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rnnnpt ireful consideration ftlTen all ttnulnmn ntrnntetl to him sdlndewndwtTckhoneluunlm C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW llAItrKllltl KY Iwl Will bU pnilrmlan In all the court or Ohio and ndlolnlnKcoanUlouol Aplrnls Kpedal attention aixen to all bn ln rrtrnMxl to rare omInCoAttyomroInenurlhooeF ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAItTIOItP HY Will practice In the courts ol Ohio county and Court of AplMnls Irmnpt attention given to all unnlnnu entrnttrd to hU cure Offlro In Herald bnlldlnir A 0 TAYLOR ATTORN GY AT IIAWrHAIITTORD KY Biwlal attrntton glfen to nil bnnlnfurntrnit ed to 1010 care inira In ronrthounv J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY T i With practice hit iirnfnnton In Ohio and adjoin ncronntlM HpwIalntUntlon given to all buil nee entruntcAl to bin care S P ROBY L4TtI MTlHprnrtlo hla prolemlon In nil the enort of Ohio and adalulaitmnntlM niiillVinrtnf Appfil flpedal attention III Yon to colloctlona JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAUTFOIll KY attention given to all bnaheeaentront eel to hl i care Dfllc In courthouw SHELBY TAYLOR ATLI1 W HARTFORD KV Will practice Iota proteiwlon In nil the cnarto of Ohio and adjoining eon nth and Court ofAppeali Hpedal attention Oven to aulgnuienta In i bancrnptcy C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 T HARTFORD KY Will him profeulon In nil theconrtaof 1 IlperIIIUlloIIII L bW4r THEH lTFR1REPuBiluiN IVi REPUflIC JLyradIey Judge WIH Yostand HonJohnW1L wls OCTOBER 21 19OO IfliKINLEY CONVERTS Many Democrats Talking for the President Bryans Noignbors In tho Exodus From His Party Long List of Prominent Men Who Mayo Como Ovor Ne v Y rt Mlbf r 14 Alvlccs be tug ticirivfd ut the Republican nillon al lirnflqtmUts in tills city Indlale that Mr lliyan will noon be hurrying home to Nebraska In the rapidly growing lift of converts to Mel llIley none ate note nlgniGccnt than those Irom Bryans own VtAte Senator Scott today had drawn up a convett list and stalled it off with Nehraslcana Hryana neighbors hiCVe lound that the leader ot the silver forces is only n pretender and they leal e that all of his predictions have proven false Here is the latest list of Nebraska Dem rat8 who are work Ing and talking for McKinley NHnRAiKA J Sterling Morton President Cleve lands Secretary ot Agriculture James R Boyd the only Democratic Governor Nebraska ever had Gen Paul Vandcrvoort formerly national commander of the G A R Dr Geo L Miller founder ol the Omaha Herald Judge mea er Wakeley the editor of the Omaha Bee William A Paxton who twice assis ted in Bryans election to Congress Thomas B McPherson presldent ol the Omaha Cattle Loan Company and cashier of the Union Stock Yards Na tlonal Bank Euclid Martin of Omaha for years a leader ol the Democratic party The A mighty man Is he but he is not to defy disease It la a pitiful thing to see the strong melting away until he can no more swing the heavy sledge tt gtowing I was troubled with malarial fever of about three ear standing and wan care for a time- swales Mr Kldd of rarralevs a KyTheyme up my funcring was great My pulse was very breath short kisuit bad severe bIIID ha the head and legs lied palpitation of heart and from June vet leg to lot 1898 I was notable to a work Iputchardfive bottles of Dr Ilercea Golden Medical and before I had finished taking the ant two bottles I waa much better continued taking the- medicine and time the Rah wasbyIhegone I was a Dr Ilerces Golden Medical Discovery cleanses the blood of the poisons feed disease cures diseases the stom ach and organs of digestion and nutria tion and enables the assimilation muacloIand not f b fat It contains ni whiskynor alcohol in any form fOR STOMACH BLOOD AND LUN65 formerly chairman and postmaster of I Omaha under Cleveland I Edward Riley of Omaha a patty whorl horse I F B Lnwience president ci the I IriwrenreSbi tatid Lead Company he had voted as A Democrat since 1864 I H Wyruan Shrlton Pnpuut mem ber of legislature Geo 15 Pritchard a life long Demo crt n T Patnswoilh formerly Demo cratic City Attorney of South Omaha Judge W D McIIugh n leading at torney 01 Omaha Warren Snitzler nominee of the gold Democrats in 1897 for Supreme Court Justice Charles W Iyman president of the Commercial National Bank of Onialu William P Wapplch resigned from the Douglas county Democratic Coun cil because he could not indorse the Kansas City platform W L May ex State Fish Commis alone of Nebraska Lee W Spratren of Omaha a prominent worker in the Democratic ranks E L Stone of Dewey Stone furniture dealers of Omaha Wm Bushman a leading ware Tllton of Omaha a Democratic worker for many years Henry W Yates president of the Nebraska National Bank Dr H Chambers of Fremont an active supporter of Bryan in 1896 N J Pacoe of Dodge county for twenty five years a Democrat Julius DecblUan of Fremont a lead ing business man NEW YORK J G Carlisle formerly Secretary ol the Treasury in Clevelands Cabinet Charles S Fairchild formerly Sec retary of the Treasury in Clevelands first Cabinet Jacob Stern Surrogate of Erie coun ty D Ullery Anderson a leading at torneyE Wheeler a leading attorney W II Peckham a leading attorney GusUv II Schwab agent of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company John T Grow attorney Capt A L Delcambre of Mount Isko George Hoadly exGovernor of Ohio now a leading lawyer In New York City Lyman W Reddington recently Nev York Assemblyman when he lleved in Vermont he was a candidate for many offices including Governor he was formerly postmaster of Rut land Vt- Abram H Dailey of Brooklyn for mer surrogate of Kings county August Kraemer of Brooklyn tin ware manufacturer Frederick Belt an attorney Charles M Wickmlre Watervllle James Brittlngham of Mount Ver nonAshbel P Pitch formerly Comp troller of New York City- MARYLAND Lloyd Jackson of Baltimore J H Thompson of Annapolis for merly Collector of the Port Gen P C Latrobe ex Mayor of Jameson of Sensmonnt for merly Democratic candidate for Congress Allen M Lane of Baltimore attor ney brother of the Maryland Stiles Attorney and nephew of a firmer Bear ex Mayor ol Frost I Summers postmaster at Lock 53 o11ro Joseph H Outhwiite of Columbus ExCongressman Dugan lormerly a stump speaker for Bryan INDIANA John S Buzzard of Huntington Democratic candidate for Sberllt in 1894Capt L C Baud civil engineer and Spanish war veteran ol Jefferson villeJohn T Stronge an attorney of Ma rlon a delegate to the Democratic National Convention of 1896 and late Democratic candidate for the Grant County court Joseph Newberger ex postmaster ot Whittaker of Dunkirk States Attorney Herman Hulman Jr wholesale grocer of Terre Haute A II Urban manager ot tne Indic ana Shovel Company ol New Castle- D P Kennedy Indiana organizer of the American Federation of Labor Paul Kranss a brewer of Indianap oils Capt Wrn H Hilllgoss of Muncie for many years on the Delaware County Democratic Committee Capt W W Keen of Dunkirk served in three different regiments during the civil war and had been a j Democrat many years Albert Traber one of the most prominent GermanAmericans of In of Elkhart exCon gressman George A Tanner cf Indianhpolis prominent Democrat Col Leroy Templeton of Indianapolis J C Carelton of Bedford a Mexi can war veterau DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to Know of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the treat kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered after years of brDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamobles and Brlghts Disease which U the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will ba found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out Ifyou havekidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and I CoBlng1hamlon made regular fifty cent and nomtet Swunpitoo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists J Educate Your JIowcU With Cuicartta Candy O CalbDrllelcuro conallpatlon forever money BRYAN THE AGUINALDO Says Soldier In tho Philip pines An IntorostlngI Lottor Callvo Island Panay P I Aug 12 Mr L D Bennett Beds Ky My Dear UncleAs I hive not heard anything from you for a long time I take this opportunity to drop YOIlI1I few lines to let jou know I am well at present and hoping when this reaches you it will find find everyone sameWell are ttatiuned in the same place the has stopped here longer than any other one place since I have been in the army There is some talk of the Regiment going to China but do not know how soon Por my past I do not care how soon because there is not anything going on around here worth mentioning We have not had what you would call n good fight since we came to the Philippines and from what I can learn they are having some very good fight ing in China We are out After the Insurgents often enough here but can never come in contact with tbcmII We are going out to morrow to burn an insurrection town near here If they do not come in and surrender to day and there is not much prospect be cause it is now 3 oclock p m They have had filteen days previous the Insurgents claim they want to hold off until after the November election they have a great deal of faith in Dry an getting elected President of the United States they think then they will get freedom at once Another thing they heard of the United States taking a part in the China affair they think all the soldiers America has gut is in these islands and that we will all have to be withdrawn to go to China They have been rejoicing about the Battleship Oregon being lost but they are now somewhat disappointed to learn that the Oregon is safe You can Imagine that they will be a great dealworse disappointed when they learn that Bryan is defeated and Mc Kinley elected President oi the United States and that they are not going to get their self government as Mr Bryan has promised them How can we give them sell government alter pay- Ing 20000000 for the island and the trouble and expense we have been put too And look at the number of lives that have been lost both in ac tion and by disease II these people lied sell government it wouldnot be any time until there would not be anything but robbing and murdering People in the States can talk poll tics especially because they are the ones that have the most to say and but few ot them have ever been here to see the islands or to learn the ways of the people They are people that have kept this Insurrection going and It will never be put down as long as they have anything to say But anyone who has been here and knows anything about these Filipinos will never say give them self government Well I will not say any more on the subject because we are sure to elect another Republican President andeverything will be kept In run ping order Wen I only have seven months to A Woman Only Knows what suffering from falllnfof the womb whites painful diotlactiyfemiatnoorganats thito or pltybnt cannot know agonies sho goes throughthe terrible suffering so patiently which robs her of be and nets Yet tala suffering ream Is needlessMcELREES CarduJI quickly with humiliating physical exami nations The treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The sufferer is and stay raidWine of Cardulis becoming the leading remedy for all troubles of anydruggistFor in cases requiting la1 directions the DepartmentThoI Chattanooga Tenn Tennrreand women serve anyway and then do