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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- rho 1 a 1 tr 4 I L a 11 i- iI i r t- 14S I II t t t f i Ci 1t I 0 f THE HICKM N eoURIERC t L a t i OLDEST NEWSPAPER ttST TESTERN KENTUOKIT ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN 1 ULTON COUNT ICY JULY 20 1900 VOL XXXV NO 34t s County Democratic Convention t 13TheFulton county Democratic ion vcntioii mot at the Court Housu lu I Iii Htckinan Monday pentuant to call for the purpose of sending delegates to tho titnto Gubernatorial convention to con vene iu Ixjxlnyton July 10th Mr Herbert Ciirr WWI elected Chair SecretaryThe two liiokmau prcolucU and Ixxlgton in ttruotcd for Ueokham giving him 20 i dfora motion prevailed to mako Uookhamii nomination unanimous Thu precincts of Sawafnw Ridgo and o Madrid haul were not repnwentwl I Mr A W Lindnny and others nmilo iliort talks TRAIN ROSBhCRSi 2 Caught and One at Largo Two of llu WiuklilTu train robbers havo then captured und arc now in jail At Wtokllffe Doylo and Harm whilst i tho loader and most dangerous one of N tho throe Jack Nubian in jut nt large i lolDudwiu sighted in Bt Louts but jumjxd from n 2 story window giving tight to i I ioiw of DeUxitivn and niado Rood bin trtccapu ItofhIii raid to bo really u bru d ther of Hurntsi Gharlw Barnoti made n i ib0rvi wards Doylo crowd thin rivur WRIt purmied and captured at tlmrliwlon whilst Notion and Barrio cm down to liiokman In a yawl and here took train to Ht Lour Tjoy left yowl ut Iliek 4 4man to bo ftliippcd to than All Safe July 9i Thu latwLjiewSiaT Wellington indl 1 calurt that nil tb1ttforclgn legation at Puking jrcro Hnfo On July U which iin two s day Inter than the reiwrted mawaere This newt IN authentic to tho extant that 11t d Jilt b tll n AIl 14 t R on wno venue IoM i r itatruth ruts has brought about a dr cidttilyI more hopeful feeling ut n gHrd ii- to Ohlm n matter We can now even hopenlmt the flcndtah murdoni reported inuy b greotly nxuKgoroted I Chinas Reckoning i Under the tenor of tho latiwt advleos from ClimaU in no longer eaully jxxwi able to doubt that the gradient crime of rentnry hM buett committed in IV 4thekm in thu ruthless slaughter of nil theii member of all the fornign legations ac rredited to the Chlni o Ciovnrnment For a crime Much M thii tho fullest rccoutug moat bo unforced To the last item of the detailed account of the tragedy horror Olilim must bo mold to a hftt lenient Thoro must bo no iwouiw HMMtblo to thoii rtcponxiblo for the crime If the IKniprrHS Dowager herself is guilty eho must sulfur for hur Kins If tho Prince Tuou shall provo ttoI have led in the bloodthirsty debauch of savagery lib mast lit held to answer to the law of nation With satisfactory confirmation of tho truth of thu story of tho maataortt now coming from 1e kin tho timo for hesitation will have pocsed All tho jxHvera conourned Russia England tho United Status Germany Jap lmlleomust in un toll constitute iho instrument and thet t tribunal for tits poninhmeut of China Rubbishy Alt Obstructions After reviewing the platform nUllI proceeding of tho Kansas pity conven foil time Courier Journal says So clear time way for notion Wo huH regard all that obstruct it an rubbish What wo think nUll why wo think its wo have fully anti clearly explained From on to tho end let tho word bo for ward and bo ho an enemy and not ut friend who would limit or hinder tho freedom of anyone who whatever 11 i indlvldtdual preferences would in good faith support tho ticket What it wil need on the tiny of tho election wilt bo votes and he tumll approve himself the bent democrat who gets this most u these flak nl ga Man A hint of tho nextfad or fashion in n curative way maybe found in an experi ment performed n few days ago nt Hello vuo hospital in Now York A phyHiolun named opraguo hM invented an oven which boar his nnlllo and into whnh the person is inserted all except his head and subjected to a temperature which under other clrcumHtanceu would Hulllco for u barbecue Tho heated air is withdrawn as rapidly as it becomes la r1don with punsdnatfon of time patient 1 the process1 is further encouraged b y giving tho patient constant baked of wnI ter After ho huts been lon enouoh to bo well done he is taken out rolled in heavy blankets and finished olf with n vigorous massJiRo It may bo culled a concentrated form of the lurk Ish bath If there IsI Lilly badness that Dr SpraguoH apparatus will not dun- out ou man It must bo of a kind thin needs u preacher instead of u doctor p L P 4 W S Ellisonsll 01 I t MidSummerr Stggesti nfjf Dry Goods Ji i j dDepartment Cool Fabrics 1tx For Jyaiiics Midsnnmcar j of Ifanqy DIinTftea age Batistes IIn most fetch fjfn tug styltt iOo vhTtiiw out to juut 4vf v- Prtullf DUnUw ohuuio conbi this efoiJ1 5c+ lOa gUGdMj8uttq t M tom- iA I to a RUb1 N4rs nuttllt1i Lawfls AT kt Dlulfi1t Percales Itomnnnt Prices v Calicoes ee Rettiaaut Couuter- D T Shirt Vl1isIt sr i ThU Ttdm of cool comfortable correct La Hes s arjft offering moat attractive values atwearw 3qc 50c 75c 8100 225 r In a t buts SDk Waiage at the oat prices Set- trt t alt 11iilul 1G f0 get oust CCCitilIl I2vory tow days JfHW PANS 14IIW LADE NEW THINGS in Binall TOILET AHTIQLKS for ladles No Cold Democrat Ticket Tiie Gold Democrats will not put u ticket iu the hold this year says W D Bynnm of Indiana chairman of tho Gold Democratic Hxuontivo Committee In 1800 Wo cannot gut our electors on the ollloial bullet in Now York bo oauHo no votes wore Host for the party candidate for Governor III tHUS and time State law minlres that n certain num ber of votes have been oast for State of floors in the proceeding election before the nomincoM of any fut ono go ou the olllcial ballot in t pending con fault Our party organization in New York was abandoned two years ago members of our party voting other tick ets Time only way wo ono have our CUll omclnlIby ber of voters in each count au exceed ingly diilloult timing to do in the present case as the members of tlio Gold Dom ocratic party havo affiliated with 0110 or tho other of alto old partion on tlio new issue Now York is thu 0110 Stato that Republicanstothcial ballot there is little use of no in nowiAustralian ballot laws lu other states 1also operate against independent move ments tHnllrolul Com a missioncrs Sued An injunction suit was lllwl in the United States court roo o n t Jly against tho Kentucky railroad commis stators and the individual members thereof Wood McChonl mid Dempsey 1Tho complainants are tho L R N It K company tho Ghcsnpoako and Ohio Co the Southern railway in Kentucky and the Louisville Houdoibon and St Louis Railroad company Complainants pray that tho act of March 1000 tho McOhord railroad bill bo declared nUll deemed to be nncousti tutioual wall nUll void and that the dofondauts bo enjoined trout taking ao ofUou aguiiiBt or in relation to tho corn plainants under said act and that the sham Injunction bo mado perpetual lion W W Tsco of Mayfield was found unconscious on tho roadside tho fuggytdition is now painful but not dangerous j WHAT IT COSTM To Kun Thuds UoYtrllltl alt RaId time lIsp Id Increase of Same In Late Years Figure cranks men who want to know iu exact numbers the cost of gov ernment and who are asking incon venient qucidous of men still out of jnInre epariiig data for the who will soon begin to work They have been looking up tho four years of and three years of lust for foreign conquest and the two years of and tho result would appal all but those familiar with big things In I860 it cost the people only 834G per capita to pay tho entire expenses of tho government In 1800 at time close of the Democratic adminis tration tho whole expense of govern for 1899 n pence year was 707 Tljo increased of the pres out exceed thosoof tho Cleveland regime 303 per head Tho for direct cost bf govern mont alone for 1001 on the basis of actually made will bo 050 per capita Thats au increase of per capita expenses at the closo of Mr Clevelands of 4051I These figures do not include extraordi nary expenses in tho Cuba and Porto Rico For the privilege of living every man woman and child must pay to the 8050 each br 405 a head more than four years ago I Record Adlai Ewing Stevenson was born iu Christian county Ky October 23 1835 Ho was educated iu tho common schools and at center College ia Kentucky HO removed to Ill with his parents at tho ago ot seventeen His public career has boon as follows Admitted to time bar May 1857 Muster In Chancery 180004 Member of Congress 187075 Delegate to Natioual Democratic con voutiou 1884 and 1802 President 180307 A I r It Wo advertise what woftiayc And always havo whatwc daw j it- X14 1 Suits cut to S t and 1250 i t and 1050 1 are actual moneysaving facts that will pay YSsett to look into 1 Y- Yu r3rgain Counter of 0 50c Shirts cut to a t 796 are well worth your while this torrid weather x t trou11 miss it IIt you lont invest in two or it ftnec of there Shirts Fact A 1 lot fashion permits a man totdresa in tam ylq lti7out e hiscomfoXt 1 V 1k1drCQNAG Ollr ttt itor Lia- or Coats at S450 and 600- i I Serge Coats and Vests at 500 WOOLat 81000 Crash 8200 Un L P W S ELLISON spellbinders McKinlovism mllitaryism capittiexpenditures administration expenditures appropriations nnministration Philippines government StorciiHons Bloomington Goneml18858U188589Vico totry Clothing Department 1 advertiset ns500 345 tI 650 498 1000 Suits 850 1250 1500 39b 750u 59c 100 CQ Mathes wgtthcr rifcmg Sed Flannelette Suits Suits PHILLIPPINKS SERVICE I Forty Thousand Men to be Kept Iu Ser I vice Therei Tho War Deportment has determined that afte time withdrawal of the volunteers fn m the Philippines tho force to be retained iu the Philippines will be 40000 men of all arms of tho Beryl e It Is the intention of tho War Depart wont to tring back the volunteers be ginning about November 1 Owing to tho heavy draft that will bo made ou time transportation service by reason of time war in China it is the intention of time administration to begin the return ot the yolnnteers a month earlier than was scheduled Tim department will utilize sotto of tho transports which will carry troops to