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I 0 = WANTIJob IS Office bl e Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PJRI IK THE fODTHCONGRESSIONAL r DISTRICTSubscription 1 a year IFine X11I HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 1900 No2 HUGHES TONIC p Palatable Dottorthan CalomolQulnlno The Old 1olfable Excellent General Tonic as well as A Sure Cure for CHILLS and FEVER IT NEVER FAILS J T Just what you nood at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDIDTONIC Guitantced by DiuggUts Dont take any substitute 5 C gntt fl Bottles 38 99 OllilPEM L HEAVRIN Attorney ai LaxTIARTHORD KY Will ruil til4 nlu In nil the niiitunl Oblonml nIIIIII MaillNiarti IAMfiU HlmUlnll nlliiu rtrrn tr4htInk I EHNILST WOODWARD I ATIOKNKY AT LAW JlrltrMtT KY Will vrst i v IKK VtofIflI III nil ill murU ol Ohio roanty AIH tiMUt of AIIIo Immpt Mini riiMiil roiMlilrrntton ulrrn nil ln tiw s rtrut4In PuNs b IniVimiilMit ToID Il1oI C E ATfOH SMITHIWIII rortlivtiUrif lihlonuit djUsIiiginntkni2tstt 1 A pMIa illnttintlon given to All lnwluvMMtrni to LU rare om e In Co 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R1 R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prnrtlre profriwlon In theronrliof Ohio nnd ndlolnhiK ronutlen Abut Notary Iubllr SouthernRailway Through night Ie t Southern Ntnt- wKKNTUCKVTENNESSKE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR CIA antI MISSISSIPPI 10 MIS MuM Three Trains Between Louis vIII and LenIutou Observation Choir Can Trains laTe anti arrive Loulnyllle trout Seventh htreet Union lrlot conuectltg with train of the JlllpoU Central llnllroad and III St I1L n FurlitonnntlonaddreM A WHIII IT A8IS Hh Are IxiuUrllle- Wu II TULOI Assistant 1 I1 A IxiUTlll J U Coir Tram ilAnoser J WATfEJOenlAaaAireat JWaahlnjrton I JUSTICE UARLANS I C t DISSENTING OPINION The Action of the Legislature Heviewed and Is Declared to be Crime Against Free Gov ernment Deserving the Execra tion of all Lovers of Liberty I opinionrI Ins Wn 1 ulil lid ant it is ol pro lutind imp tItflC to Kentucky I Jldge Iliulnn ntgurs MII iMly find candidly in favor ol the j iiid tion of the court and says that It is to be regretted that it should be deemed necessary in a case like this to tepart from tIle principles heretolore an nounccd and acted upon by this court j Then turning to the record he thus ic views ItIrreor us I find such action Liken by the body claiming to he organized as the lawlulI Lcglslatuieol Kentucky as W cttditnble in the last degree and mi worth ol the Sire people whom it pinI Ic d to icprcMrt The julred the Brim ol Contest to give true judgment on the case accord iuc to evidence And when the statute further declared that the decision 01 the board should be repotted to the I two Houses lur the futuie action of the General AFsmbly that such de conclnlslvc1IeantI ol course that such determination should rest upon the issues made by j the paitlea anti upon the evidence ad HitlIIslature it would have been physically Impossible to have examined it for as we have seen its final action was taken immedUtely alter the Board ol Contest repotted it decision nut as hetetofore stated the evidence before the Hoard was transmitted to the Leg islature nor were the grounds upon which the board proceeded disclosed Ytt the body which assumed to deter mine who had been elected Governor without having before it one particle ol the proof taken upon the Issues made by the notice of contest adjudged that Goebel had been legally elected Governor of Kentucky No such farce under the guise oi formal proceeding was ever enacted In the presence of a free people who take pride in the fact that our American governments are goveinments by laws and not of men That which was done was not equivalent to a decision or judgment or determination by the Legislature of a matter committed to it by law It should be regarded merely as and exercise of arbitrary power by a given number of men who defied the law Ytbnot a pleasant thing to sayi3nt after a thorough examination of the record a sense of duty constr lis me to say that the declaration by that body ol men that Goebel was legally elected ought nDtI to be respected in any court as a de termination of the question in issue but should be regarded only as action taken outside of law in utter contempt of the constltutiona ight of freemen to select their rulers They had no jurisdiction to determine the contest fur GOernoruc pt upon the evidence introduced before the Board of Contest and in the absence ol such evidence they were without authority to declare anything except that Taylors right to the office of Governor based upon the certificate awarded him had not been impaid Their determination ol the contest without having the evi dence before thtiu could have no greater effCt in law than il the issue OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body pases through rnnr kldnevs Once every three minutes Impurities blood they order they kidney trouble Kidney trouble quick unsteady heart makes though heart trouble because heart overworking In pumping kidney poisoned blood through arteries considered only urinary troubles traced to kidneys modern science proves nearly constitutional diseases have beginning In kidney trouble Ilyou make no mistake doctoring kidneys extraordinary effect of Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy realized stands highest wonderful distressing on mer lis- byalldrucglslslnllftyII es may a yourblood out the waste or In the If are sick out of fall to do their work aCheundrheu1mallSm causes or beats and one feel as had the thick veins and It to be that were to be the but now that all their are sick you can by first your The mild and the the Is soon It the for Its cures of the most cases and Is sold Its ter or Is Dr sample bottli by mall n n of snumiuxx free also pamphlet telling how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer U cot Binghamton N Y had been determined simply by a joint resolution without liking proof or without notifying or hearing the parties interested hIt Is to be also said that a fair in terpretation of the record leads irresistibly to the conclusion that the body of men referred to we wholly Indiffer tnt as to the nature of the evidence adduced belore the Board of Contest and that there was a fixed purpose on their part whatever the facts might beto put Goebel into office and to oust Taylor Under the evidence In the- cae no result favorable toGoebel conld have been reached on any ground upon which the Board of Contest or the Legislature had jurisdiction to act The constitution ot Kentucky as we perIson theItatutehighest number adjudJedIand the statutes of the State before him when preparing his notice to Taylor of contest Goebel it is true dId claim in very general terms that he was legally and rightfully elected but he took care not to say there is reason to believe that he purposely avoided saying that he received the highest number of legal votes cast for Governor The evidence renders it clear that the declaration that he had received the highest number of legal votescast was in total disregard of the lactsa declaration as extravagant as one adjudging that white was black or that black was white But such a declaration made by the body to which the Board of Contest reported should not surprise any one when It is remembered that it came from those n ho did not have before them any of the proof taken in the case and will- Ing to act without proof Those who compose that body seemed to have shut their eyes against the proof for tear that it would compel them to re spect the popular will as expressed at the polls Indignant as naturally they were and should have been at the assassination of their leader they proceeded in defiance ofall the forms ol law and in contempt of the prlnclx pies upon which free governments rest to avenge that terrible crime by committing another crime namely the destruction by arbitrary methods of the right of the people to choose their Chief Magistrate The former crime II the offender be discovered can be pnnished as directed by law The latter should not be rewarded by a declaration ot the Inability of the judiciary to pro tect public and private rights and thereby the rights of voters against the wilful arbitrary action ofa legislative tribunal which we must as sume from tile record deliberately acted upon a contested election case involving the rights of the people and of their chosen representative in the office of Governor without look- Ing into the evidence upon which alone any lawlul determination of the case could be made The assassina tion ol an Individual demands the severest punishment which it is com petent for human laws in a free land to prescribe But the overturning oi the public will as expressed at the billot box without evidence or against evidence in order to accom pUsh partisan ends is a clime against free government and deserves the execration of all lovers ol liberty Btunnni speaking lor himself and J idge Gully in the Court ol Appeals 01 Kentucky Although compelled in IbeI naglne a more flagrant and partisan dsirj nrd of the modes of procedure wHch should govern judicial tiibut nai in the determination of a pr a and important Utue than is made manifest by the facts alleged and reo lId on by the conteitees andadmit tel by the deiuurnr filed in this ac r thou to be true and I am firmly con Ilactllrent history of these transactions thrt the General Assembly In the heat of anger engendered by the Intense par tlsan excitement which was at the time prevailing have done two faiths ful conscientious and able public ser- I vants an Irreparable injury in de- I pslying them of the offices to which they were elected by the people of this Commonwealth and still a I greater wrong has been done n large majority ot the electors ol mis cum monwerlth who voted under difficult circumstances to elect these gentlemen to act as their servants In the discharge of these great offices I cannot believe that the judiciary is helpless in the presence of such a crime The person as well as the people who elected him has rights that the courts may protect To say that in such an emergency the judi ciary cannot interfere is to subordin ate right to mere power and to recog nbte the Legislature of a State as above the supreme law of the land The constitution of Kentucky expressly forbids the exercise ol abso lute and arbitrary power over the lives liberty or property ot freemen And that principle is at the very foundation of the government of the Union Indeed to sustain that prin ciple our fathers waged war for Inde pendenae and established the consti tution of the United States Yet by the decision this day rendered no redress can be had in the courts when a legislative body or one recognized as such by the courts without due process of law by the exercise of absolute arbitrary powet and with out evidence takes an office having a a fixed salary attached thereto irma one who has been lawfully elected to such office by the voters of the State at a regular election The doctrine ol legislative absolutism is foreign to free government as it exists in the country The corner stone ot our Republican institutions is the princi pie that the powers of government shall in all vital particulars be dis tribute among three separate co ordinate depar tiuents legislative executive and judicial And liberty regulated by law cannot be permanently secured against the assaults ot power or the tyranny ol a majority if the judiciary must be silent when rights existing InJepently ol human sanction or acquired uuder the law are at the mercy of legislative action taken in violation cf due process of law Other grounds are disclosed by the record which support the general pro posltlan than the declaration by the body referred to that Goebel received the highest number of