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Wfrwws K 3i KENTUCKY v fct VOLUME 22 THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS A tifltnbtn flARION CRITTENDEN Lost Shirt f UVM NO 7 Â¬ COUNTY JULY 26 1900 YjHf9 w - is above the rest of creation bo- - tions Aftor recess Prof Evans ad causo ho can look back and SCO dressed n practical talk on tho sub Â¬ A fow days ago Rov R Y that ho has grown Thomas tho vonorablo ministor It was agreed in tho discussion ject of reading sotting forth now was busy in his garden lighting of geography that tho number of ideas on an art which has so long An Interesting Session of the of the Critweeds nud grass with tho onorgy Official Proceedings failures mado in teaching this been misunderstood A discussion of literature bv and vim that has clinrnctorizod his County Convention branch aro duo to tho lack of timo tenden Pedagogues Many tho toachors and instructor was long useful life in his warfaro wo hnve to dovoto to it Ono of tho foatures usoful hints woro given by Mrs tho last thing on the afternoon against sin G ijoss Missos Cora Gardnor and program aftor which the instituto Tuesday Thi county Sunday School Con Â¬ of his garden garb is a largo LoafTa Wilborn Dscnr Towory and adjourned until Friday morning vention was hold at Chupol Hill stoutly built blue chocked shirt Friday Morning July IM Tho nttondiinco wnB largo mado for sorviro and not for dross Tuesday morning after tho pre- J B Simpson How to assign a and gaxl intorcst wns manifested parade and Bro Thomas thinks a liminary exorcises tho instructor lesson as discussed by Miss Alico Friday morning program wns ns Presontly addressed tho institute along tho Browning was of such a nature follows Roll call music devotion Tho inogratnmo as iniblislicd in hoap of this garment tho Pkkss was observed and many tho timo came for niin to start for lino of practical Psychology on that wo think it advisablo for o ve al exorcises thon a talk by the in of the addressos wore strong and his cliurgo in tho country whore tho subject of environment and ra ienehor to adopt hor mothod as structor on the subject of mind showed tho speakers intorostcd iu ho preached Saturday afternoon its relation to tho mind Ho stat Â¬ siaieu iu nor iaiK mm iiuupi u iu growth Ho says tho successive and Sunday Ho donned his min ed that wo live in two worlds tho their spccinl needs their thoinos stops in mind growth aro absorpThe instructor said that in suc tion assimilation and reproduc Twenty odd schools woro ropro- - isterial clothes and loft trilling mind and tho environment and ho returned that tho latter is all of life sure to cesBful history work tliero should tion his appointments Buntod and mado reports home Monday morning and called ourselves that tho ditforouco be tonchor of heart instruction A resolution adopted urgos tlin After recess Miss Ray Woods lnxding of institiitoB in each Snn for his blue shirt tho placo was tweon mind and environment is should consist of deeds not of mado a vory interesting tnlk on dates and that the old should bo tho subjock of kindergarten work ikjf school district at loast onco a scached and tho members of tho summed up in one word God househod woro ncoldud for mis- - Naturo our environment is the connected with tho new If tho Sho says a kindorgnrton is just yon Nowhere only truo teacher nud truo teach Â¬ nUovo devices are followed rightly whnt tho naino signifies n childs VIW following oliicors woro cho placing that garniout high or low could tho groat shirt ing is a conscious olfort to assist wp shnll havo a livo class in overy garden tlio ensuing your Bou for bo fouua and iu dispair tho old tho growing mind by harmonizing detail President R M Franks The discussion on physiology ministor luund a poor substitute it with its envirdnmont Then if All business having been trans by J B Paris L E Waddoll W Secretary and Treasurer Maud and began to dirobo When ho this is true Mr Evans said it nctqd the teachers adjourned until F Mott Ed Mott W H Watson mil divested himself of his white shirt should bohoovo evory toachor to she afternoon session District Prosidonts No 1 Goo all go to show that our bodies aro Wednesday Afternoon M Travis No 2 Allio Adams lo and bolrold there was his good become a closer student of naturo priceless horitages given to us and Tho laws which govern environmW i Anthony Davidson No 4 old bluo saind by litting him clo i i No t Uino president appointed mo of which it is our duty to take tho C Trade No 5 to bo filled sor than iMtinl Tim lost shirt hod ment aro variation and support CE best of caro attended meeting unbaknowing and tho rosults of tho above aro follpwing poraons on the editorial Rccoss iutorvoucd thon Prof staff of tho institute papor W health wealth sociability knowl to the man who woro it McConathy principal of tho Lou Death of Mrs Victoria Bebout Hugh Watson Maggie Moore Do edge boauty and righteousness isville normal school addressed After a few minutes recess Miss dio Clement and Koto Browning the teachers along tho line of their Peoples Party Resolutions Wodnosd1 morning Juno 27 Topic bchool management is Lily Cook conducted a lesson for h bright boautiful and happy brido NVheroas Tho Pooplos party it dhnractor wo aro after was dis profession Below aro given a fow left tho homo of lior youth with stands for iho liberty of the Amer- Â¬ tho first yoars work which was cussed by Messrs Paris Glass of tho pungent remarks which hor life linked to tho fortunes of ican pooplo ueainst tho combined indeed helpful Excellent remarks McNeoly Mr Most stated that occurred in his address subject of lan It i in who had won hor heart Evory gonerotion should pro she money powtr of Wall street and wero made on the leachor should havo good charthe wont forth leaning upon his strong othor eastern satellites we can not guage work by J B Paris J A acter duce a superior childhood to tho Glass E E Thurman iirm an arm proud to boar such fail to seo ho wealth producing Place of devoloxmiont was dis- tho ono before it Tho children In his talk on language Mr Ev a burden and hohiud which was class is fast ioing reduced to slavecussed by Miss Fannie Gray Tho do not go to sohool to furnish a ans said that in tho language is living for tho toachor A teachor a hoart glad and proud that ry and if no checked will load to tho picturo of national life that mission of tho public is to right to succeed woll must bo a good God had woven so many bright revolution soon if not checked the mind if jt bo not right it is that which makes us all and threads in tiio work of life Iloro 1 Wo iiubrso tho nvtiou of tho is Topic By whom and what strong animal Tho prico of n that by which wo are judged Monday ovening Cincinnati c invention in nomina- Â¬ was happiness course of study Prof Evans mado good mind is onorgy and activity by Unr language Jnly2i from tho sniuo liouso ting a caudMato for pmsident and our associations isIfintluenceu oth this class of studies lutelloctual Activity is tho law of life wo hear tliero wont forth a funeral cortege vice president Afternoon Session ors spoak corroctly wo will speak emotional volitional and in tho casket so tenderly boruo 2 Wo indorso tho ncfcin of tho correctly memory work once a Prof Evans said If you are not Friday aftornoon aftor tho usu- Â¬ quiotly slopt all Cincinnati convention for placing week will help i by loving hands nn rloment in character building al preliminary exercises Misses us in our that was Aortal of tho brido of a tho young and gallnnt and fear- All businoss having boonlanguage in yur school you aro uotuing Kate Browning Anna Finley nnd month while with a brokon hoart less Jo A Parker oluiirinau of our to tho teachers adjourned attended Tim most lnsiguificont toachor can Messrs P M Word P M Wood until 1 th buoyant hopeful groom of a national committee n jii- flrrHninntiiiinr for charactor build- Â¬ all and E H Mott hod a vory IIU U UlUUfti j mouth ago followed drinking lively discussion of tho subject of indorso Uio call for n ing Afternoon Session Aileply of the cup of anguish State convention to bo hold on Prof recitations Topic Environments Thoy nil agreed that This was sorrow tho first day of August 1900 for On Tuesday aftornoon aftor roll Evans said naturo teaches more the kind of school we havo de Mrs Victoria Bobout noe Cam tho purposo of nominating a can- call music and the usual an infallibly than you audi can do it pend8 upon the kind of recitations wo have eron died at the homo of hor didate for governor and Iieutonant nouncements Mr C R Nowcom Recess mother Mrs H A Cameron in goyornor we favor a candidate tho first on thoovonings program Aftor recess had music by tho A few minutes wero given for recitation thon Prof McConathy this city Sunday evening Sho being nominated who represents proceeded to dofino tho toachor as choir Reading class conducted by again appeared before tho insti- Â¬ care from hor homo at Paducah populist prinoiplos wo aro oppos- ho is found in Crittonden county Titlo of tho lesson tuto to givo a lesson in nature stu- Â¬ a few days ago to spend a fow ed to fusion with any party wo He said that oftou tho man is a Prof Evans dy It is useloss to stato that tho woks in Marion sho was slightly demand tho ropoal of tho Goobol toachor bocause ho is unfit for Tho Village Blacksmith teachers appreciated his scholarly anything olso and that tho woman til ween she came but the indispo- election law Thursday Mousing 4 Wo appoint as oair delegates often bocomos a toaohor because talk- sition it was thought would soon The resolutions as set forth by be gono but not so sho grow worse to tho Stato couvontioci A H Car in that way sho can mako spend Instituto opened with scriptural and everything human skill could din J D Hodges W II Brown ing money Mr JNewcoms re reading and prayer by Rov Ran tho committoe on resolutions woro A witty deviso was done but to no avail Bon Rankin D Riloy Tom Ro marks sorvod to awaken tho teach dolph followed by music by choir adopted by tho instituto and surrounded by friends she borts J N Towory J J Hodgo ers and showed thorn whoro thoy which was heartily choored by tho papor had boon prepared by tho o We favor tho call for a dis aro imssod away instituto Wo again thank thoso editorial staff anjl all who heard M C Wright in his talk on tho young pooplo for tho good musio tho reading of it prodictod a bright Tho fnnornl took placo from tho trict meeting to bo hold at Padu future for tho editors residence Monday aftornoon and cah on 17th of August foi tho pur requisites of n good teacher enu furnished us during tho worn Tho following wero mado honoa great concourse of friends ntton- - poso of nominating a oandidato merates tnom as follows Enorev Our instructor again tnkes up dad tho sorvices conducted bv for cougross and appoint tho fol- sociability punctuality neatuess tho subjoct of emotional physiolo- rary meinbors of tho instituto Revs T J Randolph and W H lowing delegates to tho Paducah lovo tor oluldliood trained souses gy where ho left off yesterday Messrs Gass Curry McConathy Movors and gathsrod at tho tho convention viz W J Ptiris W and tact morning nnd says somo vory good Atwood R H Adams Mr and old cemetery whore tho intarmont H Brown Bill Watson Tom Ro In answer to the question shall things on tho subject among Mrs Parish Missos Helen and took placo to pay tho last sad borts W H Hoovor O T Hodgo wo placo teaching third T A Per- which ho says Tho most import- Susie Boyd Boforo adjournment Mr At- Â¬ Uibuto of respect to ono who was D N Riloy T C Crampboll W ry proved that teaching should ant laws aro first tho law of spont so universally admirod and loved N Travis como first bocauso the progress of taneity and socond tho naturol wood of Georgetown Ky a man of rare ability favored tho instiW II Brown Chn our nation depends upon how the law in this community Sho was tho Rocoss and music then inter tuto with his splondid interpreta daughtorof iho lato T J Camoron coming generations nro taught J N Towory Sooy i and until a month ago resided with Aftor a fow minutes recess Mr vened thou wo had the subject tion of tho Vagabond Prince Tho business having boon at Evans again dolivorod an address methods of teaching arithmotic her mothor Mrs HA Camoron Clark Burget Sho was happily on tho relation of tho human voice The teachers part discussed by touded to tho instituto adjoin ned lin tilts city Mr Marion Clark and Miss Jo to otfoctivo reading Tho fonor of R S Paris who says that in arith- sino die imarried to Mr Lowis L Bobout sio Burgot both popular young his remarks show that it is by our metic tho teacher has tho host uind thoy wont to Paducah to ro- It Saved His Leg Tho pooplo of this place woro united voice that wo aro judged that the chanco to mako a display of their iaido nlxmt a month ago Ibroken hoarted huBbanu has tho nt marriage at Mizabothtown ill power of tho voico is as doop as drawing out procoss Tho pupils P A Dmiforth of LuGrunjM On A sulfurix for six months with n frightful itondorost sympathy of his many Monday After tho corooiony thoy human history that tho voico de- part discussed by R S Paris went to Harrisburg 111 to spend lineates tho character therefore lively discussion ensued at this running soro on hia leg but writes thnt iriends in this city and county Arnica Snlvo wholly cured it a fow days with friends aftor it is tho teachers duty while train Â¬ time Why aro rosults unsatisfac- Buclclons For Ulcers Wounds Piles iu live days thoy will return to Marion which ing character to train tho voico tory discussed by Miss Rosa Ko its tho best snlvo in tho world Cure A Soldiers Death Tho brido is n daughtor of Mr nlso How Only STwh Sold by I By drills mainly vil who mado a splondid talk then gaurnntccd O J Burgot and sho is ono of our on tho tloor II Ormo druggist After recess Bryants Death of wo had our instructor Huyos Johnson n young man most boautitul girls Tho groom tho Flowors was taken as tho andsays that mathematics aro put who sorved in tho Spanish-America- n is tho well known young paintor subject for literary discussion and in tlio common sohool currioulom war died at his home noar and has many frionds horo The under guidanco of the instructor to develop tho reasoning of tho Ho returned Irma last wook Press oxtonus congratulations many new conceptions wore form pupils that n boy comes into I from the war with brokon health ed of tho production which has school nnd claims to know n grent and has doolined slowly ovor since Fourth Quarterly Meeting deal about nrithmetio when really long boon familiar to all He mot death like n philosopher The fourth quartorly mooting of Tho next on tlio program was ho cant multiply add subtract or bofort tho end gavo directions and Palatable divide concerning tho dotails of his fun- tho Marion olmrgo M lb church adjournment Ho roquostod a military will bo held at Greens Ohapol on eral Thursday Afternoon Wednesday Morning Hotter than Calomol or burial and two of his comrades in the first Saturday ana bunday in Qutninn Tho Old Kolia Tho liouso was callod to ordor at Tho first in tho afternoons proHardosty boys aasis August Proaohing Saturday nt tho wor tho bio nftor roll call and music was by froinds carriod out his wishes 11 oclock by tho presiding older 830 oolook Wodnosdny morning gram graduation dis school Excellent General Tonic Tho Stars and stripes onfoldad his Quartorly conforonco on Snturday Musio by tho choir nnddovotionnl commonfrom a tooohor standpoint placed in tho cotHn at 3 p m Sorvicos nlso Saturday oxoroises lod by Jnr twnns pro cussed body when as woll as a euro euro for by R M Allon and from n pupils program nndkthoso who passod tho little night and Sunday morning at 10 faced tho days standpoint by Hick Walker who The instructor said that a toa cemetery near Irma last wook oolocK All officials of tho charge d to teaoh woll should said that common sohool graduasaw tho flag floating ovor the are earnestly roquostod to bo pre- ohor in ordor woll nud fool woll tion is understood but that it is bo nble to look G M Burnett Pastor sent uood grave of the patriotic IT NEVEK PAILS A toaohor who goes into his sohool useless unloss it sorvos to spur us fooling siok doos twico ns much on to bottor things Just what you need nt Tho sohool exhibition was dis harm as good mind is n growth this season to and must do supported and it onn cussed bb to its purpose as MILD LAXATIVE not subsist upon this pouring in where and what to oxnibit as io NERVOUS SEDATIVE and drawing out procoss The linw to exhibit and as to its valuo SPLENDID TONIC mind waa made to know tho truth by R M Allen Misses Dodie Olo- and the nearer we arrive at truth ment liizzie uardner anu v a Guaranteed by your Druggist the nearer we are toward perfec Â¬ Snow und after so hiany views bl Dont tako any substitute lin Hiihinnt from so manv stand 4M0UHIOrtetMC tion of growth The simple laws of growth are placing things iu points no doubt remained in the 50c and 1 Bottlei d whefaom Makea the food mor delfckHW I their uropei environment sua minus oi ine leaouer as io uio no- WW- - UtMMMHMOMMtMHO flM WAn guilty nf hm iwM talntd and ooflwioH TEACHERS INSTITUTE Â¬ riiuuu Tell Potted Ham Surdities Baked Beans Salmon Canned Ham Coffee from 12 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 5c 4 Â¬ Â¬ i e J bn ioc 5C 6 10c 6 to joc j 10c 6 per pound 10 bars good soap for 25c 0 bars best soap for 2oc Â¬ 55 1 1 MASONS FRUIT Quts 7o Half Gallon 8o Pints 6o cts per doz JARS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vo Tin Quart Cans 50 cts Water Buckets 15c Good Wash boards from 15c to 35cts We handle nothing but good and first class goods g Everything you buy Jj from us is guaranteed to 6 bo first class 9 We sell everything in the grocery line as cheap or cheaper than any liouso in town Look at our tin stoneware glassware ware woodenwtire and get prices before you buy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo aro horo to soil you anything in our lino at a liar gain Dont fail to seo us Wo still handlo all tho remedies Hog Cholera Med icine Horse nnd Cattle Pnj dors Poultry Food and Louso Killor 5 S Bring us your Produeo Eggs Buttor and Chiokons 5 Â¬ HEARIN b West SON I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Fair Circuit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Great Hopkins County Fair MADISONVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ July 31 August I 234 Â¬ Â¬ Princeton Fair August 8 9 10 11 I Hughes Tonic Greenville Fair August IS 16 17 18 Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ I Kemps Mammoth Wild Â¬ Â¬ i Chills Fever 1 West Show And Roman Hippodrome Froo to all at oabh Fair each and ovory day Half rates on railroads Evorything as promised No tiresome wuiiu oomeiuing Kepi going all tlio timo Â¬ Royal MUNC vtij rotVDER r i 0 0 GlVENSf QSNBRAL MaNAOKR MwlUonvilk Ky dfts THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUllLISUED WEEKLY MARION KENTUCKY A WEIS RE M All the News of tlio Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tlio industrial Field Tcrsonal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC the cars at a railway crossing near Prescott Ind Nearly the entire business portion of Trafalgar Ind was swept away by fire The Second Fourth and Fifth regi ments Illinois national guard have of- Â¬ fered themselves for service in China Three young ladies were killed by Â¬ In a fire in Chicago caused by lightning property valued at 200000 was destroyed nnd nine persons were in jured Fifteen or mort persons were drowned ns the result of a cloudburst Â¬ Â¬ Coleman Tex Secretary