China to bring vol unteers ou time return trip The War Department is figuring ou uext Congress increasing tho army iu the Philippines to any desired number In tho meantime if tho war in China should require any very heavy draft on the army aa now constituted thero seems to be no doubt that tho President will call au extra session of Congress to supply the troops Ho has been warn ed recently by Geu McArthnr that but very few troops should bo withdrawn front the Plmilfppines Meteor Falls A meteor resembling a largo ball ot fire fell at Dellefoutalu Miss lost Friday destroying tho store of Mabry d Hodges H A Talk to Merchants Dont neglect your advertisinc be cause tho weather is hot and tho be tween season is at baud Take tho sea BQuablo things ou which you arc over loaded and the things that will soon be unseasonable and priut interesting sto ries about thorn Quote prices that will force attention by their lowness oven if you have to lose a little now aud thou l peel4X I nh INDIANA AMERICAN 0 Mayor Taggart of Indianapolis whore Mr Bryan and Mr Stevenson will be notified of their nomination tor Presii dent nUll Vice President of tho United States by tho Democratic party has time facts on his side when ho claims that many Indiana Republicans will iu No vember vote against Mr McKinley on tho paramount issue of imperialism The passage of tho iniquitous Porto Rican tariff bill uuder pressure from tho President caused by tho influence of the trusts to bo bencfUtcd thereby is what has caused this defection of Indiana Republicans Tho sentiment condemn fug the unconstitutional tariff taxation ot tho Porto RIcaus was led in Indiana by ex President Harrison It is au honest nod typical American sentiment It is based ou unswerving loyalty to tho American creed which forbids taxation without representation There is reason to believe that tho Ko publican campaign iu Indiana will bo a halfhearted campaign It is difficult oven under the strongest party pressure for meu to work soulfully for a candi date whose policies Iud whoso acts they condemn It is peculiarly difficult for consistent Americans justly proud of their Americanism to effectively sup port a man whoso Americanism they have impeached It u doubtful if time best typo cf American can bring himself to vote for tho retention iu power of such a man Patriotism rises above party in cases such as this Tho Democratic party standing firm ly and fearlessly ou its platform con domuiug that greed of Luiplro which led to tho grievous sin against the Porto RIcaus and against the American Cou stitutiou should find Indiana iu tho Democratic alignment ou tho count of votes to bo cast In November It has the right to expect this showing Indiana belongs to tho great Middle West and tho Middle West is American to tho core It is not to bo tricked iuto join- Ing the syutllcuteplot which aims nt time betrayal of the licpublio to Empire Its people are faithful to the principles up on which the Republic was founded Indiana must jolt In its effective con demnation of the plotters for Empire St Louts Republic 7 1 Yerkes n the Nomineeoo I The Stnto Republican Convention twhich met ill Louisville Tuesday nominated tho Hon John W Yerkes for Governor No other name was pro sentootnnd other thew 1Repub110nns1 i as tho Courier VI advised there isnoth ing against him except political differ I cuces l li Beckham toe Nominee Returns frani the Democratic county conventions hncld Monday show that Governor Beckham has more instructed votes than nil of his opponcgts coinbin cd Tho Governor and his friends claim that ho will hayo enough votes to nomi jtntl jt l Faro required to nominate The op 1 I 1 position however has notabandonedtho contest and Judgo Black who figuresrthat ho will have about 200 votes on the I i ftrst thl1llt were generally harmonious and thero a 1I will be no contests except from KentoneUnd Campbell counties The figures re ceived by the CourierJournal are as follows Beckham 4721935 Black 134 1033 Lewis 73 Smith 14 Pryor 11 McCrcaryt 13 uninstructed incjudji ing LouIsville 2ro contested 58 once ported 40 rJ t It Caused the War I Tho firing on FtSumpter precipitat ed our 4 years civil war Tho explosion of the Maine ilretl the r people of the United States aid theta ti after it Was impossible to prevent ttio war with Spain Tho massacre of Crockett and hu comt oJ 1 1tbe1t Tho killing of U S soldiers on sentry 1 dptyby Filipino guerillas preelpitatedv aof t3thy present Philippine war u1b fai ct J eCht vI tk rq feet toward firing the minds of the pco plo to revenge such terrible atrocities Everything olso is lost sight of before such monstrous Inhumanities What- pu11tshmentsshouldbe metered out to these fiends in human shape onlyI time circumstance and and conditions judg ed by thoso on the grounds aud know the facts can determine Trials on Stump Not ProperIjIj Certain political conditions in Kentucky are clearly and of right ought to t 16 exclusively iu the domain of the courts Tho contest cases for the state offices have been heard and decided I by the State aud Federal courts up ou purely legal grounds lu favor of the Democrats To these decisions all par ties havo submitted and thero is no peace law order or safety other than respect for these decisions lu the terrible 1 muddlo of affairs Gov Goobel was foully basely murdered Time mur derers should be punished lint the comfits should ascertain tho guilty ones and administer tho punishment Oer tain persons have been Arrested charge with being accessories thereto They should have a fair trial iu tho courts The ends of right and justice either as to the contest cases or tho murder of Goebel are not likely Lobo subserved by attempting the trial of these cases on tho political stump with embittered pol iticians as tho prosecutors and defend ers Tho result must bo continued bit tcruess For these reasous tho Courier has advised tho nomination of a candi date for Governor that would elevate our State politics aud leave these cases to thocourts where they belong M THE FIRST RATTLE I Allied Powers Repulsed Tho allies have been repulsed in an attack i iII on tho native city of Pokin and with heavy losses The American Ninth i Infantry alone had 25 per cent of its I mon hit and among tho killed is Col Emerson Liscum Its commander AllI i Inationalities suffered heavily In officers I and mot Tho situation there is much worse No futher news has been received of time massacre at Tien Tsin but tho world believes it true Germany has gone so far us to prevent tho Chinese minister from communicating with the 4 government but no power has yet do clared war From all over tho empire comes news that tho populace Is inflamed oven at the treaty ports The latest estimate is that 80000 men will bo nee essary to cut a way to Pokin and if re ports bo true that more Chinese are booing summoned to defend Pokin u much larger body will bQ required I lli e The Hickman Conri GEORGE WARREN Publisher UICKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS In Kaffrarla cattle constitute tiTchief currency Coal operators have put up ti price of coal in Chattanooga Two hundred and fifty of the 1avi police are mounted on bicycles i Ninety thousand men in the British nrmy have goodconduct badges South Carolina has just recognizedI n divorce granted in another state The sultan possessor no crown coronation being unknown in TurVoy In 1SOO there were 200 horses Australia in 1900 there are 20000- 0ltnrrled couples in Norway are prl ileged to travel on railways at a faro and a half More street curs are manufacturededn in St Louis than at any other point in the world A single journal in Paris causes the destruction of 1SOOOO trees n year as material for paper Over JCSOOOOOvorth of diamonds are etolen every year from the South African r diamond mines In Paris fine human hair of fash ionable color is sold for as much UIiO per pound by dealers Projectiles for modern big and rap C id firing guns require about half their c weight In powder to fire them Among the clocks to bo seen at the Paris exposition is one of the yea 0580 which belonged to Henry III To South African oxen the tulip plant which the beasts greedily tIc sour if they can got it Is rank poison a The town of Brunswick Me owns 1000 acres of land which they willI plant In white pine as a public invest Aleut According to a San Francisco paper children of James Watts inventor of the steam engine are now living iin CaliforniaA I wild tribe of western Indians is using 41 kinds of vegetables rwhi h Ire absolutely unknown to civ jlizcd nations A six months cruise will decrease the speed of a ship 15 per cent This is owing to the barnacles that gather on n ships hull Red bananas are coming into the are market again Very few have bee shipped to the United States during t nattThe latest statistics show that the L United States has over 200000 miles or railroad and less than 20000 miles of good wagon road Ing k1j Women have been elected to official11with positions In the vestry of tile Frenc Protestant Episcopal church at S Cauveur in Philadelphia to t p tileiltf for China from New York undaunted pobyInThereStates government property as ap J praised locally within the boundaries t of the Greater New York t Teachers with physical ailments are to it io be barred from the Chicago schools c rr in the future Only those of robust will be parbeen patented The air cushions at tached to the rockers are very rim ilar to ordinary cycle tires So useful are toads in gardens that t7aro sold in France by the dozen for stocking gardens to free them from many injurious insects Kruger pennies arc being purchased be Colonyitn t will be coined after the war The military reservation at West Point occupies a rack promitory which extends into the Hudson river tend contains about 2330 acres t Nearly half of the lightning strokes 1 1reportedI occur out in the open 34 per i undoCper barns J The supreme cajirt of Michigan reGently held that a conductor Is not bound to give women and children assistance in alighting from cars The Tennessee convict coal mine IR- a paying institution It lis estimated that the enterprise will show a pro of over 100000 for the past