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TfTE "REPUTCLTC: MONDAY, MA1 U, 1000.
m QAve props
CENTURY BAY FOR
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT
Cnnri ntimi a( Hot Splines ltcvoles
the Sabli.nh to a Disjciissjon
English Expect No More Serious
r. ti A: ."rtwS-W.
Trouble From Steyn's
SEVERAL UNIQUE FEATURES.
! h i! f put? r t ii i- s h- fr'-at' Uhr
y iiin I i n 1 Iimiiw thr uri'iTtJik
tr d more itian lhy can ! fH h-rv Ihir
Ih iin. rr ft- ii t In tK f.riiiIar ra-h Thn
tru- f'sla1t''t i r .itMrrpt to i m' ill iii
um b w 11 IIn c n-taiit tu . oi rt '(.iri h
.?lirr, ,,, t c ti ri ar- all n t I fa
? r r n t tr t, i I p h c n -s master
"h t-ivt tt' Ik n J 'rin-d and h io. IfTu
Inlnie'iiriion of i Chines" Ciil jn.s-
.sioiu.it Women's H n l;L..
iiioxeil ly Iiiiuist Texan
on Itapiist liow.s.
Near Thaba N'Clui a Considerable Force Still Op
poses the British, but is Harassed
bv Mounted In fan tr v.
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T.Y AITHtET STANHOPE.
ppiyiAt. m CAisun.
tendon. Ipnd.i, Ma !C -roprlpht.
1!-1. by the New- Yo-k Herald Company
The newspapers, 'his moniinK are eewiKratu
lHttnc Groat Hritian on w-hal i orutieatlv
the end of the war no far a the Free
Sinters arc concerned.
It is pointed out, lit the s itne time that
It K.ul) iw rash to -l-sume that there will
he no topic fKThtlDR H the Kreo Slate. A
cn.sidenible force of Boers is still opposed
to Gcmer-ils Tliir-dle and ISrahint near
ThaKi X'fhu This is Iikoty to be 1oin.il
by tb'f'' stalwins who still ebi to Prs
. ent Ste-vn. A wide oipiuifo of the I"ree
Stnto hc-tvreen Krocmstnd and Drakensbun;
remains Jo be eon.-juered.
nefnro I'rtsKlent Ston loft Kroonstad lie
proclaimed Undlev tho cnpltal of the Kress
State -ind he has gone 13 the new eat of
iIoemmcnt. It Is not. ho-vever thousht
likely rtit he will be laft lonir undlsturl-d
thoro as Undly Is to th sout!ieat of
Kmo-stad, and Is in tho direct line of
mireh of oe oX tho columns moving from
It N Konenlly rected here thxt Uoni
Itolx-rtrt -nlll have little freh news of an
excltinc nature to chronicle !nr a few day",
in th Mjppo-rition i that a tnef halt 'a ill
be made at find nroi-nil Kroonstid tj ci,e
troops a n?dod rBt and brlnjr up suppli!
from the base. Yet tt is to 1 e HSumod that
Ixvrd Itoberta tvlll pufh on to Yaal lUVer :is
tpeeillly a. posaib-e.
i-Vora Jlasoru and Thaba X'i'hil cornea
rnra which looks as If the troops v. mill not
lime much trouble in their work of ullj
ln:r the southeast of tin. Free state The
Iloer commandos In that ropion wtuid "e'n
to fcae alandonis3 their Intention of making
a stacd at Mequittllss's Xek In the K-ran-nal.-rp
hflib. The a'e tlghtins hilf
hearted rear Rucrd rctiur.s that coier the
it movement toT.urd Krnftad of -ast fiocks
vr.r.d birds that fcaio been moin? hither
and thither In tho Iuljtrand diBttkt.
Tho British In that reishborhood are the
more motile force for once Mounted in
fantry are harassing the reiinnr lurh 'rs.
constantly outflacklcc them abd ,-ivin?
them no rest.
JiirEhnr. khljci- nnimi.
SPKCIAL, I5Y CAKLE.
London, ilonda:., lla II. tCopj tight,
3A0, by the .Nm York HrraUl Company
A report that JIafekin? whs rei"Hl
reached London last night trom an uu
onicial fccurte. Sv offlcul conflrnatlnn 1
at hand and the run.ni niaj eaMlj J
vr.maturc. To Judge frvm the progrtos of I
tho Uritiah r.devin,j- forte, liuuncr, Jlafe
Uing should be naihtd to-daj r to-morrow
or by V tsir.eda at t:ie late.-.t.
KitCfiCit ;ig 'io i.vui:mji;i:jj.
London, JIa li -A dtspat. h to the Timu-
from KroonsUd, datol fcaturdai . tjjs:
"It Is reported that Pnsid. nt Kruger in-tf-nda
moTlriB to LydenberR as. -oon as lie 1-j
joinl by l"relduu faijn, who left juicr
da with General Uotha.
The countr- U'twtn 1'osi hylatt and,
ICroonslad ralsht Iiavo bt.cn etfectinly In Id
U tho spirit bad been wittins."
in imk or rii.iiTiM; in vr.i
London. il.i 11 Tho Standard publishes
) I the foilowins from Irban dat -d Sumlay.
; 'Thtle arn irslatenl mmors here of
r heavy flBbcinc in Natal A I'.rd Cross
train Itti Inst night fo- the north "
to iMPUKss i-tn:moM::ts.
London, Hay II. The 1-xinnz.i MarquoH
correspondent of the Tiinrs, :el. Brapbing
"It U rumorei that tho Transvaal Road.
In swi F-ion, his rvsoUed to ord.r all
ffSidentB, IrrtHptc'Ive of nationality, to a,.
Vt In the dcfciife of tbu l:eiublo. In ac
cordance with the arms of the ameudoil
military lavs The Bjcik recognize that
thy are now in the iaRt extremity an.1 all
F"rt and conditio ns of tan are bolnfr coni
mandtere.1. The iij. rchants here have pro
tested apainst the stoppnio of a con-irn-menus
of ciolliinp and corned beef, of which
thi latter wa- pur,hds.-d In Atnen.a
Lnitcd States Coneid Stanlcv Ilollib. who e
THINKS THE END IN SIGHT.
