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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I Thu Hartford CJubb1ngllepnbllcan sad IrfinUrllle IF V OUJ18lIftIT r Twli week tHome York ami lltoUl Ba1iesTHE HAETEOKDREPUBLICAN FirstClass Uptodate Job u Tiilnluiohlo tk dpaad hSL Printing Prices Most Call Reasonable at this Officer Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTE yearIVOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1900 I JXo 14 REPUBLICNRALLYI 0 0 ErGovI William 0I Bradley K I LewisI I i I rEEE 1SIE=aIIC IIJtII EE- T F fl GROUBJTOaMORROWGRA- ND 1 PROCESSION FROM BEAVER DAM LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND HUGHES TONIC = r 1 Palatable j Dottorthan CnlomolQulnlno Tho Old Reliable I r Excellent General Tonlo as well as I A Sure Curo for CHILLS and t FEVER r 0 = IT NEVER FAILS J 2 =Just what you nood at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by DiuggUts Dont take any substitute Soc and i Bottles 38 1 lPili Dt4L3 lIO5YJtIIlte- M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practlrv hU Irollon In nil the easels nt Ohio and Gllolalolt nod Court of ApMkli Hprclal attention gtrra to collections J l ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW MrllKMlT UT Will practice his profwwlon In All the ronrtnof Ohio conntr and LNiait of Apprals Prompt and cnrWal consideration cUea n llobln tbtraot1 to him IIndewndeutTelephonelnomreC f ATTORNEY AT LAW iiA ii r rent ii KY win practice profnwIOD In all the marts ol Ohio Gad ftndCunrlufAprwnle Nuc1nlettntloaglrentonilbndnmeentrueedtohbcav Y F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAItTlOllO HY Will practice la the courts ol Ohio county and Court of Appeals 1rompt attention tlren to all linilneM entrusted to hU care Office In Herald building A O TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Ptdal attention given to all bniluess entrust I ed tobhcare Offlw In coqrthonne J E DAVIDSO- NAttorney at Law + HARTFORD KY Will practice big lirolemlan In Ohio nnd adjoin nit eountlw Hperlnl attention given I o awe entrusted to his rare S P ROBY ATTOXJfEY AT LA W- FOHI HVIIIG nRNTOtUY Wlllprnctlne his ruIloD In nil the rourtaof Ohio and Cusrtof Appeals Hpeclal attention given to collections 4 JOHN P MORTON A1TORNEYATLAWIIAItTFOItn Spetnlattention trjren to nil banlacss entrant edtohicare 1J1Iru In onrthonse SHELBY Y LOR- I1TTOftiYEY AT L lTV HARTFORD KY Will pracUca his probulon In all the roam ot Ohio aad adjoining eonntles and Court ol Appeals Special attention given to all awilgnnients In bankruptcy C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Vm bis profession In all theconrtaof Ohio and adjoining counties Special attention will be to all biulneu entrusted to his taro poUotlonpedalt- yFl ELECTION DOUBTS VANISH Prusldont Is Assured of In dorsomont at tho Polls Washington D C Oct 2JAtt- be Cabinet meetleg today there was a general discussion of the political situation EncpiroRing reports from nil directions iTKe been rtctlved In the post Jew days mid the outlook gives the President nnd his advisers great confidence as to the result The President had ofwuances from John D before the CabInet meet Ing that Cllhfutn1a ldould ceitoinr I cast Its vote tar the Republican candl datesThere is a heavy detection in the Democratic ranks in California and allover the state the Republicans ore being strengthened by those who sup potted Bryan four years ago but who are now enthusiastic expansionists Mr Spreckles who owns the San Franisco Call predicted that the Re publican majority of four years ago in California will be greatly exceeded fallWashington Oregon and Wyoming which ate benefiting immensely the tremendous growth of trade wit the Orient like California are Repub- lIcan Advlces from Indiana are that th state will give n large mhjorlty for the Republicans that has been expected and that the record of four years ago will be exceeded The state has been polled by the Republican managers and it is placed In the McKinley col umn to stay Front Kentucky comes the news that a majority ol more than 25000 for McKinley need surprise no one The Republican State Committee in moderation claims a majority of 10 ooo The Populists will vote the Re BICYCLE Are apt to overdo their strength The rivalries of the road the com panionship the exhilaration of the swift movement on the machine all tend to make a woman unconsciously overtax herself TIle results are often serious and may affect the whole future of wife hood motherhood woman who is conscious o feminine irregularities or disorders from stralu or any other cause should begin at once the use of Pr Pierces Favorite Prescription It promptly corrects nil female larlty the drains which are so debilitating and tones tile nervous system U makes weak women strong and sick women well I had ailing of Internal organs and bad everymontb monthly periods which would sometimes last ten or twelve days writes Mrs Alice L hot Inca of Coolspriiig St Unlontown Pa Had also Indigestion so bad that I could not eat anything Dr Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical me1Iof the Favorite Pre and one o the Golden Medical Discovery Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All corre privateAddress Pierce Buffalo NY publican ticket in Kentucky and it Is calculated that 6000 Democratic votes lormerly cast lor Bryan will jjo to the Republicans The only hope that the Democrats have to hold Kentucky is by fraud The Republican National Committee reports Kansas sure for McKinley by 25003 majority while West Virginia although as Hired for the Republican national ticket is admittedly close on the Leg islature Maryland has been taken out oi the doubtful column and put on the Re publican side Illinois is not to suf Set in the fight between Gov Tanner and Senator Cullorn as both factions have agreed to pull together and struggle for the senatorshlp after the leg islature is captured A reliable observer who has been traveling west of the Mississippi river reports that the nineteen states out there which gave McKinley thirty seven electoral votes will this year give the Republican ticket fifty nine This indicates a loss to Bryan of twen tytwo electoral votes and affords a margin that will overcome any possi ble defection in the nut where none is expected The general prosperity of the West administrationshforeign policy has caused this decided change of political sentiment The strongelor the party price of wool has doubled under the protection policy Colorado Utah Idaho and Montana being in the control of the silver min ing and smelting trust have kept free silver as the paramount Issue Boat for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowel are put fight CAS CARETS help nature cure you with out a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations Tint REPUBLICAN has a scholarship intheBryant Stratton Business Col lege one in Southern Normal At Bow ling Green and one In the West Ken tucky Seminary Beaver Damany one desiring to attend any of these iustU tntions would do well tapurcbaseour scholarships w TorevehfIt C U C rail to cure drurelsu refund uwner Tho Fall of Babylon Now children said the Sunday school teacher which of you ea- nlteU me why Babylon el1 There was a long silence says the Chicago TimsHerald The little ones bent over and looked at one an other and drew long bteathsbut none ol them said anything Come come the teacher eX- claimed at length I suprisudl Isnt there any little boy or girl In this class who can tell why Babylon fell Isnt there any one of you can think of any reason why Babylon should have fallen Then a boy with large brown freckles on the bridge ot his nose and this a thumb with a blackened nail put up hand Ah the sweet faced teacher said I thought some of you must know If you only stopped to think What was it Percy Mebby he stepped on a banana peel Percy suggested BY A GOOD MAJORITY a Yerkes Will be Elected Says Senator Lindsay THE MACHINE IS REPUDIATED Doclaros Ho Will Not Support Bryan and Bockham United States Senator William LindI say ban decided to vote the straight Republican ticket in the coming election He said in an interview that the Beckhamites were planning to steal the coming election and thatI he could not lend his support to such a partyUpon being asked to give an oplnI ion as to the political outlook Bud to say what were In his opinion tbeI merits ol the candidates of the two parties he said Tbeprospe ts are that Yerkes wilt be elected by a good majority and the chances arein favor for the elector al vote being cast for McKinley The danger is that the decision of the peo pie may be nullified through mania pulatlons oi our State electoral system It is now plain that the control ling managers ol the so called Demo cratic organization at no time intend ed that a lair election law should be enacted and that the General As + sembly was convened in extra ses sion with no such expectation on their part The methods resorted to last year may again be utilized for the defeat of the public will but the people are fully aroused and no effort will be spared to secure a free vote and an honest count The majority In favor of Yerkes cannot be overcome except by the most flagrant disregard of law and common decencyand it is to be hoped that election officers cannot lie found willing to assume the responsibility for the necessary frauds There is no question of party or Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I one a Idisappearare out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent It Is uncommon for a to be afflicted with weak kidneys If the child ates too If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the reaches an age when It should be to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and blather trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It Is by druggists In cent and dollar sizes You may have sample bottle by marl neys that not child born urin often child able upon sold fifty free also pamphlet ten non or sawpltoot- lag all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer b Co Binghamton NY be sure and mention this paper Edacato Tour Dowels With Casearet Candy Cathartic constipation forever scams It 00 o tail drugglstererund nmacy party politics in this years Issue in Kentucky The question with us is whether majorities or mlroritles are to govern Every voter oho believes in the Jeffersonian doctrine of abso lute acquiesence in the decisions of jorlty owes it to himself and to the State to vote for Yerkes to Insure the defeat of the representatives of the law defying organization now con trolling