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roartaol Ohio nml nilJolnlDpt ronutlni nnd the Conrt or Ap rxaln Irompt nttnitlon given tn nil biulnna entrusted to hUn Ofllr In UitifuLirAK building I I R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practIce hln proftiuiton In thorourtnor Oblo and Qiljolnloucdtinilen AIoNotary 1nbllc Southern RailwayThrough V Bonthorn Stnt- MKENTUOKYTENNESSKK South CAROLINA ALABAMA Vllt OINI A North OAROLINAG BOR CIA nnd MISSISSIPPI 8401 Mllnt Thro Dully Train lItwoon lnoU Till and inington Observntlon Chnlr Caw Train Icnye nnd nrrlv IxmlHTllli from HtTenth Rtrrct Union VK pot ronnpctlnj with trnlnn or the rillpola Vntral Ilnllrond and leII A Ht I It 11 I rrlaomnUoII Ire A WiiKonx 1 A T A Ill 4th Aye Ionlertllp Wu H TAYLOr Aiulitnnt a P A touliTllle hiVATvflOonrsuAguut nton u DEMOCRACY SCORED Davis and Dotllvpr Exposo Its Shams and Protonsos TolllnB Speeches at Chicago Hamilton Club Danquot SENATOR DAVIS ADUniJSS This campaign Is pot lentous Oth era have been conducted on a few Is sues economic or moral In this one the Dtuiocnitic party nod its candI- date demand ibe rrveiKnl ot every pol icy domestic slid lonljn monetary financial pro tecttv ailiixpanklve which has made the ndmini jtrntlon of IrfsUent McKinley ore K I the most glorious in our historj by tic splendor of itstuilltary and navnl achievements by its revival of dying icrutries by its financiallegislation by its making the United States the first money power in the woild by its extension of our soverighty and by our advance ment to the very fort front of interns tional influence The measures and poUches which have wrought these imposing political results are severally and respectively condemned either in themselves or in their and at Kansas City This declaration does not denounce he administration of President Men Kinley for it failures it condemns it i for its achievements It declares j them to be destructive of true prosper ity and subversive ofour institutions It demands that the told standard shall be abolished and that protection to American industries shall cease DEMOCRATIC POSITION hhlor the first time the ooverignty of the United States over territory held by an unquestionable title is demanded to be abandoned anti the fig lowered and that too in capitulation to a flagrant insurrection against Its authority all this and more than this is demanded by the Democratic party as a reason for its Investiture with power and is promised to the American people in case power is given to do it Such demands such promises such threats such conse quences will receive the most consid elate condemnation ol the people No Democratic platform no Demo cratic speaker exptesea any saUsIac tion with our triumphs tn war or with the abounding prosperity nur people or with our international as cendancy How can they rejoice in a prosperity which falsifies ever prediction they made four years ago and the approval of which now would re fute every claim that they can possi bly make for their political restora tionThe Democratic party was silent respecting our relations with China because to declare opinions upon that subject which the American people would not receive with contempt and spurn with disgust would cause the broomstick ghost of imperialism and militarism to vanish in an instant So to speak would annihilate those paramount issues because it would admit that even the blind when told can perceive even if they can not see It that the status the occupation and tile sovereignty ot the United States in the Philippines are at this moment and in this great crisis of civilization commanding and absolutely Indispens tble They vindicate the wisdom of holding these possessions unless the United States Is to recede to the shores of the American continent become herself little China cancel herself as a factor in the great clvllizUlon and commercial change in the Asiatic Ori ent an event fully as important as Ttj bad 5iu THE HARTFORD REPUBLICS declII1ration When you have that obstinate ling ering cough which will not be shaken off W I hive used three bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery lince mj correspondence with you W write Mr A V Novotnro New York N Y Box that- I am In need of no more medical as sistancc When I started to take your medicine I had a regular consumptive which I was and nrrybody cautioned and warned me concerning It I was losing weight rapidly was very pale and had no ap petite whatever Now toy condition is changed entirely I do not at all have eight pounds in weight have recovered my healthy color and my appetite Is enormous I d5lgnI DItP BCf5 6o O 10 ID198 stNEVERY- 1ftJNDRW WHO USE rr GET WElL the discovery of America by Columbus FRKSIDKNTS ClIlNnSi POLICY There are few events in our dlplo malic and military history more hon orable than the consummate skill the wipe conservatism and the unflinching courage by which the administration of President McKinley relieved our le gation and at the same time maintained proper relations with the Chi EmpireThe of the United States as to China should in my opinion be this It must rescue its citizens It must exact indemnity for Injuries to their person or property It will in slst that China shall observe all treaty stipulations and that under any and all conditions of sovereignty cession or foreign ascend nc the open door shall remain open We shall use no military force for conquest and have no concert with any European power except to rescue ourcitizens and theirs We covet no Chinese territory and we will acquire none We desire no territorial sphere of Influence We will give no approval or support physical moral or sentimental to the dismemberment of China or to the extinction of her soverelgnay by the acquisition of spheres of influence by I any European power I look for a regeneration of China as the result of the convulsions she is now sulkring It will come to not by the partition of that passI and immemorial empire but full entry into commelclal relations with the other nations of the world The process will not be a long one It has been going on for fifty years and has become more perfect and ex tensive every year When fully com pleted the United States will be the greatest participant in that trade of the Pacific which Humboldt predicted more than seventyfive years ago would be the greatest commerce that land and sea have ever knowu We We need cross but one ocean to grasp the wealth or Ormus and oflnd Europe must traverse four seas to share It- This Is manifest destiny it is written by an auspicious astrology upon the sky of a visible future It will give 15000000 people to our States of the Pacific coast it will open a career to the tilents of an aspiring youth and in every way the United States far along on that course of na tional grandeur for which I believe It was ordered Till RUM PARAMOUNT ISsUE Imperialism is not the paramount issue of the campaign and cannot be made so The adjustment of any question as to the Philippines is to considered after rebellion against the sovereignty and authority of the United States has been put down The paramount issues this year are are financial and econmlc Shall the antiprotection party of 16 to t be put In power to advance its principles by the enormous powers of executive In fluenee in case Mr Bryan is elected and win the first engagement in a campaign tile next battle of which will be for the control of both houses of CongressThe for the plain people is do they wish with the instructions ofa bitter experience fresh and deep in their memorlesto change to submit to the change of that abounding pros perity which came with the election of President McKinley a prosperity which no Democratic platform or speaker denies nor dire rejoice In nor even allude to Agnlnaldo can wait until the American people take a bond offate if necessary by annihilating for the preservation of their own domestic interests the poll tical combination which is at the same time their enemy and the aider and abettor ot the Tagal rebels Referring to Bryans declaration if elected he would convene Congress to withdraw our troops from the Philip pines and glye independence to the Filipinos Senator Davis In declaring that he will convene Congress for these purposes Mr Bryan shrinks from the logical conse qncnces of his own position If elected President of the United States hn will become the commander chief of the army and navy conduct- Ing a war which he and his platform upon which he stand assert to be a criminal aggression against a pea pie who ought to be independent As such commanderla chief holding to such principle he would hive the right to withdraw every man from the Philippines cause out squadron to sail out of Manila Bay to entire ly evacuate the archlpeljgotnnd to use his own language cave their people to work out their own des tiny As Presedent he could recognize the existence and independence of the Philippine republic A bold man holding such views as these and with such powers would say that he intended to use them But there Mr Bryan halts and recoils lie purposes to throw the responsibility upon Congress well knowing that with Republican Sen Hte and House of Represtatlves no such action as be proposes to recom J mend would receive the least sanc tion SRNATOR DOttlVKRs ADDRBS3 Senator Dolllver of Iowa was greeted with prolonged cheers as he rose to respond to the toast Pros parity and Its Causes lIe spoke in part as follows- I have been asked to speak about the national prosperity its causes and effects Its Incoming and its outgoing Its salutatory and its farewell address The subject would be en tirely nonpartisan lilt were not for the fact that good tlmesia the United States have got so completely mixed up with the Republican party that it is almost impossible to separate them eithej in your own mind or in the public thought Almost every man recognizes that since March 4 1897 the conditions of American life have undergone a change which may al most be compared without irreverence to a resurrection from the dead The diplomatic situation is exceed ingly delicate and requires skillful handling to serious complications The United States has been consist ent throughout in the endeavor to bring about co operation for the benefit ot all alike The recognition of some authority in China would seem to be a prime necessity anQ Russia hiss taken the step believed to be nec essary for bringing order out of the chaotic condition of affairs existing- It Is understood that President Mc Kinley hoped to be able to return to Canton tomorrow Mrs McKinley has not been as well as usual for sev eral days and the President was anxious to take her back to the great er comfort of her own home but the importance of his presence here dur- Ing the pending negotiations makes it probable that he will be unable to get away for several days TO WITHDRAW OUR ARMY If our government can find some responsible person with whom to con elude an agreement and such an agreement can be arranged on a basis that will fully conserve the rights of the United States without infringing on those of the other powers a speedy withdrawal of the United States troops from China may be expected and it is eutlrely possible that Field Marshal Count Waldersee will not after all exercise exercise command over any American troops in China Beyond a short message relative to the situation at Amoy which lstill regarded as threatening the State De partment had nothing to publish this morningIt at the War Department tbrt preparations are being made for wintering 5000 United States troops in China The report that Gen ChalTee was arranging to winter IS 000 troops probably jorignated before the General was informed that the troops on the way to China had been diverted at Nagasaki to Manila These arrangements ore made in or der to guard against a failure of peace negotiations- As a result of a Cabinet meeting of a few days ago n replying outllu ing this governments attitude in the matter discussed by the Russian note was drafted at the State Department and sent to our ambassador at St Petersburg and a copy furnished to the Russian charge in this country Officials familiar with It decline to indicate its natureS aHIMCKSSWOKTII KSOWIVO- 40vrnn nn4in ttieHouth prove IlnxhMi a gnat remedy for Chill find all Malaria tryt0 Digs Gold from Collar Clinton la Sept ICapt Zich G Suter a wellknown Mississippi river man while digging for fish worms in his cellar in Leclaire Thursday unearthed an iron pot which contained 12 double gold eagles and two pieces of silver The silver coins bore date of 1810 and 1818 and the OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Wool All the blood In your body paS3ellhrougb- your kidneys