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Auction ad chnngedIMDemocrats wen with the Hmall fry whp fluvobocH barkingat tho Nows bocuuma it has had tho courage toeiHURKust tho WrtyJt Ids eMerceaseat Urgency Denied KcnllfUllOutwulut TionTiUn sends the following byjrpaclaloourlcrtHelnforcemenU aro urgently needed Tfep JMunltlcH nre heSvy Uio atninunl lion Is Itmitllclcnt and nmohtac and ma chIno gun aro required rhoItursian- salTe railroad plnUon tire hard him sed Q1u OhJntlllo tfflOJwJ p ip wrfncotfiant I1ru fron 11QirUtut on lhu furopan oatictwiontcyatmrlyall of whlub have- brvti bunted Got your Watch HxedVund get a slaw of Soda free at BucKtfJ r noIT hue rained at UIniipjjlinm Ala every day for the past month and great duuuittoha born dontvUi property and oftQxe i F Cuban tenon ctx+ liaVtt JHII 3aptkgu f lMn to ut M ttwjj 101h MtAN f r J JV Muck lai allu k Como and trade with him ho will trent yuu to n glas of Boda mtSK- VBSTYMVE hundred rooms have been iircuml by the information bureau for the accomodation of visitors to Kan win City during alto demooratio national convention ttttEX- THRTH after a trip throuKh tho Northwnit declare Uiat the wheat crop will yield but ouufourth of lost year and that the outlook should be reuanled aa national calamity tttfHi- tVA und 11111 aro now in tho lund i for President nnd Vice Pronldunt hut f till Courier prediotH that ho will not be the nominee for Vice President Tho Courier is for him however mtI KVJust received u big stock of now Towqlry SilverwareAc A glwet of Soda frat with every purahoso at BucKa ttttTIIK population of Chicago according to the United Status census just com pleted IH lOWOOl This Is more them double what It was in 1800 and cosily y make It the second city In tho country ttttTIIK Republican Stuto convention has been called for fx ubivlllo on July k 17th to nomiunfu a candidate for Gov ernor just two days ahead of tho Deui ocratlo convention lion John Yerkes of Danville will be tho Republican nom have without opposition mtTHANKS I eerUilnly do thank all those that worn HO geod and kind to my wife nnd children while 1 was sick May God bless them R W BUCK a ttttBuyAN ill 1800 received 218000 votes in Kentucky In 1809 Goebel got 181 000 Of this shortage of SJ7000 votes 12000 voted for Brown 8000 for tho Populist ticket and 23000 did not vote at all These dissatisfied voters will elect tho next Governor of Kentucky tmAc- txwuiNO to an Associated Press dispatch from Frankfort llepublicaus proposo to bring W S Taylor back to Kentucky this fall to uinko ix campaign in tho mountains whero ho could bo protected by the sauio element which assembled at Frankfort just before tho killing ot Gooboltm f Tile live civilized tribes of tho Indian Territory tho Oreeks tho Cherokees tho ChickosawB tho Choctaws and Seta v iaoles aro no longer a savage raco Thoy havo an oxcoltcat system of schools mud are eager for education Their cos tunica are those of tho European and t tho white man is their model 1- tIF 41 1 i ALMOST CERTAIN That Democratic Convention Will De t ntnutl Extra Session to Re pens Uoehcl1 Law Prnnkfort Tu2i in now almost txrlnin that tho Democratic convention to bo hold in Lexington July 10th will pass n resolution requesting Governor Dcokham to call an extra session of tho legislature for the purpose ot repealing tho Goobol law Leadora of the party are hard at work and it is wild that all1 but u promlfio lad been scoured from Booklmm rime legislature will meet sometime in September und remain in session JOduyn CoHtrmliclioiiH When General Grosvenor denounced tho Republican platform WI crude and senile in style as badly written in xx r English ho might have gone deeper und shown some of tho contradictions in that document und tho recent conduct of tho Republican party 1 ho platform conoumnH trusts nnd fr I lt1ro1tCUonblnatloua admittedly owo their existence The platform claims credit for the Ropublican party for tho prosperity of time last four yearn which was u natural reaction from u panic of vorldwo ex tent und blames fato for war ln theJ iilllllllll7 W liUU wag n lirRt result of tho undiplomatic unllmerk treat meted out to time IiJllllnsI A CARD I wish to say that I feel u der lasting obligations for what Camberlalus Cough Remedy laM d0ae or our tam ill Wo Imvo used It W wavy cusp ot coughs lung troublrs nd wbooplngC- OORhll and it has ilnys Riven time most perfect satlsfac wo feel greatly indebted to time inJflBfactUTCrd Of this remedy and wish tbra to ploaae accept our hearty thanks Kospootfullp MRS S DOTTY Des Mou Fi Iowa For sale by Oowgill and 0111gill lIickmlln and A M Shaw StafULmo Druggists Mrs S L loslor and daughter of Cuyco are ending the week with Mrs V Heull I IIr t 4 TT n4ces p t 1 t Joei I j IJ I 1 AT H 11 4 c L tI S N g7 W 11 L I 7 J i 1 f J TWSfEK s i i r t t t 4 I I I Peace for Filipplnos It must bo confuted that the Filipi nOt have exhibited n great anxiety since the United Status ii unled sovereignty of that country U Oo peaceful toward our representative over there or to be come a part and parcol of this country At length howttur a largo number of leading Insurgents have organized and made ovortun for jwaco They do no act by authority of Aguitmldo but as sort that tllIbulloo that that much 1talked of gentleman will accept th terms proved by them disband his arm ice and mM good in the tuturo Gun MeArthur seems disposed to meet them Hberullv but him referred tho matter toII Judge tufts Commission Funny Slur j I It is stated that Judgolluzulrigg hat his doubts about tho necessity of unII ileotion for Governor this year to fill tho uiioxpircd1 term of Gov Goebel but tha be will Issue tho writ for the olectiotn order to bo on tho wife side It would Hookhnmthen tho court should decide that tho election was illegal und that Bcoklmm held on tho remainder of tho term Madison Hustler I TAMMANYS CHIEFS OPINION Hero is his opinion of Roosevelt Roosevelt hay no particular platform San Juan bill isnt n platform As I un dersUind it several hundred bravo fellows galloped up San Juan hill most of thorn Democrats from time south und if San Juan hill were an issue wo could got a democrat who rodo up tho hill as fast as Col Roosevelt But San Juan bill is not the issue now Wo want a man who will attack the trusts Thats tho sort of a rough rider thuts in tho sad dle in tho person of William J Bryan foughtisvolt boom Is just a hurrah Tho dent ocratic party iis full of men who did just- us gallant service in the Spanish war as tho governor did alghteh Jlamblon near Reelfoot Lake thiscolt t = Look to New York 111 Chicago lime Uemld a leading Rej rtlicau paper whose editor is km a aa a close confidential friend of Pro font McKinley has this to say as t011 ooeevelVs nomination T eodoro Roosevelt having failed tto sttn lime tido of Republican enthusiasmI lima xonld not permit him to escape theI Retparty now ous irobleui of electing its ticket with lout iho electoral vote of New York thepoliticaep chit aery nnd deceit behind time flcti tion stampede that overcame Oov Roo evolts honest instinct and snatch I dutyIthat it weakens tho Republican ticketI Jim tI State with the largest vote lu tinI nowIl 10 fl1 e the dUUcult cask of olectiugMc relywgIonB t110wI Jlrlce Takes Defeat I Troy NewsBanner Co found it 111111 wo feel kind o nat ural this week for the first time iu mat weeks We breatho once more freed imn pure air on our owu moun tam eath Wo can say do think and writ what wo duru please It don t pay i newspaper man to bo n candidate Ho n j t have room to spread in one fnen says to tho poor pitiful unfortu nate sorrowful cowardly candidate saythat1 I sure 3 brought to bear on him to pwis mum And you may bo sure a news papoi loses money prestige and iuflu once hen its editor is uium Hoopla I hip ip hooray I Tko St Louis Strike Tit strilcodtuntion at St Louis is still peaceful Tho Coroners inquiry into the ro tof Juno 10 eked Verdicts of hominjic wore rendered in three cases L vl but n ono hold responsible Federal JudgojAdama granted a temporary in junction restraining the strikers from in torferiug 1itb mail cars About 000 of the 8herifl7spo3so wore furloughed a 1 E a a If s i r r i i i e v e r r r e r Dewey AVouIdnt Accept ti stand today said the Admiral where I stood three months ago If the American people watt me to bo their President I am still willing to serve therntflf they want me well and good But I repeat what I recently said that I thank God they do not ap pear to watt mo This statement is not made frivol ously but religously When I see the trouble and responsibilities the Presi dent has to deal with at this moment I thank God they are not on my shoulders II Tho Admirals attention was called toI the report that the Democrats now that Roosevelt is ou the Republican ticket are auxions to place a war hero on the I Democratic ticket with Bryan and that his name Is associated with the vlcoII presidential cl1udulacyII viceBbeen offered to me But I do not mind saying that if it were tendered to me under no consideration would I take it I Ho did not taro to speak further on politics Not I War tail lie Declared According to the yellow journalistic I boys of tho east and also tho west a state of war exists as a resnlt of tho bombardment of Tien Tsin As is usI ual with the statement of these orange types of journalism the truth has been ignored iu their haste to write about nntt or an active declaration of war IIA state of war does not oxlatI nor will be declaim with China It it C true that the foreign legations hliVotbeen destroyed nnd ministers t it may lead to war But tho war will I against China Tho war will bo iagainst tho disorderly element that IsII responsible for tho trouble aunt not against China as a nation Commercial t Teddy and His Wife It will not escape tho appreciative no tico of tho many loyal adherents of wo mans cause who is striving for a wider recognition of womans influence in public affairs that at tho most critical PhiladolpblaGovwife to his side for also counsel ConsemtiYe Democrats Hold the Balance r Party ultraists may make nominees 4 but ia Kentucky these latter days the tschlxeifore If political party would wkilt the polls it must sot ride ro gh eked over Limo conservativEseatifaeat U Itsy own lines for oven if tMi JliaCltifNI ia strong enough to BumSjMtete eoaveaV teeelect n- C rather loose IB Kentucky and sovexalr 1- r thousand good Democrats have become accustomed to voting pretty much as thei s fairdealingior country and yet every Keataka r rditlonr Republicaaa claim and thoSwwfe of + them believe it that their rata Taylor vi was JOIIJfu11y and fraudsleatly cS c ed oat of the GoreraoHrfdp by a p rtl Demoifrom the declaIoa Of the State bo mte tthet enl sustained their legal coateatkHl In the midst of this contest peer acbel as able and gifted a teadec aaKsa tncky ever produced WM foully aMat tsiaated Soutebgdy killed his aM v c s iaciImaiaMAgei 1 f fAt ny ratet Taylor fa a l giavo torn Limo State ndMY thowutda beltwve f c him guilty of murder partiwytf eriail his This is the hBiaillatiBg cowdkib X of affairs la Keatuckr tJa thew e V j ti hand the Democrats are charged with F stealing the election and 011 the vale = the Repnblfcaaa are charged with rasr v rt iofDemocrats ami RcpubllcaBS areiwKH icent of any steep offeusea Tho 6QarM Jo the bowtry are hf wily Wttmiiak 1 t e at cart aettle such aocwttBafc OH4i Z ydy1i bo punished and the iaqocent gefiee t The cases cau not be tried by embittered politicaas on the stump or iu the newspapers Tho political parties owo it to time rightminded people of tho State to present nominees on n higher and broad 4 er plane Kentucky must not always be compelled to elect officers in the mud and mire or our voters to choose be tweet such vituperative and disgraceful conditions Uncle Sam and China In the division of China it that vast empire shall be broken and divided up what part will tho United States get and what will wo do with it when wo get It t Tho population of China is estimated at several hundred million 3 or 4 times as many people as are in tho United States and tho territory is immense It is saidithat the population Is eo immense i the means of communication so poor tnut ono portion of that flowery kingdom for years and years has no know ledge of what has occurred In other por tions oven when wars and revolutions r have occurred Tho great European powers England Franco Russia Germany and Italy and Japan havo staked off certain districtstt over which they havo assumed control what they call spheres of influence and they propose to tight to hold ouch territory And moreover these nations are fearfully jealous and suspicious of each other English and Japan papers now say that Russia has stirred up the present outbreaks in China whilst England is engaged in the Boer war in order to justify the Czar in sending hint soldiers into China nominally to re store peace but really to extend his Obi nese holdings When the break up and division of China shall conic which most likely will bo gradual then will como the groat war between England and Japanon one side and Russia and other powers on tho other This much seems clear but what will tho United States do All concede that Uncle Sam ought to protect his own citizens and property but what If Russia incites time heathern Chinese to disturbances why purnlsh tho ignorant heathen and lot tho guilty v Russian go free In all tho past tho United States 1 hasrhold aloof from these foreign complications but what of tho future s Hurrah Candidate a Tho plan of tho Republican campaigns to wake Roosevelt tho hurrah candi date tho Committee willHslar him as tho Rough Rider and seek to arouse enthusiasm Whilst ho will tour tho country McKinley will keep a dig aifled silence r e i SS 1l r i 1 d Att 1 The Hickman Courier GEOUOE WARREX Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS California will raise 1MOOOOOO pounds of prunes this year Macon Gn wants separate street cars for whites and blacks A 100000 hotel is to be erected In Atlanta on the old stutchouBo lot A line of German Bteanmhlps to Brazil is to be established in July Tfie finest looking people in Kurope are Tziganes or Gypsies of Hungary About thirty cities in Wisconsin nrei supplied with water from artesian wells Munster Germany has a high school which has been in existence 3100 years For every million inhabitants in Kusia there is only an average of 10 newspapers TIle British war office antiolpatos spending 50000 on blcyolea for the volunteer force I A foreign sculptor says the uaval I arch in New York iIR the most leant ful in the world One of the men serving in the Im perial Yeomanry in South Africa is worth 10000 n year The average duration of tho reign of English monarchs for tho last 000 rears kasjeen 21 years Wu Ting Fang the Cbncse minis ter to this country has become an accomplished golf player In Great Britain in certain streets of large cities drunken women are as numerous as intoxicated men t At 1BIv Mont the saloonkeepers havo petitioned for permission to close on Sundays They need the rest r Ground will probably be broken July 4 for Memphis new hotel The building will cost about 00000 Consul VunlJuron of Nice states that an American company has just completed a new electric traction system there- The BarniimBaiiey circus paid the street car companies of Hamburg G 000 to stop their cars during the cir cus parade Philadelphia policemen carry canes with curved handles They arc some times useful in reaching for escaping lawbreakers Glycerine is a byproduct of soap t and candl factories and something IIIlike 40000 tons of this commodity are I made yearly The peach crop in Chattanooga dis x trict is estimated at 75000 crates l Georgia is expected to furnish over a million orates Tram the beginning of the war to the end of April 48000 horses had t been ant to South MrIcI the t a ng1rsl1 army In Germany one man in 213 goes to college in Scotland one in 250 in the Unitod States one in 2000 and in Eng land one in 5000 Princess Mathildo Bonaparte has I just been reviving congratulations in her Purl residence on the occasion of her Slst birtltdvy Several communities in lower Italy have recently petitioned the Icing for the abolition of compulsory education because of its cost r Capt S E White of Columbia S C an old confederate soldier will erect n monument to the dead Indians who helped the confederate cause Tho authorities of a Missouri town c h h1Iue invited the wrath of the public iI by leasing Uo city park to cattlemen to be used for grazing purposes No states except Bhode Island rypd iMIslsslppl require more than one I years residence for citizens In Min nesota only four months InI required Such well known English garden i plants as the phlox and the verbena hero run wild over hundreds of acres of sandy Texan plains an well as in Australia The Intoat fad of Emperor WlllJam of Germany is the collecting of the boots anti shoes of famous pooplo lie hag already got together at Pots i inccre 8000 pairs are only three members of the original McKlnloy cabinet of three years ago still In ofllce Lymnn J GURU 6 jrotnry of the treasury John fI 1 Long secretary of the navy anti o James Wilson secretary of agricul ture George W Dart n native of Attica Jf Y9 and the man who first raised the Stars and Stripes over tho con federate capitol at Columbia S C after Shermans march has just en tered the Soldiers homo at Marahalln town la- Season t tickets to the Paris expo i sition unlit bear the photograph of J the iIrson to whom they are issued I ITheAlgerian Tunisian and other Mo hammedan exhibitiors however re fuse to have their pictures taken an itI is contrary to the Koran Secretary TJiig has sent to Speaker I M ers of the Massachusetts Mouse a J ifamisome big gavel for tho speakers woodlI l i the rail of the Spanish gunboat San i idoml captured in tho late wart Chlnoso Immigration to Australia b has almost entirely ceased Masters of vessels are forbidden under a heavy penalty to bring more than one Chinese to every 300 tons The secretary of state of Tfxns has canceled the permits of SOD corporations tto do business in tat state be cause they failed to pay the fran chise taxes imposed by Texas t There is a servant famine in St Louis The state employment bureau Ij which Is looked on as a last resort by most housekcppers is more than 11ui 200 implications behind with this l helpIIc I I y fff 1 1 J j 01 DIVINE ORIGIN Dr Talmages Reasons for His Belief in the Scriptures The Good AccomitlUlteil the AVorl MvlilenccAii AnswerMoa mi AtrnuatlCInttrophccleaVu Copyright fete by Louis Klopaeh In the great conflict new ragtag IIn Europe OB in this country between Christianity and agnosticism Dr Tal range has taken a decided stand and In this sermon declares his nnwnverlnj belli f in the divine origin of the Scrip tues text Matthew 710 Do men gather grapes of thorns Not In this country Not In any country Thorns stick thorns lacerate but all the thorns put together never yielded one cluster of Catawbr or Isabella grapes Christ who wn the master of apt and potent Illustra tioB is thus setting forth what you and I well know that you cannot get that which is pleasant slid healthful and good from that which Is bad II you find a round large beautiful clus ter of grapes you know that it +vae produced by a good grapevine and not from a tangle of Canada thistle Now If I can show yon that this holy Bible spiesidsion that it Ila a grad Dibit and all tbe arguments of the skeptic against it when he tries to show it Is a bad book will go overboard Do men gather grapes of thornsr Can a bad book yield good results Skeptics with great vehemene declare that the Bible Is a cruel book They read the story of the extermination of the Cannnnltes and of all the ancient wars and of the history of David and Joshua and they cone to e condo