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Gunboat is Especially s Adapted for Chinese Waters Strongthonlng Am orient Forces In Disturbed Waters Bad news continues to come from Minister Conger and the America naval force In the Pel Ho river has been ordered to be reinforced The minister hai cabed that the fclluMIon was worse at 1eltin and this statement taken In connection with Ad miral KcmpQs alarming cablegram announcing that an engagement had begun decided the State Department to strengthen the naval forces nearest the scene of trouble- Accordingly a cablegram was sent to Admiral Kemey at Manila directing him to dispatch at once to Admit al KempfTs command the gunboat Helena or II that craft is not at Ma nila and ready for immediate serv ice then some cralt of corresponding light draught and power The put pose is to place nt Admiral Kempfls disposal an efficient war ship capable of ascending the Pel Ho River as tar as Tien Tsln- Admiral Kempfla flagship the Newark drawing 23 feet of water can not ascend the river safely beyond the Taku forts near the entrence but the little Helena drawing only feet can safely ascend to Tien Tam III forty miles above She WAS designed for service in these rivers and so is likely to prove much more effective than any other of the foreign warships which can pass the Taku forts and reach Tien Tsln H ULNAS ADVANTAGES She carries a battery particularly adapted to dealing wltn such half organized mobs as the Boxers Be sides her eight 4inch rapidfire guns she carries four 6 poundtrrapllfirtrs Sour i pounder rapidfircrs two colts and one 3Inch rapidfire gnn She Is commanded by Commander Udwln K Moore and her complement is made up ol ten officers and 166 men lit view of the service ahead of her It Is expected that Admiral Remey will add to this one or two companies- of marines It is gathered from Admiral KempfTs advices that Boxers are about to attack Tien Tsin so that the Helena will be a particularly wel come addition to the foreign fleet in that part ol China If she leaves Manila at once she should reach Taku next Sunday night or monday morn lug Secretary Hay cabled Minister Conger at Pekin an authorization to call for reenlorcements trout Admiral Ceinpfl nnd to make such disposition of his naval forceas he deems proper to protect American Interests gener allyThe administration is still determined that the United States Government shah continue on its Independent course respecting the Chinese situation though willing to go as far as pos lble to aid in the restoration of peace and order in China There fore Admiral KempQ has not been Instructed to join the other naval commanders In the Pet Ho River in concerted action MISSIONARIES IN PERIL The friends ol the American mis lonarlcs in the disturbed zone in China are becoming alarmed and the State Department is beginning to feel the pressure ol their efforts to adopt an aggressive policy To day inqul les were made as to the reason jo- tThe Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Dltcoverer of SwamjKwt at Work la Eli Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing inlhls country most dangerous because so decep tive Mny sudden deaths are caused by lIbcl1dlseu pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease K trouble Is allowed to ad vaniovine kldneypolsined blood wjllattack the vital organs ort o kidneys themselves break down and waste way cell by cell Then the richness of the blood tle albumen Jeaks out an the sufferer lias Bright Disease thewont form of kidney troubled Dfs Ijmes swamp the new dIs- covery js the true speclde forkldney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free bymall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer It Co Blnghamton N Y and mention this paper passive attitude of the United States naval forces in Chinese waters while the Russians are reported to have promptly sent out military expedi tions from Pekin for the rescue of Russia French and Belgian subjects whose safety was jeopardized It was argued that the United States marines should have been likewise dispatched to the assistance of the American nils slonarles at PaoTinglu The departments answer was that Minister Conger being on the scene was better prepared than anyone here to adopt relief measures fur which he had already received the sanction of the department in the shape ol a general authorization to prelect American interests which of course meant American lives among other things It also was questioned whether the very small force of ma rines at the ministers command conldbeused to make a march througli bostil country and away rom its base In that case the United States legation the only refuge In the event of an outbreak in Pekln would be un sale for American refugees as well as for the lack of a suitable guard GERMANYS COURSE Berlin June 6 German official clr cles continue to regard the Chinese situation as grave This is shown by the additlanal number of marines Ilandedlorns the Iltta and frotutht large protected cruiser Hertha bearing the commander ol AdImlrnlReports have been received In offi cal quarters thfttrallway construction In Shan Tung lisa been forcibly stopped by the systematic attack of large numbers of members of the Black Knife secret society In Shan Tuna similar to the Boxers As Indicating the importance attached to crisis In China by State Department officials the armistice reported to have been requested by I Gen Duller at Laings Nek is attribut ed to orders from London intended toI gjwe his forces from further execution as they may be needed immediately In the stUart Thisjs perhaps mere speculation but It Is ingeniously shown that these troops within a days ride from Durban where fast transports could be quickly loaded are the nearest seasoned English forces to China and if British soldiers are re quired at TienTain they would naturally be drawn first from this point NAVY DKPARTMRNT ACTING Norfolk Va June 6 That the Navy Department means to assemble an emergency squadron with a more important olject than to merely as certain how quickly tblsmay be ac complished is evident here tonight It is learned from naval souces that inquiry has been made as to how soon a formidable fquadron may be coaled nnd incidentally how quickly two battleships may be supplied with IIDOO tons of coal each This last inquiry Is believed by na wal men to indicate the purpose of the department tQ dispatch two of our largest warships on along voyage which they believe will end at a Chinese port They point out that in the Orgon Newark Brooklyn Baltimore Marietta and other ships now at Manila we have a squadron about as powerful as the one which we had at Santiago and that the sending of at least two more of great battleships to the Pacific waters or that a strong demonstration Is in tendedSeveral officers here have been as signed to ships which will be In the emergency squadron and they have hurried away tojoin their new commands One ol these Lieut Brain ned who was superintending the preparation of the torpedo boat Strlgs ham for he trial trip proceeded to day to League Island to join the Massa chusetts nATIL1tIII tvS GETTING READY Philadelphia June GUnder or ders Iron the Navy Department the battleships Massachusetts and IndU ana at the League Island navy yard are being parepared forsea The or ders pWe no clew as to what set vice tile ve sets may be called into the notice to Commander Casey being simply gtt the ships ready andrils pat bthem as soon as possible to Hampton Roads where th y are to await further orders The war ships were piloted put of the reserve basin around to the Delaware Riv trom where preparations for departure were fluShed Both vessels were practically ready to go to sea when orders came having been thoroughly overhauled at the Bropkjy navy yard before their arrival iiere j The two veascJs2e loaded rwith enough coal to make a trip across the Atlantic and they contain large supplies ammunition1 There are 120 men in reserve crew of each ship the balance of the compienientlof 405 sail ors and eighty marines having been distributed among various naval sta tions after the vessels reached here from Brooklyn The lull crews were filled out with the 525 urn who came here on the frigate Hartford from Hampton Roads and the other details ordered here I from New York and Boston The Hartford men include 400 landsmen I who have just bten brought around from San Francisco Recruits were also taken from among the sixty landsmen and apprentices on the receiving ship it League Island SITUATION GROWING WORSE Pekin June 5 The situation Is growing steadily worse Uvents move with such rapidity and affairs owing to the excitement of the natives are so critical that the foreign ministers hold frequent meetings They feel the need ol a free hand for energetic action without a perpetual reference to the home governments- Sir Claude MacDonald the BrltUh minister is writing for seventy five more mahrines Native employes who have return ed front Feng ral say they lift the Boxers openly drilling in theadja cent village Astrong imperial e Uct lssncd this evening censures the cowardliness of the impertial troops and others the vlcerory of Pe ChlLI and Gen Jung Lu immediately to suppress the BoxersThe ministers at to days meeting discussed the proposition for a special audience of the Knpress Dowager but no decision was reach ed JAPANS WARLIKE MOOD Victoria B C June 6 E R Hall in a Utter from Tien Trio gives a description of the beginning ol the Boxers movement in Shantung About the end of April he says a convert under the care of the Amen can Presbyterian mission arrived at Chinan with a report that Boxers had taken possession of a nearby inn all Ingress to which had been barred Peeping through the gates of the inn yard he saw within their yellow flag with the red border their long poles pointed with iron and the cart bear Ing their gods which they take when they go on marauding parties When the convert gave the alarm the Governor summoned the troops They hurried to meet the Boxers A battle was then fought It lasted two hours and twentyone Boxers were killed Advices brought by the Empress of China report that the belief grows in Japan that before long there will be war with Russia A great many of the Japanese and foreigners in Japan are of the opinion that an understand- Ing exists that when the military are mobilized for the big demonstration In the fall hostilities will probably be begun Many Japanese papers have articles based on this report When the natives attacked the Brit ish trt afcat Wel Hal Wel the Chinese regii4t wounding Capts Penrose and Ferlere two Chinese officials were captured by the rioters They have been since held and it is reported tortured on the ground Thefioters allege that the twain sold the territory at Wel Hal Wet to the British without the knowledge of the Emperor RUSSO JAPANESE MENACE Shanghai June 6 Alarming re ports ate current here of the hurried completion of the mobilization of the Japanese fleet The Russian Minister at Pekln M deGlers has made another attempt to induce the Chinese Foreign Office to formally request Russian assistance to restore order but the ofler has not yet been accepted Violent dissensions are reported to exist between the Chinese commander inchief of the force Jung Iunnd Prince Ching Titan who In accord ance with the wishes of the Dowager Empress Is strongly supporting the cause of the Boxers The mobs who murdered the Eng lish missionaries Robinson and Nor man mutilated and disemboweled the bodies The station at VanTin three miles from Pekin has been burned The British Mlniste Sir Claude M MacDonald is reported Jo be quite ill The soldiers dispatched to attack the Boxers have fought an engag ment quite close to Pekin Many were killed on both sides In consequences of the representas lions of Japan tile landing of a large Russian forcfe at Taku is alleged to have been stopped It Is believed here that should Rus all persist in sending a preponderant military force to the front a collision with Japan lllinivitablyresuitI1- 0RRldsRks LEAVING FEKIN London June 6A special from Shanghai hated June 6 says the members of the majority of the lega lions at Pekin including the members of the British legation are sending their families away tt Is also said that several prominent Chinese red j dentate leaving the city There is an unconfirmed report that I two Rusajnenglneer have been mur deriahYu Chow Fu northwest of of Port Arthur