legal votes cast and was entitled to the office ol Gov ernor ought not to be regarded as validmuch less conclusive upon the courts But as those grounds have not been discussed by this court and as It declines to determine the case upon the merits as disclosed by the evidence I will not extend this op- Inion by commenting on them What has been said in this opinion as to the contest for Governor applies to the contest for Lieutenant GovernorI the opinion that the writ of error should not have been dis missed and that the court should have adjudged that the decree below took from Taylor and Marshall rights protected by the Fourteenth Amend ment ol the Constitution of the Unit ed States LOOK A HT1TCII IK lISlE atis nine Hughe Tonic now linprorwl taste- itlecasut taken In early spring anti Fail vie TrOts Chill IVnftue and Malarial levers Art on the liver touts op the njntpni IVttcr than Quinine iunrantee1 try It At liroKitlnUJOc nndf 100 bottle SSWt Prepared for Emorgonclos First Masher Why do you hang two thermometers in the window Second Masher My dear fellah one Is for the heat and the other is for the cold You know Youre not so well up In astronomy as I thought you were A Womans Eyes Will tell her love though othei feature lw hidden under the oriental Yashmak A woman eyes ore equally eloqutnt as to her health She can teach- her lips to laugh in spite of pain but the- eyes never he partner that deeeli Deep hollows darkIcircles wrinkles at the corners tell the story of pain and sleeplessness Much of the nerv ousness sleepless ness and In general endured women is caused b a dls eased condition of the womanly or thatIno more eyesIrite Prescription irregularityiiiflainmatlon ccration and fe male weakness enfeeblingdrains the nervous system and rives to the mother health for her duties and happi ness in their performance 1M niece wu troubled with fcnuU wcikno for shout four 7C5f1 before Ilttdfur your Ad vice writes Mr I W at And Princeton Ave CblugolUi YouAdrbedhe to Uke Dr Pierce ouTr vblck she did f lthf lly now we mutt Acknowledge to that she U A tail wo am WecnnnetIhankyoasnouhfor the cure We have mmendt1 your to alt our friends and bcllere It to be a wonderful dts corcryt Dr Pierces Medical Adviser paper covers sent free on of 21 one cent to cost of mailing only The clothbound volume for ji stamps Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y iVHY ICE lPFlf III LD ALOOF Official Report of the Capture of the Taku Forts Socrotary Long Warmly Com mands Our Roar Ad mirals Courso Washington D C July aS The Navy Department today made pub lie the mail reports of Rear Admiral Kempfl explaining his reasons for refusing to join with the ships of the other pjwers in the attack on tile Taku forts and giving au account ol the attack which includes many details not heretofore published Admiral Kemp also incloses the re port at Commander Wise of the Monacacy giving a graphic account of the action Rear Admiral Kempfls explanation for refusing to partici pate in the attack on the fortifica tions ofa power with which we were at peace Is warmly commended by Secretary Loug The reports arc as followsUnited States lUgshlp Newark Tuka China June 17 1900 j SlrI would state what follows in regard to the happenings previous 10I the resolve yesterday by other senior foreign naval t fficers here to get pos session ol the Taku forts 2 On Thursday June 14 Rear Admiral Bruce called and naked what I thought of the matter and I Informed him that I was not authorized to initiate any act of war with a coun try with whom my country was nt peace that my limit was to protect American interests both by my regulations and under recent instructions from both the department and from the Commanderinchief of the United States naval force on the Asiatic sta tlonINAVAL CONFERENCE 3 On June IS at a consultation of the other naval officers It was agreed that the railroad station at Tong Ku should be taken the railway is under Chinese Government control and in case any Chinese Government force acsed against the force of any foreign nation all should be involved and act unitedly Under my Instrutlons I conld not join in taking possession of Chinese Gay arnment property and did not care to become a party to such an agreement without special authorityI 4 Yesterday June 16 the same foreign naval officers signed a compact that It was necessary to take temporary possesiou of the Taku lotts and notice was served on thet Viceroy at Tien Tabs and on the commandant ol the forts Consuls t at Tien Tamwere Informed of what was contemplated I did not join the attack on the forts Capt WiseJof the Monocacy had orders to protects American interests based on departa merits orders but in case of attdck by a Chinese Government force he was to consider it as a declaration of war and act accordingly Very reoc spectfullyaLOUIS REMPII Rear Admiral United States Navy To the Secretary of the Navyc Washington D C United States Flagship Newarkr Taku China June 18 I9oocRUSSIAN IN COMMAND I SlrI have the honor to report as follows The commanding officer of the gunboats in the river met on thet afternoon ot June 16 and agreed for the senior officer of the gunboats to direct the movement This officer happened to be a Russian The posi tions 01 the various gunboats were a then assigned taking positions In theI second reach ot the river above the north fort The gunboats participat ing were the Koreelz Gullak fort bora Russian Iltis German Ilon French Algerine English hhe English torpedo boat des troyers Fume anti Whiting joined in the latter part after securing the cap tur d torpedoboats near Tong Ku The Japanese gunboat claimed that claimed that her engines were dls allied so she remained moored nearI Tong Ku anti was assigned the railroad station at that palce The United States steamship Mona cacy being under orders remain ed moored at Tong Ku and took no part in the action Many foreigners were aflorded shelter and protection during the night A copy of the report o the commanding officer of the Monocacy is herewith inclosed Toe vessels except the Iltis took j their assigned positions early in the evening ofJune 16 and at about 125- 5am one hour before the expiration of time limit all the fort guns which could be trained on the ships fired simultaneously many shots striking the Koreelz BATTLR COMJtliNCKS The vessels returned the fire with I rapid fire front their guns which with the exception of the guns of 6 inch caliber were of small rapidfir typeThe guns on the north foil were chiefly 47 inch wbilelthe south fort has a number of guns from 6 to 8 in ches in caliber The Algerine having aboard a landing party of some 383 men im mediately put them ashore A por tlon of them advanced through Taku to the navy yard and took by stir ptise four new modern torpedo boats carrying two tubes and six 3pountlers each and convoyed by the Fame and Whiting lok them to Tong Ku The other landing parties and the re mainder of the English aggregating sorce 650 men awaited an opportune tfme for the assault The firing continued with more or less spirit until daylight when it became very rapid and active and it is repotted very disastrous to the Chinese About 430 a shell en tered the magazine of the Gullak blowing It up enticing her to make water and burning forty seven men more or less severely She Jut over an awning as a collision mat and alter a few hours work was floating at her normal height MOSOCACV FIRED AT The above is an account gleaned from the conversations with officers engaged but may contain minor in accuracies wereIon was out of the line of fire She was struck no casualties and was forced to with draw up the riverVery respectfully Louis KKMPFF Rear Admiral United States Navy Following Is the report of the ac tion made by Commander Wlseot the Monocacy to Rear Admiral Kempfl ioU S S Monocacy Tong Ku China June 17 1900Slr I have the honor to report on the occurrences sinces esterdiy noon I attended a meeting of officers at 6 p m on- board the Dorbora I was shown the protocol and ultimatum as to the Taku forts The signatures to the document were autographic andas yours was apt appended I Informed the senior officer that he would have to leave the Monccacy outofthe plans and places of the attacking forces The first gun was fired at 1245 rOIl with the simultaneous discharge that followed two of the shots passed over tho Monocacy although she was out of the line of fire between the forts and vessels attacking 3 The Iltis did not leave her birth was a short distance from mine 1030 and the Japanese did not leave here during the bombarding WELL SUSTAINED FIRE 41 The fire was well sustained on both sides and although shells con at intervals to pass near rae or burst short or beyond I attributed it- o a wild firing by the forts About 230 I was standing on the top of pi let house by the Gitlin I hail mount ed there when I heard a hell approaching and immediately crash The second cutter hanging at her davits Blew feet below and behind me had been struck by a shell It entered her stern tore ut the bottom and ranging diagon lly across the ship smashed port forecatle and ladder passed through the shipss side in which it lelt a- learcut oval 2 feet by 10 inches There were many men on the forward deck and it must have gone as lose to some of them as it did to met fortunately missed the launchs da vit as that would have caused it to explode 5 It was difficult to make out how he allies were faring but they were evidently closing in as alter 3 am discharges trout guns like Gatlins or Maxims were heard At 4 oclock there was a tremendous explosion anti mass of flume which I nttibuted to a magazine in one ot the torts I 6 Toward 4 oclock the bursting ol shell in my near vicinity Increased- to such an extent that it occurred tome that the forts might be directing some of the fire on the railroad station as in this flat country it was a promi nent mark and a number cf Japanese and Russian troops wire encamped around it MONOCACV IN DAM5HR In such case the Monocacy would be in considerable danger from a fire which I had hitherto considered bad shooting Acting on the thought I at once cast everything I steamed away front the- bank and went two miles up the river anchoring in the first bend This move was made at 530 the fire slackening and a Japanese flag fl sating over one of the forts I returned to my berth 7 I was able to render the follow ing assistance First a party ol thirty even ladies and children r uI gees from the mission at Taku had flfil hurriedly on notification of the bombardment They came aboard last night at 9 oclock and are still with me also came two officers of H M S Daifhur who had come down from Tien Tsin too late to get to any English ship As I was coming down the river at 6 n in met an English IT IS A PITY SO FEW WOMEN Are Entirely Free From Pelvic Catarrh I 11I8YIIIUYourI believe I should have been dead by this time had I not used It I am feel fag so well now I horo not taken any medicine for four or five months I can cheerfully recom mend Poruna to my friends Mrs Henry Ellis aireetCIlunlII saysUj was II most miserable sufferer front falling of tho womb weak ovaries and leucorrhoaa which caused mo to be confined to my bed for a long time being too weak to bear my own weight even upon my feet LwaLtreatotj by the moat reputable physicians in our city They could do nothing for mo I am most happy to say that in three months after I began taking Peruna I was well entirely cured without any appliances or anpport of any kind JA Proehl Now Portage 0 writes Sly wife has been sick for about five years In the first place the doctor called it leucorrhcca and treated it about one year when It turned ulceration of tho womb she was then treated for that for two years when the dootor gavo her up She could not walk for nearly two years She then tried your Poruna She has taken