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thscurto uf Ohio nnd uilloliilnitriMiiillni AUn Nntnry Inlilir Southern Railway Thniimh Ktaht llit Xouthrrn Ktnt- MKKNTUOKVTKNNKSSLK South OAIOIINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAUOLINAOKOR CIA nml MISSISSIPPI a 84113 lllliii Thrra Dnllr Trnln llotwfon loul Illfi nnd Ixilnitlnn Olnwrrntloi Chair funi Trnlnslcnve nod nrrlve Ixinlnvllln Inim Hnrrnlh Itt Hulnn Ihiut ellll h1hilt willi trnlnol the Illlniln Vntrnl Iillni d nml I II A 111111 II rurlnfortnntiinnditivM A WiiKiin 1 AT A SlOlth A TO tnuUvllle- V n II TAVIO rnt alit II I A lnnl vlll nW IlAiilJIuiiJJ REPUBLICAN HERE THEY ARE A Trio of Political Scapegoats Bryan Wattorson and Woodson Bryan Mr Bryan Now Uriah I give this garrulous gentleman from Kentucky just ten minutes see to it that ho is drugged at that time Mr Henry Watlerson Ah Wil liam st 1 WiiUam It delights me heart t MP vtir brave face Adzooks but hol live grown aimce I saw you list Ali Billle you know that s Ih cktr yt term of endearment inl in my tnre tnomett cf sincerity lute the Ijfjimjjc ol Tlickcrnyor the ulcllIJlnu1 ilramalMn Billec I- say you are the mnst successful political charlatan jMiilnn tin phrase lu all our historysm hwe play ed the role in politics written for me Billy Boy You dont know it but you hove No modesty now for you have played it well and I admire you and I envy you Mr Bryan What can I do for you Mr Watterson Mr Watterson Do not be BO formal William I am not proud I let the out oman call me Henry if he will promise not to scold and say There now this here business roust Ftopwant you to cat aside all f rmollty with me I want you to forget all timidity in my pies tbenIwe can it here and devise you and the CourierJournal ready to support me if 1 repudiate free silver and conic out in favor ol government by itjunction Mr Watterson Willing William We ate anxious rue boy And lull Ilatdeman will to you how to conduct your campaign in Kentucky- Mr Bryan Well II he wants me to conduct it us he conducted McKin leys in 1896 I am lost lie cut llradlcys majority of 9000 down to 2SZ in 1896 and il he cuts Gocbel ma jomity down that ranch where am 1 No Hank kctp Bill away In iced Jones tells me there are too ninny bills coming in anyway Mr Watletson William William dont do that your notes of joviality ju on my spirits and your next draft will go to protest Mr Bryan Wellt hen Hank am I to understand that you want me to compromise with dishonor so as to be on a par with you Mr Watterson Not on a par but a full partner with me Pardon my humor it is innate and ineradicable I want you to strip yourself of your free lIver garments so I can strain you to my political breast BS it were Mr Bryan Assuming for the mom cnt that I abandon my free silver views would ycu support nit Mr Watterson Heartily and more slrcerely than I supported Cleveland in 1892 The slaughterhouse will be there and the ojien grave but con ceAled from sight for I know how nervyno I mean how nervous you areMr Bryan But after I throw away tree silver there is Anti Imperial ism Is that your long suit Mr Wtterson Well hardly I am as much committed against you on that issue as on free silver Mr Bryan Ycu want me to let you take that plank away too I might as well surrender to you the nominationMr William that is the most eloquent sentence that ever fell from your lips Do It do it at onceMr Bryan I like your cheek But tell me Watterson have I changed much In the past four years Have I grown older Have I lost any of my youthful vigor Has my hair turned gray Have I shown a fickle dlsposl nn The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer ct SwampRoot at Work la IDs Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so deceptive Many sudden deaths aro caused by Ithearl disease pneumonia heart failure kidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or tine kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghts Disease the worst form ot kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder arid urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co N Y and mention this paperI Ion Have I changed so radically that you would think me another man Hank Mr Watterson Not on your lire You are the same bold bravciosplred young man Your life is a standing rebuke to the old man in politics Not changed n bit in person in oratory or in political principles I ad mire your stability On would I were a boy again Mr Bryan Wait a moment Mr Watterson You admire my stability and yet our years ago I was given this parting shot Irom the Courier Journal alter my tour in Kentucky Mr William J Bryan has come to Kentucky and Kentuckians have taken his measure He is a boy orator lie is a dishonest dodger lie is a daring adventurer He Is a political fakir lie is not of the material of which the people of the United States have ever made a PresI dent Nor is he even oi the material of which any party has ever before made a candidate Mr Watterson What a memory you have William Or do you take the livening Post Yes William I cannot deny it that description did not appear in the CourierJournal It was written by the old man when I was I was In Europe and the cable was down You have been a great idle editor yourself and you know how it is Just so about the Goebel I law The slime hand wrote the offensive paragragh wrote all those offensive articles They clime from the brain of an irresponsible young man we have to keep on the stall as a scapegoat No the old ItISeems to me now Body Winchester wrote itor Frank Hagan Anyhow William what does it matter It never was meant and we are all for you the old man and the Irrepressi ble young man for you heart and soul let bygones be bygones WitI liam Mr Bryan Uiiay show this Journalistic meek out give him a tattered garment of many colors and show him the way to Mark Hannas second band clothing store lie has some garments for sale Ah Tarvin I am glad to see A consistent silver man from Kentucky is as rare as a day in June Ou3LJSTOOHIAPearl Iks 0lbs Kind You Han Alw2YS BoughlI SIgnature d Did you enjoy your honeymoon asked the weedy widow Not half so much as I did my all mony replied the grass widow twice removed Philadelphia North AmericanA lady cured of her deafness and noises tn the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave io 000 to his Institute so that deal people unable to procure the Uar Drums may have them tree Ad dress No 4483 The Nicholson InstItute 780 Eighth Avenue New York aBryan Invites the support of the traveling men of the country on aIplatform which promises to bust theI trusts and inaugurate another era 01I Free Trade This would result in the traveling men 01 England France and Germany selling foreign goods to theI merchants who now purchase homemade articles Trenton N J Ga zette To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITHS ORRAM VERMA FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy acd cheerful Price 25 cts For sale by J II Williams p McKlnloy Holpod Him Out John Kilpatrick in McLain in Harvey county is a strong frothing Democrat and a few days ago he was out fishing with some of the boys and managed to upset his boat in deep water lie could not swim but he held Ito the Loat and shouted to his companions on the bank lor assistance Seeing that he was in no par ticular danger the boys told him they wouldut help him until he gave three cheers lor Mckinley Hurrah for McKinley said Jim in weak and terlshiug voice Imlei declared the crowd And then Jim bellowed Hurrah for Mctlnlc I until he could have been heard a mile any whereupon one of the borS tossed him a iope with the remark that This isnt the first time McKinley has helped a dn fool out ol a hole Kansas City Mo Journal YOUNG MEN WANTIUV with lair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This is endorsed by nil leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable Institution ol its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall termI I opens August 15th Globe Telegraph College I Lexington Ky COMMENTS On Bryans Spooch of Accopt anco at Indiana oplls Mr Bray ns speech of acceptance at Indianapolis is permeated in every sentence with his Populistic pessimism lIe can not look upon Republican party as being composed of men who have the good of the country the welfare of its people and the progress of the nation quite as much at heart as he possibly can have lIe is unable to give the Re publican jmty credit for the same de gree of patriotism and lofty devo tion to duty that he claims for himx selfOn the other nand he attributes to the Republican partyto its leaders and members nothing but selfish motives and indefensible ambitions lIe can not see that the diderences between American citizens in their political beliefs is solely one of differ ence in ideas as to the best methods ot conserving the common good and promoting the general welfare His mentalattitude is that the Republi cans and all who differ with him are self seeking and unpatriotic men or I else public thieves and coumou rob bersInanycommumnitythe man who Invariably has no good to say of his I neighbors is rightly viewed with I suspicion lIe who suspects his neighbors of being thieves and extor tioners of being thoroughly selfish antI self seeking not unnaturally falls under the suspicion of being a bad axiomsIfender against lawthe man with the considersImen as great rogues as himselfand deems himself simply unfortunite in being found out Hence he pities himself for his ill luck and is nt war with all honest men whom he deems to be equally culpable but lucky in being able to conceal their criminality from the eye of the law Mr Bryan takes up political discus sion in precisely this spirit We do not mean that Mr Bryan is a crim inal in deed or in thought what we mean is that in discussing matters political hr looks upon those who do not agree with his theories as hypo critical and insincere and as using their political views simply as a cloak for deep and dark designs on the public welfare This was his mental attitude in his famous cross ol gold speech in the Chicago convention Then be considered all men who believe in honest money to beI public enemies traitors to the repub He engaged in a conspiracy to en throne sordid wealth and enslave the masses Four years have shown the American people the folly ot that Now he devoting his rhetorical rowers to bitter invective Against those who beleve the territorial expansion which comes from national progressI accusing them of a stealthy attempt- to subvert the republic and set up the form of an empire If not its reality Mr Bryan falls to see the true path Americau progress or to realize that each generation has to meet new conditions undreamed of before and presenting problems which mist be solved in the light of the present lIe quotes liberally from the fathers fromI Washington to Lincoln but he fails to note the obvious fact that these ut terances were each pertinent to the status then existing and applicable but partially to other and newer ques tions under entirely different and newer conditions For instance he quotes from Henry Clay who was speaking threequar ters of a century ago on the struggle of the South American republics tone themselves from the yoke of Spain a passage beginning It is the doctrine cf thrones that man is ectIassumes States cdopts this theory with regard to the Philippirea If it applies tm the latter how much more does it ap ply to the negroes of North Carolina whom Mr Bryans party has joIst dill Iranchlml on the plea that they ars too ignorant to participate in their own govermentl To North Carolina anti Louisi um cn we then directly apply Mr Bryaas comment on Clftyn remark Oce admit that some peo pie are capable ot self government and and reflect upon the probable conse querces of intrusting the supreme ex ecutive authority to such InnJ as his and he will be extremely reluc tant to do anything to make the ex perinient possible Boston Jimrnal There are no Coxrj armies m rch ing on Washington this ycir Tint forum of militarism would not unlikely suit Bryan PittsUirg Cftumercial GazetteA struck a silver dollar in a Chicago mans pocket and his life was saved Later on the silver dollar will be hit hard again and the countrys business life will be saved Kansas CI y Mo Journal I When the Gold Deraicrats decided not to put a