of War Hoot says that there arc over 10000 American troops either on the ground in China en rout there or under orders to go at The grand total of organized militiamen in the United States at last report was 106339 Those unorganized but nnjlable for military duty aggre gated 10343U2 Because of the situation in China Text of an Imperial Edict Issued nil exports to that country of Amer at Pekln July 17 Received ican cotton goods have practically ceased by Minister Wu W W Rockhill director of the bu reau of American republics has been chosen by the president n special com missioner to proceed to China and as-Â¬ COMMUNICATED TO STATE DEPARTMENT certain the true conditions and has been empowered to represent the United States in that country If Min- Investigation of Claims of Forclsn er Except Tlutfce ArlsliiK From ister Conger is dead the AttncI on Tlcn Thin Ordered President McKlniey has returned to With n VIeir to Tholr lltlinatu Canton O from Washington Settlement br Chlnn At a cabinet meeting Gen Wood was instructed to expedite the erection of Washington July 23 To state de the republic of Cuba Lightning struck a church at Chat partment makes public the following field O during a funeral and one per text of m edict delivered by Minister Wu to Secretary Hay This is the edict son was killed and 25 seriously hurt Charles B Cross the referred to by United States Consul boy who murdered Mrs Sarah C King Fowler at Che Foo In his message re- Â¬ CO years of age his benefactress near ceived here Sunday Stamford was hanged at Wethersfleld An Imperinl edict issued on the Conn first day of the sixth moon July 17 Gen Joseph Wheeler commander Transmitted by tlio viceroy Liu Kun of the Department of the Lakes has Yih on the 20th of July und received asked the war department to assign by Minister Wu on the 21st day of him to duty in China July at seven oclock The Imperinl Edlrt The president has appointed Gen The prtent conflict between China and George Maginnls postmaster of Intho foreign powen had Its origin In tins dianapolis Ind long standing antagonism between the people The subseAdmiral Dewey announces that he quent mm Christian missions precipitated nil of the Tuku forts Is out of politics the meeting of force with force The lm Fifteen horses were burned to death neilul jovrrnment huvlnc due regard t the Importance of International interin the stables of the Garden City box course still refused to go so far as to Interrupt the existing relations We have factory In Chicago repeatedly issued decrees providGen Chaffee commander of the already the protection of the foreign legaing for American forces in China has been tions and also command the provincial authorities to protect missionaries Inas made a major general much as there Is still no cessation In the Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ II m OTHERWISE UNNOTICED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ there mis 211 At New Castle Cal fire destroyed the fruit nnd leading business houses the total loss being 150000 Yerkcs of Danville Gov Roosevelt opened the republic an national campaign in nn address before the National Republican league convention at St Paul Eugene Debs denies that he will with China draw ns the presidential candidate of The nntional wall paper trust has the social democrats been dissolved by a majority of the The democrats nominated Jospeh T stockholders Day for congress In the Eighth Indi It was decided at a cabinet meeting ana district and Roman I Jarvis in the in Washington that the present situa- Â¬ Fourth Michigan district tion in China does not require nn ex Â¬ Isaac Miller Hamilton of Illinois tra scsdon of congress was elected president of the League of The organization of 234 national Republican Clubs by occlamation banks with a capital of 12045000 has Idaho republicans nominated D W been authorized since March 14 1000 Standred of Bannock for governor Wilson W Dunlap of New York a and John T Morrison of Canyon foi rich traveling preacher was arrested congress for driving on the boulevards in Chi- Â¬ John II Gear United States senator cago with his Gospel wagon from Iowa was buried in Aspen Grove Governor General Wood of Cuba ar Â¬ cemetery at Burlington his home city rived in Washington He said munici Â¬ Michael Murphy died in Greencastie pal self government in the island will Ind aged 104 yeara be a great success North Dakota democrats have nomi Â¬ A mob wrecked a Chinese laundry at nated M A Wippolmann of Richland Vlrden 111 for governor John B Phelps a prominent lumber Â¬ Kentucky democrats have nomiman died in Davenport la of apo- Â¬ nated J YV Beckham the present in- Â¬ plexy attributed to worry over the cumbent for governor fate of relatives in Peking Sydney Edgerton aged 82 years died Eliza Wise in court at Anoka Minn in Akron O He was the first justice charged James Hardy andElmer Miller of the supreme court of Idaho and the with the murder of her parents and ad Â¬ first governor of Montana mitted her own and her sisters knowl Florida republicans have nominated edge of the plot J N Combs of Franklin county for Heat caused TO deaths and 50 pros- governor trations in New York city The democrats of the Eleventh IlliCharles nolmes captain of the nois district have nominated E A Hol- Â¬ yacht Idler which capsized In Lake ly for congress Erie and caused the death of six per rOHLMGX 6ons was arrested in Cleveland on the charge of manslaughter War is in progress in China although Twenty two steamships have been not officially declared The measure of chartered by the American and Ger- Â¬ responsibility of the imperial govern- Â¬ man governments to carry troops ment for the massacres has not been Btores and war material to China established but the international allies Policemen Shcehan and Mosher were appear fully determined to deal out discharged from the Chicago force for suitable punishment President Mc highway robbery Kinley has returned to Washington to Commander Booth Tucker says the consider the serious situation nnd may Salvation Army will send a force to decide to call an extra session of conChina along with troops that revolu- Â¬ gress tionists may become Christians American athlete won seven out of Gen Wood said in Washington that ten events in contests for worlds ama everything was quiet in Cuba nnd the teur championships nt Paris island was now self supporting Col Ilscum of the Ninth United Wntercure ran a mile and an eighth States infantry and Capt Davis of the nt Brighton Beach in 151 1 5 a worlds United States marines were killed with record many of their men In n battle at Tien Â¬ Three brothers Andrew John and tsin in which the allied forces were re Â¬ Charles Nottingham living near Glen pulsed by Chinese woodi W Va were drowned while Gen MacArthur has sent 1200 addi Â¬ bathing tional troops from Manila to reenforce Justice McLaughlin of the Nei the Americaii- - now in OIiIim York eupreme court ruled that labor When the wnr in South Africa is union men have a right to strike and over 10000 Boers chiefly naturalized employers may refuse legally to hire citizens of the Transvaal will emigrate union men to the United States George Fisher who shot nnd killed A rich strike of gold was made on the Sheriff Garrett of Southwest City headwaters of the Stewart river In Mo was riddled with bullets while British Columbia resisting arrest The Colombian government has cap During a cloudburst at Long Run tured oil the war essels of the revo- Â¬ O Mrs John Lingo and her son and lutionists Mary Berhock were killed In n fierce battle the allied forces at Louis Bianchl shot nnu killed his Tientsin routed the Chinese and cap- Â¬ cousin Joseph Passino nt Paterson tured the city China hasdeclared war N J and then killed himself A on Russia having invaded Siberian ter- Â¬ quarrel was the cause ritory and bombardedthe Russian town Three of Chicagos oldest und largest of Blngovechensk on Amur river banking institutions the Corn Ex- Â¬ England and Frnnce warn China that change nntional the American Nation Â¬ the life of a high official will be taken al and Northwestern National are to for every life sacrificed in the massacre be consolidated at Peking Exports of the United States for the Minister Wu received a dispatch in fiscal year just ended amounted to 1 Washington from Chinese envoys say Â¬ 899470214 the largest record in the ing foreigners in Peking were wtll on history of our country and an increase July 9 but the statement is not be- Â¬ over the previous year of 107455012 lieved The exchanges at the leading clear- Â¬ A buoy marked by the ill fated An ing boyses in the United States during dree expedition was found near the the week ended on the 13th aggregated coast of Iceland 11525014550 against 1509912705 th Russia has handed the Chinese en- Â¬ previous week The decrease compared voy at St Petersburg his passports with tlio corresponding week of 1899 and requested him to leave the coun- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heavy rains in the Iowa and Nebraska corn belt put the crop beyond reach of unngtr William A Paulsen former president of the Central trust and savings bank was found guilty in Chicago of em bezzlement anil sentenced to the peni tentiary Voter created a worlds record for a mile nt Brighton Ileach by running pver a circular course in 133 Fire destroyed the woolen mill and nearly all of the town of Salem W Va Gov Mount has offered Indiana troops to the government for service in rnilSOXAL AND POLITICAL populists ol The North Dakota have put n full state ticket in the field headed by C G Mamiddle-of-the-ro- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The National League of Republican Clubs met in St Paul The socialist labor party in Indiana nominated a full state ticket headed by Philip 11 More of Indianapolis for govÂ¬ jor for governor ernor Kentucky republicans have nominated for governor Hon John W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tures departments and districts under their respective Jurisdiction and to afford thorn aue protection In aacordanco with tnniv stipulations without failure Last month we heard with profound astonish Â¬ ment nnd regret of the killing of the chancellor of the Japanese legation Mr Aktru ana the same fate befell the Qer rrui minister shortly afterward The vio- Â¬ lent removal of the German minister whose rcBldcnco at the capital was nee beefary to tho transaction of businessveryÂ¬ tween the two countries affected us deeply II Is tho duty of the authorities concerned to cause stringent orders for the speedy arrest and punishment of th murderers to be carried out Since the commencement of the attack In Tien Tsln thcro are foreign subjects aril missionaries who have on account of local disturbances suffered death or loss of property through no fault of their own Vt-- hereby command tho governor ot Pekln and tho viceroy of Chlh Ll to cause Investigations to be made by their respective subordinates of all such claims except these arising directly from the said attack with a view to their ultimate set- Â¬ tlement Moreover local outlaws and re Â¬ bellious subjects have of late given them Â¬ selves up to burning killing and plunder- Â¬ ing to the great disquiet of our loyal subjects This Is an utter defiance of ltw Wo hereby command the said governors general governors nnd comman- Â¬ ders of our forces to Investigate the sit Â¬ uation nna to take such measures for tho puniihment of the offenders and res- Â¬ toration ot order as the necessities o the cate demand We hereby command this our general edict to bo made known for the Information of all it may con- Â¬ cern llespect this A significant statement in the alxAc edict is noted in that passage which directs an investigation of all claims except those arising directly from the iiid nttack attack on Tien Tsln with a view to their ultimate settlement This nppears to make plain not only that the Chinese government will set Â¬ tle claims for actual losses but that it has now formally decreed an exception of these claims arising directly from the uttrek on Tien Tsin It seems to indicntc that the Chinese government lolds that the attack on Tien Tsin was Â¬ employment of force foreign merchants ami subjects residing In China who form a numerous distinction we hereby com mnnd all tho Tartar generals governorsfruperal and governors of provinces to the foreign merchants and mis Â¬ sionaries living in the open ports prefecÂ¬ unwarranted THEY M3VER LOST A JIAy try i The transport Thomas wlrh seven officers nnd 309 recruits for the Seven Â¬ teenth Infantry arrived at Manila force of Chinese at Tien Tsin was made this morning by a detachment ot American troops assisted by some English fusiliers The object was to capture a battery of large caliber can- Â¬ non which had been doing great dam Â¬ age The Anglo American troops charged a large fort across nn open space and were exposed to a hot but poorly-directe- d fire from the enemy They daubed into the fort and after engagÂ¬ ing the Chinese in a sharp d fight put them to flight and re- Â¬ mained masters of the fort Eight large modern guns were cap- Â¬ tured together with carts and nil the accessories The battery was im Â¬ mediately turned upon the fleeing ene wy who under tho well directed fire suffered heavy losses The lctory was won in an incred- Â¬ ibly short time agninat an overwhelm- Â¬ ingly Superior force and despite tho charge under fire nnd the fight In the fort neither tho Americans nor the sion nt Chicago British lust u single man Chiengo July 23 Two girls are The Chinese army is now retreating dead rnd two men were badly burned toward Pckin as the result of n gasoline explosion at 331 North Franklin street Sunday Our Postal Business v Washington July 23 During the etening The Dend Inst fiscal year there were issued by Margaret Poch aged 11 the post office department Ordinary Anna Poch aged 17 postugo stamps Number395S143660 The Injured value S7628730 stamp books 2203 Gustnve Keppler scorched on facf 040 710M8 special delivery stamps 0940050 C94O05 postage due stamps and hands in trying to rescue Anna 2009410 531265 ordinary stamped Poch John Moore face and hands burned envelopes 231153000 4405045 spe Â¬ cial request envelopes 437479250 5 Amnesty Offer Celebration 093224 newspaper wrappers 38922 Manila July 23 Senor Paterno for- Â¬ 750 450090 postal cards 587715250 merly a member of Agulnaldos cab- Â¬ 5955055 inet announces that beginning Sun- Â¬ day the 29th there will be a grand Father and don Drowned San Francisco July 23 Ernest llefcta lasting two dnys in celebration Gueldner and his son of the amnesty extended to the Fili Â¬ were drowned by the capsizing of their pinos Ten thousand dollars has been bout off Lime Point just inside the subscribed for the purpose Golden Gate Trflopii Arrived From Culm Prominent Dunkarr Milliliter Dend New York July 23 The United Perij ind July 23 Rev Daniel Stutef army transport Crook haing Shlveley aged 00 n Dunkard minister on board a detachment of the Eighth ot national reputation is dead here United States Infantry from Havana from neuralgia of the heart arrived hero this looming hand-to-hnneight-year-old Gullant Dnsli by n Co in I incd Force of Americans mid I2nKllh Kcw York July 23 A dispatch to the Journal nnd Advertiser from Che Too July 20 says A brilliant dush against a large The groat demand for zinc has caused n general ndvance in price Tim watermelon crop of southeast A Miracle That the Steamship Cam- Missouri is reported short this year Nicaragua declines ia participate in pania Wasnt Destroyed with tno lJnn Ainerican exposition at Buf- Â¬ All on Board falo N Y A slxt eon Inning baseball game be Â¬ tween Chicngo and Cleveland Sunday EMBLETON LOADED WITH EXPLOSIVES resulted in a tie A general tlc up of tho window glass trades throughout the country is threatened for September 1 IlHd the Point of Impact Ileen n Lit Â¬ An odd freak of lightning is report- Â¬ tle Further Forward or Aft n ed from New Jersey An infants skin Terrific KxiIonlon Unit Have Oc Â¬ wns turned black for a few minutes curred nnd the Oltf ptenmer 11 Tammany Hall according to tlio loir 11 to Pieces New York Herald will have a com piign fund this fall of nbout 2500000 New York July 23 The Heralds The stone cutters strike nt Chicago London correspondent describing the has been settled both sides agreeing to arbitrate differences in the future Compania Emblcton collision says Dr J Warren a passenger from Minister Wu says he docs not believe LI Hung Chang will go to Pekln or Tew York said that he looked out of that he could get there If he wished to his stateroom port hole when he heard The democratic national committee will commence active preliminary work the crash In a moment he saw the in earnest this week at its headquar Â¬ wrecked ship sliding past tho Cam- Â¬ ters in Chicago pania and he rushed on deck All was Returning Cape Nome prospectors confusion on the deck The Campanias repoit that the steamer Nelson was driven aEhore New Gold discoveries passengers had rushed out of their staterooms without dressing have been made Relative to Col Liscums death at Women were in hysterics he said Tien Tsin Gen Miles says that Ameri Â¬ I saw two sailors of the wrecked bark can officers arc not needlessly reckless clinging to nn overturned lifeboat on the field of battle They were two of those saved Five Many of the soldiers of the third brigade Illinois national gunrd were others I am told were found together overcome by heat Sunday during pa Â¬ clinging to a spar When we struck rade nnd guard mount the bark the wooden topmast began The encampment of the nationnl to fall The lookout In the crows nest guard of Missouri at Camp Bell broke tip Sunday nnd the troops re- Â¬ thought the whole nest was going He turned to their stations jumped for his life into the sea He James Gaines a negro who lived nt was picked up by a lifeboat The apÂ¬ St Louis died Sunday afternoon while sitting on the side of his bed prentice boy from the bark told me that his captain upon rushing on deck drinking beer from a bucket King Altxander of Servia is to wed cried Mivcry man for himself Mme Drnga Maschin a widow who The Norwegian jumped from the bow wns formely a lady in waiting to of the bark He was undoubtedly Queen Nathalie the kings mother William J Bryan at Lincoln nnd crushed in the collision William McKlniey nt Canton spent This boy said it was a miracle the Sunday by nttending church nnd re Â¬ Ctnirania had not been blown to ceiving friends as Sunday visitors pieces The boy said John Eden a coal miner was shot We were carrying a lot of dyna- Â¬ and killed by his brother-in-laEd ward Martin a barber at Niantic a mite and gunpowder to New Zealand mining town west of Decatur 111 Our cargo of explosives was distribut- Â¬ The trades unions of Dallas Tex de Â¬ ed fore and aft She was struck amid Â¬ cided against ordering a general strike ships Had the collision occurred in sympathy with the strike of the employes of the consolidated electric rall cither foie or aft the Campania would w ays surelv have been destroyed The imperial Russian cruiser Vurlag left Cramps ship yurd Sunday morn Â¬ CORONER INVESTIGATING ing en route for tlio New England coast where her oflicial speed trial will Tito AVell Dreitacil Men Younii be made Fonnd Murdered IIcnIiIc the Itull- William W McDowell died nt Mt Car rond at Snvnnnnh Mo mel 111 very suddenly He was one of the best known dcmocjvits In south Â¬ St Joeph Mo July 23 Two un Â¬ ern Illinois and was sheriff of Wabash known young men were found beside county three terms and county judge the Chicago