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I ciiUbb1ng aaisrho lIatlud lIIObUull und IxinlnvUlilVmnnmtal one year fur 2 TwltedowerkouHerlonrnnl u louUvlll 1il pntih 1JNew Vurk Trlbnne- llnniKiiuil 14- 3r Knrni 143 a TIIIi Ohkq Hullo 16 nnliilMnlllliilHvllrnKMrit IIoCI Ktw York TrMrivlls TrlMim Irr0 MinIhlITeuuICummn lul Aplnl I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Job Wok OESiK or THE PART in THE F urISCONIRmIONALDISIICI II 1 a year IFin IXIII KY OCTOBER 12 1900 JXo 12 u REPUBLIC YL- XaGOVr r I I William I Bradley 1 WigH I Hon1JohnWI i iL- S lrEzJuNIUjI TaR GROUNB OCTOBII 21 19OOM GRAND PROCESSION BEAVER DAM LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY TO ATTEND fHUGHES TONIC rBottorthan CnlomolQulnln Tho Old Kolinblo Excellent General Tonto us wall as A Suro Curo for CHILLS and FEVER IT NEVER FAILS C = Just what you uood at this sOllson === cu MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONICu Guaranteed by Dtugglits Dont take any ntbttltute 5 C and fI tlJUles 38 1F IjJ4LJJIIcOSY Ulb a M L HEAVUIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will rwtlrt hU lrolIOIl In nil the court ot Ohio udjolnlnfrcnnitllm iiniirourlor Altenln Hiwclat Attention glfm to mlluvtlona ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW JlrllKMlY UY Will iiritrtlra hU vnittmlon In nil th rnnrU ol Olilti runnty Court ut AII 1ninipt and carrful ton lilrrntloii glriii nil bulnm IIlluI1- tu him urludependentTrlrphouelumreC ATTORNEY AT LAW n utmim KV Will priwtlr bin imifwolon In nil tho rtrarUnl Ohio nml of AIInl t n1nlaltntlonatventonilbulneentronlto-hi cnn oinn In WAtty nttlra In cunrthnniw k F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW llARTPOItn II Y Will procure In the marts of Ohio county nnl Court ul Ap Prompt nttrntlnn Rtrrn In nil II1lionlnKM to hi rare OHIce In Herald building A C TAYLOR ATTORNEY ATLAWH- AJInORD KY 1IUnllon ultra to nil bnilnnw entrant ed to bU rare umln rtiartbouw J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will procure hl 1irofInn In Ohio nod adlaln UK coiiotlM HpMlnl attention gtvruJoullbui nn4 entrnntcd to hl cnn BODYATTORNEYAT LAWFOR lNYIIAE KKNTIltltY Will practice hU protwwlon In nil Ihe marts of Ohio and ndjolnlmrmuntir nnd Court of Appeals Hptclal Attention given to collection JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAIITFOnn KY Special attention Klron to nil ba ln M entrant ed to hu rare tnarelueosrthou- eeSHELBY TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW t HARTFORD KY Wltlprnctfcoblm profwwlon In nil the courts ot Ohio and nJJolnlnff roaiitloH umlCunrtutApiwaUi Kpectnl attention fdT n to all awlgnweuU In bankruptcy C M BARNETT AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hli profnulon In nil the court ol Ohio and adjoining ronntlM Hpcclal attention will be gheeto all bmilneu entrnstod to hi cure Collections spMlnlty THE O Ju ge an 0E OF THE Bryans Election Would Strlko Down tho Policy of ProtectioneI I Seven years agotbc country was in I a condition of relative prosperity In i 1892 every Industry was active and all the ccmmeielal euttrpiifcs ol the mllon were fully occnpiul Theie was nrt at that time a Mnglc iifus try idle from one end of the country to the other These was a demand for labor In all the Industrial his tory 01 the nation there is no period of such wonderful fcucccss as that which culminated in the year 1892 What was the secret ot that triumph It was mainly due to the policy ot the Republican party iu the Irotec tlon of American industry anti Ameri cm labor Whatever the opponents ol that policy may say the fct IC mains indisputable that the results of j that policy arc such as to vindicate it beyond a question Look at the record I The last Democratic Tariff the Wilson bill in the preparation and advocacy c f which Mr W J Bryan had a large share was Intended to strike down the policy of Plo tection to American industries Can anybody doubt that Mr Bryan occupies that piiitlon today Will anybody question that he is now HB he was then opposed to the policy ol Protection Whoever has read Mr Bryans speeches for the lost four years must conclude that in respect to the fiscal policy of this Government he holds the fame opinions now that he did when lie was a member of Congress sod when his only claim to recognition was due to his warfare upon the Republican policy ot Pro tection Mr Bryans whole claim to recog I u1e sums way to seep rue wuumnay health U to use Dr Pierce 1nvorite Prescription It promotes perfect regu larity It the women It cures inflammation ulcer alien and female weakness It soothes and nerves drives despondencyand gives a healthy appetite all It makes childbirth easyand nursing mothers will find it a strength giv- Ing tonicFavorite Prescription contains no alcoho neither opium cocaine nor other narcotic I never courted newspaper notoriety writes Mn K A Deader of Keene Coshoaon Ohio ram not afraid topek It good word 11ea5a1Iurea After wing one bottle of rayorlle Pre scrlptlon and one or Pellets 1 was a well woman I have taken no medicine since and have bad no symptoms of former trouble stave used Prescription al tnt time for more than four year hal no equal dIOCI1 Free Dr Pierces Medical in paper covers sent fret on of 21 onecent tamps to y expense oC mtl1l only In cloth binding 31 Address Dr R V Pierce Buff N Y nltion is due to the fact that he bas been at war with those principles and policies which are at the very lounda lion of the public welfare All that has been for the public honor the national credit and the general good the patty of Bryanisu has been and is antagonizing It holds out nc promise ol Improvement or progress to the nation but on the contrary its policy is that ef retrogression It appeals not to the patriotism ol the American people but to puetility Instead of inciting those great princi plea of affection for the nation and the flig that have ever animated and theIawakening the public mind those sen timents and feelings which autago nize all that is pUrultlc in our public life sad all that is great and glorious in our foreign policy Omaha Deer lMOK A NT1TCII IN TIME Nave nine llagbre Tonle new improved Itaet lilcnmint taken In early Hprlng Rod Fall Im yenta Chill IVngne and Malarial Krveni Acton lbe liver tour up the uritrni nester than Qolnlue laarantvtHl try It At l rnggUt Oc nndflMbottlra SSMt CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boors the- Signaturoof A Ponl Tulnrco Spit and Swvle Tour fire Inir To quit tobacco eaully and forever 0 mac netlc full of life nerve mid vigor tale KoTo Hao tlionrnndcriTorktT lust snakes weak men itrong All drutclits Wcorll Cure lIunrteed booklet and sample free Address SterltDg Keniedy Co Clilcaco or New York Bost for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never gtt well until your bowel are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 healthbacktic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations Carllslos Position In response to an invitation to be present at a political meeting in Louis ville alter expressing regret tbnt he was forced to decline Jolts G Carlisle wroteIt li scarcely necessary to say that I am in thorough sjnipathy with ev ery tfijrt In Kentucky or elsewhere to stcure the freedom of elections and an honest declaration of the will of the people as expressed at the polls Fraudulent voting is no more repre lietslble than fraudulent counting of the voles alter they are cast In fact the latter is the greater evil because the outrage upon the right of suffrage Is committed by sworn officials of the law upon whose integrity and good filth the people are compelled to rely for the maintenance of the right of nu jority to control the pfftirs of the state This is the basic principle of our Republican form of government and any system of fraud or corruption which deleatslts practical operation will necessarily sooner or later res suit In the destruction of all the politi coil rights ol the people Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been PILEOINTMRNTPrice 50 eta in bottles tubes 75 cts For sale by J H Williams I MR COMBS ON KENTUCKY Tells Hanna the State Will Go Republican YERKES IS LEADING MKINLEY Thirty Countlos Givo Big Ma jority for Civil Liberty oJ Chairman Leslie Combs of the Kentucky Republican State Commit tee was tn Chicago a few days ago and showed Senator Hanna an array of figures to prove that the Bluegrass State is going Republican in Novem ber His statements made an impression on the party managers who have heretofore been disposed to put Kentucky in the Bryan column Chairman Combs says his commit tee is taking a poll ol the State and that the first thirty counties corn pleted and reported to headquarters I show a mrjority of 3772 for McKln ley In 1896 the same counties gave Bryan 244 majority These counties according to the canvass will give Yerkes the Republican candidate for Governor a majority of 4075 In 1899 Taylor the Republican candidate for Governor curled the thirty counties by 963 In the county con taining Louisville 627 precincts have been polled and they show a majority of 6522 for McKinley and 5 762 for Yerkes According to this ratio McKinley will carry the county by about 8000 The Louisville county estimates are not included in the thirty counties before mentioned There is 0 doubt in our minds that Kentucky will give McKinley its electoral votes and that we will elect our State ticket said Chairman CombsliThe thirty counties spoken ol were riot selected and may be considered a lair example although the Republican strongholds in the mountain districts have not been beard from Thon It Tasted Bettor Critical beef isnt fit to eat Wile Well I told the butcher that OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Dnhealtky Kidneys Make Impure Blood All thJI90d to your body pas ea through your kidneys once every three minutes a yourbloodout the waste the blood II they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches andrheu madam from excess of In the neglectedIthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty I cent and onedollar siz es You may have ter or Impurities In come uric acid In you sample bottle by mall nomi or awJ1Ioo1 I free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr KUmar I it Co Binghamton N Y if it wasnt good I would rend you round to his shop to give him n thrashing and I hope youll take some one with you for he looked pretty fierce and I didnt like the way he handled his big knife liusbandHumph I Oh well Ive seen worse meat than thisEx Good News for our Roadors Who have ccrofula taints in their blood and who has not Scrofula in all its forms Is cured by Hoods Sar saparilla which thoroughly purifies the blood This disease which fie quently appears in children is greatly to be dreaded It is most likely to of feet the glands of heck which become enlarged eruptions appear on the head andface and the eyes are frequently affected Upon its first appearance perhaps In slight eruptions or pimples scrofula should be entirely eradicated from the system by a thorough course of Hoods Sarsaparilla to prevent all the painful and sickening conse quences of