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profwlon lnahl the fourUof iidjolnlnic countlf nnd the CourtpI Ap wib Prompt attention gird to ontraiUd to hits OSLo In HicrCBUCAK balldlnir R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HRTPOflP KY Will practice his pmtnulon In theeonrUnl Ohio and ndJolnlnKtonntlm Also Notary 1ublle SouthernRailway Through Eight nt Sonthern BtnU- wKENTUOKYTKNNESSKK South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAHOLINAQKOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 5463 Mile Three Bully Trains Between Louis villa nnd Lexington Obecrrntlon Chair Curs Tralneleare and nrrlre LnnlnvUlo from Horenth Htnet Union Depot connecting with traIns of tb I Illlrola Central BaJIrond and L 1It Ht I It II For Information nddrata A WMIMIX JtTA184Ih Ave Louisville Wu H TATLOE AuUtant 0 P A LonliTllle hiYnoo e THE HARTFOR REPUBLICAN FineJobWorkaSpecialty THE CASE OF CALEB POWERS Iiiit is possible that such a practice as that which has ttlten place in the prerent instance should be allowed to piss wltout a remedy trial by jur securlIC a uiauiilON a MOCKERY soda SNARK Lord Denman in OConnell v The Queen n Clark Flnnelly 350 To s Ac Members eIAe Amttt n Bar Atutlatlont re the lauiyin MoipAoul tin hailed Stolen Allow me to take Advantage of the little ttpute which I have gained among you by the anthorthip of a law book for the purpose of drawing your attention to the wrongs inflicted on ote of your craft and enlisting your Mmpithics iu his favor Caleb Iocvers ol Knox county Ky a graduate of two respectable law schools lately elected by the people ol Kentucky Secretary of State a young man of fair and noble nilen whom you can not see orconveroe with without a feeling of confidence and kfTctlon is now locked up in the jail at Louisville pending on appeal from a sentence of life Imprisonment award ed by the Circuit Court at Georgetown for his alleged part in the murder of the late Senator Goebel It is our duty as lawyers to presume corrrlatIton of a question I jtirposcly lelt the wrong set of men that It will hI IIWbentrial for sedition before the Assizes at Dublin in 1843 his counsel chal lenged the array of jurors because for some reason or other filty nine names ol the jury list had been lelt out In the copy made for drawing the jurors claiming that these names hail tuen omitted in the interest of the j thlllilIj thitg iHpjicncd in the case ot the Cintuonwtalth against Caleb l A jury hit ol thiee buidttd Lellers had been made up by tll I roniralfriorjcrs ol Scott count In Oi I tuber 1899 at n lime when n political j iiiurdrr trial was not thought ot Tina 1st was riMutally Mir men ofill pir It tttn rpjeHrpg vcij tumly jlllllllIIe iiiniilliiit n tliry unit aruoig the wlnle hu tkttHis if the ct uiiy Thlilj jurors from that hlkt were drawn out tut tile pptclnl term These were boon exhausted yielding only five ac ceptid jurors Sixty names were left in the wheel The counsel for Ca leb Powers asked that these rimes be drawn out that tile jl1y tulght be complete from them This the judge rclupcJ to do instead thereof he sent the Sheriff out to summon a buudred men from so called bystanders the Sherifl took care to summon themp Irom the farthest northern end of the county wbete nearly every man was known to be in strong political oppofi sllion to the aceusedsThe result was a up eleven Democrats and one Republican 0 11houghRepublican that was brought forward- c In a county in which more than one fourth of the white voters are Repube leans and when the defendant a publican officeholder charged with a c political crime bad fifteen challengesb and the prosecution only fi vet a result is somewhat remarkableJIs the doctrine or tlThediscretion not only in passing onfchallenges for cause but also In ex You want to get well Who aocsnt But you are discourjaged 1 promised keep their promises IfYyou want tO get wellTtry the medicine that makes people vcllc DRPIERCE ty 6OLllNMDULw DISCOVERY For diseases of the stomach ty and organs of digestion and nutrition medicine offers pNhetyeiglitwho use it get welltI cannot logs of Eraterulneu to you lIuJSirs Tode K Clerk of Shelby Co Mo I had detepnlrra of ever getting welt had In bad health CorP1 twelve years Had aches tfeettreated me bowels constipated j m wae efYouadoprHOo nednnddeinondent When A ruT to rI thoughtt tDrIandianowgood i casing jurors at their own request andwhat he does in the latter way J does not go into the record and cc not be reviewed on appeal In this case the excuses of the ju whileYofihe room in a low conversational tone and in such a manner that nelth er counsel nor reporters could hear what went on between them I do not claim that the course of the judge in sending out for bystanders when there was a number of jurors names left in the wheel was contrary to the statute law of Kentucky for in the winter of 1894 the jury law had been soI amended as to give to the judges the discretion of sending a talesmen even on the ttlal of felon cases but that a legislature regard less of the citizens right to life and liberty has vested in the judge the power of packing the jury whenever it suits his fancy does not alter th proposition that a trial before aJur- thus packed is in the classic words of Lord Denman a delusion a mockery and a snare The judge knew that the case before him was one arousing the strongest political feel- Ings nnd that the Sberlfl of Scott county was a rank partisan who tbeomI would abuse his trust in the way in which he did Tnere is a queer and near coincU dence between the 59 omitted names the OConnell case and the 63 names left in the wheel at George townCaleb Powers had against him only- a paitisan judge and a packed jury but the attractions of the one huddred thousand dollar rewaid for perjured witnesses which a partisan legislature hsd placed in the bands of a rabidly paitisan board and moreover the wealth ol the decemlcnr a bachelor which fell to his brothers and which they lavished without stint in the employment cf counsel among these Thos C Campbell formerly of Cin cinnati now ot New York lamed as the most unscrupulous criminal law ycr rf the United States Pour men testified against him who professed o have been in thorough sympathy with the alleged conspiracy against Goebrls lift two of these are named as accomplices In the indictment yetI none of them was willing to that he bad a rational motive for turnting against his friend such as immunity which Is usually promisedt to accomplices who turn dence They must have lied In deny ing any rational motive for their treachety Under the law their test mony was insufficient unless corobo rated from other sources and each ol o them was amply contradicted or im eacheci by men of infinitely higher standingcThe indictment charges that one ot ve named men or some other perI on to the jurors unknown killed Goebel and that Powers who was outII 1 town at the time of the deed Tay or and five others conspired among themselves and with the five first mentioned and counseled and pro ured the murder of Goebel All this s highly improbable While Goebelaj to grasp wrongfully ernorshlp the highest office in thet tate might inflame some foolish hotI eadt play the role of the tyrannicide h hile the son or some kinsman ol ohn L Sandford the man murered by Goebel in 1895 might take advan age of the turmoil to hide his ownt revenge there was no ground or a conspiracy among leading Re publicans for removing this man bytthe assassins bullet for his could not benefit them but would only confirm the Legislature and tbet sell constituted Election Board in their unholy purpose of unseating the offi cials by the people What then was w the motive which led the packed grand ury at Frankfort the packed petty ury at Georgetown and the politic ins who stood behind them to Indict and to convict Powers Its but the maxim odisse quern laederlsl ou halehirn wbomyou have wronged he men deliberately robbed of the positions conferred on them by the of the people became to the robbers an object ot the keenest bate and there was also a political necessi The men who had cheated Taylor Powers out of their offices and ho had upset free government in Kentucky needed the cry ot assassi nation to offset the cry for civil liber of their opponents Caleb Powers Charles Flnley his redecessor In office and Governor aylor probably did a very foolish when on the 2511 of January 930 they brought more than one- housand armed mountaineers toc etition the Legislature for juitic In he contest matter It looked very uch like an attempt to terrorize and intimidate More than half of the tes timony for the Commonwealth related o the part which Caleb Powers bore n bringing the mottntainteers toI Frankfort but on the same day on which they came all but one hundred fifty went back to their homes Judge Cantrill instructed tbe jury tbat- In the prisoner had conspired with any Ilf the persons named in the indict or with anybody else for th of TERROR or INTIMIDATION and one of his fellow consplrators had in pursuance of the conspiracy killed Wm Goebel then the prisoner was mUfderIt f i length But the purpose of terror I and Intimidation was abandoned whet the bulk of the mountaineers were taken back on the very special train I which had bought them to Frankfort Yet the jury are told that Ione of them remaining In Frankfort or even if one Youtsey named as a possible Inrof January agth take into his headto shoot Win Goebel then Caleb Powers suddenly becomes a murderer Dont talk to me ol the TrialsYthe law of murder in an American State Ii the year of grace nineteen hundred But suppose Judge Cautrlll in fearful instruction were right thatI evidence was there that any the conspiracy for terror and Inti datlon fired the shot None whatever During the whole trial the at torneys for the prosecution so far i from proving who fired it never even gave their own opinion as to the name of the actual murderer For aught that appeared in evidence it might have been young Sandford avenging his father in the grave his widowed mother and orphaned sister iu the madhouse and sanitarium or someI other man whom the deceased had InI suited or wronged While on this most important point there was no direct evidence at all the indirect proofs were either Inch crously lame or plainly perjured The fist witness was the surveyor of Franklin county bringing with him a block cut from a huckleberry tree in which a bullet was Imbedded said to be the fatal bullet also charts and calculations hhowlng that the bnhletI mUbt have come from the window in Caleb Powers private office But the witness admitted that he hnd testified against Powers in the examining court that he had then exhibited thessame block with the same bullet anda had reached the same conclusion as to he course of the bullet though on occasion he had by mistake held he block from the hackleberry tree B upside down Science was confirmed by an eye witness One George Franklin Weaver was summoned from a distant part f the State one of the lawyers for the prosecution acting as baltff toSserve the subpcunaand swore that n the 30th of January he had JustAstrolled Into Frankfort and that ug to the capitol grounds he saw a man stick a rifle barrel out of that ame corner window and then hesheaid the shots Most ample evidence t was given that at that very houra Weaver was at Gruyson Springs Kenp tucky one hundred and miles east of Frankfort and the fellow- Ss now in committed for pluryown after a long and patient hearing on n which it was clearly shown that head never been inside of Frankfort when be gave his testimony about the rifle stuck out of the window How does one such witness come into to bb case at am Did he Volunteer his petjured story in order to hang a man unknown to him who had never ronged him Is it not likely that he men who hired him to swear away Powers life had also hired him he confessing accomplices But the strongest pfool of the dehfendanta Innocence Is