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all the Hmrtaof Ohio nnd iiiltolnluK ronntlm nnd the IVmrt lit Ap peals attention given to all bnnlnnui entrnstr1IglIn Offlni In llKrIJtIcAfIuIkItng WEpDINGAttorney HARTFORD KY Will nmrtlix hlIrIRn In therunrtnol Ohio and adjoining rgunllts AUo Notary Inlillc Southerjjr Railway Through llbt ot Xoutbtrn Htnt- MKENTUOIvYTBNNKSSKK South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA NorlhOAROLINAGEOll GIA and MISSISSIPPI u 84M JlIlM Throe Pnllr Trains ll twcf n Loot vllle nnd Islington UbUonChRlr Caro TralMlmirci and arrlw lonUylll from Heventh Ktroet Union Drtot rUngydth trains ol the IHlPoUOntrnl tUUlrpadBttd Ht L tI tt II Forlntorniatliu i idres WUK RIII fc TithMeLonlayIli Wti It Tuot OJUtUnf LE V A IxtaUdUe atSngtoo TEN THOUSAND MEW HOMESTEADS KIowa COl1ancho and Apncho Roaorvntlon to bo Oponod The signature of President McKinley to the bill providing for the opens lag or the Kiowa Comanche and Apa che Indian reservation to settlement puts within reach of homesteaders moro than ioouo farms of 100 acres each This Una1 is adapted to the raising of coin cotton wheat and oth er crops common to Oklahoma and the Chick saw nation The country has been noted for many years as un excelled for grazing put poses and hundreds ol thousands of head of cat tleowned mostly by Texas ranchmen have been fattened annually on its luxuriant grafts and tent o North ern markits The government is to pay two million dollars to the Indians one half million cash the remaining one and one half million to be held as a perpetual trust fund lor their benefit upon which the United States is to pay 5 per cent annually in interest to be pro rated annually among the Indians The bill leaves the disputed lands be twien the tribes and the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations to be settled by the courts and gives Congress comi plete control of the reserved money The bill opening the reservation sets aside 480000 ncies to be held In common by the Indians and gives each Indian an allotment of 160 ncres Lite figures put the Indian population at 2872 of which 1553 are Comnu ehes 1175 Kiowas and 193 Apaches This does not Include the Geronlmo band of Apaches who are prisoners of war on the Port Sill military rescr vatlon VOT allotments 459520 or practically 460000 acres will be used The following schedule shows approx itnatety the number of acres subject it homestead entry To be held in common 483000 Allotments 460000 Wastelands 36000 Fort Sill military reservation 50000 1340000 Kumberofacres reservation 2968 893 Subject to homestead entry 1628893 The reservation is bounded on the suth by Texas on tfie wet by Greer county Oklaou the north by Wash Ita county and the Wichita Indian reservation and on the east by the Chickasaw nation Red river forms the bouudary line on the south the north fork of Red river on the west and the Wash Ita liver for about halt the distance on the north The Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad traverses tbeiull length oi the eastern boundary line Us extension westward from Chlckasa I T passes through the northern past cube reservation and Its line now building from Ana d rko to Fort Sill was through one of the i chest portions ol the country Streams and springs of clear run ning water abound everywhere Red river and the Washita are important rivers The Washita Is one ol the mot plcture jue water courses in the Southwest On its headwaters Custer fought a bloody battle with the Chey euncs and allied Indians late in the 6as The little Washita approximates al most to the importance of a river The smaller streams are Big Beaver Bast and West Cache creeks Dry Creek Deep Red Oyer Klk and Rainy mountain creeks with many others ol lesser low that enhance the value of the land The valleys are richly productive and the uplands generally equal to those of adjoining c unties in Oklahoma and Iddlan Territory Even in the rough Ketch hilts and the Wichita mountains are valleys of great fertility The valley soil Is all good There are three kinds ol soil on the uplands Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys uPon the mind dls OUM and lessens In disappear when the neys are out of oijder or trouble so prevalent that It Is notuncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak neys If child urinates too often If alds the flesh or If when the child reaches an when It should be able to control It Is yet afflicted with bed wellln depend upon It cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and first step hould be towards treatment of these Important rgans This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased cpndltlon of kld s and bladder and to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as are made mls erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same freat remedy The mild and Immediate effect of SwamoRoot Is soon realized Ills sold by drugrisls fifty sizes cent You mayhavo1 unl hMtha hv midI vllorandcheerfulnw kid diseasedKidney has kid the the age the the the the the the not men the Jt1Ingfrom sufferers Co Binghamton N T be sure andI mention this p- aperIll I light sandy dark sandy and a waxy soil This last Is the pooi eatI corresponding to the gumbo ol States The soil when plowed does not blow out to a greater extent than in Oklahoma where blowing follows only remarkably dry seasons The percentage of alkali In the soil Is said to be much less than In any other western country of the same latitude Hot winds and droughts are no more frequent than in Oklahoma where the settling of the country has decreased their frequency For the last four years Oklahoma has been without hot winds and drought After Oklahoma was opened but before it had been tilled there wern two or three years in which hot winds and drought causrdI crop failures The rainfall is generally sufficient for the maturing of crops The an nual summary of the United States weather bureau for 1899 published byI Authority of the secretary of Agricult ture and prepared under Willis L Moore chief of the weather bureau is an excellent showing forI the reservation A comparison ol till report with a like report for the same year for Kansas will show that while the total rainfall for the year at Anadarko the Kiowa Comanche and Apache Indian agency was 63 42 Inches and at Port Sill 37 55 inches The total rainfall for the middle divis ion in Kansas much of which lies considerably east of the meridian of Port Sill and Anadarko is much less For instance at SaUna which Is InI the very heart ol the Kansas wheat and corn belt the rainfall was only 25 59 inches nt McPherson In Me I Thereon county the second wheat producion county in the State thea 11Abllenethe leading agrlculturaF counties of Kansas it was only 32 04 Inches D P Smith civil engineer made a dloflvldlng nt a point on the north line of town ship to north on the eastern boundary line running west to the north torko of Red river the second running north and south and beginning at a point on the Wash Ita river and west line ofo range twelve west thence south on this line to Red river The Wichita mountains appear in- numerous Isolated peaks of tugged granite formation rising horn the level prairies They are said to be long to the Appalachian system in stead of the Cordilleras They lie in the central portion oi the reservation t and cover about 1500 square miles Their general trend Is from the north west to the southeast While the for matlon is granite the surrounding country has a sandstone formations The mountain slopes are well timbered with oak some walnut and hackberry The parks and adjacent tablelands tiretcovered with the raefqulte Therparks are well wateied and have an abundance of grass Mount Scott Mount Sheridan and Mount Bear thestallest peaks have an altitude of froms 4000 to 5000 feetJGold and silver have been exhibited I as coming from the mountains and a small army of prospectors are now in the country awaiting the opening Some very rich specimens have been uncovered but Itofs not definitely known that these precious metals are Insufficient quantities to make wining remunerative Traces cf copper have been found Tile bill just passed for the opening of the country allows the purchase of only 160 acres of laudc within the five mile limit of the mini eral district by one person and fixes the price of the mineral lands at fl01 an acre Asphalt lead coal nnd pe troleum have been found in quantities that promise to make tbelr wining profitableIt that a sear will elapse before the lands can be nllotted and made ready for settlement The Kiowa Comanche and Apache opening comes under an appointment to the Fort Hall bl1laud provides that that reservation hall be opened to settlement within six months after the allotment ol lands to the Indians Theallotments are to be made within three months after the passage of the act The section under which the reservation will be opened is as fol lowsThat the secretary of the interior is hereby authorized and directed to cause the allotments of said lands pro vlded for In said treaty among said Indians to be made by any Indian Inspector or special agent That the lands acquired by this agreement shall be opened to settlement by proclamation of the President within six months after allotments are made and be disposed of under fie general provisions of the home stead and townsltc laws ofthe United StatesExcoptIngMarrIod Lifo Immigrant At last I am In free Amerlc A man can do pretty much as he pleases in this country cant he Native Yesunless he married 16 TO I PLANK SURE IATho AllPoworful Bryan Hath SpokonyTho Must Bow to His Will Kansas City Mo July IThe platform to be adopted by the Demo cratic national convention will com tinue a declaration for the free coinage of silver at the ratio ol 16 to i unless Mr Bryan changes his attitude and each fresh arrival from Lincoln brings renewed assurances that the foredorained nominee of the conven tion is maintaining his position in favor of the declaration Occasionally a delegate can be found who will take the position that not eveu Mr Bryan can be allowed to dictate the partys platfoim but a mjirlty agree that as all the delegates are practically In strncted for the renominatiou of the candidate ot 1896 he has an excep right to ask to have the resot lutions harmonize with his views on ny or all subjects However while it is true that the indications point strongly to the spe cific utterances above outlined there is still a very determined opposition to such a course This opposition ap patently originated with former Sen ator Hm of New York and his following and it has been taken up by I the other leaders in various sections of the country The Tammany terest of New York appears to cnl tirely reconciled to any silver plankI however extreme but other factions unite in opposing it lORR IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Judge Van Wyck Elliott Danforth ndj Brishbe Walker all unite with im in this position though disagree ug with him as to motives Mr Danforth agrees with Judge Van Wyck that there are other questions more important consideration and while still professing the utmost loyalty to the white metal he contends that in the interest of the party it should no longer be given the place of pars mount importance in the declarations f principles Senator James KonesI chairman ol the national committee and exGov Stone oi Missouri Both f them recognized as staunch leaders ol the silver sentiment are of the op- Inion that a reaffirmation ofthe Chicago platform lsall that is necessary Gov Stone said to day that hecon sldered the differences that have maui fested themselves a mere quibble but he declined to say whether he would be willing to stop with the reaffirm ion 1896SMany southern delegates express themselves as Indifferent on the point and are Inclined to make the conces ba demanded by the Hill sentiment National Committeeman Campau is also inclined to subordinate the ques ion of ratio to other subjects of cur ent Importance On the other hand George Pied Williams announces thntI he considers the financial question f111 of tils greatest importance and ays he f Is confident that the New England delegates are piactically solid n that positionliThe free coinage sliver at the ratio of 1 6 to i was the touchstone of the campaign oi 1896 he said today and its reiteration will add strength to the cause in the coming campaign James Kerr a delegate at large from Pennsylvania and secretary of the congressional campaign committee takes a somewhat diflerent view but he would not stop at a mere declaration for the Chicago platform He holds that new conditions will render it necessary to add something what was said on trusts in 1896 A flne6i1bg Makes any mother proud There are a great many proud mothers whose chil dren have puny and sickly until they began the use Dr Pierces Favorite I Prc scrip ition Tha- tinedicinor whichmakes weak women strong has given them thes- trenjt1t to bear hearty and healthy children fur the first time Six year ago the haen of my chtldrtn I waa left In a weak ton down condition says Maria O wrlUliar rom u Co M health teemed utterly gone I luflered from