sl months The wire clothesline was the causeA 1 A 1 1 At A yenrrhat ly y1Ightnhlgclothing from the line The Chinese have no use for bat I Itrot toilet or is bathing quickly made and begun until nearly all the gar menus to be worn have been put on purIcussed in the open market n black SiI I berian fox skin 48 inches by 8 inches a paying for it the sum of 3000 Where j dressed it will cost its wearer 5300 With n population of 5500000 Lon don harbors every day 120000 stran gers Some may remain a week someI I nrountlIIly t boundaries A railway is to be built between Cape Nome and Fort Clarence Alaska and rails and narrow locomo hithesrJRrrlvellSchool teachers in Iowa have to be content with small salaries ojJncomestructors in any part of the middle west except Ohio The oldest house in England standst near St Albans abbey It is oc t tagonal in shape and the walls of Its lower story arc of great thickness It U 1100 years old and is still fit toe habitation 1 erFUncle Sam Will Send All the Avail able Troops at Once I he 1reiildent linn Plenty at Money nt HI OUnonnl and nn Ultra eSerrlua of ConirreM In Xut XtcrnriaW shngton Ju13K 17ThUl tlpnlslq I of the nilmlnlatrntlon at pntseut 1Irt that the United States JrOernllllnt I18I Ktlll not nt war with the government of Chinn Tho big happening at TicnTslii coming on top of the Bto rles of the lost struggles at 1ekfntt Ink0adutinietmUriu thin want the flvtolls at pears nut tits statement should not be accepted as Indicating purpose on the part of the United States to withhold its hand from thc administration of swift and uICfJult punishment upon the Chinese with out regard to station who mayLore pponsiblc for the outrages of tilt xis few weeks It means simply that the government of the United States feels that it can best achieve that by regarding the status officially ns othentisawould seriously cripple tIle government in its efforts to obtain satlsfae tlon ins the outrages the American- ht a China have sufferer We shoal find the ports of Vhlnn now open to hnlwt1ri meats would be encounterefl which are now missing Therefore accord Ing to the administration view a dee laration of war would afford not even technical gain while it would dctI ually he n hoary drnwbaekIChairman Cannon of the house np proprlatlons committee Iis authority ins tho statement that money in plen ty IIn at the disposal of tire president to meet the present emergency andbthat there lis no necessity for a Hcgston of congress on that score The day was the most exciting Washington hH known since the bat tie of Santiago At tIll very beginning came Atlni ItemeyVi cablegram announcing the defeat of tIll allied forces at Ten Tsln A special cabinet meeting was held on receipt of this news with such members present as in town Great reluctance was wrlicinpants to answer questions ns to th- ure of the deliberations The best indication of its nature was the de pasture for the white house of Secre tary liar immediately after the meet He sat down and had a long talk President McKinley over the soonhbecome known that the president had hitm conic bn k from Canton to tho no tionnT capital The cabinet officers talked over tho ssibilities of reinforcing the troop China The estimates varied ns to how ninny could be spared but the general opinion was that somewhere betweenh4000 and 8000 men could be shipped the taxi from Cuba and the United States in addition to the troops nl roads under orders A statement pre rted by Adjt Gen Corbin shows the are now a grand total of 10005 officers and men in China en route to China enroutc to Nagasaki or under orders for Nagasaki This table of course includes the illfated Oth in fan try which may not be in condition for further service Ceji AJoodK lau reports indicate that owing to tHd tranquillity prevailing In Cuba It will1 entirely wife to decrease the mill tary force there quite largely Washington July 17Gen Miles had an extended conference with the secretory of war oncernlng the dls patch of reinforcemerts to China No statement could lw secured ins to the result of thin conference but it isi j understood that Gen Miles very strongly urged that the troops be im mediately withurawn from the Phil ipplncs FO tint a large army could IK thrown into China within n compare fitly few days instead of awaiting the slow processes of assembling titi army in this country anti Cuba and troopsin tinfltworkxwhile the dispatch of troops from thin country will take considerably more than n month and the men can hard be on the field until September Notwithstanding Gen Miles recom mendation the apparent polity in to frohtit they scnllnIscI doubtless be made for on officer of high rank to take command of this force Hen Miles inns recommended that Maj Gen llatcR who commanded brigade with credit in Cuba be placed in command lie is now In the Philippine and could readily reach dlspoRltionhoweer r c from this country nnd OH the comB dons are So rapidly expanding Gen Miles lIs frequently referred to as like to assume command of the Amcrl can forces in the Orient Troops Ordered to Chinn Chicago July 16Tine depot bat of the 5th United States Infant stationed at Ft Sheridan has re calved orders to go to China iVlthic battalionIrx regiment are expected fro Uentli of laud IV Illoiltfctf New York July 17Tie death o Earlc Walter Dlodgett at Manila is liIng j involved In many difllonltles owing to Spanish hatred of Americans t h BRITISH LOSS TWO HUNDRED urther Inrtlenlnra of ilo r llio- Ilorrn Set n SuocomfBl Trnp fur Their Utteaiy London July l5Lod Hobcrta h conccin1agKltrnls IIi th pmtchort however show thjljf illIt ijjJIrIhehldhlg I wounded mid taken prisonslstrnl tUltialllJlbntfewervd The British fpughttstubtorniv II1l1tll nightfall when TthVwlry Bsreport of the engagement lnUc5s jB beritishIn tho Derdepoor affair h1 ro l In Lord KobertH dispatch the men in he front funk of the Iloerg1 Wtre J haki uniforms nnd helmets fetid 111eTen jmftsed them unsuHpootin Ily under the Impression tlint tl110 werp hussars The mlstnkotftlla nIIof optevhurry carajtoI t I font0ITe guns expelled from Uethlchiun hrloos Gen Clements antI Germ Pagphave nucirAbeenI to tho southward in the hills around lletlef N sk President Stern is re ported to bo with them lrAnother case of the leers wearinj nrId I happya+ IrthoI prised n picket of 25 men of the York shire light infantry 18 of whom a killed and wounded Ilrlvlne Out the Iloerii Wtpaor lrnnfI1aJ Tniy CTerys column which has movedre A crly is now camped here DiirhiK tho mnrch the mounted Infantry toga gevlthere CUplttlb I that this movement will clear the from Standorton to Jlridel erg as the troops found but one re mainlng laager from which the Iloera retired hurriedly POLITICALCONFERENCE The Membership of the hew lisps h liens National KxeetleC- onimlttoe I Cleveland 0 July HAn Inapt r I tant political conference nttcndrd pinbliren lenders wai held at Senator JInnnasII office here Friday The meeting was called by Mr Hanna to discus ii decide upon the personnel of tie ne executive committee und to W1 nr secretary of the notional cbnuuttea to DIojAtmr ennosh Oftenc1olen11ecauthel Q HenryPnynr la1JissourlcrScottGlbbF New York Franllln 0UarryJ fNewi ofChairman 1Jana SrctaryJPerry S heath Treasurer Cumuli ur N lUlu 13tI secretary of the national try rbli committee was received a1I11n IIPtIJ r 3i lleath wtU tenilcrJ M do resign tiou to thcpreslclent fn shoat a weok or tin dftys Myron T Herrick lis Onorg B fox awars tlrini11DECLINES TO ARBITRATE K The St Lout Transit Co IIrmalnIFirm s1Itnll50I St Louis July 16As a Union lino car on the Leo division fllrranltlion of 22d street and ltn men avers at 11 oclock at night tbe wheels Btrnck a charge of dynamite which exploded with terrific force The carJtwas blown from the track the floor ing and tides were runt nfluQdtr and all the windows demolished There were four passenger on theCI car two of whom Kdward lngll sit and Mollls Shire wire no halls in jurcd that they land to be taken to th city dispensary The others although badly shaken up wore obis to goCJ home The explosion was by far worst that has occurred on the Louis Transit COB line wince the ginning of the strike C4 TouIK July 17Attorney Le man for the St Louts Transit CJo IIHltCo Itt oballdifferences between it and itr tlJloThe St Louts Transit Co tiled in and returnstripsending June 30 lost showing the d Crease In the companyH harlot HitI of pcthrelt year before the ter strike HeMOSSSS3tlthree months tod IsonlyWorliln Ch rlit tin n linilenror London July 15fhenrld s pnwith11rA jcyV whet prnyermeetlnfrs tvc temheld hourly all day toro cengr gapu13 of Christian endeavor delegate ArleenthouofI I tae atlIIghtnlnEfJtoia kgHe1 rnlterriblyi i DROWNED IN A FLOOD j e Fifteen Persons Known to Have TexrIK Ilelleved That More lives tin t lleen Iont Alonu tin Caurre ur- I tint Creek In tine Vnllyl- lelow Ctileiiinn V Galveston tux JtUi 17A Olou burst occurred at Cofoinnn Tex an j inengcr reports indleutu that 15 lives dwerl lost In tho flood th thingI innn Cylittle girls vault having two on ii horse when all worn trashed aws bodies have been recovered al j mmroli is being made for otlivra Sjiath was one of the leading oUtt tho piano There hK + b Ivan tromondous rains rothronrhnut the vicinity or Cel i indurtwo days past and all tho atrea- e tarnetoverflowed The track of theI Colorado to Santa Fo rails ItMIdunder water nnd n large property has resulted from the storm It Is believed that several liven have loot along tho course sf tlr 10tJlUcreek in the valley helots Coleman AH soon ns tine news of the dlssst Coleman reached hero relief trains worn promptly dlsjiHtchcd to thatInplace but rating to the high artertlrlatrains were unable to riwch the scene of tho cloudburst Fo crook ereva t two miles wide anti Its water are mailing down tIle Riley at a hors rateAdvices 1rrntcurred Ip the mountnln north of which destroyed n mllroml bridge over the Gundalxpo drat as tltlaainundated many farmsthFIRE IN CHICAGO Seven Iernoun Inured One Intall fl fly FnlllMB Wnll l roiertr Iu fLOUlNnl Chicago July ITSeran person west Injured one fatally by talN lightning1lichlgan at fl The Injured ore rlretuan Itobert