lion that the Bible is In favor of laeera lion and manslaughter and massacre Now a bad book will produce a bad result a cruel book will produce a cruel exult You have friends who have been in the habit of rending the Bible a great many years Have you noticed a tendency to cruelty on their part 1Iove fou ever herd any of them come out end practically soy I have been read Ing the story about the extermination ol the Canaanltes and I am seized upon with a disposition to cut and slash and maul and pinch and murder and knock k pieces everything I can lay my bands on Have your friends in proportion as they become diligent Bible itudents and disciples of the Christ of the Bible shown a tendency toward massacre and murder and manslaugh trrl Has that been your observation What has been the effect upon your children of this cruel book Or If you do not allow the book to be read In your household what has been the effect upon the children of other house holds where the word of God Is hon ored Have they as a result of reading this cruel book gone forth with a cruel spirit to pull the wings of flies and to pinion grasshoppers and to rob birds nests A cruel book ought to snake ante people If they diligently read it mil get absorbed with Its principles that cause must produce that effect At what time did you notice that the teachings of this holy Bible created cruelty in the heart and the life of George Peabody of MISS Dix of Pier ence Nightingale of John Howard1 of John Frederick Oberlin of Abbot Laurence Have you noticed in reading he biography of these people that in proportion as they flame friends of the Bible they became enemies to humanity Have you not on the contrary noticed that alt the institu tions of mercy established or being established were chiefly supported by the friends of this book There is the hos pital in war time There are 30 Chris upIwounds they are offering Cordials they are kneeling down by ate dying praying for their departed spirits Where does the cruelty crop out They have been reading the Bible nIl their lives They read It every morning they read it every night they oarry It under their arm when they go into the hospital Where does the cruelty of the book crop out IB it in the gentleness of their step Is It In the endeneo of tholr voice Is it In the sympathetic prayer they offer at the bedside of the dying Your common sense tells you that a cruel book must produce cruel results When you ten make a rose loaf stab like a bayonet and when you can manufacture icicle out of the south wind and when you can poison your tongue with honey got from blossoming buckwheat then you can get cruelty out of the IMble That charge of the skeptics falls flat in the presence of ever honest man Again infidels go on and most vehemently charge that this Bible Js an impure book You all know that an impure book produces results coldNo amount of money hire you to allow your child to rend an un clean book Now if this Bible bo an Impure book where are tho victims Your father read Itdiel it make him a how man Your mother rend It did it make her a bad woman Your sister 15 years in Heaven died In the faith of this gospeldid it despoil her nature Some soy there are 200000 000 copies of tho Bible in existence some say there are 400000000 copies of tho Bible It is impossible to get the accurate statistics but suppose there are 200000100 copies of the BIble abroad this one book rend more than any 20 books that the world ever printed this book abroad for ages for centuries where are the victims Show me 1000 Show me 500 victims of an impure book Show me 100 de spoiled of the Bible Show me 50 Show me ten Show me two Show me onel Two hundred million copies oL an impure bock and not one victim 01 Bof the impurity On the contrary you know very well that it iswher the Bible has the most power thnt the family instltutfon is most respected Again agnostics go on still further and they say the Bible is u moss lf contradictions and they putiprophr against prophet evangellst lagnln t evangelist apostle against apostle and they say if this be true how Ulrl1 con that be true Mr Mill who Wu a friead of the Bible sold ho hn i fli covered 30000 different readings or the Scriptures and yet not one n portant difference not one intpa hilt iMffarenec out of 30000 only thoffilit Terence that you might expect gjto the fact that tho book came tQw It from generation to generation rid was copied by a great ninny hanfli And yet I put before you this tyt today that nil tho Bible wrlftr agree in the four great doctrines of the Bible What are those four great doctrine God good kind patient just iwtnr omnipotent Mana lost sinner Ta destlHle one for believers the other for uabellerers all who accept Chrb reaching that homo and only tikbtr destroyed1 who destroy thcinseltyi only those who turn their buR Hilda Christ and come to the preclnto fftiid jump off for God never puihtMt n wfii off he jump off Xow in those fjii great doctrines all the Bible wrtfifr agree Mozart Beethoven HtnWirl and Hadyn never wrote more igfi inonkms mums than you willnthis perfect harmony of tho We t God the harmony In providence a d In grace You must remember also that trauthors of the Bible came from dl ferent lands from different airss d from different centuries They 11 II tIt t- Will the chief design of the Bible ij II yet their writings got up from i these dfffectnt lands nnd nil these d f ferent ages and all those dlllert t centuries coming together make J perfect harmony In the opinion of t t very beet scholars of all lands Is c t that a most remarkable fact The Bible is made up of the C d Testament and the New Tcstamei t Let UtI take the New Testament fir t Why do I believe it Why do I ta r It to my heart It is because ItI r be traced back to the Divine heti k just as easily as that aisle can r traced to that door and that aisle a that dour Jerome and Ktuebius in the first ct tarry and Origen In the second oeutH v und other writers in the third a II fourth centuries gave n list of the Jfi c Testament writers Just exactly our upending with our list showing tl t the souse New Testament whlthave they had in the fourth cents and the third century and the seeo century and the first century L t whero did they get the New tel ment They got It from Jronnel Whore elld lrunaeus rQtJtU1I g from Polyoaqi Where m 1dsly get It lie got It from St John was the percoonl associate of the ri Jesus Christ MyI grandfather f v book to my father my father R V to me I give It to my child Iftgl aa 111Ont ter chalice will pass along to the othejci of the aisle Will it be difficult t1trr the lino of that holy chalice ra tcutty at nil ThU one will nay 3f e it to that one and thin one wjlai I gae It to that one lint It u 1 it be to long a line R8 thU to tr it t ft New Testament It IB easier td iett t the fact ButyoiiMU Althos us wax handed right down In thi w jvho knows but they were rylugInip tern How can you take tbelr irsi mom r They died for the truth ithat Book Men never die fona e nlwere fd- In l triumph for the truth of thaJNw TestamentWell says someone noX I m ready to believe thAt the NeTment in from the heart of ChriJt ht how about the OW Testament 7 11y- do you believe that I believe the d tb Testament beoauxe till propheeiee f told events hundreds and tliou aidfyears ahead event which aflerwsrd took place 110w far can you see abrw Two thousand years Can you Ne ahead n hundred years Can you re ahead five minutes No nol linrrn prophecy amounts to nothing llre those old prophets stood thioesh wgf- years hack sad they foretold vtfg which came accurately true fAr on rj the future centuries Suppose I shot d stand here cad say to you Tnrrr five hundred and sixty yearn from MY fMoscowwill be In a certain famlland IIl 1t bo amid certain lIurrolllllnflI ft would snake ebsenuiea thousand years or one year or r p rI ute und I cannot itll what In irolntQ I tLtIsBesides returnbar fthiscan you account for tae falt tint when Ihomaii Uablngton 11 a Ill 11 W I tIt mar Wflcent ucfishermenJillhuuzeofIgreat paragraphs of history he quoid tnlllrWhyn have more influence on modern tins nntitinitrBecauseinpirrhl tllIaflscholarfythat they triumphed but today till e unedueatrdffishermen IfourmoillivingdsyY1They e p mart have been a Divine 1Icflueaue w hind them and before then awl abnvo them and within theuIBesides that you must remember that this look has been under fire for rt nturle nail after all tho bombard we nt of the skeptics of oH the centuries tliry have not knocked out of this ltlbk a plots all large aa tho small end of aI sharp needle Oh how the old HooleI Stick together Unimnotifled geolo gisla t rv to pull away the book of Gene its They rthey do not believe it it cnunot be there wua light before the sun bona It eannot be all this story aixiui Adam aijd live and they pull ntI the biMk of Genesis sad they have bceni pulling a great while yet where IH theI batikof lenmda Standing Just where it stood all the time There is not a mIlD uM fIlth who has ever erased it fnim hie IHblo Then all the unduvout astronomers went to work to pull nutty the book of Joshua Thug say That cannot be true the eunB halting above Olbeon end the iHean over the valley of AJalon it en n not be KtMlble we must pull that kiiHik of Joshua away And they pull usuty at It and they pull away at it an- dIt ghat lass btoome of thin book of jtmu7 Like the sun above Qibvan stud like tie iMOcn over the valley ofI Ajalon it stands still AH the undo betIpull away and they MJ That story iittuut Jonah awl tile whale eant be true Bvery InMol ae1 ties a harpoon r atttheibook wltAte Lintwhore assy of Jonah II the llook of Jonah today Just where It lies been all the time the grandest thing that was ever written in prove that when God sends a man to NiiMtvah he ouaaot get toTarshah It- tttidd to atop him hat to uptut the Med iterranean tea with a cyclone And BO the InQdcIa have been trying to pull Avaty the mlruolua pulllag away- st the lasted fig tree at the turning of tbe wator Into wine at thin raising of Lazarus from the dead in you show nw a IMble from which one of 1thrt ndniolea hiss been rraited I low marvelously the old Book stkk together AH the striking at tltlle ohap trr only driving them in deeper until they are ollnohrd on the other side- with the hammers of eternity And the Hook U going to keep right on untilI tip fires of the lust day ure kindle L xitnc of them will begin on one side Ill some on the other side of the aid IBook They will not find a bundle of i tmsr manukorlpt easily eon HMed oy tire When the fires of the lant da1JoItingled some will burn on this aWe mm Genesis toward Itevelatien sad i hers will burn OH tkl vide tress Itev ttion toward Genesis and in all their rr they will nut find a tingle chapter r a tingle verse out of daee That will be the first tune we sun a Herd to Iu without the Bible What will lw tllIue of the book of Oeneakn descrinttM d how the world wan made when Ute y rwJIa tl1 whA 111Jllbo MffePnietTrre Ie wTTrn they are idT fulfilled What will be the Me of the evangelist or l ueItHrlJltOtt ef Jesus Chrtot when we see lifts flee to face What Mill he tllee of Hla pho tograph whir we have net Him In glory What Mill be till use of the bookof Revelationl ftaHtHntT aa you xvlll with your foot en the glassy sea and your hand on the ringing harp and your forehead chapleted with eternal oaronetion amid hi ameythatlne and 12gntwl gtoriof leaves The ew onikl dashing Its green against the beryl and the er11lnhlac ia bllle- 1G8IJtllt the sapphire and tbesappidre ita light on the jacinth stud the jaolntl dashing Its are against the ohryaoiHTtte Mad you and I standing ia the eliorua of IQJOVO siMiHtx But I do not think we will give up lee Bible even at that time I think wr will want the Bible In Heaven I really think the fires of the oat day will not oammme the last espy for when you anti I get our decal ehitdren out of the dust we want to show them Jut the passages just the protttlae which comforted UK here In the dark day of in terment and we will want t3 talk over with Christians who have had trials anti struggles and we will want to show them the promiaea that eapvcially refreshed ua I think we shall have the Bible in Heaven Oh I want to hear nIt with his own voice read The Lord II say lisp herd I want to hear Iatil with M- own voice read Thanks be unto God that givetli an the victory 1 want to hear tho archangel play hauls march Of the resurrection with the same trompet with which he awokr the dUll 0 blessed Hook food enough for earths good enough for Heaven Dar old book Book bespattered with the blood of martyrs who died for Itf foitao Book sprinkled all over with tlto tears of those who by it wore com fertcd 1nt It In tho handof your chil dren on their birthday Jut it on the table In tho fdttinyrooin when you begin to keep house Put It under your head when you die Dear old Hook I press It to my heart I prep it to my Hip Where shall I goentd n dying Him doo to the Brnhmltlo priest to wbom ho lead given money to pray for hid salvation Where shall I go after I dlef The Brahmltlc priest said 0YJii will first of al go into a holy quadruped But salt the dying Hindoo whore BhaJl I go then Then you shall go Into a singing bird Hut jHifd the dying Hindoo where then ahnll I 01 Then eair the Brnhmitlc you wilt go Into a beautiful lower The dying Hindoo threw up hit arms in nn agony of solicitude as he enld nut whero Bhall I go lust of all Thank God thU Bible tells the Hindoo tells yon tells me not where I stall go today nowhere I shall go tomorrow not where I shall go next year but whore I shall go last of nlll IunU Up The only safe way to climb lifes lad der is to keep locking up Bainf Born itl HILL NOT A CANDIDATE Clmlriuaii Campbell of Sew York Uriiiorrntlo Committee in Authority for the Otntriniiil Albany N Y Juno 20Prnnl Campbell chairman of tho democratic ntntu committee oamo to town anti spent tho morning in close conference with former United Status Senator David 11 11111 at thu letters homo Wolfofts Boost Speaking of tho possible selection of Senator 11111 on temporary chairman of tho democrat lo national convention Mr Cumpbull sold he know nothing about any intuit nrrnngoiiKMit and did not think it would be proper to Imrtar tie chnlr innnaM for any valuable concession that might bo scoured in formulating tin platform Mr CniHib ll further gtnted that the Now lark state delegntlou would onntMtly advocato a modification atI tike tilank whluh dolls for fruit coinage of stiver at 18 to 1 MrI Campbell la authority for tilt atntemunt that Set ator Hill IH not a oanrtMat for UII vice presidency on the democratic ticket mid would not auevpt the honor under any cniiaklarallon Senator 11111 aeeouipautal lyr Chairman Campbell will Icwvo for Kanwin pity Friday CUBAN LABORERS STRIKE The tlnliu That the mrrlenn Are llrcrlvlnir Jlurr Iny fur Sim itar Work t havens Juno 9dAstrike has oe owrral among the laborers employed by the Htirean Kleotrte Ca Cuban sal SpanhinlR on the ground that they do seat receive the sans Wages aaAiaerienna who do similar work They claim that the Americana re eolv 40 cents a tiny nero To this the contractor roily that Amerloana are worth far mare than Cubans aaI workmunIter upI and complaining It Illustrate the Anieriean method of treating bans nayat CUI Cuban have been trampleil upon 10UdloIox6Jre 111111Mtrait with that wrote 1 I ing ktters about CMhena ifUnited Statm Title strike I another lllnatratlon of what IU coin lug to peas Seek thlHge sin not be allowed to go imieh further m Its linn Amuck Now Orlttiim June HWm II Bob ln on who rMOHtly was Ulochargisl from the Stale Insane asylum mur dored Wm Steool in his own home A crowd imnraoil him threatening tyneltlng when he killed one of thorn sn yuuMg nmn named MitUMhw and shot a i AiM0HWii Altar rousing a iMle he found refuge IH Ute Jia ltllh prison whom Sheriff Idovk sal his stun kept ucrowd at lily with Win cheaters ont11 ItoMMOH was loekwd up xrw t Sliver Corllflrnlr Washington June M FlvtMlolhir silver eertlfttMlm of the now design toad their ftrat aip niiie and wok the IIIHe of the ohl fives In all tress cry imjm Htii tram the sushi rosin The feature of tha new note hi a large tyjrtenl Tenon head In the center with a Wu seal1 and a large loiter V with the word Flee alto IN Wan running in a mrvod hue across mt ta an arUatlo production this note U roKordeil aa equal to any over 1Is- sued by Ute gorerHnicnt Intluriril nin Ira Course haven JHHO HThe mayor o Qacmados recently complained t f kit Wood of the eloMng of certain MalooH thoro by Own Igo who hail noted In tho Interest of sanitation fullio lng the prcflodont aroated last year by Oon Woodl at Santiago In bin reply to the eumplnlnt Gen Wood sold that tho only place closed wore those whoso proprietor had specially catered to tho United States troops and that ho fnlly IndonHHl lion Lwa rloure Itnllilxinc Iteniovril Ironi OIHpr WMBhltigton limo seThis pout master general line lesticd an order rumoring from ottleo Mrs U Maths bandy who was suspended bj a former order from tho portion of dlrnlor general of posts of Cuba and detail Ing Martin C loam an Irmpcetnr In the jHMtal sonic to perform the du tin of director genwrnll of poets until further orders Fourth AanUlnnt 1nsinuutpr General Jlrfotow hu kern rIwv1 from further work In Cuba and has MlhMl for home tlI + ru tn KIR liner IliiViijn Xe York Juno N Tim National JfHr Ijellef INiml eaaoehtilon of which VL Bourko Cochran wan chair ron amruleorpc W Van Siekliii sce VolarytreqBurer has uoncludetl Its op orations and turned over its net OIl lortlontl to hie hour envoys Mears- Fiacher Vo1nnrnns anti Vuaaels Instead of firm tug thorn to Dr Holt mkr at ajx TTown or to Dr Lvyda and Dr Miller in Europe The envoys will Mall fur iftirro on tic steamer qultaliio Tlmnifljiy Juno US An Infiivoriitilo luiiriiNlnii Berlin June 2An unfavorable impression IB pnur here by the at tomplH of the BiiMlan press to create distrust over Gertnsnyv In oonnuction with tho Chinese i Ktlon The in thattthere in no ground for tithe THtnlilHMl Hy n Wutnnii Mlhvnukcc WIs June Glrnnk Bonn of Sioux City n vJhlti man who had been living with Mnu Brown ji colored woman wnM1lhol1 to loath by the woman She ctaunu that Bonn attacked her first t ior19 to trod This Year This iit the recent decision of one of tne prominent woletici of the world but the e1act day has not yet been fixed upon sods while there are very few people who bulfive this prediction there am thousands of othiers who not only believe but know that lies Jtethers Stomnoh Hitters Iia tho best mtdlelneSk anstipat1nlrtiiousngsfall trial will certainly convinoi you at ttnvalue- Tri Sleetlhr Sccnrrj Mr T KrriblcJsh Rwell tali his atrnpR to writ a note tan mend of libasking yungIsdyreel it and tappdail AIhlrtl Clr I llForeved + In boutR fllli iUul even when ni althiit ofscenery lUltiinoro Atncricaa no Your reef Ache and Ilnrnf Shake Into shoes Allens lbothie +t- ajiirider for the feet It mak i tight III New 1 lickingSwollenSiivartinpSWMUMI i SbsoIjisratdms A el11i Uhlltltd Le nor N This Cornfri Ihllmopbrr Woman Mid thCrnfLMreal never sueeed in her dqaen for t o workThetame work iis to howl fr taste tryforku- workInditapohs Prtt- Tlie fleas lrr erlpllun fur nix Kover UlibotUo of Onorta ChiliICIIIUTOXUI Itk ftlmu yireaund I aluitolussforui Nocurono Ie + A rurlM Meet Mo he write Ute homer l at 8 this evening without Paled A repheiTtBete c fsiraSheTim =fid you ask eldI GHfarle eanMnt- U l6eltYI f lJekl rMlty dont knew It aO hap I lotted iosnTown Titv The nun who iii too proud bg Uat sit1 nays too proud to hint or proud eaoegn to relue what roy lJe uftondioMttnlltJournalI TO WOMEN WHO DOUBT JTrt lkaatrlog 0 abrold KOI this Letter and be Cuo lnr4 that LrdUR 1lakbsn Vartabl cpouDoH Cur YlUAhl Waknw I have been troubled with female tvcakncu in 1U worst