ticket In the field an anti yelled out that time whole thing Is simply a McKinley IndorsementIThat anti was right Springfield Mass Union I Vmere are those Tariff reform philosophers who used to tell us that Protection stifles foreign tradtBos tonjournal A farmer in Nebraska says he bought 2000 Cleveland sheep at 2 25 a head ane sold them as McKinley sbeepat f4 35 yielding a profit of 4200 It isnt easy now to fool an American wool grower on the para mount luueSt Louis Globe Demo cratThe mind of the inventor works better during times of Republican prosperity than it docs when hard times are knocking at the door and a Government report just issued from Washington shows that during the past year the cash receipts at the patent office have been 135828 3 larger sum than ever before received in one year Time number of patent- sissued26540is alson the largest in the history of the office American inventors are doing much to bring the trade of the world to our doors and it is gratifying to see that tbelrI minds are now more active than ever Des Moines laState Register FREE BLOOD CURE An Offor Proving Faith to SufI forors I Is your Blood Pure Are you sure of It Do cuts or scratches 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you ought to turn the other to the striker Willie Yesm bnt he hit me on the nose an Ive only got one Pont Tottrro Spit mil Kmule Tour Life inir- To quit tobacco easily auil forever boning ache lull of IKo ncrvo ami igor tulle NoTo Dae his wnmlorworlccr that makes wcalt men strong Alt druggists too orSi Curosuaran teed HiXiklet ami sample free AiMrcsj Sterling Remedy Co Clilcaco or Now York The Southern people are showing new signs of industrial activity The Greenville News and the Charleston Post formerly Democrat newspapers are out squarely against Bryan arid the Kansas City platform Grand Rapids Mich Herald HCInS4OUTIl ICVOUINU 4Oyn iiurmiitin ho Smith prnrm lluiihni Tout ii grit remedy fur Chilli ami oil Mnlnrln F vcr Illtier tlinn IJulnlni Ilimrnntwl 6VY t At lirugirlt HcnuilflWliuulM i The total foreign commerce of the countlY in 1895 when Cleveland andI Free Trade were getting in their work was only 1539508130 for the fiscal year coding June 30 1930 it was 2 244193543 And yet there are some people who assert that protection is a hindrance to foreign tredeSan Francisco Chronicle OUPI MAKES Tft- tSOLDIER The great Em peror understood that primarily time a stom ach Primarily ecry min Is titomach The whole body and braiu art dependent for health life upon the anti of tIre pro ceases which go on lu the stomach IItl allied organs of digestion and nutrition People who have been treated for dis ease of head heart liver uencIor blood have often been treated until they began the use of Dr Pierces Redden Medical Discovery When this medicine hind healed tire stomach and II IIdisappearedSx ea ago lait August I was malarial fryer write Mr Daniel A Carter of Yost Rowan Co N C My ipleeu become en Urged cud I was In on fur four years I went to the doctors and some of them had others said I tina liver trouble The last doctor 1 had called it chronic liver and stomach diloe So I paid out money and nothing did me any Rood Two yeain ana I commenced taking Dr Hence Golden Med ical Dlcovery and used tell bottles and now I can as a days work as any man Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are a booq to bilious people They cure NEWSPAPER COMMENT What tho Editors of tho Coun try aro Saying About tho LoadlngToplcs of tho Day A Reading manufacturing company has just announced and increase of wages for its four hundred hands and without being asked for it The fact will be user by the Democrats an evidence of bogus prosperity Wil mington Del News The calm wise judgment of William McKinley appeals to the solid mature element over the country while Teddy Is the idol of the boys everywhere The combination cant be beat and it already Inns the country going its way Camben N J Post TelegramSuch as these mark Mr Bryan as a demagogue If he were sincere In his adhesion to the princi pie laid down by Mr Clay he would have denounced its violation in South Carolina and Louisiana If be condones it in thesestates he is estopped from criticism in the Philippines even if it applied there which it does notMr Bryans forte is merely that of I a destructive lIe attacks abuses tears down but he possesses not one iota constructive talent Hence he is not a statesman lIe is of the type ot Attila not of Washington or Lin coln Ills announcement of what he would do were he to be elected Pres ident shows his utter lack of construc tive talent Let any man of moderately conser vative tendencies study for even a few moments the avowed principles of Mr Bryan upon questions of public policy that others are not and that the ca pible people have tine right tJ seize upon and govern the incapable and you make forcen brute force the only foundation of govcrmeut and in vite the reign of the despot Farm hands are so scarce in South Dakota that the farmers about Sioux Falls raided a circus the other day and hired away most of the canvasmen and other roustabouts for harvesting And in North Dakota where there is a shortage iu some crops it is diffi cult to get sufficient help to handle he large residue while the Populist whangdoodle continues to mourn and will not be comforted Minneapolis Tribune They ull tell the same story A Carthage business man took dinner at a hotel in the Western part of Jasper county the other day and of the ten men at the table all but himself were miners Six of the miners voted for Bryan in 1896 but this year not one of them will be guilty of that folly nc the conversation at tire table indicated All declared theselves cordial supporters of President McKinley and the Republican party Kansas City Mo JournallIe ould call an extra session of congress ask it to establish a stable form of goverment in the Philippines as we are doing in Cuba and protect the Filipinos from outside interfer lie ignores the vital fact that the Filipinos are not united The Tagalos and Pampangas are the only tribes in insurrection The other tribes acquiesce in the American oc cupation To allow the Tugalos to establish a goverment for the islands would mean as soon as the American forces were withdrawn that there would be Insrrections against Tagalo rule Murder loot and desruction of every industry would follow The United States would speedily be Informed by foreign governments whose subjects have trade interests there that we would be held responsible for the maintenance of peace andorder for the damage to foreign property nod the lossfo trade There is but one practical planto maintain our supremacy and treat the Filipinos aa our wards not subjects but children of the family to be elucUel to take their places as citizens in tne future Toltdo Blade CASrOnJABear the ll13 Kid You Have Always Bought SIgnature tZor l fa Did I not tell ycu sort riot to cit ice Ise not eating the ice Ise suck ing the juice IIMIIU t NiTiTii is Tim rtnven nine IIIK Tunic new lni ri vl I tiuito liiumntl tllbllill wirljr hprliiK nnil Full I ra vint Clillb IhiiKni nnil Muluilnl Firs Aitn in the liver turn up the nvnli iii lUtUr than ijiilnlne limriuitrvil try It At lrumiltnSiA nuilflKOIiattlM 3VS- 61DosortlnR f Bryan St Ptiul Aug io TwentynIne Minnesota Democratic newspapers i have deserted Bryan and declared for McKinley since Bryan declared so emphatically for 16 to I against the administrations policy There have been established tinting the same period 125 Republican newspapers making 54 gained for the Republican pnty I Duriug the same period only nine iF YOU WANT JobIYTflCQRS1QLDIE1CTISubscription yearIHARTFORD AUGUST FEV- ERLLYcRF4L LavoIA- KTFORD NEA- LAttorney THE IncldentrlIII outI papers that were Republican in poll tics two years ago have largel through change of ownership cs paused time caure of Bryan and ther have been but nine Democratic paper established a gain of eighteen This gives the Republican cause In this campaign considerably more than 310 zealous newspaper advocates in Minnesota not counting those in three large counties of the State Kind of Winter wo Will Havo Prof Asa K Martin the weather prophet of the Blue Grass has already prognosticated for the coming winter litre is the way he says things will go There will be nineteen snows for this winter the first falling on November 25 1900 There will be five zero days There will be ice spells In one ice will be 2 iches thick and the other 4 inches thick There will be two big sleets also one in December and one in February There will be a great deal of winter for the poor Several days in January the thermometer will be up to 70 and So de grees The first frost will fall September 30 1910 There will be a heavy snow Christmas week I CASTOrtJABean tU- Signature Kind You Hate Always Cough of cZCould 1f Uso It Ifyoull walk slowly across the floor again the photographer said Ill try another snap shot This one shows you with your foot in the air Thats all right replied the prominent citizen Ill send it to my daughters young man r CURES BLOOD POISON Scrofula Ulcors Old Soros Bono Pains Trial Troat mont Froo First second or third stages post lively by taking B U B Botanic 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eta For sale by JII Wllliaumsao- rAn Objoct of Intorost Rectorsi never in my life touched a congregation as I did this morning Every eye was on me Wife No wonder When you took your hat off your gloves remained on the top of your head London Tit Bits J IInvo boon uIn etscttsror foroverremedyarerepresented CANDYRTiC TNAOI MAS4 PIUIIIOt Palatable loUot Tille OMc DoNevo Ilckeo 0 CURE CONSTIPATION1 4il anm a ro ii- IiO TOBACdjflpdbyatidrug GOOD HOUSE FREE Citizens of Fordsvlllo Enjoin Collection of aTax Another chapter in the history ot the Fordsville school trouble has been written by Judge Owen Several years ago the people of that town voted n bonded indebtedness of 4000 for the purpose of establishing a graded school of a modern kind The bonds were sold the house built and the graded school established Unfortunately there was a division la the board of trustees one faction wanting progressive educated teach er who could if desired conduct the institution on a high tchool basis and the other desiring to confine the cur riculum to the common school course and to employ a teacher with exper lence only in the county schools The latter succeeded in carrying their point after the case had gone through all the courts The teacher employed seemed to have a fee simple title to the school and as none of those op posed to him would send to school to him a bad state of affairs was brough about The property owners of the town almost unanimously belonged to this class and of course they objected lo paying taxes to meet the Interest and discharge the principal of the bonds nml also to pay for a graded school that was of not benefit to them Accordingly a number ot the citizens joined in a suit to prevent time col lec lion of the taxes and to declare that the school district was not graded but was merely a common school district Time petition was presented some time ago to Judge Owen who granted a temporary Injunctlonat the timeThe case was heard at Hartford on motion for perpetual injunction and the prayer of the petition was granted in so far us it seeks to prevent the col lection of taxes to pay on the principal or interest ot the bonds This means that the bondholders will lose all the money they paid out for the bonds and that the district gets the best school house in the county for nothing It is expected that the St Louis parties who hold the bonds will sue the district to test the qvestion again but the attorneys claim that they can never recover on account of time gross illegality of the measures taken with regard to calling and hold i Ing the election The questions as to whether the district is a graded or common school district is held for further consideration Nasal CATARRH In til Itl tticti there ihouU be clnullaeif Elys Cream Balm stcweioothesanibeilithe Itcuctarhan1dziteasway quickly Cream Balm Ii placed iota tit CMtnli SpreadS over the membrane and Ii absorbed Italltl U to mediate anil a cure follows It Ii not drylngd not produce ineezlns Large Size 60 centS at Drug gluts or by mall I Trial Size 10 cent by mail ELY OUOTIIEIIS M Wirren Street New