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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 ykf141 IYArI I tt 1- j H- Ii j 1p l j- l r 5 i a la JI 111 r HlCKMlN COUjIER I 1 t THE r + S d f r v = Z OLDEST NEWSPAPER IST + WESTERN KENTUCKY Vrv o t = LjJ ESTABLISHED 1859 HIOKM AN FULTON COUNT KY JUNE 22 1900 l r 4 VOt XXXV NO 3ff The Whys and the Wherefores t of this N fI r e lT fl u Great JUNE SALE f ii ou 1 Just be apparent to any ono going through the store loo many goods lf dbought too heavilythats the story f + MUlt Ilave thought wo were going to sell nil the goods to kioki this year We11rwe have solll lots of themsales away rr if f Inhelu1 of last yourbut wove got too tunny loft Must get rfd rulollhomnndii ono way to tJo itcut the Nice t 4 and that too in the middle of the season on guaMJiiumu goods jo you l oYlIf dool mince matters dont hCli my a 1 making two bites of u cherry so you know wliits in wore for youiO 1 1 n Silk Remnant Ypnll find some 100 remnants Silk on our main counter When you conic across those piles just pause u moment awl florntin Uitlm price Ii3k ctl clio hotter you arc as a juflgoof ivalues the more 1 likely you will to tUuy n t- PrjccH e run in this economic It r t fdalsvay dI4flQ for bdks that wereWcV 0 2Tjo itrico uow of 74 and OOo Bilk + TJOc fQr rornplnbroCHet p or i f Silk Grenadine r lncodifroui eiW to 70u- Mouttttliiie PcSolo solid mid fanCiesi outlialnorbcI JACe Stripe 11MbII i- Ili coals FIJi 4Y 1 W Jets y Been to MB Whlnf section lately Notice tho eager buyers Ever ocour to you why they otimo in numbors ncnBon8JFirat the greatest anti most varied assortment hereabouts second tempt ing prices II you need1 WSijUi you should follow in a the footsteps of the major o ity of women that is wend your way here Pftnialo Wrists nice styles mm well made 889 worth to contr- 1VhltoWalstsabueutiful line from 1128 10 1U5U S kei vvnsolsI We have just l6 left Its the same story as the Silk Waists And to move em0 quick its prices like this SOOO Pnuoy Silk Parasols re tfucedtotOO fOOO ones now 8360- tlCO bus Parasols that wore 1260 and f200 t Tiioyll Vote for Lewis It would bo dUllcult many matt who voted for Goebol to luwigu n good reason for not voting for General Lewis in other words ho would got every vote i giver to Uoobol and several thousand Democrats who voted for Brown and some who voted for Taylor 1 Gun Joe Lewis IH the old popular commander of tho Orphan Brigade served In Congress several terms and many years on tho bends of tho Court of Appeals The COURIER does not pro tend or desire to be a party organ but ti it gives the Democrats this advice nominate Lewis rJudgl A D Stool tho venerable and highly teemed gentleman died in i s lust Sunday very sud 1 dimly HO t t his relatives could not 1roach him ore ho expired lie was formerly u Idont of lullon and a well known law in this section 1 I Il Ik Ii l yYr 4 Summer Millinery 11 A 11 The inexpensive Kind This is a different story to tell Never had such u mil linery tradet before Almost cleaned up everything But last weeks millinery sales tnaucante along with nil hid samples He sajv the con fJ tjiltKw of qurstock nndraa vJ f heII was gofug Ihomo offered A us all his samples for almost nothing less than 26 cents l A OivCjiJV dtlar ttwag ft big I jnjroljaso1 Pnrits itit youMl bo interested Vhefii youfleo I tlie prices1t vS MOO to 300 boys iJOwTiim r mod HaU worth VOOagd- a oo early tlithtisea avns 1is8Hof 1iid Iatx pow wotiid lnvelWin JGOto 8O V I o1dlskoiaa TrtiMnM IhkU A J tktIttiII rw toar HI Cotton Goods Bomo rare values Thcrall bo stirring tines in this Wash Goods section IhiB week Yardsticks will sly like flails became ol this change downward in prices And these reduced prices are not on old goods not at all Every one of these designs is now fine and dainty Youll say so too tho mo moil you see them But see them quick They may not be here after this week Piques reduced trout 25 and JOo to Ilia Valley Welts IOu were 80o Mercerized Foulards cant be distinguished from Silk 29o Fine Dimities worth 25 cents now ITo Dotted Swiss Muslin cut to 12iJo Organdies reduced from 12jfio to IOu e Ohilds Suits We give you choice of our- btIIt baits that were 000 600 anti 460 for 375 rDoes Not Favor The distinguished negro educator Booker T Washington who was spoken of as the candidate for VicoPrcsidont ot tho now Negro Party says that ho disapproves tho scheme and says tho colored man should dovoto himself to work and not to polities Ho says I nm not in politics and have never been I am simply an educator I do not ueliovo that I have any political preferences My friends of tho negro uro of all parties and religions Tho mention in tho Associated Press dispatches of my name as a candidate for Vice President on tho colored plO plus ticket is both and ill advised I am neither a candidate nor a IKjlltician What do I think about tho organization of the negro party Well I think a little loss poUucs and a little more work will have a effect upon tho negro Politics not only make strange bedfellows but enemies of those who are prono to bo our friends A f colored mans party would go forthwith a chip on its shouldor and what wo want is peace with tho white man and not war Notions1 Little hofjw anvinglppriced Perlttips4yate 4 ecn waiting fora chanCe to replenish- in ih intcr s the chance lieu may do1 it this week to iJhi ncfit of your purse No savings on this partial of offerings c p+ f flitI and j1II rest of the fl stock by theirj Daisy Safety 1 all alzen So tti dozi1j tloariting 1I o n box WlrolInHJ u1e a bunch Box roller elopes 9c EmbttrfdurySjot ou Ie spool 9f 33f ffl 1 rSllkalcea g 11 spools 6c Padre teens le aoh t- JatyawesiSawr 30 each u tassel Lo 1ifh ClothingJ Dcparp i iM t Iftc too man1 g lid must ho moved reasons enough for cut prices arenttlwy Then there ar broken lots and odds and rile It will profit you to wiie quick Mens Suits Hlae Yacht C oth best goods manufacture Qclonj perfect IitalbNotwitliatant weve out ont toi850 gi in Buys u noun ftllniadegood quality Menu Suit not shoddy but sobs autinl clothworth 8500 JJIOS for Fancy P ml nUll OUeok all wool Suits bought to Sell ut toro Bi6noMeiu Molten B ats worth 1550 to ISOoT 1 rIOt Mens Frock Suits ij ilold up to 18CO choice 8500 1 Lot Mona Prtnoo Alberta i sold up to 82iDO cholco 1000 Mens Shirts- I On table as rba come lu the I door noo Sli its for 79o GqrlOcSome of thl+ seasons boat IstylesI 1 Meridian ludicrous u Bryan the NftolHce William Jennings Iwpm is the Demo cratic nominee for too presidency two weeks in advance of tho of tho National Convention Of the 030 morn bers of tho convention 030 are pledged to hlmOO more thai the necessary two thirds I dyer toted China has made what may prove to bei an open declaration of war against the Powers The Tukd forts opened tiro on tho combined flcii which responded vigorously and tin Uy captured too forth on both sides of Abo river by assault The combined European casualties were sever killed and fifty seven wounded The details are talking though tho news is officially contlr ed- It has been ireo weeks now since any plowing worfc mentioning was poa siblo with our femora and tho way the weeds have tulcn things is a sight Farmers area tried and are working between shows to catch up- i G 1 J tr1 r t It si j Waists f J u About a dozen Silk Waistsi suffered a reduction in price i t t thWweek Nothing wrong M jwithtthe Waists though y Why reduced If Ortobight grade for most peoples pock t etlfooks thatsAll We err fed in thinking you wild T Ihuy the mostt stylish crca fo 4 4 dons of the season no mat 1 1 l+ ter how ti much theyd costatt lv So wo take our medicine f nut our hands in our pock 1C 4f ets and give you the profit 1 4 Well if the lot tJont change k 6 owners this week well miss j i our guess 498 for Waists that sold at t750 4 360 for 5CO Wafcts V Remnants f lL2a rThese reMaauta are tine re eillt of the brisk selling that Mias been going on lately inJevery department Here are new goods and stylish in short pieces and odds and ends If you have nse for short lengths and you are sure to find something you can usethis sale enables you to retain just about half what the goods would oth erwise coat you Kernuauta Wash Goods It Ghallles It Embroideries Co Laces Ribbons Boys Suits I I IUBbuys a neat Suit good quail ty bought to sell at 500 81 OS for Boys Worsted Suits worth W60 Boys Blue Serge Suits all wool best quality out to 860 Men 25c SUSPENDERS now 15c- M ens Linen COLLARS and CUFFS seconds Collars 4c each Cuffs 9o pair xP d3 VV s 6rrkS01JXrI I UUIUiUUUUiUiUUJUUUUUUU IINUIUUIIldUlU1111UNUlIIIIUIIfi salutary meting Striped Like Philippine War Iu no of his dispatches Lord Roberts point out that if tho Boors aro deter mint to maintain tho struggle tho moun tainons nature of tho country in wind the lighting will bo done is largely in their favor As there tho Boers will o no reason to abandon tho strug glo t Moving they can lose nothing by contii ning and gain nothing br giving up th i fight it is not unlikely tho war will a on in a way for months It wi bo ng icrrilla warfare corned on by men who rent homo and show no inclinai tion t 1 leave their home As i matter of fact tho British in South Afrioa are face to face with a sit ratio precisely similar to that which coat nts the Americans lu the Philip pipes and there is little outlook fcr a early end of hostilities in either place Tho v ay of tho imperialist is hard McKinley arid Roosevelt 4 To Investigate More Charges I So many extraordinary charges have been published in tho United States that Gov Gen Wood haJ decided to appoint u special commission consisting of ono American Army ofllccr and two Cuban civilians to hear testimony offered by nnono who wish to make specific charg es of malfeasance in office or official ox travagance Tho commission will have power fully to investigate tho charges itand to compel tho attendance of witness es at court A newspaper In tho United States recently asserted that Auditor Brooks was in receipt of fiOOOa year os salary while as a matter of fact ho receives only tho pay and allowance of a First Liouton ant of cavalry- u Local papers which publish charges against officials civil or military will bo requested to divulge tho sources of their information and also to lay bolero tho special commission all details and data in their possession The Biggest War in Hatoi i In the late cable news of them of the German minister to China1 fostrncttonofjdl iib 1 l rh Aii dccaratlod international troops shall not be thed to enter that city there is to be what is tho cause and the probajginning of a definite warbetwee 1 na and tho Allied Powers now c seated on tho 8emoot action J Tho outcome of this war is ofY a foregone conclusion It is then j ping of the end of China a rej tile 1 provocation for that discmbcrmta dntta t this Flowery Kingdom Mich thfi that JC jjgroat Estop arP4coaovi r1 1 y1ta en JeteEq1tNl byt thet 0Jslfanoadr war laid tinenwcaknes of China There trifoejc travagenco in tho statement j Withe doom of China will be sounded ili tho allied roes outside the gates ofJkia The peril of the present Bltmoa however is that itpromisesI almeSt In evitably to precipitate that genera Ear ropean war which for years hap ben thQ dread and nightmare of the fcMliz ocbellefRussia England and Japan mils flow r be disposed of in this settlemeni of Jhe now Chinese question without a clash between these hostile and jealoas na j tions For this reason tho most i iet t news from China u qmiaosfftq t n4e gree It begins to look as if thai Kind tcenth Centurys closing year Into 1 At nQIIS what may not unlikely dev pIh to the biggest and bloodiest warsrroWn- to history t ROSY VIEW Ii Taken ot Dfkocratie Prospcta 1 Next Fin 1 tfGeorge N Jeaaco a roprecntatlvo of iithe Democratic Congressional Commit tee who Is in Louisville to inquire 1M i a th politicai f yj pow days 11 wilneon I t ltitho foua4r- a 1 majority of tho leaders on both sides r in favor of harmony and will express an opinion that Kentucky will bo safely in i bothinious convention is held at Lexington in next month ho said and all blck rings ate left out the factions will get together and the State ticket will bo elected 1 have talked with a number of politicians sinco 1 have been in Kentucky and I will be in favor of harmony Those who supported Mr Goobel in his race and those who were opposed to him will unite and vote for Mr Bryan I have a reason to think that tho majority of tho Brown vote will go to Bryan this and from what I have hoard in the First Second Third and Fourth Districts I gotthenot go to the polls at all in November I will report to my committee that in my opinion which is formed from talks with leading po c18nsiboth Bryan and the State ticket fall In tho second district I talked with men from each county some who voted for Mr Goebel and some who voted against him and I found that they were all united on Bryan and I was assured that tho district would give its normal Democratic majority this fall Mr Bryans chances this fall MrJesse said The Democratic Io party is better organized and better pro pared to mako a tight today than it way three weeks before the election in 1890 especiallythoBryanbutnot fear any evil effects on tho interests of tho country in the event of his elec apreowith 1they1 lieve that the trusts and imperialism are questlnn IIductedI s ou v vv w tom e right of statehood will never bo extended Dont Rub SoresI i Iu the taco for the Gubernatorial nomII ination between Goebel Hardin and Stone overzealous partisans fell into 4 violent abuse of the candidates they op i posed and between them lashed tho elements into a fury of prejudice that would be qnellod at no bidding and the result ripened into bolters and tho Brown ticket Tho COURIER theo warned r Democrats against the suicidal course This spirit Is again rife in some papers who are over ready to denounce bolt ers when they themselves are tho really manufacturers of bolters Sup port your choice with zeal but doutj try to promote your choice by the alb Icgod demerits of his opponents fox a whilst you may make him the nominee you are forging chains that will help this detest before tho people x u II I I rr a 1IJHickman CourierI ORG1 WARREN Publisher TIlE RAN KENTUCKY 1 1 Dr Talma CURRENT TOPICS of against the law to spit o Get sidewalks Lesion tare a strong dislike to tIle B ifac peppermint d CbrltI InIi ca Ga in one week to areCopyrlcht1500000 worth of articleDr Tama preaching tomed in London weekly the great cltlPrltnin Employes 85000 for which he desccn Jp her merchant service rsmUlQw 1 1I dl lJkroductJn thept- s t ntno thqf 60000000 tons for Ole yeartoc Thclex rage walking pace of a ltealtrelilatl or women is said to l e 15 std q minute Twivtiefollnrsi and thirty cents i the unit t7 allowance of 7051 pen sioners It the state of South Caro Linn y- London now has two electric sub City and Waterloo railway t 41YSthe1 and South London rail the lmmofreteu Ire smoked almost ex Cheynejey in Germany Austria 4UUltl Greece u and generally throug- Iurupe Lord Kitchener is a freemason of high degree anti holds the office of r district grand master of Egypt awl the Soudan Tune circulation of the London news papers has increased from SO to 100 per cent since the beginning of the war in South Africa The nearest approach of a comet to the earth observed wan in 1770 when one approached to withinA400 000 miles of our planet Memphis wants to have the Forrest monument ready for dedication dur ing the confederate reunion which is to be held in that city next year Then nicipalauthoritles of London Are enfffjed in the establishment of terlliziwt milk plants in different parts oAhe English metropolis In coining such modern words as telegram photograph etc the Japanese have recourse to the Chinese language as we do to the Ureek A floating variety theater to be towed from one watering once to another along the coast is affltenglish idea for the coming snmme season The word hussar is from the Mug yar word houtzar meaning the twentieth Hussars nl cavalry soldiers were first confined to Hungary Senator Hoar frequently amuses himself by piano playing He plays well It is said but tow save his Intimate frI nds have ever heard him + An enormous quantity of old fron in the shape of old anchors and chains is annually rescued from the sea During one period of 12 months as much OH 150 tons weight was rdrehgcd up on the east coast of Eng land alone The married and unmarried women of the United States of Colombia South America are designated by the manner in which they wear flowers in their hair the senoras wearing thorn on the right side and the senoritas on the left Statistics have been published to show that liralnworkorn arc long lived Five hundred anti thirty emi nent man and women of the present century were taken and their duration of life gives an average of 08 years and 8 months- A prehistoric city covering several hundred acres has been discovered In Mexico The ruins were covered with earth but the excavations already made show that the discovery iirxone of great importance front an arehae logical point of view A school of employes has been strirt cd In one of the shops of the United States Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Co of Cincinnati The company has fitted up a room with drawing appa ratus nod instruction will be given in the companys time Queen Victoria knits beautifully and has made several woolen wraps the princess of Wales has worked cushions and Princess Christian knitted a number of comforters for use In the hospital train equipment under her supervision Some journeymen bakers in Dopt ford England threatened to strike because their employers mude it a custom to hold prayers cm Sunday night before preparing tho dough for Monday bread and refuse to pay for the time tales spent t M Dnnyez of tile Pasteur institute in Paris has found a microbe which will wlpo rnfn out of existence He has tried the effect of his microbe in wareliouaes farms anti other places e cud in CO per cent of the CUBOS time rats completely disappeared A substitute forefinger was shown a by a Koenigsberg doctor at n surgi cal congress in Berlin He had cut off the patients second toe and sewed it to the stump of the missing finger Primary union followed and the new linger could he moved by its owner In Jewish marriages the woman is always placed to the right of her mate With every other nation of I ceremonyIA tongue made of rubber and rest log on a pivot set between the teeth s l olonf to a New York man He is able toutalk distinctly and freely and tats wSS t ease+ Mlnr ota which hiss a population of I3g820 and which cast 139C20 votes ALT Bryan in 1606 and 3230 votes Sir the soundmoney democrat Jc ticf fhits only one dally democratic mperI- jr J u I I HOSTILIT RENEWED yai Lord Roberts Sl estcd Disarma ment to the Boff Commandant t 1Gen llothn Decllnrn to Surrpiiilrr nt the Ind i f ai Armistice Iaitt lour for se UnII London June 17A rumor Is rife In the city that Lord Roberts Is ne gotiating with President Kruger nnd Gen JJothn through their wivoa re OJurrrlldrrr Satur South tiny morning is a telegram rom Capo pwi Cojineiiig that the ministerial n 1II1Lfdoprellled Sir John Uordon Sprljrg hopes to have a ministry formed b Monday and It is believed Mr ItoscMnnlH will accept a portfolio A dispatch from IjoIngH Nek dated Saturday says Gen Christian llothas butswith a t K flmced force The Gorman ambulance captured by Gen huller has been sent to Durban whence it will be allowed to return to the Transvaal via Delagoa Isis The war olllce has received the following niensagt from Lord Roberts Pretoria Tune 1C Rustenburg was occupied yesterday by Radon thishplace tomorrow to meet ltaden Pow ell and repair the telegraph between Pretoria and Rtistenburg Hunter Is moving from Potehef stroom Hit advance brigade expects to reach Johannesburg June 1- 9lluller I hope is at Standerton Heidelburg will be occupied from this place shortly and then the Orange River colony will be completely cut oft from the Transvaal ItadenPowell reports that time dis trict through which he passed In settling down satisfactorily Over 1000 stands of arms were surrendered and lions Eton end 1iet Kruger son of the president were to aKike submis sion to him yesterday having been previously disarmed of their farms Ilothnn army has retired and Is believed to be at Mlddlehurg ills rear guard fas surprised and entire ly routed by man Hamiltons mounted infantryThe office received the following dispatch from Uen lluller- Lainps Nek June 15 Friday Now that Natal Is clear of the enemy I wish to time ills graceful private prop erty tlillattention ipart of the colon Thor wilful and needlesSrdaniage visible everywhere nn4J houses when not completely wrecked have been desecrated with filthy ingenuity That this has