three bottles and it did her moro good than anyothor medicine A vast multitude of women have torpedo boat towing a Chinese boatI prize I had no small boat to make aIlanding so I sent the launch to run her line ashore for which thanks have been returned I have taken on board and had surgical attendance for the followingA soldies with a gunshot wound a Chinese coolie found close to the ship with arm torn ofl by frag ment of shell a Russian soldier with wound In the handtS This place Is deserted by every one no trains no telegraphic corno munication on shore but I had a phone from Mr Pottenglll which re potts all quite since first disturbance 9 I know nothing of the fight cxccept that the forts were taken I feel a natural regret shared no doubt by the officers that duty and orders prevented the old Monocacy from giving her ancient smoothbores a last chance Very respectfully F M WISH CommanderU SN Commanding OASZOnABun the lii IM VM Rare Alwan Bicgtt Signature Yd cf An Enthusiastic View What a popular man Roosevelt seems to be Popular Say theres a man who could run for everything on both tick t- etsChicago Record OA 13 TO XIX A Bean You Nan Always Boaflit of thtt1Ii PouI Tobirto Spit sad Kmole Totr lilt Anij- To quit tobacco easily anti rorerer be roDe attic lull of life nerro anti vigor take NoTo Mac the nnndcrworlicr that make weak men stroiic All druggists GOo or II Cure ruaraD teed Ilooklcl nnil sample tree Addreia Sterling Uemcd Co Chicago or New York ISwift IInites that have so far appeared at thea bar for judgment by the people Hazelrigg the chiefjustice dare notp run again as be could see certain feat ahead lion Ed ORear the re publican is certain to be elected South Trimble was defeated by histown element for the nomination form congress Joe Blackburn was sat ont hard by his own element in Seventh district The convention nt Lexington scaled the antUGcebelite I I eforeTrestraen remedyItperiods and peculiar weaknesses Mrs Anno Randall Caro Michsayai stncerel1thtnkgreat medicine Peruna It has brought dayaIthink Pcruna the best medicine in lbs marketWomen aro oven more subject to ca tarrh than men The chief causo is thi delicacy of her organism as compared paraleaatfront catarrh Catarrh of the pelvic organs is generally called female disease Miss Sadie Martinet the prominent young actress writes to Dr UaitmaaiB regard to PoI runa as 10- 1lowslJtglve8 mo great pleasure to recOm- mend Pern na to members of my profes sion I have found it most helpful I con sider Peruna of especial benefit to women and particularly rllOo drelllllgwfsEverywhere the people especially tin women are praising Poruna as a rem edy for all forms of catarrbal difficul Addressdelegation from Kenton county adopting the minority report which put the convention in an uproar and almost wound up in another row Such is the fate of every leading Coe bellte that has had any opposition Charley Wheeler shut out all opposi tion by having the committee require a deposit of 2500 before any candi date could enter the primary a rega lar skin game but the people will at nd him in November Beckham secured his nomination through the aid f an organized gang of office holders who are his co conspirators in the usurpation of the offices they now hold The people will attend to his ase also in November The mills of the gods grind slow but exceed- Ingly finePaducah Sun Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw oil impediments to the proper performance ol her duties HKRB1NG will aid and asslsjt nature in her work and insure a skin clear beautiful entirely free from all Imper fections Price 50 cts For sale by J H Williams ra It will surprise you try It It is the medicine above all others for catarrh and worth its weight In gold lilys Cream Balm does all hat is claimed for it B W Sperry Hartford Conn My son was filleted with catath He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left hlmT- C Olmstead Arcola III The Balm does not irritate or cause snerzlng Sold by dtugglsts at 20 cts or milled by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York DROPSycvuw1ur cured sass la tea liyi at UMt twothird of all ymptona remoy d TMtlmonlali and nil DAT treatment fuss DalI I IUUI Soil lies K AtlanU de In a neighboring town a salvation rmy advertiser wrote on a billboard What shall I do to be saved A atent medicine man came the next day and wrote underneath Take Carters Little Liver Pills Shortly fter the salvation army man noticed he sacrilegious work of the medicine an and printed below And prepare o meet thy GodExp Educate Your flowete With Casearet Candy calhullcicur constipation forever C dmxglst refund mossy K 3tK Nervous Weak MenThousands ofyotmir and tnlddhsand men are nnn lly t to a rremaUr pravo through iJtIlL INIHSCMUTIOM BXCBME8 AND flLOUi K you hays any of tbe following eymptoma consult us before It la toolata Are and weak despondent gloomy specks before the eye with iftlMlMfUri then weak back Irritable pallllalian r tile heart baihfuU dreams and Ioaes tcJImeut In urine pluiiilea on sunken eyes hollow cheeks careworn expression oor distrustful lack and Itreugib tired nights cl1allrrcable moods weak was boo uttunted orranapremature dOC3YlbollO pains tloose liON throat etc7 Our ZJw Netbod Tc iou MENS LIFE BLOODtolblnllC3n be moredemorallzinr to yotinr anti mlddlnaed men than emissions lit nllht or ecret dralno Ibaulth the urine lIunla man for business mar ned lIfe or soclat happiness NomallrhelJ cauel by nil haLite he youth uaturai weakuess or excesses our New Mcttttd TrutnisUt tlTdycnrojou CURU3 UUARANTCUU NO CURe MO PAY JNo Names Used Without Written Consent W A Mnlr of Lima 0 U1alulwas one of the couutlcua Tlctlnis uf early at 15 ata of are The drains on my system vreio weakening as my tesual and actions sys too I tried scvrea of doctor- selectricbeltanl ntcdlclnes onllolme nono cored lwasgivlnupln depalr In fact contemplating suicide a friend advised me aa a la t resort to glTe the New Method Trcntnwnt of Vra K A K a fair trial Without confidence I consented and la tbrentonillsIwasacUred man I was cured seven nco am arJtand JarfIJfe- llow heartily recommend Drs to men After Treatment tJWWe treat and cure Varlrocele Emissions Nerroni Debility Seminal Weakness Gleet Stricture SyphllU Unnatural Di ujrees Self Abuse Kidney and Bladder Diseases and all of Men and Women ONO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicine sent COD No names on boxes or envelopes Everything confidential Question list and cost of treatment FREE Drs Kennedy Kergan 628 WALNUT CINCINNATi STREET- I OHIO K K A K t rr + r- ublicane r Hertford Rep FRIDAY AUGUST 3IFaN and LON ROOERS EditorsITtep24eno 3ubtaeea Q bud Friday by t ho Hartford Pub Conrorporatea stared at Hartford postol1icl as second class mail matter REPUBLICAN TICKET Won FintimvrSVm =tzs1 001110 1011 VlfK IllKMIIIKST Jho iz I2e= vetUl xC w York n U4iOViitOII elm Wrca-0t Itoyle OMIIIIJ 16R tOXClIIH 011 llrtrkrnrulte County =THB question confronting Ken lucky IS shall we be freemen or ehal we be slaves JtFLECTION November i 1899 W S Taylor 19371Jj William One bell91331 JIP Mr Hymns theories were as sound and practice as hU wini jammery is attractive to a certain clasa be would be nothing short ofa Pericles rTHE question of the next campaign- is not a question of party triumph but shall the will of the people he the law of the land or the will ofa trio umvirateMs the question MIIGOEDEI was decidedly defeated in 1899 yet Mr Bryan telegraphed congratulations thus clearly set t ting forth to the people of Kentucky that the two isms were cyuony mousIIIiNCtTrrAN says that only the regu latton rateating Boxers will be allowed te rule China and Uurey Woodson says that only the white property owning class are going to rule in Ken tucky but The beat laid plans 0- laen and mice oft gang agWl WHAT was the object tbe Demo craticwentamies ball in view whet they recommended that the election law be amended while last year the same concern declared it to be the very thing the party hud needed since the election of Win U Bradley in 1895 ON first page of this issue will lie found the masterly opinion of Justin Harlaa in the GoebelBeckbarastca case It is tbe opinion of as profound a lawyer as Kentucky ever produced You should read it and then read it again and give it the most prominent position in your scrap book IK our Democratic friends are sin cere in their doctrine of majority rule why did they not submit when W S Taylor received 2383 more votes than did Wm Goebel This is not a statement but history as recorded by tbe people of the Commonwealth on last November In every declaration o l the leader of the present Democrat party we find incincerity And yete they talk of majority rule and th great common people RECENTLY Democrat admitted to us that Governor W B Taylor wa honorably and flirty elected Governor of Kentucky But he cxVred himself as being glad of the Democrat ic steal anti the only reason he hall I n r that was tbat he wanted Democrats tl rule lie was tannest in lifo c uilessinn No informed man doubts that the He publican ticket way elected Bu what manner of man is he wh endures public stealing ANENT the organization of a Libert Y Lcpgue at Ceutertown tomorroi night comes tbe Hartford Herald am relying upon the mOlt accurate fig ures at command from all lIOOurceil appears that General W S and the whole Republican ticket hav been elected by less then 3000 etc and then taking its cue from the machine asks if the Republicans and Brown men ot Centertown indorse government by assassination No You double dealing Neither government byassassination nor government by theft IT should beTcmembcred by all that on last November W 8 Taylor received HIJan as cirtifud to by lit countyelection boards all of whic were manned by Goelel men MrTuy lor received majority over Mr Go tbe of 2383 We are very much concern ed to know if this be the Democratic majority rule which we have read it the platform of that party fur tnon than a century la that the inaj iritj r ire they refer us to when they ill their platform and from the stump declare that the will ol the grtai common people must be respected It would be vastly more important for the Democratic party in Kentucky to put some of these teachings into I practice in other wit party r should practice what it preaches tint aiUvcate outs thing while andI the contrary as has been the cute e long while in old Kentucky I TIIK jeople have in the recent crisis acted wisely and patriotically They have permitted their case to go through all the courts in the laud and they had no right to look into the acts dejIis you I courts You mutt right your own wiongs Fraud and robbery been accepted by the courts as haeI in so far as they are concerned now it is with the people to uphold this system of government by theft or it is theirs to scorn it and destroy the conspirators The people are armed with truth and when they will a thing shall be done their will is in evitable With a federal court and a judge who is afraid of truth only to punish the lawless which our own State courts applaud we may rest in the hope that there will be no more Gobelism in the next eleclionI THERE is another reason for Mr Bcckhams calling an extra session other than amending the Goebel law There U some need of a little gerrymandering in the Seventh Appellate Judicial District to give the major ity rule party the slightest show in defeating Judge 0R ar for the peo ple in tbat district turned Goebelisra down by an overwheming majority The gerrymandering we repeat if highly essential to Democratic success in that district If there should bean extra session of the Legislature there will be more nf its time spent in devising plans to keep the Republiin cans out of otlice than passing a fair and non partisan law Our Democratic friends have so often betrayed their promises that we think