Spenser Wilkinson Intimates That Resistance by
lioer Armies Will Uc Over in
.Xcw York. Mi IS. Spenser Wilkinson e.f
Lon.lon in in nrtle Io on "How J.on 1 1
the Boer War L.ist?" which will appear In
the folhcomliiK edition or J.e-.lics Weekly
"In thp summer of It!l there were ptoh
ally ic-x men in or ,ut of the , unci
States veho foresaw that the xr.ir ef the .se
eesslon would last for four iais. If :mv
held thit oj inlon lie Kilned little credence
for It at the time, Ja .lune. 1'CQ, only those
fi ho had special opjiortunlt of knowing
tho condition of the I'russlati armr fore
taw thtt tho Austrian llmplro would be
euiiuy for peace within fix we. Is of tho
outbreak or tho then ponding hostilities
'.rrho dural,0 f Ihe out nTAOINtalti
"The duration of u wir depend, purtiv
upon the nature of the country In whieh l"t
is wafred. but much more upon the telative
lesourec:. of Uie two lllirierents and the
energ and de-termination which each of
them throws into It. Tie last named is
probably the- most impor ant factor
"I havo from tho beginning npeciesj that
tho Hcwts woald make a eiespirate fight.
Accwdins to thUr ievv. the ause tor which
thev are In nrms is that of their indepen
dence, or their national eUstence. and for
that catifB every community will fight hard
er and longer than for any othe r.
"Great Britain Is lighting for the unity
fir her linpire. and for the moral eIsteme
en me uniii,h ballon. It Is l cause vvhicli
PIs.ala less direct! to the lnttllUcnce of
cjiu in.usses mail tint of Independence-, and
the disproportion between the resources of
liio British Umpire ind thoso of th- Boer
Republics la so great that neither the
British Gov oniment nor the constituencies
Dj whose tone It Is accustomed to suide it
.ir are able to realize the lmortanc of
extreme exertions to I ring the war -pcedil
to an end.
"In the present c.-i-c. the British Gov
ernment, tho sroup of politicians in charge
of the nation's affairs. Is not et more than
half nwake. and if the provision hitherto
made for tho conduct of tho war should
Jirovc insufficient there would be consider
able delay beforo freah exertions b wav of
preparation would produce a visible result-
"I hardly expect the lesistanto of tho
ocr ancles la the Cold, to be rrolonffcd
svnip.ethi.-s ire notorious Is i-tcid to hive
Miwii-iiai d agalr-pt whit he e.il'id inter-'e-
e vv't Amor I ..n trade. "
i iipi:ii: t-v i.i:itM .
I'trlin. Ma 1" The oecupitlon or K-oou-stat
by l.onl ;)' rN without 'osia'ance
h.tf caused the sr.atest surprise lor Tho
military export ol the laik il nzi, co- p-ids
an eiilinatkm In the fact that m.inj of tho
IJoe rs havo d s, rte-3 llo Mis
L. r! KoIhtis's aelvarco way pl mli 11'
ruled It it worth to he placed in
side the Kancnhir cvpsditio'i. The situa
tion is noa chirund fo i;reiilv in favor of
the Itri.tsh that the f ite of the Transv il
Uv.ers Is cttleil "
President Stcvn't! BmiW,t T-i.Tir! I
interpreted ax ontlroilnc tin mm ir -f
bi kerinas between tho Transvaal -i ..rd
the Free Stili rs
nii:i:'ii;ies viiippi:ii n M'i:i .
SPKOI 1. ISY CAIU-U.
London Mfl 11 ,1'oetv rlit 1V.1 liv el-rt
x,B orI- nPrai,i .oipan ) A 'dip-itili
ti the Uailj Telegraph, dited Kroon-tad.
Spturda. Bii.e this aetount ef the icupa-
tion of the town
"Gei-erals l'rench and Hutton ontored thl
town this mornicc. The Ilorrs iuittd it
Priday. tho llollandtrs. and Irih hatim;
burntd tho torage and di-troycd tho
"The Tree Staters are dlsp rsli. Thflr
V?lkraad met here, hut adjourned to Kind
ley. Tie war Is prnctioill oxer o far as
the free State I? concerned Six .housind
of the or.etnv with twentj cannon Iae
trekked north There ua no tiKhtlm;. but
it is thought po-slldi there muj hi some
at riilbron The Traimaalera are d 'pir
ited. "I-ord Ilobcrts at 2 o'cb.ol: this aflernaon
was present at i march pa't of troops in
the public Wiinre. Tho ."oldi. rs cave I im
"There In much bitterness between the
Fre t-taters and the Tran-iab 's. Former
Ir"K.din' Sttjn on Fridnv ab-Mdu:. Iv rsed
the sjambok upon those Free SttVr -el.o
rad dcclar&l their intention of des..riia:r
One bod of a hundred nu n. und. r C' m
mandant Xeit-s melted to , vent. e The
others nturn. d to th. !r farm-. Sv.ral
hundred- -ur'cndrred thlr arms t-d-iv
"It ajpears th.it th. Hoors had two riiiis.
thlrtien-ioi,nder-. sma-heil In Thun-dav's
actior. and since thn thrte otiu rs. for ws.
triav Colon, l Gordon lattl-d Jhrm V'.th
his horse artlllerv.
"General Freiich is i.ow five miles to the
north of here Our headquart. rs will prob
ably remain here for a few davs. to enable
the troups to r.uprate after their Icnc and
rapid march and admit the arrival of loco
motives and the repair of the railway,
will, h is coins on at rcrn-irkable sp,e.i
"Ihe union Jack was hoisted at Kroon.tad
by Mrs Iaxkhead. the American wile if a
"The majoritv of the lioer horsv.s are in
vrct.hed .I'ldition. but Frosident Kn.scr
hah declarl that he will continue the war"
in in mi kii-i.im; s ppi:i
I-ondon, lias 11 Kudvard Klplimr
brousnt from Cape Town the appeal of a
v. ell-known 'slHan minister to the pre-i-d.yt
of the British W'esicjj,, ronferenco in
favor of tho antHxatlon of the two Re
public In this npp.ul .Mr Klpllns adds:
ir. throi.ib an Intellectual lascivioun-n-ss.
we In i:nIind prefer to tickle .mo
tion l.j b.-iriR p..n ious once .iRain at other
jMs.pli s expanse w len the settlement
toni's. all thih wejry, hloodv work avIII
fcav.. to be done anew fiom the befrinniiiK
Ave or t.n j.ar back I aume that vou
have full km.ul.xico of the situation in
. -.. ....,.,. ,.Ui i (u not mint you cun
realize how p,usioua!tly and eaKerl the
loalits look to Knluiid for a sign that
the m,,a-or country will neither desert th.m
nor btr.iy them to the Dutch."
xtiM'i.r: pisih:s ikikhs n.i.-
:.r?m:, Vrn,1, ,-''' H-O-opvrlshl.
