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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt t4 i YR 1 7 TBEt IcLcdRLMc1r w P 7I7IOLDEST NEWSPAPER INtl+ STEI ENTUOKY ESTABLISHED 1859 HIOKM AN FULTON COUNTS KY JU G 1900 VOL XXXV N032 BRYAN I BRYAN BRYAN National Democratic Con Mention Everybody and Everything for Bryan The NationalI nainoaratla Convention In fiojwion nt Knusiw City is emphatic ally ununlmouHly ovunvholmihgly pverylxxly nod ovitrything for Bryan 1 and nobody tilno U now or has boon inco 1890 seriously thought of for the Domocratia nominee for President i Bryan w the nominee tho tlntform wilt iBruti paign made aiho prefer Thu contl deuce triiowu nil him is unprecedented and the euthualnHin of Ills followers marvelous At the hoar of going to paws thu fun new from the Couvcu nou ttuot kaowu WHAT MAKES CAMPAIGN ISSUES Not Platforms or Conventions In the Presidential wunpalgn of 19CO fur months before tho nxHembUng of tho National Con volitions tlio j ploDoni ix its lh puhltonn oyitryliody inun women and children wore talking frro nilvor gold standard und political traders could not sparse or xupprww it Had hunau money IMTOOIIIO thu great UomliwUm all oonlrulling iIuo of tho famjwlKn Ihu huh condition of thu country mude It the Jwuo Now in 1000 the Presidential campaign well on and r fur n year past the people nowwp upera rind iwlltlcinrw ore not talking treaal vet ur gold only incidentally and fur thin notion it Lt not going to be a control i Ing hue this year I the Knpl now And fal tar or 1 10 I rig Iu U Of iho SpaniHh war expannfon lrnw I Iriullwm nod tho dllToront pliaw of our relation to our now uequfoltioit or ii JKW i KttwIfHM All the platforms that jwllti teal Kirty convention can maku front i now until tho ulootlon day ami not pro wont thU from Iwlng a grunt olisorblng 1 ooutruling issue Tho ptwplu newspapers and public tnun have nil been talking abut the trust tnmtH und the diwii urimlnutloiw of Suite and National law hi their furor und thoruforo this will ho a groat liwuo- In 1 J thu Cluvuland 1rorflduntlal cum I Iwlima thu great tItwuo wuw Tarlir Ku farm baenucu tho thou condition of the I country forced the laauu Now tariff TO form will nut bo limo Inauu ttxeopt Inui dentally in dltwuHdig trusts ku unit no mom will five stiver or gold stand I urd bo thu IMue uxaupt Inulduntally in dlwuiMlng thu financial bill of tho last Conr t Gen Joe Lewis Ii nomination for Uovonior would not on ly placo party politics in Kentucky upon u I high plane but would como nearer ronnUitig DomooraU in tho State cam paign than any other name Tho Coll mElt says nothing derogatory to any other paudidatti and novur uxpeclH to consider Itself au active partisan organ I bound to any means personal ambitious Hut Ooni ral Lewis high character InIJ IHttco and in war his great ability as tvldoncid by his twelve years on tho Supremo Bonoh unit also lib not alto Bother forgotten service OH the com inandtT of thu Orphan DrlllIllolOlntljj to him as tho nun for tho Democrata to nominate And thuro nppoars to bo I enough Democrats in Fultou county for j Oen Lewis to give him tho instructions if they will turn out to their respective prwiuct mcutingri on Saturday tho IHth j f and vote for hiu- mDemocratic Precinct Primaries 1 On Saturday July 19thnth unlink p in there U to bo hold at each voting precinct in Fulton county nt tho usual voting places a preoinot convention for 1 tho purpose of api ointing dolrgntoH toJJ till county convention on Monday July ICtli at 2 p m which county convcn 1 tlon la to ap oint delegates to the State Democratic Convention to bo hold in i Lexington Ky on Thursday July 10th I WOO for tho purpose of nominating u 1 Democratic candidate for Governor AnI Democrat who will feel themselves in 1 honor bound to support tho nominee are untitled to participate und lire cordially invited to do HO Mr Glint Ellison who Is in business I amt Las Vega Now Mexico returned homo oyestorday morning to visitI his jnothor and other rolativun 1 2V r d v t Jl IJ t 1 4 CUT PICAK1 3- AT 0 C c l I t r 4f c4 4 EV L L IQhJQJtt Ji 4 t 41 w 4 r 3EIK it Not Tiiiio to Act I The report of the Kentucky rlcu- ltlol Experiment Station ot the State College under jrovl ions of time pure fooil statue pushed two years ego ought j tout eoplo to thinking and to doing Tho proof that it gives the infamous ndulUirutlon of article that are mid iw pure or by Humus to which they are not entitled in ample Twentynine wimples of button of 1 17 analyzed proved to bo not butter ut all but oleomurgarin sold nut us oleomargarine but us butter Thirty live out of 160 Kumple of milk woro adulterated Time conclusion of the Investigations amide Iis that fully 40 per cent of ull Rumples of loud taken havo boon found adulterated Some of tho adulterant used are injurious to health others have been put In to ahcnixm aril elM of food IThlte Mnu Turned Yellow treat consternation was felt by the friends of M A Ibgurty of Lexington Ky whoa they saw ho was turning yel low lib akin slowly changed color also his eyes and ho suffered terribly Ills malady was Yellow Jaundice Ho was treated by the best doctors but I without benefit Then ho was advised to try Electric Bitters limn wonderful Stomach und Liver remedy and ho says Aftor taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kid ney troubles Only CO cents Sold by nIl Druggists =rime report ache Hlckman that Mr Alco Burn os at a barbecue at or near 31 States Mo on tho 1th killed a Mr Will Clark No particulars given Time ingenuity of tho Filipinos makes Up for their want of signal service material A report from Urugued says that u vulley won mndo into an nm bush by time natives by means of out 11QIt8 shllcks loving kept In instant communication with headquarters by tho of bamboo ropes with bolls attached making a sort of jingling necklace around tho valley Whine In Town Call in at E E Reeves Gos and see his nice lint of Carriages and Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies are now out of sight Both young ladies and mar nod ladles are specially invited EVERYBODY READS About the War in China Everybody reads about tho war in China now because tho future is tilled with tremendous prgbabilitie und Iwet slbilities Nevertheless wo should read with much allowance for exaggeration that iind their way in time news columns of tho newspapers Fur instance it hUll bent continually printed that edict ha gone forth from Pekin for tho murder of ull foreigners and yet Chinese uuthori ties claim they are trjjng to protect thom Also that the situation has gone beyond limo control of tho Dowager Em I Ministobesieged seems to be a fact that tho German Minister was muracred on Juno 18th und exceplormnanyt were destroyed If these timings uro true proteetheirt Horrible I Horrible I Tim late news from China reports that every foreign resident of the city of Per kin men women anti children have been killed unit that orders have boom placarded In ninny other places to mas Hucro the foreigners This is horrible to believe without full confirmation bu such Is tho news General Election General elections for governor und other State officers must bo held in no less than twenty four states perhaps a larger number than ut any previous pros identiul election for Now York did not vote in 181KJ Tho states having general elections are California Connecticut Delaware Idaho Illinois Indiana Kun Rna Maasachussetts Michigan Missouri Montana Nebraska Now Hampshire Now Y one North Carolina North Da Washington wn and Pennsylvania also hold general elections but not for Governor und Kentucky will elect governor o teed is the Man If the AntiImperialist League as iis now reported intends to place a Presi dentist ticket in tho field upon which to focus tho Republican opposition to Mr MoKtnloys policy of Empire tin- logical candidate for tho head of tha ticket is Thos B Reel of Maine From the beginning Mr Reed has consistently taken issue with tho ad ministration on this great question Ho treatsy which without tho consent of the Filipinos convoying sovereignty over the Phillplnes to this Government for a con sideration of 20000000 ylho saraastlo man from Mane characterized this as paving two for ten mil lion Malays who could never bo made rigtt tagonism towards tho Presidents Phil I ippine policy was time compelling cause ot Mr Reeds retirement from public life I Illorohi tresonnlitles Almost eyerytuing in this world has its compensations and this is true oven of a presidential year occasionally The high character of both the Republican nominees for the two great offices to bo voted upon tills year is well known antl time white light of ono campaign has also demonstrated that tho personal char actor of the Democratic nominee for buyontt1 reproach Tho outlook therefore is for a campaign that is free from personali ties and in which only time principles represented by the respective candidates will furnish tho ground for the canton tion between time partisans ot both It will lo u contest not between mum but between principles and that candidate representing tlio doctrines which most commend themselves to the American electorate will bo tho victor This is a condition of tofu s upon which tho country is to bo felicitated It is ono that always ought to be obtained undo a government which Is of laws and not of wen and it is particularly gratifying that the election which In a sense forms a connecting link between tho nine teenth and SOth centuries will bo out purely on grounds of policy fougbtII at allmpbn consideration of duu A Sensible Course Madisouville Hustler There is one thing that time Hustler desires to see more than the success of aspiringtto the forgoveraor is tho success of the party in Novem 5ber both for the state and national tickets The party In this emergency can not afford to nominate a weak can didate no wRiter what his personal standing or his supposed claims may be Tho party is greater than any wan and tho selection of a candidate for govern or should bo made with an eye single to the good of the party All time candi dates for governor have done tho party great service and are worthy of support but the man who for any reason will have dead weight to carry should uotI bo selected at this time Not only tho restoration of tho stato to democratic rule is involved but perhaps tho fate of tho national ticket The Famine In India The famine now being experienced in India is tho greatest in tho history of tbo world greater than any previous In dian famine greater than tho terrible famine in Russia three years ago The yearly average rainfall India is forty one inches In 1899 it was thirty much es tho lowest over known unit the fan too this year is tho consequence The famine prevails over an urea otI 418 000 square wiles with a population of 51000000 and about 15 per cent of this number or 8100000 is supported by tho British Government while U per cent is taken care of by native states I By tho end of tho summer it is esti mated that between 15000000 and 50 000000 will have boon expended in boo j half of the famine sufferers time great I bulk of winch has coupe from time Treas 1 ury of time British empire Private sub scriptions in tho United Kingdom have 1 amounted to 1850000 and in this coun t try they have also reached u large sum SEES VICTORY i The Outlook is Bright 4 States That Lean to Democracy rt Tho Memphis Scimitar an iudepeiid cnt newspaper says Judge Sterling Pierson of the law firm of Pierson Ewing who has Just returned from a three weeks trip to a New York City believes that the Dem I Ijj ocrntio candidate fcr President will carry New York Connecticut Now Jer soy Delaware and Maryland at time No vember election and that the uomiucq of the Kansas City Convention will be elected i During his stay in Now York Judge Pierson hail occasion to observe the political j situation in the east tonic many points of view and his conclusionsl are especially significant inasmuch as they 1 come from a man who might be called conservative and who 04 nInny know has not been altogether in love with what Is regarded as the radical tenden cy of tho Democratic party 3 New York State will in my opinion cast Its electoral vote this year for the dV1CQTho whole tono aad temper of public sentiment in the east points unmistak NewYorkpolitical situation there from manyVpoints of view I talked with many politicalRepublicans and Independent Repnbli TammlWYDemocrntst 1 ocrab und finally with that exceed whothough IIll durIng t election day and by their votes practi cally determine the result in all closelyV StateTheticnt and New Jersey ore practically II NewYork d reasons already stated they will roll up ifDemocratic victories denellloGUatC t 1gtI xiwr in JJJi IMs- p sshiut out of tho convention tlllJ reputa ble Republicans of Delaware headed by the DuPont faction Addicks is the man who has tried for ten years to pur chase the Delaware legislature The y seating of his delegates by Hanna has sealed the fato of Republicans in Dela ware Maryland will be safely Democratic i Time gold Democrats there will vote for Mr Bryan Senator Gorman and Gov Smith will align themselves with the party as will also tho Baltimore Sun When these influences are solidified Maryland always DemocraticI would not be at all surprised con eluded Judge Piersou to see the Dem ocratic nominee sweep the country If I present conditions do not alter it would not be surprising to see a Democratic landslide throughout tho east and the north central States Tho campaign will resolve itself down to tho question Is McKinleyism more destructive than Bryanism is dangerous I believe that the pqpple of this country will answer that question in the affirmative A Campaign Move The amnesty proclamation recently issued by General MacArthnr at Manila and time peace meeting held in Manila by insurgents bear on their face suspi dons indication that they ore emergen cy measures designed to influence the progress of tho campaign in the United States Tho time at which these events occurred together with the participa tenon of the United States in tho peace meeting to the extent of releasing po litical prisoners from jail to allow thom to take part lends color to the suspicion An intention to take tho Philippine Is sue out of tho campaign seems to un derlie such action Tho amnesty proc lamation grants a period of ninety days during which the insurgents can iiur render This would carry the time up to September 22d and would keep tho Filipinos quiet during the greater part of the camoaigu If this is the object of tho proclama tion it will fail of its purpose as com pletely as the effort to tako the trusts out of time campaign by means of a con stitutional amendment failed Tho peo plo of the United States appear to beV firmly convinced that had measures like those now being used been adopted in February 1899 there would have been no insurrection The loss of life the oppression of the Filipinos time dovos tatiou and neglect of that country wero tho resnih ot u refusal of thu United States authorities to treat with tho Fili pines OH though they had rights and in 1 terests in tho promises Had tho Filipinos been considered at wnownation for refusing to acknowledge American sovereignty would not now be on tho United States No action taken at time eleventh hour van counter act mistaken like these Republic r 1 I1 v I wt t I t The Hickman Couriert GEORGE WARREN Publisher lUCKMAN KENTUCKY h n 11 rb ll 1 1I 1 t- lY1900 Sun Mon Tue Wad Thur Fri Sal J 2 3 4 5 6 7 891O 1 2J3 415 16 17 j18 J9 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 It t 3031 ====nut non a n a1a i Jl CURRENT TOPICS Horses in their wild stnte live to the age of 36 normally The Uoston poor department ex pcndod lust year 17- 8430iTiloI muscles of the human jaw 1 exert n force of 534 pounds t A tun story office minding It to be erected in Itlrmlngham Ala A big portion of the Georgia fruit crop is to be cnnned this year The cltiaens of Calhoun On have subscribed 100000 for n cotton mill A sign outside n Lombard street Phllailelphm restaurant roads figs feet Walk In In Chinn twelve miles from Won Click there in u mountain of alum tvhtah yields 100 tons yearly In ISO there were 9WO Shakcrjt in the United1 States At present they 1 1donot number more thou 100 J expoJ A only 4151 per cent of the pupils inIAmerican high schools are boys Louise Chandler Moulton the poet I has Just sailed for Europe where she will spend the summer In trove1II In Kansas it lis proposed to start s mngndne which hall be contrib uted to only by residents of Kansas formertly required long storage is now com pleted by electricity In n few hours Twelve dollars and thirty cents Is t the annual allowance of 7051 pensioners of the state of South Carolina JJ- t Lord Koberts has been in the Brit ish army for fortynine years having started In the service when he was twenty yours old I t t The iIi J oern1 p recently because of their failure to Fa pay the state taxes I The British government expects n I drought in India about twice in oorII jiine years and a great famine IIkuII the present nbout twice a century t In Indiana there are 14903 miles of telephone and telegraph wiras valued for taxation at 40060X0 and 0309 miles of rulhvny assessed at 153003 t 248 A Pennsylvania man has patented a form of jug that allows Its contouts to flow out quietly without nay sound of gurgling The handle It llI1 I low Stephen Crane used to do nearly nil his writing very late at night freee quently working until 8 or 9 oclockjj and then sleeping for six or eight hours As there is very little cold weather In Mexico no necessity exists ffj1 Iny jug in winter stores of honey and the Ijees is therefore as lazy as a grasshopper There were 1057038 acres seeded to fiugar beets in Germany last year I The yield is about eleven and u quarter tons per acre of beets containing 17 per cent of sugar LI Hung Chnng maintains at his own expense n force of 9000 soldiers as a bodyguard They are no part of the Chinese army and are the best paid soldiers in the empire American lard sells In Singapore at 24 cents a pound in ten ponnd cansI American canned fruits vegetables and meats as well as American bug gies are also sold there Cups1 and saucers are never used for teacupisvessel for ten is the stakan n JlnssI tumbler in u sliver holder No nut teaIIII of the or diamond I I t which is used in diamond drills and for other abrasive purposes It is P found In Cape Colony and some other I places but is commercially important only in Brazil The number of Mohammedans hns IJ f been estimated at 100500000 Of these 1 000000 are under the rul of Ir 1 the Turkish government 23000000 tire f ruled by other Musselman sovereigns F 30500000 are subject to African F tFi princes 20000000 live in China 1111 f 39000000 are under other rulers Oi 1thele tvra Mrs Kruger IIIIYin an inlerewJ that she1 has fiftythree relative in 1u the field in the Boer war four oiis cix sons inhaw sad fortythrc gnlt inns Jll- ii The king of Plain IB very anxiou I to visit the United Status and trill I probably coma to tills country within 4 4thenext year in one of the vessel II of his own navy The Celestial Empire n weedy paper published In Shanghai i nJJ 0 perfect mirror of Hasten aiTnlrs lUllII exercises n tremendous Influence on the other side of the world although Antrcaft r t7 4J 3 THE PRIDE OFTHENAVY Rocks Pierce Holes Through the Oregono The 7nnro nt Che Iran Ilnn l1ren ScMil In Her A nl tnucCIlI iris AVIU A Ut Tin SMp to lie IJghigoed Washington July 1The following dlMpatchea were received at the navy department Saturday morning rein tive to the grounding of the Oregon CheFoo June teSeeretnry of Nnvy Anchored yesterday dense foil In 17 fathoms three milts south of llow Ko light gulf of Io Chi LI Sent out two boats and sounded Least water 540 fathom Weather clear lot under way and struck plnoncle rock Much water In forwanl compiirtinent 1erfoct smooth Shall charter steamer If poaeiblo at CheFoo and lighten the ship HOCk through spur of skip abmo double bottom about frame 10 Small holes through bottom of ship WILDE CheFoo June 30 Secretary Navy Washington Iris gale to the aaalst anco of the Oregon KAYMOND ItOOUnS ConiandiHg Nashville HongKong Juno 29Sftotar Nary Wuhiqton Princeton ar thud Brooklyn loaves for Nagaaakl The Zaflrc at CheFoo has been sent to aaatat Oregon rejMirteAl by Rogers on a rock south low Ke light Iris going to her assistance KRMKY- Waahington July 1 llnnaele cock where the Oregon run aground lis about 25 feet highs awl lies three ami1 I two thirds miles south of How Kl I island nod about a mile awl a quill ter n n of the island of Sao Lii Shan Tho rock is encircled by a Shoal and should not 1141 approached1 nearer than three cabiN According to the hvdrofraphc hisses