York BLOOD POISONIf yon ner contracted any Blood Dlieaie you are never safe anita the urns or yulptoulbutliverjmptont bore throat ulcers on the toiigueor In the mouth ionic falling out of the akin corner blotches on the body eye red awl natrt dyspeptic stomach sexual lcnt Indications of tho iccondary stare Dont Irukt to lion t ruin your synea with the old fogy treatment mercury and rotubwhlcb only suuiireiecs the symptom Our a time only to break oat strain when happy life Uont let nuackaexwrlmeutonyou Our NhY UBTUOD leTtlfl guaranteed to cuoe you Our uarnnte arun buoksd- by baum bIIIidO that the disease nvimm never return Tiouaands of patisatu has beta already cured by our NEW KCTUOI TKCATMENT for oternyear- and no return of disease No experiment DO risk not a patCh up tat a pod lira cure Tbo worst case soli- citedNERVOUS DEBILITYOUR NIVVV Mirrilnn TRKATMKNTWHI cure TOO and make a man of you Under Its Influence the brain becomes active the blood purified so that all pimples blotches and ulcers disappear tho nerve become sironc as steel so tha nervousness basuf sines and despondency disappear the ee become bright Iho taco full and clear returns to the body moral physical and aex nal systems are Invigorated all drains cease no more vital wane ham the system The tattoos organs becomo catural and manly You fret yourself a man know martine cannot ta a failure Ws Invite amlcted to COOlult us COllidOIlOI and free of charge Uont let quark fakirs rob you Ol your hardearnedguAdoilar Wit WILL CumIn You We treat and cure NIflVOUS lFmiiLtvY SEXUAL WEAKNESS EMI3- BIONS SYPHIUS GLEET STHICTURE VAK1COCELE KIDNEY and DIAUUliH DISEASES aud all diseases peculiar to men and womsn Cares curan Iced a victim Hate yon moat hope Areyon contemplitlnj READERAre01 lias blood been dlteased Have you weak New Method Treatment will cur ollltlll tree No matter who baa treated write for an honest Free of Charge Charge reasonable Bol dr The Golden Nollor llIultratedl On Disease of turn UlMaxs of Women The Wages of Sla VarlcocelJ Stricture and Gleet All tent Free sealed No medicine sent CO D No caress en boxes or envelopes Evinlhlng oonridintitl Queitlon list and Cost of Treatment FREE for Home Cur- sORS KENNEDY KEBGAN 028 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO 1 Hartford Republicanq IRIDAV AUGtrT aj FON and LON ROGERS Editors lcJhnoc cl CIA == luufd Ftldaiii by thtHatifttri Pub CjJnmrperatcti rtered at Hartford postotflee as seiwli mill matter REPUBLICAN TICKET run iitisiiiiVT J= c= nlo Dl Ohio roil VICK ritlMIIIKv- SJaoo4ero Tiocoorol Ol x w Yorl- tr lll ovrl0iro2m VST ITorlcos Ill Iloyle Coiiiuj- KtUCOXUIIISN = c llrf rkfnrnCP CiMiiiijr ExGovernor Bradleys An nouncement TUB publication in the diirier Journal of the 18th instant does man injustice There H a rccnul ol my order calling out tho State Guard in Louieville which appears on lle Executive Journal It is not neces sary to make orders approving pay rolls In each instance where troop were called out by me tho pay roll certified by the Adjutant General and approved bme are on file in the Auditors oflice I do not remember whether the pay roll of State Guard at Louisville was filed before the ex piration of my term December 12th but if it was paul the proper endorse mcnt will he found upon it W O BRADLEY Ir iau outrage is a very com mon aimver to the ijiiostion Who do you thihiikof tho Powers trial =IF any curt ever took the place ot the IrcnccutiohI and jury certainly tin court at Georgetown did in the Pow crs CO8 DID G ebfl and Beckhara get a majority of the votes cast at the No ember election 1899 Ucrald please answer ONE might well conclude that in Judge Cnnlrills opinion it is a crime to be elected to otlicc hut it iaB right to steal in IF Beckbom did not steal the oflice of Governor how did he come in pos session of it when the vote stood Taylor 1U37M Beckham ISJt 331 IK every Republican Brown Democrat Populist and Prohibitionist were on trial before Judge Canlrill for cot ing against Goebel they would be convicted ELECTION November 7th 99W S Taylor 103714 votes William Goo bel 191331 votes Taylors majority 2383 Where is Goebele Herald will please answer If imperialism is the paramount issue in this campaign plea o define it Democrats so we will know where to find you Cholly Wheeler says it is not definable Eh Ax indictment has been icsued in Cantrilla cutlet against every man that voted lor Cable Powers the trial hue been set for November Olh and the people of Kentucky will be the jury KIUIIT years ago the Democratic platform read free tradefour years ago it read free silver now it reads imperialism What will it say four yeais hcncv Democrats please ans werTiii Ilcruld says UIt is slated upon reliabe nuthurity that IInlsix of the twelve men who gave Caleb Powers his life inprm inment sentence voted fur Sooln1 lust fall The Cmmcr Jnuriiul ti the authority Is it ftir Ielhibc Jl IK till bo a Republican form of government in Kentucky the great c unmon people would welcome an tint Iiepuhlicau government The motto ii every man should heuGhe me Liberty or give me Death in the next campaign WIIATS become of free silver Mas hilly Iliiih jo nijiith Johnnie its imperialism thin time free ulcer didnt wiik in I thought it would nail Im awfully tea rod over imperialism the people nk me what it is and I wint tell them Dont askrime any itties ions The paramount iaiiie with the imlpria1ipate and slander we ulnuM like to in terrogate What have the Democratic campaign managers done with free and unlimited coinage of silver a 10 to 1 T JUIXIB L P LITTM of Owens horn will speak at Fordaville tomor row in the interest ot civil liberty in I f ffjit4A ffiiift lBlIllIMltILlll4lrltlllltlllttltfll11ltln ttlt ufYttIf+ t+ ttt Ctf t r Caleb Powers to the Public i t i1To TII rrmnzcIaui nselmyopinion concerning and the verdIct of thej2ry Could I tuwe but 1opinion Can any Calrlnlndec nun or woman olthlsE4 but one That one of the greatest giCarces known in history has been enacted here in my trial under the forums of law no wellinformed man can doubt Innocence is no shield with one hundred thousand dollars IiI taudthe methods ol Campbellism against you The rectU tude of ones past life c3unts fr naught They say Toy i j tor Is guilty because he was n his office and that I am tt iguilty because I was away from mine This has been a ei political trial throughout for political purposes and no greater mistake has been mtde by the DinncrUlc party i sInce they robbed us of the otUea to whld1 we were tiny elected by the people There are good men find nobleIE women In the Democratic pvtynnd tinny ot them are not all bad tar from it A great many of them do not Iindorse the theft ol the State offices A great many more will not Indorse this mockery of a trial this prostitution of the courts ol justice for certain ends From time be ginning of the campaign until now I have stood with + zIwhat little of merit I have hml for the rights nail liberties E of the people That is my crinme That Is tile only offense I have committed This U the only thing proven against me SIswore to that myself in my testimony I have never h id and he not now any apaloy t make far b1tij true to the trust Imposed upon me by n mijrityof the voters of gof this State History will draw its dirk lines around t those who have outraged me and disgraced the judiciary and blackened the history of the State I am very Ie t spectlully CALKH POWERS II j iOOr fnP Tqr OOT n TrnmT Jtr 1 I I IIII Kentucky Judge Little is one of the best informed men in Kentucky Ho is an independent Democrat and is thoroughly prepared to discuss the issues of tIme present campaign Fords villo will give him a large enthusiastic audience and much good will be ac complished SOMI god men say they will never vote so long as the Goebel law is on the statutes Now gentlemen you have permitted yourselves to form a bad conclusion there is no neutral ground for you to take it i just the lawles ngaiust tha law abiding people Mr Goebel origi nated the law for his own eclfili pur pose and he has gone to his reward as a result but the law is slill withII arid every man should lend bu ballot to bury this act with its sponsor for all time Vote for Yetkcs and have i counted as cast or know the rcawi why Father When a man takes thing which belong to another what do you call him Billie DilheI would call him a thief or a robber pa- FatherThem you call Mr Beck ham a thief do you Billie Mr Taylor got 193711 votes while Mr Beckhara only got 101331 and now Bcckham is iu Mr Taylors chair if he didnt steal it how did he get it pa and it he did steal i he is a thief Abuse Gentlemenis not Argument The IIcraMitB awunJ editor and it comaliner and defamer picrjmtiny to come from Centertoun act in 1 manner very similar to a whipped pup when they are confrontedeither by facts or argument THE KKITII ucAtf has repeatedly made charges against the Herald and its coiwe and without an ell irt to defend his miser able self and wiCKed course plays tin part of a cowardly envious suspicion demagogue and abuses TIlE RKIUBM CAN for making a hold fight for truth and honesty for denouncing thos men who stole the State offices a thieves anti robbers with no attcmp to defend its course or the course ol its men who have accepted stolen oil ccs The Herald man lt aauaied editor and its Gmtertmv anowjmoin who u in reality the aaumed editor selects typographical errors and comment on them lor argument aginst Tin IU rumiCAX and abuse its editors in tIme most shameful manner It those who abuse us had the principle oi n treacherous Spaniard they would argue thu question indisputc and prove to the pub ic the rectitude ol their c mrse Hut for thesu gentle mitcH there is no redemption They have a cause which no living oman can defend Time etilor nail whtttt mid tubeilitori of the Herald tlioiigli densely ignorant as they are arts just as able to defend Mr Houkham and his associates as any other mem hers of the gang We repeat Nu man can defend thievery for time command says Thou shall not deal and Mr Bcckham hits stolen and in this predicament the Hera4 would defend him Now gentlemen it you wish the public to believe you that your C cmdemuati censure and abuse of THE KKIITIIUCAS is just that you arc in favor of tho nnij rity rule that you arc suppinint a lUau whim you believe to be hummed that your csum is just and righteous take up time accusations against you and argue them like men of intelligence If Mr Becklmm has not stolen his position which wo charge he has prove him clear by now stating to time public time honesty and verity of his title Why He Quits the Camp IICUll IIUIIVK KV AllKIIKt IU HKKI linn J W lliMtun Cliiilriiuin lliKMrullc 1iiiu- mlltii ul Mcl un ILlIItVIlirIll rifilKiitiifr imfoiiiiitltttviiiiui for mmim llruvi 1nHliut nftrr liivhm nrrvn In tliut CM- imiltr fur innrr than twrntv jrwin I H nrt ot the thiitf IIA Chalriitnn nf IV rountyi I iWiu It prop i rtt pdrc NIIIII ivniuii for ivflrfhlnic 14is I hint nut iliiiniM mr ixillrlnil ykwu but mnnhlpr th- oIent of Mr Itt khnm seuury HM n witrnliiir ti- inlltlilHi nut tu trill with tlirrlKliti nf voter In tlw Intiirc lint tu Iw IHIIW MplMt It kliiin- WIIK iimiiliiHtM In H ponvcBtlin Hint wHn llp 110 the iuitt si tfttc rIlui ic Stir nii fmnil mid stter Wlnir iM itMl HI tin iolla frivpi itn oittn toy tutmhi tht ser n UfearMiv tn nnv ifxfntry rlnlwlHtf IlvllliMtlon thiin th iiMintlitir In if tht nifmtr Slut 01k fi Ioy tmrnr- St out mornthrtn liMiirtitiM Iy n iMlfipri fiiii lux wiirhln WHrtHntMl tti mwr lIt N 1I1f ur O i nt nf iirlr None uf the ttilmrn run IN rmvr 11 liv hir lnic ill lh iLilth of WHIInni IiIi- kouctulh w bninihl nlMint liy thimnlviiip toi IPIIMInv the I hc4ilolmli n law nn tbiirll irriiwlHiroHtof It IIPh1 mil Iprkr for llorcrnor is thi limt rinmly W IIII iiiix The above in directly friini the calliI of Uonheliim this gentleman has seer the folly ol following the party am suffering the party lah to drive hm into dishonor Hi has evidently been reading some journal other than the CourierJournal at any rate he seep the infamy of the party now donomi nated Democratic he vents an ex pression of most honest men while there are many who are thoroughly convinced that Goehclism is fraud and robbery yet they cant leave the name Democracy We take Mr Hardin to be an honorable nina from the life which he has lived in the eer