19 '. h tho New Tioik Jierald Comp m )
A s-ial dNpat.h to the u,l!v TeleKraiili
from Hdcn, Satunljv, m Thaba X Chu
(!inrat Knndle is pushins the enemv
liu. .ilomr a front of Udrt miles (east of
Hlo. infnntelu) Tho ltoers arc b. Ilev.i
U i i one. ntratioj,- at CIocol in Cneral
(.tenfell rs- uplid Xew-hrj s mills this
morni-K w,th ut ..position capturlm, many
thoiUHi. i ba"? of whf.it Hour. Four hun
dred Ho is Jut efciixs) htm "
A iMlly MII sjM.j.,1 from Thala X'CIni
r-Jturda-,. s.ivs "Thy Hocn: still occupv
the arpoi-nhev of Undjlirmd llundte is
Mttarkins thee poMtlnns with mounteit in
l.mtrv The ltoers. who are In strength t
the noritua-t h.iv fallen Im k -evral
mil. s rturlnc to-diys opcratloi "
fcr m-ch more than three months, but 1
should not he -urprtjed if tho effective oc
cuititin of tho whole country required a
further six months of continuous effort.
"There ar.i now under the command of
lor! Bobtrts, all t gettier. 1S-.C"I men, and,
'tn If the mo't lihernl deductions aro
made for cisualties of all sorts foi Inva
lid", for garrisons left on the communica
tions and for troops s.,ti,Jrl(rj n ,ile ,,s.
Iriets latelv ells iffri ted; and If wo allow
that there may be in Xatal 4e,e) to supply
a held foree of 3h')ii there is .still abund
ant material for Iiid Itobe-rts to attick
tho Boers with a force outnunilrlng their
"On the lowest estimate of whit tiie
British ruminandcr of Xatal can do, he
mti-t hold. hist, a re-pectible fraction of
the Boer forces The rem Under cannot,
without j. re it danger, fwhl u pitched l-tt-ile
.is ilnsl Lord Boberts. for in tint case
Ids attaik will cerfiinl envelop them
and involve tliriu In disaster At the best,
they can dela him and hiraf his com
iiiunliiitions ' It is little more than a month's march
from Hies mfontein t I're ton i The Boer?
bv the various expedients open to them, of
rear-gu.,tl aetions, and of raids on the
eomminlcjiio-s. ni i prolorir this time by
a couple of months, but in the pr. cess, even
trougn thev should esc ipe crushing defeat,
their army would be used up. Alter thit
there It nothing left to them but gurriIU
warefa-e, ,r the attempt at a wholesale
"trek" to the north.
This appears to me to lie the nnrmnl
forecast, but l hive no pes nal knowledge ' i-Pon-lbiiit for the elefeat of caml logisl i
eithcr of the eountrv or the people a,,a ! tjon upen the administration and the ejuos-
e!! 7 .m"J IrI:4'?.-h urehrrolaccr-sh' fr"
o,,i-e.-,i vinous itosviini'iirs wnicn I can
not gauge The wholo of South Africi is
inhabited b Kalllr tnbes. v ho far out
number alt tho white settlers. If the Kaf
firs were to join in the fight on one side
or the other no one e-an forse?e what would
"A second set of p js-dblllties lies in the
gcm-ral course of the world's affairs Tho
longer the duration of the war the greater
the scope for the occurrence of unexpected
events in Fomo other quarter of the globe
which might modify tho whole situation."
I'lvpaiMinrx (nllfp at .I.ilapa Kicontly Eroctt'il Through lh In.(r.i
ini'iiialily of (iiivoiunr DcIipmi. Sludciil.s of Tins (.olk'; ,re
X in St. Loiii, on a Tour of the I'liitcd States.
TARE TWO TOWN!
lliiouoos and Mn.iMii on the Isl.ind
of I.e.tle Aie Opeiipifd
FILIPINOS OPPOSE LANDING.
The Lose Meatily. hut Our Sol
diers Hum Only Throe Casual
ties Little Fear of an In
Mirjjent Out break.
-Manili. ilav 13 -The towns of HibrnKOs
and Maasln. Island of lite. have been oc
cupied hv troops of the Fortv -third Volun
teer Infantr; The insurgents opposed the
landirc of the Americans and usialiri
heavj los-t. The American ha.l three
The latest rumor of an outbreak in Manila
amine the natives, which was In ircul i
tlon lat wetk Was seriou-!v discussed bv
some of the local pap.rs and attr.uttsl
more Roneral attention that has usually
letn the ca-e with this sort of thlmf.
As a matter of f ict in inv Filipinos did
leave their American emplovirs with the
apparent int.ntiou of Joining somo .such
movement Their action, tak. n in con
nection with the hit. st of sreral nativ.a
for ctTlnsj concealed weapons and tho
dispersion of several suspicious ciittn nmjs,
pave cdor to the rports.
The olhcinLs have been active In the m it
ter, hut are not Inclined to think an up
rising will Is. attempted Tin believe the
Filipinos lackiPK In the ncieasary cnuraKe.
nd .speclilly in view of the fact that tho
natives feared to attempt the dimonstra-j
tion at the time of Gcneril Iiw ton's fu-
neral, nltltoUKh thev hid n.ade eareful
preparations and nnnj ItusurKents hid
come to M mil i for this eiir s.s puroso
A Tinor fnn..d -itnnTiir the cantllresl eTei t
of Gen.r-.il P.intaleon Garcia bivs thtt the
Fnite-d States CoiiRret-s his done nothing I
for the Filipinos and that, therefore, all.
Filiplnew who an- working for Americans
must leave the ir . movers immcolat.I or
suffer the ptnalt of tre.ison. I
One. r.port Is that the riiiplno Junta is
encle lvoritia to Incite An outnrcak in orue r i
In sliow the civil commission that the in
surre. ttop Is still alive
It dci not seem probable that the pe-i'C
propo-i-ils which S"e nor Buencaiuluo. at one
time a member of the so-called Filipino
Govertim.nt ha.s drawn up for submls-ion
to Aguinalilo and the other Insurgent le lit
ers will hive much weight with the Fili
pinos. Bueiic.imlro's reputation, gained In
fonner wars. Is that of a man who hurries
to cot on the winning side. He was in dis
favor with the Filipinos een before the
collaps-e of their Government, owing to a
widespread suspicion of elMovaltv to his
Kict week General MacArthur received a
large number of oihclil". onuls olhcers
and representatives of commerci il Inidies.