not care so touch what nephew RICHARD P Lues Co C 6th U S Inft ItHllfl A NTITCII IN TINE KAY nine Ilugbea Tonic new Improved taste plroMiut taken In early Hprlmt Roil Fall pro vent Chill Dengue nnil Mnlnrlnl Fevers Acts on the liver tone op the system Hotter than Quinine lunmntwsl try It At DruggUta Oc and ilOfl bottles SSWt Dont Tobacco Spit and brute Tear IJfe iirir- To quit tobacco easily end forever be mac nctlc full of lire nerve pad vigor tabs NoTo nactlio wonder worken that millIe weak men strong JH Omrclsls WoorJI Cure guaran teed Iloolilet and sample free Address Sterling Jlcmedy Co Chicago or New York Tag RnrunucAN has n scholarship intheBryunt Stratton Business Col lege one in Southern Normal at Bow ling Green and one in the West Ken tucky Seminary Beaver Damanronedesiring to attend any tutlons would do well topurchascour scholarships or Bost for tho BowolS No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARBTS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations Keep in mind slew thing Our down trodden manufacturers were able lust year to export goods of the value of 432284366 To do that the men who tend the lurnacts and looms must have received quite 100000000 for wages ontbe amount exported to say nothing of the vastly greater amount consumed at homeSalt Lake City Tribune Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT It never falls to cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 eta For sale by J H Williams ML Mnr vMrnw rMAVwrMJ 0 c P WANT FirstClass Upiodate Job Printing Call at this OfficeI Prices Most Reasonable00 Job Specially FRIDAY EG KE Palr1labloI FAILS WOODWAUD ATTDJXJY smtih broughtlow housemanDr BaltimoreB GovernorJoseph burgSylvester MathewsGeorge IndianapolisG HOPEOF company happensYour VOU s ltMMMSSm5m l To the Voters of the Fourth Congressional g District cl IRVINGTON KY Oct 14 1900 It was ray intention when I received the nomination for Congress in the Fourth district at EHzabethtown on 1 June 18 last to visit personally all the counties In the redistrict and it WM my hope to meet all the voters person explain to them upon what grounds my candidacy was based In this however I have themg pose of considering the enactment of a fair election law As Senator from the Tenth district I deemed It lm i m perative to the best interests of my Senatorial and Cone gresslonal districts and to the people of the whole State to give my entire time and attention to securing the repeals of the iniquitous Goebel law and the enactment of a fair g and nonpartisan measure laving been engaged in this duty for the past seven weeks and as the time for making tIa canvass Is now limited I adopt this method of com municating with you concerning the conditions In the Fourth Congressional district at this time beenmi leading exponent of Goebelism During the last State gj campaign he was closely allied with the men conspiring J- re to overthrow popular government in Kentucky After J the election he was one of the first to urge a contest whereby the will of the people might be set aside and the State officials who were defeated at the polls Installed in office His name is signed to the petition which was sent to Mr Goebel and Mr Beckham urging them to contest r the offices oi W S Taylor and John Marshall To the p neglect of his official duties at Washington he remained in Frankfott during the greater part of the session of the Legislature and aided and abetted the plot which cnU ruinated in the theft ol the State offices He stands today upon a platlortnindorsin the Goebel law and oppos lug its repeal My record as a public servant Is known to all and IIisuccessful in this canvass I pledge myself to serve the In j abllltItas to I people of this district as the pending State election I I hope that every lover of good government will do his L lull duty at the coming November election andlthat friends will carefully guard my interests during my I forced absence from the canvas- sI I remain your obedient servant myj3 R M ivtrrrI ff II JjJ mlaf tititJlil lifil POISONImptomebatllveSore throat IIlce oolh 10DItoeor 111 the moulhulr fallogout ach ingpalnaltchiness of the skin sorrso blotches oheboll eyes red and smut dyspeptic seauat wukoouIIcatioo of the secondary stage Doot- Cra lack Dont ruin your system with the old fogy treatment mcicnry and I flIbWhleb 001 ssppreaeethesymptoms for allmeonly tobreakoutagain when life Dont let qnacka experiment on yon Our NEW SLTHOD- TRLATaitNT is guaranteed to cue you Our guarants are basked bjr bank bonds that dlaease wilt never return Thousand of papatients have been already cured by our NEW METHOD TREATMENT for over and no return ot th dlaeaae No e rimentnofWtnotapatch upbutapoet ore taro The worst case sallclted y NERVOUS DEBILITY 1 OUR NEW MKTnon THKATMUNTwlll care 7ouaadmakeaman of Under IK influence the brain becomes active the blood purified so that all pimples blotches and ulcers disappear Uie nerves become strong aa so f nerrontneia bathfnlneia and despondency disappear becona I sexIthe face fall and clear returns to the body oo the moral physical and oat systems are invigorated I all drains craneno more vital waste fromthesfstem- The orean become natural and manly You feel yourself a man and know t marriage cannot be a failure We InTite all afflicted to connlt confidentially and free of chars Dont let quacks and fakir rob you of you bard aruca dollars W6 W1LL CURE YOU OR FAY I we treat and cure NERVOUS DEmILITY 8EXtJAIWKAKTIESSEUtn SIONS HYPUIL1S GLEET STRICTURE VAR1COCKLE KIDNEY and 1ILAUDEK DISEASES and all diseases peculiar tom at Dan CUU panteed Are youavictim have toot hope Are yon coutemplallag- ii 11 U i III Iimarriage lisa your blood been diseased OnJOII any weak s neai Our New Method Treatment will cure Ctawliatku + sew No matter write for aa honest oplnlaa Free ot Chirr Charges reasonable aeonefraeThe Golden Monitor lIJulraled 00 DIoc i ofWomeaTheWages of Sla Vatlcoctle Stricture and Gleet 1liAll sent Frts No medicine sent C 0 D No nines an bases or envclopis tvirjILHj iy eonfidintlal Question list and Cost ol Treatment FREE for Home CUre Ofis1KEROAND2S WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO it Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOHERig VON and LON ROGERS Editors tolphtJ1no QtA a liiuid Friday bit till Hartford Pub CoJncorporatia iitred itH Jrtforil postoffici is seton dtlass mat matte REPUBLICAN TICKET roll rural nrNT Wm- UI ==X1n1o Ohio ron TICK pnrainEKT SJiwoacro Zftocsovolt OlSrw York run 10VEIlM lt- Jeiin W Torlrao 01 Iloyle Cou- ntnmroxnnrss n u roilyI- lrrrUrnrnB titiIy- IF you want to make UK happy give us Bfickhara William Jen flings Bryans Louisville speech THE Republicans and Independen Democrats and liberty loving citizen should go to the polls early the3 should by all means vote early ant of their neighborsee that every one are permitted to vote and the mrst important thing to do is to 8ee that every mans vote is cmnted as cast regard lOs of politics The public is aware of what desperate men will do iu politics The purpose of the Goebelitef is known to every thinking man and it i a sacred duty of the sires of free dom to see that every man is dealt with as a man on the 6th of Novem ber and not as a brute The Repub henna ask nothing but fairness they desire nothing but equal rights and this they will have in the next elec tion at all hazards Our friends the enemy should understand the pur pose of the anti Goebelitcs and they should heed that purpose or accept the result whatever it may be IT is quite evident that the Demo crate of Ohio county are afraid of the truth Last year when Qov Taylor was billed to speak here the Demo cratic committee arranged for a blow out at Beaver Daraand Hartford hat an exodus of the Goebelites a clear case of cowardice For three week Mr Howard the famous Populist orator from Alabama was announced to speak hero yesterday but to detract from this gentlemans audience the Democratic committee arraigned for ii blowout at Fordsville The pur pose of this is clear to every think ing man The Populist party like the Republican and Drown Democratic parties favors honesty iu elec tiona which ia antagonistic to late Democratic doctrines It this be not an insult to the Populist partywe were at a loss to know its purpose Just such actions of the Democratic committee makes votes for the party that is willing yea anxIous for the truth to be known TIlE Youtsey trial is in progress while the defendant is lying on a couch in the court unconscious So blood thirsty is Judge Cantrill and hia horde of Republican haters that they cant wait until the man Yout Boya health will permit him to be in court lIe lies on his Ct as lifeless apparently as the dead while his persecutors swear his existence away What could be further from the true spirit of the law than the course this diabolical concern sitting itself up as a court ot justice Youtsey will hang though he proved himself us innocent- as a babe It is the programme which ia being carried out in Kentucky Youtsoy may be guilty but the court baa not established the fact It didnt prove Howard guilty yet it found him guiltyand sentenced hint to bang on the of 7th of December Neither did it prove Powers guilty hut he too was found guilty by tbe court and doomed tospend his days in a dungeon These are facts fellow citizens which should arouse the icdignation of every true Kentuckian This Is Democratic politics iu curtthe safe guard ol a republic DAVE SMIThS from La Rue county was nominated at Brandenburg May 4 on a Democratic platform which emphatically endorsed the Goehel election law the contest the overthrow of the ballot mid the enthrone meat of defeated men in oflicc The same Dave Smiths came to Ohio coun I ty and declared to the people that be was in Louisville on the day of the I paradellOilhours which he knew was a malicious lie This same Dave Smith endorsed the Ohio county Democratic commit tee in its ellort to keep the IVpulisU from hearing Mr Howard and yet be has tho lace to ask the honest awl honorable Populists oi this county to support him for Congress We de tiro that our Populist Iriemla know the man now begging for their votes Against Mr Smith we have an honor able gentleman lie ia for the peo plei will predominating in all things He does not endorse legalized stealing nor docs he approve a law that dt prives men of sell government as Dave Smith does Senator Jolly is barred from entering the campaig by reason of the Beckham Legislatures being in session If the lovers of honesty and righteousness do tbeir duty in this contest Dave Smiths seat in Congress will be filled by tbe Hon R M Jolly Juar as expected our howling contemporary again makes a feeble elfort at averting and dodging the fact He produces no argument but tells his readers that what they read must be from the Herald or else it is fata As a matter of fact nothing betti could be expected from the present editor or rather the IJUllnied editor lor it is his natural way of seeing things In onr last issue wo took up tbe AldrichPlowman case and discusse it at length oflering argument whic the attained editor dares not tone We also published statement Irbm Mr Ringos speech at Horse Branc and the Herald dared not dispute them yet the asanmd editor charges us with having done Mr Ringo an injustice If it is wrong to publish the falsehoods of a public speaker and expose the false assertions he snakes then we plead guilty to the