the executive department of our State government- Mr Bryan has and deserves no better standing in Kentucky than Mr Beckbam He not only gave his Influence and advpcacyMo the ticket fraudulently nominated by the Music Hall con vention but when It was defeated at the polls came to the capital of the State and encouraged the defeated candidates in their contest for the State offices nnd so far forgot the proprieties of his high position as to congratulate the contestants on the political complexion of the courts b which their contests were to be trio and decided I II the people of the country have come to regard the courts ol Kentucky as more or less governed by political condslderatlonsi in the administration of the law we are as much Indebted to Mr Bryan for that unfortunate fact as to any other man Kentucky ought to repudiate bot Beckham and Bryan and with a laIr and free election and an honest count will repudiate both It Is by no means pleasant to those who In State and national elec dons have never voted for any other than oldfashioned Democrats to actively participate in the work ol repudiation but there are times when fealty to party and especially to a mere party name Is disloyalty to free institutions and to Republican government We have one of those ex igencies on us now and I believe tha the real Democrats ot Kentucky wil show themselves equal on the occa sion Dont Tobacco Spit snd Ruols Tour rite awry To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mug netic tint of life uorro gad vigor tube NoTo Dae the wonderworker that makes weak men strong All druggists Mo or II Cure guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Culeairo or New york OASTOnXABean thelfa Kind Yon Hare Always Bought 8igwtarset 7uTho Only Ono IIt is rapidly developing that about only traveling man who is fo Bryan is Agulnaldo Wichita Kan Eagle LOOK A STITCH IN TintNaves pins Hughe Tonic hlmproytd Cut- Ialnntl taken In early Spring oDd Vail pn vents Chills Denica and Mnlnrinl Fevera Acton the liver tone np the ijiteni Defter than Quinine Ouarontwd try It At PrngglnUMc and 1 00 bottles sssct C Pointed Paragraphs When a little man wants to make an impression he puts on a silk hat Credulous people like musical in struements are frequently played uponAn old bachelor says that women talk so much they havent time to think NUCCEKHWOUTIl KNOWIMfl- 40j arssunMln the Houth prove Hugh Tonln alnOat rtraedjr for Chills and all Unlnrla tr11t ONE CASE OF MANY WhyIHe No Longer Be lieves In Bryan IA prominent clllzto whose name i known throughout and beyond Indiana asked a carpenter whom he knows how he was getting on Ill reply was that he had had all the em ployment he could ask for at good wages the past three years and he volunteered the remark that full em ployment was quite general and the times were much better now than they were before 1897 If this is the case asked the citizen wh are so many mechanics reported to be following Mr Bryan again Thereupon the carpenter replied I voted for Mr Bryan in 1896 I was led to believe that it was the best thing could do for myself and family De drearyIwife and children were In need and was forced to ask friends for tempor ary relief Since the summer of 1897 I have had lull employment and I comIIL not go to school hungry This clime after the election of McKinley I have come to think that it will stay if Mc Kinley is elected again At any rate I am going to vote for himnnd others like myself whom I know will do the sampjthing Wed be fools il we didnt 1This was an actual conversation Antiimperialism militarism an trusts will not move the class o I voters No tomfoolery about for Independt 1know two things For three years before the election oi McKinley the wolf had his nose in the door of their abode wife and children were in rag and were often hungry while the breadwinner walked the streets in vain for employment This was one thing they know the other thing is that with McKinley came full employment good wages and all that good wages mean to honoroble men who have families Thousands of such men are lor McKinley in 190 who were for Bryan in 1896 Those who think otherwise will find them selves mistaken before the middle JournalrThousands of the most stubborn as distressing cases of plies have bee cured by TABLERS BUCKEYE PIL OINTMENT It never falls to cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 eta For sale by J H Williams A new short story by Robert Barr entitled The Wlzud of Wall Street in Everybodys Magazine for Novem berhas never been exceeded in Ha quali ty of interest by anything from the pen of that popular write In its concep tlon of certain Wall Street types it is peculiarly true to life Kuang Hsu Emperor of China is the title ol an illustrated article which deals with the personal side of that almost unknow- personality and which clearly ex plains the underlying causes of lb Emperors learning towards Western civilization and of his evident desire to adopt measures of sweeping refer In his Umpire A story on tamp life entitled A Dead One Is re markably Impressive while the phll Underyhardships and dangers to which fish ermen oil The Banks are constant ly exposed are vividly described by SsRevenue Cutter Service In an article fittingly entitled Whed Death Rides thesGridiron Field Is a lively story ol seasonable interest and like all the other sixteen stories and articles lu this months issue it more than well repays the reader for hiss ten cent in vestment OASOZOoTnX Bo2gd1ydcf I In Memory oIAnnie Stevens aged twentyy1papa and sisters you have a golden that shall bind you closer to your eternal home You shell miss him when the flowers come playedYou fireside When the flowers have decayed You shall see his toys and his empty chair And the horse he used to ride And they all shall speak with a silent speech Of your little Joe that died We shall all go home to our Father bouse To our Fathers home la the skies Where the hope ot our souls shall know no btlg- htlOur love no broken ties We shall roam on the banks oi the River of Life And drink of its crystal tide- S And one of the joys of our Heaver shall be Your little Joe that died STELLA 9Bryan Is Impracticable Bryans attempt to break the Tore ol the argument which the figures o THE WHOLE SYSTEM I IMay Become Invaded by Catarrih General Lewis CaseI lflJU4 ylIon James 1Louisiana Peruna Drag MCg Co Columbus 01 Gentlemen I have u edPorun few a short time and can eb orfulljr recom mend It u being all you rpree at and wish every man who U suffering with catarrh could know of 1U great value Should I at any future time haTe oooa lion to rc omraend a treatment kind zest awarod that yours wUTbe tho ana James Lowia Wherever the catarrh IB there ispare to be a waste of mucus The moons la- u precious ai blood It le blood Infant Ills blood plAmablood with tha cot puscles removed To stop this wut you Must atop thle catarrh A court of treatment with Peruna never fans U do this Sand for freo catarrh book Addreu The Peru na Drug Manufaetmrlng Co Columbu O prosperity convey by alluding to them as presentations ofsordid factsstampa him as Impracticable To the Ameri i can electorate or any other no more rational appeal can be made than that based on a showing of good times which can be traced to good legisla tion Any one unable to grasp this fundamental idea does not deserve the su rages of a nation of workers who understand perfectly that the essena tlals ol life must first be provided before sentiment can be indulged In Port Townsend Wash Leader I Remember the 27f p NervouSWeak Men prwstureeUlaaEAOLb It you have an oltbe following symptom consult us before It II s too late Aro7ounertoaa and weak despondent and gloom spocka before the- eyawith dark clrcleunder them weak back kldbS InIUbe t lplJUoa of hi heart 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BaB WALNUT STREET OHIOm0 7w7Hartford Republican I FRIDAY OOlOBfiR 26 FON and LON ROGERS Editors ophto =ualnoaa ct1c f Ied rrlJdee by t hHartfordPab Cdlncorporate d I1lle1 at Hartford p3stolfiu as smndclass mal malt REPUBLICAN TICKET run pnrainEvr Wzn52Ctnl7DI you VICE rnriinFvrS- lxooAoto ZiocooTTolt OIKrw York roll UOFIINO- IIohnW rezkaMl llojlo Comity 1 flit fNGIIFSN sj te 07l- IutktluIIKI Penney MB BECKIIAM who now draws J6500 per year from W S Taylor bank account will recite in Hartford next Thursday Ip you want to make us happy give us Beckhara William Jen niugs Bryans Louisville speech TOE first and only man that ever stole tbe office of Governor in Ken tucky will read a speech in Hart ford next Thursday TOE Republicans and Independent voters who are going to vote for Yerkes will stamp in the ring under the cabinsecond column on t6 ballot IF you are in favor of honest government voto for Yerkea and Jolly If you would have government by usurpation and stealing vote for Beckham and Dave Smith TimE man that stole the office Governor from W S Tay1 will speak at Hartford next Thurs day We invite the honest citizens to come out and hear the explanation for the steal IK you want to have prosperity plenty of money and good times vote for McKinley Roosevelt Yerken and Jolly If you want business stagnation financial depression sou houses and idle men vote fur Uryau Stevenson Beckham and Dave Smith Oust Democratic friends hay e about concluded that it doesnt pay to attempt a blowout when Republic ana are in the field Tomorrow the day set for the big rally at Hartford and ae yet our friends the enemy have not announced Torn Petit t for tbat danor auy other renegade Whats the matter boys Tile minister that enters the Beck ham campaign turns his back on the commandments of the bible which say Thou shall not steal thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor It is bard to coceive of a minister of the gospel defending those men who have stolen offices and robbed the people Yet we bear of such occasionally HON JOSH D POWERS a lifelong Democrat is out in a card de nounciug Goebelism mod announcing his intention to speak for and sup IiweraDistrict under Cleveland and a very prominent citizen Verily the brains of the Democratic party are joining the Republican hosts VOTE for R M Jolly and forever bury that ranting braying ass from La Rue in the depths of political chaos Jolly is strictly against the Goebel law while Smith bad tbat i corporated in his platform Smith advised the contest of tho disap pointed and defeated Uoebeliles and rejoiced in the overthrow of the ballot box Darn Smith is a dangerous man because he looks at thins crooked To MOKUOW is to be the greatest day in the history of Ohio county R publicanism Five or six thousand