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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 4 r S 7 H A t r If 4 to 7tII i3ica j tI 4 1 a 1 TH HIClMJN COURIERJ v l y t OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN STERN KENTUCKY J r c 3F Yr rESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON GOUNO KY JULY 13 1900VOL XXXV NO 33 J S mm PONT Mow Both Slips CWn the Earth With Barite Wir tencar r ate s PrttktcflUaleMtkHIWMre 4 tke oftmatac electoral It11I to vote i claimiewa Mtfef Actta bat wort generally it nteaar tINt they pedlct M they want I- tlep Prediction toned OR the recent shirtless IM different riatefl world seem to be Ute meat reliable bit sack caka UUowa went do iron tho fact that new iMUM Mad MW COBdMOAH enter Into every wearrfa tSectlell For iaeMuoe to IBM the JUfWka carried New York by M8K majority sad tics very next yew ttte Dtwocmfe elected Jade e Parker bf eet Oo majority sad in legs Ute ItiyaMkami wea by 1800 Tkeso- i retIM ware awed by tto ecfeteaco of thereat lasses sad o aiUom Per Lap rte other State to Marked by arch ever reearriag wteertatatlea Me k Yew York bat ia ftUl the t ctowg 4 ed ceaditteM and hasten more or tea effect the remit There h never a Free WeMWJ curtpaign that tfVMlttAtti ttrd diNI giW unlit OR the Me site or the ether MMKJMlC reason ffAvMilWvO- vjrtotkemelvM i te quit their oW pity and vppwt the other lx the Gre ly 4 campaign it leaked like all tfce meet d1- mtingaiahed l Pep+Mlcaa leaders were comlK ova to Ute Dewocrata Mad In 811 M lMEnwol the grandest sad- r ablest of MM D McrftUa tea4en rfa x ed to laaaaH DM refralar Democratic ticket Shrift chaagtM are already ap gattat hi tak campaiffa The craw i aaJmt Ii1wt openlajr No one kaowv huwH 11reulL Ifwnluf Boat al IfI wI 11 I t UTtt BOY DROWNED Brother FmUotlly Trill to Sa 1iIa H +ghktta RtoeVe8 the hits rii year c 4 of M h d lgeev w- enCurA3r IJI liven ng last T froei off the log boom at the Handle VAC tory The little fellow with other boys had gone on the boom and had leaned over to get a bailing cup from a skiff along lido when ho lost his balance and tell in the river Ho waft never seen to rise again Hta brother Uoorge about 8 years old wild with grief rushed to plunge in the river to nave him but waa restrained by older ones from the useless danger Little Hughlctto we learn had followed same older boys to the river where the older ones went in swim in iInK and tho dear little fellow did not have the Immediate observation of any older portions when tho fatal ac cident occurred The sorrowing parents afulstcd by many friends made every effort to re cover the body but without success telawbai Bey Hart h During a ball game at Charleston Mo Monday George CowleH of tho Colum bus Ky team while running from second I to third base fell in such a manner tut to forcibly drive his elbow into his left side just below the diaphragm caus ing fatal injuries e Heary Kalgkt AmaHlted News comes from Fulton that Henry Knight the wellknown proprietor of b Xnlghtn hotel had a narrow escape for Mil life Sunday Ho had discharged a negro named Early Williams and tho negro came back to tho hotel and made an attack on Mr Knight with a big I knife The landlord however had a gun handy and ho procoedod to pump load in the negros direction nt a lively rate Nobody was hurt and the last seen of Williams ho was going toward Cairo at about fifteen miles an hour yWheat No w 70 cents The Baptist Sunday School enjoyed a delightful picnic at Kings Pond Wednesday Mtoa Nettie HertWeck came down from Fulton yesterday and spent the day with home folks Postmaster J T Stephens leaves tot morrow night to attend the Republican Gubernatorial Convention at Louisville the 17th- resignation Dr A A Paris one of the best physicians in the State has tendered his as a member of the County Hoard of Health The local paper of Smithville a vii logo not tar from Cincinnati contained this note the other day There will bo an ice cream supper given by Mrs Howard next Tuesday night July R In the Christian Church grove to assist in raising funds fur tho Lfuneral expenses of her husband If a man must die there is nothing like leaving a lovlug widowI L P W S 131114- nsMidSummer 4 ggestionsjI t1 1i i Dry Goods 1 it f i Depalmeot ffJi N It f Cool Fabrics rj if 11 11 1 For Latiior MidSummer wcari 1 oaDimities ead 13atie Its itteet fw7fCrug styles too valaes4cRt MHn 0 F Dttnitica claaI 1tMMeiI cOcgoodsto Q nEIA rf8Batirate LawiwJ AT f Dtetttei Percftlee- HcinnRnC Prices 1 CaHeMI See ReaMwi Counter J Shirtwaists jj l JI This item of ceol cwaforUble correct LMikl oftttlngtattraoCtlve r attwearwe are valises 35c60c 754 6100 225 1 Have a few oaly SUkWakto at the cat prices hit 4 1 Mast roan qmkk to get OBB 1 AJR t 7 Every fewfdays NEW PANS NEW LACES i t 4I NEW THINGS 1n small TOILET ARTICLES for ladles L r uu Precinct Primaries On Saturday Jidr 14th at 2 oclock p m thero is to be hed at each voting precinct in Fulton county at tho usual voting places a precinct convention for the purpose of appointing delegates to tho county convention on Monday July lath at 2 pm which county convon tion Is to appoint delegates to the Stato Democratic Convention to bo held In Lexington Ky on Thursday July 10th 1000 for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Governor All Democrats who will feel themselves in honor bound to support tho nominee are cordiallyinvited Gen Iowlnomination for Governor would elevate State politics insure the people a good Governor if ho Is elected because ho is a man of experience ability purity and integrity The Courier is in no senso an organ but only gives this much advice Tomorrow is the day at your voting place at 2 p m- What Wat Hardla Says Gen P Wat Hardin in an interview expresses himself pleased with tho tick et and platform and concludes a plea for harmony with these words What manly man can afford to give up his sincere convictions OH to tho poll cies of government and the principles of his party and surrender all that lie be- Haves to be to tho highest Interest of his country to a mere local prejudice or per sonal dislike Why defeat or destroy the cause of tho nation and let our State go down in the wreck either as a rebuke to or a remedy for that which tho Na tional Democracy is in nowiso respon sible No I have faith that our party in this State irrespective of differences or of prejudices or supposed wrongs or real wrongs will unite under tho national banner elect Bryan and Stevenson and carry tho cause of tho country and tho nation to victory All that is needed now is to sponge off tho slate on State differences and take a fresh start This will bo done at Lex- Ington Ureat Victory Prophecled National Committeeman Clayton says r I made a very thorough canvass of the situation beginning a week before the convention was held After I had conI suited with leading men of all the dif ferent elements and of all the alited1n forces in tho campaign it became myj opinion that Stevenson was the man de sired I may say that opinion Sa now ripened into a conviction after hU nom nation and after having consulted with many of the leaders of tho allied forces I have no doubt that tho ticket will winI We will certainly carry Illinois Indi ana West Virginia Kentucky an Maryland and I hope New York Ithink we havo a fine prospect in New York I am confident that wo will carry Minnesota and Michigan I believe wo have a good fighting chance in Wisconsin Wo will hold Nebraska of course and Kansas Montana South Dakota Utah Idaho Colorada and Nevada i are certainly ours Tho solid South will make the victory ot Bryan and Stevenson overwhelming We have the most intensely American and patriotic platform over written and our randi platformWe and this vici lastingbenefitI servo the life of the republic and autonomy ot tho States Why 16 to 1 won Hon James D Richardson the Demo cratic loader In Congress gives tho following reason why 10 to 1 was inserted Iin the platform Tho controlling reason for using tho i phraso 10 to 1 in the platform was bo causo some thought that while free silI ver was not tho issue this year yet were it omitted tho very fact ofthe omission would give it more prominence and pos sibly causo it to be discussed more than platforThet out of the platform it would be an issue and if it were put into the platform iit would bo superseded by the great issues of Imperialism Six train robbers looted the express at Wickllffo Wednesday bagging 910 000 0 I JNothingl 1 partment p f I havei r we H Jt6Z- f ens 500 Suits cut to I1 1315 r4 650a I 498tt 1000 and 1250 Snits 850 lu 1250 and 1500 t 1059 1 are actual moneysaving facts t K will pay f you to 1i k into Jr fargaia Counter of f50c Shirts cut to 39c 75c 4fi U59c1 100 4t79c JI are well orth yowr wltiletWs torrid weather Yot Jl visa it if you dafit invest iiTtwo pr t three of these Shirts F f l H 1 Clothes- y Hot WMttar faehion pwrmiU agran te drwta in Jlil sadrtyle without aaetilieiag hie eorefrt t we Mtrd ewttwkeeirKRett ttratQr line I a Coats at S an Serle Coats and Vests at 500 Flannelette Suits S at 1000 Crash Suits 200c P W S ELLISON Democratic Extra Session Governor Bockham has called special elections in certain Senatorial and Leg islative Districts to fill vacancies to bo held August Cth This is believed to mean that an extra session will be held September to consider the repeal of Goebel election law For Geveraor Elizabethtown News The News te for that candidate for Governor who can poll the most votes We doat caro whether his name is andtown We dont care whether he la a man that we never heard of It he can poll the most votes wo era for him over the raaa we like the best of all our pub Ho mea If he should happen to live at Manchester or any other out of tho way place we are for him over a man from EliiabethtawH With us this time Boyfigurpparty above any candidate or any loca lion We want above everything else to see the Democratic party win and to be certain to bring this about we are for the candidate who can get the most votes It Is party success with us above everything eke Tile Female Campa goer The saddest thing about a political campaign says the Louisville Times is the woman on tho stump She thinks she helps the party but she doesnt Nino men out ot ten go to hear her from sheer curiosity but nine out of ten would yank the women folks of his own family by the hair and look them up it they vied to speak In public There are lots of places where a woman map speak outside of her regular series of lectures at home She can speak at womens clubs at missionary society gatherings at Prohibition watering places in the church on the lecture platform but on the stump it is different The men dont listen to her with any conviction the eampafgn managers really dont valuo her services as they lend an air of frivolity to tho business and she is j like the precocious child elocutionist j hauhngJup I I j I i r r i i r r p p r r r p r p p I E E E E E I E w r o E C DEMOCRACY NO FOE TO WEALTH Chairman Tlleas at tile Kaa s Cltr COBTCBtiOB Democracy wages no war on wealth Under her beneficent rule its creation and amassment have over been among the most worthy objects of human ef fort Tho desire for material comfort and wellbeing is the very mainspring of progress The wealth that comes as the reward of honest industry and thrift commands and must receive tho encouragement and protection to all But the wealth that comes through partner ship with the Government which usurps its prerogatives and perverts its agencies which absorbs tho resources and bloats the opportunities of the in dividual crushes competition levies tribute on the producer and corrupts and poisons oil brunches of official Ufo and reduces tho citizen to dependence upon Its will excites our just appre hensions It is enthroned in the councils of tho nation and the States sits upon the bench and makes and expounds the law It gives millions to its political protector to debauch tho consciences of free men and receives tenfold return thro tho legislation that it dictates It is marching to despotism under the opy of the Republic It is the enem of Democracy which has accepted th image of battle Either the trust or the Government must disappear A Prophecy I see in the near future a crisis ap proaching that unnerves mo and causes mo to tremble for tho safety of my country As a result of the war corpo rations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will fol low and the money power will endow vor to prolong its reign by working on tho prejudices of tho people until all tho wealth is aggregated in only a fow hands and tho llopnbllo destroyed IIfool at this moment more anxiety for tho safety of my country than over be fore oven in tho midst of war God grant that my suspicions may prove groundless Abraham Lincoln He DominlLt 1tr sinceiother nominee for ProoMout has been r considered by tbs S plieafl tbaa Mr McJCialey Arse put tHy dared art rtfpbe to eaOorfa JtH and all hk pbli e4s developed 6r nadeveloped were frajjijneiT becaara aaythiag eteewoaW bYfcfled to a diarnptioaof their party knowingi40 own reaoaiiaattoH Tao 11J aoiwhether you like it or sot YMISt fall in- Thk 5 charge to beGtweioef Mr Dry an by his eaesOes the fact that like McKialey he WM aaopposed for the noainatioB and was in reality tho aoaiaee sinco IAN and because 10 party leaders deferred to him ia the wordiag of the SUva declaratioa It cute both ways The PawEonnt Issue of theit C apaigns-p rtepbut believe that influence ahoaH be ex leaded Det1Jy Jflree and violence Itt y tMIdiaportp S diminished and the Denworatto party jjtotDtakes ao baekwfttd step late poMOB on theM but the bunlfnc kBaeof ha 1f t aEi i para incest issue of the campaiga fNatioa a al Donrocratig Plttu4ami fETho condition of the corney yJany political panty t J Ii x platform made this thegfeW Iit whickIBd to ctaace iM1ba iDemocrats ia Ji1Earylm Mij eakaoNrledge l ieetablished tir 9iMi Dt aarMtiapMr tyTiaa alwaffWa expaufcmipirtf aad all theterrlfry Jt ftAJafkarifciit ever has peas Mbq wpi sakcDea tV 4 r nurse that Republican insulations and our constitution with all its blessings of i+ freedom should go along with Us flag Tho principle was and is that Republi can institutions should bo extended but no other form of government heeco we had room for new territories and States but not for military dependencies or r conquered colonies The idea was that freo institutions was to bo extended bye force of tho example of the greatest ERepublic on earth but not with the bayonet or by military powerSfHow Will the Conservatives Vote When elections are held fair and go unbought tho Iindependent conservative voters of tho country f can and do control tho result of a Presi dential election By tho term indepen dent conservative Is not meant tho ac rive politicians who quit ono party to fight for another party for they are most generally tho most bitter partisans but that class of citizens is meant who love good government peace law and order better than any political party Tho par tisan Republicans and partisan Demo crab ore going to vote for McKinley or for Bryan respectively as they did In 1890 Then tho weight of the conserva tive was against Mr Bryan because they regarded him as an untried ear nest brillliant extremist and they fear ed to trust tho best interests of tho country in his hands and tho great body of them distrusted his financial theories Sinco that timo thorn are many reasons for saying that theso sumo conservatives have an improved opinion of Mr Bryan and that ho now stands before them an honest consciencious wonderfully gifted citizen with well do fined ideas of government favoring peace law order and the best interests of hiss fellowmen Tho convention that nominated him was undeniably in clined to relegate any undue agitation of questionsaSpanishI territories tho paramount issue of tho campaign And this practically was dono On the question of con quest imperialism which moans war continued war tho conservatives are on the side of MrBryan because no man knows when or whore it may end Shall s itend with tho Philippines with China with Turkey or shall such wars with ac companying horrors and evils continuo alwayU GOVEKXOR McMiLLiK now Demo cratic nominee for Governor of Tennes see has published a card declining to make the race for U S Senator Tho peoplo never like a man running for two offices at tho same timo h fYi r b The Hickman Cour- ierss WAKHEN Publlshtn mCT IAN KENTUCKY m n ms v mm p sir mrt n CURRENT TOPICS A lnrge cotton mill is to be erected nt Marlon S Cs Of the 3700 Chinese in New Zealand only 20 are females The Egg Inspectors union Ir the latest one in Chicago Cherokee Indians decorated the graves at Ft Gibson I T A college of photography has linen founded at Brougham 111 It IB estimated that there are 15 000000 Germans in America In 1600 there were 200 horses In Aus tralla in 1000 there are 2000000 New Zealand ban now sent nearly 2010 men to the front in South Africa A train was stppped in Coffee coun 1y Tenn to allow a bear to get off the track Parliament building Wellington X Z Is the largest wooden structure InI the world No receptacle made has sufficient strength to resist bursting power of frozen water Bank of England notes are numbered backward that Is from 1 to 1000 hence the figures 000001 It is estimated that the number of Germans and their descendants in the UrfltecluStates Is 1500000- 0TheNewloundlnnd sealing season Las been the largest for the past 25 years 373000 seals having been cap lured An official return from the British war once shows that the distinctly Scottish regiments Inthe war contain 20000 men- Residents of Atlanta hope that cir cuses will come there nowxthat the license has been reduced from 1000 a- day to 550- 0According to a report of the labor commissioner of New Jfampshlre the shoe Ottput qf that state last year was 38110006 1 ra President KUotr oif Harvard hat been asked todeliver an address at the openingcxercises of the Univer sity of Michigan1 next fall Tih 5rewere 500000000 fowls in the Unite dStates lost year and the nuns bexvof eggs laid as estimated at about J 157so0000oj dozen or 17400000000 fdeggs The value of these fowls nn4 their product Is set down at 420000 000In good years the average fig crop of the Smyrna district amounts tc about 26000000 pounds but last year the yield was only 18000000 pounds The harvest time in Asiatic Turkey is November The figs are chiefly ship ped three months later A substitute for the glass stopper which although It prevents fumes from escnplng from the bottle has an awkward habit of getting fixed in to be found in a cork steeped In vaseline It answers all the purposes of the glass stopper without its disadvan tagesA nugget taken from the Connecti cut Zinc Coos property at Joplin Mo- a day or two ago which ranks asone of the handsomest specimens ever mined there weighs nn even ton It is principally zinc ore prettily trim med In calcite pink spar and cubes of galenaI Gen Miles an lieutenant general will enjoy the privilege accorded no other officers of the army of pre scribing his own uniform lie may wear what he pleases The Russian word belt which he secured when last abroad will it is said remuln apart of it Prof A Kent of Jewel la has been appointed by the sultan of Tur Jcey instructor of farming for thn env tire Turkish empire Prof Kent wm recommended for the position n year ago but on account of the usual Oriental dilatoriness did not receive the appointment until recently lie Js now n member of the faculty of the Iowa State Agricultural college- In England there are only about 170 centenarians In Ireland 578 and in Scotland 40 Sweden has 10 and Nor way 3 Uehjium 5 Denmark 2 Switzerland none Spain with a population of 18000000 has 401 persons over 100 years of age Of tho 2250000 inhabitants of Servla 575 have passed the century mark France with a pop ulation of 40000000 has 21 cen tcnnrlunxThelnrgest nugget yet found in the Klondike was pinked up on Hold Hill recently It wrghed event lIocn ounces and waR valued nt 13000 In the fourteenth century armor became so heavy that many soldiers only SO years old were deformed or permanently disabled by its weight The North German Lloyd is about to start a steamship line on the Yang tseKiang river in China to con nect Shanghai with the ocean ships The stairway leading to the tower of the Philadelphia city hall contains 698 steps and Isi said to bo tho long set continuous stairway fll the world STRIKE ON AGAIN The lloycott Aunliit the St Louts Traction Cuuipnur llns lleeu RenewedS St Louis July OThc executive ommlttee of tho local branch