afterthelr wives had been criminally assaulted t Thetotal damage done tothe Chit nese rallroadsby the Boxers1 is now estimated at 3000000 IAdvicereceived from Japan say the Cabinet presided over by Marquis Vamagata has resigned and the Em peror has invited Count Matsukata Mrsajoslii to form a new Cabinet but he declined and Marquis Ito is now endeavoring to form acoalition minis tryAffairau China are gradually work ing up a crisis of the first magnitude Tbe morning papers comment at length on the report that the British naval strength in the disturbed reg Ions is inferior to that of other powers StreMic laid on a cablegram to the Times declaring that not one Boxer has yetJjeen arrest or punished rOHKICNIRS MURDnRRD Tien TBln June 6 The Cbinesi servant of a niegian engineer who left PaOiTiag Fu two days alter the Belgians saw five foreign and two Chinese dead bodies in the Grand Canal one being the body ol aforclgr woman A bti plncard threatens the- exterminatlonbr the foreigners here on June 6 It is rumored that the boxerflani Catholic Christians fnugb at Tung lit on Tuesday three Christsans being killedOne hundred and thirty one British thirty one German fifty French and forty five Itqllan marines have arrived here These re enforcements render Tien Tsln recure CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the ASignature of The Paris Democrat In defending the Gobel election law says It was to the Democrats a political ne cessity Such a law had to be enact ed or else the control of the State had to be given over permanently to the opponents of the Democratic party This Isa brutally frank statement and is a confession thpt this hideous law Is all that its opponents charge a corrupt machine to steal elections and retain the Democratic party in power Blood Poison Curod by B B B llollle Free lu Niiffrrer Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucuous patches in the month Sore Throat Eruptions Eating Sores Bone Pains Swollen Glands Still Joints Copper Colored Spots Chan cres Ulceration on the body Hair and eyebrows fall out Is the skin a mass of boils pimples and ulcers Then this wonderful B B B specific bodyIntofrom eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B drains 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Dont neglect the first warnings of stomach The use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which is a medicine for the cure eases of the stomach and of di ninetyelghtcmanent cure The percentage of cures is based on actual figures and facts re corded jn the treatment of hundreds of thousands sick people The Discovery always helps It almost always cures 1 wAi troubled with IndlfMtloq for about two JutIaettaUtahrtmedlei DIIt to nil syall until I wrote to lad you told toe what todo iuuiTerdwith a thougitithstttwoutdiU sudIdonthavebottlMof Dr rlema Golden Medical Ditcottrr md two vial of bla Iicaunt Ftii ti cu joe The PeopleaCommon Sense Medical Adviser containing 1008 pages and over I 700 is selfreeon rof stamps to coye expense of mailing only Send onecent for ox I of mailing cloth boundvolume shown or 21 stamps for the a I book in covers Address D R V Pierce Buffalo N Y WERE TURNED DOWN How Jack Chinns Agents Failed in Plans THEY WENT TO INDIANA APOLIS Wanted the Democrats to Denounce Gov Mount Hooslor Politicians not Ready to bo Dravfa Into Such aN Trap ind Utoorod Clear 1IAKM NOT NrKOMIJ jKXOCail The following telegram from Indi anapolis appeared in Sundays Louis ville Commercial- It has just become public here that two of the Jack China tribe of Demo crats journeyed all the way from Ken tucky to the Indianapolis convention In order to Induce the Indiana Democrats I to pass a resolution condemning Gov Mount or his refusal to extra dite Secretary of State Finley- ItI Is said here that the resolution was actually drawn up in Kentucky and sent here by special messenger Chairman Ralston was captured be fore he reached Indianapolis and ins TheIthe newspapers before the convention convened Mr Ralston was assured by the Kentucky contingent that a resolution embodying a similar position would be embodied The speech had not been delivered ten minutes when it was discovered that a hornets nest had been stirred up on that issue The Jack Chlnn men And a few sympathizers on hand worked hard to stem the opposition The resolution condemning Mount as agreed upon was delivered to the commltte on resolutions and an earn est appeal made in Its behalf but it died a bornln The better element gave the crowd to understand that such a resolution would lose the Dem ocratic ticket 10000 votes next fall They said It was generally known that Gov Taylor was fairly elected and had been robbed and was now being pursued simply because he was elected and called into question the Goebelites right to rob him IadWatks Hrtlti CUM t horns with out Book of par OPIUM tlenUn II L M WOOLUVco 1M Xttb Trjti Ik p The Democrats have all along con tended that they have been proceed ing under the forms or law Will they have the hardihood to claim that the indictment against Governor Taylor was procured and reported accord- Ing ttllaw 4 To accommodate those who are par tial to the use of atomizers in apply ing liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles the proprietors prepare Elys 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shovel cost 6 c more last year than In 1896 Corn was 14 cents a bnshel higher so that the farmer could buy two shovels last year and the only additional cost would be his extra profit on two bushels corn Even then be would ctlll hive a cent let to put In the babys bank r I A man leqrnes a great many things from his children until th yget old enough to know as little as he docs g It Is funny to listen to the theories of unmarried men regarding the man agement of womeu Educate Your IJoweU With Cascants Candy Cathartic constipation forever OeZIc If 0Co O jaIl drurclata refund moae7 I u IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable ICATARRH OF THE STOMACH IRabbi David Klein 620 E Main street Columbus 0 writes tho following to Dr Hartman In regard to Poru nit It affords mo great pleasure to testify to tho curative merits of your medicine rernna if a welltrled slid widely used remedy Especially as a specific for catarrh of the stomach It cannot be excelled Poruna will do all that is claimed for it Rabbi David Klelifc People affllotod with oatarrh of the stomach complain of lassitude alltired out their blood becomes thin nervous system deranged food seems to do them no good continuous and in crossing weakness The unfortunate CALIA P I Morel 6 1900Mr S D Bennett Beda Ky Dear Uncle As I have not heardfrotn you for some time I will drop you a few lines I am well at present and hope that this will find everyone the same We are on the northern part of the Island Panayl The natives are supposed to be friend ly but they are not We have had several skirmishes with them lately On the zist day of February Co C left this place for a three days march to the interior We were well treated The first two days we passed through several little towns and many places we were met by native bands In the most of towns there is a priest and they were always more than friendly They often see us coming and would have water carried out to us There were white flags hanging from the windows of each house that a native lived and often one could hear a native utter the word uucnit AMIGO AMAZCANOK which meant they were friendly to the Americana On the third day was where the fun came in We were up and had breakfast at 4 oclock At 430 the bugle sounded assembly and everybody was in ranks ready tot another march We march ed until about 9 oclock not a white flag had been seen and but a few na tlves every place seemed to have been deserted no one took any particular notice to the surroundings thinking that everything was alright While crossing a little river we were fired on by about 500 natives who were well entrenched and had plenty of ammu nition Thcie were 600 bolo men in addition to the 500 riflemen They had some kind of a rapid firing gun but they did not do anything with it We fought here for four solid hours Llet Bowles being in command of the company got shot We saw that we were being surrounding last and we only had too rounds of ammunition at thejitart and by this time we were running short and was compelled to retreat They had us so near surrounded we found It a little difficult to get out had we been minutes later they would have badus where they wanted us and perhaps we would have been there yet We got out of this place hdvanced about two miles when we were fired upon again by a small force from the bushes A few shots were fired in return which silenced Victim wonders why he should bees weak why his food gives him no strength why his blood should be so thinMr Alex Carter of Van Bnren Carter Co Mo aayst I had been troubled with dyspepsia and indigestion sine 1879 The best physicians the country diisMullnphy hoe pital In St Louis and received no benefit The attending physl oian told mi I had narrowing of the outlet of the stomach and the only remedy was f h Itnfvnvvvv which I refused to have done I then flailed West Batten Ind Lu Vegas Ifot Springs Now Mexico J Sweet Springs Mo and Moniton Col I also took a great many different kinds of dyspepsiabutread a testimonial tot Poruna in the Central Baptist that suited my cue and I dotermtnod at once to try it I have taken two bottles of Poruna and Soar ofManalln and Ifeel llko anow man None of my friend believed I would get well I would not take any money for the good your remedies havo done me In catarrh of tho stomach M well M In catarrh of any other part of the body Pernna is the remedy As it has often been said if Peru na will cure catarrhof one part it will euro catarrh of any other part of tho body Mummer Catarrh sent free by Pe runa Drug Mf g Co Columbus O their firing without getting a man hurtWe continued our journey march- Ing in singble file and kept the dis tance of about 6 feet between each man We had gone some little distance when we came to an opening and at the far side of this opining there was a small bridge the first day we passed through but he insurgents had destroyed it except one log and it was not safe for more than one man to cross at a time The column halt ed for the pack train to cross when we were fired on the third time by about 50 natives which were conceal ed in some tall grass on a small ridge about 100 yards away This engagement lasted about one hour and and resulted in two mules of the pack train being killed and three men wounded All this trouble happened in the country where we had been so well treatedso well the day before when we passed through About the time the last shots were fired a na tive guide which had been with us during the whole trip told one of the officers that there was a prlesta short distance ahead of us A squad of men went forward In search of him but found no priest By this time it was 3 oclock in the afternoon and we 12 miles from camp and almost out of ammunition and every thing looked as if we would have to fight our way home We got through without any more trouble that day The company h d- oneI officer and three men wounded but none killed No one has been able to learn what the enemys loss amounted to alter this days fibgtlng It you ever hear of any person who says the Filllplnos should have their liberty I regard that person as crazy I do not care who he Is I believe from what I can learn through the papers that is what Bryan Is lectlonn eering on in the States If he is you can bet that he will never be elected President of the United States But as to the Filipino Insurrection it Is no nearer an end today than it was on theGth day of March 1899 I have not heard from Earl for tome time but I dont suppose any thug has happ ned to him or I would have heard of it Respy R L LUES Co C 6th if S Inft g Jc K KtK 11 K tliK K K K K K K DRSKENNEDYNo KERGAN 3 eitabllihed reputation for cartag U and VOWD tbal Nw tbod Treat V4u nt dluoTered and perfected br thus Emtaeat Specialists kas broif ht Joy bappiness sad comfort te ol homea years experience la the fl treatment or theae dluaiie they can ruarantra to Cur or Pay BmU R a stasis Nervous Debility yplatIl VarlcoceU Btrlctur GIset U Hecret llritla Imputeiicy Bcxual and Mental Wakflss SLId U ADII UIlldr UI Theti guarantsu are backsd 1 Slink Donds 1 MENS LIFE BLOODToumarlUTeaseeretdratatbranrbthairlneautsth