people will hear the greatest sons of Kentucky It should be a day to be remembered by the liberty loving citizens of this county The me who come to warn the people of the dangers of this present crisis are men of character and reputatoin They dont come as the sponsors of fraud and theft but as guardians of civil liberty Those who ran this day will miss a rare treat TOE assumed editor continues to charge the Republicans and Independent Democrats with blockading legislation and prohibiting the repeal of the Goebel lawHiid yet the Deraoc lacy had a decided majority of the leg islative body Senator Triplet from aviess county declared on the fl roof r the Senate that there hail never been a day since the convening of thn legislature but that a fair law could J Lave been passed if the radical Dem ocrats had desired itand yet this pro t J 4 i tgffiffiffifitjM 4alllIMIMtllll4r4IIMlf1llll4llltlIMtml4tMtiy V fl Bryans Prophecies in 1896 jg If McKinley and the Republican party are successful ii jiSj and put into power for the next four years wages will bo t EdecreaselIian1 times will come upon us and over the land jjj 2 j The price of wheat will go down and the price of gold will ip- ra go up Mortgages on our homes will be foreclosed by the trK Hg money lenders Shops and factories will close Wo vilt g- SS export no goods anti we will import from foreign lands all SJ the goods we use Thuo will ruin want and misery bo p 3 with us I feS 7 mtn1l Ema 1VntplfimJifm Ii111 fessional falnfier the editor of thi Herald charges the delay and foolish pees of the last legislature to the bon est and honorable men of that body How a man claiming to be an American can lie and relie knowingly wilfully aud intentionally from week to week and escape the wrath of the godof truth is a question about which there can be no dispute IT is only through the federals Court that we can hope to stay the hired fiends of the ballot boxand oth ers not hired but just in the cause for what has been done for them There is a certain gentleman in this city in high standing with the Dem ocratic organization who contracted with a number of colored men to goon a fithing tour on the day of the election not many years since another of the same character at Me Henry who kept five men from the polls in the tame elctiou The negtr vote is not to be tampered with anymore and these young upstart polili sameeTheir deeds of the past are not beyond the jurisdiction of Federal Court neither is it ton late for them to be in vestigated Under the present cir cumstances these men are remaining quiet and the colored voter will be per mitted to vote bis sentiments like all honest citizens This is all that need flobe said at this timer That Platform Pledge The Democratic party or its leaders are in the same chute with the corn mon run of Goebelized editorspro fessional liars When the leaders ol the Democracy met at Lexington ii convention to set forth the principles and doctrines of the party among oth per things declared as follows UNTILSCCIfAlInND1IRNTCANDaRN ACTRDn1TIRGnNIiRALA5S4IinLYtrEDECLARE TY SIIALL HAVM REPRESENTATION UP ON BOTH TUB STATE AND ALL COUNTY BOARDS OP ELECTION COMMISSIONERS isWbat little of conscience remained with those Shysters smote them in such a manner that they were inroad to give vent to it Hero is a declarn ylion in the platform of Democracy was to have been carried into el feet by the extra session but those degenerate specimens of humanity failed to make good their pledge t the people They are of Poyntz Yonts Foolton mold they are chip e off the old block We are to hold tin election under the infamous Goebel law with those fiends of fraud Poynlz and Fulton to say who shall hold office and who shall not WIg I the peope endure the steal now planed If they do they should be slaves We are in a struggle An existence and every voter shoulder to it that his ballot is counted as cast at all hazards Assumed Editorit is up to Yoi The poor feebleminded editor of the Herald or its aWIIIIt1 editor lusts that the Herald copied its contest cases from the CouricrJounud cor rectly We do not question that gentlemen you may have dne s but you evidently admit that they are false We secured the briefs ol Plownmoo 4th District of Alabama lasers Hcavrin and Taylor used in the Anderson Liken cute t and gave to the public the the facts in the ca e and you never even attempts ed to offer rebuttal You know no more of those cases than a school boy You may have copied correctly but you copied a lie which you have not wereehonest and sincere and a fair gentle man you would not continuo your repetition of the CburierswnwZ lies but when one was assailed anti rid- n died with argument you wotdd have produced argument to have enbstau stiated your assertion Tim you have failed to do which your own readers know to be true Without any display of billingsgate we demand that you put up or shut up Fellow citizens you see this dare which this blatherskite passes unnoticed you know as all honest men kn w that if tho power to refute this arcnm nt be in the possession of the ofumed editor that he would accept the challenge The people of this country ate thor oughly disgusted with the HeriMs editor They know of his incapacity his inability and his dip eiiitn to malign the character of men even the college professor mid the minister They expect nothing from him but they had hayed that the aitumed edi tor would prove a man I To J C W Beckham Mr Beckham Is to be in Hattfnn next Thursday to a+siat his friends in forwarding his cause Now as he i- to be voted for for the high ofliice o f Governor it is important that he se t himself straight before the people ot this county for they are under the impression that ho advocates one thing aud does another Mr Beckham e I you will please answer these questions First If you are defeated at tb e polls on the Gth of November by th e people will you submit SecondWill you tell the people of this county the exact majority you received over John Marshall last year as recorded at the polls Third Please tell the people what court said that you were elected Lieu enant Governor or what court ap proved your course and cstablishei our right- sFourthIf there was an emerge cy existing which demanded and justified your calling the legislature ill extaordinary session and that emergency was the repeal or an amend meut to the Goebel law why did yoi J not have that law amended so as to- go into elect immediately that th is election might be held under it Fifth Please explain what yo u I have dono with that 100000 militia money whether or not you are pie paring the state guards with this nut cy to hold the office of Governor by force otIIrms The people of Ohio county demand that these questions be answered Mr Beckham it is up against you The Real Facts in the Casa Mr Watterson well said The peo pie of Kentucky may well stan I agast before the revolutionary electio- law which has like some dread monster emerged from its fastness II passion and error The legislature that enacted the Goebel law was fol lowed by one as vicious in morals low in depravity as weak in ability A more unscrupolous body of men never assembled iu a civilized stat Purporting to be men of honor and representatives of the people yet ignored every right of the citizen every right of the people as a whole That body was under oath and obligation to tbe people to try the con test for Governor and Lieutenant Governor without prejudice to try the case upon its merits and give judgment to the men honestly aud legally elected In no case did the y do this But far from the right was their conduct throughout Tho work was begun by fraudulently selectin g the committees to hear the contests By a prearranged scheme the nam of the Democratic members we placed iu one end of the box an the names of the Republican me bore were placed iu the other end T names were not mixed up in the box aud the drawing was done from tend his in which the Democratic nam were placed tea Democrats and onE Republican were seected to hear tin contest for Governor and nine Democrats nud two Republicans were selected to hear the contest for ant Governor Charged with fraud yet they refused to prove their inno cenco by opening the box and shoving that the committees led been lair ly drawn Such high banded pro ceedings marked their conduct throughout A court of Justice supposed to search for the truth and decide from the evidence submitted But this was no part of tho GoebelI plan In an election contest it ii necessary that the contestant prove tbat so many voters had voted ille gaily aa to change the result of th election In ordinary times and before honest courts each and every vote bat number must be proven illegal otherwise the result remains unchanged Not one niugle vote was proven to have been illegally cast for Taylor or Marshall yet the contest boards decided them not elected It iseuppused that the legislature acting asa court of appeals would consider the evidence given before the lowe r court and pass upon that evidence But the legislature that ousted Governor Taylor did nut do that It did not hi a one word of the evidence iu tbe case yet it decided that Taylor was no ecctcd That body citedas fact that Governor Taylor ndj urned the legislature contrary to law and con Btitutimi that he refuted to slow them to meet in the Court House in the of of Frankfurt and that ho hud vioated all decency iu quartering sodiero in LiIhe State bindings Then adjudged In view of these facts wo do nuts adjudge and dccaro that Corbel was elected mud Tayor was not Notwith standing that Mr Mnrslm1 tail nothing to dn with adjiuruiii ihtVg ealurc yet inr the name rratonf ilml Taylor was tjnclrd ho WAS ousted These art the facts iu the cal nod y the Democratic party is asking hon est men to endorse these deeds The Present Crisis We are now upon the eve of the must important election in the history of the State Iu ordinary times tier need be no anxiety about the result of he election when ihe vote has been polled When rea ulI rules supremi among men they need not tear at attack upon their liberties but may rest in the happy assurance that th will ol the people will be the law o the lands When political parties cheerfully submit to majority rule then none need be npprehentious ot frauds and afierfraudi But iu extraordinary tomes when reason finds uot her swat among oleo when political parties refuse to abide by majorty rule then the greatest anxiety and the graves apprehensions mUlL be entertained fir the purity oi the ballot and thi protection of the peoples rights Wt are cjnfronted by the most peculiar