nervousness female weakneu and rheu raatlim Ufe was a burden I doctored with three different and got no relief I tried teveral cateat medicine all with theme result I bear to get forte and to add to the complications I aufleted terribly from con atipation I to see one advet tliemenU and I commenced to take Dr Pierce Favorite Preicrlption and Fleaunt Pellet and to right and continued Improving and gaining In Irenth I cannot expreu me renci u waa so great Seven months later ny little daughter was born with out touch trouble I feet that I would never have been able to endure 01 confinement by the help due aolrly to Dr Plcne medlciaes- She waa a healthy child and the only one I have ever Wee able to nure She I now ten old and I have never had to take any ruedldne since so I eel that your medicine bU made a lasting cure with me Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser U sent recOrl of stamps to defray expense of mailing only Send ai one cent stamps for the book in binding or 31 StampS for cloth Address Dr R Ficrcc Buffalo N Y p and he says that to make an addition on that subject and not to make it on the finances would be considered invl dlousahd would result injuriously lIe would however not use the phrase IG toI hut would declare for free coiasgeat the legal ratio SILVER RErUDUCANS It ii expected that the silver Re publlcau party will ask to be consult ed upon the question of the final plan The representatives ot that partyalready here express a strong preference for a positive declaration for the old ratio We want 16 to i said exSenntor DuRols of Idaho to day but if they will put Towneon the ticket with Bryan we will be wil ling to make concussions on the money plank If however such a man as lull is to be nominated we wat4t Ironclad silver platform Thus yon see the exSenator added the personality of the Vice Presi dential candidate may have a des cided influence upon the platform and vice versa Bryan and Towne would be a platform in themselves BRYANS POSITION Mr Bryans position as outlined by those In close touch with him is this He holds that the popularity the Democratic ticketrin 1896 was due very largely to the positive position taken on the silver question and that to take a backward step at this time would be an cvlnence of faltering and ownIwhere there is no hope of winning He even goes so far as to say that he regards the platform of more importance than the ticket He thinks al so that if he should take any other position he would be accused of vac dilation and that in short everything is to be lost by making a change while nothing is to be gained by it Those who agree with Mr Bryan on this point contend that there is no possibllty of his changing front before the time arrives for the paitys official declaration and they consider it pre posterous that the convention should disregard his wishes pn this point Hence they contend with great confi deuce that whether the Chicago platform is reaffirmed or not there will be an unequivocal pronouncement for the old ratio WILL DENOUNCE GOLD For the rest the resolutions will denounce the gold standard and the Puerto Rican legislation of the last session of Congress Itwill condemn trusts In unmeasured terms and atthe same time accuse the Republican party of fostering and maintaining them The administration will also come in for strong censure for its policy in the Philippines and it will be recommended that the Philippine archipelago be placed upon the same footing as Cuba In the same connection there will be planks denouncing militarism andim pcrlallsru and there will also be planks- on the income tax good roads civil service pensions etc and a strong expression of sympathy with the Boers Republicans Attention Greensburg Ky June 19 1900 It is hereby ordered that a district convention be held at Elizabethtown Kentucky on the i8th day of July at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a candidate to be voted for Congressman at the November election 1900 and the chairmen of the various Republican county committees are hereby directed to issue calls for conventions or primaries on tins 14th day of July 1900 for the selection of delegates to attend said district convention which convention or primary should be held at some convenient place in each county and the chair man hall cause the same to be pub lished and will give at least ten days notice of the manner ofselecting said delegates All parties who favor lvil liberty as opposed to Goebellsm ir respective ot their past political affil iations are cordially invited to attend and participate in said convention Glvetf under my hand this the igth day oJune 1900 W N FOSTRR Chairman of the Fourth Congressional district of Ken tucky By F II McCunniN Secretary Pursuant to the Ibove call also to a call from tho State Central Commit tee the Republicans of Ohio county are called to meet in mass convention at the COUlt House in Hartford on Saturday July the 14th 1900 at I oclock p mfor the purpose ot se lecting delegates to attend the State Convention which meets in Louis ville July the 1 111900 to nominate a candidate for Governor and also to select delegates to attend the Fourth Congressional District Convention which meets in Elizibetbtnwn July 18 h 1900 to nominate a coudidate for Congress All men irrespective of previous party affiliation who fa vor Iree and equal elections and that the will of the majority shall rule are cordially Invited to attend and take partin said convention Nt BARRASS Chairman LON ROCRRS Sscretary MINISTERS WILL NOT LEAVE THE CITY Given Twontyfour Hours to Leave Pokln but Did Not Heed Said to bo Safe Paris July i 1320 a mThe French consul at Shanghai telegraphs that the viceroy has communicated to him the following- I received on June 15 by telegraph a rescript declaring that the legations I continue to enjoy the protection of the imperial government Washington June 3nA cable gram received at the State department to day from Ambassador Cboate at London states that the foreign minis ters were safe at Pckin on the 25th inst The Chinese minister hereMr Wu has private advices to the same effect which he has brought to the attention of the State department Washington June 30The navy department has received the follow ing cablegram from Admiral Kempfl fIChe Foo June 30 Secretary NavyWashington Ministers at Pekln were given twentyfour hours to leave on the 19th They refused and areI still there The Pekin relief force got half way They were attacked by Imperial troops on the iSth McCalla I was in command Four were killed and 25 wonnded McCalla and En sign Taussig wounded but pot serI ionsly Now over 1400Q troops ashore Commander Wise commands at Tong Ku in charge of transportation raUI and river The combined nationalities find it necessary to make use of some civilians to operate railway KEMrpp Although no less than four cables have come to State and navy depart ments respecting the condition of the ministers at Pekin not one ol tbeI messages gives the slightest Intima lion oi the reasou why the ministers failed to leave the Chinese capitoli when given a days time in do so One assumption is that the mlnisteis declined because they would have gone out of Pekln to certain massacre by herders of boxers outside Another is that thy declined to leave until the other foreigners were safely relieved something beyond the capac ity or inclination of the Li amen to accomplishIBut In the absence ol the facts the government determined to proceed upon the lines already laid down namely With ministers in Pekin Int need of help The navy and wardeI partments will continue their plansI set afoot for the dispatch to Pekln ofI an expedition to bring away the minj isters A cabinet council today de cided this point and did so with all of the official dispatches before them as well as with knowledge of the con tents of the Associated Press cable grams from China in their posses sion The decision amounts to a practical declaration that as yet there Is nothing official that will warrants the assumption that the Chinese government itself directed the upraising and attack Secretary Hay gave his personal at tention to the situation though still far from recovered from his attack ofc illness of yesterday lIe is still hopeI ful that there will be found a satisfactory and honorable outcome of the present difficulties Apparently the Chinese minister Mr Wu holds to the same belief and this with his per sonal knowledge ot the actual sentiment of the Tsung Li Yamen MORE PROVINCES IN ARMS London June 30A special from Shanghai says that the railway be tween Ties lain and Taku is now in working order A telegram from Che Foo dated yesterday Friday reo ports that a Japanese steamer has ar rived with a number of ladies and children from New Chang which is now defended by Russians and Japa neseThe Shan Thug province is now in arms according to special dispatches front Shanghai and the lebels are de stroying the missions The foreigners are escaping by means an escort from the Governor Boxers placards have been posted at Kaidlng a city a days march from Shanghai fixing Sunday as a day for massacre ol the foreigners and the burning of the missions The consul has detained a steamer which will take away the foreigners Young Mr Denby son of the late United States minister to China Col Charles Denby has been reported from Shanghnl as being safe According to Chinese advices the German coal wines at Chow Fu in Shang Tung have been set on fire The Germans according to the re ports are awaiting a calvary escort which Is expected to relieve them The city of Chin Chow according to other advices received front China has been attacked by the boxers who are stoW looting it The missions have been destroyed the members barely escaping with their lives CONSUL RACSDAIK8 RKTORT Washington June 30The follow ing cablegram has been received from United States Consul Ragsdalr at Tlen fain dated the 37th Inst being the first communication received from that officer in neary two weeks 1 Siege of Tian Tam n raised Troops sent for the relief of the legations re turned In vain Fighting seven separate battles American joss six killed thirtyeight wounded the 19th ministers given twentyiou hours to leave Pekin Refused Still there RACSDALB p Engagod on tho Spot Sonic time ago a lady advertised for a cook and many applied for situationOwing theI to the ladys bower none of them seemed to suit her r quirementsuntll at the eleventh hour a Bridget from the Emerald Isle also made application and was put to the test Mistress Are you able to do plain cooking Bridget The plainer the betti for me maam Mistress Nowlook here Bridget my hnshand likes his meat bollcdand I like mine roasted You under standBridget Yes maam Mistress Now if I give you a fowl to cook for dinner how would you do It- Bridget thoughtfully I would roast It first maam and you could ate your share thin I would boll what you left for the master h Pont Toliirro Spit and SmoLt Toar Uft Away To quit tobacco easily ana forever be nag netlc lull ot life nerve and vigor take NoTO han tho wonderworker that makes weak men Strong All druggists too or II Cure guaran teed Ilooklet and sample free Address Sterling Ilenedy Co Chicago or New Yodt p p OthorFlsn The borrowing family sent their Jackover to Mrs Murphys to borrow some tea and sugar and a plate of butter Mrs Murphy was busy and had no inclination to lend to neighbors who never returned any thlngthey borrow ed At the same time she did not care toentirely oflend them Id be glad to nccomdate you she said politely but Im in a hurry and havent the wait upon you Ive other fish to fry just now The boy went home and reported that Mrs Murphy was to busy to at tend to him and had other fish tc fry etc And why didnt you wait asked he mother breathlessly Go back take another plate with you and ell Mrs Murphy you are in no hurry mother would be obliged to her or a plate of fried fish A Losson For Young Mon Young men It you contemplate a business career you cannot look alter your habits too carefully Your aim in life is to be successful in all under takingsand you can never be successful with bad habits Matters which eem of small amount to you now may become in future the turning point in your career either up or down as they have that of any man before you In illustration of this we print the following anechdotc as related in one the most prominent New York dailies Horace B Claflln the most prowl neat and wealthy dry goods merchant ol New York was alone in his office one afternoon when a young man I pale and careworn timidly knocked and entered Mr Claflln said he i have been unable to meet celtal I DeforeTreitment 1SO rwll f J 5 3 Miss Susan Vymar theR1chmondtho following letter to Dr Uartman re arOnlytbOlewho tofIndmy experience A in need it a Perura good friend to meSuaan Wymar NorthSuperIorkl feel so well and good and happy now that pen cannot descrlbo It Poruna If severalbottleI am In the chango of life and it does me good Peru na has no equal in all of the Irregularities and emergencies peo to women caused by pelrio catarrh I 0torpayments because parties failed to do by me as they agreed to do atfd I would like to