the jnanner 2hichThousands nave Kidney Trouble arid Dont Know it I Uow To Flan Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a t sediment or set lung Indicates an unhealthy condI tion of the kid neys If It stainsh Uyour linen evidence of kidoney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also of convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order of What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so of SwampRoot I nbekInabllllytoIt or bad effects following use of liquorm wino or beer and overcomes that necessity of being compelled to go often Mduringordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won a tlIfSlusIYoui more about It both sent 1II absolutely free by mall of address Dr Khmer It norn ctampltoctiCo Binghamton NY when laid Ion reading this generous offer In this paper oa the stand during an exHutination drawn out for nearly three days Iii never once faltered never contradicted himself he readily confessed that thee mountaineers had been brought to Frankfort to fight if need be and that recognltlhim make confessions of his unlawful intentions but whenever he tried to speak of motives or actions incompatible with a murderous Intent for in stance when he tried to explain his journey to Louisville as made for Ihe purpose of bringing unarmed respectable citizens to Frankfort as remon straots the judge stopped him In- fact the judge rebuked every witness olthe defense for every word not strictly competent though he gave to the psccution and its witnesses the widest latitude When Rev John Stamper a brother In Inwol the pre tended accomplice Golden having sworn that the latter spoke ofhis be lief in Powers innocence antI in ans wer to a question by the prosecution responded I testify because I dotwish and innocent man to be punish ed the judge called him down for making a stump speech and ordered lie words to be expunged The Ken tucky Code of Practice allows none but written instructions in criminal cases the judge Is not to display his own belief in the prisoners guild or innocence but on this trial the judge intimated all along his belief iu the prisoners guilt and his desire for his conviction Do not jlame Prance too tbeIen reversed as I fully trust that it will be Please give to this letter the widest publicity through the press or otherwise Truly your brother in love ofjustice LEWIS N DEMBITZ of the Louisville Bar 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 li Does your skin itch or burs AchIng boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale Ifsso purify your Blood at once with BtB B Botanic Blood Balm It he Blood Pure and Rich heals every healthykincancer eating sores Painful Swell curedbyobstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B drains the Poison and Hu system h elsefalllargebottlesbottle reads Botanic Blood Balm o sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write it Address BLOOD BALM CO tlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and tree medical advice giveny w The country is beginning to underr tand that Bryanism is the same- hing to day that It was four years go unchanged In every essential Elmlra N Y Advertiser LOOK A WITCH IN TIME auie nine hughes Tonic new linproreil taste easant taken In enrly SprlnK and Fall lire Chllln Dengue and Malarial Fevers Acts the liver tones up the system Better than Quinine 1urantecd try it At UrnggtuUJOc nnd 1100 bottles 3SMt The men behind Bryan are the- men who stabbed labor and business death from 1893 to 1897Des Moines tows State Register For all fresh cuts or wounds Int either the human subject or in anlC malaas a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is excellent while for sores on working horses especialb if slow to heal or qualities are unequaled Price 111WilliamsFour Years of Employmont 11 A prominent resident of Kenslngs ton who is a mechanic by occupa ion was invited a few days ago to attend a Democratic meeting Whya should I attend your meeting in uired the gentleman of the one who ad extended the invitation IndS p ut of work for four years during the Democratic administration but since T the Republicans have been in control national uflairs I have had plenty t work and money to buy necessl ties Vote for a change What kind q change lor the worse Ohno dont want anything of your eeting We think the gentleman quoted has expressed the sentiments 01 every echanic and laborer in the country Work has been plentiful since Mr- MelllIleyselection and no man ol l- usiness will vote for Mr Bryan for change Change is the one thing he mechanic will be short of it Mr ryan is electedeThe above Is from the Kensington Press and what Is true of theme mechanics in that place is also true of the mechanics of Annapolis There t none Idle who will workAnna polls Md Examiner i EXGOV JOHN YOUNG BROW Comes out Squarely fo Yerkes In a Letter to Chas 1 Stewart Louisville Ky Sept 28 Charles I Stewart Esq Chairman My Dear SirIt Is a matter of pro found regret that I can not attend the meeting of the honest election Dem ocrats to be held to night at the Auditorium On Tuesday last I had an attackofacute muscular rheumn tism and have since been helpless in 1bed suffering extreme pain I am better but yet unable to walk I heartily endorse the object of the meeting and JtIL a great dlap polntment to me that I cannot be present Grave questions are to be decided by Kentuckians Are we to have selfgovernment Are we toex erclse our political right3hall we have the light to vote and have the votes counted as cast Shall we be represented in the offices provided by our constitution by those chosen by a ma jority of the voters Or shall arbi trary power disfranchise us By fhgrant methods and upon false pleas the vote of the great county of Jefferson including tha city of Louisville paying one fifth of the taxes ot the State aud containing about onetenth 01 the voting popula lion was rejected and not counted Other counties suffered similar out rageThe ruling Democratic party of the State did these things and others as utterly indefensible and we are asktd now to vote for Beckbam for Governor who is the chief benefi ciary of colossal crimes committed against the political liberty of our citizens He is the opoligist for all frauds and usurpations from which we have suffered The official robe he now wears a majority of the citizens of the State gave to another No court ever passed upon his title upon its merits the courts said only that they had no jurisdiction It was by the usurpa lion of the Legislature that the needs ed conditions were provided But I cannot enter into a discus ion within the limits of thin note of he living burning questions that are presented in the present canvass- I never cast a Republican vote in ray life but John W Yerkes a gentleman of truth honor courage and ability is the candidate of the strongest political organization opposing Goebelism and I Intend to vote brim He is the friend of civil liberty and social order Our object should be to redeem our State to restore free government a free ballot and a fair count This paramount purpose lifts present issues in thin State high above party platforms and may truth and justice win the battle Very ttuly ours JOHN YOUNG BROWN Dont TobaCco Spit end Slunk Tour Ufe Aaa To Quit tobacco easily and forever te wag netic lull of life nerve nml vigor Inks NoTo Ilac the wonder worker that mates weak men ttrooe All drusglt9COoorll Curoeuaran teed Iloolilet and samplo tree Address Sterling Kemedy Co Chlcaeo or New York ASTORIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ASignature of Bost for the Bowols No matter what ails you headache o a cancer you will never get well ntil your bowel are put right CAS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 ents to start getting your health ack CASCARETS Candy Cathartic the genuine put np in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations 11 Down at the modest little town of enuagrove N J a bank was started months ago The deposits now umber 23000 mostly from farmer Pour years ot prosperity for the agri culturist has made him Independent nd likewise a Republican and a i Protectionist lIe knows on which side his bread Is buttered PhiladeU hia Item NUrCKSHUOKTII KMMVIM Orein loccwuln ttwSoulh provm Hindu onlefi at remedy torCbllU and all ilnlnrlu Fever llettcr than Julnlnc Innrnutnd try ttflruggists 60e and 1100 bottlei 38Mt i In Memory William Loo McIIenry Ky Sept 18 2910 Whereas It has seemed good to the Almighty dispenser ot events to re move from our midst our late worthy and esteemed fellow member William Let and Whereas The intimate relations ong held by the deceased with the members of this local union 665 U M W of A render it proper that we should place upon record our appre I lation of his services as a brother and fellow workman and his merits as man therefore ai Resolved That we deplore the William Lee with deep feeling of j egret softened only by the confident hope that his spirit is with thosewbo Vfcvirg fought the good fight here are IF YOU WANT Fis tCls Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable FRIDAY owcIsI I ISYSTEMIC CATARRH r Thousands Suffer From It and I Not Know It lion A T WImberly Collector of tl Port of New Orleans La and memb of the National Republican Commttl la writing of Perunasayss n llonATWImb rIy S Ieruna Drug Mfg Co Col ambus 0- GenUenienI have used Peru na am can gladly recommend It as being n you represent I wish that every mal who li In need of s good tonlo conli know of It I would advise all such t take it now and am lure it would neve be regretted ATWiinberly Pernna Iau Internal remedy scientific remedy for catarrh It cure catarrh wherever located IU cure toptngriches the blood By cleansing th raucous membrane It preserve tb vital forces enjoying perfect happiness In a better I worldResolved That we tender to his afflicted relatives our sincere condolence and our earnest sympathy In their affection at the loss of one who was a good citizen a devoted brother and an upright young man Resolved That we furnish a copy of these resolution to his family and that they be spread on the minutes of our local also a copy be sent to a county paper GEORGE VOLNA SOUTUARDCom CURES BLOOD POISON Scrofula Ulcors Old Soros Bono Pains TrlalTroat mont Froo First second or third steges posh lively by taking B B B Botanic Blood Balm Blood Balm kills or destroys the Syphilitic Poison in the Blood and expels it from the system At the same time Botanic Blood Balm builds up the shattered constitution Have you sore throat pimples cop per colored spots old sores ulcers swellings scrofula itching skin aches and pains in bones or joints sore mouth or falling halt Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore the aches and make the blood Pure and Rich and give the rich glow of health to the skin Over 3000 tes timonials of cures Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at Drug stores I including complete directions Trial treatment of B B B free by addressing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Dont despair of a cure as Blood Balm cures when all else fails A rich lady cured of her des loses and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gaveto 000 to his Institute so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the Eat Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York Obituary Rev M M Hampton was born December 25 1855 Died September I 1930 In 1890 he joined Green River Missionary Baptist church and 1891 he was ordained as minister of the gospel by Dr J S Coleman and A constant distn of mucus from lhe ystern is known as systemic catarrh lieccom mon In spring and summer than In th winterB Sr Dr Rachel A Mig w67WcatJeffer 10on Street Springfield Oblot Your Pornna Is worth Us weight In gold pratItmoney on doctors but nothing ever did me any good until 1 sent to you and tried your Peruna 1 now feet well of tho catarrh II14aYIfor catarrh i I had uen troubled