running scrofula sores which drain the system sap the strength and make existence utterly wretched Ecioma Itching Humors Pim ples Cured by B B B statue Free lo Nnirrrcr Does your skin Itch and Burn DIs tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore nnd Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Bolls Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Palling Hair All RunDown Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been look- Ing for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at t per large bottle six latge bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle i CompletedlrectioDs I ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write fir it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free Personal medi cal advice given 2 OAS1W C RXfurs tl- Blguton Nil KW You Han Always Bought lldot A rich lady cured cf herrVrfies and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave to 000 to his Institute so that deaf pco pie unable to procure the E IT Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 783 Eighth Avenue New York Sho Know Him I wish you would read this article he said Whtts it about she asked Its about the danger of getting angry and it was written by a physl clan he replied What have you been doing now she asked What kind ol a confes sion are you about to makeChlca- go Post UCKMHWOllTII KNOUIM I toy are mmim In the Houtb prove Moshe Tooln n gnat rtinwly lor Oillln and all Malaria Fever Better than Qnlnlne louruntwl try t At DrugicUbt WcnnilillHIliottlwi SGI TURNS BACK ON BRYANISM Chas I Stewart Editor Dis patch bids Farewell to Bryan Ism In a Schorchlng Letter to an Old Comrade lion J M Chatterson President Young Mens Democratic Club Louis ville KyMy Dear Sir The time having arrived when I can support no part of the Democratic ticket and the conditions having become such that my conviction ot right and my sense of duty to my country impel me to turn my back upon the Democratic polity forever I feel that in justice to myself and to your organization my name should be stricken from the membership list of the Young Mens Democratic Club I cannot support Mr Beckham for Governor because he is the exponent and beneficiary ol a policy of force fraud and usurpation btcause he is the representative and beneficiary of a monstrous mesalliance between the organized criminal classes and those who have forcibly seized control of the forms of public authority and because be is but a weakling in the hands of men whom I regard as the most dan gerous enemies ol the State- I cnnnot support Mr James P Gregory for Congress because of his cowardly evasion of the one issue in this campaign the tight of the citiz en to vote I cannot vote for Mr Bryan for President because his indorsement of all the crimes of the Kentucky ma chine has severed the last tie that bound me to the Democratic party- I shall vote for Hon John W Yerkes for Governor because I believe his election to be necessary to the re storatiou and preservation of the right to vote in Kentucky I belong neither to the economic aristocracy nor to the economic middle class II I were a small factory owner who had failed to sellout to the trusts 1 would jain the cry for the destruction of this im proved machinery lor carrying on the work of wealth production Posses sing no capital but my own brain and muscle owning no tools of industry save the hands nature has given me being a wage earner a xorkingman I shall go with my own class and vote a Socialist ticket fur everyrffice to be filled at the approaching election save that ol Governor of Kentucky This conclosion has nut been reached hastily or in passion It is not the result of pique It comes from disappointment It is prompt ed by no desire I ir revenge It is the result of years of study and conscien tious deliberation Born into the Democratic patty reared a Democrat having lived but a very small number of my days where it was respectable to oppose the Democratic party hav- Ing been a Democrat by association inclination nnd education eaily in my life I sought to lay a more substantial f undatlon for my faith in Democratic principles than the accident ol birth I have devoted sometime to the study of the history ol my country and its institutions I have sought to learn something of the great principles that seem to have directed all human pro gress and to obtain some of the development of civilzttlon I have also endeavored to study the IF YOU WANT N FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty OFFICIAL Subscription HARTFORD FRIDAY FROM INVITED Palatable ATTORNEY POSSIBILITIES husbandThis understand- Ing great science ot economics without prejudice and merely as a searcher for the truth The result was that I war a Socialist in belief before I had ever heard of a Socialists political party and before I bad ever read a standard work on Socialism My study of the past and the present in connection with the alleged political economy ol the capitalistic doctrinaires made me a Socialist bet fore I knew that Karl Marx had lived and la10redor unmanity I support ed Mr Bryan four years ago because I bad always been a Democrat and because I believed his election would contribute to the advance of Social ism in this country There has been a marvelous crystallzition of the Sot clalistie idea in the United States dur ing the last four years I have watch the process with the keenest interest I have also watched Mr Bryan I have feen him make terms with the machine politicians ol the Democrat- Ic party I have seen the forces over thrown at Chicago in 1896 recapture the machinery ofthe Democratic party at Kansas City in 1900 I have seen the growth of the Socialist Labor party and the birth of the Social Demoracy under the leadership of a brave and honest and able man who loves his fellows I have seen others who believe as I do and who supported Mr Bryan in 96 for the reasons that actuated meform ing other political affiliations But hoping that Mr Bryans success Would be a step in the right direction still suppressing n desire to come out unequivocally in support ol a Socialist ticket it had been my intention to vote for Mr Bryan until his indorse went of the crimes against the first principle of tree government commit ted in Kentucky until he showed so plainly that he is a mere politician a demagogue who is much more anxi ons to be President than be right a partisan who has not the courage to resist the demands of a gang of poll tical freebooters who through an infamous counting machine hope to control thirteen electoral votes My faith in Mr Bryan having betn com pletely destroyed believing that the election oi such a man to the Pre dency would not be even so much at a step toward the application of the economic principles in which I be Ileve being convinced that Mr Watt terson is right when he says it makes but little difference whether Bryan or McKinley wins there is no longer the slightest reason why I should continue to sacrifice my honest con victions to partisan prejudice There are two Socialist candidates for President Francis Maloney of the Socialist Labor party and Eugene V Debs of the Social Democracy I am not familiar with the merits of the controversy between these factions of what should be the party I shall vote for one of them in November I am not yet certain which and after November I affiliate with that organization ofSocialists which seems to me to be theefiective force for has tening the economic revolution With assurance ol personal regard for you and other members of the Youogv Mend Democratic Club I am respectfully yours CiiARtKS I STEWART J LonUvllIe KYrOct 6 or all fresh cuts or wounds IB either the human subject or in ani mals as a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Is excellent while especially healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 cts and 50 eta Por sale by J H Williams a A is T ona A Bun theihaKind Yci Have Atari Built BlpatOlO lIdot Tun REPUBLICAN has a scholarship in the Bryant Stratton Business Col loge one in Southern Normal at Bow ling Green and one in the West Ken tucky Seminary Beaver Dam any one desiring to attend any of these last tutions would do well topurchaseour scholarships Didnt you sit for this picture sir demanded the irate photagrt pber Yes answered the victim but Ill be hanged if Ill stand for it Kansas City Star l 11 WI VARICOCELE STRICTURE No otber disease Is to prevalent among men as Varlcocele Alt Interferes with the nutrition of tbe seznal organa It roducesemiulonslotofsementkroughtke urine decay of tbe organs In Iblolu aching la tbe back nerrousnsta dee eonaipationandacomblmdoaofIbesersdtshacompleteLouaofMaahood and nun are troubled with Stricture 11 you have reaion bell you are afflicted wttb It dont n flKtlu It will rnla Jon Dont 11 doctora ciperlntat or tearing 110 Our New Method Trentmentdl-uolveatbestrlccturetlnue hence It disappears and can never return We care Varlcocele and stricture without operation or of time The treatment may be taker at home privately Send for oar Free Illustrated Book ua V rtcoeel Stricture and Gleet Wei guarantee to Curl or No Pay Kidneys BladderAll sexual complaints affect tbtteorraos hence tbe kidneys are a U scum of dloe you aching or overtkssmaloftheback tendency to urinate frequently dpotlt in urine coldness or hands or feet a drowsy feeling la the Dont neglect your kidneys Our tiow Method Trntmeoela guarinteed to cure any disease tbcse organs or no pa- ypfrNo Names Vied Without Written Cons n4 O W Rowe of Jackson Mlcb taYSIt hid Yarleoctle In tbe secondary stage and two- nricturasof8yearsatanding I was operated on twIce allderlrolfrut utferl but only got finally advised to- trytbe New Method Treatment of Drs K k K Tbe enlarged veins disappeared la si weektthestrlctgrethse was removed la weeks and my energy and vitalltT retimed so I was m man In respect recommend you doctor with my whole ksart CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAY Before Treatment After Trellmaa IConIRIIUoalrwBooklDes Kennedy Vnrgen I 628 WALNUT CINCINNATI STREET OHIO A tQI o Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTO Ijv 12 e 5 FON and LON ROGERS Editors 1phenJ1no Csm G = liiutd frldant by th Had fort PaA Co Jwpnntr intrid it Hartford pjstaf lici as SMandttass ail maUl REPUBLICAN TICKET nut VItG9t111NT wm Itoell Ohl roil VICE IIIKNIIIKK- TfheSzee ocooolt Ot w York lllit 1OYEItNO1- 17oha 4T n co- U Itoylo Coiinlj I lit 4INUIIFSP rs as crony- IlrrrkrnriiRe Cniitity WHAT tbe prosecution is after at Georgetown is blood not justice IF you want to make us hippy give us Beckhara William Jen niugs Brjani Louisville speech EVERY Democrat who is not atrad of the truth is cordially invited to htar Bradley and Yost the 27ih WE presume the Democrats will follow up their foolishness and have a rally at Beaver Dam the 2lb how ever we wont announce it yet HENRY E YOUTSEY is on trial for bis life before a jury composed of twelve Goebel partisan Democrats They will bang him as sure as there is a God evidence or no evidence REMEUHGR fellow citizens Beck ham Bid at Bowling Green I want the Democrats to come out in force this year