form for about ten years 1 had Icueorrhira and WM so weak that I could not do my housework I also had fall lag of the womb and Inflammation of tlio womb and ovariea and at menstrual terjrlblvery hard I cou id not lift anything c or do say heavy work was notable- tWitandonsny feetCMy husband openl 11liffitedsofdollara lor doctors but they did me no good1 AUra Umo I oonoiudiHl to try your medicine and 1 can truly sir It does all that you claim for it to do Ton bottles of Lydia R 1inkhatna Vogotablo 4imj ound and seven peek oj os of Sanative Wath have made b now wqman of mo 1 hove had no womb trouble slneo taking the filth bottle I weigh more than I have In years Olin do nl my own hotMowerk sleep well havo a tined am otito anti now feel that life UI worth living 1ff owo all to Lydia II Ilnkham Vegota blo Compound I foul that It hes Mvcd rny life and would nut bo without It for anything I am alwaysI glad to recom mend your modicino to all my sex fort know if they follow your directions they will bo euredMns Attn TiioursoM South Hot Springs Ark W 0 Roberta No 948 xtWash Ington St IntlUnapolIi lad wrete June 18 2884r Palmers Lotionh- as completely cured me of BARBERS ITCH j after being treated In vain for over three years by ration M DIt Lotion Soap Prevents And aiiisU in cuing all inch afflictions Dy DruggIsts oUy CHICAOOT OMAHA Double DailyService New 1101 Jteck eWattrtOO Morro ABa clIDufli 1110- 1IIhhlfytII cart ileenlng earn free recllnlnc elI alrrldliilnccars Send to the undersigned for 1 tree 11111Injnikett of ocents of I C It Jl and eoq nt IIMft A 1I11ANSOx01A Lhlft Drurrt fur ToDay You need not Worry about it if you hAve Burnlumt hasty Jcliyron in the cupboard Only necessary to dissolve in hot wtUrand stand away to cool to tocuro the moat delicious jelly Abiolutaly pure Ralalinc wigar and fruit flavors llavon Lemon oraake ryJlbrTY strawticrry wild winemantiI1ho u avoredcallifont far cell a jev Your grocer ella i- tS 5 UU A DAY IIWeMaofin or 13m Woman II ear rluutrlWrlLaUse Certain Corn Cure PriceISc tAILSheist Caa Ir tlioo Hold by drnlfjllta A N IR 1819 WUEN HIrING T8 AIIVEKTIEte- pleuo state lost xoeSaW the AdvsrUs swat to Lae pW TVV- r I I tr 4- Y t Q UEPUBLICAN TICKET McKinley For President nnd Gov h Roosevelt For Vice President The Platform Adopted Itenevri Al leulnncn to the Principle of the mold Hlnnilnrd anil Unilor ei 31c1Clnlcyr Furelga 1ollcy Philadelphia Juno OAt 1237 noon Tuosday the rcpublloan nation ml oonvcntlon of 1000 was called to order by Chairman Ilanna DOlItall ofl1Iie secretary of tho national come mlttoo will now read tho call of tho convention sold Ilanna greetedltlJThe preliminary business being con speechIn was JiUi greet pleasure to now present the UluUnjMtaliHl fonator from Colorado Jlr Woleott as temporary chairman After Gialrman Woleotts address the roHtontlon adjourned until noon VrdnewlayPhllaOilphla June 21 Chairman Wotoott Sallml tie oonventlon to ore der at 1SM and tho didegatoa stood up1 ujrtle the hand played the Star fijMHflcd Uannor- Th reportj of tho committee on iporiimnont organlmtlon was adopted I and Venator Lodge tho pormtiuant Theodore rist clMlnmn was cweortod to the chair by QOT liooipvelt end Qov Skew of laws The oonventlon cheered Mater Fairbanks of Indiana then reported tine platform use following 1 is a synopitst s T- IAi to admttaltittonjafj- q 1 i I ti A srart1c1thrl erthe Mr tANrUrer ii Ue tefa nrinfotnittwi- AMTOTM of the retention of our Maod 1C MMitoa and ptidge largest measure et e1f govrnmsI m the Inhabitants 1krw f eoMUtent with their wiHfar- HeiMwal of all4glaneV to the prtaetftl of tile fold ctCndlllr- dnr rteadfsel opposition to the foe airs iMiUatlttxI rolmiK at raid Bad liver attic of 18 to l- Oalla atiwitton to the prfriMrvv v eotMU tlan of Uw country nml invites eoroparl en with th condition that zlats under a dMMemtle udmlalitntttonG- aMMMiM nil oeniplrnelM nail oemblna tlea taUMdiNt lo restrict bunlHOM er era ajlnMtv UtuTln the poll v ef prete thm labor by the retetlon of tiM = from toreten cheap Ila br oomp tltlon Ave ef reciprocity na 1 tlPuri rrttrlttlim of immIm ration ievei ef encouragement te chip Air BTpfiMi I debt of to the Ml odlm sal Mllor of the nation and up I a Kit wMew Ptwlgwi ta maintain olvll wrvlo 1 Dan ee the attempts to violate the thatdlaetrnnehlcAwrvval ef public roads and other Im I emits nrcra witenden of the rural fre mall 4111t1lUMommeni the roclalmln of arill 1uJtteby Irrigation under oontral of- Iover9 mrly ndml lon Iq itateltoed of AruoM and sew Mexico PVrag rwlwclton In war taxaa rngII I oegtrolY the United Slate of hlrnOO JUt canal l propMJCon m inlii the women for services In tha war with Spain Approv ef lraWt McICInKys con Asa of f7a lcn analra Philadelphia June SS Chairman Lodge ailed the convention to order at 10M a m Tho prayer writs altered jby Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Senator Lodge announced tho next order wens tho nomination of prose doutlRl oandldates and Senator For akOr vvas recognized As he tool tine platter the convention cheered He iiomiftRtod William MoKlnley for pros Idont of the United States When Mr 1ornker concluded his speech the con vention arose anti cheered enthu laiaHtlcnlly nil waving fans The dom onstration grew exciting when Sena tor Ilanna seized one of the plumes mutt waved It from the stage The greatest excitement was when tho state banners were curried to the StUgO At 1128 Gar Roosevelt wan rcc There was another cnthu Sjugtlo demonstration when he took tho platform and seconded tho nom iuation of William McKinley Senator Thurston of Nebraska fol lod Roosevelts seconding Jeys nomination John W Yerkes of Kentucky made 10 seconding speech Delegate Knight of California sec ondod McKlnley Gov Mount of Indiana seconded MgKtnlcy rime roll of states was then called for president and each state voted for MoKlnley all the way down tho roll Senator Lodge announced that Me Kfnlcy was nominated unanimously Col Lafayette Young of Iowa at 1208 took the platform to nomine presidentWhenItoosevc- lthere was another demonstration Manners wore carried about time halll anti the band played while tho con vention sang There Will bo a Hot TonightMichael setts seconded Roosevelts nomina tion J M Ashton of Washington with drew Bartlctt Trlpp nnd seconds RooxoveltH nomination The delegates still choked time grasping Gov Rooscvclfu hands an with difficulty the chairman restore quiet and recognized Butler Murray of Massachusetts for n speech seconding tho nomination of Roosevelt Ho spoke In behalf of old New England and his vigorous sentences elicited an Itougtldert After the speech of Mr Murray of Massachusetts Jon James M Ash ton of Washington was recognized and ho also sccottidcd tho nomInation- of i Roosevelt Senator Dcpcw of New York also seconded the nomination of House veil Dcpcw at 150 concluded nnd the roll was then called for vice president Tho nomination of wasi unanimous with the exception of onoi missing vote of row York tho Indi vidual vote of Roosevelt i Lodge then declared nomil noted for vice president of tho United Stow On motion of Col Dick Senator Lodge was placed at the head of thoi committee to notify the president off his nomination nnd Senator Wolcott lit the hood of the committee to notify the vice presidential nominee 7 4 IIu Prtildcat William McKloley Qtv Roosevelt t IT t between irratltuile lawsicrers OKMHonw Ogntiod MeKln Roosevelt Chairman Roosevelt Resolution of thanks to Mr Lodge nail to Mr Wolcott for their able services an presiding ofilcers were unanlmouly adopted also thanks to Mayor Anhbridge of Philadelphia for tie hospitality of the city and to all QjtlalnlaI pLilm convention Jaa lart cob sllth TOrKi nWTirmjCniiHilji Wit olS rnol jto of NeV Vorlf the rcpublloan national convention of 1900 adjourned sine die National CumnllttrIThe national committeemen from tho several status have been thus fill cJ tod- ArknlllHulC W lUx Arizona W M Grlfllt- hCnllfornlaW C Van Fleet- Colorndotl O WolootU- Connuotlout Chna V Brookcr Florida John G Long Georgia II A Ruckor Idaho George L Sunup Illinois Gronmo StowarU Indiana Harry C New Iowa Krncst U Hurt Indian Territory Wm M Mlllctte Kansas David W Mulvnne- Kontuoky John W Yorkos Louisiana A T Wlmborly Maine Joseph H Manloy Massaahtisctts V L Meyer Mlohlgan William II Elliott MinncHotn Thomas Shevla- Mlaslsaippll1 C Turleyq Missouri Rlohurd C Kerens Maryland T C Noyes Montana William Hi Dewitt Nevada P L Flnnnagan North Carolina J II MoNamco North Dakota P J McCumbor Now Hampshire Chas T Moons Now Jersey Franklin Murphy Now York Frederick S GIbbs Now Mexico Solomon Luna Ohio George B Cox Oregon George A Steel Oklahoma Wm Gaines Pennsylvania M S Quay BraytonSouthSouth Dnkotnl M Green Tennessee Walter B Brownlow Vermont Tamos W Brook Virginia George K Bowdon Washington Georgo II Baker West VirginiaN B Scott PayneWyoming RETURNING HONE A Moon nU the Coiiventlc s Adjourn ed n hush AVn 11nr for the Hallroad Slatloar Philadelphia Juno f =sift soon as tho republican nntlrlJlat convention adjourned tho rush tf gfit out of town began Within nn i1jlr nfte Chair man Lodge had adifncd tho session Ifecr the city was crowded with ps iehgers and tho congested condllJifJ of the railroad waiting rooms cnueil until Into at night It was lijfurctl by hotel men and railroad otf that almost 75 per cent of d convention visitors l had departed I X 11 oclock Most of the strnnged tin hero come from the fur west and will visit other eastern I cities biCpro returning home With th txceltlon ot National Chuirnanf nnn all the promInent leaders iir iMo party have depnrtedIl Senator NCnaviii remain nt UnerII nfordducat 01iClctacat A Grlscom 1 ARRIVEE AT TIEN TSIN The Allied Forces Entered the CitY1 Sustaining a Small Loss 1 It it Feared That the Worst tar Happened nt Pekln One of the Cut OH Itcllrf Forces line lleen Kellered Kcmpfdbootdthat the combined forces entered Tien Tain on Saturday June 23 sustaining small loss They started on Sunday to relieve the force which left TJcn Tslu on June 10 and which is believed to bo surrounded near 1ckjn According to Japanese reports Adm Seymour has been captured and the ministers have left Pekln guarded by Chinese soldiers Their whore ubouts Is unknown Tslng Tnu Juno 24Elght thousand allied troops have landed at Taku including 1200 Gorman A French officer who has succeeded in getting through from Tien Tsin to Taku says that the Itussluns niece have lost 180 killed nail 300 wounded The German gunboat Iltis up the Tien Tsin river reports that masses of Choose arc nearing Tony Ku and that an immediate attack Is expected London June GThc British cruiser Terrible has arrived nt Che Foo from Taku with time latest news which is as follows Iflght hundred Sikhs and 200 Weigh fuslllrra have effected a junction with the American German and Russian forces which lad been cut off by the Chinese about nine miles from Tien Tsin It was proposed to louver nn assault upon the Chinese forces at lien Pelt Sunday night It lis not clear what forces united It would sewn that ono relieving force rut off had been relieved by another At any rate it Iis apparently certain that tho allied arrived in eufllcleflt force nt Tlon Tain Sunday to attack the besieging Chinese Foreign olliclol opinion here arts- a dispatch from Shanghai to tho Daily Express dated yesterday Inclines to believe that the worst has happened to the legations at 1ekin and to Adm Seymour as well liven if time lega tions were wife on June 10 there fy jmowTheand moro gloomy The 8 nee of reliable news Itnl seems to justify the lntl1ab atruetlon which cnn be put I Itad nous comes from firIngtelegraphed the British authorities I iI that he line ordered the five Cluro cruisers which have been 1lying oft tkQ harbor hefo to proceed to Nan nr imt NI n utfJtI J 11 1f CIfflt IIliA of 4pOO men loft n woak ago fj Pekln and Ova Sung ChIngs force numbering 8100 left for the sam place on June 15 1 A careful estimate of tho numbr and armament of tho Chinese troop around 1cltln publish the total a 300000 anti it Is calculated that thrs troops possess 200 Mjvoncentlmetr Crcusot guns IS Krupps and 150 Max fine Tliuir supplyof ammunition i prnotloolly Inexhaustible Ithas btfImainly supplied by n German firm a Cnrlowltz ii Washington Juno taTho Chines11 minister hums naked an armistice iii tho sending of American troops t tjj China based on the assurance of Chi nwio viceroys that they can main tale order President llInlrII while acknowledging his gratifleatioi at the assurances has made it known i to the Chinese minister that the tni toil States can not relax its effort III get troop to points where tie ofll dints aiv considered In danger W- Wnsli ii gton Juno 2Glhe reportw notionIIf tho gunboat Monocary iin I1 fnllliik to respond after she hind bwn flred upon from the Taku forts is un tlertiH 1 to hove been received witlI surprise by the president who re quired nn explanation of the matter I which has not yet been furnished This WJIB monde Known in official quar mere to offset the published Intimn awns that the Monocacy would not have failed to respond unless she had boar ordered to hold her fire Washington Juno 20 Secretary Long hums ordered Hear Adm Remneye flngshiplJrookl 1 soldiers as tho boat will nceommo date This means the transference of the headquarters of the Aslatio squadron from Manila to Taku Audf the displacing in command of aImr Kemp II by his superior oflleer Na vy department assigns as Its reason for the order the facilitating of bust ness by communication direct with Taku Paris Juno 20The Preach con jJIngnese minister of railroads anti tele graphs has informed him that all foreign ministers and foreigners at 1 Pekln were safe Tuesday June 19 and wore preparing to leave with the authority of the Chinese government hacked for nn Addren t Washington June iJohl1 K Ittchards fiollctor general of tho 0f United SatcK left here for Cam l bridge Springs Pa where he will tie liver an address next Tuesday before i the Pennsylvania Dar Association on The Constitution of the Philip pines t Cologne lieIted Sly n Cyclone London Juno 25 Cologne was viscp itcd byen cyclone which demolished fi many bulldlnga Bad throw down u- umber sl of factory chimneys Several Ipersona were badly Injured io rDAMAGED BY HEAVY RAINS A Tcirnnito Itrporlril Near hunts tulle tine SireepliiR the Conn- Irj lint Ho Tnr No Loss of Life In Knotrn Atlanta redmany midSwlhrecentwavyterritorypropertiesropKiIally fruit which was ncarlng ma beganOremount has been lost to the farmersor the southeastern states unprecellentfdare fcnks anti carrying away bridges and frrrios in large numbers The sub ruoturo of the hnndsome new bridge wer the Ocmulgee river nt Macon was furled away Reports say the Savannah river at Augusta Ga was 20 feet at noon and ruing two inches an hour The mills there are closed down on account of Wckwator in the canal At Homi Ga the river is 18 feet alcove lowwater mark and rising one inch an hour At West Point the Chattahooohcc river has reached 20 feet above low rater mark Alornaclo was reported near Hunts fuel Ala sweeping the country but lo loss of life is known The lowlands have been devastated ind only1 the higher farming lands are untouched Indications are for a vuatlo nof the rain which will cause the streams to fall rapidly THE NEELY CASE The Untied State Government Will soon Act in the Matter Mny He Bemused to Havana New York June 2GThe examina tion of Charles W F Neoly which has been postponed n number of tinges and was set for Monday before United States Commissioner Shields has again been postponed to next Friday at 1030 a m The postpone ment was by the arrangements and matunl consent of counsel Assistant United States District Attorney Baldwin said Monday that the government would act very soon in the Koely ass According to Mr Ikildwln when the government docs met It will ho In tho shape of an ape plication mado by the district ate torney to Judge Lacombe of tho Failed States asking for Neelys re moral to Havana under the special rxtradition not passed by congress in the last lays of the session It is understood that Neelya counsel will make no move in the matter until after tho government takes some definite step for the prisoners reo tnoyn THE BLUE AND THE GRAY t Itennlnit to lie Held on the An nlvpriinj of the Ilattle of Peach 1 1Tree Creek President Invited Washington June GA party of distinguished Georgians called on the president Monday and invited him to visit Atlanta on July 20 the anniver sary of the battle of Peach Tree Creek which occurred on July 20 1SG4 This anniversary is to be made the occasion of the reunion of the ex union aril ex confederate soldiers who participated In that engagement Time fact that according to present arrangements the president will be in Canton on that date will prevent his visiting Atlanta on the 20th The delegation consisted of W A hemp hill II H Cabaniss rxGov Bullock Mnj 11 II Smith J P Averlll C H Hpekys K II Thornton II W Ron ddlpli C W Sawtell and A G West Andrnde AmiumltiK Control Htivimn June 2GSenor Andrade the new fiscal says that the custom house fraud cases will be brought up at once He believes he can secure convictions In most of them So far the postal cases url concerned he says that ho can not proceed until all the papers are in his hands Conse quently he Iis unprepared to make n statement respecting them at pres cut but he understands that he will receive time entire charges within the next few ciay- sRobber Terrible Work an Francisco June GA burglar time residence of K S Ceder berg In this city while the family were away bound Mrs Lillian ROM the nurse to u bed on which a baby wflg Mcuping robbed the house pour coal oil on the floor end attar Igniting it mode his scope Flames wuro discovered by neighbors just in time to prevent tho cremation of the woman mill child Time robber secured 5120 in gold and some jewelry Pennlon Agent Arrested Memphis Tenn June 26D II United States pension agent was arrested Monday on n war rant Issued from the United States circuit court charging him with un lawfully obtaining 500 tram an aged colored woman who had collected pension money In behalf of her son Johnson claims he borrowed the sum JndKufent In the Roberts Cane Salt Lake June 20In the case Jl H Roberts found guilty of un lawful cohabitation the judgment of thy court was that he pay n fine in ithq sum of 150 or in lieu thereof that ho be Imprisoned In the county jell for a purled of 150 days llemovliiir a Steel Plant Rcranton Pa June 61he work removing the Lncknwannli Iron Jt- Cos mulls to Buffalo line been nrt4h The mauls employ 7000 men mfthe compan Is capitalized It 2i wSJSbo T r 1 t tin Qsfdrtfrfrd rCstF4rfGfrliri kftQsfFaQ trfrttrfrFQlrlFtflFttnflftl fkGrbrh t IISTATE NEWS PICKUPSfAt f aOHIS t SHOItt r FATHER AND DAUGHTER DEAD Disastrous Ilcnultii of the Izploclon of n Grist Mill nailer Year IVIIllaniMburfir ICy Williamsburg Ky June 25Twwere killed by the explosion of n boil er in n little grist mill near the Scott county line They were JUicy Uroyles aged S3 an old federal soldier and his daughter Carrie aged 16 The girl was running the mill nnd when tho eccentric refused to work properly she went to her father who was working in irIs blacksmith shop about 200 yards away nnd told him of it He told her to go back nnd ho would come as soon as possible and when he did so his arrival was closely followed by an explosion which in stantly killed him nnd injured thei daughter so that she died in an hour Before dying alma recovered enough task 0 what had killed her father and struck her- MURDER FROM JEALOUSY Finding n Letter From Illrnl In IIU Sweethearts 1oNienilon Oscar aiclhcraon Shot Her Livingston Ky June 24 caused a tragedy at Tunnel No S mile north of this town Oscar Mc Pherson unmarried aged 25 years shot Carrie Arnold his sweetheart