oMeinhv there is a strong current from three I to five knots speed alwaya prevalent In this vieiuity end thin fart together J with the dense tog that prevailej at the time greatly enhanced the nan 4 gor in navigating the Oregon The olJIciiils of tho naval hydrog ranker ether say there iIs n great rise seat fall of the tkle nt this point about ton feet and it ia possible that the I Oregon may be lifted oft in this wayII GlUt at shunt without aaaiatanco Capt Wiklos statement of the in 1 juries aualalned by the Oregon to J scarcely autOelent to en able the naval I constructors here to tone a definite I opinion as to the nroapecta of say t Ing the fampua Uf They try Mow lltti tlio athI inroTMAy ub ejiral vwugt3batof atortna in Chinese waters Washington July 2The nary de partment has received no further news of the battle skip Orison aground off tiff Chinese coast GEN JOSEPH WHEELER The Xctv Cnmitinnilcr tif Ittc Dc Iiurtitieiit if the IiiktM Normally Wclconicil to Chicago Chicago July 1en Joseph Wheeler the stow commandant of thIdepartment of the lukca was Satiir defy formally welcomed U Chicago nt rt pirilio rsecpttah tlrniltrelrcominlLd by his daughters sad flea numbers of his staff with their tam 11111111111tCv GEN JOSEPH WHESLEIl NewlyAppointed Commander of the De partment ot tow Lakes Hits WOK escorted by a battalion of the tat Illinois regiment to the 1st regiment armory where Mayor liar rison delivered an address of wel conic Gun Wheeler was cheered en thusiastically when he rose to re spend to the mayor AVfirilM Were Iruplietle Shclbyvllle Ind July 1t St Paul Albert Mctler disobeying his mother procured his fathers revolI ver and was cleaning it Just as his parent remarked Albert you are determined to 1 kill yourself the weapon was discharged The bullet entered the childs right eye and he fell back deadstd u C iMvliur- Gnllipolls 0 July 2 Robbers en tered lark Bros store at Athalin and prior the stile open with crow bus They secured 150 and n quail tity of goods Wool Trade null In London London July 2Lost week In the wool trade was dull and inactive be ing depressed by the pending auction sales which tire expected to open flat und lower The offerings for the week are 41550 hales and closes wit the ariivals of June 28 Four IerHiiiiH Drowneil Boston July 2loour persons of n fishing party of eight vere drowned in the harbor by the overturning of n 2b foot catboat drowned an BarryNeal u u DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION The Vice Irevldcucy is nn Oln Contest tu lnr AVI I It No Oil InrtliMtliirly In tin Ivntl Nttiup of tlie Ciimllilntea Kansas City Mb July 2iJpt l noteworthy events stood out ft the mass of detnll ninildltg Uif pronch of the dwuoornioconvention tho arrival al Da Hill from New York nut hll 1111JMt the lav Lincoln in rospttiisfc to etgraphic summons froth STf llr+ y for conference of ChRlruml Jon8 tithe national eommlttco uilh MrI I her exSenator Murphy nwl other iII ilu ntinl lenders concerning tjiu jjiform and the first tmrlouB 001W1rrI tlon by tho aanrunttoii lamlom rbf plnn to rofieh miuh an iimlurautiirint ou the platform that time wny will in open to noiiiinnte Mr Brynn tier tin prewkleney on July 4 Tho lenders are losing nb dolt howl1tr11I making their preparation Hut it H noticeable that this Is one 1 gathering of lenders In the QOoil1 sense On time contrary tins 18 qn rt dnuoeratlc anil our hears froquan nml proiully the remark Umt lorconvention the delegate roproeonJ r the MopIo will frame the ltlfttfu nod name the candidates J ho r Hpicufmn men heroJomios 1IQU kor and Murphy are not overt nur any powerful Imntl In affair Most of t members of tho ett nt tIe eommm tae are hers inotafli Chairman Joneti Vice CkalrntftU Jb IOn exjov Stoner of MieMuJl j MI Onffey of Pittsburgh nut rUeo p Fred WllIlniiM of Maw ehiigSU e1H I they hohl frequent meetings la 4t r mint upon formal fentHWH Oftk r I- INt Inn proceedings Kansas City to July L1Jt4tstoerntle vice jtreaidimttal nomtiiKth Btlll for anybodythat IB RByhxiy who fin rend it Hero te n list it chnoso front Win Snlior JrlrtJ n A In hnljIttrkr K Shlvely Indiana Clmrlaa Atin Minnesota Carter H linrrh91WI nubs Ihuitan Sic IOBml Tapnea TAJIKS Hamilton Lewis WfUWMfl t n Hubert A 1attUon rrHttt t vnuii Arthur 1 OoruMin ifnrylnnll D1I I UnrniMH Michigan Dn1il S RM Wisconsin Davkl Ovirinejar It HJ Wm J Stone Missouri OaorgBJtv VHltani8 Massachusetts Kansas City Mo Joljr 8 The pit from to be adofitml by the dames national Convention will Mntalii a ilechtmtlan for ufree eotHflgt of dt ver at the ratio of le to L HHtew Mr llryitn changes his attitvd Nude J fresh arrival front IJH elit brltf re nerved assurances that UM ftfr r dulneil nominee of the eoitvoutlnr in maintaining his poaition In rIIfthe Uneteraktoiu 1 MKINLEYS AT HOSIE i The Irenlilrnt nml Sir Melt nley las n Very UuletUn In Cunloit J I Canton OM July PreaMent 3Io Kiuley spent a jwltt awl rralfu dgy almost entirely at lib home Ila orU Market street The wostker rms iItllghtful many deg COS cooler dean prrvMllnl in nahlngtun for +fltne weeks prior to the start for On ton mid In this respect at bait no KraaUu IHMwetwttH atiractlonM superior tit QQI ton for a real vMentioH harlot the hunt ef the day the grentoet combat- Ifah ftiund tin time flliady porch and Uiere the pnMdent aeknowledgH tko greetings of many of his old fr ends nut ao4uaintanceH who drotr or wl1lkll iistst the house nut s the inn rank in the west a warmer phiao was sought and Mr MeKiuKy1 iiMjk u rerltable smut bath just before iluiner from n rustle seat on his lawn tho while enjoying one of hia favorit fra grant cigars a He went to morning services at the- Ir t M K church Dr Itlsey noinpnnied him anal they walked from time Moose a distance rf about half n mile There was nothing hM II jn time service till pastor Itev Ur c II Muucheater who was n member of McKlnleys raiment in the rh ii vnr only making the usual TfOflrII to nktngdivlmeall of his otllcial nets pirstakenltarlrbtirfamilyrpultirhouseholdof Mrs McKInley During this iiftqr noon time president and Mr McKmky IIrudJCerolled during the day and spent Ome I lhuIneighbors called during the afternoon and evening ofhis12 furwnritoffnthrrlngV t ytbeerThe president it Is expected fN V timeFourththinto dillcatorymonument lliivnnuH Atuyor InuiiKtiriHril Havana rp aingctimeJiveIfavnnn1thUlilntlIIwihllHSCtIUpOIl insornratlonof JtCubun5 Trtinim Sell to Quiet linllnB 2Cnop551173d i j here un a speciall train under orders from Got tlnulndlnnRainy lake fbin u fIr I JG ONE MINISTER KillED r It Is Certain That Germanys Repre sentative at Peking Perished One Itepart to That the Putille Use onllon ii f INirolKtierH llwi 11Ill- III ProKrcnit Muee JUIIUo Ilitltliin lleniernte 1r1t I London July LOtUeInl tt pfltho8 reoeitwl Ilij the consular body at Shanghai an Itxpntsti cable datedI I Shanghai July 1 ways confirm In the fulleat manner the report of the butchery of llama vOu Kottoler tin i erman iiTlnUtur on June 18 Tho aiiilmiHmdor was riding on legation street when ho TIH attacked by Chi nlttle troops and Boxora drugged Irons his horao und killed His body luia ked to pieces with swords Tho tiernmn legntlon nod six other haiku mugs wore burned situ n numbor of rIIl1ta of the lugutlons worv killed1 mil bodies thrown into the humus inlclal eoiiMrmatlnn of this ghnatly buaineaa has creHttnl tilt utmost won HiernatkMi among time consuls potl- of the powers who expreaa frarH flint war a rmttntiietf will be declared1 against the Peking goverHinettU Tho consuls entertain little hole that any foreigner are left alive In tho capital There were lrforeignera coRHoetad with the legal iona to in the euatcwt house English alai A ntorI can tourfcU anti1 othera to the number of 1M and1 nearly pot legation jrminla A dispatch to the Ksprva fromI Nanking June1 W says Prnuth IIMknit here kayo ntaulvail rwHoru from Ieklng that Uw publlo uxmnt own nt foreigners has bum In peog res since lure SB The ntma aontaa by runner from Preach priests a 1eking who state lust they ailiHiH Ifterrd the teat lit to tho ooniluitiHed man Nanklnr sable AiKeil Stoutly lAY that Meeroy Un Vnli Ylk rsirtdl a telegram from pea lulu en SatKnlay tilting that the UcriiMH adulator hadl bewi murdered at Ieklng Vulu whoI mwaped front TienTain to 1ao Tiny Ku also wired1 PoeJtloH drttjKTHte Implore your help KntvljrM troops of ei rht natioaallilea entering Peking to the number of noooo or 4M90 I smut not kohl out four days IJu Ynn Yih has received thai tram the vferroy of Yang SIll Kal For eign troops rWrtortona kt TieuTaln They will enter Peking iiiBMKlhttely Washington July L Tho folhiwlng oteaaag was recelnMLni the navy do IMrtmcMt from Coullltd Itogvm in Cite Foot MFollo1u c tel4lgraitt train lIIoinyfTI oaatMlUw rvllff SSffifllllBn J OttML r JfOltegs wmftt 1lttitat T paHmlarsg Raison Appreioleo HrWHttH awl f ndamnii Setueuo- nWounded11oalwait11 Mat Holy oktt Maehinlat Hamlfonl IjintimnniiI Klltaky Owlet THuealf Cap Mo lathe FlrHMii Itowe IjuHlaman Oar rlty Coxanaln Ryan Quartertnaater CuM ray Conlh MeClay 11 reman Vtahrty Seamen Lloyd Chlhl wiser MK lanaeH IhilinMller and Me Kerrey I OwaanaiH Thomaa UMtbohm Aitftren tlCMi loliHuoii ItaaMtuaMH and Wekh Jrlvnte Ordeff The department has IMJOII lnfnn eil1 that time Princeton Iras arrived at Canton Cornwall JfeChiys name could nott be fouwl on the rolls Petwlbly h- IMII e burn tmimferrwl from wime utln- oihlp since tie rolls wore returned The ammo MuKervey also In not to be found on Uie rolls limo records of the killed as shown at the navy de partment are as follows Thomas ThqiiiHH unlisted at Marc Island In IHflO Ho wan born in Colin hagen In IMO Ills next of kits IMI Mrs T Lannignb of 001 South Front tit rev Phlladclphtn- Betijomln lion no n was born In Man dahl Norway in 1S74 Next of kin Mrs1 Anna llonson mother living nt Mandnhl Norway hurry A llrotnan was born in Du luth Man In 18SS Next of kin Ida MI Broman mother living nt 14X7 Wet Superior street Duluth hurry HevvKon was horn In Nor vny fit 1878 n dd enllittcd at CM an go Next of klii Laurence Scromoii father living nt 1011 Wnbnntila live line Chicago Washington July 2Two Impor taut cablegrams were received by Seo rotary Hay rum United States Con out loodnow tit Shanghai The text Is withheld but the consul states In tjuhsttincc as follows It Is rumoro1 In Shanghai that the Gnnnnn mlnlstrr to Peking Baron von Ketteler wis killed nt Peking on the Ittth of Juno Oji till Fad of June tunic of the hrjrntlon buildings wore still standing the other sail lieen burned On time Ctiof lane n ills patch was recMieil at Hhnnghal from Yang Lu believed to bo time viceroy of time protlnon of Chile where the principalI troubles have occurred stating that the other ministers werr wife Dispatches to Shanghai from dif ferent sources indicate that Prince Yuan father of the heir apparent seethe to lie absolutely In control at Ieklng and that Min attitude In the worst possible and must hostile to foreigners It is oven soil that he is sued an edict an far back as the 20th of June ordering till of the viceroys to attack time foreigners In their respect lye provinces an order which has 0I ins not been obeyed loin July 21ke commander of tho cruiser Kllni telegraphs from Taku June 30 as follows Advises from tho Herman negation In Peking state tout nil tho legal on bulldingi Jmvo been burned except those of Kngland Fruiice and Germany All tho mem hens rf time diplomatic rorps hnfIItaken refuge in the British JeuntllJI C rVY- n FIRE IN PITTSBURGH tine llreinnn Kllleil Seven Other InjureI and Neural 0l000 of- Impcrtx IturiieU Plttabiirgh Pa Juno l0Onr fre man was killed1 and seven oth nt in jured sad nearly1 joo000 worth o property xvaa destroyed in a fire that broku out In time umsrinioe hop ot the Meet Manufacturing Co on 34th drooL shortly after 0 ocloak Friday morningTho was dlaeovoretl nt 0 Ifl nun the laniea spread so rapidly that lit less than n half hour till entire plant four Btorlvo high nnd 100 foot Mimre I wits bnniing and It mn faired that adjoining property would go Three district of the rlro deimrtnutit were qulokli on the ground liowcrr nnd by Marl work the fire was kept with- In the original limits By 7W urloc- t the large alruetiire waa In rulna The liftmoil wero Injured by falling walls The property destroyed wail valuedi nt 100001 nnd the Mtnek ef pattern m and niBchlnory probahly 110000 more tanty of tho pattornxI win nut bo re plnruil The company manufactured pit fittinge slatt valve At 1 oVIoek the lire was under control BATTLESHIP ALABAMA abe Will Nat lit Itenily In Slnrt onI Her Trlnl Trip llnfnrn the 1lrnt of Auuukl- Phltadelphla Jnne 30 Work on time 1aoattuctlom of the aheathed cruise Denver has beet begun Ninety Jlr- Ie ef the material to be used In the eraser Is already IIn tit yard The she erltutfrc of the lener IAH will he t1 hoot boata ami her rile f peculiarity la that theyw11 he 1 Coltteon titraetlon in that the veaeola will not lulu to bo doefcvd HO often A T absttksld1 Maksse apIrsebh lag romnietion Iin the Cmmrw yard ulll not he rends to start OM her trial trip before August 1 All of her ar altar la HOW IIn the yawl The large gun are still in be put ia die and until thU iei done ihe turret taps ran not be rompletml OCirer who will he Aa lrwej to the Alabama are anv Ions to Mare her eompieied In vtav of the noaaiblllfy of atlrrln timm ahead In Chin EXHCUTIOR IN WASHINGTON1 llen 11111 Hnell Ilnnwrl fur Ilir Star ler of TltlilrrnVenrOIJ 1U Ir Iou nhrrtr VaahlHgton Jnno MUe J HKI 8M II 44 jeara old formerly a dwft to the ymnlan wtaVe was hangod at DWarltt Jan m IIatl Nom ftr the wnr4er of 19yeorotd Uaxk Wise oalwrfer who tun emntoyed at ids hoaae awl with wera infat motel Knell wow tIN largest sass eeer exeentod here When he wna rereited at the Jail Augtut 7 last he writHod tM pounds and wearared A fret Inches In height When le l to the aralTobl Friday his weight vaa trt pounds Notivllhatandlng that Use drop wax considerably r6J on ao Iroant nt his alf the rope nearly tvv ered the murderera bawd from Ida lady Inrniwrn Ilijeel to the linn Altooni ln Juno 3O Fannera of the Quenuihonlng valhy are vassal beetsrselected by the CatnbriA Kleel Co for the ere tan of a data four miles tong and having a ileplli of 74 feet at the breast The farmers dwter tie dam will be a luetMMe to ImbUe safety stud 1eoroane the value of their taiiito like projKiiy owner brlow the proHMW l loam claim they will be In ednalant datipor of a etltlon of the Johns town tIoot Tho clash betweni the et1 engineers and the fnrmen IH ex tllIIlITesting lepers Never Serum City of Mexico Juno 3OUnlfl Int rick an American yellow fever jw tleiit In the American luWpItal in this Pity IIH greatly Improved after another Injection of BrntJIInn lover serum Tho government which loran author lie I a rigid invraUgutlan of Dr Bel tlnghaxls remedy regards Patrick soar as of great importance The se rum will bo thoroughly tried nt Vru Cruz In the presence of n committee of fatuous phystoians and army doc lots nnl Lniiit Susie Dernttir 411n June HO A landslide reuniting In time dentin of several men occurred at Ilnrtrolt Hill 11 miles below Decntur UII the L b N railroad laborers were engage In placing rook to prevent a landslide when a large quantity of earth came down entrapping n number of nun who wero caught In quicksand It 1IIIknown that nt least throe men one Negro stud two whites were Milled and It Is thought several others shared the saute Lut- elroathrnt Southern Stan Drnil Marietta Ga Juno IOCol JIX Trammel president of the Georgia railroad cnmmlKsIon and prominent In public life in the south tiled at Ills home at lldspluce Friduy Drtuirtnrt of tltu hoer savoys New York Juno olhe Boer en voys Jules Cambon ambassador of Franco to time United States Bourko Cnokran anti Jrof Adolph Cohn of Columbia coKcgo ever among the passengers who sailed in time cabin of the Preach lute steamship LAqul taint llleil of Uroimr San Frnnelfuo June UCopt Ar thur Maglll for twenty years nmna ger on the Pacific coast of thu Vhoenla and Home Insurance Co is dead In this city from dropsy r n a Je Ono 1 Womans LetterSAYS 1td doctored with two ofthehost duelers In the oily for two years and had no 4 relief until I used the w PfnMtam remedies My trouble was ulcer sufkfarad terribly could not thoughtiwould me sudi a relief f Today Izm a well woman able to do my own work andhavo notapain tt I used four bottles of Lydia E PlnMtams Vege table Compound andthree packages of Sanative Wash and cannot praise tho modlclnos enough MRS ELIZA THOMAS 634 Pino St Easton fa Mrs PInkham advises suffering women without charge Lrdh s riakhaa Met ce Lrno UUL JOKE GAINED HIS POINT A Ul oh I gan Slalrainnna Clever Muse UurLril ton M Commlllrc on IcasluN sthellI 4 aoM Malls auaitue 8 MKMWI It ta tffUta1 arI UM CMMf Ckrw iris that tkii t tke see ahieh IaIilu rIsi w l lm fnw MM d the ter mlsr say a torrepoad lbIrsaUNdeasnaahra oils aantnt Aspsrntssa It holdd ha poutedcwt that are at thrir rulesl ime tba1sl that nr widow wao MirvM r s Ttttraa tf tbs ware must bea rrf s rJy rNUm- tNMis a114 tbal abe awn It 1 mttntd th tye i i peasieTheredbearlhrI odfnea t laIII i a Mid thr it a gvlolan itMIlMrMN d11411read t sit 0 wiwor g lao In 01 uttsasalwaysbirosadopted with a- And 1 IrUIJffsA Jai twtfcn of 12 a MOIl I 111 Aslisto Mich SIt had nut pad her s a hwedrdthyetmr It was sot tsery tsidsia that hr hut band 1 red to within ore day of tut a time ieaaiillw art a KRa m the 1ItC aisr seans The CtIIaltonh reiMned the la4 fsvussty llnrl Him Profmtlnnallr I qrnlageveaiac in a hotel n irtlsi While w eiMowwere Itroa by kalhtanrs ekeot a WI II s Tit at the Mat1 I lnrkeper toI toulDoesI the tarmseret rathe ventured U sak hi pMMt l1HJlelHttmeatiest ia a nrehibiUen etsteX1 Maul and ianrt y Time Waiteil It iis saW af a erruln learard man tJMto beHyInuti IasuWda Wits eke serer elm bmflblncc us lit a rclnlln eJg tvr iltltitU Nine shows rcmirked the fIrnt at the close W lune antiopen The Jrrc1oatLea lines were to- ocstckylklladilpiiial 11 In ipite flf tllie furl that the raricltai of number13s111 mU1JtKoirenlie jrnal ABSOLUTEtt I SECURITY r Genu- ineCarters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of LSao P cSlmlle Wrapper Below I I 1teCARTERS mLI FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION rice MUST Mn iiri Ctdl IIOunUIHB G CURE SCt HEADACHE 1 t- MI tt I a t U 1 no BOERS STILL ACTIVEE Severe Fighting Near LIndley Ini Which Ten English Were Killed Hrltlrli Mrportlnu lnrjir II lhlnII of llollniiilrr to llollnml to lieIUrnll With for Yut lIIRCrvluir rtilrrtlltr London Juno 30 OuWdc tosun111otseoionyahutJugI the Btinoknl district the telegram from South Africa merelyI Indicate t 1 ron rntlons for It is hoped the IlIlult prolongtd t A Town I lonttentptI nrflllery barracks and magazine at nrtlllayman1 reLyby it Ikwr wham the soldiers t attempted to Jynoh f I Iallrd HrltUli authorise are deport J I Number of HjlIanWNln nIt f rYlnJfNNJrland4I4 President teyn in reported to be nt I JeUlt hum committal with Oon DC wutwhSir Alfred Mllner the lirltUh com tHtotoner ban notified the govern item to par the intercut on the 1rcu Stet Ii per cent lose duo July 1 on onditloit that there ts no further Hu lilHly either for wpltal or Interest Capo Town reports that Prunldent ICrngvr U stlli at MaiOmdndorp afraid to more for fear the bridge 11rr Und rmintd London June 311Tito war office him received the following from iur 1CoHrtaII reportfromq 1 on Jaw Stto with H bolls of the onemy who wm strongly trOMltt1 during the lay A eomoy of stores for the- LItulimy trnrrlaon WM also attacked on June 5ft host aver n liemy rrnr J jruard nctloH the convoy ro eH 1sariUiMlley in Mty Our ctnnmltiM wen tfn klllnl and four otUcirs aml uhout II men wCHllHlpdIITW Uslit rriortedl yefftcnlny tea 7 under Uvul Col rrenft11 not Drat por Uralwnt cans up1 luring tkc ru jfH ela+ nt 1otai mMwitirs of tliu two llamas wru throe killed nllJn woundedIhr t prevotM day near P1ek1 bun lloyew brir de iItt action wttJt n burly of tlto tadii1X Our eaau oltlm were two ollloora kfllod four II- In nilsdugMetI e l apltxpffcid I dtreelton of UiMlloy He followed J Ike enemy 19 tills end raptured 11 1110 tbeep and SOO hued of cUI whisk the CKwny had svlacd in tha JIfd Hunter coHtinuml Ida march yeq tenlay towardI the VHMI river nnoj r IIhI Apriniim the termlnna of tho rail way from JehaHnesbiirg duo rant was attaekfd early yeMtenlay mono loft The Canadian reglmunl whirl jfMrriaoM rile piece boat oil thu one my No casimltlea are reported Lieut North reported inUsing II After the attaek on till ootiHtrtietlou train S a prisoner of the lloers MOLDERS WILL ST IKE The ntlonnl Iouiiilprii An opntloa Will ant Tay the Ailvnnuo lu forte UrlllnllllIrl Cleveland 01unu 3Ot a meet Jar of Ute National Foutulora nsHO