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Ohl in D I aid 1aI1 iiahi Irunipt aid mrrtnl ronnMrrntlun given all luliess ntrutIto him lii lrirnilrnt Trlrihimr In nKliv C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW turroxit KY Will riutln tU irnfiwlon In nil tho runrUol Ohio unit adlulnhnaroahthsindeourt of AiiiU g11a t attention given t i fttrnwd to Jiubl ear lint In Io Atfji ninrthunw 4 F L FELIX l ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTI411111 HY Will nrmcllrrln th courts ol Ohio county nml ruort ol Immpt nitration given to all bailnM tntrniUO to bU run Dfllr In llrrald bntldlnic A C TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW HxirrronD KY Hal alUotlon Kltru to nil bolnrw ntrnit d to Ma cars Offlra In roarthonM J E DAVIDSON Attorney nt Law 1IIARTFOIID KY r w In Ohio and adjoin Knxntlni CiwrW nitration given to nil bul BfM mtrnitnl to his car- S P BOB- Y4TTORXEYJT LA W- FORDNVIIIR KKNTVCIiT- Wlllirwtlc bta Iloa In nil lb inert of Ohk ndndulnlnmonntlMinnilioartotAi iU IIIIlIlalOalln to collectIon JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTrOllll KY Riwrlnlnttrntlonirlrra to nil buihuc entrust rd to bin car ronrtbonM SHELBY TAYLOR AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will IrabU rollon In nil this ronrtiol I UblonlloI1olntlrunnllllnollourtnIAPI rnU Hprrlol nitration given to In bankruptcy 4 CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will rMU bl professIon In all the conrt ot Ohio and adjoining countIes Kprtlal attention will bo given to all entrnittd to bU ran CollectIons a specialty JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Rnrdil nitration given to collections makIng alwtrnrti Ac also Notnrj InWIc fur Ohio county Offlw north phd public square HARVEY W PRUDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW HAIlTKOnn KKNTUCKY Will practIce his proliwilon In tIbIa and adjoin OK conntlra OtllreJn UtruuLiciN balldlnR EP NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice btu In all the courts of Kentucky attention given to collections ecttlimmt ol decadent estates road cases and crimiNal practice lISle upstate Urlffln block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hU rolloa In nil the court of Ohio and ndjolnlnfc countIes and the Court ol Appeals l to all business CltD1nentrusted to IC building 0 R R WEDDING Attorney at Law t HARTFORD KY Will practice hi professIon In tliecoortnol Ohio and adjoining counties Also Notary Iabllr Southern RailwayThrough Soalhol118t- aWoKENlUOIYlENNESSgE South OAROLfNAAIADA3IAJVIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 04M Miles Three Dally Train Iletwiwn lonll- 1IIiad Islington Obwmttlon Chair CUM Trains led n and stilt Louisville fron Hronlb Htrret Union connecting with trains ol tbe Illlpole Central Uallrpad apd L H Itt I II It ForlnforiuatlonaddrDeaA 4th Are IxmUrtlle- Wu II TATtoc Aeilatnnt 111 A LooUrllls 3 U COLP Traffle Manager nmkimtontATcuOn1sasAgnt J fla a Vefl r aa atrcxra THE HAETEOED REPUBLICANS year BRYAN THEIR HOPE Filipino Resistance Duo to No braskans Promises Text of a Proclamation by Agulnaldo Proves It That William Jennings Bryan is responsible lor the prolongation the insurrection it the Philippines is proved hy H Ir Chili nun issued by Aguinddd June 24 19 0 iu which the i I vis an nrgto t i ntnue their rei s rr I n the prntienf i ideo nd TI II ill IJtmccifcl me iuccebrful I lif IIM Itcllon A tiMiriIth 1 thIs rttarnation iiiil rfjgi f lilt iiMmci t4s of Agul nultlo tue hiaihloIdlntiiPftthe nts t ck on Mantinwos nivin i lib Jhe War Depmltucft to day inc latter document riiptovts lire claim that Agninaldo was acting as the llv ot the Arntiicans No one about the itovttnraent departments would com menl upon them declaring that they poke lor thewe ell and thkt the government had nothing to say in labnration of them- ACUINALDOS IROCLAUATION Filipinos Tbe situation is grow- Ing worse Tbe bases proposed for irrlving at the honorable peace which j it desired by the crintry have been rejected Othtta nte king ret by the military authorities which clearly demonstrate that our independence Is very tar from being n fact unless we all united win it by dint of our reason and our rights protected by the val lant Filipino attny which is asked to surrender to tbe American Govern mentThese bases of agreement were reached in the meeting heM on June 2 1 last when they were leaddl cu ed and approved The tight bases were those upon which were to be founded the peace proceedings The idea ol the Initiators could not have been more elevated being originated as it wasby the statement forming the Na tional Council of Ministers bnt men propose and others dispose that the country shall have all the llbettles compatible with the natural exercise ot individual rights hut without an army of our own which is the equiv alent ot not acceding to our third basis which isjufct the one which we can dependon to win our independence which it Is seen the American Government will not concede apparently ignoring the fact that when the peo pie of a country wish it to be free it is free just as is the case with the people who are now desirous of exer cising sovereignty over us But it is deceived as are also de ceived those men who with more good faith than opportunity pretend anti ktep on pretending that peace reigns in our country in order that the light of liberty and Independence may not illuminate the four cardinal points ol our coveted territory as will be the case for circumstances are beginning to favor us TII8IR HOPR IS BRYAN Two elements are at present strug gling in the United States those who desire the reelection oi McKinley and the great Democratic patty which upholds the candidacy ot Bryan Let us calmly await the result which in all events must be favorable- to us for if the former ph auld triumph tbe eveuts would come to our relief HS is beginning to happen now in the division they are making of the army of occupation in order to transfer them to tile Oriental Umpire for if McKin ley is defeated Bryan will give us our Independence What matters it to us NotSleep Sleeplessness marks the very climax of human It it only a removed from Insanity When sleep noI longer restores struggle with disease cannot last long The point of the nervous dis orders which produce ill health and sleeplessness Is generally a diseased condition ol the organs Restore these organs to sound health and the appetite comes back the days work no longer wearies and slee is sound and refreshing Dr Mcrces Favorite Prescription cures diseases of the wom anly organsIl the drains which weaken women it heals the Inflamma tlon and ulceration and cures female weaknessThere no alcohol in Favorite Pre scription and it Is entirely free from opium cocaine and all other narcotics s a temperance medicine U My betu poor for rears and- I haloliadUkcn deal medicine bit did- ote no writes Mrs Rote Kennedy or- Bprlagbfull Adams Co WU Iiit August my health Was Tery poor I had no appetite and could not I wrote to Dr Pierce he kindly adrtted me to take lila Favorite Ftc- scriptlonI I took the bottle of the Prescrip one bottle of tile Golden Medical We amir and I reel like a new woman I Cure sick headache by using Doctst Pierce Pleasant Pellets I for if they will not condescend to give it to us we shall have it by force Do not take notice ol the words of Buencatnlno and Conteneros we have men of more valor who will fight and guide us without any terms in the road of our Independence We want tio peace unless it comes preceded by that beautiful banner which Is the one which is unfurled in the field of Transvaal Let us await confident in the justice of onr cause and it fortune should be adverse to u let us not forget that it is better to die with honor than to live dishonored SignedII RMIMO AcuiNAtuo AGUINALDO NOT OUR ALLY Aguinaldon letter of instructions disposes of the contention which has been made repeatedly by Candidate Bryan the renegades Wellington and Itttfgrew and the rabid antiimper ialists that Aguinaldo was the friend and ally of the United States until he was driven ftom that position by the action ol the United States officers and that the Tagals were forced into the fight that had lor its or ject the capture of Manila and the massacre of the American soldiers and citizens in the cityI011theit shows that at the time when Petti rew and others ol his like contended that the Tagals were the friends of Vmerlca the Tagal leader was advls ng his men and adherents to enter he city by any means possible even oing to the extent of masquerading is women They were to station hemsel vea at different points through mt the town mount housetops and brow down on the heads of the American soldiers burning brands arches dipped in oil hot water or any hlng that would carry death and uflerlng to the troops of the United Hates Then they were to murder nd slaughter without showing mercy rhlsls the humane and glorious eader who has been compared to itorge Washington within the past arty eight hours in the opening ot the emocraUc campaign in an Eastern tate The text of the letter as trans ated is as follows ins MANILA MAJSACRE OKDER Malolos 9th of January 1899 nstructlons to the Brave Soldiers of andatahan ol Manila Article i All Filipinos should ob erve our fellowcountrymen In order o see whether they are American ytnpathlzers They shall take care D work with them In order to inspire hem with confidence of the strength If the holy cause of their country Vbenever they are assured of the lay Ity of the convert they shall instruct betn to continue in the character ol In American sympathizer in order hat they may receive good pay but rrtbout prejudicing the cause of our ountry In this way they can serve liemselves and at the same time serve he republic by communicating to the ommlttee of chiefs and officials of our rmy whatever news of importance hey may have Art 2 All of the chiefs and Fill ilno brothers should be ready and ourageons for the combat and should ake advantage of the opportunity to tudy well the situation of the Amen an outposts and headquarters ob crying especially secret places where hey can approach and surprise the nemy Art 3 The chief of those who go 0 attack the barracks should send in irst four menwith a good present for be American commander Immed ately after will follow four others rho will make a pretense of looking or the same officer for some reason md a large group shall be concealed n the corners of houses in order to rid the other groups at the first sig al This wherever it is possible at he moment of attack TO GO 1UEGUISRD AS WOMEN Art 4 They should not prior to he attack look to the Americans in a hreatning manner To the contrary he attack on the barracks by the Sandatanan should be a complete sur irlse and with decision and courage Doe should go alone in advance in irder to kill the sentinel- In order to deceive the sen inel the one should dress as a woman and must take great care that the sentinel is not able to discharge lis piece thus calling the attention If those in the barracks This will enable his companions who are approaching to assist in the general at tack Art 5 At the moment bl the att- Ack the Sandatahan should not at temp to secure rifles front their dead enemies but shall pursue slashing right and left with bolos until the Americans surrender and after there remains no enemy who can injure them they may take the rifles in one hand and the ammunition in the other Art 6 The officers shall take care that on the top of the houses along the streets where the American forces shall pass there will be placed four to six men who nhall be prepared with stones timbers red hot irons heavy furniture as well as boiling water 01 and molasses rags soaked in coal oilp ready to be lighted and thrown downy andany other bard and heavy objects that they can throw on the passing American troops At the same time in the lower pails oi the houses wilt be concealed the Sandatahan who will attack them Great care should be taken