Great Westirn railway four years 12 miles tracks nt Savnnnnh Mo The first patient treated with the north of here dend with bullet holes yellow fever serum at Vera Cruz MpxI in the back of their heads Beth were co by tho young Brazilian experi- Â¬ well dressed The theory is that they menter Dr Bclliimtghi is fully con Â¬ were murdered on a train and thrown valescent Other patients treated are off A coroners jury is investigating progressing favorably FATAL GAMBLING DISPUTE HANCOCK MAY GO TO TAKU William Hilton of Corbln Ky Fa Â¬ Th niir Ti itnnport Mny Go Direct tally Shot by Ilrent Watt to the Chinese INirt Inttenil of Over a GnmblliiB DlNnntc by Wny of Nnsninkl CorbinKy July 23 Lat Sunday Washington July 23 The war de Â¬ oening Brent Wyatt a miner of partment Is considering the advisabil Â¬ Noitli Jcllico shot and killed Wm ity of bending ths Hancock which Hilton of this place The pi rlhs were sails from San Francisco July 28 with gambling nnd a dispute arose oer the four batteries of artillery and 500 ma game Wyatt mad his escape to tho rines direct to Taku instead of Na Â¬ mountains Hilton tiled 12 hiurs later gasaki These troons were to havn Wyatt is highly connected in this sec- Â¬ gone on the Meude which sails August tion 1 out it nas ieen decided owing to the irgent necessity of getting reinforce BIG FIRE AT ST PAUL MINN ments to China to have the Hancock make n special trip She will carry Destruction of the St Punl Cold stores and provisions only for the Warehouse Coa I time Slornffe troops in China The Meade on the AVarehonsc by Fire jsi proximo win take out one bat Â¬ talion of the Fifteenth infantry one St Paul Minn July 23 The St squadron of the Third cavalry nnd one Paul Cold Storage ard Wart house Coa company of engineers from West large warehouse was destroyed by Arc Point ir nil 1171 men and CO officers The total loss is estimated at 750000 The Garonne carrying two squad Â¬ with un insurance of 550000 The rons of the First caalry and 100 re warehouse was filled witli butter fruit cruitc 35 officers nnd 950 men will tobacco eggs tea whisky and other soil from Seattle the same day for Na Â¬ commodities gasaki The place of the Hancock A Million In Gold DtiKt which wur originally scheduled to sail August 1G will be taken by the War Â¬ Victoria B C July 23 The stenrn ren if she arrives at San Francisco In er Amur arrived Sunday bringing the tbjie She will take out two squad Â¬ lurgost number of rich Klondikers and rons of the Ninth ciwalry and recruits more gold than has previously arrived in all 42 officers and 1242 men from the nortli this seasin There is at leist a million in gold dust on board THE VICTIMS OF GASOLINE The steamer and 90 passengers one third of whom made fortunes in the Tito Girl Dend nnd Tiro Men D11UI7 far north Durned by a Ganollne Explo Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II D German Force nt Tien Berlin Ilednccd from Taku dated Friday July 20 Fays tha German force nt Tien Tsln has been reÂ¬ July 23 A dlrpatch Tlu duced to 300 men K tional tournament A Onc Tlme Pnalllat Dead Youngstown 0 July 23 William Goodall at ono time the champion heavyweight pugilist of England died here Sunday afternoon after a brief illness aged 04 years Power Ilonce Ilurned Chattanooga Tcnn July 23 Flre destroyed the power house of the Chnt tnnooga Itapld Transit Co opening between this city and Chicknmaugu park Loss 05000 fully insured Destructive Storm nt Ironton O fronton O July 23 A terrific wind ruin and hall storm swept over hero Sunday night demolished a large plan Â¬ ing mill unroofed several large plan uprooted trees Several houses wer struck by lightning Klectrlcnl and Wind Storm La Crosse Wis July 23 A severe electrical and wind storm swept over here The German Methodist church was struck by lightning nnd damaged 910000 Much damage was done U the crops by the winds The New Jpnei Mlnlitcr San Francisco July 23 Among the pussengers on the steamship America Maru which has arrived here from Yokohama via Honolulu was K Taka German Chemt Goitcreaa Munich July 23 The ctngrcss of watt the German Chess association formally opened yesterday There aro soenteen contestants In the interna Â¬ r 1 1 hira Japanese minister plenipoten Â¬ tiary to the United States Will llcn Threc rrourtlm Crop Phoenix Ariz July 23 Beports re- Â¬ sulting from nn imc stigation of the damage by thorcccnt drought j tatethat the orange crop has not been damaged so eeriously as at first reported und there will be three fourths of a crop Shot by a Ilold Up Man Chicago July 23 John A Barsantl a fuloonkccper in Vrn Buren street was shot and fatally wounded by a hold up man at his plnce of bufcincM Barsanti had refused 4o hand over his money on the demand of the robber THupnteli From AdinlrnI Itemey Washington July 23 Tho bureau of navigation received the following cablegram from Admiral Itemey Taku July 22 Going to Tien Tsin to day to look Into matters leaving senor otticer here Newark gone to Nagnsaki for docking Liverpool Grain Import Lherpool July 23 The lmrTts of wheat into Iherpool during the past week were 33500 qiinrtcrr from At- Â¬ lantic ports 10000 from Pacific ports and 12000 from other ports The im ports of corn from Atlantic ports last week were Gl6no quarters Â¬ No lprllng- In Sae Churn Paris July 23 According to a tele-Â¬ gram reccied here from the French consul nt Tehong Ning dated Wednes Â¬ day July 18 there has been no up Â¬ risings nt Sc Chuen In the country northeast of that province however tome lnisi Ions have been destroyed - 4 Senator Ilunn Gnlne Ii B ernn O 23 Cleveland July Senator Hanua nccompanled by his family will lenve here for Elbcitn N J Wednesday afternoon for recreation until September 1 He will however make dally trips to the nationnl Lead quarters in New York All llccorda llenteu New York July 2 Mrs Jane Lind Â¬ say who began n 1500 mile bicycle ride last Monday over the Merriek road Long Island finished her task at 225 thls irorning after hnvlng beaten nil long distance records for women She made the 1500 miles in 164 hours nnd 40 minutes j THE MARKET REPORT I MONDAY July Grain and Provisions Bt Louis - 3 Marine for China Service Washington July 23 Five hundred Live Stock Murketa United Stntes marines started Sunday Bt Louis Cattle Fancy exports S5S09 China They were placed on 575 butchers direct for 450520 stockera 275f a special train bound for San Francis- 30 cows and heifers J250ai50 Hogs co where they will cross the Pacific on an army transport This is the largest body of marines that has yet been dis- spring lambs J50OQ3 35 Chicago Cattle Good to prime steers patched to the east poor to medium Jt60a6l0f JJo5 Â¬ Â¬ M Patents J37503S3 Flour other crades J3O0tl370 Wheat No 2 red 2 mixed 405 110 Corn No Oats No 2 HQ HAc Hay Timothy 11109 K60Q900 choice clover euWl urarie WOOtf 1160 Creamery 160 Cutter 19c ilalry 13015c Fresh 9ic Ecks Lard filme steam b62V4c Pork New mess 11273 Bacon Clear rib 7ic Wool Tub washed lSQ2Sc Mlrsouri and 20 Vic otUrr Illinois medium combine grades 15020c Chicago Closing quotations WheAt Sep 75Tic July Sitnsif AuzuBt July 3S Â¬ tember ilii76J4c Corn S5icj August 3W39iC September 39V WJc Ohts July 22ic August 23QZ3Vic September 24c Fork July 111 SO Sep- Â¬ tember lll924 Lard July J6S0 Septem- Â¬ ber iiKA October 65 November jeK2H December J6S0 Short ribs July September J897V4 J October JOWi Januury JC05 75i76- Secrecy Explained Washington July 23 Considerable secrecy Is observed by the administration concerning the departure of troops from Manila for China One of the reo the necessity ins assigned for this 1b leaders in ig of keeping the Filipino norance regarding tho government intentions Â¬ Â¬ Klectrocuted at Sins Slnur New York July 23 Joseph Mullen wns electrocuted In the state prison at Sing Sing at 005 a Hu murdered his wife in this city on Juue 4898 To Adi1rcathe Jeivlih Chantnnqaa New York July 23 CovRobsevclt to4 left OysterABayf6rAtlraniovCity mukean address beforo the Jewish Chautauqua assembly 111 stackers end feeders 3400475 cows J300 4 00 heifers J100S13 canners feoatf 2rS calves J450662i Texas steen J43Vj 51 Texas grasRers J340O430 Hogs Mixed end butcher J510S45 good to holcu heavy J5 20ig545 rough heavy J500 Sheep Qood to 6510 light J515ff545 choice wethera JI10ff4B0 fair to choice mixed J300S400 western sheep J310C440 Texas sheep J3O0fH0O native lambs J400 Ji5b6wetern lambs J500Q565 Kansas City Cuttle Native steei if J42S 50 Trxas steers J300Qfi30 Texas cows Ei ra3f5 Iatlvo cow and heifers JI75 475 tochers and feeders 22000460 Hog -I- fouvy J5JVriB30 mixed J3n5 2i4 light J3OS820Yyorki us tfWl620 Plieer Lambs J423O025 muttons nCO450 1 1 Nv- - Vork July 23 Money oncalifiiom Irully MiSHi per centjprlmo mercantile paper siM per cent sterling1 exchange nrra with actual business In bankers tor demand andKat Pi1 4J3JH1JS4VJs7Si7 daysjf posted rateS1T4tt3 4S5 and 4S8tf4V4- ISli jl her certificates 61H82J4 bar lf ver6ivt Mexican dollars 13 Govern nien bondsi string Flnanela1 iJWfWjtiJ- - 4Jlhtit li fJHtm- - Juai t1 jiiiMfejgrMjg--- - r DISTANCE STATISTICS A HIDEOUS BIRD MEANING OF IMPERIALISM SCANDAL UPON SCANDAL PHILOSOPHY OF AN OLD SALT - TRADE OF TIENTSIN flip Mcc Yiiiini Mon nnd the troutjr The Queer Appenrnnce itntl Action of tin Adjutant of India Olil Chup UliiKtc In n 3Iuthc- mid Afrlen mnttcal Jlntter Did you think said a nice young imm who was trying to sell typewriting machines relates the New how far a typewriters York Sun Angers travel oneof those pretty you know whose Angers are like fairy touches No Well here are the Agures Say she writes 40 words a minute which is slow enough her An Â¬ gers cover half an inch for each key she strikes and averaging Ave letters to the word this will give 200 half inches to the minute or 0000 to the hour Now say she works six hours a day uninter Â¬ ruptedly which is more than she ever does her Angers go through 3000 feet type--write- er rs J The plainest of the large wading birds to be seen in many of our zoological gardens is the adjutant a native of India and Africa remarked a naturalist to n Washington Star writer Nature seems to have de signed him in an experimental mood and disgusted with her handiwork to have turned him out unfinished The young adjutant with his bald head and beak like a plcknx is repulsively ugly nnd the melancholy gravity of his demeanor suggests that lie has seen himself mirrored in some still pond and the revelation is weigh ing upon his mind As ho grows old- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ALEXANDER M D0CKERY Intlrcl- - nt Vnrlancc with thr True Another Instance of HepuMtnii He Tell n liirt- of Ilo Out Hunting It la One of thr Moat Iniportnnt Col Principles of Freedom nnd Ilottcnness In Pnlillc Why Some IJIrds Commit nierollll tltlea of tile tlilnrnr Oilier Knlrnrnn Con at Suicide It is well known that the prrsent While hunting for birds nests re Â¬ The bund or water front ghes one If definitions in the dictionaries will not aid much the platform adopted at head of the treasury bureau o sta- Â¬ cently in clumps of virgin forest that some adequate ideu of the commercial Kansas City ma It is understood tistics is preparing the campaign fringe the lake shore at Edgewater a importance of Tientsin The decks that Mr Bryan had something to say text book of the republican party party of high school pupils discovered of Liverpool or New York although about the construction of the plat Such a scandalous desregard of the a dead woodpecker hanging head many times greater in extent are not form We may presume therefore proper duties and dignity of that bu- downward from the limbless side of a more crowded and busy Here tb that Mr Bryan means about what the reau has never before been shown tall tree relates the Chicago Chron- lighters anchored in the river just platform means by the word imperial There have been charges made of par Â¬ icle Its legs did not seem to attach to across the way from the great ware-Â¬ ism The second paragraph of the tisan use in the past but these anything but on closer scrutiny a houses are loaded with cargo to bs charges have never been proved to particularly fine spun though very sent out or which has just been re- Â¬ platform reads We declare again that all governments such an extent as to affect the cor- Â¬ strong cobweb wns found entangling ceived from the ships at Taku There Instituted among men derlvo their Just rectness of the returns issued by the the tiny birds claws are mountains of bales done lip in powers from tho consent of the governed bureau There have been issued un Â¬ The youtlis had not concluded their matting nnd bound securely with iron that any government not based on tho der official sunetlon interpretations speculations as to the how and the for their protection in the long jour Â¬ consent of tho governed is a tyranny and that to Imposo upon any people a gov- of commercial nnd industrial returns whyness of the birds sad end when ney to the uttermost quarters of the ernment of force is to substitute the favoring a particular policy or meas Â¬ n sea bronzed sailor of the type of globe there are boxes nnd casks of methods of Imperialism for thoso of a ure Chnrles and when Foster Coleridges ancient mariner arose as Chinese make marked London or republic was secretary of the treasury the out of the lake and ap- - Ilnmburg and in the midst of all this seems to convey a head of the bureau permitted a vio- from a mist This declaration pretty clear idea of what the frnmers lently protectionist interview to be of the platform mean by imperial- Â¬ circulated as a treasury document M0FAKHAMED D0WXEH PERSIAN MINISTER ism and we may safely assume that although it was well known at the what they mean Mr Bryan means time that the matter had been pre- Â¬ The idea is more fully conveyed per- pared by another hand Such exhi haps by the words quoted than it bitions of improper political activity would be by a formal definition by the bureau have been rare howEssentially imperialism is arbitrary ever and have never failed to bring power exercised over a people without down criticism on those who were retheir consent It is the power that the sponsible British government asserts in many Secretary Gage must bear the full places though in general it exercises responsibility of causing the present the power with such moderation that scandal He removed a man of expetho people over whom it is asserted are rience to make room for a political practically self governing At bottom hack whose only qualification was his it is a flat denial of the right of self service during the campaign in run government ning a literary bureau for the re- Â¬ It is entirely immaterial whether the publicans From the beginning this power to govern without tltc consent partisan has used the bureau for par- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rj w -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iRuM fSBHKL si H souris most dstlngulshed sons He vyis born In Daviess county Mo February 11 1845 He has been a physician banker mayor of Gallatin chairman of the state concresslonal committee and congressman In the last capacity his ex perience of 16 years made him familiar with all branches of legislation but he Is chiefly noted as an economist Tho feature of his work In congress that Â¬ IT The shah of Persia has recently nppolnted this gentleman to represent him He is a native Persian having been born at Tabriz In 1S37 He began his public career In the military service but in 13 accepted a position In the foreign otllco at Teheran Later he was made secretary of legation at St Petersburg where ho remained for ten years Next ho was diplomatic agent at Cairo and then consul general On his return home In 19S he was given the place as secretary to the premier and from this honorable position he comes to tho United States Ho will arrive in Washington In September This centleman who Is the democratic nominee for governor Is one of Mis Â¬ has been most talked about was his reformation of the system of governmental accounts Ho has always been a strong opponent of trusts Air i JteESw at Washington 1 V 1 er however ana begins to take a lively interest in dead rats the ef-Â¬ fects of the shock to his vanity passes away Ho becomes jaunty nay friv- Â¬ olous nnd in sheer lightness of heart attends dancing parties on the isnt it Huh grumbled a grouty old chap mud slopes of his inclosurc where he thats nothing Did you ever notice ducks and bows nnd kicks and scrapes the pink and white penchblow jaw of with half distended wings to the ad J No Well miruuun ox nis leumereu companions Heavens best gift toman observe if you please the distance it All the crones and storks are great travels in a month Allowing three dancers and in the early pairing sea- Â¬ I WSm M III i fflfl m MtMM quarters of an inch for each word spok- Â¬ son you may see really graceful en and 150 words to the minute which tcrpsichorean performances in tho I make thus small in order to be fair paddock of any zoo where they are on to the ladies for a man will talk 200 exhibition An elderly adjutant prac- Â¬ words a minute on the Aoor of the ticing his steps all by himself is a house of representatives her jaw will spectacle the sympathetic observer pass through 112 inches per minute can hardly regard without mingled that is 6720 inches or500 feet per hour laughter and tears He is so awk- Â¬ THE DOLLAR BEFORE THE MAN Allowing now eight hours for sleep ward so ungaiuly yet so cheerfully are 18 hours when she talks earnest about it you are sorry for the there which gives 110S0 feet about two miles deluded bird and yet cannot refrain of the governed is asserted by a person tisan purposes and he is now occu- Â¬ per day and she talks every day in the from hoping that the heart of the hen called nn emperor or by a person called pied in preparing the campaign hand Â¬ a president or by a parliament or by a book Such a function is as remote congress from those proper to the collection SCENE IN CHINESE MISSIONARY CHURCH Tho material thing is the assump of commercial statistics as they would- be from the conduct of a tion of supremacy of sovereignty by some person or number of persons church and the knowledge that this over other persons whose consent is hack is engaged in the task is suff- Â¬ icient to bringintodiscredit his activity not given and who are not consulted It is the utter negation of the Amer Â¬ in statistics of trade as issued by the ican doctrine that sovereignty resides treasury Since Mr Austin has been in the people and not in others assum in office he has not added a single fea- Â¬ ing by divine right or the right of mere ture to the tables as formerly issued might an authority above that of the save that of throwing discredit on the whole by his evident intention to people This i9 the imperialism which has make hlmseif useful to his party been set up in Washington over dis The worst feature of it is that the tant peoples It is an imperialismy tables are discredited abroad as well which the American people cannot per Â¬ as nt home and it is not strange that mit to be exercised in their namo over so little regard is paid by statisticians other peoples of the earth without of Europe to the work now done un Â¬ incurring great risk that it will soon der our government N Post be exercised over themselves Where llrjnn la Strong To quote once more from the plat Bryan shows his greatest personal form strength in tho fact that he is to-Â¬ Wo assert that no nation can long en day as ho has ever been utterly with- Â¬ duro half republic and half empire and out n political machine Other men