and most astonishing question the any people ever considered After the enjoyment of over a century o unbroken and unquestioned raajoritx rule the question like a ghost tha will not down appears and reappear before all true Kentuckians shal we be free This is the questioi that we must meet this the crisis thai we must face There was on election in the Com monwcalth last year However nol allot the legal voters by 25000 were privileged to vote But of the bum ber voting a majority registered their votes for the Republican ticket Thu minority was registered for the Dem ocratic ticket Tho Detuuciatio put controled the entire election macbin ery down to and including every pre cinct in the State Yet by a Ferie of events unpnrulled in the history ot- a civilized community the men elect ed were ejected from office without the citation ofa single vote illegally cast The removal of election officers before the election the frauds committed at the polls and in the count the bogus charges of Goebel the fraudul dent selection of the contort committees- n the mock trial before those commit tees the Legislatures find determine lieu of the coolest without iuveatigat ing the evidence in the cases ia now a part of history and known to be true 9eby every uublinded and unprejudicedr 1 man These crimes hero been en dorsed by the new Democracy ot ofeits self styled illicitrunu history Thy e party is now before the people parading its purity anti innocence and at tempting to obscure its record ot theft forgery and fraud by charging the Re publicans with assassination The party endorses theft and uaiir nation and now asks the people to en darts the same by voting for a caudi date who is the recipient of that great steal The peiple of Kentucky cannot af ford to endorse the record of tbe Delis ocratic party To do so is to make a thief honorable nod to put a premium- S upon grand larcency It means to recast away self government and sub altoil to the perpetual rule ofa triumvi meanrog Ieto say to the rising ambitious study youth of our countrylito rise honor ably shall never bo thy lot The time ceto be honest is past The time for men to rise by popular consent is past The only road to political eminence in the State is through chicanery that and fraud In tho days of thy youth thine line lest thy future be a blank be of Kentucky shall we hold dear anti guard with a zealous caro the fair name of our State the fame of our ItClas our Marshalls our Crittendfins our Harlans May it be so Or shall nswo follow oft after such degenerate political highwaymen as Blackburn e Cautrill Watterson Beckhara Bud men of that type God forbid COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE wleeson n Owensboro returned to their home at t4tbI pod wile who NERVITA PILLS- I Restore Vitality Lost Vigor and Manhood Care ImpolencJNlgbt EmlOllon Loll of Diem ellecU ot eltabule disease oc and Indiscretion Ol 10rTnerve i0nmd PILLS pink slow to pale I and restore the Ofof youth mall CTSbox hazes for I S2BO with our bankable iraurantee to core or refund the aid Send for circular and copy of oar bankable guarantee bond STRNOT11teirxLL WLAaaL ReaaU Positively guaranteed tare for Lou of Power Undereloped or Shrunken Organs Taretli Locomotor Ataxta Nerroni rostra thenLIquor Dy malt la plain lacklleIIII00 a parrmoney i NERVITA MEDICAL CO Jackson Ota CHICAGO ILL V v Tt = o I e 5 Did You Ever Know r any pne who smoked the same kind = of Five Cent cigar any length of time Five Cent cigar smokers are I always dissatisfied s trying a somethingnewor something differ rent as there always seems to be some A thing wrong about the cigars they have been smoking Ask your dealer for OldVirginia Cheroots They are always gooda = Three hundred million smoked this year Price 3 for 5 cents lDII 1 r ROZ 1 lave been visiting relatives at this olace returned to their home at Vhltesville the iStb Mr A C Stevens and wife spent be 13th and lath at Sruallhouse the uest of their grandmother Mrs Annie Ross and aunts Mrs Dolllc Stevens of Beaver Dam Rho has been visiting her father re urned to her home accompanied by ner sister Hettie Coleman Miss Maggie Benton of Beaver Dam was the guest of Miss Wllie Stevens last week Several from this place attended the lutial of Mr James Richmond at Heaver Dam last Wednesday Mr A C Stevens and family were he guests of his mother Mr Harriet Stevens Sunday Miss Tina Wilson spent last week it Cromwell The birthday supper given in honor if Miss Lillie Stevens sixteenth birth lay was enjoyed by all tier friends ind schoolmates each furnished fruits andes nuts etc added to the re freshments furnished by hostessS Remember tomor row the 27th STATIC TLalxhIarAeFKIXK Jluninv uiukw imtli Shut bvUmilo doiugiulurroaM and that Hhl nIt will 108 r the uin or- IIXI IirNDIlKl IKIUAIIS fur Hifb nul rrrrj- nwe uf IATiuaH that ntAHnt Ire raped hjr 11M use Of llALLH IATARBII IUIK maxi J rIIBBY Sworn to 1elott in DIttbolln BIJT IMV nlhl11 day uf IhfMllbrr A II I KM tlIILRINnSIilallr ratnrrhrai U tnlrolIDIrBIIRIHIIkIo illmtly on lheblood and memos unrfmvB of ltn Fjmteui Send for ttfttliuonlalit for I J lirNKV A CO Tolflo O Sold by Urnntliit it Italy Family Illlo ore the last COAL At the Mrs Elijah Miller Bankopposite Dr Millers Bank We aim 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 Haitford prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNO A EDGAR MILLER Dizziness loss of appetite flatulency and nausea ore all cnunectc with dys pepsia or Indigestion HBRBINR will give prompt relief Price 50 cts For sale by J H Williams Come to the big Rally tomorrow the 7th r Our Groatost Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha ray has co successfully treated chronic Hseases that be is acknowledged to lay to stand at the head ol bin pro ftsslon in this line His exclusive method ol treatment for Vcricoceli ind Stilctute without the aid of knife ir cautery cures In 90 per cent ol all eases In the treatment ol Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid nay and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catnrib and Diseases pseudo to wo nen he is especially successful Dr Flathaways practice is more than specialistijliyticuns readily yield to his treat aboutuyour case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf FOR SnLtie1 farm of 160 acres good buildings well watered Lying on Rough River near Ross ripple For terms call on Larkin Williams Centeitown Ky For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in ani mnls as a dressing BALLARDS SN0IVLiNIS1LNflaexcellentwhiletor ly if slow to heal or suppurating Its healing qualities ore unequaled Price 25 cts and 50 cts For sale by J 11 Williams BEAVER DAM KY O t 24 As I have seen nothing In your piper from this place for some time I thought I would give you a lew itemsMrs Bettie Taylor who has been very low of a complication of diseases lor some timein no better at this writs ipg Mr Nicolas Brraw Taylor Mines was In town Tuesday Mr Doc Sandetfurdled his hone one mile from town last Friday Judge Yost Gietnvllle passed through town Tuesday RevD F Jenlinf filled his ap pointment at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night Mr Wm Arnold and family Caney ville who hive hen vhititnj Mr J M Potters funily have returned homeMiss I Ire JtlVir left Ir hr home in Uivies county Mon tay- tr R T Taylvln un tliesic list Quite a crowd are going to attend the Bradley sod You spelking at- Hartford SitutiUy Three cheers bur Henry Leach flr- I School Superintendent and Fon R RS ers for County Judge XXX Nature can only Iced tbe fl tmss 01I lift with the food eaten which is digested HKRBtNE will reInvIgorate- a weak stomach and so improve di gestion as to insure the natural bloom i ol health Price 50 cts For sale by IJ H Williams Attentlonl We have just opened up our new stable and ate now ready for you Give us a callIDOUSON KINO the Liverymen I Movement Hurts IEver I When you have rheumatism Mns des feel stiff and tore and joints are I paInful It does not pay to tuflsr i long from this disease whets it maybe cured so promptly and perfectly by I floats Sarsaparilln This medicine goes right to the spot neutralizes the acidity of the blood which cause rheumatism suit puts on end to the pain and stillness Billiountjwig Is cured by Hoodf pills 25c Republican Speaking Hon C M Barnott Bdz town i p m Nov 3 Cromwell 7 p nt Nov 3 Hon M L Hoavrln Schroeter School Housc7 p mOct 31 Beaver Dam 7 p mNov 3 Judgo R RWoddlngB- aizelown 7 p mOct 26 Cromwell i p in Oct 27 McHenry 7 p in Oct 29 Rockport 7 p m Oct 31 Cenlcrtown 7 p m Oct 31 Point Pleasant 7 p in Nov i Beaver Dam 7 p nn Nov 3 Taylor Mines 7 p mNov 5 Hon E P Noal Balz town i p m Oct 29 Bald Knob 7 p mOct 29 Fouls ville i p mOct 30 Sunndy Dale 7 p m Oct 31 Render 7 p in Nov 1 Taylor Mines 7 p m Nov 2 Rockport 7 p m Nov 3 TIMlsLlf rlltheriE ia doctor The mother Alone with her suffer ing child Willthedoctor come iWhen there is croup in r the house you cant get the doc tor quick enough itS too dangerous to wait Dont make such a mis take again it may cost- a flife Always keep on hand It dollar bottle o- fAYQTS EctorauItonce Then when any one in the family comes down with a hard cold or cough a few doses of the Pectoral will cut short the attack at once A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold the SOc size is better for a cold that has been hangingon Keep lbe 4oIUr tin M heal neargsince which time Ibay kept Aycta medicines In tbe muse lid recom+ mend them to all friends C J lUT Jan U 1899 BrUtolVt to anyfompbintdoctorfreelyDr J C Ana Lowll Uaii e tlltl ll4 l tl l4lllHlQ 114petr tiftjfliMK t 9oNEvTOBEP t That you will not be able to find gt goods of the quality at prices so iii B reasonable in Hartford or Ohio Ii county as you find at IleT Col j Inns Everyone who has spent II money with us will tell you that 1m Note these prices If 1 CLOAKS ij The largest stock ol Lidiea Jacket Piuih Capes and Capes Misses and Childrens Coats and Jackets that mCilith brought to Hartford can bo seen in our Tho variety is extensive and we can r the way utwet cuts tbat arc most stylish which sbowe the ladies tu examine payrfor we have the Cloaks and G competition cannot toucb rs i We are uttering Kersey Jackets lined throughout in Castor Tan and Black worth 1000 for fOCO Kersey Jackets lined throughout in Black and Castorrt a regular 800 Cloak foronly J500 BOOTS AND SHOES The best footwear that moucy can buy is found on our shelves anti we arc selling Shoes fur lest money than com petiton ask for them Everyone who is acquainted with our way ofelling will lubstauliate that wo carry the belt Shoes in