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lnlnir rointlm Kmlal attention thiiHARVEY W FRUDENc ATTOUNEY AT LAW IIAUTKOIII KBNTUCKY Wfll prnrtlr hi pnilnwlon In Ohio and adjoin OK eonntlM uoc la IlKrvnuciX building thEPNEAL Attoluc at Law thHARTFORD SovtIiIiUlfUlfntrrluilnal prncfli Blninitnlr IrllOn block J S R WEDDINGIIAttORNEY and COUNSELLOR at lAW onIIAWrP0RD alOblopeal Prompt attention Klrrn to all Lnlneu cntrnU to him Offlm In llrpcuiicix balldloff R R WEDDING Attorney at Law pr HvnrFoni Ky gi WIIIotlft hi prolmlon In thtronrtof Ohio and adjoining eoqntlr Alo Notary 1nlillc JNO B WILSONalATTORNEY AT LAWseHARTFORD KY Islabmtrtwtaly unra north aid Imbue uquat SouthernnRailwayThrough Klght itcut Bonthern Bta- UKENTUCKYTENNKSSEE South i CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR M GINIA North CAROLINAGKOR t GIA and MISSISSIPPI tiUt4M lllle Three Dallr Train Hetwe n looU Till and Ieilnirton Dhwrratlon CbL Can Train Isyv and arrlre lonlmvIlI corn IttnHtreet Union I connecting ulth train ottmIlllpole central liallroad and L 11 A Bt L R 1AWN II TATLOI AMlitant 0 PA IrfinliTlU OLW AT VU Oen 1iua Agent j H o iLuDi NTAL L R THROUGHj IipL r from CINCINNATI and LOUISVILLE to Hot Springs AIK t1tNAS VIA MEMPHIS Throndh le ilnrcar reierratlon ran rattIIipcnre4 front Clnelnuatl and IxinUTlll Illnol Central to Hot Kprlun Tla Meraphl un lUNew OrUau Mniltml maTing Cincinnati ilallj p at00p m Lonlnrlllf nt 840 p in reaching trnImtbnCincinnati to Memphh anti elwplng car und coach to lint Thron h rMrrrntlon Cincinnati and LoitinTill to lint HItring ran alo Ix wcnred Hpoelal leaTlnirtlnclnnatl Lit a mand tonic 7 tIllJlJ01p In daIly arriving at Hot8prlnir by U tb next raomln Hlwulnir ear Irora Cln clnnatl also roach from IoofTllle to MmphiaSHleepln car Memphis to Hot spring car eelc enroot SC APMlaloldr of thU new services welt ILl nil partlcnMn conmrnlnc the nbovcan be had I agent of the Illlnol Central and connecting nee W A KCLLOXD A O lA LnnUrni by A ItUimoic Qml roaer Agent Chicago I es Subscribe fornE tjRIIUBLICAN lt t THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 1VOL76295220 Is tho Total Population of th Unltod Statos Accord Ing to tho CensusI I Kentucky Has 2147174 Inhabitants The official announcement of the to tal population of tbe United States for 1900 id 76295220 ol 74 627 997 Al rep contained in the forty five States tep resenting epprrxlmate the population o be used for apportionment puiposrs There is a total of 134158 Indians not taxid The total population InI 89i with tehich the agJrfgate I lations ol the pnsxnt census should be com pa ted waa 63169 756CTaking the 1890 population as a ba Is there has bten a gain in populn 13 224 464 during the past ten 1yeuI i representing an increase ol n faTheas shown by the fficUl count of the census office is 2147174 against i 858635 ns shown by the returns c the eleventh crnnus CroatVlctory for American InI dustryINew York Nov 4In competition with European bidders says a Lont n dispatch to the Herald an Amer Ic adaorder for 5000000 worth of rolling thockWelhner Belt Co ane the great South African mining corporatIonsbe aakcd for a bid on coal delivered to the mines at the earliest I C possible date The Pressed Steel CarII Co thmpanylul bidder The American company t only wade a bid a third lowers than any other company but beat the best European bidder in time by eight months w II you lire cuff ering Irotn drowsiness the day time irritability ol temper epless nights general debility adache and general want ol tone ol to eayatemuelELtRflINIt You Itaget relief and finally a cure Price c Iana For sale by J H Willhras An ExpiationB Mrs YonngpatentI wonder why e baby always wakes up crying Mr Youngparent earllOb I pappose It suddenly occurs to him at he hasnt made soy trouble lot thmechange t1Iaant taken In early Hprlng and Fall irErent Chili Dengue and Mnlnital Frera tb liter tone np the jstem hitter that inine UallralltCfd try It At UraIIteoe 1 100 bottle SSMt fat ttbciNo replied Johns younger sitter omptly lie takes alter a blonde SkrlonChicagoA rich lady cured of her dewfoses d noises in the head by Dr Nichol 1a ns Artificial Ear Drums gave io ooo to his Institute so that deaf puemoy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute i8u tighthyeinper Ceralvo Ky Nov 5 1900 Mrs RebeccaJ Allen wife of F Allen died the 27th ultoC pneumonia fever at her home near Small house Ky This couple were mar ed February n 1875 To this re union has been born ten children cal three ofwhich have the Totherbecca was born March 15 1853 I ru1eI February II 1875 Age 47 Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure BloodSl All the blood In your body passes IMoughII your kidneys once every three minutes n In a ofbloodIter out waste or er tbIIlheyof to their doI klmallamof acid In kidney trouble Kidney trouble quick or unsteadytli heart beats makes one as though doverworking P1ItcIutbeginitgIf are sick you can no mistake first doctoring your kidneys The mild extraordinary of Dr Kilmers kidney remedy Is realized It stands bewonderfuland Is sold onus merits all druggists cent and fiftYI You may the order they fall work cess uric the blood due to neglected causes and feel you make the effect do the great pfreefindjout If you have kidney or bladder trouble To Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer F Co Dlnghamton N Yt yearsseven months and twelve days She claimed faith in Christ when she was about 15 years old and joined the- o Waltons Creek Baptist church to which the has been a faithful memo ber until recently when she and her family bad their membership changed to the Small house Baptist Church where she continued her work for Christ Mother and companion ai gone home is so lonesome we can hardly gaze upon the place she oecu ied or the work her hands did when she was here But ah its so sweet to know that mother and wlfr was child of God and we to his children that when w t meet in the great be youd it will be eternal We have lost a jewelwhile Heaven has gained one She was interred at the Vslton- ireek burying ground on the 29th I 2 the presence ol a large concourse ol people The Rev Lawrence conduct ed the funeral exercises Our sym patby and love is extended to the mily relatives and friends II B W Expansionf It will be of Interest to the readers of TUB REPUBLICAN who Ube McEN rees Wine ol Cardul in their homes to know that the sale of this remedy has so Increased during the past year thatagain increase their capacity by the dition of another large building j IIthatfound than the history of Wine ol crdui From thousands of ladies tters received by the manuCacturersI liteFrom Mrs Mary Pankowski 33 Rose reet Chicago III I have taken a bottle of Wine of Cardui and feel much better thanC hen I wrote you I did not haveI any pains in my last monthly period Fr plomma zoo MichiganII suffered from what was supposed be tumor of the womb but I havet ken five bottles of Wine of Cardul d am almost cured OASTOnXAear theitt Kind You Kin Atari 80uftlc Blcutue dZet tCharactorloss JMcNabbDid arereguMcflabbNotgasts Perfectly disreputable meals eredithczemapios Curod by B B Btlloiile free 10 auSTere Does your skin Itch and Burn Dls essing Eruptions on the Skin so you dDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema in Sore and Cracked Rash form the Skin Prickling Pain in the in Boil Pimples Bone Pains swollen Joint Palling halt All Run Down totingltay cured take D B D BotanlCBlood Balm which makes oureurebaudbogars Our readers are advised to trys B B For sale by druggists at i large bottle six large bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle Completedirections ferers may test it a trial bottle givenII away Write fur it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free Personal medl advice given a his Workman Was In Luck J Mbrganfield Ky Nov 3 Yesterday a negro workman of Unlontown Ky alter finishing a job ofwork at which he had earned a silver dollar present this to the cashier of the Pike Morgan Banking company asking for change The cashier mistak ug a package ol fs gold pieces for a roll ol nickels handed over the roll gold The negro got together tlev al congenial companions and enjoyed e spree of his life lie has since en arrested though the bank offi ais are puzzled to determine what ndof o charge to bring against him I l I Constipation means the accumula p of waste matter that should bepdaily and unless this i ue the foul matter Is absorbed andg isons the system Use II HR I bring about regularity of the bow t PrIce sects For sale byJH a Williams Sunday School Teacher Johnny d you alwaystrytoreadgoodbook- sJohnnyYeom hut its gettin tog hard work for a feller to git of a t good injun story these daysIn C dlanapolls HCCCFHSnnItoyare anrceuln tbe Ronth prove 11ughsnia a great remedy or pblll and all Malaria bAt I WEATHER FOR NOVEMBER Official Statomont Basod on Avorago Conditions as Do tormlnod by a LongSor IloseWillis L Moore Chlefof the Weath er Bureau has recently issued the following statemeut op the weather for November The following statements area based on average weather conditions for November as determined by long series of observations As the weath er of any given November doos not conform strictly to the average condN atlon8 the statements cnnnot be cot slderedIIsforecatlta In its general character November weather forms a mean between the heat of late summer and early fall and the cold cf winter and in marked c stontrastg ust and October the w Leatherc 5alusually settled and fine In the Pacl fie Ocean and on the southeasternI c cioastsnearing its end In the middle taLlde tudes of the oceans the winds st and blow more from 11ejw leeetpallowedea thsternte yaredas strorg as the tropical bred storms the pieceding months now the ttorms which occur during the winter an season The southward flow ol Arctic Icetle fog Is encountered in the trans- Atlantic steamship routes near New foundlandIn United States the Pacific ast wet season in October todIIberM ateau there is IiInmer and fall months exc in oftahmOctober loJcothe summer months In Montiua November is