of the Amalgamated Association of Strcot Itaihvny l 1IIIIIV17B Ul merlun tftcldld to call n inaaa meeting to consider the relations existing between tho SU Louln Transit Co and its tmiploytii It is assorted by the executive eon tntttpo that the tt ctfomcnt signed uPresident Whlhiker iuf the rmn U Co and Clialrnmn Edwrfrfla of tlio itrlkers grievance committee where linedtwenI fit Louis July 10The jjjriko against the St louls Trnunit Co by Its former employes which tits dc rlarcd off on July 8 was ordered re Unwed at a meeting of the Street Hallway Menn union nt tHe West End Coliseum When tho strike was httt tied on July 2 there were Koine nut terings of discontent among the men over the terms of settlement nnd since that time the dlatl fnction lists grown steadily Charges were made thnt the company hud failed to keep the agreement of July 2 mid n dozen or more instances were cited tending to prove that there hash been n breach of faith Meetings were held at several places in the course of the week and committees were appointed to procure proof of infidelity on the part of the company At n meeting of the execu tive committee of the rnllwny mens union held on Saturday a batch of nftldnvltn were produced to the effect thnt new men have been employed by the company since July 2 in Coin of the terms of the agreement of thnt date After n session lasting several hours the executive committee determined to call n mass meeting of the street railway employes nnd to rec ommend to the meeting that the strike he declared on again Tho Central trades and Labor union met later and Indorsed the action of the executive committee The representatives of the company and President Whitaker addressed n letter to the men denying that the company had intentionally violated the agreement of July 2 and declar lug Its intention to live up to every condition of the agreement both In letter and spirit Fred W Lehtnann attorney for the company appeared at the meeting and offered to submit thn question as to whether the com pany had broken faith tcv Joseph W Folk counsel for the mm and bound the company to abide by Mr Folks judgment In the premises The prop osition was ignored and by a unanimous vote the strike was renewed SHOT NIAGARA RAPIDS Prier Mnnpn of Clilmro Success Trpeullr ttnkes ills vrllon Trip tin IruiiilurU Niagara Falls X Y July 10Peter Issn of Chicago or Mr liowser tat he styles himself went through the whirlpool rapids of the Niagara river In the presence of about 10000 persons in his craft the Pool Killer The start was made from a rock about a mile above the rapids at 357 but the fickle eddies kept the Fool Killer drifting about until 450 when she got into the whirlpool current and started for the final plunge Passing under the cantilever Midge the boat took on the speed of an express train Uowser threw his oar far from him IHu1Vhewave and then dive into the leaping spray and disappear The strange craft turned over and over like n top rolling and plunging until it passed a bend in tjp river and the roost peril oils part of the Journey had been paKsid The buoyant craft kept on the crest of the waves until submerg ed again on tho verge of the whirl pool Shooting into the whirlpool the Fool Killer swung around and went down like a fishing bob but rose again quickly For the next 51 minutes Bowser and his boat circled around the whirlpool Shortly before 0 oclock the Fool Killer wort carried out to the edge of the rapids and a line was thrown by Dowser to some men on shore who hauled it in Ills first question was How is that fur Uowser Dowser warmed himself at a fire built on the shore and put on dry clothing and appeared to be little the worse for iris mad ride Another Afrlttl Wur Ilrewlntr London July 10A dispatch to the Kxpress from Peshnwur in the Iun jab under date of lime 10 says GOO Afridis made a sudden night descent on 300 Afghans who were engaged in building a fort near Decca and killed n number of them It is feared in sonic official Indian circles that an other Afridi war Is brewing K mil of Mae 1vrMOHB Folnonrd Little Rock Ark July 10News reached here thnt the entire family of W J Fink consisting of nine per sons had died near Calleoo Rock Marion county from eating poison oust toadstools supposed to be mush rooms All were taken violently HI and none recovered Telegraph Operators Wniited Washington July 10Wlth n view to placing the signal corps In nn em cient condition in the Philippines nnd vhlnn leis Grecly the chief signal officer In making special efforts to en list competent telegraph operators for service in the east SulcI tied lif SbootliiK Chicago July 10P D Cossltt founder of La Orange lip and one of the bestr known men In this section Monday committee suicide by sbpQt ng He wasgBlfyears of age and was lespomlent from lang Illness 0 TWO OFFICERSKILLOD capt1Roberts Reports the Death of Currie and Lieut KirkIi Gen lliittimV DlVUIoit ttlnektdtnr- u lnrtc iiiuher ut Ilotro lint lire luckl Drtvvu Olt It Artl tcry Ion butt July 9n ins ag9ttt1is nioflng tov rtPthc htr of tKoTcIcfjm try held by Do Wet Lord Roberta telegraphed to Mt war niliee under date of Pretoria Jul yPagetfollows kII 3 sueeeKsfully nt Pleislrfontuln Ha drove them out of n very strong perl lItion Herons I jeuw lump to lironcri fonteln vhcrc ho bivouacked for the nlhiIe fOlloved VPAJio neiny jindpon the afternoon of July jTYns it 11na iw1isf1Jei4 nillcjfiio thwofli of llcthlehcm lIe reports th tt a11lOr Steyns govemment ofllclalN oxocp the treasurer general who has gou to Vrede are nt Bethlehem whiih j 51111hhnRrfflight to till inoUntnlns huller rev ports the line to Heidelberg restored flotnllltltltlonLourcnco Marques on Friday learned that the Doers arc slowing frrh activity A Dritish force IB reported within 40 mllcH of Koomntlpoort London July DLnte news from South Africa reports thnt the Docn Ineffectually attacked Gen Duller 11t1delberturning from a visit to Lord Roberts The beers attacked Ickburg gar rison at midnight on Tuesday but were driven off ratter 43 minutes lighting Gen Drabant on July 5 ocoupN Dornbcrg between Scnnknl nUll WD furbandsof Gen lluttons mounted troops on July C and 7 engaged 3000 Doer t i st of Droukcrsprult and drove them t The British casualties numbered 1 Cotmnnndnnt Llmumr tried to re capture Itustonburg on July 5 iat was driven back- Thirtyfour of the Strnthcona h nt under Lieut Anderson worst nttai ri by 200 liners east of Standerton oa July 0 The British soon took o session of a kopje uporilwhloh t irr successfully withstood the attack rJ the enemy The Times Lourenco Marques ON respondent says sA general in u went of Doer settlers into Gaza iiM Portuguese territory seems to b u contemplation Already large h ra have b en driven across the bot e Tho Portuguese welcome the in r pLondon egraphs to the war office froralreto tin ns follows The officesm mantling nt Hellbron a hitStateState Secretory Dllgnaut Astor ney Dlqkfton and member of the Council tintander and Kup erveriren came In nnd surrendered Hutton wnsattacked SuhOny a a position he won holding by a largo number of Doers lie cut them oil without much difficulty the flvench guns with him being found mOlt ise fut Our only casuhltywad LiutJ Young of the fl rat Canndian mount 1 ed troops xllght ecalpvound The enemy left several wounded on the ground and lent atthng jf truce ih sr request thaw they might bo received In our field hospital h I regret to say that Capt Como and Lieut Kirk of the Imperial light horse who were reported woundnt In my last telegram wore both killed One squadron of this distingucaed corps pressed a very superior forte of the enemy in a gallant attempt to cnrry off a wounded comrade to which they attributed the henry lots sustained In addition to the offirrs a farrier sergeant and three troopers were killed nnd thet sergeant major three sergeants and seven troopers woundedAs Roberts dlspatokra s reveal the hoots arc unusually active both in the Orange colony and the tofailed pacified Western Transvaal but with out producing any serious Ingression upon the Drltlsh arms Passengers arriving nt Lonrrnco Marques on July U from Mlddlpburg say there hat been severe fighting be tween the latter place nail Madiado dorp in which tho Doers wore defeat ed and demoralized The Lourenco Marques correspond ent of the Daily Telegraph says un der date of July 0 I understand thnt Mr Hollis the American consul here has been recalled He Is n well1 known pro llocr IlesAnnnllnut Little Hoc Ark July 10Xenr Falcon Columbia county Lee Watson was shot mid killed by iMrs sinuses IhnryhOllleattempted to assault her She seized doublebarreled ItlfdlIlInghimwas arrested and jailed on a charge of murder ATJoiitile Ilona lug Fayvilh La July eSlrn Parker nnd Dell McSwnyne coloredwere hanged here They were given abso lution according to the rites of the Catholic church The two Negroes fiendIHIa Ilrlicntlo Kncaiupinent Springfield Ill July SrllI entire 1st brigade Illinois national guard ar rived Saturday at wimp Lincoln Tiyentyslx hundred anti twentyfive firstbrtiadel i ir THEY MAY FUSE The Ioiwllts National Caiiiinlllrn He- cililmjoiloln issue Wllll the Irm ucrnlsliti l the hall CnminleM Kansans City Mo July 8 Practical fusion between the populist and dour matte parties OH the proitldontlnl ticket last boon decided upon by the iMiHillxt national committee 1iilosi IrllIttlllllR8l art cihnngcd howovor vice proiduntltil onn Jidateisihl not bo tmdorned whether iir not Chants A Towno decides to wltlntrWtljitl hhhic ifitf flfo tfhnflMnttf IIr tho poimlUt party an this It Is cured would result in n largo de flection to thin mlddleoftherond iMipiUUi fX A Towno loft for house iiiti SniurdiJy afternoon nUll will stop nvrr nt Uiipoln nt thin Invitation of V J Bryan Hie whole situation will I le throughly illKouswetl mul upon II r itrynns viewn on tlio innttor will tlepond In n largo men mi re Mr TawnOa tleMlon JUlorifqftl nnnduiggee pra Muney II wrIll ant Miiai deolnlon until ho has also conferIrnees with other louder In ilcinoerHtlo RIll populist Isurt lea anti until ho does communicate with tho a IHpuliHt national committee whist IU not bo for several days Bt least chat body will take no further notion In awe Mr Towne decide to withdraw hit tissue as tho vice presidential camlllnto of Use populist tarty the 3 nations committee will select nnother eandldiite The sentiment app srenty Is against tile endorsement of Mr Stevenson on uovfliint of the peculiar conditions existing In several of the western states notably KHIIMIK Nebraska and South Dakota where tho populist loaders fiilr tho straight endorsement of the jeepanlizeIpurlieu will work together In thin way In the ntntiw where the popu j jlist Htronglh Iis the greater the un ileratMiidlng will la that tilt elector h lUll both tiekotH will favor llrynn and Towne Thin will apply es oetally to the western states In the eastern states and other ecHioHtt where tilt popullHtfi admit their party Is slit tasteful to the democrat tier electttr slI tickets will be for Ilrytin awl Ste VOHMIH In the electoral college aeeenllNg 10 the general plan as outlined It to the intention to unlto the vote prob Hilly on Mrt Stcveitfton This general plan was outlined at the meeting of the Kipull t mitJonal committee which wan hold Friday night at the flout of the meeting between till conference committee of the demo Brats populist and ntlvcr republican pnrtleit and whirls adjourned early Saturday titter a prot muted debate The whole Idea In to ooncnntmte our forces and work for tho imectiMof Wm J Bryan unld former Cnngro ll in nn Hldgejy of Knnmiij Saturday The democratic pint form and ttokel U MtUfuotdrf to UK but Moullar con dltlonH exist In majty Mated where our strength In the grontoNt and we coo Hitler it advlmble to have n complete populist ticket In the field as In thIvay we can host hold our forces Lincoln Net July 0 While Mr Towno linn not announced for publi cation hlii decision In the matter It In here regarded as practleally settled popsylistprrxldent and that the name of Adlnl gtevinnon will be ubtltnt l Jl y the uatlannlfeoinmlttccj1 BATTLESHIP OREGON SUri WJ11 jHnrt for Kurr UiirU Jniinii i InMlKny ur rsrp AVlirrt Jtlir Mifl J- Hrinuln Tlirrr Months WaKhlngton July 10Tine navy de partment received a cablegram from Capt Rodgers of tint Naehvllle who mode n flying trip Sunday trans hits station nt Che Foe out to the scene of the grounding of the Oregon 13 unties northwest of the port Ills dill pntch reads UK follows CheFoo July tIOrelColt starts for Kure dock Japan about 10th or 12th stopping en route if weather in bud All well on board Oregon Time dispatch conveys indirectly the information that wire communication with ChePoo In again optn A rough eKtimiite rondo at the navy department ronslgns the Oregon to the dry duck three inontlm The courtesy exhibited in the Japanese government In allowing the Oregon to use this dock which IIn owned by the govern ment in much appreciated by the navy department ofllcluhi here The T 11 V A Uonvrntlon- Knoxvllle Penn July 10Xego tiatloiiH inure commenced whereby tho next national convention of the Y M C A may be held In this city Of ficials of the international committee lIe nKned for inforsiution regarding this cltya ability to accommodate the delegates who will be about S 000 in number The convention will be held June 1003 Strikers Fire un Soldiers llotterdam July10ETlo strike of dock laborers and carmen linn an tuned a roost Kcrloun aspect The fttrlkerH fired upon the Koldicra wounding ten of them The garrl Mona have been reinforced and war ulilpH are protecting the wale front Catholic 1rlPMt Mav1 Worcester MUJ July lOICev M J Arthur Coutlee a pricHt of the Ito man Catholic church and bliss Geor gluon 1errlcr formerly n school teacher in Ontario Canada who elud ed her parent and came 800 miles were married here Cardinal aibbotiN Clmimex fits lllnd WaHhIngfon July 10 Cardinal JIb buns has decided not to go abroad before niwct spring contrary to the gen crnl jpi uston that ho would visit the JarlH exposition and the JfnBsjon play nt Obernmmerjrau this Hiunnicr i J CHINESE REPULSED I They Make an Attack on TlcnTsln ale Fight Lasting Seven Hours I The Japanese Jovprniuciit lists UcoC rlilril to Iiiiiiioillnlrly Il intrh MWM Jliii mill HNH llor rn ISI Cliltill l1 London liino 30Fho Uq1bvMnllii i orrtWOH Kiit nt Chelbo Htilionneen undor into of July 7 that tho ithtt United States Infantry hint arrived at 1ukuLondon tidy 10 About 500 mon were wounded In the fighting at Tien Tain The lato t news from TlenTnln IH contained In n IIOWH agency miswige inlet1 Friday July Ot reporting a rr newed ChlnqfiC n tngk thnt morning wjth 12 gunn Itho alllud foreen ie plied with the guns tadim from thel- rltlshm flrxtolnwi cruiser terrible sal a mixed loran of lfiOO men mode iiortle under cover of the tire of the nnvnl brigade stub nttucked this t hi uese who retired utter seven hOIlIllJJ tghtWtvnrller dlnint hea record severe fighting notably on July 2 and July whims that Chinene developetl unex peeled strengths and itch eoiiKldernble with artillery At the bridge nicer the foreign Kettlement there wnn lined fighting at clone imnrtern the llun slats with n Oatlln gun finally com Nlllng the Ihlnene to retlie though 1 they Buffered heavily Yokohama July IOTht govern ment lax deeldtill to Immediately dis I patch 831000 tool and 9000 horses to Chlim Rich July 10The German Asiatic nallinl Monday morning for IenryIII wrtHre of the warships IIl Wmthlngton July The following Wu tolttgroin twos received by Mlnnter front Sheng director general of the Imperial telegraph at Shanghai July 3Iwo legation In Irking eUll preserved All inlnlKteni rats I ItobolHoH troops snot rloteni make j Kttttttkn but rafter many losses Jilt j pedal treoM mere protecting but ntlCtjj with UllKwilty In tiding no It UI fraud that food and ammunition arejj oxhatutedIterlln I July ILThe Herman CUhautJJ at ChePoo rattler seism date of Mon day that the American inlMlon at- Tune Lu and the Cflthftllc lUlmlonn at Chlng Chu Pu have been looted Ha ndilH that the boxers continue their endeavors to Incite the popula ties of ChePoo to revolt LI Ting Hong the former governor of Shan Tang with 8J00 tarn has gone north vnnl from Nankin the governor of whirls place rciHOHted him U with draw Merlin Jily 10Ln Hal Hminn the Chlnexo mhJct to Germany has re eelve l n dig atoh from Li lung Chang dated July 7 saying MNo authentic eontlrnratlon hat arrived of time Vo king slaughter omit I leave reliable Inv formation that Prince Chlng mums or ganised n do erinlnrd oppoKlllon to the Itaxurx lighting theni with regu lar troops a majority of which rev mania loyal Several severe entounterr have been fought In which the loyal lroopsl were victorious Three thousand rebels haws liron killed In the streets before tilt gates of Peking The iierman government fears the Hjirend of the trouble Ixindgn June toWhh the foreign cm In Peking probably afo amid civil war with Prince Chlng on their side with this powern united mid their forces constantly IIneruanlng the out look In China in njrather morn hopaful than It has been fur a month port It appears front the cautious Htatement given out by Tnotnl Slmng In Shanghai thnt the reason that the heavy gunn bearing on the legations at Poking were not lined U that Prince Ching who InI nerved by 10000 troops seized all tho artillery ammu nition Shong likewise intimates thnt Yang Lu comuianderlnchief of the northern Briny IH associated with Prlnro Cheng in opposing Prince terms ferocious designs and dictato rial ambition Shrug who appears to be the solo Shanghai conduit of Po king news cheers the foreign conmiln by thene confidential commmtlcatlonx but takes excc lvo precautions to prevent the Chinese front thinking him friendly to the foreigners Wnshlngton July 10 Minister Wu has cabled to Sheng the director gen eral of Imperial posts nt Shnnghnl and to the viceroy at Nanking n rev quest thnt they tnke steps to have it made known in Poking and vicinity thnt heavy rewards will he paid by the American people for the nalvutlon of the people In the legations Tho minister did not make this represen tation upon the authorization of tho United States government but upon many ntutetnentn that hod been made to him by prominent American citizens pie was approached Sunday by sore ladles friends and relatives of tame of thepcople who were with Mr Conger when the outbreak occurred beseeching him to offer rewards which they would pay to anyone who would help the besieged The American guys Won Stamford Bridge July BThe American athletes won the interna tional championship Saturday byov erwhelming their English competi tors Thus far they have won seven of the twelve events The British have won four Order to Itecrnlt Trauin Chicago July DOen Jos Wheeler commanding the department of the lakes has received orders to recruit four companies of the 5th regiment now at Ft Sheridan to tine lull quote as rapidly ns possible War Xntes from Oil I nft Tit I Imperial arsenal tt BlnpHI U rua chug nights making metalallclcl with scare hellca on them Prnce hung is buying up all time two kand ed wooden nverdsl for the use of the royal guard twenty stands or Ilreeraekjr gut have been seized in the province of Takasip Handle art beinp fitted to a tliouwn dozen enamilwl toasting forks Two hundred assorted kites In the shape r demaniae dragons are to be tent up to frlpIlea away the foreign doss wntytive thouwncl tr goo i are be- Ing larou red in colon and Ipretkladwith b rolio thunipen Thee vm lirlirtten upon as seen as the white devils appear and- re expected to throw them into a blue panic There UI a btlk demand for Canton mat ling bembproofi ylth rico loper prayer gummed en them ram are wtain la turn atide the shells tue lntider beery auge fIInl ievelsnd l1ln Ddtr 1= ThePinkham Record1ss rooNi It 1s a rtoorti of ours of constant con- gMat OV r OJrSftVMiaf Ills of wommn Mm thatilftu1 out tlmsjtmfr suffering that many wmn thtiik tm w llana itaturmt hrf tfm tHseritmrs mmti dls tlM mm9i9tm that ifrlve out 1llp ILytIIa Eo Mnlhimt Vepheahla coWMi I wras t111aa trrutels of women MM rtrlls mn strumtloii sf Its terrors NQ wtmuut Adkm with out tha safat JMNT surest mtfvtoe forMrs Ptnkhaun oswtssis wei can fre of obmrge Her eoUress Is Lynn Msss Can say wonts M mffonf te tgmero the moiHofno smt the silvfoo thmt has oureeJ a mMtla wtOf e Newa I i Railroad to i V t San FranciscoJIr Santa Fc Route by its San Joaquin Volley Extension The only line with track atilt trains under S one management all the way from Chicago to the Golden Gate f Mountain passes