charge but if it be honorable to publish tbt truth though it hurts mucbas we die we have no apologies to offer No we demand of the assumed editor that be prove what we charged Mr Ring with having said to be false or eha have enough manhood to acknowl edge that it is well and good to tell only the truth Mr Ringo wilfnllyit tentionaly ami with aforethought mist represented the facts pertaining to the militia in Louisville on the day of election November 7 1899 He himself knew it the Retold knew it stud every informed Kentuckian tenet it Gentlemen before you give vent to your malice and envy disprove tne charges against Mr Ringo and we will be hone t enough to frankly apologize otherwise our statement will stand approved before an intelligent public A Vicicous Falsifier The Senate has passed two election bills and sent them to the Housi These measures were practically fair One wee the old law with rom amendments to the objectionab features Instead of appointing any old thing for election officer tbis amendment compelled the count judge to appoint the men whom tbe committees recommended This bill went to the House where the Goebel ites have a Immisomo majority and it was tabled because it was too lair for the Goebel partisans and yet the HernW the most brazen and unconi promising liar in all this country do clared in its last issue tbtt The chances for a new election law for Kentucky were demolished last Saturday by the Republicans and Brown Democrts of the Senate join Ing for the defeat of weas urea looking in that direction These partisan members ef Kentuckys law making power have used their best efforts from the beginning to prevent any change from the Goebel law to a- more satisfactory measure Thti actions show how hypocriticil hm been the cry of the Republican lead ers that they want the Goebel law repealed With this record of Republi can legislators before him no Repub IIcan should say aught against the Goebelelection law which has neve proved to be anything but a lair measureHow man can wilfully and know ingly feed his readers on such flagrant falsehoods and yet claim to be s gentleman is hard to conceive of This cry of Republicans ansi Drown Democrats blockading legislation ori ginated in the ConrtcrJountal and is being copied and recopied by such local journals that am edited by un scrupulous men us the editor of tint Herald Old Jo Blackburn himseli giyes the auumed editor the lie when h proposed giving the election hoards judicial function so as to give thesis power to purge the Eleventh Dis trict and when he expressed his du sire to blow that section to hell TheI very fact that the Goebclites have a majority in the Legislature gives the lie to this bise charge of the unprinci pled editor who seeks to shitt the re sponsibility of not passing n law upon tbe Republicans Senator Triplet n Goebel Demo crat from Davits county declarer last week that there hal never been a day sinco the assembling of the Legislature but that they could have pawl n fair law if they wuild yet the uxnint fdia charges nil the de lay to the hoiiotubla mun of the General Assembly Such infamous edinmls como not from the heart of a rhriitan gentleman fur chris lianily does not teach liiing hut little better could be expected to cue irons llm same pen that attacks the cullepo professor and tbe minis 1Iers nl the gspel Such is the record hf the man who is responsible tor the above quoted article The People Versus the Basses We again desire to call the nUenI ion ot the pubic in the declaration of the Democratic State platform and to the acknowledged leaders of the IIJate Democratic party For the last two years the people have been at war with tbe bosses of the Democratic party On last November the people were succussful but when the Legislature took up the case of the people and the rascals to- I adjudicate them the niicals succeedc and since that day civil governmc in Kentucky has been trampled under the hoofs of the machine bosses and tbe gamblers and whisky men of tbis commonwealth Since this temporary victory of the usurpers has been accomplished tbe leaders of tbe Democratic partys called met iu convention at Lexington and frame the most brazen and lieing declaration of principles ever presented 10 intelligent citizens by the brain Rlld hand of man Every word ever clause and every sentence are skilful ly planned falsehoods and it doesr take a critic to detect these marvelous untruths In view of the lact that the Democrotic party had obtain ed the offices which had been 11enied its standard bearers that it hall de fiantly refused to submit to a major 17as expressed at the polls when it hail complete control of every pre ciuct iu the State without exception the men acting as the partys counee ION in the convention declared a8 followsIt ever insisted that the will 01 the majority shall control and that the minorty must cheerfully and wi llngly acquiesce therein It has al ways advocated and ftlll does that all elections shall be fairly conducte and the result fairly ascertained We recommend that the election law 01 1898 which was enacted to prevent the repetition ot well known Repul lican fraud in certain districts of this State and which was a marked im provement upon the then existin law but which has not suffi dent for that purpose be amended so ns to secure this end so thoroughly that the most hypocritical can find no excuse lor charging or unfairness to our party in the conduct of the election We do not believe that any argument can be produced that will carr with it the weight of conviction e o muchas the declarations offered by men acknowledged to be the leaders of the LatterDaytDemocracy Below we have an ideal collection Irons the Democratic renegades which we desire to submit to an intelligent public to contradict every word of this plat form It is not our purpose to overdraw the crimes of our friends thp enemy nor has it ever been in tbe past but we desire that the crimes of the Democratic party be exposed to the public in language too clear to be mistaken If tbe enemy will pay us the honor to compare the following expressions be may then noderstan the attitude he and his party of judicial assassination and dishonor stand befor the great bar of public opinion We submit the following as contradictory of the above quotation from the Stat platformYou cant count me out and yoi cant nut count me I have the peo pie where Iliad the convention The Republicans may do the vntinc but we Democrats will do the counting Was GOIUIEI Time Democratic State ticket jus nominated will certainly be eltcted Under the operation of the Goebe law the rejult is not left to cauce WATTHRSON The white propertyowning res pectable people of Kentucky arc go the government of thi Commonwealth now nail hereafter and they arc going to legislate swum respect for law and public decency into the beads of 2500 arrogant won ey bags and their sattellites ant hangerson which have chosen to affiliate politically with 75 000 Ignorant negroes and as many more vl clous arid redhanded mountaineers The struggle for supremacy is about over and the end will prove in this State as it has in other States that ouly the peopls who are capable of road government shell be permilttec to govern VOODSON in Messenger This is evedently a good law nc man was in danger from it for It is legalized stealing W PTaoRNis in Covinton speech I It has always advocated and still shoes that all elections shall be fair J- II conducted nUll the result honestly as I iertained Is this true Mr Trim bleIINot a word of it Hear me I My Dear Mr ThompsonI will preface the contents ot this letter by aylng that you havrnta better friend In Franklin county than I am and il Is through this friendship for you that I write this letter You are in Heated by the county committee as one of tile election commissioners foi hes county No better man could have been appointed but it is an unenviable position and one you should not accept Our county is all sight ufely Democratic but city elections cannot be won by a fair count and you know that an well as I do In competent unreliable Republican lodges will have to be appointed The- right of the Republicans to indicate who shall represent them as judges etc will have to be ignored and the election commissioners will have to ho this or receive the ill will of the city Democrats I would not do that for I could not consclenciously do so ind I know that you would not these ore mv advice to you is to refuse to act I had a talk with judge Pryor on the subject and he said if you AppointIknow Ben is so paitisan tint any hing is right that helps the Demo rats Think this matter over and use our own judgment and if you conclude rot tn accept write 010 imme lately anti I will have the change nade I will also fife that your in crests are represented In the ap inlntraent of ofiler on your side ol the river Let m hear Irom too at once Sincerely your friend Souvim TUIDI II Now as to the fairness of the mended Uoebel law we have kindly called Jo Blackburn up to recite for us Speak Jo I want to say that you mlshit bring nil the Denocratic speaker in the United States herelrotu Jr Bryan down and it will do no good unles you gentlemen do your duty and PSS a law no the Eleventh district can he purged II I had my way I would throw a dynamite hoinb under the Eleventh district and blow it into Hades We know they have not got 18000 majority there that was count ed the last tlmeand Vincent Unrelng says that they will get 20000 this time aud Dave Colson says twice RS great a majority as they got last fall The State board must have jndlciil authority so as to purge that district It must becomposed of two Democrats and one Republican Jo C S BLACKBURN There is no doubt but that the Democratic platform was skillfully constructed to deceive tbe public The language is cunning and deceitful But Mr Wntteiton IIlet the cat out ot the water confidentially to Belmont white South Trimble did tin came thing to his friend Thompson These omen were leaders of the Dem ocratic party anti tint party ij there tore responsible for these assertions Can anysane honest upright con scientious intelligent man approve these assertions It matters not how radically our friends may eliffcr from UP in politics they cannot deny a single sentence above quntedand in view of these dastardly assertions we are wholly at a loss to know bow an honest Christian man can endorse them This law which removes ev ery element nf chance from the re sult ot the election is what Mr Beck ham calls a fair lawtIme same law that is legalized stealing that is his ideal law of fairness Wheu Mr Beckham declared the Goebel law to be a fair aud just law be insulted the intelligence of every true Kentuckian No law that places the franchise of all the people in the hands ot one party is fair iu n republic No law that legalizes theft is safe in n repub tic and no party deserves tbe respect of honorable men that assumes tbe sponsorship of such a law as tbe Goebeloffice law The people oi Kentucky are acquainted with the Democratic party and they have also had some dealings with the Goebel law and they know fullwell their ob ject which they propose to meet on the lids of November Before the public the Democratic party in Kentucky stands the most wretched or ganization of men in modern times It has forsaken every principle ol Democracy in its greed for office and its honorable members who refute to become particeps