iin the forehead killing her instantly McPherson is a railroad employe Ho had become infatuated with thei Arnold girl and finding her In pos session of a letter from another man became furious in his jealous rage The girls mother interfered when McPherson shot twice at her and then shot the girl as she stepped be tween hint nnd her mother McPhcr son escaped USED HAMMER AND AWL Desperate Fight Between n lllnclc uiltlt and n Carriage Munnfn- cturcr nt Lexington Kjr Lexington Ky June 3Wlth I ti hummer and awl for weapons Pn Ucvoreux a blacksmith and S V Fryc a carriage manufacturer fough- a t fierce duel in the lattors shop Fry I Is alleged to have told Doer ux thatl he was n bluff Later Devereux appeared nt Frjes place and pulled Fryes Vrye who is 57 punctured the side f his antagonist with an nwl until the latter hind almost killed him with n hummer Fryes face was batter sJ into mt unrecognizable mass Men fieparatc l tttVflgutcrjft Devereux was arrested Shot at u Minuter Ilopkinsvillc Ky June 22 Councilman J Dudley Ware shot i Inflicted n scalp wound on lies W E iPiner pastor of the Methodist church who was making a pastoralI call Ware had been drinking it is alleged and without warning Ware fired it is said and Dr Piner threw him to the floor and iisarmcd him The unfortunate affair caused a great sensation here Details arc meager Ware surrendered and was releasedI on 1000 hand Caring for IIU KzChllilWlfe Versailles Ky Tune 23oen Cas sins M Clay of Whitehall purchased from J IF Yarnell of Pinkard this county and deeded to his former childwife now Mrs Wiley Brock house and three and n half acres o land adjoining Mrs Brocks presen home This is the third purchase of land tint Gen Clay line made for her since 3er marriage to Hilcy Brook and he looks after her comfort and welfare as a fattier would UxChlef of Police Indicted Middlosboro Ky June 22Ex Chief of Police II A Ball was Indict ed by the grand jury for the killing of Mend Cottroll in time fight which took placo at Balls saloon here Mon day He was allowed ball in the sum of jOOO Wheat Crop In Union County Morganflold Ky Juno 2Unlon county rained about 500000 bushels of wheat last year and the crop this year is estimated at 600000 Cone servative estimates place the damage from time Hessian fly and raid at 23 per cent Laundry Price Increased Louisville Ky June 82 Louisville laundries have raised time lprice on collars from 16 cents n dozen to 24 cents They claim that the advance In the price of materials makes an in crease nccorfsary also that new styles of collars are hard to wash Ciiiod llnntlnir Ground Corbln Ky June 23 There is said to be good hunting ground in the Kentucky mountains north of Jellico Tenn Mountaineers say deer is plen tiful and that wild turkeys are also In abundance One mountaineer says he recently saw a herd of ten deer IneendlnrUiii Su pected Columbia Ky June 3Thc gen eral dry goods store of Welby Allen near Eunice burned There had been no fire about the stove for two months and it is supposed that tho store was set on fire Loss about 4000 no Insurance New Slate tianrui Formed London Ky June JA new com pany of state guards has been organ led A mustcrlngin oflicer is expected this week 11 M Jackson cushier of the FiratNattonal bank London U attain I OPENED BY A CONVICT It Took an Expert to Open the Kentucky TremurerM Cash and Hand nose Frankfort Ky June 21The in side steel doors to the cash anti bond boxes in the state treasurers vault the combination of which was lost when time new state treasurer took charge of the office have at last been opened Frankfort machinists work ed on the doors for three days and made no progress Finally a message was sent to tho penitentiary for the loan of a convict that could blow open n safe upfromwas selected by the prison author ties as the best man to do the job and lie justified their confidence by opening the safe in 30 minutes MUST BE DECIDED BY LAW An Injunction Granted Against Im- Iicachmcnt Proceeding In the Cattleman Case 1 Louisville Ky June 21 Special Judge John L Dodd grunted Adjt againstaprevent that body trying him on im peachment proceedings The council claims Castleman Is now holding the office of adjutant general at 2500 a year and of president of the Louis ville park board at the same salary when it is against the law for one man to hold both offices The judge holds that the question of compatabllity is not within the jurisdiction of the council It must t be decided by common law dAttempt to freak Jail Lancaster Ky June 5A daring attempt to break jail was made hero There are seven prisoners confined in the bastilc Hubert Carrier and John Preston it Is said sawed the hingestoff the largo iron door to their cell wheroItithoy made a hole four feet long in tho brick wall The jailer appeared in thandcuff stop them and proceeded to PrestonIand were just on the point of beakiing out of jail when apprehended weretdesperate men Shot aria Killed a Woman Livingston Ky June 22 +0sqar Mc Pherson aged 27 a switchman In the Irdm N yards at Tlylng taiuitiis charged shot and killed Carrie Arnold during a fit of Jealousj Jfc Conduotorinccted throughout the state He has not yet been captured It Is said Mo Pherson was drunk Kllllncr Over n Debt Corbin Ky June 2iJohn Eagle was shot and killed Into Saturday Vlllogethaving words over a debt Engle fis al leged to have owed Cox for n year It is said that Cox shot Engle when ho said the debt was not a just one Cox can not be found Shot the Wrong Man DIxon Ky June 2bWhile Jaclc t no bourn was shooting nt John Mc stnblufkillec4twrestling and got into a fight which j caused the shooting Ra bourn fought his way out of the stable and escaped hut n posse is after him Taylor to Speak In Kentucky Frankfort Ky June 24 Kentucky republican leaders are talking about i bringing W S Taylor to the state to make a half dozen speeches this fall in the eastern part of tho state where it Is certain no attempt would bo made to arrest him The matter ha not been broached to Mr Taylor but possibly will be later on 0 Three Candidate Coney Ky June JT P Morris has announced himself as a candidate for representative from Morgan mind Wolfe counties subject to the action of the democratic convention G W Good and D C Lykins are also can didates Noted Divine hired Lexington Ky June 5TIev Dr II B Walker one of the most noted Methodist ministers in tho south la dead aged CO years lie was one of the leaders of the Southern Methodist branch luring the famous split in that denomination during throe war To importune Delegates Frankfort Ky June 25The ladies of the Gocbel Monument Fund asso elation contemplate sending a com mittee to the Knnsnu City convention to take some steps to collect moro money for the monument fund Found fend In tier Room Columbia Ky June 22Mrs F Hudley n much respected woman who 1 has been making her home with Mrs Ellen Wheat Montpell ICywas found dead in her room She was 50 years old and ullllqted with heart dia easetNew Kentnckr Ionttunaterii Washington Juno 22 Kentucky postmasters were appointed as tai lows McCausey Menlfee county Samuel Tabor vice S 0 SpruUliup resigned Rothwell Menlfee county Wm R Tabor vice S Tabor rvslgatfd f- T I t 7 41k t c l Cu gyp u L c II ood r THE HICKMAN COURIER UJcorgo Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JUNE 2910001 T ltRAOElEIT8 will bo made next we For tho withdrawn of as many troops can bQ spared from further service Ouba ttttt OREGON voters are not very chivalrous I They have defeated at the polls u constitutional amendment providing for woman suffrage ttttREPRESENTATIVE GROSVKNOK relt T ates his charge that tho lion Lemuel Eli Quigg mutilated tho Republican National platform ttttIT is said that Hill says ho will not ac cept the vice presidential nomination Ono Teddy Roosevelt is also roport to have said tho same ttttSENATOR HANNA says there is no truth In the report that three Utah sily kings have contributed J50000 each 0by i the Republican campaign fund I ttttTROUBLES in China are beginning to i stir tho tea fighting blood of Admiral Dewey Better turn him loose on tho boxers titan turn tho politicians loose on fihim j tttt i IT is reported that the Powers have reached an agreement to partition Chi na and that they havo asked the United States Government to indicate what share it would like ttttr ACCORDING to tho dispatches justice j is for sale in Cuba by the native court- No i one has ever doubted this but uo one expected our people to catch tho contagion of dishonesty as soon as the did I ttttItho chair ofr political and social science nt Yale but he has just said Tho real iissue that men of the future luive got to meet iisI t tstruggle lbetween plutocracy and Domov craoyttttJUDGE LEWIS said in a speech nt Owensboro that he hadnt been sick for O years wasnt old enough to wear spectacles and was sufficiently young to I anIIr tttti iTItEtorch lighted in China may set l the world on fire The nations aro hurry ing there like wolves around a dying deer each waiting for its share It iIs easy enough to overthrow the Chinese 4 government but when it cornea to die jin viding the soil there will bo trouble ttttNEW YORK advices state that Danforth is exSenator Hills man for the Vice 4 President and that a boom has been t started for him Arkansas Democrats however met in convention and it is probable an attempt will be made to In struct for D B Hill for Vice President ed I tttttj THE Courier does not want tho bitterness and folly of tho last campaign i brought over into this nor does it do sire anymore elections by uniformed citizen constabulary Galling guns j j P mandamuses militia or murder The Courier is for learn and abhors blusUt und bloodshednt ttttf a LAST year the mass conventions hold at each county seat in the State to uom iI mate a candidate for Governor were l scenes of turbulence and strife All Democrats will be glad to know tha C the call this year calls togother theI a I Democrats at their precincts instead oft to the county seatsSttttnTile United States Charge lu Constau tinople has addressed a fresh note to the upontt ttheUnited States Government for fed Sol f settlement of the indemnity in connec I tiou with the losses of Americans dnr lug the Armenian massacres t ttttiii TUB long fight of the doctors of tho old school of medicine to prevent gra I rOIIteopathyrI tucky was ended last week by the grant lug by the Court of Appeals of a per I petual Injunction restraining the Statet I Ii Board of Health from interfering wi I them or prosecuting them for practic 1 1Ingosteopathy tttt1 11 THK HopkiuBvillo Kentuckian in a I 4veryable article on tho Governors race says Above and beyond any personal 11 thFlAt tho bolting Democrats will not harmon t IIII r rizeupon the same candidate they generalrIfunderstoodl that the demand for a new I leader is almost universal Even ti strongest followers of Gov Goebel have 4 joined the harmouizers and Blaekbn AlcCroary Ellis Ypnng Wood Hazel rigg are for harmony and a now lead t The Democratic Judges of tho Court r Appeals the Democratic Congreesm- and a largo majority of the leaders v and out of office are of the same opi n ion II T ttt ttttt a I r Ir I 0j to1 Nr iit K v ez =LOCAL NEWS II The world always listens to u mat with a will in him It can not be said that wo have listi an uncomfortably hot June Tho City Council will moot in regu ular session next Monday night ekIIbar youInworkNext Wednesday is the nations blrthdnJuly 4th How are you go ing to observe IU Its human nature to sympathize with the under dogunlw you have abet on the top one The funeral of Esq J J Jones will be preached at Davids Chapel let Sun day In July by RId Adams Ivary animal kept by roan except ing tho cat is taxed in Austria nail now there is a proposal to tax pussy John D Rockefeller writes that ho can get a new pair of overalls this your Made ftU 000000 in the Jirst six months oTltXX dWell after all things might bo a lot worse than Tho first watermelons theyseason of reached Ilickninu last worker Serious damage has lion done in Georgia Alabama and South Carolina recent rains and a vast territory has been inundated Rain and wind have badly damaged tho wheat and corn crops in Missouri Illinois and Oklahoma Kansas is lint fering from drought The census enumerator who makes public any information given him by an Individual is subject to a tine or ttt00 under the census laws Cow for SaleIIn Ono condition Good milk cow hut dry Apply to COURIER OFFICE A German tyrant says dying is aI perfectly easy and painless process ConI sciousness he says ceases in nearly ev cry instance before the heart stops beat ing g oThe colored baseball club of this city wont to Columbus lost week and scored an easy victory over tho club at that sureyplay ballIHelen Goulds income is the largest counrsort On churches and charities she spends 100000 a e rII I I Bankers estimate that American I idtorN to tho Paris Exposition will I spend abroad this year HO000000 more than is usually spent by Americans in Europe during tho vacation season A Kentucky convict opened the treasurers vault in thirty minutes after experts and machinists had felled to doII the trick in three days trial The combination to tho wait had been losteTho Methodist bishops have decided prayerinSunday following as the dill to take eel lection for the Twentieth Century fund On next Wednesday July 4th there will ben barbecue roil bran dance on what is known as tho Old Centennial Grounds near Mrs J M Reid s place West Hickman Everybody invited Only a little over a year ago tho United States gunboat Nashville WIlaI anchored in the Mississippi river in front nf Hickman Now sho lies off Tien Tsin China This is a great country but so are its warships Auditor Coulter has issued a circular stating that tho tax rato this year will be only 4714 contsn reduction of 5 cents Tho Legislature of 1897 increas tho rato to 5iJ cents for three years 1897r9 when ifcJrolt souk to 171 c upbeforeburR Monday for cutting wheat on Sunday in violation of tho Sunday law They I thurot1ondisudssodnpproUIjj Corn tomatoes melons everything J work is suffering and much IIII total loss Another week of rain will I send trio clover hay along with tho rest cdoe JIaster was so general in section a Republicantof Fulton county has sidled 1 I County Convention of tho Republicans meet at the court house in llickman July 14th to send delegates to the State Republican Convention to I ominate a Republican candidate for a Governor Paducah Register James Wortcn of IIickmnn confined at the city has tit ol whoso nose was in a muchly disfigur whenaI brokenby6CitY Physician uppendage 8mderN and ro ofDrsf Albert Robinson a negro man hail ing from Mississippi was arrested Tuos chargedd I I JohnHingo forotover to circuit I court J whathlike for like what It would bo ueces sary to do with you should you kick a muleButalive nail often it is better for somo people to be deal titan for them to bu alive Moral Dont kick REASON WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN KAOOSNlyThe rate of payment Is low- e Members have thirty days in which to pay legni or foot orThin rate of assessment does not in thoorago entry permaindij guarantees a maximum number of pay meats I V 7 LlTt 1ltR S Il hat ncinocrntlc 1ntiers SJlt Ito pII Iho Gubernatorial Itaco AflMNBT mtcKiIANti j Bowling Green Tiuici4 j Tho Tunes regrets thnt the gpyemor did not find it to bo iu accost With jhih tleolprj i i a ouudldnry under the pouiilltif uondNI lions by which Koutuoky Dytntwrat trod themselves canIron tl11 Tli ruan cleaner moro deserving nor bright young Democrat ill GOt Beckhnui and none moro worth Of pu Ho wteetn and party confldeuQO ba with tho environments by which IIH J surrounded not resouablo to Ixjlleti1 that his nominntion would be n jutUi clous work Tounitu amid HtningtliJ the duuiocrntic party should bo the UM pjnnost thought in tho mind of oven democrat who ia not viewing the miutJ tiou for the Btnudpoint of iKrwual ot strlUlJthouIncfssfully gainsaid1 that It ia iuipoaibl to placate tho nutiUoobol democrats o Kentucky by tho nomination of Mr Beckbam 1 The Times is absolutely wlthoii prejudice In thin matter amid would vote for Governor Beckham with as muoKI Kentnokyfif it could fool that ho WM time strongest man and only for that rouaou dc it think hits nomination wonld ho dlsiui troua to the party which would nowl nate him FOR J D IILACK Interior Journal The Interior Journal la plnyluR up tU vorito for tho gubernatorial nouifhaiton and will heartily support any of tliaoi collent gontloumn announced for thigh he honor but considering tho good of the party and with an ore single to Its success we are constrained to boliov eI that the Hon James D Black In tlw man to nominate He is time niie maaI upon whom all tho factious can nuito and united there is no such n word M defeat for the democratic party Ho kI clean able and worthy and would make hlAhowevercandidates all of whom are deserving of the party praise but from n oloKw kuowledgv of the man and tho bolls that ho can more assuredly lead us to tipUlClrand it behooves the democrat to put a man against him who without so man advantage In hfo can discount him 1 brains legal attainments purity of rac ord and in nprlghtnom of ohnractor AOAIVBT DBCKIUU IHopkiusvillo KentuckfanjJ Our good but misguided frietnl Eat tor Mott Aysra of the Fulton Loader cannot promote harmony in the demo cratic party nor advance Gov Iltok hams personal interest by belittling the field that is lined up against tn leaders favorite It will not help Gov Beckham forouo of hismaifhgoni to call Gen Lowe 1 a teoble old man in hU studBlackl specta on unknown man Is needed vt want a man not actively identified wlt tho State ticket last your A mau uwu wnom all domoorats can hunnonk Gov Beokhaui was riot such a tiiaujf rn 1899 and ho may not be iu 1900 KtIK JUno LKWIR Georgetown Tlinnw At tho mooting of the Damurraof o Scott county meld on Saturday rvemtn last Gen Jos II Lewis was endorw for governor and the pledge given lbs- all l honorable moans will be given tde5 cure his nominntion Gun LwwU in + very estimablo gentleman nUll joputaj1 throughout the stat POK J D 11UACK Climax II- Kialunond 1I j I Tho anuouucoment of hta aatididftrt for governor by Hop To1 D i Kuox county is very moo111I friouda and will lK regarded I factions with favor He is at once a lean man a true man nnd a uiaii i ability Born and ratted h republican county whore it U aluilfr considered crime to be n donioarntli I has since lit was old enough uruachiM tho principles of tho people often will great personal risk lot always tvltn great force and zeal Ills popularity ut homo IH shown by tho fact that ho bomt republican for legislature from Knox 0i nail ago although counties fnrufibthe two over 3000 tv publican majority A Noble Editorial Time Oourio Journal which in day gone by was a tower of strength amount Kentucky De OIOCru tit and whioh L again back In lino rendering HOIIIO strong blows for trno Demooraoy thus sleek iu a resent editorial of the grout party of the people The Democratic party as it U or ganized may bo most insuflloiont Its loaders may gropo iu tho dark Its vii signalButIxirtyhookingtheparty seeking time enrichment of th row It is distinctively tho party tint would preserve our free institutions nni our popular traditions us opxsod to th tJUycanpiirjuwo opportunism winiilly unsparing nUll un scrupulous Tlio Democratic managers Republicanmuitugers and tariffs they hero moilo their cuss and it is a good case In the mutter ot public obligation tho Republicans SlamsI much WIllremindI OUrKIsLvthoILLIKOIH lomoornt nominated San uel AlHohuler ofPeorla for Governor and eleected Carter II sTruthIIt Williams delegates nt largo to the Nk Uonnl Convention e 4 1 I fjutilo1rtli11 Iu 1800 tho regular Domoornts i olltjl six millions nail n halt of votes