Hartford Ladies Shoes good water 1just the kind for country wear looks neat and wears extr- awellin laccJ2 00 ought to bo the pricewe want only m 11i5 busses and Boy Good School Shoes which give satisfaction in Heel and Spring Heel Lace and Button g t3sized 11J to 2s for 125 ttt gt8I10K3r 1 300 for 260 Ladies do not fail to ask for this trt fcaCbhocThe greatest wearing Shoes fur boy sizen to ja fii tl made out of strong upper and bottom for only 5160 f Gents Dress Shoes good wearing good looking Shoes t tin gjHeavy JIIJ day wear in lar o variety and ul lowest price J2 3 JQKveryg1or another pair free Respectfully i itT COLLINSi= Hartford Ky g- raffiffiKr fffir i5fi5ifi5ffifill 5ifiim Ir rt 1pyFi mlffitt i1ffi 1i1 JiI1 I r arain1rr j When indulged in by us is always bated on abso i luto facts and our statements as to values can in jt bo verified by investigation on the part of j I aj Ethepurchaser hence wo invito yon to investigate t 1 the 1 we introduce this week 9 rDr jWoton Dress Goods but will say that we have most S e you would want in Coverts Ducks FlanJ c itnels Plaids and Blacks in both plain and figuredt r prices ranging from lOc to 82 per yard Can 7 I surely please you 2 Shoes and Boots f 3 m We were never better fixed in the Shoo line In 7 iladira fine cheap Shoes we have tbe Witberspoonlbrand at 8125 81 50 and 8165 A new 1oin Childrens Shoes and footwear for men and boys Q oIi Capes and jo We have Wraps in Jaoketsil children Capes at 500 ate 8125 to 81000 e 8G50 0oaka for the babies at 81 00 ft + CorsetsandUillineryf j We sell a good Corset at 25c The Century Cor p set at 40c It G Corset No 115 the Q qualityfity at 75c R G No 101 the 100 G 6 at tlOc The F G make at fiOo to 100 in short Millineryo k e t Goods X Our o i0 116oi Pants Threepiece goods b2 Oo tu slO MunVi p Suits 200 to 1500 Sleiss OcrMalH tlitiitin 1 o thing 8200 to 81550 Bis Ouvca 200 to g i 9 85 00 Mews and l +re Tints and yaps Mimi rand Boys Shirts tbe nuweiii thing to he fiimid Y- re Our Furniture gI Stock is always completi at jiricti ubicb tidy o i competition Be sure to go to time right store J J CARSON OxI II0 t t 14 IT I 1 L I r fd P t I WATCH THE TRAOfWINij And you will see them blowiug Into our eitablisUruent Wo are now having tho largest vohino of Imalne that it r has over becu our pleasure to enjy We 1JOA6T of ImviuR the LARGEST anil BIMselected stock in Ohio county Fifteen years of buying for one people should acquaint us thoroughly with their needs Our Clothing Stock Ie one of the moet complete in Ohio county Junior Vcstce Suits 3 to 8 years from 8100 to 83 50 Days Suits knee pants G to 16 years from GOe to 8500 Youths Suits three piece goods long pants 11 to 19 years 250 to 810 per Suit Mens allwool Suits 8JOO Mens good Satiuetto Suits iJ50 to 8500 Mens Black and Funcy Worded Suits from 8500 to 12 50 Mens Heavy Brown Mellon Cloth Suits dnublcdbrcotled vest 81000 to 812 50 Child Overcoats 125 to e500r J Youths Beaver Ovcrcuata allwool a bargain 8350 + Meua good quality Ulster Overcoats 500 Mens good Black and Brown Beaver Goafs from 4 to 350 IYoungMews floe Dress Overcoats medium light weight from 750 to 1250 l Our Shoe Stock iJanother BIO FEATURE Children Shoes sizes 3 to years 25c to 125 Childrens school Shoes 13s to 2a good solid wear lace or button 100 pair Ladies good heavy winter Shoes tl Ladice Fine Button Shoes 100 pair Mens heavy conrso Shoes 1 Mens best T grain Shoes 1 25 Mens Fine Shoes 1 to 350 quality mens Bjots II 25 pair High grade mens I I 225 Complete line Portsmouth Shoes for childrenOoodi Pricsmeycr Shoes for ladies None wear liko them I We SayQ and Mark it Well i I Wo will guarantee to sell you a general bill of Fall Sup plies at a less average coat than you caubuy it for else e where Wo ore in a position to do it Our assortments tIuantitie and prices warrant this statement Come to see ut Inloro purchasing and you will see just what t nllalli tbisiThe P ace ISu tHartfo d Republican r FRIDAYOCTOBER2- 6Illlnols Contral RallroadTlmo Table Nutime rard litlujt 111 Hominy Jan3Uk s IDadUuua 1ltnnndm No lot ilo sop iu iIlot do ISm p m No 122dseapIn No 131 doO Ii iu Irfirnl trrluM No i5 lilieJKnin Xii IH doe StO P n 8 II VAKMKTM Amute I lial1i We are ready for you DODSON ft KINO Liverymen Silk Velvet in all colors at Carson Co J Mr Lon Rogers was in Owensboro the first pf the week uMr D B Reid is building a cistern for Judge J P Miller You should see the ladles and chI jackets at Carson Co 1Mrs O R Tinsley ol the Washing ton neighborhood is very sick Messrs A C Taylor and B D Ringo were in Owensboro Saturday J Overcoats for the tat man the lean man and any kind of a man at Carson j Gos For an thing in the Livery line call on Dodson King they have jnst stabletSome unknown patties made two unsuccessful attempts to burglarize the residence ol Mr W C Bennett of Beds last week I R G Corsets No 101 the roo- j quality at 90 cts the No us the 85 ct quality at 75 cts Century corsets at 46 ch at Carson feCdo Mr Edgar Leech ol near Beda en tered school at this place Monday I tMr Leach Is one of the rising young I men of the county and will be heard r from later Sheriffs T Stevens went to Louis vIle Monday to purchase ballot boxes P for the election This new purchase t J was directly dueto an amendment to the Goebel law which provides for the prell rvalon ol the ballot The Beda Civil Liberty League will meet next Tuesday night at which time every member la requested to be l present as there are some important Iwork to be done 1Schuo terthe wellknown 1hotogr pber is now at the Hartford wharf with his Floating Studio We ore l making Buttons at 25C each or two for 4oc Kodak Photos at soc per I dtzjn They are twice the htze ol Daisy Photos Come and see us- SCURCRTBR i e e WHUt All tl ull- latlm0 lron T flood CM Bold br dniralnti CONSUMPTION Ltdies Capes at So cts at Carson Cos Good Blankets So cts at Carson Cos Mr John T Moore is In Winchester this week Mrs Viana Kuox Ozuk Mo is visiting her niece Mra J A Park White and Oak curtain polls with wood fixtures at to cts at Carson Cos Miss Willie HccVer is recovering from her illness and will soon be out again Mr E A Ceilings of Glennvllle was the guest oi relatives in Hartford last Saturday and Sunday To morrow is the 27th the great day for the civil liberty forces Every body will be here The procession will not stop in Hartford but march directly to the Fair Grounds where the speaking will begin Immediately Mr A D Buskill has been employed as book keeper for a firm In La Compte La Arthur Buskill is a highly respected young man pleas ant congenlel and genteel He is a favorite among his associates who wish him a pleasant and profitable home in the sunny South Miss Minnie Schaprnire daughter of Mr C F Schapmlre died Monday ol typhoid fever Her remains were iutcrrcd in Oakwood cemetery Tuesday afternoon after funeral services by Rev E M Crowe The family have the sympathy of the entice com munity in the hour of their bereaye meat scoffs Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment life to thousands men women and i childrenWhen I appetite fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden I When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health I When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright It is the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food diIgestLiver Oil is thefqod that makes you forget your stomach j fortreeour Or e409 youIEOc and SlOOi nil drucslst Hon R C Jarnagln will address the colored voters of Hartford to night at the colored school haute Mr Dock Samlcrfnr ditch at h home near Beavcr Dam last week pneumonia lie had been suffcin g front a tnctuted shoulder since spring and the nttact of lung fcv was more than he was physically able to stand since he was quite old and very feeble lie was a very re spectable citizen and a good man His remains were interred in the Mt Zion church grave yard The large stock barn of the Central Iron and Coal Company at Render burned Monday A lot of bank mules and three horses perished in the flames besides a lot of teed stuff Th origin of the fire Is unknown Then- was no watchman on duty but it is believed that it was the work of an Incendiary It was a total loss to the company as there was no insuance on the property Mrs Louisa D Tweddell received news Wednesday that the Court o Appeals had affirmed the decision o the lower court in the case of herself vs the National Life Insurance Co Mrs Tweddells husband Insured hl life In 1897 and was given two options on the premium one to pay cash the other by note with six months time The latter was taken The fact thatI Mr Tweddells death occurred before the note was paid was made the chic- ground of the companys opposition The court held that the company wasI bound for the principal Interest andI to per cent damage Remember the big Rally tomorrow th 27th Proclnct Election Officers Beda JNHudson and Den Cham berlin judges Frank Lowe clerk Ed Bennett sheri- Gdtnaville0 T Burdett and Allison Haynes judges S L Phillipsj sheriff and S F Whitley SeltelD Stewart and Luther Rogers judges Birch Shields clerk and John D Olliver sheriff Cool Springs Geo W Shultz an- A B Stanley judges J W Brow sheriff and W B Taylor clerk Megan J L Patton and Geo A Wcller judges Seth Nelson clerk aDiId Jno C Hohlmer sheriff Point PleasantW P Render andt Jas Tichenor judges W F Condlct clerk and 01 Coffman sheriffsCcntertown Alvln Rowe and Job M Bishop judges A P Williams sheriff and C L Woodward clerk South RockportL Reid and EW Hancock judges Jas Williams shtti and John Miles clerkfNorth D J Wilcox judges DF Gibbs cler and Saw Robertson sheriff Smallhouse J C Bennett and E Ferguson judges Clint Igleharttl clerk and S T hunter sheriO NarrowsEugene Kirby and B Prl 11JobuEast Fordsvllle Jo Morrison and- S C Roberts judges Jno lisle clerk and I Harder sheriff sWestJ D Westerfield judges J R Walkd er clerk and J H Roberts IIherl Sulphur Springs Tice Baker and tlclerka Horse Branch P HAUord and W P Miller judges Lee Mason clerk and W H Lyons sbcrifl CromwellChas Brown and Wayne Paxton judges Elvis Stevens clerk und Jo W Wilson sheriff 11Flmorea and John Davis Sheriff Rosine Beck Monroe and C E Raley judges G B Thompson clerk F L Sandetiur sheriffsBuford Seth Riley and J T MorI gan judges J D Holbrook C Baird sberilit jIIclerk John Wilson sheriff West Beaver DamR II Barnes and Goo Hocker judges Joe B Rogers I clerk Ozna Shultz sheriff East Beaver DamFelix Monroe and John Blankenship judges K V Williams clerk Elmer Barnard sheilaShreveTaylor Mnrphy and tale DeWecse judge C D Walker clerk Grant Pollard sheriff blaton T