criminis are brand ed as deserters They may be desert- era I but if sj they are indeed honor able gentlemen for their reasons are righteous and well founded We mire in the midst ot a critical period in Kentucky nail unless the men ot Kentucky rise to meet the emergency Df the case they may expect to re main forever afterwards political slaves Tbe question as it now stands- is the people versus the bosses And Ion reasonable men there is but one course to pursue either they must accept fraud by voting for Beckham or rebuke it by voting for Yerkes Dizziness loss of appetite flatulency sod nausea are all concede with dyspepsia or indigestion HKRBINE will jive prompt relief Price 50 cts For sale by I H Williams Mr Bryan has never uttered a word In favor ot shorter hours for labor but lie has emitted tons ot oratory in favot 01 shorter dollars for the payment ot abor Indianapolis Journal The WholeII I I TruthS I Theres nothing so bad for a cough I coughingTheres i so good for a coughas Ayers Cherry Pectoral rightI50 cent CIZC 53 better for the coughof bronchitis croup grip tad hoarseness The dollar is the best for chronic coughs is in consumption bron chitis asthma etc AN INTERESTING LETTER From John C Barnard Who Thinks McKinleys Ad ministration Should Ploaso All Classos Manila P I Sept 5 190 Kdltor RKPUDUCAN Your writer is having A first cxpc iencc of the hospital in the Philippines He doesnt like it but suppose it Is his time Thanks to a good system of treatment and an clastic vitallt he will surely be out soon The wards are getting empty Many of the more stubborn cases being sent to the States anil many more are Lelug sent to duty as cured The rainy season is almost broken and the cool dry season is at hand The Chines question is more quii and local interest seems to be centered in the action of the Civil Commisslo which took charge of aOairs here Sep tember set Satisfaction seems to pre vail and progress is assured- I hear on rare occasions the opinion expressed that Messis McKinley and Roosevelt may not carry Kentucky I dont see any reason in such an ot section Neither of thee ttatesme would offer an absurd corrupt election law like the Goebel election law Both men have fought lor the stars and stripes but the hundred thousand dollar corruption fund is hardly large enough to stain them with either the boo of Sandfjnl or Goebel McKir ley and Roosevelt ore statesmen anI scholars of the highest type nnd con sistency warriors both standing lortb among the grandest type of America manhood Who could place ahoy them the vague and uncertain politic of Bryan and Stevenson- I see from the tone of both Oilo county papers and wherever men tioned in any piper the name of Governor Yerkes spoken ol like that 1I0ly NtmzmreneI find no fault in Him Then why in the name of commonsense and patriotism should Kentuck not go surely Republican Yours tor the love of country JOHN C PAKNARD Co I 2 tst Infantry 6 lUTE OF limo flTV ur TllLKIM- IIltrAi COBJTV FniNK JCuxxcr rnnke oath tlmt lie II olor jmrtner of the firm of K 4 IHKSKY A Co ilolu 1 Iu tb thy nf Tnl lo County nnd Mai nfurwuilil11101 tIp t imlil firm nlll ixy the um ul eiNU IIINDHKO IHIIIAIts fur null nnd trrr MM of CATAKRII that cannot be earwl iy the u ot IULLD CATJtBBii Cmr FRANK J CIIKSKV Sworn to Infore me nnd mjb rr1l ed In my tirw enrv thU ash day of Ihvriatwr A l IVM A W IIIKASIIN BAL 1 Nnrarr Inldli hail r entnrrhenre taVcnlntrriMllrnnd nrt- dlrwtly on the Mood nnd lunfonx Morton uf th- cyxtrni Send for tmtliuouluU frw F J rllKNKY A CO ToMn o Kohl Iv IrniorM Tie llnltti Family IMIls lire the It When Bryan is defeated this f11 his brighter hopes might be soothe with the job of weather forecaster Ills prognostications are about as un reliable as could be desired Sedali Mo Capital v Remember the 27 a a Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hathaway has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to proftsslonmethod of treatment for Vericocel and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent ot all cases In the treatment of Loss 01 Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Pointy sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Or Hnthawavs practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge tom consultation or advice either at his office or by sushI Address F Newtci Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn U Remember the 27 For all fresh cuts or wounds us either the human subject or in animals as a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT excellent while for sores on working horses especial ly if slow to hell or suppurating Its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 cts and 50 cts For sale by J H Williams FOR SALUA farm of 160 acres good buildings well watered Lying on Rough River near Ross ripple For terms call on Larkin Williams Centeitown Ky WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE Is a highly valuable preparation capa ble from the pro irptitude of its action of clearing the system In a few hours of every worm Price 25 cts For sale by J II Williams Notice OHIO COUNTY COURT F W Pirtle c for petition a stock law election This day a petition signed by more than one hundred citizens aud legal voters of Ohio county was filed ask- Ing a submission of the question whether cattle shall be permitted to run at large in said county and risking that this court direct the officers of election in said counts to open a poll It the next regular election tor said purpose and it appearing that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county has here ofure decided by a majority of the members composing the same that maid election shall be to take the sense of the voters ot the entire county upon laid question and it further appearing hat the petitioners at the time of fit lug said petition deposited with this court an amount sufficient in the r CRITICAL PERIODS In Womans Life Are Made Dangerous by Polvio Catarrh UJJiluYuhI1IIuirdd7r Mrs Mathlldo lUchter- M Mathilda Richter Donlphu Neb say I Buffered from catarrh for man Iyurl but since I have been taking Pe runa I feel strong and well I wont advise nil people to try Iernna As I need Poruna and Mannlln whtlo 11passing through the change of life I am positively convinced your bono elaJ remedies have relieved mo from alt m1 Ills rornna hums raised more women trom ticdi of BlckncnH nod set tuem to work again than any other remedy Pelvic catarrh ia tho bano ot womankind Pe runa ti tho liana of catarrh In all torn and etagca MrjCol htamittonCo- lunbusOayiI recommend Perun to women believing It to be lpec1atl1 beneficial to them Send for n free book written by Dr G art man entitled Health and Beauty Address Dr llartman Columbia O J uilgment ct the courtto defray the ex penscs of the election upon this que tion it is therefore ordered that said question be submitted at the next rei ular election and the Court vow dl reels the officers of election in Ohio county to open a poll at the several voting precincts in said county at the next regular election November 6 1910 lor the purpose of aoceitainin the will of the voters of this count upon the question whether or not they wish cattle to sun at large in said county and the clerk ot this couit Is directed to prepare ballots for said purposePursuant to the above order I S T Stevens Sheriff of Ohio count will cause a poll to be opened at each ol the voting precincts in Ohio county on November 6th 1900 for the pur pose of tiklng time cense of the legs voters as to whether cattle shall be permitted to run at large in said county S T STKVKNS S 0 C The most stubborn calS of Bronchi tis succumb to BALLAUIVS HOU HOUND SYRUP Price 25 nnd 50 cts For sale by J II Williams Farm for Sale Five miles below Unitford y mile South of forks Centertown and Ceralvi roads contains ion acres plenty 01 fencing timber good treats water and I valuable mineral spring good dwelling house and out buildings young orchard apples peaches plumbs and grapes will sell In two lots Apply to G R CARSON Centertown Ky Howaro Your Nerves II they are weak and you feel ner vous and easily flustrated cant sleep and rise in the morning uure reshed your blood is poor Strong nerves depend upon rich nourishing ilood Hoods Sarsaparilla makes this nerves strong by enriching and vital zing the blood It gives sweet reo reshing sleep and completely cure nervous troubles Begin taking it to day Nausea Indigestion are cured by hoods Pills COALAt the Mrs Elijah Mitle lank opposite Dr Millers flank W tins to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good roads fine loading place take in exchange all kinds of horse feed such provis- Ions as we need and fruit at Hattfort prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- Jso A EDGAR MILLER A rich lady cured of her deafnse and noises in the head by Dr Nicbol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave SIO oo to his Institute so that deaf peo Ille unable to procure the Etc Drums amy have them free Address No 1483 The Nicholson Institute 781 Eighth Avenue New York To Cure Coiutlpatlon For TrT- aUoCiKcaioU Candy Cathartic lOo orSo II C U C rail to curodrucclkt rctunil IOUUOT Nature can only feed the flames of ife with the food eaten which is di rested HERDINE will reinvigorate a weak stomach and so improve dl lation as to insure the natural bloom 01 health Price 50 eta For sale by J II Williams nn CENTERTOWN KY Mrs C L Woodward visited re a- tives in Owensboro last week Mrs Mrtnt Rowe of Greenville 11 isiting the family of L C Morton Misses IVH and Floy Coflman have turned to thiir school work alter a- short visit to parents in Point Pleas lintMr Ulyssus Carson and sister of artlotd were in our town Sunday Miss Mary Mndley ol Hartford is IsitiriK the family of Dr B F Tick enor Mr Claud Mjers ot Point Pleasant isited relatives and friends here last week Mr J P Rops of Livermore spent several days with us last week Mr B E Ross is with us again af o I SPEAKING i The peaking tbat will toko place at K T CeHins Store ii within tbe next few days will contain the moat convincing arguments you liver hearst NothIngmvhll be said that r will iflbntl any party nor are we speaking throughour rg d hats either Ion we ha- veClothing1 1 The beat selected stock tbat wee ever teen rclInHartford Dress Goods g1 A floe line of Dress Goode of every de EKription that would do credit to any store la a large city m Cloaks gjWell just step in and see our line of all Colon Shade Prices to suit 0- gj1 anyb- odyOvercoats ifLatestStyles aud best made goods can fit anybody m Hats Our Mess lists arc up tote No old styles bu everything the latest Shoes Browns 5 aro the boat ibeyweara I longer and are moro stylish aud durable ithananyotheraahi sizes ii Outing Cloth See our complete stock There U HOIIIO E thing in these you want Draperies We beat tbe world in furnishing pretty h 1 datigni in Draperies m Ladies Hats mJUltstep in our Millinery Department those beautiful hats Trimmed ins f the last styles by an experienced Milliner j Speaking H i Yet were speaking and low prices fineIpord and new ityle are rKahiiic gzj they are bring heard too Just call in Iusourgoods will tell the talc liT COLLINS m- I Hartford Ky Igfflfflffi t fiffflffiiiith tItter several mouths stay in Bcda Miss Nora Rowe who has been sick several weeks with typhoid fever Is not much better Miss Ada helm Is recovering slow ly from a severe spell ol sickness hope she may soon be at ber