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ronrtunt Ohio nnd uilJnlnliiR counllwi Notary Inbllr SouthernRailway Through night Unit Routlwrn Htnt- MKKNTOCKVlKNNKSSEK South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAKOLINAGEOH GIA anil MISSISSIPPI 6401 Jlllm Throe Dally Trains llotwwn InuU flllo nnd cxlnittnn Oliwrrnthin Choir Cur Trslnn linre unit nrrlio InuUTlll rrmnK rrnth Rim Union IVut cqnnwtliiK with trains nl the IlllndlH f itrnl Ulllrnnil nod I II A Ht I II II Pur lilnrnml Inn wA Wown ItT A in 4th AVK Icinlnrill- Vu It TIYIOK Aiulnlnnt n A louliVMI J U CULt Trnfile Unnitgvr Wnahlnrlnn s W A TBBK Uu IOM Ag nt J I p MR BRYANS APPEAL TO THE POPULISTS Nothing In tho Prosont SIua tion toJustlfy tho Dissolu tion of an Allianco Formod In 1890 Mr Iliyan replying to nntlfin rion by the Populist Notification Com in It tec 1 I IIIB nrtntnitioii as Pres idential rnrilMatp IIil- Mr Chaiimnnard tot rulers ol the Not lie itIon Committee H sccept IfC tin Prcsldenti 1 i nmination iwhiih yiti tender in bthilfot the Pfpiilthi I nit I desire to give rm jilintic IiigflhIIffl to tin ulucutlnnal work dont by yt tir pally Tie Pop ulift party its an urgim zitiin nnd the Farmers Alliances and the labor orgarzttors1rom which they spiting have dune much to amuse peopc to a study ol tconomic nnd industrial qutMinns Believing as I do that truth grows not In seclusion but in the open fieldRnd that it thrives best in the sunlight ol full and free debate I have cor fidence thRt the dis- ulI lon which sour pnily has crm pelted will aid Iu reAelli1 g that true solution ol pending problems toward which nil honest citizens aim I desire also In expr f s ivy deep upprclntlon ol the litieiility of opinion and devotion to ptinciples which have led the members of your party to enter the ranks ol another yarty In candidaleIthe confi have tx I pressed in me I am not vain enough rnor1dinary who believe in tbe same great fund mental principles are stronger than ties ol atltction stronger even than the ties of blood and co operation between the reform forces is due to the fact that Democrats Populists and Silver Ilepublican take the side ol the people in their contest ngnlnit greed and agree In the application ot Jeffersonian principles to the question Immediately before us rxisTisr 1KosrnRiTV AN ACCIDENT NOT A UFSIGN In 1896 the money question was of paramount importance and the al lies in that campaign united in the immediate demand for the restoration of silver by the independent action ol this country at 16 to i the ratio which had existed since 1834 They were defeated but that didnot end the discussion The Democrats were defeated lu iSjS but that did not put an end to tarltTreform The Republicans were defeated in 1892 but that did not permannently overthrow the pro tective tariff Detent At the polls does not necessarily decide against the problem Experience and experience alone settles questions II an increase in the volnme of currency since 1896 although unprorulred by the Republicans and unexpected has brought Improvement in industrial conditions this improvement instead ol nnswetinp the arguments put fnith in favor ol bimetallism only confirms the contention ot those who Insisted that more money would make bttter times The Republican party however while claiming credit lor the increase in circulation makes no permanent provision for an adequate supply of standard money It denies the ne cessity lor more real money while It permits national banks to expand the volume of patter promise to pay moneyII the Populists felt justified in Its iJ serious I14SVP- or ThIng a woman to come to that J known as change of life It Is always a period suffering and theriOtlI ranecrneiit mind and body is times so great that the family life i terly marred by the unhappy wife and mother At such a time every woman needs ust the that Is by Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription It works with Nature soothes the nerves by nour lilting them and cures delicate organs In brief it wellIwomen sick women Favorite Prescription contains alcohol neither opium nor noIother narcotic M have taken four bottles of Favorite cI for female weakoeu and change of liCe writes Mrs Ule A Bowman New MaUmoras Washington Ca Ohio Dtfore I began taklnz do anything I had such pains in and of ray neck that I l o JiIa tome inymind Iow 1 can work every day aud do not I rec omtueud lavor1le Ircactption to tl women sptiTcrlug In the period of change ot Ilk It Lathe II medicine I have ever found IrreISend at onecent stamps to pay expense palercoversR V Pierce DuffaloN Y opposing trie Republican pity when I I It sought to conceal its gold stand I InII proportion as the Republican party I more openly espouses goldmonome tallism is oiTosnn TO tin KKTIRIIMRNT ol Till ttRIiltNllACKS In 1856 the reform forces charged the Republican party with intending I to rttlre the greenbacks The charge denied at that time has been cons ferted by the financial bill which con verts greenbacks wnen once redeem ed into gold certificates andextends new privileges to banks of issue If a Populist opposed the Republican party when its hostility to green backs was only suspected that op position should be greater now since no ODe can longer doubt the purpose of Ihe Republican party to substitute banknotes for greenbacks It is true that the Populists believe in an irredeemable greenback while the Democrats believe a greenback redeemable in coin but the vital ques Ion at this time so far as paper money is concerned is whether the government or banks shall issue it There will be time enough to discuss the redeemability of tbe greenback when the greenback itself is saved from the annihilation which now threatens It The Republican patty iSnow committed to a currency sys tern which necessitates a perpetual debt while the Populist finds him scum agieement with the Democrats who believe In paying of the national debt as soon as possible OTIIKR lRINCirtFS OP TUB rOPUIISTS ItNDORSRD tax justified DemoIfor aiding the Republican party now when even the exigencies of war have not been sufficient to bring that party to the support ol the Income tax principle Populists believe in arbitration now as much as they did In 1896 and are as much opposed to government by injunction and the blacklist as they were then and upon these subs jects they have as much reason for cooperation with the Democratic party to day as they had our years ago Democrats and Populists alike favor that principle of direct legisla tion II any differences exist as to the extent to which the principle should be applied these difierences can he reconciled by experiment Democrats and Populists agree that Chinese And other Oriental labor should be excluded from the United t States Democrats and Populists desire to so enlarge the scope ol the Interstate commerce act as to enable the com mission to protect both persons and- oplaces from discrimination and thft public at large from excessive railroad rules The Populists approve the de mand set forth In the Democratic platform for a labor burea with a Cabinet officer at its head Such an official would keep the administration In close touch with tke wageearning portion of the population and go far toward securing such relorm as the toilers need TRUSTS TUB OVBRSHADOWINl IssuE In 1896 the Populists united with the Democrats In opposing trusts although the question at that time appeared like a cloud scarcely larger than a mans head To day that cloud well nigh ovcrspreads the industrial sky The farmer does not par ticipate in the profits ol trust but hetsorely feels the burden of them He is indepeudent upon the seasons lor his Income When he plants his crop he kuows not whteher it will betblessed with rain or blighted 8drouthwill blow it down or hall destroy It or insects devour it and the price of his crop is as uncertain as the quant ity II a private monopoly can sus pend production and fix the price oi raw material as well as the price of the finished product the farmer powerless to protect hlmselt wbei he sells Is plundered when he purchases Can any farmer hesitate to throw the Influence ol his ballot upon the side publlicFufllciet proof that they expect protection from it The Republican party cannot be relied upon to extinguish the trusts so long as it draws its campaign contributions horn their overflowing values The prosperity argument which the Republicans bring forward to answer all complaints against the admlnls tratlon will not deceive the farmer lie knows that two factors inter into hllIj for the same lie does not return forII ReII cultural price Since he sells dia surplus in a foreign market he is not a benefIciary ol the tariff and since nutIpredation of the dollar lie knows that the much united prosperity of which he has never hod his share hI- on the wane in spite of the unusual and unnatural stimulation which It has received during the last three years He knows that each montho I 1900 shows a larger number ol fail urea than the corresponding month ot 1895 and that hare is already a marked tendency toward a decrease in the output of the factories He knows also that discoveries of famlns abroad and war on tllee goldI tinents have not been able to raise price ot farm products as rapidly as trusts and combinations have raised the price of the things which the farmer buys TIIK DiaUMON OP ADVANCING PRICES Our opponents have tried to make it appear that we are inconsistent when wedesirea generalise in prices and yet we oppose an arbitrary rise in protected manufactures or trust made goods There is no conflict whatever between these two propos lions If ageneral rise in prices occurs because of a permanent increase in the volume of money all things levelI creases in proportion to the demand for money the price level remains the same and business can be done with fairness to all If however tbe rise is arbitrary and only fleets a part of the products of labor those whose products do not participate In the rise suffer because the purchasing power of their income is decreased If a bad monetary system drags down the price of the farmers product while monopolies raise the price of what he buys he burns the candle at both ends and mnst expect to suffer in comparison with those who belong to the classes more favored by legisla thin It It is sometlmesurged by partisan Populists that four years more of Re publican misrule would so aggregate economic conditions as to make reforms easier No one can afford to aid in making matters worse in the hope of being able to make them better after ward for In so doing he assumes re sponsibilities which he may not be able to remedy No Populists however sanguine believes It possible to elect a Populist President at this time but the Populist party may be able to determine whether a Democrat or a Republican will be elected Mr Chairman the Popoultst conven ion which your committee represents thought it better to share with the Democrats In the honor of secure ing some ot the reforms desired by your party than to bear the odium of remaining neutral in the great crisis r ol jiving open or secret aid to the Repubtan party which opposes all the reforms lor which the Populist contendLEARN TO IABOK AND TO WAIT Those wha labor to improve tbe conditions which surround their tel low Hieu ore apt to becom impatient but they must remember that it takes time to work out great reforms Let us illustrate by calling yonr attention to the slow growth ot public opinion in support to a preposition to which there has been practicaly no opposi ion President Johnson in 1868 recommended a constitutional amendment providing lor the election ol United States Senators by a direct vote ot the people but his recom men dation met with no response twelve yearslaterGen Weaver hen a member of Cougres tried to see cure the passage of a resolution submitting such amendment but his ci- otta were futile In 1892 the resolu lon recommended by President John 30 and urged by Congressman Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Plod out 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sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells mire about It both sent absolutely fresb mall sediment stains frequent desire address br Kithier If6mqof5itoci Co Blnthamton N V When writiiTg men Lion reading this gensau3 offer In this paper r Weaver finally passed the House oI Representatives but has not reached a vote in the Senate and how after eight years more of public discussion the proposition for the fit time re cslved the endorsement of the nation al convention of one of the great parties ilf the fusion forces win a victory this fall we shall see this reform ac complished before the next PreiU dentlal election and with its accom plishment the people will find it easier to secure any remedial legislation which they may desire But how halting has been the progress Holland has said llraren Ia nut trained bj