dacha lien it Lan been decided to re feet absolutely the demand of moldsm for an advance of 86 oenta por day in wages The tneotliifr rupreeonted thl1Fourth dUtrict of the X t1nual Foun ders association nnd comprise tit n titnten of Ohio Michigan Kentucky nnd Tennessee Many millions of don tars were represented nt tho mooting nud all the Mf tOiicurits hI tliu lou r ld4tuela n result of the notion of th founders n utrlke involving itcveral II SOUIHB liltaly to bo Inn II Monday Nenrly 100 would bo nfTout 11thOtUlUullllrnI movement In Two III Juno n William Tackson bit n fever thermometer in two hero swallowed the hulk and sea tlon of the tube and will likely diuhi from tupoiirial poisoning He wns suffering from chills anti fever andJ was delirious when the physician of stuck till thermometer In his mouth und he bit It to pieces viciously IngrIreItnlMpil Pnrkersburg W Vn June IThQ I employes of the Parkersburg Mill Co were notified thnt their pay has heenel Increased 10 tier cent Flue Increase wan voluntary upon tho part of thot company end the scale Is now highs than nt any time since 1802 A largo auauunberllnltl AilupU Ooltl Slniulnra Washington Juno 30The depart meat of state is advised by lIl1 atorC iowcllnt Port nu Prince that In hUM been informed that tho government nt Haiti has adopted the gold standard coaadArierlcnn gold dollnrdlIrniMMl lnini n Hunt Norfolk Vn limo 3U4 handsome 7y gownud womnll 1inpel Irom tilehi Jlay IIncw Georgia oft Chesapealt Ijvnth carrying with her every evl lnnei nt IdQiitlllrailtm fiho joardcdI xlic boat nt lIaltimoreI i PROHIBITION TICKET foeLJohn flJ IVoiitlry of IlllnoU rrrxlilpnt und Henry II Muluulf ur ee 1rralilcdl Chicago June 2DThe prohibition convention adjourned slue die after in prixidvntfor vlee president Henry n Meteal f of Ithode Island The nominations In rack Instance were made on the first ballot OnlyI two candidates for the presidential nomination were haunted utMr Woolley and Kov Silas C Swallow of Pennsylvania Hale John ton of Illinois withdrawing bis name at the last moment and throwing hi tr itgti to Mr Woolley This un doubtedly had n great effect on tharesult an the convention earlier in the day hnd been stampeded for Swal w by an eloquent speech of Homer Castle of Pittsburgh and had the friends of the Pennsylvania clergy menu forced n ballot at that time the sult might have been different For president three candidates were lhomllsitK I IIvnlon of lown MrI Metculf re ceiving an overwhelming majority a the votoM cant- lnuoedintcly after tho announce ment rf tho result of tho ballot for the prcslilcntlal honilnntion Dr SwulClow won proposed nn the 1ee prewiden tlal ncimliiiu The eonwntlon went it over thf suggestion but Dr Swallow attar a hurried conference with the Pennsylvania delegation re hired to accept the nomination eDuringart of the imUonnl committee calledt oumpaland w minutest The platform drrhlruaoWe are humiliated exnupernt nnd h the tdjidlvty end orlmo under the hothouse nun lreHIdontiiton 1IfIM It WR unfortunate tier ylntr1 IHOIMI there to corrupt the native + to exhibit tho viaoji of our rare jehristlaHltyi f William MeKlnley HH d upon the iarty whleh elected find1 would ptrn tuatr the came John H Woolley la descended1 in the direct line from Emanuel Woolley Kbriuth banker and frlewl of Gco Fox who came to Nuw Knyland lin 1M3 sari Inter INHSHIIIO a large Innu owner In New Jersey which is still the faintlyI suet Dr Woolley watt horn at GolllniHlle 0 Fobnmry 11 100 Ho carols graduated from tin Ohio Wenloyan University in 1871 prnottdod law In Paris Ilk MtnnoH roils and Saw York until ISSt when he liommo a prohibitionist and from nuoppllnir oecnsioiinl 1lntiona to lignotr a Into tho lectttre field Henry IL Metealf of Ithodo Island prtCldenti s wident of the Providence County ninlfjl hank and uMrIntendent ofII tut Sunday wJiool of the Church ol Our Father In Pawtucket IL J 11rIMctmlf tray formerly n republicanI but joined the prohibition jwttty acvIoral years ngo Had line been proud rumtly Identified with hint jwirty KlnoeI Xlrltlcnn llrpnlillcnii Tlrkct Grand Doubts Mich Tune tLTh republican store convention pltteed following ticket in nomination For corwnor Col Aaron II1111gs tenArt governor O W lloblnson ae of state Fttnl M WarntrII state treasurer Daniel M Coy nud I tor genoral Perry F Ionorff nttor nay genoral II M Or state loot j slIplrhltClIdont I Fall metubor of elate board of ado Janice II Thnni on Mlniivotu Itppnlillcnn Tlrkut I St Paul Mlntu Juno 9Drho re publican state convention nominated tho following ticket and adjourned I slue tile For governor Samuel It VanSant I let tenant governor Lin VaDouglanc chief Jititlce of the su premo court Chariot 3Lr SUirt as lipI treasuer Julius Hlook secretary ofr j state P S Haiikion I Alnlininu IlrpnlillcnN TlrkrtclUrtnlngham Ala Juno OThe state republican committee that here nnd nominated n full state ticket to j voted for in the August election The following ore the nominee For governor John A Steele secretary state John Porter attorney gen frnl Chan D Alexander treasurer Pope MI Long nudil0J C SWOIIjj SpcnUrr llrnitrrioii Heiioinlnntril Waterloo la Junta 20 Speakei 1 Henderson was ronomlnnted by nc by the Third district re publican convention for his tenth nu representntlvo in congrciJS The nomination was made amid grcitJ I enthusiasm Speaker Henderson ntie n short speech of acceptance Col llliss Voinlnnteit Om ml Itapiifo Slick Juno 20 A T Jlxa was nominated for governor on MieI 10th ballot VJursdny afternoon of 1crry Stearns Oi n born ODonifSl nUll Campbell T t nvention r+ x5 deadlooked for twc ays I llnrvant Windl Kruin Yale Jfow Loiulon CU June DIn tin rnoe Thursday bctwucu the liar vnrt and Yule crow Hirmrd took tIt lead and won by two Knyths At thf 1 finish Yale showed pour form and crew nijieattd mush distressed lARGEL VESSELS BURN I LIvr3 Lost and 10000000 WorthI of Property Destroyed The Mm of nt Lrnit riftrrn linn difil 1oople Wrre Inipcrlliit lly the PlumesThe 1lre UrlKl nutrd In a llule of Cotton row York July 2llIIollt 10000 000 worth of property was destroyed 5I pcrxuurwere Injured at tsI were imperiled by n fire that startedI cotton boles under Pier 3 n tho North Herman Lloyd Steamship I Co In Hobnken N J at 4 oclock Saturday afternoon In less than ISI mlnutex the llawea covered nn urea n quarter of n mile long extending out ward from the actual shore line to tilt hulkhcAda trop 600 to 1000 feet away nod had caught four grunt ocean liners and n dozen or moret smaller harbor croft in its grasp Stories in regard to tine loss of liftt vufrlotiidy estimated at from GO to 200 From what can bo learned the flnine started among n largo title 0- otton t bales on Pier if of the North Germanj 1loyd Steamship Co mId spread with such remarkable rapidity that III IS minutes the entire proper ty of the company UilQng In over n third of a mile of water front antI tlng of three great plerH wax enveloped in n hugs blaze hat sent great clouds of smoke high up tutu tutu air The flames started so suddenly nnd1 gained snub headway that the people namuroude t he street At the dock of the North Gorman 11 were the Sonic a Inglescrov passiuiger fttenmship of 4005 gross tuna the Uremen n tuin acre+v toe scnger and freight of 10520 tons nor1 the Main n twinscrew freight nut I steamship of 10200 gross tons They all euught fire and were burned to the waters edge The Kaiser Wllhelm tier Grdfise which had t OOIIIP In was the only one of the biff vodbclH at the doek that os eta Llud The lass of the Crew of these voa seta Ila saul to reach 100 ISIghteen bodies have been recov rreell KleviMt of those wore placed In u row at the inorjnie In this city and numbered lhiq being the only menna the nuthnritle iota of maintaining anysort of identity over the corpses as they bgdtr jtnrmberedmode only by trinkets or Pieces of olotlilng that Warn found shout the1 IllieclalN have of approximating the loss of life in by eomjmrlng the list n those reported safe with the list o employes on the steamships Gus tutu Schwab general agent of tho North German Lloyd line gave on n list showing what men on each toss ttre tnlMinir On the Saale 925 one were emjiUtyiHl andl 117 of thit bar onlyI bred tieeounted for leaving I nun actually employed aa office Killors HtinxnrdH oiiffinwrH coall jpnterx Driers and trtiumarB to be ncIeoiinted for Tho Hremen had Ml men nn boardtlint only 127 of these havo been fount The Main had 137 employed on her n t the time nnd of these only 76 have been reported tofutclight barges and 11 canal boats won either burned or sunk with their 100to n number of ears burned nnd other property damaged Loss 7080 IroplrtybllflltlllIre by burilng driftwood will amount to shout 10000 The peraonal loatw sustained by those aboard the atvamshipa can Him ply be Hurmised as there IB no way of QBCttrtalnlng UIB At the present time HURRY ORDERS Vnrnlilpn Art firing Ilttnl Out nl thn Vorfnlk Xnvy Ynrtl Kxtrn- liclinnlcn Kniployrd Norfolk Vn July 1 Apparent war ke preparations are going on at 0- rnlk navy yard An order which Iis regarded as very slgnifie+ tnt was the one issued calling into the yon ISO meehaiilcs with ns many more to follow each day until the rush work shall hnve beta completed In the event of necessity night work rosy be done Work will go on without stop on the colllnrs SntrAi lieu tribal Caesar Alexander and Southey so that these vessels ratty load coal departmtlltJhlflverted gunboats that are to be over hauled besides torpedo bouts and monitors The monitor Puritan and torpedo boat Mauley which have bee u uned ns practice vessels at Annavolbd are expected at this navy yard to be plaecd In fighting contrition There lire now about 12 available vessels of warjtfhe Norfolk navy yard jj- Ilrllc ides lInrlI St Johns N F limo 301110 rollC Isles mines the scour of the recent strike have closed down Jhe compa ice hnve withdrawn their staffs ami 1 will open mines In Canada preferring Ix course to n aiibniisblou to thu I- IcrniH of the Btrk rt I Ilfu Venttrtice for Porer Houston Tex June 30Out aunt tion of having forged n pardon on which Qcorge Isanm sontuncotl for life for mrdpr scoured his release from tin pcnltontlnry W T Dent Win RlVcn a life term IIK the penitentiary QuIETiNG DOWN y EfttJt for Inc nnrrnlt nml l tr- 1nilrrmrn lint Little Hvli1eiiL ut the II IouU Strike Ilvmalim I theboycottdutyj ant little evidence of the great strike 11 the St Louis Transit CpiJ8 inaugurated May 8 remains Cnrarc in operation on nil the linep without hindrance and are wenJ jpatronized except on those running north and south Many thousand per sons t ifrsuset of the boycott and through sympathy for the strikers patrpnie wagons and busses manned by exKtreet railway employes This andfWednesday the remainder of the force of Sheriff Il08seImen was inus feted out of service the board of po lice commissioners deciding they were no longer needed It was at first In tended that all but 1000 men should be dts harped halt of which would be retained for active service tile whole number to be called on fort duty on July 4 to suppress any trou Ible that might occur then St Louis lime 2qIt was reported that offrm werb making to Induce St Louis manufacturing firms to close their Mtablishmcnts and suspend op crattnni until the boycott on the St ILouis Trsnilt Co and those who ride on Its lines was declared oft It WilY sold that n representative mnnnfuc turcr who had been approached by n committee of citizens and asked to make a canvass of the manufacturer of tile pity for the purpose of nsccr lIuggcstlonpl1 oaks the canvass stating that In stood of improving the situation h 0 thought it would be made much mar worse by a general shutdown which would not only entail great loss on the manufacturers but would in ad dltlon impose untold hardships on 1laboring people generally and would completely Paralyze the industries of St Loui- Sevenil of the leading manufac turer sclinltted that they land heardI of a safrgpstlon and had given it seri ous consideration and all agreed that sulh f step would be unwise THE STATE MILITIA State Ailjntnntn Gnnprnln Arc Called ClIO for liiforinntloa In Itcsrard to OruitiilcntlonM Washington Juno Dho statute providing for the arming and equip ping pf tho militia of tho United tat03 was amended at the last lies sion df congress BO as to provide for an nnnuiil appropriation of 1000000 or ihrjHintos0l ot fprprlillng star- brtttiiistorce s I quartermaster store s nudfitlnp cquippagc for issue to the militIa In order to guide the seerte nllotmeutt5 adjutant general called upon the adjutant generals of the various states for n statement giving the number of companies troops batter orgamircnj d a e states qt this time Information dcpartmrnrt carlh 0 a drills and ptirndcs during tho yen This is the onlyI significance that at to the call upon the adjutant general of the Tennessee nntian n guard for n report as to the nw ber awl equipment of the troops o hat Ktatc RENOUNCES TH THRONE IVriUnnnit Tnkrn Oath That He nnd Ills Future Wife ItrRnnl ThlrJ- liirrliiiin IIM MorKnnntic Vienna Tuna 2DThc Archiluke 1IIi1 Ferdinand the former heir to the throne and nephew of the em perorj nt tiro Hofburg Thursday iin the pr+ aiihoo of the emperor arch dukes ministers nnd state dignitaries tool a formal oath that he and his futnro wffo the Princess Chotok will both ngjrtl tlicit inarrinm + ns mor ganatic Consequently his wife will never as ewer thy position of cmpross nod the cbi Id rcu by their marriage will Hove cnimthe right of succession Thooatli wns admnllstereil with h prewilvs vet emony Count Golucho ski the minister of foreign ntTflirs rend Jho documents The archduke then Advanced to n crucifix on the table end placed Lila fingers on the testament which was hell 1I y the cnrdinnI nrchbishop After taking the oath the archduke signed the doe uments The marriage will occur Sunday Musing on Torrnrd Coiinn lc London Juno OAdlcnhero from Prnhsu Ashanti under cut rent dot any tho telegraph line has beet reopened to Prnlisu and th Col Wlleooks force will n owe Imme dintily Col Uurroughs with Sou men is expected to reach Uekwnl in two days The rebellious Ashanrls are reported to be In strength non r Fonienj Avhero severe lighting iis ex pcetcd Vfllur Tlnilirr Purelinite Hintpnfw Va knit IGeorlre W Tkirrlakjwf of Dunbar Ja has re centlyfilurQhnsed from the Keystone Luinl ui+ rand 3iuinga n trnot of qol ntlfyj of timber land in Webjtor thU state paying S03000 Nenrly au the tract is undcrluid with cool f atnja ot OnUUokh Denil New fkl1l1no Ilnmu8 H1 Mu r rill stryytrt rs mayor of Oshkosh Will ditlsuddrttly n1 the Jlmberley- QpnltS9trhoul 1K K 128Ui Btrectt lliuratlBy morning of upnnlcxy II tJf frftypeGiGftTrCrts trCkCrr Crfr4cti CrTrC fiCotrlrCt tlrtrSck c rG IYRRu INTERESTING STATE NEWS s aJ r SItI M PREPARING FOR THE TRIAL W A Taylor and Olinrlm IInlrr Are Aunieit on AVHiip c AVnnlrU lit Frankfort Ky Frankfort Ky June 29The de tense In the eases of Henry Youtney and the other dcfundantH whose trialH on the charge of complicity In the as misstnation of Win Soebel will lho culled at Georgetown July B have wmanyitnessesiin the trials Among those for whom subpoenas have been issued nt the in stones of the defense are Win S1ay lor and exSecretary of State Chas Fide now nt Indianapolis The issuance of this process brings up the unique question of wittier n witness run be extradited nnd wheth er the defense under the circum stances would be entitled to n continuance on account of their absence should n continuance he demanded on that ground All of the witnesses vho testified nt the application of W 1 t CuHon another of the suspects for boil recently vere recognized and put under bond to appear as witnesses nt Georgetown in July but SherilT Suter tunic no for been unable to serve subpoenas on several of the most im portant among them REVEALED IN COURT Jlorrllilr TrvntniPitt of nil AKPI Ne 0gro Wlio Vnt Allcrivnrdu endaDenton Ky Jute 30The three Greer brothers ore on trial here for the murder of nn aged Negro lust February WltnericH testified that the brothers farce 1 the old man at the point of n pistol to drink whisky and wine until he was liojielcssly in toxicated While drunk they bent him with heavy whip until he was Kenseleae They would revive him by burning him They finally drove oil with him In a wagon To witnesses who asked them to leave him clone they said they meant to finish hits The next morning the old fellow was found with his neck broken hanging neronH n fence The only defense offered by flat brothers was that they wore drunk TlinnvnnilN of IOBH Lot WHlianiHburg Ky July 2TUIII bemen in this section are mystified over the disappearance of thousands of logs naid to be coming down the CumltflWIJ1t lntatrs rjlay lo7mwte5s PgrlfmlirSviro flashed to mill men lucre and et ISurnsidi saying that n big tide WHH coming and bringing with It runny logs Neither the tide nor the lea have yet put in their appearance although 24 hourti overdue Gangs of men were 8tnti fllCl along nil the booniH nt n corsldernble oust and men were sent up stream to ride the Jogs down but nc logs were found Cor loniitn ItefinlHltloit Jlonorcil firsthth states of Kentucky and Indiana honorrline llecklmms requisition for the occurredn xtrnt dition of Wm Webb who IH under ar rest nt Louinvllle cad is wanted for trial nt Krniihvllle hid on n charge of gn nd larceny Und to Cut tile DOKH Throat Junction City Ky July 1Alibi Singleton aged 0 hud n narrow esonpe from death The child wns playing in tho front yard whn n large bulldog entered and sprang on him fastening Nit fangs in the boys neck His ngoI nixed screams brought help butt the dug bung on and would not loose Its told Finally the bensts throat was eat from cur to ear nnd the little fllow watt rescued almost dead lie is In a critical condition x o 1ny for Taylor Solillrrn Frankfort Ky Tune InGov Iteekhnm refuiseil to approve accounts for services of tit Taylor militia dcrInrrdngovernor till the evacuationa of th troops after the decision pf the suo premi court The whole sum claimed in wilarleH aggregated upwards of 50000 Xntv a Keilprn Judge Louisville Ky July 1lIon Wm 1L Holt former chief justice of the Kentucky appellate court was Satur day sworn In an judge of the federal court for the now district of Porto liendJuly assume now duties till October 1tTheir rimt MrctlnK Greenup Ky lane lODr John L HobbiuH of Carter county met Miss Felice V Antereld of New York City by appointment and were married It Wits their first meeting und this Is the fourth marriage for the dos tor Toiuint Stabbed Him Wlnohester Ky June 301Y 0 Hnsklns a prominent farmer was stabbed pcvcrnl times in the breast and poiiaps fatally wounded by a tenant on Ills form nnmoil Gorrl Iln had a fllfilculty with Gorrl over tht settlement of an account Guts to Princeton niehmond y June g0Prof WH lltnn J lo tr lrt who has occupied the chair of ohomlHtrj In Central unlvenlty has roaltfiied to uccept the chair of analytical Tjhutnlstry nt Princeton univerulty r C SHOT THE LIGHTS OUT The Unnt Then Tackled the Coati Honor Door and Afterward n CireaTrninV- flliamnburg Ky July 2n un known gang of men early Saturday morning came into town nnd with rlcJlAIttll n of thorn on the disabled list Nohowtbig title fun they entered the court house unit shot nt the lights and trout doors apparently enjoying the crash of tin bullets as they fattened them selves on the heavy Iron After n good part of the town wag in darkness they repaired to the rim road and ns till Sells d flrny circus trout was passing through for Jclltcaii gave it n volley which may have been opeDtillaroused by the fusillade in whfcli fully 100 shots were fired ARRESTED IN VIRGINIA Koliert IVonlfH Another Corlirl Sit pest Cnpdtrril Wan Formerly u Cnnlalii of Mllltlu- Ilarboursville i Ky July 1Robert Noiiks for whom a requisition was suspectin a sassination line wired friends here that he was arrested at Norton Vatf Saturday morning Noaks was formerly of Corbln Hill was captain of a military company The report sent out Saturday morning that Xoaka was in Tennessee teas incorrect air cordingto this dispatch t An Kstrn S HMOII Prohnlilr t Frankfort Ky July 1CurtT t Itcckham will in a few days IIssie writs of election for the tilling of three vacancies in the tVniJc and one vacancy in the lower house of the legislature The elections will be held in the counties where the vacancies exist the latter part of July or first of August This netioa on the part of Joy liccklmin in taken ns an un inistnkabli indicntion that the gov error Intends to cull nn extra session of the legislature some time in Au i gust or early In September It is sup posed the session is to be called to consider proposed mOllification of the election law and minor state matters Dentrnctlve