not to throw glass in the streets as the greater part of our sol diers go barefooted On these houses there will II possible be arrayed in addition to the object to be thrown down a number of the Sandatahrn in order to cover a retreat or follow up a route of the enemys column to that we may be sure ol the destruction of all the opposing forces snORT COMBAT PROMISED Art 7 All Filiplioj real defenders ol their country should live on the alert to assist simultaneously on the side of attack at the very niement they note the first move in whatever burro or suburb having as surance that all troops that surround Manila will proceed without delay to force the enemys line and unite themselves with their brothers in the city With such a general movement so film and decided against the Amer icans the combat is sure to be a shoit and I charge and order that the lone and goods of all foreigners shall berespectedand that the American prisoners shall be treated well Art 8 All of our chiefs In the snbnrbs should spare groups of the Sandatahan who will attack with ferocity and decision the Americans within their lines attempting to sur round each group of Americans and to break through their lines This must be done if the nature of theI ground occupied by the Americans will permit and if the Sandatahan have the proper amount of courage and resolution and the more and intelligence that they show in theI moment ol the attack the more sure will be the result and the fewer will be their own losses Art 9 In addition to the instruc tions given in paragraph six there shall be in the vessels filled with boil ing water tallow molasses andother liquids which shall be thrown as bombs on the Americans who pass in front of their houses or they can- snakeuseofsyriugsoatnbcs ofbam boo In these houses shall be the Sandatahan who shall hurl the li quids that shall be passed to them by the women and children WORTHY OP A SAVAGE Art io In place of bolos or daggers if they do not possess the same the Sandatahan can provide them selves with lances and arrows with long sharp heads and these should beshot with great force In order that they may penetrate well into the bodies ol the enemy And those shoqld be so made that in withdrawal from the body the head will rental InI the IleshiArticle n It can oe taken lorI granted that if the above Instructions are observed the enemy will not be able to use fire arms because of the confusions his ranks as they would shoot one another For this reason I have always thought the rifle useless In this kind of combat for experience has taught me my dear broth ers that when lie Sandatahan wake the attack with courage and decision taking advantage of the confusion in the ranks of the enemy the victory is sure and in that case the triumph is oursArticle 12 At last if as I expect the result shall favor us in the taking of Manila and the conquering of the enemy the chiefs are cuarged with seeking that the officers and soldiers respect the consulates the banks andI commercial houses and even theI Spanish banksand commercial houses taking care that they be not seduced Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney TroubleI Kidney trouble the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has prevalentIfor a child to be born I afflicted with weak kidneys lithe child urln LO L al e3 ion nncn 1 1110 urine scalds the flesh or If when the child I reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a dlseasedcondltlon of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty fCrA cent sod one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by malllfree also pamphlet tell nom ot swauijvnoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper by the hope ol plunder As if God- fees this he will reward us and the- I foreign nations will note the order and justice of our conduct I charge- that In the moment of combat the officers soldiers and whatever ptrlotll- take part inthe struggle will not for get our noble sacred and holy Idea- IIbtrty and Independence Nellhtr- will you forget your sacred oaths an immaculate banner nor will you furs get the promises made by me to th civilized nations whom I have assure that we Filipinos are not savages nor theives nor assassins nor ar we cruel but on the contrary that we are men of culture and patriotism honorable and very humane Above all I expect that you will respect the persons and goods of pi vate persons of all nationalities in cludingMhe Chinese that you will treat well the ptisoneis and grant lIf to those of the enemy who surrender And that you will be on the shar lookout for those traitors and emenlltll- ho by robbery will seek to mar ou victorySigned EMILIO AGUINALDO TRIAL TREATMENT B B B FREE Cures Blood Poison Scrofula Eczoma Rheumatism and All Blood Troubles The Botanic Blood Balm 0 B B treatment for impure blood and disease is now recognized as a itkinI nnd certain cure for the most stages of cancer eating sores eczema itching skin humors scabs or scales syphilitic blood poison scrolula ul pimplesbollsor back swollen glands risings and bumps on the skin rheumatism or catarrh or any form of skin or blood Diseases Men women and children byBotanicblood and expelling the germs and systemleavingand rosy with evidence ol pure rich blood No suflercr need longer des palrhelp Is at handno matter mayhaveB B B cnres permanently and quickly To satitfy the doubters we will give to any sufferer a trial treatment absolutely free so that they may test this wonderful remedy B B B Botanic Blood Balm sold by all drugstores with complete directions for home treatment forg per large bottle Foriree trial treatment address Blood Balm Co 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga and Trial Treatment sent at once Write today DescribeI trouble and free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimonials of cures by using Blood Balm thorough y tested for 30 yearsITo Cure Constipation Forever tSoItp gm O uX IS T OX3L X flL Bun to 0itt Kind You Have Mans BrojU Slgnttsra Icf Chronic Nasal Catarrh poisons ev cry breath that is drawn into the lungs There Is procurabe from anyI druggist the remedy lor the cure of this trouble A small quantity of Elys Cream Balm placed into the nostrils spreads over an inflamed and angry surface relieving immediately theI painful InOamatlon cleanes heals and cnres A cold in the head vanishes immediately Sold by druggists or will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York p EASE AND DISEASE A Short Lesson on the Moan Ing of a Familiar Word Disease is the opposite of ease Webster defines disease as lack ol ease uneasiness trouble vexation dltqulet It is a condition due to some derangement of the physical or ganiam A vast majority of the die else from which people suffer is due to Impure blood Disease of this kind is cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood Hoods Sarsaparilla cures scrofula salt rheum pimples and all eruptions It tones the stomach and vitality to the whole body It res verses the condition of things giving health comfort and ca ia lace- of disease- S S Beantha A II Mil Yon Have Always BougM srSlow IAre Your Kldneye f Dr Ilot b Pill care all kidney this Para pie re Add BterlW Hemedr CoCblcaxo or M V Fond The dog you sold me yesterday would have eaten my little girl up this morning if she had not been rescued But you InsUted on having it dog that was fond of cbUdrenNew York World IYou may bridle the appetite but you cannot bridle the liver to do its- I work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then witha dose of HKRBINB the best liver regulator Price 50 etc For I sale by J II Williams I NOW LEAD THE WORLD I The United States as a Creat I Banking Powor 0Increase of Over Three Ellllon Dot I tars In Ton Years Uoitded States Mr outsttlpes England and aeIsdcompleteing his annaul report ou the Sateseand has made exhaustive Investlga tions into the resources and stntus of the banking business of the country The repolt when made will show that this United States dominates all otherU countries and especially leaves Eng land far behind b3nkeing power ol the United States which issuep5000000000 wasrequal to 14 500000000 The latest available compilations show that the United States banking power has in creased within the last ten years to 663000000 while that of England amounts to 1463000000 or an equivalent of 7000000000 giving to the United Statcs a totalol zoo I 000000- I Controller Dawes statement will reveal a smaller number of banking failures than the average and a tre mendous gain in the banking facili I ties But a feature will be the large Increase in bank circulation The largest statement of bank or ganization applications received and approved from March 14 to August 31 made public to day shows like wise an unprecedented increase in banking facilities and distribution of all circulation Of banks with capU talless thad 50000 applications to the number of 343 have been ap proved while banks with a capital of 350000 or over have been opproved to the number of 109 p a NVCCEvOflTII JNowZN1 40 rear nucrtiulu theKoutb prom hughes Tonic a Trent ivmrdy for Chills end all Malaria trytA p FREE BLOOD CURE An Offor Proving Faith to Suf ferors Is your Blood Pure Are you sure of it Do cuts or scratches heal slow 3 Does your skin itch or burn Have you Pimples Eruptions Ach- Ing Bones or Eczema Old Sores Dolls Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale II to purify your Blood at once with B B B Botanic Blood Balm It makes the Blood Pure and Rich heals every sore and gives a clear smooth healthy skin Dcepseated cases like ulcers cancer eating sores Painful Swell- Ings Blood Poison are quickly cured by B B B made especially for all obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B B drains the Poison and Ho mors out of the Blood and entire sys tem so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else fall Thoroughly tested lor 30 years largebottlesthe bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and tree medical advice given YOUNG MBN VAWFEDwithair education and good character to leatn Telegrahy Railroad accounting and typewriting This is endorsed by all leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable institution ollisi kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term opens August isth Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky p A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation HEROINE will re store the liver to a healthy condition Price Soc For sale by J H Williams John W Yerkes civil liberty can dldate for Governor and Mr fleck ham fraud and force candidate lor the same office have fired their open- Ing guns and the thirteen Inch Amer ican gun of Yerkes has made the pop of Mr Beckhams o damp Chinese fire creckerExI Educate Your loreverlOoa I Program Ohio County Toach ors A atlonIReading circle workJames De Weese conductor Method in education Chapter onCi Orvllle Bennett Chapter twoH W PattersonChap ter three Harvey Prudcn American literature Chapter oneErnest Wood ward Chapter two J lIam Barnes Chapter three James Filzhugh Chap ter four J E Davidson Association work Conductor T J Morton Px perlmentlng in teaching H HDavis What portions of natural science should be taught in the public schools Walter Rhoads J H Wood and 0 V Wilson Literature in public c Z k IF You WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty 0 FRIDAY CalomolQulnlno LAXATIVE ATTOIWEy Could OAS1OnXA CATARRHtThousands Suffer From It and DoI Not Know It Hon A T Wlmborly Collector of the Iort of New Orleans La And member of the National Republican Committee In writing of Peruna says uuulI s wumoorly N Fernns Drug MTg Co Columbus O Gentlemen I haTe used Peruna and can gladly recommend It as being all you represent I wish that every man who Is in need of a good tonlo could know of it I would advise all such to take It now and am sure it would never be regretted A T Wimberly Fernna Is an internal remedy a tclentlflo remedy for catarrh It cures catarrh wherever