once eve1lhr minutes Is sold merits In a yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities in blood If they sick or out of order they fall to do their work- Palnsllches andrheu matlsm come excess of urlo acid In the blood due to netriected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or 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Cleveland LeaderIYoa may bridle the appetite butI you cannut bridle the liver to do ItsI work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of HERBINB the best liver regulator Price 50 eta For sale by J H Williams OASTORABun tIs Hn8AIarsBw M gIu ctuel WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Is perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic Itndt by its strengthening properties restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue ofI health Price 35 cts For sale by JIHWHliaui8 OUJ The Republican party has made a record as the friend of the weak and oppressed which cannot be destroyed BryanCleveland ojasTonij3LBun Kind You lIMO AlwlJS BongM hIct1hot cU Blood Poison Cured by B B B Mottle Free to KnitVrer Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treat ment quickly yield to B B B BotI anic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucuous patches in the mouth Sore Throat Eruptions Eating Sores Bone Pains 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promoted Liberty axtended McKlnleysreeJectionI National honor upheld Protection Opportuntica improvedI Quantity ot employment Roosevelt a winner Stability of credit Trade extended Union forever Values upheld Wages increased Xs more plentifuloYankee Doodle dandycZenth of prosperity Cincinnati Tribune 0 As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curativeI power BALLARDS j MENT is notequalad by any other in the world Price 25 and 50 eta For role byj II Williams THE MAN AND THE DOLLAR I Somo of Bryans Oratorical ILight The first of Colonel Bryans three acceptance of the Presidential nomina tion has passed with all the incidents of crowds cheers and enthusiasm His speech is devoted to one subject I in the main and makes but a brref excursion into other topics In his introduction is the sole reference to finance It is in a form of n vague but venomous attack on the Republican party in these words The Republican party is dominated by those influences which constantly tend to elevate pecunfaay considerations and ignore human rights Min the handiwork of God Is first money the handiwork of man is of Inferior importance Man is the master money the servant but upon all im portant questions today Republican legislation tends to make money the master and man the servant Let us briefly examine these de clarations Mr Bryan served two terms in Congress He was In a palty1Iwalked out and still Itft a constitutional quorum What legislation did he propose and what did his party pass and make the law for either man or money The Republican legislation of which he complains was on f- the statute books Did he propose its repeal Did his party substitute anything for it The sole attempt it made was in the Wilson bill distorted out of the shape in which its author framed itand when passed denounced by President Cleveland as a record shame corruption and dishonor Surely in that period when Mr Bryan was in Congress and in a post tlon to shape legislation man was not dodging the master the dollar but in want famine starvation and suffering was out hunting for the dollar and not finding it Mills were closed banks were crashing all wage H paying enterprises were suspended 1 Cities were running soup houses and roads were crowded with thousands of men organized in armies and crying for bread The dollar was not bothering rnnn in those days The Republican party was not in power the dollar was not in circulation Man was In that glorious state of Independence j which Colonel Bryan regards as his ideal condition and labor t was too poor to buy drugs for Its sick or to bury dead- Remember that this was when Bryan was n legislative officer of the Government with actual power to In fluence its policy toward man and moneyBut and his passed out of power The last year of their rule Mr Bryans estate given under his oath to the assessor for taxation was only worth 240 The first year of Republican rule it had risen to more than five times that value and now by his own oath is more than twenty times the value it had in 1896 Is he still master or does his estate multiplied by twenty waster him During the time of this increase he had not fol lowed any regular calling and has abandoned his two vocations of law and journalism yet he has prospered in basket and in store and his petty estate when the country was ruu on his plan hrs grown to be plutocratic under Republican policy Will he say which was master man or money when theCoxey army the Kelly army and the other ragged regi ments were marching on Washington Where are those armies now Does he know of a souphouse that is open Does he know of a poorhouse that is filled with American mechanics In the day of his influence when he was In Congress man the handi work ot Godwas shivering and starving in rags and hunger He was driven to choose between stealing and starvation lie was striving to the deathwithitis fellow man for a chance the poor wages that were to be earned Now because the Republican party has changed all this because the shops and mills are running trade is active prosperity is reinstated and labor earns good wages anti capital c good profits he faces an audience to j impeach Republicanism for putting the dollar above the manlj t The Republican party put the dollar above the ruin but it has j put good trousers on man with pock j ets and has filled the pockets with dollars I Let eVeR laboring man who heard r reads Colonel Bryans speech reI all his position in 1896 and contrastj it with his position now himself if he desires to go back j That prosperity which multiplied Col Bryans own estate by twenty has reached and touched every man in the Union It has been general and not partial The country likes It and will not throw it away to gratify the IF WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty VOL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER CIIILLSand- FEVER ATTORNEY ATTORNEY HARVEY PalnsTrlal formedt rxposellInnnexedj YOU CATARRH OF THE PELVIC ORGANS The Reason Why So Many Women Are Sick I tin Eliza WikelM Iron St Akron O Mrs Eliza Wlko Bays j I would hula my grave now If It had not been for you Godsent remedy Peruna Evcrybod lays I am looking to much better Nc doctor could help mo as Peru na did I was a brokendown woman It Is now seven years put that I was cured Mrs Sarah Gsllltzof Luton Is atln writes I waanufferlng with time change of life I had spells of flowing every two or three week which would leave me nearly dead I had given up hopo ol being cured when I hoard of DrIIart mans remedies and began to UM them I am entirely cured and give all the credit to Peruna But comparatively tow women who are suffering with pelvic catarrh know that this Is the case Their trouble Is called dyipopila heart trouble female woaknosi weak lungs nervona doblllty I Indeed almoxt the whole category of medical terms has been applied to cl tarrh of some organ of tho female anatomy If these women could only ejallztf that their trouble U probably ca ietld ambition of Colonel Bryan lan Francisco Call If Bryan is elected the financial rouble will begin the lay after the lection and will grow worse until the prings of next year when there will me a repetition of the experience that ollowed Clevelands election in 1892 inly it will be Intensified for Bryans breats against wage earners and in dustrial progress are much worse than hose made In the platform on which Cleveland stoodJersey City N ournal JI iuoru A NTITCH IN TIME ate nine hughes Tonic new improved taste ileiuant taken In early Spring nod Fall pro oats I1illl UcnBue and Malarial Firm Acts nth liver tone up the system hotter than lulnlnr OunrunKvJ try It At DrnggltjiSOc ad f100 bottlm 38Kt Tho Real Thing With theaid of a powerful micro cope we regarded the ptomaine in ce cream steadfastly You are extremely ugly we ob erved Of course replied the Ptomaine A Q tarrh of tho organs peculiar to women pelvic organs and cure themselves with Peruno how much unnecessary suffer Ing would be saved streatClnclnnatlOfell on the Ice At first I did not think that I had hurt myself but several months after I foil palm In the abdomen and a little later my menses failed tc Ithearingand followed your directions I took Peruna and Manalln I now have the best of health Mrs Mario Hanson of Nlobull Wl writes I About two years aeo I had dis ease of tho kid neys and womb I I was in a weak nervouloondl tion and began to have dreadful palpltatlonottho heart I was con lined to the bed I had given up all hopo of ever being well again I commenced taking Poruca I found relief when 1 had taken the first bottle Now I han taken seven bottle of Peruna thankyou for your advice and I am glad I caa say that I am well now Dr Uartman has written a book especially for women It treats of female itItageseveryAAddress Dr Hartmtn Columbus O Did you ever see a genuine lady killer that wasnt more or less ugly To be perfectly candid But why speak oi this Detroltjournal peaYOUNO MKN WANTED with fair education and 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the world It should bo in every household 1Also Webster Collegiate Dictionary with a Scotttib Oto First class in SIlO I i n 1 n n 2 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEP I KJ I UK 7 FON and LON ROGERS Editors T loptlon I3Moillooi CilCO C2 IsjudFIda t ty till Hlrlfcra Pub CoJntvriaratta entred it Hutfonl postotfici is secondclass mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR iiiusiiuT-V xaa STeJZrloy 01 Ohio IOll VICE PJlKMIinM- TiiocAiro ISosoerrolt 01 rw York FOIl20VEKOI- Irolm W STox ca Ol llojle fount IOU OGhtE H SI = =117 Ilreekrnruige Cuiiuly MR BECKHAM if you are defeated by the popular vote of the people will you gracefully submit and nt resort to a contest before the Legisla ture VOTERS you should not furget that Mr Beck Lara while Speaker 01 the Legislature in 98 voted for thl bill that required the voter to sbov his tax receipt before voting You should also remember that he voted against every amendment to the Joe bel law which he says is a good law It willalso be well to keep in mind the ict that he accepted an olfice that was stolen for him by an irresponsible Legislature which is now dying iu ignominy and disgrace Tni3 Democrats of Kentucky waLt nothing buta fair lllwBeckb- am at Henderson Well Mr Beck ham before you make the people of Kentucky believe this you will have to repeal the Goebel law and then resign the office which you Lave stolen as it is the people do not believe you sincere but really think that you would nut submit to defeat under the Goebel law Would you If Mr Yerkes defeats you by 10000 or even 1000 votes will you acknowledge your defeat If you propose to dn it this year why did you not do it in 99 Mit BECK IUMB speech at Heuder son wai characteristic of the young man It was weak and showed signs of a burning conscience reprimanding him br accepting stolen goods Hi read it like a school boy reads hit render lesson and if it took eflec an where it must have been in the grcuni for it did not find considera tion with intelligent men in Hender son or elsewhere The public should read Beckhams reader and contrast it with Mr Yerkca1 oration then volt for the man regarded as tho must capable and the one representing liberty and gocd government WE had been wrooged by them the Republicans at the polls and we sought redres3 before the constitu tionaltribunalwhose duty it was to pass upon such cases Bcckham at Henderson How hadOU beet wronged by the Republicans at the polls Because of the fact and mi other that they refused to vote foi you and for this reason you sought redrew before that Legislature whosi members had previously assured you that if they could pass upon your case that it would be more certain than the people We sugget that you go oil and pray for the mountains to fall upon and hide you from the wrathof an outraged people Mr Bickliam or culler the consequences A titan who is so densly ignorant should be under tho care of some country pedagogue T Better Late Than Never Prom Nelson County llccnd we leatu itnew lesson It has long since been known to Republicans and Brown Deincctals that the cause of Louis villtii lining disfranchised is directly due to Mr Goebel who spent the whole week before the election in llmt city awl the unscrupulous rene liadfc Carutli and Hoerlzbut through the JlHoid we are informed that Gutbul