reasea oe feet Ured outlntbemoralnir You are not your yon fiat despondent IjJ ad have no aoublUoai Dont let your Blo d be dralaed away OrsK 41 gnaraatee to Care or nq L- alBLOOD POISON111 lethaeeeurreofmanliUd tmay uot be a crime to bays It lita I M beJaberltedbutltUacrimeto Irto remain is the system Like fatherI- lk tea Fotatk treatajent Dcc JC 4 X poiltlTtly cure I I PayS SiRiciufiEThe Metsiod Treatment cures these disease safety and anrtly Wo j3P l ooenflernrnodetentlonJrombuiln Dontrl ral1l10a- ruaalI organi The stricture Issue is andcaa nsvcc retell OrsICaK Ifl guarantee Carat Kidneys BladderYour achier back tells the tall Dont let Doctors KDont cettect your kidneysI beyond human aid bexperiment nyou K cancure yonll you are not Thej rurallie to Cars or No la7 I CODES GUARANTEED NO CURB NO PAT Conejullatloa r llooU en ealedl Writs for Question Blank retUosa STREETUU f1fi Lf c 1k 1 IHartford Republican FON and LON ROOERS Editors lphonoDua1noDD Q = Iliutd Filling kt tlii Hattford Pub CaMc rporal Entered itHartford postoffici as secondclass mil mattei FRiDAYJUNE 15 ATTITIUN ritlNTCUS The Hartford PnblUhluff Cu wuuti a flrptnln printer utrlctbr milier houml mil ntttnllrvt hnnnii lie tievipected to take tharge a foreman of the nirhnrlrnl department For further Information r on or ndirmi tb Hartford labll hlnRfo AT ONCE TPE IAICST The lecture platform is to be digrac J by Col Jack Chin Dora the Hirtford Herald dare tu defend the Goebel law It dlet oat yet it favors It Taou nhalt jot al the Lord What tbout it Democrats bave you obeyed the command THE great National Itepubitv Convenloi which mee at PbtIa1 pHinex Tueday ll name e next provident of the United State TilE Court of Appeals dismissed tbr tupenedcas bonds given by the Republican officials and the nfiices pas into the possession of the Democratic pretenders The Republicans givo u I the offices for the present wliie tlu cases are to continue ill curt until EJtllcd GOEDE M chompious force in con ventiori udelectons to b charged to the othr fellow minorit i ile picked juiln rod peneculiot revoluonsi laws to secure revolu tlonaiy results rny mrtns to get office fair or for I foul is prefcrrd in short death to every one that champions right TUB str ko at Su Loiis has proven a very disgraceful affair to that city On lat Sunday four meu wero Ved outright an1na mpny more wound ed The re ponibiliy eudentl rests on some one either the Gover nor of Miaou or the Mayor of St Loa It h hoped that this dputp may slon be settled and that no more bloodwill be sh I for naught JNDU i ttagnaPcn financial deproion and commeuial par yei character ed Democratic roe in 90 while raaoufactnng activity finan ciM ease rnd sraujlb commercia expansion lMioutpr el sad with out prcc Jent duwjcd upou the Re publican Rfgimo The Republican party is thoroughly Atuericau fun Anerica It is a rational party full ofjife and vitfitjr TiE C1 nese quciiton Ia a ver grave one to Ibe prof live nations of the earth and fpcciplyt it perplexing to the A merican nation bcaue of e Irt respoaeibiliy rating upon her England and GermIY cspr Hljr look to tb1 corVy to lead in aupprcss ig the Boxeis The re suit cannot be fute en but we are safe s e p icou at Araeiic will lo her work nobllit is a CfitoiHd lr one weD perraitid t3 foi the reeul I of the D mncra c S te Convention he might ably p tot that BfcHmraism IIle right heir tu Gctbelietn the acts of the b ntur 1 stealing the election from Taylor the Gobel election law rodtte an pchy at Fun ort ba endorsed On IbH pllforra Beckbanr im will be forever b ed by r avr ich of Yerkf vot si November HON Joi i W YMK i tho mall to cbampon the caure of the peopl 1 the nex gubrrnatorii contest i Kentucky i 11a gwd titan tu bpir the cuMgn of an ou aged people He an acknowledged leader s birtf tnoI and ft orator of exception r worth IIi ability is unquestioned lila reputation untrammeled bs pub lic career tootles With such a mat as leader of tho bos of liberty then- Ce be no defeat We oe for Yerk M becau e lie tie man fir tlui emergency Iud luu ji uptt n coguit in him tluir do ver arid lie will bE haildat such rl over this State in the approaching coulrt He is capable lawyer of Kcoguiml ability and gieat worth lie v I prove lion n the camps of Gcebelsm rd the jcrs en torn n J aMtQuoww te counsel 101 B clho u iu bs rf d ontie peoples rijjh1 and h e ul mate overtbrov of civil libertywas verely set down on in the convention here Saturday Mr Shelby Taylor clearly set forth the fact that rr McQuown wa largely aporsible for Beckbams sue cone in ktealig the governors chair but the conven on refused to honor him for tHs work This gentleman is a rnni date for delegate tillarge from Kentucky to tte Kansas City conventIon and be should liavs the place according to rank and Banding fn Goebelism We really believe that the convention did Messrs Mo Q mown POInt Fulton and Yrst a- very grave injustice in not instruct fg the delegates to vote for them tlr the hlh Democratc honor of dc- legatatlargO to the co vertlon that is to nomoate the next defeatedcan idate for president These gentle men have taken the highest degree in Qoebelism aud this honor should be accorded them for their faithfulness mn robbing time people f their birth right Tin resolutions of that convention of Irst Saturday spoke silently of thf affairs of State Not one word in apt provalor disapproval of the crimes against the people of Kentucky committed by beckbam and his itrs wf i utter i Wbali the matter boys lont you approve of your stolen goodsor is the idea just a little nause ating to you Gentlemen you were very derelict to your duty byall means you should have express J your selves to the people of Ohio count youIto annwei this question to the people and the time and place were in those resolu tion You may answer this ques tion through yoir county organ it you please to otherwise we will kind y remind you of it PS the election Iraws nerr We dont understand why you reed this expression unlesi you disapprove of your parts course We declare it to bea maxim that no ire government can exist iart free antI prt subject and thai he right to govern rests upon the Con ent of the governed are you sincere Ip ths gentlemen You know that Kentucky is part slave now rider the forms of tie Gcjbel law1 DJ you approve of that law Th ight to govern rest upon tht joneeiit of the governed you say art You trnly sncere In this open declare tion Then why did you not condemn Goebel and Beckbam for robbing the govern I of their consent You are quite well awareHhat your party hat committed a very grave breech ol morality and you are as dent as death Wfl believe you to be isincere uut you show your band The Democi tic Convention Lat Saturday the Democrats of the countyabout a few in numbermet- at the Court House in mrs convention A friend informs us that timer were just fortyeight persons present i number of whom were Republicans It reminded us velJ much of the pio nirdaysof Republicanism in Ohio countyas told by thos vho pat tkipat ed Had the Republicans been elim iuat d from the crowd the convention could have easily been held in one of the office rooms of the Court House rhe course which the Democracy ha recently assumed must be the cautt of the great falling oil A few yean tince that party mustered without an effort from three to five hundred auditors ata mats convention composed largely of young lOCI ai well as old men but this convention was typic illy conspicuous in the total absenc if young men Tbo composing th fragmentary Democracy of the coun ty with the exception of three o four were of the older members usii thy styled dyedinlbewool Demi thebofelelItnd are exercising diecression am ommon reuse In laying their plant or the future They refuse to ideu ily themselves with a party that hat made Itaelfa spousjr for the mon strosity of- After Gocbeliira the convention bad been called to order anti the chairman and secretary had been eectedJudge JS Glenn was called for who reluctlant i y responded The Judge predicted uccess for Bryan In the Novembei Section as a matter of course Giv ng reason for the predicted succes in November he said The Repub icanshave the Senateand if we should elect the President and Vice Presi lent we could not mpke any law changing the monetary system of the country aud the gold Democrat art nth us and we ate united on other questions Why should time gold Democrats vote with the silver mentor Bryan and business deprenion Because the Republicans have the Senate and the Democrats cold do iiithiiig with the money question hey bhuuld lUereluio vote fur Bryan that be and the other hungry offici seekers might draw the ralari sand lye high This is queer logr it fs badreasoning et it wpiwlmtthe convention was fed on iu part Very much of the Judges time was given tn the discussion of the Neeley case In Cuba aowiug this little trivial matter tqovetsbadov tbelliiiiprrtani questions of the day ot ofpast dayssucli us the free trade anti lice silver ques lions and the question of civil liberty iu Kentucky those questions were not paid the slightest respect by time peaker But the Post Office affair in Cuba and the trusts of America wcrcin a feeble waypicttired some dreaded monster about to spring on the American nation as a lion Fpiugs DU hi prey The questions of imperialism and trusts were by far more important to the American people than the question of Free Silver Bryans hobby of 10 forgetting that the Southern Slates are in favor of expansion and without the aid of these states Bryau is already defeated We have mapped out time platform of the Demo cratic party for the presidential cam paign this year and we have not erred It Is in short antlcvery thing tuat the Republicans endorse The Republican party stands for the preent mon etary system the Democratic party taudsanllthe Republican party stands for the tariff tjucslion the Democratic party staudsantitime Republican party stands fur expan sion and prosperity the Democratic party standsantithe Republican party and independent men stand for free and equal elections In Kentucky for an honest ballot and a fair count for civil liberty and good government and against all these the Democratic party tandantltbe Republican party stands the chief exponent of in duslty and prosperity in the American nation as it has always stood while the Democratic party is anti everything and should therefore be styed the anti party The Responsibility is on De mocracy The fact that Gov Taylor was fairly elected beyond the shadow of a doubt is being admitted by the most inel gent organs of the Goebel oli garchy Those who refuse to admit this fact purely know it to be true justtlJo same There are some men in thejournalistic field who are hypo crit8ai are found in all vocations of man anti these editors who openly charge Gov Taylor with usurpation uf power are 1II1g monuments of braren mendacity Were it possible to ascertain the opinion of the Goebel press ninety and nine out of every hundred would admit that Taylor Wile truly elected governor of Kntucky by the popular consent rf the gov erned While this is true as every man knows men in politics and at the helm ofjournal for reasons best known to themselves willfully and purposely misrepresent aud even perjure themselves that they may stand high in the estimate of a few menThere is absolutely not an inform ed man in Kentucky that disputes the election of Gov Taylor on No vember 7 199 Yet there are many attempting to ease their consciences by ntttibuting the success of Beckbam to the fact that Taylor was depot 1 under the forms of laws and his op ponent likewise accepted stolen goods according to the forms of law He is indeed a disreputable man who indorses a law that makes robbery honorable and fraud and farce the first principles of rightecu nets From the Paducah ywe quote the following significant statement We rrniVy ailinlt tint Tnylorwni JncKleOoot if hU seat nn l thiit the Inferior nniir were boj rtdmiljriitolcn tint Rrontlnn nil the thIns we bnlnm Rffnlnut them the IttpnbMran record tntiiltf IIHI Jflnotiry I and we niunt ronfemtone lilnik upot Ittlook quite no bterk ronipntvd to Knottier llor lleckbnm ban mole no nerlon iiilxtuk Ibat wvranmwiiliirehi Induction Into jHltv How many men know thin fact toe true but have not the backbone be moral courage and the respect for Honesty to frankly admit it Kveiy nan in Kentucky regardler of poll ics would if he had ihe power to lesert the folly of his courto and brake way