been done with the consent of tho leaders isjprovcd by the taut that wll1lcin Chnrltown every hourc was wrecked In Volksrust two miles oft but in the Transvaal every house was intactLondon June 10Lord Roberts according to a hoer dispatch from Maehadodorp sent a message to Com mandant General Louis Ilotlia on Juno 13 suggesting disarmament and com plimenting the bravery of the burgh ers It was pointed out that the surrender would be without dishonor to tho burgher and would prevent much sutTcring Gen llotha asked for u six days armistice in order to confer and to consider it Lord Roberts consent ed to five day Finally Gen llothn declined to accept the proposal and hostilities were renewed The hoer commnndoes are retiring on HIddleburg followed Uy the Brit Ish cavalry and artillery occasionally shells reaching the rear guarda Tho doers are dOlltroJlng tliusbri1ges nnll burning the veldt behind them carrying lilT provisions and cattle and leaving the country barren The Boers continue to work the Barbcton mines says a dispatch from Lourenco Marques and there are eight cur loads of bar gold valued at Afl000000 with President Kruger Mrs Steyn in his proclamation de daring the Free State free and inde pcndent says the fact that the army Is yet In the field renders Lord Rob eels annexation contrary to Interim tional law In a dispatch to the war ofllce from Pretoria dined yesterday Lord Rob erts says that Gen lladenPowell hue Just arrived there NOT AFTER TAYLOR Oov Sloiif linn Itpcrlvril Xo Itr Uli t- tlou Prom iov llrckliani of Kcu tuck for strn lIoli ills Harriaburg Pa June 19001 Stone has received no requisition from Dov Ucikhnin of Kentucky for tho extradition of exOov Taylor who Is a delegate to the republican national convention Oov Stone will attend t banquet and if a requisition should be received at the executive depart aunt in his absence it would hardly be noted upon in his absence Thu itories that Taylors frionds have written him asking that extradition papers be not issued If a requisition should be made upon him during time KcntuokianH stay in IonnHylvanla ire denied nt the executive department Severe Sturm In MU ourl Webb City Mo June 10A severo triad storm swept this section Sun lily causing heavy damage The shaft houses of three zinc mines near hero were wrecked both ends of the Morn phis railway section house were blown In School Ilnllillnur llarneil Chicago June 11fJle Dciiglan shoot located at Thirtysecond and forest avenue one of the largest fn ttltutions of learning In Chicago was destroyed by fire Qunday night toss n building WSidoo t FIGHTING IN THE PHILIPPINES The fiillcil States Purer Unit TwoI KuKUKOiiKiitn of Imporlunee- Innt Work Manihi Juno ISh United Stnl forces hull two engagements of Ittt portance last week Tho troops tin tier Gen Vunston and flea leant QrI gunlml an advance with parts of AVo regiments and two guns against 800 rebels in n mountain stronghold cagt of llliicnabntn where It was supposed1 Capt Roberts of the 36th rogiinctit who was captured lust month nl San Miguel do Mayumo was held caiittvo ma117tll11lcnltieK rough country but the rebels rctreat el1 only ti few resisting and their stronghold was occupied and burnerj An result of lust weeks scouting 00 Filipinos wore killed 200 were cap tured and 300 titles with 28060 rounds of ammunition were surren tiered Threw Americans were killed Malurlal fewer has been premlat since April in parts of Canto and Ua t tangus provinces which are gnrri Mined by the tGth and 30th regiments Thirty per cent of the men of U regiment are un the sick list Of tw battalion In llatangas province o has 150 sick mad the other HO MOLDERS PAY REDUCED The AVnicr Scnlr In Kffrrt Prior t- Ins 1L1UtIIturIIrhl Kntlre mlltr ARfttfll Detroit Mioli June 17The co r- frrenee i between the committee of nine from the Molders Union Of America and the administrative coun cil of time Kouiulrymena National as sociatlon tndrd with the decision that tho advance In pay for molders iInt Ctnelnnati Cleveland anti Chicago of 32 crnta pur day would not be grunted The molders in the three clUes named were getting 260 per day for bench work anti 273 for floor work On May 1 the request for n raise wn refused but a temporary raise of10 cents ler day was granted to remain In effect until the present conferencei The action of the association restore the wages In effect prior to May 1 The dfclMon affects nil cities IB the United States because had a rah been grunted to thr inoldcraof Cini cinnati Cleveland and Chicago IIt would have affected all cities where the association has members ELECTION IN HAVANA hen Alejandro ItuclrlBUri Nntlonnl- Ul Hlrrlrd Mnjror fly nn Ovrr- MhrlmluR Majority Havana Tulle 10ice Alejandro Rodriguez natlonaliRt was Satunlay elected mayor of Havana polling 13 073 votes against S03t cast fcj Senor KiitrnJa Morn vototfell about 4trek rg tratlon The natloftal 1 ftrrtjlf eetot its entire ticket 13 councilman tit d treasurer one correctional judge an three municipal judges Thr othe correctional judgeship fell te an 1In dependent candidate an dkl aim the fourth municipal Judgeship Of the six other councilmen four are rrpub leans and two nre natlnimlista who ran Independently Reports train every part of tIe ta land go to show that jMirfrrt onltlr prevnllud nt the polls PLAYED WILLIAM TELL t A St Ioul flay Attempted to Iiti a IlrlcU Off a ilnynntea Ilendtt tIJ llndlv AVounilril a St Louts Juno 17 Robert hoed CnllHori here with almost fatal results Tlicl boys got a revolver and for awhile amuxed thoniKolvcs tlourlnhlHg tb weapon In wild west fashion Then they remembered time story of Win Tell and Hoimle agreed to reprctunt young Toll using part of a brick in stead of the apple Collier fired nt the brick but hit his companion fin the cheek Inflicting a wound which IM serious PHILIPPINE TYPHOON land Vu hil Out Drill Inir the Ar rlvnl nt the Dili Itrulmrnt fo- ran Week Manila June 10rhc entire eoiuu lur corps at Manila ealleil to pay their respects to thu United Slnttw coin mrllHlonoJH Imeuded by JudKe WIlIiun II Taft A typhoon has wsMliwl out the ruin t betweenl lariat seal Manila iloluvlntr time arrival of the DUt regiment inr typhnhasn port Hanonak to return to Ithe hay wharo situ now awaits a moderation of the weather Ucrnilfd fur the IlilllpiiltirH Woahlngton June 10 I 1ftn n lion drud recriiita for thin regular army in the Philippine nn now buiny ciilint cd and iifwoiubliMl In Now York harbor and Columbus Harracks Ohio to Hail on the trariaporUi lluford timid Kiljmt rlolc about time 1st of Novumhur next to take time plollll of enlisted norm whose tunas of service will expire this jeai Moil Mllln H outline Work Toilet 111 Tune 10twoof tho three rod nulls of the Illinois Steel Co here resumed work after being slut down for several weeks lie tween 500 and 000 men are given em ploynn mil Nearly all departments o the steel mills are now running hinges Aatnlnst lunsdottnr London June 10 Charles Williams IorlllnjfIlflderilpwne secretary of state for war Bullerdispatches s Itoh D EGLINES THE HONOR eaGov Roosevelt of New York Does Not Want the Vice Presidency TO H II riminI nut oil fur iovrrmir II Ilia Itriiutillfniiii of That Mute In Ills llPKlrt Xii TrIU hilt tile OuUoiiic riilludolphta Tune 1UOm Tlico lore Koosuvolt hall made as Hpcoific n rtfuaalI of tile nomination for vice jirrnidcnt as he could possibly make ill view of time fact that time nominal tug convention lute out met mud that fiw of the delcgatloiiH eaucuticd swathing In u Hinnll room faring n cninil of newKpajior men he made the fnllDwiiig statement reading It from 41 couple shoot of inanuftcript talktte Jf myself as thu vlco preflidentlal can Dilute 1 have this to stay It Is Im jMinxllil too deeply to express how thosetotogates who have wished mo to take notnii ttMi4try to say how thoroughly I iml ratund the high honor anti dignity of the ofilcc an otlicc no high summit honorable that It Ila wen worthy the- o mbitlon of may man in the United iateL nut within t appreciate all thin to the full 1 nave hrless feel mont deeply that tho field of my blOAt iiMfiilntHn to the public anti to tho pray IB In Now York state unil if tho- Irto should see fit to renoinlnatn me for governor can in that pool lion help the national ticket OH in no other way I very earnestly auk that r iTv friend of mint in tint ronvon nn rrujxct my wlnh mid my Jwlg iwnt in thin matter the NtHteiuuiit noted IM a cold water ilourhe un Ipso ineinlxni uf time New York delegation who had phinuwl to iHimlnnie Clue other candidate for 1aftirr the xtntemtint wag rectlvml by whammy of the delegations an a more re Iteration of Roo evoUa original tile hratloH of lack of desire of the none illation Several delegates exprmeetl the ol lon that the situation wunkl fienil rhMHge and that if ItocHnrvHts namr wan pronontwl to the t flnr ntliin IIn woHkl be untnliiRtod and woukl Hut Ilore to refuse It in pointed out an fgnlttmnt that tIKV Roocewlt will not mwert that ke will tlocltNe the oflloe If H0mltMtel tar hopes however with the ski of Senator Ha n HO to defeat the plan to nnminatp him DIG PARADE Vttr allies sit flub MorrIs Through i tlhraStrrets1 fir HIP lion nlun gJt 1IIWL J iA T fal iie IS Five infliw oosebdl i tvsikrbtthe ahorte t way of tlttlellblHr time tn iioiit of time rUtitliiff oath local po Itticml1 climb IR this city sat Higlit- Ulillo idle crowds were COM jfrtffH to Illg slang llrwwl street to view the parade fie Nwlghhor of the freet- lttllt arrived tram Canton O There worn 160 In tin sorts not IneliiillHg tIme1 big bench They wore met by u tHfJrtIIjffl throwffli that gmhertng erowda to thltjK ntloHl le then gnthertHl thorp The appunranie of the Caittimft pro theyAI were gree eontlnHOw herring Ilrhnn1 Nol n Oniullilntr onntorePnlrbankc prt ldud at the meeting of the Indiana u legation anti was clue son chalnnau He announced that ho would not ace pt tho nomination fort villa president under any circwu utancfW After Kalrbankti the delcgu ttQn Is for Roosevelt If lie should nql run lima legations vottM will ho scattered among several entail Jute Col Dn tins nomination an governor n qulr his place to be filled on tho t national committee Harry Xcw of tl IndlnnapolU Jour- nalIi Wits elected r fillI tI ionnoy hinny llr IIccltd CummIUnlh- tlndulphinI TfOO JOJhe lenn ivunlii dclegatlb met andI unnnl rilionsly reelected H II MI So Quay rpm I OIlnl jponmitttct inn from that ttate Col Quay Ijfi Allied nml he waa alfto nmdo chnlrmai i f time delegation I llnj KriniU IL IHIM u mix Driul- IllHTOiia June 131nJ Fniuk H liiinihi of Gen ig stnlT died on X onUny of yellow vat miteI Kd sands IK reported ti be iniiph better 1 lit town of QuemacV has burn quar 1 1 tined ngaiiiHt the rnfok mum no Idler IB allowed ttanter limo dot I lr ore afitlMilcd vviVile eltnatlon In I nvtma whore only row CII UH have d jvclopcd This conji tiring the feet t wit the rainy memo tins net in In r imarkuhle The citwiIey ulrcndy ex irieticed a lieaviur n of rain this t seal than through all of last 1IIr B IILustoni Receipt Is Cuba I Washington June lv lima war de partment reports that ftH customs reo cfiptH in the Island ofli ilm for the flVst four montliH of IttG1 were 5 4i400n nn Incrcniie of 09811 overt tie customs receipts for the corre fondlng months last year Over the falls Kingston Jamaica lilt 11Jrltittb ttiiana mail news repotrw another accident on rl lIe 10 wheat J uoat with n persons were prcclpltnt over the falls of Ciiyunl river and mashed to teciM All wer font I J 4Q Iflf Vyhs HI T THE CENSUS It Will Iie rWfcok llrforu the flesh of the I5uMMirr tor Work Will HP Aliiiln Known WiiHhlnglnn June in lIrector Mcrrhuu of the censiiH bureau wild Monday that the results of the work of the onutnenitorM could not bo known for at leant two weeks and it might be a month before the first bulletlhim ix issued He stated Ipositive ly that time oily news In regard to the count would be made public through bulletins lanucd at time Oenntm sake The iMuimtratorK are strictly forbid len by law to give out Infonnution of any kind In regard in their work tad It they violate this law they will bu heavily third The director said that In view of this condition silly llgurtH prevented BH the work of the enumiratorfl other than those con tained In the bulletins of the criuum oHico would b mere Mpoeulatlon and could he of no value limo count of tho population in time large cities lis- praetI oily completed and about 1St 000 tMiiiinoratlon districts have been reported un finished The nuinbur of iii itIs received from eniiinerutora up to date laI about 80000 It will re quire at last five days to chock up the work of the vnumvnitont In onletI to iiKcertnln the paymcntn due Ibis will IM done In till various clllon When this UI finished time curds will IK forwanled to Watdiliigton where the actual tabulation of returna will be begun It IN probable that Wash Intrton n C will lw time first city rinse poiiiilmlnn will IM nnnouneed and following thU probably will come Cinelnnatl Director MorrlHin nald Monday that the work WUIt progre Ing very KatUfHotorlly QUARANTINE RECALLED Culllurnla Dflrunlro lit the llriul liras iiiivrntlon Say Thrrv In u Ilnirui In San PranrUru WuMhlnglon June 10A 1I1I1II1r of the members of time California delegation to thplhllndelphln convention called at the white house and protewt cd to the prwrtileHt annlnit the aetloH of Dr Klnyoun the government quarantine ollk r at Sun Fnunsises III dct taring R quarHHtlnp ngnhifct rltl sells of Cttlffontlci IMv4ug the state on act ouut of tho U l1l priMtiiv of bubonic plHgw In Sea lrttriHo The delegation liMbitrd that there was nut smith had not been n s1HKhI rose of the Itlll gHc In the rtty stud heratilettl- as l OHtmteo tilt aeUou of Dr Kin yoHH The pr H4 laMt tailed up Ai4aUiMl Secretwrj SiMiiikUitK on the telnphone ouch loaniMl trait him that Dr RIM yoHtta qimniHtlne order had been re mllml already by the tntaatiry deport muM finis InforiiMtloii teas mtMnv third to the itwmWr of the deliM 4int 5 rhjr nj1fulICIIII1tl fternae win take no further section In the tastier HAVE ASKED FOR HELP 101 Ilrr Tlirrnlrii till Ornlrur- I Ion uf lit Clly of Vlrfflnln In Allnnriiln DiilHth MhiikI June ItWIta U left of Ume city ef Virginia1 hi thmit onwl by anutkar aerloM are A te 1li gram wits rieHviMl frotH YlrgttilH stet IRK that forest Am were thrcnteiiitiK time Iowa Should time wind Milt In vr lodly sash shift townnl tko north the IwlHHrv of the citywowkl lw wiped satA request was mantic thai help he- cleat front here A fire i itiHu sal n good aupply of hON were seat with1 four men OH a tll1 train A later toloyrflHil ruM that tke lum her plies JJ fl r tko edge nf time town wero buttling whloli lnrre Ml the tiaHNurt Crnnlle llulli Minllrrril Cheyenne Wyo June l0rime Mowing oil of sixty feet of the top of n large granite butte near the Cushing nillrond ctunpn on the Sher man hill outofT grade occurred with out nccidont The shot WRit emir poHud of 10000 pommels of black ipon der Four thouadiid ruble yanln of Imnl granite were blown ofT shot tertd and rolled down Into Dale creek volley below At least one more large stint will be needed to complete the work About 3000 ex pcnue wan saved by the shot Vlif Neely nor Null York June 10Jhtl examina lot of C F W Xeely on time charge of being coiineet Hl with time Cuban 1111- 1tll I fraud which tins been MMlK ncd H number of tlmW and untg set for Monday Ixtforn n Inltfd Stales com mlMiloiirr WM ngaln povtponud to next Monday Nee ly may never be arraigned before Conunlaloui r alilclda again an the paMHigo of the bill by congress relhtlng to Cuban extra dition inakea it iinneeeMCiry AsIrrnuenf lieu Vherlrr WnHhlngton lone 10By direction of time president Gun Joseph Wheeler WAtt nwdgmd to flu command of ttho ilipiirtincnt of tho limbos with hcud riuarliTH nt ChUrago lIe relieves Brig lienl Jaunts P Wade who lots hold that command temporarily in conjunction with his regular coma mand the department of Dakota Ail American ICIIIrit London Juno IUrA report of the light of lollud river station says that Louis Seymour nn American mining engineer who was with Chief Kck KteltiV group of Rand mines was shot dead by an explosive bullet strut lug him In the forehead I nllounl husk In Iliinoluln San Francisco June JUCol 0t W Maclarlaiid rind associates of Hono lulu have been grunted a charter to organize Itutu first national bank of Hawaii which bankwjll act as a gov ernment obligation No IISoII Mlit Susan Wyroar Mitt Futon 1C year teacher in the Rich mond Khoul Xlticagu III write the tel lowing letter to Dr mrtnun 1e mil na She tyt Only tltute rtjtardlnltttdiffered as 1 hare wen know what it it to be able to find relief in 1eruna This hu ben my experience A friend in need it a friend indeed and every tuttle of 1eruna I ever bought proved a good friend to WynurMn 1714 Narth Su erier Si lUrin tity Wit writen I feel so trl lAd good and happy new that- pen lInnet tItribe It leoruna Iie ersp bttlfaofltetiJIenlona t Itrltlf and emergencies peculiar to wawtn caused by pelvic catarrh A ldr M Dr lUrtman Olutnbu 0 for a free beak far worsen enly LITTLE BUT OH MYI now M IuiTMiril Lawyer Jlllpnutli M Timid Srrvenl tutu IIU- Iniiiorlnnrr Thii Ilhlf tterv iis attributed tsea TrilworsIWt InJtwJelIMfhee 1 kliti WWIntta- ti++ tal the knseber llte tlilalfba s w- saawrrd Ie a tblltl who was hilltttl1 caWbtllt r yw ami Mote the darktsuid antw r llic iLdarkI a Stilt thundrrrd tilt kW1cr- JII WIttd1 011 now mmmml yw wit Itonne yos melt him I1ttqnI a je Undcri4MITellJ eWKJiI and ditpi y timelimet bit UMN p atlehHg he rrnlM rukInKyou lat lirvWH J JlOl e de ftterual1 lord want tar nee ow right away tad Itrcpvrl Trmillion Verta 4ZHarold itmtMliTCIIA do d thanlbwlitukaOk 55t I let la How atlltiid W Mwf l Mtataac ewe HI msrb- o r rriiies hotbe4Jarimpsl nMHc Stray Stones Aoin the haul U Jailer ban a iiiRIX f Pinkham quailflesviewon any subject Is axperlenc mxmmrfanom crratos knowledj No other person has so wide an experience with female Ills nor such m record of success as Mrs PSnkham has had Over a hundred thou sand cases come kefore her oachyear SomapMsonallVf others by mall And this has been going on for2O years day after dayandday after day Twenty yoars of con stant SUDCOSS think of the knowlodgo thus gained Surely women arc wise In seeking ad vffco front a woman will such an experlonce especially when Illsfroo If you are III get a kettle of Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound at onoo thon write Mrs PInkhantf Lynn Masse aeiasr amaass sa Palmers LotionCU- RES PIMPLESRED SPOTSECZEMA CANKERSORE EYELIDS NRU1ES- eU 9 and all other skis troubles Use Lotion Soap In all cases Use CertaiiCoigfc ewe price t v i c 1 i= p Ir a- Yt + q r fIvtC fo tIIi a II IN A TENEMENT NOOSE Ten Lives Lost and Seven People I Injured In a New York Fire Brave Kfforli Mnite by the Iolle luen to Ileccue the Knralllet A Holder Sacrifice for Her Bablei New York Juno bTcn lives were InjureddurIngI stroyed a tenement houso at 31 Jack morningThe Wil liam Cotter 40 years old Ors Kato JosephCotterter I William Cotter 1 Louts Ma rlon 10 Mary Marlon 37 mlo Ma rlon 0 The fire appears to have started In tJto roar of tho hallway on tho second headwaybefore perilTholived on the fourth floor Cotter was n laborer and in addition to tho children who OeorgelOIUThe Marion family lived on the top floor Patrick turns appears to Kato 11 boon the first person in tho house who tvHB apprised nf the lire lie wan nwfifcencd by smolio andI he gave the iitonn to others in Miss Mnry Jor IBHS nimrtmenta whore he boarded AH OKonped except Burns who was fcewtruly Injured by flames Polloeman Knowles after assisting tie Horthjan family to escape from c his thlnlTloor of tho building mount oU one flight higher Flames shot out of the windows nnd Net flre to his feat He looked into tho windows of this Cotter apartment but cot J not MO any signs of life there The lam ily hail moved into the roosts only A taw tinys before and tho furniture VM to blanked up in front of the window s that the view wns obscured The brave policeman half sutYooatcd Uy the nqiokc continued to climb the lire escape till he ruached the top floor Hs hoard soroams coming front the Mtitiionrn apartments anti locating ttom assisted the dozed people down c the tire eseajHts- LouVi Marlon was killed by Jump Inc from n window When the fire IHH reached tho apartment of the family three of them were dead on 7thefloor and tho others unootuolouh In the Cotter rooms were found Mm Cotter while a few feet away tar the hotly of Mr Cotter with n tlMMt ehlkl under him In other parts a of LIla rooms were found the remain lilt inombors of till family Only two ifrtilom Mamie nnd George the lut Flkkf1 I d the T Murlon amrttnenta n confusion of flame and smoke burat Into his floe IH thfc midst of It nil with night KOWHM ablaze