Democrats are aware of the fact too 1 ho Record well Buys that Ash Caruth ought to have been hung ball outraged public for throwing out the eightyseven election officers the night before the election and let u add the man who planned this diabolical scheme as well Tho lan guage oi tbc7tcord is better than any other because it corned from one of the gang IF AMIITIUUKIi ITllliniUi IltOMTIY IllMl MIHKIIMIIK ASH CAIUTll XII HIS OSKKIIKIIATKS IN TIIKIII OIIMi 1IAII- KFAnut IIKPIANT AXI ixsciuinioisAT IrMIT TO rilSTIWI Till KIECTION thy riiAMiiNo TIII orriiiUM op KIKCTUIN DxTiiiiNiiiiiT riimuuNu TIII KUXTION A VAUUIIlt IKSSOX IT WOULD IIIVK IIKKX SIun uunty bas nevtr hud H frnuilul uut flwton wlilUutliiTfUuutUi iiotubly Jcffir MOO never luid iiuy uthvr klml A h Carutb kiu 10 moiilwl lu mi Itin hlinwlf uu l bq HUM unil U MI ilnruld ill lutwlty Iu Mt thnt hvhlw hrlf hnuM ruinit In Anmrbody mi bcunhl joint to Wint I ilune TUB TlllTII IS- MisriiAiiiu 0111 Asiis IUNGUNU Jon rwOVlIOtTTIIi MILITIA ASH 1UOVOKUn TUB rXIAWlTI rilOCKKIilNII Wlllill HE I nTKD 1V TilE DISFIIAXCH18E1IEXT 01 j HIM iTY AXD rofNTV AXII TO HIM IS riiAiMiKxmi TQHAY TUB urn AXH nn OF im IHVIIII AUAINKTTIII HKMOCHAT 1C IAIITY IOlfTIIATDlSFUAXCHlHKMKXT1- Miserable old Aeha bungling drove out the malitia rays our conI temporary but we have understood all the while that the Republican uml Biown Democrats did this to in I limidate the Goebelites Certainly this hi other has been transformed hat he is persuaded to tell tho truth Now why dont all the Democratic journals be as honest and then demand of Mr Beckham to give up his stolen I good and the Record should be the i first to make tho demand since it cornea from the usurpers home Man of Strange Vision The citizens who heard Dave Smith Monday have nothing to congratulate themselves over They heard nothing but a conglomeration of meaningless words and phrases shoved in to fill up two hours of time It was the first time we ever heard Mr Smith and it he doesnt get up a epeecb happy will we be and fortunate as well if we never hear him again Before a man starts out to bore the people he shouM get up a speech of something other than meaningless stuff Doubtless Mr Smith went away thinking he hud done well we hope he did but those who heard him formed a very ditler eat conclusion Tne farmers and business men who are all enjoying unparalleled and un approachable prosperity under the McKiuley administration did not ap preciate his abuse of the author ot good times Mr Smith had much to say about salaried officers in the em ploy of the Federal government on the continent and in Cuba but hu failed to show the people wherein he had merited a single dollar he lied drawn from the sumo treasury He had quite n little to say of the Neeley scandal in Cuba and the extortionate sums that the government pays the railroads for hauling its mail yet bo utTered no remedy save the same old story Turn the rascals out and give us a chance The fact that Mr Smith never mentioned the Goebel law was very conspicuous Why he did not we arc left to conjecture Abraham Lincoln sail the speaker once declar ed tbat this government cannot exist onehalf free and the other slave That doctrine the Democratic part preaches to day Yes the Democratic party incorporates this in its plat form and harps much about it du ring the campaigns yet you dont practice what you preach Mr Smith You enslaved onehalf of Kentucky and yet you ask the people to bare with you Show Plea man Faid ttr gentleman from LaRue who It dishonest in politics and Ill show you a man dishonest in business atlkir1 We kindly call your attention to Win Goebel Cripps Beckham and the rest of your gang These are all pet tifoggers and recipients of stole goods This gentleman of atranc sayings further declared I am glad that the votes of Louisville went thrown nut We presume so because they were Repbulican It 13 but fai to conclude that you would have bee just as glad if the votes of Ohio Grayson Rreckenridge and Hart counties had all been thrown out be cause of the large Republican voto Well Mr Smith you ought to bo more of a man than to charge the Republican party with the nssassina than o Senator Goebel but you ale not Cholly Wheeler stood on tho same rostrum and salt that the Re publican party did not kill Bill Oct bel Which shall we believe You also stated that you were iu Louisville on the detection day uml nw tho mulitia on the streets during the election hours when even habits down in Ohio county know tliH to be a falsehoodThis of strange visioiu might see many peculiar things anti there is some room for it but he certainly mistook dudes for soldiers Who Vitiated the Returns It U but natural tor men who are the sbief bentOciarics and counsellors of a political conspiracy to cuudnuo their misdeeds by condemning and charging their opponents with all they themselvcsI have done and yet conforming with the naturalwenkI testes and man him after hE bus long practiced and I indulged in grand larceny In politics to conclude that every other human being would do the same thing were it his to do When men have lost their sense of honor and respect to their fellow man they invariably form- a conclusion that is shocking to the honest citizen We arc not sur prised that Mr Beckham who 8 re cently became particfps criminii and who accepted the oliico of Governor after a process of political jugglery had been instituted and concluded by a gang of political daredevils in which the will of the people as expressed at the polls vas overthown indjncn who were unqueslionally do feated were installed iu oflico instead of those fairly electedwould mount I the rostrum and in the opening speech of his campaign declare thief 1rul1lntthniolUly o majurltr ul lg1 rote nitond tttlng tb Jr defeat before the Ocfl rrnl nmhll of th dmimonwrnlth they root 4to the ot lufnmoni crlmn rrer known and torecnretir tOut UIMIM what they could not li1 fair from n window In the Kxwutlvf Lnlldln thej hot down In void blood thnt gallant len orrnt thefrreat tribune of thi n ople Wllltni- dorlHl Thcevrntu of thnt nwful loerlOlI ore ton fmil liivour iIndg fur nit to ntlew then In detail lint I ientruto irnn your attention to name c 1 the more Important one I unjr to you that In thoplixtlon mat Nnrrrabrr William Iwlwl nnd thurr upon the ticket with him fairly and horat ly won the oRuva for which they were randldatH Hut by fraud liyfnrre by rarrnptlon nnprrcwl rnteO In the history nt the Statr the Itepuhllcan were nile to how on the fare of the rstnrn a luajorlty of two thon nnd threw hundred votm Was Governor Taylor defeatedat the polls on the 7th of last November We leave this with the intelligent voter What constitutes legalvotes Mr Beckhara it the citizens ot Louis ville of Johnson Martin and Magoi fia counties were not legal voteit These citizens are subjcld of Kentucky and amcanable to her laws They dill nothing to warrant your dlsfran chiiiog them and why did you do it We presume it was because 300 men of the State guards were in the armn ry at Louisville on the dayof the election It was certainly their being assembled as had been lone in 1897 to preserve order in the city These men were not on the streets until 7 oclock three hours afrer the polls closed as was proven in that farcical cuniest at Frankfort in which you played so conspicuous a part The counties of Johnson Martin and Ma goffin were disfranchised because as you charge of tissue ballots This allegation was unfounded as was shown in that Frankfort escapade called contest but it answered the purpose for disfranchising these coun tics of a voice in the Governors race but somehow the same votes cast at the same time on the same ballots for members of the Senate and Legis lature were not invalidated All reasonable men concur in this fact that a vote cast and counted for n rep resentotive would be a legal vote for Governor when cast at the same elec tion under tho exact conditions and circumstancesyet this is not the creed of the new Democracy of Kentucky but these are facts indisputable even by the jacknla of the partisan Goebel pressMr Beckham loss the brazen au dacity to assert that Wm Goebeland all his companions were fairly elected to the offices for which they were candidates The figures of the eleo tion brands this as a vilhuous and UII mitigating falsehood Goebel and It Blackburn Watteraon Voodson nnd many others of the same line shouted from every stump in the State that you cant out count us you cannot possibly commit fraud and yet in the lace of these vile thrusts the en tire Republican ticket was elected by 12383 pluiality votes This was the peoples verdict as subscribed anti sworn to by Messrs Ellis and Pryor Pour lost and degenerate Beckhara his cowardly refusal to meet Mr Yerkes is conclusive that his cause has been so lost to honor and so damn able in the smut of true Kentuckians that he felt it necessary to rUII his course alone He is quite well aware that he could not make such speeches iu the presence of this in tclellcctual athlete as ho did at lIeu derson and escape the guillotine The course of Beckham and tho Democrat ic party is to viciously falsify and enlarge upon it They have stolen the State offices and when they are chargedwith this crime they become infuriated and are driven almost to insanity The Assumed Editor to the Front The aniauidedilorweak and weary with but little conscience of right left him comes again to the front in the defense of the man who rose to the high ollico of Governor througha course of political robbery This fact comes not as a surprise to the people of this county for a man who ac knowledges his defeat anti then takes up the cause of the Jejeattd is court tutionally a weak citizen so we are not surprised that the owtintcJ editor has grown tired of being called the defender of political theft and robbery Really the mention of rogue drives this political parisite ito a fit of madness We remind the public repeatedly of the manner in which Taylor was robbedof his office and the people de irived of a voice in the government because these questions should be fresh in the minds of every lover of a Republican form of government The principles of Democracy have been assailed by a gang of political frce booters like the cammed editor and unless their ravings bo stopped Kentucky will bo an asylum for the depraved for civil government antI- social order will be relics of the past The Republican does not indorse theft in any form A political thief is no better than a horse thief In some respects he is worse After bay ing control of every precinct in the State the Democratic piirly was defeated in the last election antI that too after Mr Goebel declared at the fair ground In Hartford on the of last November that If any 12thI mu M done in lliii election the C3118 twit do it And at Mcllenry y7c Jlfpublicaiu miy do tie vAing but Ice Democrat wtl do the counting Iu the face of these facts the cowardly I and unscrupulous Democrat like the attumtd idilor setup a pitiful wail about Republican fraud and military intimidation In view of those false charges TUG REroitucAX on the 2d of last March published this article The Intterilny IViuocrnry dnlran lint lie pnWIrnnn and honmt IVmoirntK utote tlicili tion II the Itepubllrnns did utenl the flection preeinitInrrnl1 thould IK ninnly enongh to abut theft head unit ny uolhlufr If too party IK o mm I the Winer that It can beat another which haa every ndrnntaire without eiwptlon then the 1arty Iwateu In not wine mount to ndmlnlite the nttaln ot tate nud rhonld ont IN trnnte 101IhetIIIcom muted the frauds placed to their credit by tbe Democrats was to fool ish anti preposterous that intilligeni men scorned at the expression In the contest at Frankfort the charging Gocbelifcs failed io prove in one in stance not two nor a dczen but in one where a single Democrat was prevented from voting or whtre a single illegal vote was counted for the Republican candidate But that con test did develop the fact that thou sands of Republicans in Jefferson Fayette Jessamine Kenton and Campbell counties were denied the privilege of voting that votes were thrown out after being east that In Nelson county the Democratic county board would not sign up the icturns untilthey had been enjoined by the courts because a Democratic clerk had made au error intentional or otherwise in the initials of Gov Tar lors name thus endeavoring to deprive him of 1108 honest votes This was done and the autimtil editor saidamen When the returns had all been made and the whole Republi can ticket was elected as shown on their face the auumed editor with deep sighs and loud lamentationsthus addressed himself to tho public on November 29 1899 lint without multiplying wont