and overcome the Re publican majority of last year This vas a slip of the tongue but it is an acknowledgement that be is in a stolen office SiiEiitiT STEVENS will have an ex tra force of deputies tbe 27ih to pro tect the timid Goebelitos that are afraid of being intimidated by the presence of William OCounel Brad ley in town that day So you neednt leave town boys but youd better slay close to the Sheriff TUG Sayer law of Alabama and the Goobel law of Kentucky place the eection machinery in the hands of the Democratic party so if they cant vote the party SUCCCJB they can steal the party success and till Hartford Herald says it favors this law Really nothing better could be expected of the He and under the present management wruritf recapitulating the vote of Ken tucky in the election of 99 the Owner Journalaccords to Governor Taylor 113876 while it gives the late Senator Goebel 191354 11 IIIHJ rity for Gov crnor Taylor of 2521 nod yet in the face of these figures the old unpriu cipled unscrupulous and auarchstic Owner supports tbe Democratic par ty in the overthrow of civil govern ment in Kentucky which Watteison said would sure run bund in hand with the abomination of Goebelum Alas fellow citizens your obligations are indeed onorous in this campagu You phouli repeat tbe election of last November and serve notice on the thiuvs that a contest before a preju diced body of men means bloodshed EVERY lover of liberty in the Fourth District should remember that a vote fur Dave Smith for Congress is a vote for Goebelism Dave Smith wroto his own platform at Branden burg in which he indorsed the Goe bel law and the infamiej perpetrated under it They should remember the lies which this acrobatic ass from La Ru told at Hartford They should bear in mind that this same man came all tbe way from Washington to Frankfort to assist in the over throw ol civil government in Kentucky and the establishment of a piratical government in its stead Against ibis perjurer comes Senator R M Jolly nominated by tile civil liberty citizens of this district He is an amiable Kentlctnan against whom not one charge can be brought save Lo ik U lcnrlds leader of the hosts for civil liberty Hit time is all being taken by reason of IJeck barns extra session but the voters should remem ber that he is in favor ot the mcj r ity rule a free and a fair count But this cant be said of Dave Smith UovoiiEit 27 will he the greatest day in the history ot the county Ex tensive preparations are being made for n crowd of 5000or 6000 people Gov Bradley and Judge Yost tbe counsel for Gov Taylor in the con test will be here to tell the people bow they were rnbbelof their liberty bythe cohorts of Goebel These ucn tlenien are intellectual giants they are profound men able and capable prepared to tell of the outrages at Fraukfort better than any other two I men In the whole country ExGo B ulVy is au orator without a peer to fe country while Judge Yost is a statomnu of acknowledged and re a gnizeil uibility Wo serve notice iiii our Democratic friends that these oftUdoW sii if they desire to take to tie WI da they will have ample time to celcct a location or if they choose to have Tom Petlit to speak at Beaver Dam again Gentlemen of the Dem ncralic party you who are afraid ot the truth had better prepare to leave town that day for there is going to 16 a strong gale of Republicanism that will sweep the old town that day Timid Giebelites youd better be hid inli ut Guy Bradley is coming and you know he bcared 10000 of your comrades in Louisville out of voting just because he was in the city on the lay of the election In view of the horrois which follow the matchle Bradley we beseech you not to be come excited and jump into the river fr that is a very useful stream and if you think you cant stand it get Tom Petlit and go out in the woods by yourselves to advance ot the storm The Horse Branch Episode From the report of the speaking at Horse Branch Monday Judge Wells of Leitcbfield certainly did a plenty for Mr Ringo Our reporter informs us that after Mr Bingo had displayed his statue and bible he assailed the Republicans in Frankfort in a nan ner becoming no other man save Ben- D Ringo calling them dogs mur derers and highwaymen This dirty course of vulgarity will rtmiud the public of that vendicatlve speech made in convent m here last spring ia which he said be would rather be a hog and root in the graves of the dead than toss the name of the martyred Goebel from lip to lip as some of the young upstart Republi cans were doing Pointing out Gov Bradley he declared he was worse than Jesse James ever was This vile charge was uncalled for Everyman throughout Kentucky knows ft is a vicious falsehood andO does lK authorThe reporter a very honorable gentleman states that Mr Ringo sail the soldiers dragged the galling guns over the streets in that city all day andactually said that nine thousand Democrats were intimidated thereby There Is not one cc intilla of truth iu- his assertion It is a vicious and brutal attack on the integrity of every citizen of Louisville even Mayor Weaver Out of all the witnesses Before the contest board never dill one swear that he knew of a single man who was intimidated by tbe m tilia and not one saw a galling gun Not one saw the sildiers on the streets until G30 and yel Mr Bingo an up start lawyer in Hartford knows the 9000men were intimidated Ti very echo of his own voice rebound jog from the hills surrounding Hor Branch cave these malicious utterances the lie But who could expel better from a man who defends the infernal Goebel law Iryanism the Same as Goebe Ism William Jennings Bryan has conc to Kentucky and Kentuckians haw token his measure lie is a cowardly deserter of free silver He is quite an attractive wind bag He in an UL principled demagogue and an about ination in the sight of Kentuckians In a very short period Mr Bryan has made four visits to Kentucky each time in the interest of Gccblim anti Mackburmam Mr Bryan will bay to bear the odium of Goelieliim and ilackbiiruiam tbe father of which be had the audacity to ask G id to bless Mr Bryan has never come to Ken lucky in the interest of tho common wealth but to aid and abet the monstrosity of Goebelism in removing from the elections in Kcntuck every Iniuntvfdtance Yes Blackburn God bless him You will have a chance in a couple ol years to stud a man to Oht h the side ot him hut my friends I AW t you to redeem Kentucky I hard youi band playing Old Kentucky II irae I want Kentucky to be the home sht used to beaState upon which Oimos racy could rely on at All times Whet you come to vote this fall I want you to make us happy tbrou hut thi Union give us your elector vote give us the Congressmen unit thet give us Beckham for Governor In this article Mr Bryan declares that ho is thoroughly Goebelizul by asking the people of Kentucky to please him by electing G tbalized ectorrconiic stnen and Berkham for Governor Tne people of Kentucky pre asked to support a defender and i supporter of Goebslum in the person ot this gentleman from Nebraska I Those inscieutious Democrats who rtfused to endorse GnehelUm lase- year are entreated by this Apostle of- the Kansas City Convention eceep1 it this yearan insult anda sneer hurledat the independent voters 01- Ihis State Upon the independent voters ol Kentucky depends tbe sil vatirlO of the coininonwealth an1- Ihrse nhletis of a once proudand moruble Democracy are aske to give their votes to a party that has assumed the partnership ot the Goe- bel law which makes them slaves of I men and destroys republicanism that cannot be restored short of a political revolution Herald Man a Dishonest Dodger Just as was expected the Herald does not attempt to answer the argument of Mr Reneers article but makes a laborious effort to belittle an honorable citizen who has at his corn mand the Congressional Record acknowledged by all save the Herald- to be non partisan The fact of the matter is this the Hrad knows Doth ing of the contests in Congress It has never investigated the cases vhich- it copies from the Courier Jottnal and id therefore hors ie commit Tile course of a high toned journal when assailed by arguments is always to meet it with rebuttal evidence thi will convince tbe public that its course is one of rectitude and justice It is certainly a plain confession ot weakness for a jlUrnal to go oil at a tan gent when in a public discussion Tbe assumed editor does not offer one scintilla of argument against Mr Reneers citations because as a matter of course it is not his to ofler It is a very easy matter to make assertions but quite a different thing to back them up with argument The Herald asserts and passes on without a thought of the future In its nonsensical reply to the argument ot Mr Reneer itasks what about Aldrich We have answered that today This leaves fifteen other cases which it has copied from the Courier Journal that we will explain when it explains the Wise Young and the AldrichPlowman cases When a man or journal becomes so depraved and fallen as to cite one case of fraud to justify another out rage he is no better than the imme diate recipient of fraud Dave Smith told his followers here to beware ot those dishonest in politics for he couldnt trust them in anything else Yet Mr Smith the editor and as turned editor and many others sell styled honest men are endorsing the acknowledged fraud theft and ras- cality of the Democratic party In Kentucky But tbe Heralds treatment of Mr Reueer is in keeping with its course Throughout all the controversies with us we have only upon one occasion received a courteous discourse from the Herald Its editor is an unscrupulous and dishonest dodger that never accords to his adversary the privilege he demands Those Frauds in Congress Owing to the fact that the Hartford Herald has repeatedly referred us to contest cases in Congress fwhich it says the Republicans con lucted in a fraudulent manner tu justify its own admitted course rf fraudand theft we have token the pains to investigate satisfy our own desires and for the benefit of out readers the famous case of Aldrich vs Plowman Fourth Congressional Dis trict of Alabama This contest has been referred to by our caiiltmptwy as a vicious and partisan act of a Re publicau Congressiu the vain attempt to justify the infamous Goebel steal in Kentucky Every intelligent man who has read the Hartford Herald knows that it admitted the election rf Governor Taylor last fall and that it acknowledged that Beckham had stolen tho office of Governor by citing TilE REPUBLICAN to alleged frauds in Congress in an effort to defend its elfIn diseasing this subject it is our desire to give the facts as they really eXIst and not to mislead any man for it has always been our policy to lay town such propositions as we can prove beyond doubt any other loiirso would be the height of folly What we shall quote will be authority and not from the Louisville Courier Journal from which the Herald obtains all its watered information or copy The Fourth District of Alabama is composed of CalhoonChilton leburo DallasShelby and Talladega counties It is in a region known as the