extinct volcanos petrified forests- prehistoric1 ruins w e Indian pueblos Yosemite Grand Canon of Arizona en route S Same highgrade service that hasmade the Santa PC the favorite route to Southern California Fast schedule Pull man and Tourist steeper daily Free reclining chair cars Harvey meals throughout ti a General Passenger Office 011a Attkltoa TofMka A Santa U t S CInCAQO S SSSSS e e SIeeee CHICAGO OMAHA DoubleDaily Service few lino via nock Dubugue1WAlerloo DodreanaCoun tcl11nulisltuaetllbratvemoking tiiridIDIDi tlotsagn5eutallluttratng eonntCllalkMCream Custard Free All Grocers are giving with a package of Durnhama hasty Jellyeon a lOa package of Durnhama Cream Custard Hasty Jelly con is the finest Jellyeon preparation No cooking or baking Dltiolvc in hot water OrangeLemonCherry and Ptaca Order tc day C e v i n- as i fX l 4 4 Wz T P 1 6 r lA f It- e I J c p 1 JJDYANAN D S1EVENSOONN They Arc the Democratic Stand anti Hearers In the Presiden flat Campaign of 1900 Both Iteceivcd tho Nomination at tin Kansas Clty National Convention- on tho first Ballots PLATFORM ADOPIED JS QUITE LENGTH It Declares That Imperialism is the Paramount Issue of the Coning Political Struggle It Oio r ixinnalon Mllllarlin and TruiU Mini Hectare far the free ColititRc of Sliver mt the Hallo ul 1U la 1 I Kansas City Mo July 4Amld OOIIM of tumultuous uiuliuslusm bo titling lush an event and such a duy tho dojneerutle national convention began Its Ion nut attar Hlttllif until a late hour nt night the expect ed climax of the dnytlte 1I0nlliln lion of William J llryaii UN the domograth oandldiito fur provident has fallad 9f realisation and all of the larger btiii IIMM of the convention awaits the completion of the platform Tlic cttinmlttoe on resolutions after a MMHdon lasting until 3t30 IIn the morning dccldod for an explicit i leuaruUan for sllvsr coinage at 10 tO 1 The vote wee 27 to 24 Tliurnilnrn Pnilun Kansas City Mo July sAt 11 oakttk n in Thursday tho slenda figure of Chairman Richardson loom c4t up hoc the platform assemblage lit swung the gavel lustily nnd above the din faintly could be heard his culls for order Slowly quiet was brought nut of the confusion and the chairman presented lit Boy John J Clrnnln for the opening Invocation the M3tlre audience delegates and spectators standing reverently with bowed haads while tho wordy of the- o prayer echoed through the building With the conclusion of the prayer Chairman Richardson made nn cnrnes appeal to the delegates and spcotn total to preserve order so that the work of the convention might proceed without undue Interruption Ser RtHintatArmft Martin udded another Appeal particularly to delegates not to bring their vireo upon the door reserved for delegates an it keptI other delegate from tho neat to which they are entitle Mr Itlohanl son now announced that the platform 0uHttUtr was not reailytn report ifPending word from them he invited to tho platform ox Gov Hogg of t loto address tho convention The giant form of the Texan ad vnnead to the front and was greeted enthusiastically He was In good value and his wonli reurberlltrd through tin hall When ho dcola red that tho party dill not proposrt to surrender one iota of itA attitude In IBM HH promulgate by the Chicago convention there war round after round of cheers hut thin broke Into a whirlwind of up proving shout when the governor ait norted that tho partys platform moat contain an iinwjulvoool anti specific declaration for ID to 1 It was not tioonble that the delegates joined with the briny of spcctntorft in tin tribute to the 1C to 1 Idea inv Hogp arraigned the policy of the present administration In the riiillpplnaH am foreign affairs generally its sub wrvieney to trusts Ho closed with R prediction that the platform appealing for n oorreetlon of existing ovib wuuld bring victory1 In November At tho termination of Gor Hoggt jnddrem Chairman Itlchardson stepped forward to rayn few words to Stir goantntArmft Martin and tho crowd took advantage of the opportunity to start tho cry of nil It come from nil quarters of the gallcriue but pniotienlly little of It from tho dele gates Mingled with tho Mills were lllMMCtf Chairman Itlchnrdson wielded the gavel vigorously und when order was restore h in some degree announced ientlemen I luivo tho honor to Introduce to you Hon A MI loukury MlMtoiirPn favorite son Mr Dockcry was warmly received The first mention of Dowrys nnmc 4ilnre the opening of tho convention was made by Mr Dockcry while dls aiming the Philippine question but the mi mo of tho fatuous admiral WUH received without n ripple of nppliiusc lIe closed Ills rumnrkH with the us xuninco of democratic MHCCCSM nail tho ccltibrntion of the centennial of Jef fersons nomination next November At tho conclusion of the speech of Mr Dookcry Mayor n 8 Hose of Milwaukee was called to tho pint form to address the convention Ho niado n fine Impression Instantly At tired in n black suck atilt and stand ing easily nail speaking fluently he xoon stirred the audience His voice vas clear nail ringing nnd penetrated q to the II I iUI If IM31 parts of the hall lull Hill came the cry again sis Mr Ilriso concluded but the New Yorker was not present and tho bands brake out with the Star Spangled llanner The patriotic strtilnH hud no sconce subsided titan another 11111 wave pawned over tho nsiiclnblngc del cgntcH going with Urn spectators while some of tho New Yorkers sought to offset the demand by shout lug for Grudy drady Again the band came to the rescue Tho hurrahs for Hill gave way to Dixie At every twist however tho Hill p shouters clamored for their favorite At 1230 p m GOT Declchaon of Kentucky was introduced and tho IheIwholly to tho delegates The govern or addressed the convention After the cheers with which jov llcckhams speech was received had subsided one of the delegates in lion tana started the tuneful old song My Old Kentucky Home and ono verse of It was sung with vigor the singing bcjng followed by greet cheer lug as the young governor resumed his scat The convention then adjourned un til 3 p m- Iansa5 City Mo July 5 William J Bryan of Nebraska was unani mously placed In nomination as the BRYAN I l 1 democratic candidate for president of tho United States on a platform op posing Imperialism militarism and trusts and specifically declaring for the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 The nomination came as tho culmination of a frenzied demon titration In honor of the party leader lasting 27 minutes and giving utter since to nil the pentup emotions of the vast multitude It followed also n fierce struggle throughout the last 30 hours the platform declaration on silver and on the rein tire position which the sliver quos thin Is to maintain lot other great issues of the tiny Tho convention had idjourned to meet at 3 oclock but I was after 4 before the ehnirnnn catern It to or tier the delay being on m count of the platform committee not being ready to report As soon OH order was re stored Chairman Junes reported the I platform and It was read by Senator Tillman is as follows The riiUforin We tho representatives of tho demo cratic party of tho United States niscm bled In national convention on the nnnl vermiry of the ndolltlontot tho Declara Ion of our faith In that Immortal proclamation of tho Inallenablo rights or man and our allegiance to tho constitution framed In harmony with the fathers ot the re public Wo hold with tho United States su premo court that tho Declaration of In dependence Is tno vplrlt of our govern ment of which tno constitution Is tho form and letter We declare attain that governments Instituted among men derive their Just powers from tho consent of tie governed that any government not based upon tho content of tho govern ed Is a tyranny nnd that to Impose on any people n government of force tIs to substitute tho methods of Imperialism for those of a republic Iiitperlnlliin the r rainouut Issue Wo hold that tho constitution follows tho flag nod denounce the doctrine that an executive of congress deriving their existence and their from tho con powers stitution can authority beyond It o- agrt r In violation of It We as that nc nation can long endure halt republic and half empire and wo warn tho American peoplo that Imperialism abroad will lead quickly and Inevitably to despotism ut home Hel fundamental prin- cIples wedenounce the Iorto RIco law crattc minority as tI bold and open vIo- lation of the nations orgkiilc law and a tlHgvaiit breach ot the national good faith It Imposes upon the people of Porto Rico a government without theIr con rent and taxation without representa lion It dishonors the American people by repudiating a solemn plodge made In theft behalf by the commanding centr JUCAns al of our- welcomed armsto n peaceful and oecupalten ot their land It doomed to poverty anti distress a people whoso help lessness appeals with peculiar force to thisour Justice and mangnnmltY In the Ilrst act of Its ImperIalism program tho republican party oloniallpolicyminconl Unltel Stntu to a slstnnt with promo numerous condemned by tho s court in We demand decisions the prompt and honest- pfeoj lleeandothe worlldlthat tho the Unitedo Btales has no disposition or Intention sovereignty Jurisdiction or control cxcrclsn I over the Island of Cuba except for Its pacification The war ended nearly two years ago profound peaco reigns over all the is land and still the administration keeps the govemmcnt ot the Island from ill people nclal tho colonial theory to the disgrace of i American people We condemn and denounce the I hll tlon Ipplne plt hasembroiled the republic admtnlstra In an COL WILLIAM JENNINGS concerning roalttrm unnecessary war sacrificed tho lives oftl many of Its noblest ions anl placed the Inlted titata previously known And ap plauded throughout tho woild as thq of freedom In the false and un American ixultlon of crushing with mill tary force the efforts of our tormer allies to achieve liberty and selfgovernment We favor on Immediate declaration of the nations purpose to give to thq Filipinos first A stable form of govern ment second Independence and third such alohatbeen given for nearly acon tury to the republics of Central and South America j The greedy commercialism which die tatrd tho Philippine policy of the repub I lean administration attempts to Justify It with the plea that It will but even this sordid and unworthy pleafalls whe to the test of facts The war o criminal agresilon against tho Filipinos onlalllng an annual expense ot many mil lion has already cot more than an possible profiti that could accrue from tho entire Philippine trade for year to come Furthermore wncn trade IIs ex tended at the expense of liberty the price IIs always too high We are not opposed to territorial expansion when It tikes In desirable territory which can be erected Into states In the union and whose people are willing and fit to become American citizens I r ADLAI E STEVEN ONoI It all againstthe plunderrevenuesrandbezploit Wo favor trade expansion by every peaceful and legitimate moons But we aro unalterably opposed to the seizing or purchasing of distant Islands to ue governed outside tho constitution nnd whoso pcoplu eau never become clti sonsWo republicslXlended11notthe purxuaslve power ot a high and horn exampleThe of other questions now IsInparty takes no backward step from Its position on them but tho burning Issue Spanishthe republic and ttjo destruction of freo campaignThe Institutions Wo regard It as ofII platform adopted fit tho Philadelphia convention t held In June 1900 that the republican party adheres to the policy of the Monroe doctrine Is manifestly Insin cure and deceptive This profession Is contradicted by tllo avowed Policy of oftiesovereignty over largo areas of territory and largo numbers of people In tho Eastern j hemisphereWe the strict maintenance I Integrity ofEuropeanas essential to our supremacy In Amen can affairs At the sumo time we de clare that no American people shall eve subJectiontoMilitarism Denounced We oppose militarism It means con quest abroad anu Intimidation und op arm pression whiyh at hue overtbeennfataleto tree Institutions It tl what millions of our citizens hale lied from In Europe It will Impost upon ouv pcacolovlnc peo I 4pie a Inge fratpimAbut311uirjin nationt to seidlt4leilanai i nn shouldSfI areeYeII t the stFarnndcoehfromurclenounaot I undemocraticatnd our freepeopleThe Trusts IndefensibleanuoompeUUnrobbingbOhh anddeprlcaptlalbettermnlThyotdeyllltddupery to the benefit of the few at the theirIOsatlate willberc dlroyedrI with the trustgullI by the republican party In state and proofOfrepublicanWIIIIPS I poIflraI We pledge the democratic party to ant unceasing warfare In nation state and city against private monopoly in trulltllmqtpubflelly1 corporationsengagedqull1t1c all corporate officers to show be ore doing business outside of the state offlneir origin that they have no water litftheir stock and that they havo not attempted and are not to mo ngpollzr any branch of business or the production of any articles of merihan powertrngressma all modes of Interstate com munication shall be exercised by the en actment of comprehensive laws upon the subt nt trusts The tariff laws should be amended br putting the products of trusts the free list to prevent monopoly undo t protecttonThp present republican administration with an absolute control ever all branches cf the national gov pretf1 of trusts and Illegal combinations or to epforce the antitrust laws already on- t statute books proves the Insincerity ot the hlghsoundlng pareses of the re publican platform Corporations should be protected all n their rights and their legitimate in thesis should be respected but any at tempt by corporations to Interfere wlt the public aftaIra of the people or t0e the sovereignty whiccreatet-hem should be forbidden under such penalties as will make such attempts Im osulble We condemn the Dingley tariff law as a trustbreeding measure skillfully devised to give the few tat ora which they do not desire anu to place upon the many burdens which they should not bear Ve favor such an enlargement of tho trope of the interstate commerce law as will enable the commlalllon to protect tn UVMuals and communities from discrim nations and the public from unjust and infatr transportation rates Famous Free Silver Plank We reaffirm and Indorse the principles of the national democratic platform adopted at Chicago In ISJ6 and rate the demand of that platform for to American financial system made by which shallrarostoreand for maintain themselves R bl partyinch system the Immediate ViCreV and unlimited coinage of cliv fir snaurttd at the present legal ratio of tol without waiting for the old or co sent of any other nation We enounce the currency law e asedacted at the last setslcn of congress a step forward In the republican policy whist alms to discredit the sovereign right of the national government to is sue nil money whether coin or paper and to upon national banks the porter to Issue and control the volume of aper money for their own benetlt- lA permanent national bank currency tturcd by government bonds must have a permanent debt to rest upon and If the bUIlt currency Is to Increase with popu laden and business tne debt must also Increase The republican currency tctinno Is therefore a scheme for fast Inlf on the taxpayers a perpetual and growing debt for the bencnt of the bunks fVo aro opposed to lute private corpo ration paper clrculatea as money but without legal tender qualities and de mand the retirement of national bank notes as teat as paper or silver certlfl cabs can be substituted for them Election of Senators and Other Planks 4dVe favor an amendment to the f frat constitution providing for the ale Molt Of United Staten senators by dire peopletlV to government by IIn JiMMtiont we denounce the blacklist ltdlAVer arbitration as a means of settling dilButgs between corporations and th fmwoyes in the Interest of American labor and the upbuilding of the workingman the eorncrstoneof te prosperity of o country we rocommond that cengreM create a department of labor In clear of a secretary with a seat In the cat setU bdllerlng that the elevation of the AmorlQun laborer will bring with It 1In ireftged production and increased pros perky to our country at home and to our abroadtitthe courage and fl iiollty oftho American soldiers and Ifcdl rs ihi all of our wars we favor liberal tpnilons t6 them and their dependents and e reiterate the position taken In thec hl ago platform In 1S98 that the tact of enlistment and service shall bo deemed oinaluMVo evidence against disease and disability before enlistment We favor the Immediate construction ownership end control of the Nicaraguan rmal by the tnlted States and we de nounce the Insincerity of the plank In the 1IUonalrepubllmn platform for an lsth tnlan canal In face of the failure of tho republican majority to pass the bill pend ing In congress We condemn the HayPauneefote treaty as a surrender of American rights nd interests not to be tolerated by them peopleWothe failure of the ropubll in party to carry out Its pledges to grunt latehood to the territories of ArIzona New Mexico and Oklahoma and we territoriesimmediatoing their condition as territories and we for homo rule and a territorial form oi government for AlasKa and Porto Rico We favor an Intelligent system of Im proving the arid leans of the west silo r Ing the waters for tho purpose of Irri gation and the holding of such lands tactual or settlers Wo favor tho continuance and strict enforcement of tho Chinese exclusion law and Its application to tho same classes of racesJeffersonsaid Peace commerce and honest friendship with all nations on tangling atllsnee Walt none Wo approve thus wholesome doctrine id earnestly protest against Involved ut lan departure which has us ii socalled world politics Including tho diplomacy ot Europe and the Intrigue lUlU lanl grabbing ut Aaia and wo es repuiCan J mean discrimination against other friendly nations and which has already stifled the nations voice while liberty Is UrleaDellevlng ot Ielfgov frnment and rejecting as dill our fore fatners tho claim of monarchy we view with Indignation too purpose of Knglana to overwhelm with force the South ArrlII can republic Amer lean nation except the republican oftlce lweextendurrsympathieseto the heroic e burghers In their unequal struggle to maintain their liberty and Independence We denounce the lavish of recent republican congresses which havqael kept taxes high and which threaten lovItYeto he squandered In suea barefaco auds upon thn taxpayer as the ship ng subsidy bill which false of prospering American ship ilding would put unearned mlllloni IQ A tho pockets of favorite contributors the republican campaign fund We favor the reduction and speedy re peal of the war taxes anu a return to Wa favor tho reduction and speedy repeal of the war taxes and a return to timehonored democratic policy of strict economy In government expendi turesfthat our most cherljhod stitutions are In great peril that vho very soy Cosrendered will determine whether or not the children are to enjoy those blessed fortprivileges of free government which have mado tho United Stctes graat prosperous anti honored we earnestly ask for the foregoing declaration of principles the t hearty support of tho libertyloving American people regardless of previous WIpariNominations for president were called for Alabama yielded to Ne of braska and Oldham ascended the platform und nominated DranofWhen Oldhnm finished his speech the convention went wild The great fircatfollowed A parade of states began J W C G ed 1 r rWILLIS D OLDHAM The Man Who Nominated Bryan with banners und flags while the band played This was kept up over halt an hour Judge E D Perkins of Das Tex seconded the nomination oT BryanIlaI Seconding speeches were made by ex Senator White of California Judge 0 P of Illinois exSen Thdozen others The roll call of states was then ordered and every state gnat its entire t vote for Bryan and the vote was made unanimous The convention then adjourned until Friday morning Fridays Session Kansas City Mo July GThe democratic national ticket was completed by the nomination of Adlni E Steven sun for vice president The nomina lion was made on the first ballot state after state joining in the wild scramble to record Its support of the winning candidate It was not non C companied by any such frantic demonstration of approval as bad marked stagean although the result followed a spirit and at times highly dramatic con test between