have 10000 I came to you because yon have been a friend 1to my father and might be a friend to mea in said Claflln come In and have a glass of wine No said the young man I dont drink Have a cigar then NoI never smoke Well said the joker I would like to accommodate you but I dont think I can Very well said the young man as he was about to leave the room I thought perhaps you mightgood day sir Holdon said Mr Clafla you dont drink No No Nor smoke nor any thing of the kind I No sir- WellI said Mr ClaOIn with tears in his eyes you shall have 1t vouI5 COO once and asked me the same ques lions No thanks I owe it to you for your fathers sake p Why tho Fronch Eat Horse Flosh Horseflesh by some is considered a regular luxury and It is interesting to learn how the habit of adopting it as an article of diet became among French people In Morocco in 1859 a vet who accompanied the French army observed stow batalllons of soK diers were succumbing to hunger and privation while hundreds of horses were left rotting wherever the army went He had a report presented to the Ministry who officially recom mended the consumption of horse flesh The poor found it an economi cal article of food and everyone dur ling the siege of Paris in were forced to partake of It more or less and so great is the llkelng for this dainty increased that it is estimated that nowadays Paris alone consumes something like 20000 horses and 500 asses nub mules per annum KeivousWeak MenK Thoususd of young and niidd1eaed mu are annually to alrtmatI- TlVO through IAIlLV INUltiCQClIUN 1XEP4t3It AND BLOO- DU1IASLb II you have or tbefu1onlntriuptoms consult us before It Ia- toolata Are yon ncrroai tad nt gloomy peck before the eye with dark circics under them weak IrrItable pplllltloa or the K heart and lofw sediment In urine pimples on ace sunken eyes hollow check careworn mmo lifeless distrustful lack and itrcnetb tired uprelOloDIflOOr changeable moods weal man hood stunted d bono pain lore UizQat et- cOnr1VwMstIaoTrcatmentR will cure jon MENS LIFE BLOODNot- hingflK can be more deraoralltln to JOlinII nod mUdteaired mea thin emliskme at or secret drain through the urine The vaSt a man for business mar rled polioInlcureJoUome or social matter whether caused b evil bablts la10utb S JfcVNo N mca Used Without Written Consent I friend outfit 1870 W A Muir of Llnu 0 a3aiI was one of- tbecountiesavictlmsof early Dt 15 rcara or age The drain oe myaystem were weakenIng my ai my sexual and uervous sys tern 1rAO veari I tried scores ot doctors electrlcbetlsandp4lcnt medicines Somehelped- ale none cured 1 was giving up fact contemplating suicIde when a friend advised me as a last rnort to give the NwMuthod Treatment of DM K k K a fair trial Without confidence I consented anti In three months I was a cured monoI waa cured even years ago am married and afIIJheartily recommend Pta K i K to fellow men After Preitmeat atrWe treat and cure Varlcocele Emissions Nervous Debility Seminal Weakness Rleet Stricture Syphilis Unnatural Discharges Self Abuse Kidney and Bladder Diseases and all of Men and Women ONO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicine sent CO D No names on boxes or envelope Everything confidential Question list and cost of treatment SEllS Kennedy Kergan 528 WALNUT STREET 1Drs CiUC1NHATI OHIO I FTfi i1 Now is the Time- To subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of TIlE REPUBLICAN is 1 in advance dome to the C real Iepuh1 il Aass Convention at Hr fort July 1 24 1 boo Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 6 FaN and LON ROGERS Editors loptiononvU3lno =c Gzaco CS Issued frldaul ty Ilit Hartford Pub CoJncorpcratta Entered it Hartford postolfici as sicondclassmail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET roit riiKsnnivr Scan = =01 r 01 Otllu lOft Tlcl1 ItEsIDET- Theoiere =oeoevolt- Os Nw York It ia blasphemy againstthe Ameri can nation for an organization of her men to declare Jar free silver aud anti cxpansion TThe concentration of the navies of the world in Chinese waters is an omen of war and an indication oi death to Savagery IT matters not who Mr Bryan s running mate may be defeat is aa mre to be their heritage in the second battle as the will of thinking men rulesTun country is fortunate in not having Mr Bryan to conduct its af fairs in the East It would be a capi tal idea for Col Bryan to volunteer and join the forces in China it he would study the monetary question as practiced in China He might be able to gain nu idea WK need not speak if our words fall upon deaf cars Why should we vote unless our votes ho countede cast There is no doubt that we will ultimately triumph in tbr elliirt to restore liberty U our people The wrong may temporarily rule but th right must and will eventually triumph and reign COXKESSIOX market is opeuiug again It will now bo proper fo JamesAndrew Paper Sack Legged Scott to make another gentleman and his wife comfortable for life for evidence that will hang every Republi can everywhere and forever damn the Republican party universally This money that ii going to sweeten the exile of purjured witnesses comet direct from the farmer IN the next election the leaders o the Democratic party will surely gn slow on their highway course of pro ceeding under the forms of law While the echoes of the evil from a federal prison of men who attempted to ignore the constitution and steal the rights citizens is fresh in the caret P Goebelite henchmen they will think and think again before exe cuting order EVERY American citizen will learn with the deepest regret that the Oregon the greatest battleship afloat is stranded on a pinnacle rock in the Asiatic Pacific The brilliant record made by the magnificent Oregon o her voyage around Cap Horn an in the race with the Vizcaya and Colon stamped her name indelably in the memory of every lover of the flag Great fears are entertained by many that she will bo lost MUCH he may consider other ques tions of State or national importance if his will regarding the qucKtions be ignored Every informed man in Kentucky knows that a majority of our citizens said in the last election that Gov W S Taylor and the minor 0Ktate olliciaU should control affairs in the Commonwealth fur the next four years but a bitterly parti ian Legislature ignored their will and des clared those not elected to be elected Tin Republican convention which convenes hero July 11 will instruct delegates to the Louisville convention which convention will name the next Governor of Kentucky In the con test coming an outraged people will i meet the party that ignored their will j in the recent election and which has i causedall the turmoil strife nod bloodshed incident to that election With a righteous indignation in his heart the sober thinking honest citizen of Kentucky will assert his will and see that his rights are re spected TIlE Chinese question is the most serious q uestioii that has confronted the civilized world in the last quarter of a century China with a popula tion of 400000000 fanatic souls is up against all chrUtendWi in urms The German consul has been mur doted by the imperial forces and Ocrnlltll will bo speedy in demand fug restitution while it is generally thought that the legations of all the other c HIM tries have pimlnid at the ami i of the iilul WMrlripPM it nut al r ndy they arc doomed to death before I relict can rtach them Nothing has beeu heard from them for ten days and then they were in a sorry plight with provisions and amunitioa very I a sheit Confucianism 8a iclick of antiquity which exalts superstition and polydeisin If the civilized pow ers conclude to make their mission that of the iconoclast they should act coucertly and speedily Ton matter of nomination has given Col Bryan little trouble in fact none The question of paramount impor tance to the silver tongued gentleman of the La Platt is how to explain the speeches he made in 90 Every pre diction ho made has proven prepos terous Wheat rose in value with all other farm products while Mr Bryan predicted calamity throughout the country iu the event of McKinley election The new speech which Mr Bryan will have to prepare to say greatestIACCORDING to the Anties fel have no right iu the Philippines and that being the case we have no t to use the Philippines as a base fro which to protect our interests and people in China Call those and thips back and pass resolutions of smypathy for the Chinese This ex pression comes from Tuesdays Courier Juniial anti yet it has been re Y claimed by the Democrats of the State on the probation plan accenting to Woodson This journal is for Expansion aud the Gold Standard also for Goebel ism for revenue only Democrats you who threw the Dvpaldi to the waste basket last fall how do you like this argument Clipped from your political Bibb rTUE Democratic editors from the country 2xi to Watlersontheturu coat are clamoring for a leader to pilot the old party out of the stiucb of Goebttlism If ever n the history of nn organization leaders were in de mood certainly that time is now with the party denominated Democratic Those men who have had the party machinery in hand during the past year in Kentucky hero proven not capable leaders but failures in every alewho have been steering the Democratic ship of State in Kentucky have actually constructed a law that de prices the man elected to office of his- r position of trust and places therein a rasa rejected by the great common people They have really instituted a measure that has brought Kentucky to face anarchy and ruin Instead of peace and tranquility it has brought sorrow soft woo to the homes of man peace lovers This emergency act has served the purpose of its authors but in addition to this it has caused partyftransformed Republican form o I government into an absolute monar cbyunder which it is positively bat policy to do right Yerkes is the Man There is no opposition to Hon John W Yerkes beiug nominated for Gov ernor by the Louisville convention which meetsthe 17th inst He wil be nominated by acclamation by the Republicans and Independents and more than that he will be elected Governor of Kentucky and will serve his time out Every county convene i1dor guns discontent a opposition cannot file charges against him as being a candidate of the bosses He will bo a candidate of the people and the cannot do huu a greater favor than for every county to instruct its dele gates to vote for him on the 17th Wt feel sure that every county in tilt Fourth Congressional District wil do this because the Fourth never stops at halves Mr Yerkes U acknowledged by all journalists nUll politicians to be one of the best ablest and cleanest men iu Kentucky and that he is the very man for time emergency He is an locator of exceptionally ability recog in national politics as a leader of leaders Ho is the very man to storm Goebelism from the Purchase to Big Sandy to show up the fraud in the mock contest aud the final tiiumpb of fraud and force and how time de feared became elected and all other acts of Goebelism that would make recaseSenator Blackburns Proposed Amendment Senator Blackburns proposition to amend the Goebel Election law by abolishing all party devices upon the ballot whilst professedly intended to operate as an educational qualifica I tion will really not only make voting so slow as to disfranchise half the votj ers of the State but will make the counting of votes so slow and confused that it will put elections completely in the hands of the election commission ers and make tho exposure of frauds on their part impossible As it is a ballot often has a hundred names it If the voter instead of voting lUll all his party candidates by etanii ing once under the party device i3 compelled to read all time names and select those he wints to vote fur not one man in ten amongst even gent citizens will vote for the intellij wants It will take every voter fifty times as long to vote This will give the police and election officers more complete control than ever over the citizens Moreover when the ballots come to bo counted and especially in contest countsthe delay and confusion will be interminable and rand will have free play Even under our present system of voting under the party devices al though the great majority of votes consist of but one mark under b party device the count on contests i a labor of many men for many days and nearly always wears out both side If every name on every ballot has to be separately stamped only politicians with nothing else to do will stay through the count And we know why they will do it and what sort of a count willresult On appeals to the State Board o Election Commissioners the same can fusion aud delay will result partmY device monstrous and can f feelings1 more a r election frauds when protected by law leave men no recourse but violence and unfortunately that is too often the I result Let every man who wants fair elections or peace in Kentucky be outspoken in condemnation of this so call reform of the Goebel Election Low It is a bad law and should be repealed The proposed amendment is only calculated to make worse Why it is So In the scramble for votes in elec tion times politicians are willing yea