To Lieutenant Colonel Crowdtr, his mlli
tarv secretary, he will 's-ign miitiv duties
heretofore devolving upon thi Adjutant
General This step , taken in view of the ,
iticrcising independence of the pisst of (
ernor General Mir Arthur's iill, eppe-ara
to involvo considerable des-entrallz.itIon He
will pive to his stall authorlt) In nutters
of detail and will devote himself largely to
questions of policy.
A'iitoria (Jrnvs to He f Jivcn to Fa
niiri'nuc." sriXT u-
Oltawu. Ont . May 13 The announcement,
is niado that the Vlctoriv Crow Is to ho
awiirded to Father I X. 0'I.ear. the Ivc
min Catholic lapl.ln with the First Can
adi en contingent to Pctith Afrlcn. and to 1
French CuiaJiin name 1 ITset. the -.ursJin.
for eono'ciiou- brave ly on the Held of bat
tle diirins "he cr.gKsonieiiis in wn'eli 11c
C.'ili.nli ins t.'iiicipat d tiefore the eapitlla
tlon of the Orange Free State capita!
Father O'lao'i untiring elevoilm to
duty and his cr at bn.ver hive '.injel Tor
him the admir-itlon of his hattnli in His
sigml services a the front and on 'he br
ing line have won for lum the distinction of
reng reeommet deel fci tlie rew.ird eif elis
tlngulhd v.i'ur There is onl one otn-r
'icle,rian crcjs Pi the po-cssion of a I'an
ailian It wan awardesl to l'rivate T.
O'HeM of the- Bitle Brigade for e xtlnguishing
a ilre In an ammuii'tlon van during the Fe
Will Vote WitJi the Demoinils. on
Washington. M iv 15 Senator McBride of
Oregon will vote with the Bs. mofrals on the
Intcroccaiiic Canal Committee to rciiort tho
S'l .n j.k..I till - . t. -. .1...
H;MlsehUSen:,t;;r' jiiBniK'svote win put I
that measure on the cileiid ir of current I
liuincs Thli. action mav b, taken to
morrow Further dl-io-ltloii of the bill will
then he In the hands of the K. publican
.steering committee, which ha.s deel ired war
on the measure and, acting under Hanna's
orders, proposes, to prevent consideration
at this, se-.Mon.
This poll- of miction will place the re-
unit lor ninise u ;uiu nis part.
Senator Morgan will .see to it that the
responsibility is fixed. At the tlrst oppor
tunit Mr Morgan will dsk to take up tlie
bill b unanimous consent. This will be
objected t" bj one or Mr. Ho tina's follow
ers Mr Morgan will press for a vole Only
bv xotlug down the motion, directlv or In
directly accompllshtn the same result by
what are known as parllamentarj tactics,
can Mr. Morgan be defeated.
In cither event he can securo a yea and
nay vote, put the Senate on record and
fhovv the country who are and who arc not
the friends of the canal proposition.
BY COURT INTRIGUE,
Siberian Coast (Sold (Jrnnt
cuied ()er roit Com
PLANS OF THE EXPEDITION.
Hxpeet to Find ns IJich Deposil.s
as Those of Cape Nome
Some Americans Aie
New irk. Ma 13 X- w gold ll UN. ri
valing ill richness the dep sltr. of Cape
Xon.e. will be opened to American miners,
if the cxpectntioiia of the mmibors of the
lMis-tmi ej edition which, as told in t"un
das Hepulilie. arrlve.1 here Saturdiy night
on tin hip Cinipania on Its waj to Xorth
atrn Sll-rin, are fuliilkd
Vladimir enlariarsk. a Colonel of the
lltisslan Imieriil Giurd. obtaiufd the onn
c.sxi. ti of the vast Siberian tract which
tlie expedition is to eje imlne. There w.re
more than fortv applicants for the Ri-u.t.
which had been sought with eigeniess sinc.i
the dcoverj of KOld on the American side
of the llelirlnjr S. a.
1! meiipsi of eouit Infiiieiice, backed by
pr.ure from other somces. which are po
tent ii Ilus.ian cfliclil life. Colonel Aetl
larlark tarried off th. prize
rrn Luruer Tliiin I'rnnce.
He lorm.d n compaii In Kusli, which
jihnnni the present cTpeslition, which Is
headed b A. lUjdanov itch, a Husslan en
glntsr. It Is undcrMood that a Mib'idiao
companj has leeu formed In nns;I.inl In
' connection with the cone elon, whicn cov
ers an area of territory larRT th in France,
but the Russians are .M' ed!ni;lv jealous
if the participation of forvlaneis in the
privilege, and therefore secr.cj Is miln-
tallied In. rcanl to the FhkIIsIi ind Ameri-
cHn inte rests. It Is fuire d that If these are
made fs. prominent a re.juest ma I
mmi, t fh rzfr () ievoKp )0 c,,i,m
, ,, . . .
"npJiJ thai the eold-larl.iS Hand- "f
- "-s .-n-.. .. ue- irsm .i waiii mi
and lli.,t the Arctic channel between the
two coiitments was semeipttl out by glacial
nitloii. which wore domi the eiunrtz Iedge.s
and left the ireo g' Id in the "-,n Hand.
For almost the entire length of the I'.icillo
e'oast. tho l,each contait.s a hi icl. sand,
with rold In Ftnall quatititle? It has bean
fuiinl lhat the Xome strand Is r.T.eweel
with old-bearing sand fiom the bottom of
the .sea a.s often as the guld his been
washed out by the miners. "Ihe Kusslaiis
believe that ; radical! the c nitre sea 11. or
Is paved with M'ldtn sind
Miners who have visited the J-ilr nan
coast by stealth Live reported that It Is
practically tile same ns tho '(im coast,
consisting of a strip of 1 e u h. Im hind whi, h
Hi s a ' tundra. ' or ielt of gold-boat in r
" - " " .' ' "" " "-
.i,l 1....-U 1. ... 1 !... I . -V .