the advocates of Stevenson Towne Hill and the lesser candif dates The distinct triumph of the day in the way of a breakaway of a popular ovation was that accorded to Senator Hill and in its spontaneity find enthusiasm was one of the most notable features the convention has produced It was accompanied too by a remarkable scene when Hill ear neatly protested to his friends again t being placed in nomination and then finding his protest In vain ho strode to the platform and in tones which left no doubt of his sincerity earnestly besought the convention not to make him the nomineep intcnscta ed 3 for Stevenson and 19 fpr Hill it looked as though there wSkld be a close contest But it was soon ell rdent that Stevenson had n strong load At the close of the call he had urSSOyr votes which however was not enough to nominate him the requi gjsite twothirds being 024 Hill had received 200 votes and Towno 60Xj lint before the announcement of th Q result n stronglunged delegate from Tennessee stood on a chair and an nounced Tennessee changes her 24 DAVID H lULl Totes from Hill to Stevenson Th storied tho tide Irresistibly tower Stevenson From every quarter of the hall came calls for recognition Ala baina changed to Stevenson Califor nil did tho same North Carolina changed from Curr to Stevenson Even New York finally and reluctant ly announced Its change from Hill t Stevenson That ended it Steven sons nomination was assured ul though for some time longer the va rlous states continued to record their changes from Towne and other cnndi dotes to Stevenson In the end tho nomination was mado unanimous Itst announcement was greeted with enthusiastic applause and again state standards and banners were borne about the building in tribute to the nominee The usual vote of thanks were pass suds the cpnycntioni adjourned cabsDr Henry Barnard a noted edits tor dicdit Hartford Ct aged 93 t a SUSPECT CASES CALLED Large Array of Legal TnlllIt for Defense rind a Ills Lint of Ji Witnesses for the ProNCcntloii i r 1 r Frankfort Ky July 10leis cases the commonwealth against Yout Powers Davis Whlttnler jtnd mbs charged with complicity in murder of Wm Goebel nt Frank January 30 were called bcfpn Judge Cuntrill on u change of venue Monday By order of court alt per sons who entered the courtroom searched In addition to the Imposing arraytcounsel on each side and the lark number of witnesses from all party I 1 tho state n big crowd of spec tators thronged the room The work of selecting a jurywas st entered upon and the panel of those summoned to draw from was read The attorneys for the defines were sworn in as follows Fx0ov H Brown Ex Congressman W O I Owens Judge J C Sims K C Kin kead Ed Parker 11 W Nelson L J Crawford 11 E Roberts Geo Denny k 0 Dtinlnp P Clay Elkln DQ Falconer Judge J II Tinsley 0 N Philips and John M Stevenson Forth prosecution It B Franklin T 1 Campbell Victor F Bradley and B Williams The case against Caleb Powers Was the trust culled The prosecution ask for and was granted an order on the jailor of Franklin county to bring him as witnesses suspects Culton and Ci Noaks who arc in jail at FrankfortII The defendant former Secretary 6f State Caleb Powers was brought into lcourt and took a seat with the at torneys for the defense Though he has been In jail since March 10 he shows but few marks of confinementrand looks In good The spiritstt poena dices tecum ot Prof Jamese t Stephens to produce a letter fr mII Caleb Powers written hi Febrtinjyr which it is alleged low nt claimed f J for Ivmself the credit of the disdr ganlzcd condition of the democracy he letter was written it is alleged after the assassination Sinnty seven witnesses for the prosecution were culled and the prosecu ion announced ready for trial The court then announced that the 8ettense would be given till 230 to make up Its list of witnesses and it will de t velop whether the lowers case will of go to trial Powers attorneys say that their present plans are to go Into trial but it is not absolutely 1 certain lilt BRINGING TROOPS FROM tBAoJSeveral Transports Have Rren Orefdered to Perform That Duty nt Oncey r kWashington Jtrtj iOtcrTnas tcr General Ludington has practically completed arrangements to bring t i home the troops in Ctnbadestined lort+ I 4 li service In this country The trans r port Knwllns which has jusileft New York will unload freight ntllavanu I K find then go to Mntanzns whence she will take n battalion of the 10th in rtrtIIfnntry to Santiago unloading that battalion there nod loading n battal ion of tile 5th infantry which thc will bring to New York The transport Sedgwlck will leave New York for Mntanxas whensc she r finrnntrJl battalions of the 2d infantry for York Thy rook find McClolInn Vtt at NCW VvriM will leave soon with freight nor Ilavanft fid gill Ijringi back two battalions of tits hilt inant rywhich battalions will be forward ed to Ft Snelllng Minn When the transport McPherxon concludes her present duty of taking Cuban teach ors to Boston she will proceed tOSan tinge for the remaining battery of the Ttth infantry which will be landed j at New York QTHE PATENT OFFICEti t Itecelptu Were IfHa sSR Larser Snin Thnu Any Previous onr Vnutuer of Patent LUttlO Washington July DA summary l of thee patent of l flea by yearsBuell shows Uittcash receipts to have been 1359228Ia larger sum than in any previous fiscal year The total number of patents 20540 also breaks the record There has been a corresponding increase in the number of trademarks and labels registered A corresponding increase fprf the coming year will necessitnto some all dition to the already increased force of the otllce The commissioner urges the erec 1 tion of suitable building to be oc cupied solely by the patent office 4r 1 Strike AKnluat n lttcIUlClulIq l0Iuddlcpdto the number employed a Moorhcnds plate mill Sharpsburg struck against n reduction but uri less u compromise lis effected it is only a question of a few days until the mill will be compelled to shut down throwing over 500 men out ot owont Odds Oil iuleytNew York July tJacob Field a stock trader and C A Storbuck ps the New York Air Drake Co mad a bet of 20000 to 5000 Field takjnj the 20000 end with McKinley SevS aril small boUt nt 3 to 1 on JIcI1nleyii were made on Change fi Xoniluuted for Goverubr Little Kock Ark July 8The fee fti t tt publican state convention met hera Saturday nnd nominated ilon0H I rHemmel of Little noek Jor goVeS nor The convention decided to lea+te fthe remainder of the ticket blank 1 a if V ii ifII 7 T ITHE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JULY 13 1900 GoV ROOSEVELT will start In a few days on his second great wild Western hurrah Teddy believes in moving ttttJAPAN has consented to undertake the job of punishing the Chinese Germany joining the other nations in consenting to the arrangementtttt EMPEROR WILLIAM has offered through the Viceroys a reward of one thousand taela for the rescue alive of any foreigner of whatever nationality in Pekln ttttTIlE strength of the American army In the Philippines on June JO was 03420 of lacers and men Since that date 1310 of these have been transferred to China ttttTIlE trials of Yontsey Powers Davis Whltaker Combs and others as acces sories to the assassination of Governor Goebel began at Georgetown Monday tttt SINCE the situation in China has be Run to attract universal attention the war in South Africa has apparently been withdrawn from the public stage e Tttt ALL the States ot the Union now for presidenI I tial electors and Members of Congress on Nov 6th except Oregon whose two Congressmen were chosen on June 4th ttttWOULD Roosevelt have been a nomi nee for Vice President only for the charge of the Rough Riders up San Ju an lull Does that qualify him for the great offlca of Vice President and possibly President i ttttEDITOR KOHLSAAT of the Chicago TimesHerald concedes that the Democrats will carry New York this fall Now if Mr Platt will concede Illinois we can worry along without the rest of the doubtful Statestttt STEVENSON was nominated for Vice 1 1Presidentbecause of his ripe Statesmanship proved by his distinguished ser vice as Vice President Postmaster General International Monetary Commis 4 slop Congressman et- ctttt NOMINEES Bryan and Stevenson met- ajjt conference pf party leader at LAn coin Neb Monday and discussed plans for the campaign Two or three thous and people gathered at the Lincoln Hotel o when Mr Stevenson arrived and e both nominee responded briefly to calls torspeeches ttttt NEWS from Pekin regarding the posi tion of the Ministers and other foreigners is more favorable Prince Cbing supported by 10000 troops has Interfer ed for the protection of tho foreigners lie is said also to have the support of Yung Lu CommanderinChief of the Northern army in resisting the designs of Prince Tnan and the Boxers ttttTUB members of the Street Railway Employes Union in St Louis held a s meeting Monday afternoon and voted unanimously to resume the srtike and boycott against the St Louis Transit Company The members of the Union claim that the company has violated its agreement of July 8 relative to the re instatement of striking employes ttttEVERY good American citizen is shak ing hands with himself on the floating of the Oregon the favorite battleship toofthe American navythis magnificent vessel which with furnaces hot and un der highest speed encircled half the globe in that run of worldwide fame to participate in the engagement with Cerveras fleet How glad all are that she is sofa 1 tttt TIlE next election of National import ante will be held in North Carolina on August 2 when the amendment to the Constitution disfranchising the negroes will be voted upon and most likely adopted On Aug 6 Alabama elects its State ticket Sept 3rd Arkansas Sept 4th Vermont Sept 10th Maine and Oct 3rd Georgia All of the States mentioned will go Democratic by large L majorities save Vermont and Maine + which will give equally large Repub e lican majorities ttttIT may be news to many that the United States had a small sized war with China once before It was during the Tai Ping rebellion that the Ameri can navy made a hostile demonstration in Chineso waters Commander A II Foote of the sloopofwar Portsmouth while endeavoring to protect tho lives and property ot American residents in Canton was fired upon by One of the Chinese forts His demand loran ape ogy being refused he landed with 287 sailors and marines and attacked four forts mounting 176 guns and garrisoned by about 6000 Chinese In a campaign of three days lie captured all the torts LOCAL NEWS ontumThe upper rivers nre nIl ble Clothing may give n fellow an nir of refinement but its nil put on Dont forget to attend the Democratic precinct meetings tomorrow at 2 p m Only the man who gets paid for Itucan afford to spend his time talking polF itics It doesnt follow that a girl has a heavenly voice if she makes an unearth ly noise It Is policy for little birds in their to nests to agree otherwise they might fall out If people lamented their own faults as much as those of others the inilleni um would soon arrive There fro four candidates for sheriff and seven candidates for jailer ulrendal announced in Graves countybThe Troy NewsBanner says that a- garfish was killed ut Reoltoot Lake last week which weighed 350 pounds = An incubator is all right lI1uyhoJJ mused the Leghorn but it cant scratch for worms like mother used to do Headache it is said almost always yields to tho simultaneous application of hot water to the feet and back of tho neck Tho llickmou Handle Factory 18b being greatly enlarged with new matI chinery more than double Its former capacity The next regular meeting of tho Hickman 1k L Association will be held at the court house next Thursday night 19th inst I This country la engaged just now not in twisting the tail of tho British lion but in twisting the pig tail of ye heathen Chinee ExGovernor Hill of New York thea greatest Democrat living has promised to make a number of speeches in Kentucky this campaign Only six suits have been pled in tho Fulton Circuit Court for next term and four of them divorce cases Who says that marine is a failure A superstitious negro philosopher I says that when a man visits a melon patch and meets a watch dog its a sure sign that his errand will be frultlOSt1tlof Farmers are busy threshing their wheat during the propitious weather this week Some are getting TO bushels to the acre while others arc getting a lesser yield The pistol is an effective aid to curt ship in Indiana The other day a wo man weak from her wounds remarried the husband that had shot her because she divorced him A fish seldom gets into trouble if it keeps its mouth shut and the same may be said of some men People with mouths have to be careful what they sayJ as well as what they eat- WANTEDCapable lady or gentlemen for permanent traveling position salary 1000 yearly Expenses and com mission extra Address LIGHT Box 10 I Bard well Ky Mrs Russell Sago tell down he handsome front steps the other dayo Uncle Russell never would have done that with an old pair of back stops lying idle just on tho other side of theshouse Said a young bride tho other day to a friendI asked George if ho couldnt take me to the Paris Exposition and ho talked dreadfully lIe almost swore What did ho say Ho said hed sos mo in St Louis first Cut Prices I will cut the prices on all my Summer Dry Goods This is a good chance to buy good Goods cheap Call on moII 7132t H C AMBERO I Should you wish to improve tho quality of rour bread use the celebrate d I YEAST FOAM Nothing like it fortt producing a light sweet nutritious loafr I of bread It will retain its moisture and nutty longer than any bread raised with ail other yeast put on the marII ket TRY IT Why send off to buy your liquo jwhen you can get the best quality RndII best rates right at home R B Odoms wholesale liquor house Clinton street- keeps J Thixton Millett L Cos bes brandsOld Gold Old Wagon DiademI wines brandies and beer Miss Effie Lock and James Vinson I of this county accompanied by Mis- Myrtle Robinson and Taylor Greer hiedI themselves oft to Union City Wednes J day und were married at the Palace 110I tel It was an elopement the bride bo ing a minor Joy be with them Talk of introducing u course of in struction in agriculture in colleges isI ridiculed by western newspapers one of which declares that tho average Kansas boy or girl knows more about practi professorTho holiness people will have a bus harbor meeting near Thompsons store SundayJulycelebrated the 4th of July at Locust Grovo Church in Missouri with a basket plentytoThe healthiest shot In tho whole world is Aumone a French village con taining forty people Twentyeight ofI tho inhabitants are over eighty years of three have passed a century There are no graves In the localI ceme tery and tho oldest Inhabitant cannot remember seeing n funeral Clinton Democrat Farcy is the name of a disease which aficctstholimb and head of a horse and In its resembles glanders that has been con the horses hero fortngoous amour sev era weeks There have been Keveralii good horses to die and a number of tb best horses in town are afflicted with i The nostoflico department has un der consideration a plan whereby the namo of tho postolllco shall bo placed on stamps whore sold Tho idea is to provide means of identification when stamps arc stolen from u post office or to prevent the boycotting of postmasters a practice In some of the smaller towns of the country It will be possible under the now rule for tho department to keep curate account of all stamps sold andI render justice toboycotted postmasters THE GREAT SPEECH OF WEBSTER DAVIS ar TThen paign I Time speech of Webster Davis int he declared himself for Bryan for ji is in part as follows Mr Chairman nnd Gentlemen of the Convention I appreciate very highly i honor conferred upon mo by inviting the say n tow words at this time and I II shall detain you but a moment I hftve I been honored highly by another patty l than this lu tho past I have served that party well and have rendered per I vices as good as the honor I received and the account is balanced now Great nnd cllringfLife human life is but u narrow eiwiu 1 two great unkknuwn oiermiti- and life iis too short for a soon to snarlflido his principles or his love of country for money or for office in this republic applauseIwad or heard n platform that was so intensely Amorl can as the platform rend hero in the convention Continued applause and JI i cheering Old conditions have passed away old questions have passed awnyt and a good many now questions are now efore the American people 1 care nothhe snap of my fInger for party or prl vote criticism I taro nothing for of fice but I voluntarily gave up one fact tor than any you can give ino great ap plause and cheering and the man or I newspaper that makes tho statement I i forced to leave the adminis ptrationtgulastqualifiedly nail malicouHlyl lies Ap I plause and cheers DENOUNCES REPUBLICANS AS COWARDS I love liberty I love equality of rights I love justice arc when the party that I belong to is too cowardly tot take n stand for liberty to represent this government against British nristoaraoy and monarchy I leave it and leave it for RPrlnusoand I nail Africa the charge is made by ttEnglish press and the British olllolulJ I that there is a secret alliance between i this country nail Great Britain to thp effect that in ease any foreign ntf attempting to intervene in Lobo tho republic wJ I stand poorBritain with its arm I and navy Cries of no ato1 I kCROWDI sympathize with tho people strut gling for liberty everywhere I ymp thizcd with them OB they struggled f r liberty in Greece And when tho w r broke out with Spain wo said thou th tit was not a war for conquest not I r glory but for carrying liberty to poop c J who were crying for holp at our fet Loud applause And tIle boys marc ed up from mho northland whose lathe s marched in tattered blue with tl i song their fathers loved My Coun r tis of Thee and tho boys came fro n tho southland they wluwo fathers on t marched in ragged gray to the music ifr Way Down South in Dixie sail th followed tho roan who onco lled tllf Northern and Southern armies daw r i Cuba and into other lands and into the andrrne ting in behalf of one country to the I music of ono splendid melody JI Uy felt in their hearts the music that in tIle men in the days gong by In the beauty of the lilies Christ was- born across the sea As Ho died to make man holy let na die to make man free The crowd at this point broke into a demonstration yelling and waving tits and huts and it way tsomo time btrf re order tfas restored The speaker it tempted several limos to go on but was forced to welt Ho finally proceeded as followsUp that point the war way right but when we passed beyond that point the Administration wont too far Hut IDiour flag rose over the thug of the rotuu Spanish monarchy the American Jle public could not resist the temptation to follow in the footsteps of Groat Britain and It thirsted for land and goldIUJ that is whore the mistake was made A grander Htrugglo for lIborty was hisbrytpublicans and Democrats in South At rica Let us sympathize with them I actionylow it up Lot American principles ever live Let them go on down for years to come us un inspiration to generationx jtunborn Liberty love of country DUO flag ono country one splendid destiny alone I stand upon this platform to support William Jennings Bryan Thomas It Jlecdu Ideas of Life Yon are well experienced In this worlds affairs I ventured What lifehMoney Na Individual happiness Not wholly Right action A man should take a part In the affaire of hi fellowmen and live up to the dictates of his conscience in acting lIe should bo of some use It he lass desires all the better A desire for auything that will help others and satisfy you is a good thing A man hay a right to de sire money or place of public praise but he has no right to desire to nay Kolflsh feeling in tho matter Ho ought to do sire to be liberal and earn his reward by services lIBDmuch to individuals nil it over dill cIf we can trust history it does Tin literature of earlier times seems moro wtrtday Man seems always to have cmv ed a Great deal more than ho could ob lain Individually I think tho ago is richer with opportunities tiara for ages The system under which wo live is somewhat defective and many suffer by it but it is changing and the world grows better The unselfish mat will get enough I fancy if ho fulfills his duty to his fellow men It is all a question of peace ot mind sail that can bo obtained