aud their hair blazing four of the children wre touring about the room shrieking in terrible agony Mrs Marlon huddlrd near thft win low With her bare arms wrnpjHxl f AltoHt her baby she was gimplD for I JlllV Tftree rushes were made Into the flume by the terrified woman cad Mnrgory Prank and Mamie wore t brought to Knowles after ho hind Ink en the baby lhe bllstera and soars wn welling on his hands and arms tail ho conquered his ngony and fin jilted his worK on the floor by finally currying the fainting form of tho ooumgcous another down the Ore tI oOafC A few momortn afterward the wom San died she had literally sacrificed licrnolf for her babies Rrneit Clevrnner IlnnvedQ Uhort Mo Juno 10 Brnost II Clcvangor Will hanged at f oclock Friday morning in the county court Clwdngor met death fearlessly and wnlkwl upon the scaffold unassisted He was pronounced dcnd In thirteen minutes from the time of the drop ChMOngor was hanged for the murder near Missouri City In 1817 of George Allen and Delia Clcvonger the latter lilt eoustn Clevongcr was enamored or his cousin and jealous of HI his attentions Hoc Ilnnt named Iloekport Ind June 16lho main plant of the Itockport Box Manufac turing Co was totally destroyed by fire The loss on building And stock Is estimated at 35000 with Insurance of 12000 Chins Lirb president of the company has largo contracts with the government for school sup plies to be sent to Cuba Humor says tho fire was Incendiary but It prob ably started in the holier room The corporation will rebuild at one Ireanliit the Indeninlty Claim Constantinople June 10The Unl tell Stntes legation has not yet re ceived a reply to the note regarding tho Indemnity question handed to the Porte on May 21 nnd Mr Lloyd C Urlicom United States Charge d nf Ialrcn Is making verbal representa tions to the government and press ing for a solution of the molten Hnrderer of the Joodwln Knnilly West Ncwflcld Maine Juno la- The coroners jury In the ease of Urn murders of tho Goodwin family ate West row fleld brought in n verdict that the deceased camo to their death by violc QO at the hands of George rhnuiplonUe n General Denial Paarfl Cups Colony June 17MrThqtuiil president of the Afrlknndci bond igresn denied the cuuge tbat tho AEWunders were part and parcel of a + uspirnoy to detach lirltish South Irla from tho crown I u MRS GLADSTONE DEAD The Widow of William E niniUione the Eliirllih HtnleaiHitn IHM- F1eacefally tear London Tune ILMrs Gladstone widow of William K Gladstone the noted English statesman died at her home Hawnrdcn nt 540 Thursday evening Sine had been unconscious for about 72 hours and died without recovering consciousness The news was immediately conveyed to the queen the prince of Widen the dean of Westminster tho dean of Lincoln Sir William Vcrnon Harcourt Sir Henry Campbell Ban nermnn Arthur J Balfour anti oth era In the course of the evening William Gladstone heir to llnwcrden arrived front mono shortly i by two sinters from London Tim bells of Hawardcn church rang muf fled peals By courtesy of the dens of West minster nod In accordance with ar rangements made In 189S the funeral will be hold In the Abbey file Inter ment probably will take ponce on June 10 being of as private n char utter an pONttlhlc Mrs Gladstone was married to Will tam K Gladstone In 1S80 61 yearn ago tier maiden name was Mist Catherine Glynne She was th daughter of Sir Stephen It Glynne of Hiiwarden castle Flintshire DECIDING CONTESTS The llpinlillenii Htlonnt Coniinllte- uKrit Ilimy Preimrnlory tn the Co in I UK Convention Philadelphia Juno 15Practicull the entire day was devoted to the Louisiana context by tho tupubllca- national committee and the contro versy wnn fdually decided In favor of what IIs known as tho Warmouth fac tion The contest from tho Wnjt Georgic district was decided In favor of the Dcuinux delegation The District of Columbia contes- allM ts settled In favor otsT ll June and W C Chase and against Dr Hob ert Hcyhurn and George W Ixe th latter a colored preacher PLAYED WITH THE GIRLS Klvr HIiidenlM Ktpelled From the Unl + rlly nt Triinemier They Will Appral- Knoxvllle Toxin Jwno ILPivstudents of the University of TetiiieM u were given notice nf expulsion TTicir Off Il couslfltwl of connection with the maiiHgt mcnt of playing a gauze of baseiKill with the Chicago Bloomer Girl tNiIn In this city Notice hind prcvloiihly been given that partlelKtHon In this game would be followed liy serious coneIc acne cs ThisI student niHtiiirtUlwtiiBtiitcefcIii mttn l m y w Wiworn oandldalOH for graduation next week Mlmwr on Cnnfeilernte Flag Davenport hu Jnne ILOne of the features of the annual encamp mont of the O1 It of lose was tho address by National Commander A D Sltns In which he duclarcd himself on the return of confederate battle flags Commander Shaw end the majority of soldiers believed the time was not ripe for such notion that the banner that wits furled nt Appo luattox represented dond past nail should not he brought to view again in this generation Eight Live Lost In a Klre New York June ILFire In n tone ment house at M Jackson street at 3 oclock this morning omi l the death of eight persons The dead nro Dan M Miller Daniel Mnrrlon Mrs Mary Marriott Mamie Marrion aged 18 Albert A Marrion aged 15 another ton aged 13 Klslc Marrion aged 7 Urnmil Marrion aged 4 nail Antoi nette Marrion aged 8 months The Matrlons were all of one family ihe Committee nniril Mliihrapolls June 1 5I M ling tin temporary chairman of the Sioux Falls populist convention lies mimed the commit too to notify Clinches A Townc of his nomination for vice president Among the members ore J 11 Cyclone Davis TCXIIH I M McCJublck Virginia W n Sattcll Missouri moil Thomas A Pcttlt Ken tucky The committee Is to meet in Kansas City Tidy 4 Three Killed liy a Train Hutehlnsou Knit June 15A San In Fe freight trait ran into and demolished a street our nt the Multi street crossing here Thursday killing three persons Mrs J S Patton Mrs Win Burtch Mud Mrs George Kown Mrs Patterns body was out in two Mrs Kown wns dragged from the wreck by her husband and died in his arms Kown wns badly injured but will recover Kennedy Mumt Ille row York Tune 151r Samuel J KcnmJdy must die for the murder of Dolllc lleynohfo In the Grand hotel in August 1809 Justice Fursman In the criminal brunch of the supreme court denied the application of his lawyers for n new trial Llnllainar Forrlgn Uollr New Orunnt June 15News was received IKerr that President Jglcsias of Costa mea had sent to congress u decree making legal the circulation in that country of tho money of the United States also tho gold coin of Kngliuid Trance nail Germany JnIllRItR Harrowing loey Kingston Jamaica June l51hocondition of the islands finances la RO bad that It law was passed author izing tho government to borrow 730 OOOfrom the imperial treasury at 3 uer cent to meet the deficits FORToATTAKUTJfflS Battle Between the Chinese and the Foreign War Vessels The BrltUh Hnd One Killed lbs German Three RaaiUna 0- ana the Preach OneJtaar- ere Wounded London Juno 10China declared war against the world when the Taku forts opened fire upon the In ternational fleet The accounts of what took place are still unsatisfac tory the best semiofficial Informa ition being the dispatch received at FootThe uaotlldal narratives coming by way of Shanghai vary widely aiid bear Internal evidence of supplement Ing the main facts with guesswork One dispatch says that tho Yorktown participated In the bombardment Another assorts that American ma rites formed part of the storming force of 2000 A disptuch from Che Foo doted yes terday afternoon says Tic forts on both sides of Taku are now occu epled The Chinese opened lire unex pectedly Tim casualties to the mixed force wore us follows Killed Hrltlsh 1 German II Ilus Ntiin iVounde1British 4 German 7 ItuiuJan 4S French 1 Chinese torpedo boats were seized The Shanghai correspondent of the Dally Mull telegraphing yesterday ohoY dience to orders from Fekln conveyed eudowngor by advice of Kang Yi pros dent of the ministry of war Sovcrnl warships were struck by shells from the IKlnch guns of the forts The henry HuMIaii losses were due to the blowing up of the magazine at Mniidshur thour hundred Chinese are report ed to lane born killed The Chinese ofetho Ititmlnn land fore The Dully News has the following from Cite Foo Two of the forts wore Clown up The 38 warships at lake nggregntcd 800000 tons and car ried more than too guns The failure of Adm Seymours col until and its retreat to Tien Tain In cmiae It is presumed the peril of the legations In Fckln which is still lao lated although Shanghai forwards kinetic rumors that the legations sere attacked by mobs who were mowed down by machine guns nncl- BIlK that the members of the legn UOIIH were massacred Ihe British consul at Kiu Kwnig has ordered nil fnrelgnero to leave Ku t1mfl1M + 1Dlf1ah h Ii- t lnAoiI r 1111 troophavel Frinch troop art waiting to embark nt Saigon capitalI of French Cochin idea and from 1000 to 5000 more ItiiNMluns hiivi liven ordered from fort Arthur to Taku Washington Time IP The Instruc HonK sent to Adm Kcmpff relative to liin participation in the seizure of tho Taku forts wore brutal consisting of n direction to protect nil American interests and to that end to net con currently with the representatives of the other powers It is explained that in the opinion of the authorities this under con ferred upon Adm KcmpfT ample power to seize torts to light or to do anything in fact on the sole condi tion that In his judgment his nets should tcud to the protection of American Interests Washington June 191he war de partment confirms the report that the ttth Infantry has been ordered from Manila to China Col Liscuni command the regiment which her had UK headquarters nt Tarlac about two hours distant by rail from Inenilii War department olllclals att that tho regiment probably is already aboard the transport anti ready to snit for China- Nnshington June 10 Owing to the eccentric action of the telegraphs wlros and cables which Interfere with Adm Kcmpff communicating with tho navy dcpurtiftmt and also with his superior officer Adm Uemey at Man ila the nay department tray give stint Kcmpft nn Independent com mend In the interests of quick ills patch of business Simla lime 10in consequence of the gravity of the Chinese situation the 7th llengal infantry has been ordered to proceed to Hong Kong Paris June 10The French first chi KM cruiser iiilchen and tho French armored cruiser Admiral Chorner have been ordered to lit out Immedi ately for China Paris June 10Thl gravity of tho situation In China is now fully recog papersdcmundtection of French citizens The measures taken by M Delcasse the foreign minister arc unanimously np proved but the general feeling now is that as the Chinese question is in one aspect exclusively French the government should do much uteri Will Sot Admit Muuor Dealer Tacoma Wash June l0lhe Wash ington grand lodga of Masons In ses short in this city has voted not to ad nit liquor dealers to membership in the order and declares present mem iI hers who are hi that business to with draw Mimt Pay u Duly Washington Juno tiUltlhr a de cision announced under the Vourd of classification of the United States general appraiser hospitals are not entitled to import surgical instru ments free 6f duty I SETTLED DOWN TO ABOYCOTT Outcome of the JltrnKKle Between the yt Loafs Traimlt Co nnd U Old Kninloye St Louis June 18lhe longdrawn LouisTransitemploJesIIdll strugglethe lines of u boycott The subunit ting of the question of the reinstntc meat of the former employes of the titbonene gotiations for a settlement of the strike but like all former contentions it has resulted In nothing the railway oflioials demanding an uncon ditional surrender on the part of tlc e melt As n result of the companys action r President Gompors of the American Federation of Labor has declared that bringthlupotheloenlslhLilIon the strike for the union Mr Gore IMTH urges the strikers to be law biding The boycott to be declared onlytowry person every business man nv try association noel In fact any ponulon or individual favoring it ii- any I tvny Some trouble was experienced on the Page avenue dlvlslon pdhe irran sit Co As n car was passing the cor Drr of Page and Taylor avenues It ex ploded n dynamite cartridge Both o the front wheels were shattered alld of time windows In tine car broken and the motorman was thrown violently from his position to the street lI- ais o bruised about the body but not seriously Injured The passengers on injuryDynamite freely used than on any day since the strike was inaugurated In addition to the wrecking of n car on the Page avenue division four other cars were wrecked list night in various parts of tilL city but no one was seriously injured A- IRr on the Baden division had its truck shattered the floor ripped up and the roof torn oft Mrs Kvn unman was roughly han dIed by amah at Marlon street andI Broadway As she alighted from a transit car site was quickly surround ed by a snob of girls who shouts- ttscab ut her A large throng soon joined the girls MrsI Doman ran down several streets with the mob fin lot pursuit and sought refuge in Jo xsph A Bones saloon in South Broad way but Dene pushed the woman back into the street A woman living over the saloon succeeded in gettitg Mrs Doman to her apartments but not before both hind been potted with mud and stones Sirs Doman was escort eel II II n bva Police officer The po oVl1IIChief of Detectives Desmond sent n dozen of his mon to the neighborhood of Broadway and Marion streets to lay wait for other crowds that might attack women An hour later two de teethes were sent to the locality with a woman as a decoy As soon as thu woman stepped off the cur she was lurroundcd by n crowd The del ec ties used their clubs doing much damage to the heads of those in the mob The crowd broke and ran The police did not attempt to arrest any of the mob as they had not committed themselves FIGHTING IN THE PHILIPPINES The United State loree thud Tiro KiiRaKcroent of Importance Last Week Manila Tune 8The United States forces had two engagements of Im parlance last week The troops un der Gen Funston and Gen Grant or ganized an advance with parts of flyo regiments and two guns against 300 rebels in a mountain stronghold cost of Blucnabata where it was supposed Iapt Roberts of ihe 35th regiment who was captured last month at San captivehemnnydllllculticsrough country but the rebels retreat ed1 1only n few resisting and their tronghold wax occupicdjtnd burned As n result of last weeks scouting SO Filipinos were killed UOO were cap tired and 300 rifles with 23000I aunts of ammunition were screen 1 lei Three Americans were killed r t prevaletminccaligns provinces which are gnrri regimentslIsirtyegimunt are on the sick list Of two attnllonsin Bntangns province one IRS ISO sick nnd the other 140 Finally Came tu firlef Ifcvshvllle Tcnn June 17P B iulllvau the insurance fraud who Derated through middle and west ennessee collecting money on bogus lollcles was convicted fined mud sea cnccd to serve 30 days in jail Sul ivan collected several hundred dol ira in southern Kentucky and in Uasourl He wns arrested in two Ccntucky towns but managed to I vado the law- Phllippiue Cnmnilmilon at Work Jfanlla Juno IBJudgo raft and Is colleagues of the civil commission legislativelaseso tho work of enacting new laws on eptember 1 when they assume Icgis itivc power CroUer lint Aotlilnjl tit Say Queenstown Tune 18 Hlchard Cro pr who Is n passenger on tutu Cunnnl no steamer Luconla outward bound hen asked to discuss the ice trust Ituntioh in New York replied that e hud nothing to say r Jn r e HrM FROM ALL OVER THE STATit J 1 f04 s 04 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION flight IlcleKBteHiytLarKti Selected to He Sent to ice KMHIMII City Convention Louisville Ky Tune 10 Character bell by harmony in marked contrast with the feeling that prevailed one rear ago when the democrats of ion lucky met in Musir hall to select a nominee for governor was ester days convention tho first since the InfltlKIblml1jno r select delegates from the state at large to the national convention at Kansas City It was half an hour after the designated time 2 oclock when Chairman Allis Young of the state central committee rapped for order and asked for n nomination for temporary chairman But one name WUH presented that of Ollie James of Marion county nail lie was elected jy acclamation secretarynthe appointment of United States Senator J C S Blackburn and Congressman John S ilea upon the committee on resolutions from tin state nexttbeing of n purely local and personal nature There were several other speeches by Congressman C K Whee ler exCongressman James M eI Crcury Hon Charles Mctcalfe Judge J B muck Judge Joseph II Lewis and lion W D Smith the three last named candidates for the democratic nomination for governor The con vention then adjourned until 730 pmIt was nearly 9 oclock when the tight session was called to order The commit e on permanent organi ration reporter in favor of Fronk B Daughcrty of Bardstown n towns man of Gov Bcckham for permanent chairman while the rest of the tern porary organization waa1 iade porno Went The report recommended that the number of delegates front the 1elute at large to the national coerce lion be increased from four to eight- H also recommended that Allie W Young be retained as chairman of the state central committc X11 discus sloe arose over tLc nuiutra of dole gates to the national contrition The convention voted down nnatnenament to send four delegates to Kansas City instead of eight and the report of the committee was then adopted Senator Blackburn rend the roper of the committee on resolutions The platlomls from Kentucky to cast their votes fok Bryan and to vote as a unit on all questions Tie republican nationsI policy was denounced In its entirety 1 as were separately imperialism tin Porto Rican tariff bill the maintenance of an army in the Philippines and the financial policy Sympathy was expressed for the two South African republics Trusts were denounced The democrats of Kentucky were con gratulated for their course In the recent troubles Time assassination of Gccbcl was declared to be the result of a republican conspiracy and AVm S Taylor and his official nets were de nounced Senator Blackburn after reading the resolutions addressed the conven tion on n proposal to modify the pres ent clcctlonjaw known as the Goebel law He saiaUhe committee had been perfectly harmonious and that it haul agreed that modification of the law which he said had been n failure was necessary This he sold hind been the opinion ofGov Gocbel himself The amendments recommended arc such na will give the two lending par tics equal representation on election hoards and the democrats claim insure n fair nail honest count The committee also favored nn educe banal qualification for voting These changes Senator Blackburn said it had been decided to leave to the con vention to nominate a governor which wilt be held Tiny 19 in Lexington Modification of the Gocbel election law it is said was advocated by Wm J Bryan who lies written democratic leaders here urging thnt they be made The report of the committee on resolutions was adopted The following dclegntesotlargo were then unanimously elected GoveJames B McCreary Louis McQuown Charles B Poyntz James I Gregory William S Pryor N W Utley nnd Co- W Bransford After the election of Morton K Yontz nnd N U Hayes as presidential electors the convention adjourned Sew Pen Are In Frankfort Ky June l6The state offices nnd records were turned over to the democratic officers by representatives of the retiring republican officials in accordance with the order of the court of appeals The new offi cials began Immediately to move in Will It lie Honored f Frankfort Ky June 15Gor Beckhnm has mode a requlslon on Gov Mount of Indiana for the ex tradition of E P Lee tinder arrest at Indianapolis and wanted for trial at Owensbaro where he is charged with embezzlement A lloaNa Uenollhed Owensboro Ky June 15At Central City n flash of lightning out of a cleur sky demolished n new house Jamus Jenkins was badly burped and Charles Jenkins and Philip Edwards were unconscious for several hours i REQUISITIONS FOR TAY May Attempt IIU Arrrnt In In- pliln Cor Stone May Foil Guy Mounts Uxnmple t Frankfort Ky June 18Tl 1 officials as well as represcnta the prosecution will neither nor deny the report that rcqi on the governors of Ohio W e glnla and Pennsylvania for th h1fJLltielputlfnI r tlon It is the general here that the attempt to arrest m will be made after his arrival iff Phila delphla JlA sons perinurgingby Goy Mount ln the eventqlaylor ill arrested und cxGov Taylors friends say they have assurances fTom lend