one oi the driest months the year In the great corn and wheat growing districts of the central valleys there is a gradual dim Inn on in rainfall frun summer to mid w inter In the east gulf and south = Atlantic States November rainfalls j e commonly light and in the ices teR lf districts they fall short of the fir summer average From the lake gion and Ohio valley over the mid e Atlantic and New England States ere is a general though not well S- 1markeddecrease in rainfall from mid or summer to midwinter St In the interior of the gull and south Atlantic States garden truck subject to damage by frost and m damaging frost is likely to occur in central and northern Florida in November Ce Boat for tho Bowels No matter what ails you lieadacbuBa cancer you wilt never til your bowel are put right CAS BIj help nature cute you with t a grip or pain produce easy natal movements costs you just to nts to start getting your healtA ck CASCARET3 Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal xes every tablet has C C C amped on it Beware of imitations a gaThome asYouuch ir the world without that com enthusiasm Lihole 1111v A womans Face Tells its own A laugh is often a wpaiihichI eyes have no in the laugh Their urple rings speak of suffering There reIriestoo about the mouth which only ain can give Many women look for to a week of such misery each onth Three months of each are iven up to suffering It weakens them t ages them It them of soda pleasures and family joys Can there be excuse for such women who fall to PrescripllonItCured them and permanently It cures ninetyeight out of every hun red who give it a and faithful trial Irs sure to help Ita almost sure to cure UI had slUng of Internal organs and had to o to bed month bad Irregular monthly periods which would sometime lilt ten or days writes Sirs Alice U ISolate of Street Unlontown 1L Had In digestion so bad that I could not eat anythtn ndColdaFree Dr Pierces Common Sense Adviser is sent free on receipt a- tamps to of mailing only Crboun1bookr R V Percc Buffalo N Y have this soul energy unless you are in jour right place unless you are in love with your employment Your vrbrkmust be to you what his violin was to the great master Ole But- heT famous vtohniste hand an almost jndolatrons flection for his instru ment He used to talk to it pet it veryIhis caress and with it the great artist swayed multitudes as forests at0In swayed by the tempest To be filledI with the enthusiasm that wins your work must be to you your life your all This immortal fire kindles sleep Ing powers stimulates latent energies and arouses resources undreamed of Wore It multiplies and olten takesI thjjJsce of talentSuccess Steamer Sinks In tho Missis slppltsoMemphis H tbillouis and plying between St Louis and New Orleans struck- a rahidden oftyd sank The water covers the lowerd ck but theboat lies in a good posi tion and can easily be raised Thek111 was en route to New Or Seeansand a of SltheyawlsfiPonl Tobacco Spit end Knivls Tour Ufe Jfal priticDae the wonderworker that makes weak men anedScruingiodAoThetell latoandatrimonyr a manAthetenwife to come and boss arounde Satrimony mellhe Trust Thoso Who Have Tried lon I was afflicted with catarrh could pre neither taste nor smell and could he but little Elys Cream Balm cured itI Marias o Sbsutz Rahway N J The Balm reached me safely and the ThstRespectfully Mrs Pranklln Freeman Dover N HfThe Balm does not irritate or cause eezing Sold by drnggisty at soctf mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren New York r- Yes I ate the cake she baked To briakeDid you succeed In a sense I couldnt feel any solider if I had eaten brickbats and allmentDettoltJ ab gBean coetOu To Car Constipation Forever of lOaorSSoIt T- IGottlns a Now Startmabee BarrettAs you wish let the en gernent be broken but it will please much il you will tell me why you ked itovMiss Clara Because Henry I wan Ima pjtlonOAS1OnXABear thelIe Kind Yen Haw WnrsBODiH filgutu dZ do cf be When Cooking Vegetables a Do not let you cook take too thick a rind off in paring potatoes The best part of thepotato is near the skinth phavewjflavorjjeOnionsstew or put into cook with anything as prforthrown awayotCabbage are better oil if boiled Sanmeat Potatoes should always be boiled separately Otherwise theyse thTofound on it take a wineglasstul of hotthwater in which a little bicarbonite oCesoda has been dissolved Plunge tbe celery into this after it has been washthl ed Then cool In ice water before serving Pittsburg Dispatch now Are Tour Kidneys f lltbbpsnaguPiuiaenreauikidne7lilaftInteSt scholarshipInlege one in Southern Normal st Bow Totuckydesiring to attend any of these InstU I tutlona would do well topurchaseour scholarships SCRAMBLE FOR DIAMONDS Corns Thrown Into tho Stroot IBy an AbsentMlnd od Doalor Have you got those diamonds is the question ol the hour in Birming ham Some 800 precious stones hai been shared out by lucky prospectcrs Vitcoria street and the search sit11 continues It happened in this wise Ir a fit ol abstraction Mr Jobn Da vis member of a firm ol merchants while walking down Vii toria street oun recent morning pullc old envelope out til his pocket an commenced tatear it up When he reached the last section e terrible fct dawned upon him at it was the envelope in whch wet me 16311 small dmmonds valued nt 100 and that lie had bean sowing ese broadcast over a publicthorough fareTfie news spread with lightning pidity Shopkeepers locked up old came to the more lucrative occupation picking up diamonds while foi a le around an errand boy at his or ary work was a phenomenon Such a scraping of the streets with ives and sticks had never been n it happened most of the lost ne went down the cellar grating f jewelers shop Ingenious youth ed for them with a piece of soa a acked to a stick and reeled in thre C zes at a time Others sat in the gutter sorting an xious guarded handful ot dirt till the crbwd grew At one aloverd at work From noon until 7 lock the street was nearly blocked When night fell candles an1I kternsfatigiblc hunters for treasure trove the scene presented could only e been done justice to by Hogarth bout half the diamonds bave found ir way back to their rightful own ertome were sold to a shopkeeper the rest like the gaves ot a houseI d are scattered far and wide Diamond pins will shortly be ashIable in DlrmlughmLondon Ean sswopCASTORIAFor Infants and Children e Kind You Have Always Boughtc Bears the d J TSignature of iaY7 Thanksgiving ProclamationS It has God to angthrough another year The works tl religion and charity have every where been manifest Our country through ofundant featspered beyond all precedent Our mmerce has spread over the worldt thfreedomextended over distant seas and lands scemnysonbeen generally exempt from pestt lence arid other great calamities and even tbe great tragic visitation which the city of Galveston de evident the sentiments sym by and Christian charity by virtue which are one united people Now therefore I William McKinley President of the United States hereby appoint and set apart Thursday the 29th of November next to observed by all the people of the United States at home or abroadas day of thanksgiving and praise to Him who holds the nations in the hollow of his hand I recommend t they gather in their several ces of worship and devoutly give ia thanks for the prosperity where th lIe has endowed us for seed e and harvest for the valor devo- n and humanity of our armies and vies and for allllls benefits to us a nation and that they humbly ay for the continuance of His divine ors for the concord and amity with her nations and for righteousness d peace in all our ways In witness whereof have hereunto my haud and caused the seal of e United States to be affixed Done at the city of Washington is the 29th day of October in the ar ol our Lord one thousand nine hundred and of the Independence of = United States one hundred and twentysixthWILLIAM MCKINLUV President By Jt IIK HAY Secrttary ol State h What Would You Give be cured ol catarrh If you or ur friends have this disease you know how disagreeable it is ItsIymptoras are milan ed eyes IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Pririaca Mncei RcirircikI j bing temples ringing noises in the ears headaches capricious appetite and constant discharge of mucus Fortunately its cure is not a question ol what you will give but what you will take II you will take Hoods Sarsa parilla the great constitutional reme dy which thoroughly purifies en mayreperm a nently cured The good blood which reachingthemembrane soothes and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symp dtoms of catarrh 4 T TrooILivermore KvNoV6 Rev R T Stevens a well known local Meth odlst preacher aged eighty one was- e killed November I by a falling tree It occurred about 4 oclock Mr Stevens had some wen at work in the w koodswinters of S mtevenswere cutting a small ash tree about eight inches in diameter when it slabbed oiland fell Mr Stevens was struck in the breast by a 1mbI and died in a few momenta without uttering a word jisterforty years and often supplied the pulpits ofthe pastors in this sectionI He was a man of strong mind and lovable character and was revereftI and loved by all lIe owned a good farm and was a liberal th plehis eightyfirst birthday on August 10 last and it was made the occasion a demonstration bo thrsJninesitnownw Twins Are Smalln1Hartford Conn Nov 4 Mr and Mrs Charles C Hammer of New Britain have become the parents of twins which are attracting much at tention Either could be put in a mans pocket wihout much trouble Doth are girls The larger weighs e and onehalf pounds and is seven d one half inches long her sister eighs one and one fourth pounds and is seven inches long Their es are not really formed and are not eud yet They seem more like two little kittens than human beingsM Dr Kellogg the attending an said that both were doing nice ly lIe thought that it would beDne to raise them in an to darfe to Wod a Millionaire tope Milwaukee Nov 6 From behind counter in a department store to a sumptuous home and surroundings with