we warn the American people that im- Â¬ perialism abroad will lead quickly and in American politics stand or fall for Inevitably to despotism at home reasons outside of their personality Substantially the same thing was jjuyiix iun xor instance is a geo- Â¬ said by Abraham Lincoln but it is not graphical location Mr McKinley is a the mere dictum of any man or body hind of syndicate Roosevelt stands of men It is an eternal truth rooted for an ideal of civic righteousness clear down at the bottom of human Mr Croker is an impudent appetitle nature Quay is a system of wireless teleg- Â¬ lie who accepts the principle of des raphy But Bryan is Bryan and Bry potism is a At subject of despotism nn is his prophet More power for Men may laugh at that but let them good or evil rests under Bryans black The opinion seems to be general that Christian missions In the Chinese em Â¬ remember that some things are re Â¬ slouch hat than under any other sin Â¬ pire have accomplished but little This Is disproved by the statements of mis- Â¬ garded with tolerance tft day which gle headpieco in America Bryan is sionary officials who claim that the work in China Is not only prospering but self supporting in many places The picture borrowed from tho Quiver shows the would have been rejected with indig Â¬ machinelcss not because ho abhors nation anil horror hardly more than the machine but because ho ignores interior of a handsome brick church In Tsung Fa 64 miles northeast of Canton This building is substantial and well furnished and most of tho labor necessary two years ago Chicago Chronicle it He would not know what to do to build It was done by converts In the same town the American Baptists have with captains and lieutenants If his a prosperous mission station Clear nnd Straightforward Upon all phases of nil the questions party should begin to turn from him Bryan could not call What ho month or 30 times two miles which is adjutant will be moved by the pa Â¬ involvedinthe issue of imperialism tho warder let the portcullis fall in a democratic platform is clear straight Â¬ IX miles that that pink and white vision thetic display of inaptitude forward admirable There is no eva Â¬ score of states and check tho stam Â¬ of peachblow loveliness swings through Plnlc Pearl In the Ilnhamn sion no juggling After reading Ihese pede If oratory would not stop the very month in the year and a little One of the most Important indus Â¬ vigorous yet moderate nnd sane utter- Â¬ panic the multitude would have to more when the month happens to have leave him as it came to him After 31 days in it Now my little jug of tries of the Bahama islands is the ances no one can have tho slightest gathering of pink pearls It is tho doubt either as to tho principles laid which ho would go on leqturlng until frankincense and myrrh what have only place in the world where these down or as to how tho democratic that gave out and running for the you got to say about the dainty fingew pearls nrc found They ore not taken party interprets thoso principles into senato till that gave out and for con Â¬ your Aying phantom of from the oyster shell but from a policies Tho evils are defined and gress till that gave out when ho New Idea In Illtile Making shell resembling a large snail shell tho remedies of justice liberty and would return to his law office and Something new in Bible making has called a conch pearls proposed continue as ho was in the beginning teen thought of by a Coventry Eng perfect bring veryThese prices when American fair dealing aro Upon tho an honest hard working ordinary high it is explicitly and fearlessly publisher who has had the temerity said ranging from 50 to 5000 other great issue monopoly tho plat Â¬ country lawyer with an extraor Â¬ to put the New Testament before tho dinary voice and a forceful direct form is again clenr straightforward Wisconsin Deep Well Old He explains himself as follows admirnblo Instead of incoherent ravÂ¬ plausible way of putting short The well on the grounds of the The Old Testament is meant as a words that often move ings and candlestick upon which tho New Tes Â¬ Good Shepherd in the town of Wnuwa sanity of indefinite promises thcro is juries but are not so thrilling In statement avoidance of con Â¬ we have tosa Wis has been bored to a depth tament should stand yet between corrupt and legiti Â¬ briefs Will Allen White in McClurga largely made it an extinguisher which of 2330 feet one of the deepest wells fusionuses of mate capital and a demnnd for Magazine Â¬ If the in the world The contractor has conputs out the light If the republican congress post Â¬ Scripture is the medium by cluded that he cannot obtain a flow Â¬ real reforms for publicity for the Christian which we draw nearer the supreme ing well nnd therefore stops The constitutional extension of law nnd pones the reduction of the war tax manifestation of God on earth should water rises within 80 feet of the above all for the ending of monopoly the people will not postpone the re-Â¬ Cincinnati Eri duction of the republican vote in It will it not be placed first in fact as well as surfacean engine have to bo pumned fostering tariffs qulrer Argus up by in theory jf space each day and for 20 working days of the month they travel a little less than 15 miles or let us say even 15 miles a month That is pretty fair traveling for those with dnlntyfingers Jzi- proaching the scene of the discovery gave a curious explanation of the puzzle the students were rehuhing in their minds What the bailor said was about as follows Alas and alack I am grieved to see that the tropical custom of the so called spider web suicides nmong small birds of the South sea islands is spreading to the feathery tribes of the northern latitudes That you my youthful friend3 may understand my meaning it is only necessary to say that the nborigines of many tropical countries have a pretty fnble telling how the male humming bird commits suicide by entangling its toes in an overhanging cobweb of the woods whenever the female for hns been which an attachment formed is mysteriously missing from its haunts or has died or been trapped spider-infeste- d merchandise throngs of half naked coolies swarm like insects insects fur- Â¬ nished with lusty nnd never silent voices There are tons of wool from Mongolia camels hnir skins char- Â¬ coal and soda from Siberia mats and grain One now nnd then has whins of musty perfume the breath of ori- Â¬ ental bazars spice and sandalwood It is one of the busiest spots in the world and can furnish n succinct ob Â¬ ject lesson to one nt all interested in the problem of our commercial rela Â¬ tions with the far enst PlKCon Pie for Snllora An old tnr on a sailing essel says that sailors on ships in the regular lane between Europe and New York arc al- Â¬ ways sure of pigeon pie the day after the carrier pigeon service leaves this port He added that pigeons flying at CAMPAIGNING ON A HAND CAR V f Â¬ Joseph Flory republican candidate for governor of Missouri has recently started a novel political campaign Ho will travel through tho state on a hand- Â¬ car propelled by himself He will not make speeches but will distribute cam- Â¬ paign cards by the thousand to the multitudes who are expected to gather at tho railway stations when the gubernatorial athlete Is slated to appear Tho car used by Mr Flory Is of the bicycle pattern and the work of propelling It Is said to be moro of a pleasure than toll It Is supposed that this unique canvass will catch thousands of railroad votes for the millinery shops of the highly sea soon get tired and settle en the first craft that comes their way The impression is gaining that pigeons are Exports of Scientific Instruments not so useful for long ocean flights as The exports of scientific instru- has been believed ments from tho United States to for A Historic Cable eign countries during the past nine According to the Telegrapher the months amounted to nearly 5000 000 being an increase of 54 per cent cable of the Western Union which runs over tho corresponding period of the under Lake Champlaln from Ticon previous year and larger per cent of dcroga to Larrabees Point has some Â¬ increase than for any other class of thing of a history It was made in exports This is a notable showing Europe and fifst connected opposite of the increasing appreciation which shores of the Bed sea Later it was our scientific apparatus is receiving brought to this country and connected Tybce Island nenr Beaufort S C with abroad Hilton Head At the end of the civil Where the Horse Hair Conies Irom war It was taken to New York elty and There is a vast amount of horse hair the companys storehouse annually used in the United States for remained in placed under Lake Cham Â¬ until it was making and repairing violin violin plaln cello and boos viol bows All of the hair comes from Germany and Russia Nine Points of the Law in which countries the tails of horses It would seem at times thn wrang are generally allowed to grow much ling between Inwyero la nine point longer than here of the laiv Puck civilized nations Â¬ Â¬ v 1 1l JL f fpgm i mwfmnwwfttt PWIBJW J Co this wcok Hlod in tho county clorks ollico thirfcon lonsos cov ering tho minornls on as many tracts of land in tho minoral bolt BAND FROM Tho Wostorn Kentucky Mining Â¬ ia ISSUED WEEKLY K v n uewey ot c r vu i The Great Blood PURIFIER je 3Kteal Jl flWtfv9rnVStHHnCu Kidney nnd Liver 0 WALKER Publisher 0H DOLLAR The ROCKIES Regulator ORBTTrAH Oneofthi Greatest Musical Organiza tlona Extant At no stago of tho game do those on trial charged with tho murder of Gov Goobol show any disposi- Â¬ tion to establish their own inno cence by ondoavoring to point out the nuthor of tho criino Tho pub lic grounds buildings and the hordo of armed mountaineors wore all in their chargo and if tho men charged with tho crime are inno cent thoy could best establish their innocence and exculpate thorn solves by assisting the commonwealth in probing tho mystery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Gov Ueck sequence of Iho situation He had been tested in the hottest crucible and tho test showed that ho was ovory inch a man Cool cautious and brave and well poised ho lins demonstra ted his capacity to stand upon tho bridge and give orders while the storm raged around tho ship He is young as counted by years but in judgment self poise and firm Mexico ness ho is the peer of any of the men who wore in tho contest for Marriage License the nomination Ho is a clean conscientious able young man Chandler and July IS worthy in ovory particular of the Eliza Goloy Charles hearty support of ovory Democraf July IS Lin K Birch and Nelin Kontucky lie Litchilold July IS Lucian A Jackson and There is a great demand for the Cora Jackson geological map of thiB county pub lishod in tho Punss a few yoars ago inis map lias boon a valua ble guide in developing the min Corner Tell erals of this section and in this feature nlono the Pnuss has been Happenings AmonR the Young J worth untold dollars to the counPeople Edited by Four of Y ty We pinned our faith to old jj Them Crittenden and Livingston twenty-one years ago and in season and out of season have never failed Miss Annie Dorr is on the sick list to add our mito of encouragement Miss Fannio Hill Is visituur ielaties to everything that promised main Tolu terial development and now that Miss Anna Finloy is visiting frsomU faith is giving way to realization you will kindly pardon us for re in the country marking just onco in twenty one Miss Carrio F Moore is visiting friends yoars We told you so nt Tolu and Sheridan hnm was tho logical Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho nomination Tho Famous Cowboy band is yot a novolty in this country Tho music loarned under tho inspiring poaks has thrilled countless thous ands and will ontranco many thousands moro oro it ecasos to oxist Tho host and only cowboy band in tho world is with Buck skin Bill and will bol hero Aug A to cheer tho hoarts of tho thous ands of visitors who will come In addition Buckskin Bill has a military band a female rough riders band and two other bands all equal to tho best to bo found anywhore Tho divine passion was planted in theso musicians by nature and many of them acquired their art around the campliro after uightful on tho great western plains Their costumes lender them oxtromely picturespue and they ombollish beyond description tho gioatnst parndo ever given llio public The Cowboys aro c i octed by Prof Harry Croiglor ot New Â¬ The CITY MILLS We arc ready to receive wheat on deposit We are ready to pay the highest market Â¬ Â¬ price for wheal You can not gel better grades of Flour than White Swan and Golden Crown Gunrantoed by our REGISTERED GUARANTEE to euro nil diseases arising from Impure Blood and Inactive Liver or Kidneys 200 Days Treatments Tho doUar back if you aro not cured nnd have found Wo tho undersigned havo tried Our NntivoHorb Tablots tho medicine to bu good and can cheerfully recommond it to all silllering from tho various diseases it is guaranteed to cure John Drako W L Funkhousor Charlie Bozoman Lit Throlkeld R A Towory W T Tinsloy Mrs J no Perry nines Loo D W STONE THE ALONZO BLISS CO AGENT SOLB PROPRIETORS TO LU KY Medicino Mniled Promptly on recoipt of 81 Crittenden Springs Hotel i ffrLiMlirr tilLTO I A Dewey Co iffisasrjs i Bj I it lL - iHk rkvrV UJ dot M Jrt -- JjAfl ifjP u tga fc 9 FF Pw g tI Â¬ nmm TOfflffE rcmn will do better work for a longer time with less exertion than any Thou other writlnjr machine sands of satisfied users pronounce t Perfectly Simple and Simply Perfect Let It lighten your business burden ILLUSTRATED First Class Acconimoclntions in Every Particular SULPHUR BATI IS Rates SS00 to 1 FINE BAND Special Rntos for tho Season Postofflcc MARION KY Tale The Smith the CATALOGUE FREE Premier is especially adapted 000 por wo a Is to Touch System of Typewriting J W WILSON Manager Smith Premier Typewriter Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i i ported Charles Perry of Irma made a short visit to Marion last week Convention Miss Ethel Adams of Cordon is tho The Democratic State Conven Â¬ guest of friends in this city tion was one of the most harmoni- Â¬ A crowd of little folks enjoyed n pie ous the party has hold for years nic to tho Crittenden Springs Friday Gov Beckham had tho nomination Miss Maud Paris spent several days won boforo tho Convention met last week with friends in the countrj and his opponents grocofully yiel Â¬ ded Tho election law section of Miss Dodds of Caldwell county was tho platform is as follows tho guest of friends in this city last Wo recommend tlint tho election law week nf 1HW which wns unacted to prevent E D Gray returned from Henderson tin ifktitiou of Republican frauds in Howill spend his vacation in Sunday fii lain districts of tho State and which wan a marked improvement upon tho Marion then Ivistintr law but which has not Tho Presbyterian Sunday School pic pinvcd MiMlciont for that purpose bu amended o as to secure this end so tho nic will takoplneo at Crittandon Springs ninthly that tho Imost hypercritical can Thursday find in iwcum for charging fraud or un 0 L Pickons has been employed nl fairness to our party in the conduct of Cliftons as salesman A moro jtopulnr any election Until sucli amendments can bo enact dork could not have been obtained Id by the General Assembly wo declare Quito a number of tho young people that the Republican party shall have attended tho Mid summer Hall at tho ujkjii both tho Stato and all county boards of election commissioners Crittondon Springs and all roort it a most enjoyable nlTnir Miss Clifford LoTellier who has been PICK AND SHOVEL visiting relatives in Marion leaves Thur Miss Letellier has sday for Paducah mndo many friends during her visit hero Ihoy are getting out spar nt who regret to seo her go Lola Our old friend Northern Woods is at Dirt was broken at Carrsvillo homo greeting his numerous friends last weok Bellovlllo Stieot residents oro onco more delighted and charmed by his piercing Zinc is putting in appearanco nt whistlo and melodious voice tho old Tabb EdOlivois making a vory successful A J Moot vein of No 1 spnr has traveling man Ho has been out two bjou found at tho Tabbs The weeks and will bo out constantly His territory ombraces tho entire state Ed sliatt is o foot deop has all tho requisites of a gooddrummer Options and loasos aro in de Â¬ From frequont association with many mand and now men nro dropping wonderful yarn spinnors that haunt tho in from all directions Congressional Hal Is our friend Hour Fifty cents por ton is tho ruling Crawford lately from Washington has price named as roynlty in leases developed into a most interesting story but somo deals aro being made at teller andean entertain you for hours with ontecdotes gathered from tho bounhigher figures tiful stores of Southern Planters West It is said that competition bo em Ranchmon nndJEastorn Millionaires hveon two companies has sent Last week Messrs John Uradshaw louses and options up n few notch Â¬ ond Will Brinloy authorized Robt Kob es in Livingston inson to chollenga P D Maxwell and Sovoral new outfits wont out Dean W Woods to n game of tennis from Salem Monday The woods Tho challenge was promptly nccipted and liolds aro as lull of prospect and tho dato set for Friday July LO Unfortunatoly whon it was too lato to oto as they aro of song birds chango tho date tho parties from Eddy Tho Cox prospect on tho LaRuo villa found it bo impossiblo for Ilium to vein is attracting attention just come So Robt Robinson and Scldon now Chunks ot pure load not Qlonn carno in thoir stoad Tho result much bolow tho grass aro re Â¬ was a victory for tho Marion boyH The Lexington A GREAT AUCTION SALE IsmM OF TOWN LOTS Friday and Saturday Aug 1 At MARION KY 10 11 Friday and Saturday August 10 and 11 1000 sell to tho highest bidder 22 largo beautiful town lots in tho most popular residence section of the town of Marion Tho town is growing this way its a healthful location it is a splemlid progressive neighborhood and is destined to be the most beautiful portion of our city These lots must go No by bidding This is your opportunity will on t j Three of these pretty lots have handsome modern cottages on them tncl they will bo in this sale In addition to the lots shown on the above plot I have other residences in town including my Handsome Home on Depot street and all these will bo offered for sae On account of my advanced years and the health of my family I am compelled to retiro from business and expect to locate in the vest At the same time I will also oiler lor aalo to tho highest bidder One Half Interest in the Marion Roller Mills One Half Interest in the Marion Planing Mills Â¬ gX 4 Marion is ono of tho most thriving towns in Western Kentucky and no place has had a more substantial growth during tho past ten years and certainly no town has a more promising future Tho population has moro than doubled tho now buildings both residences and business houses aro substantial modern structures tho business men aro progressive tho citizens ontcrgetic and enterprising and tho improvements constantly going on point to a city of 5000 or moro inhabitants Wo have tho best school in Western Kentucky and this is annually bringing peoplo to town tho mineral country around and near town is being developed and this is bringing in men and capital to swell tho volumo of business and to augmont tho forces of growth and development and everything points to a brighter future still for Marion Wo havo six churches and thq moral statuts of tho