hi various ways the best onoby doing rishtSucceas DUTY 01 DKMOOUATS ITIn The urgent nail pressing duty of Dem rots S to win the coming election he country will suffer grievously trout foiitinunneo ot Republican rulo Tho lKdi acre slant nre boiiiK pursued are for 1I tlgu to our traditions toad injurious to Is tIt people The influences that wade MrKmley President that have govern favorsMLt niv iutluanooH opposed to tho best inter ors of tho country They would force the H opIo Into a condition of vassalage M till their parses they uro sending our h PhilipoyigovuranientpmuSitrlf for their own ndvantngu and BO lung us they hays tho opportunity they I Dntuocnttawill suauiiotluau tae such a situation confronts them Thir supreme duty is to ROt together the overwhelming defeat of the subuuiisall questions that Nor liuut to ono tin the one lido or tho other oval ask any concessions trout any ouo else Con SurrendertaiOliStit couvlotious is not necessary But thatUIiHiuuiou will bring victory The men who lpeil to form tho Republican party tb wen who woro its loaders when it tood for a greet moral issue and for the rights Of man are leaving the Repub lican party today because the party has left its old principles The Democratic arty stands for the rights of man for h equality of thou declared lu the iHTlaratiou of Iudo ondonco for the tn wleRmt of the United States from en uiuglement with tho nations of Europe I tad the right of ovary man to earn his own living anti conduct his own bust r unhindered and unhampered by say of tho clogs that monopoly would plat e upon Industry and commerce for fr iloui of continence as well AS free dom of nwu It can win nail make iu principles ami purposes controlling iu the conduct of governmental affairs if Democrats will only recognize and runt the opportunity they have and the jrospecte that they may profit by Nw England Democrat ofThe Appetite u lent lw envied by nil whose Stomach and Liver ore out of order But inch should 1IIMnowme a splendid appetite sound dlguo tion nUll a regular bodily habit that in ares perfect health anti great energy ouly 26c at all drug storm =LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First claw turnout buggies nurroy aarriaitn wife teams c UiMtotnen serval with courtesy and olltoneew Pa tromigo solicited Taluphuno 10 oath Baak Stare Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY NOTIONS o Call and see our Stogie Every thing up to date MARY BBRBKDES Com I 1ml rUett Successor to Wra UienlelLrlnk DKALE IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions HIQKMAN KENWKY JW FREE DELIVERY aTelephone Storo Notj lies idonco No 00 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY ME A TRIAL when you want QIVI nUliing done or repair In specIallyIUndertake Goods Common Rosewood and Solid 111 k Walnnt Coffins and Cases which can fitted up in short notice and at rcnion able prices GIve ma n call IQU Shop near the Jail W Up floes SugAr rite raising of tho price of roflncil BtlKara has got to be au affair of such frcquQuqy that nnnthor advance pf 10I couts per huudrud itouuds for all grades hust week created little or no ntlr Title mho fifth advance iu Uirvt Vcuks nnd all time live save the initial ouo was what is known iu the trade as n finable advauco uamoly 10 points at n clip Time recent advaticiw say tho sugar brokers mire duo to the tromuhdoua KCmUlblo limit is on for sugar Thu whole country KUUUIS to have KOUU wild tor sugar iu tho last two weeks wholosal on npparoutly bolioviui that tho trade war is over and prices therefore will KO up liko n skyrocket Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo publbihcd notices out to exceed 0 lines each iron tanners who are suliworlb era whd have horxua mules cows pro dnotA iucoelyhlo for Kilo tree of oliarKO l laHU for Sale 03 acres lhouso 2 OOnlll I tobaoeao barn 1 tOOk barn f good young orchard goal well lies sl milers southeast of Uaycc For further information ad dross JOHN W CAMIMIKLL Cuyco Ky ISMilk Cow with tine young cull for Snlc Apply to O 110H08ft For lithe Two HollorCoultora Apply ton A WALKBK Mixed rantits tWo have added to our large stock O- FP A t TT lEi t n complete line ot Ready r Mixed Paints I FALL COLORS and guaranteed to bo of the BEST QTJAXiTT t UOIVG1ILUOI VOlllll OltOCKSIHTH ff + ci BreadiI1i rjj IS THE STAFF Ol LiP11fftAND TO JCT 1 GOOD FRESH RED t 4- oo t to tnItJCW GUg + Bakery Broad Cakes and Tics Baked Daily T 1I1JnQuAWrJ tOitt d Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates t II land Candies Cigars and Tobaccott ICE CREAM SODAa- nd 4 ii nil Uio latest prinks Mnl from their NKV AUCTIOI I IOUNl II Thb JficKl ICE CRRAM PARLQH in the City I i r Your PutrotiaK Solicited T Hphou your Union to W r- 1ow f City Bakeryr + + +e HU iastioHCQking Rng II- The Best in the World You Cumiol Make a niMtnic- ola Buying aie af these Ranges I Ono of its Strongest Points Is its FUELI Buying n Majestic menus n IKotlmo of EconomicalI Oooklng Call tied Kxnmliie Them Yeull Buy BIO Oilier e a aJR VA2i HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSeJIi4 AnIIlnn 1NISri TOM DILLON Sr Propr Rarmior to II C IUni dVJ Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IH IB Z 3ST O STONE WORK of nll1tint1s- IRON FENCING c o Hiolsmn Bay TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged ijrtlir 1 linoi of business at Union Oily Tenn nnd carry at nil times a large and well as sorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that lino and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFEROEAit Sm I ant enabled to soil anti hereby otTer you Four Quarts of Hollywood seven year old Uyo Whiskey b0tor rs9W Express prepaid I propose to ship on approval in plaht boxes with 110- marks to Indicate coiitoutfl When you receive it anti test It If It Is not uatisfao tory return tl nt mv cxpeiiso and 1 will refund you 6300 This la a most liberal offer and I await your orders W IU WEBSTEK t 0 1- I ari rr TY d r i= y LI 1f 8i I Irt = illLJi1 t Lt I t r t rtt- t tI i i f I 1 fo t I q- I I InRII el Time Table I 1 Nt 0 St L R K LKAVJCSi 1 1TalllN M et eW p m- L No S at 11 pI m AllltlVKH- Tr la N M TU o In Train Ne 4 Isle pm ==Local and PersonalII tFulton J 0 Oliuok Hpont TuoMhiy In I ttulton M A Hull to Witting In Fulton dlilB week MIll Ida Adam It vUlting In Union City this weok JIm Moran of Dresden ajKint Tues day In tho olty Minn Paulino Bookman IB vialling In Capo Olrnrdomi Mo Mr J I Millard of Union City wai 1 in tho city Friday mat Mw Maggie lUtndlu Ihi In Fulton I wthisMte Anulo Cowgill and Louise Rogun IIMVO ruUirnod from Naihvllln Miss MalNil Truby of NtuhvUlo la 1vtlllll bur BlftUir Mm Henry Cowgill Mrnr A Lvdford nnd ohlldrun are SpringsKy I I I I tradoIlatDr Ju Iluli bnrdwho has bean al- It trfp to nrootani11e FIo Ituts toturnwd homo 11118 IJlen D Smith of Uutofllo u the guest of Mr find MrGA Hot uotnburho W XT Ups will tarot Ml the Route of Mr KHIHKI Stepltsa l rlalCC At 4 pp ra- nd1xtt Auulo UoulIurlUlt lifts boon vte itlng relatival In Union OILy during the post week t A It HoakfftK barber HOWI to Ou ruthemville Me next WHk Had will lomte thorn MUwflI Oalli Leggate and IIloi I heir were Uie waists of Ml4 Mabol Olaywell tat wHkII Lrl14tt your Watali flied nod get a I lvi Soda free nt BUCKS t Mm Dairy Orerby of P4Ilkea hi vla lUHg her father Esq D W Dtoldwon war town this kII MMMM Wootean sad KatherhILain of Union OILy are Uw KUIIIIs Mr and MM Pun 1a11aJJ Mion Homer OreeM ten Tuewliiy I nfttht for H rlrft to rehttiTw at Shelby Y file and W1h8IJtM Tenii MW Cmtollo the opular milllHcr lit L P W S Rllteon relwrMiMi 0Ilvt tIwme IIH St Louis iMt wwek MrMollte Harrk of Iroxdrit sad Misr HWMO lUrrta of Niwhvllle are KUMto of Mr a B Trans moUier lWel Teat sad Kate Buek are vMt in Urtr oouriwi Ianale MayI und Irene lYlfllsas nt Orj twlI TM this week Mr Had Mni a I Litton 00 Mte UnleLuttroll roturacd Wwlnwdny from M trip to Clael matt nin4 MHwrSoHHhin Mtawe NeW BeoVHWH und Murroll have rvturniKi home treat n ploonnHt lilt to Ira Henry Ouwplxill III 0A ran 1 K- ygaYeas eerUtiiily we Itave Wall PH iKir IIn aulOk Wo HMo here a btmaUfalp 1111 of 1111111 lal ontlUWILSON Hang Sroan Mta1 Alllo Olmmlww of UU Lout who la rkltliiK liar euwlR Mrs Molllo Held IIN very sick of an attack of billo- wiateradttest e fever- Itonunibor the duo roam sapper nt t elm II Jf CowRlir nut lliuredny evw10th InaU given by tho ladlw of theI Episeoisl Churelt Mr1 W Morris Trustee of the Jury Fund has resolved the jury money from tho State and h nuw rwdy to Uiy it to thus untitled to It Pofltmiuitor J T Stojilieiw amhtod by MJIIIO ontortirkilnK oltliunc Is moving to have Bovarnl rural freo delivery rout- stabu IIaxl from Hiakmnn wltli Mine iwounigoHiont for HUOQOM Mr A W Llndgey we believe til- only e rojiroHontntlvo from Fulton County a+ t Uio Kansas Olty Convention returnedl Tuwdny night Ho niiwrU grant en husliiHiii In tho Convuntion LrJust rocolvud a big itook of now JowolrVj Sllvorwnrt Aa A glntJor SOOnI free with ovary purchase at HOOKS Mr Arnold Hunzlkur unit family off Mound City UK have rcoontly inovedUi Hlokmnn Mr and Mn liunzlkur for merly lived hero and a host of friends extend thorn n cordial weleomu to their old homo Tho annual protruoled meotlng of1 MU ionnoa Church will begin noxt Sunday bt- Ilundcrson h IneL Elder Hardoman of Tenn will do thu pruaohlng Prof8nilth of Terrell Tonn will lead tho song Hcrvieo Everybody cordially Invited A Tyler with a trio of nunladloi in charge MHS Mario Bro yard of Illokman Miss Cobb of Ft Worth Texan und MiHsTula Kmcrfion of Oolumburt loft yesterday for a UJ week summer tripI to Virginia Beech 1 XXI Mile Island Saratoga Now York Can nda eta Mrs Martha Thompson grand mo thor of Mr Tnohudio Swnyno who hap ponod to tho tnlHfortunntofallnnd hirer n limb last weok iix t report nnd dole g as ncolIhtt- IxJllClod from ono of her advanced itgo 81 under suoli an aniletlan Few old ladies aro OH deeply beloved as she Oblon Uomocrol lust float Iflt prize R T Curlln Mr CurllnH floe represented tho gunboat Nashville ant wan designed ana decorated by Mr Fred Pcarco who deserves great credit for hl taste and art Ho is in tho employ of Mr Curlin and IH a valuable man to that HJsUibllHhmont Wllllo Amberg of Hiclc man was captain and Guy Nniling Jim sale Fnlrcloth Harry Campbell andI Frank Diotzol acted as marines IrlccM Reduced Prices havo boon reduced on nil my wlock of Ladles and Misses Slippers rhoy must bo sold as the sermon vlllI moon bo overt 713tt UO AuuEatl- YlonM of Her Own Tho following otwjiy1 written by a young lady graduato Is probably M uniqui and bo risible n omi osUtoii In thU lino ai Iis nmiully brought forth at uommoneomnnt exetvlrrr 0 I do not aitren cont whotiior Italy M boyond the Alps or oven in Ken tucky I do not expect to sot tho river on tire with my torero career I am glad hunt u good u very good education but I am not going to mlauso it by writ- Ing ixxitry or imijn about tho future woman It will unable mo to correct tho grammar of niy lovor I nary havo should ho opoak of dorgs in my presence or say ho wont aomowhoro It will also oomo handy when I want to llguro out Rotrordo nut bogrudge Uio time I SIHJIII In aaiulriiig It Hut my umbltioiHt do not IIyxa high I Just want Ui marry a man ho win ifuk wai gut in tho tow ntib I II wipe e+ sYrun an eighty noro roan und who him no fonmlo rel utlvuH to oomu around and try to 1buss tho nmoh And I will ngruu to nook tiieali fox him that wont senit him to an oarly gnivo and lavlwh upon him a whale lot of alTfotlon mid MOO that hits razor has not boost usod to out broom wlro when ho wants to Ahnvu In vioW of ell this dont cure If I do gut u littlo rusty on Uia rule of three and kindred thing aa the yimni go by Morass for Sale Two good 11 your old hol1iC will work an where Also ono wngon and ImrnotH Will MU shiespp AIIJlII to- MIM M1 Fl SViws Hlakmun Icy ILUIIIOUS IMtOXINES MADK II V IIIUKM FOK JULY The uuxt regular wtonn jwrlod in eon ruth on tho IStli eta oxtomU from tho 10th to 14th Full moon falls on the 18th and native thunder gusts will oo our about tho 12th 18th and 14th not in tho snnitt section all the o days of aursr but progroiwlvely from Went to KaAt The moons jiauag over the oo Iwttal equator on the 10th will keep up the tomporatora and unite unsettled whether eondltioiu into tho reactionary itonn days conUal on tho 17th to 10th t We do nut oniculato that general orII heavy raitw will fall at any of these ly jx rlocl except some cloud bursts over t very narrow aroan Blank throatfluing I clouds will arUo and ntiff dashufl of wind will blow bat thin rule will bo that lithe comparative rainfall will rtwult gnu orally over the Interior rogionn known 04 UIO grain bolts Ono of tho breath Ing vm s of coolor and more pleasant woutlur fur Jul ocoear about the 10th to th tug progre + wtvaly from Wt to Hunt and oil and about the bites namo l We that one of Ute lieatltl terms of July will develop during tHe storm IM thatoiaalmut the 36th to 86th wo will ojtjxir iluOt a criMlM of high tramp nature and tlmt KuminentoriiDi of tlinjitontng ap IMNUrnnoa but little gi 18rnl rain will oc eoar about tho Ztth to 27th The temp ontturo will most likely con irons high from the prcocdliiR storm period culminating in many blustering thunder gusto and empty threatening oleo as on and about Uie Kith to 80th r fANXOUXCKMKXT TIe marriage of Miiw MHttlo n Helm and Mr J OllHt Killeen will take place at Uw Hapttat Church on Wednesday evening July 18th at 830 Blder L W HuHwll olIlolHUng After the ceremony Mr und Mw Klllson will 1leave tar their home In IXH Vg i New Muxhia No oars IWVB IMMMI knued to the wedding Ice CrciMit Nuppcr The ladlea of tho Kpisooiml Chureh will glvo an lee cream supper at Mrs Henry N CowglllH ThuiwlHy erenlng July 10th Kverylnxly Invited LeglP A Dunforth ot LnUrango Oa suffered for six months with a frightful running Toro on Ms log but writes that Uuoklunrt Arnica Salvo wholly oared it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its tic last salvo In tho world Ouru guanmtuiNl Only JCo Sold by all drug gixtH A lightning calculator IsI not a man who prtdiote thunder storms Into tho cowlot bright and guy the milkmaid hiwlluH from day to day and gathers tin lacteal fluid white while the morning sun Iinstill out of sight And oon whent tho evening sunlight falls again who luiHtlcH up tho twills and seeks in cow with brindle tall Unit fount of woaltii that never hails Hot winds may blow and grasshoppers hop and the bugs1 and tho blizzards may gather tho crops hut as long as tho stream of milk dont stop tho cow trod the milkmaid will cone out on top Tho spots on tho sun this your havo attracted much attention and scientists have been speculating upon what they betoken A French astronomer says tho of excessive heat with uloncskwaterspouts and sometimes floods with cool periods Intervening and an Amor lean astronomer tolls us that they give warning of excessive heart in July Au gust and September Wo havo hind tho storms and floods and us for tho hent woll it is warm enough now tTotheloverof political excitement 1there will certainly bo given this your xufilalonoysTho county the Stato and the Nation will bo n seething political caldron so to sneak fur the noxt few months beside tine of which tho present humid summer days will bo as the Klon dike Tho Presidential candidates havo been named and soon Undo Sams do main will bo filled with enthuaiastlo era tots proclaiming tho eternal glory of willIgubernatorial election the political hu midity ofjvhich will bo equally as warm A Town for Hale Tho town of Somorvillo Maine is to sold for debt A quoor announce mont to bo sure considering tho source Somorvillo it BOOIJW is slowly dying ot dry rot Decay sot in Party years ago and notwithstanding tho toot that otlio towns in oloflo proximity havo drawi Hustonauco from tho general npliftin tendencies of tho tuna Bomcrvillo hM steadily retrograded It hover wax a boom town tho cunxo of Its botng Hover oxintud in tiny sudduu start of specula rive movement but its growth wax M slow as iU decay hat been gradual One by cue tho people who gave it lira two energy have loft for newer pastures and greener fields Quo by ono stores that formerly swarmed with traders have cloHcil pahxtblyguavar to reopen mid bj unvarying do rutty u onco prosperous town is p tho pathetic con dition of Galtlxinltlitx fiurtod Village As u last roust to save tho old town it Is fur onto to tho highest brides WIillo In Town Cull in tit E E Hooves Coat and AIN hits also lino of Carriages and buggies Young Mans 17 in RuggioH urn now out of 8h bulb ladla and mar slat toiler uru si dullY invlt dH IS IT KIUIIT For an Editor to llcconiincnd Patent Medicine Front Sylvan Valley NOWB Brovard NO It may bo n quotttlon whether tho ed Itor of a uowspapur has n right to publicly nxtommtmd any of the vn stores proprietary medlouuw whioh flow the market Yut an a preventive of snf feting wo fool it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Choloi and liarrhooaramedy We havo known and ased this modlofno in our famll x fur about twenty years and havo alwar found It rclinblo In ninny oases a doiw of this rummly would save hours of sut foring while a physician is awaited We do not bollovu iu depending impllo Itly on auy modlcine tor a euro but wo Uo Iwllove tint if a botttle of Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhooi rented woro kept ou hand and admin ytelCtr nt the lieu ilea of an nUnok- munh HUfferiug might be avoided and in very milD catum the precenco of B phymaiaii is riot needed At toast this flUltlv8nLyCow g lly Hlokmau and A M Shaw btnto Line draggUiU This is about tho season of tho year when tho lightning rod umguato the patent fenco potentate and limo now faugled churn ami washing machine nag bob pmi truten to thin Inormost and tioth eniiMt KolltutloH of nonurban regions cord hohU u gabfest with tho honest Turner rho bntoher the baker and tho auudloKtiak maker are nil oxumpt it ROiltlomBIIIt o Itt In his graft on the yeoman of the country Thu armorplato of tho has bandman is full of blow holt when ho rangus nil alongside at ono of those pi rates we simply caution our forma friendfl any contracts for elglitceu war10118n of churn dashers dont sign any contracts for u thousand milen of lightning rods dont buy any 100I18Wheumanly fakir comes along just lass tho limo of duty try to get him to voto for B ask his opinion about thewar Iu Chum tint under no clranui uuykindAn Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing input Cocoa nut Grove Pin says thoro has been qalto an opldomic of diarrhoea thoro He had n sovoro attack and was onroc by four dosos of CIiambcrlaiiiB Cello Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy Ho alI HO rays ho recommended it to others and they say it id tho host medicine they ever used For solo by Cowgill V Cowglll Iliokinan anti A M Shaw State Line druggists llcforo Deciding on Your Summoner Trip look up rates routes and tmm sor vice via tho Mobile Ohio Jt IL to Waukoslm Wls Niagara Falls N Y PntlnBay Ohio Denver Pueblo and Colorado Springs Col Maokiuao Is land Mich Chicago III St Paul Minn Minneapolis Minn St Louts Mo and many other rumiria North- East and West Low raton superior service This company has iu sorvico ia couiploto huo of now vastibnlod coach es and sleepers Their summor gohotl tiles uro niisnrruitscd oloso connection Is mado at St Louts Union Station for Spooln11II0bUoat St Louis anti sees to tho transfer of passengers to tho con necting pines attends to reser vation otc Summer ticketson sale from Juno 1st to September UOth limit ed to roturu passage to October 31st 1000 for rates tickets and full Informa AgentC4JtMobile I I i 1 I I I I I 1 I i I riirrluge and ns Failures Inn I UJfIfltor Now York on any ono somothinglilteof them partiesInfatuation SpecialTonnweek thwere Cn1CSSixtYnJkq1 fur by wirer In forty per cent Ot the may tho hudbanda wore com jnantH Thi triaU occupied about ton minutes ovldunco granUd or refused with tho regularity of ulockwork All this prompts tho old question IsIinarriiniB a failure It also prompts tho old reply Nobody knows till ho tries it buyChnlllborlntnH CowJtillUlokll1lowill Mum your monoy It yon ore not KatLilltd after using it It is everywhere admitted to bo tho most successful rom ody Iu use for bowel complaints and theIonly one that over taiL It Li pleasant safe aud reliable Where Storms Form Untied States storms according toIProfoMor UlRolow havo nine average place of generation Tho largo majorI ity form in Alberta north of Montana and after coming into tho United States travel eastward A few como in over