wealth and luxuryby the flower strewn path of matrimony is the romance which has come into the life Miss Hortense Well who until a w days ago was a clerk in a cltakIb ouse here Conrad Schreier a millionaire el ewer of Sheboygan is the agent ofltat potent magician Dan Cupid in a quingingene in the life ol Miss Well and the o arriage of the two is to take placeno soonetWell has already given up the NO REMEDY EQUALS PERDNA ilI SO THE x WOMEN ALL SAY 4Ad7F f r I 1 Stlns Ss an Wjmar I theRichmondtho following letter to Dr ZTutcuui re Onlyhoec tofindy experience A friend In need Is a Indeed and every bottle of Pru friendtoNorthSuperior t noWthatsevrMbottIoam In the change of Ute and It does me I ohe culiar to women caused by pelvis catarrh 0torace which she will no longer need and is busy with the prepratlons for a her wedding The romance of which the wealthy brewer and the clerk are ecentral figures had its beginning a wedding It was at Miss Wells rmer home in West Bend where ceremonyhichece of her future husband There e met Mr Schreler and he was much taken with ber The acquaintance which was formed then was kept up and finally bios layIngl If I had caught that Percy Night flower shouted the Irate lather I should have caned him Why not take your spite out father spoke up the sweet girl and cane the chair he sat in It certainly needs canln- gadea Confession of Crime Maysville Ky Nov sJomes unn who died in this county a few ys ago just before his death con sscd to killing his brother Britt Dunn in September 1879 near TIN n Fleming county It was sus eled at the time that James had murdered his brother Nasal IOATARRH In eli its llajtt thite- ould be clejullaeu Eljs Cream Balsa eanseootheatndbeniie cnrecatertlzanddleway ickly Cream helm ii placed Into the cottrtll ipretii n the membrane and li kbiorked E Irfli lID ediate and a eore rallawt It Is sot drjlnsdo t produce sneezing Large Size Gt Cent at Drac lt or b mall TrW Slip 10 cola b7 maiL ELY BIUmiEHS M Warren Street New Tork li II I f1 tl VARICOCLE STRICTURE willithaC ariaedecayoftbeorgan palomiutineloln aellloa In tb biotic nenoaa de oftheaaired men are troubled with stricture If yea have reasoa to believe you are upertmntonWscnrVsrlcocietakw at home privately Send for oar Tree Illustrated Boole on vnrlcoeIcHtrteturc and OUot W guarantee to Cur or No Pay Kidneys BladderAlt teznal atreet thsaeergsn btllcc the kidney are m mat lonreo I of disease liaveyotachlngor weakness orertlre small of tbe back tendency to I urinate deposit la urine coldness of hand or feet adrowy feeling In C TreatwensispStio Name Used Without Written Consent 0 W Rowe of Jackson Mich U711I had Tirlcocele In tue secondary stage sad two iinicturcaof8yeansatatndlng I was operated on twice anderrolnfreat suffering but only got finally adtlMiI to try the Nw Method Trcntsnvnt of Ins K A K Tile enlarged wins disappeared In Izwseks the stricture tissue was rempred In eight weeks and my luaal energy and laUtJ returned so I was a nan In every respect I recommend yon doctor wltb my whole heart CURES GUARANIEED NO CURE NO PAY Before Treatment After Treatment We treat and car Nerrons Debility Loll Manboed Varlcocele Strlctnr Srph TreeBooks lilrflWiliMlii Vnrten 628 WALNUT CINCINNATI STREET OHIO a i i trKat ViV1 wBiograp1iyGcogrphyFJcUonetc AWhat better Investment could lo maim than In a ot the T This royal voluruo Is a vast storehouse of valuable Information arranged In convenient form for hand eye and mind ILls moro widely used as standard than a other dictionary in the world It should bo in every household I V ScottishGlossary 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVIsM E J FON and LON ROGERS E IIU oophono 1 soct cTLo Irsrd Idar Dy ta4rtfeJ A IIr- i i iJlt a o Btalar I r i a 3 u TIlE will of the people must bo the law of tIll land TILE voice ol the people ha iluvnn Goebelisrn WIIEIIE was Motes when tint lamp went ou- tLrrrtt Dor BLUE is still a cah- didatefor matrimony THE rally cousolatiou now left t Mr Beckham is the thought of his bride tobe THE proper time to get votes is Il lore the election for the time comet when voles can not be had ONE Aguilaldo will doubtleeb re ceive the news of Bryans election t 1 the office of stay at home with a burdened heart- McKLVLEY carried Bryans own State and didnt even go out to ask it ol the voters Had he gone ho might bave carried it overwhelmingly THAT gentleman in Hartford what carriedsteel bnllets in his trouiers pockets during the campaign is raid to have capitulated THE Democratic party will bave an opportunity to put into practice the teachings of its platform If they are defeated will they acquiesce therein IT is not a very good idea for a campaigner in a civilzed country to carry galling gun cartriges in his trouaerloons pockets or otherwise It dont have no eflect LOUISVILLE gives Yerkes over 5000 majority with the police fire men and militia all in the bauds of the Democrats Wonder if anybody was intimidated this time IT dont look well for christian gentleman to carry a gatling gun and amunition when he goes out to argue politics He might intimidate some of the more effeminate WE have not yet heard how inuchMr Bryan carried the Philippines though it is generaly uuderstood that be car ried them since the American people forgot that he was a candidate TOE election ot E C ORear in the Seventh Appellate District puts an end to judicial assassination in Kentucky For Kentucky he comes as a deliverer from the grasp of the rabid partisan TOE ballots throughout the State were printed on exactly the same paper furnished by the Secretary of State Wonder if tissue ballots can be detected in heavy Republican counties this time FROM all accounts the redhanded mountaineers the assassins and the negroes have put a quietus on the old blackguard Jo Blackburn and the whole of the naliguurs of truth and honesty 4YERKRS has been elected by a de cisive majority but the Goebelites are arranging to steal it again The Democratic Committees were called to meet in Louisville yesterday The same thing was done last year If that dont mean stealwhat do it meau TilE returns of Tuesdays election show heavy gains in the county for both Republicans and Democrats The largest vote in the history of the coun ty was pulled Yerkes vote was 3254 Beckbamft war 2867 making a total oi 0t2t In 00 Goebel received 2239 Taylor received 281a total of 5064 Arrnu having charge of every pre duct in tho Stale and being defeated how would it appear to thn intelligent men for the Democratic party to re sort to a second contest No one can cry railiary intimidation or thin baN lots and how on earth can the boys contest without these two charges IF the Republicans stulo the elec tion this a second time with all the election machinery iu the bands of the Democratic party dont you think brethren that you never saw such rascal Wo would suggest how ever that you give us a lair how and we will tee that you are not intimidat ed with fraud though we may intim idate you with ballots j WITH a Dr7 hr I miilia with a Democrat to purchaseI the paper and supervise the making ol the ballots with Democrats in charge of the election they have again been defeatedand Yerke is elected Won der what kind of n c cutest well liuvu this lime What kind of grounds can he hatched up now upon which lo base another contest A CERTAIN Occkhamito windjammer who has traveled the county over exhibiting rifle cartridges and telling the people that ihige things make up the sum total Republican r I LANDSLIDE FOR M IINLEYI osro OOtr T S 70TEJPRECINCTS McKiuley Bryan Yerkes Beckham Jolly Smith EastHartford 164 154 J61 J53 160 153 West Hartford Ill 120 119 120 119 120 Beda 111 104 113 101 112 104 Sulphur Springs 152 102 151 101 J51 lOt Magan 107 1G7 197 167 197 167 Cromwell 191 ltl 190 HO 190 140 Cool Springs C7 71 66 jJ 6r ilNorth Rockport 97 78 Oi iR Oi 78 South Rocuport 90 101 91 99 90 99 Select 127 35 J28 35 J2i 35 Horse Branch 164 114 165 111I 164 111 Roscoe 226 92 226 no 226 90 East Beaver Dam 96 124 i2 122 98 22 West Beaver Dam 138 129 HO 129 139 128 McHenry 197 lf 2 Hl9 151 198 151 Cenlerlowii 144 111 142 108 J41 109 Hmallhouse 39 G8 39 r8 39 68 East Fordsville 175 95 175 15 Ji6 95 West Fordsville 125 106 125 107 125 IOU JEtnaville 102 199 102 200 101 198 Shreve G8 82 68 83 6S 82 Olaton 69 55 r8 5I 68 45 Buford 54 116 54 113 52 116 Barletts 110 124 ill 124 110 122 Helliu G5 GG U5 65 U5 65 Ceralvn 48 48 49 48 49 48 Point Pleasant 39 Gl 41 Ul 42 63 Narrows 77 v 7i i6 il it 7I Total325t 2889 3256 2868 3246 28U8 Majorties 362 388 370 The total vote cast for President was Ct40 For GavernorGi24 For Congress 6u4 argument was seen leaving town yeB terday Strings were tied about the lower ends of his pant legs and from the boles worn therein hulls empty and full tracked him like corn drop ped for tolling pigs IT is a question of some concern to the pubic as to what Mr Bryan do four years hence He will in probability be a candidate for tin Presidency on some platform belong ing to some party why has so many parties Ho is the most fortunate man in the history in obtaining nom nations He bad the nomination from three parties this year and was defeated Certainly he will be able to to induce one of those parties to ac cept him from years hence His re putation as a wind jammer is unex celled vIr has ever insisted that the tnH of the wwority eJiall control and the minority must cheerfully acquiesce therein Thus reads the Democratic platform on which Mr Beckbam made his race From the returns it is quite evident that Yerkes has been eected by 2500 and the Democrat ic party will have a second trial on acceptingor rejecting the will of the people We hope that the Demo cracy has enough of honor left to abide by the will of the people this year Gentlemen for consistencys sake accept the returns whatever they may be and lets have peace in old Kentucky Sick at Heart and Otherwise 1 was once a proudold trek when I was fed ou wholesome food then 1 hailed Victory throughout Kentucky but now since I have permitted to come into my family as advisers such men as Backburn Woodsou Mc Creary Beckham