place in schoolMr George Rhoads has moved tour town and taken charge of the hiv stableMr McLean of Muhlenburj county has taken possession of the farm purchased olMr Rhoads Luck to your paper and success to the Republican ticket PEARL Republican Speaking Hon C M Barn ott- Maganipm Oct I- Centertown t p inOct 20 Horse Branch i p inOct 22 Rosine 7 p m Oct 22 McHenry 7 p tn Oct 23 Pleasant Valley Church t p in Oct 25 Rochester 7 pra Oct 25 Balzetown i p mNovCro- mwell 3 7 p tn Nov 3 Point Pleasant 7 p m Oct 21 Hon M L Hoavrln Rosine 7p m Oct 19 Mt Pleasant 7 p m Oct 21 Adahburg 7 pm Oct 25 Schroeter School House p mOct 31 Beaver Dam 7 p m Nov j ColJS R Woddlng Sulphur Springs i p m Oct so Profs E Woonward and C E Smith Clear Run school house7 pm Oct2i Hon CL Edwards Rosine 7 p m Oct 39 McHenry 7 p tn Oct so Judgo R RWoddlng Buford r p m Ot 19 Bartletts school house 7 pm Oct 19 MagAn i pm Oct 20 Deanfield 7 p m Ot22 Fordsville i p m Oct 23 Sulphur Springs 7p m Oct 23 Olaton 7 p tn Oct 241 Rosine 7 p m Oct25 BMzetown 7 p m Oct 26 Cromwell i p m Oct 27 McHenry 7 p tn Oct 29 Rock port 7 pm Oct 30 Centertown 7 p m Oct 31 Point Pleasant 7 p m Nov i Beaver Dam 7 p tn Nov 3 Taylor Mines 7P m Nov 5 p p Marriage License Greenberry I Btize to Miss Ada Burton SlrntuleS Helm to Miss Emma WesterfieldLeslie torMUs Martha Cop yNOctavia John his Arthur Webster to Miss Lydia ioyd ATTENTION yourhorsesbest attention at my stable Good Riggs and Buggies at all hours I have the best wheat grower in the worldtheAlG u a no Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnest Respy John G Keown qHAHTFORD IRough River Ttlephont Company rlxroaroIAUD S Talk being cheap and ndcesBary1tshould patronize homo folks where you can buy own phones and buildyourovn lines and in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally byonly paying RoughiRiver XJ1lmsoifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Indeoendent Companies 1 I NERVITA PILLS I Restore Vitality Lost Vigor asS Msonoexl I Cnn Impotencr NUht Emlntonf lattof Mem disease or 60sDd PILLS 1a17eocafr Brlo teree to pule Uohi DIal CTSbOut for B8BO with our bankable taursits to cnzs- or refund the usoney paid eons for circular and of our bankable tlntnwPotlttrtlr mar nted eon for of Power OrpoPreMoo Uritsrii Fltslolnlt1a raraipl and the I or obeeeo Ojiam or II Liquor By mail In plato packae a U 500 with our bankable antee bond to curs In 90 dayt or rtfund mono pallS Address y- NERVITA MEDICAL CO Clinton Jackson 8ts CHICAGO ILL I mom ffAMta wllh OPIUMcIWI aoqk or par WOOUlYCO rth Prpr iISubscribe for THE REPUBLIOANI r r t f WATCH THE TRAOE WINOS And you will BOO them blowing into our establishment Wo are now having the largest volume of business that it hoe over been our pleasure to enjoy Vo BOAST having the LAUGEST and BEST iclcctol stock in oficounty Fifteen years of buying for ono people acquaint ui thoroughly with their needs Our Clothing Stock Ii ono of the most complete in Ohio county Junior Vcttee Suite 3 to 8 years from 8100 to 83 50 Boys i Suite knee pants G to 1G years from COo to 8500 Youths Suit three piece goods long pants 14 to 10 I years 250 to 810 per Suit Meua allwool Suits 8400 I I Mens good Salinctte Suits 200 to 8500 Mens Black I I and Fancy Worsted Suits from 8500 to 12 60 Mens I Heavy Brown Melton Cloth Suite doubledbrcoited vest I f I 81000 to 81250 Guilds Overcjata 125 to 8500 Youths Beaver Overcoats allwool a bargain 8350 r Mens glral quality Ulster Ovcrcoste 6500 Mune goal quality Blllck and Brown Beaver Coats from 4 toS 64 Young Menu flue Dress Overcoats medium lightweight i row fi5O to 1250 Our Shoe Stockt Is another BIG FBATUKE Children Shoes sizes 3 to 8 year 25o to f125 Childrens school Shoes 13s to 2s good solid wear laco or button 100 pair Ladies goal heavy winter Shoes 1 Ladios Fine Button Shoes 100 pair Mens heavy coarse Shoes 1 Mens best grain Shoes II 25 Mens Fine Shoes f1 to 350 i quality mens Boots 125 pair High grade moos 00011i225 Complete lino Portsmouth Shoes for children Priesraeyer Shoe for ladies None wear like tbem lJsWell I We will guarantee to sell you a general bill of Fall Sup I at a lets average cost than you can buy it for else 0 We are in a position to do it Our assortments fhero and prices warrant this statement Como to before purchasing and you will see just what i nteaus tbiltThe Pigce Is t J Hartford Republicans s y FRIDAYOCTOBURjg Illinois Contral Rallroad Tlmo Table New ttmeeard Inking rffnt Sumlujr June SIth nounrill nil Nnitlli llnliliil ulrrdueloaaIII Nn Ill ilueltMn m- iKu 101 ilorl M i ui Nu 101 due SW p m Nil in ilne 2toII m Nn UI dn04ep in reenI tllll1oNu UI duo T40nni xnlasduerdOpm- It II VAUUKTIIU Amiit u Ito We ate ready for you DOOSOM KINO Llverymen Miss Willie iolccr is on the sick k Hit Silk Velvet In all colors at Carson Co Mr C J Rogers near Cromwell bas a severe attack ol flux You should tee the Indies and chit dren j ckets at Carson Co Overcoats for the lat man the lean man and any kind of a man at Carson CoI Mr W C Ashley near town has accepted a position in Fields grocery Owensboro III Messrs J L and J M Barnctt were in the county this week buying tobac co for Owensboro firms For anything in the Livery line call on Dodson King they have jnat opened their big stable Attention We have just opened up our new stable and are now ready for you Give us a call- Donsox KINO h the Liverymen 1CMrs Minnie Mikkelsen of Niara I gua Mo was the guest of her aunt Mrs J D Foster the Grstbf the week Mrs W B Render who has been I in Leuiftvllle for sometime returned Saturday nccompnnled by her son L M Render Jo11i1oIr G Cornets No 101 the roo I nt poets the No 115 the P5 quality at 75 cts Century corsets f at 40 cts at Carson Gos I 1frM L Heavrin spoke to a lames and enlbti Matte audience at Br n denbmg last Saturday The t was con ervitbly estimated crowdI the large court hall was full Schiccter the well known Photogra pher is now at the Hartford wharf with his Floating Studio We are oritwo for 4ocj Kodak Photos ut Soc per d zen They are twice the bizj of Daisy Photos Come and see us I 4 itSCURUTRR rCURE FOR Bet Woeh alrop TutMUood CM In lime Bold br dnaniu CONSUMPTION Li Mr Rollie Riley is on the sick list Ladies Capes at 50 cts at Carson L Gos Good Blankets 50 cts at Carson Gos Mr C L Aruicndt Dundee was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr J T Davie Sulphur Springs called to see us yesterday Mr tl M Hurricou of Olatoa w among our callers yesterday White and Oak curtain polls with wood fixtures at 10 eta at Carson It Cos Farmers ate selling their tobacco at 1107 oo for the leal and lugs and 3 oo the trash Miss Rib Rocker Sutherland Dav less county visited friends near town I last week Mrs Rilla Williams Unlontown anl Mrs J R Williams Owensboro are visiting Dr and Mrs J R Piitle They made the REPUBLICAN a ve pleasant call yesterday The Rough River Telephone Company has put In a new switch board at Beaver Darn which adds greatly to the services of the line The company has ever thing firstclass Miss Lucy Davis and Mr Herman Tanner Buel were married lust Wed nesday Miss Davis was a former student ol the Hattlord College and is quite well known to our people who wish her a long nod happy life Mr Tanner is a very estimable gen tleman The young couple have the good wishes ot their many friends foi a happy union Nerve FoodIf you have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will feed the nerve that is cry ing for foodit is hungry and set your whole body goin again in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual foo That is cure If you are nervous and irritable you may only need more fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thinand Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to begin with gQe5Fullyou need from usual food an Scotts Emulsion will help you to that umplheSCOTT a BOWNE CheniUU 4094 1 J Vearl Street New York Soc find ltml nil clnigguU On next Monday the S2hd I w- lI open up a stock of general merchan dlse at Dundee Kentucky and would be glad to have the public call and see my stock of goods belore purchasing elsewhere C L ARM NDl The Honorable Milford Howard of audlfence I deeply the salvation o Kentucky from the dishonor lnt which she Is rIfting lie is one o the most logical speakers we have ever heard While we differ on na tional issues radically we cannot disagree on civil liberty Hh prophecies of last tall were fulfilled and we be- lIeve that the speech of yesterday will be remembered by the sober thinkers when they ca me to cast their votes on the 6th of next November Not withstanding the fact that the Demo cratlc1 county committee did all in their power to keep the people from hearIng Mr Howard he bad a very respectable congregation of honest and thinking me- nRemember the 27 IuThe stock law to be voted on onC the 6th ot next month is creating a great deal of Interest among the farmters The question will read someIthing like this Shall cattle andI other species thereof run at large in Ohio county There will be twoIsquares on the ballot over one will be the word no and over the othertwill be the word yes If the farmer desires to vote for the law he willI vote no saying thereby that stock a shall not run at large in the county If a man desires to vote against thetlaw he will vote yes thus giving his consent to the running lit large ol ALL stock including horses cows hogs sheep and other animals Our readers should watch for the official ballot in these columns for we desire that every man should understand just how to vote and to that end willu endeavor to help him We will copy the wording of the official ballot next week and give instruction as to how the elector will have to vote to votet for or against the lawICome to the big it Rally the 27th Zo Kings Casod Mr Z O King one of the few Goebelized Republicans spoke to a mixed crowd of Republicans and Democrats at the Court House Satur day Mr King has been a Repub lican a lung while but he has recent ly met with a political regeneration under IJWhythe teachings ol the Democratic party s In in IJwehas taken up the Democratic crosstand Is heralding Its principles famy and disgrace in various pleas It is no disgrace for a man to change- S his but when he he nshoull1n for the change This Mr King failed ofto do It is the duty of every man to pet form his duty as he sees it andS Uhe can back up his action with logwteal argument he is on safe ground fiprlsewho know something of his political of aspirations and his political reversesg I t comes not as a surprise areb not In the least surprised that MrtI King is a Democrat at this time It is his privilege to join that party ItVtike up Goebellsm under the present circumstancesIIIn giving reasons for beings Democratic Mr King declared that the Republicans had won his dlspleas 01ethrust at the honorable men who comw pose that party which rational men in all patties disclaim and brand as atl mallclousuotruthaIn reference to Senator Deboe he ty said that he was unable 01swerDeboe was the first man that had iwfared to write him but our wayward friend has forgotton some things ofw slThroughthe Preston Morton Post at this YIplAceletter from Senator Deboe to Z 0 King which King says never reached him The letter is as followsjWashington D C II Z 0 King E q Pewee Volley Kentucky Dear SIrI return your papers It will not be possible to pass I bill allowing you a greater pension thegit would prevent a bill passing if in