a single lionuil J build the bidder by which we rlw Irum Ihit lonly rth tu ttio Tnnttitl Me Mid wo mount IU summit round by round And to it is with great social and politicalmovements Great problems are solved slowly hut struggling humanity marches on step by step content is it at each nightfall it can pitch its tent on a lit tle bigher ground It Then Mr Bryan turned to the is sue of Imperialism which he discussed in his Indianapolis address and repeated the argument as he then pre sented them In conclusioi he then saidOur I opponents say that the wot Id would laugh at us if we should give I independence to the Filipinos Yes kings would laugh aristicrats would laugh and those who who deny the inalienable rights ofmen and despise the humbler folk who along the cool seacressed vale of life keep the noiseless tenor of their way but let this nation stand erect arid spurning the bribes of wealth and powershow that there Is a reality in tbe principles which we profess let it show that there Is a difference between a republic and an monarchy and the oppressed in every land will see in our flag the hope oi their own deliverance 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his lend They posed as proplu ets in 1896 and they predicted calam ity and disaster it McKinley were elected President on a platform which promised Protection to American in dustries and to all American interest Events have proved them to have been false prophets false to the utter most degree Yet still they prophesy similar things If fakes are to be run In surely these gentlemen should not escape American Economist r A tich lady cured of her deafness and noises In the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drumsfjave 10 000 to his Institute so that deal peo pIe unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them tree Ad dress No 4483 The Nicholson Insti tnte 780 Eighth Avenue New York Here is a puzzle Find in the Kansas City platform a solitary practical proposition for the betterment ol any the conditions which affect Amciican citizens Albany Journal I WEST FOR MKINLEY Ft Kloybolto Finds Much Ro publican Sentiment Be yond Mississippi Mr Rudolph Kleybolte the broker and Captain Edwin Marniet othe Mnrract Coal Company reached home yesterday from a seven weeks trip through the West find Northwest in clndlng the coast voyage to Alaskan points With them were Mrs Mar met Mrs Kleyboltes mother and Miss Susie Kleybolte Mr Kleyboltcwas Third street all day familiarizing himself with the trend of business since his departure and carrying joy to his fellow brokers and bankers by enthusiastic reports of the strength of McKinley and Roose velt throughout the Western country The Kleybolte party went West by the lake route from Cleveland to Du lutb thence by way of St Paul to Yellowstone Park where they spent a fromITacoma They sailed on the Queen on the morning of July 25 and reach ed Tacoma returning on August 4 Speaking of the trip and its political pointers Mr Kleybolte said The West is undoubtedly wild on the Philippine and Chinese questions and it is small wonder The boom this new condition of affairs has given all the Western States is something remarkable Wherever you wish to go it is next to impossible to secure a sleeping car berth or a goodroom in a hotel The trains are all crowds ed the hotels lull and freight troffic immense The farmers are getting good prices for their crops and it is prosperity on every hand PELT TIlE FOUTICAL PULSE I made it a point both going and coming to make inquiries with reference to the political outlook and must say I was agreeably surprisedII By way of preface I want to say I did not go near but one brokers office or bank during my entire travels so that the people I talked to can not be said to have been biased I made it a a special point to talk to car and car riage drivers hotel porters and clerks traveling salesmen and all classes of men one usually meets in traveling not excepting the laborer on the street Nearly every one of them said he had voted for Bryan four years ago but would vote for McKinlev this year When I asked the reoson for their change of heart the almost invariable reply was Times iave been mighty good the last two years and theyre mighty good now I dont want to ee any change and McKinleys good enough for me Thats a fair sample of hundreds of answers received front men I interviewed Up in Washington State I found the Republican State Convention somewhat torn up over difficulty in selecting a canditate for Governor but that has been all fixed up and I was assured that the prospects were very good for the State going strong for McKinley In Oregon the only question is how much larger McKIn leys plurality will be this year than in 1896 At Fargo I ran into tIme Republl can State Convention delegates and they told me there was no question about that State going Republican while In north Dakota even the Demo crats concede that it Is only a question how large a majority the Republicans will pile up In Colorado I visited Glenwood and colorado Springs Manitou and Denver I found a good deal of guessing going on among the people ns to the out come in November Many do not hesitate to ptedict that the State will go for McKln Icy but the more corservative say that while Bryan will probably carry time State his figures of four years ago will be strikingly reduced The recent open letter of the Chair man of the Colorado Republican State League announcing his desertion ot Bryan and his fallacies and his ear nest support of McKinley and pure Republicanism has had a splendid ef feet in the State and will make many votes for the Republican ticket Mr Kleybolte is very enthusiastic 1uver the Alaskan end of his trip Speaking of it he said I1EAUTIES 01 ALASKAN TRIP When people come to know of its beauties it will be one of the most popular trips for the people of the Hast antI Central Wett Prom the very moment vou leave Tacoma until you return the scenery is simply beyond description The ship is never iu the ocean It Is like going up the Hudson River except that the passage is more narrow and the scenery more grand The St Elias range ot mountains is one of the prettiest views Our first stop was at Ft Wrangel which is jut a small village of Indian huts Juneau the next port is an elegant modern city of 9000 inhabitants with wellpaved threeIyears ago J we found a city of 5000 population with handcotne buildings of frame 1 stone antI brick antI all modern con veniences There too is time largest dock in the world two miles long At it everything for Dawson and the i region beyorg is transferred to the j Yukon White Pass Railroad the latest monument to Yankee skill and IngenuityWe fs to ride over Its tWlnt antI onehall miles in the course which it reicbes an elevation of 01 feet Every loot of the way blasted out of solid rock The ride was worth many times the cost The road is now completed 119 miles to White Horse The last spike was driven July 31 The stretch of the road we rode over paid for Itself with the first years earnings paid a good dividend and put away n surplus fund White Pass you will remember was where so many men and horses lost their lives trying to make the over land trip to Dawson before the road was built Evidences of that calami ty still exist there in the form of hun dreds of skeletons of horses which we saw Sitka the old Alaskan capital is the prettiest quaint old town I ever saw It is a good deal on the order of St Augustine Fla except that I think It just a little more oddCin cinnati Commercial Tribune To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and Will fitS CREAM VERMA FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts For sale byJ II Williams Ouasrponiu3LBean the yj 115 tint You Nave Always Bolt 4+LI cUZEIa0There are some people who cannot understand why stocks went down when Bryan was nominated tour years ago and go up now That is easyi There was really some dadger that he might be elected four years ago and there is not a particle of suspicion even that he will do any such thIng now Peoria III Journal II IOOIU A NT1TC1I IN TitlE Haven nine II uglic Toni new inproved tnto pleiifunt tarn In early spring nod Full pre Yenta Cblllii DcnKiie nail Malarial Keren ArtAI on tin liver torn up the system littler than Quinine JanrnQtred try It At UrogglitnWc nndtlOObottU SWOt Mr Bryan says the present cam palgn is a contest between Democra cy on the one hand and Plutocracy on the other This is the talk of a demagogue who is an Anarchist at heart There are as many capitalists in time Democratic party as there are in the Republican and as many Republican workingmen as Democratic Indianapolis Journalty No one knows the unbearable tore ture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by ram unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MEN is an infallible cure Price 50 cts In bottles tubes 75 cts For sale by J II Williams S Considering time fact that Mr Bryan was nominated on a 16 to I platform he is mighty chary In mentioning then fact in his speech of acceptance In no place does he explicitly say a word about the sliver ratio And this af ter bulldozing a convention into line on that one point Verily the minds the Drynnlte candidate for the Presidency is a strange and peculiar onePhlladelphia Inquirern NLCCrSNWOIlTII KNOWING iuceeenln theouth prove Tonic n great remedy for hUla find nil Malaria I ctsq a Must Be DOIIconey Maryland is a e especially significant therefore that Its gold Democrats and Independents BeforeTttatratnt NO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA S IIBOTHE WOMEN ALL SAY 4 aar4I Y r I 7 Mini HDiatrWymar- Mlw rIBtuan Wyraar teacher In Richmond Miool Chicago Ill writea tho following letter to Dr Hartman re Onlythoauiknow what a blessing it U to be able to find relief In loruna This hu been my experience A friend in need la a friend indeed and every bottle of Peru nn I ever bought proved a good friend WymarMr 1214 North Superior St Itaclno City WIs writes 0 andltappynowlist everything to me I have taken several bottles of IVruna for tema I ant in tliochangoof lifoandVdoome good Peruna has no equal In all of the irregularities and emergencies peculiar to women caused by polrlo catarrh S 0forare swinging oncemore into line forIPresident McKinley as they did in I 1896 Mr Charles J Bonaparte of Baltimore one of their leaders de clares that he will vote for McKinley and Roosevelt because Bryans can didacyjs a menace to American Institutions and American credit Of the Democratic party he says It must be thrashed into decency and common sense ifit Is to be once more- a party worthy of power and the more thorough an unmistakable the thrashing the better lor it and the better for the country Such talk as this from one ofthe Maryland Independents forecasts another victory like that which broke Boss Gormans grip four years ago Boston Journal BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT gives Instant relief in cases of Bleed ing Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by JH Williams YOUNG MEN VANTEDWith lair education and good character to 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ent pledged with his party to the overthrow of the Protective and finan ial systems upon which this edifice of prosperity restsSan Francisco Chronicle n tfv NeivousWeak MenThoUS3I1 of and mtddlotld mon are arniualtv wept to a premature gsav tliroucrb IJAULY INDIrtCMITION IXCIt ND BLOOD a UIHUAHIS KjunbaTaanyof tbe folloldll ymplom coninlt ut bcforalthi too late Are jonnirTont and weak despondent and gloomy ipecki before the eyes with under them weak back klJdojt Irritable palpitation of tbe heart baihfitl dreamt and loeiesaedinieat In urine on uuke eyes hollotr cheeks careworn expression memory lifeless dlstrustfnl tacit cnercy and strength tired momliics mtlca nlffUta cuititrcable moods weak man hood stunted organ premature decay boue loins hair bore iota throat etc Our new Mitbo Treatment ssUt cure you MENS LIFE BLOODNothlnll can be more to nrnnd middlearea men than emissions atnightormecretdralnttmroggh the untie unfit a man for business mar ned lifeor social Imapplucs No matter whether caued ty CTLI habits Iii youth- natural Wc3knes or ezceass our New Met lint treatmenttlTCly euro yon GURUS QUARANTIIUD NO CURB HO PAY 2sNo Names Used Without Written Consent I it VT A Mnlr of LImits 0 sayeIwai one ol time counties vIctIm ol early olt 1 years of are The drains on my system were weakening my brain as my sexual and uerrons sys tern raceyears I tried score ol doctors electric belt und patent ntrdlcluts Some helped me nooe cured lwapIligmipln dlrfactcoitemphatlirsulclda when a friend at me n a last resort to lilY the New Method Treatment of Irs K K Hair trial Without confidence I contented aud In three months I was n cured mnn I was cured happiheartily I fellow omen After Treatment W We treat and cure Varlcocele Emissions Jferrons Debility