incincerity for every promise they may make It is known of all iUItbisvow to tire y the people while they have both handt everjveaUgolong been confronted by these scape goats and will for all time unless the people not the great common peo pie that we read of in the Demo cratic platform but tbe people of thi land the sober intelligent anti earnest citizens rise up against such bo To the credit ol our common natur it said that there is some tbiug within the mind and heart of man that revolts at the idea of murder Since the redbanded Cain first wandered tbe earth an out cast from God and from man the sentiment of mankind has ever condemned the murderer ant bis acts The American people all people have the least tolerance for assassination No sect or party in the United States has ever resorted to it no association or order o meu has ever practiced it and u III man with brains enough to keep iron crawling on his hands and knees eve r charged it against the party in oppo sition That individual men of all creeds may do murder is admitted Just now all eyes are turned toward Georgetown where Caleb Powers in the strength and vigor of his young manhood is on trial for his life 11 l may be guilty be may be innocent The only thing known beyond doubt is tbat be has not been proven guilty And yet Democrats who mean to dn right but suffer themselves to he blinded by their prejudice are crying that the blood of young Caleb Power r be upon themselves and their children prejudicse corruption and bribery will hang I Democrats as wellas Republicans No innocent man can be hung without endangering the lives and tiber I ties of all And white the people of Kentucky respect law we know that under the forms of law was Burabbas l released instead of Christ May Us- I manhood and integrity of the jury Georgetown bo proof against the corruption of the prosecution anti the partisan bias of the court 1AnExtra Session isrborne of the calling an extra sea sion of the Legislature When the session of last January and February is reviewed by the sober intelligent citizen the question naturally arise why this action upon the part of Mr Bcckham In view of what occurred at the Capital so recently it is indeed difficult for the patriotic Kentuckian to hope for anything good coming l from this body of partisan politicians Yet wo are informed that this body t is to consider the repeal of the Goebel I election law or its amendmen- tIt j ia surprising that the heir to the II- on Go bel crown could be prevailed up to call an illegal body of met together I I to amend that which has been sacredIe I been fully set forth many times since its adoption and by tha opposition those deuouuciug tliu legislative actI have been severely censured The euforceuieit of this law has proven all that has been charged against it to be true anti more too The repeal of this law will come as a boon to the n J T I citens of Kcntncky for Under its op i erations their rights have been disre garded their voice in every instance hoe fallen upon deaf cars Those vboI elected according to law to the olli ces of trust have been robbed of these positions under the forms of the same law So this law is capable of fining for its beneficiaries whatsoever they may desire Under this act the voters of the cityI of Louisville Johnson Martin Magoffin counties have no right to participate in electing men to the 0111c permiuellI should be repealed and dune quickly but when the power und mission is entrusted to the same men who overI threw the established principles of elections since the birth of Kentucky into Statehoodwe greatly felllI that something worse may come of it and realizing the danger to which the State will be subjectedwe warn our readers to watch closely every act this body of unAmencaus may com miteIt is possible fr such men to be fair in dealing with their contem oraries but while it is possible it is highly probable that they will notI We therefore entreat the citizens of this district to watch closely every move this legalized baud ol highwaymen may make We make use of this phrase not in au evil spirit butI in tbe light of wnat was done at its last sitting Beware oh Kentucky beware IThe Issue is Well Defined The issues on which the approach ing campaign is to be madelmve been established through the misfortunes of n great political organization and by the decrees of fate No new issues but upon the same principles envolvel in the election of last NoI vember A vast crime against the name and manhood of Kentucky has been committed by the leaders ot the Democratic party and that parlyI must and will be held thej IfIparty in overwhelming defeat The voter must not loose sight of the innumerable crimes commit cd against human liberty and free dom The assassination of Senator Goebel isno more tbe issue in KenI tucky than is free trade an the national campaign Assassination is deplorable no matter where it i committed It is the work ofI brazen find or a blinking idiot1 The death of Mr Goebel came at a time 1of great excitement in fact we might 1say intense excitement not only at Frankfort but throughout the whole Commonwealth Threats were made by passionate and untboughtiul Ref publicans against the life of the roe who was slain without thinking thei it might come true on the one hand while on the other the same offense was committed The Democratic party made as many threats against the life and person of Governor Tay lor as were made against tbe murder er of civil liberty The oue party is as much to blame for threats as the other The only difference is one of the threatened fel a victim to the cruel assassins bullet while the alms- escaped into exile with bis life from I the pericciitiouiste So intense wa party passion in too capital town tbat the children of the man elected Governor W S Taylor were acl tually driven out of school by weak nod feebleminded oflspring of I I the partizea payout So much fort j the threats from both sides the peo pie have received them and mare meas urea those who uttered them accord j tingly The assassination of no man can detract the public mind from tin I great issue to be considered in the I aesiIItfreedom versus oppression and poli tical slavery Parties in the past have been held accountable for public robbery so will it be at the present time The question confronting Kentucky is one for which millions of men nave given politicoII wage for Independence It was a simi liar sprit which brought about th war Freedom is mans natural for which he will shed his last drop of blood Hows This Wontfrr lint llninlrHl HidluM llcwiinl fiirmiv tarot Ctitrirrh Unit rnimnt iHMimil Itv liner 1rIvIlIrt nny v l tlirlr firm WKKT A TIIIAX Wlmlmnht UUIPIMI Ktxstxtc MUIUN U hIIIolIrllltltlIjTnMii o- lliiUMliitnrrli lim U mlccii g illrwily upon tlwliliiml nml muronn mirlmvuof thmviiiriii IVllmmilnl wnt lr v Irliv 7V T bnltK Sull hy nil Hriiiml I Ixwllr1Democrat Dosorts Party Dribgeport July 2ques T Lynch one ol the best known crimi nal lawyers In this State sorta life long Democrat will support McKin ley He said to day Talk about Imperialism Was tiler ever a more despotic Jeerte Ism cued by an emperor than that sent by Mr Bryan to the national convention Kansas City demanding the Insertion of the 16 to i plank in the plat norm Under such circumstances it the body of men who met in conven lion In Kansas City luly 4 was icpre tentative of the stamIna of the Demos erotic party in my opinion it has not the moral courage required of a great political party to luindle tbe Impor tant questions both national and Ins ternational with which we are now confrontedThe expansion lank of the Kansas City platform is the same theory that was advamlcd against the acqulstion of the territory of Ijul lana ot Florida ot Texas California and New Mexico some atone richest territories to day What will we dot Pull down the flag and come home front the Philippines like curs Such course can find no favor from me No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by riu unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mittdke Proper treatment will cure then rABURs BUCKEYE PILE OINT MKNMs an infallible cure Price 53 cts in buttles tub s 75 cts Kor slt by J H Williams r YOUKR flux WMTlmwlth fair education and goad character ti learn Telegraphy Rnl1toid accounting atul typcwjiliiiB This is enclosed by all leading railway ooinpiniis as the only perfect and reliable institution ol its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladles nlxo admitted Write for free c tiloguc Fall term opens August 5tl Globe Trlegripli College Lexington Ky Our Greatest Specialist Fur so years Dr J Newton Hathaway has to successfully treated chronic diseases that he in acknowledged to day to stand At the headof his pro fetsiou in this line lila exclusive method of treatment or YerieoccU and Stricture without the alt of knife or cautery cures in gaaer cent nl all bases In tin tinatmrrt ot Loss ot Vital Forces K rvu Disorder Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paraly slsrBlood Poisoning Kheurantisni Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathawnva practice is more than othertdouble that of any other to specialist merit Write him to day folly about your case He makes no charge fir consultation or advice either at his of fice or by mall Address I Ncwtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville T nn tl Coal deliversthing In the Dry Goods Groceries or Feed line at Hartford prices Tele phone 66 Jvo A C fiiMaum A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of BAL LARDS IIORi HOUND SYRUP In all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty ot breathing Price 25 Willnlams A Handsome Educational Structure The citizens of Bowling Green ar faithfully pushing their work o Cherry Brothers New College Build lag and it wilt be completed by the first of September 1910 The new building will be a magnificent structure which will not only be a credit to there IAlTHY A ATATAj A man with a thin head of hair is a marked man But the bit bald spot ril is not the kind of a mask most men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd and all unnecessary Healthy hair shows mans strength To build up the hair from tilt roots to prevent and to cubebald HIrIIt always restores rayhairalways And Iword bottlt AU druggist My business call me out ouldjIshorted to plainly 1 began the Die Vigor three months ago I find 1 Mrs ai hadIthey ea lt muot be a wonderful- remedy lEo YFABL IXC U IBM Chicago 111 We have a book on The Hair and alilhebens about1hDIIo J 0AVEItLowtll MtM Ow building will stood as a handsom School Structure and Mdnument to the work ol the ftfchool the loyalty and faithfulness of the thousands of students who mare attended the in stistntions as well as time citizens of Bowling Green who have given their time money and sympathy to the lIe velopment of the enterprise The schools will have a dally attendant of one thousand students during tore coming year We congratulate Cher ry Brothers upcn the great success of their institutions Anyone desiring Information should address II II Cherry General Manyger Bowling Green Ky- BALLARDS SNOW IINIMRN gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ing Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts For sale by JH WilliamsPoaSALElog team consisting of 3 yoke of oxen and wagon in good condtions Terms reasonableG OX RocVport Ky SitS Bost for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never gtt welt until your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you without a grip or pain produce easy oat ural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARRTS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up In metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of Imitations aa r Notice The Emancipation League ol Ohio county will hold a general business meeting