placo is not oxcollcd anywhere If you want a pleasant homo in a healthy section of the country among a hospitablo entorprising people whero you may have all tho advan Â¬ tages of fine schools live churches and a constantly increasing business and whero new railroads aro al Â¬ ready being projected and now mining industries aro springing up come to Marion It Will Pay Yoa to Attend this GREAT AUCTION SALE Tho property to bo sold will double in value within three years and no bettor investment could bo made For terms and other informatian call on or address even if you do not desire to build Ilodgo No 1 has boon complete- Â¬ Mrs Thos Saundors BlufTton Tox ly ro timborod and is now in fine was a centipede A doctor was tihapo At 105 feot there is a good sont stung by boforo ho arrived somo son for but vein of spnr with good prospect slblo friend wot n pioco of brown paper for loud and zinc paper with MorloyH Wondorful Eight STUNG BY A CENTIPEDE Tho docand applied it to tho wound Tho Fluor Spar Co have put tor said his services woro not needed for wagons on tho road from four of tho poison was neutralized or killed by did not the Wondorful Orders for fluor spar suffer from tho Eight Mrs S by agent its minos wound Sold been coming in briskly for In ovory town Free trial bottle nt J II have V i yonsoii Orroefl Â¬ mm k J wF L mm mmm i J R CLARK m mmmmmmtm MARION KY -- OJI - l 5 mpe It 0 WALKER foes LOCAL AND PERSONAL John Parr of Caldwoll wns in town Monday Sam Patinoro was at Now Hnr inony Ind last wook PubUultor Mr Son Havnes and wifo loft for their homo in Floridn last weok Rov Mr S J Humphroys wont to Mt Vernon Ind Tuesday whoro ho is at work Sturgis Monday to attend tho fun eral of his brothois wifo xJohn Boaz was ovor tho Ivy Western railroad Monday Ho will probaly mako nn invostmont in that section Mrs Etta Andorson and Miss Mario Roaoh of Evansvillo atten ded tho Midsummer bail at Crit toudon Springs Messrs Bingham Tovis and Popo of tho Wostorn Kentucky Mining Co camo in yostorday from Louisville Rov B F McMicon has boon called to tho pastorate at tho C P church at Providonco and has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John BoLout camo ovor from M fulVllil PRICKLY 4MMMIHMHMHMmHUMMHMMMHK ASH BITTERO LIVER AND BOWELS F AXD FORTIFIES THE SYSTEM TO RESIST PBEVATUHG DISEASES John Nunn of Mndisonvillo is through town Tuesday onrouto to Borry of Salom pnssed Corydon in town Miss Mnuil Ronoy epont Inst week Dr R L Mooro has boon ap at Crittoudon pointed administrator of tho es R M Bakor of Dixon wns in tate of tho lato E C Moore tlio city bnntlny Fifty rosidoncos could bo filled with fifty good familios by Sept klr 0 D Jenkins of DoKovon 1 if Mnrion hnd tho rosidoncos wns in town Friday Mrs E SCrumbaugli and Mrs Hnrry Mnrtin of Snlom wns on E S Menard of Louisville nro our stroots Fridny guosts of Mrs P II Woods Seo tlio now lino of rockors nt Mrs Maltha Young who hns moved from Dawson to that placo Wnlkors Boston been visiting her son Mr Isano Mibs Cnrrio Salo Mr Luthor Mr J A Oxford of Eliznhoth Young in Italians roturnoU Homo Salo and Mrs J E Woods of 111 wns in town Fridny town Sundny aro guosts of Augusta Ark Dr Morris tlio dentist will o Missos Chnrlino Wilson Luoy Mrs J W Wilson nt Crittendon at Salom July 30 to Aug 2 Hughes of Ciiderand Mrs Hen Â¬ Springs Mnrion Davidson is recovering ry Kico of Frodonin woro nt Crit At tho last term of Circuit Court tunden Inst week from a spoil of typhoid fovor an order was made directing the Unless a cog slips there will bo sale of tho Garland Carter jland Rev R H Adams returuod to one of the tinust corn crops in tho It will bo dividod into not ipsa than his homo tit Corydou Mondny Ohio rivor bottoms this fall Hint six farms It is one of tho finost bodies of land in tho county Mr J W Wnllaco nnd wifo of was over pulled from tho stalk Sturgis wore in town Mondny Wo enrry n complotn stock of Mrs Hoover wifo of Mr Win MisB Ethel Adams of Corydou Hoover died nt hor homo in tho wooden and metallic coffins cas is the guest of friends in Mnrion Shoridun neighborhood Sundny kots etc burial robosi and slippers A handsome lioarso always rondy V D Dixon of Dixon wns reg- night after sovoral days illness for funoial ocensions istered nt the Cook House Fridny Boston Wnlkor Mr Wm Mnrblo of Princoton Ho camo wns in town Monday Tlio school bonrd will hold a Rov Borry tho pnstor of tho msoting Snturdny to elect tonoh over to attend tho funeral of Mrs Christian church at Salem assist Victoria Bobout who wns a cousin ed by Rev W H Shoffor of Nnsh ors of his villo has been holding a sories of Prof Chas Evnns is holding tho Messrs J D and Duko Fnrris mootings at Snlom Tho mooting institute in Meade county this Thoro woro six of Snlem woro in town Tuesday closed Sunday week enmo up to got n design for a ndditions to tho church Jim S P Glenn nnd R J Robinson now residonco ho is going to build The favorito whiskey of famous of Eddyvillo woro in tho city Fri- at Salom men is HARPER Because of its dny Mrs Joo II Wnlkor nnd chil smooth exquisite flnvor bocnuso Row W F Pnris will proneh at dren who havo boon visiting of its matchlesB purity bocauBO of Ciscos Chnpol next Sunday nt 11 frionds horo joinod Mr Walkor nt its mellow ago No wonder its oclock St Louis Inst wook whore they the favorito Every drop sterling HARPER WHISKEY Sold by Mr nnd Mrs W F Clomont will rcsido J H Ormo Marion Ivy spout Sundny with relatives in Thore is a world of stock poas Row W H Movers pastor of Sturgis growing in this county this sens on Tho farmor is waking up to tho Christian church nt Sturgis Frnnk Orr of Princeton Iiul had good nudioucs to henr his loc is nttonded the ball nt Crittenden tho fact that this ho ouo of the most turosSunday Monday and Tiies profitable crops can grow Fridny day evenings His looturos aro Bonzs Whito Star Grocery has ontertainiug and instructive his Mr John A Fritts hns a brand now boy nt his houso Its Johns engaged tho sorvicos of Mr Joo illustrations of tlio highest ordor Randolph who will always greet and his dolivory strong and pleas- Â¬ lirst born you with a plensnnt smilo and ing Messrs M F Ppguo and John courteous treatment All persons indebted to the esGriiiiin attendod tho Detnocrntio Whon going homo from town tate of A D McFoo deceased by IStnto convention Saturdny Bert Snows horse broke note or account must sottlo by Sept Mr II C Mooro nnd wifo of through n bridge nnd in ondoov 1 or the business will bo placod Hopkiusville woro guests of friends oring to oxtricnto himself the ani in tho hands of an officer Wo do in Marion Inst week nirtl broke a fore log siro to sell tho Bob Flanary farm Miss Dorn Cloment is visiting Mr C E Hodge of Wobstor about 100 acres friends aim relatives m tho bhncly county was in town Monday lookJ E Dean E M McFoo Grove noighborliood for a homo Thoro aro quito ing Admrs mon talking of Mrs J R Robinson of Blnnd a numbor of moving to Marion now villo is tho guest of hor fnthor Tho ball at tho Crittoudon Dr J W Crawford Dr Dixon has definitely decid Springs Friday ovoning was lorgo will Young Doboo chnrgod with put Â¬ ed to remain in Marion and resi- ly attended and was a ploasant probaly build a handsome in ovoryjway ting spikos on tho railroad trnck donco Ho is toovnlunblon citizen affair in attondanco an1150 people woro tho music exocutod bond Inst wook for os good town as Marion to danoing and snppor woro all that tho gay throng could wish for It Hon Frnnk Posey a prominent givo up was morning whon tho morrimak lawyor and poutioinn of hvniiR Missos Sallio and Coquoso ors rotired villo was horo Monday Crittendon Springs Whitocotton two of Union coun- Â¬ is having a successful soason Mr Diok Dninron of Livingston tys fair dnughtors aro enjoying a thoro are sixty pooplo at the hotel county has purchased Bormuda pleasant visit with the family of this week and a still largor crowd Boy Josso Olives fino horse thoir aunt Mrs Fronio Gill of is oxpected tho latter part of tho this placo wook Rev Jas F Price wont to Dnw 8on Monday nnd will spond two Mr and Mrsr Gus Nosbit Mr Mr Thomas Barger of this coun- Â¬ weeks resting and reoupornting Rook nnd family of Evansvillo ty has secured a patent on a toFour yenr old Mounroli 2 por Morris R Colton and mother of bacco Biiccoror Its desicm is to gallon or 50o a quart hand mndo Louisville Mesdames Torry Carr remove tho succor from a tobacco aud Lester of Princeton aro at plant so completely that it novor Co sour ninsh at C E Doss Crittendon grows baok When a crop of suc- Â¬ W R Noblo Gonoral Mnnngor On account of tho rain tho fun cors havo boon once removed with N of tlio i lnsurnncG Co of simple maohine tho Louisville wnB in town Tuosdny oral sermon of Mrs Jool A C his little work of succoring is Piokons which was to havo boon growers the sonson Mr Barger Mrs F M Glonn hns boon quito preached at Hills Daln Sunday Bick sovoral days Hor frionds aro was postponed until tho first Sun Â¬ secured the right a short time ago and has not yet put his patent on somewhat nlnrmod nbout hor con- day in August tho market out ho has boon exdition Dr T Atchison Frazor spent hibiting its work and tells us tho Mrs Nannie Groves of Living- Â¬ Sunday with his fathor in Hop- farmers oro well pleasod with it ston county is visiting hor biotii- - kins county Ho wont ovor to see and fools confidant that ho will of this his uuelo who loft Kentucky forty J havo a largo solo for it next seaer Mr W L Clomont years ago auu nau not noon uoara son placo ot sinco until last wook when ho Mr Ed Gray tho tobacconist camo in from his homo in Nevada A fow mornings ago whilo rush Â¬ camo down from Hondorson Sun ing along ono of tho big halls of day and will bo horo for several Miss Clifford LoTollior of SherÂ¬ Crittendon Springs hotel with a wooks man Tox who has boon tho guest pitcher of water in each hand and Rov B- A Oundiff is holding of Mrs Maxwell for some wooks the wings of tho wind attached to a protracted mooting at bilomn leaves today for Paducali whore eaoh foot Mr W D Baird olork Thore has booh quito a numbor of sho will spond somo months with of tho hotel stumbled ovor a frionds Sho proved n popular trunk carrier and foil and in his conversions factor in sooial cirojos horo and scufllo to koop from knocking a Dr Morris tno dpntist will bo lenvos many friends holo in tlio floor Mr Bairds throat in Salom from July 80 to Aug 2 struck the sharp metal edge of tho PorsonB needing dental work will Mr Honry Ledbottor of Eliza Â¬ carrier and a vory ugly and dan do well to boo him beth town III was in Marion Sat- Â¬ gerous gash was the result Ho urdny Ho camo up to soo Mr blod profusely and when Dr J J Molton our brick mason about Clark dressed tho wound ho found Was It a Miracle The marvelous euro of Mrs Bona J building a now ongino houso for that it was a closo call lor tho gu Stout of Consumption has created inten tho flouring mill at Etown Led gular vein of tho viotim of the se oxcitomont in Cammack Ind writes bottor Bros will put in a now on- - aooidont Marion Stuart a loading druggist of ino and an olootrio light plant Munclo Ind Sho only weighed 00 pounds EAT WHAT YOU LIKE whon hor doctor in Yorktown said alio or thoir mill Â¬ 1 Dr M Ravdin tho occulist of Evansvillo Ind will bo in Marion from July 30th until August 4th Anybody wishing to consult tho Doctor will find him ns usunl in Dr J J Clnrks ofliico ovor Hnyn os 4MMHMHHHtIHHiMIMHMtHMMHMHi The Salem Mail Hack ROUND TRIP FROM MARION TO SALEM EVERY DAY Line drugstore Deeds Recorded 29 acres for 8200 M EJohnson to Wm S for 8000 Mrs Maggie Perkins to J C Grillln First class Passenger Wagon Round trip ioo Package and freight of all kinds given prompt attention Â¬ Lowory GO in- Phono SG terest in land for 2T0 S E Mnnus to J C Grillln T C GUESS President E 1 Jtsjo Olivo to 100 D B Dnrgur to D Daniel 2 acres for 850 J Dixon r J It CLA11K Vice President acres for It L MOOUE Second Vice President acres WM FOWLEK J IIAYw AKD 15 UUIIIlAItD Asst Cishlo Cnsblf r F O Ilenshiiw ti P M Dnnicl lot for 850 W T McConuiU to K C Mooro house nnd lot for 81100 J O Dixon to Jesso Olivo 72 acros for 82100 J hn A Moore to D W Ihookshire house nnd lot for G50 David Jones to J A Clark 15 acre s for 8350 Farmers Bank OF MARION KY ft AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK 3000000 A BANK OF DEPOSITsTlOANS and DISCOUNTS Does a General Banking Business Special Attention given Collections and Remittances It solicits your business Â¬ Strayed from my inilo enst of Uurrioniio church 8 liond of sheop 1 yonr old huck 4 owes 3 owe lainhs owe with boll on old shoop mnrked with smootho crop of onch ear nnd two splits in right oar Any infor mation nt tho Press oflico or nt my plnco will ho liberally rewarded John M Fritts NOTICE 1 farm g OUR OWN OSTEOPATH Â¬ Dr H F Ray CONSULTATION and EXAMINATK N FK K 10 Oflico Hours - S to 11 a m and 2 to 1 p m 9 Â¬ Administrators Sale Hns opened nn Infirmnry in our own town at the Long rcsi- donee If you or your friends nro afllicted in any way it might 9 pay yon to call and soo him ft Tho undersigned administrators of W J Lnline deceased will on Wednesday Aug I 1900 ollor nt public salo to tho highest and best bidder at his lato resi donco tho following property of said decedout 2 Horsos 2 Mules 1 Milk Cow A lot of Stock Hogs A lot of Fino Seed Wheat Corn Hay etc Fanning Implements llousohold Furniture etc Tonus made known on day of salo J L LaRue Chas LaRue Admrs What among human ills nro more an noying than piles The nlllictions that provont activo oxorciso aro bad enough hut ono that makes oven rest misernblo is worso Women aro among its great 03t martyrs TABLEHS HUCKEYE riLE OINTMENT will euro tho most obstiuato cases Prico 50 cts in Iwttlo Tubes 75c nt Ormos drugstore g llMxIIlIloroH-oMoIow-- o Â¬ Â¬ 1900 finds us at the same old stand doing business in the same square old way Ui Hi Selling Good W W Hi Â¬ id Hi Hi Goods For w The Cash 444 At the lowest prices m Â¬ always giving 100 cents worth for the dollar w Hi A Â¬ The Â¬ Â¬ Hi Hi the 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Cfllco over Ormes Drugstore Telephone No 27 Optician A C MOORE Attorney and V Ormos Counselor at Law V v of OPPICG Rooms 3 and Mnrion Bank 4 over J MARION KY MHIMIHHHHBMHM U TV Tirv w III CUE 111 BUSILY EN6AGED mains the dominant note of European comment No one seems able to recon- Â¬ cile the assurances of the Imperial FROM KANSAS CITY The State Department at Washing- Â¬ ton at Present the Center of Interest SECRETARY HAY IS Vureljrn Government Detllna to Ac cent tlie Alteffcil Conner Dlnpatch a Couclimlve anil Iteftioc to Daae Any Action on Those Prtmliei Wlthniit Corroboration Washington July 23 The state dc liurtment is the center of interest on the Chlnoee situation Secretary Hay was at his desk by 9 a in and for an hour wiii busily engaged with ft niittcr of such importance that he declined to be interrupted by anyone About 1015 the Chinese minister arrive and was with the secretary for ome time On the departure of the minister the secretary gave out the imperial edict of the Chinese government the substance of which had pre riausly been made public A Deluge of lMipntchra The state department has received a deluge of dispatches from all quar ters of the globe relating to the Con gor message These show the attitude of lorelgn governments Without ex ception the ofticial view taken by all foreign offices is that the dispatch is not genuine and does not afford a basis for action This incredulity is also shared by United States Consul Goodnow at Shanghai who has communicated to the state department his disbelief in the authenticity of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Menace Not Mrule Public The text of these sceral messages is not made public as they are inconclu- Â¬ sive and do not add anything in the way of definite news to the situation at 1ekin the entire tenor being one The olllcial of doubt and suspicion doubts are based on various theories One of them is that the deception was practiced by the tsung li yamen itself tftill another is that it emanated from a high Chinese ofticial a man holding n position like that of Shang or Prince Tumi the latter being at the head of the anti foreign element and at last accounts with the tsung li yamen In Spite of the Flood of Duult Notwithstanding this flood of doubt from foreign official quarters the state department has not varied its position us to the authenticity of the message Secretary Hays position being now as it always has been that there is every probability of the genuineness of the message although always a possi bility that a fraul may hao been per petrated Hut as ugoinst this remote posibility Mr Hay feels that there is absolutely no motlc for the perpe tration of such a monstrous deception The Washington gorcronunt is un shaken thereforein its position on the message while the rest of the world has made it known to this government Unit litis message it not accepted as coining from Conger on the ISth inst The Mediation Proposition Concerning the proposition of media tion made to the United States by China the state department was not prepared to make Iny stateinmt It was surmised that Mr Hay was en gaged in considering the governments answer which probably would be to Minister Wu later but no statement as to the course of proceed ure could bo obtained in any official quarter Commniilentlon With the President h communication will be required between Washington and the president it is hardly likelj that the nn iwit will be forthcoming at once Both the state department and Chirtbe officials took occasion early in the day to deny a report thut pious were on foot toward the delivery cf Minister Conner by ths Chinese authorities to Admiral llemey at Tien Tsin MnkliiR Another Kffnrt There is reason to believe tint the piprnment is again using every ef ftirt to secure coiimiuniriitiril with Minister Conger and thU time to get on answer from our minister which will be so conelushe as to remove nnj Rhndow of doubt In this connection It was reported that Minister Wu on Sunday sent nnother cipher cable dis patch to Minister Conger but there Is a strong disinclination in official quarters to discus the various steps being taken while they arc still in an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mesbage Inconclusive form A DISPATCH mOM GOODNOW the Effect of Cnntinit Doubt on the Conner Dlapnteh Wellington July 23 The state de Â¬ partment has made public the follow- It I it a The state department has received a dispatch from Mr Goodnow consul ut Shanghai saying that Trince Tuan wire that an officer of the tsung II rnmin iuw all the ministers on the ISth that none was Injured and thnt no atticli was at that time being made IIr does not say to whom the dispatch cf Jrlncu Tuan was addressed and it Is to c certain extent at variance with the dispatch of Minister Congerof that date describing the legation as being under fire at that time INrUKDULITY REMAINS The noiiilnnnt Noto of European Comment on the Co tiff er Dispatch London July 23 Though there arc Bomt indications that hardened pes simism is beginning to melt under the wrir shower of Chinese assurances so that It Jo now admitted that perhaps uot aJJthe foreign ministers at Iekin tuivo been killed still Incredulity re Â¬ edict with Minister Congers statement in his alleged message to Secretary Notes of the Democratic Convention Hay that he was In hourly expectation by Our Washington Cor-Â¬ of dt ath by massacre though both respondent documents purport to have been sent same date It is nil from Iekin on the confidently anticipated however