ing republicans of Pittsburgh tb2tjiat rcqusition will not be honored intMat state fx II REFUSED POSSESSION The OMce and Funds oT tIe Trca- arrr of lientteky Sow In Iu Reunion nf the Sheriff Frankfort Ky June 18 There was trouble in the treasurers office when S W linger the democratic treats urer applied to W Long former as sistant trpasurcr for possession of the office and the contents of the vault Long stated that he had wir 4 ed Tycnsurer Day and had received no answer and ask that he be given more time as Attorney Kdelen had r told Milt that he had no right to give up time office being but a representa the of Treasurer Day and not an of tidal who gave bond Treasurer huger hied himself to Judge Moore and procured a writ ol possession nail the office is now In possession of the wellknown Sheriff B F Suter Mr Tong states that he can not open the vault until he heart from Mr Day- REPUBLICAN CONVENTION It Will He Held In Louisville July IT to Xomlnnte a Candidate for Oovemor- i 01 Louisville Ky June 18Tic re publican state central committee met turdt1 decided to hold the convention to nominate n candidate for governor in Z this AudiJprlm Intensity uly 17 I agreedI IOCIvotes chat for McKinley in 1590 or a traction over 50 County committees will call a con vention or primary elections for the selection of delegates to attend the convention on Saturday July 14 tit hour and manner of selecting dele gates to be left entirely to the count committee roitmniitcr MUxIntr i Paducah Ky June 171he poll 11 office department has been notified to I ofIpostmaster had two 100 orders cashed Saturday one at Metropolis 111 and one here both assigned to himself lie then skipped There if no such man here as the one to whom the order was made outii Judge W Ib IltiMoll Dead Lennon Ky June 17 ExJudg W E Itussell died at his country home of heart failure after n long lll l t ness He served as captain in thetMexican war was for many years aa prominent member of the Lebanon bar supreme president of the Catholic Knights of America for several years und served a term ns circuit judge in this district lIe wns 70 years of age I Wheat Crop Ruined Hopkinsvlllc Ky June 17Thlt heavy rains of tho past 24 hours lava I been disastrous to the wheat croft In Christian and adjoining counties One of the largest and finest crops ever grown in this section WItS almost ruined Thousands of acres are un tier water anti it is still raining A New Masonic Temple London Ky June 17Thl Mnsonlc temple of this place will be dedicated 6n Saturday June 23 The grind master of the state will be present and conduct tho ceremonies Bought Seventy Hon en Middlcsboro Ky June 13Messrs Saulsbury Ford and Underwood have bought the property of the Manches ter Building Co seventy houses In nil most of them dwellings Killed IIU Counln- Pinevllle w Ky June 15on Rcrt i Bird creek William Dcbusk shot and killed his cousin over a dispute which arose on account of branding aaivr logs Debusk has not been captured Sot Worth HurvrMtlnff Owensboro Ky Juno 17The enttire wheat crop of this section hna been given up for lost It has been Y beaten down and ruined by repeated i rains The outlook was the best for several years Thousands of aced that would have averaged 50 bfehela to the acre will be used for pi tare A LunatlosSuicide 1 Lexington Ky June 17 Illmon Workman of Lawrence countyfm In mote ot the Eastern Kentucky I itlo- akylum commItted suIcide by ei ins a Ing It c iT I T U 11 I wrww ratans r 1 rHICKMAN COURIER r lYnrrenIj jIlIOKMAN KY oR 22THEf j the International Peace Con isDrn certainty itsI of Get badly needed ra mitt Lesion fJhnvP MCLEAN sailed for Europe a the So pbut before he wont he stint- Ohrlatjset I T n his cheek for 25000 to buI pa dnmpalgn purposes 1 u ttttICovy- rtchtSlis1ihyentiou to uomtuato n candt Dr Tn1mnd feovernor will bo neld Thursday preaching tomBrl jjonvontions will bo held in the JK 2LjMcnag precinct on Saturday July I n emvhUat 3ro to Relect delegates to tho a Lexing ponventtontttt TUB pont census is to enumerate also the ubnlatiou of Porto Rico and Hawaii vine census provision acorns to be ono boon conferred by the Constitu tion which has been extended to tho islands by thq Republicans ttttTUG Democrats of Maryland in state a convention elected delegates to Kansas Oity and adopted ft platform which leaves the delegates uninstructed but declares that AV J Bryan is the choice of Democrats both in the counties and In tho State of Maryland ttttTHE Prohibition National Convention Will be hold in Chicago Juno 27 The ticket to be nominated is the same that has been named by tho United Chris tiara party Rev Dr S O Swall w of Pennsylvania for President John G a Wooley for VicerPresidont 6ttttTWELVE killed and 164 wounded rep sestmt tho casualty list in tho St Louis strike It shows what a real warm urn nicipality St Louis is Chicago was way behind this oven when United States troops had to be called there in 1893 to keep tho town from being do stroyet1tttt No woll informed Democrat believes i that the Democracy hay this year any Chance for carrying tho Pacific States i Calitoruia Oregon and Washington for i 4thesearc hopelessly daft on Philippine annexation But the Democrats can lose all these and easily win if we carryIIl New York t tt tII I TWENTY SEVEN States three Territo I ries and the District of Columbia have 1selected delegates to the National Dem v acratic Convention all of which with f the exception of Maryland and New Jersey are pledged to vote for Mr Bry aims nomination and these two States recognize him as tho tribune of tho peopletttt Tin Illinoisan who expresses tho conviction that the reelection of Presi dent McKinley would wipe from the banner of tho greatest Republic the sun over shone upon its actual foundation and erect on the shell that remained a monarchy In fact seems to be so full of a great truth that his thronging ideas tread on each others heels ttttNEW JERSEY the mother of trusts will this year pocket 1600000 in the shape of a franchise tax levied upon the various trusts incorporated under the laws of that Stato It is claimed by the Philadelphia Record that the first schedule filed by the State board oAs scssors which list includes all the big trusts and corporations of large capital ization ombraces 3773 companies as r compared with 2885 of tho same class assessed last year It ttttSENATOR JONES of Arkansas the oth er day in the Senate dared tho adminis tration to give an itemized account of emerI a Conamoney was wasted in purchasing worth U less ships No doubt There are lots of people ready to cheat the govern meut in time of peace let alone in the urgent time of wartttt l THE total appropriations of tho just ending Congress amount to over 709 000000 according to the statistics fur nished by tho Republican members of tho House committee on appropriations Representative Livingston of Georgia ranking democratic member of tho corn 4mittee thinks that 8170000000 ought to be added to the abovo as the legislation of thUbpugress will ultimately demand i4 4itsexp lltnro which would make the lF lFtotal appropriations foot up more than is 7790001410tr ttttTHE census authorities have had some difficulty in classifying tho Chinese iin i this country and in fixing their ages i tho latter trouble being caused by the difference between the calendar used in I this part of tho world and that of theI Chiuese which has the lunar mouths giving tiie of tho years twelve someI tlifrteei months while every China uainau PI far interviewed knows the mouth ray and hour of hits birth tlio iuforaitpn is useless to tho bureau un I ndoptollIl I l or LOCAL NEWS tIBo suro to road Ellison S advertise mont th19celt It la n pity a man cannot eat ndvico ho gets so much of it free They ray Bryan will not tour tho country this year as 1n ISM but receive visitors nt homo 3nl Fans Be each at ELLISONS The great French astronomer Abbe Murcaux predicts an extreme hot sum mer July August andSoitombor If you lnvo not been enrolled by tho census enumerator it w your move Notify the Supervisor of his omission fcyLadios Collars at ELLISONS The ladies of the Episcopal Church gave an ice cream supper at the resi dunce or lfrs J W lItogors yesterday evening Cow for Sale In flue condition Good milk cow hut dry Apply to CouniHu OWN It itI said that every time the clock strikes tho hour it tolls the death knell of at least fXX victims in India who died for want of food IFho students wore expelled from tho Tennessee University at Knoxville for playing base ball with the Chicago I Bloomer Girls A big assortment Pulley Bolts nt- ELLISONS Mr N J Corum sent tho Counmn a basket of very tine homegrown tomato Monday by some days tho market in this section The Democratic State olHciakJwve moved into the Capitol building at Frankfort and are now in full undis puted control of all State business ESTSweet Potato slips for sale at ELLISONS GROCERY With vacation jUt starting the Jourth of July only one week otf and tho watermelon season in sight the cup of joy of tho small boy is running over and not yet fall It The report has reached IIickman that Mr Dave Burnett a worthy citizen and prominent lumber dealer of Lake Co was shot and seriously wounded at his homo Heolfoot one day last weeks by one of his employers Ikis reported that he is now doing well and will recover Vie good quality Shirt Waists in nice stylesat ELLISONS Monday while workmen wore re pairing tho electric light line in front of Mr Ed Prathors residence a halo loll striking Mr Prattlers buggy crushing in tho top and otherwise damaging It The buggy way loft standing in front of the gate and fortunately no ono was nit at the time OItydiedSnturdl1YInstpunitively well up to Wednesday lIe was an honorable upright good citizen and a man of considerable wealth lie lessee a wife and 8 children Many years ago ho resided in Hickmnn 100 to lro for Trimmed huts worth t200 to 300 at ELUsoss Tho trouble with some people says an exchange is that they will not cast their bread on the waters unless assured in advance that in a four days it come back to thorn in a lull grown sandwich all trimmed with ham butter and mustard rolled in n warranty deed for ono half the earth and n mortgage on the other half Hickmanitos going to St Louis on and after August 1st will find n new rule in force with reference to bridge fares By agreement the bridge tickets have been abolished and passengers will not be bothered about this The bridge faro will be absorbed in the regular ticket and tho passenger will have dealings on ly with the train conductor 200 to 300 now buys Ladies Trimmed limits worth 500 and 000 early in the season at ELLISONS W W Waters editor of the South cost Miswourlan nt New Mffurid Mo makes the announcement that ho will accept subscriptions to his paper to bo paid for when Bryan is elected lie is willing to furnish his paper free to all who send in their names as long aa it is published or until Bryan becomes the occupant of tho White House Deputy Sheriff Cupp of Mississippi county Mo wont aboard a fiat boat at Belmont to arrest tho owner for selling liquor without license Tho boat way out loose from tho landing and after awhilo when the officer undertook to servo time papers ho found that the man and lboat wore out of his jurisdiction be ing in midstream Ho pleaded to ho put ashore Those Trimmed hints for children at ELLISONS at fiOc and Toe would have been worth 123 to 1JX early Ono of tho most unique ordinances over passed by a City Council will short ly go into effect in Winchester W Va Time city fathers of that place hay pass ed a law requesting every citizen to pour kerosene oil on every open pool and every open rain barrel shall havo a spigot at the bottom Tho town is infested passedInresort for Hummer boarders The City Council of Bowling Green Ky has passed an ordinance requiring u license of 8500 for the sale of cocaine and then it can only bo sold in small quantities on a prescription from a phy sician stating that it is for medical pur I oses It provides u fino of 8500 for u violation of this ordinance and a penalty of from 85 to 8100 is imj osed for physician proscribing it not in good faith mind when not necessary in u medical way Corn for Hale 4fim While and yellow shelled corn in any quantity for sale at Railroad Elevator JOHN BUVANT Time third gutno of bull between time Shaw Boys and tho Columbus team will ho played this afternoon in West Hick man Tho game will doubtless bo an in cresting one as it willsottlo tho ques flea as to which is tho best team The Bcoro stands ono and ono but tho Shuws declare they aro going to win tho last game today Let everybody turn out unit encourage the lays by their pres ence Ladies are especially invited f ONLY ONK TICKETa For PulrlotH to Vote for tklH VMri cud That tho Democratic Now York World The talk of nominating a Gold Dem ocrat Presidential ticket this rear should and most probably will end in talkThere is no occasion for Inch n ticket Four years ago tree silver was the dom inant issue in the campaign This year though it may be talked about iu cur tutu sections it will nut be an issue at all because tho money question Is aVa tied for at least four years to come by an unchangeable Republican majority in the Senate In 1890 tho coinage was nu open queer thou It has been closed for the present by tho enactment of n gold standard law which no possible result of tho pending election can repeal Yet when tho issue was most alive and threaten mug the Presidential ticket of tho Sound Money Democrats received guly 1IW124 votes out of n total of nearly 14000000 Most of tho Democrats whoso opposition to free silver was strong enough to prevent thorn from supporting Bryan voted directly for McKinley as they would do again this year were tho kino and danger tho same But time issue is not tho same Tho danger is different and vastly more por tcutious TlflEbonntry can cuduro any change in its currency Such changes though they may cause munch disturbance to business and great pecuniary losses do not touch the foundation nor effect tho structure of our Government But imperialism militarism and monop oly the real and only issues in tho oleo tion strike at tho basic principle and threaten time very existence of tho Re publicIt for these reasons that a third ticket this year la not only uncalled for but would 1be even more farcical than It was In 1896 Mr Bryan who oa tho World said two months ago will be nominated by acclamation reproneubi the American and therefore the Dem InKdOUllnl1t1ng son entitled to and will receive tho support of tho World and all those who believe with us that tho only keno worth considering in this campaign is the preservation of tho Republic the maintenance of tho constitution and a return to the principles of the Declara tion of Independence Millions of American Census estimates are making their appearance The first in tho field claimed to be based upon information gather ed from reliable sources respecting the progress of enumeration U tarnished by the Chicago Tribune Its ncinmory DRA1Iakn ed at 78004743 an increase If th summary proves approximately correct m ten yeira of 15362492 aELECTION FRAUDS A Washington special to time Balti more Sun says We have the authority of the Penn- Sylvania Ledger that no such crimes against the suffrage have ever been committed anywhere as iu tho city of Philadelphia It has been open corn common talk for years that time ballot box thieves of Philadelphia are good anywhere for from 60000 to 80000 votes which were not cast Pittaburg and Allegheny county are good for half as many more Not a great while since an eminent Republican Raid to me In hits office Cleveland carried Penn sylvania iu 189U just as much as he oar pied Maryland and New Jersey Patti son was elected Mayor of Philadelphia youhmavolout votes Ponnsylvania Republicans are too busy shielding tears lover abuse ot suf frage in time south to look after their own shortcomings In this rtsoeot So the presidential election will bo con ducted under tho usual auspices and no nuttier how many votes Mr Bryan may get McKinley will be certified to having 200000 or 300000 majority Whatever election surprises ubiowhero tray be in storm you need not look for any from Pennsylvania Savoyard tho brilliant Washington i correspondent of tho Louisville Courier Journal telegraphing his paper upon the eve of time adjournment of Congrw that perhaps no other ten sessions of Congress over turned out so muah cam paign thunder that was absolutely worth less contlnuc4ITranslated and boiled down tho Dmn i ocrutic campaign thunder reads Republican party is a rogue rIllI luted and tailed down the Republican campaign thunder reads Time Demo cratic party is u tool Now just read i that debate on trusts last week and see ItTaketho Democratic side and what Is it perti i Then take Littlefioldn spceahand 1 never hoard a liner effort and what dow ho say Why he contends that the Democratic party hasnt got onough sense to curb tho trusts And what is I moro both prove their tlonHIA WESTERN congressman recently re ceived the following note from ono otI j I his rural constituents to whom ho had sent a consignment of garden seed Kind sir and esteemed friend I havo time seeds They came this morning and suit very well especially time cab bago seed which grows well in this soil Please send me two loads of fertilizer and a new liarrer and if you could send me a man for u couple of days I would bo obliged JIII A r aC tii iithnrgo of the lllnck Hrtpadd And hero it ifl proper to say that Whilf Mr MoKinloy has born dimply ougnkwetl with tho most inttioato prob lean of statecraft ho has not boon nu mindful of the just chums of tho race He has distributed the official rewards with rare tact unit judgment null no element which assisted in tho masterful triumph of 1800 Is without rourcseutu tiuu Time nogro vote has fared hand Bouily at his hands Xtolnml mon of Intflligewo and charmtor have been selr test from every section of the coun try to fill positions of trust and profit under tho Administration and tho in stawo has yet to bo recorded whore tho unworthilyIndeed significance that time President has Within nineteen months appointed fully tvi t as many negroes as any previous Administration developments are now being so shaped by IIIUI through it roo vision of tho civil service regulations that the number of negro ofllcoholdurs will bo Increased fourfold It I lonoral GroHVHiiorH panegyric Juno 4 The fact that it LI to tho negroes that tar Republican party owes its mainte nance In power is studiously ignored by the white Republican until just bolero the flection Regulating Womens Skirls bj Law Dr OHanlou of tho Board of Health of New York declares woman skirls are a inonauo to pnbllo health nail should be regulated by law Does Dr 0 llanlou realize thu tremendous nu tun of the problem ho thus nlrly puts forward Womens fashions cannot bo regulated by law The sox cannot bo govern ed by noto as mon are Sonic women somorespectsbumnu whriy fashion is concerned Iu 1808 they were wearing sleeves tint looked like toy balloons and short riklrU If anybody hind suggested making sleeves tight and skirts long nil wuttmnkiud would have rebelled At present the situation U reversed Women ore now wearing tight sleeve and long skirts A twineI of lirnnlj PimplesEosemaetc Backlon II Arnloa Salvo will glorify Kruptionialso m ale Bruises Burns Bolls Fidons Ulcers and wont forums of Piles Only 33c a box Cure gnorantwHl SoW by all lragguiU LIVERY STABLE UPPOSITE R U DEPOT J POLLOCKPropr First olaHH turnouts buggiiM lIurroM- arrlages wife trams 0 Uustooiora nrved with courtesy and pulitenlN4 Patronage solicited r lophone 10 ash Boot Stare Splendiil Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS c Call and see our Sloolc Everything up to late MARY I5KHKXDK tt CO Q1IL 1f 01 iref t1 ucciisor tn Woe Dleeielbrhtk + UIALr IN Fancy Jrocciics and fII f Provisions IVAN KENVUiKY tor FREE DELIVERY l- ToIfl uono Store Iron 91 Ron U nee No mi T L F OLIVER 181 ksmilh and Undertaker OK MAN KENTUCKY A tfllALiUcn you want GlEMK done r repair In WacI 0 llorteiboinc n specialty paJ fco keep a full line o- fOndortakorc rloodcC- o moo Roiewooil and solid Itlnok lisle I Coffins nod Cmei winch can be fumed IP In short notice andreason able rice live ua n call Shop ne rhe Jail U u a n j jfhej IWWWIiontt Crop I The nuntiiil scare over the wheat crop Ls now in active swing Iu thu inarkul amid thouuii general nihiH foil iu thoI Northwest beginning lost Tiniruilnv tho reports from thnt section wore more I wlml tlo thau ever It is probable that tho extent of time change hOlt been exaggerated for oor tntuly up to now time iiKliotUloiiH have boon for a larger crop than usunl in taut n much larger 0110 than was hair or1oodi careful look ut tho conditions Time Drrest Spot o Earths