located IU cures last Pernna gives strength by stop ping waste By saving the mucus It en riches the blood By cleansing the mucous membranes it preserves the vital forces schools Misses Louanna Pond and Annie Montgomery The above program Is 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 Rwidlng Circle Work will be at the County Superintendents Office at least two weeks be fore the meeting so that all teachers may procure work Remember the time and place Centertown Satur day September 15 1900 The Association will be called to order prompt ly at 9 oclock am and it is hoped that all teachers will be present by that time ComOp II WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is perfectly harmless and wllLremove every worm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 2S etc For sale by J H Williams Tho Reasons Why There are several reasons why the Republicans eserve success by nomi nating President McKinley for a sec ImOlthas followed the adoption ot McKin Protective Tarifl Another reason is that during the year which ended June 30 over 430 000000 worth of the products of eXpoltIprosperity exceeds that ever erjoyed by any othernation- Another I reason is that the commerce of the United States for theI current year will amount to 2300000000 Of that amount estimated 1400000 will represent constant dialn of mucus front the IA is known as systemic catarrh may occur from any organ of the body Systemic catarrh is more corn mon In spring and summer than in the winterDr Rachel A Magaw 67 West Jeffer son Street Springfield Ohio Your Poruna is worth its weight in gold I fool like a new woman I cant praise It enough I spent a great deal of money on doctors but nothing over did me any good until I sent to you and tried your Peruna 1 now feel well of the catarrh Ralph W Chnllp ot La Porte IniL says the following us regards Peranf ULvcatarrh for tho- pasttlgbtyaafl I became so bad a year and a halt ago that I took treatment IronS two different specialists on eatarrb Tho ilkchargo tram j my head was Ireadfnl Fin ally my atom sell becamo affected antI eight months ago I had to quit work I lost is weight from lid pounds to HO I WM completely discouraged I procured a bottle of Peruna and had not talon half the botUe when to my joy and surprise I began feeling better My head began to got better the discharge began to dry np Ikept on and bars now taken two bottles I hare resumed my work have agood appetite and have not felt better in ten years I am now 80 and I thank Perana for the way I feel today For free book address Dr Roitaaiv Columbus Ohio our exports to other countries an average of a little over 3835616 a day for the entire year Another reason is that the financial bettcrIvanclngand Increasing every day The wonderful prosperity of the country therefore gives no lreaeot for a change but on the contrary admonishes the people to stand by the man whose enlightened policy has brought the country to a state of prosperity never attained before so that a continuance of good times may be vouchsafed the people its all parts of the country Buffalo News S S The Democratic State chairman of Michigan claims to be embarrassed by the prosperity of the country Tlis embarrassment Is in the right quar ter thanks to McKinleys wise ad ministration and the supremacy of the Republican policy of Protection The prophets of calamity are in the dumps because the country is not barrassedSan Francisco Chronicle TABLERSBUCKnYEPIUSOINT MEN relieves the intense Itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons lair It is no experiment its sales Increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 eta For sale by J H Williams Nono to bo Married TesWene there any marrying men down at the shore JessYes it was awful aggravat ingTessAgravating Jev Yes there four ministers and two justices of the peace there Philadelphia Press 1 i ifI t t VARICOCELE STRICTURE Noothftdlue Is moa as Varleocele Aalt tuUdam wttlt the zuutrlttou of the tmrLVTVproduces emlutous loss olaelll1I through tke- urlnedec3y or tho loIn aching In the back ecxvousuudu poadeacr bashfulness palpitation of the heart conitlpatlcu and a combination ol M these melts In complete Mnnbood Tbontands ofTonne sad middle n ared m n are troubled with Stricture If you have reiton to belln yoi are Ii attlictcd wlttt It dont nevlect It It wilt roloToo Dont let doctors eipcrlmiat H onyoabycuttIustretcblug or tearIng It Out Now altliodTreatmfltdlss- olyetbastrlcturetlesue hence It disappears and can never return W care Varlcocele and Stricture without operation or of time The treatment may be I skim at home privately Send for our Ym Illustrated Book on VarUocclc U atrleture and GIn We guarantee to Cure or No Pay f Kidneys Bladder G All sexual complaints affect these organs hence the kidneys are a source If of disease have you achlne or weakness over the small ol the back tendency to 11 urinate frequently dopalilin urine coldness of hands or feet a drowsy feeling tmwl the mrulnr neglect your kldneje Our New Motliod TreatmatIi gnaranteea la cure say disease IbCM organs or no pay 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a vast storehouse of valuable Information arranged a convenient form for hand eye and mind Ills more widely used as standard authority than any other dictionary in tho world It should bo in every Also Vcbtters ColfccUte with a Scottish jVe Glossary etc trot class n quality second class In size 4 jt MERR1AH CO 1 A A I Tviir Hartford Republican t FRIDAY SEPTRMfER 14 FON and LON ROGERS Editor TlophoaooululI CSo LL IHUII frldayibu tae Hartford Pub Co tntorporatta entred jl Hartford postolfici it secondclass mil mattes REPUBLICAN TICKET won inrsiDixT win S tolCsl301 Ohio ton VICE PltENIUKK- TIlioedcr UocooTolt 01 Mrw York roil UOVEIIMIlt oho W =00Ml llojle Connly 1 OIL eerOIIFS- SS J TeL nretkrnradgo Lou lily THE stump suckers are telling the people of the country that Beck hams title was confirmed signed Rod ratified by four different court overj word of which is as faUe as the charge that Republicans stole the election last fall Gentlemen you shouldcon fine yourselves to the truth awl abov all be gentlemen not vagabonds AnEn reading Mr Yerkei speech at Bowling Green and the essay of Master Cripps Beckham at Hendei son one might well conjecture why McCrcary doesnt remove his little Joy Blue to Tennessee or elsewhere 1 until the election is over He should by no means be allowed within one hundred miles of Yerkes HONEST Democrats you should ask yourselves this question before voting fur Bryan What business had he in coming to Kentucky and asking you to support a man whom we had repudiated for his lawlessness In our opinion a man is unworthy an honest maps vote who urges his fellow citizens to support fraud fore and thievery in politics This Mr Bryan did in Kentucky MR YintKta had five thousand people to hear him at Mayfieldwhere Goebel opened his campaign one year ago Tho speaker was enthusiastic ally received and his welcome was royaland imputing Western Ken tucky wi repudiate Goebelism by giving Mr Yerkes the largest vote ever given n Republican iu that sec lion There is no doubt about tJe election The only question is what will Mr Yerkes majority be Joint ti IliiEA reported to the Louisville papers that he was assassinated with rocks in Morgan town last Monday night This is the second time John Rhea has been assassinated at Morgautown and why this Because he is a noted dreamer a falsifier and a calamity breeder John Rhea is a noted blackguard in his public speechesis very much over bearing No confidence is placed in his report while most all believe it to be one of his lies MR BRYAN is being reminded by national politicians that he camu to Kentucky last fall and gave his great Democratic weight towards destroy ing popular government It is very clear that Mr Bryan lode not practice what he preaches lie does not believe in governing without the con sent of the governed yet he tele graphed hit congratulation to Vm Uoobel on his overthrowing popular government in Kentucky Bryan is political fakir unfit and unworthy thtj confidence of the intelligent voter GobeUui and Bryauiaui are xtenchc that should not permeate Americana nosh o e WE note that the heaver Dm Gleaner U out indorsing what is Cira luonly irnijd OiJwlbm in thii Stale Ivery man in tlii c mnty Is privilege I lo think and d a for him self the Gleaner nut excepted so our friend proclaims hirn ell a Demo crattry range indeed How Mr Holt can sacctbn Gosbelisra and the robbery of last November we do not protest to know We know that every intelligent man knows that what has been dune in the name of Democracy in Kentucky is allrot yetourcontonipDrary assumes to be long to that cass But really does any one suppose that the Gleaners changing will amount to anything TUB struggle for civil liberty in Kentucky continues while the efforts of the despots and desperadoes to en slave the people continue also The bulk of intelligence is on the side of the people which will ultimately prevail The first battle for civil liberty was won by the people but under the forms of law this victory was overthrown by a man who claims to be a friend of the great common people and whose last injuncfion was Tell my friends to be true to the great common people It is indeed strange that such words could or would come from one who caredso little for the decrees of the peoplebut we are toM tbat these worda aro the w mis of William Goebel PRESIDENT McKlNLEVs letter of acceptance is u plaster piece of States manship It is unlike Mr Bryan watered block every dollar of it is in gold Mr Bryan failed to mention f teailvtr in his speech of acceptance yet he refused to accept the nnmiiu ti an except the Chicago conventlou- WIlS explicitly endorsed President McKinley tokes up the money question and discusses it thoroughly as he does every question that he considers Bryans hobby this year is imperial lira while four years ago it was free silver orIObust Four years ago we heard nothing but hard times and sinpboufce to day we have neither Everyman can get employment it hI wants it anda dollar is worth 100 teals any where GOVERNOR TAYLOR was greeted by- a large Indiana audience at Kokomo recently The Kokomo Tribune thus sums up the offense that Governor Taylor has committed which caused his ostracismThe only offense which Governor Taylor has committed was to be clearly and fairly elected by the people of Kentucky to the highest office in their gift This is all the charge against this man except by the rabid partisan who seeks to blacken and ruin his character by reason of his election Will the people eu dorse these defamers of human char acter by voting for Goebelism or will they rebuke them by voting for John W Yerkes They certainly will give Beckhara the black eye and the whole shooting match as well I POOR old Joe Blackburn has been pushed oil into oblivion by the Goe belites and is now dead politically though he was elected United States Senator by that rump Legislature Joe has long since deserved political death which is now his He is that dear friend ot Mr Sanford whom Goebel killed against whom he brought suit for the widow in the sum of 25000 but on becoming a candi elate for Senator and seeking the influence of the murderer persuaded the poor unfortunate widow to with draw the suit and now this wife ol Sanford is in the asylum a raving lunatic She was once the queen of a happy home destroyed by Goebel aud Blackburn If Kentucky over had cause for rejoicing over the political death of any man it certainly Blackburn DAVE SMIVII said in his speech Hartford that he saw the militia litI the streets in LouiSVIlle during election hours which he know was a wilful lie and now the local politicians- are preaching this stuff to the people of Ohio county All these gentlemen know that this statement ot Mr Smiths is a lie out of whole cloth yet they accept it cram their beads full of such campaign stuff then de liver it to the countrymen who look I t I them for