anxious to claim a vote from the humblest citizen regardless of his social standing the idea is to beat the other fellow and this is allright and perfectly legitimate so long as it carriedon in an honorable manner When editorial themes are not e plentiful some editors lose sight of the real facts in the case and fly oft at a tangent on the subject of negro votes The following is clipped trom Wed nesdays noisy Herald It Btnudft not neii monrttruu tart that xr It not forth negro vote the KrpatiUcatia tuuM not plpd their ticket either nntloiml Stutw ur founty The majority of the white ixople of uublIouulu1This r of fact but we are inclined to think its author was sincere because b dont know any better Intelligent men know that the colored voters are largely confined to the South rims not a single southern state ever gave a Republican electoral vote for Pres relent But the author of the above sincere Not a single state North the Ohio River is controled by the negro vote nnd yet nine in ten give Republican victories but the author 1of the above dont know this and eli he is sincere There are about three hundre- and fifty negro voters in Ohio county and if tbis vote had been eliminated from the Republican ticket last fall the Republicans would have carried the county by two hundredthirty five instead of five huudred eighty five yet tho author of the above dont know this and we cant question his sincerityThe most amusing part of the course of the author of the above ar ticle on the negro question was thor oughly appreciated last spring when a robust negro from Virginia was en tertained in the Hartford herald office by the real editor himstlf It will be remembered that this colored gentleman was billed to speak at the Court bouse and when the hour had arrived for the address he was escorted from the Herald office by its reel editor in person and when lie hallmade his way to the Court Hall with his Virginny nigger he was greeted with three white compau ions and not a single colored man imea save his own cocalamity kicker and the real fun comes in when th Virginny nigger1 commies up deal- broke and is forced to draw on his host Prom these facts we conuude that this is the reason why it is so The real editor of the Herald should be time very last man to make such clmrgw as contained in the above IThe Time is Opportune In another column will be found report of the committee appointed 0 a mass meeting of tho citizens o Louisville March 5 to send through- the State printed matter urging appeal of tho Goebel election law and the adoption of a fair one instead J This committee composed of reason able men not partisans In poitics they aro mostly Democrats but they I are for a fair and honest election law which will guarantee a fair anti im partial election They speak not passionately but as cool deliberate thinking men Thy have reviewed the workings of the law logically and effectively No appeal is made to partisans but to reasouabla end thinking men Democratic friend read this report prepared and published by men of your own putty nnd then as honest men ask younelvis this question Is not every word of this report correoi We are inclin ed to believe you will be forced by the facts themselves recently recorded to answer this query in the affirnm tive There are men all over Kentucky who actually believe that tho Republicans stole the recent election but these men have taken no notice of events they are men that dont rend for themCi selves limit have their neighbors read for them from newspaper more poisonous to the moral nan than thot bite of tho adder to the physical man numerousltI can be fair that takes the power Irom tho people and places it in the hands of three men of the same political party This is what time GoebellaI has done and the intelligent moo everywhere know the result Anar popularfing horde of uuprinciped politicians have reigned throughout the State It was the carrying into effect this law that caused the death of its au timer and unless it be repealed and the people green back tho power of government many other better and nobler lives will be sacrificed Ken lucky and Kentuckians will not eu dure another robbery of the ballot box and to avoid the horrors of civil war this law should be repealed un conditionally Under the od law the County Judges had the supervision of the Itelections They appointed the pre cinct election officers and as a rule good meu were chosen The judge- were elected by the people and i they usurped power and committed frauds they were ntueanable to the people and the people could remove and punish them at the polls The County Judges are creatures of tnt people Under the present regime those who appoint the precinct officeto isare not of tho people and are beyond the reach of the people Every sense IIof justice mid fairness demands tuc repeal of the Goebel law and soless Mr Beckham cals an extra session of the Legislature and repeals tIll law he and his party will be held re sponsible for that law in the approach reing coulee Democratic friends you have the law anti the lower Will repealittiou or never for you LAWttWe were appointed by the mass meeting of citizens of Louisville March Sib to send through the Stale printed matter urging the repeal ot oftime Goebel Election Law and th of a fair election law None of us are politicians officeholders or office seekers This committee has nothing to do with either party oi IIthe Honest Election League or any organizadwho feel interested in the peace wel fare and good name ot the State Most of us are Democrats but we all believe that the Goebel Law is essen tlally undemocratic that it has al ready brought great trouble upon our people tint so long as it stands w shall have no peace that there can b no fair reason for retaining it upon the statute books and that all men should desire its repeal That the law is undemocratic is plain upon its face It gives absolute control of th appointment of all election officers everywhere in the State to a Central Board of three State Election Commfs RALDflWith out help a bald spo- tnevergrows smallerIt dr ing until friendslsay golfing Not easy to cure an old baldness but easy to stop time first thinning easy to check the first falling out Used In time baldness made withHI promotes growthand takes out all dandruff It always restores grayhaircolor of early life You may depend upon it bringshealth S 100 a bottle All Druijliti VIgnrandam yetmye11lIarch Writ tho Doctor beneatayouYlJor dddioiDaJAYYh J lowll Jeri sioners Mtssra Poynlz Yontz and Fulton who were not elected by the people who are not responsible to the people who can not be removed by the people It gives these three men also the supreme power to make the count of votes In nil contested dictions and to declare who shall have the offices nnd who shall not only exception to this rule is in case of a contested election ol Governor or Lieutenant Governor which Constitution provided shall be de termined by the Legislature but the members of the Leglslatnre get their credentials from county election commissioners whom the State Board appoints and may remove at will at any Instant If one of the board dies or tesigns the people can not fill his place It is filled by the other two If two die or resign their places arc filled by tbe other one When Pryor and Ellis resigned Poyntz exercised the extraordinary power ol appointing Fulton and Yonts to their places The principle ol the law is undemo cratic and no amendment yet sug gested can make it Democratic N amendment can do so which does not really amount 10 a total repeal It takes from the people of each county the right they always before had to elect their own county officer formerly their county judge to appoint the election officers for each precinct in the county Until the Goebel Law was enacted the people of each coun ty upon discovering any unfairness or fraud in the appointment of else floe officers in that county always had it in their power to punish the camswitted it at tbe next election Undei 1the Goebel Law that power is taken away from them If the State Board wants fraud it has only to appoint men on the county boards who arc willing to do its bidding II they refuse the State Hoard can tetucve then at any moment Ia a wotd the Gue1 bel Law suljccts every 1every county in the Stud to the arbi trary power of the three members o the State Board and then makes the in the final judges to say who is abets in every case save only in the case tl Governor or Lieutenant G rvernm The Cz ir of Russia has not a more ab solute power over his sutjtcts thin these three Election Commissioner could exercise over the people of Ken lucky provided they have the dispc sition to exercise it and are not nfraii to do it Such a dependence of popu lar rights upon the will of three melt however good and wise whom the people can not elect must not only he abhorrent to ever man who really be lieves in the most essential oi al Democratic principles the tight f the people to be governed by men ol their own choosing but it is plain Kentucianteapprove it Ought they to do sol Should not every man who loves hh State who believes in free government who would hIve the people o Kentucky a free people who believe in fair play use his influence lor the asss peal as party men In this emergen cy parties are nothing to us There are men who can not understand this sentiment We trust there are many who can and will We appeal to the moral sense ol the people We ac oneewrongsethe crimes ol politicians of both par ties We recognize the errors th wrongs the crimes of politicians o both parties But we believe that the pattiesei want what is honorable and right and fair It is these that we earnestly urge to consider what we say and to use every endeavor to secure the prompt and total repeal of this undemocratic and dangerous election law It has already done great harm If it is not repealed it will do far greater harm hereafter It was a Democratic IDeas tire and therefore our main appeal roust needs be to Democrats We ask each of these to calmly consider whether the honor and the peace ol our State would not be furthered by the repeal of the law We ask him whether its retention will not be a plain confession of weakness by the Democratic party anl prove that it is afraid of the people on a fair vote and a fair count We ask him If it would not even prove that the Democratic partythe party which in former years under a fair election law al ways honestly carried the State by large majorities has been dragged down by its shortsighted and selfish leader to the dishonorable practice of securing by a false count officers which they formerly won in fair battle It that is not the purpose of those lead ers who oppose the repeal of tbe law we ask every fair minded Democrat why those leaders are unwilling to let the people of each coupty elect the man or men who are to appoint the election officers for that count Why do they want to leave power over elec ions in tbe hands of three men on the State Board all ot whom or u controlling tmjirity of whom me Detuccratt No amendment which does not amount to n repeal will leave the taw anything but what it is nowdespite- Ic The amendment propped by Senator Blackburn and recommended by the receipt Democratic Convention if the effect that tilt Republican pay ts ball be given a minority itpr tfi tv tion on tim Stale U mot ir n rtl I would not only leuvc ciimplrl con trot ot the boards action in time hands of the Democratic majority of its members but it does not answer the objection that the board Is not elec ed r ibfa4L 1fltth t 1 4AJLtfr 1 f 11 Sh 1 Yh 111 t1tt1 I ffhlt ll1YrtYf YtJ lYl Ytl ItlflhYIItY 3 EaIIJrI Cc11iJDS Iq 4SOME DONrhS SOMti DOS r I f Dont fail to read our weaklyad Do road our weekly ads Dont forgot to como to our store 16 keep yoirsolf posted s Dont fail to lot us show you through Do catchall tho bargains you can Dont leave until shown through Do gut ull you can for your mioneytfail to get our prices Do give us a chance to sell to you mDont m forget them Do remember wo aro out for business lWDont fail to compare thorn with others Do remember prices dont cut tiny figure S Dont forget our quality of goods Do romombur you urn wanted at our stun Dont forgot to tell your neighbor Do remember wo want your trade Dont fail to bring her along Do rumomber wo are always in tho loath rt fairem Eprice you get a full measure of value heaped up and run Itfi rIng over We are never tuldLaisol1ne Thats the B s i etcwWopII1 Jr or R T COLLINS Hartford Ky mIt1a t the people and has power to nullfy the votes of the people Again the Ian is not only undcmo era tie on its face It Is unfair To leave to partisan ol one patty the apt pointment ol all the election officers of the State is plainly unfair It can not but result In fraud Such frauds are sure to provoke mote had teeing aud probably bloodshed The State must suffer It will tale years Stir Kentucky to recover from the bad ef facts of what has already occurred un der the Goebel Law It would be I street madness for the great body of Democrats to permit n few selfish leaders to prevent the repeal of a law wbich patty policy as well as lair deal