vice of his party and at this time to abandon the cause of accepted theft Certainly this man cannot be called a leatherhead for he has been a con sistent member of his party for most a hie time Usually the very best men in the party are chosen for com mitteemen and Mr Hirdiu has heir yeLreInews as a surprise when they shall have consid parImire daily leaving No party has ever become any great factor in govern mental aflairs that set forth as its chief Dt11110craticI afFairs but fate has decreed that it should cease to control and at this it has become enraged Unwilling as it- liS to submit to the will ofa majority has become receiver of stolen goods In its course of desperation it haR- driven from its ranks such men as Buckner Lindsay Carlisle Knott i Brown Ilallem Owens Breckenridge othi Fulton Ioynlz Vomits Woodson Wheeler Hoerlz Caruth and their kind to direct its course Goebel Democrats in Hartford have said thatI the Powers sentence was unjust yet they withhold their duty to their party anti Slate They should he as honest I as Mr Ilardin and abondon the cause of dishonor That fcxtra Session Few times in the history of Kentucky has it been necessary fur an extra session of the Legislature Culling tho Legislature III extra session is unusual It is only done in extraor dinary times for time purpose of dealing with an emergency which may exist The present Legislature has been callel by Mr Heck ha in in extraordinary sesion for tha purpose ot bridging over an emer gency Vo are unable to under stand the emergency What is it Mr Beckham stated it his proclama tion that an emergency hail risen over the Goebel law and it had become necessary lo umcnd or nrjdify it How saIl indeed that such a heritage whici Mr Beckham said at Goebeld tonal would ha preserved if in tile power should now be iu the act of annihilation That law that fair and impartial law that law that made a defeated candidate elected that law was created by an inspired man alas that Goebel law has caused an emergency call of the Legislature The people of Ohio county have uot forgotten mow Mr lIngo stepped upon thr troubled waters on tho 25 h of lust October without cause or pio vocation and declared that rmic ole eiic nm mIiiruut the iiwbet i liv lion IHW U to iHrniv tu tli mmmIt Ktnln kv fIr Hiul honwt rlcrtloni Tlint nci n lnw WIIH hI tin hMiili uf cililu ruiinty know will fnoiiwli Tlurry frniiilU only lbrrr ul mp thief on thifut uf tliiiKi who rnti no lollIilolmnih I tie mnmmut Fellow countrymen you have been thisIwhoIknew it himself for he is too good a lawyer to kuow so little about the possibilities of time act Every hlnI est sensible fairthinking nina know that there was ti great Porsmhuiityof fraud they believed then as they know now that the law was enacted for time purpose of malting Bill Goebel Governor whether time people willed It or not Mr Hiogo to the contrary notwithstanding The acts of Iberia and Caruth iu Louisville on time even jug before the election assertions ot Gochel Vattcrsou and Blackburn prove conclusively that time intention ot the law was to elect under any andall circumstances Democratic otlioia But this pet measure of Mr Goebels has had its death warrant signed in the call tor an extra session Many who have defended it arc now ashamed of it aud manyare openly denounc ing it All concede it to lie the fruit ful source of all our woes I Who do fends this law now IIlelIot even those uncompromising ami unscrup uluu partisans The whole affair is a farce Mr Beckham is a farce himself lIe is attempting to atone for accepting stolen goods by calling an extra cession to amend time law which stole for him time otiice nf nv rnor Non Mr IVckham ymi cannot ntwie f T ymirrriiiie mid hlli- on to the Mnltn gciids Siirriiiip stolen olHcfl to tIme rightful owner Quit time hldIleh ynir hrml of tin infamy which imw civtrs them aini i hen you may ask for mercy and for qivcnca at time hands atsimm niiirasc ainl iuiligimnt people and not t iI then The Powers Trial After six weeks work iu time 1owo 0 trial the jury returned n veidict of guilty anti fixed his punishment at n life sentence in the State piisou The verdict is shocking to every free nnd right thinking citizen Not only 1ms the actions of the jury been declared to be infamous by Republicans antI Brown Democrats but even Goebel supporters say it is unjust There is no doubt of the inuoceuse of time man found guilty nothing was proven on him even by the star witnesses ex cept that he was instrumental in bringing the mountain men to Frank tort to ask redress for their wrongs and this he admitted himself to have lone The evidence against Powers including that of Weaver who stated that he Vas in Frankfort on time Ilay of the assassination and saw a rifle barrel extending from the winduw 01 the Secretary of States office but who was proven to have been in Grayson Springs on that day was not sufficient to have hung the meanest cur that could have been found anywhere yet this evidence was admitted and the commonwealth including Judge Cantrill knew every word to- be false intentionly faUe The jury that passed on this case was composed of eleven Goebel Damn ocrats and one Gotbel Republican to be more specificit was a packed jury it was a jury selected because of the extreme need of a preanaugcd ver dict This jury which will go down in history as time most biased and par tisan body of men ever empowered to administer justice was selected in the same manner as the grand jury that indicted Powers The regular jurors who had been selected for the Scott circuit court were set aside a Goebel sheriff was put iu the field to sum moil a jury from a district known to be uncompromising Goebclcrntic and Judge Cantrill permitted this to be done or was really time sole author and mentor oi this unAmerican pro procedure iu court This jury re mained out of court only a few minu tes perhaps long enough to sign time verdict which hail been agreed upon Le s then one hour was consumed in this work alter six weeks of extraor tolreturnSecretary of Siae and lor having uikwl hiti coiiuiryinMi to commie in a Iody oiil protest n iiin t tho rubbery living perpetrated in till name of tho ommiif w iilth and absolutely noth i ig else Caltih Pnwr mis tried iiidr flip tirms ot law but nut I lie spirit verdict lId agreed jpou and IhoI I 1II1I1r ilm fnriiis if law1 hut unit spirit Tim pcnccutow it Christ carrful tu do the dUIliuUIIler emI AellhHllrrljlallil it with Caleb Poworx The courts acli ins were partisan timid liinsul Twice hid he fume Cil Owens fir tho defense for doing llrit which he al lowed Tom Campbell and his co counsel to do unnoticed This case will bo remembered as time blackest ever recorded in American history It IM little short of inftinotif it is dij graceful to say tho least This line nil been ilme in time minnie of 100000 amid time Democratic party which time got ml people tho lawabiding God fearing clirnlimi people will rebuke at tho polls on time 0thof next Novem berKentucky stands horror stricken to duty before these revolutionary times and well she may Site stands disgraced in the sight of every civilized nation Aud yet the sole cause of mill this trouble is thoU infamous anti internal icchellaw That instrument brought about these revolutionary times it brought about tho death of its author the balot nnd civil liberty Another case has been called and the people yet remain passive time persecutors have full sway as they did in Rome One day an cud will come to all this farce and we trust it may not be far distant WILL DROP BRYAN Senator Stowart of Nevada Says Ho Will Vote for McKinley New York Aug 2a Senator Vil iim I M Stewart of Nevada called at Republican headquarters today and lid he hml decided to vote for Prtsi Istit Mckinley lIe made a statement in part as follows The United States went to war with Spain urged on by the Democra tic party The popularity of the war was such that Mr Bryan joined the army The war was successful P treaty of peace was entered into whereby the United Stutea agreed to pay soverdgntIIhillipiM nichipeligo There wv opposition to the unification of tho trtHty Mr Bryan castle tJ Vishin j ton anti piruirteU his DtKiocMtv IIIWIUI treaty was originally tutified I i then ueciime tIme duty i f tin UMtr Stutw to tuHirtftin IBW ami order an prntect the iiv4 sal priprfly of nl riiHtt t in tIn iMiiU whethr u I tiv or luifiKti horn Thv t iu tatts ut the tuiii d the r tifieatii J the treaty luld uiiiury pwie- sion of Manila amid immneiiitiy alUi uch ratification assumed the sever eignty of the blinds The PC pliO- the United Stntes and particularly I the Ificificccvast became entitel t the vast omuurce of the Incifi Oein in which the Philippines for nlihed the key One Auina1do lied raised a re bullion in Luz In ngninxt Spain belnri the coiiimenceineat ot the Spanixt- j xttr with the United Stntes Tlii- i adventurer had sold out or settled the rebellion with SpMn for 5410000 be tore Dewey set Mil Jar Manila and is a part f the bargain with Spain agreed to leave the islands and uevc- irtturn AID KROM TillS COUNTRY Dewey took the wily agitator bacV to the islands supposing as a mattel of course that Agulnaldo would nat orally he an enemy of Spain and i friend of the United States Ia this Admiral Dewey was mistaken Ajjui naldo as soon ns he landed on his nu tire soil organized a rebellion ngiuns the United States which would hay been of little consequence It he hat not bien able to obtain comfort and id in this country All urganfzmtlon was formed in tin UnnH 3n EM Wealth of hair I- swealth indeed especial ly to a woman Every otherphysical attraction is secondary to it We have a we will gladly send you that tells just how to care for the hair I If your hair is to- oAWfl t h i n or 10 s- Ing Its- luster get HairV1QOF Growth becomes I vigorous and all dan druff is removed- It always restores color to gray or faded hair Retain your I oldbefore100 n bottle All druggliU 0 I urn used hats Vigor now for about 2J jean and I bate satimfactorylurecommended tbli Hair Vigor to Iherf2dVigor I ilull certainly recommend to Just am ai I Aycr11amWn N K lUiiiLTOx Nov 21 mi Korwlcb N Y Vfrlto tho Doctor It you orb n all the tinieSt you iieilre the on ot the Vigor writs the duVII 5OiIIJGHANDE Of the Greatest and Most III ust rious leaJTaa1ce SaleEver known in Hartford or Ohio county tj Adieu to summer This mouth winds ill the season with g p us No stone will he left unturned to make this the ban nor period in point of getting new customers by our low B prices on seasonable goods We will sell p- I HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH t Of HIGHGRADE MERCHANDISE less than the S cost of material Remember prices are easy to quote butgf tiits QUALITY only that tells the tale Its quality backed i by low prices that makes furs the model store f- I A LESSON IN MONEY SAVING olijri fi Sununcr Clothing Straw TInts iEens Lowcut Shoes 3 t Ladies and Misses Sippcrs Organdies Muslins Dimities jjp j Pcrcals Dress Goods of every kind Fans Parasols Shirt Iii Waists in fact everything in Summer Goods in our house gqIb Ve arc determined to carry over no summer goods TIlt fcj 1111C05 you can get these goods at will make this month E one to be hold in grateful remembrance by Ohio county people Dont stay away Yours truly I- QLLISS HI rui aGlw v r y II f I i il T tiIIIIJIIILIIIII IIIIIIIIIiUIiLII I 111111111InIII paacaaVchcp a rJ7 c artStVanaer rp I 2MLBo1 EIOOllEllSillOSS Collhio Southern Normal School VoJL eTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNLIS ONE MANAGEMENT I One Thousand Students Will bo in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year JVfCNnnKDSctlhi leading PaorueAT unttrtmiKr Mate of the e nnr nn 1aAnrATr of tdrnolnilllnilnnii lh fnllowtnKconrw l are taught rrlmnrv Knginh Tmcliin ScnntlrtiM in f miiiun unit li try Vocal Slunlr InttruoirnUI Muile UisTIItulnfM ShortHand TypeWrltlne heiumanehtp Tofrgriiiihy and Civil Snrirr Anjr ituitint HIO rnlrrt the nfUKiM CnLLkUi will hAte mhs rlvllle cit n4rtno the Soethl5Pe OOJlUI IfIIIOL soil lureumnt any literary Manrh or treuched l ught without nitwlisrfm W site two month tuition tree with rrrry ttie month iwhoUnhiti lininl tolhe Doullug ortfn lIuilceM tullrgr 11100Ik II H CIIKRRV Ont tenafwe 11i4eeiy n Ii = = s= United J ttes irtliH time Anli itvper inlist Jut uiiicli Ins lur tlic lust