Electrical Storm PlneviHe Ky June 30Tbts lx+ rt of this state was wetted by uecro= eplseportcd 4 Kentucky In Leslie and Clay coon ties houses were blown down much forest destroyed and live stock killedhA If the mountain streams ore on a rampage and ninny snwlogs aro flow Ing It Is reliably stated that fur ther up the Cumberland river fn liar linn county all crops are completely destroyediSnvpil Uy InHNrrliy Willlnmstown Ky July 2Wurll has been received here that Mrs II A Shnw wife of the representative ofithe Continental Tobacco Co in i section barely seeped drowning In Eagle creek Site sunk twice anti WitS going under tune third time when a passerby plunged in and saved her j When n physician arrived she Wl114 Inn spasmodic condition but by ban work she was brought around all i right She full out of n pleasure boat Mormon tldrr Clubbed i 1inevllle Ky June 2D1 Mormon older passed through lucre en route for Tennessee lie stated to n correspondent that he hind been preaching several days In Leslie county and that the eltixeiiH of thnt county boeninn enraged nnd clubbed him while he Was preaching and he was ordered to leave Ills face and head wore swol len front bruises Krntiipky Chute iitinrd Frankfort Ky July IIn reo sponge to the request of the war de partment nt Washington for tho strength of the Kentucky state guard Assistant Adjt fen Murray Saturday morning sent In the following re eport Iiegiments 3 companies 3C bntterios 1 authorized strength 3f 00 actual strength a104 uni formed men 1000 In 20 companies ante 3lonrx to StrmiRrrn Lancaster Ky lane 30 James Lit term wealthy farmer was approach ed by two strangers who sold they could make several hundred dollar II they had 52SO more Mr Lltteral went at once to the bank drew the mosey out gave it to tthe strangers They have not been seen since Suit for DnnmKCN Louisville Ky July 1Clnnllf IT Smith tiled snit for 10000 damage against 1 S Minor n widely known contractor He charges that Whllu ho was calling on Minors widowed daughterinlaw the defendant attack ed him anti threw him out of tho house A ClouilhiiiMt tit flpiipva- Henderson Ky lame 2DA tele phone message from Geneva six miles south of Henderson reports a caudaa burst there The roadways warn set oral feet under water and linpotsihlo of passngclbw bridges r oro wiifhod away and fencing Uestrnyi AivnllH Result of Woiiinl- Cnluniliia 1Ivy June letThe cxnm lninp trial of loo Alkiiu for shooting Cbarltis Kinglcy at SpnrlrsylHuI last J week vns ooutlnned until Saturday to nwnlt the result of JCtntfltiya wounds AHiiaii Is In jail pFi l i t- t 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER Ueorgo Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JULY 0 1900 f EIQOV JAS B McOREARY says he is not and will not be a candidate for goy ernortttt A IT takes a mighty blind Democrat uot to see that trostiam and Imperialism areal f vital issues of the political campaign of 1900 wttttPRESIDENT MoKlXLKY has been exw pelted from a trades council In Chicago because he is a candidate for political office Poor Mack 4 ttttf JOE PARKER has Issued a call for his faction of the Populist party the fac tion opposed to Bryan to meet in Louis it1 yule August let to nominate a candi date for Governorhtttt a Jons G WOOLLEY of Illinois and Harry B Metcalf of Rhode Island on were nominated for President and Vice to s President by the Prohibition National j Convention last weck1Jj tttt TIrE wars In South Africa China and to the Philippines have been great aids in the dissemination of geographical knowledge but tho cost of the tuition is an out of proportion to the knowledge gain ed tttt J SENATOR HOAR says it would take an earthquake to induce McKinley to callvi an extra session just before tho election Hoar may be old and wandering but he of i can recognize a fact when he Fees one all the same t t tVTilE author of Iu His Steps the to s Rev Sheldon gave evidence last win ter of seeking notoritey Now he is in the thick of politics a candidate for Vice President on the United Christian party ticket tttt Gov BECKHAM bas refused to p1or claims aggregating perhaps fiOOOO tor the pay of soldiers called out by Taylor I to chose tJle Legislature through the btntts and to prevent the arrest ot the Goebel assassins tt- t t t tDIi WITH a Presidential campaign tho Chinese antiforeign revolt the South African war and the Philippine Insur I rightIL rlme ipfonship of baseballcttttTILE critical point in the next election is New York which Is absolutely nec essary to both parties But Roosevelt as a Republican nominee for Governor 4wouldstand a better chance of carrying that State than as nominee for Vice President I ttttnTHE word compounds which is used frequently in the dispatches from China means an enclosure In that country i I and in Japan it in customary to build walls around factories business houses f and residences for protection and these are known as compoundstttt ADJT GEN CORBIX says all the volun teers now in the Philippines will be mus tered out and returned to this country on Juno 30 1001 the time under tho law I when their terms of service expire ItII is proposed to maintain an army of 40 000 regulars in the islands as long as ro J I quired tttti HON J D BUCK seems to be developing considerable strength in this sec Wo notice that the HopttnsvllleI I 1tlon and the Henderson Glean J er and the Murray Ledger have lately y s come out for him and against Beckham All these have been strictly regular democratic papers for many years ttttI MR BOUItKE COCHRANB remark that under the present Republican doctrine tho President might be a constitutional ruler only in the original republic Is- M one that is very suggestive Victoria is Queen of England and Empress of In dia Are we to have William McKin ley President of the United States King of the Philippines and Porto Rico and I Emperor of China CourierJournal ttttTHE CourierJournal has no candidate I for Governor or for any other office It will support any good man the Demoi I crats may select But it sounds this I warning note in time because it knows whereof it speaks to be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth If the people do their part it has no fear r i iofthe result If they hold buck God 11helpthem and God help the Common wealth ICourier Journal ttttr TilE Republicans are going to make decided efforts than over before to d1Iplacethis State in their ranks next November It will require tho strong ef e 1 fort of a united Democracy to meet 4 them face to face and convince them I that tho old Commonwealth shall not depart from the true faith There may be issues and issues but the ono groat issue of which tho Democrats should not lose sight is IIARMONY t i JII V I + c r5 LOCAL NEWS Read tho Council proceedings The hog law is ngain in force I How did you spend tho Fourth The base ball fever Is still raging i our midst A number of our citizens spent tho Fourth In Union City Dlackberris are now on thu tho big crop Is ripening The lucky man Is tho man W 1 108eMD e3had grasps his opportunity XThe HIckman market Is overloads a homegrown egctnblcsafJic Some men are unable to understand they cant understand thingsan It Is easier to take things UR the come than to part with them as they goj The rainy season will soon be ove but alas I the political season is just J Ilun1mOblon river is said to be higher than has been at this season of the year since 1853 j Uncle Felix Pierce a proiufnent of Obion Tenn died last week fro stroke of paralysis aged 79 eursalA woman who wears a stuffed bird the her hat is liable to a tine of from ez and fob by a law recently gassed by the fair Legislature of Arkansas A large number of Methodist min and lay delegates passed through the city Tuesday enronto to TiptonvUlo cd attend District Oonferencoclr Tho spots now seen on tho sun It is said indicate hot weather of unusualI pled Intensity during July and August with increased warm period during September i and October ate a Tiptonvillo Press With tho Hon Itionj O Harris to do the bruin work an 1TheHon Rico A Pierce to present our ol lm 9will Congress the Hlokman S Tipton tteal levee Is an assured sum j Everybody has his turn In theconrsoI to time The school boys and girls have recently had their Inning iu time newspapers and now it is the baseball cranks interests are being looked after old and will continue to be for several days The come be ter Every Democrat in Fulton county ii 9Leturged to remember the date of the proen1 A TI 14th 11am11Uthrotes to the State Convention whic V10th1 of A now post office rule has just gone Into effect imposing a tine of etJCJ or one the years imprisonment on any one who through carelessness or otherwise takes nail not belonging to them from the illlco and fails to return it at once lhl8Ito newspapers as well as letters mitt and other mall The Agricultural Department nt Washington Is authority for the statement that since 1837 the selling value of horses has declined from an average off is tj2 to 448 and that the value of other live stock mules milch cows and have also declined from 30 to 4Uto per cent That is what tho republican j legislation has done for tho former Ex All the liars are not out West The Mobile News says an artist in that citITItpainted a dog so natural that tho ant jU mal had hydrophobia during the hot weather Hes the same says the Press who painted a copy of a beer bottle with such skill that tho cork flew out i just as he was finishing it and after h ho painted a picture of his first baby so life like that it cried and his wife spanked it before she discovered ty her mistake I The Madlsonvillo Graphic offers the following sensible advice which is just now on the eve of the campaign quite opportune It will be but a short time until tho country will bo troubled with tho campaign liar who will be ready to start any kind of a report and to tell i any kind of a lie upon his opponent or on tho party of which he is not a member 1 The man who will tell a ho ngIlUf a campaign or who will repeat ono that is started by another knowing it to bean untruth Is a dangerous man to eo clety This campaign liar ought to be shot and no doubt would be hut as it happens the law will not justify the actt AWiHfrej V McConnell Winfrey V McConnell son of tmS- late Sam McConnell died at the homo of his uncle R Y McConnell in Fulton County Sunday July 1st at 030 ofvb struction of the bowels aged 1C yea rMIs Tho internment took place at Mt n Cemetary funeral services being co ducted by his pastor Rev A C roog1ve Notwithstanding his youthful ago ho has given his heart to God and was a de vout member of the Methodist Church It Sated Ills Leg P A Douforth ot LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightm- running j sore on his leg i but writes th Bncklens Arnica Salve whOlly curedL it in live days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salvo in tho world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all drug Kstst fKnights of Kadosh On Monday night last Supremo izer G T Kenning completed his ell hero with the following list of officer Jr Past ChancellorH F Remley ChancellorMilton B Shaw VlceOhancellorPaul Davis Recorder D E Wilson Treasurer B F Shaw Master of Anns Bon Hertweck Guard Wes Adams Watchman H J Williams ChaplainEld L W Russell TrusteesJ W Wilson Mat Johnson W P Johnson There are fiftytwo names on tho ter list among them some of our lead business and professional men TI Kadosh Billy must havo been in ono his very best moods judging from tho smiles on the faces of those who present TimE big battleship Oregon is tWit ashore CO miles off Takn China Insides em pierced by the rocks The oflcl fear for the ships safety t now TO WIN i Other Democratic Papers FallllI ing in Line With the News tFrouiPadncatiNewsnThe NKWS was the first Democratic IeGoebelIIe etti party Wo were assailed when wr the courage to do it by n number orI J papers In tho State but not single paper undertook to answer our 11 Now the entire Democrat press of time State with hero and then exception hay taken tho same posi 8alllllllIIjI Goebel for tho nomination anti insisted Electionr j bo made a part of the platform last I year In addition to tho almost universal J demand for n harmony candidate There U also a general desire among fearm11 tutee of the election removedl iII Tho original purpose orII election law was to remove frnulbII secure honest tau elections and aII division of officers In many n I specta tho present law U a bettor law than the old ono that placed unlimited power in tho hands of a county judge II often such an unsafe man to bo 01 trust Iii with such responsibility Tho groat raised bv those who were pits vented from pivrpotratiug frauds cou with tho misrepresentations of those opposed to tho election law as it plank iu the platform combined to en 1 a prejudice against tho law based InII great degree on ulna lack of Inform 1 I coming democratic convention probably speak out iu favor of rod amendments to the election late i removing the features that have pro11It I be n source of discord iu tho arty Thopoad features should be and will 110II regained and seals important ahnugii should bo wade in the sections of flu law not amended by tho Goobel bill new law can with some ohangt made mm partisan nod infinitely bettt than the old one it be understood that tho DOU1UI are anxious and willing to relUlII the defects in our ballot system andl thYhto do so as speedily an possible itthis source of discord removed andI leader free from any outanglauieuu I the past nod the way is clear to a TV united party and tv sweeping victory iu tall Jlopklmvillo Iviuitwoklnn The Toner of Trunlw Tho Democratic Congressional Oem PC as an offset to the cry of pro perity which is ringing out from thII headquarters of the Republican 1i tloual and Congressional Committee preparing torn wide circulation uf literature lu support of the eouteut oci a generally higher level of prYcijs consumers of all kinds of prodats has been brought about through the operations of trusts is pointed out lu tho lltoraturv that being prepared for distribution that tho Democrats when In power brought about a revision of tho tariff law end under the Wilson law several uf thee trusts went out of uxUtouca and others were not formed The Republican par again came into power again rotund the revenue laws under the dictation of the trusts and within twelve months attar tho Dingle law was passed more trusts were organized than hail sect boo fore existed lu tho history of the United States That the Republican party WM not opposed to these combination w shown by tho tact that more than oue of theirI Cabinet officers were pub licly charged with being themsdvea violators of tho law against and of bOo lug attorneys nod directors of these il legal corporations The leodurs of the party have from tho first attempted to explain that there are no trusts in the United States but that all tho large ago gregations of capital are merely harbln gets of prosperity y fThe Appetite of n Moat envied by11 whose Stomach and- o Liver are out ororuer But such should Pillsna splendid appetite sound digest lion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and grout energy Only itfc at all drug stores Extra Legislative Session theatamendment of the present election law of tho state to got tho Stato Convention when it assembles at Lexington oti July i 10 next to adopt a resolution willing on Gov Beckham to convene tho Icgifllu ture in extra session for tho purpose ofanr Inn1 I order thatI theI Ilaw as amended may be in operation at the November 01w tion The promoters of tho extra swwjon idea that It Is In tho interent MJlOclalnomination but in order to have the fall I fuctorywetttlawL pruwisesto IroilllingTurkeytocountry on earth fAlatelygardenwre+ 1 audfumllyis the way ho worded It I hereby can foroverofadsthanany r i iji4 T h IMUS1 VOKK OH STAHVK Tiirlc Stun Will No Longer Fuel Indo lent Porto HIctiiiH limo War Dt mrtuienthns received nu interesting report from General Davis RicoItin nwultiiiK from tho efforts of the United States to maintain tho in landers through their consequent paver ty anti suffering Referring to the foodl isriutxl by this governmont to tho un lived Jon DAVIS says fists natives have bimomv imbued with time bullet that the United Status 119 to supply food robnllll tllllr lmouses 11111 give thom nil time necessities of life for nn indefinite period It seams im possible to mnko them understand that the nut was iuteuileil to tide them ovum and help thrni ncovtr from the gnat disaster They setup lndlsi ONe l to ro plant thoircropri nod when January 1 1900 arrived tho date fixed for UIKCOII tinning food issuw tho evidence of suf fering was RO great that 1 was forced to recommoiid its coutlnnenco Time amount of food issued however was reilucecl as tar nu was compatible with actual need nutll 760000 was npproprl ate l for work that a largo number of nllltIltTllthoof 100000 rations dally U now being Is sued however Should all applications be considers favorably tho Issues would probably amount to nearly ono half n million nitons each tiny at n cost of fMOOO1hnRO Issue are pauperizing the eople nail instilling lu their minds time idea tint they have only to refuse to work to bo supported by this meut Iu of UovornII len relief Supplies should not Porto Hico in time future nUll ftlwuld be furnished uo longer to time j larger mind mon llro1llt1roUII planters but only to smaller ones and to thwo for only n short thud longer 0i11 Davis recommends action no cording to tluwo views BUll accordingly the Secretary of War lists direottsl him to ctxwo the distribution of rations in Porto Rico July 16 stud give early no lift of this Intention so that nil cut wns IIIBV understand tho imeoesslty of making othor nrrangomattt them now wxwt Warm mirroa Cm may lbe dull this mmmur CongruM has adjourned list 00Ibull club has IMHII taken from them Nothing ill left txo pt to sleep stint tall LIVERY STABLE OPIHH1TK R It UKIHJT i j i i I i J J H POLLOCK Propr I Fir t claw turnout iHiKgie + tturrwy earringsafe t am fx UunUHnerx I II served with turty sad lolitonteat Pa trunngo olinited lelephiMie 10 oath Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSmSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Ei e Call and see our Stook IEvery- thing up to dllteII MAnY BBHKXDKS CoII iII I BufctefciSuc- cesior I I III to Wm Dleilelbrlnk- URAtRE tr Fancy jlrocojics and Provisions H1CKHAN KBNTUOKY IFRBE DELIVERY a Tolopliono Store No 01 Bus idonce No 00 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY MIVEME A TIlIALwIicn you wanl UlackJlmllhlo done or repair In tY algae dec lIorulbolnJ a specially I also keep a full line o- fUndortakorn Goods 9ComlDoD ItoiewooJ and HollJ husk Walnol Cofflns Rod eRin which can be filled up In short notice and at r aion 11aLle prices Give uia n call J5 Shop near the Jail r i rJ 7 I Jer Ucnubliruu Dcfccllon Tho juoritiK amid the abuse leveled by tho MoKinloyittM at tho iiutl lni orlnll it Iloublloana inny contain some comfort for the Presidents followers nt tho pres eat moinunt It Is extremely likely however that this comfort will be hick lug on election tiny Unless nil signs tall tho work of the AntMinportnlitt League will be felt nt tho polls to ft do grco thnt will entitle this protesting or Knnlzntion to u very considerable sham of tho credit for defeating tho Intpcrinl 11 cnudldnto for 1renident sad for hold rug the Oovernmont truo to tho prin ciples upon which Its Knmtnm and its safety depend Farmers Free Column Under this bonding will henmfter IHJ published notices not to exceed U llnttl each from fiinners who are oubsarib productsLand for Sale 13 acres 1 Mouse a bnrns 1 toimcuoo barn t utoak bnru goodlyonuf oralmnl goat tvellt lies 8 udlu IIOnflHlR8t of Gayoe For further infortnntlon nd dross JOHN W OAMPHHIL Ouyoo Ky BQMtlk Mow with flu yountt calf for Snlu Apply to a L HodK For little Twp Roller Coulters Apply ton U WALKHK Mixed PaintsSS- Ve I cktthave added to our large t OF I PA T TT lEitt n complete lino ot Rcutly Mixed Paints j ALL COLORS SEEL- timl guaranteed to bo of the BUST QUALITY UOVUIIJI UUVUIIJIJ UItUGIIHIhl I fi= 4 ot 1 Bread rIIB TIIK STAFP OI LIFE uP To ttwr GOOD FRESH BREAD + CIIC Jo ggBakBrg I- Jew llrctut Cakes and Pica Bnkcd Daily tt J 1I1UQUAnlll1nH lOIl i Tropical and Domestic Fruils Fine Chocolates f 1 and Candies Cigars and Tobacco jJ I IiIi iltiilt 1 i 77- i MM4 iYotir PatnHinge Solicited Tell+ phoae your Ordcrn to V9 r j New City Bakery UM SSUOJJCQoRing Rge The Best in the World I You Cannot Milks n HlNlaU- cla BuyIng Qae gf these Ranges I One of Us Strongest 1olnta IB Its P ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Makes Biscuits In 4 Minutea Light Bread In 40 Mlnntci Buying n Mojofltlo nionna n Illo time