Tho reputation of being tho dryest spot onl4rth isI chummed by Paytu in oJthuI IOfHjt In hlstorlo titiiM In February there was u hall of rein of immure than 21I hours tho list for olgjit years Thonverngo iutorvnl between the showers la BOVOII years Sun tom mire common A Life amid Uentli Struggle Mr W A HincH of Manchester In eseuupwfronm1 measles liulncod JlerloUJ lung trouble- whiclm ended in Consumption I halt frequent hemorrhages amid coughed night and tiny All my doctors wild I DrIUlKouro mo Hundred hays used It ou my ndvloo and nil say it never fails to cure troublesRegularII frcu nt all drug stores I a xWiSe We have added to our large stock OP PA J JSr rBn complete line al Rcaihj Jlheci Paints All COLORS and guaranteed to bo of tl- tti1T QUa Xt Y t OOV11111 OOIVUIL- LU1tU31fi1M A t s Bread I i 1S TIIII 1 STAFF OF LIF11 t A Yh To IE 4 GOOD FRESH BREAD Mow + GilDBakorg i f Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily j fjlj 11 P AnqUAu1 ltH Ion Tropicaland Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates t IF Ifandj Candies Cigars and TobaccoJk I f ICE CREAM t and nil LtJOIlatest lnuk curved from SODAItIt Tho ligo5 t IQJC 01r1U loI1J 1 JYOtirII Patronage Soltatttd Telopltotio your Onlora lo W New City Bakery 4 + + uU estioCQldng Rgo3 The Best in the World You aiuiBt nnkv n MlMtH- kola Buying One gjf these Ranges Ono of its Strongest 1olnte la its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I NlmiutesBuyingCall and Hxiutiliiu Then YeuII Iluj no Oilier M9Lsa e2 VAaw y + P a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IMr liiiMJ1i J spirt TOM DILLON Sr Propr HwwMtor lo n 0 IGmAe JrcM Marble and Granite Monuments O TT tt03 1 3ST O STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENOINQc A- cHiokman Ky TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in this 1 linei of business at Union City Twin mind carry at nil times ft large and well assorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well ns nilother goods in tint lute and nUrAJJ WR WEBSTER 1 AU Stu ISPECIAL OFFERD I1ullfir WJnofory titarks to indicate contents wit o snUstonthis is a most liberal olfer and I await your orders W It lVEBSTE X y 1+ L r 7 I L I j+ Railroad Time Table N OStLR R LEAVES AliniVKMi- Tr lo No 63 BtSO I mTl I pm Local and Personal Bo sure to read Ellisons advertise count this week 0 M Adaum was In Memphis this weekMn Mrtllughpurluh Cober Wrurn nllll WoaAdatnsspent Tuesday at Hamby Pond Imvubeau dayofPalm Fans lo each at ELLISONS AllnnJlhlMnc T A Ledford and children are upending thU week in Union City Sailors nnd Street Hat ul out pried nL HLLlllml8 Mrs Joro Malone of Union City 1 visited relatives in Hluknmn this week todnylKttwecuclubs lips or short length Bilk that wore BOo ut F3LLitloxsMiaatxSarah Gertrudehaysf Handle P W Cheek SnpU High Sohool Morgaoflcld Iis visiting his brother ProfJOdheok todualI Mm M Auiborg of Pflregould Ark rotiativns manyfriendsFred Pierce of Union City catfc down Tuesday and went Uniting with tho young folks Miss Ratio lUdloy has returned from Cairo nooomimnled by Mtis Ben Taylor who will visit relative hero 1X0 Funay Parasols woro 2X0 and 200 At KLUHOX Thu Kllteon ball nine won tho hen on over the Bulbar As Dodds nine Tuesday by the woro ot 14 to UL Mlm Tula Kmenmn of Columbus visited MlIIII Mario lirorard Monday Hud returned horse Tuusday Mm H C Aloxand of Ft Worth TUIUH in ijMiudlng Kovernl weeks with tier author Mm Jane Ambon Miss Mona Dlostlebrlnk is in Nosh vlpe attending n musical conservatory She will bo absent several weeks v Miss Irene Amborg rwrolved hor dl 1101IIB Monday lrolll Paragould IJUlhll- Culllffa + ts rooulvlng finst honor of tho class IIgradetiff Mr lirfJ M HiiiiUnril firid Tlttlo daughters Ltlllo and UhnrloUe loft Sun day night for Urooksvillo Pin to visit relatives Jeo T Hcnning of iiumboldU Su promo 8j coliil Deputy for the Knights of KmlcHh is In our oily for the purpose of organizing a lodge Yukon Loader bliss Malral Cioald mllllnurllt1tl1htJlreturned to her home In Hlekiuun Mr L U Maddox and 0 F Bait tour wore ulcated Directors in Iliakuian Bank Monday to fill raonuoies ocoon scone imy the deaths otW L McOutuh uu snit M B Shaw Dr S K Davidson will Ileave for Tlptonvfllo Tenn about the ltof July to Ira abmuit about 21 wok Parties do siring work done will take notice and gown Ihomwlvo accordingly I Children Trimmed HatH worth 1X0 to 2 JO are now Tfc and Il ut KLLIHOIM Mr Henry Cow III owner of hick man Telephone Kxohnngo laws furnished Central otlloo with n now swltoh boon cabinet twloo us largo an tho old ono protectedfromMists Jessie Islor on Wednesday pattyInyour of Paducah Mr Tom Holaomho won 1st prixu Refreshment woro sorv ud It was H mutt pleasant evening fJtTVou certainly wo have Wall Pa ixir In stock Wo uL+ o have a bvhutlful lino of Mimplos for HjMcial undoes Wiuosri BOOK Stem Tho llnw of Lovo Juvenllo Mlaslon nry Society will servo ico cream in Mrs llnndlos yard Tuesday evening Juno 2 J AH this IU the first time thuo little peo pie huvo attempted anything of tho kind otronugufromp publicFor Ken centrallylocated Mr Burtls of Bvnnsvlllo and Ilobt N Prier of Loulsvillo In company with Prof J O Cheek went ttlshinK on Heel foot I ako when on their vlfit to hick ninn and had an abundant catch Ocr thin Hickman young ladies return thanks for kind remembrance =The Slaw Buys and tho Town Talks arc scheduled for another game of ball next Tuesday ovcnliiK on tho grounds in West Illekman Lovers of tho sport are invited to attend as thuI KIIIIIO will no doubt bo u warm one No admission reserved peato IreoIllrlck for Hale Ajj ly to OTTO HEUTWECK at lllckmnn Wagon Factory The following young couples COURt luted 01 gay tLshing party on tho classic Humby Tuesday Ono of tho party says there were several good catches made but not of thotlnnny tribe and ono who has played almost tho length of tho line acknowledged herself caught but says it was tho other fellow O F Baltzor Leone Fuqua Leo KirkII patriakBesBieyolenmii Tom Holcombo I ivy Check Wm Helm Ivy DoBow floury Holm ice Cowlh Fred Pearce I Nunnlo Itogo F T Randlo Jessie I9 PercyJones I I I T T An Incident of the KCHNIOH Near HIckmAR Ward Ballou of Middle Tenncssoo is an interesting veteran When Leo sur rendered he had with him forty men in eluding Jesse and Prank James near Hickman Ky on the Mississippi river These men expected that tho Federals would give thorn no quarter and they kept up an independent fight for nearly two months utter the surrender of Gen Lee at Appomattox It was on May 17 at Qallatin Tenn that they llnally sur rendered to a Minnesota regiment W W Holland of Graves county Ky was uu interested listener while Comrade Ballou wag telling his experiences Sonic of tho names tint Ballou mentioned be Kan to seem familiar to Holland nnd ono name that was mentioned brought tho two old men very oloso together It was tho name of an unprincipled Federal Captain whose cruelty was widely known Instances wore spoken of by both men showing tho cruelty of this Captain Both know of his mutilating tho remains of tho Confederates whom ho hind shot Some of Hollands own relatives had sulforcd by this mans groat cruelty Ballou finally asked Holland it ho would like to know what become of tho inhu man Captain Holland became visibly agitated and eagerly said that ho had long wanted to know what b became of the enemy of his family Well I killed him said tho other Holland who is six feet ftovon inches tall throw out his arms and wound them around Uio smaller man and both mOil trembled violently in tho greatness of their emotion Tears were streaming down tho checks of hath as they walked away arm in arm Louisville Post A L IIOLKINU- IliokmnnH leading barber shaves you with ORBO and gives you entire satisfuo tion Tho very latest styles in lair out ting and beard trimming Shampoo and dying given especial utttentlon if you np prvoiato prompt and careful Attention dispatchlIooklnK To Aid Levees The Cairo Argus says1bo people of MltwitMippi county Mo opposite hero continuo to move in tho matter of oh Utlnlng loves to protect their lands from Hood waters An election is to ho hold on the 21st of next month to determine whether or not bonds shall IH Issued in aid of the levee system planned and a delegation hiti been appointed to attend tho annual meeting of the River Com inlssion in Now York with the view of govornmcnLWbonthu souri are completed tho utility of the loveo improve i dha made recently on Uit tJeof till rlvur will Jj apparent Dividend No 19 Tho Board of Directors of thin flak man Hank havn thU day declared a comlaununl dividand of six per cent O11JUynhlo July 2 moo W C JoJIKSON t Cashier rho following special the Nash vlllo American from Union City will bo of interest to Homo A negro hero named William Jones claimed to bo n fortune teller and informed several negro washerwomen that for Moo ho would do tho conjur trick so white folks would have to pay double for their washing Several paidj tho fee but Junes failed to glvo tho charm eulll olont time to work and way arrested bo forte ho could Jot out of town Whllu III Tout Call In nt K K Keovoi Coa and see his nice line of Carriage and Buggies Young liens 17 in Buggies are now out of sight Moth young ladle and mar nod Indies are HK oIally Invited The Kisiglttw or Iadot6d IB a Fraternal iMineiloInrv society found ed upon broad iirlnuiplus of Fraternal Clovernment timid Iin chartered under tho State of Iowa This society provides not only a suit UlISOIlivjnfromof your insurance Should you bo so fortunate OH to live to be old wo provide tlustulnllucoImen Join tho Knightx of Kudosh as n anythingr Insurance at cost and you do not have to jmy a premium or pnzo for it IFor lIelnlngSupremo is tho Topic Information derived from nanny sourc es exclusive of scare reports intended only to afflICt prices during tho week had tho same trendthat the growing crop in the spring wheat belt is in ex ceedingly bud condition that a most serious failure is imminent and that only I scattering rams have fallen and these in South Dakota and Southern Mlnno soUi From tho South during tho entire week heavy ruins were reported and tho week ended with conditions bad for bur vesting wheat in tho Ohio Valley Ken tucky and Tennessee Tho operators in tho Chicago market considered tho outlook gloomy acted accordingly and prices advanced mate rially Corn and outs sympathizing with wheat followed for in many of tho States too much rain had retarded corn cultivation and retorts from tho West ern corn growing States wero unfavor able bocauso of rains and cool nights n Our Grea- tSlipper Sale AI UNHEARDOF PRICESE We have too many Slippers on hands for this sea son of the year In order to make room for our Fall ShocH we have cut the prices way below cost price to make them go quicldy We put them on the BARGAIN COUNTER in six different lots as follows Loco Oxfords prices OlLot 50No1wero f2 and 296 now go nLf Lot NO 2rnellctl I lt1I1I1IlJld I llIackll Lace S11QILadies Tans and Black Lace LotAToOxforo8iomelIghtly soiled rand Bomo have pointed toeall tine ens 98cAULot No 4 75kindC Lot N 0L1dlc Slippers that wore 8150cund goods now go at Lot No l1Vu have a mlxsd lot of Iapo 25cslightly Baltzer Dodds Plenty SHOPS Left YetI 298 instead of4t 10 and 350 in rain and RusotU Cull and Vici Kid Lace and CongressCornc- oon and Plain 1OOIi fill KAUOAINS Our 48c and 25c Underwear Good assortment Those are not loft oa rs and odd sizes from last year All FRESH XW 7T GOODS We Always Have Wha We Advertise I WE WANT YOU TRADE RICE 0rYLUUsOCAShRE Town Talks vs Shaw Boys I CONTKIIIUTKD Tho Shaw Boys have been verysue cessful in all the ball games of time sea son and naturally feel a just pride in their skill on tho diamond Nino of HickmunB quondam ball players deoid cd to quash this pride by an over whelm ing defeat so they crossed bats with time Shaw Boys lost Friday and tho Shaw Hoys wero victors by a score of 29 to H thus winning the Place of the first base convincingtHeused to could play ball crowd For Sale or Rent I Whole or lhalf interest in Moscow Roller Mills Address C J WtSRTIItCO- 6222t Moscow Ky Enterprising tottiitrr Towns Than enterprising country towns of the south can be readily told as time traveler looks from the window of the passenger car Tho live nUll wide a wako place has water works its eke trio lights Its telephones and its good roads Tho sleepy do nothing afraid rioketybul1tluh8their stores muddy streets slothful ll1zytois an abhorrence at sqeiug ouo and nIpleasure In visiting tnu other Mem phis HeraldII f I rI r r I 1 I I I I I I Thr Color LIHO in 1alladclnliia Tie color question caused trouble at PM dolphin The Mississippi Lou isian a ul other delegations from time fair S mthlund wero refused quar tens 01 ho hotels and wore compelled tto sock Ikx Rings iu colored boarding hon wilestrout+ Ulorlous n cws WashitaBittersMrswhichhndl yearsTerrtbherheadcould ri o no help but now her health is exw ant Electric Bitters is tho best bl 1 purifier known Its the su promo r mealy for eczema totter salt soresItexpels p isoua helps digestion builds up them ongtb Only 30o Sold by all drugg Guaranteed I For Stile Fine ltown Leghorn eggs W cents per solve of 13 ji L F uses POTATO SLIPS For snll y MRS M V WALKER SlftK PEAS FOR SALE t pStockI doa pit ptly for either Whippoorwill or Cow P is A M SILiVW State Line Ky Ir SHAWCALLS Attention of the Ladies TO HIS shoe Departr egt THIS WEEK i One of the largest Stocks in the City Firie shoes a petatt BARGAINS IN OXFORDSand SPRING SHOES OF ALL KINDS WILL ALWAYS BE POUND AT l J IvrrtlAJJ1JlJ I ltJ w 411 tJ lfIM I IIheyI have just received a large assortment of 1spit o rrtlsrlsehMons Buggies 1that are UptoDate They are also agents for the leading Wheat Machinery McCormick Harvestersf TwineICALL AND SEE THEM HICKMAN KY t 4 FOR THE BEST 2- NGROCERIES i r O Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at I the LOWEST PRICES TO a Rogers ThrelkeldsUP- TODATE GHOCEB11 1 WITTJXGS OID STAND I Clinton StreetFRESH MEATS Delivered Free Telephone 1 TALEBFOBD Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement iy Icarry everything usually found inn firstclass Grocery and no pains will spared to please my oustomers i t- ti My motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try mefcfcfj Clinton Street Telphono G Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hero to stay Nobody will appreciate your trytugbarbers JOHN HICKS H R Ivr Wii KOWELL Goods 74 be I Joe W Bennett Ir FUemter fATTORNEYSATLAW r f Courtsespeciallytime counlIosIbClinton L Y F 4 L i ti p r 11I LiIf R OF REPUBLICANS F THE 1 I Arraignment the Admin LCation by Ohio Democrat fJDr Talma Crrj chairman Webitcr P Of GeZLntun nt Colnrahn Con 1 Atlon Talks on IiupcrlnlUm- 8MllltnrUm and TrnU Leiin trh tIn the 811e preliminary deliberations of Chrlasoo democratic convention ntCo 4 June 12 Temporary and Per ijt Chairman WcbsterP HuntIng CopyrlshWike at some length upon the sins Dr TalmNepublltan administration say 411 preaching the are n w mblea In state conven thl great mr tile fourth time stnce the memor w1cftii tnrnPftCn of 1S9S Since that time J JJevbgratlc thought In Ohio has been sl wi but surely concentrating along certain lines of reform and manifesting every year tho renewed devotion of Buck eyo democrats lr the fundamental prin ciples until today moro than over be Cert in Its history our party Is distinc tively and peculiarly the party of the people your last convention at Zance vllle merely emphasized tho conclusions which the party had solemnly reached at Columbus and Dayton In 1S97 and 1S3S The Zanesvlllo convention and subse quently Its candidates reaffirmed the Chicago platform and Indorsed for president In 1900 the greatest popular leader of modern times the eloquent orator in whose tongue is tho law of klndnem the honest citizen In whose heart is the love of justice the unselfish statesman In whoso mind Is tho welfare of man kindthe friend of the people and the dreaded foe of their onemlee AVIIItam J Bryan ThatrMftlrmRtlon and that In dorsement represented the earnest con victions of tho democracy of Ohio then and there Is no reason to believe that those convictions arc changed now You are assembled at a time most critical for the nation and for the dem ocratic party Wo shall take no stop backward but we shall take tons strIdes forward The time has come when every American citizen must dotermln for him self whether tlita nation hal continue to be In fact as wtil as In name a re public or shall pattern after Great Brit sin and become a colonial cmplA Wo boiiove that If we are to have a fmoc racy it cannot be too democratic If we ore u have a republic It cannot bo too republican To remain A democracy to remain a republic In to preserve the union while to become a colonial em pin in to destroy the union It was true In 1MO that this nation couW not long endure half stave and half freo and It I true now that it cannot Ions endure halt republic and half empire There lure the paramount question which must IK answered by the American people be fore the lds of November Is Shall the union be preserved We Invite an adjuetmcnt of differences or at least of cessation of factional strife between those who are not agreed AS to certain policies of government but who are agreed that the union must be preserved There are those who would preserve the union and at tho same time imtntaln the gold standard and there are andpat same I aiI ways perm f wnt prosperity In this country But what good will either of thcso accomplish oven from his own point of view If we have bimetallism or the single gold standard anti the union Is destroyed What shall it protlt a man If ho gain the whole world 4 1 and lose his own soul What shall it thedWhatever a mans convictions on the Question It ho believes that the republic I must remain ho iis a fool If he trade tho zreater principle for tho lesser he Is blind If he do not unlto with others to achieve the main object no matter how he may disagree with them In respect to lesser objects Democrats got togeth er and not democrats only but all you of every political faith who would first save the union from the threat of Im perialism from the course of militarism and from the blight of monopoly and after that Is done would agree to disagree while determining other questions Our appeal not the appeal of the democratic narty as u political organization It Is an appeal to the tumor and the interest of our land from all those who believe that George Washington was right and George III was wrong We must have a long pull a strong pull and a pull all together And that will be the end of Mark Ilannas pull with this government When we point to signs of empire and their dangers which have appeared on every hand multiplying evjy day since the hour when William tPKinley took oath before God ant his country men that ho would support tho constitu tion of the United State we are told hat there la no imperialism But they who say there la no imperialism aro the very ones aiming to destroy the republic and create the empire Their own teach lags their own conduct their own pur poses are startling evidences that they lie ignoruntly or viciously when they say theru Is no Imperialism Aa a matter of fact tho empire Is at hand today both In our dealings with our own pepplo and our policy toward other peoples Tho present administra tion has established and fostered an In dustrial Imperialism at homo and a mll iMrr imperialism abroad An army of soldiers la more imperialistic than an army of trusts r The waters of Asiatic seas are not moro treacherous to our welfare than the water In millions of watered stock A military and an industrial dictatorship go hand in hand Tho man who would rule others against their will by tho bay onet and tho man who would rule others against their wilt by tho power of mo nopoly deserve but ono namethe name of tyrant and tyranny will not bo on dured by tho American people SupposeI t tho czar of Russia by royal edict were i to arbitrarily relic tho price of bread throughout hln dominions to all his ct ri joou would not that be called a wanton act of Imperialism But how would It r differ from tho edict of a trust In the F jlicfl States arbitrarily raising the price r r Many Particular necessity of life which 4 WLmIght have the power to control If J Vlng anywhere on earth were to lay Jl3 upon tho sources of production uvMng his people and thereupon were to ll Hj tho cupply control the distribution arfl4flx the price of natural products for hlif wn benefit would not that lIe call- edant of Imperialism of trusts as pine tlcl in this country today The truth t is tAit trusts do what kings would never 4dar Tho king of England laid a tas pn JteaIn Boston harbor and as u conse but the king ofquence lost an empireB monopoly In the tnltcd Stabs lays a I tax