and others of this type defeat and disgrace is all that I can proclaim to those 1 once bore vic tory I am indeed tick at heart and otherwise of the course my advisers have forced mo to take I tttisl it will end where it now rest s or I sbal be associated with the dead Iaui too sick to talk further on the euljc Tuesday Delivers Ientucky Last Tuesday was the close of the most remarkable campaign ever waged iu Kentucky It has come and gone ta the regret of none The isaues of this campaign as set forth by the Democratic party were assassination on the part of the Republican party and office stealing for its own banner beellII that should have remained unsaid but it is all with the past and should be of tnc past On the charge of assassination Mr Yerkes has won fairly and squarely and it ia to be hoped that the the Democratic party will acquiesce this time without causing further trouble III Although conference of the Dem ocrutic party was called yesterday in i Louisville it is believed that that I party issickand tired of contest It I could not hope to win this time and I anthor contest would be suicide for I that part It has been fairly and I squarely defeated in two elections with I I i all the election machinery in its own hands and certainly if there be any manhood left in the party leaders at caIn at this stage in the game would cause civil insurrection and bloodshed The tcmpor of Kentuckians is too high to be meddled with It would be dan l squabbesidesfold upon the State We shall hope that the Democratic partywill ac quiesce in Us defeat Kansas Too Topeka Kan Nov 7On the basis ot the limited returns from the YERKES ELECTED Says Mr Combs Chairman Re publican Executive Committee 2000II I We have official returns from sixty five counties in the State which show n net plurality of 3000 for Yerkes Theie Is no chance for htm t lose Conceding Beckham the maximum in the other counties Y=rkes is still a sure winner I Yerkes has been elected Governor of Kentucky He will have a plu rality that will be sufficient and one that under the circumstances is very handsomeAs which candidate for President will get the electoral vote of the State It is like loosing a nickel but there Is no longer any doubt iu th Governors raceI HON JOHN W YERKES KENTUCKYS GOVERNOR ELECT ss Stale Republicans claim Kmisns by 35 ooo for the national ticket and 23 non for the State ticket the election of every Republican Congressman with the possible exception ol the Thlrr district Republicans claim the Leg islature by a safe majority on jIM ballot insuring the election oi a United States Senator The Populists concede that Republicans carried Kansa IIttIIexcept a gressman in the Third district Keep Yoursolf Strong wind you will ward off cold pneu manta fevers and other diseases Yar need to have pure rich blood anc good digestion Hoods Sarsaparilli makes the blood rich and pure as other medicine can do It tones th stomach creates an appetite and i I vlgoratca the whole system I will be wise to begin taking it no for it will keep yon strong and well I1I0ods Pills are nonirritating Price 25 cents speClalstII way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to proftFslont method of treatment lor Vericoceli knitlorVital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid- o nay and Urinary Complaints Paraly ass Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo I then be is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more thatI double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by othet physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge fni ofe fice or by mail Address 1 Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tl p Burned To Doath Georgetown Ky Nov 6 James A Norton of Stonewall aged thirty six years was burned to death a Sadieville last night He was arrest ed for being drunk and put in the station house A short time afterwad the building was a mass of fl trars and every fiort was made to rescue Nor ton but it was impossible The structure was soon burned to the ground and Norton perished- It is supposed that he set the clothes afire Norton was one of th jurymen in the Youlsey trial IAnother Expansion I readersIcfTees Wine ot Cutdul in their homes to know that the sale of this remedy his to Increased during the past year that time manufacturers have had to egaln increase their capacity by the buildingIan that finds favor with the ladles is sure to achieve great success No more striking example of this could be found than the history of Wine of Cartful From thousands of ladies I letters received by selectedIthe following are Prom Mrs Mary Pankowski 33 Ros street Chicago 111 I have taken a bottle ol Wine o Cnrdui and feel much better tha j when I wrote you I did not hav j any pains in my last monthly period From Mrs M A Thompson Kala MlchlgauI I what was suppose- to 1 be tumor of the womb but I hay taken five botlles of Wine of Cardu and am almost cured t II YOhthroat soreness actors the back or side or your lungs feel sore or tender or you are threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia LINIIAn Eluctlon Tragedy Monticello Ky Nov 6In a row over politics near Broustoti PUIM- COUtltJji t art lr dy ll I ml ilt O 1 AI iiI ha lllll hillld K II rt Mtiuhtyt i l tn he nilMmtc loi Otten Iiyi i ilir tr K dj enrr pile K sttiiMlifii iu that vLiuit Catarrh Cannot bu Cured with nlnahurninntltatluiMl illwniv nml In i nlrr turaivlt llnlleetoncaneb ratnnbenI rowe ul tbs bmt ihr lrlan In this country to MM nmlUn rvnolur m rrlptloD It U eo- nilof the lwl tonl knoon roniblortlIIHo l mt liliMnl purlrkn nctinic illmtlT on th iwrkrtrombinttonoflblwotagnllnt trtrmonlnlfnHold lir liravKUtu 7S- cllnir Kimlljr rtlUnnithabMit For bums cuts bruises laceration e BALIARUSreign remedy It never falls to do good and so promptly that its won rteiful curative properties frr quently create surprise Price 25 ando eta For sale by J H Williams Farm for Sale Five miles below Hartford tf mil e South ol forks Cenlerlown and Ceralvc roads contains 100 acres plenty ot fencing timber good fresh water and I valuable mineral spring good dwel ling house aud out buildings young orchardapples peaches plumbs and gtapcs will sell in two lot Apply to G R CARSOX Ceclertown Ky Cgmui Iilurkslungs become rough axd In flamed from r coughing and the germs of- consumption find an easy entrance Take no chances with the dan gerous foe For 60 years JI there has been a per atfact cure What a rcc ordl Sixty years of cures AY rs QetoraIsoothe and heals the wounded throat and lungs You escape an at tack or consumption with all its terrible suffering and uncertain results There is nothing so bad for the throat and lungs coughingA will cure an ordinary cough hard I ercoughswlllneeda5Ocsize cheapest in the long run IIUnllbloo1Tery III We could natty see any doetorudldhlmnoarod lad0IdNOT 10 ices lUkwana H oak mbtortr Address nrJCATaainwellHua OASXOnXABean theins KM You Have JIJS Bought Blgnatore j 1IrIoft t ATTENTION yourhorses mystaleind Buggies at all bestetrvevorldEhe GuanaYour oatrNmc2 te earnest y salIiritpd Rosy cjohn G KtOUJ HAi1 rFORD Strs HI fur TUB RBITULTOAN IqPfaMJ out and limo Wlkeyat hook home i 1ats l oaItin ro Mal ft iI03r t LUU14 I 0 y To Ciiro Conitliiallon Pororfr 100orlneI Ifi Y 4 MONEY t2 TtT 5 r1 tee That you will nut be able to find Soef reasonable in Hartford or Ohio F3 uoii nty as you find at U T Col iz f lies Everyone who tins spout ri money with us will tell you that 6 Note these tli 4CLOAKStht lirjrint C III Lulifii Jacket Ilnb Uupei nut jj Cd itd MiCi mi 1 Uliililreid CMU anti Jacket that Ci- g was ever brought to Huriford can bu teen in our Cloak Cldh 3 Department The variety extensive and we cau show = i l the veay newest cuts that are moat stylish which cannot 3 be seen elsewhere It will the ladies to examine our ft JKJ4Wrta are olltring Jackets lined throughout lo 31 ljqKersey 00ri J3 I SHOESI ze S The beet footwear that money can buy U found on our E it shelves and we are wiling Shoes for lees money than com 5 1 petitora ask for them Everyone who is acquainted with our way of selling will substantiate that we carry the Ii jpfr wellIn laco2 00 ought to be the pricLwe want only gjpjjr jH sizes 11 J to 2s for 5125 kn are ollering a Special Lot of Ladies FINE 4c Sall the now Toes which were made to sell for 1We for only 5250 Ladies do not fail to ask for this tS I r greatest wearing Shoes for boys sizes 2J to 5s to Jout of strong uppers and bottom for only 150 b j Gents Drew Shoes good wearing good looking Shoes i t 4 I in ft variety nl styles for 52 00 and 2 50 Heavy Stints tot Genti in lyiw or High Cut for evrry dry wear in larje variety and nl lowest priciv S Gentlemen dint hitter that we tarn the BJOS fc Hvtry pairofShKs we sell are sold under a guarantee S 1 or another pair free Respectfully K SIn tI rn ImI t r tmRSSSSS 111111111111111 aIli1Jalal iII iJf IJIU J v WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND i ttTRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky gotLadlesandGwent1ernenThorough curces in Literature Languages Music Art and flu sine Excellent home influences KeGned and pleasant invironments Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opens August 28 1900 W G WDLBOttN Pres J HvM BARNES Vice Pros h ILLIN I NTAL RB NEW THROUGH LINE BEJWtiN IVMSmU A- NDCHICAGO A neat through car line has been ftablishrd for the entire distance ver the Illinois Central between Evansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the Oad- from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly 1 part of the P D K Ry The I services is ns follow NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Evansvltc yjjop m 7300111 Ar Chicago 700am 7oopm SOUTH BOUND I SunlLvCblcago Ai Evansville 805 am Ssop m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair firs on day trains Tickets of you local ticket agent sendingketchcoucerniegthePatent lent u request Patent necured through ui advertised for wale at our U Patent taken out recelvepectat noIff without charge InTate PATENT REcoan- aa Illustrated circulated Journal consulted by Manufacturers