Nig KrH iuuludod and onto million Goldt ncinoomta Iwaidw tho IlopubHotrua puilrll only n little mow titan half u million mote Thownraslgntfloftiit fig ur They WIn lMt to be nolrant withI t y the pot ttehriia Gonrlmslour 111 UIM Take tho Stump for Bryan MII + Margaret Ingloe or Paris Ky o h nmd quite a reputation In 1WG by HMkmK iu several route of thocoun try fur time Dumoomtio prwiluentlnl tlok- r uuiiiiunuw that she her dntvrmlnud- to agtuu tnke tho stump in tin intottKt Iti Mr itryour mud will leave heat frlduy ir iir Westuru tour Sho will attend I Duuidsainn1vin n Gonvontiuu a YegKnidod ly her mother lien Lewis ut Mujllclil UIL Juinph II Lttts oandldnto for I iriior poke nt tho court houn yes iriu evening ton good urowd wholl d1I HttentlTaly and cheered heartily t tin iiinolnilon lie favors nithur the 14111 1 tir modtn mtlon of tho election Ila1 Thowftli well Hdwmied in youm ho outer treed Hhunis Hud hit health la- tt rfitt Ho toted that ho had sot Ink tn a dine of medleino for 95 wra 10 tutuntPearfal Idulroad Wrecks Iiiirtyflw imvangora and tralHHwn kflted lute Saturday night In a nnk on the MBCOU branch of tho suthHTH mllwny noarMoDonough ON allIthiM on none eapod death ware t e iu this reapIng tAr Not H train n n tIiIt8lMMl Tho wreelmgo naught fir md many of tho UHfortunatm nltIrjr ltod to death On UHf Chtatgo nail S rhwMtern raid fix pomMM were kill ai lit in nibKing sail thirtylire wire Ifirtd The train wnshwvlly loaded ixcunrfonliU and collided with n liriht train Itvo mlliM south of linen jr1 WiitI eA Wraith of Beauty U fWD hid+ ton by unsightly PlmplM tt ma Totter Hrrnlpulaii Salt Hlionm K Bucklon Annoa Salve will glorify in rfar by curing nil Skin Kruptiuim yutx IlruU Bums Itoibi Fekuw I ni and wont fonns of lilts Only a box Cure gUiranUt d Sold by a i iroggisU u- U LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE H It DEPOT I J H POLLOCK Propr l1tcL turrmub heplt nurr y+ oarriagrw vela ttftmll 1c UWkJllNfn served with uurty cud JMolitent a Pa- ttwraNa aalr ileh 1 kl koiM 19 Cash Book Store Splendid Scluotion of NEW BOOKS 4- t STATIONERY t NOTIONS c GUI null sue our Stook Every thing up to Into MAUV BimBNDwi it to ia fJ ifI m I ItTaet 1 J t SIICtUOr la Wm DlmieUirlnk 01 peAtn IN Fancy c Groceries and Provisions BIOKHAN KENTUCKY gsr FREE DBLIVBItY Tolopliono Store No 1MI I lies Idonco No l1 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN KESTUOKY ME A TRIAL when you want GIVE luUblni done or repair In Wagoni Ae lloneilionjj n peonjf 1 also keep A full line o- fUndortakora Good Common RoiewooJ and MollJ HUck Walonl Coffins und Can which can befitted aD In short notice unl at reason Sbrn prices Give ma s sail MU Shopnever the Jail u 1Lma JWIA 4- tr e I a ui JOMlMJlrJrrS Ills llul DUPMIV lliull Somelhliig to Say mind Knew Zloty to Soy It A London dtaimtoh doted got hut yi Thu Amorlonii ItUiiop inking port in the tiiiwtomry celebraUMi MO won Roldttn oplHrami for their oloquwice nail force OotmuunUiig on llbiliok Dwtnea and Uktiop llndloystgoeehes the Wost inlMtor OnaoUa after referring to Uiulr wuiulorful How of Itinjjunxo delightful wit Ore and furu and tho two with which they lpniied from humor to imthw timid hook iiKuin deolurat 918elmlllI t el I eottresuuuuaIhow to miy It in the most inirfuot form IntheirallutwUnttrteanforonslo A Mfo and Ucnth Struggle Mr W A HIiioH of Mniiahtwior In writing of hu nlinrat iniruoulons MaimN from death says Exposure after inwwlsH Induced serious lung trouble which ended iu Gonauniptlou I hail oonffliednighttilerTheu DrKingseuro me HundnMb huge wed It on may advice nail all my It never falls to stirs troublesRegularfree At nil drug stores 0 t J Mined pFaints i i p Wo have tulilcd to our large fitook 0V PArJXr SIn complete line oi 1cad1S 1 f Mixed PaintsJ 1e BALL COLORS and guaranteed to bo of bite BEST QUALITY UOfUIJIJUO1G1LLJ nltUGJl i11 + ji d Bread rI18 THK AND I6TUI t ttgGJDOD j1 1 ew + GilDHate jj Bread Cakes and Pics Baked Daily t iII1174A1gU11V1t1ItM SPOIL Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates 4tI and Candies Cigars and TobaccoSj 1 1 ftTi 1 i Zr The Maatt JCJS OttXJM PARLOR In the QUyt t tige T lphouoyourQrtcr1 I IN city BakeryOQ9t t w 14lIIIf1AfaJ e tfr Cfttlking ROlngreg V The Best in the World I I You Cannot tlaltu a lilNtxUu Eu Buytug Qae of tfiese Ranges I I Ono of its Strongest Tolnta la IttlII ECONOMY IN THfUSE OF FUEL I l Bakes Biscuits lii i MinutoB Light Bread in 40 Mlnulon Hnylng n MnjOBtio tnonuH u IKotEino of Economical Oooklnp 1 i l weld Exam11ilie Tlioiu Youll ISuy no Ollif- rR Bw KHSTAKB to HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSy1M1AILTIM1I11 114115 TOM DILLON Sr Propr 11 rc er Ic It V itq JJr Marble and Granite Monuments t t I STONE CUREINGIWORK of nil Kinds IKON FENOING co Hiokman Ky TO THE PUBLIC I niu engaged in this I linoi of business at Union City Twin und carry tit all times n largo and well as sorted stock of Good and Pure WMskoy us well ns all other goods in that lino and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER W WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFERDun Hot I aui enabled to soil and hereby offer you Pour Whiskeylori m sutlefaotory This is a most liberal otrer autll nwait your orders W U WEB JTl+ lh w t- a r 7 1t 7 T t=J 13 I w 1 1 I lp s Ilallroml Time Table N 0 St L 11 II LEA VI81 AIUllVFHIi hiTrahI I pm m Local and Personal Mrs K L King IU vhltlnii In Troy IIIUulouI Mw J M WitUng IIn vliiting her jmrentH nt Maiden Alo OouIUrVlllltfngMrs Wit Hewitt of Carbondalet 111 lU tllU guest or Mm Will Haltzor GutdunI Ueo QibbD hits boon appointed Glut t unit Moiitorof thoObioh Clmnoory Court Thu MlwuR OunUire of Uyuralmru I wuro tho Kucwta Roy J 11 UVWHI thin wtytkltuv r ofeolu1l1huJl ItIIUIIUIIuquaDIM Colointm and daughter MlwI hOllloInI roturnhumoer I visiting Mlw Jbwlo Islor J Stulfngd othur relatives In Jlioknmn Mr Dave Hurnott a popular fansa- mid wmlll maim ot Lnku county very low with typhoidmalarial fov r Mr A W Lindsay will leavo to mor k row night for Kanww City Mo to at n ConvadonflTY0 ewtalnly we have Wall Pa l buautlfIts I WIUONH HOOK STOHK t Mr D O Maddox who has loon atlondlritf whool nt Lexington has return ed homo Ifo will ruUirn to Lexington in the fall- rrBldor I A N Glovor of Union Ctty will fill gular uplolnttamtt lit Mt- normon Sunni y a iream lllrorybod- rordlxlly InhrdIThtt ladles of tho Ilifomiwl altaralll will gave an leo oranm trap or at the nowry Red Thursday vanittg July ftth Everybody invited l Int Laura lJurn6tt and Mm Mmdtea llar or art vtaltlnK their htor Irs La viola lUttve In Duster Mo and will bo absent several wooka OajiL Snood Strung one of the host known pilot on tho MMtwtppI river Ja wSlludlrlg a taw dllM lit horse with hiltII foully on Troy avenue Ilrlelt for HRlcI lIIlemanWntOHM OnrtJJ IfllffSiyjJij I Ut+ InyOlfVytnt oflipfttl mhA tJRT ty UoUnnheiH Pa returns h011l1 Sru day l land I- u having received life di4ow from that ItMtUtttlo- nIaduonh Nw Mln Hattie VIIt lion ono of tho umohem In the ill Mhoolj left today for UloknllUl to spat giiito a WIIttC YIOC1t1on From thtlllt Kilo wHlIj I KO to Vandwbilt Univanity Nashville 1 to take a eouno Iu Jertnau I Clinton Democrat foiltor Mote Ayon of tho Iulton Dally Loader him 4 game to tho tvalubrions olluiato of Utah in wmroht of lumlth lilt ox eot0 to mania out them live or six WlMlk truly hope he will tx L nuflttwl by theI trip Fine Co r for SlIlet jFineApply to Cues C SMITH It I 11OIlUIIrliuURgut Coinjwny was ntiltwl in uutrrlmug e I HaryettoVaughni I bJoyMrs1 Hankln mother of Mm A V Oliver agjd about 7A yuan dlud at Uie otroaldawoInqy Her doath was oditeod troin mime thing like tmeumonia unit old ago iw we are advised Thu rejKirt ubtalned that HIO died of small JKIX but aiw n not to IMI truernophu1Vurron r sic to whfuh thirty ohlldron worn 1 vltod The InvlUitloiw road Hlrthday plonlc at Sulphur Springs rhtmNdn Juno 28lh 11U WnJIJIA will tnko from gmndmothors nL II a m Will m OU 1lJ1u1 Wllrron S Hillson lliokmn ICs J I taut heal A nice now dwelling hoUBo contra 1 located Apply to Couiuint 010ITho Hoard of Aldormen of Union City ut their last meeting iHinnod an or OOWH from ruullindilluncwIrohlbltlng by a vote of I to which oauxM tho OoiiunnrolalUourior to roniark that tho cople of Union Oity are tho ones to say whether thoy slim 1 have an exclusive cow law and not to mon Lot cm light wovo just hud urn wrap of that kind ounolvMIIHoHobull in still tho raga On Tues day there way an oxcitod gaino botwcon tho Shaw Uoy and Town Talks TI iutne stood 8 to U in favor of tho Town Talk when a wrangle arose and thu um pire gave the Town Talks the amine thu tihuw Boys not continuing to play whon- rl1lld to do so by the umpire Time Elllson und tho Haltzer tSs Doc itsi ulub bad n game Wednesday when the Klllsons won As tho weather grows warner the purchasing public becomes moro averse ddoslnlltloconcino information as to whore and what prices they can obtain what they want The alert merchant yields to the demand and by judiciously using thu advertising columns of his homo paper sends tho desired information to tho hones of prospective purchasers where It may bo read at leisuro and selections inudo in comfort t Lr DISTRICT CONFERENCE AT TIPTONVILLE Arrangement for Visitors The Union City District Conference will bo hold at Tlptouvlllo Iwgiumug July 81 anil continuing three or four days Tho opening eoruion will be de1 livered by Itov 12 KI Urnnsford of Columbus KY Time missionary sexTiiion will Iw pruiahed by Rev PI II Ilolds SMiaial arraugomeuta have been made with the Loo Ltnb Steamers to have n boat at Iliokmau on Tuesday ovonlu for tho aecomodutiou of tho visitors of lido sowtiou They must arrive at Hick man oil time 2 oclock train In the after uoou in order to make conncotion with Tlutouvtllr cakrotunllrIlIItY uyuahtguud rngnwill ho two thirds taro which tK 811ter MorrisonLaatmlvtllo nuiiL u grand tunic In expected mitHloknmnii leading harbor shaves youI with ease and gives you entire satisfao tlpn Time very IuGwt stylus in hair out ting and heard trimming Shampoo nl1l- ldlug I given ii tiuilfil iif I tinltfkn If you tin prom Btu prompt and careful nttoutlon- dispatch1l000dng John P Pelham KilledY IA telegram was received Saturday MieI announalng that John album wtw killi od in time Phlllpplnu IilundN nwtr lita nllla mi limn 13th In a akirmiih with tho mrgontM Mr Pulham belonged to the 10th U S Infantry and Iris company rmiliy nmhuiihed when he and eight bribe rw wore killed and a number wounded Julham till well known in Iliokman andiI ruvnarly lived In Fulton and Dyeraburvf A Narrow Escape Yontanlay aftorucioii Mr A IL Ninh toY1 crew attempted to heart time truth at th fieosoupo from Mirhans instant death be 1 lug thrown against the hide of the ooaohto J J burl barely mho+ lu fsdllug OOI18 tOILy Coauner 4x1 wheekv Ilia Head 111 fron Off I Mr Philip Spitzoubaoh a farmer liv- Ing near Canal Dover Ohio lost weaki Ml u trap with a heavily loaded shot gnu to oaluh u robber who lias been vis iting hu ohlcken hoWl Next morning the tasty of Hlmer liakurt ago l SO yhor that etlY was tQ I1 1Jt rho 9 a1- c litJtblUid11oillltitlc fW 4r r 0 w An OltPLnity- Mn I Emily Cook who Ifvse on Uie wetof Un only b prolwbly the oldest p tersonSoldUnion county Shu WUB born In r toUtwaforoen anus wan Hall and she was married in Augurs IRKS to Wm Cook in Hurri eon ooHMty Union City Commercial Courlw Yelrnencnna Cut Donn Time Nrnv York Journal and Advertiser of tim 33d1 Itt print a copyrighted4 from Rov Frederick Brown presiding older of tIn fan Tain dtatriet Thordlapatoh in tinted Uhofoo Juno 22dffrut In ill follow I have just got away from Tien Tel on a Gorman gunboat Tho oily ban bombarded for several days by tho All tho foreign part of Tl i Mn hiut IKOU dedtroyeu Lieut Wright of our navy mid 100 hers of tho white residents iimrlnun and willow sent up to our amUtanoo were killed or wounded Tho American dastroyoAunuunltlun d rteotM are mitTering terribly and need Ii- mtant help LI ACHKi BitteuaWaalyniI whlohImllyearTurrlblyhead mud loco und tho best dnato could give no help i but now her health tlypurifier known its rho 8U remedy for cczunw totter snitt rheum ulcers boils nnd running soro It stimulates liver kidney suit bowel baitndfugglfitS Ounrnutooo 1 alcurl While and yellow shelled corn n anyI for sale at Railroad Elcmtor JOHN BsrANT btor Sale Fine Brown Leghorn egg tD cents per setting of 13 M L ALLISON POTATO tLli +Fur mile by Mus M V WALKKK r STOUK IEAH FOKSALE I knee a largo nuniWr of bushels of Stock Peas on hand nd1 can M nil or promptly for oUf WhlppporwlllI SHAWt fFor Sale or Rent I j Wholo or hYlJnterest iu Moscow Holler MUl8 Adlrcsl 023St 101ClWURTII I r I f I Wall trendy for slat Tide happened to ono of our census enumerators last week Oh yes I know you are the ceps man Warm dny take a scat Ive got ten all the facts for you My husband John is forty I am thirtytwo we havo seven children they nro nil well now Hut put in tho census man Yen yen you neednt ask mo any iUOtiUOnH Im telling you loot M I caD ommy our oldest boy had the measles when he was three Ho lust begun to walk when he was eight mouths old an the day after ho was ton months old he could walk stout around limo roOm withII downrstaiw when ho WWI four years three months and thirteen days old but didnt hurt hire and ho liked ico urea from tho liNt time he over tasted it nt gut him to vat gravy hut ho could aw u pieco of steak when ho wax Illr en months old Johnnie the next UIO oldOrit I Madam stop stop cried tho enumer ter answer my questions I dont wa to know any moro bloat your children And then tho woman got mad and rc fused to answer another question und the censuHUtkor lost his temper und loft I I While In Town I Call in at E E Heovc Cos and a nice line of Carriages and liuggies oung Mens 17 in Buggies are now out of sight HothOUIII ladies unit n- ed r ti ladlori aro HjKtcIally invited Dent be n grumbler Sonic people contrive to got hold of tho prickly elm of everything to ran against all ti uharj corners and find out all tho Illsa greoable things halt the strength spent In growling would often set thtu nuht You may an woll make up yo mind to begin with that uo ono ev liketrit you are to your of the troubles and boar them bravely 1 will bo very sure to have burdens la uixm you that do not belong to you nil1 Rrumltlo11 cannot do It never mind about tho oth ur who ought to have done it and tiagap smooth away the rough spots nUll nish up tho jobs that others havo 1left undone they aro the true peacemakers und worth a whole regiment of blOwlJ J tin whUJhll1lUhlg 1 j tor radial on that said it was n slighu ipralu and would soon bo well but grew worse and tho doctor thou said had rheumatism It continued to gefl wone bud I could Imtrdly got nrountl tid work I went to a drug atom bud tin druggist recommended etc to try Chumn ouebltrsaritll11 alltriIttBtLtDrulruutaue wtsTOCI SHEEP tide week by J W Martin jr headPrico I HenryMUHHf ofPolkStu11i 1 have just ordered another our ttf SOU II I M COIIIQ and Jot what you ought to have lastdu30ji I 1300IKlrj Woodlmid Mills Tonne F i mansii tho I blmI I andII I mo I yoursII i saw the as usi I 1rTJUtlS hECTURfi ttramp axkcd for a drink in a saloon Tho inISboertoas the exITSlop make I poorlIn tongue Xlw tramp hastily swallowed down drink and as tho rich liquor coursed thromb hm blood ho straightened solfup and adgruceand dignity that all his rags dirt could not obscure Ciitlemon said ho I look tonight nt you and myself and it seems to blightedItThis onconWI Dull This shambling Illgurecco walked tin proudly as IrandWpo had n wife as beautiful roman artist dream but I dropped tho price InOOtj u cup wine and like Cleopatra it drtwUe then quaffed it down in i brlnioing draught I had children RPrlngnndtheblfgMinqhad UftonbutIunddWIopirowM nnd ambitions that soared high and tut pure WI the morning KGtr but I broke and bruised their beautiful wlniB and at lost strangled them that TodayIwithoutI a child u trump without u homo ImpulseoJ inhoTbc trump ceased speaking the glass fell Wlllhattrred floorSunitnrgroupcrup tramp was gone New Orlwn Picayune onWhatI Has Become of Hclli TJwse people who can cajl to mind tho italgo hammer sermons of fifty yean ago preached in the wiles of Ken tooky as then existed will agree in the mail with tho Atlanta Constitution m to rfason why the modem pulpit looks the f rw whioh ohoraotcrized the pal pit of kitty years ago Modern day preM heN do not put enough fire suit brinntoue into the Munnous which they preach front Sabbath to Sabbath In Need of briuglug the world up to the IIaaadard of tho gospel they are bring wg tin gospel down to the world and tho pirturc from the beaten dozy must eventually bo lwndalumIIof Christianity unless JfcpvtulejJOBKhitliatthe tirvnes to prevent this WAngKffiirnadtliat our ministers letpn in the meantime as wo listen tlu chimiugs of the Sabbath trolls tro tall air and summon as to tho ioi IK y which await us in time saact ne TO find oursfllves confronted with tin jnostiou What has become of hell Ifuncl1nn en Story HIUlii hot i lallod to the story that three mine ow en In Utah who supported Bryan in1yu halt eaoh contributed X501 j Mclfeleys campuTgii laud SonntorJlnnul1ifur JJwI story It Is a pore fabncatiou U eatu f Slipper SaleA- T I r AT r RICESJf I I I Wo have too many Slippers o hauls for this sea J Ron ShoeH of the year Iu order to ma o roots for our Fall totgo quickly Wo 1lt I t lLot NO Iwore Lace 1 1f3 and 22 1i Lot No 2radltaTnudtillticltsLaco t fLotsotlodandtom goods and wo sold atJOO to atmMAll go at once price 30098c I Lot No 4Ladles Lace SJSIhid that soldtfor 75cif Lot No 5 50cbud rI fhJLncoIslightly damaged which wi will soil nt25c I f I Baltzer D ddsff J 1 r Plen y- SIIOES Left Yet S298 instead of S400 and 350 in Tan and Ruasctt Calf and Vici Kid Laco and Oongrcs Com mon and Plain Toes BIG BARGAINS t- Our 48c and 25c Underwear Good assortment These are not leftovers and odd sizes from lost year All FRESH NEW GOODS We Always Have What We Advertise I WE WANT YOUR TRADE I HI f WILL ALWAYS BE POUND AT IJ J1 eeSJI f O I + oftoEuggiesnathat are UptoDate They are also agents for the leading Wheat McCormick Harvesters GaarScott Threshers and Binder Twine i I KYorr FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES 1 L GO where they allnoo who atlr TO i Rogers eke Threlkelds GROCERY t 1It1 ItClinton Street J FRESH MEATS f 1 r l T A 1 Hay f Oats Bran Lime and I1iY I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please my customers y motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Tolphono G Goods Promptly Delivered Your Job to This CITY SHOP To my old customers Wo are hereto slay Nobody will approclate your tryiugrulll111lol1aroors WiLl II R II YLORCASK Machinery TJPTO3DATE 11lLEDFORD Groceries Fresh Moats Hardware Queensware Cement Bring Work Officer BARBER ILcxsI Joe IV Bennett II V Iteulqii BENNETT EEMLEYA- TTORNEYSATLAW Will practice in all Courts especially tho Courts of Hlckmnn and Fulton coun laClinton I eM aGV C 1 L I IS ffreedom own Im mortal day Dy all hor children blest From Maines rough headlands faraway To the prairies of the west Whereer our starry banner tiles With beauty fold on fold II told beneath the BlUnt skies Tho tale that neer grows old The glorious deeds of Lexington Still In their luster shine And fame doth crown the sword and gun That fought at Brnndywlno From loved and haunted Valley Forgo True heroism comes And In the grim and Icy gorge Is heard the sound of drums Again the Continentals march Adown the wooded glen AntI there beneath the starlight arch Ride Marlon and his men The bellman old expectant stands A rebel to his king j Tho hell rope In his eager hands He waits prepared to ring Aye back from years forever gone f a Three scenes and sounds stilt oemc P And freedoms fair Immortal dawn Is wedded to