on every article In universal use and as a consequence expects his dupos to re L elect a president who will confirm this porter Show raw anywhere on earth an- Y a of monarch or dictator more Im p ius than an act of congress that tuftiS tho highest functions of govern m over to national banks and makes tI agnltudo of the peoplos debts tho In t of their prosperity Show mu In t vorldri history tL more arbitrary use tiperlal power than Is implied when t t money trust ontrolll the circulating 3 ium of a country and tho other trusts 01 nil Its manufactured and many o- fJ I tsturnI products You cannot show IrOT And still our opponent say there Is J n Imperlallsmthero Is only duty and 1 1ff q 14 I 11f 4 I L destiny and responsibility Meanwhile duty wears a crown Destiny carries a scooter and responsibility benignly smites on both and says Ood bless you my children Only a short time ago they were telling us with equal earnestness that there were no trusts But when Mark Hanna dictated a platform for the republican state convention of Ohio which was adopted In this Auditorium but a few weeks since he forsook that old false hood and mado full confession of his sins and tho sins of the republican party That platform not only acknowledged the existence of trusts but proceeded to classify them In effect It declared that there are three kinds of trusts good bad anti Indifferent The indifferent trust Is the trust that Is not big en ugh to at tract much attention the bad trust IIs the trust that refuses to throw up Its hands when the political highwayman appears and tho good trust is the trust that eon tributes most to tho republican party to which It owes Its life Thus nowadays Instead of telling us thorn Is no Impe rialism they will bo pointing us to the comparative advantages of different brands of Imperialism Some will doubt less bo labeled Polygamy others Slav cry others Tariff Taxes Between Parts of the fnlon and still others with va rious designations more or less appropri ate And then we shall have disserta tion on their respective merits by n man whose only claim to renown Is that ho bought a United States scnatorshlp and afterward boasted that ho knows his business But when this happens we shall have gained ono point We shall have for Ithem to admit tiat Imperial tern Is at band Jut ns we have already forced them to admit trusts are today operating In every state of the union In violation of the law and to the ruin of the public welfare Behind these truststhe Industrial and the ImperialIs one greater than any and from which all the others corn It IH the political trust operated by M A Ilanna and represented In the white house by William McKlnloy This U the trust that goes into every state every congressional district every county and every precinct In this country dictating who shall be candidates for public otllec who being candidates shall be elected who shall make the laws and what kind of laws they shall be when made The political trust Is the trust that goes Into state legislatures and even to tho distant Is lands of the son to procure public fran chises for Its favorites This Is the trust that determines which party shall predominate In both branches of congress and in return for services to that end openly and shamelessly bestows foreign consulships nail local offices upon those who promote Its Interests This Is the trust which gathers up the usufruct of all tho other trusts ancL applies their millions annually to perpt ate Itself in power This In the trust that worms Itself Into political conventions as it has recently done In Ohio and from this very platform and ls able to prevent delegates from voting for their choice for a state ofllrer even after they have been In structed by their constituent for whom to vote This Is the trust that is able to prevent the people of Ohio from oslo beating the one hundredth year of their glorious history in a manner alreadyI provided by law because forsooth Ute political trust would make of the Onto centennial a political machine This Is the trust whose operations are universal the mother of all the other trusts Sometimes Its offspring multiply too rapidly and then it becomes like the old woman who lived In a shoe sho had so many children sho dldnt know what to do But when this Happens to the po litical trust It has a remedy In killing ort some of Its children by giving others advantages over them and so the fam ily resumes Us former numbers and pros porn on continued robbery without at trading too much attention This trust fixes the policy of the government by die tating who shall constitute It It U able to stifle freedom abroad and breed corruption at home for under Its operations It 1s easier for a political boss to buy a United States senatorshlp than for n slave to buy his liberty In the Phlllplpne You cannot destroy the other trusts and lot the political trust live They must stand or fall together If all the other trusts were destroyed the political trust would breed their successor but If tho political trust Is destroyed all the others will die from lack of nourish ment To accomplish this Is the object of democracy it Is tho object of your as semblage here and will be the object of the greater assemblage that will pros ontly give a new expression of tho na tional faith at Kansas City And when that is done and our candidate Is nom- Inated at one stroke we shall have made an end of tho Imperialism of Industry and the Imperialism of arms My friends in all we think In all we express in all wo do In nil wo propose it is most essential nowaJhat we renew our devotion to tho cardinal principles of American statesmanship since others have departed from them It was writ ten on the death of a great Persian philosopher that taklng the first footstep with tho good thought tim second with tho good wont and tho third with the good deed ho entered Paradise In the same order of progress the people of this country marshaled under tho banners of triumphant democracy may reenter tho land of tho fathom and pos sess It It Is astonishing It Is humiliat ing but it Is truethat today we are obliged to reaffirm fundamental doctrines that were accepted as matters of course only four years ago In order to prove our title to the name of freemen We believe In tho constitution of the Inlted States Wo believe In tho declara tion of Independence We believe In the Monroe doctrine Wo believe that tho love of liberty is Inborn in the human breast and that possessing its fruits our solves through more than a century of trial and temptation wo cannot deny them to others We believe that tho love of liberty is tho same In California as In Massachusetts the same In Cuba an in California tho same In Iorto Rico an In Cuba tho same in the Philippines as In Porto Rico and tho same In South Africa as In the Philippines We make no distinction as to where liberty should be enjoyed when men desire It Intelli gent sacrifices for liberty prove tho JH ncs of their victims to possess It and there Is no line drawn between such anon flees whether they aro offered on the altar of American tyranny in Luzon or on the altar of British greed In tho Transvaal Sherman said that war Is hell but there Is no word this side of hell that can describe the horror of a war of conquest C We charge that William McKlnlcy of hU own volition began such u war on the 21st of December 1833 by issuing to tho Filipinos a proclamation claim- Ing absolute sovereignty over tho entire Philippine archipelago and over the prop city and persons of Its Inhabitants Wo churgo that this declaration of war vroa I Issued against a people with whom we wcro then and always hud been at peace nay more that they were our allies against a common enemy at the moment Mr McKinley proclaimed the conquest We charge that this declaration was is sued without the consent or even tho knowledge of congress which under the constitution Is the solo power to make war Before tho treaty of peace with Spain was ratified before wa could have substantiated tho slightest claim of pur chase or conquest over tho Philippines tho present administration deliberately proclaimed the Filipino patriots rebels and put tho stamp of treason upon their honest virtue At that moment Impe rialism wan born in this country At that moment tho clouds began to obscure tho republic and a blood rod sun foretold the empire That sun roco In a signifi cant huo for It showed tho crimson tide that has since flowed from the death 4 I wound of 2000 American soldiers Wherii Its rays pierce the gloom they were bolts of fire In as nrnnr desolate homeS and whero they shone not was tho black nUll of despair the despair of tho hero who wu denied the privilege of sunen Jcrlmr up his soul but from whom this war of conquest took away his mind Whit lUll followed In tho Philippines anti wherever we have thrown down our Imperial gantlet has followed naturally and logically Ye shall know a tree by Its fruits and by tho fruits of imperialism wo know tho empire Its herald4 carry ono of two weapons tho sword or cannybothhavoc with one than tho other The sword was never unsheathed In a war of conquest and a national theft was never accomplished by diplomacy with carpetbaKItCIUPitbagIt n penny and let heads or tails decide In any event for tho thieving nation 101ThedOlltroythoAmerican sword ever did to destroy the Spaniards We are professing to teach our wards the lesson of selfgovernment but are In fact Impressing them with the belief that the efficacy of selfgovern meat ta Indicated by the amount of won ey tho governors can steal front the governed We are pointing out to them tho oltlzcnllhlpthatof the union but are telling them that taxation without representation does not count as between the okl part of the assurehambuthowthOirLWeconstitution but we are careful to greoa the rock s Mthat In Mao they slide oft they will Attribute the catastrophe to the grease anj not to the constItution now much bettor it would bo Itw guaranteed Independence to the Filipino iwlfKowrnment to the Cuban and to the nIIt we bad done thlll two years agohew Inenttely mere urgent that we do It nBw Thirtyfive years ago Abraham litn coin standing on the threshold of his second term Be president and unknow ingly In the valley of tho shadow look lag down the broad avenue of IXMBO prosperity and contentment which h6 SMoved this nation would pursue from that tune on sad this U the heritage he left to those who should conic attar him and the guiding star ot our domestic and foreign policy With malice towards none with chAr- ity for all with firmness In the right as God gives us to see the right let us finish the business wo are in to blhtl up the nations wounds td anN for him IJtrhlathat may achieve and cherish u JMt ajM lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations Attain that utterance In the light ef modern Imperialism With mafic towards nonfl that our polIcy In the Philippines With charity for alTie that our policy in Porte Rico 141 finish tM Ptwhat buslnOsti7 Ti embark in wan of conquest To aban don the iwitnrtunllle of the land we live In for the txialne ohanoe of lamb where other llv No It Is to finish the business we are In Is It to make new wounds or tear old ones asunder to make new veterans pew pensioner new widows new sacrifice No It II to bind up the nations wounds to sane for him who shall have already borne nterinaUonthreat of foreign wAil Wo At u ts do all that may achieve a Juit and lasting peace among ourselves and wlt all nations I The imperialism of IndiHtry olhcrwlM the trust and the Imperialism of arw falsely celled cocpanelenU a hard talk muter Its promoters are the M41rt- Yot mankind They are telling the yntiti of the land that the shouW r trap u more to be desired than the dlplonu They are raising the cry tc stand fb the president when no man eon start j by him a moment without jumping fro one platform to another They areDn voklng the patriotism of the peopli u destroy the very foundatIons of patriot ism They are draping the flag arourt a golden calf and asking you to 11 down and worship It They are telllnc you that the constitution Is oboie4 and the declaration of InAopendcnce writ ten for an occasion They are ddlnc all they can to remove the posetMllty d a just and lasting ponce among ourselrM and with all nations To defeat and confound the lnlml of popular government is the mission at the democracy We shall do It pow tit fall hereafter The republic cannot ten porize with the empire The fight we are In means life to ono or death to both Nt division of opinion can prevent patriotic mon from uniting on the props sition that tho union must be preserve During the civil war there was a meg that at one time or another has touchel tho heart of every man and weman tn this audleneo The Union Forever Hurrah Boys Hurrah And today a ni tlon that knows no north no south wi east no west repeat In the some were with tho some enthusiasm with tho saws reverent devotion with the same stern purpose The Union Forever Hanna Dlitrnited by Ilepabllrasii No matter how admiringly Mr lien na may regard those monopolistic combinations in restraint of tradfoo the trusts a very great proportion of tho people have not only no admiration for them but unqualifiedly eon demn and denounce them nil inimical to public policy and in contravention of sound republican principles m concerns dangerous to our jxili Iiicil and economic institutions Although the last national platform condemned the trusts and although the next one is expected to present an even more vigorous condemnation of theta as public enemies the national chairman has seen fit to persistently ansi aggressively defend and uphold them to make himself in foot their roost conspicuous champion It Iii Indisputable that Senator Hanna Iin not a popular political idol tnnt many re publicans distrust him his poiirlei and methods and especially da tillS view with disfavor his real or supposed dominating influence over time ad ministration Philadelphia Ledger Rep it is not capital but monopoly whose pnlm itches for the 1hilippincY There vnn nothing even under Span ish rule to prevent tho investing of American capital in the islands m 4 there Is nothing to prevent it now PJC tcpt a war provoked by ourselves nor is there anything to keep us froze trading with any notion under ihf stun except tariff lawn passed in the interest or monopoly The imperially doesnt vnnt to trade he wants to rob He doesnt waul lo invest eaph tel he waists to steal the capital tJ others Johnstown Pa Democrat 1IMIII 4 CURE FOR ANXIETY Dr Talmage Prescribes for Those in Trouble AdrUri Thrm tn Potion the Kxnntpl of the liclplcu Who Vlnt anti Tout JlI1Uafjrt for the IICrelnedI Copyright 1000 by Louis Klopsch- Dr Talmagc who linn finished 111- 8tllr of England and Scotland wher thotiMindfi thronged to hour him wheresoever ho preached lit now on hi way to Norway ami Itussta In which countries he U already well Iknown through the publication of ra uusint louts of his sermons In the ifollowing discourse which ho hits imt for publication this week he itS a proscription for all unxlcty mil uorrimont anti Illustrate the Dl- tiliP 1 sympathy for tilt who are in any kind of struggle The text IU Mat thrw U IS And His disciple wont tiill tout Jesus n outrageous nKasInntton had 1ju t taken place To appease a ru trntrrfHl wnmnn King Herod ordered tin death of that nohla sell Mierlflo Iflt prophet John the ItaptUt lhe croup of the dUoIplon wore thrown into grief nntl dismay They felt ihiniM lvea utterly dofonnnleftn Throne nn no authority to whlJn they could PIMi awl yet grief must always tInt r ri iuttoa If there be no human tar to bear It then the agonized oul Kill cry it ittoiid to the winds and the iwlsf ANd the waters lint there SN Sfl fur that wan willing to HeLen Tinre In a tondor pn tints and at the Min time a most admirable picture ilu the words army text They went suit told Jesus He could underetiind ill thHr grlaf anti lit liiimedlaUly ooihed It Our bunlciiH art net tnorr than knlf go heavy to curry if mother aheiilder IB hunt under the other end of them Hero we find Christ Hto brow shadowed with grief uruling nniW tke groHp of dfeclple who with tour awl violent gntleMln ona anti wrtaglM of Mad awl Outcry of beroaveinem are exprcxUitg their woe Raphael with lute tikllknl tirima putting MpOH the wall of n paW Iir M tDr MIOH of wirriMl story gave mu t sfl skillful u stroke MB wINo H the pUin hand of the evangelist writes They went nod tek Jej The old Delta anti Vandals once Clint down HpoH Italy trout the north of Europe and they tipMt the get dsni Had they bt ke down the stat net IDC swept away everything that was pxxl awl beautiful So there IIn ever a1 anon in the history of nil the eI ami daughter of oar raH an ii rirslon at rougkhaitdoti trouble that r aie to plunder rind rantmuk and put flJlALkfu fi 01 lf7c r1IlcrniWol Th it 11 ilflltl into the mountains UK to afford lA nhclter nnd till foot of ilecleat counter cannot bear ns beyond jwr awU The arrow they put to the string fly with M t rrliig dart until we fall pierced awl stHHHcdII- J feel that 1 bring to you a most appropriate message I nimH to bled up nil your griefs Into a liHHillo and let throat on fire with a upark from Godn altar The proscription that cured the sorrow of the dUelpIes will turn all your hoartaehcM 1 have rend that when Godfrey anti his army marched out to capture Jerusalem at they came over the 111k nt the first flash of the pinnacles of that beauti ful city the army that haul marched in silent lifted a shout that made the earth tremble Oh you Koldlors of Jesus hrist marching on toward Heaven I would that today by Mime gleam from the palace of Godn moray and Gods strength you might be lifted Into great rojoloiiig anti that as the proncel of Ito peace breaks on your enraptured gaze you might raise one glad1 liormnnu to the Lord In the flrt pluue I commend the behavior of t host dlftulptot to nil bur dened souls who are tinpardoncd There comes a tlmo In almost crony mans hlstorv when he fools from gome source that ho has an erring nature The thought may not have such heft MK f toll him It may be only like the fish in an ovonlng cloud Just after n wiry hot stiimcr day flue man to got ridi of that ImproMlon will go to prayer bile another will stim ulate himself IIy ardent spirits and another man I ill dive keller In sec ulnrltUH nut omctimofl a man can riot get rid of these Impressions Tho taut is when a matt finds out that hU eternity in poli d upon a perfect un certainty nnd iimt the nnxt moment lila foot ahoys p ho must do KOIIU thinff violent tf make himself forget where he stanch or ole fly for refuge Sonic of you Touch under a yoke nnd you bite tin dust when this mo ment you mlgh rise up u crowned conqueror Drhu and perplexed as you have been ny sin go and tell Jesus To relay the grip of death from your noul nnd plant your un shackled feet upOi the golden throne Christ let the tOnurcK of the bloody mount transfix II in With the beam of Ills own crofrx lie will break down the door of your ungcon From the thorns of HU own rown He will pick enough gems to incite your brow blaze with eternal victor In every tear on Ills wet check ir very gash of lila stile in every ion blackening mark of laceration front Oiottlder to tdioul Jor In the grave inttcrlng Heaven shattering death froan I hear Him 1811J111m that Vtrncth unto me 1 ivlll in oasl out Oh but you sui v Instead of cur Ing my wound Ottmmnt to make an other wound Jthat of couvlc lion Have you liJver known a surgeon to come and fivl a chronic ills ease anti then with harp caustic burn It all out So iiiefitie of God comes to the old tore of Jin it ban bug tra beca rankling there but by DivIne grace it is hUrtled out through these Urea of conviction tho Heidi coinlnp ngalr us tho flesh of u little child where sin abounded grneu mud more nboundeth With the 10000 unpardoncd nina ot your life go und tell Jesus You will never get rid of your sins In any other way And rcmembci that the broad invitation which lox tend to you will not always bo ox tended King Alfred before modern timepieces were invented unset lo dl yule time tiny Into three parts right hours each and then hind throe wax candle fly the time time first candle hud burned to the socket eight hour haul gone and when the second Iltn dlu hind burnout to the backet another eight lintira had gone and when nil the thrrc candles were gone out then the dny hnd passed Oh that some of us Instead of calculating our day nnd nights nnd years by mummy earthly timepiece might calculate them by the numbers of opportunities und mer ales which are burning down ami burning out never to be relighted lest nt Inst we be amid the foolish virgin who uncut Our lamps hnvc gone out Aynin I commend time behwvlor nf tho disciple to nil who are tempted I have