tgbtinfbyf story Cnjit Kraus ankle sprained Lieut Nolan shoulder bun falling walls Copt mt tin JoN of IVsdl atwnl hotly bruised MrsI Grave Gordon UIjOIIHGhOIJIlMich knocked down by fnlHng bricks one leg and one arm broken The fire Htnrtod In a broom cottinAnd spread rspNhy SadderSI the wall of thu burning building elapsed o fulling on an adjoining lUMlrda g inure No SIS Michigan street ushing the roof In Several flrem rnlYwere carried down with tine roof amitl a time it was believed a number erons had retlahtd Th Inmates the bnanllng loser were all rea dlfikoltyTho h500000 Henry Veheinoyer A Co facterrs putlmnte their low at 130000 and DrnptuaCo Curriers nt JMOOO j Tflne 1ernonii Injured Chicago July nNlno panens injured In n trolley nccfclentI e Cicoro and Proviso eleetrfn flit caused by rounding a torso nt fin speed The Injured are Mrs W twStarkParker Emma Janouiky Prank k James Pout and John 1ntrov all of Chicago The motor and one trailer were derailed ALotitapersons were aboard and the accii dent coaxed n panic among the pa Uelarrmrnt of Our War Ve nel Washington July 17Adrn Homey linn cabled to the Iluffalo now at Co Ceylon to proceed to Talc II The trip will take three weeks She hoe on board about 400 rash man to augment the naval force now in The Princeton inns sailed from HongKong to Amoy Sine inns bet te teIligoing from port to port along U- a Chinese const displaying the Ameril can flag and looking after tho Amenl B interests riStNew York July 7in the prellenceHe SgtraLre of Itraaklyhn defeated rne liuffalo the Itilil nntflif champion of the worM was n hurricane tight from bell to cur without n seconds let up In the round KrneH seconds seeing he WUB defeated threw up the sponge the light was given to McGovcrn inGullWashington July 17Cutl lull Uoston who wax temlerd the ap the pointment of first assistant posbmast general to succeed Perry ath Inns declined to accept the o for his 18IIntfJrrHtKreKilled Ily lllx llrotherlnLnw Chicago July 17 David Kelly for n cab drier was shot and In billed here by his brather i frlJawailfllndeCIIhegan Lake Sleumer Anliori Milwaukee Win July 17 heNewamer Thomas Maythnm Capt IIGtsrelCummings from Krie for Mllwati ran ashore in n fag about fn north of this city All on board go taken ofTdef PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION rteclproelty With Germany IJeclnreil Tho Articles In AVhleli n De duction In Mnrtc Washington July ISThe follow ing proolumatlon by tine proldent on the Gorman reciprocity agreement OhnspublicIUeclprooUy IJy the irosldcnt of tho United States of America A proclamation gocornmtntl11cient with the United States In con themI ird suction of the tariff net of tine United Status approved July 24 17which Dgrccnumt In life Judgment aridSfntdfavor of the products of the United StatelllaoilsPheroforn be It known that 1 William McKinley president of tv United Staten of America art Ing ur firs authority conferred by void of congromi do hereby ounpend ofItngreement the Imposition nnd bydiearticles hereinafter specified being products of the toll and Induntry planerthereof the rate of duty provided t the third section of raid not to IM forts and on and after the date of proclamation as follows namely Upon nrgals or rude tartar swine lees crude five percentum r lorem spiritKla manufactured or Unfilled from grain or other material one dollar an let gallonUponi calks M cents jwar gallon In bottles or jugs par case of one dozen bot or Jug containing inch not more an one quart and mere than one pint or twentyfour bottle or Jogs containing onch not more than one pint one dollar say twentyfive trot A per rune and any excess beyond these quantities found In such lhot flea or lugs shall be subject to o duty of Your cents per plM or irea eeparotaor additional duty tlinll be aaeeeea upon the bottles or Jugs Upon palntlnpt in oil or water color pastels Jtn nod Ink drawfnp and statuary fifteen percentum ud rnlorem StI tit Culled Stuttll will take dne notice In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and oauned the xoal of the United State to bo af fixedDone Wnllblngtontillono thoitMnd nine hundred and o- e Indopendonoe of the Unlt tates of America the one twentyfifth vVirUAM McKINLKY the president John fay Sec of State DEATHS SUMMONS Uiillert titntrm Srnalor Oeiir tbe Wet Known lawn NlnteBmitu tile of llrnrt Valium Washington July IS United States 11Io jSntnnlayHa waff In initial healtli up to 230 a Uoctorona bulbt Senator inns left onside his vdow o daughtorii Mrs J W Illythe wife of the principal attorney of th Chicago llurlington and Qulney railroad and Mrs utaprominatt business man both re siding In Ilurllngton Funeral serv oswill be n Wednesday Services are to behold here The news of Sonata Gears death wait n great shock to his personal and official friends In Wnnh ington by whom he was very highly regarded Secretary Wllion was in expressibly sleeked when the news was convoyed to lam AN ILLSHealth IlrMe nn iLlrnlrnnntQovernur ur la11 to Take 11111 Own Life Kmporia Knn July 16C V Esk dge editor of the Kmporia Itepub and former lieutenant governor Kancas rUed at hU hone in this city from the effects of selfinflicted pistol wounds Before htIled Mr Kskridge who had been ill with can of the liver for several months said he knew ho could not live nnd that he was tired of life Charles V Kskriclge was born 1 in Virginia In 1843 and came to Kansas 1855 He has been identified with clvldwar having representative In legislature from 1850 to 1802 and nSa j Jameflasses torn 1871 Since he has owned and edited tho 1 mjporn Itepubllcan one of the strongestt j publican ncwspnpcni in the state Walter C Hitler SRIIIIjj London July 1GUn boned the ashlern1 j Liverpool Suturdny are Walter Illlllcr wino has been appointed to the military authorities in I Foxhall Kccno and Rev Mon I Dix Jlol Humiell Will Rest York July 111J Sol Smith the popular actor who brokeII CLlcau C last spring and was obliged toIj I clops his reason prematurely hIUII toot to return to tin afar 1 HEALTHY WOMEN Mary J Ktned manager orJrmour t Coi Exhibit at tho Jranl Miesie ippi Kipootion d Omaha Neb writer ttli lnllnUtn nF Pruna tllAItoof ummer ca train known as- indlggetloni M i I a Kennedy iayirI found the continualthanAe of diet incidental to- eight rears traveling com mydIn coniultin several in In s t iiani ruled I- tsuyfarnl with eaUrrk of tileitonurkTheir i preecnptlonri not eem to kelp me say 10 tMu in S of eke re rnirkable Mirti rffettMt by tile UK of favors I dr ideit to try it and OM fownd tolf wall re- IdI Mare MW wed PeruM for about Ianaroalke and teal- cotapletety re jjunatttl J beicrr I am perrraeatlp eureU and do not hesitate to gin rrrttaled- It pimiie to roarrreat remedy Perua antsChNlicthe itoHMcli lid liver tbinl iuipur blood Surh hemg the air enroae xkc bow ostaterofar isderadieate chronic eaurrb frotijlhe svteat Invigorating the stomach and liver return the Wood of all imiHiritit and therearo- d I milidirabrceulurtonkotkiceotbaripjre I ddI t but OHIO MURPHY WAS MUCH PUZZLED He J4arraed to Uhl fatltartory An earn to the Uoe lur lIunrII Oat of the Nrtr York rnuroeritor BrAt in au oW Inihmao xbo had his MIM Mur phy ebtlkr4 Yea hn dear Hv mi w y beendlevertl1 ttntuMi-M Tb rioMiT be aclaimeduspkious Ir Ibwat u utV i toW him that it was a rtoin of the tribe of Murphyi in the United Statei tbit was beta prepared for the government where it he was greatly flattered and waited to ttell me bu family history II far back at bo knew it JIll memory however was defect j ttve eipecully as to date The year ur roe Uirrtb be repeatedrocratehmg biN bead Surf an 1 Mil t know at allI at all Then sifts reflerting awbio be brightened up and i+W Sure an it Hue the year the telfailed in Iretaad Wa it in J1r I + uIIJIte4 at a ten turf He looked to Ue about 00 retmu ge Mirat r see Grecley was mama for priiWenl at the tolme be raid w cA oar After upper be procured bit wifei beet cletbeiline from the leek ihed fiiteaedone tml of it to bit Ft Bernard ertar and tbo stirs to the handle Ur of his lIrffjvic Then he went out into the middle of the toed sad mouolntor about four rods that It Yatrl- he 1 t St Ikrnunlespied ft same friend the teniation was dreamlike after that it be came one horrible nightmare In detpera ties the rider eluirbed bamOe bars bask jnedalCd and fairly hW d until at fast beI wme rallkicn Iy cool a all to the day j stop It +leltlssd III riah bat tit wheel hael moths u silt It went OA IIIIit Mraek the dig ami4tbrpe tken it rose ta tine air tending ate nder toward ctowdlaad lib1 head tried eoncl +ion+ with tb ewrb and when they brought bra le W u arjreJ tin wife never to do it jIIIDVctrel u J Prfo Prett A boy in the family alwayi1 coma in handy ererAtchison alt be Painful Periods ors ovmroomm liytytff E Plnkhmmm Vmgutaislm Compound Fifty thousand happy women tmttlfy to this lit grateful litters to Mrs Plnkham Menstruation Is a severe strain on a wo mans vitality If It Is painful something Is wrong which IlLYcfIa Eo Ptekhawi Vegetable Compound If willpromptly set right It excessive or Irregular writ to Mrs Pinkhanr Lynn Mass foradvice Evidence abounds that Mrs Plnkhams advice and medlolne haVe for many years been helping women to be strong No other advice Is so un varyingly aoourate no other medicine has such a rsaorfl ofour Everybody enjoys custard made from llurnhams Cream Custard Just dissolve in hot milk sad set awry to harden Indorsed by puyii cinns an a healthful and nutritious food for Children and Invalids All Grocers are giv ing a lUc package free to a purclmier eta package of Ilunilmme hasty Jcllycon thi fintiit Jelly oreoaratlon Order todav 0 ii FiTZ L t I I 1111 tI 1 TIE ALLIES REPULSED lio Combined Forces Made an Attack on the Chinese at TienTsin July m Anions tho Slain Were Col Llscum of tho Uth Infantry and Unlit Davis of Marino Corps Other American Wero Killed and Wounded The Ituulan UnRlUU and Japanese Troop Lost several OHiaeri Waihlngton July nlhe navy de partment Monday morning received 4 fllalal uonllnnatlan from Adm Ilcmey of the cvcrsos of the allied force at IlonTnln on the morning of the 13th Tho dUpatch IU eluted ChcFoo July 10 and eayet- ltoported