Seminal Weakness meet Stricture Syphilis Unnatural Discharges Self Abuse Kidney and Bladder Diseases and all of Men and Women JKTNO NAMES USED WITUOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE No medlclno sent C O n No name on boxes or envelopes EverythIng confidential Question list and cost of treatment FREE Ors 523 WALF1UT 8TREETKennedy Kergan CINCINNATI OHIO f1f1 i p Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 31 u ION and LON ROGERS Editors lpho11no = o t == OnIliutd Fridays bit tht Hartor J Pub Colncorpon tta ntered at Hartford postolfici iIJ secondclass nail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET you riirsiniTWtn C1n UIOlllo roll VICE IHESIIIFXT- Slioodcro noccoTrolt Ol w York Ion UOYKIIMHI- Colh33 WOl llojlrj lonelIloa ONfi LiENS n oll IlrtfkrnrnRC County i Election November 7 1890 W S Trylor 03714 Wim Goebel 191331 Taylors majority hJ2383W Where 18 Goebels IF Mr Beckbam would atone fjr bu lint let bim give up tbe stolen poiwla God eaid Thou shall not etealacId the little Hoy Blue has solen and therefore stands in dangerof the judgment Give up Mr Becklmm or al low your soul to go down into an awlul hell Ii bstrange that so much money is expeyped in the way of foreign mis eiona when there is so much ignorance and superstition in Kentucky Firt before going abroad the minis tern should civilize tbe leaders nl the Demrcrntic partynow in charge and teach thim to observe all things and esjucially the will of the muj irity oi Ifthe great common people I MANY good honest men vc tell lor Goebel wi bmt knowing any thing oi him or bis tactic just tollowing in the waklit ibeir father thinking that their party could not nod would not noniiuate any body but a gentle man In this they have erred and many of them realize it too ior their party nominated a man and they voted for him that absolutely and arbitrarily refused to abide by IItbe will of the great common people This mans name was William Goebel lie got killed while arsinating civil liberty in Kentucky TIIK Kentucky election of 1899 is the greatest marvel of the age Gen Taylor received 113714 Senator GLebe 191331 Taylors majority 2383 and yet Goebel contested this vote after holding the election himself and awarding the certificate of election to Taylor The contest board refused to hear evidence from Kenton county and refused to consider any evidence from the Slnteat large hut by the power and strength of Goebel ism declared tbeir master elected in lieu of the fact that the people denied him tIlls nflice and yet on his death bed this saintly Goebel is credited with this injunction to his friends Be true to the great common peo Pie Mn TAYLOR was quietly attending to his duties as Governor when be was assaulted by William Goebel and his office demanded of InmMr Taylor said to Mr GoebelIItbe great common people have elected me and Mr Bryan has said that the will of the people is the law of the moth therefore Mr Goebel 1 will not stir render to you what the people gave ann until 1 have consulted them II Never mind the people said Mr Goebel Illjust apply to my own quarters the Legislaturewhere the returns will not be in doubt Mr lnateillinfellow cilizen Is not Mr Goebel and his satellites and shelters re sponsible for the tragedy which fol lowed the contes- tGentlemen You Misrepresent the Case lYr time tint time since our advent into the journalistic field our esteemed contemporary Ac Harlfonl H raM on last Wednesday had the moral cour age and maiiho d to argue a point in dispute with us without the injection of invective and opprobrium and fur this courtesy wo beg to acknowledge I our tbaukj It was this question of ours which brought forth a mild reo joinder from the HcralJ If Beck ham did not steal tIme office of Cover nor how did he come in pisaeesion of it when the vote stood Taylor 193 714 Bickham 191331 After re viewing tbe contest board and all the c itirU through which the contested pass tIme Herald concludes thusJ TUtfu five trlliiiiiiilt of nlito IIIPII nml jtnlif linn nil ilwhlwl tlmllinv lkrklminii title to LU onicnUilmr ThpvI1I imriiM tlmt hun lltfklium U fully rntltliHl In tlw otllm whltli hu iioiiulilii iiuil bo limn with anj vnitftlur the IHW tit lli DiiirU ftlll UlMrnlll their judKiuvut- Th tnf lire nl ulllillllt Iverjrliodjr win uIIIIrtIIIINow IMIVH ullujf flume I nlflioiitnbarifi word In It How rto 5011 like It In rcppuiiFO to time interrogation we will kindly advise thai there is a great deal mute ninsc in this manner of re Htraldi sB to statement that all the courts have de cided that Mr Beokhams title to the office of Governor is clear wo take issue Our contemporary has allowed his passion to out do him We deny that any court referred to erer de cued that Gov Beckhams title to his office is clear but that eachand every one of these courts ruled that they had no right and were therefore powerless to review the acts of the Legislature Judge Field said it mattered not how open and flagrant the wrongs of the Legislature were how much the records had been doc orIThe Court of Appeals saul the same thing Judge Taft said he bad no jurisdiction but thought probably the Supreme Court would take the mat ter up but that tribunal held that the Legislature was the constitutional body to try such a contest qnd refused therefore to review the acts of this Legislature These courts have allsaid the power was in the hands ot peopleThe that Taylor was elected by the popular vote is conceded by our contemporary and tbe only ques tion on which we are at variance is that ho is in tavor of declaring a man Governor by a partisan contest board and ratifying this declaration by a biased and partisan Legislature regardless of the popular vote while we are in favor of electing our Governors by the popular vote of the people We infer from the argu meat of our contemporary that he in in favor of the theft practiced by the contest board the Legislature and that three headed concern willIcontest and the Legislature never throw out a eiugle vote although they charged military intimidation anti thin ballots but in that high handed manner characteristic of Guebclism they ju1 simply dccarcd Goebel Govirnor Mow LCiitlunicn we CUll fee uotlmi in this but fraud theft and revolt lion Do you see anything else D you indorse the contest p Bryan and the Extra Session Mr Bryan the great agitator dis organizer calamity producer and souphouse contractor is before people again with a new issue TimeIhas proven his theories and of 96 to be false and fabulous now he is before the public not the advocate of free silver nor free trade but imperialism and tbe trusts Strange to say yet true Mr Bryan never mentioned free silver in his speech of acceptance at Indianapolis hut tbe gist of lila entire speech was that great bugaboo imperialism Now on this question he comes be fore the people What is imperialism We havent the slightest idea Cholly Wheeler said he couldni brgin to define itand we would cer have some he in Plausilhiestanding army of 500000 men but is not certain about it Mr Bryan ventures not to dedefine it at all foi tins be deserves credit If Mr Bryan were to be elected which vill never occur for he is not made of the material suitable to the American republic no reasonable man now living can fortcll the result In his speech of acceptance at Indianapolis he declared that If elected 1 shall convene Congress in extraordinary session as soon as inaugurated and recommend an immediate declar ation of the Philippine Islands just as we are now establishing a stable form of government in Cuba second to give independence to the Filipinos just as we have promised to give in dependence to Cuba third to pro tect the Filipinos from outside inter ference while they work out their destiny just as we have protected the republics of Central and South Amen ca and are by the Monroe doctrine pledged to protect Cuba I What dots this mean In part it extraordinar1session a question ofexj perimeut It would cause business stagnation and universal strikes until they located themselves somewhere either in America or elsewhere It couIenepines free give them a stable govern ment see that 110 other nation molests them Mr Bryans love fur the in nepcndence of the Philippines is in tense even more than that fur his Kentucky neighbors To stand byj this declaration he would have to build a navy that would compare in sze and armament to that of England Frauce Germany Ilusiia Italy and Japan Without a nay of this mag i uitude ho could not the plo1tectStates at our very threshold The Philippines are across the seas while I Cuba and South America are right = = sat our doors We can attend to our I homo allairs with a vciy somalI navy whenIbusiness we are then looking for trouble and would have to prepare to meet it- Our Populist friends will remember that they supported Bryan because of his views on the silver question Nothing but free silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 could enter the campaign of 9Gjfour years later silver falls through and imperialism is the issue haul the flag down come home close up the doors and live the life of hermits This is Bryans doctrine this year and on this question many good Populists difler The better element of the Populist party favors expansion pro progress and prosperity and will not accept this scheme of the agitator and calamity breeder Mr Bryan sTrimbleism Vs the People Mr South Trimble that notorious election manipulator and bravo has the audacity to allow himself inter viewed by a newspaper reporter anti be made this statement for the intel ligent citizenb of Kentucky to consider I aiualtl Sir Trlmblt fir nnvthlnir that will lw eatitaitorv to the III iiml lirlns nliimt Imrniimjr I mil not mnlttrn with thy lIorM bill on iMvount of rntlmrnt though I think It ii ifooilenonuli law If rowrly ntlnilnln titil No Iii not think that n inurn of the m imiTHt will In held wrly In thu mmlou bat I nin III favor nt one Kv ry Mlow wilt I1UIV hnv hU iiirfiture and n roimiilttw liouttl I appointed to roanMer tbe e lillU niitl report to H II rnaruii In my Juclxmrnt of iiiari we rmit Jnnip right In nnd boil n cancan at iiniHit ItI am not smitten with the Goebel law on the account of sentiment says Trimble What caused tbe sen liment Mr Trimble Sow if the Goebel law was good enough when properly administered why dill you seek to take advantage ot that law and akmIr Thompson t resign sn you could have Judge Pryor to ap point unscrupulous Bail Marshal 11I you regard this law as fair and yourself believe in being true to tIme irreat common people why dill you jate that inenmpelen itiiriltabe 21 publican jwlget will hnve tot lit appoint fill Xmv Mr Trimble if you allany part nf u gentleman buldin if public trust explain what you meant when you said Itthribh iii- the Republicans to indicate who shall tepreseut them as judges etc will have to be ignored Will you be kind enough to the public to ex plain the whole of the following let terKiiAMCKonT Kv An 1 ItMr W K Tbiiiiipiun Frankfort Ky My iNiirMr Thump nin I will prefui tbe contemn of till letter ljr MivliiK that you havent a liettir frieiul In prunlt tin ruiMily titan I urn and It N my friendship for you that I write tbU letter You were ladUtited tiy tlw County Committee is one of tbe 1rtlou Iniuititnii for thin county Nnlietter man could have IHII HIM Intnl tint It In an unenviable poi ltlun and one you bond not accept Our country 1lIn right Htifely IHinocratlc hut city election cannot lie won with a fair count and you know that an well IK I ito luioiiipetent unreliable Itppnbllnin udffe will have to lio appointed The right of tilt Utpnlilltani to hllciite who dmll represent them aj JndireH etc wilt have to lie lirnoreil and the election comniUiloncrii will hare to dtt thlp or rnrlve tin III will of the city Democrat I would not On It fur I could nut con lentloii ly do en and know that you would nut therefore my ndvln I to refu e to att I hud a tilt with Inrtm Iryornii lhe IItJI iind beMildlfyou would ri 111111 he would appoint fitlY une that we mltibt Indicate which would tie lien Manhull You Know that lien I HO partliun that be think that iinvtbliiK I rIght that helM the Democrat Think thl matter over and um yur bt Juiliremeut and If you conclude not to accept write me linmedlnti ly and I wilt have the chanm made I will nln we that your lnterttt rnIrIIII the up pulntment of iillkftn on your lite of the river let meheurfromyonnt otiti Slnivrely your friend IlIeTli multi 111 The same kind of men the same spirit and the same purposes were in control in every county in the State on the 7th day of November This same spirit and greed permeated the being ofnine tenths of the county boards in the State Sume counties had lair elections for more reasons than one We bad a fair election in Ohio county but in Hopkins Jeffer son Fayctte Campbell Kenton and in many other counties in tbe State a fair election was not held It has