vUcatarrh for the- Iuhlghtyeara I became so bad ayear and a half sgothatItooktroatment two different specialists on oatarrh The dlvchdrgo train 0my head was dreadful Fin ally my sUm monthsILi weight from 165 pounds to 140 I WM n completely discouraged I procured a- LI bottle of Porn na and had not Uluao half the bottle when to my joy and r Myheada began to dry up I kept on and hive C now taken two bottles I have resumed i my work bave a good appetl le and have not felt better in ten rear I tri DOW SO and I thank Fornna for the way 1 o feel today o For free book address Dr Haxtaajt Columbus Ohio others to which call he gave his time and was successful in his work by bringing many sinners to see the dan ger they were in and persuade them to accept Christ as there personal Savior Bro Hampton was a kin 1 husband iflcctlonate father and a good neighbor lIe leaves a wife a il five children to mourn the luss ef husband and father In the cVut still breeze of September 1st at j m the death angel came to Ero Hampton and carried the spUit of our brother to the realms of glory to awiilt the sound of the trumpet when Christ will make his second advent to the world to receive his children to Himself N C DANIEL S- Low Rates South October 2d and i6th 1900 via Southern Railroad in connection with Queen Crescent Route from Louis ville Ky and Cincinnati Ohio Reduced rate one way and round trip tickets to points In Tennessee Mississippi Georgia South Carolina Alabama Louisiana North Carolina Florida and parts of Virginia These special rates only on October ad and isth 1900 from Cincinnati and Louisville via the Southern Rail way and Queen Crescent Route Connecting lines north ofCincinnati and Louisville also sell through tickets via our lines on these dates at reduced rates Maps schedules and information as to rates routes etc furnished free Correspondence and patronage solici ted Address 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ConndnUI DRS KENNEDY KERGAN b28CINctNHATI WALNUT STREET O-HIOqii l K K KKK K a Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTO Uq 5 FON and LON ROPERS Editor SolapHono SvLolnoaa Otasa C = lewd rrldaut t a tlit Hartford Pub CeJnecrptitt i ntred It Hartford postofliusssecand classmal math REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR IUHIIINT Win McIElaley OMIhlo FOR VICE rnmiDKKT ThodorStoeOV t OlMw York Fun IOVEIIllt- 7olsrs W + rcc Of Doyle Connly- 10K ONOIIF- IInU 7ouy- Rreeltenrurge Cum uty Fon the benefit of our readers we Lave today published Chapter 122 of the Kentucky statute relative to the itcck law When the statute refers to cattle it means all kinds of stock hones cows hogs sheep etc This law is to be voted on in Novem ber THE civil liberty citizens are grieved It know that they will have to tight that 8100000 civil war fund in thi present campaign Mr Beclchan has complete control of 8100001 malitia money which can and will in all probability be used as part of the corruption fund No one would dun say that it will not be used Ira lUau who accepts stolen goods ia not to to reliedupon He is not n very trusty gentleman Jcsr now the Democratic party le greatlyworked up over conspiracies but when Mr Goebel formed that un holy alliance with a lot of other cat tle to obtain office then the first conspiracy was formed It goes with out question that a conspiracy war formed between Wm Goebel J C W Btcklmm Gus Coulter Breck Hill Robert Breckenridge H V McChesney 1 B Nail and others in 1898 to the effect that Bill Goebel who was leader of the Senate waa to be Governor Grippe Beckham Speaker of the House was to be Lieutenanl Governor and so on down This con apiracy of the cubs of the Democratic party was organized to pass the Goebel law and every man now in a stolen office was then Indicatedand in fact nominated for the people had nothing to do with the convention Gentlemen of the oppositionists you are the authord of the first and only conspiracy in Kentucky and yet you have the gall to howl about conpiiocict If you cant produce argument shake a bush THE course of the Jerald in repro during the lies and misrepresenta tions of the GouiienJoumal has dis gusted many good citizens Some conclude that such an unprincipled concern should not have any serious consideration Since the Hernia ad milled that Taylor was elected it is wholly unable to defend the theft perpetrated in the name of Democracy consequently it is reproducing the OourierJournol fake contests in Con gross to justify the steal made in the interest of the modern Democracy in Kentucky Believing ILl citations to be false and unfounded Mr J A Reneer of Centertown wrote a letter of inquiry to Mr Wise of Virgina asking that he give him the facts in the case In reply to this letter Mr Reneer received the Congressional Record giving all the facts in the case This Record states says Mr Reneer that men long since dead were voted for Young nod men who never attended the election and to cap the climax then who hUll nevei breathed the breath of life This in a brief synopsis of one of11w HenuVTi citations and the others are just the same 09 a matter of fact fur the great American Congress duut stoop to stealing like that iiifanion Legiela ture at Frankfurt Mr Reneer has given the matt who would rather de lend wrung than right a severe dress ing down Read his letter in another column of this issue and then lei the Herald come again with another bogus citation in his attempt to justify stealing which it has acknowledged was ju noticed Mr Reneer is highly capable lo engage this instrument of anarchy in a mental combat Wattcrson a KrackerJack The same man who slandered and abused the honest citizens of Louisville during the last campaign has now the impudence and hrnzeu af frontery to arraign every hones Dem ocrat who elects to vote for John W Ycrkes and Bryan as a donkey and fool The moan Watterson with his lecture on Money and Morals in one end of his eaJiHuhags and a gal tor+ rJId Bourbon in the other is highly prepared and eminently equip ped to malign and defame the name andcharacter of every good and re putable citizen in Kentucky Any such prostitute and renegade as this old tottering wreck of a journalist and politician may be depended on to question the integrity of every man differing from him in matters of real concern We know of men who ares I excellent citizensthat have anticipated vting for Yerkes and Bryan To these honorable gentlemen we reM cppciliilly submit the abusive bab blingof Vattirson- Vlnt Mr Bryan needs is votes I The only vote he does net need KIT wnitt in to be found here In Kentucky It is that of the donkey who says he is for Bryan and Writes It is safe to say that all such votes lie actually gets may be tuns trtsl In a sentrybox Even then tIlt HlIlrybor will hllvc to be located within the bounds of the asylum for the Feeble minded Strict measure ment or a very high standard of hot psty IN not us a rule expected In or Jinan politics but It Is hard to re cinrlle the professions oi a man who eclarts for Bryan and Yerkes on any other hypothesis than that of pure imbecility No rascal would be such a fool as to suppose he could impose on anybody by such a pretense If the honorable Democrats who op pose Bcckbam are donkeys lunatics rascals and fools it is a pity that there ate not more of them for they Comprise the brains Of the original Democratic party They are the moral men the righteous and God fearing citizenship and not gamblers and thieves whom the Courier Journal now defends It those men who oppose Goebelism but favor Yerkes are mules idiots and rascals praywhat are those hellish fiends that endorse sanction and approve that Goebel robbery and rascality Wat tenon is certainly a KrackervTack1 the likeness of which God has never yet made If there is a man on earth who is justly entitled to the praise and esteem of his fellow man it i JIm who has the manhood to turn his back on nis party when it sets forth as its first principle that of political rascality There are thousands of these gentlemen in Kentucky and it is this class against which the shafts of vituperation and slander are being hurled by the isms and ites that are now figuring in Kentucky politics The Rascals vs the People The fact has never been disputed that the election of 1809 was wholly conducted by the Goebel wing of the Democratic party the fact that thi party had charge of every precinct in the State without exception is un disputed the fact that 119 Goebel ite county boards returned a swori statement that Gen W S Taylor received 2383 majority votes for Governor has never be denied the fOCI that Pryor and Ellis ratified these returns is a part of history Yet n mock contest was instituted Thi abnormaland anarchistic move of the Democratic party was authorized by the members of the State Central Executive and Campaign Committed The order for the contest was a unanimous vote of the members It is this fact we desire to call the atteu tton of our readers to a part of what these committees resoluted on follows Resolved First That we the members of the Democratic StateCen tral Executive Compalgn Commit tees in joint meeting assembled on the I4th day of December II Frankfort Kentucky express ou earnest belief that according to the legal votes cast at the late State elec tlon the candidates on the Democrat ic State ticket were elected and thui the Democrats ot Kentucky deman that these candidates lu proper legal course contest the election ofthe Rf publican candidates to whom certify cates have been issued Resolved Second That it is tho unanimous sense of the members Lf the Democratic State Central Executive and campaign Committees that Wm Geebel should make a contest as authorized by law for the office ct Governor and that J C W Brnkhaii should make a contest for the iflice c1 Lleutenanl Governor and that w heartily indorse the contest ai ready commenced by the other candi dates on the Democratic State ticket These men who authorized the contest which brought about the death of Senator Goebel and the sh me of Kentucky are nov ticking the people of Ohio and other counties t ratify the infamies ot their mpi i ionc deeds by voting for Eeckhnm Our readers will remember that this con test in which civil liberty and the ballot was overthrown was ordered aided and abetted by Mr Bn D Ringo of this city who is now making a tour of the county abusing Tay lor and the entire Republican party for what he did or caused to to ba done and begging the good people to sanction his diabolical course by voting for J0e W lieckbam Not on ly does Mr King stand condemned in the eyes of every Kentuckian but every member of the committee ol which he is a factor If the votes cast on tie 7th of last November were fraudulent May we not justly interrogate why did the Goebelites allow it Without excep tion every precinct in the hand of one party and that party says that an other party committed frauds How gentlemen was it possible for frauds to be committed in your very presence by the other fellow when he was buckedand gagged How in the name of reason could a man bound hand and foot placed In the control of bis enemies armed with every ves tige of power commit fraud or in timidate Ah gentlemen of thn abomination crowd your charge is too flimsy for intelligent men to counte nance Youyourselvesknow it to be a miserable makeshift concocled to deceive and mislead the honest yeo manry of this country salt for no oth purposeThese olitical mavericks are stag goring about in one common cause withone purpose and no other they are insincere They have nothing to stand ou but a lot of campaign lies they have chosen a course of the an archist and the revolutionist and un less the will of the people permitted to stand in this contest there will be a serious crisis in this commonwealth The courts have referred this contest- to the people and they intend to act and act decidedly and with unanimity of spirit Gentlemen of the enemy you will tako warning