Back Belt and has a very large colored population In the election of J8911 W F Aldrich Republican recessed on the face of the returns 7315 while T S Plowman Democrat received 10312 a majority on the face of the returns of 3 067 This election was held under the Sayer law which gave the Dem crats of Alabama as complete con trll of the elections as the Goebel law does in Kentucky Every precinct in the District was in complete Diitrol of Plowmans henchmen In many instances every officer of the precinct was a Democrat Men were voted that had actually been dead for years other names appeared on- the poll book as shown in court who positively swore that they did not gl- tn the election still others were voted who were under twenty one years oM- and yet others who were illegal voters by reason of their being residents of- other counties or precinct aud still literate negrnes who could tint read who desired to vote for Aldrich were voted for Plowmanby his bench men After those cliciiun officers had voted the dead the present aud- the absent they then manufactured names of their own accord and voted I e them In one precinct only three out of eightyseven names that were on the poll book could be found by the Slier iff who had subpennas for them to appear before the cinlest committee In anoher precinct the Sherilfha subpoenas for eeventyseven men whate names were on the poll books but after a dilligent search he return ed with only three At various pre cincts the returns were signed up be fore the ballot boxes had been opened Any number deemed advisabe by the precinct board was reported On page 263 of the record one witness states Till returns were i yned tip btfnre the Mlot boxed had Bern nfiencd or the totes coniitttl Alter these frauds nod ntimenu others Plowmans own returns show ed 3007 majority In Dalla count Plowman received on the face of the returns 4289 Aldrich 1200 when the proof showed that Pluwmon hall received only 551 while Aldrich had 4323 aud in Talladega county on the face of the returns Plowman received 1750aOlI Aldrich 1552 while it was proven before the corn mittee that Plowmau had received just 897 and Aldrich 1990 In this contest more than 000 witnesses were examined If any one question these facts and figures let them write for the records iu the case and convince themselves We have given this case an extensive discussion but not one tenth what we would like to give it or what it really deserves But wr have considered it at length so tha the public may know what the Hart ford HeraW would refer to in a feebl- attempt to justify its course of out rages We have been askedwhat we would do about the AldrichPlow man case by the Herald Now wi ask the Herald what it will do abou the facts cited in this article Further we challenge the Herald to re fute this argument yes we dare it but we desire argument and not bil liugrgate andapprobrium Will the Hrrald now produce some of the evidence that was given before the contest board at Frankfort in thaI outrageous act of unseating a ma elected by the people with all the election machinery in the hands o his opponents We demand that our contemporary who seldom refers tn Ton REPUBLICAN except in tbe mcs abusive and vindictive and poisonou language come up squarely anti show the people where he is at and why he supports a party ot fraud force and usurpation and pubic theft r TATarorFULEDOKwIte IIUMC 4 CIICXKY DIke nth that is l unto dotulmmlnresifurwnlil and that MM Brni will tar the sum ol INK III XIIUtIlIIfHInur mch mud errr mu of CATARRH that cannot tw carol by the use- at 1ALLa CATARRH CIHE- PIIANK J CIIKXKV Sworn to iwrur nif nod oulIllu mjr prw epee this Gth day of mTiulwr A II IW lilKAKOVWAIIl Norury Inlilli llnUrCiitiirrhCurvU Ink InltndllIod mi Irwtly on the lilooil mil mamini iinrfi4it i ot th yHteiu Snil for tcfttlmiitjIiilM rw I 4 CIIKNKY A CO TotiMlo o- Solil lijr liniirglilsTar- Ilnlis Ill mil the lost Date Notice Omo COUXTV COURT F W Piitle c for pttitiou a stock I iw election This day a petition signed by mor than one hundied citizens anti legd voters cf Ohio county was filed ask tag a submission nf the qucstloi whether cattle shall be permitted o run at large in said county And nskln that this court direct tbe offitcrti o election in said county to open a pol Allexcept badones I There are hun dreds ofcough medicines which relieve coughs all coughs except badones The medicine which has been curing the worst of bad coughs for6oyearsisAycrs Cherry Pectoral Here is evidence My rile was troubled with a JitfttaftJ rougAon hir lung for thrtt ytan One day I thought IIlavedcompletelyIttitter So you see that three bot ties one dollar each saved IwoIlives We all send you our heartfelt thanks for what you have done lorusJII BUROE MaconCol Jan 13 1899 Now for the Lest time YOIJI can get i trial bottle of Cherry Pectoral for J5 tents Ask your druggist GENERANOE WHEELER PRAISES PERUNA FOR CATARRH I JOE WHEELERS CIIAUGE AT SAX JUAN HILl Major General Joseph Wheolor com manding the cavalry forces In front of Santiago and tho author of Tho San tlago Campaign In speaking of tho great catarrh remedy Pcrtina says II I Join with Senators Sullivan lloach and SIcEnory In their good opinion of Peruna It Is recommended to mo by those who have used it as an excellent onto and particularly effective all a cure catarrhUnited States Senator HcEnory Icon S D McKncry United State Senator train Loutataaasays the follow Ing In regard to 1eru nat Toruna is an excellent tonic I have used It sunlclcntly to say that I believe It to bo all that you claim for it SoDMcEnery Now Orleans Loulut anrl It the next regular election lor sa purpose nnd it appearing that tl Fiscal Court of Ohio county has her tiemembers composing the same th said election shall be to take the sea of the voters of the entire county up said question and it further appear that the petitioners at the time of fi Ing said petition deposited with th court an amount sufficient in It judgment ot the courtto defray the e senses of the election upon this que lion it is therefore ordered that sa question be submitted at the next re ular election and the Court now d sects the officers of election in Oh severnvoting precincts in said county at ti next regular election November 1900 for the purpose of ascertain the win ol the voters of this count upon the question whether or not th wish cattle to tun at large in sat county and the clerk ol this coutl directed to prepare ballots for sa purposePursuant to the above order I T Stevens Shelf of Ohio count will cause a poll to be opened at eat ot the voting precincts in Ohio count on November 6th 1900 for the put pose of taking the bense of the leg voters 03 to whether cattle shall t courn ty S T STEVENS S O C Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hathaway has so surcesIully treated chrot iliseises that he is acknowledged te day to stand at the head ot his pro fusion in this line Ills exclttsi method ol trratmcil for Veiicoo and Stricture without the aid of koll or cautery cures in 90 per cect ol n cases In the treatment ol Lots Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kl ney nnd Urinary Complaints Hural slit Blood Poisoning Rluumalisi Catarrh and Difeies peen idr to women he is especially Micccfrlnl HrUhawiys practice JH more the double that cf any other t piclali t Ca 68 pronounced Hopeless byoltJe pbyalclans readily yield to tits trea ment Write him to day fully obo your case He timVra no charge f consultation oradvice either at his o fice or by mail Address I Ncwti Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn The most stubborn cases of Bronchi tis succumb to BALLAHDS HOR r HOUND SYRUP Price 25 and 5 cts For sale by J II Williams C FOR SALEA arm ol 160 acr pood lulldirJ p nIl watered Lylt on Rough River near Rots rippl- For terms call on Larkin Williams Ceateitown Ky WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGK I a highly valuable preparation cap a tile from the promptitude cf its tctit ff clearing the system In a few hour of every worm Irlce 25 cts Fo sale by J H Wiilisma Gone to Rost On Monday September 74 nl 73 a m the death angel visited th home oi Mr Scott Leach and tool trout it its loved lather and his so 19 now resting In that home beyoi the sky The children hve lot kind lather the church a bright Ugh ard the neighborhood a good mon He leaves behind him n lieiutifi Christian ch rnrter and wig IOVHI IIn respected by all frhs uiary vl lues I he goNeri gatis were niitntd A gentle voice fill fill Aril with a Idle ell wurd unspik n lie cslmlt tnierid tvmif Scott was Hn npriht hTOabl titan laved by all who knra lint an will be greatly missed in his ndghlioi hood lilt cerfelo IsttpcaiTnit h heard around the hamesteulnynnrl- mis p gentle viicc ij tli he i + wlkii 1lIn time gulden streets on that r 1ttI rhorf xnd while we dtpl morn his departure and weepwih hi friends tears ol deepest sorrow w bow with ImitiMe MiSiiiiiMlnn lo H II dmlhHll thin 1I tilt ad HIfwhb not is thou who have t h 11- But we look j fulv tnrwarl tarunion auavtj For IhU nnsseisn o United States Senator Sullivan I deslro to say that I have been tak- Ing 1oruna for some time for catarrh and havefound itan excellentmedicine giving mo moro relief than anything I have over taken W V Sullivan Oxford MUo United States Senator Roach Si PcMiindcd liy a friend I have used Penina an a tonic and am glad to des tify that it hu greatly helped mo in strength vigor and appetite I have been advised by frlond that It is remarkably cfllcaclou as a care for tho almost unlnr complaint of catarrh W X Itoacli Larlmoro North Da kota IA Oreo hook on catarrh sent to any by The Ioruua rug M rg Co- Columbus Ohio 11 sad nbi Drfcth retnlltss had come Dealing hence the hope and gladness eIfrnma peaceful happy home hcail with anguish sores wtre riven e awayta oven 5e Set It has rcachtd the realms of day rrstlngIil No more cares nor feats molesting IsIn those regions of the dead IeIn the most hopeful period of his It existence when fottttne had favored a i him so highly he was summoned to Id quit the tolls of tile and appear before 1the judgment throne oleternlty Bat i look above for the appearing ofour inlost friend And in looking above weal shall receive that healing dew Irom e heaven which Is a balm forever wound 6 This a uad dispensation oi providence with1hDavid of old let us say arty eyan11 besides there is no olher A- IIII goodman is gone the world is better It because be lived in it Look to him idwho has promised to be a father to the I orphans S lie has gone to a world above I Where writs and angels meet realize our Saviors love h IToAnd worship at his feet y I M M TAYLOR r I LVDIVSTKVrNS- i LUCY BEmtav- slsNNERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vizor sod AUobood Cure Impotency Night Kmliitoni I Mi of item n watto diwator- h1i enecu of elfabut or ereess and Indlicretlon A nerve tonic aadblood builder Brlaei leheelIra of youth By mall 8OPILLS 50CTS Ir teUwlthonrbankableganraateetocura- r orrerundthemoney paId ti ud for circular bondII sd OTN Immtdlele Ruull Pmltlrelr guaranteed cure for toes of Power Yedeocems UndeTtlopod or Shrunken Organs