of Economical Oooklng mill and Kxaitilue Them Youll liny no Oilier 2 2w aaaVA2D HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lN1A11T1111U3I 1FIS1S 1 TOM DILLON Sr ProprIt mecrr tell C namII shed Marble and Granite Monuments OURBING I STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c o Hiokman BZy TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in thiai I linei of business ut Union City Tonn and carry nt all times a largo and wellus sorted stockof Good and Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit u TRIAL ORDER W WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFERDRAIt Sm I amt enabled to sell anti hereby oiler you Pour Whiskeytoreatisaatory r Tints in a most liberal offer and I await your orders Yt R TYEDSTEK 7 wyj 0 cwt l i oMIr llHllrond Time Table N 0 St L R R LEAVES AIlIUVKHi- Tf l No 63 I hiTrIDI I p of f fLocal andd Personal n I Sho has no dog tto fondle Sho has no cat to pot t parrotShe paperToHut she can get up dishes Her husband likes to eat inNashvilleMM Fay Noo Is veiling Mrs Emma Htophoim Walter Lane of Luxoru Ark is in the city fits week Miss May Glenn of Tiptonvilio Is visiting in lllukmim Miss Huttiu Bulls loft Sunday for Cairo HI to volt re iitlveE ClaseRev J II Evans U attending Din I riot Conference at Tiptonvilio tbiHI weekhI rI Miwrn Anon Qlllum and WKMO O1tythlHMIst ss Llllio und Olgu Johanson of Mound City ure guoaUi ot Miss Linda Hunxlakur The plouMiiroluM plonlo Is an old friend und thu ralnlwn ptunlo is duo to urrlvo soon Mr A W Ltndriuy Is In KHIMKUI City this week attending thu National Dum a retie Gonvantlqn- fZT Buck IIH 11110 k Como und trade with himho will tnt you to u gloss of ModuUolwr I OmnIWwirn left Sunday for ite City III utter a plcnwnt visit to hilIjitiront In this aUtHer J T a Collins aged about mII ywira one of the oldest and bant Iwjoved MlnUU rK of this section is dead Mr S D Lutan and wife and MM Link Luttroll lull Sunday on the steam IT Suiwlilnt for n trip to Olnoll1lmUI I Roy K It liraiiKfonl of ColumbuK Ky filled ors pulpit ut time MothocllAt- UllUroh Sunday morning nUll night DIT JustJ roflftlvinl n big stook of now SodnInov Ur Joncri of Jooktwui Teun wl pnmoh at tho Methodist Church nlKhtIhorybody Never in thu recollection of tho old eit inhabitant haul there been HO much tutu at thin MUbon of the your W 1 jYexm certainly wo have Wall Paper in utook Wo also have u brautlful line of impUs for special orders WILSONS HOOK STUHK Hunnlngoi Humboldt ramminstituted a lorfgo of tho of Kudorih In this oil Monday night with IS2 momborK The average poIitiolanNt dread of tho countrys future can nlwa Ix ro movcd by electing him to an ollieu our tying a good salary lllnhop Morrison of On mud n awn her of jirunohorn and dclegutiM passed through Hlakmun Tuesday on thulr way to the District ConfertuKe of tho- M B Church at Tiptonvilio For Nalv A Ilmoton and good gentle fatally horse for sale Very cheap Apply to HAIIKV M ELLISON t Lookout toys An ordinance wan I lntroduoi in the City Council Monday night prohibiting the use of sling shots air guns blank cartridge pistols eta within tine llmitH of tho city The toys hud butter mako a note of this Dr Alux A Pnrh went to St Louis this week called thoro to see Mim Doni Smith a teacher in Hiukman College who is seriously III nt tho SU Louis Hap list Sanitarium Ho reports Miss Smiths condition favorablo and her rcstonition r tulxlaith probablu in u few weeks Curuthnrsvillo Domoorut A specialI torts of circuit court will bo held on July 17th for the purpose of trying H Oro + gon for tho murder of Louis DoMlt- wurt Strong legal talent is re presumed on ouch lido of this case and it will bo ono of the strongest and brightest legal ImttloH over fought in this county It won his llrst visit to his old homo after an ulwenco of twenty years Hero are my initials and thoso of u girl I mar ried out In tho bark of tho old beech tree and still plain to bo seen after nil these years How littlo did 1 think ho PIM II the last time I saw those lot tors that I would ho married four tunes buforu seeing them again Tho little county impor says an uxahango Is tho best paper in tho world No other contains tho news of tho mar riages und deaths that occur in tho com munity no other relates tho incidents happening before tho doors of the vil lagers no other gives the time of the nod ball picnic or political meeting no other discusses the affairs of tho town and county tho arrival of now goods on the merchants counters or of a new hot on tho editors desk Without u psalm thu town that has always had ono would feel lost indeedFor Rout A nice now dwelling house centrally located Apply to COUIIIKK OFFICE Mr Goo Buck took u picnic party to tho head of Island No 0 Wednesday in his little gasoline launch where they pont tho glorious 4th in eating drink ing und merry making Before going to tho plonio grounds they took u trip up the OlJlon river about six miles enjoylllJt tho beautiful scenery along this plctur Quo littlo stream Tho party consist ed of CupL buck in command with Max Powell at tho helm Mr and MrtJan C Wearn Misses Mabel and Inez Reeves llonier Green Wlllio May und Henrietta Weurii Arch Hertwcck Willie Widdlo M Albert Knoerr Hugh Saunders and Mas 4cm Duello Wenrn and nu h Reeves I I Jasper Edwards Dead Mr Jasper Edwards one of the most honorable and highly respected citizens Fulton County died on his farm on Dyersburg road Sunday last of thatI dreaded disease consumption It has boon known by friends and acquaintanc es that ho could not live but u short lima and therefore his death was no sur pries Ho was one of our best tanners art honorable upright citizen a kind husband and loving father Uod help thu bereaved yThreshing JUgM ror fuel We have 2 complete Threshing Rigs that can bo bought cheap Engine and Separator in trim for doing good work S K O W JOHNSON Oaycu Ky Korsie D Shankle Dead Mr Korxlo D Shunklu whoso homo was in Huntington Tonn died in Hick man at thu homo of his brothur in law lder Russell pastor of thu Haptist hurch Monday morning last Ho died of tho disease prevailing in this section pronounced by most ljKople to bo small In addition ho had weak lungs ad tho consumption and because of this wax n moro ready victim to tho oth or disease Ho hud been visiting in Hiokmnn three or lour weeks und it is not known that ho came in contact with anylwdy or anything by which the dls eusu could bo communicated Ho hind nasty attention that good physicians and good nurses could render Tit young man WIIH ghoul 21 had just llnixhed imps oourco in school way n mombor of triO Methodist Church and enjoyed the loss honor and respect of thu eoplo amongst whom ho lived Thu deepest sympathy is utcnded lops aged mother who was constantly with him through this loaf dreadful Illness and to all imps relatives In their md iKjreavoineut Health of Hickman It IB true Unit tho gonorul health of the Hoplo of Hlakmun und lie lininvdlnto surroundings IH good und perhajn never hotter Tho Doctors have boon eom pani livelyl umimployod It te also true that for U or 8 inontiw pant sporadic eases of H disease tliul KOIIIU good phy HlduiM pronounce small pox and what other good physicians say is not small pox There has hover existed lint few oomtrt at uny ono time and tho largo ma jority IU in very mild form u good rum her not taking their beds ou account of it There bare been three tenths from thv disease one negro and two white mull Uui luttur young men of wad k lungs which it is said mado them tho moro ready victims Thoro may bo same now cases in Hickmin todbutIf HO tho Courier is not advised of such Tits in a plain statement of truth und K op1a outside of Hickman may depend upon It Krlrk lor Male Apply to ono HEIITWECK at Hickman Wagon Factory REASON WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN THE KNIGHTS OF KADOSH Tho rate of payment is low Payments lire mado monthly Moutons havo thirty days in which toI IlIay Accident Honolit for broken urm or log Accident Benefit for leas of eye hand limo Knights of Kndosh do not operate in unhealthy lowilitius Pct Qipila tax for Supreme Council only Irn ttnt per wientA or foot Tho rate of luwessmont does not in crease but remains tho sauce us at the ago of entry Twenty years membership exempts members from time payment of per capita tat and Local Council Ituti Time reserve plan Insures tho iHirmn nunoy of time ItnightH of Kndcwli und guaninteus u maximum number of pay ments The knights of Kndosh reserve can not become depleted by speculation in real ohUito It shall bo invested in Reg istered United States Bonds A member mummy safely pay any num ber of payment in advance OH provision is mado for return of tho used portion to him or his beneficiary upon withdrawal or death Tho Supreme olllccrs of tho Knights of Kadosh are well known business und professional men of high standing who ago not dependent on the order for a livelihood and who have ample timo to devote to its interests rime Knights of Kudosh is tho lending order sting bonelits for lrssof limbs and sight and also for death tho best tho world affords for tho money Join tho Knights of Kadosfi for tho benefit of thoso dearest to you and for for your own futurn happiness and com fort A L nOCKINUI toUwith outrting and beard trimming Shampoo nnd dying given especial atttention if you ap preciate prompt und careful attention together with neatness and dispatch Hocklngs is tho place You assume no rlakwhen you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea remedy Cowgill Cowgill Hiokmnn and A M Shaw State Lino will refund your money if you are not satisfied after using it It is everywhere admitted to bo tho most successful rom edy in use for bowel complaints and tho only ono that ever fails It Is pleasant auto and reliable According to a decision of tho Ken tucky Court of Appeals if out annoys n dog while tho annual is eating nnd gets bitten as a consequence tho victim is guilty of contributory negligence and cannot recover damages rTo T iWickllffoa loom Italian Yeoman Time Illluota Central and time M 0 II H companies have perfected an agreement for building a fine union de pot at Wioklitro That town seem sn to be entering upon a veritable boom This week an arrangement was sealed whereby the place is to secure a very important establishment backed by n large capital An Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa nut Grove PIn says there has been oJulio IIU epidemic of diarrhoea there Ho hud a severe attack and won cured ill four doses or Chamberlains Colic Cholera Iud Diarrhoea remedy He al so says ho recommended it to otimc and they say it in the lest inedioinn they ever used For sale by CowRill Cow III Hickman until A M Shaw State Lute druggists abEE LINK MONOPOLY Hut What Cnn You dolbout lit The now Madrid Missourian says Time first thing time Lei LUte Com pany dill whoa tho opposition boatsI withdrew was to extend its mouopolis tic tentacles and get control of all ship ping and receiving warehouses along tho river and thereby increase its power and compel shippers and merchants to patronize them iii preference to all1 old warehousemen who hud been in thus business for years Of course freight rates and warehouse charges have been increased also T S Digges who lias hail n warehouse hero for thirty years and who while tho opposition boats were running transacted the business of the Len Line and worked for their latenttn has boon compelled to quit business as tho Leo Line havo taken their huMiinut from him mud are run ning u warehouse of their own And the saute timing is being done all aloe tho river If there was ovum a ing monopoly time Leo halite Company is one While In Town Gflll in at E E Reeves Gos and set BuggyYoungof Both young ladle and mar tied Indies uroHjxjciallyI invited II Was It n Miracle t I Tho marvelous euro of Mrs Rona J Stout of Consumption has created in tense excitement in Cammauk IiuV writes Marion Stuart a leading drug gist of Mutate Ind She only weighsji 90 pounds when her doctor in YorktownI said she must soou die Then she began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery andI gained 87 pounds In weight and W completely cured It has oured thous ands of hopeless cases and is ponitlvuly guaranteed to euro nil Throat Chest amil LUIIK diseases 60o and 8100 Trial bet- ties free ry nil drugsto- resPublic I Notice Thu firm of Ledford Rogers having been dissolved Mr J W Rogues Uncle Jack desires notice given that ho to gather with Mr Cue Throlkold has bought thu stock of J M Witting and added thereto an immense stock of fresh j grocurius and that undor the tams name of Rogers Thrulkeld they will run u WittingStandand Cue will welcome old customers anIII friends and as ninny now ones its may kind enough to call We keep any beII everything in our plus rTime Acgro In the South thefollowingThaw or four Southern delegates to the African Methodist Episcopal Gen oral Conference in session hero were on dlscusqlngU condltlonone of their number who said Tim colored man up hero can ride on stret ears railroad cars attend theaters oU without discrimination but when nothIlligell+ tJlt in u tow isolated cases but to carry time hod and do porter work Down tradesWersare open to us Up North all trucks aro SunilSouthdi Timinulion in tho way of public con veyances theaters etc but wo arc not rwtricted in tho world of industry Really I 1 look upon tho condition of our poop up hero as being far worse than in herotHden to make money Crop Conditions Drouth in tho Northwest extensive rains in tho South too much rain in tho Ohio und Mississippi Valleys mark the agricultural record of tho past weekand wheat and cotton crops continue to cons 1mend attention in all business centers Though the spring s meat States still report u most serious condition some rain his fallen und this with tho assur alt of phenomenal winter wheat crops in Kansas Oklahoman Missouri and oth er states tooted to cause wheat to weak en in Chicago and the price to decline Then too the commercial journals have beeu figuring on the wheat supply on hand tho probable loss caused by full ure of tho spring wheat crop and the out 8put of the winter wheat harvest and they reach time conclusion that tho out look now promises u total crop with re Serves equal to tho past years consump tion IlndoXllOrtR Harvesting in the winter wheat States is now at its height and in those west of time Mississippi un der favorable conditions though in Southern Indiana and Illinois excessive ruiiw havo interfered In the Southern Sats harvesting Is over and threshing hi tJ4iitnancod But constant and heavy ruin are delaying thrashing and injur list greatly wheat in the shook iornlilt Male IWhllo and yellow shelled corn in any quantity for sale at Railroad Elevator I aaJellN BRyaNT f MalejFTnff Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cents i iT setting of 13 M L ELLISON POTATO SLIPS For sale I byMats M V WALKEK h STUCK 1EAS FOR SALE I have n largo number of bushels of Stock Yates on hand and can fIll all or den promptly for unbar Whippoorwill ur Cow Paw A oM BIr1W State Line Ky For Sale or Rent II- III IWholo or half interest in Moscow Holler Mills Address C J WORTH S CO 0222t Moscow Kv i Our Grea- tSlipperI Sale HH- AT1 i UNUEARDOF PRICES M- Et have too many Slippers on hands for this sea cWe the year In order to make room for our Fall wo have cut time prices way below cost price to 1make thorn go quickly rWeput them on the BARGAIN COUNTER in erl1nt lots as follows n t Lot Nowero Laco Oxfords prices 1 2nl1ll22 now go at 1 Lot No No2LadiesTansandBlaoksLace 175 now goat L LncooOxfortbjsouie slightly soiled and somo havo pointwl toeall fine ous tom goods nUll wo sold at 150 to 300 All go at once price L thookind that sold for 150 now No 5LndiLtJ Slippers that yere 8 1 JLot lllld j goodS now go nt Lot XTA 6Wo Jiavo mud a mixed lot of Laco J slightly damaged which v6 will sell a 8150ii 110J8c J8c75c 75ci 50cJ 025e f I Baltzer Dodds ttIi Plenty SHOES Left Yet lE5qf298 instead of 400 and 350 in Tan und Russett Calf and Vici Kid Lace and Congress Com mon and Plain Toes BIG BARGAINS a Our 48c and 25c Underwear Good assortment These are not leftovers and odd sizes from last year All FRESH NEW GOODS We Always Have What We Advertise 1 1ii WE WANT YOUR TRADE V CAShIMMEk RF IAGCS cnd W GONS fofileisure1 I and usine35 WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND AT 1i 1i r n i i alIV I FjQ I j They have just received a large assortment of Young Nuts Buggies that are UptoDale They are also agents for the leading Wheat Machinery McCormick Harvesters GaarScott Threshers and Binder Twine CALL AND SEE THEM HICKMAN KY FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds OTTODATE GROCERY 1 FreclClinton T A LEA I0 T Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement Jr I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please my customers My motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered q Bring Your Job Work to This Office CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hero to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try tug to please you than wn old reliable barbers JOHN HICKS II R IVY WILL CROWELL t Joe W UciiiitU II P Hritilrjr I BENNETT REMLEY ATTOKNBYSATLAW o t CourtstSJllClallftho I ties Mr liennettB ofllco will remain in Clinton and Mr Romleys in Illckmmv r M IPR r TIlE MARRIAGE FEAST Joyous Features of the Christian i Religion Clearly Presented t pr TnlninRc Invite the AVhole World to Join In UK Holy Merriment The Weddlnv in Cnnn I Copyright 1900 b Louis Klopsqh A remarkable illustration of the ubiquity of English seaking people is furnished by the rciuests that hay 1reached Dr Talmage in northern Eu rope for a sermon in outofthew places where he did not expect to tin d I u single person who could I liiin There us here lie presents re ligion as a festivity and invites all the world to come as guests and join tin Jts holy merriment text John Ii 10 1 1lhoil hast kept the good wine untilI mow This chapter Iinvites us to a marring Celebration It is a wedding In com I mon life two plain people having pledged each other hand and heart I mid their friends having come in for congratulation The joy Is not the lessI i In cause there Is no pretension In each other they find all the future they want The daisyI In the cup on the t table may mean as much ns a score of I ortlstlc garlands fresh front the hot house When a daughter goes oft from Lore with nothing but a plain fathers lilisslng nod a plain mothers love she is msad UK mueh as though she were n princess It seems hard after the S parents have sheltered her for ISycars that In a few short months her af fections should have been curried oftI1 another but mother remembers t Low it wa In her own case when she was voting and so she braces up unItit the wedding has paused and the banqueter are gone and she has a cry ell alone Well wo lire today at the wedding la Cana of Galilee Jesus and Ills mother hove been Invited It hcvi I Tent that there are more people there than were expected Elthersome peo lilt hare come who were not invited or more imitations have been sent out Jithanl cepted Of eourte there Is not a sumtI cient supply of wine You know tltatnen toft a housekeeper than a scant sUJlplF Jesus sees the cralmrrnMtnent and he comes up immediately to relieve it litIt sees standing six water pots He or tiers the servants to fill them with 1 ratrr then He waves His hand over till water lId Immediately it is wine I1 real wine Taste of it and see for your t selves No logwood in it no strychnine in if but firstrate wine I will not nowhT e diverted to the question so discussed in my own country whether It is right to drink wine I am Itt mrscribing the heenc as It was When God to make wIne He makes the very besti wfhe and 130 gallons of it standing around in these water pots wine 80IIj good that the ruler of the feast tutesII it and says Why this la really btII iltell than anything we have had Thou host kept the good wine until nowIUcautlful miraelel A prize was offered to the person who should write the best essay shout the miracle in Canoc Long manuscripts were presented Inn the competition but a poet won theII prize by just this one line descriptive t of the miracle The conscious water iif 4 saw its God and blushecJIWe llearn from this miracle In thedfirst place that Christ has sympathy with housekeepers You might have a thought thnt Jesus would have Imlls t I cannot be bothered with this houllcr hole1 deficiency of wine It is not forn me Lord of Heaven and of earth to become caterer to this feast I haTetr raster things thnn this to attend to Not to said Jesus The wine gave out i und Jesus by miraculous power cnmII to the rescue Does there ever come I scant supply in your household1 1n you to make a very close