political light Mr Smith had an apportuuity to go before the contest board at Frankfort and make oath to this statement yet he didnt do it His party failed to prove such with a hundred witnesses and yet this lieing braying ass from LaRue crams this into the Democrats of Ohio county IT is very humiliating that men will allow their passions to get the better part of their natures and allow their rartiaauship to outstrule their manhood At McIIenry Mr Goebel told the people he was going to be Governor that the Republican might do the oting but the Democrats would do the counting Good mien heard this man utter these de moniac worth an l made oath tn came Many more heard it aud would do likewise Yet others heard the same nr should have and in the hnur ol blind passion and rage made oath that no such words were uttered Those gentlemen rl MiHtury Render and Williiuna Mines will rurucra ber this when liny come In cast their hallptB iu November IVy will remember that trio integrity mud veracity of their fellow cit zns were questioned without cause Itwill bo no surprise to the thinking man if 1001majoritydo itIN another column will be fund aI card from Senator R M Jolly Republican nominee for Congress ini this District Mr Jolly hat Frank 1I81ayI while he is in the struggle to repeal the infamous Goebel law which Mr Smith defends The voters of the Fourth District will bear in mind that Dave Smith was the campaign manager of the Goebel escapade in which the will ot tba people was overthrown lie was an ardent supporter of all that the monstrosity of Goebeliam stood for He was a defender of the defenseless and now asks the good people to indorse his works by supporting him for Congress Such a man is wholly unworthy the vote of any gentleman Mr Jolly is a gentle man against whom there can be noth fog said He has labored zealously in the struggle for the restoration of the ballot and fully merits the confi r c dance and support of every lover 6 of liberty Thofco are Desperate Fellows lirerthe interest of those who have committed grand larcency against the people of the Commonwealth regarded as truthful gentlemen by many who are misinforming their hearers for no other purpose than to cover their black deeds of infamy anti the outrages against the ballot We are surprised that gentlemen will prevaricate falsify andmisrepresent the truth when they know it The accursed deeds of the accursed will hI defended in most cases by their brother accursed In imparting righteous knowledge these men should bo excused from tho list because their deeds are evil How did Mr Beckham get his sent First ho got it through and by the acts of the Legislature and iu no other way did he get it He was tie featedat the polls by the people but unfortunately had his majority of the Legislators under his control He instituted contestin which he prayed hit heirlings to disregard the vote ot the people and declare him elected The Legislature said certain men should sit on the c urtest committee and they did sit aud after they had eat for thirteen days they refused to hear any further evidence absolutely refusing to hear one word of testis mony from Kenton county where innumerable frauds were committed but without giving any reason or showing in a single instance where the Republicans had committed fraud declared that Wm Goebel aud J C W Beckham were elected Governor and Lieutenant Governor respectively After this declaration had been reo ileclarcd the third time these apostles of political duplicity and Irani demanded the offices which the peo pie denied them and Gov Taylor and Lieutenant Governor Marshal carried the case to the courts Judge Emmett Field was the first jurist ap pealed to who refuted to raise his hand to stop the thief stating that the frauds of tie Legislature might be ever so flagrant ho had no power to stay the hand of the conspirator that the Legislatures acts could not be re viewed but never one time stated tbat Mr Beckham or any of his clan were elected and the man asserting to the contrary is either an ignoramus or n willful falsifier From Judge Fields decision Mr Taylor took his case to Judge Taft who said he could not review the acts- ora Slates Legislature but was of opinion that the Supreme Court would take up the case This court likewise said its jurisdiction extended not Into States affairs tbat this was a matter for the people themselves to nettle and not theirs No court has ever justified the acts of the Legislature in declaring Goebe Governor and no Democrat of fair less and intelligence has or ever will say that it has We are sorry that there are men in the Slate andes pecially men in this county who are so lost to every sense of justice honor and true raalineas that they go forth to poison and prejudice the minds of the public We regret that our Demo iratic neighbors do not have the uanliess to acknowledge andaccept honest and horable defeat The crime against Kentucky her citizens and her God has been com milted by men who fully realized the depth to which Satan had drag red them and they were desperate fellows Since they realize that the wrath of an outraged people is upon them they have grown more desperate and just how far they will allow their passion to drive them cannot be foretold Destiny has prepared a photo fr such characters to which they must in the near future retire u Whoro Shall tho Work bo Done We want no idle men In the United States We want no idle mitts in the United States a d to the end that we- IlUay have neither idle men nor idle we must do our work in the United States aud not outside the United States said President McKinley during the last campaign Those who oppose the American pol- Icy of protection to American Indus tiles the policy that makes it certain that we shall do our work in our own country Gould hardly dare to say openly that they wanted to see the workingmen of the United States idle or even that they did not care whether they were idle or not Yet that is what their advocacy of FreeTrade says for them The choice between Protection and FreeTrade is a choice between doing our work in this country by giving the industries of this country Protection against the industries of Europe with their pauper labor and thus securing to the people of this country steady work at good wages in supplying the demands of the American market which is by- far the most profitable market in tht- worlda choice between that and the buying of what goods we can pay for abroad and thus giving to the for sign laborers rather than to those oC- our own country the work of maculae luring these goods The choice ought- to be an easy one to any A merlcan who is proud of his countryAmerl- ean Economist GOV TAYLOR GREETED By a Large and Enthus iastic Audience Tho Republican Campaign Oponocl With a Hurrah And Not OneThird of the People Could Get In Mango of the Speakers Voice There was certainly a world ol com fort fur Republicans and An equal amount of ditcouiogcraent for Demo crats in the demonstration that occurred here Tuesday evening in con etc ion with the formal opening of the local Republican cIIJlpalj- na has seldom occurred that there leas been a lack ol enthusiasm among Howard county Republicans iany campaign They almost Invariably begin well nod keep up their lick to the fnish Uut conceding the good work of the put it tl none the teas true that never in the history ol Ko konio did any political gathering no matter ol what complexion enjoy a tulle r measure of success than did that which marks time beginning of the battle of 1910 The Old Guard was a success there were a hundred of the grizzled veterans In line the Rough RUer were a success they were present In dozens and scores and last dud best of all the meetings held by Governor Taylor at the opera house and at the new headquarters were successes ot such proportions that they will long be recalled ns a pattern fjr the open ing of future campaigns The crowd began gathering in the down town quarters before 7 oclock and at 730 all was in readiness for the street demonstration The Old Guard headed by the Red Mens band had the bend of thp column Then followed the Phlox band and succeeding it Colonel Coop er and stall and the half dozen or more troops ol Rough Riders The line formed iu front of the opera house And proceeded thence by the way of Wal nut Main and Mulberry streets to the Clinton Hotel where Governor Taylo was received lIe was taken in chargi by the reception committee composed of C C Shirley J K Elliot and J A Kautz and escorted to the head of the columnJust before the march was taken up someone to try the temper of the crowd proposed three cheers for the Governor They were given and with a will that lelt no doubt in the distinguished gentlemans wind AS to time cordiality ol his reception Upon arriving at the theater the reception committee and speaker pro ceeded ituniedUteiy to the stage nnr the Od Guard found seats that had been specially reserved for them It is no exaggeration to state that when Mr Shirley win presided cams forward to introduce the speaker ht faced as big if not the biggest audi ence that ever assembled within the walls of Kokomos senior playhouse When Governor Taylor canine forward he was greeted with enthusiastic uppliuse and as soon as this subsided he began his address He prefaced his remarks with a brief but feeling rtference to his own recent unfortu nate and unhappy experience in the politics of his home State He declared his entire innocence of the charge that has been lodged against him and said that he had lull faith that Providence would set him right in the eyes of the world and fix the blame for the lamentable occurrences in Kentucky upon the shoulders where it belongs In addressing himself to the issues iHackingThere Ing so bad for a coughIng teudermembrane of the throat and lungs and the wounds thusmade attract the germs of con sumption Stop your cough by using the family remedy that has been curing coldsVff out I- IIAYflrl eoraIloosens the grasp of your congestionI I tion awayThree Is subdued and one the dollar size is the cheapest to keep on hand the SOc size for coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for an ordinary cold For Is rt I had a Ttr had cough Thedoatareundeterybod- cue a true epee ol AyerCherrya a to euro mo F MARION MitLrn Oct 28 1606 Camden Lv IDJcnrllloctorIreIIaJ Talrlorquarter Ills style Is peculiarly bee own It is free from pretense at oratory and never indulges in rhetorical lights or highly colored figures lie employes the simple language of the people ond gets as near to the hearts his hearers as any man who has 101 been heard upon the local stump things that most Impresses one tis intense earnestness Ills utter antes leave no doubt as to his convii tions or his perfect honesty He is a southerner and the fact creeps out in his accentond manner Ills methods ol address arc as simple as his style cf dress is plain but he is in his own way n master cl pathos and humor and he delivers his message to the people iu a way that they understand ills address is entertaining and con vinclug but it is not laboriously argumentative lie has his facts weltI massed and he presents them to the best possible advantage Ills hotshots are always ready and he places them with remarkable accuracy Ill makes the sort of speech that does good As n campaigner he is a complete success At the conclusion ol the address the entire congregation j tined in singing America tollowed by three rousing cheers for Lincoln McKinley Taylc and Old Glory Just as the opera house meeting vis preparing to adjourn word was sent up that there was a demand for a peech to an oveul w audience ir the rw headquarters Mr Taylor was asked to respond and like the gallant Kentucldau that he is he responded The spacious hall was crowed and the meeting was in every way as great a success as that at the opera house Mr Taylor talked auout forty minutes and his audience could hardly have been better pleased than it was with his sound preachment and witty sallies