the drum i The hero chieftain Washington I By honor warded sleeps Vhore southward far toward seas of sun The broad Potomac sweeps Ring every toll throughout the land Let loyal hearts bo gay Beneath one flag we proudly stand I For this Is Freedoms day Let anthems rise from coast to coast And echo oer the sea De this our nations proudest boast Our lands forever free T C llarbaugh In Ohio Farmer t4 MlssAB 6Ats l fOURTH1 IUHTMXO dip ed his noM deep in tin clear water He closed his eyes slowly with a sat jetted expression on hi equine coun tenance then elevated his dripping and cast a comprehensive glance 1 1luNlBlI1 tree tops Miss Abigail wetted i Fortunately there was ample time and It was a pleasant spot in which to linger Before the roadi woundout between 1 wide fields palpitating In tire noonday heat but here the shadows f dappled the white horses back and k checkered the dust with leafy shapes the water trickled musically down from the hillside into the mossy trough The wo man wow a long witlfifled bloomjymempry Tad was mortal fondlof the smell of the grape she sold aloud I wonder it Tads little girl will be like himShe drew a letter from her pocket spreading it with some difficulty on her I lap It was two months since this let terhad fallen like a bomb into her quiet life Since Tads death in London fire ago she had felt that further 1yearsi 1 l change could not ailed her This last I Itcommunication was a brief statement ij jwritten by an English lawyer of the death of her nephews wife but what robbed her of strength and set her pulse to bounding wildly was the re quest that she prepare to receive the s little girl into her home as the mother had been an orphan without nearfkln while on the fathers side site stood the closest to Tads child A slip of paper inclosed brought her Thnddeus List message dated long ago If my little Primrose should ever stand 1 In need of friends will you take her Into your heart auntie where you have ever keptTad This was why she was driving down to Stockton 01 this warm June noon for obedient to her direction the child had started In the charge of acquaint ances of Mi Abigails own who were returning after a winter on the eon uncut The train was due in an hour Lightning turned his head inquiring ly jJVlth a sigh Mss Abigail flopped the reins and drove out into the noonday heat The station master lounged out to d help her tie her steed Xpectln tIle little gal be ye Abbyr lie asked with tho freedom of long acquaintance She nodded Her hands were clasped tightly upon her reticule when the train rolled in but her face was calm A gentleman stepped oil then turnedI to1l1t down n child Seeing her he hur ried his charge along the platform Im relieved to find you here Miss Harding he said as be raised his hat for I must go on at once Here is the i baggage cheek Gooduy little one The child held out her hand gravely Goodbyshe said and her cJcslooked wistfully after him as he sprang upon 1 the moving train Miss Abigail was distinctly disap pointed She had felt sure of seeing a curlingbrownwas a quaint object in sage green with I yellowIPrlmrose looked up with a shy smile nnd Miss Abigails heart softened for lore were Tadsbrown eyes with TadsI own look while Tads dimple dented the small chin Moren one trunk she asked In tier driest tones and Primrose who had been ready to kUu this aunt vhom her dear mother had told her she must love felt repulsed That nightwhen the milk was trained and the chickens housed Abigail Upped out upon the porch It gave her a secret 1 1 1Miss II f elation when she came upOn f I a rJ1rr 1 d t ru a JW rayis Primrose ptrohcd on the upper step watching tho rising moon Primrose heart ached for a mothering And tho New England woman schooled to re pression was ashamed of tho strong desire which urged her to take the tired child on her knee and coax tho smile hack into her brown eyes liven to school I sposo she said with an effort nt sociability How did one talk to a little girl Xo nmnm Primrose pojltoly twisted around to face her Gracious goodness 1 A girl of your agePrimrose flushed with embarrass ment I wasnt strong she sold apologetically so mamma taught me at home I cnn rend pretty wellnnd- I can recite saute poetry Poetry Primrose looked doubtfully at this now relative She felt that she was not making n favorable report I cnn spent n little 1rench she con tinned antI I have got as fAr aa frac tions in desperate haste for Miss Abigails sniff was expressive What eon you do the curt voice came from the shadow of the vines Dor Primrose locked her mnnll fingers nervously together Why I dont do much but play Oh I can dunce and she brightened Ill show you Mlas Abigail gasped in ainatement But Primrose had sprung out upon the gross now Hooded with moon light Poising herself lightly site oomnicnciMl a soft humming then throw up one round arm and began Mies Abigail did not know how heavy tho little feet felt or how thickly the tears crowded behind the long lashes as Primrose tried to dunes Into her aunts good graces Very pretty was her comment at length qualified with children didnt dance In my day Its time you wore in bud In the vast chamber with Ita chintz curtains and dregl1 paper that had rejoIced the heart of swell Thaddeus when ho visited the farm his little daughter slept If the door HOT creaked in the dead of night and 1 somebody tiptoed In to see if the child was covered only the angel knew t Primrose dreamed that her mother kissed her- Thenceforth began strange experi ences for Primrose The tangle of bright hair was confined in two tight pigtails MlN Abigail taking fright from her own growing satisfaction in goldilocks felt that thus tine nipped vanity in the butW For the saiiie reason combined with neatness the dainty frocks were covered with long sleevud highnecked check aprons which Primroses beauty lov- Ing soul abhorred She hail been at the farm nearly a month when one morning at breakfast Miss Abigail sold abruptly I apose you think you what some crackers tomorrow Crackers Primroses eyes grew large with wonder- Firecrackers I of course Dont look so will I dont know what they are Primrose tried to modify her objec tionable expression Land Why you know what day- it Is1tYosm Friday Dont you know about the Fourth Sakes alive Your father used to tear up the whole farm that day Nor why f we celebrate Primrose ventured a weak Nobody I told me t Miss Abigail strode to the small I corner shelf and took down a dingy covered volume Its time you knew t some history she said but I cant stop to tell you now At least you can read the Declaration Take It out under the big walnut Never I mind about the dishes this tO 1 And Primrose struggling over the long words wished she was at her wonted tasks Gain to celebrate Britisher called a roguish voice from the gate and Sam Sackctt hung over the pick eta Primrose shook her head I dont know she answered how does one 1Lots1 up all clay Craclteratorpetloo- llrookets when theres any money left Sssfizzzbangl with a clash of the gate and n wnrwhoop to reen force his description Primrose jumped and Sam grinned wickedly Dill and Ill be round tomorrow to show you how and hU ei f promise had a sinister sound IK PrlnT itroses oars After dinner Miss Abigail disap peared In her bodroom opening iron the kitchen Come In here pyc something to show you aho oatlct after some time Primrose found her seated on the floor before nn open bureau drtnvur her lap full of little eases You w rr asking me about your pas relatives she said nnilnbly motioning Prlmr e to draw up a chair Ive got a 11 nrmore tlmen usual so 1 might as wall show you their pictures This is your pas mother at the age of 18 Twist it round till you oat see Thofio old daguerreotypes err queer about that Susaunn Martin was considered n good InOkiu WTnMn thctrIlllIMethodist minister over at IIQICorners and this Is Sophronin Hard lug who married n Mason Queer enough Primrose found item but site listened politely tily history breaking Into ltttlemr of laughter over tho olilfnshlo d names Miss Abigail looked at her M R pldotwly over hor glnsjo JlWsii please you so she asked Htutly Such funny tames Primrose sal I deprecatingly Funny What do you call ye r own What under the onnoiiy m p your tan oall you by such n Ml r name I was born on Primrose flay the offender urged Thats why tbiy called me Primrose Never heard of anybody oaftdI Fourth of July or ChrhUutfla TMf were kits of good fatuity ittimoa choose from In her heart shr sbhrd bemuse Tad had not ranted 1nI r I like It sense Its yours Pi moo said timidly stroking R feW f the others calico dress I wes telling you about Klnntka Miss Abigail broke IIn but she h4ll WITH HASTE SHE GROPED FOR TUB HFAMIIT I heard the child and felt her cnrea There she said as she snaped- the last ease together I dont sVso vouII remember half Ive loll nil but I care more for those pteire than for anything Ive got for tPs nil thats loft of my folks Nosy Ive got something thatll pleaseyou more t Dragging a pasteboard box fom under the bod she disclosed n d U s set of pewter dishes And with the sight of her childhood treasure anew look conic in hor faceaThey wore mine when I wns n lit Uo rlM she said quietly You can playwith them tomorrow PrimroseH face shone but slit was dumb the favor was HO unexpected Instead she Impulsively kissed Miss Abigails arm I must got supper now said Miss Abigail but in the kitchen she laid her hand tenderly on tho spot and stepped softly thnt she might hear tho clink of the dishes an Primrose put them carefully away against the morrowAt tho Sackott boys Ixgan their celebrating but Primrose slept undisturbed At breakfast there wan lull so when Miss Abigail declared she must drive to Stockton Primrose was untroubled Her mint did not feel so easy Tine SackctU werr mill chievous neighbors on such n day and had already shown a disposition to tease the little stranger However her errand was urgent and Mirely Jake her righthand man was pro tection enough She sullied ns she looked back at Primrose on the porch playing party with her dolls and the treasured dishes Sho could almost have played herself Checking her vagrant thoughts with a feeling of shame sbc urged Lightning Htlll faster tithnstaring flick of the whip She trust be back before noon crackerPrimrosebehind her todaySeeI to1110Wroll with u string attached WnM this a oriiikv1 cr Sam swiftly lighted a matchi sputtrrtligdreadfulMingPrimrosecrowd back a cry i Sam saw mischief ahead when s sudr yp Pa a 4L denly he saw Jnko striding garden nnd Judged itthe throulhII jome for n season The south porch grew Primrose gathered up her treasures mil carried thorn into Miss Abigails twin When two naughty boys crept cautiously round tho house an hour liter there was no email figure on till steps They looked at each other vith disappointed oycs when u soft jnping from tho north room betrayed their victim In n twinkling they Uls alas artvl roiintl tho corner Smlilenly the hush was broken by a harsh explosion To Primroses liar rifled errs tlic llabollonl turmoil Monifd to have nil etui Cowering slows1 to tho hell Hhft hurled hor lend In the clothes What wouldcome next Nothing came The familiar sounds wro taken up again She could hear inkr mowing In tho lower meadow S irrov8 wrangled outside the win 41 IrShe burlo1hcr Mend anti waited endlI so wnlUng full asleep The kitchen olook striking Itt woke lIH r For n moment the wee oonfulled thin somothlMg unusual aroused her Thrre was nn acrid odor in the air in r rtebalU 8tun0 the room looked Itty Why It WBB smoke At she started up every sense alert th heard as ominous crackling Out tlnugh tlea kUahea and round the cor nr of the hones she flew Pushing through a tangs of Nine bushes she ivaebed the place ef the explosion How it tmppeued nebody oauU cer explain ip rhnfw a BtiioMerlBg cracker atone it Ii rr ponslblo hot oreeplag flames nrrr now curllnp nlong the edges of ctspboanTM and eatti through te MIii Abigails chamber Iriniroee turned ani ran wildly to Imrnyard whttnee aheeonJdsecthe err meadow Jake she sertaitte l Tin mowing machine pnused and the an looked up MFlret ViceI site iancrd up and down ivaetog liar arms t antirally tkes feeling that she must i somtthlag mere raa to the yell Iut tug aa site mhyhU her small arms uld not stir the 1ndsnss A sudden thought stepped her Miss Mtiiralls IreaaHrw were In dangerl u rrstbs of smoke were oomiRg rough the kttoheii door 0amla tr she hcoltaic then drawing a llar breath darted across the kltehea nil tube the bedroom t use of taw was Winking beth the uludow she must be qulek heavy mahogany drawer steel ii jkMed With hot haste she oiiped for the faanfly bundling m In her skirt Coughing and half nd she felt her way to the kid tirpinr the beloved dlahee and her ir dolls OB top ef kr burden something dashed Into the yard hat something was the aatoalahed shining urged by aa enerfretk whip t bite wed wlld eyed MlM Abigail pro pirated herself from the wagon Juke she wrenwed M the man ran past with 1ketlahertjjasIlilla + attse I 1ilkerni Auntie Ive got em piped a shrill voice from the hitches door and Primrose with something bundled la her gingham apron raa eoughlag laughing and crying to meet leer dropping family dolls and dishes nt her feet Hat strangely enough Miss Abigail tramped on the pictures as site itched Primrose In her arms MOh my little il one My doer was all she could any as she held her closet Primrot vfMturedi to stroke her wet ohcekt I membered you mid you rarer more for Ute pictures than for anything she whwpered hut I care for one thing more and Miss Abigail kissed the surprised face An there warnt a mite of danger Jake declared afterward Miss Abby I cant ace enough of that child1 It must hey been worlds In her al- laloagMarion Dickinson Iin Farm anti Home FUJI OX Till FOtUTII rrTit little boy said he was bound to have fun At the expense of tits old Thomas cat Twos the Fourth of July when be tell ort the fence And didnt know where he was at Sure heath Mrs Cobwlgger Im afraid something line happened Freddie I havent seen anything of Rita since morning CobwlggerNoUBensel lies only Having u good time with his firecrackers Mrs Cobwlgger No he Isnt I would not let him have such things I bought him one of those harmless toy pistolsCobwlggerTlun woman and get me my lint I guess hes down nt the morgue before thlsN Y World PonrtU of Jnlr panTommy I Sammy swo your breath to bloxl Dicks harmonium Bobby take your tin fife Suet youre marching weiii Jimmy keep In step there I Alec ring that bell Flro tho cannon crackers have a cheer now bOHII thisWhat day meant for nut tp make a noise Frances Amory in at Nichols Itt Jl II J l NOTES FROMWASHINGTON Latest Intelligence of Transpiring Events at the National Capital THE TREND OF PUBLIC USENTIHENT Lark of Interest In the llvpiilillenn Nntlunnl Uiinveiitliiii llnnvnii Sara Tliluit IliilforiiiThn Mo ICln Ivy Policy TiMvnriln treat lint OiTruM l r iierllV Special Correspondence 1 Nothing tamer could bo Imagined thaw the republican national convon thou at Philadelphia The delegates positively yawned with weariness and the public refuted to attend the atlnlr If the llethargy of the convention ii an Indication at the kind of campaign tho rcpiibUmtiH are going to put up It look lib n confocsJon of detent beforehand Kren the Imperturbable Stark Hnunu kociiis to nmllae that the drift of public sentiment U against hU party Ilnmia with lat usual lick of tact let the country we during the national convention how completely he isI the party loan He hobnobbed with mil lloaalreci and trust direct or sad he let be clearly uitderotood that Melin Icy was only the puppet wkleh he and his moseyed friends put up to move as they ullled KVCH the few IInstance wiser HaHHa tried to give out tbeustprsMtloN that he was sot entirely In eoatrol were MO clumsily managed as to be ab swat The rater of the country regardleM of party art not pleased at the oMm attempt to control affairs la the later rot ftf the moseyed few The whole at mossier of the Philadelphia eoaven tlon InteuatOes the Interest thedem oeratlc national ooareatto at Kawan City That will b a Iftrlowa gatherlag bed ruse matter of grave Importance art to be dlsnisard and cried upon bat It will be a real convention IIn close towel with the people sad trying to carry out their wishes for a return to honest and constitutional goverumeat There- will be enthusiasm sad earnest par pow at the Kansas City convention sad It will be spootaneooi Xot all this bras bead nor expensive1 display at Philadelphia could iralvaale the re publican performance Into any sew blance of life- Everybody knew that the affair was eat sad dried In Washington and ex eept for the look of It the delegate might as well have staid home and Ilet Ittnd hie friends announce tIM candidates sad platform The repsjMtcan convention woe sot able for tint as1a11rofgtsraweatodl 9if1 tAsis- to kAte i 111 M shad rn over to PhBasVipha At Ran aae City there win be souteUilaa differ ent from a gathering of ant oma tie deli gates and anxious oWe holder It will be a contention wiser the deli gets actually represent the leullmewt of their home people Kew with the honest difference of oplnlan1 which might be expected from delegates from widelyseparated sections the IIn lea t tons are that the Kansas City POD vention will be harmonious uot with the graveyard harmony se apparent IIn he republican gathering but the tar nosy whkh comes when men drop all rattler differences In order to deal with grave problem which affect the very life fed continuance of a free ratter Trurkllnir In tree ttrltnln The Chinese romplleatlon IU causing not a little anxiety laI Washington There hi every Indication that the do mestle convulsion Ila China will dray At the European nations and It IIs dlffl eult to foresee I he end The administration it not talking so lafly now about Its open door with Cities In fact It hOI recently allowed the publication of Ifconsular report from one of the chief ports In China pointing owl that the Chinese have no use whatever for Amerieanmaaufae lured yoods They prefer their dnniay head methods to our complicated ma chinery and their wants are so simple and their standard of living go low that they have no desire for our manu lectured product anti even If they had they have BO money with which to buy themThe administration lau known ell along that the cry of expansion of oriental trade two a delusion but It erred to district attention from the tostly blundering In tho Philippines Vow however Immense pressure IBI WUg brought to bear on the ndmlnls trsUon tram Itritlsh sources to per sntae McKluley to send troops Into Cblnfe It lha being put up to him that It Is a mirt of iii understanding with Oren lrltnin that he shall nIp her out In er troubles Thr tIwt IIs that Groat Britain cannot spare tr ups from the Transvaal to go Into Cbinjp The Doers are ntlll keep ing Lon tolltrb very busy So she hopes to t uke McTCInley her catipaw with whlfhtto rake her sharp of the Chinese cLPS yiut out of the lire If an election were not pending the ndmlnlBtrntinawouHl hasten to do Use bidding of tlir rlton but It lies finally been borne USnon the McKlnlcy ad ministration Vt the people of this country arc diluted with its pro Brltlsb sentiment an unuxual caution iid being observes r the Chinese mat ter The people roinjuit an well under itand first DR last Bnwcver that this jountry has nothlnrao gain In China mil if it goes Into tl1 matter to any xtent It may find ltiu Involved in an International war Trust Proprkltr The republicans nreia fined to drop all other Issues and cllnsjip the pros perity nrgumcnt Hvcn 11 rp the facts ire not convincing tor t average eftV H 9 Voter decline to enlhuifr over trust proiperlty Wen little too altruistic to nsk the farmer nod the ware worker to rejoice at being permitted to pay the