twoyc rsco tpit 1 nth Aniiuii ins rtgsl jilntt v him beadqiiaiteia mit Hongkong to iupply latH ture nnd mittriaU of war for AtuniMo 1resicicnt MiMiiiky hd no u thotly to our out Agninaltl is rb Il inn ntfii fl the C iift 9tatM but was bouiil Ly thf teity which Willi the supreme law iii the lain to maintain law end ni r anti pit uet life sud tcrjuiitdjhundrrri ti miiin nl djlars to put down A uiujJus ubelllon i The Mltnrce and ncotu aenient II a uccivtxl Iroiii time Aitiiinpfmlist- Ir ftgue nl1 the ntmies of the United Slates both at home nail abroad made I his b rluou in irregnar wu btoo- dItI expensive Cotixttss however trade nil necessary appropiintions- provitlin the txtcutivc men and money to maintain the authority in the IliilippinesW- IIATTIIBV CArL IMlRRIAUUM II The fiocfciied itti iniftiiili in de ctred that time policy piirsurd by time Government to put clown the rebel luIterritories were acquired was impr iallsm1 anti that any use ot the nrmy to maintain law and order however necessary was imperialism anti giving aid ond cnmfort to rebels in arms agninrt the Uiitol States was mnlntaiiiinp the principles of the De duration ol luclcpendence I Mr Hrynns unparalleled campaign for the principles of the Chicago plat forum and hU itiMstance upon the adoption 01 that pLitform nt Kansas City induced time people to suppose the cimpaign of icyoo would be con ducted on tho issues of 1896 In this it ciems thty were mistaken I HowsThls ti nflr ino llnnilriNl Hiillnn livwunl riniiiv lU ol liilnrrli Unit iiiiiunt lie uirii hy Iliilrn iiIi 111Iuthelilnllv nltlrt tu iiirrv nut nny oMlKiithniM iiiiiIu Iov tliolrllrm tIT Tuutt IIhIII iuriuiutm rulIII II Vimvii KINXAX A MAHUVWhulmil Hruml l lnlili II IIIIIIIIIIrh Curoln tukin liitoiiinlly iirtlnir dlnitljr iiiun tliiMmnl iiinl miininn urfin s cf IhjIPIII THIIIHIIIIH Mnt fnv Irli j Pnlil In nil liniintlbtii- lliillii Iliiully 1IIU lit tli it- Coal We will t xchinut enlor deivcr from thi D Miller n Ilk for IU yIthiiid JM tlir Dry OiciilH Groceries orI Peed IinL t llarlfoid prices Tele phone 66 Jso A Kn MtLLJitl HRRDINH is well admitted to the cure if fevers ofmill kinds because it thoroughly cleaiisch the rtomach and brvvelM ol nl billfus huniora and ex pr is nil impure secrilionn of the body Puce SD cts 1or sale by J H Will lams t For Salo Five Thoustnd feet of good Poplar Weather boarding Dressed ready CorI nailing on Five Thousand feet good one inch Poplar Price 2000 peri thousand CashIDundee Ky == =r Unt 1J laJ aiib 11 I UCTIICTELCP- flO4CtIaUhrtctt1oa by the Southern Electrical Company Nl1LcTil1o TennAd ti cwiicid iiiiit it iS time feer of Any telephone ON THK MAKKK- TVc make u spocialty of a ONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE IIn Oak Cases Immg Distatico TMiismiltfir bust hard rubber hand pIOIIe With Uttteries C lIIplc for QQS V O U Cars Nashville Write in for prices on all material used in c mnection with tho TKLK PhONE OR ELKCTIHCAL UeSI NESS Wo Are E3oacquartersn WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY fthDa TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky FOR LADIES AND GBNTIABMBN Thorough cuircfs in Literature Linguagoi Music Art and Dusinm Evcdcnt homo inllucnccs Kefiucd and pleasant invironmcntg Eight years of successful work has bon completed Next session opens August 28 1900 W G WELBOllNPros J HAM BARNES Vice Pros n NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor and Manhood Cure Impotoncjr NIglit Cmliiloni Lou ot Mom OTT nu woltm ulceaso DZCOM otfocti and of r Jicro A norvo tonic andblood builder Brings the ptnk cheeks ngoof Clue malln riPILLS 50CTS 8260 with our bankable gaurantoo to cure or refund tho money tend for circular end copy ot our bankable guarantee bond EXTRA STRENOTII ResultsfELLOWPositively guaranteed euro for Lout of Power Undeveloped or PlirnnVcn Organ Pareilt Locomotor Stasis Ncrrout Prostra thelIeultLIquor By matt tn ptatn package 5100 a bozo 6 500 with out bankable gear Intee bond to cure In 00 daya or refund money paid AddrellIUnion Jackson cts CHICAGO ILL Subsmba for i HE REPUBLICS 1 Ileti Rivsr TeliDlion Companft lnorrOIllnto Talk liiinij choipand noocsary yu slnullIl1tro mio homo folks you oan buy your own phonos and Imild your own linos anti 1m in ta1limmg clisliuiro with the wholo county and business pc intH generally Ity only nayin flouigiiIthov will IIn HI time wlmohim exhalumso IltllIJrtCtlrll ft connect with all Independent Companies a p 4- p S e C T V- MV i It 1 r r yd I 1 YT II i TuJTHsOOTALIOuS i l e i f IIH really wjiidcrful Low tic NEWSof our HAKUAINd spreads f throughout the ciutity We arc still gelling selling our entire line J of Sumner Wear at Coat Vo want andmust have ROOM for our i FALL LINE11e quote you tho moat convincing jiriccj umrne= I lO bJ ii rbyi We arc rapidly losing out this line Sill the can you 1411111 goad values f SI 25 to sa 00If Miens Linen Suits tlml sold fo r00 nw fJOO I lIJletia light color Wool Suite lrmor price IS SO now St10t1 I I Moua bettor grade liglitcoltir Siftinor pried 810 OOiiiM g7f 0 PI BOd Suits Knee Pants worth 81 Hit Your choice for 5i cents ti f Never wits there a bettor chatuo fur you lo buynice STYLISH I J CLOTHING SO CI1HAI1- J Sweep Oat J Slipper Salef Much boa heen lI1iIIh1 enr Slipper Sale mid much has been 0 I doce in tliH departm rat in the al few days PRICJ3 aro DOING the WORK I j Our Iriimypr 82 00 Sli Inow S Mtiizts broken but the IIbtyl a are up todnte- f Oir 81 j1jftlld 3150 IrI08111tr Slippers arc now S12r Cheap I 0ntd g eiiMigti hr mivliilv 1V save a good IviaturnmadeSlip f p rill ILloJIIr iY Cirmor puc f 00 our KWIiKlOU r HMCK- f 7i ii+ he tl f Our Mi + = ii Itis SiijipM foal 1111 fur fillr and 81 011I I nW liV rll Hnl i V io Tito or IIackItSrcl sex o sTesli Goods 0Onr atrP that aro intareain P Qrii vn ji y K II rllll II nt JlIilii f rner pries lOcenU ft linir PIIt I 111 IV Lrvnji nv 10 t Wliiii IKirk nid M 1oj tlr skirls ID und 2 coats p rynrd I It 1I1nf h vl + itI 110 HnU IIAlUi11S IYIm Hartford Republican FRIDAY AttlUST 24 Illinois Contral RnllrondTlmo Tnblo X w llwtrnril InLlu MrrI nadaX anon etlk- tH et tmna rlli llnnnil SniHli Itunnil Su Inrde 1N m Su Ill 4 Ir It t- eulgdurwp11 tilollw r I I- IIfa du a II x Su tll dnr Y + p u Irnll rrgtl Nil IW dr TM ani SI t HIIilllI- cur H II HUKTKH the nicett liuits in the city call nt the Sill cr office Mrs It U HerritiR has returned Irom n visit to relatives nl White Run What dainty little cakes you get with cream or sherbet nt the Singer office Miss Mrmie Bccnttt is visiting het sis ter Mrs lid fohoson of McLfnn county Miss Ullie Bell ol Pleasant Ridge is the gutst of Mr nUll Mrs J II Williams Master Frank Gray of Beaver Dam is the guest of J Ney Ironer this week Mrs C K Morrison is nt the bed side of her mother Mrs Melvinn Rey colds Reynold Station who is quite ill Prol C II Kills who has been visiting friend and relatives in Color ado for the past two months is ex petted home to day Mrs Mary 15 Smith Owensboro who has been spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs J F Vickcrs returned house Tuesday Mrs 15 P Harbour nnd daughter Miss Carolyn of Ieitchfield who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J II Williams have Iclt for n visit to Creal Springs 111 At the recent examination hire firsts eight second nnd two third class certificates were issued by the boned There were only fourteen applicants one lor n state certificate nnd thirteen tor county certificates No failures The Louisville Elks will give n second Industrial exposition and car nival beginning September ijth and concluding September 29th This will be worth attending low rates on the railroads will be given anti everyone slould be planning to spend a lew days in the city Last fall the Elks had a grand success and there Isno season why this should not be much better Cults WALSL ALL ELSE tAIL oar Cough tfru tmte Uol Ve- In lima Soil hr drucglIL CON S UM P TION Mr Scott Morrison Owensboro nttcndeJ court Monday I Mr J F Vickers nnd family are visiting in Sacramento j Miss Cliffie Gray Heaver is visl ting Mr and Mrs B D Ringo Visit the Singer Office for ice cream sherbet soda water nnd lemonade Oh what delicious ice cream nod sheibit you get at the Singer Office Mr JJ S Carson attended the Greenville fair Friday and Sataaday Whitlaker Davis and Combs have been allowed ball in the sum of 3000 each Messrs Ion Rogers and Ml L Henvrin spent yesterday in Hodgcn villc Mr Cicero T Sutton Owensboro WAS in attendance at court the first ol weekMiss London ol Henderson vllle was the guest of her Cousin Mrs John B roster last week Those persons indebted to TUB Ru runucAN would do it n favor by call ing and settling their accounts Plerae note the BttTtaga on your paper nnd if your time has expired call and renew your subscription Mrs C C Bennett and daughter Jessie of Mosleyville was the gtiast ol her niece Mrs J B Foster a Sew days last week Mr and Mrs S T Stevens and son Master Shelby attended the funeral of Mrs Sarah Taylor Tuesday at Beaver Dam Mr J M Cascbier tell last Sunday and broke his arm The broken member is doing as well as could be expected since Mr Casebler is advan ced in years Mrs R P Toll and little daughters Bertha nnd Nellie Mrs Amizilla Barnes and little Miss Maud Render Mcllenry are visiting the family ol W II Burton this week Mrs Lige Plnmmer Manila died last Saturday night and was buried Sunday at 4 clock in the Mt Zon cemetery She was taken suddenly and died before the cause was under stood She leaves a husband and n best of friend 6 tce + +cvrw + rrv+ b- spQ9rJls fU nndI blood weak lungs I paleness You have I r hot weather cs well as in cold I v curesIi i i i e aeaeeeere eoe000a + i Mr Thomas chic nod Miss Annie s Focic left yesterday for Louisville I where they were mauled Wedncsdn evening at 8 p in Mr IVirie has been clerking in the K T Collins dry goods tore lor itvcnil months Miss Fogle is n daughter of Mr J 15 Fcgle our esteemed fellow citizen Mr anti Mrs J P McKinney Beaver Dam were shocked last Satnr day when they learned of the horrible fate ol their son Ivan He went in Green river at Rochester bathing alone Saturday afternoon and his absence caused some apprehensions when a search was made his clothing was found on the beach where he went into bath his body was recover ed and buried at Rochester This is a very sad accident for the boy was a very promising young man Mr and Mrs McKinney have the sympathy of their many friends in their misfor tune Mrs Sarah Taylor died at her resi dence one mile West of Beaver Dam lat Monday She was 111 only a short time She took her bed on Friday afternoon feeling exhausted but painless and at 12 oclock that night she became speechless and lingered in this condition until death Paraly sis of the heart was the cause of her death Her remains were Interred in the Beaver Dam cemetery Tuesday at ro a in after funeral services con ducted by Dr J S Coleman Mrs Taylor was the widow of Mr James Taylor who died in 1872 leaving for her to guide and instruct seven chil dren lour boys and three girls which duty she performed nobly She was a hlthul and consistent member of the Baptist church and her children have all followed her excellent exam pie In the death of this good wo titan the family sustains an irrepera ble loss its most faithful and truest friend while the whole community mourns the loss ofone of its oldest and tnoft popular citizens An Electric Railroad Apnjtctieon foot to build an electric railroad tu Heaver Dam thud connecting Hartlord with the outsidi world This move has been originated by thejonng nun of the town Now if lint lord is to hrve a railroad her litzers must subscribe liberally nion those citizens who haveall their fortunes invested in thetown of Hart lord and community the responsibil ity for having or not having the road built tests There is no doubt but that a railroad to Hartford would in crease the value of property 50 per cent and why the business men and property owners ot Hartford have been without n railroad is much ol a question to the outside world This road can be bult and built easily and quickly if our citizens who have the money to invest will do soAre we not right in this that a peo pie deserves no help that help not themselves Our people are able to build and quip a road to Beaver Dam if they will and we trust they will take the advantage of the