that Contrast Between the Democratic the mystery will soon be solved as Notional Convention nnd the He nil the gocrnments following the lead publlcnn Performance A Messnfcre nf the United States secretary df sate of Hope Knthuslasm Over Antl Col Hay have taken steps to test the Imperialism and Dry an sincerity of Chinese officialdom by insisting upon free communication with Special Correspondence the ministers No sharper contrast could be im- Â¬ agined than that shown by the demoBOBS COMMUNICATION CUT cratic national convention at Kansas Gen De Wet Mnkes it Ilold nnd Suc Â¬ City when compared with the republi can performance at Philadelphia cessful lluy on Lord Roberts The latter was boss ridden from Coinmun lent Ions start to finish In the democratic con- Â¬ vention no man nor even any set of London July 23 The Boer general men dictated the proceedings De Wet has cut Lord Boberts line of In Philadelphia the reading of tho communications and captured 100 platform was received with apathy Highlanders and a supply train and indifference The story of tha federal comman At Kansas City the platform was reders bold raid comes in the form of a ceived with unbounded enthusiasm telegram from Gen Forestlcr Wnlkcr The plank naming imperialism as dated at Cape Town Sunday July 22 the paramount issue called forth a forwarding a dispatch from Gen flag demonstration uncqualcd in the Knox as follows history of national conventions Krcnnbtad July 22 Following Among the democrats there was no from Broad wood sent by dispatch platform The commit- Â¬ rider to Honingspruit wired thence tee on resolutions held a fourteen to Krconstndt hour session listening to all shades Have followed conurundo since of opinion on the vital Issues The July Hi Hard sharp fighting nt Pal platform itself was written only three mietfontcin July 19 Prevented from hours before It was presented to the pursuing laager by darkness Eight convention It satisfied everybody hundred Boers found Our casualties The republicans brought their five killed and 70 wounded Reach platform Vaalkrantz to day Enemy doubled its to Philadelphia and then the leaders way back through Paarde Krai in quarreled among themselves until darkness Shnll march to mcrrow to the platform has become a public Boeele Vaal stntion Send svrplics for scandal 3000 men and horses also iny news of Hope and Harmony the enemys movements I believe the The democratic platform is an ap commando cortists of 2000 iich nnd plication of the spirit of the Declara Â¬ four guns and is accompanied by Pres- tion of Independence and the letter ident Steyn nnd both the De Wets of the constitution to the new and Gen Knox continued momentous issues which have arisen The wire nnd main line of the rail In the past three years It is a mes way north of Iloningspruit have been sage of hope and encouragement to cut and also the telegraph to Pretoria every citizen who wants good governvia Potchcfstroom According to my ment and who knows that it never can information Do Wet has crMcd the be compassed under a eecond term of railway and is going north this administration Gen Kelly Kenny telegraphs from The temper and atmosphere of the Bloemfontcin under date cf Sunday democratic convention was very sigJuly 22 The railway linn been cut nificant There were gathered not north of Honingspiuit and a supply only delegates from widely separated train and 100 Highlanders captured by sections of the country but also men tin enemy A report wns received this united ns to the necessity for governmarring that a large force of the ene mental reform but differing widely my is moving on Uoningsrrrit All on many details of the campaign It was a convention where dissencommunication with Pretoria is cut ofl The second and third cavalry sion might easily have gained n foot- Â¬ hold unless repressed by some higher brigades are following the enemy and stronger sentiment There were A MOB SEEKING VENGEANCE no bosses to keep up an appearanco of surface harmony without regard The Tiite of Elijah ClnrL li Xt Kio to the real feeling as at the republi nt Iliiiitsvlllc Ala Cnn Not can convention Eve ything was open he Ionir Delnycd above board and spontaneous nt the democratic convention Hunlsville Ala July 23 Elijah The Anti Imperialism Plank Clark a negro charged with a crimThose who came to criticise admitinal assault upon Siwie Prifftt a ted that all minor differences were white girl was lodged in Jail shelved in the face of the serious is here The doors of the iil were broÂ¬ sues to be met ken down by u mob and a rush made to It whs the most enthusiastic polit- Â¬ pass Sheriff Fulgham and lily deputies ical convention ever held in the counwhen the deputies opened fire Will try It was at the same time the VJilng was shot in the shoulder and most earnest and sincere another man received serious wounds The outburst of enthusiasm over The mob has placed dynamite under the anti imperialist plank in tho platthe jail and thicatciis to blow it up if form was entirely spontaneous It the prisoner is not delivered to them was 30 minutes of flag waving cheerGov Johnson has telegraphed Judge ing marching waving of banners and Spcnke to impanel n jury and try singing of patriotic songs There was Spcakc agreed to something awe inspiring in the conClark immediately try Clark at tlu ec oclock The mob templation of that vast assemblage is quiet and the members of the mob set wild by an enthusiasm as grim toy they will remain passive so long and earnest and irrepressible as that as they are assured the neprc 13 get of the Crusaders of old It was the ting quick justice A stick of dyna protest of the flag Itself against Im mite was thrown Into the juil and perialism gicat damage was done by the explo Â¬ Enthaslaim Over Ilrjnn sion The fact that the nomination of Bryan was expected did not lessen a sensationaiTtragedy the enthusiasm The demonstration Au Indlnn Shoots Ills Kleelnir Wife nt the mention of his name showed how thoroughly he has fixed his place From Her Itorsc on the Street in the hearts of the people ns the nt Knmloops U C leader who Is as great as his opportunity There was nffection and ad Kamloops B C July 23 A sensa trust tional Indian murder occurred here miration andwhich nnd loyalty in the marked the nomenthusiasm Sunday About three oclock in the afternoon two Indian women were ination of Bryan Mark nanna At Philadelphia had to seen riding up Fourth avenue nt a full force some shadow of enthusiasm for gallop They were closely pursued by name of McKinlcy His puppets a mounted Indian who was armed the creaked when they clumsily obeyed with a Winchester On Hearing them his signals and the hollowness of the he raised his rifle and shot one dead whole farce was apparent to the most She dropped from her horse and the casual observer murderer made off toward the re When Bryan wa3 nominated the ten e He was arrested and proved to cheering and waving of flags lasted be George St Paul The victim was his so long that it seemed as if the conyoung wife Whisky nnd jealousy were vention could not bring itself back the cause of the crime to the transaction of routine busiTHE PEARY RELIEF STEAMER ness Stevensons Nomination The nomination of the vice pres Wlndwnrd nt Port Au nnsqnes The idential candidate showed how thor- Â¬ Newfoundland With Her Ma oughly democratic was the Kansas chinery Dluabled City convention An hour before St Johns N F July 23 The Peary Stevenson was nominated no lender relief steamer Windward entered the nnd no delegate could tell whether harbor at Port Au Basques at the It would be he or Towne or Hill It was simply southwest extremity of the island Sat- judgment of n question of the best the convention Tho urday with part of her machinery dis all Pieces to replaco the broken nomination gives satisfaction abled adds sections i cached here by train at noon around Stevensongreat strength to middlo west It will probably require n few days the ticket in the the battle is beingÂ¬ to make the necessary repairs Tho ern states where and delay may seriously disarrange the fought cast where the decisivo vote la He is demothips plans for reaching the fnr north to be loyal to tho a thoroughand de- Â¬ crat platform Ilaldlnir Tent Wool voted to Bryan Mr Towne while Houston Tex July 23 The Post deservedly popular felt that his nom prints n ports from various points In Inntlon would not be the most advis lexns showing that 2000000 pounda able one and will work as hard for of wool tire being held in tho stntc be party fucccss ns though ho were Bry cause the growers refuse to accept curÂ¬ ans running mate Hills declination rent prices nnd there is ns much more of course put him out of the raoe held at unaccounted points and on nnd it Increased tho chances of dem lanchcR ocratic success In New York state Had Hill been nominated New York From the Dock and Drowned Iell would have been torn asunder with locoma Wash July 23 Griffith faqtional fights Williams n coal passer aboard the Tito democratic national committee United States transport Hoaecranz fell Ik preparing notlvely for the cam- Â¬ from tho dock and was drowned His paign Along with the realization family live in San Francisco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thnt it is to be a serious campaign ngainst trust influences nnd republican machine organization is tho abiding certainty of a democratic vic-Â¬ tory next November Â¬ FOR MALARIA ADOLPII PATTERSON WORDS OF WARNING Prophetic Utterances of Washington and Webster Concerning Imperialism In his farewell address Wnshlntgon warned his people against the time when aggregated wealth should be His como arrogant and tyrannical prophetic spirit foresaw the day of CHILLS AMD FEVER The Best Prescription Is Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle So That the People May Know Just Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Arbitrary Kovcrnments may have territories and distant possessions because arbitrary governments may rule by dif Â¬ ferent laws and different ystcms Wo can do no such thlnss They must be of us part of ua or clso strangers I think I see a courso adopted which Is likely to turn the constitution of tho land into a deformed monster Into a curse rather than a blesslim In fancy a frame of an unequal government not founded on pop- Â¬ ular representation not founded on equal Â¬ ity but on tho grossest inequality and I think that this process will go on or that there Is dancer that it will go on until this union shall fall to nieces Resist It Whoever falters or to day and always whoever flies I continue to contest KIthcr this must become nn arbitrary government or we must give up colonial possessions The genius of the constitution and law of the United States is opposed to different forms of government for different peoples of the nation The constitution will become a deformed monster if it is made to mean one thing for part of our peo Â¬ ple and another thing for others And once it becomes u deformed monster it may turn and devour its creators Webster foresnw that McKinleylsm would come though he never ceased resisting the tendency He foresaw as Lincoln did the ultimate destruction of the land of libertj the land both loved so well unless there was a radi Â¬ cal change in the tendencies of their times Both saw the dire fate In store for our people and both had sufficient Â¬ Â¬ the tyrant wealth before it has sub jected them to its power so completely that there is no relief except through the frightful method of war There was another great American in his day now scorned nnd scoffed and held in contempt as a little Amer ican by the Hanna McKinley quality His name was Daniel Webster He too with prophetic spirit divined the day of McKinleylsm and warned the people against it The seeds of imperialism had been own in his day Though he wrought mightily to ex terminate them up to the last doy of his life he could not do so Â¬ McKinleylsm and trusts No less clearly did Lincoln foresee and foretell the very times that have come upon the country His words of warning were I seo In the near future a crisis ap-Â¬ proaching that unnerves mo and causes mo to tremblo for tho safety of my coun- Â¬ try As a result of tho war corporations have been enthroned and an era of cor- Â¬ ruption In high places will follow and tho money power of tho country will en- Â¬ deavor to prolong Us reign by working upon tho prejudices of tho peoplo until all tho wealth Is aggregated In a fow hands and tho republic destroyed I feci at this moment moro anxiety for tho safety of my country than ever before even In tho midst of war God grant that ray suspicions may prove groundless His fears were not groundless They have been realized in more terrible form than ever he imagined possible His anxiety for his country was well founded There remains but one step in his prophecy unfulfilled the destruction of the republic All tlila is not past believing unless the people shall rise in their might nnd overthrow Â¬ What They Are Taking Â¬ Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medi- Â¬ cine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct The proportions and is in a Tasteless form Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves is the Original and that all other so called Taste- Â¬ less Â¬ chill tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You are not experimenting when you take Groves- - its show that over one and one half million bottlos of Orovbs Tsatoloss Ohlll Tonlo were sold last year and tho salos aro continually Increasing Tho conclusion Is tnovl table that Grovos Tasteless Ohlll Tonlo Is a pro sorlptlon for malaria having genuine morlt and any druggist or chomlst will toll you so superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price 50c NOTE Tho records of the Pant Modlclne Oo St Louis riedlsdiReasoMMePrkes En Route toTexas In going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt you can ride all day in a Parlor Cafe Car for 7r only SO cents extra 25 V3 cents for a half day You can have your meals at any hour you want them order anything l you want from a spring I chicken or a porterhouse i steak to a sandwich take as long as you please to eat it and you will only have to pay for what you order Tho Cotton Blt offer you ths qnle1cit and thortit font to or night 0 of Both without e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ground for predicting it Voices from the past warn the voters of the United States to rouse them selves before it js too late The accumulated dangers foreseen by Washington and Lincoln nnd Webster are upon the people of the United States Helena Independent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EMl F1U II MRU alio Parlor Cat Car br dar and Pnllaan Bleepen at nlf ht Writ and tell til whero you are golnr and whan foa will Imts and wo will tell yon what your ticket will roit and what train to talc tomakth bait Mm and connctlon W will alio and yon an lntritlng little booklet A Trip to Txaa TCalJlUTJJLrluhtlleTtii 1PX IcalsTtH CrttUUJXltsliTeii r tun t tL tiidinu eu 1 1 smew t r i aittuMti Ten Car chnra cri frrr trnifr Tii aro equipped with comfortbla Coach and fr trini Raclinlng Chair drnd t PRESS COMMENTS ceeds in fastening the imperialistic doctrine up on the American people the Declaration of Independence nnd the Fourth of July will become n EW sue LaBEAUME Q P and T A St Louis Mo If the republican party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ farce W J Bryan Â¬ nnd the trusts the country is against the republican party and if the demo Â¬ crats do not so far oblige their opponents as to push these problems into the background Mr McKInley is likely to be beaten Brooklyn CitÂ¬ Â¬ On the question of imperialism S Did You Ever Know 2 any one who smoked the same kind of Five Cent cigar any length of 2 2 izen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The McKinley and Itoosevelt ticket nmid the sheers which greeted it in Philadelphia has witnessed its only day of enthusiasm and from now on must fall into that mediocrity of estimation which nttaches to the insufficient and the bungling Atlanta Constitution It is a remarkable circumstance that In the midst of nil our boasted prosperity this year so far has sown more strikes and shut downs than for many corresponding periods past McKinley prosperity is too hoggish It wont distribute itself enough Houston Post The republican party demanded that the constitution be amended be-Â¬ fore the trust question should be grappled with On the other hand the party made no scruples of violating the constitution for the benefit of tho trusts in the Porto lilco question Peoria nernld Transcrlpt The republicans nre somewhat alarmed over the political situation In Wisconsin caused by what one of their leading papers calls tho om- Â¬ inous silence among the Germans The imperialist plunge of the administration does not rest easily on the Germnn mind Tho silence of the Gcrmnns is declared to resemblo the situation at the outset of the cam Â¬ paign over the Bennett school law of some years ago which drove the Ger Â¬ mans In a body over to the democrats and carried the state against the r pubJicanB Pittsburgh Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J time M always Hj Five Cent cigar smokers are dissatisfied always trying M J something 2 something newor seems be differ- -- 2 as there somealways ent to B thing wrong about the cigars they have JJ been smoking Ask your dealer for 5 Old Virginia Cheroots g 0 J They are always good Three hundred million smoked this year Price lIItlllll 3 for 5 cents NOFFEITS Mikes Tttthlnj Jj H A JUIij8lrrllatlMWl8Dlgs Euy TDK I mil h XJTEETtllNA Powk Cests Mly 25 ceils at Dnggists OrmUHcttUttOJ NjOFPETT M D Relieve the Bawrt Troubles of Children ol any age 8TLQUII MO cs KENTUCKY FLASHES i i OVARIAN TROUBLES i lydla E Flnkhama CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE SfnrU SleveiiH Shot Kill Ifil rrt Tegetfclilo Compound Cures Them -- Two Letters from Women nje mill Inntmitly Lexington ICj An AVItiirim Story - h D i Did You Ever nun Across What was the trouble at that house an old letter ink all faded out Couldnt where the complaint came from yester have been Carters Ink for it doesnt fade day atked the superintendent of the gas A chorus girl is like a house the older MANDY HIGGINS BABY replied the company STORY Nothing much inspector I found a centipede in one of site ets the more paint she needs Town Topics Havo you heard how Mandy Biggins baby is Ah I an extra hundred feet the pipes PhilaSee that theyre charged for that Oh sho is better and just a9 clean and sweet aa any baby over was The nest Prescription for Chills delphia Press and Fever is abottlo of Groves Tasteless Well Im mighty glad to hear it Its about timo tho poor little critter had some rest I tell ironandquinlneln Kind The neighbors were very kind Chill Tonic It la simply no pay Prico50c you what it ia if Mandy had washed its head with CtrricunA Soap first off and put on some Ctrrr No cure a tasteless form to the widow Some brought sympathy cura Ointment when lier babys head began to get crusted shod havo saved herself heaps of troublo and good advice others brought mateSome men are so stingy they refuse to rial cheer food ralrdent and the like Still and tho poor little kid would havo been a different being Think of tho days and nights Mandys I others and these were the most consider- smile except at the expense of others Chi Â¬ walked tho floor with that baby I aint got no kind of patiences with peoplo that has to bo told v ate of all came and told her how that Bhe cago Daily