the North Pacific coast A third group forms ou tho North Rooky Mountain Itatoau A fourth forms m Colorado being loaned on tho very high mount aiHOu elevatlous A fifth forms Iu the Texas lowlands and catching the gulf winds and moUturo moves eastward Went Indian hurricanes from tho sixth class The South Atlantic coast storms mako up tho seventh class Storms whloli one in from tho Pacific on tho southwest form the eighth class and fi genomUthese HtoniiB como across tho Paoiflo sweopbIgAatoagainhiring circumnavigated tho globe But gong4nlodN w England Now England In fact BccmNto bo tho stormiest spot In tho yearsiilingwithall of which Meade toward and moat ot wtooh reached New England Mtts It a Mlrnclot Tho marvelous euro of Mrs Rcua J lOot or tounmnptiou hoe created in KO oxoiUmiout in Oaiumack Ind riles Marion Stuart a loading drug A of Muncie mud She only weighed iwtanuda when her doctor in Yorktowu Mnlli must soon die Thou oho began to use Dr Now Discovery and guiucd 8i unds in was completely cared It Inscured thoua anila of hopolosH cases and is positively guaranteed to euro all Throat Chest nod Lmte dlscasuji boo and 8100 Trial bot t1OAVrct at nil drug stores r For Sale Ai Phnuton and good gentle family purse for sale Vo toIIARIIY Brick for Male Apply to OTTOHEKTWECK at Hickman Wagoo Factory For Male Ilno Brown leghorn eggs 50 conis IH r setting of Itt M L ELUBON POTATO HLIlS 1ealo byMae M V WALKKK STOUK PEAS FUR SALE I have a Inrgo number of bushels Stook Peas on hand and can fill all or di rs promptly for cither Whippoorwill or Cow Pelts A M SHAW Stato Lint Ky Thresh iNlUg for Hale Ve huvo lute Threshing Rigs that can ho taught Engines aixl Illrntors in trim for doing good work- S B L G W JOHNSON GaycoKy Public Notice Ihe firm of Ledford Rogers having bim dissolved Mr J W Rogers Undo Jak desires notice given that ho to hlL4hIughth mined thereto an Immense stock of fresh groceries and that under the firm name of Rogers Throlkeld thoy will run n WltlingHtand nnfriendsboItintleverything in our linpany Rr IBra- OXDO3VC I WhJ les leJ1 Llql1I r I WSJeJ i CLINTON ST5 HIOKMAN KY M Keeps in Stock all ol Thixton Millett Cos Owensboro Distillery r Best Brands of LiquorsOld Gold Old Wagon Diadem Gins Brandies1 Wines and Beerf l I GuaranteedIIiaccording to Jawa D Plenty SnOES Left Yet S298 instead of 400 and 350 in Tan and Russctt Calf and Viol Kid Lace and CongressCom mon and PJahi Toes BIG BARGAINS Our 48c and 25c Underwear Good assortment These are not Icftovcra and odd sizes from last yoartl1 FRESH NEW GOODS We Always Have What We Advertise I WE WANT YOUR TRADE I BIOE NPrLoflCASi fT WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND AT JL B I JGV I t t C IIJ They havoI just received large assortment ofl i l Young str that are UptoDato They are also agents for the leading Wheat Machinery McCormick Harvesters 1 H Gaai Scat Threshers and Binder Twi inej CALL AND SEE THEM HICKMAN KY I FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES I Tii Gwhero they allor who want FRESH GOODS at oftheLOWEST PRICESr TO Rogers Threlkelds I0Pi WITTIXQS OLD STAND Clinton StreetFRESHI MEATS Delivered Free 1111 Telephone T LEDFORD Groceries reyHardware Queensware Ray Oats Bran Lime and Cement i i liTl carry everything usually found in afirstolass Grocery and no Ipainswill bo spared to pleaso my customers I My motto is WOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try mo Clinton Street Tolphono Promptly De1i 1IBring Your Job Work to This Office CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers I Wo aro hero to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure reliaUlug to pleaso you titan wo old barber R U II WILL R OALDWELLI i r a i Goods 74 3 t G Goods I Joe W Bennett n FIternley BENNETT REMLE7A- TTOBNBYSATLAW 1 Courtsespecfalltties Mr Bcnnotts oleo will remain n1fClinton and Mr Roinloya in Hickman 7 4- r fcC n 2c RELIGION OFOHMS J Drt Talmage Says It Is a Preventive of This Worlds Ills Ar Active Principle Wlilrli Conilnn J Work fur flip Wclnre of f Iloily Mind nnd Soul V Might Antlacptlc Copyright 1WO by Louis Klopsch Dr Talmngc is now traveling In Xor way where he has been deeply Inter csted in the natural phenomena andI the quaint social life of fhat wonder fui land In his discourse this week he argues contray to the opinion oft maim that religion is an active princ pIt hich works constantly for the welfare of body mind nnd soul1 lIb texPtls Luke HS4 Salt is good Thc Hiblc is a dictionary of the finest Eimifes It employs among living ereJ ture j storks and eagles and doves nnd unicQrns and sheep und cattle amon trees sycamore and terebinths am pomegranates and almonds and nfl pies among jewels pearls nod arne thysta and jacinths and chrysoprases Christ uses no stale illustrations Th lilies that He plucks for His sermon ar dew fresh the ravens in His dh courscs t are not stuffed specimens of birds1 but warm with life from wingtip to wing tip the fish He pointsto are not tfull about the gills as though lonj captured but asquirm in till wet nlt just Brought up on the bench of Tiborl as Jin my text whioh is the perora tloiLof one of lib rtrmons Ho picks up acryltalnnd holds It before Hiscongrc gntjtyi as nn illustration of divim grace in the heart when Ha say wha we rtH know by experiment Salt ihi good I stiall try to carry out the Snvlouri Mea in hIs text and in the tint place say to jbu that grace is like salt In iti beauty la Galfcta there are mines ol salt with excavations nnd under ground passage reaching I am told 2SO mlles Par under ground there are chapels and halls of reception the col umns the altars and the pulpits of salt When the king nnd the prlnceVcomc to vfgit these mines the whole place is illuminated and the glory of crystal wails and crystal ceiling and crystal floors and crystal columns under the glare of the torches and the lamps needs words of crystal to describe it Hut you need not go so far as that to jind the beauty of it You live in n land which produce millions of bush elffof it in a year and you can take the morning rail train and in a few hours get to thepalt mines and salt springs And you have this article morning i noon and night on your table Salt hasII all the beauty pfihe snowflake and wa tel foam with durability added It is I beautiful to the naked eye but under tho gkiss you see the stars and din monds aDd the white tree branches nndI the splinters and till bridges of fire as the sun glints them TheiS iIs more architectural skill in oneor4hele cry tal4ofaUthun human ingenuity has ever demonstrated in an Alhambra or St Peters It would take all time with an in fringement upon eternity for on anII gl of God to tell one half the glories in a salt crystal So with the gruel of Gol It U perfectly beautiful I have srrn it smooth out wrinklesof care fromc the brow 1 haw seen It make tin agtdI man fepl almost young again 1 have seen it lift till stooping shoulders and put sparkle Into Hip dull eye Solomon Discovered its I herapeuticqualitieswhcn he laid It is murrow to the bones It helps to digest the food und to purify the blood and to calm tile pulses and quirt the spleen and Instead of Tyai tiats prayer tet of i0 years ago put ting a man In a philosophical hospital to he experimented upon by prayer it keeps him so well that lie does nuj need to be prayed for ns an invalid J am sppjking now of II healthy religion not of I lint morbid religion that uiltI for three hours on a gravestone read injr Harveys Meditations Among the Tombs u Tuflgioti t hut prpspjurg beat in a bitl r3tfOlJM t t I V hpelij of- the riHigTon thai Christ preached I suppose when I hut religion has core quertd tlie world that disease will lie banished and that a man a hundred years of age will come in front business niitlfuy I feel tired 1 think it must be time for me to go and without OTIC physical pang Heaven will have him Hut tilt elitef bcauJy of grace is InI the soul It takes that which was hard and cold fwd repulsive and makes it nil ovfcr again U pour upon ones nature what David calls the beauty of holiness It extir patosMcrythliigjthqt is hateful and unclean Ir Jealousy nnd pride and lust nnd worldllm lurk about they are chained and have u yor1mijMI sweep Jesils thrown upon the lioiil the fragrance cif 11 glimmer garden as lie comeln wiping I am tile rose of Sharon and He submerges it with the glory of a spring morning as He nays I am tin llglit Oh how much that grace lid for the three Johns It look John Hunyan the foul mouthed nnd uindo him John IJunyan the Immortal dreamer It took John iNi wlon the infidel sailor and in the uiidHt of the hurricane roadf him cry oiitf My vwnthcrV Ood have mercy upon me It took lohrilSummerfichrjfrom n life of Kin and by the lippdllf u Christian make of edge totols led him jnto the pulpit that burn sllli with tin light of that Christian eloquence which charmed thousands to the Jesus whom he once despised Ah you may wnreh nil the cartborerfor uuythlpg fI beautiful or beailtlfyiiig1 Kr ce of God Go nil through the deept mine pus sages of Wielieka and amid the un derground kingdoms of salt in Hall tstndt nnd homc 4pythliig 1110 ex quisite eQtrans endcnilybeaullfuIns thisgrace ofiGbd ra6 lulled undihung In ctcruacrYIIl1lsf Again grace Is lllfe alt In We net that It U n necessity of life Inn i nnd beast perish without snit Wha are those paths across the westcn 1 prajries Why they were nmdo there by deer nnd buffalo going to and com ing away from the snit UOkS1 Chem ists nnd physicians all tIle world over toll us that milt Is n necessity of tiff j And so with the grace of God you must have It or die 1 know h great many speak of it as u mere adorn ment n sort of shoulder strap adorn ing a soldier or a light frothing des sert brought In after the rontlItl part of the banquet of life Is over or a medicine to be taken after pow ders and mustard plasters have failed to do their work but ordinarily n mcro superfluity a string of bells around a horses neck while he draws the load and in now Iso helping him to draw it So far from that I declare the grace of God to he the first onalI the last necessity It is food we must take or starve into an eternity of 1 famine It is clothing without which I wo freeze to till mast of infinite ter ror It is the plank nnd the only II- plank on which we can float shore 1 ward It IR the ladder and the only adder on which we cnn climb up into f the light It Is n positive necOHItf for the soul You cnn tell very easily t what the effect would be if n person refused to take salt into the body 1 The energies would fall the lungs would struggle with the nil slow t evens would cvnvrl through the brain I the heart would flutter nnd the life would be gone Salt n necessity for the life of the body the grace of God I a necessity for the life of the soul Again I remark that gtyice Is like 1 call in abunduncn God has strewn snit in vast profusion all over the eon I ihcnts Iltissin seems built on a salt collar There Is one region of that country that turns out 90000 tons In Itucsln and Italya year Knglnnd and have inexhaustible resources In this respect Norway and Sweden white with snow above white with salt be neath Austria yielding 900000 tons annually Nearly all the nations rich in it rock snlt spring snlt sen InltIi Christ the Creator of the world when He uttered our text knew it would become more and more significant as the shafts were sunk and the springs were bored nnd the pumps were worked and the crystals were gathered So the grace of God is abundant It is for all lands for nJj ages for nI condi tions It seemsjto underpin every I thing Pardon for the worst sin com fort for the sharpest suffering bright I est light for the thickest darkness Around about the salt lakes of Saratov there are 10000 men toiling day and night and yet they never exhaust the aline treasures And if the 1600000 00 of our race should now cry out to iod for Ills mercy there would be enough for nlfor those farthest gone Iin 5n for the murderer standing on I Lhe drop of the gallows Itit nn ocean of mercy and if Europe and Asia Afri ca North and South America and all the islands of the sea went down In it today they would have room enough to wOllI and come np dean Let no I man think that hi case is too tough I a one for God to act upon Though I your sin may he deep and raging let me tell you that Gods grace is n bridge not built nn earthly piers but aus pended and spanning the awful chum f your guilt one end resting upon the rock of eternal promises and the oilier n the foundations of Heaven Pemet 111111 wore a robe no Incrusted withI jewel that no one after him ever c1artdI to wear it but our RIng Jesus takes off the robe of His righteousness a robe blood dyed and Heaven impended nl1l1JJ reaches out to the worst wretch In- nil the earth nnd say Put that on Wear It now Went It forever Again the grncio pt4io Lhiljkejalt in the wat we come at 17 The salf in the surHice is almost always impure that which incrusts the Itocky moun tains and the South American pampn und in India but the miners go down through the shafts and through theI lurk labyrinths nnd along by galleries 3f rock and with torches nnd pickaxes Und their way under the very founda tions of the earth to wherctlip salt Hex that mahefttiipthe nation wealth To get to the best saline springs of the earth hiige machinery goes down boring depth below depth depth below ilepth until from under the very roots of the mountains the saline wa tel supplies the aqueduct This wa tel is brought to the surface nnd is exposed In tanks to the sun for evap oration or it is put in boilers mightily heated and the water evaporates am thaalt gathers at the bottom of the lankitne work ifi completed nnd the fortune is made So with the grace of God It is tobe profoundly sought after Vjth atJ the coucenjured ener gies of body mind nnd soul we must dig for it No man stumbles accident ally on It We nerd lo go down to the rery lowest strata of earnestness and faith to find it Superficial exploration tvill npt turn H up We must strive nnd Implore nnd dig until we strike the spring foaming with living waters Then the work of evaporation begins and nn when the saline waters are ex posed lo till sun the vapors float away leaving nothing but the pure white nalt at the bottom of the tank so when the Christian soul Is exposed irihe Sun of Righteousness the vapors of pride and selfishness and worldllnefta float off and there is chiefly left be neath pure white holiness of heart Then as In the case of the salt the furnace Is added Blnlnp troubles stirred by smutted stokers of dark ness quicken the evaporation of world lines nnd the cryrtaljixatlon of grace Have you not been In enough trouble to hove that yjrk goon I was read Ing of Aristotle who said there was a field of flowers in Sicily so sweet Ithat nnce n hound cptrng on the track pf jame came to that field and was be tVildcred by tie perfumes and so lost the trngk Oh thatour souls might be Loiiie likrtOn lid which the Lord hath Ulckkeii and exhale so much of the mt1theour track might lose it und go htiwlli buck with Uenppgintmentt I Hut I remark again tlmt the gracett God is like the snit in its presonitir quality You know that ealt ubsorl tlio moisture of nrtlclctt of food nndi ftifcGH them with briuv whlah pre cit thrill for a long while SnIt Istl1e jgreat nntiputrcfnctor of the wprl Kxporlmeaiters In preserving IOt1 liuve tried sugar and smoke undidr light jars and everything else 4m 1s long as till world stand Christs woy 8 will be suggestive mid men will ndin that ns a great preservative snlt h good nut fur tile grace of God tJ c earth would have become a stale car cass long before this Tlmt grace lalw only preservative of laws and uotihtiU lions nnd literatures Just ns soon RO a government loses this snit of dtvli it perishes The philosophy of this day no fur as It is antagonistic to this religion putrefies nnd stinks Tli great vnnt of our schools of lenrnin mid our Institutions of science toda is not more Leydcn jotS and gnlvanl batteries and spectroscopes and phi osophlcal apparatus but more of thht grace that will teach our ncn of science that the God of the universal the Cod of the Hible How strange it I tlmt in nil their magnificent sweep of the telescope they have not tteen th morning star of Jesus und that hi fil1 their experiments with light and lievu they have not Ielh the light ntuhfcJ I the warmth of the Sun of Itlghtcflui nuns Wo want more of the salt Gods grace In our homes In ofI Mhooln in our oollegiu in our poajtl1tI life in our Chrittinnity ntltJUlf which has it will lUc that whioh Jui It not will die 1 proclaim the tendot cy of everything earthly to piitretfU lion nnd death the religion of Ohrlt the only preservntlrc- My Hubjeot is one of great congniU lation to those who have within the r Bouls this gospel antiseptic Tills sal will preserve them through the tempts tions and sorrows of life nnd throne I the ages of eternity I do not mean t that you will have a smooth tin t because you are a Christian On til contrary if you do your whole dutyj I will promise you a rough time Y I march through an enemys countri nnd they will try to double up bol I flank und to cut yfru off from yo r source of Mipplic The war you waJc will not be with toy arrows but VOI plunged to the hilt and spurring n your steed over hciips of the slain H i t think that God omnipotent will f you through I think He will Ilutw do I talk like an atheist when I oug to say I know He will Kept by t t power of iiod through faith unto co plete salvation When Gov Geary of Fennsylvnnlr died years ago I lost a good frlct He impressed me mightily with m horrors of war In the eight hoir that VIe rode together in the earsfh recited to me the scenes throuf which he had passed in the civy vac He said that there came one battle upon which everything sccmdjI Ito pivot Telegrams from Ynslingvin said that the life of the nation ie pcnded on that struggle lie safd o me I went Into that battle wr with my son lUll mother and I thought everything of him Y u know how a father will feel toward his son who is coming up manly and brave nnd good Well till baHe opened and concentered and it II awful Horses ami riderji bent aid twisted nUll piled up together ItIS awful sir We quit firing and tot to the point of the bayonet Ui 1 sir I didnt feel like mynclf that cly- I t hntl prayed to God for strength for that particular battle and I went into it feeling that I had In my right arm the strength of ten giants And as the governor brought his arm down on the back of tho peat it fairly madle the car tremble Well he said the battle wqs desperate hilt after awhile we gained n little nnd we inunhrd1 on n little 1 turned round to the troops und Minuted Conn nn boys1 and I Ktrppeil lIerON u ilrad soldier and lo it was my on I saw at the first glance he wax dAd und Jet did not dura to ntnp mini ute for the crisis had come in the battle So 1 just got down on my kiicfH and I threw my arms around him und I gave him one gowl Uis and said Goodby dear and Kirani up and shouted Come on lII s So it IK in the Christian conflict it ii- u is fierce light Eternal nges nwm p pending on the strife liNt Ill ia waiting for the bulletins to nnmmma the tremendous IHKIIC Hall of lmt gash of saber full of battle ax groan ing on every side We cannot stop for loss or bereavement or anything else With one ardent embrace and one loving kiss we utter our fare wells and then cry Como on hO141 There are other heights to IIP I lured there tire other foes to he n rjucred there arc other uronnx to be won Yet ns one of the Lords surgeons I must bind up two or three wounds Just lift them now whatever tjiry be II have been told there Ik nothing like suit to siop tn lkcdng of a wound kiidirio I take this salj of Christs Gospel und put it ofT tbo Ilacerated soul It smarts n little at first out seethe blcedjng sjops and lo the llesh COIIIPS ngnln as the flenh rf a little child Salt is good Comfort one another with these words Metropolis of Sonic Illrdi Capt GK Shelley an Hnglish uni hologist who has devoted special at entlon to African birds says that Af rica may fnirly claim to be the me ropolta of song birds It Is the win ter home oJ tQ Jorge proportion of the most attractive small birds of northern IJurope including the nightingale the wallow mid pinny of the warblers and the bush resounds with their melody ifrka also possesses a great number of cniprkable and beautiful birds ol Itli own Youth Companion t THE CHINESE BOXERS in Bxnlnnnlluii of ChI Sltuntlon at Utiiir 11 hlinnRlinl l1Itullnr These Uoxer in OhJna understand the present govcrnuicnts