that allied forcos at tacked native city morning 13th Rus atnlls right with United State Oth Infantry mud merino on the loft Lokgo nllled forces large Russians 108 Inaludlng artillery colonel linert1 iBnnn over 30 British over 10 Japan 5s including colonel French 23 Col LUoiim 8th Infantry killed nteo Capt Davis marine corps Copt iMJntley Lieut Holler and Ixjonnnl wounded At 7 evening allied attack greattwatIto tRKMKYAjndon News print a dispatch dated at Shnghai Monday gulag a detailed no f dbiuit of the attack of the allied a fcnTlnai TloiiTsln July 13 via ChoFoo July and Shanghai July 10 Awarding to the livening Sew dls patch the allies wore repulsed1 and compelled to retreat with u loan of wore than 100 killed the llrltUh ton IllS 40 and the Japanese 00 The I 1lmnerleana and RiiMdtans it Iis added oleo iwiTered heavilyI Among the AiH r1aan killed were Col French of the ttth Infantry and Col Ucum t Of the Oth infantry A IlHMian col onel of artillery +raa the killed TimI dispatch adds that the China won fought with great desperation and their markmannhlp Will accurate and deadlyh The Japanese officers are still oon fident of their alilllty to reach Pe klHg before the roads become lmpa s ablo hilt the HtirojKxin commanders impoeulilebeforeFighting IIn said to be imminent at 3ftw Chwnng where the Jloxcm are tlinmtcntng the foreign settlement Tiie Russians have barricaded the t188141 and loopholed the houses of r tits ronrigncra The hankers lime rev movedI thcirvnluablos to Tort Arthur Perhaps the most serious among the ninny reports from Shanghai IIs the rumor that since the maiuuicre at Pc king lire Chinese regiment have been I onJorcd south with Instructions to make Chlng Hang Po at the head of I tho Grand canal the objective point for the southward extension of the Iktxcr movement grantxitale Chinese crisis is settled Ireat Britain will retain the right to nomi nate the inspector of Chinese cus tomVanhington July nCol Emerson Jl llMMim of the Oth infantry who was killed1 at TlenTsin was one of the nut gallant of the old civil war veteran in the service At the out brook of that war ho volunteered na- n corporal in Company It of the lilt Vermont Infantry Inning been born In Vermont lie was roistered out of the volunteers In August 1SGI and InmitriHutcly entered thoregular army as n private In the 13th Infantry Pro mutton was rapid In his case and he motivedl his first commission In the regular army ax u second lieutenant in January 1M3 lie WAS ttransferred to the 30th in fmtf ry In 1860 anti later became cap tuK mid bocamo colonel of tho Oth Infantry on April 23 1609 He was brtvotwl a captain in 1801 for gallant fiorvlea In the battle of Bet h 111 1 Cliureh and in tho campaign before Richmond Va Col Llscum was In the Sautlago ORmpuIgn with time Oth infantry null was badly wounded at thr battle of San Juan hill Tho war department hind taken note of his Jiplendld service there and his name was to have been presented at the next iowlon of congress for promotion to tho rank of brigadier general dipt Austin U Davis United Slates marine corps also killed wits nun the of Georgia He entered tho ma nuns corps an n second lieutenant on July 1 1801 Ho went out to tho Philippines In April 1809 In charge of the marlnwt who took over the Cnvito naval station from the military brunch Hbi commission as captain in tho marine corps Is dated March 3 18D9 Tho report that Col French 23th Infantry WOB killed at Tlenfsn snot understood at the war department huro OllioloU state positively that Col Frcnah In not in Chinn There Is but ono Col French In tho service and ho commands the 22nd Infantry two battalions of which arc in tho Philippines std tho third one in thin country On Juno 30 Col French was in Now York on sick leave ALL FOREIGNERS DEAD lien ICIIIiMl Women nod Children llnther Than Unve Them 1all lulu thn llund of the lloxcn Sh mnghalJulyt is reported here that after the Europeans In Pe king had made n last endeavor tc break through the Chinese lines and lulled the men killed the women mid children rather than have them fall Into tho hnnda of the Boxers Some of tho women it la staled tool poi son as they believed that death was certain and that they would suffer the tortures which were inflicted upon the wife of M De Hers the Itunslun minister whoso body was frightfully mutilated For days the little band of foreign ers had held out hgalnst overwhelm ing odds and on the morning of July G n final rush was made In an effort to break through the Chinese lines and escape They were driven back however by the thousands of Chinese who surrounded the legations Death in Its most horrible form nwnled then It IsI then It Is said that some of the women took poison Time mtn then shot thick wives and children All met death bravely They were re signed to their fate To hold out longer in the face of overwhelming odds was impossible It was certain tint the mob of fanatics hammcnuf at the gates would noon be upon them and they would be tortured to death Hardly had tho women and chll lui Leen killed when the Chinese maJ a comblnct attack and after a short limit fierce lmnd to hand fight all the foreigners were put to the sword Prince Tunn It Is reported was no angry because he failed to capture any of tho women that he ordered his troops to sack the quarters of tho na tive Christians Here the bloody scenes enacted at the legations were repeated Thousands were killed and their bodies horribly mutilated Time streets around the legations and In tho native Christians quarters liter ally ran with blood Shanghai July lGAn official tele gram was received Sunday night from time governor of Shan rung stilting that a broach was made In the wnll of the llrltUh legation at Peking after a gallant defense and when nil the ammunition had given out All for eigners were killed TO PREVENT AN OUTBREAK Xo Msaere of Chinese Mut Orcar In fee tn1 1 nl Mfcile Prompt and stern lleaiam Washington July 17The govern meat here line taken note of the ef forts made In sonic quarters to stir up agitation against the peaceful Chi lose In the United States It feels it IIs Imperatively necessary to use the entire resources of tho government to suppress any movement that would jeopardize their safety Anything like a massacre of Chinese In the Uni ted Htatcx would wreck time whole ease of the United States government In tho settlement which must conic of this Chinese trouble Our govern ment could not demand reparation or Indemnity from Chinn for whatever happens at Peking or elsewhere In China If the Chinese government through the violence of our people were put In position to claim a setoff growing out of violence shown its people In the United States There fore steps have been taken already to have the authorities in localities where there may be danger of anti Chinese outbreaks prepare for the promptest and most stern repressive measures at the first symptom of trouble And It may be stated there will be no halting In the use of the Federal troops for such purposes If they are called for by the state offi cials While the state department has not made public these facts It has received most rcvoltftig details of n terrible International tragedyl at Pe king nnd Is proceeding to take action accordingly It is easy to understand why this Information Is not at once made public when one remembers the large colonies of Chinese residents in the Pacific coast cities and the ancient grudge which workingmen of that see lion have ever borne then Advices of n very alarming charac ter were received Friday and Saturday by Secretaries Hay and Root saying that tho anti Clminese feeling In San Francisco Is HO strong that there ore fears of nn outbreak against the Celestials Thcso advices have come by mall and wire Mnrlnrn for the Par Unit Washington July 17Gen Hey wood commandant of time marine corps IIs arranging for the mobiliza tion of another battalion of marines for tic tar oust ahoy will leave San Francisco as soon an transportation can be arranged probably about Au gust 1 The battalion will bo com posed of ono company of marines from IJonton one from New York and two truism the marine barracks in this I city The present intention Is to send the battalion direct to Manna but they may be diverted to China for service there Chance Petitioner Killed Washington July 17An unofficial report has come to the attention of tho Chinese officials to time effect that JOOO Chinese ofllclals at Peking pe titioned Prince Tuiin to protect the foreigners whereupon Prlnco maim ordered nil those who united in the pc titian to be killed Seymour Killed III Wounded London July IV Dispatches from Shnnghul say that in the recent rev treat of the Peking relief expedition slim Seymour hud to kill his own wounded to prevent them from becoming vlctlniH of tilt tortures of the Chinese Stimulioil of nilplno Cavalry Washington July 17 Seurctnrj Root has received from Maj Gen Mae Arthur tho orders under which a squadron of Filipino cavalry was or gnnizcd in Manila for service against tlio Insurgents CALEB POWERS TRIAL rThe Bullet That is Supposed to Have Killed Goebel Exhibited jnI Court VllnrllI Testify to the sappeatd Course of the Deadly MU Ite Upn Llllurd on the Stand Georgetown Ky July HWhen time formation of a Jury to try the Powers case was resumed Friday mornlng there were eight accepted jurors In the box and three seated subject to challenge The completed jury stands W O Tinder farmer Drown A W Craig merchant Oocbcl W P Munson farmer Oocbel W II Oldham mer chant Gocbcl George Murphy farmer Goebel J C Porter farmer republican Alonzo Kcmper farmer Brown n E Ford farmer Goebel doubtful J P Crosswalte carpen ter Goebel J T Mulberry blacksmith Goebel Harris Mussclnian farmer Gocbcl Col Campbell stated tho case for time prosecution lie reviewed the politi cal events of last fall and especially the events following the election and the Instituting of contests by time democratic candidates for state of Aces Ho said that Caleb Powers was most aggressive among those who sought to settle the contest by rio hence and that to him largely was due the Importation of mountain fcuillsts to Frankfurt During Surveyor Woodsons