that unless you snbmit to an honest adjustment of the matter in question you will have the responsibility of what may follow upon your heads Is Beckhams Title Clear In Beckhams Henderson speech ho saiduI say to you that in the election lost November Willian Goebel and those upon the ticket with him fairly won the offices for which they were candidates Honest sober intelligent man do you believe this If you do how do you account for Taylors majority Why did Pryor and Ellis sign Taylors certificate Wernt they both true blue Democrats Ohl but you say the returns were fraudulent Well lets see Out of 119 counties there were 119 Gee bel Democratic election boards These men were all sworn to certify to cor rect returns Do you suppose lion est man that these gentlemen swore to lies in order that a Republics might be declared elected If you dont then why do you say the return were false and fraudulent Now real ly dont you know that the charge up on the part of Goebel Democrats is farfetched unfounded andabsolute ly falseBut Mr Beckbam continues to talsify and malign the god of truth and honesty From the Circuit Court of Kentucky to the Supreme Court of the United Slates our cause was approved and our rights finally established Without accusing Mr Beckbam of wilfully misrepresenting the facts in the case lets take up the language of the courts On the 2ltl of February Mr Beckham filed sub in Ihe Jefferson Circuit Court praying that Taylor be adjudged to bee usurper and that be be adjudged en titled to the office of Governor Oi the 27th ot February Governor Tay- ter filed answer and counterclaim against Beckhara in which he emphatically denied that the proceed ings of the Legislature were lawful He herein alleged that the contest boards were fraudulently chosen thai the contest boards were not selected by lot as provided by law but by a conspiracy perfected by Wm Goebel that a numberat least five had urged the contest and were therefore dia qualified from sitting on the board that at least one member of the board had a wager on the result which be aided in determiug and was therefore incompetent that the Legislature never had one word of evidence be fore It at any time All these charges were set forth in the answer And in response to these Indisputed facts Reckham could either have denied them and taken testsmouy to disprove thorn or he could enter demurrer to them which admits the facts as stated to be true Mr Beckham demurred to these facts and set up a claim that the Legislature hadsaid he was elected and it was beyond the province of the court to consider the question Beckhams position was that the General Assembly had sole power to say who was Governor and who was not The language of the Jefferson Cir cuit Court on the case is follows I is earnestly urged that fraud has been committed by the Cntest Board anti the General Assembly participated in that fraud both before and alter lilt fact by conspiring in advance with the Board to unseat the couteslees and etc All this may be true but we are met by an unbroken lino of authority in Kentucky and eeewhcre which forbids the judiciary to investi gate the motives or purpose with which an act of a coordinate branch has done1 Does this approve Mr Oeckhams cause Judge Hobson of the Court of Ap peals said Whether or not their decision in these rJIIlIeslUIS right or iernnijl Ice have no power to ii quire Des this approve Beckhams cause Finally we quote from the last tribunal the great Supreme Court of I the United States Thai flits proved ineffectual as tr them even bough tiieir I grounds of complaint may hive been in feel well founded was the suit of the Contlltutioii and saves under tol felt lity lived by and triici they were bound Any remedy besides thit ii to be found in the augiul tribuunl of tl11 people tdiich is wntinuaVy fitting mid over wkiie jiuly ment on the Ctiulitci of public function cri- ed lite courlt exercise no control ilt- mustI decline to take jurisdiction Fellow citizens these are the facts in the case and Mr Beckham knew it too Every lawyer who is en jeavbriog to influence the honest country men to vote for a man that stole the office of another knows that the cbargeset up by Beckhnrathat the courts have approved his course is a lie out of whole cloth They know it is a lie and yet men of Hartford and other cities go forth preaching this doctrine of Belial that they may mis lead some unimformed man FAKE CONTESTS IN CONGRESS As Reported by the Hart ford Herald A Clever Dressing Down for the Assumed Editor Cenlettown Ky October r 1900 EDITOR RnruiiucxN I notice in the Ilatlfoid Herald ot September the 26th an article headed More about civil liberty together with a notice in the editorial column calling special attention to the same The leaders ol the Herald rerncni ber that immediately alter the 99 election of the acknowledgement ol the Herald of the election of the Re publican candidates and the contest to same Hut soon alter Its concession it was decided by the leaders ot GJO bel ism to rob the Republicans of their offict s to which the people bad elect ed them And ofcoursc as the Herald war oue ol the gang it readily laid aside principle put on the mask of dtcep time andfalsification and stood hard all- an abettor to the theft and sit a gave is a justification for the steed the con test in Virginia fora seat In Congress Richard A Wise vs William A Young saying that it in no worse lot a Democrat to steal than it Is for a Republican and in the article above referred to the Herald defies the RE PUBLICAN or any other paper to dis prove the record It Is not my purpose to attempt to disprove the record but to let tht record stand ns it is and for the benefit ol the Herald man would suggest that he Investigate the record referred to that he might be able to give r truthful statement of the seventeen contested cases in Congress which be has so willingly called attention to I do not altogether understand the Herald mau when he says disprove the record unless lie meant the recorded or printed record of Congress in one of the seventeen cases referred to In the case of Richard A Wise vs Wnr A Young ol Virginia 1 have it in full beginning with Mr Wises notice to Mr Young that he would contest the election to the las act in the case in Congress including every word of the evidence and the report of the committee on contested elections and what I can see in this case and In the high esteem in which I hold the American Congress I am convinced tint the other sixteen were justly and honorably decided as in the case of Wife vs Young In many of the precincts where the returns showed certain number 011 votes returned for Wise be prove by men who voted for wouldI he received many more than turns showed which was acknowl edged by Young himself and the evidence also showed that Young had votes returned for him of men who had been dead for years and of Dim ocrats who never went to the polls The proof also shows that after the Young faction had voted all the living and dead that they could think ofthev then resorted to bogus names com menclng with A and running down a list alphabetically Therefore Mr Young bad to acknowledge that the returns were fraudulent So the Her aid man may now see provided he is not so blinded by the God of the Goebels and the Campbells Jack Chinn Haldeman South Trimble etc why Mr Wise was and Is the Congressman from the Second Dis trletof Virginia- I will also inform the Herald man QIGHMPTM Do not think or a single moment that consumptionwill you a sudden blow It does not come that wayIt creeps its way along First you Inothing I cough then a Hide loss I In weight a harder l cough then the fever and the night sweats Better stop the disease while It is yet creeping Better cure your today j You can do It with I IpRfillr The pressure on the chest is lifted that feeling of suffocation is re I moved and you are cur ed You can stop that little cold with a 25 cent bottle harder coughs will need a 50 cent size if its on the lungs the one dollar size will be most economical I confidently recommend Ayers to all tmIlTFortr UJanAddrcti that the political machinery was all in the hands of Mr Young and his henchmen and in adjusting his big knife for his five or six thousand majority that he set in to get and too the returns showed thousands mote votes than there were registered in the district But it was not so In Kentuckys stunIe of the people against Goebel ism In the election of 99 The Goe bel patty hind all the machinery and nod boasted about it and adjusting their big knife to cut off the Repub lican majority of 20000 Wood son spoke of in New York but they lell short about five thousand ot setting their big knife deep enough to snake a clean sweep ol it And so they had to call on the legislature to finish the theft and as to how this body did the rest the people are well aware Very respectfully jAuns A RBNISER I1KR hrUwnlor- Cartnrr ot the firm ot K J IIIKKV A Co lining In 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county was fitd asking a Rubmlsslnn nf the question whether cuttle shall be permitted te1 run at large in said county and asking that this court direct the officers of election in said cnunU to open n pol lit the next regular cltctlon lor said purpose nod it appearing that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county has here tofure dtcidrd by a m j rity ol the Members composing the sime that said election shill be to take tide tense of the voters ol the entire county upon saM question and it lurlher apps siice that the petilit hers at the time ol fi log said petition depoiitd with this court nn amditt fufDciunt in thi jurgnert of the emitt defray the rx pennies of the election upon this qnef i lou Ills then tore out ied that nur clue ltun benibiuitttril Kt the next HB ular election and the Cotut row di ccts the tfCcfta of rltclmn in Ohl aunty to Open a poll 1I1llie 6tver l votlng precincts In raid aunty at thi text regular election N vinfiet 6 9io fur the purpose of atc itidnini the win oi the voters of thus county upon the question whether nr not the wish cattle to run at large in said county and the clerk ol this couitis directed to prepare ballots for said purposePursuant to the above order I S T Stevens Sheriff ol Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened ut each oi the voting precincts in Ohio county ou November 6th 1970 for the purpose of taking the tense ol the legal voters as to whether cattle shall be permitted to run ut large in said count S T STIIi S S O C The Health Problom Is much simpler than Is sometimes supposed Health depends chiefly upon perfect digestion and pure blood and the problem In solved very readily by Hoods Sarsaparilla You may keep well by taking it promptly lor any stomach or blood disorder Its cures of scrofula salt rheum catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism and other dl seises are numbered by the thousands The favorite family cathartic if Hoods Pills T FOR SALuA farm of 160 acres good buildings tttll watered Lying on Rough River near Ross ripple For 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Day at Louisville last Saturday Mr E W Jackson of Cromwell If here in this pace making photos Miss E Me Smith of Rekptrt win town yesterday Mr W II MrftMoxol near Echoli vas In town Ut Stiudiy the guest ol his sister Mrs E F Rowe Mr George Maddox and fimily ol Rockpott visited H F Rowe and family in this city Sunday Miss Stllle Stanley ol Rockpul visited ltr cousin Mr W 11 Stanley SundayMr Liudtr of Render is a candidate for Jailer Mr Ituder Is Police Judge of this town he Na good honest citizen and would bloke us all a good j iilr He is a nun ol good character and of principle he has served us na Police Judge for two years and I mutt and can truly say that he deals fairly and honestly with all lIe iraU everybody alike according t Inv Mr Lauder has been n citizen ol Render for many years and he IK will known all over the