to prove the vanity of any claim or utopplnx to lurelull IIlfnlnUbelrllll1 and Intimidation IbM havebnn prartlrnl nmlnt the ItenimTiitlr ntiiilllntn we might no well nivept themultHii now ntlmHteil nllnlll Helving nponthe iuo t annrnte figure at coinnifind frfini nil oupc It npieHn that leu W s Taylor ami the whole liepubllnm tkk el hare been elerteO tiy ninJorltleH ratiKliitr Ht leuM than three thounand There ureestrnr iiKnnt ilainix on both alden bnt we are iilrlnit the Itnatlon at we truly believe It ntnml without any Intention of mlnlendlng nnrbody No sooner than the contest had been commenced this same parisite took up the cause of the defeated and from his slums of calumnuy and Man der belched lorth upon the heads of the righteous invective neil abuse that his spleen might be vented Thi ii the true story of this inveigler and maliguer who virtually admits by the hypothesis lain down in the lid lowing excerpt that Btckham diil steal the office which he now holds If Mr Hetkhnm utole the office of then evt ry member of tho l irMattireIImornorI cldeil In hU favor and la whoe Inllnl pea ple repOM the utmoMt ronfldenreU n thief rhne- who wrote the roimUtutlnn which gnv them this power mart no of nciwlty have l n tiiiyen Yes sir every member of the Leghlature that voted for Mr Beck ham is a political thief Out does this justify your course These legislators voted Beckham Governnrnot because of any fraud practiced cgainst him but because it was part of their pro gram They had the power to do so and no court in all this land could reverse their decision They did this in accordance with their unwhollv fealty to Wm Goebel The framers of the Constitution were not necessar ily thieves because they made a pro vision for contested election They did this witha pure motive without thinking that Messrs Goebel Beck ham Cowould take the advantage of it bymeans ot a partisan Legisla ture Continuing this hypothetical ruse assumesI If Mr lletkhftin utitle the olDie of lorernor then JndiruTatt limn great n tliMnntholnruni tit for by hU ilciMcm be Mpeil to iiaia Mr IttMkhnm In the olhiv which be now holUn And be It remembered that Judne Tntt hi n IleimMI ran ol the ultra xtronir tind lornl tp Judge Tails decision was that he could not review the acts or the Legis ture though fraudulent as they were He did not help to place Beckham in the office of Governor The Legis lature did this and no court ever had aught to do with it neitber did the people The courts have said they were powerless to act and the peo pie alone could right this wrong at the polls by defeating those scoun drels who violated their oaths in the usurpation ot power Continuing his the oMiimol dilor thus concludesIthen our KMnlureH our court mid our Jnrlnta nn little lenn thai liiNtltuttoiid nnd HilvoentM of thievery nnd crime mid notwlthxtnndlnir they nrt up On thu trllinnnU of nil that I mt nod fair they limiiiie by thU arcu ntlon niece tonic to H political end The men roiupoNlnjr these In itltutloiiH buMn by the eoptenii thilr Moved cud trIIIlIlolh lire branded by the one whu xnr Mr Ihxkhsiu lulu bin ullllbworst kind of thieve Could there be anything more plainly demonstrated than tho fact that the author of the above was con rebus of defending a man acknowl edged ball to have ascended to his high position through political theft and chicanery So far as the legislature is concerned the people are patiafled that it is composedof men whi have robbed n man of M dtice They may not be robbore they may be saints It all depends upon the construction put upon their words anti works rho people know quite well the process by which Becklnm rose from a defeated candidates lot to that of the elected anti the vain efforts of the atnmed editor to cover the crimes ipertaiuing thereto by pleading the sanctity of the Legislatures end courts fall lint He cannot intelli gently and front n stand point of hon esty and sincerity successfully defend so damnable H course as that of the last Legislature that set up a mon archical government Instead orn Democratic in the State of Kentucky The most delicate constitution can lIOREIvoice anti all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and sec For sale by J H Williams a Nothing Beyond In the olden times when the Spaniards held soil controlled Gibraltar they stamped It and likewise stampei all their coins Nothing Beyond But is it not true that science progress and commerce and the great principles of Republican government passed beyond To day men know a good deal thi Spaniards and the Pharisees neve knew Today we hear the same cr we have heard for four or five years Free silver at 16 to 2 and thesi false teachers who follow W J Bryan today are trying to make good ctizcns Vlleve the anc lulse doctrines of four years agothat this greet country dont go beyond a sound money basis the whole country will go to destruction Thcs false teachers are trying with all their might to have us believe that the leaders of this government for more than a century have been play ing as children upon the science of finance and government They now threaten to interpret this year their creed and say Nothing De yond If we dont get free silver Like the Pharisees of the olden times the Bryanites have sealed their minds against permanent thought and judgment or enlarged views and as they think reduced their beliefs to definite XTOIllS And what are the Bryanite words I Imperialism 2 Militarism 3 Free silver at 1 6 to 1 There you have it Int this Phar iselsm And more than that ifon will but listen nnd red what they say now as they have snld durlnj many campaigns before tint whoever argues against their creei in larger terms arc heretics worthy ot stones There has sever been a time in t3i history of the Deruocrny when tb makeup ol its platform of so caP d principles were as wuik and rs hi fetched as is their platform this year 1910 Read thtir plafruns ot th pietd and h convinced Recently the Democratic cnnmilttti fhowed 23 States casting 287 elector al votes against free silver and 21 States cjstins 157 for it one snib ask what do they hope tn gnin The abuvc lt iluir own formation ard conclusion The silver plank is but a concession tu whatever tree silver svn timent there may be in the W st- And Mr Bryan hopes to sway th Democratic sentiment of Kvttrr Suites with his two otlur woids Im pcrlaliiitu and Militarism Mr editor do you believe that ex ceeding 20 percent ol voters who lire fr Bryan know the meaning of the first two woids la their platform Im leiialism and Militireism But sir the Bryan followers nteil not trw to put the issues of this campaign upon the meaning of those two unused words They put the free silver plank away down the line in order to deceive people But can they do it No sir It is now free silver on the one side HAIR +IW lus J J So many that g row the reason Hair needs help just as else does at times The roots re quire When hair stops it loses its ter It looksdead yi personshave is- stubborn anddullIt Whats anything feeding growing vtQor acts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The effect is astonishing Your hair grows becomes I thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early life is restored to or gray hair This is always the case SlOOabottlt All drunllt I I lava uifil Hair Vigor and am really utontihed at the good It OOO In keeping HIT from coming out ISla the Wit tonlo I have trledand I Hull continue to recommend It to mr friends MATT1K ItOLT Sept t 1808 JlurlioglOlI N 0 It do not obtain all the benefit expected from the use of the Italy Vigor Doctor about It Dn JOAYE1C Lowell Uut and sound money on tile other ns It was lour years ago And ngnln Mr Bryan will go down AS in 1896 The business wen of this K lotions country nfl not afraid ol Itiit riallnni but they arc nlinid of the 16 to i business Uryan knows that he cannot win this race on free silver anti so It was placed away down towald the bottom of his platform The people know that 25 to 27 ot their great committee didnt want free silver in the plillorni at all but Mr Bryan did and he said What have written I have written SetSome four years ngo W J Bryan was uppctmost III the history of so called Democracy lIe is now looked upon as its absolute lord and boss But let him and them say what they will this campaign is going to be ought out as iu 1896 anti on March 4th 1901 Mr McKinley will be re sworn H8 Picsident of the United States H C T Donfnoss Cannot bo Cured liv local nllllkan no they canOnS rM h the illiwHpMl tortl m of the car There only ono wajr ti cure ieafneac and that Uliy ronmltu tloAnl iviiKHlliK IHwfnmi In rnumil by nn In Itflniwl mndltlon of the innrou llnlnv uf the Ku turhlitn Tube Vhee thi tuba U inflamed JCMI batrii riiiiihllnK nuiiml or liiirfrrt Iwnrlnir ami wlwu It Ic rntlrrly HtMMl letfnea thrrmnlt ani unlw the IndnniutUHi mn tw tBVrn out nml thin tub riMorn In It DuriHHl iumlltlon hear lug will HS ilj triye l forrver titan AMN unt nf tiii are nin rl lijr CmlHirli uhlrli Ic nothing but nn InAdMml r IIUo lib mania u- rWIII glee liRe llnndrwl llollnr for nnjr row i f Ivuhiwn irtiniwlliy itnrrht that cannot I mrr l tiy llnirufnturrh Cniv Md for rlrrnlnni fm K 1 fllKNKY 3 Ol T Mu 0- 4iIl hy tirueghata ra Hull Knmtly iiIta at the 1t Drlck For Salo I haveJut completed a kiln of 150 000 first class machine made brick and 1 am prcpaml to fill all ordeis on short notice Patties needing buck for any purpose will do well to cnll on or ad dress meat llaitford Ky before pur chasing clsewhsiel Prices reason able Yittr patronage is rolitited tf E I HKHKING t The Time Comes to every elderly WOman when an Im placeThischangeDreadfulconsumption arc often contractedat this time McELREES Wine ofGarsfui strengthens and purifies the entire system brings safely over these Its effects have allICarJul e zoo a bottle I specialdirectionsvisory Department The Chattanooga Co Chattanooga I Tenn TfiemAS J COOPEIl Topelo StUfc 07111 tliter tntt rrii from Irregular and painful rntaitmillon arC docto no rST her Win t Cudul tntlrtlr cured her also helped mf mother throush the Cbaosol U- IILLIIOI CNflA R1 R I NEW THROUGH LINE BCJWCCN EVANSVILLE AND cIcaoIestablished for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Rvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mnttoon Champaign awl the road from Uvausvllle to Mnttoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services Is is follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Hvansvile 73opm 730n m Ar Chicago 7non tu 7onp m SOUTH BOUND Daily IJx Sun Lv Chicago 840 p in 83011 m ArKvansvllle 8053 ni SSIp III Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair cars on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent Rough River Telephone Company ltonnronATKD I Talk bring client nnd necessary you should patronize hoinu folks whore you outi buy your own phrii 4 build your own lines unil lit in Iu kill hatchets with I tIll wholo and business points jrourrnlly by only paying a ron onablu r nt to till Roitgli llivor Tc lf iljono Company or opollseifHartford Ky for particulars- We I connect wth til Indtoendent ComnanES THE THIRD MARCHOUT Under the banner of Cut Prices enc tuition is now taking place While just on the threshold of a new fall season wo nine closing the summer with a jomplete cleanup in till departments These arc to conclude the bargain opportunities weve been offering the last four weeks Prices are made WITHOUT REGARD TO COST Or value Everything goes it must go We cannot and will not carry over anything in Slimmer Goods Our stock consists of of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Gents Fur nishings Shoes Notionsetc in fact every thing that goes to make up a Dry Goods Stock You can get what you want in this general clean up sale SCHOOL HAS BEGUN And we want to remind every father and mother that we are hilly prepared to sup ply your wants for children especially in the way of Shoes We handle the cele I brated Brown Shoe Cos Blue Ribbon School Shoe which cannot be beaten anywhere Ve can fit them up in all theICapsFlanderchiefsfor school supplies WE NEED ROOM NOW And cant i fiord to have our store filled with light v eight goods so every money saving buyer can readily see his gain by taking advan 1 1150 of the low prices we are now giving Ijidits juul childrens Shops nnd Slippers hO in t Ii iireat cleanup sale at great h reduced prices Our largo lull line of Shu S IiI in and they cannot htAexcelled for lelressoi finish und x llrtucyof wear- TWILL PAY YOU TO EXAMINE Our line before purchasing youll find u highgrade line that others cannot ho compared with ithin a few days now our store will present an Autumn newness to you us our millinery stock will arrive and twill be time to talk