.Mail coniivsnlcs have lie n fotined to
work ilnslgen and pumrei ..it the rm-t of
t ape Xome In eird, r to uraw i,p the . e. mum
tati'I where It re a, lies iho h,ih It is e x
lieoted that the eipration of thu-c uppli
iimes will lie prevented hv the l-.ieh miners
niiil that npiMntus 'n which large e-jplt ii
has b.en invented will lc Idle until these
new fields are open o it If the e -dition
to Siberia tinds what It icts the com
pany will Invite the pumps and dr. dg s to
cross to the Slhoriin shore and operate
there upon pi mint of a roalt.
I looby, the Bngllsh p-oinnter. has rothins
to do with this pla eieorge I) Bohorts,
who Is a vtteran Cilltornla miner. v,ll be
a inemlKT of the e xpl iit. party. Mi It, b
erts has mule a stud of gold d, poss in
sea unds and has a plan for eitiacting the
gold from the frozen "tundra
The ctpe-dllion will sail from San Fran
cis, n nlsiut Juiiei 1. .ifter tlie liii". ms h ive
ronfrrel with the Buslaii Amliasa,;OP j
Washington. It will return als-ul Xovem
Iier land expects thtn to lie able make i
complete report of the possibilities of the
region. It will stop for n few davs at Cap
Xome and will then oe tc nniiu at what
point to beln Its expedition
Mr B.olerts slid to-di at the U'aid irf
Astcrla that from Inform ilion win, h h. h.ol
received the deposit of gold in the Siben.ni
const promised to lie the moet aljibl
ever foi.rd Xo attempt will b, nade to
wo i It in the "tundra' this v.ar. but the
part hopes to le able to m ike some cou-n.u-tji
with American owners of pumps and
DAVIS CAUSED A FLURRY.
Untheiiii of KVpuhlic.m Clans at
Kausas City, Mo. M i li -Clans began
MlherliiK to-nlL,ht fe-r the St Hi iSuav- n-
" "r - "spul-licans thjt ,ee,s
" Tia-sda to name a State ticket and .e-
Icl four dele-gates at lan.c to I'hll i le:,hli.
for Mate- unices. Irom Joseph 1 1., ,, r
Governor down, there will lie praetbaliv nj
contest But a tussle is looked for whsii
th. eleieg tt -at-larf,e are select,, 1 I'roml
ncnt among these who an mention ,1 for
delegates are. I. M. Hous, r of the Gl die-IKmoe-at:
Richard c. Kerens. Nation il
Committecm.in. and Xathin Frai.. both
also from M. Iouls. Juhn I- Blitlner of
St Joseph; .Major William Warner. I'nite.l
states ldstriet Attorney, of Kkii-js ntj .
I'at Over. C G. Burton and Webster L'avls,
ex-Assistant S, cretar of the Interior, air
Bavls arrives! In the city to-day from the
liist. cste-nsll 1 only to fill it lecture d it
lo-mor-ovv. and hi- coming has cauj.l ex
cite merit among the p.irty lcaderst.
The M-crot is out. How to have a small
gas hill, and at the same time do our
cookinc- and baking. Hue the "Quick Meal"
Gas Itunce which has 1-een thoroughly
tested by the people and proven to be the,
hot made. See- them at Binge n Stove Co.'s
Store. Xew- Home on Sixth street near
nri t 1 1 usuPKi-iru
Hot SpiliiK. Ark. M:y tf-Th.r- have
le.ii in mi iOili.iita.il otlestl-ns broncht
h, lore tiie Southern Biiptist Convntioi I
In Its ' nd-of-lli. -e.ntury j.-Brhe--n n tin-
citv and Ineidenlall, the r ini n s hat
nm 1 tin om ... .Im o,v .nA .. 1. . a... h
luc of t'lis tnomlm.'a s sslon Thi- v. is
'c-iitiirv Dav" sit ai le for ,ilv -vines. tv
the stnve.ptmu, srd th- tfr. n hall rt-JS
piek',1 to the windows Hnd dr ,-s rhe
vi is in irt"v of women with a I kinds of
luliliti, rv ereHtioni, In the Bud'enc ve.j a jn
old elel. .,te from Kentucky ik.d f. rnier
Gov.rnor Xorthern. ihe prend ut, to re
uet tiie Koimn le iciwve thir hitK.
VWun tho moderalor made th re.pt. -t
three-fourth of Ihe tetnlnine p-et eeots ; ut
their hats in tin it laps.
The Kc trend IVk tor B. H. d rr .11 of
Texas made the initial address jrs the cen
tury inotement. lie spoke () r le t!eiIst
J a Crntur Aw." He reviev.-eil the work of
the rathcrs of the chiire li from 179". nlkn
there v.ere only 3v ltaptist churcr.es. is8.0i
me Hilars and TO) preach-1 In this coJ."ry.
The iteverend IVm tor U. K. Hat-r-r of
Virginia oiiciissed "Uaptlst Preacher of
Couturj." and the Iteverend IoctcT Henry
.V.-lvnaId of Kentucky had a hLs llvme,
'Conserv ln I'owerof Riptlt."
In the afternoon if.!c-ion there waa &
prettv Iniident that nppcalest to the reat
ii-emblHKe The Itevre-nd IVKtor V. 11.
Fe lit. ,i a hite-hoarded Ktiiiucklun. had Just
delivered ;i brliliunt address tellini; of u "A
e'enturv .f loreisn Misxlcn " It v,.t a,
splendid iiistory eit the work done bj Bap
tists in ftiredan lands during the dlnR te.n
tur. I III nese i;irl 1 1 I rent lie. d.
A iMlc-fac.ei Mue-e)esl ami frail-Iook-ItiS
ouhk vvonlan. wearing the rle li llk
und Iks unar lie ulgenr of a ehliies.- wom
an v..is Ud to tbe iront eif the platform by
the IU v ere ml Ihjclur H. J lllinliam. the
stalw trt se retar ut the Foreinn Missions
II ird He pr?sented her aa lll'-s CiaudK
While, and told that she had labored tight
aiw as a Itaptbt mNsionaiy i-i Canton,
China, and even revxusvd to leave, h'r po-t
when ill and weak, le-sl tile none mischt Ins
negl.st.si. The biff audience arose, and
hioke lmo sue reel scn.
Tlien the venerable! Dttcwr Hatcher
stopped to her side and said that back in
irgluia In a': old board church many ears
Rgo he was present when Samuel 11 White,
a siore lov from Miirland, vtss. baptized;
that boj v.a.s aftcruanis the fath.-r of tlie.