exorbitant prices exacted by trust In order that such Institutions may boast of the enormous roturnn on tholronp ital InvMtcd However so far as the republlfcaiDi are concerned it la to bo a campaign of Imagination This sort of thing Is difficult for the aremge campaign m- tor so a republican text book IU being prepared under the personal supervision of Mr 0 P Austin ohlef of the bureau of stntlstlci IIeha f rmontha had a highpriced corps of export eta tisticians nt work to twist and con tARt alleged stnUfttlos In order to prove that the country IB pro perotu The BtntlitlM will be carefully In holed ofllclal and In a certain ilareas tlo sense they ate It Is entirely true that they werv collected at the expense of thegovrrnntentgovernnwntolorks compiled thetft and tho matter U tent forth front the goornllllt printing of flee It only shows what a oen nlentlyl supple coHsctence this administration has that It eon tier every government reioHree mad spend the t oples mosey for partisan purposes to M mlarcpre sent the fete that voters may be be galled late giving It a neeond term Mr AMStlnt lit tht lea will be wltl1- Jrqot1 by repHbllean orators and handed out to the people as Ooapfll truth so It war he as welt for them to know IH advance the vitae of Mr Aui tins labors StnUntJe ealfbegflrUkd to prove any theory that ever wan Im agined sit the repobllewH nesdttO Iis- o great that meek Jtiftllnc ot Ggaree- Ii needed The voter however knows what the nets art In his sect hen snit 1In bis own IndlvUnnl ease The rtpvbiM an BUtUttoa are apt to he a 1ssoCarrsgg ADOLPII PATIRitSDf THERE IS NO ESCAPE llejtulillrnn CtMrrnnr Dolnir AH In Their innrr to Oundone tamer It to no mere eonjeetnre that ix flov Taylor IndMed as ncsjeaaory to the murder of the aolnM ehoaett delegate to the Philadelphia aesia ties has nn nsjderstandlng with Oov Hiosw of Pwusayltaaia It U no meat IsferejMM from the fact that Oar- Meant hew flwti him protorUon w In dlaaa Taylor friends who aro Is a pail1 Clan to know and whs woe no rosiest why they aboeld make say worst ot their knowledge declare that nssnr sees have beta given that no requUi Ilea for him will he humored while ho is In Pennsylvania This admiasion warrants the as sumption that au awiiirnners have been received tram the republican gov ernor of Oho Mass It obdoslywonkt be unsafe for Taylor te attempt to pasw throtsgh Otis II tbew WM rensva ts think Ooe Na k would hner a ftiJ1 Ths r rsuoU-stw kHOIW CsG feted IR lyMea15 hi4ar the onlyI tatsswMre there are repub lieu governors In which he IaMW 00tt casloo toseek shelter there la no room to doubt that all repnMkan governors would he Molly hoepttablo And when Taylor U received na an hoaored member of the repnblloan na tional convention the aMltnde of the repnbllean ply toward the paUltanl asas ulna tlon tar as It hi reprseeniad In KentHeky eaanat be Involved In- assets doubt Why JMmld the republican gwnrn ora of arioo state refuse to notmr a requlsltloa from the governor of Kentucky for list particular fugitive la It because they believe the aeeuicd wilt be denied jostles In KeHtKeky They hve no right to silent any Bweh thing It la net a pellUCId tarty which demands the SHrn mivr af Pap lor It Ila the state of Kentucky Tay lor has bon ndlated by a grand try lie to wanted to stand trial before a court and jury It la Idle tsj pretend that he aawnot got a fair triM before an Impattlol Jury IH a state where be was anon rieeted gsvernor and where he emtms to haw been efeetedr second time Rational people will refuse to believe any soils thing Ihit If there Is no reason to doubt that the accused wouM be fairly tried there laI no jKxnible oxeuse for not surrcnderlHir him itnlns It IIs the cx cue that political 04islnatlnn In Justlflnble and lamable 1111 IIs in this interest of n part lenlnrOerty Alien republican arsrrrttrs refuse to glvo up Taylor wrs the wjirexntn tlviw of the republcin purt In na tional convention receive Mr with open arms they Itiritrtr fwiial us sasalnntlon In n prnctlral way that peaks louder than say platform de liverance They make poll I Ira t nN1 anintton an lasue They do K rtill r atcly and they lourc for UImt s no door of escape Chicago Chronicle hnplrlnIlfm may bo willing to go to any extreme to satisfy Its lust for territorial ag grandizement Republican organs are now at some pains to explain that the functions of the United Stntcs In the Chinese complications arc aim ply those of n peacoaottker nnd that Its efforts will he limped to keeping the rival European power from Hy ing at each others throats Iorlinps pccc can bo Undo only by partition Ing the empire among tilt land grab tiers ants in that event it is not unlikely the Administration might clnlm compensation in territory for noting the part of tho honest broker Hal tlmore Sun t C01 Roosevelt Is too doubtful of McKlnleys lucooao to oars to accept a second place on the republican tlajtet If reelecteS governor at New York Teddy thinks he will have the call or the next presidential nomination timid he wont have to thank IInnu at that Boston Traveler I VV o t r s OUR TROOPS IN CUBA OneHalf Will Be Withdrawn and Sent to the Philippine Islands They Will Tube dm Ilnnc Of the Volunteer Army Wliluli Mimt lie Ilriitiirlit llouia liy VciAt Juno Wuhln ton June 28 As MOn ui Secretary Hoot ret urn to thia city imrljr nut week final arrangements will bo roads for the withdrawal of R tarry troop M can be glad froth further srif I rlIba According to reports recently received from JO- YUn Wood the election Maawl off fiultttly ami without disorder at any M lnt sad affair ffvnvrally hato become tranquil with no Imitation of future trouble In conamiuenoe of tha enrol raging atnte of afTatm the official of the war depart inrnt am ronsluVring the question of M larpr s edurtlon of the military levee In Cuba It haw been estimated that about Kiirhnlf of the troop can saw Ily bf hrourht hunt wltbln the zeal few in mtii Nothing will M settled aa to which reginteMt ahall omne ant11- aftfsr HrrrHary Boot rot HUM to tho city Thrrr Ila an Imprcstitan how ever that the nth Infantry aUttlonwl nritteinall to the dapnrtmtMt of SUM tloffo will be the lint Cuban regiment to return to the United States oral1 that the Ith Infantry atatlwiMllln the MW department will follow lOon after The return of tlltu troops to the United States vill liable the war department to cart out its phin of MNriHas regular troops trove tblr aovRtry ta tho PhlNpninea to aka the placet of the volunteer army which mut ho brought homo anti ilia charged by June 90 1101 UHHM do vtluptuenta In China HecraaiUitpa n chaHftf of programme tktt homeward movement of the volunteer troops frost flea lttllpiliiaa will hcgtn In till dotty fall1 awl about t101t1 or 10000 r gunr troopa will ho soot out irrod ually from ibis country to take their Iaarffs PREPARING FOR SEA IrUnrrlnlC Hlilp Arrllitir Il IUK MMtlr Itrmlr for n Voymir rl- run Irmielmo IhlhuielpaJii June MlTmler or dun Prow tlw navy ilonartwtnt a large lent of men Monday began work pi ireMrint for active errrke the we UnarrylBg ship AruUtufte which has Iwm In trrdrvn at League Island nines tJte elote of flee SpanUhAmtrl war The Aretliuiw fe to bo 1tUt tc CMMMH water r affil the oflleialM nt the I itgue Inland navy yard export to have hrI wlthtn ten day JiiTaBE SllaW nurt of Uw ai tj wfl1 41I tit Mfh bttll9rrtratwl Aha In orpMUrf to mrry about MW tenr to tIM Amerimn warship at Chin LInt dill formerly In charj et the uydrograplita oftVe in this city who boa been on rick Uve has burn ordered to proceed Inuaedhitely to thi Aai Uc tutlow them to report U Itr delta IteiHey Norfolk Va June tlr1 largo fore of mwihaniea wan put to wark at tlle Norfolk yard Mommy warning on the four naval eolltar thare Itoah or don for the eoiumlautontHg of they haw beon teoelvefll front Washington The veaaela have a enmbtsml IIKO capacity of over ten thousand tonr of teal They are expected to di fleet tender duty In Chhtea watt ra The1 eolllera lease roan no terries afaro tltr Bpaalah war WAR SHIPS MAY BE SENT TIlt Miivrmrnt tlr Vravrla Kolloirln K Clearly n Third nlr tii the Sul iiin N Sltrtiirioniit Wtwhinirtoa Saar tAt lire Mr te ilARSUlrnvnt Moniljiy It was MM that notfclna would hr aheM owl rand Ing the hint dratrafll trade ap n Tur key nj liftrjw dAffnlrMt riMam Tlio irnrnti loft of IM demandl fnl lowingI Hiily nH It tterst MK n tb- tnnbilireton r i ofl the North Atlnnlli uiMiilrM oath i hurry cull M ritrlnI nl a i ir i Hiant rgtrrfallywhen tale en In i luctlon with the wtIxR of the Wtuiiy from Soiithnrnpton lint for ilbrultaijTue Thrrc Uenmnila 1 have utii rand a1M- 1wlthut tkr dipptay of force thli I gowrnincnt will bto oMIjml to we Uttou lerlpe that thme + rrre m UlnfT8om liampton JWBI 2GTho Valinrr HUU vtcniner Albany will raft fo Uliroltir Tarwlay It UI r nort li that In mirrloa In the MeclltrrniiMMin IKI to roilict the Indemnity of 100000 which tin sultan of Turkey bar lid rxlttrKl j tor to eke lultPtt Stater woo ei a of Mir dontrwtlon of property litlontrinc to Americana during thei AriA ninn trouble will Not UP IK- UChnttan gtl ream Juno HA latter bar i hm ruoel1ocll by tlio Chet tnnonini N r tPa from of Pfiiklon Kvaiw in which he drnl the story puMiabeil several days ngo to the clfuet that ho would realI 1f1 nai unaoii oowmlMlonoT and run for cxsltyrusx Ucnth nonItilltur Clitmpo June 2S Sfnrtln J lltw i ell ono of the prourlrtora and editor of tho Chlc ir CJironlch anti for many yC1nna lilcntlWodl with the man ngrtnont of hiea o nowwpopors dlwl nt MaoMmut bland from n compllon flan of dfaemwi liitrrnni llovriitif Onllcciloli Yn Jitiiffton Jluni 38 The month ly ntntcmtnita of the oolleotlons of In teriinll revenue rhnta Mm fetal recelpt during Mny HOO t y S8iu47r nn JitotfiiHe ns com HU 1 with Ivy18t10- of iB aJX109 IN SOME OF OUR DIG CITIES Of the 183068 buildings In Philadel phia SMM3 nro dtvalllngi Los Anijclo Cal has added several bicycle pntrolmcn to Ita polio foroe- Ntw OrlcanK fine nn loo war nnd lee la cold nt olght routs a hundred pouudn at the safety Philadelphia policemen sorry sonar with curved hnmlles They are soma tithes used in reaching for escaping lawbreakers Morton has an ordinance rostrieting the height of bulldtugii whlah has ro contly bl1on put to the test and BUS talnad by the courts In New Haven Conn it has just been decided bn court that n man who vales another for a chow of tobac co onnnot bo held on a charge of bog ging The dty counoll of Savannah her adopted an ordinance requiring ev erybody to bo vnoalnatcd who has not been vaccinated within seven years The rawBrelpa democracy of Head lug Ia has made n regulation to tho effect that any candidate who is found guilty of treating to secure hin oleo lion ahall be removed Key West depends upon the rainfall for all her drinking water There iin no other toureo of supply for froth water Two utile attempts to find artoslan won water have been mode A vagrant lad was arrested in Phil adelphia the other day for some mla demeanor and in response to tho i iestlonr of the police justice desisted that he was 14 years of ago and on orphan How long have your parents been dealt asked the sympathetic justice Over SO yenn was the prompt reply of till little liar RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL There Is ono church for every 387 persons in the United States 0 Twentyfour million people attend hurah every Sunday in the United Stator The contributions of the ReformedI church in America for foreign mis stun the past year was 1M84359 Among the late additions to the focI ally of Yale is John W Foster for marl secretary of state who has Leon elioseii Storrs lecturer for next year The Stearns musical collection in she University of Michigan general li Unary consists of 345 bound volumes had about 1400 musical scores In 1852 the Chicago schools got 80 per cent of the total tax levy Tho corporate Interests of the city got 70 per soot In IBM the schools got CO per cent and the city 40 The cost of teaching one pupil one year fins jumped from SlUt In 1SS2 to 8379 In lN Tho number of pupils to each tooehor has decreased 18 percent Tho Ineroasa in salaries among teachers and city employes has been in prfteUaUly tho tame ratio WHAT GOD GIVES A BOY I A rail of lips to speak true kind brave yards A pair of hands to use for hlreiei and others but never against others for himself A body to keep clean and halUty as a dwelling for his mind anti a temp- pia for Ills s nL- A pair of eyes to tee the beautiful the good anti tho true Oods finger print Im flower and field nod snow flake A 111 of feet to do errands of toe 1nnd kindness and charity and bus neta but not to loiter In places of mischief or temptation or sin A pair of cars to hear music of bird anti tree had human voice but not ta giro heed to what the serpent says or Fo what dishonors God or hlsmother Household 3IAHKUT UIIIOIIT Cincinnati thus 3II CATTIinVComiiion S3 85 Qft 4 40 Select Imtehorn 4 to Mq 1 00 CAIVKSlfcctrHHI fonts1IOQS Seleet paokoro 5 10 d 5 45 Mixed packers S M 4 6 40 ailKIilTMole 110 I 4 f5 LA11111 + lotto 015 tv 0 0- 1lUUIl Sprlna put 4 tS fi 4 00 WIIKAT No a ml 4 SO OllNXo I mixed fe 41- UATSXO y S mixed f4 v t7- ItYJfr Na S 9i al- 1L1YCltoca timothy fill 7fl MUSS PORK tett i7Ya LUtIl 70IJIUTTKRCh dnlry 1 41tars APPLES Ch to faney 5 00 J 5 M wUrI S- FIXUU CHICAGO 1Ytn imtent 4 ao dN 4 40 iIILTXo t red Ml fe 87V4 a I ttprlnf st SI COHV jo fi 41 UA1Byyia uK Hi UYK No 8 fc 01 V POltK alter 11 M ftljl 3S 1 IWShm 073 i 0 I7 4- KBV YOUI- CItOUll Win patent 4 30 1ft 4 7- 3lIKATNo Ie rod II 04 A6yea104 t vt- JlYlJ 00 POIllv Men 13 00 1 in 0- 14UUStCtun 715 DAITIMOUE WIIIMT Xo 2 red 82 SOt I Soutliitrn SO 80 CODSo 2 mixed 4SVCCO 45 h OATS No e mixed ttSUffi 80 CATlLIJ First quill 5 10 5 35 IIOOS WcMtern 5 70 8 80- TNDIANAPOLIS usaOItS A LOUJSVILL PIOlH Win patent 4 00 1YIIIIt1CNf S reel BO COKX Mixed 47 GOIiiIiioJSMlxud 27 POHIC LAHDStcnra Mess 00 00 THE REPORT OF A MAN OF EXPERIENCE What lie Foan I In WeBtern Cranda- to Induce Him lo Settle Sault Sto Marie JUch Fob 20 19W To whom it may concern capcolnlly to those who arc desirous of obtaining health and wealth for themsclvcj anti families I wish to atotc a fc v facts In regard to the Canadian Northe cat where I went leaving Sault Stc static on May Snd 1800 for the purpose of seeking a better home for my family n the future I got n special rote tick et for Pt MeLeod Alberta Through Manitoba and port of Asslnlbola the farmers wore busy employed plough Ing and seeding I found the farmers very kind nnd friendly willing to talk and artist in glv ing me the particulars of tho country At McLeod I spent a few days look ing over some ranchers stock which I was surprised to see looking so won they were In better condition thou any took I ever saw in Michigan even those that had been tabled and most of those had never teen the inside of n shed or received any feed from the bandy of man Uut as I wnslooklngfoi mixed farm land I found MoLeod nt place for me it is only lit for ranching purposes llctrnclngmy way buck to Winnipeg I stopped oft at Lcthbrldge whore J I found some of the greatest horse ranches I ever had the pleasure of Ibok Ing at It Is a fine level country and lots of water and good gracing Ait Medicine list which Iis located in aval ley there wore Iota of sheep cattle am horses In tile surrounding country nm all looking well On July 14th I went on to Itegina there I began to see mixed fanning lands in ubununnee nod the crops look Ing remarkably well oDd as long as daylight lasted I saw the same all along the line and on the 15th of July I or rived In Winnipeg just in time for the Exhibition there 1 met with one of the most beautiful pictures of the worlds recordH for as soon us I entered the grounds my eyes met vltl all kinds of machinery all in motion and the cattle grain and product of the country won far beyond my ex peotatlun in fact it was 1beyond nay industrial exhibition or ngrlcultura fair I ever visited and I have seen n good many From Ileglna to Prince Albert a dll lance of UO miles it Is nil good foi mixed farming and well settled with some thriving little towns In Dome places the grain just coming into head would take n man to the waist and th wild fruit along the line was good rlcil and In great quantities from Saska toon on the south branch of tire Saskatchewan river to Irlnce Albcr t I toIwithout any doubt that ever laid foci to the sun Dna YerytWngMo Xmifouty there that is necessary to make llf comfortable all that is required is lu bor There is lots of wood good wa err and abundant hay land end the llmate Is excellent Prince Albert is n flourishing little place situated on the north Snskat ekewan river having a population oft about 1900 with good streets and vide walks and churches of nearly ever dcrotnination three schoolhouses amd another one to be built at onuc also i a ltre +very and Creamery Here I stayti tar about lour months working at my trade of bricklaying and met with farmers and ranchers with whom J made It my special business to talk 1lin regard to the prospects I also viriled several farmers for some distance out iu the country while crops were In full bloom and 1 may say that I never saw better crops In all my travels than I MW along the vane towards Stone Oeek and Carrot Illver In the market jarden there is grown currants both red and black and as fine a sample of roots and vegetables as ever went on a market The soil in and around this llitrict cannot be beaten for an thing you may wish to grow nnd besides the reason is long giving time for iverythlng to mature The cattle were ooklng as good as I saw anywhere jood pasture and hay land and plenty of water wherever you go The conn try is dotted all around like islands with timber fit for tool and building purposes and within a days walk of lumberingwoods whore lumbering am tiemaking Is carried on In winter Both largo andtBmalI game is plentiful There are two good sawmills in this ilatrlot with n good supply of all grades of lumber all the year round end also two good brickyards with or excellent quality of brick There is nc tonrcity of building material nod at n reasonable price Clothing and living are nu higher than I find in Michigan and furthermore I wish to say that there Iia a great demand for labarln men all the year round and good wagei roaring from 176 to 800 per day cud from 9500 to 2500 per month with board Iwieh to say that I nm perfectly sot lied with the country and I intend to r turn to Prince Albert early in the springof 1100 Any reasonable man oars go there nnd in from five to ten years nabs n good and comfortablel homo for himself and family und It say person Into whose hand this letter should full desires more Information please write to me and I will freely give them my best opinion I am writ- Ing tills for the benefit of those who may wont to make a better iomc for themselves and families or friends Trusting that this statement may be metul to you In the publication of your r nnniphlet and be the means of S tqg areInYour humble servant Sippedl WILLIAM PAYN E 11mtip c Rlnaa lIchlllln Information as PED1FImmigrationQitatr lUinlnii Ohio K T IIOLMKS The llfltn Indianapolis Ind Btrnpa7itpre t rhort Urn ago totbidden to bathe toIockrerrtrlt uaht sicht ofa Iwimmer who perntrntly ignored his summon to aur renur to arreat At Itit the bather emerged rem the river the furious sentinel ad vti f l upon the dripping figure and claimed A IJrlOn rttConlound youl Wal the re oUleerfLondonUlanlllleirotiiileThe National Convention d100015ltt11100TirkIbe tad to take to attend hero Convcn I Itythepoputari Vmtiboled trains free chair can sntidarI tpl dieing ear satvice and its unsurpauedI Itepipg err aecommodationi nTdrHITripForI atrtet Chicago I IInu e Aealn day11at say I floodSadlludi udlI I rhililelphia Record ITo Cure n Cold In One Uny Take