winter wear and heavy clothing to you OUR FALL ANrTOUNCSMENT Will be the greatest interest to you as it youlf111lbuy it Remember in our clean Ut sale vvhnts left will go at small prices IKV mat vvhat the cost Wel Wo thank you for your past trade aiid trust you will make ourFal trade a very successful one Yours truly Z5 T CO LIJSJk UbC TIIC TELcp- fto4Mrnraottiroa rby the Southern Electrical Company NashvL11e TennAmi he convinced that it la the feer of Any telephone ON TIm MARKET We make a specialty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Iu Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter bust hart rubber Imml 1 Telephones With lotteries complite for 5Q 2Sf P 0 B Cars Nashville Write us for prices on nil material used in cmuecim with tho TELE PHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS VVe Are IeaQULt11ersh WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TI A Oll gUS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Darn Ky S Foriac11e and GentJernenThorough ciurccn in Literature Langiugo Music Art nul Itiuineia Excellent home Influences Refined ninl plersant iuvininments Eight years of iiisceiiaful york bus bOC completed Next session opens August 28 1900 1 VG KLnORNProa J H tM BAKNES Vice Trcs J iH l i e 4 i 4 1 T1J i IIWij it iM Si t err v7 + i TopMost in Value 1 P f BottomMost in Price1P hePa a grcn fJt of BARGAIN We continue until the P P 15th giving entire stock of Summcl J Wear at cost They must move We i1 P t need both room nut money for our Fall I l11 chasesPA uII LOT NO IOur entire lino of Slippers at 7fc 8125 and 8150 f i Child and Miuea Slippers Tail or nlnck40c fiOo and 80c P P OrgandiesPP moneyP LOT NO aHelllnant stack of Ladies Underwear Regular 10e P Vest now fie A tood Kic Vccl now lOc or llirre for J5c Gen A 4 nine Lisle Thread Veil limitul ijuanity price jOc now 25c or J 4thr t lIr nlicIPr f LOT NO I Ladies roiilyniade Linen and Covert Skirls A regular 8100 quality nuts SOc shad on latelt11lterllSII I I f LOT NO 5lntiro lino ot Meiii Linen and Crash Suits regu t1 yourPf f P PLOT NO li Will include our stock oi Blak and loin Pablo Linens Toweling Jeans Cottonade Canton FlannelsP e P Wool Plauneb Shirting 1rinU Ghighamt Pcrcals lied ComlortsI Hlaiiketi etc it 10 per cent less than you can buy j i I where Visit our place of liunnesi and wo will convince you by giv e ing exactly BB we advertise Pe THE EP 11uHartford Republican FRIDAY SUPThMBER 7 x =Illinois Contral RnllroadTlmo Table New tlnwrnrit taking ram Nunilay s one 2411 IIWO Hi niHH- IXorlli hound Ninlti Ilituiul Sit IKilur 4 Ii n m No tit darltde a m Nu IoIlurI M Ni 101 iltw rail I iii Nii Inlueepo Nilld eaWpu- Inset r right Nn Ill iliw7Mam Naletdn2aOpm- a IL 1AanaTeelgext- Col H I S U Wedding Is on the tick lilt th 10Mr yin Ixach Ctomwell called to see us Tuesday JI IMr the nlccft hulls in the city call 1nt the Singer officejp Mr T D Owen Livermore called to sec us Wednesday Mr W IL Carter Narrows called to sec us Wednesday R n Martin Crow well was In own Motidty and Tuesday MK M I Heavrln wns in Owens boro Tt sday nnrt Wednesday Messrs T I and W H Griffin are in fndiana Mtatral Springs Visit the Singer Office fur Ice cream eherbet soda water and lemonade What dainty little cakes you get with cream or sherbet at the Singer officeMiss Maggie Nail was a pleasant caller at Tarn RrironuCAN office Wed nesday Rev Kd Maddox Centertown will be in the pulpit at the Baptist church J Sunday Mr A H Riley Livermnre visited r 1 his parents Mr and Mrs I C Riley first of the week Messrs I S Allen and J 11 Stew art Baizetown made us a pleasant e1call Monday Mrs T M Taylor and children and brother Mr Leslie Cooper are visi ting in Owensboro Miss Ella Crowe returned biome Tuesday from Louisville accompanied by her sister Mrs Sue Moore + Messrs J A Park J IJ Davidson W S Tinsley and Frank Lowe at tended the Yerkes speaking at Cen tral City Wednesday i Mr Henry BTaylor who has been Ttllroadlngin the West for several I years Is at home for a short stay with friends lIe was In town Mon day vj CURE FOR HrtlrtBEl22M2 TT CONSUMPTION Waaln J ICol C M Barnett is in town Mr Sam S Cox made n business ttip to Calhoun Vednedeay MrJ M Holloway Roslre made us a pleasant call Wednesday Mr K P Barnard Beaver Dam was among our callers Tuesday iOh what delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet you get at the Singer Office Mrs Col C M Barnett who has been sick lor the rut five weeks in able to be out again Mrs Erin Miller and daughter Mrs Clyde Jackson Prcntis visited Mrs B P Neal Wednesday Mr Edgar Cecil Owcnsborowhohaa been visiting his brother Mr Sylves ter Cecil for sometime lelt yesterday tor his home alter a delightful stay in this city Mr Clayton Woodward McHenry who left sometime since to make an overland journey to New Mexico with an old friend reached his destination the 24th ultimo Profs K W Patterson McHenry Ozna Shullz Beaver Dam and Mr R C Taylor Prentis represented Ohio county in the Stole Sunday School Association at Bowling Green last week Will Trail shot and seriously wound ed Hiram Pike at his residence near Cromwell last Saturday The weapon used was a shotgun and Pike carries quite a number of shot in his body The cause of the shooting was due to an old grudge As yet nothing has been done with Trail The Hartford and Beaver Dam rail road company has been incorporated and the survey for the road will be made next week It appears now that Ilntttord la to have an electric road to Beaver Dam and the town lighted by electricity There is no reason why we should not enjoy these conveniences and should have long since U rtlP 9StopH taking Scotts Emulsion be 3f cause its warm weather f Keep taking it until you are A cured g It will heal ycur rungs and sumP liver oil mark rasy aond S I AU dru- cllb f1l See CARSON BROS I Stock of New Lrls-I Shot GunsRlfloBTargotuuns Ammunition for all Mr R n Her Rockport went t Tennesre Saturday returning Tues day He visited his sister whosi little child is quite sick of diptherld Quite a severe storm visited Cromwell Tuesday which blew W G I Tilfords tobacco barn down aud a tree across the colored schoolhouse damaging it considerably Corn was damaged to some extent by the heav y storm The Ohio ccunty Pair promises to be the best we have had for quite n while Its proprietors are doing all In their power to make the lair profit able and interesting It begins October 4 and continues three days On the account of the Owensbor Pair September 18th to 22nd the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at the rate oi one tare Tickets on sale September 18th to 22nd limited for return September 24th 1900 On account of Hardln county Pair at Kizabethtown Ky September the nth to r4tb the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at the rate ofone fare Tickets on sale September the nth to 14th limited to September 15th to return Supt Pon Rogers commenced his tour oi the county visiting schools last Monday The teachers will not be notified ol his coming so that he may inspect the work of each teacher in his everyday labor It will require about ten weeks to complete his work The Republicans oi Centertown are preparing for a big rally tomorrow night Mr M L Heavrln will ad dress them That precinct showed up exceedingly well last year and the leaders are greatly encouraged We may expect good results in Novem ber Quite n number ol speeches have been made by Democratic spell bind ers from Hartford to the little crowds which had been drummed up for them in different sections 01 the county Oi course they were all highly enter tanned but they did this last fall Gentlemen continue your work On account of Elks Exposition and Carnival Louisville Ky September the 17th to 29th the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at the follow- Ing rates September 17th to 29th 420 tickets limited to October t 1900 for returnSeptember lyth rgth send 26th limited to one day In addition to date of sale for return Claude Smith struck Renlrow Mich ols colored with a club at Fords yule Tuesday and the boy is not ex petted to live Smith was arrested and placed under 100 bond The trouble come up over tobacco which Smith commanded the boy to give him and the refusal enraged the boy when he drewa club and tell upon his prey We have been informed that Mr Charles R Barnard and Miss Ada Leach recently got married in the West Mr Barnard is a son oi Mr Charlie Barnard deceased and is well known In the county He is an energetic and progressive young man while his bride is a daughter of Esq John MJ Leach a very beautiful and charming young lady TUB RRPOII UCAN congratulates them and wishes them much happiness for their future Rev M M Hampton of near Cromwell died last Saturday of typhoid fever Ills remains were In tetrcd in the Green River church cem etery Sunday afternoon Rev Hamp ton was n man well liked and fully appreciated by his friends He had been in the ministry for some time where he had proven himself a faithful and obedient servant He quit the walks of life to join the band oi the other righteous who have preceded him Louisvilles second fallcarnival and industrial exposition which will be hld September 17th to 29th will be the most gigantic undertaking of the sort ever assumed by any lodge of Elks in the South or West Encour aged by the brilliant success of last years carnival when 250000 attend ed in tbe two weeks of ita duration it Is determined to make this years un dertaking greater in every respect The lowest railroad rates ever secure ed for any Louisville undertaking have been made for this event and it is sate to say that a record breaking crowd not only throughout the State of Kentucky but Southern Indiana will attend FarmforSalo Hive miles below Hartford tf mile South oi forks Centertown and Ceralvo roads contains 100 acres plenty oi fencing timber good Iresh water and i valuable mineral spring good dwel ling house and out buildings young orchard apples peaches plumbs and grapes will sell in two lots Apply to G R CARSON Centertown Ky CENTRAL CITY KY EDITOR REPODUCAN Sept 6 1900lIon John W Yerkes the standard bearer of civil liberty lovers of Kentucky spoke here yesterday to 3500 enthusiastic and attentive hearers His speech was logical conservative and to the point and will be productive ot good results In Mnhlenburg county in November It WAS all that could be desired lie handled the questions confronting the State in n manner highly creditable to any Statesman lie followed the proceedings of the contest at I Piankfort iq which the State was disfranchised showing conclusively that the contest was inaugurated to get not jutiae but cfiiec Ills argument on Bcckhams sup port of the Goetel law while Speaker was conclusive that Beckham was largely responsible for the passage of that infamous measure which as Wtterson has said is the fruitful scource of all our woes Yerkes will carry Muhlenburg by at least 8 o and perhaps 1000 votes SunsCRiuiiR Your best friend can give you no better advice than this For impure blood bad stomach and weak nerves take Hoods Sarsaparilla Marriages Mr Charles Willoby to Miss Annie L PierceMr W Bennett to Miss Clarlsa Furgeson Mr Geo W Furgeson to Miss Mary DownyMr Robert G Addison to Miss Liz zle Fisher Caleb Powers has been sentenced to Imprisonment in the State prison by Judge Cantrlll The appeal was grant ed and sixty days extension oi time granted for the court ot appeals to consider the case a Notice Having sold my farm I will offer for sale ati public outcry on September the 15th igooiuy entire stock of farm ing implements mv house hold and kitchen furniture a lot ol hogs a number of good work horses good mUch cows etc etc Sale to begin promptly at 9 oclock a m on my old homestead Terms easy GEO H DAR Fs Beaver Dam Ky TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT relieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons tail It is no experiment its sales increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts For sale by J H Williams r Eating and Slooplng Food supplies the substance for re pairing the waste of the body and gives strength Sleep affords the op portunity for these repairs to be made Both are necessary to health II you cant eat and sleep take Hoods Sar saparilla It creates a good appetite and tones the digestive organs and it gives the sweet restful sleep of child hood Be sure to get Hoods Biliousness is cured by Hoods Pills 250 Program Ohio County Teachers Association Reading circle work James De Weese conductor Method in educa tion Chapter oneOrville Bennett Chapter twonoW PattersonChap ter three Harvey Pruden American literature Chapter oneErnest Wood ward Chapter two J Ham Barnes Chapter three James FitzhughChap ter four 1 K Davidson