from the iniquities of his career eadily admit that Taylor was juggled IUt of his seat Our esteemed con emporary the Kiwi finally summed up enough courage to admit that Tay or was juggled and buncoed out if his sent and that the inferior of dces were bodaciouslyslolen If this gentleman had stopped here without attempting to cover up the crimes of his own party by something that may have happened after the steal he would deserve to be congratulated on his honesty and sincerity He de 1101 ves some credit anyway for admit ting a bimple fact which the journas nf bis party refuse to acknowledge This is all that we have ever contend- d for When the N iw admitted that Taylor was elect i it can hack up no excuse that will juslty the hei nots crimes of the Goebeed legisla ture 1C the Democratic party had hem as frank as the Sun and ac howl IR I defeat r I it lmnn done there would have been no ocrldon for all tbe strife aud turmctwJolch hps reigtii1 BO long iu the little inounnin Capital Mr Goebel would have been living and enjoying Ihe blowings of life hpd it not been fur bis inratible lesire to be Governor at 1111 hezards The proper thing for a gentleman to do when he has been defeat i is to acknowedge iiand a true gentle man will do this It is not much mat jig for a man how unkindly falei tony deal with him when he refus to abide by the laws which nature has established for mans especial benefit In our judgement nothing can be balanced against the steal which has been committed at Frankfort by Cioobel and his henchmen nothing can be balanced agaInst tie overthrow if the bollot box the wit of time peo jilt arid a republican form of govern ment Governor Taylor may have made some slight mistakes since Jan nary 1 but these errors will never lustily the crimes of Goebelism Mr liroebel aud the Democratic party are unquestionably responsible for his death for they refused to bow to the will of the great common people anti instigated and protracted a reign of terror at Frankfort anti in this excite state of aflairs young Guebel the father of the reign of terror fell mora tally wounded on the very thresh hold of the haS of mock justice I1t the hand of a bloodthirsty assassin The pcls of Governor Taylor committed after January 1 were diw to the oiftct which Goebel ballDJ moral right and no reckons to instigate Hfl it not been for the outlawry ol Goehe and Gocbelites there would have beet no occasion for adjourning the legs lature to London there would have been no n d of the maluia and these icti of Governor Taylor were to pro fret the peace and absolutely nothing elaeLet it he understood by all that the Republican p rty responsible for nothing that hri happened at the capital that ho Democratic party alone Is wholly responsible for the imagination and the overthrow of free Institutions and civil government Political Fanaticism The following extract from an cil toial in the Prs Transcript of June rat Is wob the rued attention anti study of every ciitsn of Kentucky Nlnet intweneths oftbe Democrats of Kentucky desire go I goyern ment love liberiy ycarri for peace and order want impartial conrs and are ready to do what in their judge ment is m ersaiy to accomplish all this And of the c already thousands have refused to suppou the nominees of conventions and decllnl to follow the orders of the leaders other thous andsjust PS honest just as reputa ble can not shake nfl their patty pre judicea ran not Cnquer their pau passion n not Relieve their paly either is or n be wrong 01 these thousands many never see but one side never read but one aide never believe but one side having eyes they see not having ears they hear not Those who cred out give us Danab has were as honest and as cha tibli and more Intense than the slleri lookerson To them Jesus was a blasphemer and desei cJ death while Barrabas was only a mUIderer and to day good men by the thousand cry out for the c jcifiction ot the bolter and Republican cud demand the re leseof those who have only robtd the pc ple of the ght of el tlon and murdered the llbe y ofthe balot box Let us never mlsMkc that fanaticism tht religious tatvor or pcUtical bat red need be acompanfed with bad morals persoaul vices or commercial dishonesty Tie advo ies of ihe C bet law and defenders oi what has ben done by the Ltglslaure nndboards ot conI test pResent the excellent private char acter of some of tbe actors and pa tic Ipatou in those acts and to this is added that all done has b n accord Ing tow We may admit both de fences that some of tbe actors are men of excellent character in private life and that the aci themselves were done a ordlnjr to Ihetormsof law antI this leaves the usnlt and the mode ot accomplishing that result ab solutely without excuse or def rse the boards of contest nvere selccttJ according to tbe forms of law yet they ought to have stood twelve to tenthey actually stod nineteen to three The ruling ol those hearth were made by men ol 40 ar as waste concerned perfect private 1 ves salnf elected before the foundation oi thi universe to reign amid the armies ol the sklj antI were under the forms ollawylt they were crblrary rldlc ulous as legal propositions always lor the benefit of the contestints they cut on testimony that was legal ad mlttbl testimony that was lllegaland finally made a repo that they knew contained stilements that they knew were untrue and repo ed a conclusion that all the world knew was unjust untiuth Jl and despotic Inmienl men have bn arrested transported from their horn i impilsone4 and turned lose Inn ent men have beet atrested upon affidavit sworn to by detectives of known bud character and iniptisloned and confined in jail without hall Nefarious means have been employed to induce conies lions for the infamous purpose of hanging Taylor and damning the Republican pal y Slanders have fabriritel to destroy tbe characters of Innocent men In the legislature a representative has taken advantage ol tie absence of his colleague to answer to his name and ccst his vote repre ientatlveseltcUl have been jted and the men rtjt ted by the people and even by their neighbors elected by tie houfe The journals of the rglslature have bwn falsificJ under tle advice oldlsllngalsb Jcounel to 61nc lon a wrong and conceal a ciline and adjudl te a defeated rindidate o- be Covernor of Kentucky and this aae and fabricated journal then used by that cardldate and dlslnguliihid lawyers to give title to an office to which he was not entitled and to which mother had been eUted Three and other similar acts were don according to tbe forms of law among those who aided In their ac onipllshments were men of repute In their communities yet the acts were done The possibility of success in such policy was solely through the centralized government of the Dem ratlc patty and the tiiuravinte Uti tier the Crhel law 1 he Demcsratlr patty Is vcstly more interesti1 In thi reformation of this pa1 government and tbe repeal of the Oor bel law than the Republlcaa party The Loulsvllli convention the rule of the Frankiott dynasty and the Ing control create dIVision in the Demi Tatlc party hlch inure to the advantage ol the Icpubllran pnty the Iniquities ac omptlsbcd and shown to be probable under tbe G bel law la dividing the emccratlc party to the advantage of the Republican party No Democrat I who does not belong to the dominant I ting can not obttln any honor or promotion in his pufy The machine is more dtdly to he Dimrcratlc pro rctibed than to the Republican opo nent The Oem rat lisa no show he is flip d without besititlon and without t aple and for him there Is no apr il For Instance Mr Oscar Tuiner finds his private business im perative in the tounty the slate has long bust made up And time hope of defrUlnjj thoe who idle the patty for their own selfish advantage and ol repealing the present electoral system Is through the aid ot Demr rats who lov e the honor of their State and who realzi that mere patty regularity is no excuse for conniving at crime and foisting on tbe State those who use tbe machinery of the party for im proper ends BOXERS IN BATTLE Crulsor Asked to Protect Americans at Chin Kiang RAILWAY IS OBSTRUCTED London June 13442 a mSixt- een British marines rcwlnnoteiing in advancedthe international column marching to Peking fought and chas ed 2000 Boxers Monday killing twenty or thirty A correspondent accompanying tie column in a dls patch date 1 Tien Tsln June 12 via Shanghai June 13 says iWaile the working parties ac compankl by a patrol ot sixteen Bt Ish niailnei commandil by Mnj Johnson were repairing the line Mon day afleiaoon eight miles beyond Lofa they encountered small pastIes of Boxers who were destroying the line The Boxers moved away from the advanced matinee and appaently dis persl into the countsj leaving the rails movwl and the sleepers burning The malnes when two miles in advance of the first trcn near I ing Lang suddenly perceive Boxers strimlng Irons a village on their left It was ritlmat 1 that they numbered 2000 some of them I Ing mount 1 and they were t 1Iug to get betwn the mailnei and he tialn lostof them were BJI 1 with spears and swords A few had firearms which they bandit awkwardly The manj retrettcl keeping up a runt lug fight or over a mile kill Ing between twenty and thirty Box crs Ihe Boxers pursue Hhe British for sonic ds ance Then seeing more matires from the train coming totheit assls nce Major Johnsons sIxteen halti 1 and pour 1 heavy continuous fire into the crowd d ving them across he front of tbe ieenforeing htul jckt1 who punish I the Boxers severely wln Maxims The Boxers fled and the Hnrnpc ans followIng up their success clear- d out two villages The total loss of the Boxers Is e tltnntcd ut 41 killci and wounded Jeven uf their wound were attended y Biltish surgeons Time BtllRh loss was nothing UnlcM their lojs ctusrs the Box1 rsto lose h rt the international column will have much ttcmble before t reaches Poking The railway U 8 much damaged tbat tbe column cov Ird only 34 miles Sunday and Monty sod there is rer on to fear that the road beyound Is more badly dam agl Evidence of General Neihs opera lions wire found In bodies bodies rhe whole country presents a desoite Why let all your n c I g h bors and be Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years In the hair Its sad to personslook In this way Sat be cause Unneces sary for hair may always be re storcu to its nat ural colorby ing friendsthink must Ylye IUIUCI For over half a cen tury this has been the standard hair prepara tion It is an elegant dressing stops i Ingof the mikes the hair grow and scalpfrom ILOOaUttU AUdnnUtfc UalfVigorbeariSh recommend It to tb public U tile sxiatencLMnApiJI JIIW9 XctorTez II TM do not Mate all tu btatlttTOO UM wrtteDoLow11 Dm J 0 ATXK MaIL iy Ii spcct entire villages having been leser tedJAIA2R OIlICA KUIKD I indon June 14 323 n m1lef- hues in an extra i litlou publishes be following dispatch Irom Peking itatcd June 12 2 p m aiys The Chancellor of the I gation Sugiyama Akira white proI reading alone and unprotected on lal duty was brutilly murdered by soldiers of TungFuh Slang the favorite body guard of the Empress at Marnigate Railroad Station ytster day The foreign enforcements are dally expelled The present Uolatet position of Peking the destruction of foreign property In the cduntiy and the Insecurity of life are directly at tributable to the treachery of the Chl nese Government PAO T1KO PO A tACKED Tiers Fain June 12One bundrc and sixty three troops landed last evening An additional twenty British have been sent to Pong Shan This morning a special train left TIes Tsln for Yang Tsun to bming General Nelh to consult with the Vice royTelegraphic communication with Peking is still interrupted The Rus sian war ships Petropaulovskl and Komllofl are at Taku Bar and the Russian torpedo boats 103 and 17 are In tbe river Taku Want of transpo s prevents the Russians from landing troops The Russian are ve y active here tcday It Is umotcd that General Funj Pah Slang with many thousands of troops is at Feng Tai The latest news irons Pau Ting Fu Is that the Boxers six thousand strong are attacking the convent there The situation is c Itlcal and the official are evidently Inactive Tbe United States war ships Nash vllle and Monacacy are repoitcJ at Take OUR CONSUL ASKS CRUSER Washington June uTbe lollow ing dispatch was received at the State Department tt lay Chin Kiang Inne n Scrajof Sttte Iuge numbers of native organlz1 1 s=crel gt