ing and the peace and goal name of the State demand 1Our regular judges under the Cons are elected by the people The county judge is elected by th people of the county II the county is i Democratic the judge will be Democratic If It is Republican he will be a Republican Jhe circuit judge elected by the people of his IsII mafI true of the Court of Appeals judges This is as it should be The judge I respou11slhle for re election il they wish This itII Democracy true home rule Democra I cy But although not called judges f the most powerful judges in Kenluck ire the three State Election stoners who are above the people and judge of elections livery judge In Kentucky will hereafter depend fc tbeseII election ol the legislators who are to t decide contests hi Governor and Lieutenant i Governor and every lour years re elected State election cum nusslontrs even more easily than they control the election of other State offi cers for all they have to do is to mike the county election give certificates of commissionersI wholalelegislators and turn out any man whom they can not control Not only are these three State Election Com missioners the most powerful judges- In the State whose decision upon the vital question of elections is final and not reviewable by any ot the charts provide by the Constitution but they constitute the only chart In Kentucky which the very otjct of the law is to make partisan To any man who has a sense of justice this is appalling Suppose the Constitution of the State instead ofallowing the people to elect them had provided that theI judges of the Court of Appeals should all be Democrats or all Republicans would the fair minded people of Kentucky ever have approv Id it And jet we have seen that the State Board of Election Commission ers in the alt Important matter ol elections Is above the Court of Appeals That court bolds itself powerless to correct any injustice or any rfcud however fl grant which these three all powerful State Election Corns mh loners may perpetrate The spirit of Anglo Saxon liberty is dead lad e- 1a Kentucky if alter all we have wit BieclonlLawNot as pan t aas but as citizens I who have an Interest in the State we appeal to you not as partisans but patriots to speak out like wen Talk I to your eephbors and demand of your Idltlonnlnot merely as plainly the hwt policy I of the Democratic patty hut as de mandcd lor the peace welfare and honor ol the EXm StateITRMITK nontnv Chairman W R nrucNAi ASPKRW COWAN FRANK N HAKTWKII GRO to BROWN M GARY IRTRR WO HARRIS r AIFRRD BRANDKIS 1 IITtHlE t III Il l U CTIIC TlC PHoNe 1 ManuTAoturod by the Southern Electrical Company Nasbv111e TennAnd he convinced that it is thee fear of Any elepnonerttOV TilE MARKET VVe make a specialty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Clues Lone Distance Trinimitter best hard rubber hand Telephones With Batteries c mil te for Q2S P 0 JJ Gun Nashville Write us for prices on all material usedlu cjunection with rims TKLE PHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS We Are HoAdqucitors 9a BOON TO SIIIAN treI R or irj1 PILEa m2Z C y r 1111j CURE INTERNAL andI IEXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINrCURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CENTSILOUIS MO J rY dYYnrYnrrrvYn t 1 V TORMSWHITESCREAMnetts bantlV hallo + ffJSSS Quellty For 20 6omodiss1BOLAI rffimPrepared b7 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis 1 r YOUNG MEN WANTED with fair education and good character to learn Telegraphy Railroad accounting and aliiIkind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also admitted white for flee utaldguc Fall term opens August SStli Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor sad Manhood Cure Impotencytlght Emltlon LOll of Men a waiting disease 60oseellPILLSCISOchoeS CTSOo620O with our frur ntea to curs circularandCopr Norvita aEXTRA STRENOT1I RtlirlhnLLD LBJrI roiltlrelr crnarentMd cure for Lou of Power OrganParosts theResults ehoantee bond to oars in 00 dope or refundmossy paid Address NEil IRough River iXCOItroiUTKD Telephone Company rnik being cheap and necessary you pntroniohoma folks where you gun buy your own I phones and build own linos and be in talking distance with time whole county and business payingaI Telephone and Color ntthewliolooxlwnsoif particularsWe UnI11h 7 Wblbralia u I roaaremorapm1fJ n lbaIto n o notuod labrw rttIClkIsty IlNoeeh ronardIrlta nloaa4y0enot f wurafawYlarullnrYlj Notice Irons job of Cleaning clothe r WHICH WILL NOMINATE THEH8N JOHN W YERKES KENTUCKYS NEXT GOVERNOR I For tho next thirty days are going to have euroenough TALK i ING MATCH The way it Iswe talk for our GOODS and our jT goods talk for us For the time mentioned we are going to bhe you good HONEST VALUES al LESS that OLD TIME PRICES iI Wash GoodsNow that the hot weather is on you will bo looking fur thin fabics not too high in price but nico in quality We were lot 1111tunalo Dough to get just what you want at reduced prices Plenty of pretty figured ties sheer and nice at lOc Big lot of Organdies fine quality figured at lOc fruity figured Bwiwea at 15c India Lincns6c lOc 15c 20c 25c anti 30c Pretty lino of Laces Embroideries to trim any of thefco goods V Slipper DepartmentR Our stock is large ami it mutt bo reduced The way we are going to dolt Is to CUT TUB THICK You can buy our 8200 Ticutncycr slippers in tan latest toe t815 You can buy our 175 Trismeyer Slipper latest lost black vest Ins top for 150- You cal buy our 8150 Triesmoyer Slipper in black for 125 This comes in heel or spring heel Now is the time to wear these goods and it is certainly the time to buy the- mHot Weather Articles for Men We are fixed in the lino of Mciid Wear All wool barge Cot 250 to S3 bleu plain and fancy Linen Suits 82 to 83 GUI d black Luiire CoaU 81 25 to 3- Juinptale line for boys and young men of fancy light weight Cnnimcro Suits nt 85 to 12 50 Mens Ualbriggan Shirt and Drawers 25c each Boys Gauze Vett 25c Men a nico uiunicr Susjcmlcr colon moat 25c Big line latest styles mctl arms Jjoya Straw Hats 2J5cto 81 Good feat black Bocks 150or two pairs for 25c Samo In tan Latojt style lowcut Short 8100 to 8200 Bg selection Mens fancy Negligee Shirts 20o each or six for 8150 Good uxlra t u bordered Handkerchiefs 5r each or eix for 25c Silk Sleeve hnldere 5c per pair no lon Garters all odor 16c to 25c per pair Mens fancy Hummer Ties 5c to 50c We keep n stock iiirpaicd htltJno Special prices on Table Linens bleached and brown Cottons Shirting Prints c- VISIT IIEADQUAHTEHS WHICH IS Hartford Republican1 FRIDAY JULY 6 I j Mr 11 Merrick of Beaver Dam Is In town Mr A C Taylor went to Owens boro Tuesday Mr J D Stewart Beda wcut to r Louisville Sunday Mr John T Gorman Beda was a t pleasant caller Monday Mr D J Coleman Beaver Dam called to see us Monday TMr W S Ford Olaton galled to see us Saturday Judge C W Massle Owensboro 1 was In town Monday and Tuesday- 1VANTEDTwelve thousand three boards KitOwN ANDKRSON uIfoot Annie Stevens Central City U visiting Miss Lucy James Render Messrs Fon Rogers M S Ragland and J L person attended the reunion at Rochester Wtdnesday Messrs J B Dennis Prentis H C Shaver and V M Stewart Bedrt j were among our callers Monday Miss Rosabelle Cobb Sacramento Ky Is visiting Mr and Mrs J L Burton Render Miss Lena Fentress Central City Is visiting Mr and Mrs T K Sals burg Render Mrs Julia Renfrew of Sulphur Springs is visiting her daughter F Mrs S J Wedding e Mr J D Render and family of Morgantown visited Mr and Mrs E P Neal Saturday and Sunday Mrs J B Foster received news by telephone from Louisville of her als- tersillnessMrs C M BarnettThura day night where she left Friday morn ing to be at her bedside for R few days Mr Henry Hurts son Filzhugh Dundee died Sunday morning at 4 oclock ol flux He was onlt ten years of age and bad been sick only a short time Ills remains were burled Sunday afternoon atthe Canan grave yard The Floating Studio will make the 1 following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May tad and re main until June 4thi5mallbouse JuneStisaad remain until June loth KltteyM rr Humphteys Landing June roth and remain until June 13th Print Ilwuil Jitne 130 ami remain oljllnr IS n- It 0 JCHHOKTER Prop r I v PISO S CURE FOR Al ALL IMrs J A Park of Clear Run is Ill Miss Lillle Miller is visiting in theI country near Beaver Dam Miss EmmaB rnes Beaver Dam i visiting her ulster Mrs Shelby Tay lorrMr Ernest Woodward spent the first ot the week visiting friends in Beda Capt J G Keown and Mr Shelby Taylor were in Owensboro Friday and Saturday Mr Jasper Pattonjnear town was sun stroke Wednesday and Is reported quiet sick Misses Maggie and Annie Grundy of Greenville are the guests ol Mrs E B Pendleton We are very sorry to learn that MrsI C M Barnett is sick of pneumonia at her home In LouIsvilleIMrs Rebecca Brotherton r of Owens boro visited her daughter Mrs S K Cox the first of the week Mrs J F Arabros Palo and Mrs George Dames Beaver Dam visited Mrs Shelby Taylor first oi the week Mrs J W Lytle and son Master William Henry Oweusboro are VlslI ling Mr and Mrs J H WilliamsI Miss daughter of Mr andI Mrs George Hines Dundee has flux She is reported as being quite sickt Misses Vena arid Gussie Woodward Centertown visited Misses Mary and Martina Bennett uear town first of tho weekIMessrs John C Chamberlain Jas B tier John Shown and Pender DenI nett Beda made us a pleasant call yesterday Col J S R Wedding and wileI spent Saturday and Sunday bls- slsllr Mrs R A Harrison nearISulphur Springs Statements of the Bank of Hartford and the Ohio County Bank will be found in another column TheseJn stllutlons show a most excellent stand ing and their depositors and patrons feel perfectly sale with their business entrusted to the managers ol theSe institutions Nursing lIotHers I Theyknow babyAllScotts Emulsion It gives them strength and makes the food richer and more abundant Ptol T J Motions baby is ver sick at Cobden 111 Mrs Magdalene Rogers is visiting in the country near Beaver Dam Mrs n P Neal is visiting her ai terMrs JD Render of Morgantown Mrs Coijle Willlnnis Beaver Dam will move bock to Hnttfoid next Mon day Mr A W Davidson of near IIeav Dam has been very sick during the past week heart disease is his trouble The noted play Gyp the Heiress r will be played at the college hall JIiir tonight tBt by the Utonia Dramatic Club Mr R B Martin and family have moved back to Cromwell We regret that it Is necessary that we give them up but our loss is anothers gain Mrs M S Ragland and daughter Miss Leta and son Mr U G wen Iff Roslne Wednesday evening to enjoy Raglanbrothers Miss Kate Rock McHenry was adjudged a lunatic In Judge Millers court Monday She was conducted to Hopltlnavllle by deputy sheriff D M Hocker Mr J E Fogle and family left yes terday lor Mlddlesburg Casey county to visit his father who is past 85 years of age They will beI absent about three weeks Mr J K Dawson of Owensboro was In town Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday grading the streets The trustees ot Hartford are determined to have sidewalks and it Is a good Idea to have the streets graded Misses Lizzie and Rachel Sander tar Sadie and Nell Austin Edna Griffin Alice Stafford and Isabell Cox and Mrs R T Collins and Mr andI Mis Z Wayne Griffin are at Springs this week picnlclng Rev R T Uruner of Owensboro will deliver two discourses at the Babtist church Sunday 1 1 am and 8 p m Rev Btuner is a man ot ability anti his sermons will be both Interesting and Instructive He should have a good audience both InI the forenoon and alternoonI cut at eMcIIenryinflicting a very painful would GuyI slipped up behind Southard and struck over the left shoulder lie escaped toI Central City where be was arrested yesterday and brought to Hartford and placed in the custody ot Mr TH Black The next examination for Teachers Certificates will be held the 20th and 21st We make this announcements for the benefit of our teacher readers The news pertaining to the county schools will always be found in TUB REPUBLICAN and not elsewhere So every teacher should have TUB RB PUIILICAN on his desk AugustaaSnow Lineament Co ol St Lonls Moc called at Tint RKPUOLICAN office yesterday Mr Chance is a very pleasant social and genial gentleman and his call was highly appreciated lie purchased space in TUB REPUBLICAN to advertise Ballards Snow Lineament and this maybe found at Mr J H Williams drug store on Market St Messrs Busklll Nail the photogt Yrappersrora Ind where they will locate lors a short while These young menC have done an excellent business here since they opened up their gallery and We hope they will meet with suc cess wherever they may go They are very pleasant and genial gentleI men and they are most sure success is when the proper effort has been put forth Mr Mitchell Maddox was killed while opening a coal mine near Island Ky Wednesday He was about three feet under the gound arranging some props when about a wagon load earth tell on him and crushed himc bad that he died in three hours aft rwards He was a young man about twentyone years old not mart rled His remains were Interred Island cemetery yesterday at oclock Funeral was hed Rev T MMortonaThe