rxpenicIateutA ctinrjnsullcil Ly Manufacturers ntid IlivcslorH- licud for umplc copy FREE Addieu VICTOR J EVANS CO Meat Attorneys Cvsni Building WASHINGTON B CI Ilr tf with Ou hlb 1lIIlnl tiller L bltKOTllulcl iunlb drum for iobaeio fl5 6tin000II t ockstp own drjricltiiborill uehf nsTk It with cbosSS4rii WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING 1HIS SERVICES AND i REMEDIES For moro than twefltt0i yean Dr J Now ton Hathaway lias made a i oolaltr of Female Disease During that tlmo lie liii had among v Iili patlrnti over ten tlioui- T and union MiCcrlni frontal i those ninny dlflVmit rom Iblnti Hvuiuir to tiiti wxanj has completely ansi ptrnu nenlly cured moro titan M rrcent ot tim case he has treated lf hi i rxelutlro method which lie has perfected durlnr j T the twrntyflro yean of Ills most extenstro practIce Iso II enabled to cure oil of thcso different diseases including painful profusaor suppressed menstruation prolapsus all ovarian trouble tumorS and ulccratlonln fact evcrv form of thoso diseases which mike a burden of life to tho greal majority of women I He has to perfected this system of Ms that lie ran treat these cases ij mall without any per tonal onansination to which every serultiSi woman naturally objects and without any opcr itlon with Its consequent palo and necessary dancerlt ysteui of treatment Is taken In the prl Icy of the home the euro li painless and ItI fOSItiSCou LOW FEE condlnlie will elvo your case his personal attention aDs care and niako fill fee so moderato Including at medicines necessary that you will not feet the burden of tho payment and ho will you a positive cure Address llraJltooI J NEWTON HATHAWAY M llr hathaway tSOD ChurchStreet IKNTiN nu TIIU 11101 CnIcounties of Campbell and Kenton jet they have gone unpunished- a The refusal of the committee to hear brought from Judge Yost a most earnest protest lie declared it to be an act ofabsolute injustice and one which Involved the greatest issue involved in any case tiled in the State of Kentucky Gov Bradley was even more emphatic He said in conclusion- I do not think this board d to prevent us from having a fair op portunity to present this case I can- o not believe that The issue involved in it is too grave I cannot believe that any gentleman of this board is actuated by a feeling ofthat sort You want to get through with the case as quickly as you can I dont blame you for Iti God knows I want to get through with it as quickly as I can If you were pulled and hauled about by 2000 witnesses and asked what time they would get to testify called at I and 2 oclock in the morning as I have been you would want to gel through with it even quicker I simp I y ask this board in common urness and justice to give us at least some reasonable time in which to present the most salient points in this case My friend Hendricks says that dtcen cy ri quires that we shall get through IitoI want to say to this board that we I have discharged not less than 501 witnepcs on the main issuse in this 111case that were presented because we we could not use them andwe have suflered as much as the gentle men on the other side could posslMv have suflered in that respect All the pleading was in vviin That committee appointed to determine whether or not at a fair election heldt in Kentucky Mr Ta lor hud beenI elected Governor refused to listen tU11 the toiy of Kenton pluserl to h inspectors had been 11how the polls by force aid txclulldI el to hear from Precinct II Second Ir alll Precinct 15 Second waul Pre jcinct 11 Secind ward reinsert to hear 01 i wotd In fact rf nil the proceedings n Kenton corn ty For illustration- S j In a number of precincts in the city f Cnvln ton persons were admitted is inspectors who had credentials It IIgnet by one George Glendon SaidIt Glendon had no official position in the organization of any political party In Kenton county In Precinct F SixthA ward the Republican inspector L B h Anderson duly appointed was ford ijected And so all over thehj Itountyhis was permitted to be heard by theI committee q- Having thus rdustc to hear the evidence the committed WS ready to tiuakethe forms ol law It to promote the InI sterestsAll this will pass in review before the people What was refused by theJt committee will be demanded by theHi people and the people will pass jldg Ga meut on the men who have tried toFC destroy free institutions Kentucky Louisville Post llonl Toliarro Spit ttul Snmlr Tour I ffr tiiay ly UIIIlIeue11I1I pteitiSterling Itcmcdy Co Chicago or New Voilt Bryan sees danger ill our Nitinna or prosperity and those wishing to danhim justice must admit that Mmnli