testi mommy he produced the chip cut from the hackbeiry tree In the state house yard The chip contains tho steel bul lot which Is Supposed to have passed1 through the body of Mr Goebel Mr Vood on lad not completed his testi mony when court adjourned Georgetown Ky July 15Sttlur day Mend Voodoon county surveyor of Franklin county and the civil on gineer who made the measurements was on the stand for over two hour lie hind with him profile drawings diagrams and a block of wood taken from n tree in the state house yard which was supposed to contain the fatal bullet The defense undertook to show that the surveyor sad not been nuftlelenily mcot tiIills micas urement from the supposed point of entrance of bullet Into the tree to prove that the shot was fired front the window of the fcccretarj of states ofllcc lie left the stand al 1115At the request of the prosecution Mr Wodson after leaving the stand removed1 the bullet from the block ol wood when It had lain undisturbed marklnEIlforsail lawyers all examined It wJihjA terest Apparently the prisoner ai Arthur Goebel the brother of Wil liam Goeb l paid less attention to tin ball than once of the attorneys Clothes hat Goebel wore on the fn tel theywas brought In at 030 by two colored porters and placed in the anteroom adjoining the main court room Warden Kph Llllnrd of Frankfort prison n close friend of deceased was next called lie accompanied Mr Goebel to the stttc house on the morning of murded and left him just before the shot was fired Georgetown Ky July 17The trial of former Secretary of State Ca lob Powers charged with being accessory to the Gocbcl murder was re sumed at 030 On motion of the prosecution a sub poena duccu tecu in was awarded requiring James Kgglcston of Frankfort to bring in to court the railroad register showing the time of arrival and departure of trains at Frankfort the day of the assassination The pir pose of this Is to contradict the claim of the defense that Jim Howard who U alleged to have tired the shot arrived after the assassination A letter signed by Caleb Powers In which this oxprcHxion Will used i 1 have hind a hard time petting Taylor and others to start but they arc nIl right now and this thing will son end was flied anti made a prrt of the record Mrs Anderson reiterated her state ment made on Saturday that many of the telegrams on file In her office for tie months of January nUll Februany hail been tampered with The defense objected to introduction of several tolcgraniH as evidence because they were only copies rhino objection vat overruled Tho first telegrams rend were from Powers to the various cap talus charged with the business of get ting up the excursion of mountain men to go to Frankfort anti most of then rend How ninny can you insure from your county Wire immediately Signed C POWERS The defense filed a formal objection to their competency as avldencc Nothing new wax brought out in the testimony of Mr Anderson Henry Kelly manager of The Pos tal Telegraph office at Frankfort was next Introduced to prove telegrams sent through the tunkfort office Krult Ilnnncn nurnril Newcastle Cal July to 11 re de fctroycd nil tho fruit houses nUll lend Ing business houses of the town The total loss will exceed 100000 OUT 10000 boxes of fruit wore burned timeImonviosti 1ltl Meet In Ohntlnnooun Chattanooga Tenn July 15It Is ofliclnlly announced that the organiza SpanlshAmorkunWar tlonal encampment la this city Oc tuber 1112 i It DROUTH IN ARIZONA Cattle Are Uylne by the Thousand The Ills and Snit Hirer Gone Dry HReportsfromArizona are to the effect that every water hole and most of the holes have pone dry In consequence cattle ore dying by the thousands and their shrunken frames dot tho desert country of Pima Final Santa Cruz Yuma IochUe and ports of Maricopa coun ties The loss to owners of herds can not be commuted win their pres eat gaunt condition no market can be found Rarely in the history of the territory hits tho water In the Olin naif Salt river been so scares Not a drop is reported In the Olla and there Iis none in the San Pedro from Benson to its confluence with tho Salt river above Phoenix- At Casa Grande the immense reser voir is dry the supply having long since been exhausted Crops of al falfa barley nail wheat between Flor ence and Casa Grande as well as on the Indian reservation at SactonI beyondhopeitructlon of timber by tho forest ares which continue to rage In thoI Santa Catalina mountains ON TO PEKING ORDER All Oar Soldiers In Cuba lave Urea Ordered to Return to the United States at Once Washington July HTo add em phasis to the suggestion made to Min later Wu that the Chinese govern meat allow our minister to communi tate at once with Washington and also to lay stress upon the policy of Secretary Hay of On to Peking Secretary of War Root has Issued the most sweeping order affecting troops that has gone out since the trouble la China began Every regiment of infantry cavalry and artillery in Cu ba has been ordered to return to the United States at once Only seven battalions of artillery will remain on the island five at Havana one at Santiago and one at sonic southern port of the island probably Clcnftiegoa Every 9 t1eoldTer Is +vlthdrawn without delay These four batteries 1i1ie1 the island In order to permit th landing of transports in case of trent In Cuba whfth make It imper ative to send back troops to supprea- insurrections or support Gov Gen Wood There are at present only two infantry regiments remaining in Cu bathe first with headquarters at Knar del Rio and time tenth with headquarters at Mantanzas CAMPS THEey nave Brett Ordered to Be Pati la Condition for the Accommo dation of 8000 Men San Francisco July 14 Ordersi have come for the camps at the Pre sidio to be put in order for 5000 men This will require but a short time as all the fixtures of last years camps remained standing Already rcpai have progressed so rapidly that 3000 can be accommodated In addition t the headquarters band and the firstl battalion of the 15 infantry to sailI on the Sumner ICO recndts havo bee e assigned to the transports Thes will go to join regiments in Manila A pack train of 100 mules was shippedi to Seattle Friday for transportation to China Tho quartermaster depart ment is also buying a large number of cavalry horses- AWAITING1 THE NEELY CASE Rathhone Will Not Be Arrested Jail Yet but Ills Ilondimen Will De Sued I Havana July ItCie fiscal say a that former Director General of Posts E G Rathbonc will not be arrester until nil the papers in the Ncely case shall have been received from Wash ington and that the only absolutely incriminating charge certain is that1 of the misappropriation of 1000 lie also says that a civil suit for more than 35000 will be InstitutedI against Rathbonos bondsmen but asI Rutlibonc Is already held ns a witness he thinks It better to await the devel opments of the Nccly case in order t- see 0 If the slain of Deputy Auditor Reeves that Rathbone received 13000i can he sustained SprlnK Wheat Injured Minneapolis Minn July HH V Jones In a conservative review of tile crop situation in the northwest says that after a personal inspection ofI the fields the yield of wheat in the three spring wheat states of Minne sota and North and South Dakota willII at time very least reach 13500000C bushels ns ngalnst 210000000 bushel last year and that with favorable weather during the ensuing lour weeks the yield will reach 150000000 bushels This is the highest estimate yet mantle Mr Jones maintains that1 tam soaking rains of the first days oif duly havo worked wonders Knnnan Corn Crop Ruined Kansas City Mo July 14 Kansaj corn Is being ruined by drought Re ports received by local grain men from the biggest corn counties In th state Jewel Republic Smith Phil IlJl1 Jlitchcll Cloud Clay Dickinson lasso nnd some others say the cror Is half destroyed already and will br almost completely ruined If rains ik hot come In the next few days Then has been but little rain over tho see Jtiqn named for from three to four Weeks nnd during this time tht vwcathep has bra rJUremcly hot 11 t4i1 Io KCCI K cSMcfJf- iScU STATE ODDS AND ENDS I t 1+b 13li M1 ir1LrA33 131k1133 3d13k 3131 9x13xt V REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Everything Will Be Done Cnaal uonily at the Coming Meeting la Louisville Louisville Ky July 10 According to what the lenders say everything will be done unanimously at the republican state convention which will meet here at the Auditorium at 2 p m Tuesday to nominate a candidate for governor KxLIcut Gov John Marshall will be temporary chairman und will deliver a speech in which he will set forth at some length the re publican side of the events in Kentucky politics following the last stain election Mr Marshall was elected lieutenant governor on the ticket with W S Taylor and was unseated la fa vor of the present governor J W C lieckham who lord second place OB the ticket with William Gocbcl Either T Z Morrow of Somerset or Judge John W Barr of Louisville will be permanent chairman HxGov W O Bradley will place in nomina tion for governor John W Yerkes of Danville who will be unanimously nominated Gov Bradley is expected to speak at considerable length The republicans propose to make this convention a republican ratifica lion meeting It is expected to at tract large crowds of republicans In addition to the delegates and anti Goebel democrats will be admitted without credentials It is the present plan that the platform shall indorse the Philadelphia convention and its nominees anti then contain only one plank and this the republicans de scribe as antlGoebclism Cow Wrecks a Traps Lexington Ky July 16 There was a wreck on the Q d C road at Green dale six miles from Lexington early Sunday morning A cow ran In front of the engine of a doubleheader freight and der lcd the engine and l5 freight cars which rolled downq a 12 foot embankment and were almost totally destroyed Both engines were Injyjrd 6ric turned entirely over on josltioncThose Injured were Clifton Stout a 13 ycnr old boy seriously Engineer LanagansIat Hannon and Ed Norman slightly bruised Deadlock Broken Paris Ky July 13The democratic congressional