RespectfullydDining cMrPost at this place when he wasstrugr gllng to get a raise on his pensionr We do not charge Mr King with lie lug he just wilfully misrepresented the facts in the rase Perhaps this letter has escaped his memory or else he didnt know that It was in Hartford and would be produced Iagainst him His whole discourse assertiondtern The speech of this new con vert fell on deaf ears The Democrats had no time for him and the Repubp llcans pitied the poor fellow sorry plight but left him to himaelh- It A STINGING REBUK- Ed JQS A Ronoor Takos th Assumed Editor to Taw About Thoso Contest Cases In Congress Centeitown Ky Oct 16 1900 Editor RnrunciCAN It Is not my Intention in this com muuicatlon to abuse the honest poll teefy orrthat all men affiliating with the Republican party ate angels or those affiliating with the Goebel wing 01 Democracy are devils but rather to dell justly with all men As to the leaders of these two parties I will heremake a comparison The leaders of the Goebel party are Woodson Trimble the Haldemansi Tom Cromwell Chlnn Breck 11111 Blackburn McCreary Caruth and Beckham of Kentucky Tom Campbell of Ohio and New York Arthur and Justus Goebel of other states The leaders of the Republican party ore such men as Bradley Taylor Ycrkes Lewis Holt Wilson Bar nett Roberts Combs Pratt Evans Wood Colson Denny and many others whose names are to numerous to men And affiliating with the Repub llcans are the names of the followIng Democrats John Y Brown Phil Johnson Buckner Knott Yost Bteckenride andothers The purpose of the Goebel party is go through the forms of a conven lion put up a machine man and by RedwIne and police force declare him winner This Is done against the will of lour fifths of the delegates a convention They say we will go through the terms ot an election but nothing mustit be left to chance we will have the office at any cost But after the election the retnrns came in and Taylor and every Republican were elected They sent 250 firemen and policemen from Louisville to het- nseat Republican legislators thi they call patriotism Haldeman says if the State Board of Commissioners will give Goebel a certificate of elec Lousvlllc will send a thousand men to see that he keeps it This they say Is tight and we will do but the certificate was given to Mr Taylor then they appealed to a partlI zan legislature for a hundred that they might raise a big army ofmen and buy guns so that they could march on to the city of Frankfort rout the men elected and takeI charge of the Capitol This the called the acktue of patriotism And today we have a man acting as Governor of the State who is no more en titled to be Governor than myrelt The Republican party and those Democrats associating with us for civil liberty for every citizen the State that every voter white orI lack old or young learned or Illiter ate may have the right to vote and have his vote counted as cast This is our principle in a nut shell short but good for everbody By your consent Mr Editor I shall i conclude this article until I have myself well known to the editor the Herald To the editor of the Herald or as editor in your attempt to ans er my article which appeared in Th REPUBLICAN of October 5th you say rst that The Hartford RKPCBUCANS baffled by the Heralds account the many Republican steals In Con and unable to maintain a stand these facts call to their eosin one Mr James A Reneer of Ceutertown who is Mr Reneer any how and who writ his article for In the first place Mr Editor the ot the UitruuuCAN never called to their assistance there has never been a time when they have needed any assistance in their little boxing match with the Herald The editors the REPUBLICAN are gentlemen ability above the ordinary and they go after your sheet of mine representation and mythology with and reason It shatters the feeble of that sheet into insensibili and lays it down on a pillow of piate to rest until the morning of the week when it will come forth ith a delusive mind to go about its old job cf hotchpotch and sling the editors of the REPUBLICAN as fearless men As to who I am Mr Editor and if really want to know just call In Felix your proprietor and he The Stimulus of Pure BloodT- hat Is what Is required by every 1 organ of the body for the proper per formance of Its functions- It prevents biliousness dyspepsiaIJ constipation kidney a matism catarrh nervousness weak faintness pimples blotches and all cutaneous eruptions It perfects all the vital processes W P Keeton Wooditoek Ala took Hoods Btnapirltla to make bli blood pare Ue writes that be bad not tell will but tired for tome time Before he had flnlihed the ant bottle of this medicine he felt better and whey he lied taken the second was like another mID tree from that tired feeling and able to do lib week Hoods Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the romise Accept no substitute but get Hoods today will tell you who I am or when yo have read this you will possibly thin that you have a slight ccqnaiataaee owith me but if this is not satisfactory when you are in our town just cal on the post master and he will treat you nicely and will tell you of whom you seek to know Aud as to who wrote my article for me will say that you netd not be worriedabout that Just throw your snarles and slang at me and you will hit the right one BlrdI celved from the Clerk of Congress more than twelve hundred pages o notices and evidence which included all the evidence presented by both MrIWise nail Mr Young together withI the report of the committee on con tested election And not as you say Mr Editor that Mr Wise sent me only one side of the case and that the Republican side And for your goodi 1r11 it is your desire to get right on this matter and you want to get the facts in the case just come down or It this is inconvienent for you just a write me and I will send them to you and for fear if it is possible that I have injured your demented mind inathe tact that you think that I have writ up and misrepresented the record of Congress I have this propob sitlon to make yon I will tarnish you with the report of the committee on contested elections in the case ot Richard A Wise vs William A Young provided that you give your guarantee to publish it as it is Now tit is your Intention to be fair please accept this proposition and dont dally any more about this Stop quibbling and misrepresenting the facts and give your readers the truth if your bosses do kick about it and for so do ing the good people will think well oft you You ask what about the other six teen outrages I admit that I havent the Congressional Record of the other sixteen contested cases and what I know about one of the other sixteen is in that of Roberts the man who ylsreform end further in regard to the other sixteen contested cases I have the second proposition to make I I will if you will agree to publish them get you the reports of the committee- of any or all of the sixteen cases that you refer too This Is a talc proposl tiers which you might accept if it was your will to do so You say that I mike the usual I Republican sneer at Mr Goebel this statement is false and the readers beYso but I I de as nounce Goebellsm with allof my might and I am proud to know that I am backed by the best element and ablest brain of the State You remember that your faithful lender and holy saint Tom Compbell of Ohio if New York said in a communicah tion to a certain fy Soebel law was denounced by the entire t Republican press and nine tenths ot the Democrat presses of the State Now you must not doubt this because t is from the pen of Campbell You soy the name ot Goebel makes one think of the mountain fcudsta1 Yes It makes the people remember how Goebel and his henchmen through his law set about to disfranchise the saidethat he would put a bomb under the eleventh district and blow it into hell and of What the Herald Messenger and Courier Journal and the Democratic press generally say about the people in the mountains But never mind the mountain people will show you at the polls in November that ut b they too remember these things Yes this nerve reminds us of all this and you will plainly see the results ol your miserable rule oi disfranchisement- You in ask me who murdered Mr Goebel and at whose instigation was the dark deed committed My dear sir in answer to this I have this to say that the assassination of Mr Goebel is being mystified the hounds and sleuths that are hunting down Republicans arre doing It lor no the purpose than to hide the real assassin = that it is not their Intention to find the man who assassinated Goebel You may say that Jim Howard has been convicted of the murder of Goe bel then I will tell you as you already know that the two scoundrels Golden and Culton are the bought witnesses whose lies give the jury an opportunity to go through the form of finding hIm guilty What I shall call your attention to in the evidence of those two perjured witnesses Golden and Culton is this take Goldens evidence in the examining trial at Frankfort you remember that he said Youtsey was the man with the mus- I tache and at Georgetown how bright their memory got they remembered things that was unreasonable to tell on a witness stood and swore contrary the way they swore at Frankfort of when they came to the man with mustache Youtsey was the man Dist you know at Gsorgetown in the Powers trial that Cantrill and Camp bell set out to convict Powers regardless oi law and testimony therelore they called on that Goebel sheriff to getup a Goebel jury and they got It It is not necessary to go into the details ol the bier ruling of Canttill hut there Is one point in particular that we will notice The Kentucky stat ute plainly says that no one cad be convicted as assessory to a murder until the principle be found and convicted But you fellows had convict ed Powers as an assessory before the fact Then you understand that there Dr Constipationk Headachy RiliniisnRss HeartburnI Indicate that your liver la out of order Tire best medicine to rouse the liver and cure all these Ills Is found In Hoods Pills23 cents Sold by all medicine dealers othIreIgo again before Judge Cantritl ants if this be true how was Cnmbell and Cantrill to fix this matter The man Youtsey that the damning evident had been against was sink andnOI able for trial so alter a consultation t was decided they would go to Frankfort and convict Howard Goebel and Culton would as Goon swear that Howard was the man with moustache as to swear the third time that Youtsey was the man I just the saute in Cantrills court nd Campbell and Cantrill have got that point fixed In the conviction ol Howard So when the case goes back efore Cautrlll there will be but little to do from the tact they claim to have found and convjcted the principal I acknowledge that 1 do not know who killed Mr Goebel and I later that you arc of the same mind from the tact that you ask me who killed Goebel You may have at onetime believed that Governor Taylor for some other prominent Republican shot MrGocbel but ifyou have any sense or reason about you you are compelled to say that you are disgusted with the result ol that one bond thousand dollars of blood money an you would rather have seen the law take its proper coarse But sir frankly confess that I havent such an opinion of your honesty but rath er believe that you rejoin in the fits grove thats being heaped upon the good people of the State I do not