The Kcvcrend Doctor J. IV. Mlllird. the
ouiik pastor of llaltlmores larfie'st liipiist
Chut or., made u most eloquent pica for
ml-slonarv work at home. He said that
when we res.ill that this ctnturj had Lten
one e f trials for the South, the ,ualiiv and
quantit of -vork don. b the l!aptist.s of
th bemthiand will compare lavor..oiy velth
the religious Hohitvciiienls or an other
jssiple ol the viorlU.
"The moat e.rtltodox liaptlsts In the
world." he aald. arc lnlHttn the e1i,s.s
Isai.e ami thi Hlo Granele. and tiie Missouri
and the Atlantic ocean. The may not lie
so tiitedlfgeiit ,s oth. rs, but 1 would rather
have an ,i.i,i u ,r m Southern i'apti-ts
then fieim ti) people in the world Ihe
ceniur of siillerinir t.,r the South i- n' iriy
et'ces, a eentur) eif maRmtlceiit opporiuni
li. s i orxrn io toe S uih
Ih. South has made tremendous stride J
in the, llr-t thiee months of this jear Ai
re, dv II ..vi".(t have Iwen Inveaied In cot
t ii ta lories u the South Iron, steel and
eoal art pi i i-m (.reat part-, too, in in
wonlertul ,'eveaipiiiei I o: the purl if the
next ihit of .1 e-ntur I'h,- Mormons
It all an i have Saw nils.,1 narhv at work
it! tie So'ithland now The C itholi, t s, e
it. ai.d the I'auilsts fathers have just es-
lauiisii.si a 'iiju eiission in lennesee.
Ilcilite- nnel I'orclicii Vllssieins.
"We S'lllhelll B.l4illsts hive be.tl dizzt.d
bv the glitter of foroieii ml-loiis. it Is
goes! to save m opte In rireln lands, it is
gixnl to nave our neighb nc at home It
lnl.es $" to convert a Chinaman and onl
lo to o liver i a M irv l.iinl.r The fn.nti."
inisslotiarv Is .i li. n tittou vvho. brow 1
lav th, , n.wii of i uve "
The l, v.r. nd the So- .1 I: elambrel' of
T, xa- mad. . n .ft, live idir.sv on "Tlie
I'rliielple end Hist ,r of Itiiptixt Ci-etwra-live
Work" 11. dw.Il t length on tit.- In
ctepetid. nee of a Baptl-t, thee representative
of true demieracv
"I wouldn't ttelotig Io a e huroh t! it
couldn't nib. a fus " he dee 1 iresl 1 1 t ,
like a fii-s but I love ihe Mb, rtv i'..t
makes n fus jMstbl bu ean hr ak up
one- Baptist e'hurch with it tuxe :,isl uiiI.h
f, ur c hurehes out of the busted church, an 1
sometimes the new churches are ts-tte-r nun
th. old one
The most i nieriv man Is a elead -n -n
and the most order! pl.',e is a jtra.e
ar,l "I don't le... theie are mop" Baptist
fools than .lher fools. I.ul thev have a bit
ter chiinre io .show it A .Methodist fool
Is a fool with a string- to him. but a ltai
tlst fool Is a fool at large, nob. ,ly In me
woild can control him He may tcv rubil
down on tho lloor of the , hurch or coiv n
tlon but lie will keep right em H,. f..as
his Indeitendenoe Ihe dav will ne ve r , am-
whin fres dlsoiisslon will be icp'ess. d
among Baptists "
Another enat gMtherltig heard the I: -erend
Iioctor I- V. Mullini,. pre-slel nt of
th, Southern Baptist TheoleHrle.il Scirini v.
tHlk of "Tiie e'enturv ef :-i,(Kt IMu-i-i!.m
sod t'ie Kever'tid liot r I.i i i ur
Burrows or T, nnes,e, dl-oijss j ;,, , im
look for the Twentiet i c. ntu-v "
is tart of tlie c nturv liav crjebr ni n
the pulpits of all the Protestant c hiircne. m
thi- and n, Ixhlsiring rlti, s and towns were
erupted bv visiting Baptist min-:rs.
Thru sessons t. mororvv will miMi me
work of the Iset ssitrn Knptist Conven
tion cf tho Nineteenth Ceniur.
I'oiiuer St. I.nuis.in Chaffed Willi
Tethnie.il I'.iii.niix in .Mi-itto.
Citv of Mexico Ma IT -In connection
witli the famecis I lahn-Bairns divorce e a
mi older lias lies n ent out 1. the csiurl
In re for th, arresil of l"dar llnliti now at
his hacienda ill the Sta.tc of Vera Cruz, on
the clinrg- of Mcricmv. It I allrecl that he
was nmrrled in the Fnited Stab's befnie
contnictini, innrri.ii;, here with .Miss Bar
io. one of the It'll. of tne city.
Hahn is ef a St Louis family, and his
defeii.se is that he was ,Ulv divorced in the
Knit, el Stat-s before his second m trriage
His friends are- confident lie has amp.e de
fense The ease Inv e'.' i rs some when I v new
phases eif the Mexican marriage law, which
in th-- matters is xces-dingly utrlct. Able
coiuo-el is cnia, d on hoin sides. It is
av.rnd that HiMin cast is a strong; one.
aicoidtng to tlie American law. but it is
,1, sired to bring the matter to a test in the
Minister in jail.
The J!eeieiid IJowl.mtl
Charj.'ed With Ii;ai'iv.
Omaha. Xeh . Max' 13 A special Ircm
Blair to tlie Bee i)3 Odlcer Mcn.ke ir
riv,d here to-day with the Kevvr. nd Bow
land P Hill-, charged with blgaii, and
jilaccd his prisoner in jail.
The Knglish woman profo-slng to be 1 is
wlf arrivid at Blair two weeks gy. Jilr.
Hlll remained at Tacoma. Wash, vjth
friends. The preliminary trial will l hi id
Tuesday. Ilids ras It1 is willing to com
promise tlie trouble and p-iy the ixpinscs
of claimant No. 1 bacH to Lnjlaud.
,.ntir eh,Ifc sr.. the i- rl, uppe.rtunt- !rt'- i'' r(il"Z " !' c.sieot. suca or. iiks
ties In the South. In we? No. other po pit I ",l ",,'oh l11'1- J'fsMiit eitportunitfe- fcr pin -In
th. world will hav. tin opie.rtua.t tt"''1"' , ,lUrlt"-"' f" a "turn.-' if lor
wh.oh the H uthern BaptiM will have in ir., ,";'',.?K.'. . , , , ,
Private Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, Rupture,
Stricture, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Nerve-Sexual Debil
ity and all Allied and Sexual Diseases.