wish and 1 uuld not bo surprised to learn they n in secret conference with the an tliorities Furthermore somebody 111Il hJe ef China must do something u one or tho murders will not und vitk native Christians and n few stray mii sioimries The lives of hundreds of IIme of the first tank in position education and wealth are in danger alld will be sacrificed unless China ii cinprllrd to MIVO them U t Timothy lUuhunl eaya a New irk eorreopondent of the St Loula i idbe Democrat just here from Shang hai hns long been honorary teoretary of 1 llritish society for the clitTiiston of ihritsian and general knowledge among the Chinese lie has wM In timate relations with men of Hie first Politicall and social rank In tho empire ud has bten In touch with tho reform trll of China replaced and humiliated bln the turn of affairs put into power Ithe empress dowager He is In this country and in England in an endeavor to induce the government to propose ID ItHMla Germany nnd France n com Mnrd note to China upon the subject of ii treatment of these reformer Hey Mr Itlohard says it is moro tthan likely that the emperor lUll boon put to death already and he fran tome otlirr lending mcii have gone the Mme way He knows some of them h6- 0In robbed of their fortune others fnt into exi and all of them humill rd tH all pMstble ways Spenklngof ncent ChineHt history Kev Mr llloh ird ald Fivt years ago there wns formed iu China b society whotc membership spread IIN three years from Peking to the capitals of all the province and limbered among Its promoters the 11m- Iofror the prime minister and several idlng iecrey and governors It hid for its aim the modernizing of China It expressed the opinion that old meth xU while well enough In their time would not do for China if China were to keep pe with other nations It ad vocated many reforms in education In eligion In society and In material progress The reform edict which It Issued and which nutonlnhcd the world 11 y heir exhibition of rendlne to adopt iew Ideas represented the best bought of China HesponuMng to hem great syndicate were formed in Europe and America for the building of ailway and the development of the rast resources of the empire It seemed iili if the day of deliverance was at hand Into the midst of thla wonderful wakening came the appeal of the aou ervative party in China alarmed at the progress of reform Idea Tho up peal wns addressed to the dowager em ircss a woman of a million a born ruler a ntateswoman the equal of al nost any man or woman who crci ived Coming into a little power the usumed a good deal more and Is now thl despot of China Whether the em peror is alive or not I do not know Ont can hear in China that he i and that ho is not Hut I know tha 10000C neln are utTered for the capture of one- of the chief reformers hong Yeu Wei This man is to my own knowledge me of the progremlvc men of tho world nnd has been In my opinion gulltOof nothing worthy of punish ncnt In their dire dlstrew these ref rm IM hoe appealed to us iigaln nd agtiln lor help Shall the foreign power it and by und ceo their friend hounded out of tbeir homes und out of the couii tn I think tho western nutionfl olught to unite in a raprctentation to the Chinese government that they tie alre to uphold the integrity of its em Irc and to ngaln give It a chano to adapt Itself to modern requirements Thlfll representation should witli cm hnsls set forth that China must stop lursecutlng perhaps murdering her lativc reformers Apart from Christian contiidcra ions and the obligations resting for hat reason upon Chrlitendom to Interfere to save their lives these reform crs ore the leaders of one of the grout st movements of any time They are rirndly to foreign nations nnd stand eady If given the opportunity to de clop their country and thus to in rcnse trade with all outside nations In China reside onefourth the human race Apart from the comparatively uw millions who live on the sen const the entire population speaks one Ian uagc and they arc thus easy to reach and easy to do business with ur know the Hoxers and their work I know thom to be of the slime mind an arc the reactionary leaders now Jn avor with the dowager empress They iny not have a direct understanding wIth the government hut they know quite well where the government lands nnd mark my word the government will not really interfere with hem Unless you havebcen there you cannot appreciate the terrible force pf lie hatred which these Boxers have litOI foreigners She devils is not near y strong enough term There appears to be to crisis in Chino similar to some that have gone before I fear That a J petition of farmer scenes will result The murder of some American mis ionarlcs while deplorable is not the greatest of tho evil Civilized govern ments ought now to step in If they do lotdoso I tremble for what may result I have until recently been on the Cpo- tand Jane some knowledge of China uft er a 30yeors residence there nearly all of them spent in u study of Chinese condItions and a fairly intimate ac uaiiitance with men of affairs Counting the Coil Dont go to Cape Nome seeking gold iiIcsB you have money to pay your ay lack says the New York Mail and xpress It bj cheaper tolltal4le hero fhonl F I te c CCCi C G cCC cc gC So e tlo w STATE NEWS ITEMS a o TRIAL OF THE SUSPECTS Yuntnp 1iMvom luul Otlicm Will U I14for tlic Court at thrulutvn Ky Thin WrrU Georgotowu Kyn July UTh trials of Slonry Youtty Caleb Ipw crn John Dads liarland Whit tllkor anil Itlehuril CoiubH colored ohnrgut with being accessorlfn to till inunlei of Wm ioclol will be anllud at tht special term of the Scott circuit lollrtI which U now Iu hcsston Tho casei were nenl to Scott county for trllliI on a uhange of venue COm Kraukllu county whoro tho niwtnshlniitlou oc curreilTho prniicoutlon has tho option un del tho criminal oodo of thin Htalo ofI electing ns to which one of tilt de foiuluntti shnll IH tlrst put upon trial mid it IK Undorstoed that the Youtqy case will bo tho liMIt ono cnllml Tho prosecution will iinnounco rondy The uttornoyn for tho dofenxv wiy they nnd their olionlM nro niixloitM fur u singly trial but it elUl not ht posi tively stated whether the ileftuiso wtll be rondy or will luk fur a eonUiui anoo Thl will kxml upon the attoml nuer of itiu MO fur whom suliM o naH Imvo boon IBBUIH sovontl of whom liavo not IWOH sonu l with proeotw MO lahly W is Inylor nnd Chan FlMloy who Art at Imlmniipnli oxAwtotHHt Sovrelary of Stnto J U Muthows Geo llomphlll nml UmntI UolMrtn clerks who wore In tho executive building Mnthown and llomphlll meh 110 duniHfring ttMtlmiiHy MgnliMt Yout4MI ilurliifr Lilt houring of the motion for lull IIH the Culton an tr at Fraukfortv Both tho pNVictrwtlo and tlio elt fonse arc roprw ontr r liy eminent uouimoll The proweution 1ft hoadwl by CommoHwenlth Attorney It II Frnnktln who Is one of tho moat vig oroiiM proneiMitorx in till state niwlnt oilI by Col T C Cnmpholl formerly of Cincinnati now of X w YrU H H CrooHland of Miiyllokl Yiotor H Ilnulloy of Georgetown and Judge U C Williams of Frankfort Youthoy IK rwprtwcntcil by Hon L J Crnwfonl ami Col It W Nnlsoii of Nowjwrt Jen AY lmiJonj of Frankfort and Jwlg Jamas F As kew of Georgetown The other tie fondnntM are represented by exGor John Young llrown anil H C Kin kend of Ixiulsvlllp anil Judge J C Sims of Howling OrvoH It l RntMIJatml thnt grtRt dlOlolll ty will bo experienced in Hocurlng u Jury In addltloii to tho nltovc priHO tiers there are four nHwiKxlnuitoti itui alii conflned in the jail nt Frankfort They are WHf Culton Jim Howard Green OohlctJ and llobcrt oukos nil of whom will probably bo tried In SeptcmlK W S Taylor Chan Fin ley Harry Howinl ami John Iowora who are under indlctmonl cither an prlnolpnltI or accowtorlon are Mill at Urge llr f Hi Frank furl Frankfort KyM July GAt I oclock ill the morning flru ilostroyiMl 10000 worth of bnsltuMM proH rty liure and the futility ot IX L Holy n retired merchant barely CMQpod ileath In tho flHiucy Itting opportunely reiwucil Tho Imllllnj8 dost myml wore four located on tho wnthw s t comer of ltroadvny and St Clnir Ntreot just in front of the la41 enpllol rnimtds Tho princlMil I Hiont nro Henry Illn gold morchnnU SifcuQQ lUll M A Col htm hardware merchant 110000 The hro wnn CHUHLH by flrownrKk Shot Hi Man With III Wife Wost Liberty Ky Julyfl Oporgo Columbus of this plseo shot Hob Miller of Walnut Grove nt this plate Miller nnd Columbus wife wore to gether when the shut was flred Ihyiilclanti nay that Miller olin not live He Is a merchant nrtl welltodo Tho sympathyt generally it with Co lumbnn Miller has ben tit the same kind of trouble before Columbus WIM looked up to await the nation of the grand jury which is In Mission fId 5tnrlrrn MUfnrlunr Lexington Ky July IThe fa mous starter nnd nice lionto owner ilaniex II Ferguson was brnught homo from n Louisville hoxpltnl bro kon down in health and partially pur alyed the voMiiIt of wounds received here about 30 years ago while defend Illig n friend Ills son said Fnthor may live nix mouths ami may live only six hours He Is the owner of Kings ion stud nnd known nil over the con Iliunit n K a Hturter of race horses Hnle ur Thllrouhhrd Loxington Ky July 8lUH Straus of this uity sold to J1 S McCulloitgh of Springfield HI the 2ycarold choHtnut filly Mary Wagner by Prince of Monncn dam Imp Maid of Kent Alpo for Col M Young to same party till 15yciirolil ohoHtiuit mare Wrulght by Ionharru with a filly by impllghter by her side Those withI Mr MeiilloiighV brood mares were shipped to Urlmnu III WnrrnnlM l mniil for Illiilrrn London Ky July 7 Germans of Laurel county celebrated tho Fourth nt Straunburg three miles west Thirtyeight fights occurred and mnny pistol shots rang out but them were no fatalities Fifty warrants have been Issued for tho rioters Held for Trial Ilopkinsvtllc Ky July OJamell Dudley Ware charged with shooting Itev Dr Walker K 1lncr Tune 10 with intent to kill waived examina Ijlon Thursday UIK1 was held ovpr to Beittembcr term under 1030 bond J AN ARREST ATTEMPTED lrm liiltril Minim Mnrnlml Sliol- nml Klllril nml T v HKrr- Mrn Inlnllv Wuunileil lit Sterling 1 Ivy July OWnnljj I otimo over till tolephono from Martha Munufec ooiiuty tthat Deputy Ulitteii Stnteo Mnnthnl liowunl Wilson had bocn killed nml Tip Day am James Hush nf this county mortally wound od ami could live only a few hours Wilson nccompnuled by Wm Stamp er of this plnco had gone in hcuruh of Day who wns wanted In Virginia on sovornl chargos Ineludliig alleged violation of tho lutoriml revenue laws Not fill from Mnrllui iu Metiofco county nlxiiit M mllcft from Imrc they camu up with Day 1 nines Hugh nnd two womoii As soon ns that of fleers made known their hunlnuM shotting bognii Wilson shut IlUsh through tho body ami Day shot WIN son through tho heart killing him instantly Stnnipor shot Day through tho lit ad McOHORD DILL ASSAILED llnllriinilfi Ink Iur nn Injunnlloii- Aunlii Ihr Mlnlc Honril uf- llnllroail omuili lnnrrB IuRhtJ lit Ky July 7 A Mitt In tout and if jKiMlMv break the M 1 Chord rnllroml kiw which now 8011 trots all railroads In Koittu K WHM 1 filed In tho fodoral oeurt Ity Uie IxiHM villo Nashvlllo Sniithorn Kallrentl of Kuntueky I mtavtllo IIondon oit iSt l uU and Clionapunko As Ohio Thoy a k for n lomporay Injunollon ngolttftt tho Ior Itwird 01 i JIMMlII oomiulMloHont oompOMd flf MeCkHrtl Jrmlct y nnd Wood and ai k that thtu l made porjvotHnl OH Its lioariHg They ak that the McHionl bill lh ire otarisl Inmllil alleging It k oontrery to that MM of tJie ft9domltJlIICIt tton which plvp oongrr Mile ooli trol ovor iHtarstato rammere BUH pikonns and date for hoarlmf hr Hlwi asked KENTUCKYS TAX DUPLICATE Tile A r r l V 1 01 1OIrlr i 3TIKUrUilt Inram Will llc le Tknn 11 Venr Frankfort K July 7 Tlio stnta board of equalization fllrd Its report with tho auditor lite grand teUl askoiutod value of oil property s hJHt- to cqunllmUoR Is 74fl7 0t VMe thin l an Inel1Allc of about ItByfXXUKX o er tho nMAMjnoMt of last yogrv iho amount of lax lo IMJ rcnllxeu Will ho 26000 low than Itut year owing to the dcareaHc of the tax rate from 513 V6 to 47 eontu boaldo whioh lilt HCMmont of hhnroi of ctook of HB tionul hank also flllill sliorU kntlk Ing tho state treasury out of nboilt 5100400 Tho report shows that tiiPrt fttis mined In Uie sUtlo upward of lJ6lf0 aero of corn last yrar Cnll fur N rttlnl Illfcllnn l Frankfurt Ky July tOO Itook Mill hits iwHiod call fttr Rptfdftil ot lions in ttvft irrHiitori HMI OHP 1legi lallvo district to till vamHoht In tlw gonoral nwiomhly lIHHWCI l liy dantli HWI roMgnntloii Tlio tit rtttlI olcalttHM will 1IK hold OH the first Momfny tit August Tho dUtrlctM In which dlw tloitH nro to IN lichi are tho X Wlort dlstrlrt reproixmloil l y tholnt Suit ntor T MI Hill tho lnlou ttaunty tlte trlot roprnMoutcil by Dr J OIlfo nlRh and the WocHlfunl ooiinty lite trlot ropriHttftitiHl In tho lust houtu by the Into Gorman It Stout v Knlh r nml IUloU llnril VillinmNhurjr Ky1 July 9 A danca nt n hoiiHo nt the mouth of Laurel river 40 miles down tile CitmborlnHil wour4 up In a grnornl light In which knlvw nnd plwtoU figured pronvjpjit Ily Sid Sutton a uousln of Slutrlft Jim Stitton it Is charged shot a man niimrd Hay us twice and fntnlly wounded him Ho ulntms HayoA and frlunds wore nhiBhliiK nt htm with hniviK Tho dume was brokott up and most of the mrtlHHintB are duo toring outs nnd liruiw s CiinvliM llntMiiurs Innnup Fninkfort Ky July 7 Floyd Klcc of Mngofiln UDiinty n vouvlot Iu the stnto ponltontlnry hero was ndjmlgud to bo of iiiifouiul mind by u jury In the Franklin county court Acting Gov Carter nt onoo respited hint and iio will bo ttaken to the Fnstcrn In sane asylum at Lwxlngton Illcc Willi sont horo about Ifi months ago forllfo for tho murder of his lirothorInlaw Nunkrn Hrlennril From Jnll Frankfort Ky1 JulyI 7 According to tha ngrocinont wit h County Attor ney Folsgrove Kobert Noukcs under arrest for complicity In the Gocbcl assassination was released from Jail but will remain in the custody of a deputy sheriff till after the George town trials when he will be givtfn 011 examining trial Iliith llrunii Hlioiillnir Greenville Ky July 1t Iowdor Jy Lewis Culvert and Charley llogcrs cngngc l in a row over A bottle of nlc Hoth begun shooting Calvcrtn left arm wna shattered below the liQiit dcr nnd Ilogcrs was slightly hurt Calvert will die HKIrn Il n Mnil Iliirnr Lancaster Ky July Jhlleploughing Alnx Mowen was hlttfllhyl his liorso The animal died 20 niih utes later of hydrophobia IloxytMi will go to the IJasteur lnatltuteiNcw York 1i1 I 0 It i noc =M r J t 1 c 1 f I IiIIlR1n T III II rto t JIl J J li j 1 j f FtAI l il J jJ t I II a I rKINOTES FROMWASHINGTONI- temtl m I of Information Upon Issues and Affairs of National Interest MISTAKES OF PRESET ADMINISTRATION I Uur frrnsiiee In Chin niul Is Kluulll inner MnlCliilr HHtlnuliilii DrrpI Valurrhr Tntil ur firma llrlluln UulinnKrnnilnl llriiinlim Ililnvtell gatrl lSPMI1l Orrpolsdael MoKlnluy got thu Otinetu war wtn under tiny mid Ilitw prmkMiiftl to hlH home Ifr lajiisH ivhoro hIt Will irpriMl Ou tnmmtr rtKiolvIng trout pun h iltilQfrthMMI In the interval of cam IimiffA werk kawill Imltvor by telr phone and tlPfmpk to iMtrucl Uiu war dip rtssBl how to keep the rml1 auto of RTRlrr well hlildau from tin iwoptc while at the saint time lio fitiiU further bU dosTgHv of Imperial tam AHiI iallHurttn The war drltllrtll1aat carefully Httttw mi N milter of form that ware u not IIn a late of war with Chltm and that we art merely Itrying to ktf11 dust country from Wmjf partlttantM uioRg HuBajHloitpowrm It ea said tu bo our gaits duty to hum troop and sand1Yorsmkps1 tttH at the rtak of Jlow lug a ftiti iMlld Iwttlfwlilji llkt the Orella Ion VhwH ipreRred to npftnlH jut what liHNlnriMi our foreM have In tin depxrnmrdtlssutNt NI that It IIt best tu allow flu matter tu dcvelep THP I 3U af the ovuiitrj may UN wull HwrtarwtoiMr what oar proMHoo IIn Chltm iHnma IIN llm Aral Itlafi it IN IH JrlaIa vtefotloM ef thi tatter Rtll- l8Ift1 of the Monroe dneiriHc for Lid t rt States trout to be mixing up In an orttatul wumWe for the dlaklon of an rinirfrt Again It la In contravention Of the notion of The Ilatrue ipeace eonfor vnee tltimpk Betted hai a ever taken that very fterliHwly rxwpt 1heudml Miration when It wanted to HM tl In the repHWIvan platform Grained that the live and jHojmrty of LtUUrt ittaUf ittiena ftbwiia lie 1tOttJ tn fonwjrt ooMMrlen ItI must u rtlfflUILwrrl flat our niltflonajjlca base 1cbn murdered and despoiled of l tie rty IIn other coMsjtrtm and tt aocii extreme alIen u the Ioodlog- thsalnNtk u af troops hug ever ben n mHUtwtnfettHl iiMh Icro tarried Into aNt And the pUra of dwntjr ofahnft IIn the talc department show how Mt tit Burh alTrntii have been nente In the pain IH ahculd be noted tme that the rslaa4lwrlai host aJtlllcflottft cd Ii our InatirrttttUgn moll Most U t10t all of them o OHp d to the am oaaal Now eMen till aMnrnnee that tic foreign tntoteter In 1rhlnf had no llee of the Npr Itog and dh not think It worth while tto lee from that city 6Pyjie peellr begin ta wi4or what flirUie oUlfiJ 11Uo lima Ment- Tbe troop wire not MN t In the direct Ion where till Ialolonari- might IKtw4ld have lbeen In danger lMcaHtf the trot lnt Ht of the wkoh move wan to MW the mlMionariea mer ily aa a blind for other dmlfrna The ootd fart IU that Ureat lirltnlnI feannl that the tune had wme for the partitioning of China awl owing to tier war In South Africa she could1 not nmre troops for till Chinrce af troy So wMt wa eaaler than to me McKlobj to pun her ebrutnlha out Of tin llrot With hU usual prompt new WhICH there isI any IClaUDI u currying out tin tAkglovrNfrrioRH al Monet be put Amerleon troops and1 Amrrionn pn HK qt the iltopowil of the Ilrittoh tDhej iinnrsiieil under n HrtthOi admiral anil oboist the drat thing BHUah wtuphllty did was to wnlk late no attbiiMnde of Itexrvs antI nllow Mtiarly for uliolo force to be nnnlhllatid The Ailnilnltlrnllonii Ml lnkr It II of eour e dlfUcnlt to toll what tjieouicoine may he Hut the admin irtrntlon Ila ffe tlHr Into deep unter It will Ve rrmnnlHritl that Ho cxousc for t1r lltliIInello K of life In car rjlir on a wr of extennloatlon ngalnat tits Hllptnoit waa that nl though we pcrhup mnde n mUtnke In the heplnnlnp yet we inunt now nrr on the war to the llnlih 1t 1a making Just that Tort of n tnls tnke 1n mixing upI In the Chinese Im rnjflJo And when It gets Itself hope 41143 Involved In the continental Iron bit that Sa likely to follow It will then plenil with the tax payers to pny the lilIU and fnrnUh rolillern and prnte nlmnt ncrrr hauling down the ling IIMIntt the Kneln Mn tily1hendminltrntioncnrefntly ceniorn nil Chinese tiros It cornea In the find pined from llrltlitivnurce and over cnblca controlled by IlritUh inter cats but the people IIIRrrllt i iiurei 1 that McKluley will biIn the future nil he linn been IIn the part the willing tool of Orent Ufltnln but thnt hits nlll tnke every precaution to hide the true t tntc of the enllr from the totrr unto after olccflon rhighineertroublebnaad1Atnct ed rnnrage tbo iri thnt 11 diverts ntten iloop1alion from the Philippine Porto liltp from noticing 1ooco clv that about nU the proiiperlty1 insight In thnt which the trusts take unto lhein elves The Cuban Pimtnl IfTnlr While the ndmlnlRtrntlon Iran been solemnly pruml 1ng that the Cuban pORtnl Btundnls should be probed to the bottom promptly1 nnd the guilty par t lira punlihrd yet Xeely tnrrlen In New York and In spite of the epeclol net paned by cangrcrs for the purpose cf extraditing him his Connie hex the effrontery to tell flu court that the law Is unconstitutional and tu t11 anti K arguments seta the cane put Ialmllllr July 18 lleanwhile Hath about llarana Under the pretext that he will he ueedtxl OB s wltncf In the trials ht Is not arrested anJ It become very evident that Han na and LIB frlvnda do not dart to lot tbe Kent lemon eafwpc to this country for fear he inljfhl tell all ha knows The niiiinAiiicrlinn Vote lUmia and his aatrllltea nn lucom I Iii Mdly worried over the defection of the OeruiauAJTierkiiu vote Iteprt MOtutlrr DUsk rvlleTtil lite fvcllutfa on for unbjeet by getting leave to print a speech uliout the OerniaiiB In the Hfeord JHRt before conyrvM adjourned The other day he gave out the m- e81ult as an Interrlew to n Washing ton paper which supports the ndnilnift t ration Representative Dick think hr dir toe i of tin argument againstI milltar lam by minting out that a great many more lava are drafted Into the army In Germany IAn err enlUted In this country lie Qoa nut seem to realize the It IIs