county leis a true Republican and Is a candidate suhj ct to the action of the Republican party and respectfully solicits your supportMr Gross Williams ol Haitlord was 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formerly a part of the P D E RyeThe services is as follows NORTH OUND Dally Ex Sunj Iv Evanfvlle yjjopm 7300111 Ar Chicago 7oon m 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 8300 m Evansville 8053 m ssop m o Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair nrs ort day trains Tickets of you local ticket agentI wI HEADQUARTERS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED AT U COLLINS BIG STORE FOR THE FAIR VISITORS Our Fall Stock of now Goods has arrived and is now open for inspection and JUT store is at the disposal of anyone at ending the Great Ohio County Fair If you have any appointment to meet my of your friends specify our Store as your place of iI1GCt111bas our house is open LO alt and you are entirely welcome to spend your leisure hours at the CHEAPEST TRADING PLACE In Ohio county Especially low prices w ill prevail on every article in the house dur ing Fair week If you need a change of linon during the Fair do not fail to si o our line and get the lowest prices ever offrrcd Visit Headquarters while attending the FairYour prcsonco solicited The cheapest house in Ohio county I h- E REMEMBER THE PLACE T COJ INSf m TtHLES USCTIiC TELCPfO Mnufaotured Jw the Southern Electrical Company 0 NAshvl1Je TeE ae And be convince that it is the peer of Any telephone ON TILE 1ltIETiIlie make a spcc a- LONG DISTANCE 0 TELEPHONE In Oak Cases l onz Distance Transmitter best haul rubber hand Telephones With tUlteriea cimpl uo for JJJQQS vF 0 B Curd Nmhvillo- Wrllp 1 in fur prices in nil mioriil uscil in onnection with the TELE PHONE OH EUJCrKlJAL BUSINESS VJe Aro EJeadQUar1iers I w WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND r lJT lYl Beaver Dam Ky + ForT xfbdl3a i axed Gent1cD1enITlinpttiLh c iitratM in Literature Lingiiapi + Mnemo Aft and undoes Excel ent home inllucncc Refined and plensaut iuviroonicntB Eight years ol riccesiil work lies beta completed Next session opens August 28 1900- W j G WEiJ130RN PIes 1 HiM BARNES Vice Pros t Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of THE UEPUBLIOAI is 1 in advance r Ff 1 1 1 tifftl i T e T t llll I 4 e444I I T- YJl Ill 4H III J li f f b I r T f Y t T s0t- iI mauyIThe tcitlmonlals to our big FALL OPENING f getII I youWet in Polka Dot Stripe Plain aud Fancy Figured tho latest for WIt ft Also cheaper grade Flanuelottc f In Wool Suiting we have Venetian Cloth Home Ipun Suitings Coverts in new IIbule Ciutor ami Ox Ifurd new Blues Ac Pt hbe Cloth Golf Suiting I SergcuFort a k Ieuperbo lino in Plain Tullttse Figured Fancies all r- l shades MILLINEYcDLPARTMLNT t I Dont need much advertising The lathe do that I I for us And the way they have done it for us this P yew n is certainly c impliment that anyone should r ho proud ol Keniembr every HAT wo have I NEW There is no shape ot readytowear I that we are not shoeing Our price aro right IIiIIIIes flint ihadcs tlc latent When it comes I Trimmed Ha H wo d Mint PLAY SECOND FII r DLKWKIKAD tIIOY to you to inspect our Ilino k CAPES isr AND JACKETS w Our entire line Ie here tto cannot describe every IIIrllc1e We have ladies Capes froiii 8100 to I asca Jackct81Jd to 8760 Ladies t to 81260 Our styles are the latest and 81000i f rightoti invite you to vieit us We I you the lIISt coin pieta line of Dry Goods iu lIarloldII The Plnoo Is 11 Republicanru 5rIllinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo Sow time rnnl UHoir east NunJny Juno Slth l eO8t niMi- iiKnnli llonnil Nniilli nniim- lNuin tin 403 mil Nil 121 lo llt0n m- Na102dornpHI No lolde2r4pinf- t Lrdu3Sp iu staldnabpn- lenl ltrlcln No tt duTadnln Nn 1M dn2Lo p In- N II VjKMKriCII AWUt Singer Offictl Call at Sinner Office For Hot Peanuts Singer Office 0 whet nice Ftuiil When Singer Office Jnontfail to visit us while attend Ftir CARSON Co Mr L D Bennett Beds called to sec us Tuesday Mrs L D visiting MiB Edna GrlmnIMUs Margaret McGill Owensboro iISlbe guest ol Miss Tattle MarksIIda Bairde lMissrl guest ol Sirs K XV Ford r titMiss Ninnle Q ilscnberty Calhoon is visiting Miss Berths Riley Mr Wm Yield Owensboro is vis it lug the family of Mr Join Thomas Mr Pat Howls Springfield III Is visiting Ids niece Mrs J B Fos ter- TMisses Ieona and Annette Tichenor Calhoon are vlsttlng Miss Lizsle Mil Icr I Minsefl HUn and Udwlna Rowe 1 Oarensboro are visiting Mrs John Thomas Misses Amhle Ford and Man eI r s Smith Fordsville me visiting Dr I + LndMrs E W Ford t t J Thestntenient of the Ohio county iDallkIn another column shows the standing of that business institution I Mr Luther Chlun who lias been t in California tor the past two years l Is visiting relatives and friends in i Ohio county I Mr Sylvester Cecil has typhoid j fever at his home In Owensbnro He has been in charge of the Cumberland Telephone in this county I y I awn ui loretuitmeCONSUMPTION See CARSON BROS Stock of New l a nSi Shot Guns FUflosTargotGul1s Ammunition for all r lit We are ready for you DODSON KINO Liverymen Mrs J W Thomas Dundee is vis Itlng Mrs W H Moore Miss Iucy King ot Calhoon is the guest ot her sister Mrs R J Hudson Mrs II J Hudson has returned home from a visit to relatives in CiN boon and Owensboro Mr J L Rogers Greenville is visiting the Rogers brothers For nice fresh Fruits of all kindsr call at the Singer Office Mr 7 L Mauzy who has been in Owensboro since May returned home Tuesday Just received some new Polka Dot Flannels for Waists Ask to see them CARSON Co We have a lull and complete line of Furniture Visit us for anything in that line CARSON Co Mrs A P Taylor Kirkmansvllle Todd county is visiting relatives here this weeksuFor Ice Cream Sherbet Soda Water Lemonade and Phosphates call at the Singer Office Miss lilla Smith nail Mrs Emma Cooper are the guests ot Mr T J Smiths family Mr A R Careon of Louisville it visiting his others family Mr J L Carson this week Miss Lizzie Walter returned Monday from Hygela Springs a very popular health resort in the moan tims Dont Set ThinGet fat j get nice and plump i there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your food tvorks j winter is comin to try your breathmill P11a is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky j look especially Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of easiestt in the world j it is more than food it helps t you digest ol your food and get more nutri mentfrom it Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman and child I umpreLEcbemlu40j Peal Strut Voik joe aad aunt all dnlggWflew Mrs Frank Joplin Hiizabethtown tvisiting Mr Henry Griffins family Mrs C M Smith Pordsvillc is ltlng Mr and Mrs T J Smith Ior nuj thing iu the Livery lbn callon Dodson King they have jnst opened their big stable Attention We have just opened up our new stable and are now read for you Give us n call- DODSON KINO the Liverymen Mr and Mrs Lewis Logs ton Owens bow were the guests of R L Twed dells family first of the week Mr Arthur Craig and sister Miss Oma White Run are the guests of Esq James A Parka family We want everyone that attends lb Fair to visit Carson Cos store Dry Goods Shoes Notions Clothin Hats and Millinery goodsc8500 more of the countys debtwas canceled this week leaving 20000 bonds out standing It Is hoped that this debt will soon be erased for the Is no reason why this county should be in debt Mr J F Rowe was caught hetwee- two falling trees recently in the woods near McIIcnry and cam ear being killed Ills left arm wa considerably mutilated but fortunate ly he escaped without serious Injury The Republican ol Sulphur Springs will have a rally on the 20th The colored band from Hartford has been engaged for the occcslon Cot J S R Wedding will deliver an address upon that occasion The meeting baaI been set lor t p m Schiccter the wellknown Pbotogra pher Is now at the Hartford wharf with his Floating Studio We are making Buttons at 250 each or two for 4oc Kodak Photos at 500 per dczen They Are twice the size of Daisy Photos Come and tee us- SCURUITSR Mrs U J Seaton died at her lathers residence Mr Tom Murphy near Olatlon last Friday of consumption She had been afflicted abuut two yearsfrHer remains were interred in ris burying ground Saturday She leaves n husband and a host of friends to mourn her denial absence We publish to day the statement showing the condition of the Beaver Dam Bank The figures finrnished us by Mr Darned show that this bank is enjoying its share of the great ba inessactivity which prevalles throughout the county The statement Capt Cox likewise Is indicative of fi nanclal ease CoAt At the Mrs Elijah Miller Bank opposite Dr Millers flank We aim to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good roadI fine loading place take lu exchange all kinds of horse feed such provls tons as we need and fruit at Ilartford prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNo A EDGAR MIUHR Mr Heavrin spoke to a large audls ence of Republicans at Union Grove Church Saturday night Superintend ent Fan Rogers addressed a good sized crowd at Rockport 5aturde The Republicans and Ind pendent Democratic voters are Indignant over the theft committed by the Democratic party and their meetings ate largely attended Dr E M Berry who spoke at Hartford Monday sustained a very pain fill and perhaps serious accident Tuesday at Horse Branch When the local freight had stopped at that station Dr Berry arose to leave the car when the train gave a sudden jerk him backward breaking three of hi ribs and injuring his shoulder He ffered Intensly from his irjuries and is disabled from pursuing his work in the campaign for sometime If you want an up to date list you must call on Mtss Alice Stafford Car son Cos Milliner You can get most any style to be found in a firsts class Millinery store Miss Sta spends her vacations trimming In the largest wholesale store in Cincinnati where only first class Milliners are employed We keep a complete line ol Mlllinejy goods So with our up to date Milliner and complete line of goods you are sure to get satisfaction then you visit us CARSON Co On account of Dr Berrys accident at Horse Blanch Messrs M L Heav tin and MS Ragland were sent to fill lets uppolntniemt at Fordsville Tuesday night The morello was a splendid success there being about 300 enthusiastic citizens gathered to hear the story of the wrong- told Mr Heavrin made an excellent t receivedgnd it may rightly be depended u pon to do the proper thing on the 6th ot Ncvember o Slow Are Tear Kldneyi arsadrlIlbtnrillkIdellopapLtroei I V Public Spooking Hon Milford W Howard of Ala name the matchless young Populist orator of the South and the campion honest elections and liberty will speak at Hartford Thu October the iStb at 1 m OEverybedyfeJo A PARKBK a ChalrraanCimpalgn Committee L If you dont feel quite well try a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla It Is a wonderful tonic and Invigorator It twill help you 0LAST MONDAYS MEETING A BRILLIANT SUCCESS Dr JS Coleman Introduced eDr Borry In Language Doth Polntod and Logical YThe citizens of the county were greatly elated over the addresses of Dm J S Coleman and E M Berry Inst Monday llr Coleman kindly- Rccepted the committees Invation to preside over the meeting and to in troduce the speaker for the occasion They were both ministers of the gospel and Independent Democrats Dr Colemans address was able logicaland clear from party prejudice andeno man can thisgconvictions on the present political conditions save that of truth Dr Coleman has spent a lifetime in the service of his Master in the at shireduties ol this life and the one to come W aboeout in the assertion that Dr aColeman is the father or the Baptist in Western Kentucky He ehas done a noble work that will live forever He is able iu argument and forceful in expression aud what be says carries with it the force of an