and investor Bend for uraple copy FREE Addieu VICTOR J EVANS COIPatent Mtttnejrt Evans B WASHINGTON D O Haw Are Tour Bldner f DrHobb riiraiFlllierlltldn7lll8ap4 pie free AtfdlBt rlDf lUmMrfo CnlcacoorM T Tale the REPUBLICAN Rough final Telephone Company LirOarORATIID Talk being andnecessary you should patronize home folks orownlinesand tho whole county anti businesstpoints generally lJyonly Roughniverthey will bo nt the vholo ox ponse if you toy Cull on Hartford Ky for partlculorsJWe connect with all HER VITA PILLS h lRestore Vitality Lot Vigor era Manhood Cure tWlIOtcuCT NIelit Enlitlons Lost of Mesa on u waIIDW disease gexcessA nerve tonlo snd PILLSt BrIDrIbe ISOflire ot youth By mall CTS for8s0wjUtourbankableaanrante to onr circularandcopy iaaesmmtOlete R PotlllTBlr irnarante d core for Lou of Power OmanPUMII theIlerntt aboxritaD4lIIon COIntonILL DROPSyCVUDwt1IHercard vegetable JilMOtt t tin fititit S twain toes IALIaaMle i il l j r 61 WISH I- HAI1TII i This ti a common expression with peope who How themeelvc to lib induced In purchiee clee I Itwherebetore eeclng our fctnck Wo aro heller plO this fall than ever to how you big Values j I ut low priws Try us awl BOO e i Ladies Furnishings quality Ladies Ribbed Union Suit iGUOIl 4aud 0 at 25c Ladies Oneita Union best nmdc heavy fleeced at 50c Union Suits fur children age 3 to 12 rears 25o to 50c II i loud fleeceline Hose lOc Ladies fastblack fleece lined Hoso20c and 25c Ladies tilkGnisb black fleeced hose 25e regular 35c quality I Heavy gray LOBe better than home knitat 25c I Infant fleece lined Vest lOcoLadies latest f Folding Collars lOc Highgrade Corset 25c f It G Corsets beet made 85c lufanU wool I t1I0se lOc I 16ents Furnishings I i IUoodcoltou Socks Be Large fast bordered I handkerchief Oc Corliss Coon Collars latest Istylu 15c or two for 2fls Bg line Ties Tcck k Bcarfs String Tie Fourinhaudi Puds cat25c Mens black cotton Hose lOc Meii Iud II boys heavy fleeced Underwear 25c to 60c per j Igarment Homeknit yarn socks 25c Good I- lir I linetiwnrkGovc 2Gc Good grade light I IweiGlove 25c to 81 per pair Mena and I i IBoya nice percal Shins 25o to 50c Good Jer i I pey Shirts OOc Best lino ot8uite4 I 700 IOIn Ohio county Kb Overcoats equal t aat55 Mens good Suspenders lOc 15 20c and OOc Mens good Clinton Drawers 25c I r25cipit HEADQUARTERS where theyare pro I to give you grander values than any bouee in 1 It 4 I The plaoe IS L tHartford Republican f FRIDAY NOVRMBRR 9 Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo I Tablo 3tim Tfect lIaatlll Jane Jlth 4 1IItJO nt DuoaINurih llnniiil dnulh llnnnil- NoUlila 46nm No Ill duellMa ri j- So I W ilool V p in No 11 iine M p m No la doe 33k p m So III tlaIIAI p in LiirHl FirlKlilii No 1W me 7iMani No IM due 80 p m K II VASMETM Unit HI We are really far you DODSON KING 1lverymens in nil colors at Carson I CotlNLuccape at 50 cts at Carson CoaqGood Blankets 50 cts at Carson ft ct at Cos Mrs Hattiett Stevens near Beaver Dim Is very sick I I Mr Charlie Turner has moved to Rev Bennetts farm Mr Tim Taylor has moved into the cottage near the college I IMrShelby Taylor has moved Into t 1tbe Tom Taylor property rt Prof S C Stevens Lexington called to see us yesterday You should see the Indies and chit den jackets at Carson Co I I Rev R D Bennett has moved Into the house vacated by Mr Shelby Tay Ir I White and Oak curtain polls with j wood fixtures at 10 cts at Carson Cos Pot anything in the Livery line call on Dodsod have opened their big stableIIEsq Jas A Park who has been i stationed at Hileya Mill Christian connty came home to give his p A provalto Goebelism Tues vIDen P RIugo was cal c l to llPMr1 Vednesday night by n I c telegram from Democratic headquatt era he otject not known i FOR SAutA farm ol 169 ecre good i blldings well watered Lying on i Rough Rive near Ross Ripple terms call on Larkln Williams cen1 ettown Ky I Sclircejerthcwell known Ihotojra pher is now at the Hartford wharj with hid Floating Studio We are i making Buttons at 250 each or two for 4oc Co JakiPboto8 nt 500 per I dozen They are wlce the biz of 4t Daisy Photos Qotqe and see us I SCURQiTBR pisos CURE I C O N SUMPTION Mr John Foster isthe guest of his ltmily this week- Ovicoata for the tat man the lean man and any kind of R man at Carson COII Mrs Sallie Bennet ol Beda was the guest ot relatives and friends in hartford last week Attention We have just opened up our new stable and arc now ready for you Give ua n call- DODSOK KING the Liverymen Mr Howard Hills who has been sojourning in Colorado for the put two yeais is visiting relathes near R G Corsets No 101 the ioo- qualltyat9rcts the No 115 the 85 a quality nt 75 cts Century corsets 40 cts at Carson Gos 0 Missrs James P Thomas O B Heavriu and Amos Carson ot Louisville spent a Sew days in Hartford this week the guests of relatives and friends Mr V G Bennett near town will leave next week for Rives Tenn where he will join the Rives Hunting Club end proceed to some point in Alkansasto spend tendayin hunting Shaver of the Shlnkel IlIIrIesse died Tuesday night aid was buried yesterday lie was one of Ohio county best cltiz ens and will be greatly missed Mr Alvls S Bennett special agent for the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company Louisville came home to vote Mr Bennett made the RKrunLlCAN a pleasant call while here TUB REPUBLICAN has n scholarship for sale in each of the following in stitutions West Kentucky Seminary Southern Normal and Bryant and Stratton Business College Any one desiring to attend any of these schools would do well to give us a call CoArAt the MM IJiijih Miller lank opposite Dr Millers Bank We aim to furnish n good supply of coal New tip public screens good road file loading place take in exchange ill kinds of horse feed such provis ions as we need and fruit nt Hattford price It M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66 Jno A ft BDQAR MILLER I Mr RuIns Uiitd was thrown from a horse wh ile on his way home Tuesda Irmu thctlfction and WAS b idly hurt HP was iHini fist when the horse stumbled aid tell throwing him and breaking his collar bone and leaving him otherwise irjurcd It is hoped that his irjuries will not prove ser- Ious i Mr Chortle Leach and Miss Annie Hughs Beaver Dam left Sunday for Rckport Ind where they were war IIccomplIis 0 f Serofula This root of many evils Glandular tumors abscesses pimples land other cutaneous eruptions sore ears Inflamed eyelids rickets dyspep sia catarrh readiness to catch cold and Inability to get rid of It easily pale ness nervousness and other ailments Including the consumptive tendency Can be completely and permanently removed no matter how young or old the sufferer Iloodi umapurllla was given the daughter of Silas Vcrnoojr Wavrartlnc N Y who hid broken out with scrofula sort all over tier fate and head The first bottle helped br- an when be had taken ilz the roM were all healed and tier face was smooth He wrltea that the hat never shown any sign of the scrofula returnlnir Hoods Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the promise Ask your druggist for It today and accept no substitute Davenport On their way home just North of town the pole ot the surrey broke innd the carriage became unmanageable and was upset in a ditch but no one was hurt From all indications the stock law has been defeated by an overwhelming majority however a very small vote was polled on this question compared with the vote in the gubernatorial race The farmers have decided that they do not want the stock law just now and will not have their stock confined In four years they can again vote on the same proposition It was generally believed that the law would be defeated consequently no one is surprised Mrs 0 R Tinsley died at her rest dence near Beda last Sunday night of cancer of the stomach Her remains were interred in the Alexander cemetery Monday afternoon in the presence of a large concourse of sor rowing friends Mrs Tinsley wfts the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Wcsbrooks ot near Bowling Green and avery congenial lady She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss together with a large circle ot friends In his misfortune Mr Tinsley has the sympathy his many friends throughout the country Mrs Tinsley was a faithful and devout Christian and Is now enjoying the blessings which she so fully earned Dyspepsia Is difficult digestion due to the absence of natural digestive powers A L Morton Doad The subject of this sketch was born on the old homestead near Hut ford Ills father was one of the old cut settlers of the county his grand lather was one of the company of men who came here to the old Hart Ford in 1798 The deceased was educated in the rural district school and at the age ol twentythree was appointed to fill an unexpired term as Circuit Coutt Clerk caused by the death oi his brother John P Morton In 1862 he was elected Circuit Clerk and was reflected for the two terms following In 1890 he was the Democratic now I nee for County Judge but was defeat ed by Judgejohn P Morton by a small majority He was married in Hardin county In 1872 His wife died on April 19 1889 Three children yet survive Mrs Marvin Bean Misses Bessie and Florence Morton all of Hartford brother Preston Motion was killed at the battle of Shiloh Dr J C Morton of Hartford Mrs Byron Chapman and Mrs C L Green of Mount Vernon III are the remain- Ing members ot the family that yet surviveHe for years a prominent Sac tor In the Democratic party in Ohio county An associate ol his says he was one of the best politicians that the county ever had He was a kind Indulgent husband and father a con sistent tmember of the Presbyterian church and a wan whom every body loved The iulerrment at Oakwood yesterday at 230 No Hope rr11 IQt17 for you said four different physi dans I still had sufficient left to try Dr Miles New Heart Cure as it was recommended to me I had suffered for years with heart trouble so bad was my case I was given to die several times Had severe palpitation short breath and much pain the heart fluttering and smothering spells but Dr Miles Heart Cure