Association work Conductor TJ Morton Ex perimentlng in teaching H HDavis What portions of natural science should be taught In the public schools Walter Rhods J H Wood and 0 V Wilson Literature in public schools Misses Louanna Ford and Annie Montgomery The above program it merely an outline of the work to be done It is expected that all teachers present will have work prepared and will take an active part in all the work The books for the Reading Circle Work will be at the County Superin tendcnts Office at least two weeks be lore the meeting so that all teachers may procure work Remember the time and place Centertown Satur day September 15 1930 The Asso ciation will be called to order promptly at 9 oclock a m and it is hoped that all teachers will be present by that time DORA EGinsov O M Snu- rTzCOMRADE JCom M H DcLonff of Bchuylrrrlllo N Y who served In Uomnany Vermont Volnnteera had other toes to battle with after his return from lato war Ho recently wrotoi I Lave used Dr Miles restorative Ncrvjne for nervousnoi brought on by the use of tobacco and too close applica Jon to business It gave me prompt relief without leaving any uopleasant effects The result was beneficial and tasting I teartUy endorse IIH DR MAL- ESRestorative NervineGuaranteeTinthook on heart and nerves tent free Dr Mlles MtdicalCompany Elkhart Ind THE KENTUCKY DILEMMA As Seen by a ClnclnrmtlJour nnllst Yerkes Commonaoa to the People Of Kentucky The opening ol the campaign i n Kentucky yrflcrday by J ihn W Yerkes Republican candid tc for Gov ernor shows one great issue before the people of the blue grass Common wealth It is with them to say Ir November whether the flag of the buccaneer is to be carried to victor y or the right of free suffrage is to b restored to them and retained inviolable for all time There is no possibl evasion oi the issue It has been presented so plainly that none may mis take it and is urged eo manfully thai no Kentuckian can find excuse to evade it From the day when forme Governor McCreary in charge of th campaign of Mr Beckham refused to allow that gentleman to meet his corn petor Mr Yerkes on the stump there was confession of defeat at the polls In November and a patent ad mission that the title by which Mr Bsckham assumes to exercise the du ties oi the high office of Governor o Kentucky is and always was made feasible But that feature of the cam palgn apart the duty of Kentuckian Is so clearly set forth in the admirabl opening address oi Mr Yerkes that not all the pusillanimity ol Mr Beck hem nor the shrewdness oi tactics oi thcpaitoi his manager Mr McCreary can obscure the question presented nor detract from its vital importance Like Rhode Island like Pennsylvania like Missouri and like othe States of the Union Kentucky has been tried in the fire of political pas lion and like her sister States hai come out of the orJeal unscathed and with the rightful cause of the people triumphing The conflict between the old court and the new court parties began in 1819 and continued with every increasing bltternessuntil 1827 The question then presented Involved the sacredness of private rights and contracts and their maintenance bj the courts Passion for a time swayed the minds of the people oi Kentucky Angry parsion marked every phase of the historic conflict and for a time It appeared that all ancient landmark would be swept away and the State given over to dishonor and to cons tempt Eventually there came UK triumph of law and oi reason Thi old court was recognized as the legit imate tribunal ol the Commonwealth the new court party accepted the re sult deferred to the majesty of the law stud rejoiced in the unullied hon or oi the State Of the final issue of that conflict there never was any doubt for In the old day the ballot was free the right of suflruge was recognized by all political parties and received the sanction and the protec tion of the judiciary It is otherwise in Kentucky to day Great and far reaching 03 the Issues were between the old court and the new court parties they were inslgnU Scant in comparison with the issue oi to day so admirably andconsisely presented in the speech of Mr Yerkes With the ballot preserved and held sacred the rights of the people may be kept it obeyance for a time but the time will necessarily be short With the ballot denied the right of free suffrage stolen public offices filched From lawfully elected candidates b the inlamous Goebel law all poser vested In an irresponsible Board ot Election Commissioners from whose judgment there Is no appeal it needs no prophetic inspiration to discern the pregnant evil irom whose surcharged womb will come the over throw oi popular government with anarchy or revolution in its train ol woesBut the battle for the restoration ol free suffrage will be won even as the battle for the preservation oi the honor oi Kentucky was saved in the ear lier years oi the closing century The struggle may be prolonged for the receiver of stolen goods In the shape if offices not only tears the loss oi ill gotten gain but the sure and cer tain vengeance of an outraged people people iree by citizenship by institutional rights and by n God given heritage and he will fight to retain his plunder Whether It was because Mr Beckbam is in possession of an office to which the people of Kentucky elected John Marshall or whether it was because he is assum ing to administer an office to which the same people elected William S Taylor that former Governor Mc Creary feared the effects of a public exhibition of stolen honors and emoluments is Immaterial to the great is sue in Kentucky The contest so thoroughly begun by Mr Yerkes is not for office nor for place nor for power The Governorship oi Kentucky high though the office may be Is insignificant before the question whether the people oi the State shall be reinstated in their right to cast their ballots freely to have their ballots counted as they were cast and the servants of their choice installed in office and protected in possession by the courts These me the rights which the Goebel law has taken from the people and which Mr fleckham then holding the responsible pUce if Speaker of the Kentucky House as misted by his ruling mid by his votes In filching Irom them prcfitin here by and holding official place to which another was elected Since Mr Btckham lun ten denied the rlgdt to debate with Mr Yerkcs on Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks The giants of the fuse must yeU l last to the continual blows of the luoxls nun When the human blood has become clogged And impure the little drops of Hoods Sarsaparilla property taken tufl fell time oak of Gad blood Jfood4 SallJa lI2itlqI I it was nlthogethcr proper for tbat gentleman to quote from the recordof tbetC entucky House to show how Mr e Beckham voted while the fate of tree elections was in the balance On the amendment tbat the County Judge an official elected by the people should be a member of the county board Mr Bcckham voted no On the amendment providing that the shouldrBeckeham voted no denying to the people even a shadow of representation on the county boards and voting for the Infamous law which placed their se lection in the hands of three commis sinners chosen by the Legislature from one political party responsible to no tribunal charge with the abso lute conduct management and deter mination oi the results of the ballots cast for public officials from the high est to the lowestand no appeal al lowedSuch is the record of the votes of Mr Beckham impossible of defense and especially so because he has at slowed himself to profit by the iniquity whose destiny he shaped in the House and made it possible to be enacted in to law The time is at hand for Kentuckians to follow the manly advice of Mr Yerkes and call into play firmness resolution and wisely directed zeal And It is equally wise for them ever to bear in in mind the fact that the campaign in Kentucky is waged for civil liberty and the restoration of the right of suffrage Let them finally as the Connecticut Legislature did in 1774 on the passage of the port act by the Kritlsh Parliament Play the man and trust the event to him who orders all for the best good oi his peo pIeIn his speech Mr Yerkes presents the issue as it has never been pre sented in Kentucky It is the temperate expression of the views of a courageous man addressed to a peo pre to whom even the attempt at tyranny must ever be irksome and into whose manly hands can safely be placed the redemption of Kentucky and the restoration of a free bR11otI honestly counted under the leader ship ofJohn W Yerkes Cinninnati Commercial TribuneiOur Groatost Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hathaway has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to profusloumethod of treatment for VeiicoceU and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent of nil cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to Isis treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of fire or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf o4aroni4tBears thetheKind You HanAhrajs Bought i IIofI Sept 4 190It gives me great pleasure to note so many changes from the Democratic and Populistt ranks to the Republican fold is only what we might expect after the commission of so many hicnous crimes as has been perpetrated in Kentucky in the name of Democracy Everybody knows that Governor Taylor was elected by the will of the people and it is also known that Goebel in cold blood assassinat ed civil liberty in Kentucky and then stole the office of Governor and his fellow conspirators the other offices I In view of these outrages many good Democrats and Populist are pub lically declaring that they will supt ConstipationI Headache Biliousness Heartburn I Indigestion Dizziness Indicate float your liver Is out of order The best mcdlclni to rouso tbo liver and cure nil these till Is found In Heads PillsS3 cents Sold by all medicine dealers u IIII rr5 An Expensive n Tip is the one which you cut off and throwaway every time that you = smoke a Five Cent cigar There is nearly as much in making this = end as all the rest of the cigar and yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts it and throws it away You get all you pay for when you smoke OldVirginia Cheroots = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smekcd this = year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents T icr r I r 1 eI I OHIO COUNTY FAIR =TO BE HELD AT = HARTFORD KY October 4 5 and 8 1900 The prospects are for the best FAIR in the history of the Company MORE RINGS MORE RAGES MORE AMUSEMENTS THAN EVER BEFORE Remember the first day is free for ladies and children W G HARDWICK Secy H U port McKinley and Roosevelt and Yerkes Among these converts I desire to mention ProfJohn D Oliver He was a supporter of Bryan in 96 but has concluded that the theories set forth by the apostle ef free sliver and the indorser of Goebellsm to be fallacies Prof Oliver is a man oi good repute with a wide circle of friends He Is one of the countys foremost teachersefficient and capable He now comes back to the Republican party and offers himself- to its cause with the assurance that he will not again go esttay As the public mind has been con slimed in State and National politics but little has been said of the county officers for next year I desire to suggest the namen of some good men that the voters of the county may consider them For County Judge I would suggest Superintendent Fon Rogers fur County Court Clerk our present official Mr M S Kagland and fir County Attorney Hon M L Heavrln We will have n big rally at Bafz next Saturday night week In tie Interest of civil liberty Missis U S Raglaud Pon Rogers and M L Heavrin are expected to be present J S ALUSti H Weaver the strollng bather chaigs ed with peijiiry has been hclJ over the Scott county grand jury o investigate Mr Weaver is one of the 100000 witnesses and should not be treated so cruelly for he only did what the prosecution told him to do Poor friendless wretch IiThe posters entitled Uncle Sams Balance Sheet and That Terrible Eclipse published by The American I Protective Tariff Leage are perhaps the most striking illustrations of the difference in conditions between 1896 and 1930 which have been issued i thus far in the campaign These pcs I can be seen in the rooms of any local Republican Committee or will sent to any address for eight cents Ask far Posters toG and H Ad Iress American Protective Tariff League 135 West 23rd Street New York o CERALVO KY Mrs Blanch Jones is visiting rela fives in Tennessee Mrs Annie Kimbley and Mrs Ida Baker Owensboro visited here last weekMrs Frank Whittaker Morgan 1 town visited Mrs Nourse last week Mr Dick