the principle of militarism to which tbe OerraauAnierleen object They we very clearly that the action of ticks administration In the last two years ban been only the tlIt r1l1lrwtdgp sad they propose to protest against the eitabUnhmvnt of a great utandlng army It laI unfortunate fur Iteprcnentatlre Dleks drain to soothe the Hermans thnt the war department on the carne day boaited that it had many applica tioan from people wanting to volun vets In milt of war with China It re irrrt tally pointed Out that congress woHld kiss to take action before three alleRwJ WocxlllilmlyI tajcimyern ould be ne ommo iated but It commented with pride on the martini spirit dla inlayed by vice people The war department make a special ty of revamping all Its ah stories It bates to take the trouble to Invent new rxrnvev to the people It will be re membered that at tin beginning of the Philippine trouble It vent out ticks Mime tort about bring beMfoged with ap plication frni Wboe wantlagtnfnllt AUOMH PATT nHON MARK BANNAS TRUST PLANK how the lace Ilona Iliprrli to 11uo lbr iit rli an- Iroptr In a very short time rrpub leans will be telling the eopie lots bitterly op posed their party hi to tnIfOtllnd that wfll point to the weak end evasive antitrust plank of their platform In nbttantlatioR of thetr nMcrtlons opfI ej wnnl John 0 Origga of New Jersey hay beets sad IU attorney jeneraLunder tin rvpnMfcMH admialatratUin A nnahit 1s his duly when federal statute ar known to be violated te bring notion tar their enforcement There IU on thin United State aUf Looks an ants tract haw KxSrnalor Iftlmumls prob ably vice greatest of lUIng cnnttltu tloiMl lawyer says It ii Miflielent f rigidly enforeed to wipe every true out of exlalenee yet In the laM three year more trtMts have been fonnci than In the wlhole previous history o mr gortrwrnent 11hy did 910 Mr Orlirga en force tbe ant lt rust law Whrf attrrnpeto enforce It Why did riot Predilen MtvKlnley eenawre hue cabinet oflloe for derelletlen of duty Surely no In teere boatllity to trusts hu bee hown hfre Who wiled the republican uatlono convvatlan to order dominated Isaac 1Iiese and vvse by It veined with planar power an party manager dlototo and bona Senator Mares A Hnnua trot magnntunndmHllenalrof rpornry of th convention Senator lKdward O Woloott true and onrparntlon counael trust itooV owner nod milllonnlrr Who tvRS ennanent chairman of the convention Senator Henry Cabot Ledge million Dire and trust representative Who trail till platform Senator Chorlftn W Pnlrbnnkx cor pomtlon coHH el and mtlllonnlre Who placed MaKlnley name befon tIll convention Senator Joaeph II Foraker corpora tlon counsel And millionaire Who were among thaoe irrmltted ti make maandlng peeohe Senator Chnunoey Depvw trust ant corporation magnate and mllllonaln and Scuntor John 51I Tliurston coun lei for the moot gigantic monopoly 01 the fact of the globe Who were the other leaden of th convention Senator Platt of New York was one ix he opposed to truMx HxSenuto Quay of Penxylvanla was n second Is he opposed to tnutu When the InetA are borne in mini and these questions ntiRweredf when tI- IA i remembered further that Seuato Hanna won throughout theconventloi 1time guest of one Irlscom notorious u an agent of the slip nubsldy stea anti II Standard Oil oflloln when 1111 remembered that almost every lending member of the convention wax winei anti dined by the Union League club whose membership comprle three fourth of the trust magnates of tilt United StnttH and the rule IhntIIno flons speak louder than word Is ap pUed what will Home republican tell us btcome of the Philadelphia anti trust plank 10mllho WorldHerald The people nre tariff taxed to maintain the trusts The party gets UIIIpay In campaign nnxcsimiontK The trust back up Mark Hnnna and Han nn KITH to It that the trust are main tained In their piracy by excessive turitr dales Time constitutional nmendnuiit proposed on the heels of nn expiring lONdon of congress is PItJaTJIias Lincoln raid Pittsburgh Past Her tip of Nn Avail A flotormlneu woman from the west vis Ittd Wuhinlltnn not long ago for the put pose of Interviewing a member of the Inb- inp t on a lubJect or intereet to hilT She called II n happenwl just at the time whln the frauds in the Cubsn portalI department were nude public and thl majority of tile presidents ndieu abterbed in consider ing tbe matter had given Instructions that thy wire not to be disturbed Ss 1OU refuse to take my card to the ace utatll liked the determined lady of the messenger It would be against m ruern nnd I dont dare te replied the meMenger po 1111fhe visitor tarried away in high dudgeon but a hipy thought orcurrtd to Jilt and chic retraeed her etep nere my moranIhe saW in dnualiglyl her 1110 cents Now will lOll take my real in I111111I hillier salary than that to keep year card out madam repondrd tbe dark choking hit beadN Y Triliune Cared After Alinnilonlim nil hope by the UM of Palmers lotion A J JoMiipI Ml Airy Hamilton Co Onto wrote Vourlx tion eured me of a inott ills trMing and unsightly eruption on my face of over five years standing after I had given up all hope of obtaining relief Palmer Lotion Sotp should bo used in connection with the lotion u its medicinal properties render it preferable to any other soap If your dnipfziit dont keep ft send hw name lte Solon Palmer 374 Peuri St New York sad receive free a pamphlet of testimonials and a sample of Lotion or Soap 11111 Sole Object Stranptr You say old Zeke only had a grlnlDidNative hIMfuttdlrJ pears ter be ItPhaadelpbia Censn Ilrainntrr reuWellufhutetCitizenSee hnt new dent get too funn or 11110 and call hex mIndlanapo The Itrxt Irroerlptlnn fur Chitin and Fever IIii a boltlo of Guavas TASTHIBSI emU Toxic hut simply Ireifundiiululuoin auuiolct form Xo euro no pay 1ricc Oc Well said the street car conductor ache rang up another fare Im not much of i politician but Im generally for the ticket Indianapolis News Till MAHICKT Cincinnati July 0 CATTLK Common d3 23 fin 4 25 Select butohura 3 10rl 16CALVES KxtrnN 075 7 00 HOnS Select puckers 5 42 10Mixed pnckum 5 95 A 4- 0SILHHICholcn 8 75 fij 4 00 JUIIISKxtrn 0 60 Q 0 C- OPLOUHSprinir pot 4 35 5 00- 111hItArSo 2 redJ 81 COIlXXo S mixeds 47 2O4itlItNoHAY Choice thuothjH tC Q14 50 aSs IIJKK nm is- jjMtn n o 80 IJUTTKItCh dairy 14 Cholcu oronmory 21IA1TLKS Ch to fancy 32ti f11 75 POTATOKS Por brl 1 Sfi 1 60- TOltCCO Xew 110 i17 70 Old 4 00 14 75 CHICAGO FOUl 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the copper country address with foot 4J ante in rtAinin to pay iiotaR Geo H i 11 tall ord General PaMenger Agent Chi- tcago111 Itrkentlnp an tumult Mare witching among the stare for one who would live him for himself alone had wooed1enumloveAreaclioualyMadam theDeat i licit fur the llutreU No matter what ails you headache to a yuurboJveleeasy natural tnavements cost you juit 10 llarkCakwenuineJpulupstamped on it Beware of imitation I A Suspicion glueIguststoIUIpIrionthat cite I goIDo Your Pert Ache and lineal I Shake into your aooes Allen Foot Fase a powder for the feet it makes tight orNew Shoes Feet Kaiy Cures Corns itching i wallea lift Ctlloui Smarting Sore and j Swrotu FeeJ All Druggiits and bOlll Stares sel tjac Sample teat FREE Ad drew Allen S Olraled Le Hoy X Y Always mewed Up If all were rich no doubt twere but tIn wine ways we tnppoie but oh how sad to Uie that zest we feel in Suoday clothes Indianapolis Journal To Cure a CuM In One Day Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet AU druggists refund money i it falls to euro 25c Tho greatest match maker in the world hoses all detire to make a match when the itcevert that her kitchen girl has a foii biwer AtohiKin Globe i Carters Ink Im Uaed by the rtatet raUw ay yiteroiof tbeUnited States they would not use it If it watnt the Lcd ii Xo Augustus the knapfuck iis not so- oeped because It la used as a pillow In I anapolis sews Pinos Cure is the belt medicine we ever iwd for all affections of the throat and- ortile1Vm 0 Endtley Vanburec lid Btb101l1001n I Inp tbe wire rasn layeth pipes the fool only tpcuts Detroit Jour sal PCTXAU FADELESS DTDS do not stain the hands or spot Uiokottlc Sold by alt drug IfUts Its when a man IIs completely down that he Iis really up against ILiindianspch Sew DrMofIettTeethinaa richild Do not stone the baby when you rock lb cradle Chicago Daily Xewi naU1i Catarrh Cure Is a Constitutional Curs Price 75c j I closesIThe circulation of the blood Iis an d1 fair of the heart Chicago Daily hews 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binf4herrasnforthllalull Waltham hundreds elu TENTSKINDS1FSPOT Passengers- toTexasviaMemphiscan YACHTING BATHING DUCKING tJ Descriptive reward Established = u IIntCADRKS OF Tills PAPKR DliailUNCJ TO IIUY ANVTIItXC AUVKUTI8EI IN ITS COlLXNS BI10CU INSIST UPON 11AVJXO WHAT TIIKY ASIC von IlKKUSISa ALl DUUTr1TLTlttl Oil IMI IIOtll5tt Iv pi tlAI BA8 NA AND a 8tUNbNII r C unn It i rT St sirIBuilding t t 1 1aterlaI ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t 5 1 1BEHDoors and Windows Shingles Lime and Cement Builders Hardware ctt Paints Oils etc jj1 II I ESTIMATES CII tFUnSISIlEUt FEED STUFFS i I Corn Bran etc etc Is IIHayOt J1 W S Ellison r Laud for Sale I have a Rood farm 2a miles of Moscow Ky of 325 acres 200 clear for sale at 20 per acre Its a bargain foc this price Must sell by Aug 10th oV 20 Write or call Terms easy Severn other farms for sane in Ky andTennJ ALL 7134 Fulton Ky t IProhibition Convention c PADUCAH KY July 10 1000 Dear Sir Kindly announce in your this weeks Issue that tho First Congres sional District Prohibition party Con vention will meet in Paducah at the Courthouse at 130 pm July 18 1000 to nominate a candidate for Congress and for other purposes Respectfully J D SMITH Dist Chairman Some Populists Kick The Silver Republicans and Populists representing the three states named Nebraska Kansas and South Dakota did not talk very encouragingly They said Populists and Silver Republicans might to some extent vote tho Repub lican ticket while other Populists who had heretofore acted with the regular organization would go over to the inulrtleofthoroaders Auotiated Prtu The kick of some of thesePopulists is against Mr Stevenson for Vice Prest dent and all because Stevenson has al ways been a conservative democrat without variableness or shadow of turn ing The nltraiste dont like him bet j cause they know they cant control him and for that reason thousands of pure himIVTklte Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the LexingtonKy 2 low Ills skin slowly changed color terriblyJliswas treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised I wonderfulII After 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 e U plea aat Occurrence Mr GaswellI have just heard of a painful accident out at the farm One of the men lost his arm in the threshing machine a week or two ago provokingNowwo use for the next six months I ttttTee Fastidious yourlastCertainly mem Its nothin Im I habI my over night and th family objected to th smell of rubber tire in thvittles f ttttU- nconscious Irony I have been very much pained said the man who always has a graceful look in his eye to observe the American ea moneyI written a book on the subject publishitmake it pay ttttThe Next Best Thing I trust said the now member of the school committee that you do not hold hopethatpresidentNoI do not think that 1 err on tho side of improbability when I teach them that prosidentiai Tttt Another View of tke Matter I firmly believe she said that wo I proposeIcourse proposes re- plIed she should give an engagemen ring and other presents instead of receiving them On second thought she answered perhaps it would be better not to change existing conditionstttt Twice a Fool I went out tho other day and paid fl for an umbrella and t2 for a straw hat Well what about iU I atIwith the hat Do you think Fate arranged tluv com bination especially fur your v No I think I was a blamed fool two layl In succession E V IJTOT TO ItlCRDKIl THE 111 KN1 DENT NpnnlHli ami Cuba Coil Nplrntor Charged With It New York July nTho World says A plot to assassinate President Mo Kinly has been frustrated It was concocted by a group of Span- Ish and Cuban conspirators with head quarters in New York One of the plotters weakened and sent a warning letter to a member of the Republican National Committee That letter was placed in the hands of Secre tary Charles Dick who referred it to B B Odell of the New York State Committee for investigation Chair man Odell employed a detective who speedily verified certain important allegations made in the warning letter Thereupon Mr Odell reported to Secretary Dick who laid all the facts before Chairman Mark Hanna Mr OdellH report caused great alarm among the Presidents close friends and advisers Mr Odell made it plain that ho regarded the plot a matter of time utmost seriousness and urged that extreme pro cautions be taken to keep tho Presi dent out of harms reach Messes Dick and Hanna laid the matter before the President shortly be fore ho departed for Canton They in structed Mr Odell to continue t4 investigation and cautioned hiuy4b work with the utmost secrecy To a World reporter last night Mr Odell admitted tnat he and certain memo bers of the National Committee had discovered n plot to assassinate the Presi dent Yes it iis true ho said but I regret exceedingly that it has become public Ho was extremely anxious that no reference whatever should bo made to thematterSpecial detectives are guarding time President in Canton One Independent Papers Views Not cfthas the whole form of this presidential contest been shaped It re mains for the independents to act But whether the citizen who proposes to do what in him lies to uphold our ancient heritage in carried by his conscience to vote for Bryan or will fain content himself with voting for some other than the head of the present Administration ills support cannot be given to William McKinley who explain it as you will has not kept his rudder true to Republi canism in this time of stress and peril OXE quarter of the peoplo on earth die before tho age of 6 one half before the age of 16 and only one out of each 100 born alive live to the age of Cf NKUKOES AFTER REPUHLHUN PIE Exchange The negroes back of the movement for a presidential ticket are claying a good financial game They know that no Republican ticket can be elected without time negro vote It is only through the aid of the negro voters of New York Illinois Indiana Ohio and Pennsylvania that these states havo been carried by Republicans They now have no chanco to carry any of these States without the colored vo ters By putting u negro Republican ticket in the field those backing the movement will be in a position to de mand a good price of the Republican campaign committee to witndraw the ticket or play their nominees falsa The negroes have found out that the repuh licans cannot get along without them and heuco tho shrewd ones are going to get pay out of it Oar Duty IN China The duty of our Government at least is plainrip be on time field with men and munitions of war and march shoul der to shoulder with other powers that mean to perform the duty the exigen des of tho case may call for The world must he made to know that when a hostile hand is laid upon an American citizen the Government of the United States stands ready with all its power to remove it and that quickly The Bent rood 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43S9Ifi 807015OtherI Ii Hipen eft lust quarter 100563 515950 8 t tl LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 50000 i l60000uUndivided1x50Depositswhich interest laI not paid 0703R Due State nan 1111 mph Htnker 7 vi it 169506 t State oJ Kentucky Giunty qf Fulton tit I W 0 Johnson Cashier of Illckiuta Bane a Uank located and doing husint at No Clinton street in the Oily Hlckman in said county ring duly iiworc says this foregoing Report IIc lit all respects u true ulatemeit of the contllti Ij of the said Dank at the close of buInfon the aOth day of June 1000 In the bestsi his knowledge and belief and fiirlUr says that the business of sld bank bu been tranatctedl at the location named and not elsewhere and that the nlxive report is made in cnniplianre with an pflkiili notice received from the Secretary af Slate designating the 30tb lay of Joe InOOall a day on which such p port shall HH mule WO JOHNSON thterSubscribed aUdworll to before me Ir W C Johnson the Sim day qf July InOOolnR T TrtRB 01W II lUtTZRR DireeloM rQUARTERLY REPORT OF TUG Fumes ui Mmhits SiB I at he close of liuslnena on the 30th ds June 1000- JtESOURCE Lana and discounts ten loans to Director SO98 Loans to Directors oftieera not Included is 6iI lij8JtUnnklngt elI fCurreDc1f I IIOlherIII tOT3E tagI LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid inin cash 8900000 Surplus Fund 1200 00 Undivided Profile 17488 Deposits vabjecl to check on which interest Iis National 4097300 Due Hanks 120135- RlIU Hedhcoulllfll WOWOO I07C5I09 State of Kentucky Cvunty Ofl FulUm II- J A Thompson Cashier of Farer- and merchants Rank a Dank keatedsrt doing liusloe s at No Clinton etrret in the town of HUkman In saM scanty tit lag duly sworn says that the rOKinr Report iia In all reipeclx a true t Knat of the condition of the aid Rank I ilia close of businessI on the 30th dul of June 19CO to the best of hie knowitje and belief amt further says that rbe business ofsellI lUnk has been trtmttt ed at the location named nllIel elsewhere I and that the above report IIP made in compliance with an official node re eel ted from the Secretary of Slat diig naming the 30th day of June 1900 M the day on which such report shall e nude J A TIIOUMOX Plblft byJ1900 My Commission expire Feb 10 Iio2 B T VAVH Notary PuMIe J C CIICKK I n 11f IILU Uirecinr- ii Bucsas- AiociiitINVIoiiers XoHee FULTON CIRCUIT COUNT II O AnilMirf Pluintlir f RuityGcoNotice Ls hereby given to the Credituat D Metts undcrl cult Court under an order in the aljovo will attend ontholustdayCourt 1000 io receive and hear proof of clitiuis against said Decedent and Unit all claims not presented to him and prov en as required by law within tin tiiqo specified above will bo forever barred TAYLORMaster CuurtflyCoipmlkvloutqn Nok FULTON CIRCUIT cotni D A Luton itdnir Plaintiir i luilyMNotice is hereby given to tho creditors of N J Qeens deceased that tin un FultonCircuit tloalovohisolllco tucky streets from tho date hereof until tho 1st day of tho next September tern Iwurproofand that all claims not presented to him witliiatimeforeverburredc W P TAYLOR Courtllyi FKAK A MONAKCIIICAI IthACTIOK llollcvo n MoTriiirnl on Foot Triulnurj In the United Slates IH Along Tliut Line Mexico City July 8Tho growth iu the power of the clerical or conserva thc party in Chill Peru and Columbia and their pretensions In Central Amen itrn bna aroused the Liberal party stuffs men and pojiticiaus iu Latin lorries and they now realize thnt a movement is on foot to bring about it inonaruhiul rntctioii III this heinispheru unit that i the long battle with roaatiotitiry party is by no means won The Liberal have always looked to time United States for their inspiration card still have confidence iu the instinct for freedom winch is HO strong among Amerioau people limo Liberal party organ says The Conservative who dream of i renewing the old union with Spain and against the attempt to unseat time Euro ptmu principles in America iiro work tug untiringly and now assert that their ideas are triumphing iu the Unit d States whore moduru imperialism Is lhouJthity is again accumulating property and IIJCOfthe liberal party programme which is Itlf iltvflojuHl dumocmtio Institntinntt Loyal Doul you think that iiootx later tlclunUI unwavering lid uiirer he tonsil want to write nigh flaw stuff all the lima lies got to do umeUiing to show ifs versatility A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER The WKBKLY AMKUICAN tho Load tug Southern Weekly till Oct 6th 1900 anil a Cluess in it 25000 Con Uuussltig Contest for only 10 Cents I Watches Free Sum 10 coals to tho Weekly Aincri tan Nashville roan and you will bo- Itut the Wtokly time leading weekly of the south till Opt 6 1000 You can al so Lava a guess m time fa60 corn Kunroutust GUM number of on an Indian cornInil Ss IncliiH Iu middle 2g inched j at small sad JljiuohcM To the sub wnUuor Rubscrtbon namliiK tho cor rect or nearest correct number of Brains ou tho oar wi will give fK60 in cumuli It more that omit correct goOM the amount will divided The 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