At the close of the meeting he was warmly congratulated by score of those who had sat within range of voiceMr next address is at ew Castle Thursday He will eabig meeting there and his hearers will not be disappointed lie shuuld be kept on the stump until the morning a November 6 lie is the right sort ex Hctly Kokomo Ind Tribune The most delicate constitution car safely use JUILARDS HORE BOUND SYRUP It Is R sure sic pleasant remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung trou bleS Price 25 and soc For sale by J H Williams An Indiana Vlow of Kontucky Justice The Indianapolis Independent a weekly journal professing political independence and leaning more tT De rnocracy than to Republicanism con twins the billowing editorial lender In its issue of Saturday September I I The political situation in Kentucky may he summed up in a nutshell The Republicans were elected to the SUte offices the Democrats stole these offices under the forms of law and are now trying to hang all tin Republicans fur the crime ol being elected It IlIlIn insult to intelllgenc to say that the men Indicted will receive fjir trials The prosecution Is partisan and one sided all the way through The Indictments were fmm hy a partisan grand jury made up of Democrats The court officials am arresting officers were all Democrats the petit jury to try the flat case was summoned by Democrats empauelei by Democrats and consisted of Democrats I with one exception being a sham I Republican under the Influence of the Democrats being put on to rave ap- pearancesI hint jtiht A3 sure to convic as nr y ol Im others The Judge who I tried the cast is a partisan Democrat and sbowtd it in ull hIs rulings The prosecution nil Dt mocrats were j backed by n fuud 11uo 10 which they could find did use freely to buy all the perjured testimony that they wauted Add to Hit this the strong ett possible tintive to tonvict that motive was to m ibf p htical cap ital against the Republicans for tle pending campaign by tJiuving thai they were either asa fii or connived- ed at the as uMtiiatfon al s Democrat and yon httve the tenet uq lete And some people have the cheek to say this is granting a true atil 14r Iri il for ones tile Wnen was there a time that any man got a liir trial from hi enemies Wneu was there a tic e that it was either safe or decent for one political party to indict and try- Its opponents Until human nature Is completely charged this can never result in anything but a travesty of justice Espcclclly is it so in Ken tucky where politics Always unrens fining and partaking of the nntlgnant spirit of the feud and vcndttti and ol at recent years ii flimed t i the paint of madness degenerated irto actuAl savagery That Caleb Piwers nny be guilty of some kind ol a crime in a question for legitimate ill cussion Put that he has not been provitl guilty if any crime most e pecltly of the crime of killing Goebel does hot ad unit any argument wrong rational well Yet there Ire tome who blll lJelIr pretended t blame Governor MiUnt for refuting to surrender MisMrrfVjl ley and Taylor to the tender mercies of this legalized mob org lulzd to cog Ict on their promise to give thf iu o fair trial Pair forsooth Rhea- the tiger gives the antelope n hearing efore breaking its neck when the wolf hears evidence from the lamb be fore devouring it when the hawk stops to argue the question with the quail in Its claws then we may look tar jus tlce or fairness ftom n packed political towIcede helpless in its hands It la n well I understood trait of humiin nature to hate those whom we have rjnrcd addition to the putiun hatred Iin out of natural curses the Democrats have erfpeciul reason to hate those Republicans whom they robbed of the offices conferred upon them by the people A witty Irishmen once refused to go be I fore a packed English court to be tried for his life saying that he world as soon bring a cult against the devil and have the case tiled in hell by his satanic majesty Perhaps Governor Mount had this case in mind at any rate he performed humanitarian duty In not surrendering any human being to undergo the mockery of a trial by his political enemies on H trumped up indictment in the lace of perjured and purchased evidence with conviction as certain as death and a fate cruel as the grave Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic Useases that he is acknowledged to lay to stand at the head ot hU profession in this line Ills exclusive method ol treatment for Veiicocelt and Stricture without the aid of knife r cautery cures iu 90 per cent ot all cares In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid icy and Urinary Complaints Paralj 4i3 Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo uen he is especially successful Dr Hathuvays practice Is more than louble that if any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case lIe makes no charge for onsultHtinn or advice either at his of tie or by mail Address I Newtcn rlathaway M D 309 Church St Xishvitle Term If When you nerd uadicire you should get the test th t money can hUy and experience proves this to be Hooda SarsapnrilU Notice Having sold my farm I will oiler for sale at public outcry on September the isth 1900 ray entire stock of farm log Implements mv household and kitchen furniture n lot of hogs a number of Rood work horses good milch coal etc elc Sale to begun promptly at 9 oclcck a m on my old homestead Terms cary CIO II BAKNRS Heaver Dam Ky Doafnosa Cannot bo Cured hjr lornl nppH ntl4iH A thjr inmtnt troth the ilUMM1 IMnknr th mr ThereIaly one way tnrore iWatnon ani that hi by routtltu ttimnl nmtNlM IMata U rani liy nn In nnpwI iitiulttlnH nr the itmftiibt HHIIIK of th In ftJMhlnH TB WUti tliln tol U liiitrtHml ytu slice n rutuMInu mnd nr Lelrttwt limrlnir and whiiIt1ennrdyrkeh 11InI therronlt mina unlnui th IntlHinatlun tan Iw tHkrn put eel tha tulm ntnredlnibItormal etioilltltn hmr leg will be ileHtruycd f rvrr nlav mum pat ol tell ariliy Cntarrh ohkh I nutlilnt tint nn Inflnmsl romlltlun cr rimInU oCnrfW- Awill ii gteonIlnaJrt llutbira lor nny DIM oflhMfun trno lby rotoirhi that cnnnot lit riird IlairaCHtirrh run Send for rlrralutn pre P J Ill BxRY A CO Tnl lo II Kuld by Dradxlst rile llnll14 Family IHU pre thv rat r Farm for Salo 4 Five miles below Hartford U mile South of forks Centertown and Ceralvo roads contains 100 acres plenty ot fencing timber good fresh 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 ICentertown Ky NERVITA PILLS I Restore Vitality Lost Vigor and Manhood Cant tmpotencNlght Emlnlon Lou of Hem I dlleale andllnlecrotloti 60uJSeloD d PILLSI irlpalek6o I of onth 1 for CTSbox 6 u82110 with our bankablepurantee to cursor refund the for circular I aDd cOP or our bankableguarantee bond STRENOTHeruiI TELLOW LADELI Poi Itlrelr guaranteed cure Loss ot Power Shrunken Organs 1lraIantee bond to curs In days or money paid Addro- iaNERVITAI MEDICAL CO IntonJackson Uta CHICAGO ILL ILtlNm NTflA R 1 R 1 NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN cnssmiE AND HICAGOA new through car line has been Mablishcd fur the entire distance ver the lliiois Central between tvansvill and Cblcngo the line being In Mnltoon I Champaign and the road flIIlI Uv nfvllle to Mattoon formerly I part of the P D E Ry The rrvlres is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sane Lv Bvnnsvile 73opm 7i3oaru Ar Chicago 700 H m 700 p m SOUTHBOUND Daily Ex Su- nTiCbicago840pm Sijoam Evansville 805 am ssop m Through sleeping cars on night trains rind through free reclining chair cars on Uy trains lickets of your local ticket agent THE THIRD MARCHOUT A Under the banner of Cut Pricify evac nation is now taking place While just on the threshold ofIt now fall season we are closing the sunnier with a complete cleanup in all lelaltIUe11tSeThese are to conclude the bargain opportunities wove been offering the last four weeks Prices are male WITHOUT REGARD TO COST Or value Everything goes it must go We cannot and will not carry over anything in Summer 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 got what you want in this general clean up sale SCHOOL HAS BEGUN And we want to remind every father and mother that we are fully prepared to sup ply your wants for children especially in the way of Shoes We handle the cele brated Drown Shoe Cos Blue Ilibbon School Shoe which cannot be beaten anywhere We can fit them up in all the school necessities Dresses Hats Caps Handerchiefs Umbrellas etc I ali on us for suppliesWE ROOM NOW And cant afford to have our store filled with light weight gouda so every money saving buyer can readily see his gain by taking advantage of the low prices we are now giving Ladies and childrens Shoes and Slippers go in this great cleanup sale at greatlv reduced prices Our large fall line of Shirs iro in and they cannot be excelled for new ness of finish and excel ency of wear- TWILL PAY YOU TO EXAMINE Our line before purchasing youll find a highgrade line lhit others cannot be compared with Within a few days now our store will present an Autumn newness to you as our millinery stock will arrive and twill be time to talk winter wear and heavy clothing to you OUR FALL ANNOUNCEMENT Will be the greatest interest to you as it will assist and guide you in making your fall nd1utwhere to buy it Remember in our clean up sale whats left will go at small prices no mat what the cost was We thank you for your past trade and trust you will make our Fall trade a very successful one Yours truly E T COIJJtSr y TCHLES USE rue TELL PRONE 1111tzfao tea red by the Southern Electrical Company TTas3at1110PennAnd peer of Any telephone ON TIE MARKET VVe make a specialty of a LONG DISTANCE o TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Line Distance TMnmillor best hard rubber haul Telephones With Batteries complete fur JjJQQS V 0 B Cars Nashville Write us for prices on all material used in Giuacoihii with tilt TELE MIONE Oil ELECTRICAL BUSINESS VVe Arc I3eEaqu6rtersa v WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERSTRAINING SCHOOL s Beaver Dam Ky IaorLadlesand GrontlomenThorough urces in Literature Language Music Art and Busiuee Excellent home influences Refined and pleasant invironinents Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opens August 38 1900 t WG ELBO KIN Pros Je HAM BAENES Vice Pres I P J 412 + t a + + tt1 1- P IIijft iW II I iIMm I InaP P 1iBottomMostPI herotP a a great Iof BARGAIN We continue until the P r 15th giving entire stock of Summer t f Wear at cost They must move We P J need both room and money for our Tall P PLOT J purchases II P NO tOur eniko line of Sfppere ftt 76c 8125 and 8150 Childs and Muses SlipperTan or ntackJOc GOc and BOc OrgandiesPP P LOT NO 3 Hcraiiant etock ol Lidiea Underwear Regular lOc i jf6cP I j rf f 101 NO 4 Ladies ready mnde Linen nud Covert Shirt rebuP pattersIP P LOT NO IiInlire lino of Alcnn Linen and Crusts suite rogu I larftOOand 83r0 qualities now 8200 Surely a bargain if your J sizes are in stock PP j LOT NO G1Vi11 include our stock of Bleach and Brown CotP lone Table Linens Toweling Jeans Cottonadcs Canton Flannels A 4 P1Voo1 Flamtela Shlrllnge Prints Ginghams Percale Bet ComfortsI lllankelf etc it 10 per cent less than you can buy f 1where Visit our place of buslatel and we will convince you by I- Vling P exactly as we advertisoPTPTTIPT ACV TS t r y u Hartford Republican I FRIDAY SEPTUMBBR 14 Illinois Contral Rallroad Imo I Tablo Nrw time rani UkloK etfrrtaaudn7JUDOrlth 1900 ut annu- lNneth I Itniinil Nnnih Ilnunil Nn IdduelDeatn No Ill darllr H m No tordefrapIn No Ill tin iDph- Nnl I rdneaalpm NIL Ill tine Ito 1 III lor1 Fe1ahu No jldoe Uon hi hIjMM Dan FTncy Louisville 11 in town Just ina lot ol new good at Cir son Cos otMrJ W Petty Potdvtlle was In Tuesday Judge Peter Liuder Render called is Nee us Tuesday Fur the nic st fruits in the city call ot the Singer office j fice the new Perctls and Dress h ds at Carson Cos f I What dainty little cakes you get 1+ atsl with cream or tlielxt at the Singer office For Gums Dear Ptttllizer