W Daniel and Joe Mltchel judges A D Park clerk Gus St Clair sheriff CeralvoR E Eudoly and E W Smith judges W E Morton clerk John A Wood sheriff East Hartford W H Moore and Wm Brown judges G B Williams clerk Alex Westerfield sheriff West Hartford J E Bean and Geo W Snell judges W G Hardwick clerk S T Barnett sherif- fIftflnA C Rowan and II C Shaver judges E V Charlett sheriff T D Owen clerk c RallyIWood will speak at Fordsville next Fri day Flag raising and a general treat is the program for the day HfadfF1rheJ lahoftroubles may follow Fur a prompt cure of lltadaelio mach all liver trouble take Pillsetrouo full regular action of the bowels they do not grips or pain do not Irritate or Inflame the Internal organs but have a positive tonic effect 250 at all druggists or blmati of C L Hood Mass Z O KINGS CASE- s As Presented In The eHartford Herald Whom the gods seek to destroy they first make mad This old aph orism most assuredly fits the care ol our friend Z O King The gentleman from the Valley of Pewee goes off at a tangent In a very unbecoming and lIartfcause for his doing so was the account ot his attempted effort to defend publishIRBPUBLICAN Mr King makes him tIC rediculous in his superfluous use the word lies at long range menrabsence of distance moderates and tones the expression with polish and gentilityWe no exceptions at this boy- Ish episode of our friend for he is a reckless employe of the Goebellzed speecheTUB RurunucAN to misrepresent Mr King and the members of the Preston Morton Post at this place declare that his case was fairley given to the pub lie in the columns of Tn n REPUBLIC + AN In reference to the letter we published from Senator Deboe to Mr King Mr King says The jove was written in reply to a request rom the Preston Morton Post that a special act be passed granting me a pension The members oi the Post inform us that this letter was in Mrdwhichnthe letter itself verifies We are also informed that our friend King has examined five or six times by boards and they all declare he is as sound as a dollar yet he is lotions because he cant get a pen for disability growing out of armynMr Gunther heard the labored effort of Mr King at the recital lIe heard him say that Senator Deboe heGand that he was the public man that had ever refused Guntherkknew that the statement was absolutely false and he presented the let of Deboe to King to TUB Rnrun for publication to cor the charge of the gentleman against Senator Deboe as a pub servant Mr King in his article to the Herald admits that he did receive a letter from Senator Deboe but in his- peech at the Court House he vowed he had never received it If this prove that Mr King lied or wilfully and intentionally tiiisrepte seuted the case it establishes the tact he is utterly irresponsible for his We are not personally acquainted with the gentleman innquestion and if his letter to the Her aid is a sample of his intelligence and manhood we will not have lost anything if we remain strangers lIe has relatives in Hartford who are respectable citizens and who greatly pained by the foolish ex hlbltlon he made ot himself in his speech The gentleman says That the statement that he was struggling to a raise on his pension is a cruel and brutal lie We were advised he had succeeded in getting a and Senator Deboes Ian a to Mr King implies that he is Given Up I F sparedtoA A Stowe 237 N 4th St San I had valvular heart trouble so severe that I was pro nounced gone two different times The valves of my heart failed to work properly and circulation was so the slightest exertion produced fainting There is no hope physician so l decided to try Dr Mlles Heart Cure and the result I consider miraculous I am satisfied it saved my life DR MILES Heart Cure guaranteefirstBook on heart and nerves sent free Dr Milts Medical Company Elkhart Ind r i Is Wide Open to You From Six in the MorningTell Ten at Night We are a little late in our Fall Announcement and for the past sixty days you havent heard from us through the press Not because we didnt have lots to tell you aud that we wouldnt do you good but we havent had time to tell it Our big store has been employedthethe per tent of profit we make but the value of business done that shall govern our profit fierce we mark our goods at such prices that the merchant who works half time talks politics sits outside and airs himself is not in it He may by slick methods squaredealingandintendshave we built up our big business and do we expect to double its present capacity Dress Goods Our business iu this Hoe has simply been phenomenal much of which we attribute to the head oi the department Miss Fannie flames who needs no in troduction to you Her taste her good judgment her ever ready and conscientious advice has proven tooI valuable to our patrons for them not to know her She asks us to say to her many patrons and the public that at no time has she labored so diligent ly to know the styles and fashions and never has she bad at her command such a prolusion of the novelties in fashionable dress and ladies furnish ngs such as Golf goods lor skirts all wool Diagonal g +ds In all colors all wool Cheviot Serges all wool Granite cloth and Surah Serges in black Beautiful Plaids for children from 150 to 100 per yard Silks for all pur poses In all colors and grades AndI never at any time has her line ol trimmings been hall so complete Everything that the present style oi fashion demands and at prices within the reach oi all To be allowed to show lor he says It ot be to pass a bill you a Post is not a but au ot the of 61 In the Deboe letter to Tim Ru Mr acted as a and not otherwise It was done not to Mr that be done Deboe We have for which we wish to since we have a true of the case is from the of its action of clearing the in a few hours Price 25 cts For by J H Mr J T to Miss Lillie M Cool Mr Jdhn to Miss Ellen Ellis to Miss Clem mle Mr G to Miss E to Miss i in the shows Itself or later in sores But cures most cases of tis to KY Oct I have not seen any- thIng from place for some time I will give you a few is very H C is a fine with a lion W H of Butler coun ty a at you through this department will give her great pleasure Millinery This is one of the of this big You department not to get only out of what you buy but to get something up to date and suited to your individual person over by Miss Viola a lady of rare natural taste and who has ions of she stands fitted to advise what you in style and and the of it is she in this Green River Conn uptol1ateover by some novice or oneseason milliner who knows little ol the tyles and ol the of trade cant afford to fail to visit department this fall We can suit you no matter your taste your purse or your age Ladies manufacturers fashionable brought nishingsY- ou materially durability important meritorious compared addition to the above have complete lines almost rle merchan dise used Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges Dry Goods Saddlery Queensware Fertilizer and established merit which sold the same farmers for twenty years Instead lines being exhausted right Ten years from now the man who selling the farmer cheap rock cant say that Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons the best and lightest running the money the market today Crown Excelsior Sewing Machines everything else that eat The time for winter supplies You have labored through the long and hot summer You deserved all earned Your dear economical needs a dress your obedient who has by you through the ruin and the heat for which this year will ever be famous suit your beau tiful helpful daughter needs hat and wrap and need varrn underwear Load them up come spend the most of this whole long year by buying these things and thus saving yourself cent on cost Money saved money earnedand much easier done every accepted cash its market value L P BARNES whereRough BRO SUccessors to 23ool Co JBeaver =vpensioner allowing greater pension organization organization giving PUBLICAN Gunther private citizen injure King justice might Senator nothing apologize only given statement WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE highly valuable preparation capable promptitude system of Williams Marriages Samuel Bozitth Knight DavenportMr Samuels Coghill Effie YorkMr Wilson Tanner Scrofula blood swellings eruptions Hoods Sarsaparllla completely it- Remember the 27 stubborn Bronchi succumb HORG 50ItsIhBAIZETOWN 22As Health ItemsICrowder having attendance Embry made Republican speech prides establishment patronize service strictly stylish Presided Pirtle ability nothingbutdepartment thoroughly shape every minutia beauty Carrylogmillinery nothing demands tried wife kind BALLARDS place on the of the lIe made as fine a speech as any audience ever listened to He had a good au dience The Republicans are not dead in old Baizjtown are going hand in hand and on the sixth day of November what they do for the Goe bellteswill be a plenty Catarrh The cause In the blood In what causes Inflammation of the mucous membrane It Is therefore Impossible to cure the disease by local applications- ItI Is positively dangerous to neglect It because It always affects the stom ach and the general health and Is likely to develop Into consump tion IIanr have been radically and permanently floods Sariaparllla It cleanses the and hat peculiar alterative anti tonic effect It Lone California Junction Iowa mrIroc over Bariaparllla and now hare good appetite sleep well and have no symptom of catarrh I Hoods SarsopssrSISa Promises to cure and keeps the prom Ise It Is better not to put off trea- tmontbuy Hoods today ATTENTION- Rememberthatyour horses will have the best attention at stable Good Riggs and Buggies at hours 1 have the best wheat grower in the world the Guana Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnestly Respy John Keown HARTFORD Take the REPUBLICAN Wraps In anticipation of a repetition of the trade we have hart on ft years we placed our order early wit the for the largest lie of Capes and Furs ever to this section For years we have been headquarters this country on Ladies Wraps Dea ing direct with the manufacturers we show each year the latest things o the market and buying in large quan titles we are enabled to offer pricethanfer ont of date goods made up in a jobbingtrade buyInK from the finest Automobile to the cheapest Jacket We can the most stylish and the plainest the rich and the poor the young and the old Hats and Gents Fur cant look stylish without a stylish Your hat your tie sour collar your shirt your cuffs gloves each and all noireecompetitionIf durability bnyPrlesmeyer