orator Ills address Monday was a timely one Instead of 300 people heating it- tj should have been heard by 3000 lie said he regarded the present crisis as very grave and unless relief came soon a more serious strain of sfFtlrs would he precipitated upon the people- of Kentucky lie declared that the same spirit that caused the great Roman Empire to perish was now brood- Ing in Kentucky and in this statement all rational men concur Every utterance came from his heart and it bore with It conviction and we trust regeneration in a political sense The sickest Democrats that ever gave ear to a speaker listened with silence to every utterance om the lips ol this aged patriarch for they knew that he was not a Patti san that what be said was as true as the gospel and that justice to his country alone prompted him to speak out in the interest of an honest and B upright government Dr Coleman though very feeble could do his coun littsgreat ol raveofcrattc leaders In Kentucky After briefly setting forth the great wrongs committed by and through the Goebel law and his position in the matter he introduced Dr E M Berry who entered into a lengthy discussion ofmo both State and national affairs Dr Berry is a Christian minister well in known to many citizens throughout this country Ills language was clear tram abuse and slander and his spirit of sincerity manifested had great weight on his auditors His work was of great service to the civil liberty ledge and will be heard from on the 6th of November his is fenhuEvidentlycrat our town marshal was made the subject of a vicious and uncalled for attack by the last issue of The Hartford REPUBLICAN saps the Herald Nothing could be farther from the truth than this statement Personal ly we like Mr Clarence Morrison and think him a pleasant and genial gen tleman Last October we signed a petition placing his name on the ballot Hartfordson we voted for hint along with the rest olthe gentlemen for trustees This board ol trustees ordained that no stock should run on the streets save milch cows This board also provided a pound for the confinement of hogs dogs etc and it became the dory ol Mr Morn on as marshal to enforce the ordl dance and see that it was not violated and if vioated it was his duty to see that the proper punishment was In flicted At most any hour in the day from one to a half dozen dogs usual ly that favorable few can be seen on the streets in various parts heIforced whether the marshal be a Dew ocrat or a Republican or what not and Ifour present marshal is afraid ol hisgplace by a fearless and consclen tlous Ulan It is only through that a1 atathe Herald for The REPDDUCAN that it mentioned this case at all The RurunLiCAN believes In equal rights D to all and exclusive privileges to none This is all any man should demand and a gentlemen should under anyDr and all circumstances submit to this lTattfoidmknow whether the stock law is being enforced or not aud whether the marshal is doing his duty We therefore submit thecase without prejudice Shoots Hlmsolf elMr Johnatban Edge one of the a oldest and most respected citizens ol hio county living near Adaburg shot himself on toe alterW 8leltHaving recently purchased a new double barred shotgun be concluded 1 y take it along He stopped at the residence of Mr B C Greer where 1 he engaged In about two hours con venation with the family He then started on to Mr Liusou IJlgcs lrnviadt came nor r stepped to the portico to pick up his gun which was sitting on the ground In attempting to raise the gun upthe hammer caught under the edge of the portico and the load was discharged taking effect in the aim about midway between the shoulder and the elbow and ranging upward lodging under the shoulder joint all the firth being torn off this part of the arm Pbysi clans were summoned immediately and Drs McKlnuey and McDonald dressed the wound Returning Saturday they found him iu a very bad condition and decided that the arm would have to be amputated which was done Sunday morning He was thought to be dying Thursday evening A Bloody Affair Last Saturday evening while Mr James Ambrose was at work at 6ibngle machine pear Adaburg Frank Lake road up a quarrel ensued ut some trees that bad been cut near a disputed line between their farms Lake called Ambrose a liar and Ambrose knocked him off his horse This enraged Lake and he went at Ambrose with his knife open cutting him several times before be could get out of his way Ambrose retreated several yards Lake still pur sueing and cutting at him all the while Ambrose finally got hold of a refuse stave and knocked Lake down this time be got on Lake and caught the arm he was the knife with elandAmbrose received In all six very large cuts Three ou the head and face one on the aim one in the side cut to the hollow and one on the leg None ol these are thought to be dangerous ty except the one in the side At last accounts Mr Ambrose was getting along as well as could bs expected Lake received a slight wound in the head Tho Hit Dog Howled QDrthe man who impugned the veracity and verity of Drs J S Smith and H Innes Messrs K L Myers Peter Lander and J W Fields last spring- is out again in a vain attempt to be to le another of the countys best tit izens Col J S R Wedding Dr Patterson presumes to report lor th Herald the speech ol Col Wedding made at this place on the 25th ultimo The report is wholly tales and min leading The discourse was a mere ly resume of the acts of the Democratic if party in Kentucky within the last 12 nths Col Wedding did fay that the Legislature never counted the voteb the decision for Beckham and that Beckbam stole the office and I chat lenge Dr Patterson or anyone else to be disprove the allegation It cant be dlsprovcn It is a part of Kentucky history Col Wedding discussed t length the actions ol the courts stat approvethetitle The reporter for the Herald one of those fellows that is now de weaklingGovernor of the crimes which he endorses be he goes off at a tangent in the Democratic weekling at Hartford or Very trulyAN AUDITOR All Right Now for or in as so ted the a r it Overwork and loss of necessary any sleep made me very nervous to was with the greatest difficulty that could execute my frien theamediate benefit In a few days I was ntirely relieved I recommend it too musicians who suffer from overworked and disordered nerves the Otto H Shimmer of 3310 Stall St Milwaukee WIan 11 Miles Nervinece 1111IItint bottle benefits or money backWBook on heart and nerves sent free Miles Medical Company Elkhart In- dATTENTION hw Rememberthat horses will have th best attention at myu table Good Riggsat nd Buggies at allreI hours I nave the best the wheat grower in the the Guanoltf ear Fertilizer You so ellIJohn G Keowno HAHTFORD STOCK LAW rChapter 122 of tho Kentucky Statutes Farmers Warning Upcn the petition of one huudrtc voters of nny county or twenty voters of any magisterial or voting district Gird in the county court of such coun ty asking n submission ol the ques tion whether cattle or any sprcits hereof shall be permitted to run at large in such county justices or vo ting precinct the county court shall direct the officers of the election in such county or district to open a poll at the next general election to be held In such county or district in not less than sixty days after the filing of such petition for the purpose of as certaining the will of the voters of such county or district whether or uot they wish cattle or any specie thereof to run at Urge in said county district Provided however that any election can be held under the provisions of this act that the fis cal court of the county shall decide by a majority ol the members composing the same whether said election shall be confined to voting In mcjes tcrlal districts or shall be to take the sense of the entire county such decisions ol said court to be en on the records of said court and the same shall not be changed for a period of four years And provided further that no subsequent order of said court in respect to the territory to be em braced Bt any election sball have the effect to annul or tender void any ection held under the provisions hereof until after the expiration of four I years from the date of such election No polls shall be opened unless pes titioners shall deposit with the couuI court at the time the petition it filedan amount sufficient in the judgment of the court to defray tbeI expenses of the election upon this question nor shall such question be submitted unless notice thereof be published twenty days before the election in at least lour issues of tbea paper published iu such county if there be one having the largest bone circulation in the county if there no paper published In the county notice shall be given by posting no tices thereof on the court house door and in lour other public places In each precinct In which the election is be held The petitions filed in the county beepublished or posted sball state whether It is desired to prohibit the running at large of cattle general or only certain species thereof and only certain species they shell be designated by name When an election is ordered as provided the county clerk shall have punted on the ballots for each precinct in which the vote is to taken the question for or against the running nt large of cattle or the species thereof designated in the petition id county naming It namingdupon vote favor of permitting rattle or the spe cles thereof named iu the petition to tun at large then this law shall not in effect in the district districts county as the case may be where the vote Is taken but ifauisjnilty of those voting upon this question shall vote against the running at large of cattle of the species thereof named In the petition then it shall be unlawful after thirty days from said election my person to permit auy cattle the species thereof named In the petition owned by or under his con trol or in ids custody to run at large said district districts or county the case stay be and any person offending shall be fined not less than five nor more than twenty five dollars for each offense and If any damage shall have been commit by cattle in any such district districts or county the owner of such cattle shall be liable for all such damages whether the place where damages occurred be Inclosed by lawful fence or not and the person damaged sball have lien on the cattle committing the damage for the amount thereof and coat of suit and shall furthermore be the duty of constable sheriff or town marshal Impound any cattle found loaning districtsd 1 reof shall pay to the office so im pounding for each head impounded dollar and the cost ot feeding and taking care of such cattle provided cost of impounding any number cattle does not exceed three dollars the cost of feeding and such effi sball have a lien on the cattle so 1 j for his fees and expenses be may enforce in the manner 1 motgages liens are enforced The poll of elections held under this shall be compared and the result tj announced in the manner at the time and by the persons authorized to compare the polls and declare the 1 9 ccttalqethe records of the county court its next regular term held alter the is declared and the result of election may be contested in the w manner provided for the contest held r county officers except that notice etrpersons at the and shall be served on at h five persons who voted on tbe- pposlle side at the election and the shall be paid by the prevailing p 1 IG OaelEBeThe man who smokes Q OldVirginia Cheroots has a satisfied II glad I have gct it expression on his face from the time = he lights one He knows he win- aI not be disappointed No matter t where he buys oneMaine or Texas 0 Florida or Californiahe knows they awill be just the same as those he l at homecleanwellmadeburn 2I eventaste good satisfying I e Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this i year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 ntsr WIaIIIIIparty