the best wheat grower in the world call on John G Keown Mm W T Oiler is visiting III r 1 mother Mrs R K Robinton In Eds nionson county this week IWtare glid to note that Col J S R Wedding who has been very sick I for the past two weeks Is able to be out again Fein SALHAallll ol 160 acres good tulldlngs well watered Lying on Rongh River near Ross ripple For ternin call on firkin Williams Centcrtojyn Ky We will not give away rocking ckdirs or mirrors alter Oitobor t r Anyone holding one of our cards and wanting to have It filed out must do so before October i CARSON Co On the uccouht of the Owensboro Fair September iSth to aznd the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at the rate ol one fare Tickets on slue September iSth to 22nd limited for return September 74th 1900 Hon John W Yerkes spoke to a large and appreciative audience at Owensboro last Wednesday Daviess county is in fine condition politically Brown Democrats and Republl icansare to a man for Mr Yerkes He i will In all probability carry the coun fty pTraruM lUsef alma 8old CONSUMPTION I Mr M I Heavln was in Cromwell yesterday IMr and Mrs J F Vickers ore vis in Owensboro Mr Ed Moore Narrows was in Owensboro Wednesday Mr John Hole ol Pordsvllle was In town first of the week Visit the Singer Office fur Ice cream sherbet soda water and lemonade Ohl wbtdellciIce Cream and Sherbet you get at the Singer Office Quite on interesting term of Quarterly Court has been in session all week Mr Howard Lawtou of South Carrollton is the guest of his aunt Mis Lucy A Klein Mrs Tim Taylor children and brother Mr Leslie Cooper have re turned from a visit to relatives in Oweiisboro and Rockport Itul TintRriruntiCAK has a scholarship inthcnryant Stratton Business Col loge one in Southern Normal at Bow ling Green and one In the West Kentucky Seminary Beaver Damany one desiring to attend any of these instU lutions would do well to purchase our scholarships How To Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It Is strange but it often happens producesttiedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is madeA amount of flesh is necessary for health J if you have not got it you can get it by taking semis InSIOn You will find It jut as useful in summer as In winter and I ycu arc thriving upon it dont slop because the weathu is warm Soc and t11druggists SCOTT A DOWNS Ctumbtt Ktw York See CARSON BROS Stock of New 0 rlSShot GunsRlfloBTargotCuns Ammunition for nil Miss Alice Stafford will again con duct the millinery department In Carson Co this fall and will ni rive in about two week Miss Mary Wedding returned fro New York a few days since whet she had been spending the summe with relatives During her outin she visited Niigra Palls and reports 1 very pleasant and enjoyable time i a the East- COALAt the Mrs Elijah Mllle Bank opposite Dr Millers Bank We situ to furnish n good supply of coal New tip public screens good roads fine loading place take in exchange all kinds of horse feed such provis ions as we need and fruit at lJaltf rd prices Telephone 66 JNO A EDGAR MILLER On account of Elks Exposition and Carnival Louisville Ky September the 17th to 29th tbe I C IL R will sell round trip tickets at tbe lollow ing rates September 17th to jgtb f43o tickets limited to October t 1900 for return September I7tb 19th aind 26th limited to one day in addition to date of sale for return Mr F W Jones duel deputy state organizer for the Red Men was In town Mondayand Tuesday endeav ering to establish a lodge or order He went to Henderson Wednesday to look alter work thereand comes back to Hartford later The Red Men are strong In the North and East and is doubtless a splendid order Judge L P Little of Owensboro will address the voters of Mcllenry at Render tomorrow night Judge Little is a very able and worthy gen tleman and should have the largest audience ever assembled in Render Preparations are being made to organize the banner Liberty club of the county that night Those desiring to hear the truth from an honest Demo crat should go out to hear Judge Lit tie The teachers will meet at Center town tomorrow to start their Association work We judge from the work In the Institute this will be the best years work in the history of the organization Lest year the teachers made quite an Improvement over the preceding year and there is no reason why this should not prove the banner year In the school work The teach er who makes himself a hermit and refuses to join his co laborerti In this work Is unworthy ot his high calling Ohio county was represented at tbe Yerkes speaking at Owensboro Wed nesday by the following gentlemen Messrs M S Ragland T S Marks C P Keown John C Riley Dr EW Fold T II Black and Lon Rogers Hartford S P Roby Jacob Chancel I lor Jo Roberts Tom Brown II D Loyd Crockett Westetfield and G Davis Royal Fordsvllle E E and Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam Win Combs and Ed Massie Whltesvllle H C Shaver V M Stewart Robert Webb and J B Her Beds Mr and Mrs W W Royal Fordsvllle Etq J S Fits hugh and Virgil Renfrew Narrows Senator YVmJ De boe will speak at the Court House next Wednesday in the interest of civil liberty and good government Every body invited Speaking begins at 1 oclock p m- Collogo Notos School Is progressing nicely Mrs J RPirtie and little daughter Lucille were pleasant callers at Ex Monday morning Mr Frank Stowers county was anew matriculant in Mr IIanklns department Monday morning Mr Chester Stevens was a pleasant caller at Ex Monday morning Among our visitors Monday morn ing were Mr Alva Taylor and Miss Estis Mr Byron Petty of Foidsville matriculated Monday morning Miss Loraine Snllenger has been absent from school several days on account ot chills Miss Oma Campbell has been ab sent several days but Is able to be In school again Rev Petrie conducted General Ex etches Wednesday morning Miss Beulah Barnett hiss been ab sent from school two days on account ofsicknessMr Lindlcy was a new matriculant Monday STUDENT rWoloomo to Governor Taylor The Republicans of Howard county had as their guest Tuesday evening Hon W S Taylor former Governor of Kentucky Governor Taylor as Is well known is now a temporary resN dent of Indiana not a fugutlve from justice but a welcome guest honored with the confidence and esteem of all who have made his acquaintance and protected by Governor Mount against the fury of a partisan mob of his own State which is now called by courte sy the Goebel Democratic patty of Kentucky The only offense which Governor Taylor has committed was to be clearly and fairly elected by the people of Kentucky fo the highest office in their gift Under the opper atlon ot the infamous Goebel election law a partisan mnjsrity in the leglel- r ture arbitrarily set aside the popula election mid lobbed Governor Tajlo of his office and set up a usurper Ir his place Th lntduty of that law to cot u eased by the Gocbtl patty In Ken Lucky The creature who now occu 1 pies the executive chair has called th s legislature in extrioidinary sesslor and at this very hour is laboring and pleading with his partisans in thai jody to repeal the statute which alone gave him his fraudulent title as Governor Governor Taylor the victim of Goebel tyranny is infinite ly more worthy of honor than is the miserable puppet now holding office as a usurper Howard county Re publicans were glad to greet Gover nor Taylor and were delighted to hear him Tuesday night Kokomo Indiana Tribune ADABURC KY Sept uThefarmers in this com munity are about through housing to bacco Owing to too much rain and andnot enough rain the crop is cut a little short Miss Susan T Crowe who has had typhoid fever for several weeks is slowly improving School opened at this place the loth inst under the management of Prof C L Patton and Miss Artie Wilson There seems to be flattering prospects for a successful term Miss Lorena Ward ofnear Whites ville is visiting Miss Hester Am brose this week Mrs J W Patton visited her sop Mr J L Patton of Ralph Kylast weekMr Basil Taylor went to Owensbo ro today with the expectation of getting a front seat at the fair Mr E C Wade who has been suf feting for some time with rheuma tlsm is slowly recoverlug Born to the wife of James Crowe on the 9th Inst a girl There Is considerable talk of a wed ding in this community soon If there should happen to be one I shall let you know forthwith immediately if not sooner Li HUNG CHANG Can You Tell Why You have constant headaches are ner vous and sleepless at night and feet tired in the morning Your blood Isnt carrying tbe right materials to your nerves and other organs Begin taking Hoods Sarsapaillla the great blood enricher and you will soon realize a change You will feel better and stronger will relish your food and enjoy refreshing sleep Nausea Indigestion are cured by Hoods Pills NARROWS KY Sept uRev CX Bean preach ed at Oak Grove Sunday morning Mr Bony Allen who has been so journing amid the Arkansas swamps for tbe past three months returned with a cargo of chills last Saturday Mr Willie Smith who went to Ar kansas with Mr Allen returned a week earlier He has chills too Rev U S Tabor has returned from Louisville Mrs C F Hartford Bowling Green is visiting relatives here Mr Frank Tabor left Saturday for Columbus Ohio where he goes to attend school Mrs R K Bean of Sulphur Springs la visiting her parents at Owensboro Mr George Allen went to Indiana last week and will spcnd the winter there MM Mary Hamilton is visiting ln OwensboroMiss Wilson and MissMaude Hopper of Grayson county visited the family of Mr JlI Berkley Saturday and Sunday Mr John Magan who has been confined to his bed for about tour months is no better Mrs H L Thomas is seriously ill of tuberculous trouble MrC Powers has sold his farm of seventytwo acres to Mr Trip Cooksey lor two thousand dollars- It Is a little early to talk county candidates but as your Baizetown correspondent has begun a county ticket allow us to add a few names Up in this neck of the woods we are for Cal Keown for sheriff and we are unanimously for him too We would like to see James De Weese nominated lor County School Superintendent Not alone because we like him but because he is a pop ular and deserving boy What is the matter with George Maddox for Assessor Those who have taken part in the political bat ties In Ohio county for the past dozen years know how valuable his services have been and we should be proud to have him on the ticket next year JlI T COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Sept 3Mr O V Wilson and Miss Maude Maddox of McHenry were married last Wednesday Rev Otis Maddox officiating They came to the grooms fathers Mr Joe Wilson where n beautiful feast was prepared for them Supt Fon Rogers visited our school this morning Quite a number from this place at tended the burial ol Rev Mbnt Hampton at Green River Sunday Mr Denham Leach spent Sunday in Cromwell Mr Joe Coleman spent Saturday- a and Sunday In Liberty celRhb hood Mr Wayne Paxton went to Circcn ville Monday MUiea Nttili nod Miy Uojcri apron WttdneMUy ulhal Mr A C Stevens Mr Henry Stevens nod wilL o e near Beaver Dam spent Satiirdaj night anil Sundry in this neighbor hood Mr Chas Wilson and cite of Ola ton spent Saturday oLd Sunday a Mr Joe Wilsons Miss Battle Taylor of near Beavei Dam is the guest of Mr Wises fam ily this week- Severallrom this place sent to the Thoroughfare pawpaw hunting Sun day afternoon Miss Mattie Wise attended meeting at Green Green River Sunday Several from this neighboihood at tended the burying ol Mr Sam Cole man at Prentis last week Mr E E Rogers and family ac companied bybis mother of Hartford spent Sunday at Select the guest ol Mrs Rogers brother Mr Bobe James S B F RENDER KY Sept rAs I have not seen any thing in the TUB REPUBLICAN foi several weeks from Render I will try and write you a few lines Mr Clyde Hocker and mother of Leitchfield were in Render last Saturday and Sunday visiting her son Mr John F Hocker Mr J H Brown is at Central City on businessMr Francis has accepted a