calcula It is hard work for you to carry 1 1on things decently and respectably so dont sit down and cry Dont go and fret but go to Him who stood Ii 1 1outthe house In Cana of Galilee Pray the parlor Irny In the kitchenI jJ Let there be no room in your house unconsecrated by the voice of prayer j you have a microscope put under it t IL1 1If drop of water and see the insects about and when you see that God makes them and cares for them f I ntid feed them come to the conclusion thnj He will take cart of you and feed lollI learn also from this miracle that Christ does things in abundance I j think a small supply of wine would have made up for the deficiency I think certainly they must have had enough for halt the guests One gal Ion of wine will do certainlyI five gal t tuns will be enough certainly ten lint Jesus goes on and He gives them 30 t gallon and 10 gallons and 50 gallons mid 70 gallons and 100 gallons and 130 gallons of the very best wine It 1is l just like Himdoing everything on the largest and most generous scale Does l Christ our Creator go forth to make loaves He makes them by the JuileIi forest full notched like the fern or 1111I t vered like the aspen or broad like he jj- pnlmhr thickets in the tropics Oregon n forests Hoes lie go forth to mokep t flowers He makesi plenty of theme they flame from the hedge they hung t Horn the top of the grapevine In bios loms they roll in the blue wave of the violets they toss their white surf In the rplrarn enough for every childs 0 hind a floVer enough to make for rvery brow u chaplet enough withIbeauty to covtr up the ghastlinciis of toag sreate water He pours it out not by the cupful hut by a river full n lake Lel full an ocean full pouring it out until ill the earth has enough to drluk allliu nutifh with which to wash Joe Jesus provide redemption It Is not a little salvation for this one n i little for that nod Jittle for the other but enough fur ull Whosoever vlllCJ XA or r = let him roams Each mwn nn ocean full for himself PromUvs for time young promises for the olil promisee fur the lowly promises for the blind for the halt for time outcast for time abanI doned Pardon for all mercy fur allI Heaven for all Not merely n cupful of Gospel supply but 130 gallons Aye the tears of Sodly repenhinee are gathered up into Gods bottle and some doy standing before the throne we wilt lift our cup of delight and ask that it bo flied with the wine of Heaven am Jesus from that bottle of tears will begin to pour in the cup amid we will miry Stop Jesus We do not want to drink our own tears And Jesus ewill soy Know ye not that the tent of earth are the wine of Heaven SOl Judy t shadow the joys of others with His own griefs lit might have sot down in that wedding nnd said I have so much trouble so much poverty b o 1mach prsecution and the cross in com- Ing 1 shall not rejoice maul the gloom of my mutt and of my sorrows shall be cast over all this group Sosuld nottt Jesus He said to Himself Here ure two persons starting out In marriedI life Let it be a Joyful occasion 1 will1I hide my own grief I will kindle theiri joy There are many not so wise ns that I knew a household where ther are ninny little children where for twoI years tho musical Instrument Inns beesI j kept shut because there has teen trou ble in the house Alas for time folly Parents saying Ve will hove no Christmas tree this coming holiday b cause there has beets trouble In the house Hush that laughing upstairs How tan timbre be nay joy when they has burn so much trouble And so they make everything consistently doleful and send their sons and daugh ters to ruin with the gloom they throw around them Oh my dear friends do you not know those children will have trouble enough of there own after awhile He glue they cannot appreciate all tarts Keep back the cup of bltler lens from your daughter lip+ When your head is down IH the ghiKJt of thejj oinb poverty may come to her be rwyal to her bereavement to her back the sorrows as long as you Do you nut know that that lionI after awhile have his heart brolI Stand between him meld all harm You may not fight life battles long them while you any Throw floe chill of your own dtwpondeney over labs coal llather be like JII who Cflllle to the wedding hiding tits own grief and kindling time joys of others So I have seen the son on nI dark day struggling amidst elottdII black ragged mild portentous butI after awhile the sun with golden pry eaved back the blucktie And the sun laughed to the lake std the lake laughed to the slut and from horizon horizon under the saffron sky the water Was fill ftYiltlllntb wine I loorn from time mlniolo that Christ not impatient with the luxuries of life It was not necessary that they have that wine Hundreds of people hnve been married without any We do not rend that any of the other provinloiis fill short When Christ node the wine it was not a ne but n positive luxury I do believe that He wants us to eat anti sleep on hard mattresses unless we like them the best I think circumstances will allow we hnvo n to the luxuries of dress the lux ien of dirt and tho luxuries of resi ence There IK no more religion inn old rout than in n new one We eon God drawn by golden plated har an certainly an when we g Jesus Christ will lmvellarlth u under a fine colling ns well as under a roof What is time difference between a Chinese stud hovel and an American home What IH the difference be twren the rough bear skins of the HUll sins boor and the outfit of an Ameri can gentleman No difference except that which the Gospel of Churls directly or indirectly Sums caused When Christ shall have vanquished nil the world I suppose every hoiue will1 be a mansion std every garment n robe told every horse an nrch necked courser and every carriage a glittering vehicle and every man n king mind every women a queen old the whole earth n Paradise the glories of the natural world harmonizing with the glories of the material world until thr very bells of the horses shall jingle the praises of the Lord learn further from thin miracle that Christ has no Impatience with festal joy otherwise he would not have ac cepted the invitation to that wedding He certainly would not hove done that which increased the hilarity There may hue been mummy in that room who were happy but there was not one of them that did so much for the joy of the wedding party as Christ himself He was the chief of the ban queters When the wine gave out He supplied it and so I take it Ho will not deny us time joys that are positive ly festal I think the children of God have right to laugh than any other people and to clap their hands as loudly There is not a single joy de ied them that is given to any other Christianity does not clip the wings of time soul Kellgion does not frost the lower What jis Christian ity 1 take It to he niniply n procla mation from time throne of Uocrof coon cipation for all the ensnared and If a man ucccptB the terms of that procla mation and becomes free has he nut n to be merry Suppose n fatherI hUB an elegant mansion and large rOUI1IH To whom will he give time first privilege of these grounds WillI say My children you muht not I walk through these pnthk or sit down these tries or pluck this fruit These ore for out ldcrK They may walk in them No father would say I anything like that He would say The first privileges in nil the groundr all of mj house hall be for buy J f A own children And yd men try to Hake its believe that Guda children are nn the limits nUll the chief refresh ments ami enjoyments of life are for outsiders mid not for His children It 1 U steel iithslsm There in no inno cent beverage too rich for Gouts child to drink there Is no robe too eostlyfor him to wear there Is no hilarity too greet for him to indulge iu nnd no house too splendid for him to live In Ho hUll n right to the joys of earth he shall hnve a right to the Joys of Heavbn Though tribulation nnd trial and hardship may cone unto him hitl him rejoice Hejolce In the Lord ye righteous and again Iso rejoico I remark again that Christ cones to us in the hour of our extremity He knew the wine was giving out be fort there was nay embarrassment or mortification Why did He not per form the miracle sooner Why wait un til It was nil gone and no help eolith come from any source nnd then some In nail perform the miracle This is Christs way sad when He did come in tit the hour of extremity he mude flrnt ratcwiiieKothut they cried out Thou hoot kept the good wine until nun JesiiK in the hour of extremity Ho MlMiis to prefer that hour In a Churls fan home In Poland great poverty bull conic and on the week day the matt wits obliged to move out of the house nightche knelt with his family fwd prayet to God While they were kneeling in lirnyvr there wall n top on the window poor They opened the window anti there wan a raven that the tastily land bille1 n ring all set with precious stones which was found to be a ring belong big to the royal fatuity It was taken up to the kings residence sad for the lionesty of time man in bringing It book he had a house given to him and a garden sad a fnrm Who was It that sent the raven tapping on the window 1ke sane God that sent time ruvvu to feral Kltyth by the brook Cherith Christ lit the lour of extremity Yen mourned over your sins You could not flail the way out You sot down and sold God will not be inerul ful Hv has cast me off Hut In tlisi the darkest hour of your history Itight iroko from the throne am Jesus stud Oh wanderer come home I havetseou all thy sorrows In this the hour uf thy extremity I otter thee pardon nnU everlasting life Trouble loam You were nlmoat tern to i4rrr by that trouble Y1 braced yourself up au must It You nald I will be a stole and will wot care lint before you jrot throwyk making the revolution it broke down nmler you You felt that all year re sources were gout lath then JesilS came IIn tIt fourth watch of the night the Inble says Jesus same walking on the see Why did he not come IIn the first watch or in the see amid wntun or In the third watch I do net know Ha enme la the fourth eAt1u1l8uI wonder if it will be so In our vrry last extremity Wv shall fall auditnty sick and doctors will conic lent in vain We will try tilt anodynes and the stiiiiiHkints ami the bathings bat all In vain Something wlU any You must go No our to hold us back but the hands of eternity stretched out to pull us on What then Jesus will oome to us and as we soy Lord JeMiB I am afraid of that water I cannot wade through to the other side He will say Tnke hold of my arm And we will take hold of lits arm nod then He will put Ills foot In the surf of the wave taking us on down deeper deeper deeper sod our souls will oryl All Thy waveand blI Whey50car e girdle and eome to thrad awl our soul cries out Lord Jesus Christ I cannot hold Thine ariH any longer Then JesusJ will turn around throw both Ills arms about UK ami set u on the beach far beyond the teasing of I the billows Jesus In the last extrem ityThe 1 wedding scene U gone now nIwedding ring has been host tbe tank i ard hove heal broken the bone IU down but Jesus invites He to A grander I wedding You know that the Illlile sari that the church is the Lambs wife I and the Lord will utter awhile ennui to fetch her horned There will I114 gleaming of torches in the sky and the I trumpet ot God will ravUh till all with theirI music a till Jesus will stretch I out His hand and the church robedt f In white will put aside her veil ndrlook up Into the filet of her Lord tilt King and time llrldrgroom will nay to the bride Thou hut Leon faithful through all these years Time mansion Is ready Come home Thou art fairnlove And uponIIrr1 time table will be spread amt It 111r1 reach Across the skies and the mightT ones of Heaven will come In gnrlandrd with benut and ryasbnlslarldfcwill stand at the head of the table and time banqueters looking up will wonder and admire and soy That I IfJesus the Bridegroom limit the scar on His brow IIK covered with the corn iI net and time stab In Ills side Is covered i with n robe And That In the bride The weariness of her earthly woe oatfin triumphTherewedding not coning up from the poi Koned vats of earth hilt the vlneyanls of God will press their ripest fluster and tho willbluishly vintage mind then nil the banquet ITS will drink IICOIIIC4Ahnsutrmisfeasted will be there And the qllnaJof Shebi from the banquet of StJ mon will be there And the astir r 1willIl 1 agree that thin earthly Ialtllll was poor l fAohucryto+ hetke2t iJIJAdL t = f i PLANKS OF THE PLATFORM Point Thnt Crop Out In the Pro nrinn mi ul thr liuiierlnl- lullu Party 1h gold standard J protective liirit 1 Messing of libertyI anti uivltra tlui hai cannon lilii mibsfiUcs to ndvuncc tho met ulitii marine 7it tWlu Iu- IUdlrlllentI ot ponce conference nt TV lluffwe jt lotion In war taxoa after the ad jOiiinirrni of oongrew j ahove In bruit IB the republican lao11lit adopted In national conven tlon For the Unit time in die- history of our American potpies n grt01 Militical party humus declared in spriiu terms In favor of time gold Ituar4t It hnnoondcmned theblmet alliu fur which Its candidate and the POM is president voted on throe Ot jnriin Iii a representative in congress fron Ohio It pined ItseJf firmly on ret r n + the party of protection and prci rs to main tit In Inviolate the trimst lbreeding Dlngley bUI to the al legIwneArouti effects of which with Uir inlil standard ltl claimed Uu sup pe prosperity Now felt In tin land Is entfU due The Philippine dcclaru tie ure the roast muMtisfaelnry of art ttir plank of the platform They in dice an tindefinite iiDeertalu alloy Uiiiiiifl up In the clause that tine kit uu MESSRS AND tion demanded that the United States n0tlhl pnt down armed Insurrection and onfw the hieoalngii of liberty and rirllhfttfoa upon sal the rescued pro pIe And now the largest measure f klf government consistent with their tlitarr dHi our dude shall be secured Nil ftCHt with their welfare and our dn big k a ItO ItI capable of soy Iii terpre- s utltH a drttptten oo Its face a fraud aim tlie AmvrfoiiH people typical of MwI that are ioni piracies to re trie business eraate monopolie lima it prediction and control price art roJulofliMwl In preeedltig of the create monopolies Itmltb pfOfllWtion and controls price by noaiM of furred comblnn lions And IJwiD particular trusUare condemned oy the republicans Hfu+ r the jwrty has halt r nndlpntnl control ofevery b1nnuk of tilt federal government for tajtr years sad hoe not patted nor le rltjlusiy proper fd n single measure oOkiny to the cMirtnllnient of these rpat onibeatio8s that are menacing tnc bulre s liberties nnd personal op polrtMnlties of every citizen of average utu1m In the lend With the congress adjourned the war sell to be over the war taxes still remaining the platform declares for the removal of those annoying taxis which land time party bcn sincere and the state of the treasury what U lmod might hour been removed be fore the of congress Hut the Indorsement of a pence con ference every sentiment of which lane can std Is being violated by the mnnluUtl approaches buffoonery Viewed upon Its merits the patform In wonkfit In that respect or tilt hetid of time republican ticket VJaweil roni n democratic tomJaoln HMII an Inspiration to nines ITntll professed tQ 1bo duck epee of car- ryJlIg New York for McKlnley but n pjjiillgi Loa coma over the spirit of pipe tcnmx and they nre view L the nltnntlon with anxiety nml ir l The democrats of New York the other hand nw loll deut of irry9ug the star for hryami amid for Ito itlllOlra tie tnndhlnt for gas- rgOt The of Noav York nml huruionire lous mulll Bal stronger tight onrry the state thou they hare vcr before done In tho hUtory of the oarty Syracuse ei Y Telegram 0 tl OF It h the Will of theITustn mill M- unopnllr Thnt Mr De Coutln ned In UHlvc Four yearn ago Mr Ilannn xueree d nil in nominating lion William Mo Kinley ass the rejiubllciin enntlldn tor pronttltiit of the United States Hut it wan only aft two yours of time hardest kind of p Itmhinry polltletil work the IIhlof crenturvM like Wlmberley of Louis iana the pnrchiiHP of vevenil lam tired head of delegates from rot southern lioroughi and the most liivjtih promises of putrouuge On n count of these mnlodoroiiM but need I nry olin tor Tlatt of Xw York often amid feelingly n ferred to ilr McKinley lIlt time mar t gngod vnndldnte HU slirowd bu lies manager did not tsenpe liars lIrtlendtql inlml tlu slurs of lila aiitugnnlnlH kenhulavicious piirllwtn activity and landed his mauls lletwiwn the time of thr 81 Lou to Iltllndlllhiohowas on haunt to noniliiHte VillUni I Klnley He hud not hud to tlo u jirtllmlnnrv work and there was no one to Miy Win nay Hr was MO l11I8r er Ithe rank o thler trying to fMwiw 1Di COURTESY OF HANNA PLATT mthemsyaar Splffrovcrament klnlcyTrnoU UiejKiragrnpa ttilnfotfvtnent ptbteftlvepol uyWliIsii adjournment admlsUtrntlon victoryBulinlu the democrats ilalpntmnpcn RENOMINATION KKINLEY neeomplUhed preparntionit ilmelf to the front of H beach of party managers Today hswndi oboe unpriMiie HMrhulletiirrd Te the naked rye there hi Hothl ff whatovrr left of the imltoiuil rrpnUlcnH Iwrtty except what CUM be seen Htuirr the hat of MurriMI AloHae HHBIM Ieoplc who an excises imoHKh to look le Henth time surface are swore thin whllo his IR Ute unnalatrdl autocrat tho great olltlml oryMiklmUoH h It rules with H rod of IIron he IIn per milled am uhltt to do mo oily Ma the df lKt of the eomWurri trlmsta It art moHopolirB of the rountry who non trol Intel ilktnte to him evu MM 11 i control IMI dictate to hits eandl dales hia iota IN oiHoe from tht hlirheat io Ithe lowest sad kin herd of political cattle in the enat ned house of representative An It wsm four years axe It IIn the will of thin triutn anal monopollt thi he nliall be uontlmiwl in power through the nominal prwld Hey o hula personal rcH4loN MelClnlcy Jhas but to glee tin nod sml the Job la dote There Ila n disuse that It aril f not prove to time liking of thus great voting iiinkien of till union but that In n question which cannot be deeSdml until next November Washington Times POINTED PARAGRAPHS = McKlnley anti Hoo evplt Is th logical tlrket nn each is subject to n changed mind without prcviann no tice Knnnna City limes The republican party semis to have two United States Hag one ofr which darn not follow the coiiKtitu tloi and the other of which loanSt Ixiil Hepubllc IEven the republicans who now stand for cooperation of capital lire willing to denounce criminal mo nopolies if they con catch deinoorntr at ItX L Wurld- Oentlll1Itn connected with pro tected Inihutrlen and trusts nre ur t complaining of time unxeiiKOntilily ciolI weather thin year Upon time nrrrnl1 of Marcus with hln historic skillet the supply of caloric will bo quite tjual1 to all leniandn Chicago Chronicle hind the majority In congress been sincere they could rashly have Ileg stated against the trusts In tIme early days of the session when genuine antl trust legislation could hive passed both houses nnd been signed by the president without delay No effective antitrust legislation has been intend edSt Louis PostDispatch i I 4 1 e SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY In Germany 10 793B ncren were seeded to sugar beets last year The yield was nbout 114 tons to the acre and time sugar results 127 percent There lire now 40 pearl button fac 1101tocured from tho river beds Nonrly 1300 people nre employed In the fac lrtorleli nlone rItrecnt tests In European manufac tortes bare demonstrated concluilvcly fquainranl macaroni nnd other socalled pastes 0Irof Otnorl of Japan nn authority on time earthquakes so frequent In that country him ascertained Hint In the case of the Injury of twostory build tugs time damage Is confined In most IIeoar to the upper story ltAn engineer employed by nn Atner lean company who recently visited the Cerro del Mcrotido In Durango saga illthat the Iron in sight on this mountain Is iitlllrlent to furnish nil time stncitcra of England with ore for It period of 330 yearsM Danysx of the Pasteur institute lias found n microbe which will wlpn ratst out of existence He has tried the effect of hula microbe in warehouses tOofArnll1 and other places and In 68 per aycent ofaN tho ruts completely time appeared California has jumped to fourth place niHOUg the states In MtroIrum prndiietloii Till output there has been ln ttnsed from 12U13a barrels In ISM to Mttm barrels IH I89 and the proipect h that time output of the present year will be much larger than that of 1tt00 001 the HMrlne curio 1tlN recent ly Belted from thus bottoms of the Intfjan ootu by a dredging vessel in time em play of the CalratU fleedrty at Natiirnl Illotor was a innwiHOth son Grab whlefa1 ooNtiattally emitted