been the contention of the Republic ans and Brown Democrats all the while that the Goebel law was con ceived in sin and brought forth in iniquity yet good men have contended tjiat it was all right We do not ask these gentlemen to take our argu ment or the argument of any other Republican or Brown Democrat but we submit to them the letter ot Mr Trimble which has beeu published all over the State aud ask them as honest men to consider time substance therein contained impartially aa rationalas sane men should anti then ask yourselves if this indeed be a fair law It has been our contention all along the lino that it wu susceptible to Irtud of the most senouiclmracter and in time above letter we find that it was not the intention of Mr Goehel and his satellites that a free ballot and a fair count should bd had Incom petent unreliable judges should be appointed by the Democrats for the Republicans and this was done in 87 precincts in the city of Louisville the night before the election over the bit ter protest of Judge Burr Democratic friend cant you see the frauds perpetrated under the Goehel act cant you see the wrong suggested in Trimbles letter If you cant God pity you and yours By such revolutionary methods as sug gested by Mr Trimble the election was held and the verdct of the peo ple returned duly signed The sime acts with Mr Trimble as Speaker of the House characterized the contest and iu most of this outrage amrnr suit and highhanded work of time fiends and buccaneers When the whole state bad hen driven to the brink of revolution which Watterson saul would follow the workings of the Goebel law Mr Goebel was assas sin8tedIIudnow such damnable anti accursed things as the IIfTierJOUnlal- ami Times are condemning the whole Republican party and charge it with this responsibility Tho only wonder is that a revolution did not breakout antI Frankfort wiped from the lace of the earth which would doubtless have been a blessin- gWatterson on Goebslsm The very last man on earth whose voice should be beard in this political contest certainly Henry Watterson The contest iu Kentucky is a peculiar one It has grown out of circum stances such as never confronted an American commonwealth before It arose from a prostrate and revolution ary party that its needs might be ad ministered in the manner so well known to every enlightened Kentuck ian The issues in Kentucky have grown out of the acts of the Legisla ture of 1898 when the courts through out time entire Slate hilt been pre pared fur just what has happened when the Goebel law hail the breath ot evil blown into it anti it became a living monstrosity to meet the needs of a gang oi desperate politicians Tbe Goebel law was pasted by the General Assembly of Kentucky which Watterson declared was corn posedof deformed and degenerated Americans This IIItof legalized mnnsttrp HP WaUerson would dennmiiiHte them give lliH pcple an enirely now cIte lion law The like ot which war never d earned or by the radicts in the dajs ot rrc nstruc ion Tfiii law was ili cribcil by Wtlttriou In ihi manner AuDredlr lllMMI Ititlf If 1m HiUill 1rll1 ii an tot tn ileprlve the CiiiHiimnwaltb nf ttihlkiH form of itovern nient for uliri wo t I iree bill ttt pin rv ii thtiiitwiird form of lleimdlcinili thl Mlltlefliiiiily civile H threelimn I i er under II olHttiiin rule n iHlliH tn liliercy a the INlvr tory la rrnme under Ibirra or tb ri ulate lifter NllpoteoH llHd captured the Kevolmlill H Mr Iiietiel MecaiM to have captured the IMno mlltlVDbltrvIndeed of tbe present lieiHocrallc lend III Kentucky mlaht one without exawrntlon or bathii exclaim n InilKinent thorn art tied tobmtl li tiitiAnd men iwo iit their renon Senator lloeM I mi wore than the rt 11t1 ex cept In Itt ntruclou measure IC1UIHII him IIthlnlC hnttnr Hut libIiuir thut Wi ambition he want tote ituvernor of KentHcky and lw nns or he think he nee II ready i harlot til lienr him thither In the Electoral Dili that bear hi name Wocfnl thouub lint Irretrievable mlitnke fur ffruntlnic that with the mnchlnery of tbu bill In hl hand hi nmbltlon may lie probably will lie tratlneil what hould It pruttt htm If he train the rulerihlpYif the unlvere and loe hi own mini and aloittf with It III rii lull ni lbpIpr ot civil Illierty Political partle In a repabtle cannnt exUt liy theennlnvemellt of tin leople 1111 they 11 tIt It they will lu wept from the earth a tin der before n conflagration o iarty that r- nrpier diall le wHitb n feather In the wale with the right ot the jwopte to iit their vote nnd have them counte We tiP woefully mln taken In the 1111U Kentuiky If tiny jiurly cm live that Identllle Itxlf with loebellm Tin l irilature tbit ha Jtit dinl In liinomlny ha done all It could to end the IlemiMTiitlc pnrtv lo tan nmedUhonorcd irrave It tbe Demo ratli imrtyor the Itcpnbllcan patty or the Iiipitis- tpttS nr any other hilly ball make Itt lloebel comtplracy It own It brlnif upon lteltlt own ileMrmtlon or the people of Kentucky ale no longer Incof the right of inlfKOVeniiuenl which they will have itnrrcodcred And that they have Hunk to xiich depth of degradation the ieople of Kentucky olin the ieoph of any other Commonwealth In itt union have vet Riven any Inn After this monstrous law has been in operation two years its author slain and with him civil liberty the now revoliitinnaiy Governor this is a proper term for we have a revolu tionary government not civil who was then speaker of these deformed and degenerate Americans and help led apply the party lash to pass this law hits actually called a body of men together far lower in human de pravity more lost to honor and jus tice than that which enacted the law to amend or modify this gubernatorial chariot The present Legislature met last January and Mr Goehel filet a suit of contest before it It calledwit nesses from every section of the State before it but refused to bear what they said for that was not their mis tion They refused also to bear argu ment from either counsel but with a unanimity nf purpose they declared Goebel invention without throwing out a single vote when the people lithe great common people said in thundering tones that Goebel should not be Governor and now these same men deformed and degenerate as they are have been called in extraor dinary stsiuu to iniid i fy this saintly Goehel law Alter mill hiulillgsl the employment of lingsgate in d KiihiiK the Goebelizid Legislature Mr lIuer1 son now nmirrs ie people lit J en1 tucky that be knows that there is a Gnd in lauren that fron tlis session of higliwaymenho lo ks for only good The ollowini is an excerpt from his men nl meandering Yol do we look only for iiiod rviilt WH hiivii m iilihlliix tutu In Hod Holmhow we fiel thiit nil wilt IK well Ii cannot tw po lhte under lod that the union of rtiltlanb ni and plrirUcetim 1l Ii vrlmr IIIIIIC III n frco bind ttih imonr It may llonrlidi fur n while It may fincy It haul ofitThen may Indeed bo more In the taunt which follower ot llcllal would put upon our 110 hull iiii on account of hi youth than upon tin unrfiict nf their Jibe fur huh It not tern written of the Uird IK If It conveyed a n I rac Me dirt to uioutof the month of but and ucklhiKii ht thon onlnlneit ulrenelh that Iboii mlKhtcM cliii Ihu riiemy and the avciiKit j Wattersini lion iiiiainly had nrw inspiration or Is just getting over a big drunk we cant tell which Why he would insult the name of God in such manner ho aone can tell With his lecture on Money and Morals in one end of his saddle bags and a quart heIanIa the people of Kentucky are sorely IIY of this Wattcrsoniaii hilarity should be the very last voice hearth in Kentucky on Goebelism In Memory Dedicated to the bereaved parents by R T Weddinj On the 7th day of August 1900 Jackson the infant spn of Mr and Mrs D F Gibbs of Rockport Ky passed away alter a week ot suffering and pain He was taken III with flux and in spite ol all that medical skill and loving hands could do he rapidly sank and in the night his sufKrings ended and he passed into the last dreamless sleep All through his ill nss lit bore his suiT rings with the most uncomplaining patience lie WAS n child ot extriotdinaty neutal power Njt only to his doting 1 trents but also to every one with whom he came In contact did he give the impression of being unnsuly gifted His quickness and Initialitive was ample assurance that he would become a leader among men Jut the inscrutable wisdom ol God has taken him away U is sad to see the lovely flowers of mortality doomed to die even alter they have bloomed and are fading awiy but sadder still to sec them gathered in in the budding frobness of childhood uhose bitght Keiuty is but a presige I a goIUn future yet to cmie Vet it is a consu Uli m tu know that Chii t has taken them t 1 hiui ell f T 00 such it tIme tirgdom ul lcaren and thuu h jour loved onp ii gone you know that bis baby soul is HiUning to tin ttnuterable mu ii rf tlerirty The i where neither uln nur srrtv ca trtcjlir is lIar ltllIl t le tH H d iriui tfltions uf nu tt tuy A 4tm tuf rind parents chtig n tl iad b ft with heads iwvrd do vu hI sort iwing 4ilef but letncmbir that God gives each his task anti he Who In life rattle firm doth standstill bear bupe tender blossoms into the select land Hows This wi iNr OIH lltiiiilril I i ilUri liwiiril fur ini ia of fulHrrh that runniit 1rHivl lr 11- 11trrh fno f fllllXKY A ro rt fl- Woo IH uii l rliroil tae kntiwn I J tn iMr ltIIIIturahlool1lnllv nit to 1nirv out nnv olillKHtluim mul iv their S- rtv0r A TIIrx Vhilmal UruaiUlii TuitiWALIHMI Kisvo A MllivivU honlIIIITolxlo II tlngtrtIvlbmv tiMil IWtllllolilnlH iMit frvt Iriiv V r ltttimiI lir nil liriiiKlnti- HiillV rHHillr Illln ntv the limt tilotcber and excrifences which so ifien annoy people are simply efforts ofnature to throw oQ Impediments to dutiesIm r a ImperfectionsH Willlpns m H CENTERTOWN KY Many c1 our citizens arc on the sick listMrs Harve 11111 and daughter lIes are slowly Improving Isle Little Miss Irene Davis who hat 1IWhy let all your neighbors friends think you must be I ftwentyIiq older than you are T Yet its Impossible to I look young with the color of 70 years in the hair Its sad to I see young persons look prematurely old In this way Sad be cause its all unncccs M I sary for hair PJ may alwaysbe re stored r to its wrznat uralcolor 0- visor by us S For over half a cen tury this has been theS standard hair prepara i elegantdressing ing of the hair makesp the hair grow and- S scalpfrom 1100 a bottle All drunl t I JllirIJlOrheartily recommeo It to the public I M ue t hair tonlo In ezUtecce ALDEIIoyCl Tel C If you do rot obtain nil tht txncflti I writlbDL J O AVER I Lowtll Ilui Ir fIt I J t I t I It t I 11Ct t I I I tt I I I f I I In rttfflttJtfJd ttnttfJ1JlYt tJ l tJ tt ofUl tl9t La PIFI1 TAL MONTHfi1TllAND STAND FINISH I Of the Greatest and Most Illustrious If ClearaJI1ce 5i1aleEver known in Hartford or Ohio county t Adieu to summer This Inoiltil winds up the seasoll with us No stone will be left unturned to make this the ban E g ncr period in point of getting new customers by our low p prices on seasonable goods We will sell I HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH I l0f HIGHGRADE MERCHANDISE at less than the cost of material Remember prices are easy to quote but s I S its QUALITY only that tells the tale Its quality backed p f pIS That will echo for years to come Our entire stock ofm jZ1 Summer Clothing Straw Tints Mens Lowcut i Ladies and Misses Sippers Organdies Muslins Dimities g- J Percals Dress Goods of every kind Fans Parasols Shirt i Vaists in fact everything in Summer Goods in our house g t you can get AT MANUFACTURERS gj Ve are determined to carry over no COSTIj prices you can get these goods at 1 one to be held In grateful people Dont stay away Yours truly I 1 R T rnmoorrow t 4 4 54 tITIiIUIIIIIIIII 1lla laII It1 I I I HII I 11 ICOvz r Tf n eo 1Bowlin GrOOD Bnsinoss Collo n Southern Normal School oJL cQkcJ TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UUDEX ONE JIAKAOEJCENT One Thousand Students Will be in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year II- CXDRKn nt the IrAdlncTiornKiiiXAL ant HrnxiM Mix nf the rnnntrr arx flu inrATM nf thwe Intltnt l ni Tbr following onnrwt I J are taught Irlmarr Knell h Triwhir Prrpatstry IVirntinr l ia u Kl cull in anti irttiry Vueal Mmlr InttrumrnUI MnileJI Law Duitne ShortHand TnWrlMnit rrnmftnhmpTmeFrphyand Civil rwrrlcc Any dudint whn entail the KfiiniM COLUIIIlwill have lb prIvilege or entering the purtulnx anir UWrarr tirtnrh or branihea uorht VuIitgTbfVliaiiirtaadcKnIloacourscwanttJAhtayouwrUe Caulugue trrr AJJroi H II CHKIIIIY O nral Manage Bowl 1X0 liisijY i t em sck lor several data la able to be cut again Mr 1rank Rowe lual sawyer for ntroud II flint was broupht home this week very sick with liilious IoverI Mr Willis Roe e v ho has bten sick tot ijtiite n while is Me to leave his rorra unce more Mrs IrarV May is txptced home this