convention finished It labors and adjourned after 39 ballot hud been taken each resulting in 25 for Allen nnd 28 for Moody Col Al- Ien through a delegate from Fayctt moved that the nomination of M rj Moody be made unanimous This men done and 3fr Jfoody twos Jecfart3 democratic candidate from time Ash ana district for congress A boltinf convention having previously declare- South Trimble the nominee there + ill1 undoubtedly be a lively fight in the old Ashland dlatrlciN nSaved lly a Button GGrantt1cents he loaned him some time ago asestarted on Haggard then drew his pistol and fired The ball struck a button on the waistband of Smiths pants nand planned upward inflicting 3 slight wound near the spine nut for the button Smith undoubtedly would have been killed Goebel Election Law Missing 1ranklort Ky July 15TJle vol ume of enrolled bills enacted into laws at the 1SOS session of the Kentucky legislature is missing from the oflicc of the secretary of state here Among the bills contained in it is the official copof the statute known as 1the Gocbcl election law It is thought the volume was carried away during the occupancy of the state capital buildings by the soldiers after the shooting of Senator Goebel Merry Howard Well Guarded Lexington Ky July IS County Surveyor Newman who has just re turned from n business trip in Bell county says Berry Howard wanted on the charge of complicity in the assassination of Wm Goebel is heavi Ily armed at his home there He says Howard has been with a surveying party in which there was also n dep uty sheriff but Howard is heavily armed and accompanied by men em ployed to protect him CnnrdlnK an Important Witness Frankfort Ky July 15Robert Noaks the Virginia suspect In the Gocbcl murder case has been brought back here from Georgetown where he was taken as n witness and will not bo again taken there until thin prosecution is ready to place him on the witness stand Becaifso of the sensational stories printed regarding what lie would testify it was thought by the officials that he would bo safer here Itrrcklnrlilgn Not A Candidate Lexington Ky July 15Col W C P Brcckinridge who has been men tioned ns a probable fusion candidate andtbolting democrats for congress said I do not want the seat in congress I am too busy to fool with congres ilonal races Got Jewelry Only Former Ky July lThe post of flee was broken into during the night The rohbcr8 took n showcase and jewelry yfllued nt 100 Nothing else was distulbedand there la no clew A DANGEROUS BUG it Ito site Caused the Death of a Rocft castle County Farmer Other I Were IJItten Mt Vernon Ky July 13Henryff Brannamou a reputable farmer and others of the Wildie neighborhood seven miles east of this place bring in the report that Sam Cope aged IE years died Sunday from tho effect of the bite of n bug or insect Hs was bitten on the lip one day last week and it began to swell lilt + r whole face swelled to enormous pro portions and parts of It sloughed oft i before he died Mrs Robert Cook Bozio Phllllpi and four others arc suffering from a It similar of action Two of the sup posed Insects have been captured They are about two inches long with n body shaped like a wasp and have a double set of wingsii VAGRANCY LAW VOID s 1 A Kentucky Measure Providing tot Innlnbincnt Akin to Slavery Pronounced Unconstitutional Somerset Ky July HTho va grancy law was declared unconstitu1ttional in the Pulaski circuit court Josh Jones stood indicted underDhell vagrancy paw and when the case was I called for trial a demurrer was envii tered by his counsel upon the ground that thin law was unconstitutional Circuit Judge T Z Morrow in pass Ing upon the question said This law to my mind materially conflicts with both the letter and the spirit of the constitution which by the thin teenth amendment prohibits slavery and involuntary servitude except as a punishment for crime upon conviction byi due process of law Flaje Y1U Return to Kentucky Indianapolisl Ind July 15 Charles Finley ex secretary of iftate of Kentucky said that he intends to go back to Kentucky to stand trial for com plicity In the murder of Wm GoebeL I should like to go next week bit said My only pltm for the future Is to return to Kentucky to g T through the form of a trial Just as soon as 1 am satisfied that the rancor of our opponca hoddied down I shall return I suppose I shall havo to be guided by general observation In deciding that but knowing myself notsbear the thought of allowing such an Imputation as has been made against me to stand QQV Taylor feels just u I do yti CaltlemaunWtei gut AopcllateeI Judge DurcIIe handed down an opin ion here refusing to dissolve the in Castlednan against the board of aldermen i to prevent an impeachment trial oa charges of malfeasance It was sought to remove Gon Cgstleiyon rora this board of park commissioners on the ground that he holds other offices it also In violation of the city charter The Unlucky Nantbcra Georgetown Ky July IGThe SU4 perstitious ones have begun to predict bad luck for Caleb Powers be cause his trial practically began on Friday the 13th of the month They say further that the unlucky 13 Is following Powers as he was nominat ed Inst lear oil July 13 and that 13 I people havo been indicted for the conspiracy including Powers 9farrled In a Danny Bowling Green Ky July 13Robt y L Chancy and Miss Alice A Sawyer both of Rockticld this county drove to the city and were married in front of the courthouse by a Cumberland Presbyterian minister while theysat In their buggy They were accom panied by a number of friends who witnessed the ceremony from their l vehicle Impeachment Proceeding Henderson Ky July 13 Impeach meat proceedings against Chief sot Pollee W H Hinds were begun by the city council Hinds is charged with giving city pauper orders to a local grocer for application on his indi vidual account Orders were retained by the grocer and credit refused Sweetheart Hetrnyrd Him Louisville Ky July HAfter being at liberty ten years Luther Dai ley colored was lodged In the county jail here to answer for the murder of Worthington Barrett colored In July 1S90 Bailey would be free if It had not been that his sweetheart Inadvertently betrayed himmlixConitrrnnniun Owens Injured Georgetown Ky July 14Ex Can gressman W C Owens of the defenre in the Powers case was severely In jured by falling over an embankment in trying to avoid nn approaching street car lie was also utniok by the car nnd Ills injuries are such that ho will be laid up for some tinetlioulttvlllo horse Show 1ii Louisville Ky July l1itho Loops villa Horse Show association organ ized for tho purpose of giving a horse chow here this fall was Incorporated with n capital stock of 12 500 In connection with tho showJplans are acing formed to have a sula every day a Drawn Into a Threshertt Hopkinsvllle Ky July 15mesG Edwards n Klrkmansvlllc planter was feeding a threshing machine when his clothes caught in the cyllM der and he was fatally mangled J x v f J f i f THE HICKMAN COURIER taorge Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JULY 2011900 TilE Republican platform is autlGoe belism whatever they moan by that Only this and nothing more ttttTilE cartoonists have about worn the hide off the Democratic donkey and the cross marks off Hauuaa dollar sign ttttTilE Republicans are clamorous for the issues of 1890 Tits is 1900 nut1 their President line made a record since 1690 ttttTim Chinese horrors grow apace It is going to require serious work to so cure reparation from the fanatical Ori entals ttttTilE Democrats split in the AshlandI District and have two nominees for Congress This insures the election o the Republican TTTt ADMIRAL DE1a EY thinks that BranI will win this fall anti Republican IlitI or Kohlsaat thinks that ho will at least carry New York ttttTilE battle ground ot the National campaign will be the States of Ken C tlcky New Yorl Ohio Indiana l11i cols and West Virginiatttt L W HAHERCOM chief of the Ropnb heap German Press Bureau has tender I Iedhis resignation because of his oppo to tho imperialistic policy of the Administrationfitttt l SECRETARY ROOT says that Cuban an vexation is not imminent He holds that independence must be granted first and the question of annexation left for of the Cubans to decidetttt TilE Republican headquarters will be opened in New York Oily July 25th and then the Presidential campaign may be said to be In full blast The Demo crate open in Chicago August 1st 1 ttttTHIS is a fine chance for the liar China South Africa thePhilippines and I I the Presidential campaign give him a variety of chances while of course lie can always fall back on the weather ttttss THE campaign has hardly progressed far enough to say what + tho para i jnonntJ88ne but frpuv nil we can f TeSraTatSjussioua of the money ques tion fall upon empty benches WetIf 1 j althinkparamount issue ttttTHERE are already nino presidential w tickets In the field Mr Bryan heading three of them The gold Democrats are to meet in convention in Indianapolis on July 24th but it is doubtful if lstheyput up a ticket They will prob alily simply realllnn their nllegience to sound money and adjourn ttttGEORGE MILLS a Kansas farmer has been declared insane having lost bis t mind because he could not get hands to haryeat his big wheat crop In Kansas they are even committing such an out it rage on freeborn Americans as to force tramps at tho muzzles of shot guns to work in tho wheat fields at 250 a day anti boardI j tttt MUCH is being said about the Repnb atrengthonelCby tho nomination of Roosefelt It is history however that McKinley carried I New York by 2C840 plurality in 189t ant that in 1898 Mr Roosefelt fresh from San Juan hill with all his military laurels just won only carrie- it j by n plurality of 17780 Tho Rough j Rider enthusiasm was of course much t stronger then than it is now or will be next November j I tttt i Tim State Board of Equalization fin j t tailed its work last week and filed tho report with Auditor Coulter showing t that the total value of property assessed t In the Stato is 5748G7OG4 which will j produce 2730822 ir taxes Owing to the failure of assessors to make the as sessment about 