on the 6th day of August 1900 at 10 oclock A M All offi cers and committees earnestly request td to be present Every citizen reo quested to attend R NrwToNSecy G W DKASE lies rSt1r1SSw un Ill uxovtivu- Wrrar MIVJ In ihcSiiatli parr UIrT invat rruimlv fur ItillU had nil rVvttii Hitiff then Jnlnlne ilnnniiitml tiY t At tragalte tKHlidtlUilMiltlM to11 Two Big FamillosI Brcalhitt county can boast of two o the largest families in the State Reuben Fletcher of Frozencreek h oilQllcksandwith twenty one Mr Fletcher named his two younger children Twenty one and Twenty two OPIUMolldhkyFail railwill L0 0 K Notice The Commercial Telephone amI Telegraph Co also the Hartford Tel shone and Exchange Co have sold their telephone outfits to the Rough iUver Telephone Co and desire ti wind up its afalrsand go out of bus ness The Health Problem Is much simpler than is sometime supposed Health depends chief upon perfect digestion and pure bloc mad the problem is solved very readil by Hoods Sarsaparilla You ma keep well by taking it promptly fo IIecatarrhndyspepsia rheumatism and other dis eases are numbered by the thousands The favorite finally cathartic I Hoods Pills Echoes From the Road I If I were a Kipling a Harte or a Dumas and the Kings ol Llteratur were to offer a throne for a book that would Interest the millions I shout not go delving into ancient libraries nor traveling in distant lands among quakt people for a subject but shout travel on railway trains as they thun der along from town to town and Iron city to city and aboard and upon the platform in city town and village I should pick up little incidents of man intercourse that the world woul read for a dozen centuries With lit tie experience ol travel and small gift for a tale a few echoes from the road are given Perhaps outside of the deathcham ber the saddest Incident of human ex perlence is the enforced separation o i mother and child From a car win low I saw upon the platform of a small station in Western Kentucky too little girls about seven and nine clinging to their mother who stooped to receive and return their caresses the trio weeping bitterly At the car steps the father who with difficulty suppressed hIs own emotion had to literally force the mother and children apart Tbe mother swooned upon the platform and friendly hands carried her into a house near by The little girls were nearly blind and were be ing sent alone to a blind Institute in Louisville The father tried to con sole them hy promising to c me to see them soon but they cried like thdr little heaits would break Fith er kissed tnern good by and the train whistled ahead The smaller girl dashed for the door and would h vr rushed headlong from the train hut for the conductor who restrxind tier The conductor put her In my care and as the poor bunt child cried In moth er I could not help j Inlng lien In tears My own little girl wm with me nod when tine shadows of night began to fall up m the great city of Louisville the poor blind guN m th erless and IrlemUtss must sirep i sleep they could in fr fitranger8 mil r I l ar t d i t 1 I jmt1ihl 11f Tt t I Lend Us Five Minutes Of Your TimeA- NNOUNCEMENT And Read This I + a I August Get Out of the House Sale iI Ve have just resolved to clear the locks lend when we Ef determiiiino to do a thing we enter into it heart and soul g We want to get every MANS and BOYS LIGHT COL g ORED suit and nil Lawns Dimities Piques and all Sum 1 j mer Goods out of our store within the next thirty lays THEY MUST GO OTJU LOSS YOUR GAIN We l care nothing for profitTThe balance of our STRAW HATS will go in the saler s P at FIRST COST fiIEvery pair of Ladies und Misses Slippers in our stun 1 Iat MANUFACTURERS PRICE I i If you are needing any f the goods mentioned IUtci rTou cant aflord to miss this sale p- Ejj We have marked everything in our house DOWN f We havent time to mention prices Come and see f I1yourself thats the only way to buy S Yours Truly if r all T1 COLLINSItnl 1i JISRIIIII 1i15 1a1rIII 5tl T II f a IL Jnowlin GrOOll Bnsinoss OBOr A 02e I Southern Normal School TWO FErABATE SCHOOLS UKDIU OHU UAKAOEUENT Ono Thousand Students Will be in AUendanco the Year Thefolcotnptonrwrfare uuitht rrinurr KnitUnh Tr ch r lTriwr tnrr8firnlliMi hlrvllrenIUrtuyVoaiMuck Inilrunirnu Mulo lawnuclnreeshortelandTlpe 15rttingrenmansblpTelezraphyand Cii 0 ru v Ai y nii whoenWre Ufilmn CoLLius llbuul ritia iII auelneUCollerThei30 u lure and mention cour winted wfecn you write lataiuguetm Add i UUcimnaTarnerduanarer 10wlllulllau1 ar WY and my own baby girl gleefullyahirl leg along toward home and mother YU ench thinks his iot In life the hard est Two soda creams ilrae the speaker was n well dressed lad of eight and the soda cream was ordered i lor hlmselt and little sister two ears his junior The third member ol tire juvenile tinity n petty lass ol seven m a plain out tidy dyes au1 fjird hat stood looking wistfully toward the tasty ices Arnt you land of ices pretty I asked Ihehttle girl it the counter haughtily responded She slat got no money her pap spent his money for whisky The heart of the neglected child was not too young to feel the sting and teats galh eyed in her large blue eyes and her I sad serf childish voice thanking the writer for a glass of cream is a lasting memory She leaned uneasily against the cars window her face young and beauti lul told a story of patient though terrible suffering She was approach- Ing the sacred period of motherhood acondltlon that excites reverence Ands pity and love I observed that the was traveling alone and modestly and reverently oflrred to assist her She was perhaps impressed with my ear nestness md gratefully accelltfl1mvIservice When I had a roars comfortable position and given I her some spirits which I procured I from an obliging fellow traveler she t ld me the occasion other trip My husband said she is a business man of a Western Kentucky town and has brew in poor health for some time and upon the advice of his physician went to Dawson Springs about a mouth ago since which Urn he has grown rapidly feted gram could live but a few hours and I hur rledlybere she broke down in tears In her large blue ees fixed upon the ceiling I sawn pictureof sorrow shad owed with pain that pierced my heart iike an arrow We were now at Daw son and friendly hands bore her to the pUtform where friends had cows to meet her nail as they carried her away she waved rue a gratitudea treasure of mails love to man The train rushed on like a thing of life now unburdened of a tragedy the sequel of which tbe writer shall perhaps not know until the stars shall chant hoes lost song J H T Blctcher and excresences which so often annoy people are simply e To its of nature to throw oft Impediments to IIn1 aiitful entirely free from all Imper Itctions Price 50 eta For sale by J- II Williams m For Salo I Five rhousuid feet If good Poplar Weathtr boardlt g Dressed ready for n llingon Five Th msantl feet good one knelt Piplar Price 2000 per th iisand lash RKNPROW V DHAN Dundee Ky I Rvmemlurthis Ni other medicine i 1I0ndSJI H iW T nLS use TUC TELCPIIO- I4M EJ iiaLzYcttzroc1 by the Southern Electrical Company JashVJ11e IannAnd be c iivicil that it is the feer of Any telephone ON TIII JJAKKE- TWe make a specialty of a LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter best hard rubber lend Telephone With Batteries cimnlic lorjJjQ22 10 JJ Cars Nashville Write us for prices on all material used in cmncction with tlio TKLK PHONE OR ELECTRICAL HUSIilESS We Are IIeadq uartors WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY Yt AND TEACHERS TRAININGJ Beaver Dam Kya FOR LkADIBS AND GHNTLiElMELN Thorough ciurces in Literature Languages Music Art nail Business Exccleut home influences Refined and pleasant iuvironments Eight years ol successful work has ben completed Next session opens August 28 1900 W G WEBORNf Pres J HiM BARNES Vice Pres Now is the Time To subscribe for your home paper and rend the news The price of TIlE HEruBLiCAN is r lin advance OODUU IlianbllllgIubaeu bblh II aTa Itarem 0 be tobaeorlI5eut PATENTS GUARANTEEDII 5u10a the b- l1iels7oaatme e r boO ecold liSJ vJ deed II we fall I Anyone KndlDJr poetw JfOTDIIA and Ptoo of Inrcntlon sour o dru conctrnlnguwiikLI 11I b securedbossten or wI ntd non our expense atr rarya puyalwpnffce chthrough qt treceiveatroat journalconsultedSubseiibu for r l lIE uaforaamplecopynu Addrna COlZWASHINGTON D Co ryr it f HOT WEATHER ADVICE 01i You know nilvice is CIIEAIso RIO our PRICES OTir ttock I advice is limited but our STOCK of HOT WEATHER WI AR IA AHLES nowlis giuater grander amj bigger in value than ever I j We want to advise you about our Wash Goods sale Vo are going I- toI claw out the entire stock at some price Our Iftc Organdies arc f I now lOc Our Inc atriallll fancy Dimities pow lOa Our 20o- llaM Pique now 12Jc Our lOc stripo Piijtiea now Se Entire IA Jlne of Lawns anti Dimities that sold for lOc now 80 One lot rcm l uunts 2autl3 yard Lawns and Dimities that sold for 20e now lie Homespun Linen reduced from 12c to lOo Entire lino of 124o Per call now lOc rrAdviceto Ladies r SlipperIthis line at cos- tIresmoycreI regular SiOO I Slipper in tan or black now I I1 0- Iricfiueycrii S I 75 Slipper I in black only now 81 25 I Iricmnefcra 81M Slipper black only now SI 15 Prioemcycrn 812r Slipper ia blackaU sizes and latest last 7 I if now 8100 f ex Ilineon guaranteed 111011I ntiitictory 9- f Wholesome Advice MenfIWo wnnt un to that we have Linen Idllls Liuou Suite ninak Lustre Gale Syrh eOllls atula complete line al hobby milstlo toll at reds price Wu must hove rman full Suits IOfCrCl11Its WHICH 1JY THE 1S le later What we want r give you sumo Roiiuino luir niim in Summer Wear Call Ianll examine our line pricw rihlIP Advice Our Staple Department i I arc always on the KOCK when it ensues to crcnlay wear li- ti prices then come and wo what we sell you Domes shirk g+ Prints Tiiblo Oil Cloth Tiible Linen Gingham Cottonadu etc of I I THE foriN E J 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 3 Illinois RallroadTlmo Tablo X ilmmr1 tuVlnK rtlnl Nndar law Jltli JVtul nt HW- BorlH IHMitnl Nniiin Ilan ud Si HI dw IILa n h vi IUila finw IWtrtMI M Sol Inl duv 254 11 SoII 10pxi SI II Ilh- lSlaht 1eoln SOl W5 tlop rra N It uwnu Mtl P Mr R B Martin ol Cromwellcalt ed to see us Wednesday fir rUss Mntlle fifctes of Mlddleburgl the guest of Miss Annie Fogle y Mrs C P Keown and children atel the guests of relatives in FonUvillc i Mm Mamie Smith Shreve is ting Mr S H Phillips nnar town Miss Mattie Tlchenor of Center town Is the gusts ol Miss Florence White What dainty little cokes you ge- with errata or sherbet at the yi office FOR SALHOne brown marcelght yeartold Works well everywhere Call at office Mr and Mrs J n Foplc and family have returned from a visit In Central Kentucky Mr S PRender of OT Is the guest of his parents Mr an MrsW B Render e Miss Bessie Barnes Beaver Dam is spending the week with her sister Mrs Shelby Taylor Prof W C Dell Ensor is attend i ing the Institute this week and vial t ting friends in Hartford Misses Laura Barnes Beaver Dam t nnd Lula Smith Blackon Ala are via TaylorFfMrsWillie Walker and children Kentucky are the of Mr R M Walker tI Mrs Barnes and daughter Mrs Hiley Taylor Beaver Damvisit ell Mr Shelby Taylors family ester I day Col CM Darn tt wife and hen of Louisville are the guests ol Mr and Mrs John B and v tautly Mrs J R Williams ol Uolootown who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J R Pirtle and other relatives in t the county returned hours day tt r t I t e cc wn ut Dwl Couiti Bjrop fuiMUoua Vte In lime Hold ar drmtIIIL of c CONSUMPTION 1 I I I I Enltr oinc of children cord Mutes for A- actlv COltInow bund CNII plcaso A you in style fit and quality 4 Remember every pair iaIor your rclutilul if they ilo prove A for knot o ttl for AYtrill We nmko in Wo Out ehcwlioro