wick Irom An ritendtd visit to ier parent near Pleasant Ridte Miss Jsie Iatumnl West Iiint I viiliif Irlriili nnd relatives here Mis Wntrrn Ticbenir ol Ioittt Pleasant vifiud tht f milies of 0IV owe Ii 111 It n vis List week Mrs A Lee Dnl tt and daughter iriie ul Miiii oiivile are visiting th family nl I R Gnodtll this wetk Miss IloM Green who has been ntlghIolhollol pected to enroll In school soon Work on the Chapman brick yard Is moving on nicely have one lot ready for the kiln Iijlclieatt KKter are building nn addition to the residence of Mr Ves flames Ticbenor farms have contracted to build a large stock barn for Frank Allen near South Carrollton Many of our people were in attend ance at the association last week at Union church Our Sunday school Is moving on very nicely and Its the wish of some that we have a Sunday school union hue soon we can have one and one ot the best Sunday schools in the county if we only try Lets move out sod do btttcr or quit right and keep quite TKAVKUUt I HERDINH is welt adapted to the cure of fevers pf nil kinds because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowtls ol all bilious humors and ex pelts all impure secretions of the body nice So cts For sale by J II Will inns For Salo Vice Thousand feet of Rood Poplar Weather hoarding Dressed ready for nailing on Five Thousand feet good one Inch Poplar Price 2000 per thousand Cash IRFNFnOW sIDelays Aro ro A small pimple on ycur lace may seem of little consequence but it hows your blood is impure and im pure blood Is II hat causes most of the I lisenses from which people su letter herd the warning given by theI simple and piully your l lf od at once hy taking Howls Sarenparilla This I medicine cures nil tlNtntes due to bad Mood Icuding scrotum smut salt h heulUIHi ods Pills Brick For Salo j I have jist completed kiln nl ISO J 000 fiibt class machine made brick and I lam prepared Infill nil orders on bolt notice Putties reeding buck for any ptn pose will do well to call on or ltd dress meat Hertford Ky before pur chasing elsewhere Piices reason able Your patronage is wllcltrlItf It L HRRniSG p t 1 1 I tl Cllflds- it 55 jj u c TIIC TElC PHoNE 1V1an ulactured by tlae Southern Electrical Company NasbV111o TennAwl he Cdiivincul that it it tbeIPeer of Any ON TuB MAUKK- TWe I make u specialty of a LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE III Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter bent hard rubber hand Telephones With Kitterie complete for J Q25 F 0 U Car Nashville Write us for prices on all material used in inueclioii with the TELE PHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS Wo Are IeLdcjLlnrtex WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY lAND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOLIBeaver Dam FOR LADIES AND GELNTLiELMELN Thorough cources in Literature Language Music Art nntl Uuainesa Excelont homo influences Refined and pleasant invininraeiits Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opens August 28 1900 I W G WELnORN Pros J HAM BARNES Vice Pros f NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor and Manhood cure Impotency Emliilont Lou of Morn oil at1aslln dluaioi r eUecU of uTfabuta or 60om icicosi and indlicntlon I It PILLSlood oeoklIll of moll CTSBOO box 0 ooze for 260 with our bankable ffaurontoo to cure or rotund the money bend for circular nd copy of our bankable guarantee bond EXTRA STRENGTh NervitaTablets Immediate ResultsTXtLOW LIBEL guaranteed care for tOM of Power arlcocofo Undovelopcd or Bhrnnlccn Organ arosli Loeomntor Ataxla Nerrotu Prottra Ion Hriterla Flu Insanity and the ttiulU of KicotilfO Vie of tobacco Im or Liquor Dy mail In plaIn package1OO a Line 0 500 wIth our bsksb1e guar mtoe bond to cure In 00 dIyI or rotund noney paid Addre- nNERVITA MEDICAL CO I Clinton A Jackson Ots CHICAGO ILL Subsoribs furl THE I punTJTOA NI Rough Rim TelEPhone Coirpany- IIMimiOIUTKll 5 I 1 Tnlk being cheap mind necessary you tliould immttrttmiizo folks whorl you nn buy your own plioiiBs iind build your own hues nnd bu in tnlkin r dislnnco with situ wliolo cnunty antI liuuincss I I I flouigtmI oxpJiusoifHiirifonl Ky for porticulnra- fta connect wilh all Inileoeridenl Companies I TRUTH IS P i CONTAGIOUS i Its really wonderful how tho NEdYSof our BARGAINS I1 throughout the county Wo nro still selling selling our entire linoI I of Summer Wenr nt Cost Wo want ami muni have ROOM for our 1 FALL LIKE We iiimln you the most ronvilirim g prices i SL nmer C1oixgMyf We arc rapidly dosing out this line Still wo can furnish you 1yousawn Rood values Meua Luntro Coats 85 cants to SUi Pointer price 125 to 300- f Hens Linen Suits that sold for r8 00 now SJ 00 t Men light color Wool Suits fnrmer price S 50 now 80 00 J Meno hotter grade lightcolor Sri s furmer price 81000inw 8750 Boys Suite Knee Pants worth 8100 Your choice for 50 cents f Never was Ihero a hotter chance fur you tu buynicu 8TYLHII- f CLOTHING SO CI1KAI Sweep 01 tir Slipper SaleI Much has been sai1ablIt our Slipper Sale and much has been I ilouo in thin department In tlio lt4 lew days PIUUKSaro DOING the WOUK I lOur Iricinipyrr 8L 00 SIiIIr now 8150 kfzti Iirukrn but the I I styles are up tosluic t- Our 81 75 and 8150 IViMiinjar Blippcw are now 8125 f and gxxl oiough fur anylHHly Wo have n good KaiternmadoCheali I per in UtekIIr Tan firinir 8100 our SNVKKIOUP I 75 cn1III Our IiA tout hiMrMis Slippsn tlmt sold fur f Di5 ire nod 8110t- llnvJ IItoiiinl 7ic in Tun nr lilack IIJ T77sl2L yl1Our e atntprices that are iniorrfting 2 ctii per jar1 fir I tat ui Lawns former pries 3J cute tJ 5 rcit per urid 1ir use It III DimitiM firmer price 8t cent t to Ui centsIt lfniir liii + II1tIIc LnxvM IIIW IOa White Duck mil tlarelll a err KkirtH 10 11111121 cents pr yard 111nt jjunclf by Vieliuy tm mm VT MVUO AIS ISINKIW I l RepublicanIFRIDAY AUGUST 31 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo NrntIIrI Inklnir rffwl Smnl JuwSUIi- H +lU Ht IMMB Mirth+ mood Sail ISi llonml- Vi IMInr Nil lit JlhIMa SII I SS Nu11lu l1li1 OIl I N IKIiirSJ im SIII dolallp w- Iiiriil 1irlKlil I Sul1ldwr tIIR In N leedu tMpiii- N II r UKrU seat Julin A Rtnfrov Dundee is IMrssick orJor tic blast hulls in the city call t at the Singer office weekrin Owensboro Mrs John G Ktown is visiting relatives in Fordsvlllc Jesse and Mary Smith sic Owensboro this week iLMisses Siiigtr Offict fur ice cream sofa water and lemonade A Bennett of Beda Is her daughter Mis John B Poster Sherl iT Stevens went to Frankfort yesterday Ho will return to mor I tawWhat dainty little cakes you get with cream or shetbtt ot the Singer office Mr John Megan Dundee Is very sick old not expected to live but n short time Mr J M Sulsur Cromwell Is as slating In building the livery stable ol Mr J B Dodsons Mr C M Barnett who has been visiting here lor several days has re turned to Louisville Mr Calvin Turner and wife of r near Rochester are visiting Mr and Mrs W B Render Mr J B Foster who has been home for several weeks on a visit to hIs family Ins returned to Louisville Mrs Magdalene Rogers has return ed from a two weeks visit to her son Mr J L Rogers Greenville Wed r nesday j Mr A W Davidson Beaver Dam r is visiting his son Mr JI Davidson Mr Davidson has Just recovered Irom I a severe illness Mr C E Smith will leave Monday- to begIn his school at Waltons creek where he will be engaged for the en suing five months PISOS OU RE FOR M s WdE AL fallg- S i i nee tuur4 tlrrup sates OO- Ula Oea time 8014 br drnnliti GONSUMPTIONT Mr Herman Render Centertown call to see us yesterday IOh what delicious Ice Cream and you get at the Singer Office Mr Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam called to tee us yesterday Mr D L D Sandcrfur Beaver Dam called to to see us yesterday Mr A C Taylor was In Owensbo ro and Central City Sunday and Mon Ida Mrs T M Taylor is visiting her sister Mrs Dugin of Olaton this i week Mr J Allen Anderson has sold his Interest in the livery stable to dipt J G Keown who will operate and control the business in the future Mr Anderson is at present employed InI the Ierillell1ffict List of letters remaining uncalled for In the Ilattlord poetoffice A M Johnson Hiram Griffin H D Story J P Strous lion Louis Spemp MissI Ida Sears Miss Willie Lumham Miss Mollie Stovall Miss Mary limes WoonilURY TlNSLJtY P M Mrs Sanford Brown of near Rock port died last Wednesday alter quite a protracted illness MrsDrown wis the wife of Mr S R Brown of Rockport a very prominent and pros perous farmer He is known through the county and his friends will learn of his sad bereavement with regret Congressman Dave Smith from La Rue county will speak here Mon day Republicans and Independents should come out to hear this man who when he wrote the plotfotm of his convention endorsed the Goebel law and the next week in his own city of Hodgensvllle spoke In favor of amending the law Mr Smith is an Ideal G obelized sattelite We would like for every body to hear his side Hartford College opened Monday with very favorable prospects lor a prosperous terra work The teachers hate been out during the summer and have entered the schoolroom In better condition every way than heretofore Quite a number of boarding students have matriculated and the wok has opened We shall expect goood re suits front this years w- orkBabyThinIs Ithis summer Then add a little- I SCOTTS EMULSION to dayIthe will Improve If he nurses let the mother take the Emulsionsacan4iootalldrurtht Mr James Buchanan was killed near the tunnel at Rockport last Sun horriblyIt Ills read shoulders and built arms were ground Into fragments only vet y small pieces of bone could be found It is believed that he was Jtuuk and in this condition went staggering about time railroad when a through freight overtook and hurled him into eternity Tbe engineer Is reported to have said that he saw his white shirt alter the train load stiuck him Thi Is only our information Roslno Visited by Flro Last Thursday night Rosine was visited by an incendiary and the en tire business part of town wis destroyed by fire This is twice in tit history of the town that it has been razed to the ground by fire The loss in the first fire was about 50000 while the loss of the recent fire wa only about 5000 The fire started in a dwelling which had been occupied by Mr Marion Likens but no one had been in the house since Tuesday before it burned the next ThursJay night and it is but fair to conclude that it was set on fire Some parties were arrested but noI clue as yet has been found which would lead to their crimination The blunt of the loss was on MrM S Ragland and sons whose loss was about 2000 rIMarrlagos Wm M Phelps to Miss Cordell- Lacefeld George R Dodson to Miss Elizabeth Medlln 0 VC Wilson to Miss Maude M MaddoxM Westmoreland to Miss Mary 15 TallyITho Tigers and tho Ladlosd Some time ago the ladles of Beaver Dam met to consult among them selves and discuss plans by which t icy could rid their town of the Tiber and after due consideration they concluded to go Ins body and ask those engaged in the illicit sale of liquor to quit the business in the town ol Beaver Dam lint before go ing it was thought best to send a mnfeenger to notify Messrs Taylor and Tatum of their coning Sj a very prominent lady voluuteered and offered her service When she re turned she informed the ladies that she had been assured that they would 1thatSo they went on their mission and prayed these men to stop the sale of whisky to their husbands sons and neigebors sons bringing some accu sations against them which seemed to provoke them to wrath from the evidence in court and they cursed and abused the ladles who were among the best citizens ol Beaver Dam The following day a writ was issued and the accused were placed under arrest and alterwards gave bond The trial was set for last Tuesday Both sides appeared in court promptly and tbe trial was opened at once The Commonwealth was represented by M LHeavrin andthe defense by Messrs Neal Barnes and Porter Taylois case was called first which continued through the most of two days about twenty witnesses were examined The ladles first testified each coroborating the other conduct ing tbemrelves in a manner that was highly creditable and the defenses also coroborated each other in what they could remember but their story was different to that ofthe ladies When all the evidence had been given In the attorneys for the defense opened the argument part of which was abusive In a degree which was unnecessary and uncalled for County Attorney Heavrin spoke In behalf of the ladies for the Commonwealth In a very able and forcible manner The case was then given to the jury and after being absent 20 minutes they or Vblswhich was Sso and costslA new jury was immediately summoned and the trial of Mr Tatum was entered into the ladles gave in evidence that could not be contradict ed each in turn relating the same story while the witnesses for the de fence told a