News about a thing a hundred times beforo thoy begin to believe in tho virtue of it had aged ten years in the three weeks since Halls Catarrh Cure r her husbands death How good of them Now I told Mandy moron threo weeks ago about CuTicunA Soap and she kntiw just as well Is a Constitutional Cure Price 75c exclaimed the widow and wept tears of as you do Liz thnt wod used it hero going on flvo years or more and that none of our family ever gratitude Detroit Journal That actress The Advertising Trait had a pimplo or any kind of irritation of tho skin sinco wo first begun using it Sho was that con- Â¬ Oh eyes are like diamonds no she Did you furnish any wouldnt want to lose them Kirst Attorney Philadel trary that I could get her to try it on her baby even though I offered to givo her a cako of tho I sold phia Bulletin Witness material for the hsuse soap and some of tho ointment from our bos Second Attorney objecting him lime Have you ever experienced the joyful sen Â¬ First Attorney Thats uot material But now sho comes hero about every day to thank mo Fact is tho youngsters head is as It is material Second Attorney Not sation of a good appetite You will if you clean as a whistle and her ekin is just as pretty as you ever seo on any baby Judge I understand lime is chew Adams Pepsin Tutti Fruttl material Ilevolver Taken From an Actress Second- - Attorney a building material MOTHERS Mothers to know tnat a warm bath with Cuticura Soaf and a single anolntlnp with Cirncnru the great skin cure Marion Ind July 21 A revolver Your honor its the question thats not A practical joke should be handled as and purest ot emollients will afford Instant relief permit rest and sleep to both parent and child and point to a speedy enre In tbo Judge OhI Indianapolis cautiously as a double barreled gun Atch most torturing disfiguring Itching burning bleeding crusted and scalr humors rashes and Irritations with loss of hair and not to was taken from Hazel Held daughter material use them Is to fall In your duty Think of the years ot suffering entailed by such neglect Cures mado In childhood aro aneody ison Globe of Hal Held the actor a Cincinnati News permanent and economical Give a pig plenty of milk and it will make girl by the police It is aliened that Sold throughout ths world PHm Conceit Soar Ue I Outuskt We Ferns Dsco a Cask Coir- - Sols Frees Boston U 8 A 8lfoTU asked a teacher What is a furlough Osrs ot Babys Skin scalp Uslr sad Uuds frs weapon and insisted on It means a horse was the reply of Mary a hog of itself Chicago Daily News she drew the rIt doesnt Oh no replied the teacher shooting a horse that had slipped on Indeed it does saXd mean 18 SHOT BUN far 777 A DOUBLE DARREL BREECH L0ADIN6 the pavement arid slightly injured it- Â¬ Mary a Ihorse a book at home that says s ondtoiQd0wowtii have mjm SPECIAL OFFERExpress a O - snUeet mm A UBUi HIUrUBaVITB BIH M A end sou this Violin Outfit by self When tho driver objected spec Â¬ so nurf ninvnta i nr mrkfiBf IJiUfs NKW Well said the teacher now thorjLxanilno It at your express onto and If BREECH LOADINQ 8HOT OUN8 S447 zwnlnatlon bring the kto esactlr as represwtMl and the most wonderful barnln tators charged she brandished the oughly interested you rosy NEW WINCHESTER SHOT QUN8tlS07 you erer saw or hoard of pay the express agent our 8 P E Winchester and U If O Loaded Shells 8 7 per 100 She came here book to school and well see about it The pistol threateningly Sic or 2 p and CIAL OFFER P RIOE Nitro 1 owder Loaded Shell 287 lM ISOO BtradlVarliis 77 nor lU next day Mary brought the bookr and in zprou charge This U a rogular AMMUNITION at wholesale prices to erenbodr to appear in a benefit performance some triumph opened to a page where there modal Violin rtohly colored highly ponshed powerful and alto SHOTrSftaV QuuCaUliArue containing M pax ad H1W Inch will fine how one extra paid sent for the Are department was a picture of a soldier riding a horse tml In tone complete with the best Instruction sot string r paper We canbesare you ttagedollarsonrrecclpt Write at cent toWany one returning tftisOoodsand mentlonlnir thi books otc sell more Sporting once Tinlln case rosin and one ot on guna big than any OTHER Hew Pi mA9MfiZZSft31SSi GosLw published Write for musical lnitrajnnl and organ and pi Below the picture were the words WORLD Tents Hunting Cost Hat Caps Halts Boots Shell Boxes Dog Whip CoT anos ec Windward Again Heard From anosadjwli7MUIoguatKxllM free containing MO pages liriuftirnV4StofKllOoodn1lilhlngTckllllnourtHilWr Page FuiUvh CiTJLnotra ing home on his furlough Pearsons nnraaa HOUSE MINNEAPOLIS MINN T M ROBERTS SUPPLY beat srads at bait prioa TM ROBERTS 8UHPLY HOUSE 717 721 Nicollet Avenue MINNEAPOLIS MUCH New York July 21 Secretary II Weekly f L Hridgmnn of the Teary Arctic club of this city received a message from Cnpt Bnrtlett from Sydney IIEADERB OF THIS PAPER C H thnt the Wlndwnrd wns just DES1UING TO BUT Â¬ an invitation from Chairman C M Harnett of the republican state cen tral committee to tpeak in Kentucky this fall Gov Theodore Itoosowlt writes that speaking in Kentucky would give him great pleasure but that the national committee will di- Â¬ Chairman Har- Â¬ rect his movements nett takes this to mean that Gov Roosevelt will be heard on the stump in this stnte during the campaign A New KnternrUe lit Hnrtforil Hnrtford Ky July 21 A company is being organized in Hartford for the purpose of building and equipping a large electric power plant Tho plant will be used at first to light the residences streets and business houses of the town but it is intended to build a plant sufilclently large and powerful to furnish force for the op Â¬ eration of an electric car line from here to some point on the Illinois Central railroad I Lincoln Meniorlnl School Ivy July 21 Some Mlddlesboro time ago John D Hockefeller agreed to give the Lincoln Memorial school at Cumberland Gap 100000 if a like sum was raised from other sources Ninety thousand dollars have bt Cn raised nnd it is said there will be no trouble in raising the balance Fever Wine Out n Family Greenup Ky July 21 Mrs Lydla Taylor wife of ex- - Sheriff W Hutler Taylor died of typhoid fever A son died two weeks ago of the same dis Â¬ ease nnd an only daughter is now at the point of death Hesides this a servant girl is reported hopelessly ill from the same disease Drunk Hmieiice of 1epncrnilnt Sergent Ky July 21 Near Beat rice Win Osborn aged 32 a wealthy young mountain farmer drank es- Â¬ sence of peppermint and died an hour later A love affair induced the act Lexington Ky July 21 Mnrk Sfe vens wns shot unci instantly killed by J II Luclwlir Lutlwlrr eliitnis that tho deed was done in bell defense Tho testimony of Snm Tillct and Tnmes Murphy the only eye witnesses gives the tragedy another color They sny Stevens wns ramming post holes nt the Armour 1ncklng Cos building on Hose street Iudwig wns seen to wnlk across the street and grnb Stevens by the collar nt tho same time draw Â¬ ing i knife Stevens drew back his rammer ns if intending to strike but et it fall Tmlwrjr dropped the knife ew n revolver and fired The ball hit Stevens over the heart Ludwig tried to escape but was captured by William Burke Ludwig is n railroad carpenter and is a native of Btjyle county He came here about three years ago from Cin- Â¬ cinnati having been employed he claims on the Monon Ludwig claims that Stevens for no cause attacked him with the rammer and knocked hi in down Gov Ilt ckliimi TnkliiK n Kent Frankfort Ky July 21 Gov ileck luun returned from the Lexington convention nnd spent tho day here but left at night for Ills home nt Inrd town where he will remain till Tuesday freshening up A meeting of party leaders will be held here next week some time at which campaign plans will be decided upon An early campaign opening is assured Gov lieckham had no statement to ninko regarding an extra session of the leg- Â¬ islature and opinion is divided as to whether lie will call one Shot nntl Killed III AVIfc Louisville Ivy July 21 Ilesidents of Jlrook and Oak streets were star Â¬ tled by five shots and on investiga Â¬ tion the body of Melissa Johnson was found in the yard of J D Spaldings residence while her husband James Johnson was fleeing down an alley He was arrested and confessed thnt he killed the woman because she re Â¬ fused to live with him longer He rid Â¬ dled her with bullets from a revolt cr Hoth nre colored The voman was employed ns n cook Itepiilillrnn CnninnlKfi Committer Louisville Ivy July 21 The Ken Â¬ tucky republican campaign commit Â¬ tee will be appointed within a few The following have been se Â¬ days lected by Mr Yerkes nnd his ad vrcrs and will be announced as the committee should nil accept as they linve been asked to do Leslie Combs of Lexington George W Welch of Danville George W Long Leltseh fleld John Marshall of Louisville Charles L Duty of the Tenth district ItooHevelt Mny SiieuU In Kentucky Louisville Ivy July 21 In reply to Deaii Mns Pinkuam I write to tell you of tho good Lydla E Pink hams Vcgctablo Compound has dono me I was sick in bed about flvo weeks Tho right sido of my abdomen pained me and was so swollen and sore that I could not walk Tho doctor told my hus Â¬ band I would havo to undergo an operation This I refused to olrVjLSiy until I had given your medicine a trial Be yUmflmm fore I had taken ono bottle tho The hen is a liberal fowl she gives a Millions for Baseball A million of dollars are spent e very ytartip peck when she takes a grain Chicio Daily There came the sound of falling dishes on the game of baseball but as large as this News from the kitchen The cook appeared at sum is it cannot begin to equal the amount the dining room door spent by people in search ot health There the whole av is a sure method of obtaining strength and she said Plaze mum your besht dinner set is broken fwhoile Oi it is not a costly one We urge those who What a relief from the pain and wuz washin itl have spent much and lost hope to try Hos inconvenience of diseases of The housewife wept tetters Stomach Bitters It strengthens the eye when Â¬ if the pow the stomach makes digestion easy and natBgeei said her husband ers could only get that girl the job of ural and cures dyspepsia constipation bilbreaking up China Wriuld soon be finished iousness and weak kidneys Crash Shed Do It 92 av2tt222W9999 Â¬ Â¬ -- N YfWorid Snntmer Ilcaort Explained Â¬ jtBsfo swelling be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gan to disap pear I con tinued to use your medicine until tho swelling was entirely gone When tho doctor came no was very much surprised to see mo so much Mns Mabt Surra Arlington better Iowa Many delightful summer resorts are situated on and reached via Southern Rail- Â¬ way Whether one dotires the seaside or the mountain the fashionable hotels or country homes they can be reached via this magnificent highway of travel Asheville NT G Hot Springs N C Hale Springs Tenn Jtoan Mountain Tenn and the Mountain resorts of East Tennessee The Land and Western North Carolina of the Sky Tate Springs Tenn Oliver Springs Tenn Lookout Mountain Tenn Monte Sano Lithia Huntsvillc Ala Springs Ga and various Virginia springs the seashore resorts are reached by also the Southern Railway on convenient schedules andvery low rates The Southern Railway has issued a handsome folder entitled Summer Homes descriptive and Resorts of nearly one thousand summer resorts hotols and boarding houses including information regarding rates for board at the different places Write to C A Benscotcr Assistant Gen- Â¬ eral Passenger Agent Southern Railway Chattanooga Tenn lor a copy of this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Yung Wife You are sure there are five pounds of sugar in this package It seems very light Grocer That madam is because it is entirely free from sand Boston TranÂ¬ mm tv I 3 Health Womens U i script Tasteless- - Tonics Try Yucatan Chill Tonic improved Each dose contains the same proportion of No shaking required Price CO medicine cents Mitchells EycSalvc properly applied Sufferers have felt it was worth a hun- Â¬ dred times the slight cost of this Salve to experience such relief Price 25 cents HALL New York Vigorous health i nearer at hand than s often h asccn What kind of a house did you succeed in getting Howard Oh its the kind of a house which has windows that wont stay open and doors tat wont stay shut Indianapolis Journal Putnam Fadeless Dtes pronto tiio fast est and brightest colors oi any known dye stuff Sold by all druggists Â¬ tired out women dream of The pain in top and back of the head the backache the nervous- Â¬ ness debility and other ills to S which women are prone are commonly due to inactivity of the liver Try H All druggists Liver Regulator of the liver then constipation is cured the blood is enriched Storms RUCKEL 1848 London It restores proper activity A parlor match is often the result rather than the precursor of a steady flame Indianapolis News JLVfcUiI Dear Mns Pinkuam I was sick for two years with falling of the womb and Metamorphosed It takes only a little thing in a translation inflararnationofthoovarlesand bladder go wrong The missionary who I was bloated very badly My left limb to make it pundit to put into the Indian asked the would swell so I could not step on my vernacular the good old hymn Rock of foot I had such bearing down pains I ages cleft for me let me hide myself in was taken off his feet when he heard thee could not atraighten up or walk across singing with pious fervor the room and such shootingpalns would his converts stone split for my benefit Very let go through me that I thought I could me get old under one of your fragments rot stand it Mymothcrotmoabottlo San Francisco Wave of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetablo ComThe merits of the preparations of tho J pound and told me to try it I took six C MAGUIRE MEDICINE COMPANY bottles and now thanks to your won- Â¬ of St Louis Md are beyond all question This firm has succeeded in furnishing the derful medicine I am a well woman Â¬ folder I do not believe Pisos Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds 151900 MOONEY FITS BOYS FOR COLLEGE Its pupils filter Vsn- derbllt on Certificate John F Boyer Trinity Spnngs led Feb Many an illiterate man is able to make his dollar mark Chicago Daily News ISGHOOL timiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiii KIDNEY CURE Every Advantage SenA or dialogue W D MOONBY Franklin Tenn and all the organs of the body perform their functions Notice too the improvement in your complexion There is health beauty and energy in Storms Regulator Price 50 Money back if it fails cents Â¬ the nerves are strengthened SMITHS SURE SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Prepared by JAMKS S KODINSON Memphis Tenn i3ecfrefrejfree-s666fr6-fefr- 8 Mas Elsie Bryan Otlsville Mich MURPHY WAS MUCH PUZZLED He Managed to Give Satisfactory TTera to the Question However An- - One of the New York enumerators called on an old Irishman who had his name Murphy chalked upon his door He was very much perplexed although he had been in the country long enough to go through several censuses he exclaimed suspiciousThe cinsis 1hwat is ut ly I told him that it was a record of the tribe of Murphys in the United States that was being prepared for the government where at he was greatly flattered and wanted to tell me hi family history as far back as he knew it His memory however was defective especially as to dates He repeated The year uv me burrth Sure an I dont know acratching his head Then after reflecting awhile at all at all Sure an it he brightened up and said wuz the year the crops failed in Ireland suggested at a ven37 I Was it in ture He looked to be about CO Faith an it was that very year he replied and I let it go at that He had forgotten too the year of his ar Â¬ rival in America but I remimber that Horace Greeley was runnin for prisident at the he said toime Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This remedy will keep the Kidneys in a healthy condition purify the Blood and gire proper action to the Liver Stands pre eminently superior for the cure of diseases peculiar to women If you are troubled with kidney and bladder troubles such as Army and Navy They went Into business Dropsy Brights Disease Catarrh Qravrl of the Bladder Albumen in Urine In and have steadily grown in favor with the public not having ono failure to and unhealthy deposits or too frequent discharge of the urine pain in the back and report in flfty nino years Their llenne bladder dropsical swelling of the feet and legs etc we claim that by using SillTHS Plant Ctmdurango etc bavo becomo i SURE KIDNEY CURE a complete cure will be effected household word Thoy are sold by all drug- Â¬ TO ALb gists Ask for booklet free and if you ever get Diarrhea Dysentery or Cholera Morbus givo the Bonne Plant a trial and you will be From those who have nted Smiths Sure Kidney Caret Every article made by the convinced Muculro Medlclno Company is guaranteed 1 bad female trouble for ore r a year and was con I hiToutod three bottles ot roar SURE KID Cure Guaranteed to do what Is claimed lor it NEY CUKE mnd it hn made a permanent cure fined to the bed or alz months I was treated br IMPROVED at us IVx 1unrEAR Joneiboro Ark six rerf prominent phrslclant without anr marked rmoE CO CENTS Mr lat doctor was a skilled specialist beneat Incloied And poitoOce raoncr order for Smith Pretense a to Contents RUJCK KIDNEY COKE I bate taken one and he told me the onlr bone lar In an operation I KIDNEY MONEY FOR bat done me Jcdge said Mr Zeke DarkleJtfh I bottle and It Is the only medicine tbat heroadoctcd heard ot NMITUN MUKEmonth I AndCUKE mrself after using It for one wants to hab dishyere Gabe Snowflake anrcood There are tereral soldlen the medicine and and eren tbe doctor who last treated mo cured cannot obtain tneiameul and we II KsLtr Cottage 1 now pronounces me well John arrested He done sol me er kaig er beer here Mrs J K FaYIR Atlanta Ga State Soldiers and Sallora UoaieSartonO en day aint nuffln in the kaig but rain Heirs of Union Soldiers who madn homesteads of wateh For Sale ky Drunlsta Price AO Cents Prepared only by less than 1U0 acres before June 22 1S7I no matter If was If tho additional homestead All right replied thejude vol want 7Vo abandonedor used should address with rlfthl par full sot sold charging him with SYUTH to swear out a warrant ticulars 11ENUI A lUPl Hashlnxton D C obtaining money under false pretenses No suh I want dat niggah sent up fo WHISKY and other druc habits cured In JOdajs Hana- tainin money undeh false contentses Baltimore American Dats what jedge Atlanta Us M WUOLIEY M II ll 1 SUPERIOR TASTELESS TONICS READ THESE TESTIMONIALS Â¬ Â¬ ISOLDIERS HEIRS MEDICAL COmFANY St Louis Â¬ No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right Cascirets help nature cure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 cents to ftart getting your health back Cascarets Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet nas C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations licit for the Howcls 9 FREE I WINCHESTER Ouri6opagew Winchester Fartnrvlnaderl shotgun shells NEW RIVAL fEIIIM I UnUlfl ANK 9 SSHftrtSifMSS tni F c 1823 illustrated cata logue 2 9 FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS the winning eombinjtlon In the field or at the trap All dealers sell them a WHEN 1 2 2 9 t REPEATER LEADERand WKITINO TO ADVERTISES please state that you saw tho Advertise sneut In this siaer fUHfS WMIHf All flSf IAIIS Deet Conga Bfrup Tutee Good in lime Bold or