Paretli Locomotor AU la NcrroM Pruetre lion IlyitKrla Fits Insanity and U a Results of Use of Tobacco plum or IILIquor mall In plain ekaRt1II100 a for 8BOO bankable guarantee bond to cure In 210 days or money paid Address COtut Clinton rJackson Cts ILL or 11 n iIWt mflfiIJlfiAl2tlnl INEW THROUGH LINE ICTWtCH CVJWSVIUC ANO QCEIICACO esA cow tl1rulI car line hns been tttablisbtjl fur the entire distance betweenelivnnsvill aril Chicago the line bring via MlIltoO Cbatnpalgn and the road from liVinsville to Mhttoun formerly s a part of the P D It Ry The servicej is MS fellows n NORTH OUND s Daily KJC Sun Ir I v Evan vlle 73tpm 7300111 Ar Chicago 7001111 7uop m SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago S4opni 830a m- Ar o Rvansvltle 8059 in 55opin nightkul trains through ree rtIIrs on day trains Tickets of you local ticket agentII t ltdhfNridNYrNrfr11N18rr1 A FREE PATTERN r you own ceaseascriber Onll Sa yearend MECALUS MAGAZINE xf A LADIES MAOAZINe I g bunthwork I houwhold Sinutarttoryeta Sub I copyladyaarmawaatd r ce Uptodate= Perect FlttiagPaperPatterns K MC CALL- nn BAZAR a LdI INoSelmAllowlace Pttteroi bljk r iAk nom Sold II ul mry chy loomI CO I Niw Ytrk m f SPEAKING 1 1- rcl 3 The speaking that will lake place at R T G1tue Store wiibiu the next few days will contain the mot convincing ifwill be said thatarguments you ever beard Nothing rwill olTeml any party nor ate wa speaking through our lists either for we lia- voClothing g The beet selected stock that was ever teen In Hartford iDress Goods A tine line of Drew Goods ofevery detij I pcriplion that would do credit to any stare In a largo city re CloaksECnrtksnl Colors Shades Irirrs In snit 11all ho- tlyOvercoats ai I Latest Styles anti bent nihde good can it J Htt 1- 5a Men lists are up to date No old 1 IOurbut cverytliug the latest 1 It ri 3 Browne ft= ara the best they wear 1 longer and are more stylish and durable than any others all sizes Outing Cloth Sto our cnmplcio stick There U some z1ltiithin these yti want 9 Draperies 1 Ve brat the wurld in luruithing pretty IMIgns iu UralerlfLadies Hats a rsutstall sin iMir Millinery Department iy Miiifiil lists Trimmed r the last s ties ian rxjicriencetl InE i1 Speaking1m fRf11ewere speak ng and low prices fine + le and new titles are rrHakitiK and t a4limey are bring heats too Just call in se- eusour fi giiotli will tell the tale mit TCOLLINSHartford I t v lv NJW it 1 11 al 111111101 tltIaIIIIIIlaJIIJII laJI lJ 1 Uic THC TElC PHOtteJ Mtnufaoturea by the Southern Electrical Company Nashville TeSnAnd be convinced that it is the feer of Any elepnonerON THE MARKET We make a 3eLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber band Telephones With Batteries complete for J0Q3 F 0 R Curd Nashville Write us for prices on all material used in connection with the TELEPHONE OH ELECTRICAL BUSINESS Wo Are IIeaacjlxartersu Ir WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY 1 AND TEACHERS r yt AT1SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky ba46b61 4 forXj tfaLlet3 and QeD1i1eanen TlorllllLl1UlirrI in Litcratuio Ltnguage + Muiu Art and Businea Evalrot limn it flienru It fiiieil and Iltusant iiivirbiimeuts Eight hciu nl c iTp 8tu wiit k hftYhe+ n completed Next session opens August 28 1900 X W G WELliORNPros 1 nfcM lUUNES Vito Pll8 RSow is the TimeIrTo subscribe for your homejwper and road the IIOWP Tb J price of THE liEPUBUCA js lii cJYi icp t r a I I vtm tj yJJJ iiv Y v I 1 E MiLE ilMllSI TY1YTIiu testimonials to our lilg PALL OPENING defy competitori to cxplnin them away The many i compliments we have received la certainly a great advertisement for us Wo have done our BISTto get tho LATEST at the very LOWEST PRICES Now i that opening day is over we are ready to servo you k We are showing everything now in French Flannels I in Polka Dot Stripe Plain and Fancy Figured the PaatineottuIInWool Suitingr we have Venetian Cloth Hornet spun Suitings Covert in new shades Castor and Oxford p I now Blues itc IMWo Cloih Golf Suiting Black Crcpons Fancy Cre on Henriettas Her e- 3I iFor Silk Waists and Trimming wo are showing a iI luperbci line in Plain Tnlletae Figured the latest shades MILLINERY Punciceillii i DEPARTMENT Dont ucod much advertising Tho ladies do that I fur us And the way they have done it for us this I icaiou is certainly a compliment that anyone should lie proud ol Kermmher every HAT we have is 1 NEW There is no shape oi readytowear Hats 1 tint we are not bowing Our price are right shapes and hade llu latent When it comes Trimmed HHH wed not PLAY SECOND OuriI It41WE LID M noy to you to inspect line CAPES H AND JACKETS Our entire lino is here We cannot describe every a article We Imvo lilica Cape from 100 1Miaoca JackeM125 to 6750 Litlioa a O Our styles lire the latest nnd 1081000i 1 are right We coiliatly invite you to visit us We f J you the m ut complete line ol Dry Goods in Hartford The P1aoe ts Illinois Contra RallroadTlmop Tablo t Nw tim rnrd liking rRt Knudajr Jou JUU IIOntnMn North llaniiil Nanlh Ilnnnil Xo Itu4Mft m So til 1nilM m Nil IIC iluJi u No 11 iln 2op in- N In ila 3IIim No Ill tine 950 I i h- IItlrnl JrlgliS OiPli1Ue7OflIfl So IM iln 310 I m II II VAUUICTCU mat Singer OUirrl C ill nt Sin cr Office 1or H t 1enntits Singer Office 0 what nice Fntli Where Slnuer Office Dont fall to visit ui while attends log thc Itjlr CAKSON Co ItMr E P Neal und family ire vlnl 4 Prentls Mr E H Rogers Cromwell called see us Monday A JtoDr E B 1endleton has moved Into his new residence Mr John B Wilson is visiting his parents near Prentis Messrs J B Dodson and Wm Burton are In Owensboro Mr J E Park Clear Run was a 1 pleasant caller yesterday y Mrs 1 B Foster lelt yesterday fort k Louisville for a few days visit Messrs M L Heavrln and Fon Rogers will speak at Tilsler Tuesday night j Mr John R Phlpps has sold his in terest in the flour mill to Mr J W Ford Just received some new Polka Dot t Flannels for Waists Ask to see hems CARSON Co- Ve i have a full and complete line ol Furniture Visit us for anything l in that line CARSON Co I I Messrs J P Coleman and Hardin j Wallace Prentls wele among our callers Monday t lion C M Darnell will spiaf at Beda Tuesday night lIe should have 0 a large crowd I For Ice Cream Sherbet Soda Wilt er Lemonade and Phosphates call at the Singer Office j f For an Wing in the Livery line j call on Dodson King they have jnst opened their big stable I Attentlonl We have just open d- up our new stable and are now reaHy for you Give jDODSON i the Liverymen I t Mr J D Render and fanlly Mor gantown were the guests of Mr and Mrs E P Neal Saturday and Sun day itl i PISCTS CURE FOR I r CEEjjliaEEEHQDiMB t CONSUMPTION Hi We are ready for you DODSOH KINO Liverymen Mr Charlie Sturgeon has been very tick for the put wet5c For nice Iresh Fruit ol all kinds call nt the Singer Office Mr Garfield Birnsrl IKuvr Diin called to see us yesterday DrJ R Putle has been quite sick or tonsilitls but is lmiroving slowly Col C M Barnett has moved Into the Dr J E Pendlcton property which he bought ircently Mr E n Burton died at his real dence near Sulphur Springs Satur day of lung lever Copt S K Cox is at Chattanooga Tenn attending the encampment ol the Army of the Cumberland lIon C M Harriett will speak at Beaver Darn CSTAIonday nlghtTdt Be sure and go it will be a treat Mrs J B Blankensbip daughter Miss Annie nnd son Master Oslie visited Mrs Magdalene Rogers Wednesday Mrs Sweitzer of Louisville died Wednesday and will be burled today She Is a sister of Mrs Jennie Carson ol No Creek Rev Granville Dockery will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church Sun day morning aud also at night lIeI should have a good audience Mrs Richard Asbford died at her residence in Horton last Sunday of typhoid ever Her remains were In terred at the Bethel church the follow ing day consumption is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to be in the beginning- It can always be stopped in the beginning The trouble is you dont know youve got it i you dont believe it i you wont believe it till you are forced to Then it is danger ousDont be afraid i but attend to it quick you can do it your selfand at home take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully every way This is sound doctrine whatever you may thinkor be told i and if heeded will save life fortreesurorlso you BOVlNEChomleta4C19sac and SlOOj all druggists Mr W F Stevens Beda has gone to Arkansas to engage In the timber business lIe took with him Messrs Sbadrach GreerrEllls Pinter Bob Car son nnd Will Chamberlain Mr John C Riley will please the teachers tomorrow by paying then in gold He has a supply of the pre clous metal on baud and the teacher- will get it by presenting their check On account of Governor Roosevelt B speaking at Loulsvlllcon October the 3th the I C R R will sell round trip tickets for S4 20 on October the rslh returning on October the I4th S B VANMBTRR Agent According to the Herald 2003 peo pie heard Weaver when in round numbers there were only 995 Includ- Ing men women and children Out but thats as near the truth as the Herald ever gets The Fiscal Couit is in session I P Miller Judge M L Heavrin County Attorney H B Taylor G S Filzhugh W A Rone B F Graves T A Evans The court will probably adjourn to morrow The manner in which the Beaver Dam Gleaner slandered the Balzetown Cornet Band and the compliment paid its Republican subscribers should recommend it to every one as a production comlngfrom an unsound and uncultivated mind It should be read extensively Schrceter the wellknown Photogra pher is now at the Hartford wharf with his Floating Studio We are making Buttons at 25C each or two for 4oc Kodak Photos ut soc per dozen They are twice the bize of Daisy Photos Come and see us- SCHKUiTRR COArAt the Mrs Elijah Miller Bank opposite Dr Millers Bank We alas to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good road fine loading place take In exchange all kinds of horse feed such provis ions as we need and fruit at Hartford prices IL M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNO A ft EDGAR MILLER If you want an up to date Hat you must call on Miss Alice Stafford Car son Cos Milliner You can get most any style to be found In a first class Millinery store Miss Stafford spends her vacations trimming In the largest wholesale store In Cincinnati where only first class Milliners are employed We keep a complete line of Mllllnejy goods So with our up to date Milliner and complete line ol goods you are sure to get satisfaction vhen you visit us CARSON Co October the 20th Is the day for the Teachers Association at Buford Every teaches should arrange to be there It will be both interesting and profitable If the teachers desire It to be otherwise it will be a failure The teachers profession is to be in the fu ture just what the teachers make it and there is no place for Improvement so thoroughly dedicated to the teach em cause as the association meetings Let every teacher go prepared to do his duty as he should do In the school room the meeting will be a splendid successCome to the big Rally the fcTth Republican Speaking Hon C M Barnott Beaver Dam 7 p m Oct 