me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure Mrs J L Taylor Owen boro Ky DR MILES Heart Cureis sold by all drugslltlon guarantee first bottle or money Book on heart and nerves tent free Dr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind A GREAT DAYII Republicans Rally at Baizetown and- Cromwell Largo Crowds Greet Hon CM Barnott The Republicans demonstratid their determination overthrow Goebelism Largest crowd ever assembled at BTZrtown on a political occasion and the returns ot the elfCllon prove the result of Saturday Col Barnett made a telling speech He took up nation al politics and discussed them at length then comiug to Kentucky he showed that he was no less familiar with Stole issues He paid M splend id tttbute to Gov Taylor The occas Ion was a brilliant success in every sense of the wotd The Republicans made extensive preparations for the occasion having two cornet bands BAizttown and Taylor Mines to furnish music After the speaking had closed a large processions marched to Crom well led by the cornet bands 400 or 500 people assembled there to hear Mr Barnett Many ladles greeted the occasslon with their presence To briefly state the case it was the great est day that Baizetown and Cromwell ever erjoyed in the way of a political treat u Program mo For teachejs association and Read- Ing circle at Fordsville Saturday November the I7th 1900 10 to 1030 Devotional exercises 1031 Reading Circle woik W G Welborn President Chapter IV method In education primary Read ing MissDotia WesterGeld Advanced reading L W Godsey Chapter lXSpellingJ HSmlth Chapter X Object lessonMiss Btulah Coots and Miss Dora E Gib eon Chapter XtS W Crowe and T J MortonIntroduction to American Litera ture Chapter IVJ A Dull Chapter IXR D Head Chapter XMiss Cova Anderson Association work Prof O M Shultz conductor Means of securing punctuality J IBlackShould whispering be prohibited Wallace Rosson Current lIteratureJas DeWeese Business and adjournment J HAM BARNES 1 GILBERT HOLBROOK l Com CLAUDR SMITH r- FrORRNCB ROWAN j o A rich lady cured of her deafnses and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10 oooto his Institute so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the Eat Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York o Marriages Fonzey Embrey to Miss Elanory Milem Willie Nix to Miss Rebecca Ray menJames Spencer to Miss Ida Tilford Garfield Wedding to Miss Lue Ho hlmerJohn D Ward to Miss let Dooley Tim Daniel to Miss Eliza Spradley Scofield Mldkiff to Miss Maggie CoxIsaac Clark to Miss Polly Fralze Vincent W Hull tQ Miss Ira M McKernan Goerge W Pool to Miss Tula Rum mage Constipation means the accumula tion of waste matter that should be discharged daily and unless this is done the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the system Use HEROINE to bring about regularity of the bow eta Price 50 cts For sale by J H Williams 6 To Turn Search Light on Kentucky Returns Washington D 0 Nov 7ThereI- s great rejoicing in Washington over the election There never was any reasonable doubt of McKinleys re election but the fact that the defeat ot Bryan and Bryanlsm has been so significant is regarded as of the greatest importance as It ends Bryans dictatorship over the Demo cracy and prepares the way lot the partys reorganization on lines more really Democratic and more conservative The fact that Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota whose support of Agulnaldo in the Senate and his gen eral conduct was most irritating has been beaten and that Lentz the demagogue from the Cofutnbup 0 dUtrict has probably been defeated are most gratifying to all Repnbli cansThen the almost certain defeat of Bryan in Nebraska is considered as one of the most gratifying features of the election The later returns simply make the Republica n victory the more com plete and the departure of Bryan from public attention the more certain The only news that is at all unsat isfactory comes from Kentucky though Secretery Hratbl of the Res pnbllbau National Committee says the State is surely Republican- If Kentucky is declared as carried for Bryan the opinion here is that it will have been the result of stealing there is alrcady talk of Congres investigation of the election there and of preventing Blackburn from taking his lent in the Senate If you are suflenug horn drowsiness In the day time irritability temper sleepless nights general debility headache and general want ol tone 01 the system use HURBINE You will get relief and finally a cure Price 50 cts For sale by J II Williams a BAR DOCKET Ohio Circuit Court November Term 190O sncoNnDw 318 Comlh vs Win Hayden 3109vs Same 3179 VB John StClM- r3i8j vs Same 3183 vs Thomas Ross 3298 vs Ellis Roach c 3347 vs Tom Berry man 3348 vs Same 3349II vs Same 3350 vs Same 3351 vs Same 3384 vs Robert Dehart 3391II vs Henry Catter c 3392 j vs Same 3414 vs Elvis Blankenship 3418 vs Same 3432 vs Geo W Kendall c 3452 vs Thomas Carson 3475 4 vs Horace Hines 3480 vs Jordan Evans 3485 vs Len Curtis 3486 vs Same 3487II vs Same 3488II vs Same 3489II vs Same 3490 vs Same 349rII vs Same 3492 vs Same 3493II vs Same 3494II vs Same 3495II vs Same 3500 II vs E A White 3501II vs Same 3502II vs Same 3503I vs Same 3504 vs Same 3505 vs Same 3516II vs Same 357II vs Same 3508 vs Same 359II vs Same 3510 vs Same 3775a vs Caleb Wright c 35r4II vs M Likens 3520II vs Same 3524 vs Same 3525II vs Addis Austin 3526 vs Same TitIan DAY 3527 vs Same 3528 vs Same 3529II vs Same 3533 vs Warren Cnndifl 3532 vs Same 3533II vs Same 3540II vs Jim Burns 3341 vs James Guy 3546 vs Dan Hines 3548 vs Bud Heflin 3564II vs Chas Crusath 3566 vs James GuyJ3577II vs James Poole 3579 vs Forrest Poole 3581II vs Riley Peach 3581II vs Tom Han 3587 vs Clark C Slanter 3590 vs Same 3625II vs R P Her 3621 vs H D Armond 3620 vs Elsie Gray 3625II vs Ras Tilfoid 3689II vs John Shaver Co 3644 vs Willis Herald 3659II vs Willis lIar 3661II vs M Likens 3661h vs Robert Dehart 3725 vs Andrew Render 3684 vs John Patton 3699 vsWm Southard Co 3418 vsjoe Stratton 5419 vsSame 3691II vs George Russell 3691II vs Ernie R Robinson 3688II vs Jo Cravens 3700II vs M Likens 3701 vs Same 1702 vs Same FOURTH DAY 3768 II vs William Stone 3772 II vs Walter Samuels Jr 3727 II vs Brad Burton 3731 II vs Stanton Wtllonghby 3732 vs Perry Willonghby 3733 vs Same 3734 vs Same 3735 vs Wm Dehart 3737 II vs Same 3738 vs L P Crowder 3741 II vs Same 3742 vs Same 3750 vs Will Duke 3752 1 vs Same 3854 vs Same 753IIIvs R T Taylor 3760 vs Thomas Taylor 3761 II vs Rudy Jahn 3762 II vs Same 3763 IIvs Perry Willoughby 3764 IIVB Same 3765 vs Thomas Tatum 3773 vs Lud Grant Co 3775 IIVB Claude Slaughter 3780 vs Brad Burden 3781 vs Eijah Ciowc 3782 IIvs Same f784vsflrad Burden 1785vs Thomas Engler Tcni If your liver is out of order causing Biliousness Sick Headache Heart burn or Constipation take a dose of LIood PillsOn retiring and tomorrow your digestive organs will bo regulated and you will bo bright active and ready any kind of work This has been of others i it will be HOODS PILLS are sold by all medicine dealers 25 ate This picture b the tnide iiiiukoi SCOTTS EMULSION nml is 01 every bottle of SCOTTS 15MUI SION In the WorM which now amounts to inuny millions yrctily This great business lion grown tj such vast proportions Frsf Be vnse the proprietor have always been most careful it selecting tim various ingredient used in its composition namely tire finest Cod Liver Oil and the purest Hypophosphite- sSecontfBecanse they have sc skillfully combined the various ingredients that tire best possiblt results are obtained by its use TArtfBccause it has made so many sickly delicate children strong and healthy given hcaltl and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and healed the lunge and restored to full health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption sampleitsSCOTT 409415 Tearl Street New York Soc and Jioo all dnissisii 3786 vs Same J riETH DAY 3787 vs Marlon Likens 3i88II vs Same 3789II vs Frank Collins 3790 I vs Same 3791 vs Same 3793II vs R TTaylor Jr 3795 4 vs L PCrowder 3796 vs T L Griffin 3797II5vs Same 3805II vs Henry Weittaker 384 5vs Schofield Midkiu 38J5II vsjohn Moore 3806 vs Os Bowen others 389 5Vs James Espey 38roIt vs Tee Young 38rr vs James Espey 3813y Henry Whittaker 384y Fletcher Hardison 3818It VS Netter GiUtrap 3819vs Same 3820II vs Lem Taylor j82f vs Jas F Carson 3822y Saw e 3823I vs Same 3824It vs Quinton Her 3825 vs Same 3826It5vs Same 3827II vs B B Collins 3828 5 vs Same 3829It vs Same 383I vs Same 3831 vs Same 3832 vs Same 3833II VB Same SIXTH DAY 3834 vs Same 3835 vs Same 3836vs Same 3837 vs Same 3838 vs Wm Aultiuire 3839II VII Same 384f vs Same 3841 vs Same 3842I S Same 3843I vs Same 3844 vs Same 3845II vs Thomas Dutton 3846vs Netter Gilstrap 3847 vs Ii B Collins 3855It vs Alvin Porter 356 vs Lee Tilford 3857I vs R T Taylor Jr 3858 vs Same 3859 4 vs Alvin Ashby S6aI vs Same 3861 vs Same 3862 vs Wm Aultmlre 3863It vs Same 3863II vs hugh Daugh 3865 Ivs Willie Walker 3866I vs Sip Rhoades 3867a VB John Sharp 3868 vs J W Stlunctt 3869 vs Bob Hickey 3870vs Netter Gilstrap 3871 vs B fl Colllus 3872It vsJW Stinnett 3874 vs Thomas Tatum 3875 vs R T Taylor Jr 3873 vs Thomas Tatum All idiots And lunatic cases are set for the 6h day A copy attest S A ANDERSON Clerk By L I MORTON D C s Best for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cure you with out a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 cents to start retting your health back CASCARET3 Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations a aSMALLHOUSE Died at her home near Smallhousc October the 27th of pneumonia Mrs Rebecca Allenwlfe ol Mr FMAllen aged 47 yearsjmonths and I2daysller remains were taken to Waltons Creek church for burial alter the funeral which was conducted by Rev G H si i i = I OaGIAn Expensive uTip I is the one which you cut off and throwaway every time that youa smoke a Five Cent cigar is a nearly as much in making this end as all the rest of the cigar and- S a yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts aO it and throws it away You get 0- a