Fourth ot July celebration at IJlugewere present and enjoyed therl renewal of former acquaintances and the exchange of toad and friendly greetings Ample provisions WellS for all present The soldiers enjoytd an old time camp tare Many people took provisions for themselres tlIngsuit the fancy of the different classes represented Altogether the day was highly enjoyable as such occasions should be Mr Simon Jones Render made TUB REPUBLICAN pleasant call Mon day before leaving for the old country his native home He Wit yesterday J for New York from which point he will salt next Tuesday In company with his sister for England He will be absent about three months Mr Jones has been Superintendent the Central Coal Iron Cba mines at Render about twenty y jara and his proven an excellent manager of the ompanys business Not only dots he enjoy the unwavering confidence of his employers but Ihctte tinder hlaite man the employees of the company al Render presented him n 850 gold watch Wednesday night Dr II lanes in a very pleasant and larpre- live manner presented the watch sMessrs Busklll Nall made a pho tograpli Monday ol Ufq Jas A Park s family in which there were five gene pitons represented The following a the parties composing the group Mrs Nancy Park son Jas A Park rand wifegranddaughterMrs Florence Allen great granddaughter Mrs Cora Carter and great great granddaughter Irma Carter Mrs Nancy Park is So years old and in good health Sh has pieced and quilted two quilts th spring herself Although she says she feels that she is living on borrow ed time in all probability she will live a number of years yet There ar very few people who have lived to see lour generations of their chlldten institutet InstlIs month with Profvjohn C Willis as instructor There is no reason why this Institute should not be the best ever held in the county and we be- lIeve it will be As is the teacher s- Is o the school provided the teacher has the material at hand out ol which to make a school likewise with the institute We certainly have the ma terial for an excellent institute The Instructor has been tried and has proven a very capable and successful leader in school work The program committee is prepar ing a program for the institute which will be printed and mailed to the teachers the latter part of next week Every teacher should prepare to take noire part in the work and make the institute a place of interest If you dont feel quite well try a of Hoods Sarsaparllla It is a wonderful tonic and invigorator it will help you Dedicatory ServicesI jHartfordEditor of TUB REPUBLICAN The fotttth quarterly meeting of the Hart circuit will be held at Beaver a Dam the fifth Saturday and Sunday in July Rev Virgil Elgin is explctI to be present and do the preaching n connection with the quarterly meeting will be the dedication ol the new M E Church South at Beaver Dam The dedicatoy sermon to beI preached by the Rev Virgil Elgin at it oclock Sunday morning in thep grove not far from the Babtist with dinner on the ground We hope 1 to have a sermon in the olternoon at the same place by the Rev E E Patea former pastor and services at night Io the new church preaching by Drotht er Elgin All ore invited to come bdevotionstees 0hueof the churches and parsonage as the discipline directs Let all of the oilShit members of the charge be present Saturday at the quarterly meeting as well as on Sunday jJNotlco to halrmanflat Greensburg Ky June 9 1930 To the Chairman or Secretaries of the Republican County Committees of Fourth Congressional District ou arc requested to send to me astl as convenient a full roster of your Committee Do not neglect this Yours JRepWHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE only effectually expels worms but unequaled as a tonic and Is a cer+ lass and permanent cure for Chills and Fever in children Price 25 cts For sale by J H WIlliams MATANZAS KY i July 4 1900 Croquet parties ice suppers and social entertain ments seem to be the order of the dayC but the most noteworthy of which was entertainment given by Mr and Mrs S A Bratcher on last Saturday tjIMable Tlchenor were invited to spend the evening with Mr and Mrs Bratcher each lady in turn was re uested to invite a gentleman friend attend with them which request in the presence ot the IITaylorTilden Taylor F E Everly and C L Myers This entertainment wasthe most enjoyable event 01T the season and every one present ex their heaty thanks to Mr and Bratcher for the hospitality shown them REx J Im perfect digestion and assimila flan produce disordered conditions of- tthe system which grow and ore confirmed by neglect HERBINE gives tune to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 cts For sale by II Williams I Notice to Creditors II All persons having claims against the estate of E T Miller deceased- are notified to present the same prop ails proven to thee undersigned per sonal r representative At my office in Hartford Ky on or before the 14th day of July 1900 or they will be Jar barred 474t SHOT WITHOUT WARNINGs Young Clem Graff Falls a Victim at the Hands reof Jo Evans His Companions Sook Safety In Flight THIAI IT ruit NEXT WKI nA1 eLast Sunday night about to oclock isJo 1 vans shot and instantly killed Clcm Graff in the hall door of thr house in which he was living two miles east of Beaver Dam on Esq- e John M Leachs farm Graft was in company with Forrest and Cleve Chinn who had accompanied him to Rosine where thief purchased some whisky and started for home enjoy ing themselves as boys will who are disposed to indulge in strong drink they were not drunk however but were slightly intoxicated but were slightly intoxicated They called at the home of Evans about io oclock and knocked on the door and according to the evidence given to the Coroners jury by the Chinn brothers no one appeared so Graft shoved the door open and stepped into the hall when as they testified Evans fired without warn ling Graff or asking his name or bus iness instantly killing him The gun used was loaded with duck shot about one hundred irt number accord- Ing to report and was discharged at very short range The load entered the left breast of Greg just below the heart ranging downward and the young man in the bloom of life fell dead at the feet of his slayer with a tale in his side as large as an ordinary mans fist while his chums and companions fled for help to a neighpors residence not far distant There are two sides to every story and this is nOlan exception to the rule Evans stated to the Coroners jury that some one knocked the door open with a board striking it twice and stepping into the ball he said Why In the hldidnt you leaves we told you to do and Evans further stated that he opened the door his room and fired without calling to know who was there or demanding that he leave or make known his business or warning him in any wry that he was going to shoot Evans stated that be had been ordered to leave the community by same arties that came to his house alter night and that he had been advised y Mr John M Leach and his sou Will to shoot any one who came there Evans Is a man of very ordinary intelligence and his wife is said to be a- very suspicions character They have beenpermitted to live In this commu against the unanimous protest the citizens and the killing ol is the result therefrom Evans was arrested by deputy heriff Flem Stevens and guarded un tit Monday afternoon when he was brought to Hartford and taigas in all on tailing to give bond which placed at tooo His examln trial was set for last Wednesday request of the defendant Coroner L W Hunt was summon edwho held an inquest over the corpse The verdict of the jnry was that Grafl had come to his death at hands ofJo Fvans The remains of the unfortunate were buried in the hit Vernon graveyard Monday evening Within the ast month three of the Graff family been burled at this place of the- deadthe lather and mother ofyoung Clem Graft Messrs Clem Graff Forrest and Cleve Chinn were all well respected young men and this sad affair has cast a pall over the whole communU nlty 1Boat for tho BowelsdNo matter what you toa cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS help nature cute you wlthsut a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 50 healthbackc the genuine put up in metal CstalDped Mr M L Heavrin has recently purchased river bottom farm in tbeIsuberbs of Hartford and a fine milch cow It is supposed that he will soon establish a dairy however la not definitely known The farm peculiarly adapted to grazing NDCCKSHWOHTII UOWIn40 eenunseln thetinnlhprnrst 1tnghee nfrrtut remedy for lLllls nml all IlAlnrln rytCoal a We will exchange coal or deliver anyhingFeed line at Hartford prices Tele phone 66 JNO A ED MILLER HeadachetlIf often a warning that the liver Ii torpid or Inactive More serious promptlemclentliver troubles ta- keHoods PillsSWhile they rouso tho full regular action of the bowels they do not gripe or pain do not irritate or inflame theInternal organs but have a positive tonic effect c-at all draEglati orb mall ofwOIUood A Co IS IT A VOLCANO NTIIAMJE IllKNOMKXON IN alLE A N EXCITES CVrOSJT HBIfAcreofGroundSlnksanFire d Around tho Edges On Bob Owens farm near Glenville inMcLean county there is a phenomenon that is attracting considerable attention and is drawing visitors to it from miles swag Says the Louisville Commercial About a week ago on top of n larg hill on Mr Owens farm about a acre of the surface sank over a foot Surrounding the sunken surface is bottomless chasm about a foot wld arid at limes lire emits from the chasm At night when the fire forth it is said to be a beautiful as aweinspiring scene Attempts t sound the chasm have been made b tying rope lines together and lettla down a weight and a line over 100 feet failed to reach the bottom The fire appears at irregular intervals oc curring frequently at night and it alsoI blazes up fitfully at times the blez is not over four feet high while a other times balls of fire will shootI forth hundreds of feet into the air It is attracting visitors from all the surrounding country andnobody who has seen the strange sight is abl to account for it Some believe it is a small volcano while others think th earth has sunk en Into a natural ga reservoir and the flames seen are from the burning ga- sProgrammo i of tho Ohio County Sunday School Convon tlon which meets at Beaver Dam Kentucky Friday Jnly 20 1900 9300 m InvocationRev J H Brown Presidents AddressCol W F Long 10 a m The State Association its work its needs and its Claims Prof E A Fox State Secretary 1030 a m The Sunday Schools Influence for GoodDrS D Taylor 1045 a m The Home and theSun day School Joe Foster 11 a m Building up a Sunday SchoolJ C Petrie 1120 a m TheSunday School and the ChurchRev J N Jarnnglri Song and Benediction Afternoon 130 p m The Sunday School as aqh Evangelizing AgentMiss Virgel ve Ine Hocker giWorleMlssesCliMe Gray 2 p m Sunday School Teacher Rev J H Ratcliff 215 p m Discipline and how se 25 curedRev S1 J Thompson 230 p m How to Make the Sunday School Attractive Porf Nr T Groves I 245 P tII The Secretary and bin that Duties Harry Monroe and Heber and Matthews only 3 p m How to Increase Sunday School Prof E W Patterson and Ozna Shultz 310 p m Teachers Training Prof E A Fox 340 p m Punctuality and how setbcuredRev J N Edwards that 345 p m How to keep evergreen ails Sunday School in the Country Die tricts N C Daniel and L B LoueyI 4 p m Election of officers and other Business Delegates will be entertained V and with the hospitable head of Beaver Dam people and all subjects In will be open for discussion one who may be presentto SMALLHOUSE KY July 3 1900 Notwithstanding the rain and mud Mr Joe Dexter and Miss Rachel Addington were quietly mar fe atdayatcongregation They left fmrnediately for Dawson Springs where they will for a short time end then they sis will go to Illinois to molce their future home We wish to extend to them a hearty congratulation Farmers are a little more hopeful piceasedplanting their corn Mr Worth Fulkerson came home lice jjhasstreet car Company while the strike was on He said they had some very exciting times occasionally to Mr T J Ford is very sick Mr Henry Withrow thinks that he Is improving slowly Sunday Schools are progressing eta nicely Mrs Mildred Calloway Is expected home today from Utica Ky where piMessrsRoss visited the New Hope neighborhood SundamReid and Messrs Herman and Ray dotowncaMrnear Ceralvo Sunday DILLII HON EMMET ORR ha- ays tho Democrats Demand Ropoal of Coobol Law The lion Emmet Orr of Owenton as In t1lPrv last night mingling I things were coming around just as predicted they would last winter durx ing the Legislature Said he I was confident then that the Goebel election law was obnoxious to the majority of the Democrats over the State and pie dieted that they would demand its repeal before the next election prediction has come true There no doubt but the majority ol the Ken forIThey no in the law and when that is the c a law can not stand The Louis ville Dispatch TEXASIICowboys Shoot Four China Battlee r+ 2ArcodIt cowImen and chinamen be beatn been wounded one fatally Fte Howard a cowboy on the Davidson ranch