position as mine boss at McHenry for the C C 1 Co Mr D W Gwynn has accepted the position as weigh boss at Render for the C C I C- oIr J F Hocker is our upto date check weighman at this place Mr W J Rowe spent last Sunday at Leitchfield and Grayson Springs Miss Zttta Hocker of Leitchfield who is visiting her brother Mr John Mocker of this city will return to her home next Sunday Born to the wife of RD Burton an eight pound girl Miss Nina Johnson of Owensboro who has been visiting her sister Mrs R E Chapman has returned to her homeMiss Martha Lander has resigned her position as post mistress and must say that she has served us faithfully as post mistress and all of her many friends regret her resigning Mr E L Myers has accepted the post office Kerr in late city Rev T W Pritchett will preach here the fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month Judge L P Little of Owensboro will speak here next Saturday isth at 7 p m There will be a Yerkes Civil Liberty Club organized EverybOdy Is cordially invited to be present Well success to THE REPUBLICAN and to the Hon John W Yerkes CROKBR CENTERTOWN KY September roMrs A Lee Bennett and daughter Jessie left us last week for their home in Washington Ind We had the pleasure of meeting Miss Jessie in rchool and highly appreciate her kind words of encouragement and her earnest appeal for higher attain ments in this life than most of us strive for Prof Truman Woodward lest Satur day for Richmond Kentucky where he will engage In school work We wish him the best of success Mr A W Tichenor and daughter Flossie are very sick at this writing Chills and fevers are the troubleIMr Frank Rowe has recovered from a spell offevers and Is able to be outagainMr and daughter May and Miss Mettle James of Cromwell visited the family of H H Davis last Reek Mrs T H Denton has returned home after an extended visit to friends and relatives in Fordsvllle Mrs Eliza Reneer is visiting relatives in Rockport and Ceralvo Miss Ruth Williams ol Pleasant IGiven Un sparedtoA A Stowe 237 N 4th St San II had valvular heart trouble so severe that I was pro nounced gone two different times The valves of my heart failed to work and circulation was so sluggish that the exertionBproduced fainting hope said physician sot decided to Dr Mlles Heart cure and the p e5 alt I consider miraculous I am satisfied it saved my life HA MiLES Heart Cure cuaranteefirstBook on heart and nerves tent free Dr Milos Medical Company Elkhart Ind u A Gentle Wind 1 of Western Birth Tells ro favclcr slurp to tnmutnily io tile tnnouncciiKnl fhzt the lieallhgev I And hclthbringer Hoods SjrsapArOt tells of tile birth of An era of good heal ft is tie one reliable specific for the cu of alt blood stomach and liver troubles j lJa l Ridge is visiting her sister Mri Frank May of this city Mr Alvin Rowe and wife will lea in a few days for the eastern market where they will make a large purcbas- ol goods for Rowe Morton Mr S M James has toted to thi Bennett property oti Main street Mr W L Rowe ot Beaver Dam spent Sunday with his brother D- Rone of this place Misses Floy and Iva Cofliuan o Point Plearant have enrolltd in oui chool for this term We are in great need of a large school house It appears to one that 1 house with three rooms should be milt and then we could accommo date all who wish to attendbut they cannot on account of room and are not ible to go away from home to school Lets go to work and have a larger bouse and have a ten month school Messrs Heavrin Rogers Hocker Ragland and Black of Hartford at tended our liberty club here Satur day night and pleased us very much with their excellent talks of truthfulness and words of encouragement Gentlemen we appreciate y our pres ence and aid and hope you may come gain before the election Elijah lames and Clyde Brown of Point Pleasant attended the speaking Dont let us give up the ship MAY ODS DILLSRouse pld liver and cure I Indlscs1 headache Jaundice nausea lion etc They are In valuable to prevent a cold or break up a rover Mild penile certain they are worthy your confidence Purely vegetable they can be taken by children or delicate women Irlcc 25c at ell medicine dealers or by mall of C t HOOD Sr Co Lowell Mass ATTENTION yourhorsesbest attention at my stable Good Riggs and Buggies at all hours J have the best wheat grower in the worldthe Guano Bear Fertilizer Your atronage is earnest RespyJohn HATRFORD 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 foreveryday wear Call and examine CARSON BROS y THE GROCERS HARTFORD KY Rough River Telephone Company MCOBrOBATED Talk being cheapnncl necessary you should patronize homo folks whore 011 can our own- pbonosantibuildyourown lines with the whole county and business points generally by only paying HoughIUver exponseifIJurlforellfor particulars Ve connect with ell Indeoendent Companies si lei Our fee returned If we fall one tending sketch and of Invention 111 eonceralogthePatent tent upon request Patents secured trough ut advertised for tale nt our Patent taken out through us receive peeal- nollecwltbouldulfgeln TUB PATENT RECOil an Illustrated and circulated journal consulted by IIAnUradurerland Investors Send for simple copy FREE Addles VICTOR EVANS d CO latent Mtotntyt hens Bulldlnr WASHINGTON D c How Are Tour ttldn y r Dr sPntscurealtkldselnhPam lt toe AddBioriW ttmedr CoCljlcairocrMr CAFJT014tdBrthfi Bilgfct Berof 1I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN u aDmIGn i Satisfaction = is unusual with FiveCent cigar smokers f but it has been the every day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smoked ve S Old Virginia Cheroots during the last thirty years because e they are just as goodnowin fact better than when they were first made = Three Hundred million Old Virgin Cheroots smoked tab year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents e e OHIO COUNTY FAIR =iTO BE HELD A- THARTFORD KY October 4 5 and 6 1900 I The prospects are for the best FAIR in the history of the CompanyMORE MORE RAGES MORE AMUSEMENTS THAN EVER BEFORE Remember the first day isIfree for ladies and children W G HARDWICKSecy IL I I The Goods 1 That Attractd j tItsthe autumn ideas that are the rcpresantaa Ptivoones that youll find here the styles that lead goods of established reputation with every super appreJ0 l many new correct and pleasing styles and youll note with pricePI Specials 1 seno These are newest and beet The proper color Mendings the correct materials the weaves that fashion asserts as modish for the early autumn at i prices youll feel assured are lowest Your new a autumn dress will prove an inexpensive one if i you purchase materials and linings here Covert P Clothe Dukes Regnejj and all kinds of Woolen Dress Goods 1 Newest 1 Ideas in Shoes 5jj If you wish your feet dressed neatly and corn g Portably youll buy our makes of Shoes Easy kjShoes and easy prices and styles that are the fore We are especially well pleased with the + V success and growing trade in our Shoo stock but y its due to our reasonable prices ccupled with the + 1bestgoods that best makers can produce Shape are easy if you come to us Children- iy j fine Shoes from 25o to lOc Misses fine Shoes 75c to 8150 Ladies fine Shoes 8100 to 8320 goodssJthat will attract you from a price and qualitye V the kind of merchandise that repres 5j eats every point for superiority and for value I Interesting I- m Clothing News i The clothing buyers will be keenly interested in I the new autumn line for tbe Edward Rose Co ezccpVkindptVf etensile of good Suits youll naturally come to ut Made to your measure a fit absolutely guaranteed o jo CARSON COP r Hartford Ky w1 A1 Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of THE REPUBLICAN is Alin advance w w hcenInand has been inado under Ills personal supervision slnco 1tllnflmc3 AJloWll00DotOtecehoyotllntJllrAll Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is IMeasant U contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlu Btibstancc Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys AVornin and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrluua nnd AVind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates time rood regulates tho tlleollTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALVAY- s9 Bears tho Signature of 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Africa Asia are next door to tis What happens there today we know tomorrowif we read TUg CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents arc locatedv t very important dly in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so cxtsnsivoa service nnd it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment ofnewof the onward sweepof the race In oil parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodalc American newspaper TIlE CHICAGO RECORD FRI3EAobout23m6InheUuroixi on tile reverse side wilt bo mulled to any address Dec of 10oterJttIdretiaA BOON TO MANKIND TAiLERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES FBAllAflD Sole Pro rlet r 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO u Hartford Republican b I x FRIDAY SEtTUMBtR 14 A JAN INTERESTING LETTER From n Soldier Boy In tho Phil ippines Cnllm Paniv I I lilly Slli icoo Mrs MMIJ F Ulf llnln Ky Mj dear uiolher I itctivtil oui letter ot Apiil 28th ycfletdnj I was ulad to hear from you and to hear that everybody was well Yu spoke ol the smallpox being in the county II you had seen as much ol that as I have In the past year you would not be the least bit alarmed When we first came to this town there was some dillS as high as forty peo pie to die with that dlteHSe Mid no allay passes with lees than ten death nolIJG D Walker took roticc tn the un the natives were dicing MI IIP nidi I it u rule that tach t live sh nil r PI- the rubbish and fi th fiin nnij d Li or her house I they bIt l rUy this order they are ttIdanti find rut lec than 25 dollars find some times a much as 50 which amounts to Jioo in Philippine money It takes two dollars ol Philippine tnnnr to make one American dollar We ne er tried many until the rest began to wake up There are alsoa number ul Chni men live in this town 1 hry are ai most as bad as the MfxLaiu in re 4 srd to dtand filth They are great money makers and will hold on to a dollar as long as any one Four ol them were fined 75 each some time go and that put a stop to any tub bish laying around any natives prem lees Everything Is clean and nice grass growing everywhere and health- S good among the natives and hatdly 4 death occurs among them You spcke of some folks gtttinj married I think il some ol time young men of that and surnunding nruh borbood would serve their couutr rither in the Philippine or China It would be wotth a great deal mote ti them in the long run than getting marriedI had a very large felon on my right thumb for the past six weeks It is Imdly healed enough for me to wtlte The insurrectionists have quited down again on this part ol the island They are said to be fortifying themselves tu mountains near here but giving as no trouble Let them fortify them 4lves they cannot build a strong old so strong but what ur can talc t away Imni them They will worl nr months making trenches anr iieast works The only tools the move is a sharp stick and n cocoanu hell but they cannot hold them There is said to be a greil deal 01 righting on several other islands I Junk Ihe insurrection is practical yen In these islands although then 4111 be bands breaking out in these stands for ears to come I was or uud the fourth ofthe mmth Al I xcept the members of the guard elebrated the fourth by having a AIcompany us J The natives celebrated the outth I never laughed so much in ray life n I I did that day The natives got a putII it and then th Filipino that could climb to the top ol this greased pole and get the money could have ItaC tcr about five hundred natives tried it until they nearly exhausted them selves At last one small boy did make it to the top of the pole and got the money The next en program they got a hog and greased