all you pay for when you smok- eS a 0 Old Virginia Cheroots 0a 0a gt Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this g year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents T ae Iawrence and her pastor Rev E ID Maddox She leaves a devoted hus hand and seven children to mourn her departure two of whom are married Sister Allen was a good Christian woman and will begreatly missed in the church at home and in the community She professed religion at the early age of fifteen years and at the time of her death was acousitent member of the Smallhouse Babtist church The long procession o friends and relatives who accompa nied her remains from her home to its last resting place and the crowded house with its weeping and sympathetic friends truly testily to the love they bore for her The bereaved fam tly have the sympathy of oil In this sad hour of bereavement Mrs Jennie Balls and daughte An ale are both quite ill Mr Henry Wilhrow is still quite ill of cancer Miss Sarah Barnard is visiting Mrs W Tichenor who is quits sick Messrs M P Maddox and Jesse Lee and Misses Olive and 0ma Mad dox and quite a number of others at tended the rally at Hartford the 27th Mr Robert Hunter and daughter Mrs J C Drake accompanied by his sons R D and Eddie visited Mr S J Hawkins and family near Hartford on the 27th and atend ed the Democratic rally Mr Charlie Bullock and Mr Sam Morton have sold a lot oi hickory timber to Mr Hackett of Livermore Mr W C Bullock is building a new house Mr P L Wood and family of Ce ralvo visited Miss Maggie Hunter SundayMr D Maddox visited his pa rents Friday and returned to Beaver Dam Sunday Rev Edgar Maddox filled his regn tar appointments at this place Satur day and Sunday Mr John Drake is preparing to build a new house Mr Alonzo France Is building an nptto date dwelling house Mr and Mrs J C Bennett visited Mr Sam Barnard ot Hopkins county last Saturday and Sunday Three of Mr James Fulkersons children are sick Tim RKPUBUCAN has Ii scholarship In the Dryant Stratton Business College one in Southern Normal at flow ling Green and one in the Wtst Ken tucky Seminary Beaver Dam any one desiring to attend any of these iustU tutions would do well topurcbaccour scholarships A YOSTS RECEPTION I ThrooThousand People Hoard Him at Fordsvlllo tho 2nd The Greatest Political Meeting In the History of Fordsville i Last Friday was a great day for Fordsville A demonstration of the peoples interest in the fight lor civil liberty was to be made and well was it I doneBy the crowd began gathers tug from the surrounding country and neighboring counties and by noon fully three thousand people were in the streets of busy little Fordsville A parade and flag raising was the pro grom of the forenoon and speaking in the aftetnoou At 1050 the march- Ing column moved The march was made through the main thoroughfares of the town and at 1115 halted at the speakers stand where old glory was lifted one hundred feet into the air greeted by the loud and prolonged cheers of the multitude Most excel lent music was furnished by the Fords yule Glee Club and by the Leltchfield and Hartford brass bands I At I oclock Judge Yost mounted I the speakers stand and immediately alter the band played Old Kentucky j Howe began what many declared j to be the best speech ever delivered in Porsvllle Enthusiasm ran high and the speak er was frequently interrupted by out bursts of laughter and applause not withstanding his request to the contrary The speaker said that he was an old time Democrat that he believed I in sound money expansion and civil liberty in Kentucky which were the paramountquestions before the nation and Kentucky lIe said that for the J last four years he had done guerrilla work but tiring in that he had cons cludtd to join the regulars and fight for the rights of his countiymen Ills speech was stong logical and convincing and delivered in that hap py manner characteristic ot the speak er Judge Yost strengthened the the cause and made for himself many warm friends Hon Robert A Woodsof Louisville followed in a strong discussion of tho national iss- uesSouthern RailwayThrough tIght flct Southern Htata- gKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR- GIA and MISSISSIPPI S 84M llllwt Threr filly Tralniltetwwn Louts Yille and Lexington UbMrrfttlon Chair Can Trllinoloye anti arrlre Iool TllIi from Seventh trwt Union I cpot connection with trains ofthi Illpoli Central ItaUrond end L H St L H II ForInformation adds A WBEDOX P T A 2IS 4th Aye Loobrlll- Wu H TATLOK Amlitont a P A LoaUrUl WasblngtoaW Illinois Central Railroadrlint and Most Popular llonte to Memphis New Orleans AND ALl POINTS IS IWANHAB TEXAN MEXICO AND vLIroIlNIm Iii llfrhtfdVMtlbnM Trains with Can oilman Kleeiwn and Free Ilfcltnlnjr Chtsa Crslemphli and New Oilcan Pullman Taortrt O Farm Lonlirllle erp 7 Thursday nlnhtnand rn brongh to California via New Orleans and th oath Pacific Honwt Itonte Double berth rat rom LouliTlll to San FrancUco on eM propor onateljr low rates to Intel mediate point The Truo Winter Routo to California No BUzzards Cold Weather Snow- Blockades For particulars write to J n Hollli Traveling iiMenRer Agent lor I C II It LonUrlll Ky tio a k him to send you a copy of the Southern lorn HwkcnUnlde which U replete with Inter sting InforraatlonconrrrnlnR the Southern tent orr It will be mailed you the Bra md third Tuesday of IIg month iioaSeeker lIket are told to Southern and Southwestern olnt nt Special how Hate jrood to return within wentyon days from date of sale Liberal stop onr arrangements A H HANSON G P A CZXXCOO TTTTfTOaB 17 A KELLONDA G F A zorcvz T educate Your JlowU With CatearaU Candy Cathnrlllcure Constipation foreier druggistarsfund moner lmhiVNIwimNmWmNl A FREE PATTERN I2 your own selection to every tab ncilbcr Oal SO cents a year CALl5AMAGAZINEV A LADIES MAGAZINE A teauiIIl coiord pIst funIOIdskgt-a =orkiboeshoIdhiiicloasc Ie espyLalt5 Stylish Reliable Blsipie1pto- in date Economical Abootut PerfKtFlttlag Paper Patt- ernsMCALLT I BAZAR ATTERNS g NoSeamAIIowutCf Patterns Onlf to ani i U vwh blb rf w AU for Ihen Sold In newly twy city ud lowa or by mali Ir m i THE McCALL CO 3i 131148 Wilt I4lh 81 NwYrt wMtwmMwMwFwM1a Bests tb itt Kind Yot Hare WwariBotjIit Blpst1l 41of fI TilE MOSr EXGIFING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- GvsryboJy must have a Dilly Papsr The Campaign- Cffer of 100 From Now to Nov 15 t made bJ THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and Impartial dally In tIme South REGULAR RATIS On month5OcThreomoaths3125She Twelve Months S300 T Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST r Louisville fcy L i A7cCcfabePrcparationrorAs i IIIstoilating flngth5tnmiwJa1iiBowclsof ula PmnotesDgcsllonCbxrM rcasandRcstContalnsnciUer OlUffiNorpblnc nor lIincral NOT NARCOTIC n zbX7w otdnsilaWY7rR lrflJ I lionSourSlomachDiarrhoca Worsss ConvulsionsFcverish I ucsscnJLo5sFSLEIIrcsk1c I I NFV YORJC tCACT copy or WRAPPCR Jj I I- CASIO RU For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORI I L Nr eUTAU COMPaNY NIW Y0 Cfl- I f = fSAVESTARTIN fStar tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of fs tagI norse Shoo J TM Good Luck Cross Bow and W TWingwoman and child can find something on the list that they would Jf like to have and can haveJIIF EEwI TOIia 23SII rub Genuine KnlTci lid nOL W 10TSOl 4 CWWi 8 t Knife Fort lid Spoon 21 u Oon leVtheKno bt r GOO I Salt and Ifrrr Sot oe each quad U licrolrf automatic double acoiM ruple plate on white SO f e French Utar Wooc1 rip 21 N oasaltberlr OW1lIW hollow lrf011Dd 11110 Eugilib Toilet bet decCste4 porcelau Cr7 r1 o2emlnoofllflo4florSca1lbeO l W r lOS10 tampllozteltnaIlTe 0 0ddorabl1000II KIf 10 010 5 U Sewing ble nrI cao with all IJ liUlCbe KIIItC Keen hiater Ia attacliment liedW15I1O W r f iiJ IS Beau Bill XIUol jI iliO lIS lt4oiln Ten baDdeoom 36 AIsifli CIGCk nickeliU 34 Wincheier Repeating bic4 Ouaiiuol lImmufC- Of 1f r beet rIted good SG ISbot Oun llemlnato uoub blrelS1 JrobndJce j fI THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900 tvniAIl IX ailXIl that a dlnci worth offSTAR PLUC will last lonicr nod afford more pleaaure than a dlma wants ofaa other brand T ivr A crrri IPUB TEST I TSend tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St LOLls Mo CREAMYVORMS r UMtlaQuutlty Dell ID Quail For 20 Years Has Fctl all Worm Remedies EVERY sOoX CY AXX D UGooGESrIJr prcd by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis TIME AND systemsSPACE cumference of Old Earth in longerforeignlire next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowIf we read TilE CHICAGO RECORDwhose Special Cable Correspondents are locatcd ia trery important city in the world outsidn of the United States Vo 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 are shaking the nationsof wars and rumors of warsot the threatening dissolution of old govern mcnts and the establishment ofnesvof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the nptoilaiAmerican PO Cr 3lzl5IlIchelnAYJLtflW 01 huroKon tho rcverso nWe ulll be mafled to nay address frcool iroSccntnumiHtoSSUinfficovers I Wur1 4ddreis Tut cwcuo Utcutiu Tht aa4ton street Cio lrt1AnIKIIMDU1 = DR TAL BUCK V I I i A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAl and I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO aL Hartford Republican I FRIDAY NOV1M r ER 9 POINTED PARAGRAPHS The mql4en baud ul hope is a husband truly No lovesIThe error of a moment may become the sorrow of a lifetime The front parlor is the most popular of all court rooms Thete are no flies on Father Time He is always on the fly The most effective blows are delivered in the guise ol kind words The female elephant is known the size of her trunk Men sometimes make money 1 money never makes men When a man is a brut he is Ii most loathsome of all brutes Much of the charity that begins abroad never reaches home Marriage is ometimes an and sometimes Its a disillusion There is but one man in all- is the world that interests the girl who in ove aud if till the others were to suddenly drop out of if she wou dnt miss them Chicago Nwi4 Boys Pranks