LaxaUro Dromo Quinine Tablet+ Ul dntffists rotund money it falls to euro 25c i iltat an artistic pipe you have said iN hicks to Barber ArtUtiof returned nlllkeitij Ism sure Pieoi Cure for Consumption J td m lire three In rhTb- Ee11 ItohhiDi Maple eetnuttitleb N 17 1000 A favorite good with in Ireland used tc tbatlecrltcbuJ I PTTXIM FADELESS DYES produce the fast cst and brightest colors of any knows dye itul Sold by all druggists MJf it wasnt for the old bachelor there would be no flirt JltttJf it wont for the llirts there would be no old bache lors Sydney Town and Country Journal Write Dr C J MofTett St Louis Mo fr fits valuable little Teethinn 11arll Ids tDloOk frees The man who hesitates T ila lost but the I wonua who hesitate if won Sydney Town and Country Journal 6 itrlla Catarrh Care I Is a Constitutional Cure Prig 75c t thr aj isnt any of yeahChicagoDally Democrat a1lthgIentu kY Len 1 hgtgIismeCa7m t lIkcJtc f Ebmo menlionsi society and bUrG at me Cboago Daily New Itaole Sam wee the Lest of everything tde Sam use Carters tale lie knows I Usually all we ean be certain of is uneer- iIItycbleag Democrat 25ca SOc too cuy we 6c art 07 C NTS gOWN tendtontrrtth Tnnfaetats- u 1adIInarrrahLkrclIrwantedalreoffnmaandaeelllael ld aulbi IIyr- btlndeIQ00Modelfatl00Woild Winner BIOYCLE 101 Iibt IL tour and If 1U1 And lift Brnuloa IMW tlih rode World Winner ti irnixtnt larmla you eI or otand vuiiiro ronflncrd II I worth liato to br1 d8I1M 111 othu bou UP 0trclfh 8Irr the taUiwe iiacuv The World rt OuRll bra OUARANTIErsme I III urrtBINDIHOfrom brit Ilne a bnlrer anrn full tall bearlo a maNUftbhrb1llllthlllnlbec1Delblodedi I tatlDK potunnllo tlrnfino leather Ir comileUi lIb MlnneagollaMlnnre l T There is no end ofIOld Virginia Cheroots to waste as there is no finished end to cut offand throw away When you buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for five cents you have more to smoke and of better quality than you have wen you pay fifteen cents for three Five Cent cigars Three fiuadrcd million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents Two Trains aDay koTexaSc The Cotton Belt Route via Memphis offers you two daily trains to Texas One leaves at 920 a m the other at 830 p m 1 The trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection I i IePWIRDP1IMttJJ TnL YtlDlllillRtthllkTnt 411f1101TPlILsMuttlsTat rtnmTrAtuti siuotit KmnTrJUCina Ii E W LaBEAUME 0 P sad T A St L wlt Met FREEl logueii 1 FREE tllfiliNMiRiHNit6stl tOTn1without tINN fN WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS 1 FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS the winning combination In the field or at the trap Alldealenaelltbem- WINCHESTERREPEATIMGARfti9S i ito WINCHUTSX ATK NEW Harry COMH C NN Ntll ifN y Winchester Factory loaded shotgun shells RiVAL- LEADERand tt REPEATER EproveEttNltlNilNt1Ni DR l frrltltltR AHs D1gestlN TE E TFFETf1fAAUi1SI ficgulntu Tuthlng the the Bowels Child Easy T thing eJleves the Bowel ofCostsJ t iI Orma1l23ccDu to CJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS A DEAD LIVER I i I He thinks he lives but hes a dead one No person lfs really alive whose liver is dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops Miny dont get as much everybodyknows winter Asa rule it is not sound weight but means a lot of flabby fat r and useless rotting matter staying in the body when it ought to have been driven out But the liver was overburdened deadenedstoppedwork There you arc with a dead liver and spring is the time for resurrection Wake up the dead I Get all the filth out of your system and get ready for the summers trials with cleah clear blood body brain free from bile Force is dangerous and destructive unless used in a gentle persuasive way and right plan is to give new strength to the muscular walls of the bowels and stir up the liver to new life and work with CASCARETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic sGet a box today and see how quickly you will be tBROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BY 6- JOe 1IiDRUGGISTSTo any wady mortal sulEetlag item roved troubles antS poor to tIlWUt J wttlscud a feu Adrrss Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertisement and paper r llrttthadootand l a frrlbtomotel JSOOOuw ttnti Italpmarethanaa Winnerar banter tx4made unp ft toobandteWtr I I it NEW Strengthens MO the We11 nn tftM1I1Iff17 IIayefttIJ themuElmac r nJIlrtb t i nchniartiln III vanvtrl eror o9rrvdatanjtbliillkPttri OUR OFFER Mention No nit you bare oar uaa lor o KVInir mamlM 1uir rnrt anu mgr of w1ey bat writ ranroameplnlaladlo Cuil name pr uo tunux aru oivtrali Mu i utxiu f altfI I r in our erpert tomlnoll compare eregonepronoanvNt In e erjr way the equal of eurbraacluaeatha most or 2erul unrounYrheardoLp + fbt apntoaratrrlal lntrodlrtoq tnt aIR271 if 118 notperfectl wtUfaM rrto errp wruuellltw under no111 allonttetatel- tIr2 tnlthtandeellrenontbar rapatdh7 valnanrnv eutntiketr alountlntlor- be io n maebtue In our unrOrmnd tYrrhroerr lirop Head Mbluct Hue IllliliOal U II U vOKittciiiFUatPcKlnzHafhlnaTaluea CunrantCCd CO Ycurs T M ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUS1 Minneapolis buns l r- E hBuilding rf tt- j J j Material I V j ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM c BERI tt- Ii IIDoors and Windows Shingles c Lime and Cement 11 t Builders Hardware l x Paints Oils etc ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY ti Jt CHEERFULLYFDKNISIIEI I t FEED STUFFS I I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc d etoItIt L P W S IIiS I rf1 1A1I1CIC1IAH BOY 1ST EW BON i Iii Many fflsIriiilNlieN etc I To the Editor or the Iliokmau Courier j Sear JOSE P 1 April 301900 Dear SlrAllow me through your columns toclvejrou a solII diers description of our I from Jefferson Barracks Mo toII Manila Philippine Islands j were encamped at Jefferson Bar j ij I racks for about three weeks Onjj 4 Oct 21st 1899 we boarded a olio Bpuri Pacific train for San Fran lollweI I States of Kansas and Nebraska and a more jovial company neverII went into the abominable business I of war I We next arrived at Denver Col where we stopped for one hour and a haif Pueblo and various other cities next attracted our at tention The mountain sides were in all the bright colors of autumn I Never In all my life have 1 seen I such varied tints of red white green and yellow and such rugid god cliffs and foaming A J r There is no need to attempt to de t scribe the wild whirl of the coup trs We soon arrived at Salt Lake City where we were delayed seIeral hours on account of a broken wheel We here bad our first view of the Great Salt Lake and saw what Mormon enterprise has accomplished I It was n strange con trast to the surrounding waste toI see rich and productive fields with horses and cattle browsing knee t deep in green alfalfa We nedI in Truckee Gal where wo passed through forty mile of snow shade No need to speak of California It is tho finest State I have ever been in We crossed the bay at Oakland into San Francisco and marched to the Presidio a die tance of G miles whore we camped about three weeks On Nov 20th we broke camp and marched to tho wharf and boarded the transports St Paul and of Fife after which we pulled ouT in the i nightNovember Francisco for our long journey of seven thousand five hundred and eighty nine miles We passe through the Golden Gate On the hillsides largo cannon frowned upon na After passing through the gate we struck a heavy sea and the ship began to rock and th boys began to get sea sink I nov er saw such a lot of sick boys in nil my life the boys were wishin i pait lri very rough weather for 7 days then we bad beautiful weather t On November 30th Thanksgiving II Iwesteamed into Honolulu Ha j beautifuljits beautiful foliage o OlewithI of fruits grow here baI nanas oranges lemons straw berries cocoanuts tcit Is one of the most uptodate duos in the country today going far beyond the larger cities There i lees crime committed in 1 than any other city in the world There are quite a few Americans l I in Honolulu and natives Chinese I i population Wo left Honolulu on Dec Gthl at 1030 a m for our final tourney 1 1tothe Philippines A more beau trip we could not wish forj I Our journey was without incident 1 j wo arrived In Manila Bay Dec 20 I MaIon land once more after an ocea voyage of 30 daysrVo were 1 camped on tho famous Lnneta just outside the walled city We were very much amused by watching the natives drive the caribo or water I buffalo they are the slowest moving animals that I over saw We were camped on the Ln nota 4 days January 1st wo were ordered to the front Wo march flt1i y I cd to Baooor a distance of eleven miles arriving there next morning Tho next morning wo loft for Par anaquo without mooting the one WY and camped hero 5 days and then marched book to Bucoor thence to Imns where we bison ncked for the night and next morn ing left Imns for Dasmarinns a distance of 9 miles formed a skir mush lino marching through rice paddies nod wading rivers The march was something awful We were cooped at Dasmarlnns 3 days and then received orders to move to Silang and from there wo marched over mountains and dan geroua trails to Talisay where we had our first fight with the Insur gouts but wo soon put thorn to route killing several but no cas naltles on our side We then cap tured tho town and marched to Santa Thomas and thence to Li pa we hall to fight our way once more We captured Lipa and liberated COO Spanish prisoners held by the Insurgents We then marched to San Jose but captured the town without firing a shot and camped for the night Next morning wo marched to Bataugas and hull to fight to take the town but us usual wo were victorious Then the third battalion comprising companies I K L and M marched to Rosa rlo and captured that town Afl ter remaining there about three weeks we receivetlllrtlera to move to Sap Jose where we are station ofIIlisurgentsliand a half Wo killed four insuri gents but do not know how many were wounded as the carry off prettyIwhen tho rainy season sets in The boys who enlisted with me from Hickman are Root Weath erly John Fisher and Kobt Ker choral all III Company K Very respectfully I HUGO FETnEIGo K 38th US Vol Manila P JIj Would Not Suffer So Again For Fifty Times Its Price I awoke mat night with severe pains n my stomach laever felt so badly in alt my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they rec ommended Chamberlains Colic Choi em and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed mo nit right It is certainly the finest thing I over 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 pricoU H WILSON Livery man Bnrgettstown Washington coun ty Pa This Remedy is for sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hiokuion and A M Shaw State Line druggists EqUAl TO THE fSACRIFICE I Cyrus Barker remove your arm I For in nil apparently careless man ner ho had placed it upon the back of her chair Stung by the tones of her voice no less than by her words asserts the Chi cago Tribune the young man unshed deeply Is that tho greeting you give me- An ellno Ashcraftyou who professed to be so sorry when 1 went away to the warwho wept upon my neck and said you would never have u moments pence or happiness until I returned safe ly homo againwho gave mo a photo graph which I have carried next to my heart from that day to this I ho ex youesaid you would be true to me though thousands of miles of ocean might roll usgO yes I remember all that atdparting Cyrus my heartI I cannot give you up 1 I think I did make souse such ro markaLthink forgottencamp or on the battlefield when tho bullets of tho enemy were flying thick and fast around mop outlet the thought inII think 1 do recollect saying some thing of tho kind You think you do Ha I And when I was wounded wrote to me to get well as soon as lou and come back recollectsI thatuyou it I believe I did You have changed then ho said scrowllug darkly You ore not tho same girl I You have changed more than I have yonlYou still insist ho went on with exceeding bitterness that I remove my arm I do So be it then Calmly the young man arose un screwed Ins wooaeu arm placed it at her feet and turned to go eIyounarosatiitffedBut hadfainted yenrsdoubledand doubled the number of its factories and multiplied by throe its banking capital and tho continuance of this great prosperity Is now quite as pronounced as ever during tho decade r T u ANDREW JACKSON SIB CIAL I To Kansas City MoII The Nosh Clint St Louis list way will run a special train of Pull man Sleepers and Palace Day Coaoh known 03 the Andrew Jackson Special on account of the National Ueiuocnitu Convention to Kansas City Mo TIM Special will leave Noshvillo Monday evening S05 oclock via Martin and arrive m Kansas City ti 46 p m Tu 11111TicketsI regular trains the same on days inolul ed A Monster Devil Fish Destroying its victim Is u typo of Con uI111Ui111felt DUllbmluare a safe and certain euro Best in tin andBowelsBefore Deciding OH YourSummer Trip j Ir1vicoWaukesha WLs Niagara Falls N Y PutinBay Ohio Denver Pueblo unit Colorado Springs Co1 Muokinno I PaulMinnLoneMoNorthEastservice This company has in senlet a complete lino of now veatibuied coocb iIt and sleepers Their summer uahid ales are unsurpassed close connection is made at St Louis Union Station fur SpeQtalMobilotincoming trains at St Louie and 6Qi 10 911ocetingvation etc Summer tickets on obii from Jane 1st to September 80th limned to return panugo to October i 1900 for raUs tickets and full inform j ARtutC I Agt- Mobile I Alaj Printing Office for Sale dgnetlits mond Paschal will bo sold privately aIonce Tho plant coiwist of u Mt in uutilt ovur 400 UH of body type mi 1 1 wollequipped job ofllco load subatt tint pubsoription list with Weekly Gut ro also a fairly good list with tho Sum aI Morning Guard Plenty of tnatorkij t run both paper Any ono intonate abuying a plant of this kind will pltl aMldfnlttonF t office who will take pleasure in Hhowut you through the plant Easy terms inic to purchaser I I Public Notice The firm of Ledford Rogers liaxf I WllogerswiJfJack 0 I gothor with Mr Cue ThrolkeUi WJ bought the stock of J M WItUAAdid added thereto an immense stock 2f f btgroceries and that under the tlrm 10I t of Rogers Thrulkold they will ru u I ngStandk and Cue will welcome old uutoinYr rid friends und ns nanny now untt IlfrU bo kind enough to rail Wo klrp sin nd everything in our line i Farmers Free Column IUnder this heading will hereaftf beIpublished notices not to uxcced Ii jios each from tanners who tire jutarlb ors who have horses males rows products seed tc for sale free of nngo Land for Sale 02 acres 1 house 2 barns 1 Uxw oo barn 1 stock barn good young OP fordl good well lies S miles southes ofICnce For further information dress JOHN W CAMHJKLL Cayif ty For Male Two Holler Coulters Apply to B It WAUU farSaleForNttlts A good milk cow threw fourth Dentin with young cnlf Apply to W PUHTIU I CoiuinlKHloiierN Notice I KULTDN CIRCUIT COtItT II 0 Amborg Ilalntiir EuityGeo I Notice is hereby given to the Urxl tora J of Gee D Metis undeigned cult Court under an order in the above wlI I gnthu1stdayf J Court 1000 to receive and hour pMoff of claims ngnllltt said Decedent und thatall provenclaims not II 8 ccittcd clove will be forever barred WPTAYLORMaster JurtByJOIII1I11itIIICr Notfec FULTON CIltCUlT COURT D A Luton jagainstj I riiuifvMEGeensNotice is creditorsofunp FultonCircuittheabovei hlBolUcoIentuclcytime 1st day of the termofhearproofUwrlentiand UluandwithinthefnraveibarredW P TALOIl JtByi I u i 0 0 d A Womnn hellos All Europe The Kinpmw Dowager of China IH the one woman in till world who dolltw all Kuro o Slut iin about sixty yonw old slid ter the litHt forty yotiw has exerted Mil all powerful Inlluonco in directing the ntTaird of China Sling is the second wife of tho Emperor and bcctmee she has borne him a son and tho other did not she takes pntcedoncu A to educa tion slur luau received the bust China can give A native wit and elevurnuHs sup ply what site may lack in knowledge Must Assume Hcspoiuiltllily The United iHiwura scan to have un derestimated the lluhtlng cuimirity and etiuipmont of the Cliimwu army just im the llritith at first did these of the Doors More trooM will huve to be font to Chi na hit the rosult is certain tho ChinoBO Liov rninunt will have to make terns Vlmt Iis of to Lho United SUittM lai that those tonne shall linuru tilt integrity of the Ohlnwo umpire The United State Uovcnunont dart not do iire M jmrtltlon of Chinn does not du Hirt landed liNMrtotwionB In Chum but it OlljlQrtnnlti More Soldier Needed A lifMNdi rveruitiag talwi WM 1 taII lisbMl at HmvllRK Ur oii Uw nofwwk BMfwut Rmtnatl Sklniwr will tIN in charge Ilolh whlttf UHil colored meu will be rusted Rt Bowling CJrwn sod Uw Mtdtion will prolwtbty bo clodat UM finl of a week The colored mon will lie aligned to the wentyfourth lnitrtl StniM Infantry now at the runt si m the PltitipirfnM HIM such iw decided t u thm will hi sot to ColuwbiM O I nod from titer to this PhlllppinM yea Pranehoo Mon for the heavy TiaII nllery and infantry are needed und Ute rrcruilinc olllMn hUb ordon to make IIIl furta to toast wen for Uih CC 1 INtl A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER TheJ WRBKLY AMERICAN this Lead ing Southern Weekly till Oct ith ivoo nut a UU M inn tlLO0 Corn UuHsslug Content for only 10 Cuht Wutches Pram Send 10 souls to tho WMkfr AIRed ran Nashville T nn ROIl yen will lie Nut limo WeokiY time lallu wekly at the south tm Oct Iti1900 Youua all- Ot have u UUCBM in the M6Q rocs KHIHM outttit UUSSH iiaiubur of graliM OM UN iniBHize WU of willie Indian WITH I ugtli 84 iuchw chnC JarN4t mi Ss Incline in mhlillti lg 1 at iuckui mnau end t ineiw To the ral rtb ror sulHcrlbors nuwiug the oar Tt t or ntiorwtt correct nuuilMr of irraliM u the ear wr will give WO in cash If pours than one oorrvct ItU8tlll the auioant will diviilwl The oar of corn has btrati plated in Um Amerionu National Bunk unliaxked and under stab Conteat eta Nu Aug aI UnumtM roust be wit in saino letter wlOuu11C1lpttou lIu1Jorhlt41nJtroOwatch guaranteed for twelve mouths and the club raiser tau hoye thirty gnewM as well as sushi subscriber bamir allows a UUMM V e have MJIIIB great offers for club ralsan 8tmd for Wnnks and sample oupttM TIn AMKKirAN Nashville loon THE STEVE STAR Uvcry mill Feed Mlaltlt Clinton Street wmtof lUrk 1I11l11 Wag on Factory Kiipn Surreys DnggiM i ncromoIdation1 tid ANNOUNCEMENTSI i ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAIL- ROADCALIFORNIA J VIAL NEW ORLEANS From Clnelnnntl anti frem leulitllle every Monday sad Friday Pram Chicago PereoDOllyenluctedRun Francisco via New Orleans In connection with Ihe Soutbrn Iaolfio Connection made with dimly train out of New Orleans for duo Pacific Coati The II mitrd of the Illinois Central connects on thou days and TbureJajri at Now Orleans with the Sunset Limited out of the Southern Pacific giving special through service to San Franolico FULL 1AUTICULAKS concerning all of the above ono be had of aceol of Ibo Ulinol Central or by ad tlMMlng W A KelUnd A G1 1 A Lnulitille Ky MOI1IM liNn 01110 IIiIILIIOAU TIlE POPULAR LINE FOil Bt Louli Chicago Si Paul Omaha Kan polnllNorthleant Mobile Ulrmingham Nmh vllle Chattanooga Montgomery Tboma ville Atlanta Augusta Charleston Sa vannah Jaekfionvllle T llJlart Tam a Miami and all points In the Southeast Elegant Veotlbuled First CUaa Conobei with nmoklng room and complete toilet score and lavatories for ladles and gen lleraen Porter in attendance charged with the comfort of tho passengers Alta Vestibuled Palace Sleeping Can with Drawing Room and DulFet between St Louis add Mobile New Orleans Mont Komery Thomusville and Jaclcionvtllc NlaE 1J HLAIR Traveling Pansongor AIJnlI Jackson 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