it allover and turn ed it loose and the native that would catch It and would hold it would receive 3 Plenty cruld catch the hog but none could hold hint The hog is runhing around here yet Chinamen oi this place also cele brated the fourth of July Another funny thing that happen ed here the other day was all the Chinamen went to church That was ILYONSILAXATV SYRLPVCfl CON 11I-s 1 llIaJJ from r i t ac vecetablcs crJ it ii ij i Jurlous dii2 i t I t I SCrlptiJIl tit C t t His cure Of Ccui ounv Sick Htididi I WI f I i JisIl CoJJj r4 j vijut iliv all lniuiiii r oIJ mnkes the ceni ixf v if If you do not III i I ilan nn youdruggistf An Ideal remeiltircIJrtn as WcZ- as adults For sale I y drucaisti s I SOC per bottle o ron OAII3 Z3Z I ZyJIt UrIWI ittA SIMOA 1 CI l lldlryl v J01IV XTAYLOII Cromwell Ur r WHY z bIg HAtHAWAY 1 CURES Reasons for Ills Marvelous Success Ills New Free Hook Dr Hathaway nifllinil of treatment no oxperl went It I the result 01 twenty years of uIrIenco In tlio most ellen ptn practice of any i H lallt In Ms llnu In thowuiU HowaspraJ muni ironi OlIo of tliu hesS nicOlcal collect1 la the country and perfect edhUinoOlcatuidcurtd cal oduatIon by exten sire hospital practice Early In his professional career ho nude discov IrolcsIon known as private diseases of men and women This system of treatment ho has more and more perfected each year until today his eyres are so Invariable as to bo the of the medical profession specialistInnal fees which Waked It poolblo lor all to obtain his services VitalityVanicocelelatent stages Itlimnullsm Wrote Back Nerv ComplaintUlcoand all forms ol KUnuyTrouMcM Mistreatment for undertone men restore lost vitality and makes the l7tlent u strong writ iccrmn man Dr Hathaway success In the treatment of Varlcocele and Stricture nltlout I ho aid of knife or cautery Is phenomenal The psllcnt Is treated by lIds method at hit own home without paIn or lots of time from bunlcess TliU U iKKltli ely the only treatment which cureswllhoutan operation Dr Hathaway calls tho particular attention of luflerera from VorlcocJJ and Stricture tU page 272S W 30 and 31 of his new bout entitled willbeWrite today for free book and symptom blank mentioning your complaint 1 NEWTON HATHAWAY M D rlUlliawnjr I Co 309 Church Street N iliilllc Tree UIM1OXTU1 Itmi WI1EX WIUTIXO metlili K tliat no IIMII iu the bat sImon ever saw or heard ot before Chinamen do not believe in religion When some one asked we found oif that a Cbinamxn had got married There was much laughing about i1 imong both Americans and Filipinos Perhaps you have heard some time tin thnt articles were issued at the war depaltlllent to withdraw one bat t shun iuiti Nth regiment seivlng in the Philippines After a bttalion Into etchtif the f lli wiiig segiroetit I4th iS h ntd ajtd iolantry wen sent home the orders were counter manded n account ol trouble being expected here during the raining sea s MI I think the recent tn utile in whlna had n great deal to do with fterlng the tr ipin the Philippine there has been three regiments rent 0 ll nc Kong nlieady I think Un Ie Sam will get all the trouble he is looking for before long The regiments sent to China are the 9th la 4nd 17h Infantry- I sometimes get TUB RnrtiiLiCAN nd un gi t to hear all the news all 1 which is very inttrroting in this unry I see letters publUhed In Tug RE ItliLiCAK turn Cult Bishop and Hi y rtbets ol diQvrrnt regiments Ahrch his ltd me to belitvethit Ohio oUty II well represented in the trilippines I received Itttcr from Girl Dell tt a fewdiys agm tie said he wa is well and hearty as any one could be I have learned since that he ha been made Captain in the volunteer hut I do not know how true it is He was in the island of Luzon lie said he expected suie fighting beiote loop I have nine months more to rervt yet and I cannot tell until that timr comes whether I will re enlist or not it I ln I will not stay in the Philip pines Hereafter when you write in answering a letter please do not fork itt to mention the date of the letter you are answering I mnstclost- Vourson RICHARD P LiEs Co C 6th U S Infantry IOOKI A NNTfll IN TIMI Saves nine Haulm Tonic new Improved Unit l tra ant token In early Spring and Foil pro recta ChUte IfcnRoe and Mnlnrlnl Fevers Arts ou the liver tone up the teia Ilrttrr that labia lunrnntwO try It At DruKg1t 30c nod SIOO liottlM SKKt Tho Chicago Girl Again Ah yes he sighed the sum mer will soon be gonel She looked at the clock and yawn ed Then she replied- II wonder II thats why It is so easy to tell the difference between you and summet Chicago Times Herald sA rich lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial liar Drums gave to 000 to his Institute FO that deaf pens vie unable to procure the Eir Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 78 IJighth Avenue New York Net Results Father you have spent a fortune on the rflCffl mind what have you re ahIztSonThat I am an Idoit Brook lyn Life As an exitrun liniment rf rocs wndtrlul penMrtlve 1lIflltlV pwr nLARt sow UNI M1JNT is tint 1I I1fIIHI1 fat Ir the wrrlil 1ce 35 irrt s cU F Kilt ry J II wniiv5 Dang r of OverconfIdence The Auieiieai people do verv f not ish tliinna Fnmctlm s Th cnnnri was pro prrnnstievpr morpcoin 1897 duiinir the Presidency of niiran IImntienn onl yt the Ilr1l klch over the pill and bv their Inscnnt conduct pflflel ttpii tIll count four y n of dUatter They weir ro1 content ta leave vehl eimnirhislone They wtntetl something better and theywere well punished for their C I foilK It may ba tliat they line not lofgottcu that Its ol bUt the Only site plan id to take nothing or grant vd but to conduct the citupilgu just rts though tIme election ol Iliynn and Stevens were seriously threatened Tlint Is what wits done tour jeirs ligt anti that is why the Rrpiililicm tick it wus elected We need to do that again Philadelphia I fuller PmyorIniirnciildiis cure ol Mrs J II Still well nf Vttnon Iid at Scranton Pa has ciufed a Fenrallon in two itates Mrs Stillwell while visiting n Scrant n tell I jnrlng her pine lie btcitne helpVss antI stiff red in tnmely Phjsieians iu charge ul the jRe said nil they could do would be temporarily to relieve mmand that her diys were number Upon the nn n urc ment mlmu sent for the Rev nues Ltilninn t this city and the Rev P II Swift of Philadelphia i Uitii them to piny fr her The Ifrifinun sf1roi nn earnest pray r I fir her recovery anti while it was in iiro tess the distinctly lunr1 a voici n the rosin ninR Arise letve thy bed and walk She therenpn ifose horn tlc bed antI walked alioi t lie room tIle ham in tHntly erating She is appinntly in nriliiary hicslth iks nHitt tic streets and will re urn to Vcinon the beat of thli month Bost for tho Bowels Viniittir wiiit xiN on headache i 5 irttirr 3n will ruvtr nt well mill M ur hiwil4 are put tight CAS YAKUTS help nature cine you with tnt a grip or pain produce cfisy nat iral movements cots you just 10 ents to t tatt petting your health sack CASCARBTS Candy Cathar Ic this genuine put up in metal exes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitation CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thedSignature of Family Jar A laity havintr accidentally broken her smelling bottle her husband re markedI my dear everything hat beluugs to jou is more or less irokenTiue she replied even you ire K little crackedP ck Me Up BAD BLOODOACRARirm do all eUlmed for tbeaa tad are a trulr wonderful uiediclne I hare oiujn libed for a edlclne tleaiant to take and at lut bare toned lila Caicareta fclnce uklnxthem ray blood bu been i nrltlod and rompleilun bai Im poised wnnaerrully nd I feet much better In r war aluaaLLtz t55UaHa LnItrl1Teu CANDY CATHARTIC TCADI MAR taiTTCt9 Ples nt PaUtaWe Potent Tate Good Do Good Marer BIo Weaken or Gripe 100 Sc fOe CURE CONSTIPATION lurait Bearer fpoy nwm lutnii Jow TeI Jit fit ioldaod dbIdNO SACI 111110 tI1RTobaCOO habIt l tiN m QNTML LP- OF INTEREST T- OStockholders Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting at Chicago nlrAII1I1IIOUlIIftIlnail nilitpted the following prvnnibU and isola tion non the rMyiuimendiillnn of the Iriiildrnt thr riwolatlnn nduptrd July 21 maui nuthorlilnictbe frw tnin vurtntlii alatuekhiilder iirer the Ciim pnnya line tu IlilcHKO nail return at ISo time uf the nnnnnl mwtliiff of tockbuldtra WON re coiiMldfHtd and nmemlwl ao tin to read na follow Itemlrnl Thit nntll the further order cif title Ilonrd there mny bo hued tomch bnM r of ner more obanii of thn capital Muck f the Illlnoh Vntrll llnllrond CiiiniAny no regtetenII- liii the Iioke uf the eunimny u eiiubllnr him or lr to trawl frw urtr the roinpnnvn linen from the elation of the Illlnoln Vntml llnl road niftrwt tu bli or her nRUttn nddrww to Cblcnen nitS return for till uf nttrn lln In person the niwtlnira of nturkhoMcm Hnrh tlrkvt tu b rood fur the Jonrner to human onljr darlnx the four dsru linnuxlliitilr irww llnEnnil the dey of the nwettfl nnd fur the return onr Key from ChlrflKO unljr nil the dny of tlm lnt etlliff undthefonr days Immediately following when conntenlxned nnd Mumpnl ilurlnn leemew hllunoIbot toaytwtweenll04 m nnd I 1100 p nln the olll nf thoArnItont Hvrntnrr Mr W II llrnen In Chliaxo Kai h ticket may be ubt lne l by nny nictatend bulilor of aturk un nppllcatlon In writing to the Imldent it the olnpany In CblcnBO Knrh iipillrntlun innut tAte tbe rail mime tied nildniiH of the atock holder eiactly ni given In hla or her rertlDont nf lock tomtbrr with the number and date of curb certlflrnte No munt than one winon will be carrleil free In re imt to nny one holding of mock nn CompanyllyA II llAcnaTarr H e nnnunl lutottnK of the ptuckholdeni I ITbenpzt Ventral llallrond Cnmimnj will be utile of the oluntiv Chicago nn September 20 IIHX nt soon For thepurpnmtoj the meeting the Htotk Transfer lionS will rimed front the rlnnonf bnjilneM on September H to the mourning of Krptember f S 3lNaaWtvmwNRWNwmHw1 ffiCALISAMAGAZINE i A LADIES MAGAZINE g 3fZf3 I a w erib rwo4 u for lewis copy S= Lady tnt tend for Ural I Stylish Reliable UptoI AbooiutljElerfectFltting S 2 MS CALLIfltIB- AZAP t31 s t NoScamAllowancePatt rni gOnly Ic and i C eacheon hlhrr 2 2aEg THE McCALL CO J8I48 Wilt I4lh St New Yor- kcvMMswApiwMmrnAwmAlff g J d BLOOD POISON In some case the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are no slight that the I distlSeisswollen glatids lIIurus patcimea In the itinutli sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sure eyebrowsleaveI Doctors tul prcscnlH mercury ami potash as the only cure lor Blood Ioison heseIo1s1moutnIn MIMe wrecks UISCOSCIok mercurial rlieumMlm und the must offensive sores anti ulcers causing the to stiffen and finger nails to drop oil Moroury andpotunh mako vrooka not euros and those who have been ilosethwith these druus ar never utter fiee Irons aches and pain lidIlItherefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison No lustier in what tale or how hopeless the ease may appear even I though pronounced incurable hy the doctors S S SI can be relied upon to make a rapid permanent cure S S S not a these an experience of nearly6fttua has proven it a sure and una ling cure for this disease It U the only purely vegetable blood medicine Mr 11 U Myen too Mulberry St Newsik N lIyr I wcu nffllctnl with a IrtrlWf blond dUn which waln spots It Brit tat afltrwirdt ied all OCf lily body soon btok outinto wtes nlll is eaty 10 inogtne th ultlnlll nefoe I became consinerd that the SSSever this All correspondence held the 1r fro jfll cemtlfE SWIFT SPECIFIC CMAiA11kPYAiA k l29MJZ4 Eollhi tliooll EI1SI1OSS COllOI Southern Normal M TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS ONE KAHAOEJCEHT Ono Thousand Students bo in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year I Uw BosinrM ServIce tadtnl mien the Bfil u cOLLIeR the rntrrlnir the BoUTHimn Nor ocnooi purrulnicaDT tllrrary branch or branehel without cliarcm We months tuition fr with Kholanhlp luued by Bowlln Oreeo Bulneaa 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