arnrgisia WINCHESTERREPEATINGARMSCO S l8oWuaiisTEAvNiwHAVKMCoHK Atrial win prove 5 their superiority TJso t3 M Ell One on the Summer Girl One of these girls sat in a hammock on a Hollywood piazza when a summer boy in a gray suit came along He looked un happy The girl looked at him frivolously and spied a button of a pastel shade in his lapel she asked inquiringly A new kind TTav lTlif la vmi wnrn nT np flTa you a son of something or other No he answered shortly Ive joined a Dont Worry club she atked When did you join The day after I met you he rejoined cleverly Chicago Times Herald Â¬ The good Samaritan does not carry oil in his cruse and vitriol on his tongue Rams Horn Shake into your shoes Allens Foot Ease a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweating Feet All Druggists and Shoe Storts sell it 25c Sample sent FREE Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy N Y Â¬ Do Year Feet Ache and nnrnT My wife boasted the happy young Mine is an open book to me benedict declared the old married man too I Philadelphia Press cant shut her up Will serve you well to the choicest resorts She Do you believe that every man gets of Canada and the East For fares descriptive literature and gen the wife that Heaven intended for him He I dare not doubt it otherwise my eral information apply to J H Burgis City Passenger and Ticket Agent 219 Clark St religious belief would be shattered corner Jackson Boulevard Chicago What is your belief pray I believe that men are jpunished in this It is one of the mysteries that a man who world for their sins Chicago Evening has given his heart unreservedly to a wom News an still has the heart to refuse her a new It is impossible to please your friends if hat Detroit Journal you say agreeable things to them you are accused of insincerity it you say disagreeable Try Yucatan Chill Tonlo Improved things they get mad Atchison Globe Superior to all the so called tasteless tonics Acceptable to the most delicate stonvich Minds of steel are often narrowed down that they may have a cutting edge Rams It is surprising sometimes how a man Horn Indianapolis that is way oif gets on o News A man has good luck enough when his daughters marry if he doesnt have to To Cure a Cold In One Day lentf out relief expeditions to them every Take Lnxativo Bromo Quirtino Tablets All Atchison Globe few months druggists refund money If it fails to cure- 25c Â¬ - According to Ills Creed The Grand Trunk rtnllTvny System Â¬ said the Moth as Oh how I delight to be ie attacked the very old trousers in the thickest of the fray Detroit Journal Â¬ A boy in the family always comes in handy when the pie left over isnt enough to save Atchison Globe jW OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt 1 Â¬ Â¬ SEND M47ts U- Â¬ tPjH BUY 1 1 BBPGET 1 leaving that port for Etali North Greenland headquarters of the Peary expedition and that all on board were well Tho Windward left this port July 12 with provlslonsnnd mu ultiorislfor lie Peary headquarters AMTTUINO ADVKimSKD IN ITS COLUMNS 81IOULD INSIST UPON 2IAYINO WHAT THEY ASK IX It 11KFDS1NQ ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS wlr T WwimmiS Put Your Finger on Your Pulse A- You feci the blood rushing along But what kind of blood That to the question Is It pure blood or impure blood If the blood is impure then you arc weak and languid your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak You can- Â¬ not sleep well and the morn- Â¬ ing finds you unprepared for the work of the dav Your cheeks arc pale and your com- Â¬ plexion is sallow You are troubled with pimples boils or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood Mrs Carrio Heiter has n flno piano in tho hotel parlor Kirk Brasher nnd wifo of Now llotliol woro in town Monday Rev I M WIso of Sturgis preached at tho Baptist church Sunday A protracted meeting commenced nt tho Baptist church last Saturday Miss McFarlan of Hcndoreon is visiting Misses Cora ond Lena Buckner Several of S R Boyds relatives of Eddyvillo aro visiting him and family Mrs A E Richards and Miss Minnio Blnko of Dvcusburg aro visiting II C Mnrlow and family Mrs W 11 Oholson and children left Tuesday for a stay of soveral months in Brooklyn Mich Miss Martha Hardwick of Hopkins villo has beon visiting Miss Isabel How orton for a week or two A young lady said sho had rather bo hit on tho mouth with a chunk than bo kissed by a man without n mustache Mrs Ed Rico Misses Lily Brown Mettio and Bortio Wigginton visited Mrs V F Rico of Now Bethel last Wed nesday and had n pleasant timo Our good values in clothing keop them Wo will meet and selling all the timo boat any prico that any other store can Sam Howorton muke Â¬ LONE CEDAR -- j VS 3 r 5 CO Dick Minnor and family visited Mrs Lofton last week Jim Martin aud family woro guests of Tom Daniels last week Harry Cully tho stock buyer spent last Friday night with friends in this neighborhood Undo Alox James was tho guest of his daughter Mrs Conyer last week Mrs Rlssio Cain is spending tho week with relatives in this neighborhood After two months absence Miss Lola Daniels has returned homo Tho sincinir at Ira Clarks Saturday nightwas wo 1 atteudod Paris Bros aro cutting timber for Curry on Mrs Loftons land CO L s3J A Big Day in Marion Friday Aug- 3 2 Performances I I If -- CO c c M r v fm j J 3sJ o to - o I at 2 and 8 P M RAIN OR SHINE It FORDS FERRY Mr Raymond Goodwin and sister Miss Grace boarded tho steamer John Hopkins Sunday morning for tlior homo Master Percy will rustiin Kvunsvllle cate in the country a fow days longer Quite n numberof young people met nt the residonco of W B Notions Sntur- dny evening Tho mandolin playing by Mr Raymond Goodwin wasoujoyed Mrs Isabol Flanary returned homo from Pad u call last week Mr Jehnson is recovering from his paralytic stroke Pr Moreland and Mr Nations are on the sick list An enjoyable time was spent at Mr Flannarys one evening last week eating ice cream and poaches Two of Westons prominent lads paid our town n visitsunuuy What is the attraction I wonder Protracted meeting begau at Hebron Â¬ J ill ULm r S Q 4- oo w oe g NI ca 3 J i Buckskin Bills Realistic Wild West Grand Military Tour- Â¬ nament and vl ho II ft- O So CO to - c J s Syrup of lonsin because wo guarantee it and refund your monoy if it does not Call for a do just as wo represent it booklet that tolls you all about it at Ormo or Haynes drugstore LEVIAS Mrs L L Price is very sick at this writing Dr Robert Fnrris was here last week enrouto to tho institute will do it Take it a few days W II LaRuo is having n new coat of and then put your finger on paint on his residence your pulse again You can T M Conger hns rented Thomas La feel the difference It is Ruos farm for tho ensuing yonr stronger and your circulation Mrs Glad Throlkeld and family of Babetter Send for our book on you nre visiting the family of L L Price Impure Blood Sam Coram and wifo of Berns Ferry If you are bilious take Livingston county aro visiting in this Aycrs Pills They greatly section aid the Sarsaparilla They Franklin Bros have finished thresh cure constipation also ing tho present crop of wheat and riixirt a very light crop Wrlta to our Doctor School will commenco at Union tho Wrtto tbem freely all the partlcvUn MM i xuur CJICB first Monday in Aug with Miss Addio lOU Vll rClTB prompt ruplr wtttaoot jot Boyd of Salem as teacher MM Aaatettviu J U AYEU j oweii uua J II Robinson of Livingston county mm was among the people of this vicinity m n mi at working insuranco last week Parties owing mo cither by noto or account nre requested to scttlo at onco nnd NEW SALEM save cost Cliarles LaRue Wo nre proud that our littlo town is Thi uoininr wheat croji will not be as coming to tho front Railroad and mineral aro all tho talk Some days wo havo law in iieroago ns thn Inst was Hoy Lamb of your towns is visiting railroad men mining men doctors and thi friends of his uncle Tom Hnrpond preachers to visit us Wo havo the as suranco of valuable mineral and nre now intr Iioixj to surpass any developing it Mrs T II Harpending nnd daughter section in tho and mineral world in tho way Mis Kminn havo been quite sick the of zinc andspar past week Rev Anron Humphreys nnd wife nre visiting their children near Hillsville WHITES CREAM VERMIF U G E Livingston county not only effectually expels worms but Uncle Irvin and Aunt Martha Hrous is unoqualed as a tonic and is a certain ter spent part of Inst week the guest of poriiMinont euro for Chills and Fever in n latives in Lyon county children Prico 2cat Ormos Our jHopIo nre generally attending the hifetinn meeting now in progress nt Salem and say that the nrencliini is ox- CHAPEL HILL Â¬ Â¬ Wo have a good sale on Dr Caldwolls Ladies Favorito llorloya Littlo Liver Pills for liltous People aro tho ladies favorito becauso they aro small easily taken and do their work quietly Ono a doso Sold by but effectually RounLi tVrliliory Saturday YOUNG MEN WANTED Mr Nations and wife returned from With fair education and good character to Ropton Sunday Big Bargain at Kelsey Ky LEARN TELEGRAPHY Railroad Accounting and Typewriting This is endorsed by all leading railway companies as tho only pcrpect and relia- Â¬ ble institution of its kind All our grad Purely Kdurntioniil Jomiinoly Historical Tolightfully Amusing uates aro assisted to positions Ladies also admitted Writo for f reo catalogue A Grand Inspirits Exhibition Consistinc of Cow Bovs Indians Fall term opens August 15 Gloiik Moxicnua Arabs Cossacks Fnited Stitoj English Gorinnn Froneln Tklkciuaih Ccxleok Loxington Ky Cnvnlryinon Koosovolts Hough Riders nnd Battery of Light Â¬ OF THE WORLD Riders REQUIRING 000 stock of General Merchandise store room nnd residence for salo cheap for cash or will exchango for a farm I mean business J M McCHESNEY SECRET SOCIETIES lhaiii Lodge No 256 Skeltons Leaders Regular meetings Satur day night iMifore full moon in each month Visiting brethren arr oonllally Invltul to attend FdA M Â¬ 1000 MEN AND HORSES wlleut Hev Eli Eaton received quite a painful hurt the other day in trying to drive n contrary hog which will Iny him up for awhile There is ono thing our farmers will have plenty of the coming winter that is ris h potatoes we nover saw n finer crop of the tubers What few men and boys that are not engaged in mining are putting in their lime getting blackberries which by the way is the finest crop in many years This section was blessed with a good siimver Sunday which will holp tho corn crop hut to make anything like two thirds of a corn crop wo must have rain and plenty of it within tho next few Â¬ 1 day Little Sylvan Bighnm is very sick Wheat threshing is the order of tho Â¬ ilns The railroad tie makers tell us that they have to keep a sharp lookout to Keep from falling timber on mineral prospectors ns the woods in New Salom valley is full of them with pick and sho vel hunting mineral A good many of our people attondod the Sunday School Convention at Chap el Hill and nre loud in their praise of the manner in which they were treated n the goixl peoplo of thnt section The Rev Thomas filled his appoint ment at Tyners Chapel on tho fourth Saturday nnd Sunday Ho is greatly liked by the members of tho Chapel as well as the congregation who go to hear him Let the good peojilo of Crittenden nnd adjoining counties keep n sharp lookout or wio HM ciacin snari for no is abroad and his methods lay tho gold brick shar er in the shade His order of operation is as follows Ho enters your house and after the usual compliments of the day he tells you that ho is nient for thn snln of i receipt for canning blackberries nf icr a worn or so no says I haoDcned to wain goon iuck yesterday lust as I was leaving tho train I picked up a news paper on nn unoccupied soat next to the sent I occupied and there lay this linn pair of solid framed glasses I sup lsed I had ns much right to them ns any one did so I brought them along and as I ili not use glasses I havo no uso for them Well tho end of it is you will 0 times out of 10 take the bait at least they did in this neighborhood and you will pay a pretty good prico for a small lot of brass Three weeks ago a black Borkshlro sow nbout2 yearsjild weight about 200 lbs strayed from me Will reward for her return and will bo thankful for information as to hor whoroabouts Mrs M T White Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Floyd is inour precinct thresh ing wheat Ab Daniols of Lola was greeting his many friends hero this week Beo Lewis of Livingston county was visiting hero tho first of the week Somo of the boys rejwrt lots of tobacco worms Kill tho ily with cobalt Press Ford carries off tho Bluo Ribbon on the nvorago of 21 bushels to the acre Crops in tho vicinity aro looking fuirly well Tobacco and corn aro in good condition B F Walkers horse ran away with him on tho day of the Celebration No Â¬ Â¬ ono hurt Buck Stovall made 200 bushels of wheat on forty acres showing nn average of 5 bushel to tho acre Quito a numberof our peoplo nro de pending on Pea hay this year Tho ar my worms went through the meadows and devoured them Somo are still sow ing poos For Salo A gooddoublo oven cooking stove No 7 in gtxxl shapo Cheap for cash Apply to C A Walker Â¬ Â¬ Gilubut V M I will soil you 4lbsof triple strougth 1B Kkvil Secrolarv Afrieau Jnvucoffeof green or roasted for 81n0 und will make you a present of CRITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 any of tho following articlos grauito R A M meets regularly Saturday ware bucket covered granite coffee or night aflr full moon In each month tea iot granite sauco pan with cover granite preserving kettle hoavy retinned WINGATE COUNCIL No 35 R S M Regular meetings second Monday 7U qt preserving kettle 14 qt retinned night In euch month dish pan gal glass pitcher lamp fitted complete footed preserve stand covered set of engraved goblets berry or ico cream sot glass of bowl and six Marion Lodge No 60 saucers Ugal China pitcher decorated Japanese tea pot with patent inside Regular meetings first and strainer carving knifo and fork victor third Monday nights in set consisting of bread knife cako knife each month in the Masonic and paring knife and many other preHall miums too numerous to mention Re member you cannot buy ihe above coff Visiting broLhron are cor ee in Cnttedon county for less than 35 dlally invited to attend cts without any pramium I will give B L WILBORN M W you any of tho above premiums with a ouejwund can of pure cream of tartar J C BOURLAND Recorder baking powder ccosting you 45c can or witn ono pound of tea costing yon CO 70 Blackwell Lodge or80cts Remember the above goods are not cheap shoddy stuff but first No 5VK l class in every particular I will sell you a nice breukfast strip bacon for lie that Meets every Friday night others will charge you 12K to 15c per lb am still selling those nice hams for in K P 1111 lUc u iounu J W BLUE C O Dout foriret that mv lirinns on frnir reuuum me price irom VlUU ier GEO M CRIDER K of R and S jujh uuiuo iu du u lor masons m koI jars I suppose the people will give mo credit this reduction Sugar is still advancing but T nrn nnt advanced iny prico for threo weeks Flour 55 and COc per sack Wantod--- A hustling man to sell fruit trees iu this county JG p Â¬ Â¬ X irr LHJAMES OMJAMES James James Kf LSuiJ Those who live on farms aro liable to many accidental cuts burns nnd bruises which honl rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied Prico 25c and 50 cents at Ormoa TOLU A rise intho river A good rain Saturday mado many glad hearts Â¬ II C Walker of tho Crittenden Press was in our villiags Friday and Saturday Tho ministers nnd deacous will havo a four days meeting nt Pleasant Bill church south of Tolu beginning Thurs- Â¬ day July 20th Rev W M Likens of Owonslioro doliverod a Prohibition lecture at tho Methodist church to a good nudience He preached at tho Saturday night Fmmmla Rmgulmtms Baptist church near town Sunday and which is the true cure provided night at tho Presbyterian church hero by Nature for all female troubles It is the formula of a physician of the Women suffer-Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW ing from female troubles and flARION KY weakness and from irregular Office over Haynes Drug Store kwWWWWt or painful men- Â¬ Prompt attention given to all busi ses ought not to lose hope if ness entrusted to his care doctors cannot help them Phy-Â¬ Finest and Best 100 a Day House sicians aro so In Kentucky busy with other diseases that they do not understand fully the peculiar ail- Â¬ ments and the delicato organism of woman What R E DRENNAtf Propr the sufferer ought to do is to give a fair trial to PADUCAH KENTUCKY TRY IT LAWYERS MARION Among the Many Features KY W H Clark Of this Mammoth Exhibition will bo Foats of Marksmanship hu troducing Buckskin Bill who will nppoar at each performance dav and night and givo his wonderful exhibition of shooting from horsed back at full speed nlso a scoro of Malo nnd Fomalo Crack Shots of tho world in plain aud fancy shooting IHk Wild Broncos A Herd of Buffalo And Texas Steers This onormous outfit is transported in its own Spooial Railroad trains of 8 1 doublo length cars complete in ovory particular carrying all tho Paraphonnlin required for tho lnrgost Arena ovor erected seat Â¬ ing 20000 Pooplo Protecting the nudionco from Sun or Rain and being delightfully cool and so arranged as to bo erected near tho city in an easy accessible location On day of orrival thoro will bo givoa Wr New Richmond House City Lots BRADFiELDS Whito Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was folt by tho friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw ho was turning yel low His skin slowly changed color also his eyos and ho suflored f terribly His malady was Yollow Jaundlco Ho was treated by tho bost doctors but without bonofit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters tho wonderful Stomach and Liver romedy and ho writes After taking two bottles t was wholly cured A trial proves its match less merit for all Stomach LIvor and Kldnoy troubles Only 50e Sold by Orma druggist Jn Â¬ Imperfect digestion nnd assimilation produce disordered conditions of tho sys tern which grow nnd are confirmed by neglect IIERBINE gives tono to the stomach nnd causes good digestion Prico 50c at Ormos FREDONIA Mrs Albort CHft is on tho sick list W O Rico and wifo wont to Dawson Monday Tho ghowors Intoly wpro wdcomeu y highest standing who devoted his whole life to the study of the dis- Â¬ tinct ailments peculiar to our moth- Â¬ ers wives and daughters It is made of soothing healing strengthening herbs nnd vegetables which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses Leu corrhcea Filling of the Womb Nerv- Â¬ ousness Headache and Backache In fairness to herself and to suffering woman ought to giveH a trial A large i bottle will do a wonderful amount of good Sold by druggists Im4 fa Blctly MuitriuJ fields Female Regitlatsr r4f every If you want n town lot see R E BIG HAM before you buy for ho is going to oqt his farm hp in small or big lots to suit purchaser This land lies adjoining tho town by Cavalrymen Artillorymon Cow Boys Indians and Wild horsbl of Marion Ky Buffalo long horned Toxas Cattlo Overland Mail Coach Prairio Sohooner Wagons and other relics of tho Wost usod in dnva irona hv all of whioh will bo enlivened by Fivo Bands of Muaio led by Harry M ww WQW - j UUVM Free Street Parade I At 1000 Oclock A M E FOHS Merchant Tailor MAftlpNKYi tut book frrmors TM Mtfftili ftifynmrft AffMtfcff iMftMf Clolkw Clearwd and Rehired FRIDAY ffcfwlrlng a Spttlftlty AUGUST 3 1900 f j u L Jti