dlflerennt in sub CItanceccptlng when their memories failed them After the argument by the attorneys the case was submitted to the jury and after being out a few minutes they returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his fine at Sso and costla Farm for Salo Li Five miles below Hartford tf mileal Sduth ol forks Centertown and Ceralvo roads contains 100 acres plenty ot fencing timber good fresh water and r valuable mineral spring good dwel ling house and out buildings young orchard apples peaches plumbs and grapes will still In two lotya Apply to G R CARSON Centertown KyI WilsonMaddoxI Prof O V Wilson of Cromwell and Miss Maude M Maddox of near McHeniy were married at the resl dence of the brides latherMrEugene Maddox last Wednsday evening Mr Wilson s n very promising selNmade young man He is one of Ohio coun tys best and most popular teachers lie was engaged in the Seminary at m Beaver Dam duting the spring months of last year but is now engageda t Williams Mines for theensuinj year The bride is a very popular jounn lady highly cultured and refined mint comes from one of the list famlllts in the county Pot this estimable yotrn couple Tun RKPtmLiCAN entertains the kindest and best wishes and trusts that their future may be as happy and congenial as tbelr court ship has been Will Voto For and IIYorkes Mr Willirni A Thompson of the firm of W A Thompson Co grain dealers Third and Main Streets was asked by a representative of this paper why he will vote for Yefkes fore GovernorThere are so many reasons why I shall vote for Mr Yerkes said Mr Thompson that I hardly knows What to say to you In the first place the disgraceful events of the last few months has set Kentucky back dozens of years and we need an administration which will command the respect of the country Young Mr Beckham is no doubt a perfect gentleman jut we want a business administration by a man of wide experience Every body knows that I have been a rampant Democrat but now IIsee but one thing to do and thats to vote for McKinley and Yerkes The to Democratic party Is too slow It has made no progress in 40 years There are a great many people opposed to willachange their minds the more they look into the matterThursdays Commercial Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no hab itatlon In the human body WHITHS ORIJAM VI5RMIFUGR not only estroys every worm but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 22 cts For sale by J H Wil diems m Public Speaking Hon John W Yerkes Republican candidate for Govcr of nor of Kentucky will speak at Central City it next Wednesday in to the interest of civil frlibertyfair count and a loyal submission upon the part of the defeated candidate The speak by ing will begin atv 1 pIn All railroads at will give reduced rates and the people in on the L C railroad fuf will be able to go and we return the same day Everyone regardless of his political prefer sneer should hear Mr Yerkesthat they ramaywith the young re cipient of stolen or goodsnlOur Greatest Spoclallst For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he Is acknowledged ton profusionmethod ol treatment for Verlcocele and Stricture without the old of knife cautery cures in 90 per cent of all In the treatment oi Forces Nervous DIsorders Kidfn and Urinary Complaints Paraly Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to woert J l t 1 thlIatbawRYsdouble that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other of physicians readily yield to his treatw ment Write him to day fully about and your case He nukes no charge for- onsultation or advice either at his of ee or by math Address I Newton PINashviller iA rumor is current in that the Japanese defeated the Boxerste Chinese troops at Teh Chou to st Thursday killing fifteen hundred Chinamen including Prince Tuan The Chinese Minister in London says Hung Chang is still at Shaghal Chinese statesman is said to have the Empress lor the appoint to Is 0salltking was desecrated by the ChineseI The Imperial family is reported to the have reached a place ot safety A the Shanghai dispatch says a plot has so tllwholefo ObiTells the story When your head 11patedjustbuy hi Hoods PillsS p11isVon9 yourheadache nlfN rY HONCHASDENBVIS OUT FOR HKIHLEY A LifeLong Democrat Pours aTorront of Sarcasm and BryansChicago Aug z7The lIon Charles Denby of Indiana a lifelong Democrat former United States Min inter to China and member of thr first commission to the Philippines has written a letter urging time re dec tion of President McKinley It is entitled Bryans Attitude Toward tin Philippines and is made public bj the Republican National Committee The letter is in part as follows In his speech of April j 7 190 In the Senate Mr Hoar said that hi could not forget that Mr Bryangun less he is much misrepresented used all his power and influence with those of his frIends who are ready tc listen to his counsels to secure the ratification oi the treaty meaning the Paris treaty There were seventeen Democrats who voted lor the ratification A twothirds majority was necessary The treaty was ratified by vote Mr Bryan has squarely assumed the re sponsibillty of the ratification We had taken Manila on August 1898 In December 1898 Spain had made n treaty ceding the island us We had occupied them until Febuatys 1899 On that day Aguin aldomade war onus Our soldiers had to fight for their lives The treaty was ratified on Febuary 7 1899 BRYANS LL Tlsu AGITATION He knew that war had begun He might readily have forseen what complications might possibly occui out ol the existing conditions Titer wartime time to have talked about the consent of the governed and not now when every speech he maker adds names to the roll at our flood and one hundred to the Pilipim died Mr Bryan having the undoubted power to prevent the ratification oi the treaty actually by his own con fession advised its ratification Neither in law nor In morals can ht permitted now to secure political from denouncing a course conduct which he himself advised Mr Bryan gives as his reason laI advising ratification that he I safer to trust the Americans to glVtI independence to the Philippines than trust the accomplishment of that purpose to diplomacy with an un iendly nation This puts Mr Bryan In the attlItude of desiring independence Philippines very ardently Why should be become so suddenly Imbued withantagonism to the Democratic piiciples of expansion as exemplified all Democratic statesmen from Jefferson to Voorhees If we could stoat the annexation ot Hawaii why balkI the acquisition of the Philippines Mr Bryans own explanation is as follows I believe that we are nowe a better position to wage a success contest against imperialism than would have been had the treatIbeen rejected TUTTING UP A STRAWlANfHere then we have the real rea for this strange parody of Jekyll and Hyde lie wanted to create the bogy oi imperialism in order that he might fight and overcome the mon ster If Mr Bryan had opposed the- tification of the treaty the Filipinos have gone their way either into the arms of Spain or of Germany into discordant warring and petty States At all events we would have done with them This would have suited at all because Mr Bryan wanted to wage a successful contest against imperialism And so imperialism was born and its actual father was William J Bryan lIe Is endeavoring to destroy his owntchild Let It be remembered that extraordinary dread of Imperialistic rule comoe from a gentleman who has accepted the nomination of the Populists or Peoples party The Populist platform demands that the country should own and the railroads In the interest ofs people Is not that imperialism Mr Denby then reviews the work tile first Philippine Commission was appointed lu January 1899 continuesJAnother commission was sent to establish a civil government for the It Is now at Manila and government has been framed and will be in operation the first of Sep 1900 Is it not fair and right ask that it be tested in practice bedfore it is condemned It believed by the insurgents that Bryans election will insure their In dependence and they are eucouraged hotel out The success of the Dem tle patty means success for them the Tagalos quit fighting and take oath of allegiance on the moment paramount issue is dead andI is the Democracy In this contest Democrats stake their all on the contlnuence of fighting It strikes one as odd that a great party should its hopes of success on the killing wounding ol our troops Will not a flume ol patriotism tine up over land which will testily that at all we will stand by the flag that come what may we will not turn our backs on the Philippines a disgraced and dishonored Nation What we may do with the Philippines ultimately is not the question ow The Democratic platform fav an immediate declaration of the Womans Work is Never Done The constant rare causes sleeplessness loss ef AppelUt titrcim rtrcousncss And thai fired feeling But 4 wonderful change comes when Hoods Sarsaparilla is Ukcn It gives pure ride blood good appetite steady nerves tTltda rzhi Nations purpose to give the Filipino first a stable form of government second independence and third pro tectlon from outside interference such as has been given lor nearly a centuij to the republics of South and Central AmericaIn list of duties to be done first comes a stable form of government We are trying to give them that now II we retain them the third clause protection will necessarily follow Why If we do not retain them we should burden ourselves with protect lug them is not clearly perceptible This modern doctrine seems to be that we may not take any foreign territory for our own but that whenever a re public Is born we must stand as itf protector Why should we become the Don Quixote of the world Let us at least be honest and when we say that the Philippines shall be inde pendeut let us say FO meaning what the word implies Let us have no en tangling alliances nor stand sponsor for people who are aliens and whose abiding place is remote from our con tinent TUB REAL QUESTION Disguise it as you may the real question before the people is whether the armies of the United States should be withdrawn at oncenow and forever and the islands turned over to the ragalos Mr Bryan wouM as Com umandeJIn chief have the power to recall the aunies and if he did he would lose time honors of a terrible revolution We should not grant the Philip pines immediate independence because a e have assured by the treaty obllga dons to the world which we must comply with We have also assumed obligations to the friendly Filipinos tad we should not abandon them to a ieudful fate We have promised these people a stable government and we Might to give it to them We have property interests in the islands which should be protected It Is desirable lor us to have a foothold in the East so as to luster and increase our commerce We believe that association with us will elevate the Filipino and improve his condition- I am not defending the Republican party in this article but I am defend ing William McKinley He has been subject to more abuse than any Ptesi dent ever was and he has deserved It as little as any one ever did In the most difficult period of our history he proved himself equal to all the demands upon him He has acted with an eye single to the good of the country The war with Spain was not the Presidents seeking but he- met the issue with exalted courage n diplomacy he displayed qualities- of the highest order and in military affairs he was remarkably successful He eminently deserves reelection CHARLES Dnnnv s A free mid easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of nAT LARDS HOREHOUND SVRUPln all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by J II Will- Iams HORTON Aug 2sMr Lige Hoover is quite sick with typhoid lever Mr Herbert Patton is slowly recov ring from an attack of typhoid Mr W R Lee who has typhoid ever is reported to be worse Mrs Margaret Thomas is suffering from a severe attack of malaria Mr Sterling Leach who has been quite sick at his fathers residence is much better Mr Pearl Twcddell of Hartford Saturday Sunday and Monday his cousin Mr Jim Tweddell of this place Miss Nettie Goode who has been visiting relatives in this neighbor returned to her home in OwensI Tuesday Miss Blanche Tweddell is visiting her brother Mr Jlnt Tweddell this weekA very successfully conducted affair was a candy breaking at Mr Jame Willis Tuesday evening as the can was all broken Mrs Lon Black is visiting friends and relatives in Beaver Dam and Hartford this week A literary and debating society was organized at the Ricketts schoolhouse last Friday night An Interes Ing programme was made out and the people are respectfully invited to out and have their ears tickled as the most famous of our local orators willorate at every meeting RKGINA w Stow Are Your Kidneys r- nrrlobbeSpara usPillcureallkidneyiiisuo pie tree Add btetUDU Itemed