their and you can wear and you and day their at possible political night they deranges a a WEST KE SEMINARY TEACHERS SCHOOL Beaver Ky ForLadles demonThorough Literature and Excellent home influences invironments successful Next session opens 28 1900 G Pres HAM BARNES LUOIZ CZNTAL LL NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN EVANSVIUE A- NDCHICAGO A new through been established fur the distance over the between Evansvill and Chicago the being via Mattoon Champaign road from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of P D E Ry The services is as NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun LvEvansvlte 730 pm 73onm Ar Chicago 7ooam SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Lv Chicago Sutopm Sijoam ArEvansville 8o5am Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair on trains Tickets of you local ticket agent Slow Are Your t DUobto Pili cue a 140J IIIJ 8010 tile tree Add tWCWCao or h Y affect your appearance A nice well fitting is out oi place without Shoes shoes to same customers Then young men tell us that for style it has no equal The old tell us it is solid and lasting comfort Buell keeps right up with all the shapes and styles but the part is real value and you get for money Young la who dress their feet the delicate style that they do their head and at the same time get value re or glove fitting or shoe is on the market today Besides these famous brands we offer you shoes of every shape quality from the heaviest Brogan to the dell cate Kid upon which we can and will save money when with what same quality else In we of of of are is for on or use son a all to see us for is as will The heroes but said every worm sale Jones Luther Emma sooner The this Prof school good this this this puits this You this soth will exists blood my all G big this line these suit outfit your I cources In Music Art Bueine Refined Eight years of work has been W J car line has entire Illinois Central line and the the follows loopm Sun 550 pm ars day Kidney tllCrUDllilteID suit the and the your dies in same and most you the costs you Km Telephone ixconroruTCD CompanyI Talk being cheap andnecessary Olt should patronize home folks whore you dan buy your own phones and build your own lines a in talking distance with tho whole count and business points by only paying RougHivorthey will bo atthe whole expense if you say Call on A E Pate Hartford r Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies hose Faun irllh Book 1 n oaUMtoadYI WWllllYO ft7r U Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I I I rWcBclsUcPrcpcrationforAg i theF I toglteStamadsaMBowcboT I Promotes DigcslionChccrful ncf9 OplUmMorpWnc nor fincr1l1 NOT NARCOTIC nfounrswrcIrcmn Imolm taj 1 rrlIfo Irt- jf 1Lmli to il Arcnaliiiitic for lion Sour Stor icliDiuhoea tOtlttS covutnrrsIti- zLOS OF tLLLP 1Siottc ef i I C tfZJfSII TV YOIJK Ii IAcrcoPYorwnAPPcn J IU 1f1f I SAVE YOUR For nnd L t Star Un tags showing small stars printed under eldo of M tag Horso Shoo J TH Good Luck Cross Bow nnd yy T II Leaf Tin Tags aro of equal valuo In eccur Jf like to have and can have JH Jt P IJfyrAOI a Child Bet Knife Fork idSpoon a9 6tlt and Ieppcr Set one each quad rupl plat on whlM metal 80 f S French Bilar Wood Itp a7 nor hollow eround One Encllih 50 iqjjiTeo 50 10 70 II uIteKeen Kutter two4aet 3 Untcher Knlie Keen Jlotter 8ln 5Wy 15 tM I3IIAsIOCiatOC5StqU11it7lf0 f HI Alarm IT Uenulfle best IS goods550WtcbJ1f 15 Vsryrrgood t0 Bia UOflutsS Rogera isbie tipoo- Dlit test lAsted oodi O21 til f j riiiii ki i FREE C IcDJ 0 c u i CASTRA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatlu of n- Usabo ur por uver YearsI CAST R A TMC uuCOUP NV HCW VOMK CITY f J STAR r on Drummond Natural ITEEZ If B s Wrorkib55 Clock Calendar Thermometer U ollaromerNIlOO M55 ItSYOlTer automatic dunbiS sZUuo- or 55 caIibeT 50 Tool butreal jtiMW3 Toilet JeoJl a purcelaln rM IlemlDgtonRJileSoinorSlc llber ol v N VstCbsterUngsUIeT ion L Soft Case ur iiandiomo I fn33 R1fleCoIt15ihot51cibcrCl3 luttar Wubbnrn roewood M M MD401lerrbDdelOmW 1X9 I 3 Itnh10gton 4onbfebzTeI namm- er8bOGIln100rIlJtlllreOOOas standard make o- rLeOti551O55 StiO Unu RemIngton ollb wrel LsnnerIel 300 uI5i6IDII1J1ICQOOif iIN 1110 that B dime worth or ltfrrDEU PLUC TOBACCO IU last longer and offord woro plesuro ban it dime worth otany Wolborbrood W rM JaEI TEST1 T J Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St LOllla Mo1tf If I Wp2Msj r WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEt lloil la Quantity DUo Quality 20 Years Has Ltd all Worm Remedies If BOa X 33V Aaa XLUGGXBBb7 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis I r TIME AND I SPACE annihilated the ocean cables and telegraph systems now belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in KO many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrow if we read TIlE CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents arc located in erery important eily in I1Ifvorlti outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nationsof wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old governments and the establishment ofnewof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper TIlE CHICAGO RECORD I dress TUB ClticAao Itixouu JUdlson itrcct Chlcoffo TO I f d I1gf- TI to t1fT1a CI tiitfll W ur r r practically ofChnrllDlzlIncbo I I liiapeIu11B1 IBOON MANKIND BUCKEYE 0- zZ C 0mm F- lz ri PILE I CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES f BAUJRD Solt Wor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 PROSPERITY AND POll TlGS Curious Colncldonco of Con ditions Attending Re publican and Domo crntlc SUCCOSs Our Drinoctntic intnds are prone to isntt when things po ngntnrt them when their predictions life uofnl fitUd find thrir principles remain un verified Hint it just liMppenid ho1 ird they continue t pleach ttuif lilt Joctiines igtinrinc the ficts ntid In suiting the intelligence of the Amtri can people For instance there was no louder mote perSIstent assertion made in1 the ampalgu ol 1896 tItan the sllveritc cry than the ptictsol olIver and wheat wtnt together and when wheat went up to a dollar mil the puce ol sttvei remained In the ditchrt cVmonttizi ion ihv j tit Itiiieitd sit cry wni op but the IliyHtMtvs have I ug- hvyblsy 1 ul thc but j cttverMtnce Now Mr lliyiin nnd his Hujipiiterii lit nsstrtii g tiiot the piiertt lltl lOW jitevaiics the counttv ov rill s iiI io wie tlic II the oie PitCieS P0 leiulict nt ltus I Ke itliliiit mU ini I tatiiiii It jit hIIl1l Mi Hy n I it IIe fly 1t Mitnr I iit KIH inures fov nin the List thrr tiMtiun Undiuiutslrilionsleiulf lhei Ie ttin Official bUtislics publi htd by tilt State of Massachusetts bhow thatdur ng the lour years from iSSS to 1892 Harrisons ndministiatloti there WAS in that State a total increase ol 73 741880 in the value 01 the product 18244474 in the total wages pai tad 27 364 in the number ol persons 00iO3LI in the cstxhlihuitntt tort r fjr thos years The next Ltir yens vrrrc those ol ti ftcjud Clevelind ndniiniiUalun There as en incieabe in one year S94 in echo lilt item l nt sub trctinc the lncrace In 1894 Irom the otul decrease during the other ttir ears there was a net decrease ol Z96 91606 In the vilne of products 4 185 2S2 III the total wages paid and 16687 iu the number of persons cm ployeti Prosperity relumed in 1897 ncd 898 under the McKinley adruinii nation and there were increases all ilong the line During these two years there was a total increase of 451100054 in th v lue of the pro lucts an increase of rl 219 781 in the In the total wages piid and of 14 215 in the number ol persons employed Try another State The New York State Labor Bureau shows the number f employes and the wages paid in ixtysix leading industries of Iht commonwealth during each of the nine yeats rom 1391 to 1899 incht stve The results substantiate the Massachusetts comparison Under a Democratic low Tariff pros writy took wings nnd flew away un ler the Dingley Protective Tariff it returned and was glad to get back There was n steady increase during each year ot Harrisons and McKin leys administrations both in the number oi persons employed nod to tal wages paid and a decline in those item during Clevelands regime For the year ending June 30 1899 which was the most prosperous year on rec jrd in the United States the increase in the employment tor labor was near y 70 per cent as contrasted with 1894 the first year 01 unrestricted PrteTrade Torlfflegislation During the last two years of the Harrison ad ministration and the first two years of the McKinley administration the men in the sixtysix New York estab lishments received 44000000 in wages During Clevelands tour years they received only 36 000000 Prosperity shies at a Democratic ad ministration Los Angeles Herald David Was a Republican Well I never knew that before to exclaimed fiveyearold Elsie who was studying her Sunday school lesson queriedherThat David was a Republican LYONSl j t LXTIVSYUP NATUfl cunr rona i GON571PATION Is made from tIC cliclccft extracts ef- ve etablc nn fuiL cantnlns no ln1 prejsnlptionItli cure rmlTni ss kl iIa1acli llroutuss and to Illvestoutf your1drugglctAn Ideal remedy fr as as aJuits c by druggists ct- i soc ir hoWe roc r3 TSSC KyJII iilinpHirliiiiHyI llIylLwJUNX Dr Hathaway Treats All Diseases Ills Method Invariably Cures 111 Catarrhal Uronchlal Lung nell Liver Kidney and Other Com plaints as Well as All Diseases and Weaknesses of Women In DrItatliamys most cxtcndvo practice COT ering a period of more thin 20 Diinjio las beet called upon to treat all manner of diseases cf men and women and along tlio whole tne of human ailments uo ha been uniformly sod tfjtul Dr Hithaway1 me thod of treatment gnu directly at tlie scat of blooPuriticstho Shoot neutralizes lue lolwns whIch produce the diseased conditions perfectAllTreated from Catarrh llronchltls As Ihma flay Perer tune Complaints Stomach Liter and Kidney Diseases Piles Tumors Can men Eczema and all manner of skin affection Dr Ilatluway also treats with Ih05tWomendiseases by which so many women are oltllctil IflrHatiawaysotltresnrefltteil neIApphianeaKhlch as well as tlio rtlcrmeow nil Ia world 1110104 lame as on expert All of the medicine ivo l by Dr llalhanayaro corLjwjniird Inn own laboratories tinder Ills priwnal dluvtlon and uhiecial remedies aro prepared for rach lit du Idual case according to Its requirements po Iir IIatnway has prepared a cIeltuLInll13lonbbnl11II I wulci lie aenis lIre on application vlfni Xea oror Vonwn No r fnrbklu DlMvttfi NoMorCatarrbai lM t r5ton Kidney lit hlatttaway inakos UncbUr Coisaultstlan for comultitlon