ietlea People veiy apprehensive No protection Wantcialser Martin Mr Martin Is the Ublt 1 Sntei Cousutat Chin Kiang and his tel egram is the first news r Hived here to indie tc the spread of tbe Boxer imitation in that s tion of China Culn Kiang is out of the mast Im portant treaty ports in China Yang Tile Kiang over 100 miles above the point where the Vo Sung enters and about 125 miles from Shanghai At the latter po lthe Unitd States gun boats Yorktown and Castine are now lying undergoing some repairs The extent of these is not known at the navy depattment but assuming that they are not more extensive than usual it is rlid that one or more ol these vessels might be dispatched to Chin Klang in the course of a day or two However up to this moment no orders hate gone tot xard to either jf them or to Admiral Remey There Is an intimation at the State Department that the Consul at Chin Clang has exigerat the danger ul Jte situation and that the nirte hult III near the town ol a number of Boxers is tint evidence th it they have tny hostile intenliuns ngtiitidt tbi- ImeIcan Consulate- It is prnbable therefore that in the absence of mote seilous development no ships will I j sent to Chin Kiang The town is nearly 300 wiles southeast ol Peking but foiiu lately Is more accessible to foreign warships Vessels drawing RS munch as aft ol water can work up the river at that point p There Lo more Cntnrrh Iu thU nntlon of th country than nil uthor 1IIut tufcvthf nni until the itetfew jeiiriiwan unpfiuMfil to Wlncurn tie Pur n arrntmanjr yrAriiflo torN pruaoun t It n loco ilUenne nnd vrwribwl lucnl remnllM nod bjr rnntontly tnlllnfrtu rare with loinS treat nent prnnonnreil IncnraliK Kilenie baa pror on ratnrrb to boa ronntltntlunnl dlivnw am henfnreri inlnMroniitltutlonal treatment minIng atnrrh Cure mnnnfactnrel bjr P J Cheney tt Co Toledo Ohio la the only coniitltnllnnitl cure on the market It la taken Internally In dnm from 10 drapa tan teiwpot nlnl It act directly on the bluoil nnd niacuun Hnrfarat ol the KHtrm They otter one haiidtvd dollnrn fornny HUM It HllM to cure Send forrlrcntarHatiiltrHtlmnnlnlii Addrau P J CIIKNCV Tolwlo O Sold by UrnjrirUii TIe hulls Family Illln are the bt- S3t Him Aflro The Roanoke News prints the foi owing fervent prayer which a colored minister made In behalf of a fellow nlnUter ObLord gib him de eyeob df eagle dat he may spy out sin afar off Lay his hands on de gospel plow Tie his hands in de line ob ttuth Nail his ear on de gospel pole Bow his head down between his knees and his knees way down In some lonefome lark and narrow valley where prayer Ii want to be made Nolntt him vld de kerosene lie of salvation and 8 it him on fire 4 Quit coughing Is easy enough If you know how to do it The best way to quit ia to take one dose of Dr Bells IneTarHoney Summer coughs lung coughs winter conghs bronchial jughs or any kind of a cough or cold la speedily cured by the use of this remedy Children love it Old people like It m S Notice The Commercial Telephone and elegraph Co also the Hartford Tales phone and Exchange Co have sold their tel phone outfits to the Rough River Telephone Co and desires to wind up Its affairs and go out of bus lOCH 4Specialtiesof R T1 Collins Hartford Ky To inaugurate our Tune sale and make good our claim for the best goods at lowest prices we quote some remarkable values this week and there Jis hardly a limit to your choice so vast is the assortment wo are carrying You can only have a proper t appreciation of what dealing in this store means when you see how little are the prices we name on merchandise that is of highest quality newest style and thoroughly relia 4ble in every way Silks Ste our colored wash Silks also fig ured FouUrd Silks We waken great reduction on all Silks during out June sale We are headquarlets for Silks of all kin- dsDress Goods We ofler the largest assortment ol Washable Diess Goods lor our June sale consisting ot Organdies DluiU ties MarseillesPiquc Denhaum Cloth Percals Lawn etc We arc sure to please you In this line Call and see themOur White Goods will be a special item for our June oale limbroldet lea to sut them Our Lace Cuitaln and Rug depart went will always meet your demand A special for June Fans In abundance A special for June Hosiery at a sacrifice Lisle thread striped black and tan ribbed Hose The limous Topjy Hosiery Coal tncramlu UnderwearWe carry a line ot Underwear in lisle thread and cotton specialty June sale l Umbrellas ladles gents In latest shades thing hot t- Our Corset stock slaughteredany style mnke may ajc upIOur and Slipper department All kinds of Shoes suit will here for childrens apparel nothing or wears tbit found We headquarters for Suits Shoes Ties New shipment gents Shirts id negligee also lancy and plain bosom plaited stock the market ung men you see them We havnt space sufficient to tell you all June specials hut we cordially invite you to make store your headquarters Call and examine goods Bring us your Wool Feathers Eggs ginseng etc Yours truly RTCOLLINSsc Biography Geography Fiction A thoInternatlonaltInformation arranged In aconvcnlcnt form for hand eye oUlbGtoeO US MERRlAMCO PubltilKrtSKiittWUMufc U A It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton BeltParlor Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In s- laraerevolving arm chair of space around youyou can as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room arm chairs and couch In the splendid ladles lounging room with and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals in this at any hour you them most anything you want from a porterhouse or a spring chicken down to a take as as you please to eat it and will only have to pay for what you order Cot ton Ileitte th direct Una Texas Ill tralni run through from Cairo 10 JlemphU without chauc 01oaUol1 are mad Iti J tell you wLat your ticket will cOst which take tomat the connection tend you an Intimating ooklH1 StILL etuiuntCiiiriuruinuit I lcOLOIJ hsmr JILUST 615 CiluUi will exchange coal or deliver from the Dr Miller Bank for any ia the Dry Goods Grocelles or Feed line at Hartford prices Tele phone JKO A HD MIUKR niU with ou vathtr watlaa taraittfekUJlnf lobicoo bbR II OTOU res tII dI rr LobesO wIth tin PtJIItltIo S ObO rJIItlICkI UI oo SCortTH ltwttliw n will pnaLI peraltuattj On S bonei 55g- qSltnnIesJtoesreor we rtund men wlui R to liv I NVCENss4l1tT1IIL4wNtS4O- years the South jiroTcii hughes Tooln trmt rOIlY for Chllln iud all Mnlnrlnl tr11t f handsome ladles anti gents A for our for and children the find i styles The lor weather I or you wish front I Shoe a is complete for hot weather at prices to your selvesrMothers do well to come their Theffs your boy girl cant be here are Hats etc ol and front Tbe largest on Y our our our y etc valuable anyotberS with plenty enjoy with Its The delight its lounge car want order steak sandwich long you Tha to anil toTexu at WntWritetrain to honttlm nut and will little fliP W A tlfLOUIS MO We thing 66 should I On account of Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June igth looo the I C R R will sell tickets Irons Beaver DamKytoPhlla I delphia Pa at the rate of f21 95 for the round trip Tickets on sale June I5th to i8th Final limit for return June a6th 1900 S B VAN h Tnn Agent aspBostfor tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache ton cancer you will never gtt well I until your bowel are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you out a grip or pain produce wltbIural movements costs youust re healthbacktic the genuine put up in metal CIIII I f ISH rlN COLLAR iiavt J8t SALL rOCOV0 Ii il CT IjlVri n comjileto line of i 1tttho celebrated Corlisi and Coon brawl of Collars anllJ 1carry an me leaning summer i ttyke in folding and standing Col- larr in widths ranging from Ii inches n I ito9 inches high Price 15o each I Ltwo for 25c These are strictly 4todato Roods tho very laleat in UPlV I For specimens see show windows I 1 SHIRT SPECIALS McnV grade gl 1u9 1Ii4IUlUl wurruuieu UI ue as goou tIany Shirt our peial price 00 1iee4tIle garment this cannot bo equalled at the 1iiictt grade of silk bosom Shirls O jhigh grade piqu I ojom8hirU in solid white and fancy bosoms colors warranted M to 161 tihirlr tspecial price 8100 tFifteen dozen mens madras cloth Shirt colors Ruaran tecil iC inches long all colors in stripe and plaids Mens good 4 1 price 25e E Mens Nainsook Shirts cool and tin plain and fancy till sizes 34 to 44 a good 70c gar tment cur sale Complete lino ofladies Fans Umbrellas Ac Inewest goods and lowest rlitrLiuru nepuuiiuui FRIDAY JUKIJiS Col S R Deit Leltchfield is in town Mr II P Tnylor went U Louisville Sunday Mr If H Cox of Buford called t see 11 Wednesday Fresh Uien4 am Cujus at the Hart ford IJaLety ft all MIIIM Col C M J nitelt wa in town Saturday artl Sunday Mr C C Rune Morgttntown wis in Hartlord the first ol the week Mr McLonn Tn lor Morgantown wan in attendance ntcouit Monday and TutfdV Mr and Mrs Shelby Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday with relative In Goshen community Mr S T Cook Banoek Butler county nM in town Monday and Tiietdjy attending court Messrs S M Wilson Rosine and Jcse Rcckport were among Monday Mis B turn will send a Maker here- In few d ijs to tapply the Hartford trade in Dlan1 Cakes Miss Dena Wuudard ri turned to her home near C Sunday alter a few days visit to friends in Hartford Undaunted by rain and mud the pedagogue and the wonldbes are at the examination in full force tddaytj Prof James UtWttse who is attending cchcol at Valporaso lad will arrive at noon today to assist in the examination Mr Louis Guenthtr agentifor Mrs Banm will receive all orders for Bread Cakes and all kinds of Refreshments for p ttys nt the Hartford Bakery There has been a new post office es tablished at Sunny Dile recently ijnd the people in that vlrinlty hive been greatly convcnlenced by the kindness of the government Mr M L Hcovrin will leave today for Philadelphia fpr the National Re publican Convention which meets next Tuesday ti nominate the present and next President of the United StatesI Kqr J A Park who has Been en gaged in the revenue service at Caney vllle for the past six month sew turned home tohis family at Clear Run recently He made Tun RErun LICAN a very pleasant call Monday PISOS CURE FOR ruins WHfi ALl itL FAILS nc GO4gb ayrup 1uc GooU Via In umi Sold by dflJflIItI J CONSUMPTION E8hirltj regular 75c Shirt and a betiuty All skea14 to 1CJ tale l SOc high percal Ilricoi two collars and a pair of cuITagoodt 75o For a priceE coIIsixIfast allsizeo regular IM i full 25cllnti colorsizCIIlrom durable patterns pricllliOct I Purlliehincst Louisville Fulkerrion ourcalUr a ntertown tending Special Iu J vester Cecil were in Owensboro Sun day Mrs U101 Kverly of Render has gone tJ DjtwsOn Springs for btr health Miss Olive Carson returned Mon day from a few days visit to friends In Louisville Mr John 0 Foster who has been in Louisville in the revenue service is at home on rtfew weeks vacation Sheiff S T Stevens was In the I countj near Cromwell with his brother Mr S L Stevens Tuesday and Wednesday Mr IL D Rlngo Unit ford and Dr J J Mitchell Beaver Dam attended the Democratic convention which I met in Louisville yesferday Miss Katie Polk has returned to her home at Eureka Indiana after a three weeks visit to her uncle Mr John F Stowers near town Misses Atnbm Pod ol Fordsville and Lizzie Ford cf Owensboro who have been visiting Dr and Mrs E W Ford returned home Wednesday Prof A A Taylor Rnssellville ar lived in hartford last Saturday and will spend some lime with his uncles Sheriffs T Stevensand S L Stev ens ol near Cromwell We will give you a good Oak Rock lug Chair with 2000 worth of cash business or if you prefer we will give you a French Bevel Mirror 10x12 with standard frame Ask to see the Chair and Mirror CARSON Co Mr M L Heavrin has gold his in terest in the law officeowued by him self and Mr Shelby Tayor to Mr A C Taylor The transfer was made Tuesday Mr Heavriu will office in Connty Attopneys room in the Court House Mr R B Martin has sold his in terest in the flvery stable to Mr I A Anderson and the firm will be styled Keown Anderson It III not known just now what business Mr Martin will enter but be will evidently be idle only a short time Mr Ryan Prossjr traveling agent for the Baltimore Ohio Southwest ern Railroad was in Hartford In the In terest ofthis road Tuesday Mr Prossor is a very pleasant and genial gentle nan and his call at