CoCDIcaso or K When you say your blood is impure and appetite poor you are admitting your need of Hoods Snsaparilla Be gin taking it at onc- eBockhams Mossago Frankfort Ky Aug 28Acting Governor Becklmms message to the General Assembly was sent to that c == OmeMost knows = somethingabout I OldVirginia Cheroots r as 300000000 of them are being 5 smoked this year Askanybody about H them if you have never smoked them 2 yourself They have made their own reputation and their own place in the cigar trade wholly on their = merits Three good smokes for five J cents and no waste IA rThree hundred million Old Virgiaia Cheroots smoked this r year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5Ira r U I I IS4 I body this afternoon and is as follows Gentlemen of tbe Senate and House of Representatives You have been assembled her in extraordinary session for the single purpose of amending the election laws of the State and I shall undertake to state briefly the reasons why I believe the occasion to be extraordinary and why I have called you in session here nt this time Sec tion 80 of the Constitution ol Ken tucky reads as follows He may on extraordinary occas ions convene the General Assembly at the seat of government or at a dUo terent place if that should have be come dangerous from an enemy or from contagious diseases In case of disagreement between the two houses with respect to the time of adjourn ment he may adjourn them to such time as he may think proper not exceeding lour months When he shall convene the General Assembly it shall be by proclamation stating the subjects to be considered and no othets shall be considered I consider that some changes in our election laws at the present time would be productive of much good and would remove some of the unfortunate bitternesi and dissatisfaction that now exist among our people The present laws on the subject are undoubtedly distastful to a large number of people in the State and their amendment is earnestly desired by all those who want to relieve as much as possible the friction and Ill feeling engendered by hostile political factions An ex citing and important political contest in the State is about to begin and all good citizens desire to see that contest conducted in as orderly and peace able manner as possible and it is not only essential that the laws control ing tbe election should be fair but also that every honest citizen what ever may be his political faith should believe them to be fair A law to be satisfactory must not only be good but must be generally considered so by a large majority of the people I do not believe the present law in its operation to have been unfair or un jnst and I know it to have been passed with the earnest and honest intention to remedy the evils which existed under the system which it supplanted It was a great improve ment upon that system but by reason of a strong prejudice against it many people have been led to believe that the change was a mistake and the law a had one This prejudice against It whether reasonable or not is sufficient to justify your consideration and war rant you to take some action in secur lug a more satisfactory law I know it la your wish as well as mine that the election in this State this fall shall be so fair so just so honorable that no citizen In the Commonwealth shall have cause to complain as to the law and its administration and that whatever the result every fair minded citizen whether he sides with the victor or the vanquished can say that the verdict of the people has been properly recorded and the victory awarded to him who deserves it Let us have such a law if possible I will gladly cooperate with you in the effort to secure It I have not called you here to legislate or this subject with the Idea that a fair election would not be held under the present law for I nm firmly convinced that if the law in its operation had been unfair and unjust to anyone it hiss been so to those who were charged with being its beneficiaries who gained nothing by any unjust manipulation ol the Ilw but who lost thousands of PUju11dice and you should deal with it frankly I and considerately as I heel confident that you will Imaginary ills wheth j ef political or physical should be i treated as well as real ones Your task in this matter is a difficult one j You can not satisfy everybody I do not desire to suggest in detail I any law for your consideration I have confidence in your judgement I and wisdom and I believe that you j will earnestly and patriotically set to work to frame a law In appearance as I well as In fact so lair and so just to all parties that no honest citizen can find fault with It I sincerely trust gentlemen that your labors here in this effort to pass a law as non partisan in character as it Is possible to make itmay be crown ed with success and that when you return to your homes every member of your honorable body may be confi dent iu the belief that the election of this tall will be just to all parties and candidates If you can do this and thereby remove much of this ill feellrig now among our people your action will commend you to the praise and gratitude of tbe good citizens of the Commonwealth 1 hope your stay here in the Capital City may not only be beneficial to the interests of the State but also pleasant and agreeable to yourselves Very respectfully J C W BECKUAM Governor of Kentucky I am Hale andHeartyNow writes C B Hill of Marshall Mich- a living proof of the efficacy of suffered liedownhelp me and I was advised to DrMiles Heart Cure which benefited usIngItDR MILES Heart CureIs sold all druggist on cnuutctlint bottle or money back look on beat and nerves sent tree Dr Mlles Medical Company Elkhart Ind ILUM I CMTAL fl 1 L NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN WAHSniU A- MOCHICAGO A new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvill and Chicago the line being via MnUoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Hvansvlle 730 pm 730801 Ar Chicago 7001 m 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm Sijoarn ArEvansvllIe Swsatn ssopm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair cars on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent TAXES aCull on me at once and pay your Taxes For 1900 iThis call must be as urgent My payment to the Auditor is due and my business must be closed By a prompt payment you ivg thUG Pcr Atnty Imposed by law for delayed payment Call on me in the Sheriffs Office or one of my deputies in the fieldsRespy SeT STEVENSS C f 7- L = r v 1 L t t fJ L IC Sk fl The Kind You Have Always Bought anti wlifcli has been In use for over BO years has borne tlio signature of77 mill has been inado under Ills pcr- fionalsuper1slol1 ItsriBiv j illtittnj S Allow no ono to deceive yon in tlili All Counterfeits Imitations aml JustasgoOlI are hub Experiments that trillo with mid endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria Is q harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlu substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVoniin nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhwa and Wind Constllll1t1unimlStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Time Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of The BoughtinHt eyou COPNV TV MUPIV Titr NCWVONKCITT IW II I lIME AND SPACEnrelJrlcticall annihilated cables systems and belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts arc no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowif we read TIm CHICAGO RECORDwhose Special Cable Correspondents urn Ijcalrtl h itfry important tily in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so cxtsnslvca service and it is supplemented by thi regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For uccurUo intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dUjulution of old govern ments and the establishment of now of the onward sweepof the race in all part of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD obout 3 il8 FRI3E Irojectloninches mop of Juropo on tho reverse lIe will be imllcil lo any ucMros free of chnrkO on rrnlpt of requukt ncvbmpiule by two3centitump to cover rostapenna wrapping The mrs lihMruta clcuily how ivinprchcnslvtly the dpcclai cable service of TnGmicKn IIUMII covers tba eatiic clvl tzvd world AJ tituS Tits CQICAOO Itccoiui 181 Mail on nCI CIo- I i CREAMORla BoitlnOiulltj For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies P fOx XlT JXXa DnVooXSTSPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis iL SAVE STIRTNf YOUR fStar tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of hiTWTflike to have and can have f fF EES f WTJfICklMt BU Knife Fork and SpOOn5 14 OmS lesiKKnbWtUrinWe GOO Ult tnd Pepper Fet one ncb quid J5 ItevolTerauionutlcdouLlgMtluau f vItVW lmPllnteUnuii 5 31 nddubJoji sh Knlte Keen 1uttr i1 Ittacbmeot cor bluedftwo 13 lIae Bill SIndoIlDveJhdumi JII Mrln Clock ntcmeIj I IT tilZ Ucnutne JogeTh Ttupoon veil relOCO Jt ammrfw- Of fbell pttid good 50 n Shot ion IlDub ber ml Slz eaeb KDhenDIl Forks buciUaorn hommrIesOhiud-ics Q 40 nglDa Mutc JIS tncti lJeiOOO THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900 I IX HIM Lot a dime worth fprUEJt ofJt PLUGV will Inn longer uud nllord there plcmure than a dImeN worlh of nay W oilier brand MAYE XBE1 XE1SXl T f Send tags to CONTINKNTAIj TOBACCO CO St Lobls lof fA BOON TO MANKINDL Y1TA3LERS BUCKEYE T I aJ cn 0 rn- a PILEa g JtJtrJg 1IIff dOtxlOJ Il E I IiiM1It111I1UI I toen m CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDITUBES BY MAL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 JUlES F BAllARD Sola Proprietor 310 North tola Street ST LOUIS HO I c Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 31 LIGHTNINGS Frightful Work at Funer al of a Little Child A Woman Regains Uso of Hor Arm Which Had Doon Paralyzed Twolvo Years The Morning View correspondent of the Covington Commonwealth write to that paper as follows Mrand Mrs WIHhtn Mulllnstnour he death of their little daughter Anna MargRret nRtd tivn years antI nitit tinnths who dud of paralysis At tended her funeral and sizing upor ier infant forth nlmo t covered with flowers in her little white casket where at least sixty relatives an neighbors and as they were about In arry her inanimate forum out i fthr lesolate home there came a great cia I nf thunder and a lightning bolt sttitck a tall pear tree situated hboit tweet yards Siam the home which wat connected with the house by a wir clothes line running through it The tree was splinlcted in a thou 1nc pieces ttrti1ng great chunks ol wooc tn every direction Tht clothes litu irntd bills of fire as big as a nunr list darting them hither and thithei ip stairs and down all through tblI house burning and blackening thing it came in contact with The romeo being inside miry of them were shocked while the poor Mutiny ujither rushed to her babys cash t covering it with her arms The light sing struck two of the silver handles 1 the casket blackening the whil tatin trimmings around the edge h- It awful tun One little son of tbt house was carried out apparently lead but revived latei The pallbearers who wete on the steps wen felled to the ground dud the men outside rushed in as they supposed rot the awful smoke issuing from Ui house that all were dead inside ami that the house would be burned Hut strange to say though it burned all the feather pillows that were on U line and a tick of feathers in tbe house the cause of all the smoke and threw its mighty fireballs prouiiscu ously among the assembled mourners only a few were slightly hurt whIt no one was killed The horses starn ing outside were shocked and many of them lell several times The men outside felt a great weight bearing them to the earth and had no r lid until the lightnings pressure spent its force In every direction for ISO yards around the house the pears on the trees and the flowers in the yard were blackened Strange to say some good came front this awlul display of electricity mss Mann sister ot Mrs Vmlliai Mulllns who has been paraljzedin her right arm lor over twelve years couldneither use it or open and shut her band immediately alter receiving SliJJ i I niDc A i U 1 jiI- i f4 i It tt 2 1 J iMAnt A 1 LAfrr VE t PIfJ91 NATunrr CURS vonI CONS Ar9Nt cveetablesinc5 drtig rid t bt pre forIlh1 Jispl Cola rJ T v 3 It drives Jut all laipur rf Mood and I 1 fr f If youfnili1 ittr than any yourJrugIstI I Ideal remeily f ir n as cas aJalts For sals ty druggists at poc per bottle I ro CJ = = IIt ltiV IItI V A 4II Illinilpr Uy 1 II 1 1111 tUN lliiriliMil 14 II HyIiILyJOhN ORO PSYCI1UD With Hay ret4t1 curttbooftand ra f houvlrM In tsp ap at tout Iwothtrtli of all Hjmptomi rrraoT d TatImonIatndTEItDAY5iratmn Err- OR B L GIUZIS SOlS Box KAtUnUfH IlNiiiiiilillnUimWiilJilWiNV 3 A FREE PATTERN = E roar own election to ererjr tab 1CUI A LADIES MAGAZINE S I utlon t kotnl tolored pta tat == t drsunking onominwok I hin relon e