opportuni uUy and build the road now Think seriously and then sign liberally pA free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of BAL LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP in nil cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty ol breathing Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by J II Will- Iams Good Roads We desire again to call the attention if the farmers to the subject ol good roads In the county ol Davless the roads are worked by tax in Hender son the same system is employed reckinridge the roads have been worked by tax to the satisfaction oi the farmers Many other counties in the State have adopted this system In fact nil the up to date counties are repairing their roads in this man neroAs the roads are now worked the country people bear the whole burden and the citizens of town do the traveling largely To us this appears unjust and it should not be practiced longer Every citizen of every town in the county should be taxed to build and repair the public roads of the county It is but fair and just to them and the farmers There ore not two towns in the county that pay a regular town tax one we have in mind and a good business town too has collected only one town tax in the lost ten years yet these citizens ore fond of traveling good roads It is certainly to the in terest of the county to have good roads nnd when the farmers think of this nrightthey will be of the same opinion This is with the Fiscal court and they should be en couraged to act and act at once Blotcher andexcresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance ot her duties HI5RBINE will aid and assist nature In her work nnd insure a skin clear beautiful entirely free from all imper fections Price 50 cts For sale by J II Williams m Sunday School Programme Programme for the Sunday school meeting to beheld at Slaty Creek church Sunday August 26 at io a m Opening exercisesH B Tay lor Welcome address E C Jack son Object of meeting J Ham Barnes Plans for district work 15 W Patterson Recitations The needs of a teacherU I Paxton Gen I eral discussion Music Why we failed in Sunday school workO V REcilatlon1Noon 2 p m Music Higher nttninmcntf In life Ozna Shullz RcrlUtlnh How to hold interest in classS M Wilson How to hold interest in idioolR C Taylor District or ganization 3 p m Union Sunday school subject Jesus the good shep herd All a re expected to take part Court Notes Win A Cate vs R K Bean Judg ment for defendant Albert Williams c vs Oscar Stev ens Se Continued for defendants W B Chinn vs Taylor Coal Co Continued generally O P Shlllman vs N T Shark Dismissed settled- L M Roach vs J T Moss Tie Co c Judgment tor defendants- J W Merccr vs I C R R Co Judgment lorplaintifl for for 1999 99 Samantha Acton vs Fon Rogers c Verdict for defendent SarAh A Harding vs Elisha Huff ContinuedRowe Continued Felix vs Ed Davidson W Fred Long vs W M Holt Jr c Continued at plaintiffs cost W P Drake vs Rowan Holbrook Now on trial There have been fifteen jury cases tried and several equity cases dispos ed of Taking the work of the court as a whole it has been one of the best terms held here for some time Bost for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowela are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out n grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just io cents to start getting your health back CASCARET3 Candy Calhar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations Marriage Liconso John A Daniels to Miss Maud B Acton Wm C Myers to Miss Vennna J Jamison R A Tanner to Miss Rilda West Walter C Eurp to Miss Anna MAl lenB L Bennett to Miss Etta Robert son Wm R Farmer to Miss bra J Tay lorOscar G Blown to Miss Margaret Campbell A Record In Blood The record of Hoods Sarsnparllla is lltarally written in the blood of mil lions of people to whom it has given good health It is all the time curing diseases of the stomach nerves kid neys and blood and it is doing good every day to thousands who arc tak ing it for poor appetite tired feeling and general debility It is the best medicine money can buy Hoods Pills are nonirritating Price 25 cents Brick for Salo I have just completed a kiln ol to000 Gist class machine made brick and- I alit prepared to fill all orders on short notice Parties needing brick for any purpose will do well to call on or ad dress meat Hartford Ky before pur chasing elsewhere Prices reason able Your patronage is solicited tf E L HERRING Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no hab tatlon in the human body WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE not only destroys every worm but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 22 cts For sale by J H Wil Rams m Appointed Pension Agent Washington Aug 22The Pres Ident has appointed D R Collier Pen slon Agent at Louisville Ky to succeed the Hon Leslie Combs who re signed to become Chairman ot tne State Republican campaign committee All Right Now Overwork and loss of necessary sleep made me very nervous was with the greatest difficulty that I could execute my friend advised me to give Dr Miles Nervine a trial which 1 did and received im mediate benefit In a few I was relieved I recommend it to all musicians who suffer from over worked and disordered nerves Otto H Ghemmtr 2318 State St Milwukee Wit Dr Miles NewineIs sold all druggists on Guarantee first bottle or money back Book on heart and nerves sent free Or Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL A Sharp Criticism nnd Ar ralgnmontof Court Jury and Attorneys cnou ns volt NKW TRIAL At 1120 C deb Powers and his lawyers entered und Mr Kink head mode the formal motion lor a new tiial for his client In suppoitof the motion he tendered a list ot ground HS follows First Because the verdict is against the law SecondThat the verdict is against the evidence agalnslbothFourth Because the court erred in refusing the first eleven of the twelve instructions oflered by the defense Because the court erred in giving in sttuctlons numbered I and 9 Because the court erred in changing ana amending instruction NO7 alter foul of the five arguments ot the defense had been made Because the court admitted incom petent and irrelevant evidence and re lused to admit competent evidence and testimony Because the court overruled the mo Non lor a continuance Because the court refused to recog nize the pardon issued by W S Tay lorBecause the court overruled the mo tion ot thedelense to draw the remain ing names from the jury wheel after the first panel had been exhausted Because the court overruled the de fendants demurred to to indictments against him- Because the court overruled the mo tion for peremptory instructions of ac quittal That he was prevented irom having a fair trial by reason ol the lact that opinIons affidavits TILE IlNAL GROUND Because the court was guilty ol misconduct III passing an opinion upon the evidence theretofore given using the word ooh inferring to the mountain petitioners in the presence uf the jury- Because the court referred in the presence of the jury to a statement nude by witnths John Stamper as u slump speech Because the court during the examination 01 Powers said in the presence of the jury that This witness meaning Lute defendant always pre laced his Motements by some sort ol explanation and I have luled time and time again that it he wants to make an explanation it should come in after he answers his question And finally because during the tes timony ol Wharton Golden the fudge In the presence ol the jury in referring to a newspaper editor mentioned by Golden said I expect if he had horsewhipped the editor it would be what he ought to have had And when the defense excepted to this opinion the court answered You can except all you want The document closed with a state ment signed by counsel that by these actions the substantial rights of the prisoner had been prejudiced and had been deprived of a lair trial Tug AFFIDAVITS FILED Shorn of their legal verbiag the affidavits set lorth the following de clirtlons That T Lucas heard J T Mulber by say he believed they were all gulltyand should be hung from Tay lor down QThat Henry Davisand A R Roland heard J P Crosswaite say All theac cused were guilty and if he had his way he would hang them all That James Chipley John Tiultt James Covington and Joe Bradford beard Harris Musiellman say The last God damn one ol them ought to behungThat D Lenvlle and Grant sayTheyAlso that James Reed Jailer of Scott county heard Munson say they meaning the men in jail herecharged with the murder were all guilty and ought to be punished That Samuel D Lenville und M L Lenville heard George Murphy say They were all guilty and ought to hungThat II W Ellington heard A Wv Craig say They hud the men that killed Goebel and ought to punish them All of these statments were alledg ed to have been made before the yen dutybutant nature Robert Anderson made affidavit that A W Craig while waiting in the jury room alter laving been sums uoned said that ii accepted as a juror he would not be governed by the evl deuce or argument But would frame ills verdict in accordance with the instructions of Judge Cantrill as he Craig believes Cantrill knew more about the case than anybody There was anothe walt after the de Cense tendered its papers as the lawyers lor prosecotion took some time in examining them It was noticed that Ab Craig one of the jurors against whom charges are made went with the representatives of the commonwealth when they retired to consult Old lawyers say a stronger bill ol exceptions was never presented in a Kentucky law court than the one which Franklin and Hendriclcs car Tied with them into their conference CENTRAL GROVE August 26 1900 News is scarce but we will try to tell a few of the happenings in old Central Grove Rev R W Danks filled his regular appointment at the Central Grove Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Loney wife of R N Loney died August the gthof a com placation oi diseases Funeral servic es were conducted by Rev R W Danks after which the remains were laid to rest in the Central Grove cemetery to await the resurection morn She WAS kind and gentle to all and will be greatly missed She leaves a husband and two childred and a host of friends to mourn her death Igle6altareattending Association at Dunmore Ky at this writing Mr Alfred Matthews who has been sick of typhoid fever for quite n improvingMiss end Misses Augusta Benton and Kmma Morton Centertown were the guests IIGood Beginnings Make Good Endings You err makings ccrI tcshrJn tokm you comm ic ij lake Hoods Sarsaparilla for Any trouble of your Mood stomach kidneys or liver Fcrsislenlly taken tits great medicine will Sting you the good end of perfect heallh strength and vigor Ii1 r 19i9f tltrlfllta11Q of Misses Madle und Ada Park last weekMiss Mary Matthews is visiting the family ot Robert Matthews near SmallhouseMiss Robertson and Mr Bennett were quietly married at the Baptist church last Sunday at 1230 Miss Madie Park is visiting friends and relatives in Ceralvo this week Mr Oscar Ashby is on the sick listMr and Mrs E P Bishop of Ren der visited friends and relatives in this community Saturday and Sun dayMrs Lucinda Benton has returned to her home near Rockport after n few weeks visit to friends and rela tives in this community Rev A J Williams is attending the Gasper River Association at Dun snore at this writing Several people of Central Grove ettendrd the Association at Green River Union Sunday Mr E P Brown oi Elmwood at tended church at this place Sunday Rev Sbugart will preach at the Central Grove church the first Sunday in September at 2 p in and Rev Jones of Muhlenburg county will also preach at the same place on the second Sunday night Little Gladdys Loney and Mary Faught who have been quite sick lor- A few daysnrc convalescent Miss Prudle Williams of Wnltons Creek attended church at this place SundayMr E Davidson of Hartford has teemed the fall school with Mr II B Bishop as assistant teacher We predict a successful school Miss Iouanna Ford will teach the full school at Stony Point Best wishes to the RrrunticAN ANGUIS IN Ilmuu COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Supt Fon Rogers and wifn of Hart ford spent Sunday in this and Prcntis neighborhoodMr of Clllton was the guest of Eskar Coleman Sunday Several from this place