opinions prevail such 11 i nrre f Ibis would le sedilyreinvest IN one knoAK the unbearable tir ure the lid iigunizi g iiti stauseti thUth in inrnt iile This IK a tifitike ioJuiPAMM RS IUJKFYIJ PIlE OhNrAIUNP is nil irJallihUrne firItriNo110 Omhotalf on Rev P SII j ire on Jiloit treet pod Apple Alley UNITED STATES ULTIMATUM Secretary Hay Demands Free intercourse With Conger as a Right The State department has mnde pub lie the following correspondence be tween 11 Hung Chanc and the department regarding the abandonment of the campaign iu Pekin Telegram sent to the United States enil nsseH in Berlin Inndon Ittin Route and St IVterslmrg nmt to the Iuittd States minister fokin In ic ply to n Mipgcslinn if 11 Untie Char that the ministers inijiht be sent under salt escort to Tien Tarn provided the powers would engage rot to march on IVkln the secetuty f state rt plii don the 30th ofJulj This goverment will not enter ttti any alrl1gelUt regarding die position or treatment of legation with ut first having fiee ccmmunlca I n with Minister Conger Responsibility for the protection retti upon Chinese goverment Power to de livtr nt Tiers Tsin presupposed pow- s er to protect and to open communica tion Tint is insisted on This message was delivered by Mr LItcommunication were established be teen nilnibters and the Ir goveimuents It could be arranged that the powert should not advance on Pekin pending negotiationsTo the following replj was sent on the 1st of August 1 Goodnow Consul General Bhang hla- I do not think expedient to sub mit the proposition of Ran Li to the other powers Free communication with our representatives in Pckin is demanded as a matter ofabsolute right andnot as a Savor Since the Chi 9nese goverment rdmits that it posses lies the power to give friendly attitude by denying it No negotiations seem advisable until the Chinese gov erntent shall have put the diplomatic representatives of the powers In full and free communication with their respective governments and remove all danger to their lives and libetty We would urge Earl Li earnestly to advise the imperial authorities ol China to place themselves in friendly communication and co operation with the relief expedition They are assuming a heavy responsibility in acting otherwise Signed HAY Inorlmationfairs CASTORIAFor Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho r Signature of Cf f y fce A slf a p TRIAL TREATMENT B B B FREE Cures Blood Poison Scrofula andiThe Botanic Blood Balm B B B treatment for impure blood and skin disease is now recniiniztd as a sure nrd cettain cure for the most advanced Maces of cancer eating soreu eczema FCilles1IJIphilitic trs pertiftent eruptions pimplesIculls aches and pains in back swollen Klacds tlfings and liiinps on the skin rheumatism or catauh orany form ol slcln or blo- odIts Men women and children af trint cured III everp Stnte by manic Hlioil Bln for purifying tl e tsI mitt rxptllini the get nis n d iiiiimr Inill the fitie fiytttm invin tlietbin free In m tuttionf id HM with ividi ret nl pure mid soul No M Iller inert loijj i tl K pur hells is lit hanrno itnttf a many ditcllurlljt minim t a s fu nnj I a se lilt with Hotunic Hloinl 111IB IS cures permanently To satisfs thediuuters wi I will give to any sufferer n trial treat j iiitnt ibboIuUly free co that they IIIR M this wonderlul remedy B B B Botanic Blood Balm sold by nil druc oles with complete directions fu home treatment fur i per large hottk- or free trial treatment address Blood alm Co 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta and Trial Treatment will be at once Wilte to day Describe tronble and free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimonials ol cures by using Blood Balm thorough tested for 30 j ears A tree and easy rxpectnraton i1 roduced by a few dties cf HAl j 1alldifficulty of breathing Piice 251 d 5 eta For sale by J II Will iamsII I Lives Thlrtyflvo Days Wit tout c Food or Water Tillliniktiiwii Kv Aug 12Ao- ry comes from Corinth of a goose at hve thirtyfive days without f 10111111 water The ttoiy is as fol ws a R ith Ihe bright lilt e rntt httr cf I lo z t Tnrelked wits the owner of a- nespectntrn I ot tlir WeS Irclin goo e j dhilliSIends with II drove f f ittef mx hiijs J i the 3 lh of June the hogs w rr e E dlthemal1llwaslntbthewlshl t Soes lDu UICCNSYSTEM I ENDANGERThat old Krc or ulcer which hM keen u source of pain worry ansI anxiety to you live or ten years maybe longer doesnt heal becnue you are tint using the simper treat LlrrIMIII I Ih fr nt A core heals promptly when the blixxl ii in good condition but nover if it it diseased Tht tendency of thru