THO REPUBLICAN office was highly enjoyed Prof A P Taylor left Tuesday for Klkton Todd county where he goes to assist in the examination tday and tomorrpw Prof Taylor conduct ed hlmstll In such a manner during his first years work in Todd county that the Superintendent appointed hIm member of the board of exami ners This Is certainly a compliment of which Prof Taylor should be proud i I S1a EradSubduesand heals Saltitheum cures foils Plmple andiruptiosis givca fair complexion It thoroughly purl flea vitalizes and carichea the blood 4l1li n BarrettoSacrementoI Field lsJ Prof T J Morton lrleave next week for ChlcugotjTbere e at tend school for some Judge J P Miller and Mr W G liard wick will attend the Ministers Meeting at Owensboro tomorrow Mrs T J Morton and little son will leave In a few days for Cobden 111 where she will spend some time visiting her father Mr W E Town send W M Benson Rockport was ar rested last Friday by Sheriff Stevens and Jailer Black under a bench war rant from the Ohio Circuit Court for being engaged In the illicit sale of liquor and was lodged in Jail Mr Ed 6 Dyers and I wife of West Ponltnre the guestsiof Mrs flyers patents Mr and Mrs II S Metcalf Mr Byers is operator for the ICatt- hat place Alter a few days visit in Hartford they will visit his parents in the country near Caneyville after which they will return to West Point Rev W S Danleys address to the literary societies of the college last Thursday night was highly crj yedI It wasvery interesting and and will donbtless encourage the stu dents to seek higher plains ol thought While Ref Danley is not o lecturer by profession he is a very entertain ing speaker Childrens day at No Cteek last Sunday was a splendid success A very large crowd congregated and a sumptous dinner was spread which Is a very attractive feature for many on such occasions The recitations delivered by the children were highly appreciated and the public was very gracefully entrrtalnedI Messrs J R Florida and B E Rip py Nashville Tenn were In Hart ford yesterday in the interest of the J R Florida Co of that city They were here to introduce Websters Ins ternatlonal Dictionery into the schools of the county It is needless to say that every teacher should have one of these valuable books in his llbraiy their value to the teacher is inestima ble and these gentlemen realize this fact We are Indebted to Captain OScar Blsrop Manila P L for a newspaper printed In Spanish which he round It was published November the a4th 1898 We shall kindly preserve this until Captain Bishop returns for its translation Many ofour friends have responded to our request that they pay their dues to TUB REPUBLICAN and we are very grateful to them but there are others who should look alter their newspaper account more closely The news paper is the life of the country but it cannot run on its merit alone it takes a little money occaslonly aside from good wishes Let those whose time is up renew and those whose time ispast due lend usa little financial sympathy and alt will be well The orations ofthe graduating class of the Hartford College delivered last Friday night were splendid efforts for those young people The auditors were very attentive and the speeches were highly appreciated This was the largest graduating class from this institute in many years The students seemed to be fondly In love with the school and their instructors and of course many of them will return for the fall work Next year promises to be 11 very prosperous one for the school and will doubtless be the greatest in the history of the college The sermons delivered at the Bap tistxhurch Saturday night Sunday Sunday night and Monday night by- Rev H Dolce Taylor were beyond- doubt the best we have ever heard from that pulpit His discourses were marked with great fluency and volub forIclbledeed one of most promising young men in the State and should he have good health he will soon be the equal of any minister in the State experience alone is want ing The body of young Conts Miller who was drowned last Wednesday week at the Combs terry on Rough river was found last Sunday morning within a half mile where it went down Alter three days arid four nights the body of the unfortunate rose from bottom of the river and lodged theI some brush near tie cotpse was in such a condition was impossible to dense it and pre pare it for burial consequentlyit wasI only wrapped in a sheet placed coffin and laid to rest in the graveyard at Sunny Dale Sunday afternoon Young Miller was an expert swimmer J but that is the class of young men who usually meet with such unl rtuI nate accidents This should indeed be a lesson to other young men not I to venture to swim swollen stream P at all and especially with their cloth lug on which of course Is a great impediment when saturated with water The Board Should bo Ap plaudod The trustees of the town of Hartford have begun Improving the town ac cording to promise The streets of Hartford have Jong been therendevous for hogs and dogs but the trustees or dalned last Wednesday evening that these animals should find retreat else where and on Tuesday the Marshal was busy removing these offensive animals from the streets and when night came he had about fifty hogs in the pound and all the dogs that were found on the streets This ordinance of the board of councilmen may not meet with tbe hearty approbation of all the citizens today but it will to morrow and they will ever be rememr bered with great kindness by all Certainly no one can think unkindly of the board for clearing the streets of hogs for they are indeed very offen sive and abhorrent on the streets and sidewalks The forest is the hogs place and he should be confined thereto Likewise the dog has no place in the streets of a crowded town slum they are nuisances There is no occasion now for delay in constructing brick pavements and this badly needed convenience should bepushed with all haste to comple tion Why Hartford has been dealt with so unkindly in the past we do not presume to say Her citizens de serve better and more conveniences and they are demanding them With the hogs and dogs removed from the streets with good sidewalks with the j streets beautifully lighted at night and with an electric car line to Beaver Dam or some other point on the I c I so that the town would have some convenient means of transportation Hartford would be a very desirableI place to live With these conven fences businessmen would be attracted theIwould dawn upon the town TbeI councilmen are preparing tbe a manner highly creditable to each member and now will not some good energetic business man take hold of the enterprise and build an electric line to Beaver Dam This would be a very paying investment and the bonds would find reaJy sale Some day this is to be realized why not now p Your best friend can give you no better advice than this For Impure blood bad stomach and weak nerves take Hoods Sarsaparilla Convention Routo The R who are tn Conlventlonhave selected the B O S W rail road They have made no mistake in this because of the fact that the B O is the most accommodating best equipped line to the old quaker city Those parties who take this line will have the pleasure of passing over the Allegany mountains in day light and the scenery viewed from the observation cars The line leaving Louisville through Cincinnati Eerkersbur passesI Va Deer Park Cumberland pers Ferry Washington and Balti grantlingWashington City and Baltimore whose passenger trains between the East and West pass through Wash ington City and are operated over their own track Most everyone going to Philadelphia will naturally want to stop attne Capitol either on tl hipColonel and liOn orable ltt L Heavrin and rnanyother leading Rspublicans have concluded to take the Royal Blue Route They will leave Louisville at 210 p m Sunday the ijlh Good Nows From Bobs I London June 12 3200 mTwo pieces of news encouraging to the British in the qfficlal dispatches are that the broken communication of Lord Roberta are In a fair way to be mended by the forces moving north ward and driving off the roving cam mandoes and that Sir Redvers Bullef is at last master of Laings Nek Telegraphic communication with Lord Roberts is expected to be restor ed to day as a dispatch from Bloem foutein dated yesterday says that the railway Is In British possession again and that the work of repairing I the line Is going on rapidly wltn the abundant material warehoused at Bloemfontein From the subjoined telegram it would appear that Gen Hunter was in command of the troops referred to dISPChlfrom ter Is coming up rapidly Irom the northwest having severely defeated a large ommando of Boers who had destroyed two miles of railway north of Kroonstad The Doer government is also issu- Ing news cheering to its sympathiz ers The following bulletin the Boer version of tbe disaster to the Derby shires wart posted by President Kin ger Sunday at Machadodorp On June 7 four divisions of burghers commanded by Steenkamp Frone man Dubloy Fourie and Nel at tacked tbcjiritIsh at Ro deval killed two hundred took seven hundred prisoners immense stores of food 114atPmunltlopa Maxim gun and 1000 lyddite shells Some food was ta nte Boer farmers and the reji twaI The English rnallwabfa enSt The burghers at tacked from tberyel t ajid gaye evl dence of uPfeceden d bravery Gen De Wet was also fighting on June 2 whether at Roodeyal or else where is not clear but the Doer war office gives it put that he captured three thouE5ndsuIs of clothingiblan kets gloves boots etc Being unable to carry theta with him in his rapid sweep through the country according to the Transvaal war office be burn ed the whole mass IsO JXJS TOXXXA BoaptSguw oreCOOPER SCHOOLHOUS Health is good in this community Mrs Slade Taylor is visiting her mother Mrs SiglerSelect this week Messrs Horace and Gilbert Taylor were in this neighborhood Sunday the guests 6f Mr A C Stevens Mr Fon Rogers was the gnest oi Mr K E Rogers Monday Misses Iva and Novie Taylor of iPrentls spent Saturnay afternoon with their aunt Mrs Millie Rogers The ice cream supprat Mr Ran allwboIBerryman qf the Liberty neighborhood Taylor spent Sunday with Miss Virgie Messrs td and Lon Coleman spent Sunday with Mr A C Stevens Mr Melyln Stewart was in this neighborhood Sunday Mr Mell IQ Miller and family 61 Select were the guests of Mr Tom Jones and family Saturday and Sun daySeveral4rom this place attended the ice cream supper at Cromwell Saturdnyiplght S B F C S1On4Jean ths lie Kind YOU HlTI WWTS BOIIBH Blnitu Iof e The Rough River Telephone Cpm pany is putting in an exchange at Beaver pam Gradually though surely th4 wires of this company are threading the country We hope tbe citizens of Beaver Dam will appreciate the exchange salt is appreciated here When it was first introduced in hartf- ord 20 or 25 boxes were all the com pany could get but now most every house has a telephone boxoat any rate the company has about seventy five boxes Beaver Darn is a splendid bnsness town and it can easily sup port as many andwe shall hope that It may This new exchange will be completed in about two weeks Dont Work or Play Too Much Recreations are needful amuse meats are good society travel music the drawn with humor laughter and fun areexcellentthlngs themselves but to extract their excellence for use and enjoyment we must know where to leave off Their purpose is to refeahi1ireaenergies to stimulate dormantjtowefs to1 recreateand give Qew vlfajflyfo the wholeiimiin Pnr snedxuxfcilprjfrthey pall and become wearisome and 1nteadof kindling new life they dampen what there is No tTetteritest of how for to carry the recretlonsof life can be had than in the freshness and vigor with which we can return to our labors Play as well as work when taken In excess exhausts the nature but when due pro rtlqns are observed it animates and strengthens it Indianapolis Iournalf When e roll is called In the Oem ocratlc Convention tomorrow the names of such honored leaders as Bnckner Brown Hardjn Knott Owens Adams Duke ONeill and hnndleds pi equal character and abil ity will f missing and their places will be taken by the Poynlza the Yontses ute Chinnses the Suters and similar specimens of ragtag and bob tall stripe If the spirit of Henry Clay revisiting the glimpses of tire moon were to happen upon this eVe idence of Democratic degeneracy and decay whata wave agony would break over his mighty soul I Com mercial K HowfAre Yur KMatja IIlLllallloIe 