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C3SCI.IISZM i;s t.,,t l.ii'il.. itier.'hanls
Ilul It Froii ! n. m. 1 p.
F. L. SWEATY, M. O.,
IN NEW YORK STOCKS.
I'l.lCF.S. HOWKVKR. SFIl"Vi:i)
Wall Stiee-t Not Joyonx Over tli"
Iiici,e'.'tsoI 'o!i:me of Tiade
Uih in-: the Win!;.
X"ev- iork. Ma lT-Inereassd actiiity In
the stn k market last week brought no jov
to Wall trs t for the larger volume of
trading came acenmpanving t 'naterial re
duction in securitv -values. The downward
tend'nev of prices that h:-s been in evidea e
for several wes-k was continued, but tho
des line was more rapid and more general
than it had ls n heretofore Toward 'he
close of the week as the mirke t shlWd
less and les support and as pnoes cot
donn ev.n blow where they stood at 11. e
I eginnlng f the . ar sc ul itlve entlmcnt
Operators 1. longing to the class which
Wall a.icet calls "the public," who have
bc-n lonr of stocks through all the reenf
shrinkage, and who. seeing in the situatlaa
no reason for alarm, have h.ld their com
mitments even in the unstable Industrial
shires, gave w.i to apprehension and tum
blesl out ses-urlties in volume. Throughout
the wetk there was liquidation which, aug
mented by the vigorous selling by p-ofr-slnn.it
traders, brought about lower prices
throughout the list.
The rally that came on Wednesday and
hvded for a day or two temiiorarlly ohc'ted
tho growth of uneasiness, but it vvaa si
shortlived and was followed bv such ci
rcuit weaknesH that at the close of the
week litarMuuss was widespread and pre
mie liens of an extended period of dcd'clm?
prices were to ba heard In all quarters. la
fuct. with ihe opening of th market lo
intrrow there will be ctpres-cd m.ore bcar
lshues than haa bten heard in Well street
since the panic das of last lK'cenntr.
That the market is in a fair way to beeeme
Ilea. 11 uverMjld is evident.
1'lie shuuteis of Wait street are one and
all looking lor a succession of breaks which
will carr prices down considerably below
the present level une day of extrenii
weakness promises to lead to heav.v short
s. lliiu. of a kind that aiwavs appears, at H
time of gene nil apprdiensi n s-uoh a bre-ik
v.ould make ail but the shrev.de st sp.H11l.t-
l.ti i,ej;we-s. oe ai v- r.cuverv wnatever.
n Ur, 1,1,'sent Is. irish si no of mln.i iv ,n
sire-et i beginning to ask itstir what s trt
of lead, rsmp ma be looked for to tiring
ah ul an upward movement. Ihe maiorit
ef tlie realiv lug men f th. sir, et luve
e tl.er gone awn. srost of them to Lurope
or aie nb hi to do -., I'.ven tti more e-an-spicaou
.-, om traders are disapiartngone
Iv on. It has n, w hecome the fashion to
P int e-ii tint "there will le no emo here
to bill: stinks this suramer But nurkcts
hre hrst made iiv cotaiitl ns and i iter by
in. a Win n conditions are siidi as to give'
nasons for an upward movement, tnire
will Is- leaders , nouc,h to hi.' sttck-.
STRIKE CAUSED BY MULE.
jliim- Ohjieti'd to Aiiiiiial'.s Tianv
fer Walk (hit KiisihmI.
I.I IM III.1CSI ., vi.
Columbus . Ma 13 Tho inii'ers e,f
ai.tou Athens count ( an out -on a
strike for a :n si singular cause a mule
T'.is mule has a fri. ud nam,-,! William
Giles anil th, have- worked together man
months The own, r of the mine-, for somo
unexplained reason, e mclvcd the Idea tint
the mule s se rvtc ess would le more valuable
to linn ir he was tratisf, rred to another
num. .'lid the ordi r was given icoordingl.
' les imme-diatel took exceptions to the
order iraiisferrlng the mule without jiiy
nf.i.iice to iilms. If II,. .ntcraci an em
phatic but vain, protest witli the eompaii.
'Ih, ti he ipH..I,sl t. his fellow -miners and
H of them laid down their pie ks and shov
els and de'leiesl the would not dig an
other iieoiiii ef coil until the wrong had
ls.,11 li-.llte I
DREYFUS CAUSES WORRY.
Will A i mi
ni I'aiis Dm in-.
SPKelAL B i'BLi:
PariH. Monday. Ma 11 e'op rlg-'it, "''JO.
bv the Xe-vv York II, raid ComjMiiv ) Cap
t cin Alfre.1 Drejfiiss left G.n'va last ev
iiing ntiel will arrive in I'aris this morning.
. i omp ini. ,1 bv his wife-. It will le his
tirsr appiaraii.e here since he was sent to
the Government is miieh worried ! thi
jnuruev whieh wa cpntc unlooked for. an I
will take moaitires to have Href:is leave
Paris as soii as iissibh-. owin to the fe-ar
e f ,1, molestnitlolls
Ir flirt's visit comes .it a moment whin
Parie. is eonsiderabl excitesl over the mu
nklpal el,H'ttns. in which the Drtfus cas.
hgnrci..iniire or less
NORMAN V EAYERS DEAD.
I'or y;n Vimis Willi Tii iiiinnl
Norm in V lZ.itr, for m.ny jears su
pcrinumltnt of structure for the Torn. in. il
Kailroail A-ockUIoii. .cl at tho Mun.inih
Hos-pital tfnla after an llliuvs I iMins
nl -a fw iiav Mr. I'ajrs l"0.ime Ut
lat rri1a an-l li:ntlnul work, but hM
(nlith.n iM-ominc raiidl -ore h' .
rdiios'tl to the hospital Appendicitis was
thr ailm-nt from ulurb h wax sulftrlnj;,
anil at 7 o'clcvk oUT.Jav hu llil from t
trT'Ot-" il rtidwl at So. 1K.1 Virginia
II ii j doner Catiniliiin l'.t.iuo.
nttma Ont ir'o. A!,tv 13 -Th Octin
n.. 111 h irf uiw' t ci rMiiier-.tion thp f.ti.dtion
I cl K"t is" on nn-pap-r. n.l it ' undtr
t fuoi1 that it will I- reduced frua. n!Mlf
f 1 1 a porn t tL. one (Larter i a ont.