a bright white lljcht similar to that sera IM the pltltltoollnL1Mlt IwaaoapturedIntank w thing pe Nllar rxeptt UK lm raottM ale being tMtleMUItt hi the brood gore of the frontal HIM At pltohydarkaessaraltal1 by llfroltaff up tM tusk If that all the oUHC sa ere4Hre grout mecca awall eoold w ptalaly MOM FORT Atony nt Thrm Are Mill Mndiv Jinld nod ll llrvcil Ih It r Thousand uf People Thr tkowsaedt of taHomann lHrepolItaa handrrdo of mm amt warned wilt make a bMtnnser at mnkistfr ami soil lay UMMM Aural as rmwh aw fvu sad ten tMtont Is fillten jwht fur a IHtla us + clre lar pe c ef IIdathur or metal don talalny la rlpUenn IIMtH tepusr pawrcAi 1 lass existed in nil air and hW Iwon shared bjr all larolda It Is a natural rvatilt of su I crtltlon soya the NVw York Herald Tstltmaas to W efleaoiwHn mint W eoMlmcUd whrH the plaswU are IIH b a ac NIIIJIr rat UOK It Is then that the HMgte geometrical wards nail flgvron Iitvrriled thereon are more po tent In their results fur good7thu elate of birth of the pemin tar whom time taltoNMH Is mndt mtwt also be con sldered so that hula particular ludky miter Is taken Iota oonswtorolten lliirre are thottsanda who last all Uielr faith In the UiliMiinn This1 iaI notably the rasa with those who nre IMI bad health and wharo inodlojne s eMM to ito no goon lu such oancs lIIagr a word oil all disease and keep the wcmrer IIn excellent health Then there ore tallamana for gaining wealth for let for marriage nnd whom not A todsinan to be cITvrtlvo Is usually worn nroHnd tke neck or on a silken string It must however novae be scan by anyone etao hal flap wearer otherwise Its nmer hi lost The charm Iia sab to He not se muoli In time Hiagloal squares triangles nml aoureytInrttlmi It la but another InottiNiie oft faith and tho mnglo exerted by thee will Many great wen were liellovom II- In talismans nnd wore them oonstnnthr Napoleon especially was very supcrstl tlous and onrricd on his penon a HKJlltlIn rQK ns bolng re- irponathle for his great success In bat tie mho Hothsohlld family It lIs sold also has n talisman which Iin nn heir loom It IIs In the shapt of n Htiuff ebox nnd IIH sold to have brought the family the greet wraith for which it Is celebrated Polar Properly on Sale Last year the Lerner expedition or ganlzed by n German syndicate con sitting of capitalists In Berlin Ham burg amid Magdeburg took possession of tome land In the Hear Islands off the coast of Siberia says a Hamburg cor rcspondcnce of the London Mall The sale of this property should hue taken place some time sign but nt the last moment It was put off by the vcn ders Whether the Idea of selling IIt arose from n discovery of tin poverty of the islands In natural products or not It Is Impossible to ascertain To day the property was put up for sale and the whoeof the mining rights and stock of tho Hear Island syndicate Including mining plant and consider able stocks of cool were after a protest from liar Theodor Lerncr knocked down In public auction to the firm of Knoehr 1 Iltirchards Succcs f son R Co for c 2000 here Lerncr ap plied to attach the whole of the pur chase money for the svttlecieut Of hlw prior lubn of c 4200 i I r i i J OU FROM W m I m Frcth Items of Interest from th Capital City Relating to Matters Political POINTS ABOUT REPUBLICAN PLATFORM A IIinvMJopn li Over tillierllri Tnkrti- Mllll the Inlrrtll DlKMIIIHMll IIIIC- Tti I n UK Tli Ml llir Iniiplr Will lie IIHh Vnliniiiiliiem of the Ad inlnuirniluii IfpMtal CorreapoadeiiM The wore the udminlMraUon clique rrfltct on the republic national plot foi tn the more UUgiwIed they bo rlapdditINKlutl J e hnuttr In prepartafr a platform which would iuJurae MrKlulrys pglley ami yet placate the rebellious anti critical rotrrll alpur that the Milling aoJ fin I arraiigrmi i I of the platform of IMillu ikflpttia sea this left In exCnngrrw mun inuurl Uil Qulgg a faithful Jicn hinan uf gtaator JUtf It la uo- a11gd w by adMlni tmUou rrprewuta Leta that that limitman took grave librrtiri with the intifiil document which hud been ant oc r lo the cot rr11 Loll with the wbltrhnlrrUICupon it i rd rrgartlJa e up1ioNlI r a countu critli ini the ilrmocrul hate ii uir on tin dovumrnt irua Tftur inatr that tier B tnlnltrtl a force hart prepared a plank lndur iny 1IrlIurinJtluuUirr pi meallj inrntloning thi blp DHb illV liil faTOInllv- Jf tours inifgI i nlra that he d4 anMhinr wklabNis not ortlrnd hI- t roniinltler on rrmlutloBa but the fart n iianthat the rrpuullcana tbrot sclera hire dlacnvrml too late that Ibilr platorm Ial altngrthrr too Nrii k UHd rr air tauit rvrn the MeKlalry ropnhiranI let alone brlud bark thi at Ii 1ht Knlry furore Into tbr party fold Thr piatfortn IU tun kl rg and ittll IIt wyetuolittle1 It I Itrhirtty rMlrkab far the thlnp It unilt to ws Tkr oil sues upon hlli It la at all itrMnltr air thur Mldrh lire tit at UII qnrn Ikoil IIt 1rItrn nlniiit 100 r+ unli 1 tJirrrhlnir over iVml I Iura of Ihr pas mmpain andshunt SOU words to thr Mtr Itu of tnuta mid lmprrialni Taw tnut plank la ao Mirrftilly word rd that It oOIdl not ptMrfMjr olTriwI lit moat M Haitlvr trust whtoli laI c x jieelvd M tPBtribut to lite eNmpalg I JTusll III MJTW VVr eltulpitr tlil- Juco ooMpIr and i l BatfcN a IqtMuM to rMtrirt bnalBft toerratr inooopeMoaIe limit production or to control tlrlen sal farm urh Irglalatloa M will tfrrlKrly rrtr ln and prevent sue nbuara protreI end promote rompc ttlloH nd arrurr the etghiit pro chn labefllld all who 1rr m gRc ill In IndMfitrv and ooamirrer Nell sheer burr been about 1M jutt KtMli trusts orjranlxrtl aIlree the lit riNnlnt of MeKinrryn adtnlal1 nut lot anil Ibvy hair lr n doing just tht thing which this plank mrntlonm but tbla republican couirrMa refusaliI to IMM for aiitltrwit bill The nil inlHbilrallon will nrrr under any olrromatanop have an opportunity 1n rmtraln trusts better than thatt irwii ated at the went strdn ofr aongrrtM wben every branch uf tit fCovmnneat was ttwlrr jmhlfonn uott i tml Tap tart that it did abaelutpl tietklMK to rtatrain trusts showI Cohere It stands Itrtuitillcnn lrrr nlrr In the race ef tbo tiupHniaiiril tenth tong HMrt tfrely jpo1olrcisdnb lit Cuba Ithe repuhJIran nUt the of fratttrry to ctate Ila their pkitfarih thnt tkry favor for paLllc service iIn Cuba lorto Rico Hawaii nuil the lhlllrplncn those wbnse fitness DIN i loin lirtemrinpil by trahilnfr sod ox peririk pM Itatbbone 1t1tt 81 wort+ lavaVil1 AH just that kind of ma teeth until Innlr rasenlltlrn were IC INIRPI by a jealoiw military oontln lnC which felt It xvaa not getting Ira Bharr of the polls in Inbn- VHk a fue tllnrfgnnl for the facts this some platform uommpiulfi the rrpiililtenn I tOll 1 In maintaining the inioU ney of the ohll sorrice The re ptilillcanfi seem to thluk thnt the pub lie lis fc = tttn that only n year ago the ccJiihIrtkt hoc 1 100 plnceM from under dell kervlce and c11 Illu8IlrrfnlenviH the Inference very ollar that the ogMitttlrutlou In not evpiotcd to np ply to those 1 islands tint that they girt to lit kept aK eolonlnl dpenden cliesI lire of KeUgovcrrniiMH cimslMint with thrlr welfare Thnt Is1 IhtI viigue proinUe which every tyrant has always lirM out to the people whom itpropoard to subjugate nnd the Amcrluati voters have the Innne of hn jierinllKtn clearly before them Me ilulcys mlfoljnn iticniiR the contin l tatlou of the nenielorK char In the Philippine the Milijtijjntlon of n pen pip flphtlifr for liberty nod the ex ploftntlon of the l liuulH for the profit uf tvitnryctl Interests InilrKiu1oncP tutu olffrovprinncnt are promlrrd to Culm hut not n word IIH to tr ten the pledge dhn i bo fill filled Prohnby In the next century manor perhaps ff tit carpet huggers cnn Ktenl everythingworth having train the lain nil in Ices time nml no i longer find tine iilnnil useful A Slnti nt rltn II hItII lntior- Conrldcrlnff the tact that congrosB rcfusctltp puns the cJgUthourtla wnn pUlnj to government contracts and t bUll up the contrnefc convict lobar In the ftetintc the Irbor plunk in the orJrlnal7odllborI the republicaim do not drain till In 11018emore effective immigration laws mar c education for workTng children Tills Ing the att liMit for child labor jiro tectlon of frco labor ngaint contra ct eoHvlct lahor and labor iiimirance thntII Krre by republic tins with n howl of drl lon if It seer u adopter 1tJ pojiullut convention Tim inoonoblne about child labor Iin a matter for itnte and nut natlounl ac lion In relation to Immigration and scarlet labor the working people will ash If you fnror those ihlngH Mhy didnt your oangrciui enact the necesi Tory Inws7N The labor people nre very muck disappointed over the fnll arc of congretw to Ijiaaa certain meat now willed were iiuanlinonslv dMlrcdI lilu tilt eighthoar bill and if the pintbruit had omitted any mention of matter Industrial It would have given Ihiss aiTrnw r The Peonle Vlll Rrinriulrr There In a + rry vnullounI errefiIo- al In reganl to the Itocr war A hop that peace will uou lit 1 Hut the teople will remember tam the republican congreaa rVfimcd to ptsr a resolution of aympalhjr for the horn TJut Intention to paaa the ship subi tidy frrali U reaffirmed The prowled of Uthnilnn canal 1leglnlatlnn la given IIn the face of the tAt that for Xlcnr agunn eanal Mil was hung up In the iKiintr becauM that body would not approve the HayPanaeefotc treaty The republican rw realle clearly the weakneaa of the platform that they arc Mving1 that the aparrcl ea ut VolcoJt and IxKige art the real piatfortn The ailminUtration Ila not happy There IIn gloom about th white boaar The shadow of the rough rider has falls across the portal sod not evH CblHeae oontpli ratkMU afford MrKhiler dlat motion from hla ranipalgn1 troublrn AUOLIJI PATTKIISON IKINLEYtVal list IVopli Jlay lixtircl If lh llniiiin Oullli lw Itelurnetl to luCr Those Hho desire to malntalN the goxrrnment of the Inlted State In the turns which haa given freedom t- Its o citlcrrB and opportunity to sib N- pwople boaId fight the republlcaH l arty with unfailing fterniatrncy and tnJrarI boa shown by hts acts that he IU opposed 10 the prlnclplen upon which the government ua fodnded sad that be iron inertia1 Isla a blot wblek la M greater woe to this asvotrj than was the rlo tritt arataatoau- An4 that the rvjMMIniw tarty pre posts to aappavt Xfeinnley awl kU ImpeviaMatla awMikma la shown by ibe j latforiH adopted by the repubI IJraB national eonventloa at Philadel1 pblab all lbe tMrgid rhetoric of ten 1 document there ran tit found no rrf renter to the derbiratinn of lndtietid port nor the conailttitloii Roth of the e Immortal documents nre opptMNl to Imperlallam and fort neither of Ithem could be referred1 to by the makers of the republican platform Itjtent on eBtabliehlng 1m perlallMn Iin the raited State I AH the tune ubkhare opjKiaedp by the freedom toting people of thle country are Indorsed Ini erlnllsin nillitarirm the tnuTt sad the tariff goldr1 or approveil by Implication IawioIug to denounce trust yet npprovltig comtnereml combines In the Itrod NtUo of thisI resolution the platform lit II nda sja weak con IradtPllon to the sets During McKlnlpya ndinlt ration nearly n thnuannd monepttLs 1m ve enpItalI stetbusieiitlve the republican attorney gun real or the republican congress to curb this creation of trust x Manna represents the eomhlueK no t1 Ilnnnn contracted the convention de ekirrd the platform and nominated1 the cuuthlltlell The I Btie isI made up Do the peo pIt want Hernia MoKtnloy and Im perintliun or llryan nnd n free goy criimvnt 1ChlMlgn Democrat President McKlnlcy recently nominated for the tnltcd States Judgrsh n tana in Duflao unwedJ Ifcnd wo Ift soul to be conspicuously unfit both by character anti attainments far that high office The nom InnUon IM condemned severely by many New York newspapers repuli llcnn anti Independent an well IIH dem ocratic And now nrlfecx the oracular Depew to fulminate against all who this appointment lie de elates that they are committing the unpardonable nlu of ItiMiltlug the president If the president wants this man lintel n notorious bench man of Tom Platt to bo n federal Judge nobody must object nobody cnn object without helot guilty of Insult Ing the president The imperialists ore cohilstjit even In this nxsirtlou of their arrogance Atlanta Journhl The luduutrinl combinations arc making thenicelves felt everywhere One Kirrenntlle firm after another is forced to the wall The pausing at the small manufacturer anti liiiiiunR man IIs an Irreparable loss to the coon try ails going is simply n marls of the trend of the times ritlmutcly unless conditions change the great middle class of moderato means nur tured and cherlaiod In monarohfcol Knglnnd will he swept corny In ro publican America to be succeeded Vy the extremely rich end the ettrec ely poor Denver fast Faille of the Small Illril Once upon a time there was a bantam IJlmheliI h91i will make a stir iin the world I ssi Attract attentionIVli I though he had nothing much to croW aboulNow it happened that far above the ban tam a hawk was wheeling in the ciroum t1bebantamproportfons but when the bantam crotr the hawk heard and In about 43 second had hit claws full and was contentedly winging his light homeward while all was still below Moral It Iit not a profitable thinK to t withoutldIeeIlDable What Will Heroine of QlilnnT- i None can foresee the outcome of the quar eel between foreign Powers over the dl vision of China It IK interesting to watch I the going to pieccn uf thlA ancient but tin progrcMive raee Many people in America are also going to piscct because of dyfpep towschdburIdlieait h vigor and good health can be re fif we keep off and cure the above dls i taw with llottettcrt Stomach Jitters i ttThe Lout Thrill 41mUe rOIl ever felt the thrill that comet Torn hiving a strict gut look up into your gouttit WBI pOLiaNasset lips dote to mine said George ja rtJou wreat thrilled by that P None I was jjat ahout U lhe thrilledI whitt her father who happened vteu t tllldlDIirkl ianlt the feeling I had by calling it a mar thrill CGIGgO TilaM lrnhil IlnrpsoPimplei Tetter Kezcma or any dlieaie ofr the km or Mucous Membrane that can be reached by an outward application it can be tuied by using Ialmcra shoo thegren t beautifier aRd Slain user which lIouid be aneemerfeacy Soap really In curing allsuch iifflwtioni If your drug gtat done not keep it tend his name to SetI Palmer 374 Pearl Street New York and re eeive free pamphlet of toetimoaiafe rfthI sample of Lotion or Soap I Horror of War The hanlworked humorist sat at kill deW and without the slightest apparent effort he dashed tits oU- r Why do you Peking here astral i Ann of the Russian general who vai rcoon nlterig In the imp anal neighlrorh NtastherehroeYet such things as this were not men I l erdkeusariteican VlillV LOW n TICS TO TeXAS Via SI 1C t T Uy leant ICnnnn Clly Low rate excursion tickets sad MC trckeGt will be rda I f the 31 lK 1 roan I I KaD CSty July Ilh Slit noel 0thU 1 Tesa The rxcurior rates to the mere 1m points will Ia 11etiisn Sherman Oaineiville Wicht Ttip1W0c I I re0 H u 1riJ1 1300 1400llnl lIICGeedi Tears Oneway tickets will be sold soma dates at 300 IkM than the drove lbiollllOrtunity does not come often It Wonlil Ilepeml Employer According to our credentials honestyllaskPlewyoelaauldIl have to ask tf51rcr week If there ii no reg 15BostonTranscript All Ia not gold that glitters Sometimes ii- Js i- p it a Idiamond Chicago Daily New M AUK 1ST IIUIOHT Cincinnati June 30 CATTLE Common 3 851 40 Select butchers 4 00 flIt 5 10 CAL1SExtras G 2b tl G 5- 01100Select packers 5 ao 1 5 35 Mixed packers 5 10 S CO SHKKP Choice 3 75 W 400 LAM1JS Kxtrn GOO i fl 15 FLOUK Sprlnif pat 4 35 U 5 00 WHEAT No 2 red 80 CO UN No a mixed 44 OATS No 2 mixed I 2GI i 64IHAY Choice timothyr14 60 iLAUUlTKll Ch dotty g 14 Choice creamery no 21 APPLKS Chto fjijy 1 50 t 2 50 POTATOES Per brl 15 t 150 TOBACCO Now 1 10 tffflS 25 Old 4 00 ill 75 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent 4 10I 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red 82 78VSCOUNOATSNO 2 24 24 z GlliJ01U 55JS NEW TOHK FLOUR Win patent 4 25 u 4 6- 51111111No 2 red tg SS 4 COUN No 2 mixed i 40V4 OATS No 2 20tt KYK POUK Mesa mixedIIII13 75 C5Vi LAUD Steam iOS UAIIMOItE WHEAT No 2 red 75 a 75x Southern 70 u c2- CORNNo 2 mixed 40 06 4Qyt 2SyaVTlLlSaltsHUGSWestern TNDIAXAPOUS WHEAT Xo 2 reda 83 V4OATSLOUISVILLE 1LOrn Win patent 4 50 TO 5 00- 1VIIEATNo 2 reda SO CORN111xedr 47 OATS Mixed TO 27 IOHIC Moss tffl1 uu- LVKU Stcum II 7D700 aa lint for the Bowel lo matter what ails you headache to a calir 011 will yourenllureC111produceUIUcentshackCaarietsput CIItampedT BlanchI mada regular tool cf Harry d V last l nliItCII Do Your FCet Ache and Horn faserybii e Feel JFray Cures Corn Itching fewHen Hot Callous Sore and ueati l Feet All Druggists and Shoo INt hru salat 25o Sample sent KUKII Ad tlrtw Allen S Olmitwl Le toy N V j Not by the IMece- MiThant Xo I tell you I have absoluteI tithing for au to do apptitan11en Id be willing to do thaton ulary PhiUdelphia Press The lien I Irencrlntlnn for Chills TarnLrseltI LIIIOI051 form No curepo pay Iricc50c rarkIIow did the alarm dock work I suPploee you got up the moment it went havefinytbin1 itlJotoaiSrsascrTo cart a colaOne oar Alldrugsstsrofundmoaa When s ratio does you a favor repay it In your own wry ea soon aa you can other youeSomerrilie Journal way I We rotund lOc for ovary package of r PITXAM FA1nLraa Urns that lotto to give I MtufuoUon Menmo Drug Co Union lac Nu Sold by all t1nlsIII ifen admire women because they are women and anything that makes them less- t womanly makes them lest eharminglhilIadflphia Times I ios Cure for Consumption lIs an infalH WISamuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 Protect us from our friends our enemies let us drink our too or coffee the way we like it Indionapoli Journal wroteTadtwos upon the skin have been remarkable Or beet tfldety might be even better U money would talk loss and think more Detroit Journal Hall Catarrh Cure L taken Internally Pries 79e True charity never waits until it it a ked Chicago Dally News I All the Kertuekj belle eaew Kisroe Gum They like it The humorist gets his butter from the ream of his jokea Chicago Daily New YraeM OTo LNICAOX St w gsEB oq3aoFoo e onyoaaoa e e sn = 3s gg S 03ss f3p 3 xuAR qaS o a j co l Sta npJ3 o 4BoCO liJD iii ilonntrr Q g A 4 go6pan y- pa ea fi j7L3oojC s s lI I i 1 i 1 I i r M ROgERTS SUPPLY MINNEAPOLIS MINN I AMgclable PreparationforAs slmilatingtiicFoodandBcdula i- tiIIg Use 5tuisaclis nroBow ls of I IN I S Hit DTKI N f Promolcs DigcalionChccrfur nessandnestContains nellherf OplumMorplline norfuteral r oTTIAItCOTIC I C f rll1r rwtZ1PITCIIEIl r IrfJan Seal II R4Ig4TJ4 I stout sr r- Bi f +twarrra4cdo I II I I SKrr lfr Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or- NEW YOfIC EXACT CCPY OF WRAPPER J Leadcrand Repeater luUt upon hiring them take no others and you will ptthe best shells that mamer oo buy ALL DEALERS KEEP u DR JIOFFETTS Regulates the Bowds I StftncthtM the Child St BcG feethijitg Powders LTEETIIINA dkvtStheBowd I I If J P4OFFETT M D liT LOU19 NILOZ OMAHA s ct Double Dally Service icwl1n 1a Rock lord Dubuque LROPcuGluaa turret IIbrarmokllJaii sleepingrats dlntagcnr Scnil to the unctrrslcped torn tree copy of Pictures and Note En Route Illiwtrat log this new Itnr u+ seen torn the car window counecUurIIDt REAnRRS OF TIII8 PAPER DKSIItINO TO IIUV ANVTUIKff ADVKICTISBI IN ITS COLUMNS EI10LU INSIST UPON IIA ISO WHAT TIIKV ASIC TOR IIKKUSINQ ALL SlUSTlTUTKS OK IMITATIONS Tan Delicious Denert for price of one The Grocers of this city are Riving a package of Uurnhams Cream Custard to each purchaser of a package of Uurnhams Hasty Jellycon Both make delicious desserts cookiifg or bak ing Dissolve the Cream Custard in hot miikj Hasty Jellycon in hot water Order to ttty LIVE STOGK CUTS We vlu furnish duplicates of LIVE STOLE CUTS or any OTHER CUT shown In any SPECMEt BOOK at or below quoted prices for same A N KHUoaa NEWSPAPER CO ass v 1irtu st ciuciituati U h 88ii= Most everybody knows = Cheroots = as 300000000 of them are being = I smoked this year Ask anybodyabout = w them if you have never smoked them = yourself They have made their merits Three good smokes for five = cents and no waste 1 Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked ttis N year Ask your own dealer 3 for 5 cents f 8Ie == totofeoaeetobnyattinUmebutontyflpmMTLIiIontenturruurolldeanorcuaeotoeerSPECIAL bo1010HuesnloIOIGOIIuIt1lO Afrran1I1IIc1ttaWILOUSE rorConsllp1TIon CHICAGO somethingabout CASTORIA I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the- Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNt CNTAUN COMPNVw resa CRY INCHESTERFACTORY IMewRivaII THEM AIlijsIrritaiimAMsWgestitif EasytLOrmsfEbeenistofl FortQ without