will tic Bleached Ciltono J Contra detip- Iafl p vial Singe this Norman f guests George chll Poster Wednes 0 IFor the nicest traits in the cl call at the Singer ffitMiss Lee Taylor Tentls is attend r- Ing the Institute Mr J L Carson was In Fordsvllle g Friday and SAturdaypMiss Tina Wilson Cromwell is at tending the Institute Visit the Singer Office for Icecream sherbet soda water aud lemonade tiahelbetMiss Maggie Duncan of Louisville Is the guest ot her sister Mrs F L Felix Prof IJlmo Williams and wife ol Owensbjro ate lu attendance at thee Institute Prol E R Ray arrived Tuesday ful from his Indlacn liome to orison the is Institute Mr II C Schapmir ol Illinois Is in Hartford on business and will reo on turn next week t ers c1Missthe week with her slatrre alMrsMiss Stella Wedding Whitesvllle deWedding this week Mr R C Jatnagin wascalled home from the Institute Wednesday on account of sickness in his familyt Gerd are visiting their uncer J L Carson this week dehasDawson Springs returned home Monday Prof Q M Shultz returned Satur day trout Bloomington inn where he Jlad been attending school during the vacation A Prof William Foster who has recently A been chosen a member of the faculty of Princeton University is in attendance at the Institute 13Mrs1IIlobnsonal weeks has returned homerI l etI88IttC f j CONSUMPTION inever stops becaw e the weather ty swarm ff Then why slop taking X X SCOTTS EMULSION will ansimply thIlungJA sc J focicJJicot all dnnriU ItriIIItII bra prottacted series of meetings will IA at the Cumberland Chu r night Mrs WoosUy ass ed by Rev Horned will conduct the meeting Ice cream and sherbet constantly hand at the Singer Office Delive to any part of the city Rough RI Phone No 32 Cumberland 46 Prof R II Hankins Greenville who has charge of the business course of the Hartford College this year IsI in attendance at the Institute Mr Geo Barnes near Beaver DamI has sole his farm to Mr Robert Ren den McIIenry for the sum of 5000 This Is one ot the best farms in the county Mrs Alex Barnett Deda is very at her brothers Mr J A Anderson I residence on Union Street She basebeen complaining tor some time was taken worse very suddenly Wednesday morning A negro was found dead on the railroad at Dawson last Monday night lFromthe negro had been murdered and at then placed on the road that tbe fast express might hide the guilty Prof S C Stevens Lexington w- In asH attendance at the Institute first ot the week He represented the South ern School Journal and did a great A work for it It is edited by Prof JohnU C Willis and is accepted as one ol ther very best journals Inthe State aver yBOn teacher should have it G The entertainment given at Iii court house Wednesday night was most excellent and very highly e joyed by all The programme conEsisted of instrumental and vocal muIIsic recitations and impromptu adE SItelJlJcncehearty encores wettfrequenru Dr R Goldstein the well known Eye Specialist of Louisville who was two weeks ago will return er Hartford Wednesday August Rtb and remain until Sattftday evening Those suffering from neuralgia or weak and defective eyes should con suit the Doctor during his stay nye Glasses and spectacles adjusted to all conditions of sight Consultation free Office at Hartford House The following named o Ohio county met Dr J N McCormickM Bowling Green Tuesday 30th ultal Drs R P Nail and J W TaylorLCromwell J L Carter Patterson nnd J S Smith McIIen J ry J J Mitchell and S D Taylor ers Beaver Dam G S Everly Ceralvo D Maddox and P B DeWItt Rockport J T Miller J S Morto B Pendleton E W Ford and S Wedding Hartford Dr R L Ford Beds The Ohio County Medl cal Society was reorganized wit hSoperfollowing officers President JuLPatterson S J Wedding TU next meeting will be held in lIartSI ford on the second Wednesday InD next The above named ol the county were enrolled C as members of said Society We feel safe In saying that the In11 and stltue now in session is In many re spects the best ever held in the coun E It is being conducted by one o f the most popular educators in the Prof John C Willis Th lectures of Monday and Wednesday IyWllllsarguments convincing Rev Boyce Taylors on What Doest Thou er Here was presented in a exceptionally pleasant and force manner If tbe advice given considered by the teacher as it should be then his mission to Hartford then will prove more fruitful than any which he has ever gone Teach heed his advice and teach your to be and not to do them to think for themselves by not to be thought for This Is in teaching and anything else Is were not teaching but keeping The so after ais have been highly enjoyed by the teachers The work as a whole has an been interesting from the beginning Tbe and if the teachers are not benefitted y having attended this work it Is and fault nnd theirs alone The Where the digestions good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no bah to oijCREAMstroys every worm but rangements of the digestive organsWe Price 22 etas For sale by J H Wit was Hams m Murriagossub NtMr1MrHillard Mr Albert Sharp to Miss Liza J the Travis tute Mr G T Curtis to Miss Viola nvansparMr T J Williams to Miss Mary out Mr James W Bradley to Mrs liar Mathis Mr Wm Dellart to Miss Eliza Jane and Raines NoticeHo teatAugust the iith Prof Welborn cou principal of tbe Deaver Dam school deliver a lecture on educational d Sunday school lines All are in of Mrtimea library for the Sunday should E W PATTKUSON were U I PAXTON Com RCTAV OR MINUTES OF OHIO COUNTY INSTITUTEFt The Ohio County Teachers In lute convened at tbe Court House redMonday July 3oth goo devotionalveralter which the teachers were given a hearty welcome by Mr J D Wilson Mr W R Carson lesponded t lth a few well chosen remarks ac ceptiog on the part of the teachers all the hospitalities cffsred by the townOrganization of the Institute was then begun Supt Rogers was ap pointed Cbalrmanand Miss Lee Chin n i Secretary 11Next was an address by the Instruct he says the questions be the Institute are What Is an Man and What are the bestmeansofaccomplisblngthatend II No change was made in the pro gram except as to the order of arrange ment and time of adjournment The teachers were then given an op to enroll alter which the in was adjourned to meet again 130 p m The following teachers are enrolled Harvey Pruden Henry Leach R Miller S P Taylor J H Smith Perry Ross E M Kimmel Burtb Shields J A Duff Luther Leach E Carter I J Hoover N B1Vhils I Paxton M D Maddox Otis W A Miller E W Patter T M Barrett A J Wakeland S Young Prof W G Welborn Holbrook J H Wood L M San Iederrur S M Crowe S E Turner M tIMitchel EG Cook C G Crowder C Crowder G W White A ntS P McKenney W R Carson Mosely W R Rhoads A R C Iglehart J S Filzhugb i E Taylor Ozua Shultz J H Barnes P C Miller S C Stevens Beulah Coots Anna Jones Lou Hoov Belle Shown Mattie Pittle Bertha Paxton Nannie Moseley Louana Fold Oma Maddox Eda Carter Nan ale King Artie Wilson Mottle Tich enor Maggie Tanner Maggie Paxton Ella Herring Ida Maddox Florence t Moiton manten Coleman Dee trownc Annie Montgomery Alice Bosket Dena M Woodward Fannie Render Dora E Gibson L K Milburn D P Lena Miller Florence RowRIra Howard J C Renfrow Wallace Rosson ena Bennett Mary Holloway Ureaa Howard R C Jarnagin May E C Hoheimer 11nonaDaisy Cross C L Patton L W AnSandbatch Olle Hooker O M jDaisyT Wedding R O Head Carl w Mollle L Storms Cava Storms lia A Wedding John Petty A W AnioneJ D Oliver Mary Mercer R Robertson Mottle Robertson Allle Fielden J B Wilson W G StewartTP Keown S T Stevens Miller Sam Render Lee Wedding Profs E R Ray William Foster GardnercInstitute opened with music by MrP A Carter Miss Dena Woodward a organ After roll call Mr introduced the method of th Meelated by all the teachers and especial The the SecretaryNment was opened by Mr II C Crowd Miss Dona Westei field ab BnTeacher were discussed Prof WelSI bornbJThe Personality of the Teacher was discussed by Mr O V Wllsoir followed by Prof SC Stevens Then the followed the discussion of House and tic Furniture by Mr S P McKenney andUI General Interest of the Community Mr W R RhoadsmMeans of securing General Interest and then discussed by the InstituteD which motion by Mr Ozna ultz that Mr J B Wilson be madear honerary member of the Institutehi motion carried and Mr Wilson All declared a member ot the InstituteS his name placed on the teachers were given a ten minutes intermission during which the teachers were permitted to give their names the Secretary and shake hands with viands not Afterntusiebq Mr Carter and Miss Introduced the discussion ol teadl1 The Mrs J A Wedding and Miss call Rachel Sanderfnr being absent thei- rjectsthe Word Method and the oleo Method were left to be dis Tuesday to secure Natural Reading was discussed by Miss Mary Holloway and discussion continued by the Instl of Mr U I Paxton discussed the Im and 61 proper Beginning The general discussion followed brought many important points RecessbeAfter music by Mr Carters class roll call the Value of the District Library was very ably discussed by Ed Patterson Then Mr MJ lbrook told the teachers how with loss of a few nights sleep they procure means to establish n read District Library Mr Jno BWilson suggested the use the County Library by the teachers Hohelmer thinks the county be responsible if these books cut destroyed by the children of the districts Then followed a speech by the In I I structiou and closing remarks by the Superintendent after which the Ituti tute was adjourned to met prnnlp fly 8 p m at which time hty w tI1hi hly enteiUlned by an instruct lecture The Epochs of Life by Prof C Willis The teachers then went theft homes to await the ringing the Court House bell at 830 Tuesday morning TUESDAY MOn lU Institute convened promptly 31830 Rev Petrie being tbsett Prof Wei born conducted Devotional Exercises Mnslc by Institute choir The first period was occupied Prof Willis in the discussion 01 pahychology Recess House called to order by the Instructor Music by Mr Carters class Mrs Shultz organist The Relation of Geography History Civics was very ably discussed Messrs Henry Leach and J C Hohei mer Diiss Aurora Storms next dis cussed the practical Benefit of Geography Miss Mattie Pirtle gave in K very practical wav ber methods of teaching Geography She would be glu by giving general lessons the when the pupils knowledge is su dent introduce the text book what extent shouldt Geography bt taught was discussed by J A Duff lie thinks it should be taught ant the pupil has a general notion of the Mr Birch Shields next gay his method of teaching Advance Geography lIe favors the method Map drawing was discussed by Mr R C Jarnigin He exhibited several maps drawn by his pupils and thinks map drawing should b- aught e more extensively Mr James Dewese being absent tile discussion of Geography was discontinued an teachers were highly entertained by a recitation by Miss Florence MarI ton Recess House called to order by Instructor Music by Mr Carter and Miss WII Hams The subject of Arithmetic was Introduced by Prof Willis Mr C K Carson being absent being absent his isubject How teach Beginners WRSI discussed by Prols O M Shultz andI W G Welborn They think the obI ject method best Prof Ray thlnkr his sal jeer of Arithmetic is not 11IffiI ult where properly presentedI NOON House called to order by the In Music by Institute choir oll call by the Secretary The dis cussion of School Management win by Mr II C Crowder lIe whispering thinks It Is bene ficial and therefore should not be pro Dr J S Fitzhugh thinks whispering is very Injurious to n school and that any teacher who will can pervent it The subject ot pun Ishment was Introduced by Mr 1itzhugh lie thinks there ale times hen corporal punishment is neces any but that the object of all pun ishment should be to reform the child Mr Park thinks corporal pun ishment is never necessary The teacher