Milner Rockport Ind spent several nays with his brother P A Milner last week Mr James Shugart Franklin Ky visited his parents here some days agoMiss Etta Milner is visiting her parents here this week Mrs Emma Fulkerson went to SundayI is on the sick listMiss Lola Crawford Nelson is vis iting Mrs C R Richardson The public school here began Monday Mr A W Bennet Teacher Louis NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor and AUntxxxJ CAre Impotoner Nlsht Emlntonf Lou of UIB 0m7 e waetla diseases CDOCt Ot MUtbttM 01 endAneblood builder Brlnn paledteeka malltsooperho6 1PILLSg25Owlth our bankable guarantee to ouror refund the money paid Bend for circular and coprot our bankable guarantee bond Neriita Tablets ezrRt Immediate STRNOTII Results nLLOW UDEL- lPoslUIJllaranteed cute Loll of Power Verieoceee Undeveloped or Shrunken OrtiuParesis Nervous Prostra lion Hysteria Fill insanity Paraljili and the Results or Ezcenlve U41 or Tobacco0 tom or Liquor By mall In plain e 81OO a 6 600 W our bankable parDUe bond to cure In 00 day Or monir paid Addra- ttNERVITA MEDICAL CO- CllntonJacRson Its CHICACO ILL Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN Ladies Shoes Having come in pos session of an elegant but mixed lot of LADIES SHOES at about half their value we will dis pose of them at the most ridiculous low prices They are well made and of good leatherjust the thing for everyday wear Call and examine CARSON BROS l THE GROCERS HARTFORD KY 1nn I LB- oWlinK Groin BIlin088 CollOKO- I Southern Normal School i V Vc tOJLQTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE HAHAOEHENT Ono Thousand Students Will bo in Dally Attendance During the Coming Year VCNDnKDS ol tli lradtngPaonut0XALandlloatrreuMime cf the conntrr am QtlDtlATtl of thew foltowlnJ 0011 Cltule Klocutlou and Oratory Vocal uilfiin55uAoSilLaw are Buslnrll riiorlnrflTffrwlydtlnRPenmanship Telographr sari Civil Service Any student who without curwill DAn the theeourntaM NOSKAL SCUOOL and pursuing anr breech or branches C0Urge charges We ivetwomonthutuition free wllb reryfly months br thellowtlns UrcenBuatno new wilt be ready for by tnt tint ol September 1000 l Wsureandmenikaeounuwabtedwhenyouwrite Catalogue Jree li n OHBKBY KrBnwLixa Krl W 1 T or o I fWllmlijt I AictabcFrcpraIionforAsslinilating liM the Promotes DlgcsUonChcciful ncss nnd stConlalns neither OpiumMorphne nor Mineral NOT NAKC OTIC 1vAadni1M172IYzr11ra JuSal INn 4rJQI1Bil4Str 3 d- ItiIrul MCtrimutSt Hmrmat InrJ r J onstiplionWonnsConvusionsFcvcrishucssandLossoFSLEER Tac Simile Signature orINEW YORK II EXACT copyor WRAPPn- Q J SPACE FREE II I CASIOR1A For Infants and Children The Kind Have Bears For Thirty CASTO RIA CCNTAUH COMPANY VOHH TIME AND practically tils ocean telegraph systems the cumference of Earth in longeriin the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowIfwe read THE CHICAGO RECORDwhose Special Cable Correspondents arc located h tvery important tily in the world outsidt or the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the t stirring events which arc shaking the nationsof wars and Iirumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment ofnwof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the i most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE RECORD t 3t4xl5Inchoot Europe on the rverc Ide will tw 10 any ua4res free nr I r tocoverAlldres= WORMS WHITES CREAM Fer 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies W qBuOXoC nor AXiXa DnCGClrXGrSIrep1ld bl JAMES F BALLARD St Louts n 4 YOURSTAR Star tin showing small stars printed on under sldo of f-W tag Horso ShoeIIJ T Good Luck Cross Bow antI T Natural Leaf Tin Tags arc of equal value In secur T-W log presents below antI may bo assorted Every man T woman and can find ewnothlng on tho list that they would It like to have and can JJ PREE XV fuo1- 1f I 4 Child Bet Knlle York led Spoon 5 Bali and Pepper Ret one cub quad i A rupla plate on wblte tnetl S- d French Briar Wood Pipe 23 7 Ksior hollow round One KnglUa steel SO I Butter Knife triple plate best qusllty CO 9 Kugar Sacll triple Plate best qiullty CO 10 Itol II Jf It KnIfeKeeu Kuttr1wo1iieI u lluicher blsde Unite Keen Kotter 6m W t512111 iut Set Men flcker Rukr i ii kilirV UaItAioelatIon2le1qutIltytWIs I Ils ueDDlue 1 tIra Tpoon utI50 Ii WtctuulckeIitenwkd udpet00 f 19 rifler good iteel backtaro I 20 spoonsbeltwi II 61 bIIl1co co You Always Bought the- Signature I of In- Use Over Years TMC NKW CITY R annihilated cables and now belt cit Old CHICAGO mulled fl i vERHucErtIrIQ1ti17 TIN TAGS ff tags Drummond mentioned child havo ft six rub Genuine RoGers KnlTCS Forks but plated Koo4s andf23 Clock51dar CID SI lIarometerb tnile 600W a Rsoiyer mntoflisUc double action ii t Tool Set not plsvthtairs but rent tool VOW tl vcrjbDdlon2O VO rsq Rinlngton IttfleNolflors11cJlhcr t0- a itfrllni AlItlull jewtltd injo 3J tItus Suit Cu 12and- omemndduriblo1000II Solnll Mieblue alit C with all- attacbment SJ Reolcr Col1i suiibr dLOO Wr145 SliudoUn CT1 16 WIncbrtcr iUi Iso iJn flto i ii I I ii iinu wJTgaugeas itWJ It SbOI 1111lammrlesa3r f40 RegIna Music Wi locuVllcooJ 0THEABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900Yf d 7 JifSTARI will Inst longer nod uflbrd more pleaaure than a dimolf vrorili OfOD W ollierLrand TMAI EJ tBEJ TSTI T I 4Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louis Mof I 7 s u i A BOOK TO MANKIND TABLETS AB BUCKEYE I r I EILTJ1BE t CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUOES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CCNTS JAMES F MURD Solo Pro rletor 310 HortbMala Street ST LOUIS MOE Hartford Republican I FRIDAY SElThMBRR 7I YOutUuder the Wilson Gorman law I which Bryan helped to frame and pass the loss in value of farm products was 4283000000 Uuder the Dingle law the increase in value ol tiiim products has bten f6 358000000 ARE YOU A SIINIR The value ol our mineral products m 11199 Wits 200000000 moie thnn in 1894 when UrjHU vets limiting tilt Wilson Gorman law Atoll YOU A UAILKUAD liJlfUJVE- Tlie ratuunds ot the country last year paid ou f77000000 uibie I III wagea than in 1895 when tile Gorman law which liiyuu tielpeil to make was in Jorce ARK YOU A RAILROAD STcCKIlOLIJHK ij The utt earnings ot the ruiiruada 01 the country were f130000000 wore iu 1899 under McKinley and PruUcttun tbau they were in 1895 unaer the law that Bryan helptd to mike ARE YOU AN mON WOflKER You made 6657000 tons ot pig iron lu 1894 while in 1899 you made 13I 620000 tons You made o Ions of steel rails in 1894 In 1899 you made 2272000 tons ARE YOU AN IRON MAN VvACTURRR You consumed 25000000 tous ol iron ore last year against 12000000 lons in 1894 and you exported 125 000000 worth of inanulacturers lust jear against 29000000 worth in 1894 ARE YOU A SHEEP ItAIRER Your 36000000 sheep were worth 65000000 under Bryans Free Wool law Today your 63000000 shtep are worth 246000000 ARE YOU A WOOl GROWER We imported 260000000 pounds ol wool a year under the FreeTrade that Bryan believes in Last year we im potted on 75000000 pounds Yont wool of whatever grade and qualit sells for double today what it did ARE YOU A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR In 1899 there were 2000000 more messages sent than in 1894 ARE YOU A POST OFIICE Eli LLOVE The postal receipts fell cff in 1894 A bile during the last four years they have increased by over 20000000 ARE YOU A hANKER OR A HANK CLttRK The bank clearings were only 45 000000000 in 1894 Now they are over 100000000000 The increase in savings banks deposits has been over 500000000 tince 1894 ARE YOU A PRINTER We buy two and three pper novo xhere we bought one in 1895 Met bants and all lines iT business at I ising tons of printed matter anti there are no printers out ol work ARE YOU A KASUIACTURBII You exported in 1893 rnly5t8 000000 worth of manufactured fronds Under the Oiugley law jou exported during the year ending June 30 19 o 432000000 worth DO YOU MAKE TIN PLATE In 1890 you were looking for a job The McKinley law made p new indus try for you In 1891 you mace 1000 tons In 1899 you wade 400000 tons and earned over 20000000 which we used to send to Great Britian ARK YOU A Still ntlLOIilt In 1895 you made n 1000 tons t LYQNS i iTIlonl I I a t MAIm t II LAXATPTEiSYEUPi NATum CJt1 ron i CONSTIPATION I Is made frim L ficctt extracts crt ivecetibles inl frut ccnbiini no In liurious drJr laJ h the bet pre I lIessllSkk 111111IIyourldrugglst I J An Ideal remplv for iiiMr n ni sag nJulU For sate by druggists all HOC per bottle It ron f3Ar 3S BTT llyJIt ilyIlicIlsylOtJohN I DROPSY u lays at leant twothird f all sir mptonis remov 41 Testimonials and TEll DAYS treatment free fill H H cprrwi XOMJ linT K Ati m fIs TIIII IIA1tl AM IIKAIIM1 sillritit atarrl1rH ELYS CREAM BALM ay and llesbIIl- C USC Contaltis- lt ItJ rilltlll d rUI U is quiikly nb ordtd Gives re let nt once It rrloblImodlmany thousand CAS CATARRH I COLD X HEADI pens antS cleat sell the nasal passages laB fliininntlon Heals and pro frU the membrane Ktitnre thf cases ol taste end smell Large slzo 50 cents at druggists or by wall trial ize jo cents by mail 28 ly llrollierxBO WnrrrnSl Xeiv TerM de Dr Hathaway Treats All Diseases lIla Method Invariably Cures All Catarrhal Bronchial Lung Sto- mloch Liver Kidney and Other Com ns Wcl as All Diseases and Weaknesses of Women In Dr Ilathaway i roost extetulvo practice coT snow it pcrloj of more than50euslIetIastxenenuod manner of discaaj of men and women and along the whole liDO of human ailments lie has boon uniformly sue iesilul Dr Itathavrayf method of treatment gels illrfCtlv at the seat of bloodPurIfIestho Blood neutralize tho volsoas which produce the diseased conditions Yearly ho restores to perfect IITltrTreatedthma Slay Fever Long Complaint Stomach I liTer and Kidney Diseases Piles Tumors Can cers Eczema and all manner of skin affections I Dr hathaway alto treats with thWomendiseases by which to many women are aflhlcted n ii Dr Ilathaimyaoflleeisr titled I andAppllanoeswhIch as well as the microscope no IIIs wotd wIde fame as an expert All of the medicines f used by Dr Hathaway tre compounded In his I own laboratOrIes under hit personal direction and alCciai remedies are prepared for each In dividual case according to Its requirements Examination 1SF hathaway has prepared a serltsot selCeJamlnallon blanks Blanks applylngtattmdlffercntdlseasei which lie tends free on application No I tot Men No2 for Women No 3 for Skin Diseases No 4 for Catarrhal Diseases No 11 for Kidneys Drllathawaymakesnocharrf Consultation for consultation at either Free office or by null i J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr llullmuar t Co 300 Church Ktrrvt NsaiiliI Tens MXNT10V Till PAPElt WIIKX WRITING h Last year you made 350000 tons and only 9 per cent of foreign trade Is carried in American vessels Think of what your tonnage will be when we shall have passed laws for the restora tlon of the American merchant marine as we shall do it McKinley is reelected with a Republican Congress AUK YOU A DOCTOR Illness comes in good times as well as bad but the bills are being poI more promptly now than four years ago and the back accounts are beIng settled upARE YOU A BARIIKK Those lull fceatds 01 bard times have been cut oQ and the happy pros perous man wants a shave two three and four times a wick now and not so many men are shaving themselves AloE YOU A SIIOEM KFK Those barefooted children of 1894 3 are wearing shoes now and the par ents seem to be having mure and bet ter ones now that they have plenty ol money ARK YOU AN KDITO1 The prosperous firms of 1910 nti doing twice RII much odvcrtislnz a theywere during the Bryan times nnd the subscriptions are being pain up and the list is much larger DO YOU KRRP A KlJSTAUKAfTT Kverytxijly who CHM In n tt stuuran eil5 more now thin luring the Irte Trade period and its three meals r day now instead ol two or only one as was the case then ARE YOU A C10THIKR OR HATTER The prosperous n521n will have good clothes and the old hut is thrown away for the latest stj le ARK YOU A LAWYER Nut so many suits lor debts but an Immense increase in transactions that peed j our services ARE YOU A MINISTER Your collections are front 50 to 100 per cent greater new than during tht Free Tiaile pirind Your church deb is Mnu pnM i fl and the mcrftshv fo youj charitable wnrk has decreased AllE YOU A JIKHCHANT You have more customers now than during the years of 1894 5 6 and your customers have more money to spend by many millions of dollars lORE YOU A CIGAR MAKKH Twice as niRtiy cigars are being con sumed now n were smoked in the Democratic times ol Istir years ago ARt YOU A IIUTCIIEIl It is estimated thit the nissoes are eating twice aa mtinh meat as they were in 1895 