believe that Jim Howard killed Goebel neither do I believe that Caleb Powers had any thing to do with it but there are some things do know and one is that Mr Goe bel was responsible for his own death and those that urged him to contest after the fact was known that hewas defeated are nsce sories before thefact and they are howling allover the State now to hide their own guilt and say that it was at their own Instigation was the dark deed done Now Mr editor I have put these fatty as plain as possible and as mild your sntt nj and dodging admit ot and if you think proper t accept of any propositions that I hav made you and to deal in facts I am with you to the end jour cause will be united lor the good oi the public But you through your partisan rancor youhaveand mistCjirttent the truth I shall contemptIJAMBS A RBNEKR You have lead ol the cures by Hoods petfactyou good ECHOLS KY Oct I6Northand South Rock port voters met and organized a civil Ibierty club with fillyseven members enrolled utter listening to a logical address by Mr Harris on State isucs and an eloquent appeal by Mr Syl vester Robinson on civil llbeit which was enthusiasticly received On motion by Mr George Maddox that we as a club attend the speaking Hartford on October the 27th toe delivered by lion W O Bradley and others the motion wan unanimously adopted The following res olution wasadnpted Resolved Tnat we act as a com jt tee as a whole and use all henor able means to prevent fraud from be- Ing perpetrated in this election as it was in last election The meeting adjourned to meet October the 22nd when we hope to have Judge Julia P Morton with us Every lover of civil liberty is invited E W HANCOCK Pres C L BAILEY S- ecCOMRADE M H DeLonfft Bchuylcrrin N Y who served In Company E 6th Vermont Volunteers bad other toes tn battle with afu r hIs return from tho late war tie recently wrptet I have wed Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for nervousness brought on by the use of tobacco and too close applica tion to business It give me prompt relief without leaving any unpleasant effects The result was beneficial and listing I heartily endorse it DR MILES RestorativeNervine is sold by all druggists on guarantee first bottle or money back Book on heart and nerves sent free Mlles Medical Company Elkhart Ind 111111r r e Cigar Dealers Like IletoOld Cherootsr Virginia r because they know that once a man fixede rsand that he will have no more troubloI with him trying to satisfy him with = different kinds of Five Cent cigars thisnryear Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents s f41- I TaTTaiWhen indulged in by ua is always based on abso lute facts and our statements as to values can In variably be verified by investigation on the part of the purchaser Hence wo Invite yon to investigate the special bargains we introduce this week Dross Goods nWewill not spend much time in making prices on Dress Goods but will say that we have most 1anvthiDg you would want in Coverts Ducks Flan i figureddper j youI4 Shoes and Boots u We were never better fixed in the Shoo line In a4i ladies fine cheap Shoes we have the Witherspoon brandat 81258150and 3165 A bran new lot 1- o of the well known P W Minorson make at 82 00 8225 83 00 and 8325 Also anything yon need in Childrens Shoes and footwear for men and boys 0 Capes and Jackets S We have Wraps in plenty for tho women and Z children Capes at 50c to 81000 Ladies Jack ate 8125 to 81000 Muses Jackets 8125 to 8650 Cloaks for the babies at 5100ej Corsetsando Millinery oWesell a good Corset at 25c The Century Cor fe quale ft ity at 75o R G No 101 the 8100 quality JC at OOc lho F 0 make at 50o to 8100 in short Millineryo 9 Goods k 0 y Our Clothing iDepartment is full up as it always is Boys longmof 1 lDC to SIOO Boys Suits 8100 to 8500m Menso fSuits 8200 to 1500 Mens Overcoats the newest e thing 8200 to 8155 Boys Overcoats 8200 toy j 8500 Mens and boys lists and Caps Mens u and Boys Shirts the newest thing to be found ff iJ Our Furniture I Stock is always complete at prices which defy fC competition Be sure to go to tho right store CARSON It COl- e 1 1 wrssnurllNTtRXaKXUi1 wcnouuw A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc thoInternationalvaluablolntormatlonetrnngedlnaconvenlentforalforhaniloyei other dictionary in the world It should bo in every household ScottlthQlOEurr r WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky 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W B HHB y MMPKBMMBfcMM8ttBBB B r K I Hartford RepublicanIoo J- I FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 I FREETRADE FREE SILVR CHAOS That Is What the Triumph of Bryanlsm Would Bring to the Country Will the mechanics the farrnersthe miners and time laboring men in 1900 repeat the folly of 1892 Thats the question to be determined at the polls in November- In 1892 the country wns in a most prosperous condition labor was em ployed everywhere at good wages mills furnaces and factories all over the country were actively and profitably employed And the fatniers had good markets fur their products at satisfactory prices The nation bad never been apparently in a more con tenttd condition than early in the summer of that sear when the con ventions cf the two great political parties met The only issue the Democrat party could decide upon was that of Free Tradeand that was put forward as the paramount issue nf their campaign The farmers were told that they were pa ing too much to the merchant the wonclngman was informed that he was being robbed by the traders that time McKmlty bill was oppressing the poor and enriching the rich and that the only salvation acd hope for the country was the lepeal ol the McKin ley bill and the substitution of a prac tical FreTrade measure The most persistent and rnergectic of its ful towers was William J Bryan At tint time he had rt thought ol 1111 ven n MIIIP H was RU out mid out Free Trlder then PS nowIMr Cleveland wan I dent upon tl is IfrfeVraie j litfnrni mind his eleoii u wn out lotitevnU ol the firinetx nn I the worUinirrnm ol their cuvntry Kothirg could turn this class ol our citizens in their determinHtion to have free Trail They got ItRnrt I think they got a little more ol it than they wanted The Wilson till was immediately en icted into a laws just as the walking men fnd larmt 1 eminlip Ihat it hculd be Tlie Democracy win triumphant folly was in the raddlr nnd what WAS the nfiili Within twelve inontl s 11ftr the etctlon Clevilaiil thi mniiiif ictnr- irg industries rl lime Unifl otntu- ay prct hall IIId p Ih Zed fvo thirds ol the wmlinum ti f this irrtiy wete out of tnii Miif nr and he oiltr thlirf wi re Will king at utirvn- mn vrRgetf Trade nn l inuitrctal lUFititM n 1 nil tints wire at n ftanrl till batiks mercantile IILIth cents ninrutictunng concern mid II tnlerlmmes wet tumbling ti I he rourd in hoptlfss wrcckr imn all ides was financial neil commercial c iaor A financial cyclone swept over the country destroying the rich aid poor alike values of All kinds of property were swept head long to destruction products of the fum were hardly wmth the gathering the output ol the factories mills1 furnaces and forges were not salable at all The farmers in the Middle Wet and the sheep tanchers in the great Rocky Mountain region found their wool hardly worth collecting at 5 and 6 cents a pound Every other product of farm ranchI and mill was so reduced in not to be profitable or was unsalableI altogether Wheat was cents a bushel corn was used for fuel in many States the fruits ot the orchards in the Pacific States were left to rot on the ground Distress and disaster ran riot everywhere the banker and the laborer the merchant and the farmer the manufacturer and the operator stool together hopeless ly crippled and discouraged This was the condition of affairs brought about In the United States by the vote oi the workingmen and the farmers who followed William J Bryans advice in voting lor Cleve land and Vice Ttade Alas if they repeat the folly ot 1892 Outing the four terrible years fol LYQNSIflI i i I t i LAXTIVJSYIP I j CONSTIPATION Is made froi the ccct rCto1dJ of I S vegetables an J IruiN contains no In I and I t ths KSt pre scrlption that CII L oiipinnJcd for 1t113 cure of ConslnLfi UHiousness I SLk Heidichc HrOunciS nnJ t Jsl Colds rJ Ics it irlves I out all Impurl cs ft tu HooJ and JrIthan any laxative live ever used your Idrusslst will refiiml tie money i An Ideal remeJy fur ciliren IS well adults For ly druggists at i19 Pt bottle I1o e CA = = HfJII HyIWILMAHNOAI C o Jrlrllrnryl lunX XTAYIOH Cromwell Ujr iiokor i Mon Special Arrangement Wlir rubr a Free Copy Can IJo GbtalutJ by Every Reader of This Paper prersashatoout tlu cnormom wilt moo of Dr JioBtun lldtluwn LW bool Vigor11oaltIillece1tI7 tatlstr tho public sneg hathaway a IlmItod number of tlieso boots and Uiesnho liasspevlally nrranmd to send tree by moll to all readeri of Ibis paper who tend names address to hIm For 20 years Dr ItitthawQy has confined nil practice almost exclusively to diseases ot men durIng that time he hues restored more men to liealtii vlm r usefulness and happiness than any ten other doctors In tho country Iir Hathaway IrraU and cures byn method entirely lil Olin discovered and twrfected by hlmieti and u exelutely by mum of- ltthhly Yllliloeele StrIetur llloo1 tlsouIng In Hi different stages Itheumatbm weak luck all mannerof urinary IlreM Sores and SHIn Disease IirlitlitsiIeaeeand all forms of Kidney Troubles Jlli treatment for under torcit men rrstorci lost vitality anj makes tho patient a strong well rlKorousman Hathaway success In the treatment of Varlcocclr and stricture without the aid of ftnlfo or cautery Is Phenomenal The patient It treated or painlosstll only trrolmcnt which euro wIthout nn oper- atlon lIatiiaaiy Ills the lUrtleillr aUen tlnn of culterer f rnri Varleoccla stricture to ST 23 a M and 31 of hIs new book speciallytreated byhimhl undcrhlspersonMoverslglitDr tion or advice at oftlre or by mall when n eoIt taken the one tow fee covers all coot of medicines and cervices posalloll one Interview hilt thli l not essential as he has tired scores ol thousands of patients In all see tions cf the cod t whom he never seen Ills Kyttitmof Homo Treatment Is so perfected that he can brIng nbmit a curn rs nirely as thounn tile patient called daily at his office J KBWTON HATHA WA Y M D Dr Ilatliavray I Co aOOCTmrrliSrwi Nn layllle TrnuH- KXTIOX THIS PAfKIl VIIKX WltlTINO lowing Clevelands election the dis tress of the country furnished food upon which the Populistlc party grew fat and it grew fat and in many Western States where the distress was f It more than in the older States of tIn Ki t the IoptiHst and thiir vi clem irrrni gRinnl rMiiptite iu ptpiinicy Tlf mi f Mr Brymn w11 jttclc tu mrs limo piK ruiity iiiid to cze it He I triune sit ot c th riiitr I the lputts tht SIv rits I Ill the Mriuornry that is h a sutnnt I i Itaderhip ai a trtn t cl the letribl cilamity that his Fiee fade doctrine had bmught tifoi tht psople ot thii cotirtry sort he his wade the best possible ue of it It is not voth wtie to rl fT t the canvas oJ 1896 thitn lio Iejl in the memory to nquiie riiHcuoioT txrtpt tosav tint wlmcvrr tJeie wiP 1in time Cleveland pliifiii iha wi- iatlgt roils ti lime jniMn a cit u I C till in time platforti on wlIdl Mr Hty in tndt Tell rmtl nrf Hldul u IIhl MItIt l PS ilnltil ir lSi the 1lu IiCIIIIII1 rf th ii uutv VMS about ib hrl as it Cutd