attended preaching at Slaty Creek Sunday Mr Robert J Barnard of Liberty spent Saturday night at Mr A C StevensMr W Jackson is at home again for a short time Mrs Susie Taylor and Misses Clyde Taylor and Carnelia Barnard spent Sunday at Mrs Lucinda Taylors Masters Lyster and Roy Burden ol Cromwell were the guests of their grandfather Mr Joe Wilson Sunday Lillle Stevens spent Sunday with Misses Annie and Emma Reid There is to be an ice cream supper at our school house next Saturday night the proceeds to be used to start a school and Sunday school library S B F Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to profession method of treatment for Veiicocele and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent oi all cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paralysis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case lIe makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf When we have good blood we are healthy strong vigorous and full of life and energy Hoods Sarsaparilla males goud blood SMALLHOUSE August 1900 Rev G II Law rence and Messrs A W Bennett and AL D Maddox attended the Associa lou at Owensboro as delegates front the Sraollhouse Baptist church They were accompanied by their pastor Rev E D Maddox Dr Pendleton of Hartford was called Tuesday to see Mr Bud Allen who is dangerously sick of a throat trouble Born to the wife of T R Barnard- on the 17th inst a girl and also to the wile oi Orlando Cox on the 1411 nst a girl Mr R P Bennett and family and Mr Lindsey Bennett of Bedi visited ilr Alva Galloway Friday Saturday and Studay Mrs Ford of Redo who has been visiting her son Mr Tour Ford has gone to Centertown where she will spend a few days with friends before I she goes home Mrs Torn Ford who has been ill for some time is no better Mr Henry Withrow has requested that services be held at his house Sunday as he is not able to attend services at the chuck Master Ross Mien little son ot F M Allen is on the sick list Mr Charles Overton is on time sick listMr Lzuus Atherton and family of McLean county visited Mrs Ath ertons parents Mr anti Mrs Louis Geiger Saturday and Sunday Mr David Luck and wife ol Hop kins county were the guests of Mrs Lucks sister Mrs Joe Bullock Sat urday and Sunday Several of our people attended the Association at Green River Union SundayMr and Mrs James Calloway Centertown are visiting relatives here Miss Fannie Davis is visiting her aunt Mrs Curg Roll ofMuhleuburg county Mr Alva Calloway is preparing to build a new residence Mrs Bruminel from Veda has raovd into the house with her ton Lamlo Cox until her house is cow I1m I mGlea iQI 5 Did You Ever Know anyone who smoked the same kind of Five Cent cigar any length of time Five Cent cigar smokers are always dissatisfied s trying somethingnewor something differ ent as there always seems to be some thing wrong about the cigars they have been smoking Ask your dealer for OldVirginia Cheroots They are always goode = r Three hundred million smoked this yeir Price 3 for 5 cents a n f t rw k 09 o Furniture Economy Furniture economy doesnt mean buying cheap Furniture thats only experimenting The right kind of Furniture economy means buying reliable ri makes honest goods from honest makers but buying rnthem at the right prices is where this Furniture store proves the economical store to careful buyers Qual makingfirstthen under what you are often asked to pay for inferior makes Finisht theyIl4 agree us that they are plumpest values full of worth and i offered you at prices thati will make you feel we bought them right Chairs per set of six 250 to S600 Rocking Chairs 75c to 600 each Bed steads S2Oi to 750 Good Oak Suits 1800 A good Safe 250+ Iron Bedsteads 400 to 20 Stock Complete 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 bring your trade our way CARSON CO I g pleted which is being erected on part of the Allen farm Mrs Mildred Calloway ia attending the Institute at Owensboro this week Rev Sister Munns preached the eleven oclock sermon at the Associa tion at Green River Union church Sunday to a large and appreciative audience Success to the RrrunucAN 4FRIENDSHIP CHURCH- As I have not seen any thing from this place lor some time I thought I would write OU a few lines Mrs Viola Wester field who ha been in bad health for some time is much worse Mrs Mnllnda Malone and children spent Saturday at Mr J A Wester fieldsMrs Lucy J Reed is visiting rela tives near Select Assessor G D Royal wife and lit tie son Felix spent Sunday with W W Royal Born to the wife of Asa Crowley on the 20th a io pound boy Elder R J Brandon wenttoOwens FridayA Royals i year old baby died and was hurried the nth Mrs Laura Edwards died the I7h and was hurried the iSth She was a daughter of H V Royal She leaves a husband two little boys aged 4 nnd 2 yeses a father and four brothers BEATRICE Hoods Pills Are prepared from Natures and while gentle are reliable andefficient They RHS theLiver Cure Sick Headache Bil iousness Sour Stomach and Constipation Sold everywhere sac per box 1relaredby CI Hood tCaLovTeUMas3 TAXES 1E1CCCall on me at once and pay your Taxes For 1900 r This call must be regardedas urgent My payment to the Auditor is due and my business must be closed By a prompt payment you ISm th6 Pr ntPn1ty by law for- I delayed paymentI Call on me in the Sheriffs Office or one of my deputies in the field Respy S T STEVENSf S 0 C Slow Are Your Kldocr t Dr HoMV Snarairai iMlioarealtkldoer Ilia rtiplo tree Add HWfUut Rowed CaCblcuo a Iw j 11 h n j v or m1 I 9I1 11It Promotes DigcslionCkcrful nzss tCanIll ns thcr OnmmMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC ic4aoMThs1Nz72JYzrffzIbM 41xtwiJ RAIlIlIIfins trnt Jlfrrmiot joIInI I16W9I iAperfed rorConsli StonuchDiarrhoca Worms ConvulsionsFevcrish i ncssandLosSOFSLEEI i Facsimile Signature of I i NEW VOHKI 1XACT copyor WRAPPCnjJ JfISAVE and T StAr tin tags showing smllll stars printed on under stdo of W tag Horse Shoe J T Good Luck Cross Bow T Drummond Leaf Tin Tags arc of equal value In sccur r like to have and can havo L TAO 1 Mitch Box II Knife one tlxle good itecl sf 3 Ecluon K Incto s4 Clilidi Set Knife Fork and Spoon s5 Salt and rrpper foee ore ten quid tuple plate on white mcul 50 C TrCCCb Uni Wood Ipe 23 T 7 Itaicr bellow round floe Engllin- itcel 50 T It Uuiclier Knife Keen Kutter 8la- blaiia 75- 1JW hcLLE m 1ULtrfa4ueh 7J fti cracker ant I Hcki filTer n rum wini ud let a Jf 20 U farvmcoodittelbtiikbornhtndlciaw II SI cacti KIlat anu Iuk tuck-bcjrnIZtd1CS1311 FREEA RIA ror Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years 1 nndJNatural WTFREEZ 111W f1fspoontelt 22 SIr each Otnntne Rlen Knlrri FIb plated nocxli lodf23 Clock fM r Calend llarometer sro I U Ouu cue Ieithr no letter made lItO fts ICevolver aatoroaUc double action 32 or 111 I Tool ClUberr1ijrTi1 crytiiadaouie ero T2 Ilmlogtoll Rtfeo4I3or32ciltteer J- fi JVatcU Icrlinf ulcer full Jeweled 1000 Suit Cue leather uindioma I TiOooSiI Sl Ucvulvcr ittcbnintJCoil 5ScItbr ejt500rptetl isno- S3 IJnireColfaliiboMicallijer roi II ulUr I e lEUldvuw- U M 37 WOOM f6TCI230asliamniPileii 3000- IQ JIledu Music lioi 134 tacit Win WOO TkL I WE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900 tVllEAIt IV 5IIMI I lint a Jlmin worth of 4STAR PLUG TOBACCOI1Inst longer oud iillord morn lure Ibio a dimes worth ofnny other bra ml- OMT a3L WIIrE TESE TBST1 Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo = n n IWORMS IJ ItInQuuttty DettaQuttty For 20 His Led all IOXoX DY nxx X JAMLIB FJ ALLAflD St Louis SPACE CASTO CASTORIAINt STAR ModllnrrldmeJJJ1f wwwwaWHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Years Warm RemedieiIT JillJRmf t1GrGrJST- SlrCJ1RcdbrJl TIME AND practically annihilatcil tIlts ocean cables ami tclcgrnpli systems now belt the cir cumference ol Old Earth in no many different directions Foreign parts arc no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia nrc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrow if we read TUT CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondent are located h tftry important city in the wrld outsl of the United States Ao other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplement by tlc regular forigu news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking tho nations of wars and rumors of warsof the threatening dl oliiilim of old govern ments and the establishment of iiivof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information i the enterprising uptodatfi American newspaper TIIIJ CHICAGO RECORD 5014ziIn1tiKuninc tstttrr II i ill h inlleillouny uiWres frcoof h uuK IYtIOtelalOrc s TUB CUifAou UUUIID in 1 Ii c I A iOOT TO MANKINDIexrs I ra TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE I d ILElUBE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINICURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE loAILEDITUnES BY MAIL 75 CENTS DOTTLES 50 CtNTSjJAMES f BAlWD SOle Piopetor 310 North MaIn I Hartford Republican KKIDAY AUOU3T 54 BRYAN IN 1896 WAS A FALSE PROPHET If the prophecies anti predictions made by Mr Bryan had proven to be true the gold standard which has been in operation ever since he uttered them would have produced the lollop ing direful results to wit It would hove decreased the pur chasing power if tlc gold dollar Midison Spuue G uden tpctch U would have been as cet tin ti mike pilces fall ati R st soc Is to fall jheu it il thrown into the ttirNev spttrltlit increased the dtb listened tutu abut Co pay speech It woud hove mole times hltdfl md harder Sine fspitch It would have ft irved everybody rxcipt the money changers nnd tin money owntr Nev Haven Conn ptech It would have transferred the brear1 vhich one man earns to another man I Oio had not earned Itllartfori IIptfChI made the rich richei poor poorer Newark O echoI have decreased the numbs who are happy and iocieast d the num I ber who are in distress Same speech I It would have destroyed the hope of the toiliupr masses Minneapolis speechj destroyed the oppor tuuity to Smie spetch I It would have increased the number j of idle menSalue speech It would have dtCrlds1l the volume 11 stmdiirl money Sime speech It would have encouraged time hoard ng IIC money lloruclsville K Y fcchI have mode it more ant mule iculllur the farmer to hve Madisou square Garden speech It would hive irjured the wage earner Same spetch It would have made employment less certain Same speech- It would have discouraged enter fpeechI industry Same speech- It would have lessened the abilitj of savlrg baks to collict their afs ts- ISaUle speech- It would have increased the danger 101 depssitcrs losing thtir deposits in savings banks Same speech- It would have compelled depositors In savings bmnks to withdraw their LYONSt i tTnAD f It II 11i MAnY tt t LAXATIVE I SyFUpr4Aruflt t I 1 U ThJ nu1in T t11N I Is rnaJc frir1 t i Iloc extracts of InliJsaiptiou that aa emir iiudsM for I tl3e curoct Cc isip io Hklnt ness Sick HeiJiclu KJI miness ant tn- t Jispl CoUs ai Tvcs It drives tut 111 Inipurhi a tc tooJ aimd tiihs time fiiniiixi i fVr If you do not Po r KUr Uian any rourIj I So pT botte I- n0naaar 4 MISWe r CA = c- ItA IIKMllOU V CO liiinilci liy- J II T IIiiMS IIiirllinl lr1C U lliXMH tin siirliiiN Hy L A ltllll V 4ft Hlllill Ut WItIO T2DAI a Ii 1llll lil1llTJOHN XIAYIdlt CrillMUrll IC- yLLTNQIUNTflL L L IOFINTEREST T- OStockholders Free TrnnsporUtlon to Attend tho i Annual Mooting at Chicago Tllilnuril f Him HIM nt IIH lItltaa rlilr I lliillriiiliiiiiiitnii nt i niiiiiiT tail July IVI- MIO HlIdII tin iUivnir iitiitinSili nnl riI lullIIHHI ih iiir iniiiii iiilHiiii nf lln lfrilliiil li rdil nollljt1 oIl 2111 inillirli nit li fr trIirl ilIii 1kbtlr ace ti titii 1 1i in rhii i u mil riniru nt lli limn I Ii a iauiI 11111 1I111IkM ia r 111 iI iii iIa II ti aeiii l- llvl 3 lull nn 1I1Ilhr rIr ad tub ri I b Iai I huiI I II 1111 r if cIU c II 1111 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sr tin IliliJt rtltlll llill B a III li Vllil c I III HlllMlU Il IitcI I nil I If IMIIllil li Vliliit ibHiilf f thiio ii i hi pi ni- i liiiili H trli IS I 111 n Fur li rlwtc ci tin IIIHIIK tliiMwk riil T- lloiVn ii II ilciHil fruNi I Pu n I III- mi Kvilviulir II In Iii iiriils ii KjiUinlirr SI CATARrUI Tho Mother of Consumption flovthis Dread DUtais AUy bo Prevented anJ CureJTheOrcutc or rpciallsts Wrltci on the Subject Catarrh lolb8 mollior nt enn