antI the wealthy art paying hall as much again for lImb porterhouse steaks and choice cuts ol beef AID Yor A IIOIKKIII PII A CIKIIK on A srilNl Ill It Ill Bit Nit F o hard now to get n position it was lour years ago and the pay t better too lm vor NtT w Remember the pour business of 189 1 95 and 96 Uvery theater ir ii the country nnd every worthy com pany dId nn Immense business last- S nson nnd the outlook for your profession was nevci brighter AIIPYlir ATIiACIIKII The colleges and ichnoU of tbr country have more applicants tliir can be accommodated and you nr petting better nay than you were lou years ago AltKYIIIMIAWNIIllllKKII Well your business is not jiut the flame as during the FIre Trade prrlml You have been busy taking in money unredeemed pledges during the last year or two ttIthan you wtie four years ago Are you not euninir more money Are you not spending wort Do you lint wear better clothes DI you not live bet ter Are yon not happt 15 yon want to fn hik nyiiri ri thVf Otrn Free Trade Ny li tlitre ir1- 1oubt about your vote Well Supplied nrtclderin renurktd Darkki h some ub de youngeh titembersobi congregashun hob been niakin fnu ob de size ob ouah bclubbed pea loans led I wants ter tell dtm dat ouah pastoah is strlckly in accord wif Solomon who said Vif all d gittin git ordah8tatiliu Bati more American I A diseased liver declares itself by IlIckIand constipation HEROINE will re rnmJitionIu I CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought iBears tho frfSignature of lJuittZi Boat for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache j to a cancer you will never Rit well until your howel4 are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with a grip or pain produce easy oat lOUt movements costs you just 10 to start getting your health back CASCARUT5 Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on ItI3ecvare of imitations Betting on McKlnloy Current quotations from sportingIcircles give the odds as on McKinley UiUilly about this time of the year the betting fraternity examines closely the political condl ions and makes wagers accordingly v glance back over the bets made in July and August during the past three or tour Presidential contests wilt show that as a general thing the betting was on a laltly even basis during the summer months and that long odd were given only ns the climax oi the campaign was reached But this year the men with moue to risk on the Republican ticket set I that it Is a sure thing and as are suit are anxious to place their coin on the winners of the race On the other hand even a Bryanite does not care to lose his good money in a hope less cause Hence the offers ol bet on McKinley at even money are re fused Three to two and two to ont are also refused and the only thinr that will tempt tbe tree silver advo cate is three ro one Even at this rate the Democrat feels that he is making a bad speculation and It is only the feeling that he owes a sacrifice to his party that induces him to place his money on his ticket This is neither good politics nor good sport But the chances arc that the odds will increased as election day f neared Philadelphia Inquirer I Sour Stomecli After I wni Induced la try CAHCA IIETM I wilt neffrte without trmn In the Louie Sir titer was ins veer bU ibapo sod my Seal uSed and I bad itomikcta trouble Now tine ISO tat CawareU I reel Ono My wife nainuo uMxt tbaa wltn benoBclal ronulu tot tour itomach dos Kuinuxo Ml Coavreu St Ut Ix uli lid j CANDY CATHARTIC TRans MASS MflJtTIIKO DcGOOdCURE CONSTIPATION Irflt Rdp tspp t01u NIii 5 T lii sin en ears Sold and piseinteed b alt iw Iu glstatoXILlTobaccoIlabI- iLLTMOII CN4t R I OF INTEREST T- OStockholders Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting at Chicago Thf llmitil of Illrwtom n t the Illinois IViitrn Itnllrond rompnny nt n iiiwllmr hti July IH IfKto mtuptod tie following pniuiilile iiinl reiinlti tlunIpnn the nroiiiininiliitloii ol tin Ilwtilent the rmolntliin inloptiMl Inly 110111 Httihiirltlnathi frw triiiipuitatloii of NiiHkhoM r over lbS Iom lIlTs Hunt In tlman ant ntnrn nt His tlun of the minimi invtliur ol nto kholiit ni wn n roiiiit1tHMl nml umvndtsl H o im to irnd iw follows 13sttii that until HIH further order of till Hoar thcrt1 inny lie iMioted tomih holilrr ci out or niorn HlinrcK of thit miilttil untO of tin llllnotmvntrnl liallro id timpani n nKlntonn on thdliookH of tbcConipuny n tUkct enultllns rmlIIInroiul ntolrt tll liU or lute reKNtereil ittinws IrChlniKo nml rvlnm 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Hrptviiilipr II tn tho inoriilnx of Hrpteiuber Z7 ICndlultkelhconcernlocIhe1atcnt sent request Patents secured llirouRli us ndvertlieil for tale at our eipenie Inttuts tuketi out ttlrouh us recelee specIal noJlre without charge In lire PATENT UKCOBD nn Illustrated and circulated journal consulted by Manufacturer and Investors bend or aamplc copy FftEE Addieu VICTOR J EVANS it CO Ptttut Atttrnsrt Evans Oullclnr WAiiHINQTON C C i fVialld rICmilie WU ri fi Pill isis hook ri i rent zs tSavKXKSiS 11 woil 1I08t Tolareo Spit Iud Smut e Tour lit Ani To quit tobacco eusllr nud forever ho nag cllc Suit of life ncrvu mid lunr tnVo NoTo lIilClho uterrIClr llutt mains weuU men troiiK Alt ilruuulitii lAJfr ri Cure emiaran Iced llixililct ninl aimpla free AiMrcai ilctllnu Kemolj lo Clilcaco rr New Teak m 3 HEALTn OLD AGE The majority of persons upon reaching middle age ami past Intl their IICCOIIIM weak ami disease that werethillitaluleasily culltrolletlill earlier life IItJin lie rOllstituUon loticr able to properly nourish the body and it becomes an easy mark for disease At this critical period of life the blood must le reenforced before it can perform its legitimate functions and rid the system of these poisons nail nothing no surely and effectually does ns S S S S S S strengthens and enriches the blood improves the appetite and builds up the general constltu S S S is time only purely vegetable blood medicine known Not one particle of mercury potash or other mineral cau be it anti it may be taken for any length hum I t any wa If von lmv nn old nmmiiiig sore or ati obstinate ulcerthiat refinicato heal or are troubled with bolls and carbnnclea try S S S IIt never fails to make a tick ami permanent cure of these pests If your Rystcni Is nut down ami you feel need of a tonic S S S wilt strengthen help you as it many others to a happy healthy old age iII S S cured Mr It Ilunteii of Kaumivlllc Va of a case of phyaiciansinalto and there has beets no return of the disease CCQ II11III 1IIIIIf escapetill uptheKheuniajternidyknownKrtnancnl If you are In doubt about our disease and will send us a statement of your case our will give you any Information or advice wanted for which we make no charge hookon Blood and Skin Diseases sent to any desiring it Address Swift Specific Atlanta Co S S THE IDEAL TONIC SAND BLOOD PURIFIER FOR = IS OLD PEOPLE 11 ot aria ChillsFec1 A ULJt i THE BEST PRESCRIPTION Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what i Contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct poporOns and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while lie Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist iUtcll you that Groves IS the Original and that lIother socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analyi of chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You arc not experimenting when you tLc Groves its superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States NoCurcNo liy Vriccoc Illinois Central Railroad rrrr ltr t and Most rupilar haute to Memphis New OrleansANSI AM I ITN I IUIAVSA TIXtN IliXHO AMI AIIMUIMV th IutiiiHiVnillliaM Trails with rat Cure lnllninu irrmwrs antI IV ilrsllnlig Thalr Cnnil liiiiljlr and Ni ii 0j4tn rnllmnH Tuaiht IH i00t isulAvlihevet F Iliriekv tgit aHi rllll- I thnouh In rnlllnrnlH vln Pts OrlMM and Ifw Simth Iiilltr Hnnivt Ilimti Ihmlil berth rnl fr rn lrutsvllle t tsm Yrttrs ie ais IrrIrmtollololollalI to California No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow- Blockndea Kntnrtlnliti IIrUo to i It HillhTrtir InK IlHwnmr A unit fur I r II It lAinhrHtr Kr 11 i k lie iI peSit jwn n r iiy ol the uslern HiiinvS vknillald whlrhU IPIII will inleT ttng Irllmlln norluJ thu lkutbrmn tern try It will IM iimlM tn yitii tnr On the nMlt- Dn1 I thirt Tasethsys cleat h month HnmeHwliern tibet ari m l l to uthru slot Sunthwratrrn iilntunt Sie4at ltlW U1oo tnritnrn within wiDtjHine dftjfl from date ot llbrrul stein cc arrsnmient A H UAMSONG P A cnT=J O = 1=== w A K ITONDA o P A 1 I ruuIll wci 0IOiio C 3133 ty nrnll ItnrrW T flwcn JnUo J 13 Utiinwy llvrrn liiirn T II Itlnrk Jultrr JnwI Aiulrmun lirk Ilimnn holbrook liuster uilnnloncri II II Liken Truntie Jury Pout S T HlcTMi Kh rm llnrtlord Ifiutr hhcrirtli j M lloikir IjIi llrntou J l Tnjlor W 5 j Tlnnlvjr 11unrtrnyceeflatt Monday In Mnrili nnd Ananut end ri ntlnnH thaw weeks und third Mondnjr In May nud NiiremlxT two uivl I enanlvIInrll I1 Miller Jailw M X tRig n rllrearlIonrt nf lliilnu Toiivini Brut Monclny In JIIIII nary Tnmilny nltrrniund Munilny In October I Otbvr OltlcemeN Mculiy Snrr viif II II lloml AkxnuDr KonNvIlK Ton IIlIrvoI rlionl HniwrlnUndrnt llaitfunt I W Hunt 4roner Hulpliur Hprliiffii attnn OnlArta II II Ttylor rrunwfll MarehS June 5 Set trinUT I nwinlHr I IIroo W A Itiinc IVntrrtown Kfliruiiry lMiy H- Du1 hi XoviiiiWr t IIICIOIT A Evans tonibrrl IhmmlirrO Inun It P llrurwi IlifonlMnrrli 15 JIIIIB It SIK tonilwr W llmrinlwrM lOut II S ritthiiKliDiinlv Mnrrhao Jnnn I Hi i i ti nilmrpi DnvnilHT illr- CllnlhIT W llnrrolt 11111 Ion W J Htiw I art Mnndn J II Drnnln 1rrntlx Jt ronm Allen Jlnfcoi I I Nelson llnlnr- dSlolllewo Oorvleoa M K rhnnh third Runlnjr In curb mouth nllln in nnd 7i in nnd fourth Kundny nt 7 n III 1rnvnr nintlnirnviry jtminee ilijrvrenlnir llor J C IVtrlo lIIlorIIlitptlit Chareh MiTTlmi htld nrniml Knnilny with mcinlh 11111 a III and 7 I m Iniyir InI nmreryTbaptlnyerinliiK HiirjW InKhnm Iaitor I Trn lrtn llnilfiril JH I Miller J H 111011001 II llnrdwlrk W II Muuiy Wmnlbiiry rintlcy U 13 ThmiM I I Town TrnJtoMU T illlnn J M Mlltlnuljf hlliy Tuvlir 5V Kurd 0 DWhlte Hartford C tt=n5itton I A O I 1i uuou Kond anuS fourth Weilnt by n itf i KnlRhU of Kinlty nuvlawconil anti fourth Hut j 1Jtoy nlKhl lltrttiinl LodtP No 071 It A Mason flint I Mondny nlulit III eitib niiiulb llouah River IxjJifoXo 110 Knlghl of Itbla mvtt every Tniwlnjr night Prexton Morton to t Ko 4 II A It hold nK ulnr niwtlnRii HUanlijrl for nr tKnmay In each month nictnlictn of them iertlTlodgni nn luvllnl to nttond nil inwtlnaii To Cure CoiKtlpatlon Fore er Take Ccnrela Candy Cathartic be or 150 I It C C Clailio cure dmugglala refund louSier I U poison Mr 1 KJohiiftonof lakahtarOa for yaraflhlcied I twnrRl S 8 A promptly reached the seat of the disease and male a complete cure plisIciam Co IS other pale SaiilhHtTTlftii It ulll only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all In a Cotton Belt Parlor 25 cents for a half day Seated in I large revolving arm chair with plenty of space arouindyou you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please you are a smoker you will enjoy the Urge smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladies wi in the splendid ladies lounging room with Its lounge andlolting arm and Its roomy dressing room adjoining can have meals In this car at any hour OU want them order most anything want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to cat It and you will only have to pay for what you order TheCottonlteltltthodlmtllnetnTcxM Its trains run throuthfmra Cairo and Memphis MTexu without change IMroel connections are made at In juoMlona for all parts of Tears Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Oar Writ Write and tell ui whore yon arc going and when you whit leave and wo will tell you wLat your ticket will rout which train Id take tomake tin tMt lima and connection mind wilt tend you an Interesting little lokletl IW lOIHil I L V lamlf e1 Psit ut ILL Alt fJLIcOWlUfir rist AlluHT woos ttO US tltli I FIELD SONsoz33 siiox x r=xosie TRANSFER LINE I=tvr =aT zxoa NC CcAV2= rIA- UBAB TFORD BY A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHIClES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED = = k 1U flST EXli- I G A11UU Ifl 31 YEARS 1 d lY 01 llvjrybJy nuit have a I thy Ijpr f S 1i1i1m i I jHS LOUISVILLE JIlJtlG ONLY POST t1t1tf Sjuth 5 jajJLA RATIJS- UiU injnth 50j 1 l Thraamonuii125Stc Twelve Montlu SlUJ COjlinto I Louisville Ky TiiistISON i Lw than II cent II dA11 TilE MORNINO llALD of Lexington Ky Thc OreAt Newspaper of the Blue lrass I The Most Ably Edited Pal per II the SoatJa From Now Till December I 1 Scad YOIt Name u4 Your Mooy NOW 5 11ONLY IsE r- I