was wounded in the detachmenttshedThe trouble which is said to be due to the Boxer riots in China started peel lize the Chinese who retired to the cowboysIcow boys rallied keeping up a fire What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest miserable is worse Women are among its greatest martyrs LAB + LERs BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 750 For sale by J II Williams Negroes In a HUrrYI Evansville Ind groes at Grand View Ind began leav- Ing the town in large numbers this morning Since the shooting of marshal Lockhart by a negro named Greathouse Saturday the colored population have been greatly excited and by tomorrow morning there will not be one remaining in the town Whole families are leaving this morn and considerable excitement pref To eradicate worms from the system the child plain nourishing food WHITES CREAM VERMA FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price cts For sale by J II Williams f 100 Rwward 100 thewadere of this jilare will be plmuwd to nrn that there U at least one dreaded disease Mlf nra has bwn nbla to enre In nil It stairs thay cAtarrh balls Catarrh Core ii the j o ltln cure now known to the niedlral Irntrrnltjr Catarrh being nconitltntlonnl treat meat IfnUi Catarrh Con U taken Internal Acting directly upon Ibe blood end mucous for latw or tht ritenither by deitrojlng the found etnjttbaiilntlng natdn InMoIng IU work Tbe propel lonhave eo much pith In 110 curative power they offer one hundred dollars for any COM It lolls to care trend for Hit of tntlmon AddreM RaCHUNEYToledo0 Sold by DrnfmUt Tic Hair Fatally IMIU an the beet 1Volunteerod 1 Did you dig upyour flower garden the springsNo thatCleveland Plain Dealer r a Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton way has so successfully treated chronicj diseases that he is acknowledged today to stand at the head ol his pro ssion in this line His exclusive method oi treatment lot Verlcocele Stricture without the aid of knife cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment oi Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paraly Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than specialistCasesreadily yield to his treat Write him today folly about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of or by mail Address 7 Newtcn M D 309 Church St Tonn tf Those who live on arms are liable many accidental cuts burns andtbruises which heal rapidly BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 For sale by J H Williams Notice The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co also the Hartford Tele and Exchange Co have sotda telephone outfits to the River Telephone Co and desires to up its affairs and go put of bus ess Is your liver tired Does it fall to its duty II so dont neglect its for help A few doses of HER may save you n spell ofsickness R is the liver UPriceskmsDelays Are Dangerousth A small pimple on your face may seem of little consequence but it owsvonr blood Is impure and tut- he diseases from which people suffer Better heed the warning giving by the pimple and purify your blood at once by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla This medicine cures all diseases due to bad blood including scrofula and salt rheum sThe nonirritating cathartic Hoods Pills CONDITIONeOF TIE DAN JOFHARTFORD At the close of bnsslneis June 30th 1900 RESOURCES Bills Discounted 84234 84 Overdrafts Unsecured 7643- 4i63i9SDue from Banks Cash Od Hand 972026 37810e300000d100000 168683to 35II3 35 1435171I LIABILITIES Capital Stock 4000000 Undivided Profits 337677 7019899rSurplus 302 07 Dividend Unpaid 800 IU35I7 II J C RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J C Riley July 2 1900 JNO T MOORE NP O C My commission as Notary Public expires Jan 6 1904 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE OHIO mm nnAt the close of business June 30th 1900- RESOURCES Bills Discounted 44687 64 Overdrafts Secured 151888 Overdrafts Unsecured 18758 Banking House and Lot 500000 and Bonds 236066 Due from Nat Banks 12931 47 Cash on Hand t 441818 Furniture and Fixtures 50000 Expenses Paid 799 70 Debts In Suit 39100 7270511 LIABILITIES Capital Stock t 1000000 Deposits 6130117 Due Other Banks 58 75 Undivided Profits 134719 72705 ii Sworn to before me by S K Cox Propr July 3 1900 IWAUCSRN PO C My commission as Notary Public January loth 1902 Will Carry Kentucky We will carry Kentucky says MrHanna Goebel law or no Goebel law That Is the tight kind of talk et us I show the democratic leaders have played such a highhanded game in that state that the republican doesnt lie down before such scoundrelly Uctlcs Minneapolis Tribune No Hope trtlnuri + for you said four different physi but I still had sufficient left Dr Miles New Heart Cure as it was recommended to me I had suffered for years with heart trouble so bad was my case I was given up to die several times Had severe palpitation short breath and much pain about the heart fluttering and smothering spells but Dr Miles Heart Cure gave me prompt relief finally a permanent cure Mrs J L Taylor Owintboro Ky DR MILE- SHeart CureIi told all druccUti on guarantee first tattle benefits or money back Book on heart and nerves seat IRe Dr Mlles Medical Company Elkhart Ind lendlugkcloh conccmlDathesent upon request Patents secured apenseImitate10- 1nolluwllboutcbargelu1nTUaParaurRrcoeq JouJUI1couulttdScuO sample copy met Additu VICTOR J IVAN CO Iij u P = The Kiiid You Have Always Bought ana whCh lias been In use for over 30 years has liorno the slfjimturo of unit has been made under Ills per r sofa supervision Hlnco Its 1iflic S Allow 110 ono todeceive you In tills All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justzisgooii are hub Experiments that 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if we read THE CHICAGO RECORD whosef Special Cable Correspondents arc located in very important ity in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive a service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nationsof wars and rumors of warsoC the threatening dissolution of old governments and the establishment onewof the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper TILE CHICAGO RECORD i larve man of the world on Mcroators Projection nbout3z1S FREEA 111 size beautifully primed In colon with n lanrnacale map Enl opo on the revcrto side will be mullet loony address lice of on receipt ot rciiuokt accompanied by two 2ccnt Mumps to cover KMtce and lbITJ1o ion rob clearly how comprehensively the special cablaserrlco of THE covers tUe cntlro clvlllsud world Ad dress TUB CUJCAOO UJCO1W 181 iUdlxin street ChIcago Hartford Republican iyix6 xciFLELxe- vTlMiHrnnl Inklnvelfol Snmlny April Ibl- tHII nt muni Niirth llnninl No 101 ilui 41 n in No KlJ ilu 2M p III No If ilue3f I i m Houtll lluuilil Nil 1SI ilue llMu Ul xii 111 doe JM ii ui 1llrhtSoth llonml Nn ID4 dnv 7W 010 Moulh Hound No ILl One SA1 p m Train No IH lll utop fir Owenubnro Illat Rod KiiilNVllle iiiitiMnKen i nlj H II VAUMKTKR Auriit SOME HOPE FOR OREGON In Caso Weather Doesnt Become to Rough The Chance Small Though as 1 This Is tho Season of tho Chlnoso Storms to Washington Jnne3JThe follow- Ing dispatches were received Ihit morning at the navy department re lattng to the grounding the Orrgan Che Foo June 29 Secretary Navy Anchored yesterday dense It login 17 lath ns1 Hire miles south i if Howkc light Gull of Pe Chi Li m sent two boats and sounded least cater five and a half fathoms Weath er clear Got under way and struck Pinacle rock much water in forward compartment Ierfecllysraoolh Shall charter steamer if possible at Che Foo and lighten the ship Rock through tide of ship above double bottom ibout frame 19 Small holes also through bottom of ship WitDrt Che Foo June tq Secretary Navy Washington Iris gone to the assist ance of the Oregon RAYMOND ROGERS Commanding tbe Nashville Hong Kong June 29 Secretary Navy Washington Princeton ar lived Brooklyn leaves tar Nagasaki the Zifiro at Che Foo has been sent to assist Oregon reported by Rogers on a rock south ot Howke light Iris going to her assistance RriMRV Cnpt Wildes statement of the injuries sustalne by the Oregon it scarcely sufficient to enable the naval constructors here to form a definite pinion as to the prospects of saving he famous ship They say however the ship probably can be saved it tOt vcather does not become rough but unfortunately tbls is the season 01 storms in Chinese waters Pinnacle rock where the Oregon ran aground is about 25 feet high and lies three and two third miles south f Howke island and about a mile and a quarter northeast of the island ot Siao Lu Shanx The rock is en circled by a shoal and should not be approached nearer than three cables According to the hydrographic bureau officials there is a strong current from three to five nets which is preva lent in this vicinity and this fact to cethrr with the dense fog that pre vailed at the time greatly enhanced he danger in navigating the Oregon The officials of the naval hydrograph iis1 office says there is a great rise IUd fall of the tide at this paint about ten feet and it is possible that the Oregon may be lilted iffia this way and set afloat without assls ttnce Wo Are Yet Barbarians It has chanced lately that a largt wave of literature regarding the disap jearance of the beantlful birds of the cUd wood has set my way and I take t to meanIn fact it has been so Uated that some words in tegard to he matter would not be out of place n The Blade It is not only the song A Gentle Wind of Western Birth 11 Tells no fweeler story to humanity 111anI n the announcement that the healthgiver and healthbringer Hoods Sarsapatilla tells of the birth of an era of good health It is the one reliable specific for the cure of alt blood stomach andliver tro- ubles1LYQNSI j j t I TnAOI I I I I MAnY LAXATIVE j SYRUPuATuncocuneron CONSTIPIIIONI In of Jurlous drugs and is the best prescription that CJn be coilrjnlllIded for ithe cure of ConstIpation Blllou5nessIN rou drlveStoutnukes the comploxlcn clear If do not llls it letter than allY- laxative have ever used your I druggist will refund the money I for children as well atIr I ca CA = A II Itt tnoV A CO Dillillrr Hy II 11 I t tI UI-u Ifc t UIIIAJVHnlzlJnrNIrlII UT I A It 1 1 Ill 4 i U ItHliih Ky- WIIII ttPIoAI O Mellrnry Ky- JIHIV XTAYLOIIOromwrll Ky F CATARRH Tho Mother Consumption How this Dread Disease May be Prevented md CuredThe Oreatett of SpeclatUts WrlttlIon the Subject Catarrh htb mother rf consumption UI nor etarr d ennupnonIutL j i of hut when It the IIOlnlto the hairilk lnuttnbcsand ltttteIungccIlt- Iho cotpIlOfl cutrhOlrn r 01 allowIng tIn- outrIdllchIrznd a to accumulate caupeaarn tIne awar nt the membrane molting In hat wt allO4t umptk aoC tbe Lunge I THB TENDENCY OP CATARRtI ot TMtonrtencr nf caurrh C lPU I hI once obtne- a foothold in an portion of the niucon U2PVCfln- Iehlch linel evrydlrectlofl- CateflIt every rev117 the body II to lanUI In IIID1TTYTY fottince puTt amuuonlr known at In ILl Cold II tddedtohiranotuer 1eCItIt of totneeZtxaeIpoi1II- orweakening itt Iii ytm and becom bznne r I getnlt Unlesla radIcaicureol- iii ron11U4W1 I the dlwaee gee rapldli the throat to the bnmchlil tubes lad then to thi lungeNGW LUNGS Conriroptlon ranImc tjfar c nrn newnvit hut caurrh can bo rumlln ncept Ibis flaal and Iwr fatal tine A CERTAIN cimn n experIenTe of daring hlh timalhivotrutM many thouiund ot caeg nl11tfirminlraUrrh Imre vmr J t fillrd In radkvland rrman nt Tie dIbleblono ncltt lVl1 Jnr OWn and the 8 am prepared under my piretniat direction In mi two rloo ilmt geouilo lunzlne they bar ConrompUonnljei roalltr the illwa hat not LiCC I RUI trottIng and coring caPe ot thla arl tuakethipittigni cf dccaVhaar- olhginlntiielnnnthtncITslcan perlecUy welt shuns DnOIN AT InjIM me once more nrce beiln treatment at tore for a it now If better then the throe mortht later on I hall make for the neit booth a PCall low itt for of catarrh not F 1cgrother dimfltkluW no eTira charge telnet eth that may be required J NEWTON HATHAWAY M O- Dr lliitlulWBy k Co SOB Churcli ijtrrrt taIivI11c Tens J1KNTIOX TillS IAfKIt WHEN WIIIT1NO birds of the forest that are being swept away but also those of tbe seashore which skim the waters in graceful fight a joy forever to those who watch their movements This is not a new subject here but one I have often touched upon before It should be of especial interest to wo men inasmuch as upon them is placed the whole responsibility for the van ishing ot these leathered children ol the air upon their vanity which demands such saatifices nnd such cluelt for Its saUslsilipn Emily S Btulon w OASXORXABean the Its Kind YeII Hare Always EaijH Elar faHis Mlsfortuo Teacher Try to remember thisI Milton the poet was blind Do you think you can reinerabes it Bobby SmartYes maam TeacherNow what was Mil tons great mislortum Bobby SmattlIc was a poet Blood Poison Curod by B B B llollle Free to Nuirvrem Deep seated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treat ment quickly yield to B B B Bot attic Blood Balm thoroughly tested lor 30 years Have you mucuous patches in the mouth Sore Throat Eruption Rating Sores Bone Pains Itching Skin Swollen