1 KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops and Llvo Stock Juno hat 1900 WHEAT As the time for harvest draws nea the prospect is for a further diminished yield In Ohio Indiana and Michis gan where the prospects have beer very poor throughout the season the ravages of the Hessian fly destroyer the few fields that offered a fair yield A greater portion of the acreage in these States has been plowed up anI settled to other crops much ol it be lug done at the close of May In lilt riots the prospect is barely as good alone month ago Missouri has a fair trop slightly below an average Kansas crop promises a good yield but frequent mention is made of pres ence of Injurious Insects The spring wheat belt has suffered from a severe drouth which was partially broken at the close of May and during first days of June In those sections wherein fell the prospect has improved but the damage to much of the crop was past recovery- In the unrelieved sections the prospect is very gloomy Over large arears of North and South Dakato and Minnesota the crop is reported as turning color and being overrun with weeds jyHBATINKKNTUpKy The condition 9 wheat has declined from zoo on May sat to 89 June 1st The decline Is due mainly to ravages of Hessian fly although some damage is attributed to the dry weather prevailing during May Some complaint is made ofshort heading and where growth was rank it is badly iodgedand tangled It Is estimated that 17 per cent of the acreage has been Injured by lies sian fly CORN The condition of corn crop averages 93 per cent in June Much of it is uneven on account of damage from cutworms but the cultivation is good and the late planting is coming forward nicely The acreage is large the estimate being 103 as compared with acreag of last year OATS The condition ofoat crop June ist was 91 compared with average years The dry weather has prevented much growth but th copious rains At close of month may be expected to remedy this HEMP Acreage of hemp is 90 compared with 1899 Little information in re gaul to condition is vallable TOBACCO The weather has favored the pro posed large acreage of tobacco Sev entythree per cent of crop was set prior to June 1st which is much more than the normal amount The plants though small are starting nicely and prospct is very bright at the Incep lion of the season- PASTURES AND MEADOWS Pastures and meadows were unfavorably affected by the dry season in May and it is lean that injury to meadows is past recovery The con ditions of pastures is 87 and meadows 91 as compared with average years WOOL CLIP The wool clip is 98 per cent of 1899 The price though showing a recent dchne is still a satisfactory figure the average for good clean wool be lug 23 cents per pound FRUIT PROSPECTS There hag been a sharp falling off in prospect for apples during the month the decline being from 94 May 1St to 66 on June ist Peaches show about same condition The prospect June rat is 78 per cent of an average crop For pears the prospect Is for 69 per cent ol an average crop Grapes 88 per cent J W TllROCKMORTO- NCotnr of Agriculture LOOK A NT1TC11 IN TIME Haves nine hughes Tonic new improved tut pfauant taken In early HprlnR and Fan pre rent ChllU Dengue and Malarial Fever Act on the river tour up the mjtirta Iletter than Quinine llnnrnntfcdtr It At DroKtfl t Me Roll IOabotttro sMCt RPNDER KY As It has bcen so long since J have seen anything in your paper from this place I will send you a few items Mrs Effie Moore and family of Central City are visiting the family of Mr Simon Jones Miss Armice Swain oLBeaver Dam is vjsltlng Mrs W II Stanley this week Mrs Daisy Reid thlkplncemade a flying trip to Beaver Dam today MrPtte Lauder Police Judge is on the sick list Miss Rosa Cobbs and Miss Virgie Cabbsof Sacratnentoare in town vis iting Mrs J L Benton Mr James Carnion and Miss Serena Carter were hapily united in marriage last Wednesday night at the home ol the bridee mother Rev H PBrown officiating The attendants were Miss Sallle Carter a sister of the bride and Mr Alva Pate of Beaver Dam After the ceremony the happy couple were l CONSUMPTION I never stops because the weather i IJ warm Then why slop taking SOO1TS EMULSION JUltUer7f i Joranother n a congratulated by their many friends Many nice presents were presented urInlsbedMr Richard Barnes of Taylor r Mines was In town today A large crowd of young people from this place heard Rev Swallows preach a good and interesting sermon last Sunday nlgnt at McHenrythe Presbyterian church Mrs U M Everly went to Dawson Springs lastSunday 1Meosles are still raging in this town i jllss Pearl Martin of Sturgis is in 5 Render visiting lies brother Mr lames Martin Success to Tim REPUBLICAN R J W ClRCClATB Take Hood Will Surely Speod Be sure to heed the first symptoms of Indigestion nervousness and Im pure blood and thus avoid chronic dyspepsia nervous prostration and all the evils produced by bad blood Hood Sarsaparilia is your safeguard tt quickly sets the stomach right strengthens rod quiets the nerves1 purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood and keeps up the health tone All shiver Ills are cured by Hoods pms 25c i w CENTERTOWNrKY Mr Hall nndwife of Indiana parents of Mrs AlbertRone of this place visited friends and relatives here thlaI weekIMr RobertJames of Point Pleasant spent Sunday with Isparents here Mr DM Hubbard has sold hisI house and lot here to Mrs Luclnda French and has bought property in Central City Stroud Heflin have sold their old saw mill and purchased a new one their first contract for sawing is near Smallhouse Mrs L C Moiton who has been on the sick list for several days is slowlyimproving Mr 3 B Warden will take a raft of logs to Livermore market this week Mrs Eliza Phlpps and daughter have returned home alter a short vlllitI to friends at Render- sMiss Flora Green is visiting relatives in the No Creek neighborhood Mrs O B Boskett after several days sickness is able to be out again JFC Dont let your diarrhoea reach the chronic stage Cure It with Dr Bells AntiPain the greatest cure on earth for Colic Cholera Diarrhoea arid all internal pains m isYoto MBN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This is endorsed by all leadlnjj railway as the only perfect and reliable institution of its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term opens August isth Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky with neteb1 DROPSYCIJUDioaun5 Uan ourod hopre 1 tea TrDa a Col Lon J Bcaucbamp of Hamil ton 0 a popular prohibition leturer of national reputation in his lecture to young men at Settle Chapel Owens boro Sunday afternoon made this sig nificant reference to the Democrats steal of theGovernorshlpof Kentucky Seventyfive per cent of the Govern ors of the American States are under tblitynlne years of age and the Gov ernor of your own State though made so by criminal legislation is a younger wan Doat ToliMO Spit lid Sob Tour lit iwir To quit tobacco eaulljr and forever be nag nttlo lull of lire nerve and vigor take NoTo Use the wonderworker that makes weak men strong All druccUU Mo or II Cure guaran teed Dooklet and sample fret Address Sterling Itemed Co Chicago or New York a The Floating Studio will make the following places on dates mentioned Will be ab peralvo May ud and re main until June 4th Smallhonse June 5th and remain until June loth Kirtleys or Humphreys Landtag June loth and remaIn until June jtjib Point Pleasant Jjine ijto ftnq nuin tJIjunzthI a JL 01 c ioBTEB Propr assOur Greatest Specialist For aa years Dr J Newton tHatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to profusion method of treatment for Vericoele and Stricture without the aid of knife or cures in cent of all IIcasesVital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints sis Blood Poisoning ParalyI Catarrh and Diseases peculiar men he is especially successful Dr1 Hathaway practice is wore than C speclaUstCasesphysicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him today fully about your case lIe makes no charge or I CIliceHathaway M D 309 Church St tfII I Notice t Pars neat job of cleaning clothes J IStreetTo Cnre Conitlpatloa Vorsvr lOoorKoIt C I NARROWS KY The recent floods have greatly dam agedcrops here and the farmers have the blues Mr Hulbert Bean and family Cen tertowu vlnlted the family of Mr Farree Boswell Siturday and Sunday Mr John B Renfrew and sister Miss Nola and Mr lao II Thomas and little daughter Misses Corinne Ileachampiceture Mr Isaac Stevens ran down to Shorts Sunday It is No 8 and a boy at foTShnltza Sunday night Mr James Durbin died Thursday and was buried Friday In the Mldklfl burying ground Mr Sam Gaines of Fordsvlllej was in town enumerating our citizens the first of the week J T Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil cutsburnscatarrh sore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands or lips piles andall wernbraneit iu48hoursmoney relunded curesCratches1racked noIHartford KyV 4i I Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of E T Miller deceased are notified to present the samefrop erly proven to the undersigned personal representative at my office in Hartford Ky on or before the I4th ofJnly 1900 or they will be for ever barred 494t This June 12th E P NEAL Admr E T Miller deed aC4SXOnABunti ltIKkdYoiHanAImpBot Slpaw Io-f Notice to Chairman Greensburg Ry June 9 1900 To the Chairman or Secretaries of the Republican County Committees of he Fourth Congressional District You are requested to send to me as oon as convenient a lull roster oi your County Committee Do not neglect this important duty Yours respy F H McCcuBiN Secy Rep Cong Com 4th Dist COMRADE HI H DeLong Ut PVUUJWUTIIIC fl Z WIfl U7fl4 SM Company 6th Vermont Vountoer ball other foci to batUe with after bra return from the late war Ha recently wrote 1 have used Dr MJJ Retentive Nervine for PUVOUSDCSI broueht on by the use of tobacco and too dote applica thor to busintM It gays me prompt scud without leaving any unflnunt effects The result was bmdkW lid kiting Ibtartflytndooea DR MILES Restorative NervinecuarantectintBook on heart and nerves tent free Dr Mite Medical Company Elkhart Ind Rough River Telephone Company liicniroiATED necessaryfduyou cttii tarycur oiVi 1 phones and build your own lines in talking distance with tIre whole county and business points generally bypnly paying a reasonable rent to the Hartford Telephone and Coor willboAtthewhroloexpersoif Hartford Ky for particulars tVt connect with sit Independent Companies 4 MERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor arid Miohood re Impotnci Nlcb EmIton Lou of 1- ftI and waittoy IictctloDerv toulo PILLSbuilder rlnp pink low to palo Olrestores the Uof Joulh B7 maul CTio00 bozo 380 with our bankable gvuranUa to oure Pr rotund the Bend for circular nd copy of our bankable gnaraatte bond E STRENGTh lesu1tsTIzLOwooltol aranteed care for Lou of Power rarlcocele Undeveloped or Shrunken Oreana ares Locomotor tuia Neu ltraoIon JI1lteria FlU Insanlti Paralysis and lbs- tssulta or Lisa or obseco Optnm or oIquor By 11111 In plain package 100 a- ox 5OO WIth our nte bond to cure 111110 days or retuU nancy pateL Addre- ssNERVITA MEDICAL CO tnton A JacKawi t CHICAGO HAi i G r L Y t Itv j w Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought nml vhfch has been lu uso for over 30 years has borno tIle signature of has been mado under his vcr ffand supcriislon SInce its Innmry 110 one to deceive you In tlita All Counterfeits Imitations and Justaspood arc but Kvperlniciits that trlflo With and endanger tho health of InlUnts and Children Experience ngainst Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Ofiliun Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms mill allays Fcvcrlshness It cures Diarrluua and AVI ml Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Siiinmih and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tito Childrens Pauacca Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctiO Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Y NC ctNauN eON Vi umav SYRCCT NW ou CIT 1 1 uuIjI k Ring out the old Ring Id the new Ring out the false Ring in the trueIt We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by sdene to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhlla rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that flier Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25c 60c and 100 Slug BE SURE VOU GETYEARS n 1 never uwd II PmlTarHonelInrak I nun