15 Beda 7 p m Oct 16 Buford 7 p inOct 17 Bells Run Churcb7 p m Oct 18 Magan i p m Oct 19 Centertowu i p inOct 20 Horse Branch I p m Oct 22 Rosine 7 p m Oct 22 McIIenry 7 p m Oct 23 Taylotown School House I pmOct25 Balzetowa I p inNov 3 Cromwell 7 p m Nov 3 Hon M L Hoavrln Trisler 7 p m Oct16- Olaton7pm Oct17- Rosine7pm Oct 19 Mt Pleasant 7 p m Oct 20 Adahburg 7 p m Oct 25 i Schroeter School House 7 p mOct 31 Beaver Dam 7 p m Nov 3 I Supt Fon Rogors Trlsler 7 p m Oct 16 Narrows 7 p m Ot 17 Olaton 7 p m Oct 18 Col J S R wadding Sulphur Springs i p m Oct20 Profs E Woonward and C E Smith Clear Run school house7 pm Oct 20 Hon C L Edwards Pordsville 7 p m Oct 18 Rosine7pm Oct 19 McIIenry 7 p m Oct 2 S LStovons Cromwell 7p m Oct 13 Judgo R RWoddlng Beda 7 p m Oct 16 Buford i pm Oct 19 Bartletts school house 7 pm Oct 19 lagAn i p m Oct 20 Deanfield 7 p m Ot 22 Fordsvllle i p m Oct 23 Sulphur Spi Ings 7 p ra Oct 23 Olaton7pm Oct 24 Roslne 7 p m Oct25 Balzetown 7 p m Oct 26 Cromwell i p m Oct 27 McHenry 7 p m Oct 29 Rockrort 7 p m Oct 30 Centertown 7 pin Oct 31 Point Pleasant 7 p m Nov r Beaver Dam 7 pm Nov 3 Taylor Mines 7 p ra Nov 5 PETTIT AND WEAVER Heard by 1000 Citizens at the Fair Ground Tuesday Imperialism tho CryFroo- I Silver and tho Chicago Convontlon Rollcs of tho Past DEMOCRATS DISAPPOINTED Tuesday at I p in the procession or Democrats and apostate Populists from Beaver Dam reached Hartford all told there were 155 The proces sion was headed by the Render Cornet Band At 2 oclock 1060 people had assembled at the Pair Ground to hear the recently regenerated Popoliticdem ocrats talk ot Bryonistic imperialism Tom Pettit the noted renegade Populist now a subsidized Gaebelized Bryanlztd professional calamity breed er Introduced Gen Weaver in a very brief speech Among other things he said The Issue is as wide as the space which marks the distance be tween hell and heaven but Mr Pett it never once named the issue and the audience was at a loss to know whether It was Imperialism or free silver or free trade or income tax So many are the issues of the Democratic party that an audience is at a loss to know just what Issue Is foremost these days until the speaker has announced what he thinks to be the most important When Mr Pettit had subsided General Weaver took the stage and acknowl edged his thanks to be privileged to speak to a Kentucky audience when he concluded his Introductory of thanks he laid down the premises for his argument in these words NOW It is imperialism four years ago it was silverisra with the adjective free attachedThe aker discussed at length the bible and declared that the devil was an Imperialist which all may concede for argument sake if it wuuld prove anything But the devil is not a can dldate just now for any office that anyone knows of General Weavers discourse on the bible and Declaration of Independence was very good He was very kind and pleasant in his reference to the Republicans throughout his argument which was a very coins mendable feature oftbe old gentle manHe dwelt at length on the subject of liberty and the contest of the gov erncdevldently forgetting that he was talking to a people that had no more to say in their government than the criminals in the penitentiary Liber ty is a precious subject to liberty lov- Ing people but It is a pretty bard nb ject for a Democrat to discuss in Kentucky especially at this time The speaker declared that he joined the Democratic party because it was a party of freedom Well general In Kentucky the Democratic party will not submit to the majority rule it wont acquiesce in defeat and you should have known this before you came here How singular it is for men Demo crats to talk freedom when they have their neighbor by the throat choking his very life out yet these brazen demagogues down here in Kentucky can make mote noise about equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none than imaginable These mushroom politicians such as Weav er Pettit and others who talk 01 liberty in Kentucky from a Democratic platform view only make themselves ridiculous in the sight of honest men When the old general groundedand declared his intention to conclude there were cries of go ahead but in choosing to defend Beckbam in his outrages and stopping he chose the latter to the surprise and discom fiture of his Democratic hearers It Is considered very discourteous for a man to enter upon a political tour through a state in which there Is a candidate for Governor and to abso utely Ignore him but this Is what Mr Beckbam got at the hands of one General Jas B Weaver at the Fair- Grounds Tuesday Remember the 27 Dizziness loss of appetite flatulency and nausea are all counecte with dys pepsla or indigestion HHRBINE will give prompt relief Price eta ForI sale by J H Williamsj Farm for SalotFive miles below Hartford wile South of forks Ceutertown and Ceralvo roads contains 100 acres plenty ol fencing timber good fresh water and I valuable mineral spring good dwelling house and out buildings young orchardapples peaches plumbs and giapes will sell In two lot9JApply to G R CARSON Centertown KyI YOUNO MRN WANtKD with full i education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This is endorsed by all leading railway companies as the only t Eid c Hoods Pills 111YouyourheadacheA liver and nuke you feel happy again 23 cents Bold by all medldno dealers L perfect and reliable institution of Us kind All our graduates are m fitted to positions Ladies also ndtnltted Write for free mtilogue fall term opens August zstl Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky Nature can only lied the fl mica ol life with the food eaten which is gested HERBINE will reirvlgorate a weak Stomach and so improve di gestlon as to Insure the natural ol health Price 50 cts For sale by J H Williams Remember the 27 A rich lady cured of her deafase and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10 ooo to his Institute so that deaf peo pIe unable to procure the Ear Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 78 Eighth Avenue New York S 4 Marriage License Mr Ira M Basbam to Miss Sallle P Cooper Wm Magan to Miss Cora Boarman Jerome Hayneft to Minnie Joiner William Hart to Ida E Grant Virdie Hawkins to Miss Mouth JacksonRobert Maddox to Miss Lillie M Loney Arthur Ford to Miss Zue Loyd John W Keown to Miss Ivy M Patton Public Speaking Hon Milford W Howard ofAlabama the matchless young Populist orator of the South and the cham pion of honest elections and industrial liberty will speak at Hartford Thursday October the 18th at 130 p m Every body is invited Jo A PARKER Chmn Cam Coin- S S For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is excellent while especialIyi healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 cts and socts For sale by J H Williams OASXOEXXABun tli titt Kind You Km Alwars Boajht Bgaatan Aot I Slow Are Tear Kldocjr F Dr nobbtPpirnf ni PI1icureiii kidney Ill Pvn 010 lrCaClilcaxoor NY A Trip to Mexico Amarillo Tex Oct 4 1900 Editor REPUBLICAN I left my home at McIIenry Ky June 28 In answer to a telegram from my friend Mr T A Eaton to come to Uoniphan Mo to accompany his son Mr Thad Eaton to New Mexico overland for his health as he Is suf fering with lung trouble On the 3oth ofJune we bade farewell to friends at Donlphan and started on our long journey I must say we hud a fine team oi mules a camping wagon with all modern conveniences and a tent also Our wagon has two water kegs attached to the sides stove in the s front room to keep the sick comforta ble and the kitchen is attached to the rear and when Ihe door opens it is hung no as to make our table which is supplied with the best the market aflords For five days Mr Thads father traveled with us at Oland Mo he took the train back for Donlpban We passed through some rough coin try before reaching Springfield Mo a- We traversed the beautiful Ozark and on to Chanute Kan Here Mr Thad relapsed and we telegraphed for his family we remained a week here and then on to McPherson Kan reaching there the rat of August Here is a fine stock country and fine farming land In the wheat belt we saw twen tytwo engines at one time at work On to Colorado and follow the Ciuima ron liver for 150 miles and thru into Oklahoma Kenton Oklu is letch 1 ell August 22d and then we cross the New Mtxlco line aud traveled six miles to a beautiful ranch ironic owned Mr Conlz brother in law of Mr Eaton litre we share their hospital ties but far from restoring health 10 my friend it We are 6000 feet above the rca levP el the latitude to high for him Al ter a three weeks stay we retraced our tens and the Jjth of September we started for San Antonia Tex We arrived at Liberal Kim the igh oi i September and reached Amarillo Tex the 4th of October We hadI great difficulty in crossing the Cana ian river lor the quicksand By rcfeiring to your map you will find we are In need our water kegs now as we travel some days all day and never tee a tesidcnce or drop 01 water only hat we have with us Your s truly CtAYTON WOODWARD HORSE BRANCH REPUBLI CANS ELATED Judgo WollB of Leltchfiold Engages Ben D Ringo In a Mental Combatand Ron dors His Antagonist IHors do Combat 9MIIoi Leitchfield filled Dr E M Berrys hppolntment here yesterday This was a Republican appointment and the Democrats brought Mr Ben D Ringo the champion Democrat ol- f Ohio county here to speak against Judge Wells There was abuut one hundred voters present of whom about onethird weie Democrats Mr Ringo brought his bible and the Ken tucky Statutes along to answer Dr Berryor Judge wells us it turned out to be and we wish to say that Mr Ringo needed a few more books and two or three other men also to help him out of the snap Judge Wells was introduced by Mr Henry Leach and at once took up the issues ol the campaign He began by taking up the Goebel law and traced It from its foundation down to the present showing by the force of plain sound reasoning that all the trouble in Kentucky for the last twelve months was due to that lawHe dealt with the primaries in Louisville the Music Hall convention the con test and showed beyond a doubt to any reasonable man where the trouble I was He advised the people to vote I for John W Yerkes aud lolly paid a handsome tribute to William Mc Rinley and the Republican adminls c tratlon Judge Wells urged the peo pIe to place their votes where they i wonld count the most for civil liberty a right to vote and have that vote counted as cast After showing his audience his law books and bible Mr Ringo began by calling all the Republicans in Frank fort dogs murderers and highway men saying that exGovernor Bradley was worse than Jessce James ever wassaid that Mr Bradley came to Louisville with the mllltl13nd two gat ling guns here flourishing cartridges for same He also said thatthesoldlers dragged these guns through the streets In that city all day and that actually nine thousand Democrats were intimidated thereby He failed to touch a single national issue his whole speech being a weak defense ot the Goebel election law and the rotten judiciary of Franklin and Scott counties Now Mr Editor thetc never was a sicker set of Dem