on the play ground was dis ussed by Profs Shultz and Iglebart hey think the presence ol teacher on the play ground prevents many dis turbances Tile discussion was con by n very instructive talk by rof Willis Rescess was then glvlcnafter which distWeddingeessrs N B Wedding D H Godsey believe a combination of tbe ord and alphabet methods best ext Miss Gibson in a practical man ner Illustrated the word method ol teaching of reading J D theePreparations was discussedI Miss Mary Mercer and Ross RecesstThe house was called to order in usual way and mental ArlthmeC was ablyhandlw by Prol Willis adjournment hour when the program for the evenings entertain ent consisting of music recitations impromptues was read by Miss of ora Gibson = At 8 p m the body of teachers a host of visitors met and were ghly entertained for quite a while left feeling deeply Indebted to the Misses Gibson Render hultz Morton Woodward and Mr E Woodward for a enjoyable evening WEDNESDAY The Institute convened at 830 Wednesday morning Prof Burk being present Devotional Exer clses were conducted by Prof Willis minutes ot Mondays proceedings were read and adopted Alter roll the remainder of the period was occupied by Prof Willis it the discus of Psychology Recess The second period began with iDenaDaisy Godsey introduced the subject Grammar in a short talk on When how to begin teaching primary grammar This was followed by a motion by J S Fitbugh that all vlss p itlng teachers be made honorary mom H ts of the Institute The motion carried and the visitors were enrolled E Woodward then gave his method Jof teaching primary grammar dspeechFollowing this was a splendid papec by R T Wedding ginning causes dlstate for IrammarS 0tweenteacher Mr Saw Render on depend and Independent clauses RecessThe of the bell brought the assembly together and alter the reg I s fOD 9 ertf j 11Itor phi liver and cure blllousncM sick H headache Jaundice nausea Imllsetf lion etc They are In valaablo to prevent a cold or break up a lever Mild Rcntlc certain they arc worthy your ronflilrnre Purely vegetable the eon bo token by children or delicate women Prkr2eatalltnedtctrwdeateraorbymeof ordtrbycussed arithmeticNOON School management was the first subject presented J after calling the house to order at 130 disbylain interest and hold Attention This was followed by J U Wilson on the teachers preparation Messrs Olllver McDonald and Carson discussed the daily trogra 1ets Prof Willis in a very instiuctive talk ntold the teachers how and what to dolot NTR 0tlonways preventing pupilsIrotu moving across ISfrom wita tlnleathelway dand the subject of spelling was begun Diacritics was discussed by Mr E A Carter i then Prof Welborn made a short talk on the Manner of Teaching Diacritics Mr J H Wood discussed the best spellawas pleasantly entertained by n paper on Miss Fannie Render pIThenDictionary by Messrs E Woodward and Elmo Williams 0 Miss Dena M Woodward prefer- written spelling to oral Mr M Maddox made a short talk on lint and when Conduct the Recitation In nllelvmethod ol grading the recitation in spelling This was followed by a talk by Miss Nannie King on Reviews Rccesst Alter music by the Institute nu roll call the remainder of the was spent in the discussion ol civics slPrudento be Attained Miss Dena M lVoa- ward rend a splendid paper on Oral In Work Miss Dora Gibson gave an interesting and Instructive talk on how to teach patriotism and we believe it hi method Is followed we will not out be more patriotic ourselves but wi instil patriotism into the minds an hearts oj our pupils The Institute was then entertained by an tntcrestln talkon Imperial Power by Prof Ra The Institute then adjourned fdTaylorappreciative audience which he het IIsale spellbound by his earnest and gout remarks The teachers canno i tllWhattheme and the earnestness of tb speaker spoke to the hearts of audit one ors and results are atlowglFONLnn CHINN Secy Sun YFISER Asst Secy Excursion Ratos cure I On account of Picnic at Tunnel Hilt C R R will sell round trip tickets pets Elizabethtown Ryat the rate one fare limited to August 6th t900lal returnOn Muhlenburg Count Fair Greenville Ky August isth to iSth the I C R R MIticketsone fare for the round trip Tickat her TAXESneone bs Call on me at once Eva visit and pay OUICI Taxes For 1900 This call must be week regarded as urgent My payment to the aunt Darn Auditor is due and my business must be closed By a promptvis payment youle IV tn D P r nt P ualty Purposed by law for Tenn layed payment hll on me in the law lellffS Office or oneMa my deputies in the has field tlatSSOCS 1 11 r rir r The man who smokes S OldVirginia Cheroots S has a satisfied glad I have got it j expression on his face from the time wiUIrnot a matter TexasrFlorida or Californiahe knows they f = will be just the same as those he = at homecleanwellmadeburn eventaste goodsatisfying 1 Three Lunched million Old Virginh Cberoots smoked this year Ask your own nester Price 3 for 5 cents s to be sold August r3th to iStb in elusive limited to August igtb goo returnOn Emancipation Celebra Paducah Ky August 8th goo the I C R R will run especial train Lousvllle Ky to Paducah and atreturn leaving Louisville at 630 am at Paducah at 130 p m and- y leaving Paducah on return trip at 1201 a m morning of August 9th For this occasion we will sell round trip tickets limited to special train in both directions Deaver Dam to Padu rah al the rote of J75 Tho Climax Reached IIast Wednesday in Beaver Dam tenor the best most respectible and most influential ladles ol that town went in to Messrs Tom Taylor and blindtlto stop tholtsandvmen so say so unkind and rude was their treatment usive and vulgar the language used some of them appeared yesterday outttmenIa The upjjcanI but if the court and the Com theirlOhio county would be stopped fightIsucbsnevery thedu vigorously and it will arouse t beenyittA It Is indeed a sorry condition of a if the women of this land ha take up the fight against the ill ii of liquor and far more woeful Is InIIf work and now since the wiv Deaverething for those husbands to do that is to join their wives in the work of their undertaking and e result is already told HERBINE is well adapted to the of fevers of all kinds because thoroughly cleanses the stomach an bowels of all bilious humors and ex all impure secretions of the body- f Price 50 cts For sale by J H Will YCERALVO KY Mr W D Barnard and daugher ss Maude attended the dedication Deaver Dam last Sunday Mr and Mrs Lee Tlchenor visited sister Mrs GtO Erwin who line Calhoon last week Dr Geo Everly went to Harrtford day last week Mrs Annie Xonrse and daughters Misses Pearl and Jesse accompanied Mr Mr V B Mortons children Ethel and Vlg left Saturday to viands and relatives at Central and Delton Miss Mathie Wood is visiting t 2We Hartford this weekJMrs Thos Mullen of Paducah Is visiting her sister Mrs P Jones Messrs E M Kimmel and J II Wood are attending the Institute this Miss Mattie Daruard visited he Mrs Dick Barnes of Deaver last week SMALLHOUSE KY tMrs Clinton Iglehart is iting her sister Mrs Dr Ellis MIL of Sulphur Spring Miss Susie Benett Owensboro Is friends and in IMrwho has been away from this county for three or four years is at 1andMrs Joe Dullock have gone to 2 disonville to see their sister who been dangerously 111 I Rev G II Lawrence filled th appointment at the Smallhouse Dap church Snuday His discourse A very interesting but owing to weather but few were theI Rev E D Maddox pastor Y the Smallhouse church was present Sunday at services Mrs Mildred Calloway who has keen visiting her uncle Mr French at Lagrange has returned home Mis Annie Lashbrook and little daughter Myrtle of Utica Ky are visiting relatives here placeandWednesdaytram havebeenat writingMrs Ross is no better we ate sorry to say v Mrs Mary Tichenor who hasbeen at Horton under treatment for her cancer is much better Mr J H Wood will begin the fall MrWoodpatronsfeel ofCeralvoborhood Miss Oma Maddox is teaching in the Bend X Given Up r to die several times yetl am spaced Ieto tell how I was saved writes Mrs A Stowe 237 N4th St San Cal 9 had valvular heart prors totso sluggish that the slightest exertion fainting There Is no hope said physician so I decided esto try Dr Miles Heart Cure and the result I consider miraculous 1 Jill- at satisfied it saved my life e DR MILES Heart Cureis sold by ill druggiiU on guarantee backBookDr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind iRough River Telephone Company lXCORPOIUTED Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks 9whert you can buy your own phones and build uur own linos in talking 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orDDIIIIt longer Dud nllord morn pltnurr than a dimes worth ttlTi I Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louis NOfCI I Hartford Republican u iFRIDAY AUGUST 3 I Chronology of Evants In tho Chinoso Crisis The story of the last few weeks in Chinese tuws as summarized is as fal Hows June 4 United States minister at Iekin cables danger to Washington June ChlneseRovernmentlotblds landing if mote forelun troops June 6 Utman French nnclish and American ministers warn Ilieli governments of impending disaster June iNine hundred BiitUh ma Tines landed to protect railroad from Tien Tsin to Prkin June 8 Situation at Tien Tsin grows serions JunpnIung Chow near Pekin rmrned ant 25 nativ ChriMtang Willed JUIIP II HeidsuilChuitUnscarried on pole N live converts burner1 live in interior lone 12 JipHnese chancelor stain it Maiiigalt railroad tiUtion by tht Kmpress bod guard Jlne 13lnlernallonalcIIImn landa it Tafcuen nmtefor Pekn Jure iaNative troops oppose art I vniice of column lure 15 Foreign legations virliul prisoners in imperial city Emprtw iioits 100000 tro ips outside walls t revent entrance of allied June 16 German Baron Vun Ket teler reported Main American churches In Tien Tula r zed June 17Boxerscut railroad behind chef force All unprotected foreign buildings in Pekin destroyed June 18 Chinese in Taku loots fire on allied fleets Allies reply and cap uied forts June 19 Reliel force under British Vdtuiral Seymour repotted outsid Ickin June 20 Pekin reported taken bj Admiral Seymours relief force Em peror said to have fled to Manchuria June 21Tlen Tsln bombarded by Chinese American consulate de troyed June 22 Foreign ministers report d safe Pekin in state of anarchy June 23 Seymour said to be sur Pounded between Ties Tsin and cjpl Ml United States Admiral ell1pn ables for reinforcements at Tien Tsin June 2JSlx thousand five hundred United States regulars with larger leet than Dewey bad at Manila sent o Tien Tsin Jun 2S Kight thousand allies land t I at Taku Allies enter Tien Tsin tfter hard fitht June 26 Sejmoure lulio raplit I Legation sale Hud pressed June 27 Riots at Wo Chow Ril foreign devils was ciIf Powers June 28 S tuour rrpiitKl to havi leldtut 15 days ngaint hordes 01 Chinese Hal not reachel 1inForced to return to cnst June 29 United SillieR batltesltij Oregon hastening to seat of war rounds on a rick 25 miles from Che Foo Russians hinder progress from elfish motives June 31 Word received at Wash ngton that legations at Pekin were life on June 25 Ministers given 24 hours to leave but refused United States assigns Admiral Remey to Chi lese naval command July xTaku dispatch says Ail cations burned except those of trance Germany and England Von ettrlers death confirmed Hacked U ILYONSii iTRAD tjI J MARrf I I V I i LAXAT- IVIISYRUP i NATUHEO CUt ron t i CONST PliIHN I offwetlblesdrI IJ kst rorlIhiispi Cokl3 mJ i J It drives I Jot all ImpuriJ I thO tiood audi iuiakvs the compxi1 cr i If you do not I I 1eItr than lacatlvc YOII have vr usci yourt druggist will refund the I All Ideal inmedy for mOlleyII fts nJults For sale by per bottle I ror CA 0 tIt IIKNI HOW t to UI uy 1 II IIIIHllnr 11 Itv II U liiN NiililiiirNirlrt My II 1 It I Ill 