umptioo ll7thIaIdnot IUVHII tUnt itfry catarrh dnturm Hint ciitartli trntm ctirckiit and ttio tnno fur rstfn ilaiiacOotbcTIiirLa r and deerfr aII6 Uie lirpathini tract mrarlM end lnC n uaitli lift ttoLunet Ciitarrh nliirro dt lro a linT nnIrIlNo lltof Ue oien s Burfaco it lie Hirer ale I sept It Irflamm and cortut tlninsfItUCltWtiP3fltl7HIbI4F hariret hut whit It reicli the i rttllcuto taint Of ItO luiMlkn liHiiMuNimidlwIelijniieill I Ibo mflimitiin uml ciiicrrtioa ti it nun 0lh8 wnHl air liutt allrwiri the putrldlIrh1 niuit r M ccvTiiIiIlit eau AM ml Ms awar iiHmbritno muUlnir ln bat 00- Ian msuaption nt tbtj Lunira urn TCNDPNCV OP CATARRH no tauKtier of caurrhi 0 len II tiiS cnceottntned- 1Ioett nt4IfluTlltlfl ni tie mucnnolDoulronc which ImMCTorrcatilr ot the UMJ li to comtartlj Mt nd In creel Catarrh In Intnt every lntauee plants with U hat Ir wramonlf knnvrn ia In Ilia Lead ibm cdl b iddcd to by another lxau o of oni CaIro exponure ne wkcnlflu5 if the 175010 iiil radltaftnroll- b Naul catirrh Ia tt0 reutt UrI a condition Unreeled the diwm vtrm rapMij- to tho thrmt M tti bronchial lutcMUultbcntottia lungsNCW UYSOS t Consumption cannot be c rod JTeir luncacannclt- m mad for n man linT moo than new tlnctroran- xrnivwiliiit cOuCh can l cured III all ltticIcept thin and alwaja fatal one A CCRTAIN CURl In aneTrlenco of twenty T0 r nrlne lilrh limo I live mini nf camrif nil form of catarrh J nrrerjft tniffccta radical ant cure method I enplnf honeujlinhwlrnirown and tun remedie iw nm prepare under mr rfonal direction In niy urn laboratories Iraulrw they hare Cnnumpttoim0ten lriltlrnm dlwiw haa riot ii ito UC I am triMtlnff and cnrlne eael of tbw port of decay lnanot InintntfieIlneathpmctren lean make the patient perfectly well and Hroiu aeal- nBcms AT ONcn- Tat ma once more urce all catarrhil ratttnt to tx aiD treatment at once for a month of treatment now 14 better than the three month later on I Flull inato for Stir flint month a fprrlallr low fee for the treatment of catarrh tint Ie othfrdl M e nvikln noflm charge lorallmed Iclnoseli titmay be required J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr llalliunuy A CoSOBCIiurrli Street Naihvllle TenD MKNT10X Till 1AtKK WIIEX WIIIT1NO leposits to pay living enpenscs Same speech- It would have lescened the salaries of those engaged in business occupations and would have lessened this permanency ol such salades Same tptech It would have irjired those who have permanent investments In rail road stocks antl other lilt enterprises Same speech- It would have injured or df trnyrni the manufacturers 01 n rictiitUMl im jileruents wngnns ansI bug lies Spriiip field 0 and Kiut Mich pteche It would have lessened the ability J the masses to buy KOCX thereby Auuld hive lessened the number ol couimerciul traveling men Indian Hpolls speech to traveling men It would have nmde it imp vg hlt lor luiibandi and wives to piy tTth niotl apes on their homes Minneap Hi speech to Udies Ir would have uinde it necessary ti dvocite the rl sing tipof cur public chouls Mor mouth Iii trxtch It would hAve nude it more pro fitxble to loon money or t loud it than to invest it in ertcrprist or property Syracus N Y speech- It would have made dearer money beaper ptopeity harder times more people out of work moro people dsstl ute more people desperate more erime Minneapolis speech to ladies It would have lowered the standard if civilication In this countryMaJi- on Square Garden speech It would have beeu writing the future in blood crushed out by gold Ktie Pa speech All these prophecies imd predictions about the evils that would hefill us it the gold standard weie adopted have utterly failed Mr Bryan said in A speech deliver ed at Lincoln Neb July 7 1910 The fight this year will be to cur out the terlimtnt ol that song we have so often repeated My Country Tis ol Thee II we lose our clul rlren and our cliildn ns children tst- not succeed to the spirit of that song nd celebrations 01 the Fourth of July wl11lH s away lor the spirit ol comm pire will be up in us Puss the oalt i Ua e NIl one knows the unbearable tor nile time peculiar and Agonizing pain Call ed by i irti unless they have muffed from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them I ABLFRS DUCKI5 YR PILE OINT MHNV is on Infnlllble cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts For sale jy J 11 Williams INotlcFor a neat call on Rev P S Majors on Union i I Street and Apple Alley 1JONLY L 1 ONE DOLLAR Less than a cent a day TilE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky The Gnat Newspaper ol the Blue Grass The Host Ably Edited Paper In the South I From Now Till December I Send Ynar Name and j Your Money NOW 1flcmj 1 GREAT BRIDGE OF STEEL Another vast Structuro to Con nect Brooklyn and Now York Brooklyn bridge Xo 2 has now readied such a stage ot its construe tlon ns to mouse the daily interest of all the citizens of Greater New York whose business is transacted on Man hattan Islniul and whose homes ore in the City oJ Churches Its completion is yet tar onof course although ong steps have been taken in that tHree tlon The contractors have refused to commit themselves when nskcd wirer the greet work will he finished Residents ol Brooklyn who make till trip to anti between tint city and New York twice a day by way ul the pros ent nidge and experience the incon veniences which result from the con ottl ted condition ol approaches car ind liotpatlis have been watching the erection ol the two great towers a short listanco north of time bridge with uiort than ordinary interest Tucsetowcrs vhen completed will support the see lid Brooklyn bridge which will be 1 600 feet in length or 4 Vj Itet longer between the towers tlmn the present bridge anti will be the laigest struc ture of its kind in the world In 1895 Ve plans were made nnd in the fall ul 96 the work was begun with tin CIII sons for the New York tower These were built on the Brooklyn sic ill then taken ncioss the river red Hticboted on the foundations filled up with conciete and on top ol this work the granite piers were built which support the tows The work ol build fog these granite supports was n dim cuit one On the Brooklyn side th structure extend iiS feet below tti highs water line and JJ5 feet above thi dame line and rs the great iImsses I- ItJne were unloaded and nnde rend or place in the structure anti a hnnsandiot tons of the same riassivi building material were piled up in thf irent anchorage block which contains ibout 45000 yaids ol masonty iian iliservtrs of the work believed thnt the bridge would be snottier atoll tructure When the piers were finished tho tructural steel mndit its appeiinuico and this his been nstd exclusively It the construction ol the greet towers riiis material will give tile bridge n ighttr and more graceful lllpplAranCII han the present bridge till be larger than bridge No t It many respects The towers will each ontain about 6ooooon p unds metn rci front tlifje monster uri btl JJr cot high the rntilts mpporting thi iriKC will be hung These chle fill Miprwtt only the in alit fprti 131 set fbcvethe water the cppioach 1111 Veftel viaducts extending 01 heNw Yirk side as fu as XotlolJ urctt i iu on the Bookljti side ti Iaentertr street The spans httweeii the nnchoragr M d the main span will be cantilever The structure will he MS let t wide ndwill have lout tracks for elevated rains two driveways two promenades ind two bicjcle piths The towers on the New York side if cfmpl te etci pt for the cap pieces width are not yet in place but tin constant pulsation of the pneumatic riveting machine and the exciting spectacle ol men at work hundreds ol feet above the ground and the great I Tcat sit retaining scaffolding which lia rot been removed constantly nt tract throngs ol sihmt seers Sweet Dells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakeiptaro deicrlptlon Sits thou tand women art cron despondent sIckly aervouss burden to theroulve and their famlllet Their IheyllktheUltra l aremedy They can U- tMcELREES o Wine of Cardui It brings health to the womanly organism and health there means I welt poised nerves calmness strength powerIting and disease havo shattered It Li tho most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealthsau druggistsFor gllIgsymptomspartment Tho Chattanooga Medi Co Chattanooga Tenu IlKV r W SMITH Ciumlcn S O I a7 I My wlfn und Win of Carilul at hoiit I for fulling the woiub aod U eAtliclycurcd i u u Io qIOur ice returned if we fall one tending sketch and dcrll lolI nf Invention tc clvc our opinion free concerningKomtity of same how to OUalu a Jattnt cert request Patents cecured through lit ntvcrHtcil rirKilefltourexiiense IMRlili taken out through It receive special notlff without charge In TUB lATENT RICOBD nit illusimleil circulated journal onmiUcil ly Jfnnufirturrtaand Inventor bcuJ for sample COIi raCE Addict ViCTOVj EVtS A CO aafeiif ttiurtyst Evans nuIUlriT VASHtrtCTOil C C S uhSJihp fhi IIE REPUBLICAN BOilS ICARBUNCLES These ullwelClIne s isitors usually oppear In the prllll or amlumomor wltrn the blOOtl1s lIIkln an extra effort to free itsiii front the many imputitics that have nccumulatid during the whiter mouths Carbuncles which are more painful nnd ili Macrons CollIe mitlbt frequently on the back of the neck eating great holes III the flesh cxhatitt the sttength anti often proc fatal lloils arc regarded b some I at hlesslngs amid they iismtielmtianti ullcolIIllalllingl enelure time pull ant IlIcolIcnlence under tile mistaken idea that their health U being bcnerntcd that their blood U too thick anyway and this is Natures Ion of thinning it The blood is not too rich or too thick hut is diseased of voiotmandu- ttiess relieved the entire jMcm will puffer The boil or carbuncle gives warning of internal troubles whlicll SIC only waiting for n favorable opportutlity to tlenloll Munyan old sore nanllille ulcer Baneful Boils Mr R M restS Cave S C wtltt solelyIttictedciiKKtl liy imruir blood It ii IIIIIHX ible tteatibe ii unrlall i iwttof ttolYulltrolertrldloroltelr all the Fumtcil blnml remedies tint goodDurliig uidiiltolryS8Sandaflerlakini acTerautattlcwasentirelyctlfrt auu hone list no return of thee loa arul- putolll Ii the present time or will he no I for this for free Co Ga is on if in ii as a c IS to in t = n nIt D V B I 1 i III i T J K lt m U rnrv i aitliTi TI lIIa I JHIIT S Vni f rn ml nn II llkn 4orv Punt a r KVMI M iliirki T II J ii U M Tin Iiy c lr t In mi lJsIt this steh ami tMn lui iiT In Mir n1 XlTMHlirr lw fourt 4 I JIIIM 1110 Kall in leek M I ft irt Brut U r11 Cnnrt 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anti keeps in and ease n DangerousCarbuncles 1 I 1IlltterIS sss81111111 advice wanted clmeerfuily given We make cinirge service Send our book on and Skin Diseases Address Tho Specific Atlanta arra thms andh fol THE REST PRESCRIPTION is Orove9s Tasteless Chill TonicThe formula plainly printed every bottlehence you are taking you take Imitators not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine you knew what it contained contains Iron and Quinine put up correct jjsopjrrons ands a Tasteless form The Iron acts tonic while Quinine drives the malaria out of Any reliable druggist viil tell you that Groves the Original and that lotltcr tocalled Tastelesj Chill Tonics arc imitations anayiiof other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior all others every rwpcct You arc not experimenting when you take Grove its superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout malarial sections of the United State S No Cure No POly 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In the splendid ladles lounging I romti with Its loulltc and Inviting arm roomy dressing riiom adjoining You can have meals In this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to eat it and you will only have to pay for what you order TIoCottnnIktitlioillrpctlln loTex a lUtralm run throuch from Cairo nuil MinnOi IlTiJi without change Direct eonnecUoni are made at 111 luiift lulu fur nil tiarta of Texa Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Far West 11110 no5 telin where you sire and when you will leave and we will- IIU yiii v ilyourIlfletwill cost which train to lake to make the lotlmo suit uitiivtlunf nod will scud you an Intcreillnir little booklet tOtIS HIIIH L 7 liCUWc tees 65BTJOUlBI 1 I ii S r F