sbKllbi todi r or espy idnJg Uitr neon nttJ urn styIh Reliable Simple UplOoa S lol110ilorlCItlllag MSCALLA I S 2 NoSmAllowne Patterns sIa Oty to sd t cts achn mI5br for them Sold U tOr5 Of by malt hOlDSTHe s JS148 Will 14th St Htm York WHmMWNNfmmNHllHHNNW I A New Book For Men I Special Arrangements Whereby a Free Copy CUll Ito iliUiliitd bjr livery Reader of This Paper preiItattout tile fnarmous nlrIon nf lit J Newoa Jllliawayi nmrhnlc Manllucit ViKiir Health neccsory tu natlsfy public de itatnawayIto I nuintir r1 ttioso took nulllhhhaulallyI For a yean Dr hathaway has routined I practice almost mcltislrcly tu ulscaici of hisI and durlll that tiinci ho hal restored more to itraitti vllOr tucfulnr and happiness any ton other doctors lu the country com lr Hathaway treats and cum by a method entirely hIs own dltniTrrra and perfected by httnwtf sod oxclttIteiy ly of oulnltIIIll manner of urinary comtiantts ul8oreand Skin Dlsuasp ISrlpliH Disease and nil tormi of Kidney Troubles Ills treatment for tinder tuned mm restores lost vitality nod makes Ilk patient a ttronK welt vleorous titan llatluwavi micce s In the treatment ot Varlcorelr anti Stricture without the aid of Knife tratIor loss of limo front nmlcess Tills Is postttveiy Ird27 2S S 30 and 31 of hl new book speciallytreatedbyhimnmpreparelfmtntiiopurestandbent4rugsiu peraonaiuvertgtitlrlion or advlrp either at his omra or by mall and whoa a cast Is taken tho one low Tea raven Ill eot of medicines anti sfcrvtff potJtileone Interview lint this It not essential u ho has cured scores nf thou aud of patients la all nee lions ot the worM whom he octet seen Ills ilystemof Homo TrntlDtnt is to perfected that ran tirlnc about a euro U iiurely II is thotuh the patliiit rallvj daily nl his once J AfilVTOV HATUA WA Y M D Ilrltothawar 8 Cn 3OOCIlurrhNlm t NIiyIiIs Trun MKNTIOV TOte 1AIIlt WHEN WII1TIHO theshk ue hr rIght arm and opened her hand and grasped with her fingers realizing the sudden blessing more than she could express AS cnXA Ears thaitttol You Haw Knit Bmtfit Bigniturt dreot Drying preparations simply develop dr catarrh they dry up the secretions which adhere to the membrane and decompose causing a far more serious trouble than the ordinary form of ca tarrh Avoid all drying inhalants Iand use that which cleanses soots and IIheals lilys Cream Balm is such a remedy and will cure catrrrh or cold in the head easily and pleasantly All druggists sell it at 50 cents or it will IIbe mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren S NY Eczoma ItchlngHumors Plm plos Cured by B B B HDlrerent Dls tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do scabs and Scales form on the skin zemaeon the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Palt Old Sores Eating Sores Ulceri To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause 11the sores to heal itching of eczema to clearnjust the remedy you have been look Ing for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle sIx large bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm Complete sufIaway Write Iir it Address BLOOD DescribeIcal advice given 2 To Cure Cuiintlpiitlon Forerrr TaUeCaacarets Candy Cathartic lIe or50Co C C fall lo cure OruncIkU rcfimd money tIf Continued competent and safe gov ernment is the only thIng necessary to increase the unequalled geniusl prosperity of the United States That fact should be apparent to every one betweentyears ind tree silver agitation hard times and during the three McKinley fiscal years Des Moines lr State Regis ter IWhere the digestion is good and the general power of the pyttern in l- I healthy state worms can find no hab- Itation in the hunnii rtndy Will PliS CREAM VERMIIUGE not only destroys every worm hut corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 22 cts For sale by J II Wil Hams m I IIt is a good thing that the Demo puty has no reputation to lost lraccuracy ol statement FICts are stubbornly against them Times un wrong on silver They are wrong ir predicting distress to Potto Rico They ole wrong in picketing thi loom ol thtt republic in the event ol McKinlsys reelection and they an wrong by about a million antI a hall vote in their forecasts as to the eltc ti ti ol thiir candidate iu N iveiuher Not wicli Conn RlllhlinIA Our Gioatost Specialist Kor 2 i rari Un J Newtnu lUnlM v y has yi tIeela tut y ir itt drhrnnu i rises lhat ht 1 ivkuil11111 tn ImftIU thud H lltllllli lit IIIIctICiCcl IdStlic e vit i nr the hi1 if t nil it cutei cutes in 91 pmt cent if nl MH Il lllf Ixflltllt ol lollH O- lVil lunrtH Nctv Its IJourdtrs Kid ney imd Uiinr C iniaint PuralIsid lllood PoiMiiung Uluunnttsit Cxtanh iird Dtei es ptcti lit to wit thou he in opccflly succrxlnl n Hath wan prictice j m ire thin apecialiatCapesphysicians readily Mrt tn Ins treat t ment Write him to day fmly about o your we lie imltes no chime f u consultation or advice either at lilsol file or by mull Addrcia I Newlcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tI BIG FORTUNES IN HONEY I American Boos Have an An nual Product of Ovor 20000000 When the story of the twelfth cell Ini opment ol the apiarian industiy in the United States said Prof I O How ard chitfol the bureau ol entomology and known all over the country as Uncle Sams bug oman Bee culture Is practically a devel opment of the last forty years he continuedalthough Insolated indi viduals were engaged In the work long before that time The impor tance ol the indusdry at the present day is not genrally realized Their ate more thin 300000 persons engag ed in the culture ol bees In the United States alone and the present censu will show the present annual value ol apiarian products to be in excess ol 20000000 There are I to aparian societies Eight journals of some magnitude are devoted to the industry Fifteen steampowcr factories and a- very large number of small factories tfe engaged in the production ol sup plies for the bee industry Mr Den- ton our bee expert estimates thrt the detent existing flora of the United ites could undoubtedly support uth the same a veiaje profit ten timer lie number ot colonies of bees it now ippotts Think what that means tu industry ct j x 000000 a sear uppoiting 3 000000 healthy happj workers This branch of agricultural industry does not impoverish tbe soil in thi least but on the contrniy results in better seed and fruit crops The total money gain to the country from the prosecution of the bee culture would undoubtedly be placed at several times 20000000 annually were we only able to estimate in dollars and fertiliz ing the blossoms ol fruit crops The demand for American hones is increasing England is our chlel buyer Ships sail every summer from San Francisco aol San Diego Cat and from New York and Philadelphia carrying cargoes of honey to the old world The United States produce more honey than any other nation In this country the finest honey is gathered from hives where white clover and bisswood are accessible In quanlty it falls below that md from golden rod and buckwheat bios soms From New York Pennsylvania and Vermont comes the greatest quantity of comb honey while Arizona and California furnish most of tbi extracted or liquId honey Once the possibilities of the Amer Iran apiary are thoroughly understood ninny of the thousands barely existing n the strenuous life of the great cities vill turn to bee culture which well repays the intelligent and care ful worker It Bost for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your howelnre put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with smut a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your hetlth back CASCARET5 Candy Catbar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations McKinley wages McKinley dollars worth loa cents apiece and McKin try dinner palls are figuring exten sively in our great iron and steel in luttlcs and it is ti be presumed i t that those whoitceive the bene it know when they hive a good thing nd will nut ue disposed to exchange HEAD ACHE Ilotli nir ivlfe and myaelfliave been asiii CASCAKKTS and they are tbe butmedicine webaje over bad tin the house Last week my wife was frantic with headache for twodayi she tried some of your CAKCAHETS almostImmediatelyChAP STKDirORD- PUUburg Safe t Deposit Co Plttibnrr Pa CANDY CATHARTIC THADi MARS MOKTflrtO DoGoodCURE CONSTIPATION Ilrllf R4 CMipiir fkUin HMlml Pr Tin 1IT NO T drugwIllinois Central Railroadlltwt and Must 1ojnlnr Route to Memphis New Orleans 1X11 AM fOIMTS IV IitICtNStM TEX s UXUU t5ttOAIIIOIIM V Its IlgUlolVilllmel Trnlrw will Ijifi 1urn CulloIIrarm IxiiiUrllln errry Tlinmdiiy nUlit tutu run tbniuxh tn jillfoniU cbs New Irloann nndtha South PattI HnuiHt Iliiate llonlilu Inrtli rate ron lnuUrlllu to Him FrnnrlMii on tfW IIraIir iloonttly low Cults to 101IItlIllnl lio True Winter Kouto tc- Culilornm No Blizzard Cold Weather Snow Blockades For piirtlcnlnra writ to J It Hilll TmrIInK n Iamwninr Kvut for I t II It lonU lll Ky lUo ask hint to mnd you n ropy of tlio loiniS k riilluido vhlcbln npIeti with IIIIerI itliiitlnfurmntlon ciiiiterniing the KoutWrn tern ory It will ba inilM tn you free 4tbe Scat in J thiN Tnwilnyn of vnch month lloini 24vkeni Irkrtunri mild to Kuutlixrn nnd HontlutjutiTn lolntunt Miixlillowlliit Btioitohlurn nltbln wetityotlie itsy Twin ilito t Pale Jbvral stop ver trraigeineut AIt flANSONG A CUTOAO co W A KELLONDA G P A rovovrr= X 6100d TroubleJ 0 Old Scrofula Gancir Sores mtalltContagiuInoculationnnd ferment allowing disease germ to develop and be taken itit soitieBlood Poisoncirculation While all blood troubles have one common origin ouch has peculiarity to distinguish it front the other Contagious Uloo1 IoiMin Scrufula aticer Reieitu nnl other blood ihimeaae can IX ilistimiguishied by ChronIc Ulcersa certain sore ulcer eruptiouoriiitlauiinatlonuiiiwatiiigonlheskin lively blood disease slow sooner or later on outl on part the Iwdy or where it finds the least resistance- Matiy mistake the sore or outward sign for the real disease and attempt a cure by the use of salves liniments and other external applications Valuable time is lost anti no permanent benefit from such treatment the must be and perm Mercurylpotashdoses never cure S S S Natures on remedy male of roots and herbs attacks the disease I- nS blood antidotes attd forces out alt Impurities makes weak thitt blood healthy Dud at the same time builds up the general health S S S is thonly vegetable blood purifier known and the only one that can reach deepseated SStile troubles A So years of sticcemful cures vrois It to be a specific for nil blood am skin troubles Froo Medical Troafmonf Our Medical Department Is In citirgeof physicians who have made blood aunt skin diseases a life study so if ova Poison Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Eczema an Old Sore or Ulrrr or any similar blood trouble write them fully for advice about your case All correspondence is conducted in strictest cxt dence We make no charge for this service Book on blood and skin diseases SPECIFIC CO Atlanta GL t either for wild financial experi ments or for economic poll lea that have heretofore wrecked bnsines thrown men out of jobs anti produced widespread idleness anti ptlvstlnn Rochester Democrat and Chronicle CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho dBlguaturuo- fNotice For a neat job if cleaning clothes call on Rev P S Miirs on Union Street and Apple Alle- yILLINI ENTRA L FI OF INTEHEST T- OStockholders Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting t ChlcIIROI The nr1 of IHnfton tit th llHtml 111I- ttllrnoIIIanv nt n hinting bold July I1 lto luIOIc1 tht ftilluwlnfr lruut4 unit tvwolu lion S tlon the rroinmrnIstioa cf the IrreIIut the irolatliin mloptttl JalrSl lw7 natlinrUlnir the fnv tr nnMtrtnt1tin of MiMkhoMrr iivcr the liit pitnriiliiit toChlmiru nsd return nt the tlmf ofth Annan ni tlnir ii ntKkbul1ri WHN r told tvtl nml Atnrnil l NO H to reed es follow UiMolTtHl That until the farther onltr nf title Itonnl there tuna 1w tged I ontrh holder if on or alone nhnrr of ttn rniiltnl MKk of the Illinois ntrel Hnllrond toinpany tie rv MiT on the hook lib Ntmimnr a tUltpt rnnlillnir hint or her to travel free over the ritnu rtnjr tines loin the Ntitlonof the IllinoIs 11 tRill ronil nearest to bIg or her irjrlMcrwl nd lrrit to Tblrnffo ni rvtarn for the of nttemllnir In Mwllnm of utorkhoMrr Hnih t r rii1good for the Joarnpy to Chlniiro imljr ilciring the linr tier tiiineIintelv lrI1athe lny ot the mllnl nn l fur th return jour njr from rhlrnpo only on the hiy of the niptltitf nu lthfoar ilayn IiiiinnHstIT followlpir when rotrljr roantrntUnwl unit lamiiiri hirlnK hue intern houn thnt IK to nybetwn 0ii m anil too p tnta the oilier of tIe AMlntant Hrtirtary Mr U llroen In CblmRO Sorh tIcket mny IK nbtalnM hy any rirf trrvtt hoMr of uttNk on ippllrntliiu In smIting to the rrwld nt of the ornpanyln rhlenno Kntk 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