41 RII lOs WIIII IIOA I 10 MrlliiijiKy JIIIIV X TAYIOHI rum II y- L TAPEWORMS atlecutcdmybadtaking Cascurctx tno only cutbrtlo wortuy of tiotlce l y ecnslblo Qio W Ilowtu Dalrd Miss CANDY CATHARTIC m TIAOSMASS RZSJSIsED I I ItoUu4nh Iu WHY HE CURES I The Grratrt Sprclnllt or the Time Glrti Every Ca o 1IU 1enoiml Attention 3ioel doctor liorpn certain number tiiruMinllathnwav lutIo4MethodIUKUOIU Mm wo exaci- aauon oUeIIIIOOJiilon drlrrminrd Thin eTerycao In treated t i ar 011 aud medIcine ire id mltilntvrcd which nra ccU1l7 prepared under hr lUtliami ptrnonal case Notwopcoplearoaffecttd brapartlculardlwaMlnui consequentirnoiwotcoiie ttie unie wa tfoU compiling lr luthawar Is a tncial l t In tile ttlenMof t- hai he treats 1cciai du T u otWsowna iiftera rludiMout jean aro while In sod PFJCUCS and luEvery Case jcjaopiiargelugsncunianuJ eTreatedDr hathaway grout anl ImuIblounlf this Individual 571cm of trrtmpat requasuExclusiveTreatment old asking Our the or 01 Irlmetbebelieve llwlMrtballownoD8lie ldo Llnuelt the koowledze of bisTYmedielSa llaaweli sear nO lDloodandDiseases Ill stag I cureaatl rormtnf uIceroreq Mntche pimple etcand not only restores the tkln and KalpM ttetr natural condition hut 5 purlue the blood ttialthii dimrala pernlinoiitlr ant com linen the rrrtem without IjmlnMcrln palooa or Jincfr U ilrun Ills treatment or Varlroreta Varloocelo and and Stricture I I Carlo Stricture perrenioand rmoeal cure o Operation is required and no pain or ineonrcnlenci aro experienced l r the patient Thteipenwor Ibis r I much Ice than 1 of anr operation or brxpttal nr InMltole and l both sate cure tte organstosconditln001Drilstiarnetjaslutprrpere4a nec I those who tiayg Olsems reasontouepcct Kidney trouhlear hawlll gtadlvsend free- rrerrone who send lin hi name netNow fIblr n liti name sad JJreMti tr lljlluwmr cuariraFRor J NEWTON HATHAWAY M O CoSOOClnrchstrcet Trim JiuvnoVTnis IAIVU WIIEV WIUTIMI Ito pieces while on way to Chinese for office July 2 Kuilutc of relief column to teach beleaguarcd city reporUd luI London The Kaiser sends 20000 men to avenge his ministers death July 3Scores of heads on poles paraded through towns July 4One thousand foreigners re ported killed in Pekin July 5 Chinese Umperor reported a suicide Empress said to have been polson cdIJuly 6AllIes in critical condition it Tien Tsin Loss to date 610 July 7 Corflicting repot U of min lilerssafetyIJuly 8 legations announced safeI in the 4th Tien Tsln still hud jressed One hundred thousand Chi 11 ss surround city ondIJuly 10 Bombardment of Tien Tsin continues circular note to poaeri rum China tiles to absolve na ion from blame July u uAll foreigners reported to live left Tien Tsin for Talon on the 4h Grave tears for Conger and ntish mnaries Chancellor of Iekin ersity reported killed with his Mmi v July 12 Ierilif legations confirm I The worst lei ml July 13 The Mnughter of Corger is firmly and Fiench anti HuglUh ilinisters again IPlllltdcJuly 24TIell Tsin garrison birely ts own against the Chinese Prlnre Oheng says Pekin foreigners were massacred July 7 July 15 Allies win two victories over Chinese who were threatening their line of retreat from Tien Tsin too Taku 1 June 16 Allied army defeated by he Chinese in an nttemct to take theI native city of Tien Tsin Colonel Lircum and thirty other Americans s killed Aboit 25 per cent of the Ninth regiment wounded July 17 President teaches Vash ington to consult with Cabinet onc Chinese crisis i July 18 News of Chinese Invasion of Siberia and capture ot Russian town cf Blagovestchcnsk Prince Tuan reported mobilizing an army of 950000 men July 19 France proposes interna tional agreement for joint action in China July 20 Dispatch received from Minister Conger supposed to be dated iSth In British legation under continued shot and shell front Chinese troops Quick relief only can prevent general massacre II July 21French government receives a telegram from the Umperor of China asking the mediation of the Powers a rmToTalio CiMMHts Cuiulv Cathartic iSo or Me If C OO Mil lo cure u refund IUUIICVt tNFor II neat jot I cleaning clnlhes n call mi Kiv P SII jH3 on U noil Stutt situ Apple Alley- S CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always BoughtI fears the- Signaturuof rV Tho Now War Playo II mplultHltjtd J t fur r ext Itlt n I Ililcti Vrt 1 ID tIIll with n toad company illn te v etarPllntnpli t Conndv pan PRFII1IIIIIIII tip inv iRflililo CirpiirnI in I lie firt xrl ttt 1a cli ilini in nt ihc inviAttgiiilnj rImII m MMIIM in tic Ii t New V rc I rw Tombstone Crockery Ware io Atantn OlllIh 21ITuhnlly the ti tuost iniifjiK tonilistonc it iivt the word tombstone lnurHtivrly in the State is not more than three milesIIrom the center of this city rural cemetry of flattie hilt Jt Is that 01 Mrs V It Dartlett and was erected by her husband an ngcd Confederate veteran The tiarllett couple lived a hertnitlifj and were without children When his wife tiled five seats ago old man Bartlttt seemed pn tiated anti for a long time sought seclusion in f re ts Finally he began the trtc lion ol a tombstone over her grave adding to it from time to time till at present the following articles compose the pile 8 porcelain bowl 12 china pitchers 10 plass pitchers I wheel horn a toy wagon i grindstone 6 ojsttr shells 3 quart bottles tf pint billies 6 berry bowls I mirror 3 salt crlleis I pepper box 12 china plates 6 cups and saucers a finger bowl and innumerable bits of colored glass The old mOil in spite ol the fact that he has remariied spends every mnonllulit night on a cot over the grave CASTOnXAPellll theittKind YM Have Unit Bnatlil Sigoatureflf Rapid Transit Iu the ancient days said the edu cued Filipino the witches had the power to change man into an insect or nptile I wihh one would change me into I centipede sighted the leader who had yet Zoo miles to run To Tho Doaf A rich lady cured of her deafness nrd noises tn the heall by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Gir Drumsgave io ooo to his Institute so that deal peo pe unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Ad dress No 4 S3 The Nicholson Institute 780 EIghth Avenue New York Tho Whalo and tho Salaman dor IA salamander wha hoped to strike oil went to the brink of the ocean during a shower and earnestly im plored a whale to come out ol the wet Thanks replied thecouiteous cuts cean but I should feel entirely out If my element In your society MoralThe above teaches us the propriety of being contented with out otWhere the digestion isgood and thr teneral powers of the syitetii in r healthy state worms can find no hub itation in the human body WHI flJS CRKAM VERMIFUGE not only destroys every worm but corrects all leranitements of the digestive organs Iicezicts For sale by J II Wil limns in S Not a New Woman tneh peWhat made George nnd Aicv breik their engagement Clus411I1 complained thit she wis Ito nminate for the plese- ntclnnrooln Life FREE BLOOD CURE n Offer Proving Faith to Suf ferors Is your Blood Pure Are you sure f it Do cuts or scratches heal slow 3 Does your skin Itchor burn Have you Pimple Emotions Ach ng Hones or Urzemit Old Sires boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Beath Catarrh Are you pale II o purify your Blood at ore with B n II Botanic Blood B lni It make the Blood Pure and Rich heals ever Ere and giveR iicIearsmoMh health skin Deepseatcd cases like ulcers ncer eating sores Painful Swell tgS Blood Poison lire quickly curer by B B B nude especially fir ali obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles U U B drums the Poison anti Hn mois out ol the Wood and entire sys tern so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else tail Thoroughly tested fiji 30 years largbottlesthe bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and tree medical advice given p Noahs Latnont Whats the matter paw asked lIam Matter The ingratitude of tho e odern novelists Is beyond CUIII pre Look at all I have done for his world and not one has made ne he leading character ofit hi tuica ovel Ham moved away knowing tlvu consolation here was out ol place yraciviie Herald NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor cci AUnnood ure Impotency NIght Kmlnlons Lou of Meat on a diseases i nllolIeeUoCtelfabusoor I indiscretioni PILLS UV bulldor IroebCOkifire of youth Ur mall CTS 600 I box 0 boxes fur 2150 with our bankable rauranU to cure r refund the money bend for circular oDd copy of our oookoblo guarantee bond Nervlta Tablets immediate EXTRA STRENGTH Result IJELLOW LABELl Pcaltltoly fniarantoed cure for ton of Power Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs arii Locomotor Ataxla Ncrvoni Proitra on Fits Inianlty Paraly lt and the caulta of Eicciilro UOfl of Tobacco Onlntn or lfquor matt In plain 8100 a us for 181100 with our bankable mar nte bond to cure In 30 days or refund oney paid AddrolSIClinton Jackson ots Sret with you btbr ltalrlliling tuuacra habIt N 0TO1i- lms Ie dIN tar Iobaso sliP- uIarsudalrvna epsiDioo- n prl5sa Pa I r ttoret loi IUlGbOldIlOO bot 117omtrekrloo b I1II0ulltraLT ItIt0- P0111 assaIl eureg 3 bus St tS nniSirU I CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISONhiContagious MrsTw Icc wont Ala writes Several rarI MO I was lnocuiatrtwIth poion I a diseased nune who Infected ray baby and fur six tong I suffered untold misery M body wal COterN wit sores and ulcers Sec phytlclaoatrealed me but to no Thenercuryand potash they save me to d to the awful name which was devouring me Frlendi mlvl ed me to 8 51 lUganlak Imrroedfrollo romrlcte and perfect cure was the reault Illi OIl Is the most and d tractive of all diseases as It vitiates anti corrupts the entire ystemI The first sore or ulcer is followed little red pinlities all the body mouth stud throat become sore the iUuds enlarge and inflame copper colored and hair and eyebrows rail out These are some time milder symptoms they increase lit severity finally attacking the vital organs the body It tortured with rheumatic pains and covered with offensive eating sores It is a peculiar poison so highly contagious that an Innocent person liandllng the same articles used by one this loathsome disease may be inoculated with the virus It can be transmitted from parent to child appearing as the same disease or III a modified fornIUkI Hciema or Scrofula Many an old sore or skin trouble appearing in middle life Is due and traceable to blood contracted In early life Vou may have taken anti mercury faithfully for two or three years and thought you were cured but were not for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease they drive it front the outside but it is doing its work on the will show up again sooner or later You may not recognize It as the same old taint but it is S S S has cured thousands of cases of Contagious Blood and it will cure you It is the only vegetable blood purifier known and the only antidote for this poison S S S cleanses tl thoroughly every of UM poison there is never any return the disease 2WttiraVUKLdose itudyof blood 0IS0t1 and sctaat In treat- Ing can cure yourself perfectly and permanently at home and secret our own you any information or medical advice at any time write to our physicians They have made a life study of blood diseases letter prompt careful attention Consult theta as often as you we make no charge whatever for this service All correspondence U conducted in the strictest confidence I Address SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA om JCnt N l- Citlo Y Clrrolt Court W T Own July J E II Atturnrjr OwriKtiurii T II Illnrk Jiillrr Ie A AndrriMin llrrk 1I WHII llnllirouk Mn trr Tom mlulonrr Cl II IIUii Inuti Jury Knnd It- T Steven HhrrifT llnrtfiinl IV uty MlirriRli M Ihwkrr T II Ibaluii J II Tnjlor W S TlHMlrv 4 TonttniuvelieMflrnt hlnle In Mimh nml AuKtmt nml nuitlnuio ihnv 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