ccrati in Ohio county than was in Horse Branch after Judge Wcllss reply They simply wished that they were back at Horton and White Run Yours J La s The best that money can buy should be your nun in choosing a medicine and this is Hoods Sarsaparllla It cures when others fall S 0bCV- hen a preparation has an advertised reputation that worldwide it means that preparation Is meritorious If ycu go Into u store to buy an article that has achieved universal popularity like Cascarets Candy Cathartic for example you feel it has the endorse ment of Ihe world The judgment of the people is infallible because it is Impersonal The retailer who wants to sell you something else in place j ofthe article you ask for has an axIto grind Dont it stand to Hes trying to sell something that Is not what heicpreseuts It to be Whj Because he expects to derive an extra profit out ot your credulity Are you easy Dont you see through his lit tie game The man who will try and ell you a substitute for CASCARETS 1 is a fraud Beware of him i trying to steal the honestly benefits of a reputation which arnedI business man has paid for and conscience will allow him to go so far he will go farther If he cheats his j customer In one way he will in other and it is not safe to do onI with him Beware ofthe CASCARET j substitutor Remember CASCARETS J re never sold in bulk but in metal j boxes with the long tailed C on every box and each tablet stamped C c c Remember the 27 aI CUPID with espetabi Dfrsv Jloomtodl If onr1 i many e1io4 lwndIlays at kagi twothird or mil uri T llrainlal and Tin PATS D2 B It GRkZIl tOSS Box X AtUaUU To Core Conittlpatlon ToroTfr TalioCiwarcU CacdyCutlmrtle lOc orkI1 OC Co tall to euro druciliu refund asThis Is What Thoy Say Those who take Hools SarsaparillaI for rcrolula erzMiin tarrh rheumatism or dyspepsia say cures promptly and permanently ven alter all other preparations fall You may take this medicine with the utmost confidence that it will doG ou good What it his done for us you have ever reason to believe cit11Iilis 250 RENDER KY Ot 8 HIder W D Cox closed a meeting here Jut Thursday night there were about thlity eight couvrr = Dions and nineteen additions to the church God bless BrotUfr Cox and may he be the cause of many mote A mlema ia0J iOI8= If you will buy three = n Old Virginia Cheroots P andsmoke them today you will get the greatest amount of comfort and satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in III a smoke and get it three times ove- rI J = You havent any idea how good they are and cannot have until you try them Try three today instead ofa 5C cigar = Three Hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smked this N year Ask your own deder Price 3 for 5 ccntsI agMIII IIOII touts being brought to Christ There Is quite a crowd of young people expected to go to Nelson Creek to attend church there conducted bj Rev W D Cox Mr and Mrs J I Rowe ol Leitch field were down last Friday and Sat urday to attend the fair and to visit friends and relatives at Render Mr H E Harper spent last Sunday- In Leltcbfield Miss Zstta Hocker of Ltitchfield who has been visiting friends and ret atives in Render returned last Sun lay Miss Zetta has many friends here and we regret to see her leave Mr Simon Jones spent last Satnr lay and Sunday in Central City Mr C P Wathen of Echols was In this city last Sunday Mr E F Rowe and family spent I am Hale andHeartyNow Mlch1CIaDr Miles Heart Cure I have suffered 20 from heart trouble and became so bad I could not He down to sleep Physicians failed to trYDrMltes usingItBK laSLES Heart Cureis toll by all drnpcUti on guarantee backHookDr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind TriE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS S NOW ON- l3vcrybody must have a Dally Paper The Campaign Offer of 100 From N3W to Nov 15 made hJ THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and Impartial dally In the South REGULAR RATES One month SOc Threemooths125Sbc Twelve Months JDDISend THBBVBNINO for Sample CopiesI Louisville Ky foreverOclSo Cdnrato Yonr nonets With n Caiearet h === I SouthernRailway Through Iltht lIt Southern Ktat- MKENTUCKVTBNNESSEE Sotitli CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAKOLINAGKOK h und MISSISSIPPI eg fl481 Mlliw Three Dally Train Ilttwtn 1oui ii nod UlliiKtou Olinvrrntlan Chair nn- raiiiknv nnd arrive l iulivlllo truin Kcrrnth ht Union Dt uotc mn tln with Irnloo of the- liput Central Itallrnnd nod I 1It St 1 II 111 Forlnformatlon ndJrwn- A WHEIIOX 1 T A 21S till Ave Loabrllle- Wu II TATLOK Aohtant I I A LonUtllle WobnlonW I Subscribe for TUB REPUBLICAN Sunday at Ehols with his brother in law W II Maddox Boys tbe right thing to do Is to vote for G M Maddox for County As sessor and Peter Lauder for County Jailer and support McKinley and Roosevelt and Yerkes Hurrah for these men and The REPUBLICAN and Its editors 11 u Womans Work is Never Done steeptessnesstoss thai tired feeling Buft wonderful change comes When Hoofs SarsaparSU Is taken It gives pure rich Mood good appetite steady nerves Mdsijabagz ATTENTION Remem berthat your thebeststable Good Riggs allhourswheat grower in the oBearearnestly John G Keown HARTFORD Rough Hirer Telephone Company ixrouroiuTiD Talk being cheap and necessary OU should patronize folks when you con bUJour own phones and buiklyourown lines and be in talking distance with tho whole countyand business points generally by 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child can find on that they would like to have and can havo OOWI 3 I Child Set Knife Fork and Spoon I5 Gall and Pepper 101 one each OD hlle tnctal SO Briar ripe Si hollow ground One EnglUS SO iiTM CO 10 tamp It KnIT Kern gutter two bladra 12 uUCtIET Kutter sizi r 10dKut Set Vrcker md GBl 5- W 15 1IS n all Genulnc Ihogcri TulOOn net pltrd 004 ISO nickel Item wind n4n ou4 I bl SpoonsbestW II gli earn KnlTci aad T baallu WI I w I FREE uAoTDRU For Infants and Children The Kind You Always Bought the Signature of In- Use ilF4J Over Thirty Year- sCASTOR TMC elNTAUN COMPANY NCW VOHN CITY STAR r I Y1L JfStDr showing printed W Drummond Natural equal presents mentioned assorted Every something the list ltf PBEEZ IKnlonbldroo4lteeJI If oUlnehuIquad fpl woos 2- 11T KulfeHfl 5- T sh- yerphted60 f AIIrmCICZTI1CkCI1st f 1Vri iteeIhuckhin bandiesZO Forki OR Have Bears For A T OL a nIYSJ 5001O51 O- llaromIe500JfS3 M Too Set not pIytntog but teI tool W- IrWWI Ter7biodsomeSI Il ralngton n or M caliber HO I M aterllajallw fishlleweled 10U JILMDreai SOIL Cue I y 30 anddublI with all 1001 1 llJmIJsteel 1WO i rMM WlnhIe bbut One II 55 nfUIf1IZJEhotUnn10orll0peue0033 kl50 D ttandard make o- reenUIIiS23 Sbot Oon nemlo1on uOnb barrel 40 1 hmmlesSYO ffTHEABOYE OFFER EXPIRES NOYEMBER 30TH 1S00 ifCAlt IX M1D that B dImcs worth or JtiCVSTAR PLUG TOBACCO tIII Iou lonrrr und afford more plraurD Ihaa a dime voreh ofany- oihcrbraud11 W TST1L st Loils Mof = =I WHITES CREAM VERMFUCE1ostIn i LouIBII TIME T AND SPACE practically annihilated the ocean cables anti telegraph systems now belt the cir cnrmcrencc 01 Old Earth m so many different directions Foreign parts arc no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrow if we read TUB CHICAGO RECORDwhose Special Cable Correspondents arc located is very important thy in the world outbid of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted co extensive ssrvlce and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated 1iers For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nationsof wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment of new of the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising ttptodatr American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD I orehuNo31slSlacheIII I I I holilOrnrdress TUB CHICAGO IttwiiD 151 Miauoa trect Clilaio A BOON n TO MANKIND I = D TABLERS BUCKEYE I PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN W h CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DV MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS i JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Mala Street ST LOUIS MO HIt Hartford Republican n I RIDAY OCTOBER 12 WHY THEY OPPOSE BRYAN Reasons Which Induco Prom inent Domocrats to Sup port McKinley This Year Here nre n number ol pnrograplis taken by the Chicago Tribune rom reasons given by prominent men lot loving Bryan to support McKlnley McKinleys nJminittraUon has brought prosperity He is in ftvor oi holding the Phil ippinesBryan represents too many political partiesHe not fuse with the Demo cratsMcKluley hits made a good Pies dent Biyanlsm la Ilkertlnl 0 r chiilntr Is opposed to Inc Kiiver Hud lava eXjJaslon Four ytcrs have shown the Rcpub llcans wore right DryanH cry of anti imperlHiMii Is teil OIl He is in favor offXr1llll The Rumfilirnn pnily ws Il0t n right lit 1896 lie is ttlmt Hrynn mils in IlIIpu ullft McKinley has given good adminis tratlon He canuot swallow the Kuusas City platform Bryan has dlslupted the Democratic party Imperialism Is a bugaboo iii he dislikes 16 to i Free silver has proved to be a mls ttkeDcmccrnts cannot assume responM iility fur HryHii Bryan would degrade the American flip McKinley has promoted solile Irctu the ranks- McKinlev is a better man than Bryan can ever be The Kansas City platform is un American on expansion Democrats carry elections by tin Awful means Present prosperity and opposition to free silver- McKinleys administration has brought prospeilty Presen Democratic patty is populis tic Business hAS improved tlece 1896 Bryanlsm is not Democracy Bryans position on expansion is wrongMcKinley promises the butter ad ninUtratiun Democrats nt Kansas City were iwnnlly un stiver- McKiilt s admlnUtrallon has ilped the fiirinetH The Rcpuollcau patty is now the nly patiiutic one McKinley Is ugh on the Philippine juestiod Democrats cannot consistently luse with Popultstc Is an expansionist and s ud more mm Cannot support Bryan under pres out conditions Convinced McKinley is right on tin money question Has had enough ol anti patriotic trance The anti expansion artumert is hiuuer than chftue cloth Demotracy no longer has a deflnitt clicy The present nttlMirle of the rrmo rat c paity is not pxtiiotic McKinleys ndminitniiion lib brought prosperity to the county B yuiis course has cncoutagio Vpuinaldo in rtbtillon He lips gmwn tirei of Br Mnlsm D cs tint wish to see the America flae hstiltd down He is convinced now tree ilver a fake wasI The Republicau is the I progress 01 14 an expansionist nnd hunt It 0 LYONS I r i I TnAnl i I f MAnKl I rI LAXATIVE I SYRUPNATUR9CUFOfl i CONSTIPATION I Is made from the chcccst extracts ol vegetables an 1 frui 3 contains no IP lrcjtb0nthe cure of Consttialioi liiiiu ne Side Headache Ikrouncs r I Jlspsl CeLia srA lvij I iliviIIlout all Impurillej ff t i UooJ ai complrxi t crIf you do not lils it Lfltr tlian an youdruggistAn Ideal remedy lir ctllilren as we aI111- Zon CTAr = C AIt UiVCIlltV V tds iMiuilr Ky bIII A II MMI A tlO HHI U c 5IflIIICPytCyelix PibIa in Il W I sI CATARRH The Mother of Consumption How this Diced Disease May be Prevented I Curcd The Greatest of Specialists Writes on the Subject Catarrh lathe