hoard men In mldltfe soy they hat never been lou Into temptation If you have not felt temptation It Iin bconuje you hntu not tried to do right A man hoppled and hamlcttuVd na long aa ho Hen qiilvtly tints not test the prwer of the chain but whan ho rises ip iipil with dotermliMitloH resolves to t Jnp the hHiHtaHff or httmk the hopplo then ho Hnd time power of uoIyears bound hand and tout by evil 1KIrItried to break It It IU very muy to go OH down with the atrottm awl with time wind lylwg OH ymir nero but just turn nround and try to go against the wind ami the lid and yoH will Und It to n different matter Aa lung BH wv go down the Bwrrwt ef our evil habit WP scout to 0 t along quite aMtoolhly bat If nflrr an Idle we turn around and head the other way townrri Christ oath pardon nail Heaven oh then how we have to Iny to u earn Yw will here your temptation YM have one kind yew another you snottier sot ono pewwn eaeng1 It la nil folly for you to my tn soot nit I eotiM net hf t mptrd M you are4 The lion think It U M that the tall ahonki he amapI n Nook The Hah think It IU M traitfe that thee lion abouM be caught with A trap You set some Hum with a void MlKiHNtlc temfierameNt amid yon say 1 IIIWHoI that usan has not May temptatloH Yeti as mueti Myon hare 1a jiuleRHMtlie HNture he bos a tcmptntlen te Lndolese and cnsorloiinniuut and overeating and ilrlnkTnR tiunillnflfin teL IJIUrC tM- gnnt work of life a temptation to lay down an ototiteU In tiie vy of all Koed eH rrpri e The temporamriit davfdmt thee styles of temptation but anfrHlne or lymphNtl you will hare temptation Satan hits n grappling honk just fitted for your total A loan sorer liven hejiititl the reach of temp SaUna YOH say when a stem gets to bo 78 or 50 years of age be In soft from Mitanle assault Yen are very much nttNtuken A snout nt 8S years of ago huts aa many lempUttloH itA n man of t5 They arc only HffereHt styles of temptation Ask the aged Christian whether he IA sister aa ulU eil of the jmworu of darkness If you think you have conquered the power of temptation you are very mush edo tnkoRNo man gets through life without having a pommeling Kome nlntider roniAM after you horned and luwked and hoofed to gore nnd trample you And what mire you tn do I tell you ptalnly that nil who serve Christ must iiiTer poritcoutlon It IU the worst sign In tile world for you to IH able to army I have not an enemy In the world A woe Is pronounced In the Itlble against tho one of whom every hOtly speaks well If you arc at ponce with nil the world and cveryliody likes you anti approves your work It iIe because you are nn Idler In tho Lords vineyard Mild are not doing your duty AH those who have served Christ however eminent till have been mnl treated at sonic stage of their expe rience You know It wait HO in tho Hmo of George Whltoileld when he tood and Invited men into tho king dom of God What did the loomed Dr Johnson say of hlm1 He pro nounced hum a mlfjcmblo mountebank How was it when Itobert huh stood und MpokO na scarcely mummy unin spired man ever did speak of the iflorleH of heaven And aa he stood Sabbath after Sabbath preaching on these themcH hula face kindled with glory John Ioster a Christian man laid1 of this man Ilobcrt hall JIn only rioting nnd time Millie on hula face IH n reflection of lilt own vanity John Wesley turned mull JHngland up ildc down with Christian reform and pot tile punsters were after him and time meanest jokes III England were perpetrated about John Wesley IVhnt lIs true of the pulpit Is true of the pew it IK true of time street it Is true of the shop and tho store All who will live yodly in Christ Justin mist suffer pcrwccutlon And I set It down ns tho very worst Hlgn In all your Christian exierience if you are my of you at pence with all the world The religion of Christ IK war It IB n challenge to the world the flesh and the devil ant if you will juoklc on the wholo armor of Jot you tvlll find a great host disputing your path between this und Heaven Hut what arc you to do when you are assaulted and slandered and ibtiscd as I suppose nearly all of you Immure Itecn in your lila Go out nnd hunt up the slanderer Gh no sully inanl While you lire cxplnliiing awny a 7ah hooil In oue j luo psone will n I Just hare hoard of It In other ptr a I counsel you to another court While you are not to omit any oppor tunity of setting yourselves right I want to toll you of one who lund the hardest things said about him whoso sobriety wan dUputed whose ml lon waa scouted whose companionship was denounced who was pursued an n balm nnd spit upon aa n man WhO was howled ut mutter he wna dead I will have you go unto Him with your humble child prayer sayings 1 see Thy wounds wounds of head wotinda of foot wounds of heart sow look nt my wounds nail we what 1 have suffered nnd through what bottles I am going mm I entreat Theo by those wotinda of Thne to nympnthltc with me And lit will Hympnthle nnd Ho will help 110 antI tell Josus Again I comment the behavior of the dlKolple to nil the bereaved How many In garb of mourning 1 How usually emblems of sorrow you behold ovory where JIN hat Ills own way of Ink Ing apart H family We must got oiitot the way for coming generntions Wo must got off time stage that others mbl come on and for this reason thero IIs n long processIon reaching down nil tin time Into time valley of shadow Jl1li emigration from time Into eternity hu- mso vast nn enterprise that wo otiHHOl undemtand Itvery hour we hrejr time olfliig of time nrpulehral gate The sod hullS be broken The ground mint be plowed for returreetlon horve t ICivr nlty miMt lbl peopled The dust mwt prem our eyelWa It IU BimoInliHl unto mull men ones to cllc This owl grot Ion from time Into oleriilty Jnlltt threeftiHrtha nf the fuiHtlto of the eorth In decotatloH time Hlr U rent 1th farewell anti time bkmk tagaled rehlelew of death nimble through ctcrjr street The bwlj of this olilM that nan folded so clafttfly to time metlrM hrwrt to put avay IH the oohl anti the dart allot The In HR liter freoaoc Lath girftt lip nnd the ruse twtter The buy In the hAt ttekl of Ahunem nays Mjr limdpMyI head And they furry htm home to die on the tap af his mother 1dowhoMl steeds with tragedies of- uvec Mtruek Into the jifltloref therheek Orplmnapp eriea IIn vain for father awl1 mother Oh the grave to emil With teeth of fllp It elitotmet fur 1t1YItetween the ekliujr pete of tllf ejiil elmer owe heart art mangled and orwchrd Is there nay earthly select None We OOH to the obcequlea we sit wit It the grief alrirkea we talk INlIIIfwally to theIr snail1 hut aaaa tIN olIiiil have twMHil the rarrlac hart left as at Ike door the friead who sInuS for a few tIite err goat aitti tbr heart cliii la H olatloa listening for UM litilp feet that will arvrr again pitrr tbroMtrfa the halt or looking for t let ra tnuHc of hose who will never come aguInelghlsglstethedarkness ever aarf snow coming semi souse liook er garment or little shine ar pictur liMit d IIll1raof Hlttrlnp tlml HMr SiTTlNI IjTOt and expunge the bright Nneaof life anti give hagKanlMM ta the fete mimi drove time liNk tIght down over the cheekbone and thaw dark linen aader the awakes rye sod the hand Ila trpMinloiu and the tofre Ia husky ami imeerialiu and the grief I wearia grinding ae LIIIHIIIMUg rItIKNow what ore such to do Are they merely to look api Into n braaea awl an idtylag sky Art I lucy to walk M 111at- tltl heath unfwl of 1 reAm Hnaltrllervit by avrrarehlng trees Has God twraed tea out on the l arren OOMHIHH io die 1 Oh nnl not not He Imanol Hee inei with aymMithr aunt klndHct and lora He underalaadu all nor grief He sues the height ami depth sad the ItfMgllt antI the breadth of It He U time only one that rau fatly Kympatlilxe finest tell Jen Sometime when we hUll trouble we go to our friends and wo flGmllllll1lzohutonnuU umlerstand It lint Christ toes tilliPIlr It nail nil through It He not only oountn the tears smith records tho groans hut before the tours started before the groan began Christ saw time Inmost hilling place of your sorrow antI He takes It and He weigh U awl He menitirea It anti He lIUPK It wtthtm sill absorbttiff pity Itono of our bone Menu of our IICllh Heart of our henrU Sorrow of our sorrow Aa long an lie rcmcmbcnt lsisnrua grout lie will stand lmy you Ii tiN cemvtcry Aa Ittiic as He rememltrra ljla own liwirtbrtak He will Htand by you In the uicrnilloii of your atloctlonr Ubeu He forgets time footsore wa Ithe slreple uljrhtu the wintry body the eXliaiutrd wind the awful cross tilt Hiluaia grave thru Ho will forget you but not uatU then- Often when ws were In trouble wa sent for our friend but they were fur awny they could not gut to umum Wa wrote to them Como right stray or telegraphed Take tIme next train They ennui nt last yet were II greet while In coming or perhaps wore too late Hut Christ Is alwayg nturlforeyou behind you wlthlnyoii No mother ever threw her arms around her child with such warmth and 01Ilallrof affection as Chrint has shown toward you Close at hand nearer than tlm staff upon which you loan nearer than tho cup you put to your lip nearer than the handkerchief with which you wipe awii3 your tearsI preach Him nn ever present sill sympathizing compassion ate Jemis How can you stay away one moment from Him with your grlofu Go now io stud tell Jesus It IIs often that our friends have no power to relieve UK They would very much like to do it but they cannot ells entangl our finances they cannot euro our stckittfl arid raise our dcnd but glory be to Ood that He to whom tht disciples wont JJBH all the power In Heaven and on earth nnd nt our call Ho will balk our calamities nnd1 nt just the right time In time presciuc of nn oumuiirghItuiuen mightier them Horod He tIr siwifter than the Htnnn lie IH grander tTan the sea lIe U viutcr than rzgty ti7 Jt ie n rr rn+ vActin wEr tJ1ri J d it- II I 1J1 IWEST POINTERS Selected paragraph from W E Curti Washington correitM nd nc In the Chlca go Record PcrldiiB of Wisconsin U tile belt nil round athlete at the academy Two cadets liavo boon courtmnr tlalcd for using tobncoo during theIlout ycnr but nono has been dismissed and the reports show a decided Im provement Cadet Illllnmn of Indlnnopnlls Is thoIdrat man of the ulnae of 1WKI to become pogaped and the happy bridetobe Is Mitt Kills dater of IJrut mill of thedJOllfl h artillery one of the Instructors at the aoademy Col Mills superintendent of West I Point academy IIs In favor of revoking the rule which prohibits the use of to I barco and permitting the cadets to Kinoke during recreation hours Ho suvs tlrat nearly onohalf of thor demerits arise from the violation of this rule and It leads to much decep lion and untruthfulness The graduating slats this year con lilts of only 64 members an unusually small number The second class has 70 the third class 7t1 and the fourth class 134 member but the last will beIconsiderably reduced after the ex aminations u IIs usually the once The+ course of study is so severe that at least 90 per sent of the oadetslue un table a to survive the struggle of the float t eart Burnett of Illinois him bern erected president of the Young Mens Christian association at West Point military academy to succeed Cadet I Mitchell of Mottoon III The cadets say that Mitchell has been the best president they have ever had and hasher I done more to build up the Y M C A and to extend its influence than J any other man who has ever been In the academy Mitchell U the Inventors I of the diagram for plotting football gfttnos now In vogue among American colleges Burnett the new Y 11 C tootl1l1manI manThe most conspicuous of the 1f10duI ates for scholarship and soldierly qualities Is Cadet Pillsbury n son of n physician of Lowell Mass who eland nt the hood of his class and no high above hla comrades that one of the protestors told me there was room Dough between him and Xo S for a dozen able men He had excellent preparation at the IJoaton School of Technology and has stood first in every study since the day tie entered but lie Is a phenomenal student and they My that he wmitd have been the hut man In any class of any institu J 1 tion that he might have entered SAYINGS OF A CONGRESSMAN IlrpreftntAtlva Hamilton of NUn MUM made n peNh In tlio house re cently whlah ownutnet a great deal of e wit and a ceod deal of vrlMlein We fatrodutK tram the Ctittsco JUeord some of his Jllcramfl tJh rN1Ir ITp1Cfrla1bel nB poor x Many people mistake envy for poUt t tcaleconomy Let us not be self rlghteous because we lire bar tip Human saute is about the same in Its fuHitaiiiPHUtt ovtllnos from a dollar a day up God toads mean different here and hereafter we are toW the difference will bo still snore marked There will probably never come n thuff whoa the snral1 regeneration of mankind can be aeeompllsjied by legis lation There as doubt that the dust from the wheels of aoms peoples carriages IIs mart aNRoTtug than that of others TlM legislative oath of olDer actually perform Its ptrMatartl function confer no mafttle of wisdom or prophecy altlwNtfb tome gentlemen seem to kMiptat this of themselves Tim MIc1T1 Cincinnati June 18 CATfhtt Common 1 00 TM W Soled Imtuliirn S to a A 10 CAliVHAKxtrm 0 V i a JO- HOCtS Nrttwt parker i 90 fa S lI1 Mlxwl mrr 3 110 I 81I8KP buns 4 10II4 80 I IIMgtf 7 i 10 KIQrU Mprintr pat 1 UHKAT 1 20 u ml 1ft TV ttlitN Ni L uiixwl ill H- IOATHI No inlsMl M- ItYK Sb 3 fII 1111 I hiN timothy 14 U- IJ llias lPork 11 95 LAttn f 0 V- iitrrrrtitcii dairy K AtII Cholw errnefst1JcrrrORRlft tort 1 40 1 110 TOtlACLONrw 1 30 IT 71 Ofcl 4 00 14 75 CHICAGO I UiilWin patent L T to- I W1tICATNoired Sl 513No A aiWIfRS f 404- UATlNn 4j- 4llNu39 Jyaflijff HYBXo 9 AT P011K Mrsa 10 M- LAitD Slmm 0 4011 T- OXlfV 1OAl- iILOUIt119npu tent SO 1- 0WllitlINo 4 vtil lOltmSNo k llilVOil SUi OATS So X mtsod 14HYI5I 03- 01t1i laws 11 T5 ISO LAIfDStinim 05 UAtTIMOnE- WIIIWlVNo t red 72 Southern SI COHN No S mUvedl 4444 OATS Xo II inlsiil 711 u- rC1rliFirst IllInl li Iim- IOIISIsttrn 5 G SO INDIANAPOLISt r IIIUIXoI 2 red Qk 7ffc t CORN Su 8 mixed 41 1 O11SNo S mixed cl 4 t LOUISVILLE ITLOUIt Win patent 4 25ll 4 50- bb AVIIKAT o 2 reelI 72 i 3hOA1KMbcdJltKvMefi JJIB 00 I JLw HD Scum II 0 75 i I I J The Typewriter Inrrntton A Statistician hasnrovedthat the invention of the typewriter has given employment to 500000 people but he fills to state how many rarer of weak stomachs and dyipepsia it lies induced All people of sedentary occupation nwd lioitettcrs Stomach Hitters It helps nature to bear the strain which ensues from rnldicilllNoor woman who hat been cured of tom oeu trouble by its use Tin Parson revenge It tlfd been the custom of an Atchinon I his life to time hit preacher at church and when the preacher lied talked 30 minutes the Atehieoir man thought it long fleughand got up and walked out lie ied rretntlranll the preacher took ad that the knocker of his nermons couldnt get away and preached a runeral sermon lasting an hour and 15 min utes Atchiion Globe HapreHir Co rl Au lalii time FootEase Tr UeMnrU Justice Laughlin in Supreme Court Hut lea ordered a permanent injunction with costa nnd a full accounting ofsales to luue against Paul JJJiudon the manutlQo hirer of the toot Dr Clarks Foot Powder and also against a retail dealer of JlrtwkJyn restraining them from making or selling time Urark M Foot Powder which it declared in the decision of the Court an imitation and infringement of Pool 1asrrthe powder to shake into your eliocs for Used aching feet now iiI largely advertised and sold all over the country Allen 8 Olmstcd of Ixs Ray N Yis the owner of the trademark 1001o11It and he is the first individual who ever advertised foot powder extensively over the coma ry lie will sent a sample Free to anyone who writes hint for it J ho decision in this case upholds his trademark and renders all jwrties liable wino fraudulently attempt to profit by the extensive Foothw ad vrrtiiinp in placing upon the market a spu rious sail similar appearing preparation la bled and put up in envelopes and boxes like Footliase Sunder suits will be brought against others who are now infringing on the Foot Pare trademark and common Jaw tights An llluilrnllon An Irishman was telling me that Irishmen Ate creatures of impulse An Irish man would kill a man in one minute be- aid and he timber standing him A diarinL the nntJondoJl PirkMr U- pABSOLUTE T SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Roar Signature ef 4See ptsI11 WrNsr Im I- wry unR cwt atalus M HJjar CARTERS IVER S Fil HEAIACNE FIX IIZZIMCSS RIft BILIOUSNESS FOR T8RPJ1 LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION INIIpVssa7 Vieth etetriiSrh WIw MAur e CURE SICK HEADACHE to un extremest of the I u The lest Prescription fr Chills and Fever U a bottle of GnoTxa TABTILIM CBILL TONIC nil iltnply iron and qulnlncln attsteieas form No cureno pay PricefOc I hark Secret Foreigner now are your senators electedAmericanNone of them will tclll Puck To Cure a Cold In One flay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money it it rails to cure 25c perleQtlrhoppynever made anything fit to eat Jndlanap oils Journal- I do not believe 1isos Cure for Consump derJohn15 1000 In the game of matrimonyevery man should take the hand of a good woman Chicago Daily New jjSome bated breathIhiiadelphiaRecord with I IJlebert Flournoy Brickyard Ala wrotei I MoffettsTeettl1na I irritatlonstroublesof Jtlhen positionsthey anewfTC4M PAbaLrns Dine do not spot dyedappeamrmce ifrr rlont slwsn Jve te climb to flme4 lrldltl jumper IrUrmaret t- a hails Catarrh Cure Is tarn Internally Price 750 a whoheirsotherswilldeny adauaN4u XI GumheyhumanLindnr j = c I 9 WALTHAM WATCHES Over twentyfive years ago the American Waltham Company stated that 350000 Waltham j Watches are speaking for themselves i in the pockets of the Today EIGHT MILLIONri Waltham Watches are in use throughout the civilizedworld Wallfam Watches are for sate by all retail jewelers If you will buy three OldVirginia Cheroots and them today you will get the greatest amount of comfort and satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in a smoke and get it j1rcc Mmes over I You havent any idea how good they are and cannot have until you try them Try three today of a 50 Three hundred minion Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centss The p rocllalnc dlnlnsrcar undrrslrued A1LUASONO1A RSAOIms DBSIKlNO COLUMNS KEKUS1NQ to of You have made imitations of Laxative You have tried to pass them as the genuine You have traded on a business reputa tion has cost years of labor and of dollars to upbuild The United States to every the undis turbed of the frqits of his toil and will protect the public from fraud You are therefore ordered and desist from your lawful under the law JnlCanceClllago Watch people smoke instead cigar For Infant and OhildrtII U 1 Bears Slgnalrre Of CItI iA JUDGE imitator Laxative off which thousands guarantees man commanded practices penalties tIE Us Over Thirty Year The Kind Yau Always Bw J 7N000TAYCOYNTir THCCTntWTOMH CITYe 1 + + + ICII + + + + + r l II A news ink that IS CHEAP is manufactured by fM The Queen City Printing Ink Co Cincinnati Ohio + Who have had years experience in making NEWS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such an the Speed of the Pressthe Texture of the Paper the 9 Temperature of the Press Room etc It goes FARTHER to the look a paperand IS CHEAP or at least ECONOMI CAL which is THE TEST for word CHEAP This to printed with THAT Ink NEWS I IL DR MOFFETTS Allays InltallM Ids HpsflM T I h l Teething Powders X TEETHINARdi vttht Bowel I 1 Troubles ef Children of Costs oily 25 clots at Dmggists ANY AGE Orasll5ceats to CJ MOFFtJT M Dt ST LOUIL MO i IINEW RIVAL II FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS- No fcteck powder tietlson the market compare with the NEW RIVAL la Bat formHjr and strong tbooUng qttiUUcA Sure Hns ncd vrmterproel Get tile genutss- WHMttESTERI BEPEATIKi RAMS CO New Hate Cw CNIGA60TO OMAHA Br071toQttnine enjoyment INK Service Ncw1lnevlaltock DubuqueWaterloo tloAtroan t Coon dlllllln Buffet Ilbmrcemoktag ears ilccplDir eMS free clialr cars 8nd to Uio fora tree copy of Pictures und Heise En Route Illustrat leI this new line as seen from car window Tickets of agents of I C It 11 nod connectlnr lints Chlcas OFTfitS PAPER TO UUY ANTTUIXC AUtUTISKD IN ITS BI10ULI INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TUEV ASK FOIL ALL BUBSTITUTE3 Oil IMITATIONS it H For Have h HUHKAT 40 ADDS of the the IMakesi BowelsE INCH ESTERIww DoubleDaily u I ILobar SitTlBBT water contents Dessert of a pack hasty Jellvcon set away in a cool place until wanted and you will have the most brilliant pleating jelly The flavors are lemon orange strawberry rasp berry wild cherry and peach or ifadelicious wine or coffee jelly is desired get calfsfoot Jcllycon Your