be The Kite rrtIo hill ols protnit ly tcpralMt and tIC uicst HM CdrI et TiirilT lile ver adiptvl by imv cuiintry btCituii it hv Vit1titi on ycar niter time lniujuriin if Mo Kinley the inlusirMI nttuitv ol th country was thoroughly revive itt the old mills and factories were I Still operation and hundreds and even thousands of new ones were estab lished labor was fully employed everywhere at wages averaging mare than 40 per cent increase over the previous year ihe products of the farm and the factory had in most cases more than doubled These are a few of the reasons why Mr Bryan ought to be beaten at the coming election and as I started out by saying that the farmers and work- Ingmen elected Cleveland in 1892 against their own Interests and they ota elect Bryan in 1910 and again throw the country back into the con dition that Cleveland left it in chaos bankruptcy nnd despair UK Senator Stepen W Dorsey Blood Poison Curod by B B B llnlllc Free to Nnn rern Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and p Itent medicine treat went quickly yield to B B B Rot aide Blood Balm thoroughly tested lor 30 years Have ynu mucuous patches in the mouth Sore Throat Eruption Hating Sores Bone Pains Itching Skin Swollen Glands StIR foint Copper Colored Spots Chan cleF U ctration on the body Hair and eyebrows fall out Ii the skin A mass of boils pimples and ulcers Then this wondeiful B B B specific will completely change the whole body into a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B drains the poison out of the sutrtnsn time symptoms cannot return B BB builds up the broken down constitu tion and improves the digestion So suflereis may test B B B a trial bot tie will be given Away free ot charge B B B for sale by druggists at I vcr large bottle or 6 large bottles full tieptment 5 Complete direction with each bottle Be sure the bottle rinds Botanic Blood Balm For trial bottles address BLOUD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Fire medical advice given 3 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ABignaturoof Business and Bryanlarn Business is afraid ol Uryanlsm Men who as employers or employed have an interest in the prosperity ot the country are afraid of Bryanistu Men who believe in law order and the integrity of the judiciary are I afraid of Bryanlsm Men who believe the United States mail should be respected even by a mob of Chicago anarchists are afraid of Bryanism Men who regard the Crokers Alt oo igHtlSitnd rtillUtrJaa UI tie nhdit lijiruujt ttten In ltbi hit Kit Idt I lttvntili iil L 11 lIl Orotiirt AiUcM 1111 1illiiiitn ivuurt he in jiiiwtr mine in clnfnt atablmh1gtflhl if Btyui were titit it Kvcry Dsnicr uf rHtitvil reputa nan in who cinttlV tit 4tntty ptu dnre sounil jurlgnifil the palty and the country have confidence is alraid of Brynniim Men who loathe repudiation ol hon est debts are afraid of Bryanistu Men who do not believe in fifty cent dollars are afraid 01 Bryanlsm- If business cares for f elf preservatiin it will disintegrate Bryanista Bing batnton N Y Republican The United States takes its portion if the German loan without disturbing the flow of financial events in the slighteU decree Uiler that benign institution known as Democracy com ptiMng among other fallacies the Wilson Tariff and the fear ol free silver the United States was borrowing money hand ov r hat 4 but four years Republican rule has cnanged eli that and we are solvent again Philadel phia Inqurer NlrCrSHAVOKTII KMMTIMI- 40jeir innvMlu the Month proven lliuhw Tonic it Krent remedy fur Chill nndnll Mnlnrln I Fever lletter thin Quinine luanintml try t At UrnKRleta tAlc nnd 1100 liiittlm 3Mt a aBryan and Stevenson have received tour notifications of nominations Iroru piety otganizUiiirs The notification they will receive next November will be that they are nut wanted by the couutrySan Francisco Chronicle I Bryan slatted in on Tariff as the paramount issue Then it was silver Now it is imperialism The countrj bas been successively drotuetl to th dogs or to the ib vII under each an every one Nxt time lie will turn up with sonic new piramount issue on which iiie country mutt tnke his ad I vice or po to the dogs or to devil some I wore Paramoint issues while you wait Portland Oreeonlan BEST fOR THE- BOWELS tbetOeibo eli oiicn oo1 l wen t rev in the sbaix1 or violent Iiac or nil IIUIMHI is flanvvniiis lie Cec1ingilbowel CANDY CATHARTIC I mADf UUN atammio I i 14Nvcrlictr i AildrewlUrtl I KEEP YOOn BLOOD GLEAK 15 i tinlaii A MI CATARRHIHMIIMl I fillIe It I etrrhIVS Ray and pleasant tou e Contains- noinjuriouselwg It is quickly nb- worded Gives re lief at once It COLD H fAD opens and cleanmee the nasul passages Allays inflimmation Heals and pro tects the membrane Restores the senses of taste and smell Large tlzr 50 cents at druggists or by mail trin sfzc 10 cents hy mailM 28 Kly lhrUerenO WnrrrnNl New Turk R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORH KY Will prnrtln hta profiwulnn In theronrlmif llhlo and inlJolnlnKrouiitlfH AUo Notary 1nbllc I JNO B WILSON ATfORNEV AT LAW HARTFORD KY Hrmlnl nttentlnn irtriii to riilliillonn mnklns nhntriMtM Ae nlo Notnry 1uMle for tlblu runt ty Olllra north aide public ninnre ILUI C11TAL L L THROUGH Iiopng r rvi From CINCINNATI and LOLISVlllE to Hot SpringsAIIUANKAN VIA9liNIIII Through rleeplnicrar rPPrttlufle run now lie nnnml from Iliirlmmtl nnd Lonlnrllle vlnthe llllnoUtVntrtil to Hot HprliiK Tin MeinphU un- It New Hrleuim llmlteil leivltiK llnclnnntl dully lIt 000 p III luulnrlllc lit 040 p III renchliiK Hot Hprinm GIG the next utternoon Itcnrrle I Iulliunn fileeplnif car nnd fro reclining cRollr car nnclnnntl to MeiniilifH niul ulnplng car nnd KprlnKThrouuh I nnd Ionln Yllle tti lint HprltiffM run nUo IMI mcuredon th Hnwlnl liDTliifftltulnnntl KISii ii a nil louIi vllleI2Olp m dully arriving nt HotHprlnipi D14 the next morning Steeping car from In rtnnntl nNo rtnirli from IxiuUTllla to MpinphU Hhvplnircur JlrniphU to Hot KprlnR Illnlng car nervlce en route A iipiHlal fnlilvr of thli new m rrlco na well nj full partlculiri conrernfnic tho nliovu run be had of nxeiitMnf thj IlllniiU tVntral and ronnwtlnjr linen W A KHIIIXU A II P A lxinliirllli A II lUimox tlenl Tnjmr Agent Chlcnuo Our lee returned If we fall one nendlnv ketch and description of any Invention will receive our free conccrnlrg the patentability of tame How to Obtalu a Patent Lent upon request ratenta secured through ua advertised for sale at our Patcuta taken out through ua receive special notice without charge In TUB PATENT KKCORD an Illustrated widely circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers aud Investor Scud sample copy FREE Addicts VICTOR J EVANS CO Jfefent Attorneys CvansOulldlng WASHINGTON B C and W IUIJ failti I cured at home with U M out Book of par IIPt tieuUra aenl TREF II BH BH WOOlttT CC a VnpsW na Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN tIttct 20 c aL CANCERIlprlYfthJLu iS NDT- INCURABLE f riiysiviniix niiu luua Ugivv itUv ur CotJluasrm UP our aflhitrdnltlt this terrible disease liven now doctor know nf no remedy for hue fratfiil malady while admitting it to be a blootidisease they still ilmaist that there Is rio hope outii4e of II aimrgicalu1wiiutkufl mill mlvlse you to have time Cancer cut out but ftt time same Ifimme cannot aure you that It will riot tollIrn nil tuuay ciii or ilrttw out the wire but another will come in its place for the disease is ill the blood Is tleeiecatril anil drxtrtirlivr HIII beyond lice rrnch uf the surgeons knife or caustic flenUdcstroylnt plasters The blood must be purified andidseuuglliruiiil the system iclleved of all poisonous diet matter before the Cancer wire heal S S S is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful antI contaminating poison and force It out of the blood It builds up and invigorates the old anti supplies new rich in a purely vegetable remedy no mineral UIIOIltheCancer is not always inherited your family may be free ftorn any taint yet your Mood may liecome no polluted that a severe mayImpureor hurt a little pimple on the eyelid lip or nose a small lump on the jaw or breast a harmless looking wart or mole and other causes Insignificant as to attract little or no attention If you have an obstinate nore I rely upon salves or ointment to cure itbegIn with S S S It once It will clelllljle your blood mind prevent Ills formation ul cancerous cells Mrs K Shlrer M Pints Ma wtllrs i A smtlt pimple esmr on fU Js slxxit one Inch llow the ear on the Ifft side of fce At firs It gse inc no Itouble sail I dlIIIUhIDk II we anything nfflout until the Jaw legan Iael1n1 became much Infliuif At the tame tint the tore bccati to Ird sal rat Into the fleih sal cane mf Inlrtw pain I IrlrdevrrrlhlnK mill hnruf but noihlnrithl mriny- Exul I thttt the n e of S 8 8 aol all Inking bolllrs lh Cancer healed these no tlgniif Iherilvsse This woo two yes n ego sad I am Mlllfnjuylncixrftti hrillh Send for our special book on Cancer it runUins much Information that wlllilltaIyou it Is free U 001 too u 1 1 PZ21i l ITJ o iiIi CD rjf I aIn sss WhateoPeep7 Chills I THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators not adcrtise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics arc imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You are not experimenting when you take Grovesits superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the Unitcd States No Cure No Pay Price sac 6GIQMJEollhi GrUUR EllSi1O3 Culleo Southern Normal School I V cJL ClDQo TWO BErABATE SCHOOLS UHDIB OWE XA5AOE1CXNT Ono Thousand Students Will be in Dally Attendance During the Coming Year CyfUXDRRDS of the leading onfmix t and nriixi Mis of the eonntry are 0 tnDiTt of mesa lntltallons The following eatlroH are rrtmirr Kmtlliti ClassIc Klocullon and Oratory Vocal Matte Instrumental MDJIe TehIparlorrKcIoIlLaw Buatnesi Shortliana and Civil An student who enter the BCIIKIM C0LLXQI will nan the prtvtlege of entering the BotlTlmrsmt NOL tiCflooi and pursuing any LIterary branch or branches tsu5ht wlbolll Cltr f CollegeTheiOf l3s lure and mention course wanted when you write Catalogue tree Address u H CHERRY Onral Manatf I BOWIIKO naimKrll 0 j1tVUD1l lrIOlilo Ccvi t5 Irall CoartV T Own Jnlg J K how Attorney Omrnilxjro T II lllark Jailer S A Anilerflun leek Itownn lloltmiofc Master Cu- no1I1Ir I tl II ltkHin TruNti Jury Tnnil 14 P HtcTrnn Khrrill llnrtfcirl lmty Miirllt II M llcxlcr T II Itrnliiii J II Taylor W H Tlnnley 4ilfiart convene Irat Moiulaj In Mnrtb nnd Auirnut Soil ixnitliiaM tkm wrrka nail thlnl Monday In liny niul Nuremlirr two weeks County Court J I Jlllltr Jadw 11 H liar iuiil1vrki M I llmrrln Attorney Hurt rd eSCourtciiunii unit iluuilay In each niolilli Quarterly Cnatt llinlD on the nvfimil Momlny n enrh month Court of Iflluii rimrrniM ftr1 Monday In Jan nary Tomiluy utter wrund Momlny In October other IIIftnro N Musly HorTrjor KlinTr it II Itiirnl Anwiiiiiir Funlnrllli Kon li irir thonl HaNfrlntund nt Hnrtfnrd I W Hunt Coroner Sulphur idng- saattaoa Cuts1111 Tailor Cromwell fireh S Jan X JI p I IXwiinbcr 111I0Il W A Kane Oentirtown Frbrnary 12 May St AniojBt W XoreinWr C 1MO T A Krnni IIIIrtb t Jun 7eltfrnlxr 8 Iinrabrr two sll F llrnriM Ilnford Mnrvli IS Juno rl Hyp tntnbrrSO Iliwml T W IDUO- I H HtihnKliDundMfMnrchnO JaDD Sep tnmlwr St DiwmlMT IS llJOO Cuiintnblni T W Ilnrrrtt Dldlon tV J Stewart Manila J II Itennlrt 1reutU 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