BBIi OldVirginia placein Price wourpaurJbeatnInroutedcoa Ordertntmallatotybeauw Bought drtnofCosts1 ry II Ieeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee0a- is New I Railroad toe er i San Francisco I Santa Fe Route by S its San Joaquin Valley Extension The only line with S track and trains under one management all S the way from Chicago S to the Golden Gate S Mountain passes extinct volcanos S petrified forests S prehistoric ruins Indian pueblos Yosemite Grand Canon of Arizona s en route- S S Same highgrade service that has made o the Santa Fe the- o favorite route to a Southern California a Fast schedule Pull man and Tourist sleepers daily Free reclining chair cars Harvey meals s- SS throughout r SCeaefal Passenger Office The Atchison TopeLa d Sta fa ry CHICAGO S eoooeoeeoeeeeeeeeeeeee s Bast cough 6rpTut s Good IImII ij In tine BoMbrdninrliU CONSUMPTION n jv N KB 1820n lWHEX KITING TO ADVERTISERS pleura state that you Law the Advertise meat In thU puper n == a DOLLARS nrLar= oarDcM Wlndo NaU and lIkIDdlotJtauunrJa rf +l SAVED from us Igtdlte4wltdowuar57 rche parddoora LbOther ttoudi In proportion Sindurpike oraewluyourtlmawandwewllIquolo8onoarprtc ITEEL and Lsre nIWllhC t a torlcend IIbllII1II latchI lQOrINO 1LPrwaetl IIrI1I eldtna S271S 0 rrug lrd Ituodg rsqure27a- aU1ood CellInlr rSr aI271S 8UIdlblr Beam ltuoaureum date 4300 lloll sdcatd Koofliir ru mr cJ83 05 In 101 oC a quarce Or UlO lutandml Thaapacnronr7eataknostREErnr1lwowatawnyerunhu Ci1ISHIt- A TM ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE A9lnneajiois HInru o i T nr TT J r i i7j t II f I sews f ll- y r 1 Building Materiall I I u ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM B EHI ttIDoors and Windows Shingles ifco K I CemeutI1j1 J Paints Oils etoIt ESTIMATES CIIEEKFOLLYJ I 1 1FURNISIEI ft FEED STUFFS c I I I A 411Hay Oat Corn Bran etc etoItIt 1I Pewe s lIis nJ A Cheerful Liar I have followed tho trout streams 1 over since I was a boy says n Provi dence crank and havo tried to solve for many years the apparent decrease In brook trout Keceutly I think I dLs covered the cause of tho extermination I was fishing along a brook near Oak laud Beach H I when I saw a large snake with a half masticated trout InI his mouth Tho action of the snake in terested me und standing quiet I studT led the auako closely On the unit of the snakes tall was a sharp bony growth shaped like a hook Af I ter a few moments my watching was rewarded by seeing the suaho glide over To t to some bashes growing along the bank and catcb a grasshopper carefully on the booklike thing on the end yf its tallr Dy this time my curiosity was aroused thoroughly continued the old fisherU l men The snake crawled upon a log 1a that extended from the bank Into the brook and lot its tail hang into the wa tor In a inomeiit up came a trout and snapped at the grasshopper It was short work for thu snake to transfer the trout from his tail to his mouth and J solved tho problem of the exterm in t turn of brook trout IUI Ulnor In the Philippines 1 y The facts concerning the liquor quos It tion in the Philippines is furnished in an artiolo in the New York Independent tI by Harold Martin a representative of tho Associated Press They are not such 03 will make a man throw up his bands in borror nor do they on the otb Ierhand form any reason for congratu lations Before our occupation there ed were in Manila three saloons licensedffor the sale or liquors and over c f wine rooms licensed for the sale of the I Idrinkj and flavored with anise seed There are now 170 licensed saloons in Manila KJ wholesalo liquor houses and about the ed the same number of native wine rooms UH formerlyuWhen it is remembered that Manila is tho focus point of army of 00000 men the number of saloons is not excessive The soldiers cannot drink bino without disastrous results and as long as they are going to drink thoy hud Letter drink what they aro accustomed to at homes IS IT JtIUIlTtFor an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicine From Sylvan Valley News Brkardtt NO It may be n question whether the 01II itor of a newspaper has a right to publicly recommend any of the vaIrioos proprietary medicines which flood the market Yet as a preventive of sufeferiug we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoeajremedy We have known and used this medicine in our family t for about twenty years and have always t qofawaitediitly on any medicine for a cure but wo do believe that if a botttle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I adminII andIiu very many cases tho presence of a I physician in not needed At least this baa been our experience for the past I 1 twenty years For sale by CowgilcCowgill Hickmaii and A M ShnwtState Line druggists Tho Rev W S Jacobs of Nashville f t and tho Rev G W Bull of Atlanta uro said to be tho only men in tho world f I that ever swam Echo river in Mammoth Cave They both performed this feat i Jrecentlyand remained in tho water halt an hour although the temperature of ti the stream Is about GO degrees Jiefore Deciding on Your Summer Trip t 1 Look up rates rout s and tram ser vice via the Mobile Ohio R R to Waukesha WIN Niagara Falls N Y I Put in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo and Colorado Springs Col Mackinao Is land Mich Chicago Ill St Paul- aMinu Minneapolis Minn St Louis t Northtnervico This company has in service al complete line of now vestibuled coach es and sleepers Their summer sched nles are unsurpassed close connection is made at St Louis Union Station for all prominent Summer resorts Special Mobile d Ohio representative meets all incoming trains at St Louis and sees to the transfer of passengers to tho connecting lines attends to sleeper rcser vation etc Summer tickets on sale u from Juno 1st to September 80th limit ed to return passage to October 81st 1000 for rates tickets and full iuforma Lion apply to Ticket Agent 0 1 SHEPARD GenAgtMobile J f Jt t waw4lr +o raGN ardGtsAC Council IroccedliiKN HICKMAM Kv July 2 1900 Council met in regular session Pies cut Mayor Dillon Councilmen Ellison Cowgill Drctard Wearn Davie and Utckman The minutes of the last meeting were road npproycd and signed with the ex ception fa the omission of the following motion which was made and carried at last meeting towll That the Mar shoal is Instructed to enforce the stock ordinance against all kinds of clock ruu ning at large with the exception of milk cons The following accounts were presented properly approved and on motion wertI allowed and clucks ordered Issued for the amounts R T Tyler Insurance on water and light plant U 30 Tom Dillon jr pay roll for electric light lines for weeks end log June 9lh ICtb 23d and M 1000 street pay roll for weeks ending June 9 1C 23 and 30th J32tX serving notice on Mrs John McClure 26c Error in last months account for arrest ing Darnell and Ed Wright 2 M5 15 C B Wilson work pn City lieu 126 The City Treasurer presented the fol lowing report for June 1000 GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT To bal per May report 6360 to cash recd of Ilickman Dank 20250 sash recd of Tom Dillon jr 14905 i cash recd of II C Helm 6116I J53760 Dy checks paid In June 42391 to credit this account 11389 WATER AND LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT o cash recd of Ilickman Dank 17600 Dy overdraft per May report 3291I Dal to credit this account 611209 CITY lULL ACCOUNT bal per May report 111997 cab reed of III C Helm 16 63 13600 cheek paid C D Wilsoo 260 In credit this account 13410 XV C JOHNSON 0 T The Supt of Water and Light made the following report for June Dal in treasury June lei 1900JJ Amt collected In June 30283 I Arol paid out in June 28632 In treasury July lot 1C61 Tow Dittos Ja Supt Tbe City Marshal made the following report for June 1900 Flees collected 200 TUft collected 11125 1136 J hold Treasurers receipt for same TOM Du Los Ja Marshal The foregoing reports were received ordered spread upon tbe records and riled Tbe City Clerk reported he bad execut and delivered deed to Mrs M E Wells or south half of lot No 168 of the Oily Cemetery she having filed with blm Supt illon receipt for 1920 payment for same The following ordinance was introduc read and on motion ordered spread upon the records published and lay our ntil next regular meeting The City Council of tbe City of lUck man do ordain as follow to wit That It shall be unlawful for any per sonl within tbe City of Ilickman to ute sling shot Kipper air gun or blank car tridge pistol and say person BO offending hall upon conviction be fined not lens One nor mure thin Ten Dollars The following ordinance which was Introduced May 23d was read find on mo lion made and carried was laid on the table Ordinance read as follows That the ordinance known as tbe Stock Ordi be repealed entirely On motloo tbe steps on Cumberland 1 and those on Union street were condemned and notices ordered poled at end of said steps to that effect Im mediatelyOn Council adjourned 11 C HRLM City Clerk HcKt food tor Intellectual Thought No man can vote intelligently unless he thinks intelligently In thin time o f wars and rumors of wars the greatest aid to Intellleenl thinking and the best food for Intelligent thought Is that news paper which is greatest and but i Important political issues are dally growing more important An Intelligent understanding of the policy of a nation or a great political party is something to be desired and it is the duly of every to thoroughly inform himself on the dayThe is theI telegraphIcff any other paper It prints tbe new newt fully not Imaginative occurrences butt domestlo and worlddistant fully authen located feels parUCIIare dates discussed Now is tbe time to sub sedge for the bilL medium of keeping lin resell with the whole world The Semi RepublicNo of attention Is tbe Re publics Sunday Magazine It is replete each issue with the best of special articles written by tbe but of literary talent Its beautiful half tone illustrations have already made it famous and timely preservedNewa Art Illustrated and enlarged upon In megaInesforth In entertaining style There is hu mar In lie pages too and for the benefit of tbe ladles the latest Paris fashions are each week exquisitely illustrated earl de Magazine The subscription price of the Semi Weekly Republic leper year Tbe Re yearDolbvery low price of 1160 for one year To secure Ibis low rate both must be ordered and paid far at the same time Address all orders to TilE REPUBLIC St Louis Mop 10 QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIL- EIIIOKIIAN BANK- At the close ul business on the 10th they If June IfiOO RESOURCES Loans and Dlicounli Iless los to IreclorlUl1S61J 10 Due fiomNatl IiulksS 970232 Out from Slate Banks and flanker 5T276 1933507 Bunking House and Lot 11600 u Mortgage I 1100 001 Specie 433910 Currency 428100 887015 Other Items carrIed M cash 1 lIll Expenses last quarter 1OS568 11095883- LIABILITIES ij Capital Stock paid In In cwb 60000 Surplus Fund 1000000 Undivided Profit 192507 Deposits subject to check on which Interest boot paid U763i Due Sttte Banknand Uankers 73 169508 ttt State q Ktntuelry CV nfy of Photon v I W 0 Johnson Cashier of lllckmnn Baulk a Dink located and doing busne at No Clinton street In the Oily of Ilickman in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing Report iIs In all re specie a true statement of the condition of the said stank at the close of butlneM on the 30th day of June 1000 to the beat ol1 his knowledge pod belief and further says that the lslnets of said bank ha t been transacted at the location namedI and not elsewhere and that the above r port is made In compliance with an officUlI notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30lh day of Jun r 1900 as a day on which such to port shall be made W 0 JOHNSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W C Johnson the tad day of Julyrr 1900 B T DAVIS Notary Public R T Trtica W II UALTZIK Directors QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE rnDUI iUU fin MpFrli8nlcc- at 6s 8 J the close of business on the SOtb day elI June 1000- RlSOUROES Loans and dlneoiiDls less loans to Director 3098 86- L ans to Dlreclerf etGcers net included itW Due from National lIaub6JRI 1lI banking House sad Lot 22001 Siele H655M Currency 314800 Exchanges for Clearings S31S f7780511 Other Items carried as cash I Expenses last Quarter S 61tI IOTI6Il LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash f2000100 Surplus Fund IM Undivided Profits 1768 Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid S409710C Due National Banks 1IW35 Bills Kedlicwiiiled HOW 00 6751t0 X Statt of Kentucky Qmtnly 01 Fulton 1 1 J A Thompson Cashier of Farmer Iaadoing guess at No Clinton siren lu the town of Ilickman In said county b- tline duly sworn says that the fertpinr Report In In all respects A true rlattasnl of the condition of the said Hank II the close of business on the 30th laofJune 1900 to the best of his knowlx and belief and further says that the business of sold Dank has been Iraiittl ed at tie location named anti net lice 1where and that the stave report it aide In compliance with an official noi t re eel fed trout the Secretary of State Jmtg Dating the 30lh day of June 1000 M the day on which such report shall be raJe J A TIIOMMOM Ctibiir byJ1900 My 21DJ C CHECK II MiXstia Directed 11 BUCHANAN j CominlNsioiiorH Notice FULTON CIRCUIT COCUT IL C AmborK PlnlntilfJ KuMyGcoJ INotlco in hereby given to theCrwlitora of Goo D undCnhcncd111100tyled KNltuokyi thlRCourtt claims against raid Decedent and that all claims not presented to him und prow thncIspecified sleeve will ho raining Utrrnl TAYLORMaster UurIsyCoiUlliiINY1o11erM NoHtt HULTOV OIltUUIT COUlrf y1a A Luton udmr Plaintiff i hauitya1 Notico is hereby Riven to thu creditorsI 1of N J Gcons deceased that underJlgnedFultonCircuitthoabove Htyled cause will attend at ofllco Kontuckyuntiltho1 tormofhenrproofUCfdontnnd to himund withinthotoruvebarredFulton fAYLOH cotlitBy I A IN 1IEMOftIAM I Iu JASPKII EuwAiins was horn in West Folioinna Parish Irln ho located in Fulton county runt ling ro aided hero alnoo and him mtubliMhml1 a recoil for probity ntprprlo and mimic try Ho was a man of it singularly quiet nature but withal Interested in the ud uontloiml and mxsial upbuilding of hli flection and iHMKuwed in un eminent dlIthe unugood uudaril relxrt Une uNr UtO V ho Wits stricken with that flromJ rind ru mornultsw dUeafio consumption Ho bore hla ulll tion for thwo long wuary mouth Sundllnext and wo believe his spirit iIII now in realm of perfectl Miss uullNistuntWnohocU1J8tn wife und saran girls und two Iwyn Our prayer Is that tho Allwino rangy sup tart solaeo rand comfort thom in lhAI hour of HUpromu IwrwivuumnU Truly the ways of Providunoo are beyond hu mUll ken and they who be iiovo Ho dootb allthings wull Our neighbor imoniinKly had a bright and proHptinnu future iw forw him tint WM Utkon in the tlowwr of bin nmiibiMHl Those who know him bwit UJIH him i most ami will long lament hU death Rut wo dhull nut iiMiurii ulIUmIIwho have no bopo for we uiad bU willing und ulttcUon stint Mr Hdvvurdii wax n devoted husband and a j tender loving fithtr Hb full rand huwre were IIIN iduke HH wait fart ofII itfI vuMiiiHMt to ninny mOil and took a kern delight in bin fatally and tlnwide PKSKV untuhi axhe i IA GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER The WEEKLY AMKIUOAN thu Lucid tug Southaru Weakly till Oct Cth 1000 and a UUUMI lit a 86000 CornI Onarwliig Contorit for only 10 CttllttljI Wntehtllt Frcu j Send 10 cents to theWeekly Atnarl cab Nasbvlll Tent und you rlll bo cwt tho Wook y UHf loading weekly uf till oatb till Oct 6 1000 You win nl MI hUt a KBMM in the W0 earn gutw- tntttwt iless uaiiilmr uf grains on nil ronlJct Hy t r at InrK cud slfuchrellu middle hlrlsea at small old JjinrJw Tn tae sal rcr1Iwror subrrUxrt uattshig tear I sect or nearer rurrvet numbtir of trrntiH OH the ear wt will give 10 til rasa IrIMOTV than OUt hltrrectgxwvt the will dtvtdml The mr of warn I UltOUl1tI I ouhNelknilllthis eau dee61l National OoutMt elOt w Aug 4 UUtWMM IllUkt Ilw M Mt ins wttlUiubiorilUouPor soodIIJ thlrtjyiiigroAteMfand sample oottira TIn AMEIlIfAN 00Nashville TKIIII I THE STEVE STAR I Llvcrj and Feed liable rdClinton Street wewtnf Hickinan Wag UOItIlIonftllltuition guru Your imtn nagi tuilirtt ded ANNOUNCEMENTS i ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD CALIFORNIAl VIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati and from loulnille- etflr1 Monday sod Friday Pram Cliloixo every WedlluIlay Personally oondueied Hun through to Los Angelo And Sari Francisco fin New Orleans In connection with the Southern loifle C iirifotloD male with daily trains out nf Hew Or leans for tbe Pacific Cossl Tile II inilnl of tbe Illinois Central oonntot on Mondays and Tbiirnlnjrs at New Orlennt with the Sunset Limited out of tbe Southern Inolfio giving special through imrf lea to San Francisco FULL IAHTICULAKK conof ruing nil of the agora can he lad of agflnls of tile Illinois Central ar by ad drewlng W A Kelland A G P AI Iiulsf ill Kjr j MOIIIMJ AND j U11111ItI I I THE POPULAR LINE FOltISt Louts Chicago St Paul Oinnhn Kan pointsNorthleans Mobile Birmingham Nash tllle Chattanooga Montgomery Thornn rlllc Allnnta Augusta Charleston 8a vnnnah Jacksonville Tampa Port Tnm pa Miami and nil taints In till Southeast Elegant Vegtlbuled First Clnsa Coaches 1with smoking room and complete toilet rooms anti lavatories for ladies and gen tlemen Porter In attendance charged with the comfort of tho passengers Also Vestibuled Palace Sleeping CarJ with Drawing Room and Runs between 81 LouU sail Mobile New Orleans Mont gomery Thom nllle and Jacksonfllle Fla- B I 1J BLAIR Traveling Passenger Agent Jackson Ten ffL T TVLKII 1rest C A IIOICOMIIK T Ireit W C 40IIXKOX VHI ICKMA1T BANRHXGKMAN KENTUCKY NcIuIt tlRri 1nia4 cM Mm M t16 6 Paid UpI Capital 5000000 SI ltl iMS Al nnIUIn IMIOIITS IOUSoliuitH your biinlnuHH 11o offor tho nioflt Liberal Auooniiiirulitllonif to our GiiHtotnorK Consistent with IKHlnlillNlisl- Uatikiiii lrillol- ploflDIREOTORS It T TYfctilti 0 A I1OLOOMI1K J NAYLOH W II UAlTZKIt j w GO VGILL it o MADDOX o v HALTXHIL n 1IICJIiMiNTi1GON JO MANITAITI KIKS ur Till riitiiKATii atO DAN WA O aHJOKMAN XENTUCXY Mr Jorgenhausser Used to Worryx Hexvitic iN NdvortiraotnutiU In tilt Ivonl itaiMurNI ilidtrt win to nttract mteittiun didnt dmw n rowel to liia nUirr and help him to sell good NOW HE DONT WORRY IWh HWUIHO ho has funnel that ho nan gel lily firtrato ads rliuek full utigguHtioun tho best that nro ap iHwriiij in his line in nuwwpailclr the country over for n dollar and that with their holp It is tuoro play to Rra rangu ads whlah fill the hill to n 11 Tl You can do the Canto All limo Sond a dollar to AD SUPPLY BUREAU s 8 Devonshire St Room 21I I10STON MASS An twlety AtemUttaArt AaNrw AUrn kids Ait ilrruAttaCuu Apipl 1a en llstolU U ui I5541eM 131 111 nnI- blll a Tth- aInIkuU Iwo 1rk5 Isle abase ltatMavllreed PHILLIPS BUTTORFF TENN LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS Of New Enterprise Stoves National Range- sTINWARE STAMPED AND JAPANNED COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES Suppliesilnad line ColiN Mills- Chamber bets I an ells Chanbz mbes Clothrt tracks lX w bus Cloth r Uric rut ttrtttnCoalI rAw Coffee raw Seeders on openers- wrk 1 ulkn- Coln iuppers I e Cab taro IMa I a owe t KHik 1ftIonI Iblers- arpet 1Ipn-I aasdeen hrttt+ mt txe tab t+ wrn axe IMWen nut ta-bllIr Sets liar uv IIlrr nod nre bets MFQ STove e Clothes a1AM- Cream ItbtIt- I t1Wr rower Volt lloar Mols FlloScrrriii nun Jan 1UUDlront tir Trap null ITTMOS Done lieu drat Trlveq o aIM bet lluollo Btort again Scoop lamincn HminaHtotei hummocks hat hacks- hiatehea holiday Ooodi DR S K DAVIDSON Dentist HIOKMAK KENTUCKY Office ovpr Oowcill Oowglllfi Drug Store s T tal aia tleattb tiled Vial Scales llama Lmt HuklMirnn tIII w lte licks ha IIwU- Ic tntMrt IttlalturUIre II1IIW KM mrai halt llftader KIiNlleewtap lAn awhOgt- Lawb IMO CO- NASHVILLE Steel PLAIN AND hurry Lauixlrr ShiTri Lamp Lawn rake Lantern lamp Wlcki lawn Chain Metal JolUto Milk Calla Metal Uwkl Milk Shaken Milk Snalner Meat Choppers Nut Crackers NullneOraltnllIlo Onyx Tablet Oil Can Patent lane Parlor IAmpa Taunt CIitut t1A14 Maabrra ihJoeUHEiet l101IIIl1lotkUr ry 111 Tn pInt t+ wt Ihfe- tItentmaar nMfi Tram lunlua flue Ik Jut Ikn6bnIIoLllIba beat INUw- ttbsk Iwr4rs b1MthtwNsbA t atatuateelaeet SMmat kirks- Nmtb Urwe MOUf lUUi HrtMvr mak Itrolkrs Soap necks Slap Cane- never rays Table Uerr 11 llmirr WNOUSAIK AND SITAR ASK YOUR DCALERS WHITE ion- caTAlooa AND FBICfB w ToIltHeCa Tuji Tn ties Towel llotlcn Teter NuTllUM Tea lot jToriesDmUmbrella tvaset 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