mother of eonuniptlnndellr thlal do not mean Telope turn U dn iniiin Out rnurtb nlrniin checkeO nod when rlren Uio proper eppnrtnnltke for en Inn rnm IU Ixdanin which In nod h 311 aiH brethtiie Inlet hnroiielIY ci dIIn Cnnuus IltU of tboUincn- Cbtarrh rclOrm dcftroja any crnsldcrtlMniKlrtot U woe iurfac Lf DIF pu gi14 It Irflamra antl corn them rau lr unallr rUld r abundnhit COIl hut whnn It mcliM the Irtriwelr delicate fmlmcof tlwluirilki lung tubca SOd 111111 lung cult Iba cormtlnn tilth It ceo IOIO1ItIe swill nlr snO oUclull MitriddMcldriml mattr to ccnmnlaM cauea rol hog war at tin membrane recoIlIng In bI- aUOJnitInit4ot we of lbs Songs TUB TENDENCY OP CATARRH Tho toilwr of catarrh ulion ittiaaonnnUalnra the uiueousuwntIi I 07whichSttanhKSRwSCTirtlnttane tnwith ball ommnnhtknoWfl ci tend Tbll roleil cOded becuO of tome rite pOpo- or r rnlbh cetem sed become hrol rrllllh reoalt Unlece a redIcilcur- itbtcoflIittflnIetfectd he dieaoo paecs rapi dj la the throat wtlie brou Chill tUbCI and to 130gNCW IAJFIIW ConrofflpUon cannot be cured New boil can ol for roan anr more thin nw flnnnorm gelniWflPlbzcepttbhi A CERTAIN CURB In an etffleO of twenty Tears dnrtr blfh ino I II iro tr atixl Jn i C cac oj all Wcr t failed tneffceta t1t4ATC2lUIVIhY Jullin1 taborntrUe5- 1u eonho Imttnl thee heCnumpllbn1 r3tItI lb tIwii hoa nnl qtO tate I am treitlns nod curing Camel of 1111sa thl C ilernyipi unt AoIT1 IntIeItni iliMn elTi IcunniakstljeiKUcrt jerfoelly well and atroiu arab BnOlS AT ONCE It ma Anne nnr rro nil ritarrhal nffewri liosin Inuttiuvnt at Otil for a mnuih at troatmctit rqntlw VJ for Ito tr itmnt cohort tot oUdlunl1klulf rr nlru charge forullnira Icinoii rle that may to nxiolrod J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D- Ir lUllmway A Co- InSOBClmrcliSirr Nukhvlllr MEXTIOXTIIIS IAfFU WIIKX WlliriNO monty man The Republican palty runs the country on correct business principles He is opposed to t6 to I IdDran if elected could not manage his discoidant fusion ptrty McKinleys administration has pro tlucetl prosperity Ti aeomiiioJite tin se wfio are par Ual to the uie ol atoniiz1 rs in npply tg liquids into the nasal passages loi- s cntllrl hal truubles tbe prrprittor prrpare Elys IquiJ Cttam Balm Puce including the ppr jint tubs i 7S cents Diuggistscrbj mail Tin liquid embodies the medicinal properties ol the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the sccre tions but changes them to a natural and health character Ely Brothers 56 Warren St N Y Millions of dollars in gold bhipp to Eutope and still no panic Cannot Mr Bryan be spared from the whit vsh brush a moment New Voi Tress TRIAL TREATMENT B B B FREE Curos Blood Poison Scrofula Eczoma Rheumatism andI All Blood Troubles The Botanic Blood Balm B B Ijj treatment for impure blood and skII llvensb is now recognized as a Mite nd ceitain cure for the most tages ot caticer eating sores eczema itching skin humors scabs or scale syphilitic blood poison fccrolula ul pimplesJor back swollen glands risings bumps on the skin rheumatism 01 catarrh or any form ofskin or bloic Diseases Men women and children fit being cured iu evtty State bj Botanic Blood Balm for purifying ti- rlod 1t and expelling the germs rnci humors loom the entire system lenvin the skin tree from eruptions i4 il COSywith evidence of pure tic blood No suflercr need larger dt tpalrhelp In at hanibno matte how many difrournpciutnls you mnj have met with Botanic Blood Bln B B h ewes permanently iin quickly To satisfy the doublets w- y I will VIe to any hufTjrer a trial treat went nbioliitcy free fo that they too test thin won ltrlnl rt merly B B 3 Gotinic Blood l ilm sold by all dtbe stores with complete directions be home trentmsnt forjt per large bottle For free trial triatruent address Blood j Balm Co 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta Gt and ThaI Treatment will bo sent ot once Write today tronble and lee medical advice jlVel- Over 3000 voluntnry testimonials ol cures by using Blood Bjlnt thortugh ly tested for 30 years Programmo Teachers Association to be held IIor the third SaturJay in Oto ber Reading Circle W G Welborne President 1ioo to 1030 Opening Exercises 1030 Methods in Education Chap er IL Seth Mosley Chapter IVI Frankie McDonald Chapter V Yantz Mosleyj Chapter VI O G Pursell I Chapter VII R D Robertson Introduction to American Literature Chapter IV Cleborn Miller V Mnton Holbrook Chapter VII E G Cook Chapter VII Dena Woodward Association Work J lIam Barnes Conductor H w to Classify in Public Schools O M Shultz Penmanship in the PuMic SrIIIoltIW R Carson Elementary Iincuape Sch cia le you fich it Jilteat Holbronk Hn l lurK E Gibsonn T J MnjiTcw l AWRENNITT Com W R CARSON J Willing to Please EMtry Splutter irrfimlbttw Soy arent vn Htihatntd to yo in- athing in such a pnhlir fqunre wlh uch a bahinp suit na tint o Snull Boy Y shi hut me mnthir make me wear it Ill tale it oil a though II yimll prninisf rot to saylI to her about Leslies eeklyN IpLETTER ON STOCK LAW Uptodate Farmers 11Opinion on the Herd Law EDITOR RnrunucAN With your permission I will nsk lor n small space in your columns to try to cor rect sonic eronlous ideas that got Into the minds ot the people in tegitid to Ithe stock law that is now pending to Ito be voted on at the November t lee Some sty il this Uw goes into IEtffect we cannot drive our stock on the public roads I think the high I way is public property II Mi Jones i ii driving his stock on the road sod I step out with a club and say Mr Joner you c nnot an fntther how ureit woud be be j fore I would be boarding with Mr Tom Bind Others say we will have stock pens and some people will turn sour stock ut and drive it ti the pen us tlmty will gtt pay form iloini Wewil heno istfck pent II I will not tike CIt I my stock ind allow it tu iltMii1 upIIItlUU paj Ie me I une Ui Ie ptevei t Iitwil tIIj stok teIls f InII my tiiichbur Ieuiu sny tatk 1I t Krpr tml hIIIt the die I ii r vv 101 I will vrrtuie to KI t t IUL it unit a IMIII in his n ir iy u cnciltimli A lawful fsrce i l It tlIii ie five lett Inch with ue cracks 01 p niiigs over four inches Others say that this law is a ticli mans law that the poor renter will have no place to turn his cow or horse If he has not the man on whose land he is farming has If a farmer wish e a tenant he will furnish pasturage lor what stock he may have Thr ereater the expenses the larger must he tbe tent the tertrr ninst p Yo nn fencing is the preattM xperse tho inner has to pay SI it we dispenft vith a greit portion of fencing tin it ve call and will rent cheaper This law will not prohibit a nm trom fencing He can do nil thi enciug he dtsires It simply da 1 lot compel a mm to make a string fence that will cost one bundreil dollars to keep out a three dollar sow The greatest enemies I find to this law are the men who have the largest herds of cattle So you see it is se- T 01 ntercst thet they oppose this law he cannot came lor their cattle on edtheir own lands they can dispose of 4 portion ci them and it will only be rkIhe better for the one that has not so many This hw includes all kindr j 1 stcck so will have no stock uf ant kind roamingover the county deprrdat irK on any person We will nlwtuv now just wheie to fid our stiwk It is great dral easter for a man t Itnce against his own stock then ti- IinceTgaiut his onn and all ol hi neighbors We should try to enact Iws that would he the btft fir th people Under this law we will grow less toCk and it will be better stocV dand command better prices It is on ly a matter ol a short time until w must have a stock law in many placer Our timber is almost exhausted and connIty very rep A ONI IIoRsrt FARMRR 0ICWhen n prcpirntlon has an ndvettlfC rlp1t than iliit Is would wide it mennj that preparation is meritorious I IllJU go into H store to buy an xrticli 7ILKt hns rchievtd uiiiver il potulHiit Illre Ciifcarcts Candy lIthal tic fore Hiuple jou feel it hits the endorse ment of the woild Tht Ignient n the people is infallible because it ir impeiforal The retailer who want to sell ou something rise In plac of the article you ask for hms an nj to grind Dont it stand to rensot Hes trying to tell sunirthlng that i not what hetepresvutn II to be Win Because he expects tn derive an rxtr IIvmfil out ol your credulity Are nti eay Dont you fee through his lit tie game The man who will try nnd cell you a substitute fjr CASCARE Th is a fraud Beware ol hiuil lie i trying to steal the hone tiy came benefits ol a reputation which arobet business mon has paid lor aud II hi I confcleuce will allow him to go so lar he will go fall her II he cheats hi c customer In one way he ill in on other and it is not safe to do busirei with him Dewart 01 the CASCA RE substitutor Remember CASCARI5TS t are never sold in bulk but in metal boxes with the long tailedI Con every box and each tablet stamped C C C w Ethel When a man talks all b himself what is that calledsiMamma Why I Imonul02ue Oh I see When the cats get tt talking on the back fence tnatn s ttIhilatlelphhR DYSPEPSIA otdyspepelaut miii toast nod at tlmcemyswzaacii 1beganiavo steadily Improved until I am u well at I ever was lo my UAVIII H Murray NowarU OtlS CANDY il- TIADI CATHARTIC MASh I104m1RtD1 J W Dooo= 1CURE CONSTIPATION wft Ii 4 tap7 tII NOeI 5a Tt so OTOIAOSold lied iwerantood b ahldnig so l4JISOrobuicco I w iiTheBlighting IIIn 1iur w Disease of tl mare restscts Ocrofii1a niot Lotiaueeiotlnei nff liltn tlvItnn ten lIn in n 1IereuityapOiSllCdthe lungs In Scrofula the glands of the neck and thrust swell and suppurate causing ugly running sore the eyes ore inflamed and weak there Is nil almost continual from the ears the limbs swell throughtheICveralYScrofuta requires vigorous persistent treatment Die blood must be brought back to a healthy condition the terrible can be stopped in Its work of destruction Mercury potash and other poisonous minerals usually glen in such eases do mote uncut than good they ruin the digestion like Scrofula It goes down to tbe vu roots ol I berortISthe only vegetable blood purifier known I projerties which no poison howeverpowerful can I S and purifies the the I fgAlfE THE lUtrestoreheallhnlldtrenglhtothelJ I you youI thebtilootchildren conIntwe almoit despaired of let life A few bodies of Swtfta Specific cured her completely a It teemed to 1t1ldleahlbreOur medical department is in charge of experienced physicians who have made Scrofula nllllother cs a life study write thrill about your case or any one YOU arc IlItcrestellln Your letter will receive nromut and cereftilntteilioii Wo enalep nno cba whatever for this Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA- l == v= f c rl7 = a4T5 J2Miiillll tI1OOIIEIIS1IIOS8 COllBO cJLeSouthern Normal School yc- a TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT One Thousand Students Will be In Dally Attendance During the Coming Year CVf ONDUKDS of the leading PnonMiout ami TlrarxxM Iris of the tfont are GinnATM of these Inatltnllnni The fnllAwlnff course are taught lrltnary lCnglIh Trachrra 0rcaratnr tlt1nIlOelII p Kliicullon and Oratory Vocal MusIc Inalruniental 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