out sores and ulcers Is to grow worse spreading and eating deeper Into the flesh Tile tire LI comitnmtt tlmlu the syStemmi gradually but surely ruin the health and the very life A l IOmethlngtocuRSdocs lccnnse no other can teachtlcepscateil blood troubles Ordinary Sarsaparilla amlllOtalh mixtures lire tot weak unit watery to overcome a densIty poison that tins taken possession of the blood Do not waste vilimlilu time experimenting with them Some r t itro I wu that In the left leg rrctltlny what I considered only a slight wound II A Gunshot ilrvrlujtnl Into a rtinulnR ore aiit jiave men r 1In 1 was treated m doctor aDd bY dtook a of l4uol cuirtte hut tuone thl inc auty Cui I hid heard S tiehly rrcotnuatndcd cutciuirI to gise It is trial The rsutt w ii 5 8 to get lUhl at the trowbl stot forcet the poliots ut of shy 111IlOO11 afterward tlu OGetletl up nllAI cured lOUod aod well I now hare terfcct U11C of Ihc which was inollcn mu l very IIIT for a long time J MclltATEi Mwrcncctpurg Ky S S S is the umily purely vegetalile blood purifier known- Isrnadeofrootaamtd t I ofwondcrfuiptitiiyiti i propcrtki IIU o n clears the blond of all morbid unhealthy humor and the old troublesome sore heals At the same time the general health is invigorated and built up When a little scratch or hurt fails to heal readily you may W sure your blood NIl S S S wilt soon put it in order antI keep it so Our Medical Department Is in charge experienced physicians who have made blood diseases a life If fill will write them ahou your COlIC they will gladly furnish alt information oradvicewalltlll without any charge whatever Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I search tbicuploul the intiie ctlgboi hood failed to locate the pet and litti Edith mourned her as lost On tin filth day of August J C Sleets littl deejthat it could not possible get out I- Jas rescued and tiken hick to Ruth who r jiiced as much as tile fathsr ove j he rtlurn of the prodigal son The ijoose had evidently lived all that time thitty five days without foot I j seaterBREATH t I have bian nlx CHrKrTSitnd a IidertulAlltjkirgN uUdu lr TIlIy ar a stat hi in ibr famIly WItliIstitx ZAiul111 HUUntioiiM bi ciuitunall OSlo CANDY CATHARTIC TAOC MAUN IftltTIIIfO I 110It CONSTIPATIONSil twi I5 TOBAD 50 drIINO IL ONLY 1 ONE DOLLAR Less than a cent a day TilE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky The Great Newspaper of die Blue Grass Tile Most Ably Edited Pa per in the South From Now Till December 1 aadI1 Send Tour Name Yonr Money iNOW J IONLY FiJJT- HEI M3ST EXCIFING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS I IS NOW ON- I K I Hverybody must have a lHlly Paper The CampaignI Offer of 100 From NDW to Nov 15 made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and Impartial dally In the South KBUULAR RATDS One month SOc Titreomnonthe125slc Twelve months SJOU Send for Sample Copies THE eVeNING POST Louisville Ky i I MERVITA FILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor onil Manhood arc Impotcncy Night Emission Loss of Mom waitIng diseases i oolrobu 60 I ansi IndlscretIonI morrnil boilder Brings PILLS slow to pole Iroand rolorol couth box 0 lr Distill CTS I 280 with our bankable gaurantee to cure r refund the paid Send for circular nd copied our baukabso guarammteo bond EXTRA STRENGTh t ResulttnLL1Vcam for Lou of Power oricocefo Undeveloped or Slirunkon Organs reslf Locomotor Nervous ltotraton Fits Inianltr Iaralrdi and the tciulu of Kxccsilvo Use of Tobacco Opium or iqnor null In plain l18100 a ox 0 for 8600 bankable IU intea bond to cure In UO day or refund QOney paid Addre- tiNERVITA MEDICAL CO I llnton Jackson Uta CHICAGO ILL J It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a clnIyou couch The ladUs will delcht In the splendid ladles lounging room with Us bun and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have our meals In this car at any hour you want them otJcr most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring ttiictc down to a sandwich take as long as you please to cat It ail you will only have to pay for what you order ThoCottonli1 t iirw HiiMnTe lutralnsronthronshfrornlVro ant Memphis I 1i vtliiit h nr lloYd runnretkuu an mad 1111 unrllon for al a f lni lnji n Territory Obllnia sot the far Mrl Write atMl tell us whir 1011 are mint and when you wIll liar and w111- t1I yon waIyirti let wilt roil whkh trllo Intake lomb th lv1 1 lm aol eoinrrtlnni and will seisi you an Inlfn llns lilllo Uwilrt t Hit ID IIIIX I V lillUXtfcn UST= n =v FIELD SONn = e = r=orororcI TRANSFER LINE== r== rA= = Ar= A = 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