as in other cases of contested elections for county officrs countyInlaw another vote shall not be taken mill the expiration of lour years from the time the last vote was taken CENTERTOWN KY The infant child of Mr Jack Hill died the 29th lush and was burled S graveyardMiss we hope not in danger at present Mr W H Mocker has been confined to his room several days and is n a dangerous condition Mrs Albert Oslesby has been sick with fever several days at tberesl ence of her brother Mr O B Bosk att Carter lit Swain have sold their Hv ry business to Rbcads Rone Mr J M Carter transferred one building lot in South section to Mr r C Rhoads Renter Bios have sold their engine nd saw mill machinery to A D ichenor and S A Bratcher Mr George Carson has moved to neighborb0odDr Chapman has his brick in the kl1n and is keeping them hot they will be ready for sale In a few days MAY I I I I I The Coming Bmhy brings or pain Its for the mother to decide good health and a strong womanly organism motherhood but to a womans attractivenessMcELREES Wino of Carded strengtheningIthe crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women who feared they were barren It purifies heals regulates and strengthens is good for all women at times No druggist would bo without it i oo specialdirections DepartmentThetanooga Tenn MnSrOUISnAIJ5ofTefleronO uri When 1 fint took Win of d1l we bHamlrrlod IhrM years but could lanIStatomont of tho Condition OF THB 110 conn BANK At tho Closo of Business Sopt 29 100O ASSETS 74Overdraftsnod Unsecured I bed 68 Beak Building 5 oooro Stock Bonds c 236066 urniture and Futures 50000 Debra in Suits 179 46- Cashdn Other Banks 14153 21 Cash and Cash Items Safe 4443 68 Total 76175 43 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 1000000- eposlts 654651- ue Other Banks 2t4 78 50000fit 43Sworntis October 2 1990 L WALKER Notary Public My Commission expires Jan 10 12 Good Beginnings Wake Good Endings You tie wing A good beginning when you commence to take Hoods SArtprilU or any IrouKe of your Mood stomach kidneys or liver Persistently taken this great medicine well bring you the good end g of perfect health strength and vigor l a 1 aii Kooels PillArc prepared from Na tunes laxatives and while gentle are reliable andefficient They Rouge feLiver Cure Sick Headache Bil Stomach1andeverywhere 250 per boxr- reparedbycIUoodCoLowellHut Statomont tho Condition e OP THE B vu Dam D dtBauk Attho Closo of Business Sept 20 1900R- ESOURCES tit36aij6Overdrafts Due from Banks 29 124 61 Cash in Safe 7118 24 1300000Banking 50000Expense Total 177319 04 LIABILITIES 2500000Surplus 19067DueDeposits I19XI8 77 Total 17731904JNOSubscribed and sworn to before me by John H names Cashier October 3d 1900 M S KAGtAND Clerk By E P TAYLOR D C Rough River Telephone Company HCOBrOBlTXD I I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you van buy your own phonos and build our own lines in talking distance with tho vrholo county and business points generally 11 only Iltyln liotighRiver pensoifIlartford Ky for particulate Ne connect with all Independent Companies OAS1OnXADe- anthedin Klyd Ios Hits fJalls Bee t4 BIBitu STtst dpor Ladies Shoes Having come in pos session of an elegant but mixed lot of LADIEJ SHOES at about hal their value we will dis pose of them at the most ridiculous low prices They are well made and af good leatherjust thee thing for everyday wear Call and examine CARSON BROS THE GROCERS HARTFORD KY USE EAGLE FERTILIZERSOLD DeLe D Sanderfur 1 BEAVER DAM KY I will unload October 1 and 8 000 I will enat COST those dtjs i L f otHVI j H U V For and of 1f f tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of lIf- w tag Horso Shoo J T Good Luck Cross Bow and II Drummond Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value In secur r-W ing presents mentioned below and may be assorted Every man W- r woman and child can find something on list that they would llko to have and can have I TiOI 1ItChD L- nIfecCebIa4egOOdltCC1 15 I a S SratUlncllst CLIKli Set Knife Fork ind Spoon a5 E one f 6 tmh II1T WOOd llpa KI lUtc hollow ground Bno EnglUa SO tiijiiTto iO 10 0II KnlfeKeeaKuuerMtwobudea 73 f u Lutclitr 11111M bin IAaC 1 f 13 ffIll k Kutereinch- II s iiiir151Ifit DaliAMociationu Vtqualltrlto t II Alarm Click nlckil Ii E licnune Uocn Tepoonl o- nlf 18 gk keItem wind and eel I rCrI goo teeIbuckbrn halla 200 60 tislert Nc4IrOOdIO CASIO RIA I Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the I Signature In- UseI For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA H CINTAUN coy P IW VON ern I l1fStar SAVE YOUR STARTIN PREE tho qaa- druPleplaloonwwtemtI15O ought a Six tub OraBlBB Rogtn1 Rnlrci Fort tent gool U4fa Clock Mar Calendar llarometer KO I U Gun taae luther no better moa 0 fS3 IteTOlrer automatic double actlun 33 I 0 I TooietnoIpIathng1bntreitoOIs I hiediomi-q 10ru eononua1lbr 1110 4L 9 WIichteriITUretfUiUeWeid IQ I M ProM Suit fate n s t oirli 6r CIM With ICOO IitLthmenLsiOSl Reyoiyer CoU1 Seallocr ateel 1st n ruCeColtbotUalberto31 Oullar Wutjbarn rosewood u n Mandolin very bandftome UIM36 Winceiter 1epestthg Cthil Inn iiI 57 nf d iiblb iirXJ bbotunnIborllgsuget3as D wke adIc o- rCent20 y J Shot OallemllCtoD bmmerh 0 J JYYIT1fTHEABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30JH 1S00JrfIX n dlmea worth or fT RlpL TOBACCOlIe will laai longer and afford snore plcmure lists a dImoC worth ofnnr Wulhr brand W JBE TEST Tjel1ci tanloCONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louts Mo CREAMYVORMS iitSJ d o eijTXXaXi SDaCtTTaOISTS rrt JAMES F BALLARD St LouleA TIME ANDS arc practically annihilate CEby the ocean cables anti land telegraph systems which now belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to tis What happens there today we know tomorrowifwe read TilE CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents are located iii tvtry important thy in lie world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service nnd it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of tfte stirring events which are shaking the nationsof wars and rumors of warsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment ofnewof the onward sweep of the race in nU parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper TIlE CHICAGO RECORD limo mnl of tho world on Mercator Prelection nhout 53x12 FRA lu Izc beautifully rrlutcd In colors with n larcoKcain tncp Kurojt on tile reverse ildc will be mulled to any nJJro s rco of chureo cui receipt of request accompauled by two crnt unmpsto cover potazc ond The rnnr Illustrate clearly now cmprehentve1y tte upcUl ahK kcrvico of TnncmcAun ftrxxiim covers tbo CaStro dvlllrjil vorld Ail die 7UB CIUUAUO IltJOUD 131 JUaUoa itroct CV1SO A BOON TO MANKINDSn a- YTABLERS u BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS PIES F BAIURDS Sole Proprietor 310 Worth toto Strwf ST LOUIS HO t i I Hartford Republican1 I FRIDAY OCTOER S ITIThey Hopo for Republican Success and Dread the Effects of a Bryan Ito Victory I IThe Democrats endeavor to pose as the representatives of the poor men oft ecou trylagtly on tbeftrengthoi the fact which they freely recognize and admit that the great majority ol the business men of the country with nut regard to their original political opinions are beastLy in accord with the programme of the Republican party and with its past legislative performances Because argue the Democrats the business men and employers of labor in the United Stries to a very great extent are supporters of the Republican ticket in the present campaign the labor lug men of the country should op pose that ticket It will be rather a difficult matter to persuade any intelligent wage earner into the belief that a national policy which permits lila employer to keep his business running at a profi which increases the demand and the price for his product and which per suits him to employ a large number I men at higher wages than ever be lore is ot necessity a bad policy for the employes Wage earners recog ize with as much clearness as any people in the community thatif times are bad for the employers they are bad for the employes When the ottom has dropped out of the mark et when lurnancc fires are drawn and chess thl demand for goods ceases ihor sutlers as much or more than he employers of labor Every one admits that times art good now Every one remembers hat times were bad employers and employes suffered alike now that times are good they are good for both workingmeu and those who em ploy them That the great mtjotity of the business men of tbe country whose prosperity is dependent upon the maintenance of good times are anxious for a continuance of Repub lican control ot the nationil Govern went is due sole to the fact tbit thej recognize that Republican fucrcs means good tlnit while a Durn cratic victory at this lime ntniM in tel thecoratuecctuieft tfa ciid ol tie i re Sifti sucheta tvil HMI elsie I hi conntry suffered nnir UK in I IMV ocratlc administration Successful busings men are trained And skilled observers ol all condi ions which effect tleir liiilnefs in terests This is xhut fits nit tem successlul and rarely do thrv permit heir political prtdietiir tn liltnr hem to the eflect al poitiiil ciion The marked exception to this rule is u the Southern State where busi ness men while freely admitting thut Democratic success would be disas TOUS to their business Interests ftlll eel Impelled by the force of public ntlment in their communities to uppoit the ticket which they have Iways supported while not in sym lathy with a single plank of the latform of the patty to which they Ftenslbly belong The tusincss men- thef South are voting the Demo ratic ticket anti hoping lor Repuull lean success It is true that not all nl the wealthy ustncss men of the country support the Republican ticket The Have meyers of the Sugar Trust for ex imple are Democrats who cannot lorget thHt the Wilson Tariff bill passed by a Democratic Congtess pul millions in their pockets and made possible the formation of the gigantic trust which they now control Neither can they forget that the Republican Tariff bill cut down the special Protection which they received under the Wilson billRnd broke their m- onoLYONSIl f LAXATIVE I- ISYRIJPiINATum cj r- ocoNscj1 I I I I Is nate fro ti ad vegetable m1 I I u h jiirious dui i P 1 scflpuii tt c I ll I I I his curjof Con I Sic UviJilo It Jisvl ColJj I lIt ill lnptir I ilikJ ta corrl Ilyou io no l l r 1 1 laxntive yr uk i JrugRlit will r I An Ideal rciifii a is ras emits Fur 1 110 J5oc per bo- Uennu ro OA = 0 flyJII K CI iA N S1t15tIItr tIIPIIIV Ky UWIv JeSUS XTAYLOIl Cromwell Ky OPIUMacSWUII711I WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES- For snore than twcmyIHo years Dr J Vet ton llatuaway has mado a specialty of Female Diseases During that time Ito baa had among patients over ten thous women aulTerlnR from all many different tOm peculiar to the tes and completely and germs 2liii cured snore than SO per of tho cases lit has his exclusive method ho has perfected during twentylive years of oil most extentlre practice holt enabled to euro all of theso different diseases Including painful protosoor suppressed menstruation prolapsus all ovarian trouble tumors and ulecratlonln tact every form of tliow diseases which make a burden of life to tho treat majority of women He has so perfected thli system of his that he can treat these cases by mall without any per tonal examination to which every srntltlTe woman naturally objects and without any oper itlon with Its consequent join and necessary lancer Ills system of treatment II taken In the prl vacyot the home tho cure Is painless and It in positiveONB LOW FEB Writs him a letter stating briefly your condition and he wilt send you a blank to be filled out He will give your case bit personal attention and care make his tee so moderate Including all medicines necessary that you will not feel the burden of tho payment and be will guarantee you a positive