rC either lii Free otTo or ny nail J NGWTON HATHAWAY M D Ilr Italliaway Co- SOJCIiurrh Street Kahvllle Teuu- illTION rout rMKIt WIIFX VH1TIM1 ansvreird the little student WliHt put that idea iito your htarl asked the mother Why Ti pIt ii Klsie it sayI here David pleaded for Protection 0 he must have been n Republican I wonder if there is anything about Vrurcras in the Bible niotuitia Boston Journal CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You llavo Always Bought Boars the dSignature v Bryan defines the prosperit Til the last lour ears as unusnl and un natural htiuiulation We must go back to the soup lioufc tirns of tin last Cleveland ndruinistretiou for what is ustial aud natural under Dem ocratic tule Roche ter N Y Uem osrat acd Chronicle FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Suf forors Is your Blood Purl Are you sure out Do cuts or scralchts heal stow l Does your skin Itch or burn I Have you Pimples Eruotloiis Ach log Cones or Iiczema Od Sire I loil Scrolula Rheumatism Ioul Bteatb Cutnrrh Are you pose II po purify your Blood at once with B n B Botanic hood Balm Ic makes the Bioud Pure and Rich hetls every ante and Kivei n clear smooth healthy skin Oecpseated cases like ulcers cancer endue sores Painful Swell ings Blood Poison are quickly cured by B B B made especially for all obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B B drains the Poison and Hu mors out ol the Blood nnd entire aye tern so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else tail Thoroughly tested lor 30 years largebottlesthe bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe VCouble and tree medical advice given tnjoymont Do you enjoy reading Dickens Very much answered Miss Cayenne His works contain so many odd and villainous characters to whom it is a pleasure to compare ones edemies Washington Star CURES BLOOD POISON Scrofula Ulcers Old Sores Bono Pains Trial Treat mont Free First second or third stages positively by taking B B B Botanic Blood Balm Blood Balm kills or destroys the Syphilitic Poison in the Blood and expels it Irom the system At the same time Botanic Blood Balm builds up the shattered constitution Have you sore throat pimples cop per colored spots old sores ulcers swellings scrofula itching skin aches and pains In bones or joints sore mouth or falling halt Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore the aches and make the blood Pure nnd Rich and give the rich glow of health to the skin Over 3000 tes timonials ol cures Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at Drug stores r including complete directions Trial ttealment ol B B B fiee hy addressing JooI Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe- strouble und lice medical advice given Dont despair of a cure as Blood Balm ures when all else fills Avoid all drying inhilunts and me that which cleanses und heals the membrane Kya Cream Balm is such n remedy and cures Catarrh east ly and pleasantly Cold in the head A vanishes quickly Price 50 cents at i druggists or by snail Catarrh caused difficulty in speaki ing aril to n great extent Inca Ing By the me of ISIyVCream Balm dropping ol mucus lisa ceasedvoIce anti hearing have greatly improved J W Davidson Atty at Law Monmouth 111 MCKINLEY is OUR MAN I McRlnleya Iwe has bad a boom Since ever it began yearMcKinley Prom north to south him lame re sounds And every brcrzi doth tan Prom sea to sea this glad telraln McKinley is our man Theres not n chance lor Colonel B To pet his Aunty clan In sight of Washington because McKinley Is our moo So let him hustle after votes And net them II ht coin But on election day hell find McKinley is nnr mutt N 11 R in Kurtkit K publlcar Farm for Salo IFie miles below hartford 3 mile South ol forks Centertown and Ceralvo roids contains ion acres plenty ot fencing timber good tnsh water and l Valuable mineral spring good dwe ing house sod out buildings youny orchard npplt pach plumbs oils lapts will yell in two lots Apply to G R CARM N Ccrtctloan K A rich lady ciiil if list 10 f md tinUV in tile lttnl by Dr Ncll onn Aiitficiit Hir Drums pm lIlIIIIIII1It MI thit ritiil pt V iini1 lo p iHuit tho H nimi ifv iMVtf Hitii tii A sIr s N 4483 Tin N IKJW r litlittt i tiighth Astiur N Y iU How to goon a Trip But mamini It I buy buy clothes first I may not have money left to boy a trunk 1 Ethel you havent any business sense nt all you c in b row a trunk Chicigo Record PILESI with protruUliif plies brought on by coustlpa turentyyears I touudnnyihtngtopllaa and tool like a now man i 11 KEITZ till Jonoe St Sioux City la J CANDY CATHARTIC T 0f MUIK otannaio DoGoodCURE CONSTIPATION IUrU IBH cy Clkx BMlntt Tb Ill ND rn fleA SolSind av iJtw glitilo LUKEjuosccoLtab- tmCta Drm a l ltIt CottitC- lrenitrHlrtW T Oem JnJw J K Itiiw Attorney Omn lioro T II lllurk Jailer 14 A Anlmna SteeL Iuwnn llolliruuk ilantrrCoin nItuner n II 1lbo Tru tw Jnry Inn1 S T HttfVMii Shrrin arllnril IVpuly Ihrlll1M lliHker T II llinlon J II Tnjrlur WH TlnuLy aeeOurtColren5nrtaiondnyis MurI amoS AnKUt ant omtlnniii threw weet nnil third Sliiiilny Iu May nnil Nimnilwr two wmkn County urtJ I lllllfr Joilwj 111 lIne nndllrrkj M L llrarrln Attorney hartS ril i Cunrt ronvrnen flrnt Monday In rflrh month Quarterly CoortulKlno on the twond ilonlny n enth month Court of lulmi ConvenM tint llomlny In Jan nary Tnwday alter iiwond Jtonilny In October Other DMren X lloilfy 8arveyi Kkrvre 0 II Royal Amvwior Fnribrlll Von Itiwrn rhool HaiKrlntenlont Hartford I W Hunt Coroner Knlphnr Hprlo- RHrustlsoc Courts II Ill Taylor Croaiwell M nh3 Jaoo 3 Sep teinbtr I Ite Cml r 1 IttOO W A Uoin Vntertnwn February 1110- I1ot y 5u Si November 11IlOO- T A Inn Fonlnrllle Slivnh I June Tptimber II Hrrcmbrr it VMS n F Sienna Ilatord Mnnh IiJuuo SI Sep tender M Ikwmbtr 10 IKOO- O H Fltihnirhnnndn Mnnh 3OJune10Sej tember 24 Ikvcniber in IIH 0- CnnntableH T W llnrrvtt Olnton W 1 Stewart Mandn J II l ennlri rrentti Jerome Allen Jingo I L Neliton llnfor- dnoliolovio Oorvieoo- II K Church SouthServices third Knndiy In each month nt II n m amid 7 p mnn fourth Sunday nt 7 p in 1rnyer meeting every Wednes day evtnlnir Her J 0 1etrle Iantor- Ilnptl t Churrh Servlriii hell wcond Hnndny In wuh month nt 11 n m nul 7 I m Prayer meet og every Thaniilay evenIng llev JW Viillnnd InI1 tastor School Trustee IInrtl rdJnii 111111r JIllrnn W II Hnrdwlck W 11 Slnuiy Woodbury Tlnnley I K ThonmB Town Truteealt T Cbllla J K Haltingly Shelby Taylor HV Ford AII White Hartford Cocrot Soclotioo A O U W meet second nnd fourth Wvdne day nights- gntghts of trinity lucctsnecond und fourth Sat urday night Knight of Honor lOt first und third Satur day night Hnrtfurd IxwlBO So 078 1t A Mnnonii Drat Monday sight In each month lloogh Itlrrr lodK Vo llOKnlghtiiof 11111111I meets every Tuenday night rmtnn Morton 1ont No 4 Ii A It hold reg alar nieotlnir Saturday beforeflntKundayln each montbIAll member of the rrniwctlve lodge nro Invited ntsinl til ut itla c- iIllinois Central Railroad rr lied and Most Iopilar Itooto to Memphis New Orleans ANt AM IOIKTN IN IIIHANNA TKVAH MKXICO AM tAIirottXIA fins IUhtedVeiitlkiilrd Train with Unfit Cur Iullmaii Kliviwra nnd Free Me Uilj ottO New Urlennii lenve Umlvllle every IIIIIIIIICIIIIIItOIthrough to California via outh Inn Hunwt rom Lnulnvllle to Sun ouately low rutu to Intermediate olnU Tho True Winter Route to California No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow- Blockades For PartIcuiar write to J II IlnllK TravellnR IHiueiiKer Agent for I C II It Ioolatllk Ky No ask him to end you a copy of the Southern tnze 8etkits ltnlIe whIch I rrnleta with inter- wtlng Information raneernlnn the Southern tern tory Itwlllbe raijlml to you frw On the nn and third Tuesdays each month llom Seekers tlrfcet nre sold to Montbern end Southwestern iiolnUnt 8 ecUILowlIatnrood tontorn within twentvon hliys from date of sale Liberal stop ovfr rrrangeinent A H HANSON G P A c= cow ZZZ XTOSS A K ELLOND A G P A- IrtQVCVC CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON IContagious Blood Poison U the most degrading and dcftruclUe of all diseases as It vitiates and corrupts the entire stem UnTV Let Montgomery Mi wllI1I lIn lao I was inoculatedwith x l on lee B diieaied nure who Infected nty baby ant fur itx tone year I mflered Stybodysores end nicer Sev eral chyilciani treated me no pose Thetnercurjrand potash they tare mt to dd furl to the awful flame which was devouring me Friend me to tr S S S I begs Ink ImrlOYedIr01 complrte sod perfect note MI the lUult oOD The first sore or ulcer Is followed lijr little red pimples on the mouth and throat become tore the glands enlarge and inflame copper colored splotches and hair and eyebrows fall out These are some of the milder symptoms they severity finally attacking organs the body li tortured with pains and covered with offensive eating sores It ia a peculiar poison so contagious that an innocent person handling the same articles used hy one with this loathsome disease be inoculated with the It can be transmitted from parent to child appearing as the same disease or in a modified formlike Eczema or Scrofula an old sore or skin trouble appearing in middle life is due and traceable to blood poison contracted in early life You may have taken potash and mercury faithfully for two or three years theydrive011Contaglouand the only antidote for this poison S S S cleanses the blood thoroughly every poison there is never any return of the disease I CU f VOURSELF AT HOME close stud or blood poison nod actual experience itt treat- Ing it You can cure yourself perfectly and permanently at home and secret is our own ou net any information or medical advice at any time write to our physicians Th have made a study of blood diseases and willve your letter prompt and careful attention Consult them as often as you please we make no charge whatever for this service All correspondence U conducted in the strictest confidence Treatment Address SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA G- Ateflotra saant 1 BUB Clo Southern Normal School JL L j TWO BEF ABATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE HAJtAOEKZMT Ono Thousand Students Will bo in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year TyfUNIinRns of the leading PsorfisToSeL and nrlln blt of the country are OutmATIa ofthe In tltulen The following enar are rrlninrr inKll h Teachers rre ratorr Scientific IIt Klocutton and Oratory Vocal Muale InitrumeaUl MaulS Law ItunlnpHi ShortllandTypeWrtilng IVnmanihlpTrlfRraphy Civil Service Any student who enters the llramiM louses will nyo 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