Proved Fatal I Btwood Ind Nov 4 A the suIt of small boys pranks on Hallow ten night Joseph tbe three earold child of Michael McLaughlin a plate glass worker met a horrible death yesterday An outhouse was turned over and bad not been lighted The child was left in care of an eldersitt tr while tbe mother went to a neigh bors and walked into an open vault It was an hour before the lad v found and he was dead S TRIAL TREATMENT B B FREE Cures Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism and All Blood Troubles The Botanic Blood Bltu R B D teatment for impure blood ndbkln disease is now rtcngnized as a sure ind certain cure for the most advanced stages ol cancer eating sores eczema itching sUn humois scabs or scales syphilitic blood poison Ecrolula ul cvrH push telt eruptions pimples bolls tche and pains in bjnes joints tar blck swollen glands lisinus and bumps 0 the rkin rheumatism Iarrh oran form ol skin or tic Disen3 Men women and chidi en are I einir cuied in every State by Botanic Blood Balm for purifying the oii ard ex pel linn the germs and humors row the entire MMtm leaving the skin liee from eruption 8i 4f rosv with vMtnce e l pure licit blood No sflitr need longer d C- Sitthelp is at handno milter how many discouragements you maj ave met with Botanic Blood Balm It ft B rures petmanently and quickly Tosathf tbe doubters twill give to any sufferer a trial treat went nbsnlutely free so that they may trat this roncertiil n weiy B nBHoUinic Blood Bjlm sold by all dtbe totes with complete cir ectlens be home trentmntforSt per large bottle Kr ree trial treatment address Blood Palm Co 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga and Trial Treatment will be DescribetOver 3 ooo voluntary testimonials of thorouilyM In Memory Of little Joe the infant son 01 W F and Annie Stevens who departed this life September the 22d 1900 aged 2 yearF God has sought to take from us our precious little Joe He was a sweet little fbwer but he will bloom no more on earth but he will bloom in heaven He is only shining on that faithful blessed shore to welcome the bereaved below Weep not dear parents for your little son is only a bright fhining angel to lead you onto that eternal shore Though your home be sad and lonely look up to Him vvho doeth all things well He has left a vacant place in our home that never can be filled Thy little leet has wearily trod the dark path pays of earth are now troddlng the ILYONsl 1i TRADE I SYRUPI NATUREGCUfl- CFOHCONSTEFIT9N I d Is made from th choicest extracts off InJUriousj BiIJOUSnessJSlcJ makes the complexlrn clear 1 If you do not liUs It tatter than an youUrugglstAn Ideal remcdy for children as well as adults sale by druggists at soc per bottle lhrC2IYItKr 1 A 11 4 IIll A CO HnlMli llr TICIIrntyHyJ WHY HE CURES I The OrcateU SixrlalUt or the Time Olne Every Case Ilia Varnoiial Attention aloe doctor hare a certain number IherlaIlIatllawal oTcrlCaco ltrraicde pa itatotItoted uneII1 uptrrtlonforeacbea NotiropmpltanallKtfd b y110n1w01opln MIUS CTCfl fflt earce rurall IlDr Hathaway u a tivctal U t In the bet t aonwot the treat piIand hospital and Ira uponrootSpeciallyTreated pllre cainyrd by any pciall UnaCo Ihloonl DIItba aIreiIan4un1r n1 IlD1teExclulro orbyor blsremedieaaC be talooweti aware of IbWI h1JllutDiseases bcurlMotch ctarlM eteand not only tftnrrt tile kln hendl to lr natural rondltl nbntti rartCn diei fTmInnU and- rIeteidrITenfrom MIll the iritrm and all UiUwlUjout or dannrout drnnllli treatment ot Varlcocelo and andcttrletnretlim4hnd mrlIdnl J lbontbt of olrallono hoool111 or lnttnatnienUandfn ufe nnir nwlnrlng organ to a condition of porfrrt normal newKidneymlcasCS rwadon to nmpecl KIdney Imullnar teveryonee nn nlfornrn n L lUthawnriine haFREEIthll book wlU be Rllt freato a anyone hof hi name enI Li Dr lieu cjFREEIthar TIje 0 mal J NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Dr Ilathatrar 5 Core nnnaxTiox golden sttctH where puling is morelor jour little one is gone just across river where the faithful part no more sWeeppone to restfor God called him home asflr He thought best Little Joe has now left us And gone to that bright home BThe angels now ore tinging and Ku sickness can come How we will visa the little oneIII tlirjtats tucrni Yrt we know that Goo hrs ca edI hint To tnnl bright rnd h ppy h m Now onr home is srd and lonely bough the light cl it has gone But we know that we cn meet hi When God comes to claim hit own MATTIB STKVGNS Was Modest DOMorseJlt5t1tuont is dry any chance er me t ttin a jb in de Legislatur dis term I dont know whit do you Iecl Nuthin mo suh don tIe nher l ttlislatuts titnSJOUlllD ham a alOl itk Pill floA if D ci43fUSiDt loot 14 Merit ifffor 5 Alphabet of Success The following alphabet is prlti on a nrat card and hung up in cc houses and and places of resort in Greit Britain Attend carefully to the details ol your business Be prompt in all things Consider well then decide positively Dare to do right fear to do wrong Endure trials patiently Fight lifes battle bravely manfully Go not into tbe society ol the vic lous Hold integrity sacred Irjure not anothers teputatlon 01tr business Join hands only with the virtuous Keep your mind from evil thoughts Lie not lor any consideration Make few special acquaintances Never try to appear what you nrc not Observe good manners Pay your debts promptly Question not the veracity ol a friend JSacrificeTouch not taste not handle not intoxicating drinksrUse your leisure time for improve meat Venture not upon the threshold ol wrong Watch carefully ovrr your passions It IonnXend to every one a kindly saluta Yield not to dlscnumgciiif Zealously labor lor the right AntI tuccess Is certain on Not In EvidenceI Lean on me murmured th fat i lover tenderly The lady looked at his incredul ously Where1 she asked In urin tic 1 nble Mirprlsc Ior every cinplbil J in wjtwaI wI fd lyforVi lIe Journal Whero It Endod etoHome was a bachelor I belkve sle sciti heatillything would have been lost tn the hid if he hid married belcre he WI TIc it Then they fame out from behind H I pilros Chicago Times Herald w Take the REPUBLI 1 haAN01 MARl ELEVEN POOR BUYS John Alnnia second President wa the son of n groMr nl very in idernte mean The only stirt he had war t good education Andrew I cVson was born in a 1 g hut in North C miln i anti was rUled n the pine wood fur which the State- si famous James K Polk pent the earlier ears ohis Hie helping to tug n liv Ing out of n new farm in North Cito linn He was Afterward clerk in a country store Millfud Iillmore was the son of a New Y rk tinnier nnd liii home was a humble one He learned the business of a clothier James Pucbanan was born In It mall town in the Alleehiny moun andloruilt the hiusc in what was then u wildeinessAbraham Liccjln was the fon of wretchedly pxxr farmer in Kentucky tad lived in a bit cabin until be war n years old npprenllcedlIIeM a at th nee ol ten by hir vidoive in thtr He was never abli 1 attend schulau1 picked up all he e ucati1 he ever had I UyssetS Grit live1 the life tit i viiuce tnv in n pniu h me on the Sinks III the Ohti river until he Wf 7 tfa8 i f ifv James A Gaifi Id vas bnn in a 111 cabin He worked on the firm uulil crpennoters the trade ie afterward worked on a canal heGrover Clevelands fithet was a Presbyterian minister with a small ilary and a large finally The boys ad to earn their living William home was I T1ainwas able to keep him at school Rocky Mountain NewsMInfant mortality is something fightlul Nearly one quarter die be rt they reach one year one third be lIOn they are five aud one hall b ioit they are fifteen The ti tuely useol Will tE S CR1AM VERMIFUGE wiuld stvea mrj irity of these pre bymProof Positive nThlAt man n plied the great de t ctive ill undoubtedly a vrgctaiun of the mot pronounced type HIW do you nuke thdt out queried his friend- x Ob thit8 dead easy replied the g dhHe has carroty hair reddish uhteks a turu up pore anda sag t NII i What Was the Uso f outLittle SjriWitb n hauiuur When hA good while ago edJ didnt hear you cry II otN mother I thought you wen ut Stray Stories Population of tho United States Sad Nows Stop a Long Trip Denver Colo Nv 5 Overcome with grief Miss Jennie Conroy II eautilul girl 17 years of age sat soft y ueeping in a sleeper on a Ri Grande Western train ut the Union depot this morning For many yearr he has lived happily with her moth a widow and an elder brother in Eikhuit lad Miss Conroy hm twe brothers in Elkhatt but one la mat ledWe have no relatives she said excepting my grandmother who if 86 years old and lives in Sacramento I The old lady whose name is Mrs A R Wise has been feeling very poorly all summer About a month igo she wrote her daughter MrsI ennie Conroy that she was no long y able to take cane of herself and bked that Miss Jennie be ent to Sac ramento to accompany her to daugh ters home Just two days from the time the girl kissed her mother goodl by she received the following I in OmahaeiMiss Jennie Conroy enroute Sacaramento via Rock IslandVonp died to day Return at once TOD Tod is her brother The conductor her train said the girl broke down completely and it was necessary toe til the road physician PIMPLESMT wire had IImIe oil hcracebut 1ehighof I trM Oormantowa Ato PnlladclpltU Pa CANDY CATHARTIC TSAOI MAcs RIOIirtKU lrlcanl ROPS1with esgetabli cored CM IntltI at leant wOthlM or all urmptoma reraoT Testimonial and TFH treatment fe- eLL9UUS ZOILhsex EAtlanta Os Skin DiseasesWhen the excretory organs fall to carry off the waite material from the system there Is an abnor Biul aoidThisBezeniaTriterWhile the skin is the seat of irritation the real disease is in the blood Medicated lotions and fal1hfullycontinuedI me disease is more than skIn deep Ihe entire clrcuiailoi is polsoiei digestionanllS S S natures own remedy made of roots herbs and barks of great and tonical properties quickly and normalhcoitltycurlS none to nfcrmentln the blood ant cause a frrahaUck SoS freely Skin liiea c mil be sent free upon application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA QA 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