cure Address I NEWTON HATHAWAY MD I r lUUmwar Co SOSChurehStmt Nuhvllle Tens WKMTIOV rUSS lAMCn V11KX WlimMJ poly Some scions of wealthy fami lies like the Belmonts and Hearst whose millions are so tied up In con servative investments as to be in no danger ol suffering any depreciation ot income no matter how hard the times may be support the Democrat- Ic ticket in furtherance of their per sonal political ambitions and tie up with the Democrats because their wealth will bring thtui more In polU Meat prestige in that patty than in ny other A law good business men like those ol Tammany Hall recognize that they can snake more than enough out of tbe looting of New York City to off ent any par ticular damage which might other wise result to them by ary ordinary business depression There are also individual instances like that ol Clark of Montana where men ol vast wealth not snlject to tbe ordin ly contingencies cf business sup rt the DfUTcraUc ticket in order ti i itain political prclerment As a practical unilotm rule hoA vet the c nMrv tive buiue H user I the ctitrv Ivpe Ir Retmbicir ncce s ltcut they hope fur a con iou irct ol prop rity noel the Intel igent worldrg men it tie cnutitri li til their end for prHjiily tho tIle riMSm Seattle Pt lutctli jellclr u CnSJ OJ 0aX ABears tbs its Kind Yol Haw Wwrs Bdtjhl Blgastincf 1I TUB RnPUBUCAN has a scholarship to the Bryant Stratton Business Cot ege one in Southern Normal at Bow Ing Green and one in the West Kentucky Seminary Beaver Dam any out ilesiriug to attend any of these lush tutions would do well topuichistout cchularships Imporlallsm In North Carolina The Caucasion of Raleigh is print ing each week letters from the differ ent sections of North Carolina show ing up the rottenness of the recent election there This is an eximple a letter from Burgaw in Pender coun ty It Isonly one of many not tin Itrongest of the lot by any rneansbu picked at random from the collection The writer says- Democratic promises two years ago reduced our party horn 450 to 240 The Democrats opened their cam paign at least two months before the election and formed redshlrt crowds They marauded the country at least three times a week at the dead hours of midnight with Winchesters and pis tols and threatened dire punishment and death to all negroes who attempted to vote They also visited many whites to make a dtuplay ol them selves and their weapons and told them that they hall better quit the Negro Populist party and fill in tht ranks with them it they wanted to be respected any mute by decent white people and that it wasol no ue to vote against them that were going V hive the election even at the cost of blood and life The refused to register white Populism and voted Democrats on the day of election who were not registered They did not count the true Populist vote that was cast by the Populist pasty They counted Ilr thtnuelve a larger iiipjmty tlnn there me Hem ncrats In the county To cuit up tin whole thlni in a few woirt ihrj had so completely tertorizd Imrdoz II and forced the wtu mivied hI theft tine ti bite the iltciton that nit the ttoud iutisUMi PipnltMH hml he come so liSjH rtrl tt thus turned tith contempt fr ra lle tiiit b xes Thtv said we cm do nothing hue to iliy but ucvtir wilt we iijfuin suf Icr oursflves to ho trill tozM an l fortvd at ho inuzzie flf Vinchsrei4 out itt our poilci ugh So closed the good Drnicinttc tragtdy In Pen der c unty Thl is a putty fair Rimpe of the Deim crude imperialism that M dtn1hel peeches on imperialism In AneriM anti let the Filipinos test a dy or two Kentucky Tribune TOISPEAI FOR BECKHAM Says Ho Cannot Support tho Bonoflclnry of tho Fraud Iulont Music Hall- Convention Kuttawa KySept IS z9ooThe Hon James B McCreary Louisville KyDIRr Sir I am in receipt of yours ol the I4th lust notifying me that I am expected by your commit tee to make n speech at Benton Marshall county on September 24 In sup port ol Bryan Stevenson nod Beck ham I cannot do so My private business occupies my whole time and is especially pressing just now I am heartily In favor ol and am earnestly supporting Mr Bryan and Gen Stevens and it will aflard me much pleasure to do anything In my power for them I cannot support Mr Beckhatu and maintain my own self respect because lie was not only n a party to but the direct beneficluy il the treachery practiced toward me in the Music Hall convention and saictioacd and aided ithe attempt made to convince the public that I had misrcsprcsented the facts as to certain things which occurred during that convention I will not support any man under any circumstances who alter my defeat flt that his sue cess at the polls required tint my per oust character for integrity must be dstroyed and aided in the attempt to do it I will not support any man for office who is afraid from lack ol ibility or any other cause to meet In olnt debate the nominee ol any other for the same office he may be n candl late for A man who cannot lead his arty in a race for Governor is not in ny opinion the kind of man to put n position as the chlel executive ol tie State of Kentucky I am a Dem crat of the meat intense type nnd m sincerely grieved that these en vironments hive been placed around ue but I am not at fault in the mater The approval ol my own con dence anti the respect of those near t and dearest to me and more to me- nh anything politics has to give have been thus lengthy and plain ecause you as my personal friend md as Chairman of your committte have a right liS well an all who can to know my real poslj in and feeling in this matter Very truly vJ STONU Thousands oftllc mi t stubborn and stressing case ol piles have betn nted by TABLERS BUCKEYB PILE I OINTMENT It never fiilsto corr trice 50 cts iu boUtS tubes 75 etc for sale by I H Villiaui Millions ol do Ian in gold shlpptd to Europe and still no panic Cann t sir Bryan be spired from the vvhlii Nash brush a moment Nw Yjik Press CONSTIPATION I have gone 14 day st a time without a- oment or the bowel not being able to DOT tnsin eieept br using hot water injection ChroniC coDttlpatloo for seen years placed me lo mil terrible conditions durlug Ibil time I did n rllblol I beard of but noTer found ant reliefs ucb was mr MM until 1 toxin utlng CAtCAHKTS I now base from one to tbrce Passages a d71nd If I was rich I would give I10UJJO for neb DOTcmantt IS Is sacb a ralltf Artiicn L HfXT WflIluwUSuBatroltMlch CANDY CATHARTIC TftADI MALI ttOOTtstfO Plaaiant Palatable 1otent Taata Good Do Cuod Never blCn ken or arIse Wuc too CURE CONSTIPATION IluUai 557 toe uCal af lMlnal Sc Ttt ta mml mr m Olila Coutitjr Ilrcult Court W T Owen Jnclwi J K Stow Attorney 4wrnbort T II Illnck Jullrr K A IIIon 1rk llowiui holbrook Mnatcr Com mlimlonvr U II liken Trn tra Jury FunS I- ITIIInllbrllfllllrlllrd mputy Hheritfll M llorker T II llonton J II Taylor W H Tln ley jlCliuirt nmreiiM flrnt MonJayln March iiml Atiffnit nml conllnupM usSr wwkn nol third Mumlxy In ln1I1n1 Norcmlirr two wrrk County Court J I Miller Judge 111 Sing liinl Herk I M I llenvrln Attorney Hartford WConrt ronvenm tint Monday In mi h mnnth Quarterly Court llenln on the wiiinil Monday II ruth month Court of Clntma Convenei flntt Monday In Jnn ussr Tneaday nfter neronil Monday lu October Other mrN Motley Knrreyor Mkreve II II lloynl Aiweiwoi Funlnvtllo Ion titters Nfhool Hanrinlend nt llnrttunl I W Oust Coroner sulphur Spring Tviatisata CouitB II n Taylor Cromwell March 3 Juno S fep t iulHr I Dwomlier 1 1KOO 0111ullatl7T A Kruna IordnTlllo Unnh I Jnno T IIPI 1rftlhIIftllIIJOII IB Tune SI Sep tember 20 lleeember 20 liMiO- I S ritijivhDnudetf March 30 Juno 20 Sop Umber l Itecember W louo- Conntabltvi T W llarrelt Olaton W J Slaw art Manda 1 II IknnU trrnlli Jeromo Allen Jlngoi I I Nckon llnfonl- Z oli riovie Corrrlcofi M K Church South Htrvlnw third Sunday In rch mouth at II H in nnd 7 p in anil fourth nndny nt T p in Irnyer inpetlna every Wfdnen day evening Iter J C IVtrle Inalor- Ilaptlut Chnrrli Servlren held wvuml ect inoiilh nt It n 1111111 in 1rayrr ntI IhdInKhBIIISchool Tnifitee llenn W II Hiinlnlck W II Maniy Woodbury rinnley II K Thoinno I Town TraitriMII t Colllm J U Mltllngly- lhi lliy Taylor KW Ford A DWhlte Hnrtfor- dCocrot i Co = iattae AII U W meela ootunj nnd fourth InIIny night I Knlxhtn of llinlty nieetimocond nnd fount Sat rday nluhtn IInlarIdB1Hnrtford Irfxlw So C73 A flntj Monday night In each month llouith hives UidBOXoHO KnlghU of tythln iiseetl every Tuwday night I 1ronton Morton Io t No 4 II A II hold pppp Inr mwtlum Sutnrdaybefon llratSundnyln each month All member of the twpoctlrolodgM are Invited o ttfpd nil busting I CCZCIJJIIASATANIDThis snort trtpsvaliii lIuton ellllg of nil skin Uuics is caused hy on ne roiijiionot 0 UF fa atill hlOOII sstui lIStless levelliIrOI1IU CtrIXtlfl tltStrtlsttCIlIalttlCiI niucti of this acid teaches the skin and it becomes ml send inflamed The itching and burning arc almost unbearable especially when overheated from any cause The skin seems on fire or rest li Impossible the sufferer regardless of consequences scratches until strength is exhausted This hurnlm itching humor appears sometimes little pustules discharging a sticky fluid which forms crusts nod scales Again the is dry hard uud fissured intensely bleeds and scabs over This is a painful antI stubborn form of the disease While Eczema Totter Urlpclll3 Salt Rheum and many like trouble are spoken of as diseases of the skin they are really blood because THERE CAN BE HO EXTERNAL IRRITATION WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE If the blood is In n healthy condition no poisonous elements can reach the skin I External applications of washes lotions arid salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the iiiflatnmation but cannot resell the dIsease Only S S S tile real moot metsicine CAD uo 1023 I S S S the only purely vtgetale remedy known Is a safe and pennanellt cure for Eczema cml all drepsuted bloodand skin troubles It goes direct to the seat of disease neutralizes the acids cleanses the blood rein forces invigorates 11 Hi nnans and tItus clears the system of all Impurities through the natural channels the skin relieved all inflammation subsides and all signs of the disease disappear Sirs Lefa M n Cardlngton Ohio says the was afflicted wllh Scrofula ton and Jtct1Ij from birth Uer face st time t eranie 10 todly awotlen that ahe was rot icccenliable and and haud were ecu note She wan treated br alt the doctors In town without being and la her rcKartheit for ullrf wan toM by an old phvildan In take S 8 8 She followed hin advice and wn cmmwly cured und has titter listS a return of the disease Thla waa aeventeen veara ago She tellrve the woiiM have len lu her grave year ego but for 8 S S lad adds whit It hn alncer111 It will do for othen Iu u u sssSenil for our hoOk on lIIool1anll niusi utOCnses ants nlcouqICeitn euuui uuw case they will cheerfully give any informatIon oradvice wanted We no charge or this Addseu hilt tpciti t Atlanta k 1 aria ChiHs all renp j 7fE BEST PRESCRIPTION is ftt4rurovcs a The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you M know just what you arc taking when you take Grove Imitators C do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy d their medicine if you knew what jntaincd Grovc contains I Irorr and Quinine put up in correct proportion and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while he Quininc drives the J malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that sf Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless tjChill Tonics arc imitations An analcs ofother chill tonics shows p Groves is superior to all othcn in every respect You LOare not experimenting when you tLc Groves its superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay IMcc Soc 93L4JZBollll GrOOR EII1IIOS3 COllOo tovvoJLeSouthern Normal School TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UHDEB ONE 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