( onfixstion m y occur hi the mucous
m mbrano lining tho not-e,, throat, bron-
hi il tulcs luntr, stomach, bowels, tartnts
or polic organs. WhmevfT it occurs tt
r odutts the sarin condition chronic ca
tarrh. Tc-ru-na cures chronic catarrh.
vl lr t mane fs s
jll l i'l h'
- I" 1-. th n "X-
t iM tu 1 a v r I id-i rcr-t V 1
oni :iml . i,t 1ft r- i" r
s!l it li .in i. Tvr, i - I
i iv I S .lie-. h,tic ria "1
i ieh im ! l i li.tl , i -at.
v a-i 1 t- .
nt fr t, m
- at re v , r mvmii
hi n, l! rl . -
nnel lnsines t?cn
In !e." ell.
in : Minifi) , lit n. in. Io Zl t. in.
Ko. I Ihrth Drcaday, SI. Louis, Ho.
BELL TELEPHONE CO. OF MO.
t -.1 I 1 I' s i n-t bi
- - s r-tl-sf S ma:
t w . t matt r. one wt I
' n - -.u luiy r
r i i -e'i iim ,re f kwei
c isn p n rnu -1 )
r ie ii itaUn-e-i.
tn fr fl cTit. R
rtire !o pt tb- Ktnui ln ianipr a-i
th t -San I tfKtlmin i' u 1 b -mitll t ar f
lrt i f r n itnrj r.nr t to th- UI'VNj
ClIirUK A Li CO , j. iIn- fct . X Y-k.
Is tlie xinmber of an ordi
nance in revision of the Gen
eral Ordinances of the City
of St Louis.
Official copies, paper bound
and two inches thick, axe for
sale at Republic counting
room; $1.00 each.
And Return, nay 19, 20 and 21.
R A O F-W.. VAXDAIJ . ml TiV. POl R.
ritK; j.FKn mts&imv iv? nr. .
ara 1 J iM. Urn mi-ins" nm Mr hem a a
. le-i Iviiiii str-s?t Mnce Satiixrtr tr rmnff
Tt IlNKnriNS rJ-WSTTi Jir t rs nf th
tt IviH 1urnsrfrln ha ttt'JM to cn the
anm-.rar cntrtatrnn next Thurdiy in
v the s'r-t xr lmf ar In -perat vi th
?ailr Iart of tti- vn-k.
:asOIJVK rxnsalOX Tbe plono of
fraroJirte nne caufI cmsiirrabls extilicE
in th home of J V 1hI1 at --x 2R1 Ssout'
IfrmffHI awnue ".t-rlv ifternoun Th
I lr I-jurtr.-it tjh rlt pn in-,t! ami ei
tirrul'Ci! th fltm with fnll ieimar;e.
Fti;CT-;rTl-V 1 Tltlflv thm- TM e&
FuUms f th t Iv-oM lnvprlty will rrs
tn ntlit nt ill .oil's on irn-l armi an
Vfst Ilnr NuUnttM for a r-xeptlon : th m -lrs
,f t trails iim ivtn won t ti cimmptoi
?bip at 'olumhia tast trl'ii-. T athlet
it c 1IC" j-pt th board t C Inmlii, fit-.it
ths onI titinc that th Mlvwirl mn vpt
j1 1 t rin iicp tiie bfwiu Jump TI rr"i
rf vl. tnry o to r"iilwi4W' tbnt h ollr
Mudr t thlnlw that thcrn jHh-iiM bj aoam forma'
i.u.tittiiin f tttt eviit
-VAUI'I) OIT A ivltCH-Oi'OTC' Wahlnc
ti a r.tfero lMns nt S- 1114 h?-tmit Mrft
ar in hi sluriibfr aim it 3 oMmk -,Mentj
nvirntnp and w-.ilKfil fptiir- anl T (h1 frr"
IsmorJ "ttrv pnr h. Wrrii h Ian!''! in I V fl If
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turntiiic tt (Mitlt rath?T 5tiddenl.
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h ai n leu'.e f ahjnsr froTi Jsffr-n Vr
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lft Uc infliclinir ttio i-Huht fl-h wr.vl l
ran from tho hm makirc Uk -Mai at t -titn-.
tut li uj arrtt a fw liur aftr
ward by Iolrman K :rn at Third a"! i
tr-t- TIim-" wrn t-ral othf k.1 ltr
th- imt They n tn-nl to Utr larT. k t
ti U Titunjr 1" uI uj at U Byu (.Aaurt
rtndtiff furt't-T int. Ration
irLo:tAKi:r: itadia in itr i rh t
turn, a fwUit lltlnc at N'a 1231 North Trnt
stisit iiu titv'Ti to the City HkitraJ ytr
t'ar ni. urTfrlnjr Tlth a b.vdly onru-rl f
anI u lrokn rlh. Arordlni to Tatum h w
Ftai-iirK (n ii avnu t-etwcn Wrnth ai
lwlftn trrrt- with tni of h,l friend" Tw
of th I.ttr rft' Into a bcht Talum Himkh
that th -t thing h vwilil do. In thf tnter
.f law ari-l ordT. nw io act a- rw'aoT a-kcr
lit ction ku takfn fr ooo of hoetllitj. an!
th two jur-fi-rd on him. IIo was Unotked ln'o a
stu of ufn-ibiHt.
DonT: Wait too Loss:.' "",
Don'L neglect your heart! If It
throi)3 or palpitates, skips bents or
causes pain in the leftside, shoulder
or arm. it is weak and needs atten
tion. Don't wait until you fall down
at your workl Dont delay until your
doctor says your tine on earth is
short than you must, be left alone
that you may die of heart failure at
any moment. Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure strengthens the heart muscle
and regulates their action; it stimu
lates the digestive onrana and makes
the blood rich and rca and pure.
"At times my heart would almost
stop beatin;:: at other times it would
palpitate and throb so that I could
hear it heat against, my breast.
Ti'hcn I consulted my physician he
said I should not venture :iway from
home aloue. 1 wa-i unable to per
form any lalior, but when 1 com
menced taking Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure I grew stronger ntonce. I con
tinued its use, together with Dr.
Jlilcs' Nerve and Liver Tills antl now
I can attend to my business and en
joy good health."
Abkaiiaji Jacksov, Tersailles, O.
i Dr. Milca" Heart Cure is sold at all
druggists on a positnc guarantee.
Write for free adicc and booklet to
.Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
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IN THE CITY.