grocer ella t fO Q BUGGIES nct 1 iitniBMn wITt 11TUllIUVPPIIAI P Ul urt3L 411M Reel ten nmTls slnrettaaugn lMunMae wurulg Ildm 1 1 rn kUU laNwI US DUOQY A CART COjor CUnxxiTI e oII UtiliiS HMtHt All ELBE fursBest Cough ejrnp Taamc Good tao In time Bnid bY drnevUt I IVI t 1 u LAXATIVE aRoMa UININE Must not be Imitated BromoQuinine Laxative BrmnoaOuii inf n Ir is a Vafisl TaatfefiHspk and ssausti istl 3a iKipThe Paris Medicine Co St Louis Ho recently wdta suit in the U S Circuit Court for the district of Indiana establishing the validity of Laxative Bromo Quinine as ai trademark and perpetuallyenjoiningi thedefendant Newton C Davis of Frankfort Indiana from using those or arty i similar words to describe a medicinal preparation of isis manufacture On account of the popularity of Laxative Broip I Quinine it still has a few imitations put up under similar nan s which are calculated to deceive the public and in order to getrjie 3 i genuine be sure this signature Bffiv is en every box ehh I Paris Medicine Co will bring suit at once against all other infring Laxative RromoQuinine is a prescription compounded exclusively for colds and it seldom fails to cure a cold in one day All drugtt In the United States and Canada sell itNo Cure No Pay Price 25c ft4 d ti J DO r F L 1 t I I 1 R wig x MaterialI jjUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER 1- J 1 Doors and Windows Shingles c FI Lime and Cement i Builders Hardware Paiuta Oils eto J i TIMATES JJ CIIEEKFDLLYFUKX1SIIEI g i cJ c 811EEDSTUFFS +alay o tIJcorn1l1ll1l eta etc I 1 1LPWSEllison i Mr R W Buck the old hustlor is hack in business reottui in cura Tho report that Mr Dave Burnott of Reelfoot had been shot and seriously wounded printed elsewhere in the Cou 1 rier proves to bo n mistake Ho is seriously ill but now better Dyersburg iis to have n cotton fac tory It Is said that from Richmond Vn to Atlanta Ga along the lines of tho principal railway it seems as if it were impossible to get out of sight of new cotton mills either in operation or in course of construction An army of live hundred men are working between Fulton and Clinton They are preparing tho ground for the new track of the Illinois Central which will double track that system from Oai J to Fulton a distance of fifty miles 1ro1 Three of the large gangs have had their headquarters In Fulton Some of them are messing together in camp t The w wages paid each man is 125 per day and they are paid off each Saturday night Leader What is the price of wheat Local buyers are mailing no offers from theI fact that prices are uncertain The wheat in the Dakotas will not equal the third of a crop and in Ohio Michigan and Wisconsin say one half In other sections tho crop is full and good and increased acreage Hence wheat has been advancing Tho continuous rains in this section has damaged the crop II apprehendednow 73 cents and if that stands localII buyers can pay 70 cents- OFFICIAL I I l CALLl I I Iorthe Democratic Committee For New l lCORTeRtinUHberaatenal CoBTeatlon It is further ordered that on Satur day July 14 at 2 p m standard time there shall be held at each voting pre duct in the various counties and legis lative districts ot the State of Kentucky at the usual voting places a precinct convention for the purpose of appointing delegates to a county or legislative convention on May 15 at 2 p m which county and legislative district conven tions shall in turn appoint delegates ton state convention to be held In Lexing ton Ky on Thursday July 19 1000 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for governor to bo voted for at the No vember election 1900 Provided that in tho counties ot Campbell Kenton Fayette and Jefferson legislative dis trict conventions only shall be held in lieu of precinct conventions The ba sis of representation for county dele gates shll be one vote for each fifty votes and a fraction over twenty five cast for Bryan electors in1890 The ba sis of representation for count dele gates and the qualiflcatians of voters shall be tho same as provided for in the State convention above ordered for Juno 14 1900 ALLIE W Yousa Chairman PERCY IIALY Secretary For Sale A good milk cow three fourth Diirham with young calf Apply to J W PURCELL +Science and Servants If the inquiry to be made by tho In ir dnstral Commission into tho servant girl problem is on scientific lines it is not unlikely that if tho servant girl problem is not solved the reasons why it cannot bo solved will appear As tho problem confronts the average I Ihouseleeepcr it seems to bo how to get and to keep an efficient domestic sere IvastI There does not appear to bo a well developed other side to the ques tion probably for tho reason that no 1 ant looks upon domestic service M life calling but regards it rather as- A pears employment pending mat and the establishment of herI tyI t othousehold subject has been largely discuss a Iorganizationsasum Numbers of solutions have been f procfI adopted i liefs of domestic servants so that no in dividual would bo forced to work over eight hours Mrs Amelia Barr the J subRhtntinKif uovwist announced her intention of I vtstigaI rti in tho held ot domestio service TI aid has never been tilled and reo as of considerable importance to so ci i ienl science shQuld ho evolved T is reason to believe that thin ser e V jlrl problem in the United States is bike that of any otho country and ti ndnstrial Commission has under t a profltaWo work j 1 f f r War Will Last for Years Carbondalo III Juno 17 At tho time of tho call for volunteers to fill up tho volunteer army for Philippine service a largo number enlisted from Southern 11 linois especially in tho Fortieth Regi ment Recently Lieutenant 0 P Rob inson in n letter to relatives vividly de scribes the country and tho inhabitants in Northern Mindanao wherethe regi ment has seen much service It is not these people thaj the Spaniards have been compelled to tight from time to time but the Interior tribes There lies some miles away the great lake of Llanao landlocked by long rang os of mountains and evidently us Im precnablo to the entrance of civilization- us the introduction of commerce about Its thickly The popu lation Is of populatedextraction and the ferocity and love of strife is accounted for by tlm renegade and outlaw element which fora century has made Lake Lla nuo their rendezvous Whenever K sol dier of Spiiin wandered fur enough from his fellows to make Ids murder ixwsiulo without immediate detection ho was slain and these natural haven of refuge of his slayer was the lake Llanao The en tire shore Iis one vast village Wo occa sionally have seen them prepare for an island raid and once was made the vie Urns of tho preparation I cannot see how it will ho posslhlo for our govern rent to subjugate these fearless savage for years to conic lloforo Deciding on Your Summer Trip Look up rates routes and train ser vice via the Mobile Ss Ohio R K to Waukcsha WLs Niagara Falls N Y PutInBay Ohio Denver Pueblo anti Colorado Springs Col Macklnao Island Mich Chicago Ill St Paul Mliiu Minneapolis Minn St Louts Mo and many other resorts North East and West Low rates superior service This company has In service a complete line of new vestibuled coach es and sleepers Their summer schedules are unsurpassed close connection is made at St Louts Union Station for all prominent Summer resorts Special 11obllo 1 Ohio representative meets all incoming trains at St Louis and sees to the transfer of passengers to the con necting lines attends to sleeper reservation etc Summer tickets on sale from June 1st to September 30th limit ed to return passage to October JJlst 1900 for rates tickets and Jnll informa tion apply to Ticket Agent C f SHEPARD Gen Pas Agt- Mobile Ala Some Law The law against killing squirrels ex pired Friday Another law not general ly known is tho one making it obliga tory upon every person owning or lens ing land upon which Canadian thistles grow to cut them so as to prevent their going to seed There is a tine imposed for a neglect of this duty Weald Not Ser So Agala For Flftj Tines Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badly in all my life When I come down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller store and they rec OholIemlike magic and one dose fixed me nil right It is certainly the finest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereaf ter for I should not care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its prlceO II WILSON Livery man UUlJ tbtown Washington conn ty Pa This Remedy Is for sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hlckmon and A M Shaw State Line druggists ANDREW JACKSON SPECIAL To Kansas CitJMo The Nosh Chat St Louis Rail way will ran a special train of Pull man Sleepers and Palace Day Coaches known as tho Andrew Jackson Special on account of the National Democratic Convention to Kansas City Mo The Special will leavo Nashville Monday evening 805 oclock via Martin and arrive m Kansas City 5 45 p m Tues day One fare for the round trip Tho Tickets good to July 9 Rates on all regular trains the same on days includ ed CommlMMloiicrM Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COURT II O Amberg Plaintiff against Equity Goo D Mette Admr Ac Deft Notice is hercbygiven to the Creditors of Goo D Metts deceased that the un dersigned Commissioner of Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at his office on tho Corner of Jackson und Kentucky streets from tho date hereof until tho 1st day of the next September term of this Court moo to receive and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims not presented to him and prov en as required by law within tho time specified above will bo forever barred W P TAYLOR Master Corar Fulton Circuit Court By Ton DILLON Su Deput- yCnwmiNAlonerN u Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COURT D A Luten iidmr Plaintiff against Equity M E peons etal Defendant Notice is hereby given to the creditors of N J GeenH deceased that thu un dersigned Commissioner of tho Fulton Circuit Court under an order in thu nbovu styled cause will attend at his otllco on tho corner of Jackson and Ken tucky streets from the date hereof until tho 1st day of the next September term of thin court 1000 to receive and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims not presented to him mid nrdvon us required by law within tho time specified above will bo forever barred W P TAYLOR Must Comr Fulton Circuit Court By TOM Dawjf fSB Deputy DENKY Thanks Uod People do Not Want Him for President New York J tel5Tho Heralds Washington correspondent sends n report ohm interview with Admiral Dc oy in which ho is represented confess ing Unit his presidential prospects are not good Ho said Sonia time ago the leaders or those whom we have always regarded as the leaders asked me if I would allow my name to be used in connection with the proposltlonI and accordingly announced that If the people wanted mo to servo in that ca parity I would gladly do BO but they do not appear to want 1110IIn these days the people dont selee- the t President The choice in now mad by u few IlOlitlculleadelM who put heads together and fix up their theirII fore the convention assembles Admiral Dewey recalled that in form er days it was customary for tho candi date before a national convention receiv fug the next higher number of votes to the successful titan to receive the nomi nation for vice president und that meantt succession to tho presidency if tho party lowerrhl to tho question of whether ho would accept tho nomination for vice president Hw said somn of ills very best friends had urged him to make a formal announcement that ho would not accept second place on the ticket with Mr Bryan This he had do clined to do on the ground that the nomination timid not been tendered him 0Illeatnell Steps Oat ii George S Bontvrell who has been leader in Free Soil and Republican pol i itics for half a century stopped out of the McKinley organization at tho re cent autiimperiallstio meeting in Nov7II York Boutwell has been Governor Massachusetts Senator of the Unit ofII States and Secretary of the Treasury and has been a tower of strength to the j i Republican party A GAUD OF THANKS i I wilt to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlain I Cough Remedy has done for our tlUllI llv We have used it in so many caw of coughs lung troubles and whooping coughs and it has always given tho most perfect satisfaction we feel great ly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully Mss S DOTTY Des Names Iowa For sal by Cowtith and CovgUl lUckman an- A l M Shaw State Line Druggist Public Notice The firm of Ledford Rogers having been dissolved Mr J W Rogers Uncle Jack desires notice given that he to j 1boughtgroceries and that under tho firm nam- of Rogers Threlkeld they will run general grocery business at the Wittinrr Stand Clinton street where Uncle Jackt and Cue will welcome old customers andI friends and as many new ones as may be kind enough to call We keep any and everything in our line For IoAs good a small Irma there is in Western KentuckyD TOOMIIS Fine Farm for Sale I My farm located in MADRID BEN1 Fulton County Ky containing 1000 ACRES more or less ISO in cultivation 8 of tin in clover nDG R DpflfltWfl IIP R RRQOM- Swith Pantry and Kitchen two Rood cisterns young orchard barn and all necessary oat buildings Also good tenant houses lots stable cisterns and wells all fences In qgood repair This land will yield 1 bale of Cotton per acre or 40 bushels of Corn the remainder of the laud is well tim beredAbout OOQgicres of this laud timber ed subject to overflow Terms reasonable For further particulars and terms np ply to MRS SUSAN MMILL KyOrC25U Bessie Tens I Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 lined each from farmers who are subscrib products Land for Sale IOllaccoobarn olOaycenddre8tFor Hide Two Roller Coulters Apply to II K WALKEK Good nilllc cows lor sate Apply to I O L Ross Cow for Sale calrApply THE STEVE STAR Livery anti Feed iNfuhlt WagonBuggieshorsesdation giyeii Your patronage solicit ed Jr JI 01 1r f II1II iA I TIn MAN WHO KILLED IOKHEL mu WHITES TULTOX A LKTTRU FUOM TIIK tOUTnw ItT By the Associated Pnm FRANKFORT Ky Juno 18 WIl- liam Culton who is in jail under Indict ormeat an on accessory to tho murder of William Cocbcl has received tin an nnymous letter postmarked Fort Worth TXJIIH in which tho writer KIMH I urn sorry you mire in trouble I kill ed Gocbel Ho know I would do it Ton minutes after the shooting I watched the crowd in the state house from the Fort Hill I went to Georgetown iind tlxk n train tuliiltnir nl Cluoinuutll next day At IKnouts Olio 1 gut miredi and went to Oklahoma before utiintng hare lam on a sash out hero mid tluwu who knew mo in Kentucky would not know me in Texan Oulton says ordinarily ho would rot thoI1 turged file letter over to his counsel Political Censorship at Manili If there ia any common ennu in muln Wartplain Nobody objected to the KUxirviH lOll no long as it could do uny good but Use Government by keeping up is tin K sing on the pros and public und UH upoallonNllpurposeEvery notices Unit when n Philippine nowHpujx corrosion dent winning to tell tho truth about tho condition of attain about him ho is nom jHlled to send his news by nmll and ov ea then he has to convoy it out of tho uuntrv by some friend und have it mall ed in China Under no oiraumHtiinui wireaout the real news HAVE FELT Tin CURSE Editor Oswald Otteudorfer of tho New York StnaUZcltnug sound the keynote of tho German American do ftvtion from the Republican fans when jhit declares that German American learned lu their Fatherland the dangers- of imperialism and militarism and that they will never vote to fasten those evils on their adopted country This spirit is eminently logical on the part of the people for whom Mr Ottou dorfer speaks They have indeed learn td from bitter experience the cost of Empire and of time policy of foreign conquest now favored by Mr MeKin Ifr Germany situ felt to thv tallest the- o curse of inlhtarLiin as the inevitable uxompaulmont of Imperialism ItupuM mg upon the people the horrors of mill orr conscription and of a tax bunion 10 heavy as to give birth to time saying that every German peasant carrier u soldier on his back It would bo strange indeed if German tnerloaui failed to perceive with peculiar clear Doss the ominous menace of tho Mo Kialej administrations surrender to the glamour of Empire l1ohlt1nIAmerican vote in November U likely to develop an unpleasant iurprio for tho Imperialists A Monster Den Fish Destroying iu victim is a typo of Con itipatiou The iwww of this uialndy U andaAaAbrain But Dr Kings Now Life Illls are a safe and certain cure Belt in the world for Stomach Liver Kidneys and bowels On 25o at all drug store IlThIrd of a lllllion for War Any American citizen who may still bo inclined to gloat over tho military burdens of Europe felicitating thorn selves upon the trccdoui of this Ropub lie from such loads may profitably study tho appropriations for warlike purposes made by Congress In Itt session just closed These tremendous expenditures au thorized by Congrctis are only an earn fit of what Is to como it the imperial tendencies of the Republican party aro not checked Anny1142tt00955bFortifications 7B7080981 Military Academy 05168007 Navy CS08001007 Pensions 14524528000 Urgent doflciciicat W or Navy etc 0 809521210 Additional detlcieuceo War Navy etc 54072440 Total eJJ43U571770 That Is just about half tho total ox pense of tho Government It is far more than ia paid for similar purposes by any ono of time great military pow ers of Continental Europe Jo Over Until Fall 1Alf time result of nu order issued by the Court of Appeals the contests for pos session of the minor state officers will go over until fall The order was n surprise to both sides No significance Is attached to tho action Time Democrats are the legal officials but mire not in ac tual possession of the office building LAST full I sprained my loft hip while handling sonic heavy boxes Tho doc tor I called on that said it was a slight Kpruin and wonld soon lx well hut it grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to got worse mid I could hardly got around to work I went to a drug store and tho druggist recommended me to try Chain berlalr Pain Balm 1 tried it and one half of a 60centbottlo enroll mo entire ly I now rcsomuieud it to all my friends F A BAHCOCK Erie Pu It is for sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hick man and A M Shaw State Linn Druggists Will l in Town Call in at E E Reeves COH und sea his nice line of Carriages mid Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies are now out of alght Both young ladies und mar lied ladies aro specially invited L wu K T TYIKK Vreit C A HOLCOX11K y troth MT C 40HSSOS Vk EICZMUAN BANEHIOKMAN KENTUCKY iLilrt SaR LMi4 tli Jan aMeS Paid UpI Capital 5000000sim- niJN AH iii ivinii PIIOFITH 10000S- oliultH your IniHincHB Wo offer tlio most Liberal AuoonuunilntlonN to our OiiHtomora QoiiniHtout with HHlalilinhml Bunking Prlnol- llloHDIRECTORS KTTVLEU 0 A HOLOOMBE J NAYLOIl W 11 UAlVP3UIt h 11V OOWGILli L 0 MAUDOX 0 F BAMJJBIt IIIOKMAN WAGON COe1 AM lA TlKiRH IIF TIIK CKMHKATIII artya HrOft l OTl W r 7H- ioKMAN KENTUOKY T Y Mr Jorgenhausser Used ioWorr Booausa lilt ailvartiotomanU in tlm local papers didnt fflrtn to attraot nttonUon didnt drew n crowd to his storo aniDiolp him to soil good NOW HE DONT WORRY Why BcctuMi hit ha found that IIP can get fifty first rate ads fliiirk full of UgKotiou the best that aro ap peering in his line in newnpancK the country ovor fbr a dollar and that with their help it is mere play to ar range ads which nil thin bill to a T You can do the sumo All lines Send a duller to as t AD SUPPLY BUREAU I 8 Devonshire St Room I BOSTON MASS Artl4tel7 Auralwrt Art Iiu+ let Al AJIIIt parka Aile OrNM- A6Ia Can AO Ito 1enNJIifoWU U Ul Itatur MUIMlHfpar De tyrant 1Mb Tata IIrMI Ian- dlIl1ofu iIIrtbraellal1hCf1 llal1hCf1J1rt or a liar Supres Until buui CMII Ilw ObQee 111IU fbamttr Seta Cull IfcUi ll1nllC l1Hin Olothn flacks Unw Lana Cut HUM Cream rases- ebree Lrw tlHera e fskCorn Iuppen r k StaeU- tWllfoU-c ai Illstlnl eta npr tanen IOwIIodfIMfo dui ar rn-t t l 1Il1o M- 1Mnr uI- IWa IIOof irate IrtrT Ctortr- rise IoU PHILLIPS BUTT0RFF co- NASHVILLE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUrACTURCRB New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE JAPANNCO COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES P1reters- toat Ketik- aLktra Sao- lust TENN STAMPCD rn- aIlOfln Tiover lolt clout Mop Inn null irons Ill Traps stint lour Hettt Oral Triteti lame Sea- ou41ne btanit lrsin Scoop- silkwmrs pleating Stuns llammocka Hat harp HalrhrU Jlolldi Ooudi DR S 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