Glands SUfi Joints Copper Colored Spots Chan cres Ulceration on the body Halt and eyebrows fall out Is the skin amass of boils pimples and ulcersI Then this wonderful B B B specific will completely change the whole body into a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B drains the poison out of the system so the symptoms cannot return BBB builds up the broken down constitution and improves the digestion So sufferers may test B B B a trial botI tie will be given away free of charge B B B for sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle or 6 large bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood film For trialt bottles address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given 3 What It Was The lawyer asked the witness if Jbe Incident previously alluded to wasnt miracle and the witness said be Jidut know what a miracle was Oh cornel said the attorney Supposing you were looking out ol flndow in the tweutlethslory of a building wd should fall out and should not be irjured what would cu call that An accident was the stolid reply Yes ye but what else would ou- callh Well suppose you were doing the same thing next day suppose lOU looked out of the twentieth story window and fell out and again should rind yourself not Injurednow what would you call that A coincidence said the witness Oh come now the lawyer bean again I want you to under stand what a mirycle is and Im sure you do Now just suppose that the third day you were looking out the twentieth story window anti fell out and struck your head on the pavement twenty storys below and were not in the letl irjured Come now what would you cahIlL Three times wild the witness rousing n little from his opatny Well Id call that a habit II And the lawyer gave it up IOOUI A HIITCU IN runHnvm nine lluiibea Tonic new Inlllrll Iltllalo ilenxniit I taken In enrly Hprinir nutS Full rent rhllU IVngnniinil Mnliirlnl lVven Irl1 nil the liver tone np tlw syititiI IMtrr IbanI ilnliilne IIl1l1rlllIIlryll AI11rnfIlII Sac Hiul tlM l uttlm StMt Took His Own Lifo lRockport Ind June 30 Early this morning George Bender aged twenty six lIving at Tennyson Ind anti engaged in the livery business there committed suicide by hanging himself to a rafter in his barn The cause of the act is unknown I LINCOLN HELPED HER How Nancy Soott a Runaway Slave Fqund Her Hus band Again The death nt the Rhode Island State Institution for the Insane 01tl Nancy Scott aged seventy yenta which occurred during the last week May brings to memory n story of Abraham Lincoln which has never been published Way back in slavery days of Nancy Scott and her husband were slaves on or Virginia plantation owned by one of the prominent and wealthy F F Vs the Commonwealth Nancy was the trusted housekeeper of the family while young she was married to a young slave on the same plantation Her marriage occurred about the beginning of the civil war and alter the first few months of fighting her hus band disclosed to her his intention of running away and working his way North seeking n means of livelihood bade her remain where she wwtin til he could communicate with her and said that when hs became estabF lished wheie he was sure of supporting her he would send for her to go to hint Months went on until one day a dusky little one came to Nancys arms When the baby was a year old Nancy decided to try anti escape and travel North hoping to heat ome news of her babys father She left her cabIn one night at nearly dawn carrying her little one in her arms and passed slowly across the country which was the fighting arena of more battles than any otbc territory in the South She was try ing to make her way to the Potomac river and there at some obscure land ing tike a boat for Washington Such a place she reached one hot day When the boat arrived sht went aboard keeping as ouch out 0 the wayof the passengers as sh could There was a group of men seated on the quarterdeck Among them one whose lein gaunt ftgurt tad dark tcamy face somewhat at traded her notice When the boat neued Washihgor the left her place below among the freight and timidly went up to thi gangway The steamer had arrived it her duck and the passengers were leaving but the group in which the lark rugged man was stated had not dispersedNancy tt went forward toward the gangplank but before she had reached it the purser stepped lorwarrt and said harshly Here you woman where are you going Wheres your ticket Pdral zed with teat she hesitated Youre a runaway nigger and you cant go ashore below and wall see about olllaterdBut the dark seamyfaced man with the tired eyes came up then andt said queitly Whats the m1UellTThe tears Scotts face as she said she oolyI wanted to go ashore that rhe was for her husband her little ones fatherITell me your story said the dark manIn simple words she told him of her separation from her husband the birth of her child her weeks rf weary waiting and the eyes of the dark man grew soft with pity Turning to the purser he said Let this woman go ashore then taking her by the arm he walked by her side until the street was reached Giving her some money he told her to find some decent colored family and make inquiries for her missing husband Tell me your name siibegged Nancy Scott My name my good woman is plain Abraham Lincoln said the man nnd turning away he lifted hiv hat just like I was n grand lady sod lift her- Nancy Scott with the help of the pastor of a church for colored people tcund her husband he had vainly tried to communicate with her many iimesjTie had not dared to go in taich of her He was employed in a hotel and able to care lor his llttie lamlly comfortably Liter he died and Nancy found em ployment with the family of a treas ury clerk with whose family she came North OASXORXABUll thaItsKind You Hate Always BougM Blgaatuii of Haughty Lady who hat purchased slampt I put it on myself Postoflice Asslstai very polite 13 iNut necessarily maam it willI probably accomplish mote if you put it on theletterTlt Bi- tsCONSTIPATION I have gone 14 dnya at a titus without 1 aoTtraiut of the bowel not being able to 00Ye them accept by using hot water Injections ChroniC conitl ailon for ae en yaLta placed me ID toll Mrrlble coudlllont durlugtuat time I did or erilblDl I beardof but neter round any relied such was tur case until I began using CAbCAUKTS I now have groin ono to three patiagea a day and If I was rich I would GIve IIOUD for each noTenieutl II liiuoh a relief AYLUEItLiitRT- l1l1uelllllo Detroit MIsS CANDY CATHARTIC f I TrUCI MARK M54TII1- 11 IO Plaaunt Palatable Potent Tests Good Do rum Slckan vsakeuo hip IOC8ICM- OCURE CONSTIPATION MfUii CM JJ CMIU CUeift IHUIA lew Itra V A Ai Rcssvoved Plasters Surreal operations and flesh destroying piasters ate useless painful anti dangerous and betide never cure Cancer No nmlUr how often a cancerous rote h removH another cnnitit at or near the same polntnnlllllwayain a worse form DotH not this roC conclusively that Cancer U n Ilood illscise and that it Is to attempt to cure dangerous which alter alliS outward slgpof the diseasea place of exit for blood trouble ny cutting or hunting out the sore 01117an poison have been afflicted with it are liable at any Cancer runs lit families through lIIall generations anti those whose ancestors dine to be stricken with the deadly malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer 1s a disease of the blood To cure a l disease like thi you mustcurc the entire blood avttem remove every trace of the Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S S S S S 8 enters the out and removes all taint and stops the fonnittton of cancerous cells No mere tonic blood and forcea out the dUIIIordinary the ReDeralhtaltlltallowing nore I A little pimple a harmless looking wart or mole a lump in the a cut or heal under ordinary treatment be looked upon with suspicion u this Is often the beginning of a I sssairsp Our medical department Is in charge of physicians of Ion- cxtenence who are cstwclally killed in and other blood diseases Write for any odvica IIiHARD TO In Nature Intended tc Level Those Who Push Ahead of the Mass I By brains hard work ard sell denial a man retches a position of wealll and grcatnets j Right then by a natural law the I contrary forces set to work to his tooI evolutlonIH1Jevelopluent Think it over you retuera ber your own anti your friends exper- Ience I When fortunes face begins to smile misfortunes Iron hind foi 011Iorry whIsky tobacco lust collie itcctc 1 lea tit to leave am1 he nun is unable to hold his lofty K sltion Only the grim determined fellow vhn rtcogn ze the devils that would rob and slay him and who sturdily ind steadily tefuse to allow them to Arork on him me able lo stay great Is It worth whili You are your own master and judge You can kill them or you cau yield and they will down you A man says I cant quit There is but one answer Get dawn lien to the lower place thHt the big rowd of commons occupy andWktiker Sifclti J IUuMr cured at b5m sitS out rain Butefir DP ticulara 7ilOt WOULLLTe o M Xortk flyer II S No Need to Worry She Oh George what shalll we it the boat sinks lie very pale Never mind about hat Sarah its not our boat u NLVCESSOiiTZE UtOflINO to ream varenuilii tbeHnnth rTe lloxliea n irreat rrmeily for Ilillln unj nil helena Kevem lletter thnn QuinIne ilnnranteiil try At DruirKlatii rAil anol flIO IIOW i 3vWt OASXORXABun thisusKilll YM have ASi Bought ItutltJ iIOfficets Wife Can you tell me Willie what n man must be do be burled with military honors Willie 5 years old DeadMelb- oure Weekly Times OROPSYCI1RJD thouMud with Slav 0 rlbIcured Ce bopeitie lu tea It t at lead twothlrrla all lymptoma ramov t TxtlmunUla and TIN DATS treatment ret lilt L U GULlS SillS lioz K Atlauta tie S iS CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the d ASignature of 4utfyY JC4tiAt t rBIG ENGINE IS SPEEDY Spoclal Trains of Colorado ox curslonlsts Tosts Now Locomotive Railway men ol all classes are watching with much interest the tests il the 1210 setiea1 nf engines ol the Rock Island roid till largest running out ol Chicago in pissinger service Engine No 1200 was given Its first se vere test for power anti speed last weekThe patrons ol the Rock Islands first excursion to Colorado occupied fourteen ot the largest coachcs This was enough for two trains to be pull ed by ordinary passenger engines of the day conslilrllnp the speed re I qulicd Theblp engine did ail that Wits txptcted of it and more BttVeaIl Chicago anti Rock I Urd it puUtl that train if MirteMi cotchiH case on schedule time nn l whfti called on for a little etn tflor devel y ed a speed if 72 miles qn hiur Engines 01 that class wlfl haul nil lhesptclit trains which will ho used by the Rock Island in Iti series of Colorado excursions at the rate of lone fare plus 2 for the round trip I more excursions willbe given leaving here July 9 July 17 and August I The departing time of the special trains will be 415 p m but on the dates named excursion tickets will be honored on all regular trains The special trains to be used are high class throughout Thorough dining car service Is provided and the ru from Chtcxgo to Colorado is meti with only one night nn the road E curM in rates will be nude to Colorado I and Utah from all points on the Rock Island between the MlEsoutl Hive and Chicago Chicago Inter Ocean 11 cLheCuf Out or will poison begins IItwill only cost you SO cents extra to ride all day In I Cotton Parlor car Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a Urge revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you can enjoy III much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker ou will enjoy the Urge smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladles 11 In the splendid ladies lounging room with Its lounge and Inviting arm roomy dressing room adJoining You can have your meals In this car It hour ant them order most anything want from I porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to I sandwich tate IS long as you please to eat It you will only have to pay for what you order The Cotton llellli the illrwt line loTein Ita tralni run thronch fwra Cairo sail Memphis to Texas without ehant Direct eonneetloni are made at Its Junetkmi fur nrtaf Teiaa Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Far Weal aaJ tell ua wbereoa artl going and when ou will leer and s ciii tell yon wWlI ronrtlVet will coal whleh train to lab to naka Ihe tMt time and nHinwtltmi and will TIO as Intemtlnf UtIle tookkt t UIIIO tlltl tSIdWllCeilhur ul ILL lit- STLOUIB t J NQtIU Trio ttr ffIUMO us binui J A 4LII1-T HCTmbM I nlHlnWi neowMry to the j iasg man urjnniiii owau sbU couIi win awrwiUIII ShIm tctag run- eek t It I i t lirat Unp rtnn topt vnr trrtloluif ai the irhuul that atuwUla the wlrotil rank She Sryant tratton Sasiness College Ec= =E = = C K renr 11tenibeni rwrhnwn aprrtiUUt la hla line tired 1I1100UUFIvn RIrlltloJI are tnrlrrtnl lor lulnewi nnniMi Write furs itIltlutttuIlliOokirlfln l tlHioiiliiUrnimimidQiilein JlaIC 11101- II Tii f all over the TnlteU stats II will Im ranlle1 lrw MinilTIIAM y KhuuU thauoor tint nuMitbat ran ufferonrl 4- S 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