Q Irs U A ItuP- tduhIU We sell three highest machines eachcapable ot producingsat isfactory work through years ofconstant use and differing broadly from eachother in construction notallofourcus tomers care for the same else why should we sell three We shall he glad to explain I the points of advantage pos sessed tw- UniledlypcwriterandSupplies each Co I 446 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky TIME AND SPACEnreprlcticnllynnnihilated cumference ofOld Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Kuropc Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowif we read TIIIJ CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents are located in crery important tity in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive a service nnd it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nations of wars and rumors of warsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment of newof 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 THE CHICAGO RECORD rfh large mal OC Ibo world tn Mcroalora 1rojretlon about 3ill 14 13A boln tilze liouutlfully t rlutol In colon with n Inrponcalo map i IV L4 Kurolw on the ruverKo hide will bo mailed to uny rco ot clmrBO on terrlpt of rtxiuoot occomiunlod by two crnt stamps to cover pOtage and wruiiptnir Tho inur Illuttrato clearly how comprehensively the upoclalcablo of Tim CHICAGO HUXJICU rovers Ibo entire civilized vorld Ad trail Tun Cllicico Kuvoiw 181 llidlujii street Cblcajo J Hartford Republican FRIDAY ju nsuIXO3EL RiNVw Time rant Inking flt Sunday April th- l1otI nt IOISulo Ilimuil NIL im due 147 n In No lie dm SKI p In Nil I2 iluiS p MI South llitinil So 191 tine llto n in Ni lul doerMIirnLt htSorllo Iliiuml No 191 due JSt n in south llunnil No IM UIIK iKI p ni Irnln No lul will Mop for 1IttrIIII nml linlTllle pinwnicrii only S II VAXMKTKR Agvnt AN ODD CUSTO- MFETWASHlNO DAY AMONG ARKANSAS BAPTISTS I Obsorvod By Slncoro Religion ists For Many Yoars The ptitnitlve religious custom cf eet washing is Mill observed by a few congregations of Hard Shell Baptist in the Oz ik tuomttln rtglou o Sottlnvfst Arkansas Yesterday tht nnual feet washing which took plnct he second Sunday in May was oh erved by members ol tbe Pitmitlve Baptist Society in Shiloh churchhou here Many people were attracted to this berry growing town on the Prls co from nil the country roundabout some dilving twenty and thirty mites Feet washing Is an old practice 01 the Haid Shell BaptUts and is based on the authority of a verse in the thir teenth chapter ot St John which ays If I your Lord and Master have washed jour feet ye also ought to wash one anothers feet1 It bar been practiced ever since the begin ning of the Christian era At pres ent it is an unusual custom which has dropped out ot the church prac tices oi most denominations The observance of tbe ceremony usuallj takes place directly alter the moininp sermon and before the ordinary com raunlon service One corner ol the front part of the church partitioned oil with curtains and shawls for the purpose of securing piivacy for the ladles in the observance of the order Womens fret are washed by other women and mens by other men Sitting on benches with towls and basins of water in readiness one wo man is approached by another who says Sister shall I wash your leet The one questioned consents by removing her shoes and stockings While the washing and wiping cere mony is in progress kind wishes are expressed among the observeis A current remark made is Sister I am glad of the privilege ol washing your feet I hope these feet will walk the golden streets of the New Jerusalem Often when the laving has been finished the holy kiss Is exchanged oy the participants in accordance with that verse in tbe Bible which says Greetoneanother with an holy kiss The observance of the ceremony b fallowed by a short intermission dur ing which the to vela and basins are removed by tbe deacons while the congregation sings a hymn The da is concluded with the observance oi the close communion service Yesterdays observance at Spting dale was somewhat different Aftri the morning sermon there was a ten minute Intermission during which preparations were nnde for the feet washing There were no curtain parti tlons for the protection oi the women but two long settees were placed fac ing each other and the arrangement secured more or lees privacy After ten minutes had elapsed the meeting was informally called to order by the singing of a hymn A kindfaced old gentleman started the music without accompaniment of any kind nod the strong trelbw voice which filled the IIGood Beginnings Make Good Endings T You Ait miking A good beginning when you commence lo take Hoods SursapArSUL for any trouble of your blood stomach kidneys or liver Persistently taken this great medicine tvitl bring you the good end ing of perfect health strength and Vigor OcSaIlJo aAi11 111 1 LAXATIVE I ISYBnI ron extracts p rl coiitalnsnu ln drugs nJ I the Lst I1rtl Jscrlption that can l CJJIolllld org- the cure of Coiistpaon UMiouspcss I Sick Headache Niroumes 10 Ii dispel ColJs and Ivvos It drives lout Itnpurlilct tt the blood and es the complexhn clwr If doubt like L 1cUcr than any- laxative liava eVer used your druggIst will refund the money j An Ideal remedy fur c as Veil utII 1on CAIo= C A It IUX run A CO IMIIlllff Kj- J II ulll IAJIH llnrlliinl P4w It U lliANNtililiiirNirlncii Ky- I A IIAMll A IO VIIIIAMH AI CO Jleliriiry Ky- J01Ia XTATLOJC fruiiinrlllsy WHY HE CURES The Orratettt HprcIttlUt of the Tim Olnl Uvcry CMI 1IU lorBoitRl Attention nnmbcUCClorN can which MCUI at all imiU methodMethodtllaponAod ami ztpmillon f dUMitd enD 4Mf- uJIUon tolennlned Thu- lcyrrcaoi U treated V atelr and roMictnwi arrrunUtored which an unde0u4k I loonllplrea1rdb ConeorntAje7t AIvc tomplloD 4c tVIL 4 lt In Ittenot the wnrd ho treat toeia di wt In a ppoclal manner of 01 bit ona rtoin tudie4Pu esti tohtIhtn- iI bnetdbil pr3eUeo an4 Ito SrodUIIumeontoDUSpeelollr Troated cllre enood b7 1117 pectaUt In an ulliformue IhlennnlrtDrlItr yIernof treetment requtaExctulvOTreatmentwon ekiflC for the trllle ol ueIngDrflathawYmmethod0tttm I Uw itiowl =of hiirMnfdiM tin MUM well aware of Uwmli chief whIch mar done eytemnevermuidbowirfec the nntklllful UM ot in l tDIoablotehe pimple teand not only n tnm the chin andMalo tot dr natural condition bntro portS the hlood thet the dlI rennallnll and com rlIIdIn from the wtom ana taliwluou or dannnmi draim VarlrocrlVartoocetanndStricture 1rIITI IntNJperenI caw rotulti In perfect DeI core No opritirtnl rwtniredam DO pain or InconvenienCe an vlporlenc hr the patient The expne CI thu treatment limnch lee n of or hnpltil or tntItut- tretmCn mbanrr cafe the orjunt to C condition of perfect purernt nKldnoyDiseases a thublnk reason hewlil KidirVni free i everyone who send him bl nan addnva netNewFREEdr1o01rd lie Sret odlUnno n UiU book will bo cent frrto anrnbewDo nchdinb IIathawe7Consultation jtdTlelelherI309 Church Street MmliTlllr Tenn- MeXTlOS TUJS rUKU WhEN WhIT NO room was followed by those of the congregation wha recognized the hymn and knew its words Singing was a regular feature Interspersed with the other ceremonies The par taking of the Lords supper was ob served before instead ol alter the feet washing The Rev J R Loving pastor of the church spoke a few words regarding the observances lie addressed the assembly as Brethren and Sisters Friends and Congregation showing that he was aware o he large numbers who were attracts to the unusual rcenes by cutiositj n tber than by religion He emphasized the deep solemnity of the occas ion speaking p2rtlcularly of the feet washing as one of the oldest customs followed in the pursuit oi Gods service For fiftyfour years it has been the annual custom ot this old Shiloh church to observe Feetwashing day the second Sunday in May he said No member of this congregation was present when the observance was first solemnized No one knows how many will be present at this celebra tion next May We are all in Gods keeping Let no one in this large audience regard it as anything but a fervently religious observance- A silence followed the pastors words and although the mjority o the congregation was curious it wai also decorous After the communion service buckets and pails of wate were passed around among both thi men and the women members of thi church The men pulltd oft their coats for the heat of a hot Arkansa sun had penetrated the building and the women rolled up their sleeves They were over one hundred active members present Notenough basins were on band to meet all the require ments at once Consequently those waiting their turn passed the time b3 singing tbe old familiar hymns or b silent prayer As the observance progressed the religious fervor in creased One stalwart old farmer with a beard grizzled and gray wep as he silently grasped the hand of the brother who had washed his feet As the observance closed hardly II dry eye could be found among the members and near everyone was per spiring When the lust pair of feet was washed an I dried the ministe arose and asked that everyone should show their love for one another bj shaking hands and said that he hoped everyone in the building would ai least shake hands with his neighbor The scene following was remarkabli and one well calculated to inspire lov and devotion The eyes of most oI the members were literally streaming tears of joy One old man broke down completely and laying his head on the pew In front of him sobbed An old woman toothless and wrink led with age rushed into the center of the room with streaming hair and cried in a loud almost frenzied voice Glory to Godl 1 sin so harp I I want to clasp the hand of every bod in this church I I love everybody To one who has never witnessed such a scene the sight was one of wonder and anuzetnent Na one could doubt the deep religious sentiment which pervaded the people A the pastor remarked at the close all had had a glimpse of the bright fu true they hoped to reach hi good time Springfield Aik Letter to tin Kansas City Star Quit coughing Is easy enlulh ilyot know how to do it The best wayt quit ii to take one Hose of Dr Bclli Pine Tar Honey Slimmer coughs ung coughs wintercnughs bronchia couch s or any kind nt a coughor cols speedily cured by the use ol thit runiwly Children love it Old people like it m A Goobol Man Speaks A dispatch I says Judge John F Girier Mayor of Winchester wh supported the GoeVsl ticket last fall announces that he will not vote iou the Democratic nominees this year or any other year unless tile election law be amended nnd civil liberty re stored in Kentucky He says he will support any pArty wnlch promises to tttnrn the right of PU fir age to the peo pie ol this State Judge Girner said I hae not heard of n single Brown Democrat who has returned lo the Goelnlorgaulzttlon nnd on the cm testy I hear of many like rn3 sell who have ben driven out since Janu ary i by the methods of the present leaders CASTOaXABear the lii Nil VPtHM Always Boujji Bignitar Ict w- Re ublicnns are willing that the United States Government should contribute to the upbuilding oi an Amercah merchant marine so that the ships employed in doing our 1m port and export carrying may be built by Americans in home chipsharda Dttnncrats on the other hand favor the purchase of shIps built abroad by aliens chitflv the UncllsK CAStOaXABen 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there means well poised nerves calmness strength powerIt ing and disease have shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised to restore weak women to perfect health and to make them attractive and happy Jtco at all druggists peein toms The Ladies Advisory De partment The Chattanooga due Chattanooga TenD REV J W SMITH Camden II C- rloIJ wife used Wine Cardui at home IIIDI tha womb and It entirely cured f 1 I Sores and Ulcers LIFEIThat oll sore or ulcer which ha been n sourer of pain worry and anxiety to you for K five or ten year maybe longer doesnt heat because von are not using the projicr heatl- IIenl but arc trying to cure It with salve nut1 washes while these ore soothing relieve pain to sonic extent ito Teal permanent eotxl can come from their use because the disease is ii npplicationaA but novel if it ii diseased The tendency of these oM sores olul tulcers is to grow ttnrae and eating deeper into the flesh They are a constnnt drain upon the atenlgrndually but sturdy ruin 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