812000000 worth o M stock in national banks escaped tarn tion this year the decision of the Su I premo Court making it tho duty of thot owner of the stock to list it for taxation I TIE Me CHORD HILL UNCONSTITU t tTi Judge Walter Evans has decided that the McObord law for the regulation of railroads rates is unconstitutional Hot I nndIIatconsidering tho only modes by which iit can be put in operation tho court is ofr tho opinion that these modes are not duo processes of law and that Its enforcement j would deprive the railroa- company of tho constitutional guaran tee of its rights secured by the fourteenth Amendment LOCAL NEWS= =The telephone girl is governed bring rule Thu season for white drowns piumi Il lemonade and too cream is now In fu blast The Clinton Democrats guess on the Hiolcman county wheat crop for this year is from 700000 to 800000 bushI els JOpYos certainly we have Wall Pa beautifmTineWILSONS BOOK STOKE The trial of Hez Grogair for killing Louis DeMoutconrt is infprogreKS at Oaruthersvillo Mo Mr Thos Bullock of Clinton is one of Grogans Iuwe The Union City school hoard 1ms ellCted Prof rnwwT superintendent the city schools for the ensuing ycit The Professor is n well known ashvllle educator When tho trump onus for n hand out this summer tell him to go to Kiln sus whore several thousand men whoi uro willing to work ore wanted at i 1 per day to secure tho big wieut crop WANTED Capable ladyor gentlemen for j ennnnent traveling position i copfiI Bardwell Ky Tho city hydrants in Fulton byjeo ommendution of the Hoardof Health a are flushed three times n week Turn onf r the hydrants The natural drainage of Hioknmn nborgntestho necessity of such sanitary work but thero taro localities iin town where it would bo well to olwerve the same order There iis an interesting meeting iin progress at Mt Mormon Good con ro gations and good singing Elder Har deman is doing some fine preaching Services at 11 a m and at night The IImeetingi fr the interest continues as at present Ev erybody cordially invited to attend th reaching and enjoy the hospitality err tho members The Fulton Leader says that u young by tho name of Ross from May j eld was arrested there last week on thej charge of stealing a horse but was released on account of witnesses failing t jI upiHur against him He is believed toI boot unsound mind as it iis said ho conducted himself in a very queer manner He claims to bo from Paducah the homej his parents The Hendricks big 4 Orchestra colored will give a musical concert at City Hall tonight at tho special request and for the special attendance of the white people Those who have heard them praise their entertainment as high class vocalI and instrumental music AH lovers of music and good singing will enjoy the evening A grand negro cakewalk will be introduced Cut Prices I will cut the prices on all my Summer Dry Goods This iis a good chance to buy good Goods cheap Call on me 713 2t H C AMBERO People who suffer from biliousness an exchange should avoid all stone fruits as they will prove injurious Dyspeptics and those who sulfur tram con stipbtion j should cat tomatoes figs andI all seed fruits figH in particular being very beneficial Apples supply food for nerves and muscles plums for braini nerves and oranges are excellent n times except when too liver iis out o order Two of the WioklilTe train robbers ere traced to Hickman lost Wednesday and hero they left their skill and took the train to SL Louts Detective Murray followed J4iem hero but too late Marshal Dillon saw the two robbers and afterwards clearly identified them from the detectives description Tho robbers took supper at tho Laclede at the same table with Dillon but of course nt tho time our worthy Marshal had no know1 edge who they were onlorprislag1 1f KteulinJrjewelrylots she wonld go to Now York and get married wasi as apparently ingenuous as was novel She informed tho court that a young man in Now York hud ex pressed n willingness to make her his wife and pointed out not without logical reasoning that a term in jail wouldjI seriously interfere with her matrimonialII prospects Tho decision of tho court Inn not yet been handed down so it is not possible to tell the effect of the youngr womans proposition dwellinghouKOHerman neighborhood while tho family wore ell at church Sunday night A window sash was broken out to effect u entrance Nothing was stolen but 1t nextdL morning utter Mr Robinsons bloodI hounds It was late when they tot there und was so dry and dusty that tho hounds could not keep the trail in the dusty road Some of the citizens have joined a vigilance committee und tho next scoundrel who commits a similar act will bo caught as they will telephone to Mr Robinson and have his hounds on tho truck within 2 hours aft r the die covery of the theft These uro the cel cbruted blood hounds that trailed tho won to the MississippiI River who robed tho I C Railroad at Wiokliffo lust week und led to their capture STATE LlaE ITEMS OityIsitedr Miss Lottie Graves is visiting relatives in Lynnvilli Tenn Rev Uurdeinan of Hondursou Tennis conducting u revival at tho Christian churchProf visItingIrIendsMessrs Clarence Henry Will Bacon rand Curtis Henry wont to Fulton Tucs day tProf D L Lucy of Ward Seminar Nashville was hero Wednesday In the interest of his school Burglars entered tho residence of Mr T M Rico Sunday night while his tam ily wero at Church und stole u few valuedThreshing is progressing slowly an wheat is damaged on account of so muc ruin though tho yield is fuirly good xgcx The Hickman and Piptoft hv Loveo i1Il dohetnu of improvcinonts this ijiir I the building of n levee tycnij iniliw long from Hickmau Ky to Htgli Ridge at Tiptouvillo Touu TliQ par IKMC of tho lovtw in to clcwo tho giip be1 tweeu tussles two high bluffs ritulovO nlwill extend two million cubiuyardg hud will cost upproximntPly ar 0006 Tin local soars has already axpouded B160 WO Otipt Winslow will ask the slues issippi river commission for Federal alu Oxmtends for five miles in TMMIUSUUU nns- rf for tlftcfln miles in Kent uek I IPlutocracy and InipiTlnllsm The Kansas City platform fnll vre cognize tliB foot that thin battle of tit people of 1100 M to be fought on Hnos different from those which dlvldcil tin parties in 1890 Tho world has movedt in thoso past four years The Republic which was founded on tho right of in dependence and selfgovernment has been shaken to Its very base by thre lItlllrhajraiscd its threatening head The snpr niacy of tho constitution liua beau denied by the Republican mnjoiity in Congress against the wannng protest of sonic of tho most steadfast of tu own party members Tho trusts whioh tile rated tho schedules of the Republican tariff having grown fat and multiplied under that fostering care roach up to ltiJrRepublio is in peril Shall it bo rescued thorearlierRepublicsThis is tho great tho vital issue of the coming election It is the tone evaded by the Republican party which tho Democracy nt Kansas City presents tbuoplatform virile anti strong in contrast putforthpatriotism not only ot tho Democrat but of many Republicans as well lic ol Past An Epidemic of Diarrhoea OOOCXInut Grove Flo rays there has been quite an epidemic of din rrhoea thore Ho had a severe attack and was cures by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy Ho also says he recommended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever used For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Line druggists 1890 and In 1890 the only tDOOjj can ranks was that of tho party In 1000 this element is uiJ opposing Mr McKiuloy and his m lttrl stark Hunna and is more uuVotivi iy ur- ganized than before In addition th r Rrpubifi can party untiimporittli publicans who refuse to assist in trans forming tho Republic Into an Kmpir On the sumo ground the Gorman AnurJJ can voters are severing their Bonnetit with Ropublicunism Kuully rtutfiof imperialism and bitterly condimniiv President MoKinleys Tory Iub rvionlII Ito British Influence the IrishAmuriwD element which supported Mr MeKInle in 1KKJ fcj opposing his roelcotion now j St Louis Republic State Hoard Restrained Juigo Evans granted the Kuntuek railroads u restraining order ugulmt Vr UUtto Board of Railroad Coiiiinlwloimro preventing thorn from acting under hr IIntlextorIlion low Tho uttorneyn for thu Cuss mhmion will upxtul the UOKO at oner IJudge Evans assigns nix ruuon fw grunting tho order UnnlH to Become One of Us Whore is this buHinoss of annexation to stop Wo have got Hawaii Cuba Porto Rico and tho Philippine and there usugained these pOI Wfi 101lIlUt n great sue nflco of life and treasure but now conies u country offering itself us u tree gift Switzerland wuuts to be made ono ot tho United States This unique proposition has hewn hit upon by the people ot that country as u solution of their tariff troubles Tho protective tunics of European countries suyn Con sal General Guenther ut Frankfort excludes the products of Switzerland whose industries find support only in free trade England Tao proposition talked of to create n tariff between Uncut Britain and her colonies is re garded with apprehension Such action it is said would involve Switzerland iin industrial ruin Her statesmen uro in cliucd to seek an alliance of Switzerland with Homo foreign countryI Republican Alarm In WiHcoimin The Republicans are somewhat alarm ed over the political situation in Wis 1consin caused by what one of their slluurenplunge of the administration does not rest easily on the German mind Tin silence of tho Germans U declared tu1 i resemble tho situation at the outset vrI schoolIIthishtheRepublicans 9iiI liiihrln n Fish Vwrrwdlles lb IuhysL Au Iutmatmt iNlfMi taken front the Kantunky lover 1 lit Tyrone was out open mind in his slop II tirh Wet n found H fully duveioiwd newly w loom infant tlmt must liuvolwaii ewsl 4 lowed short tlmo before I lleforc llernllntr on Your Summer Trip 1look up mlfts routes mid tram sur vuivm the Mobile it Ohio It R to II VnukMhu WIN Niagara Nulls N Y Iut ill Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo mural toliiradn Springs Col MHrktmie II- Ialll mulch Chicago III St Paul tI Mama Minneapolis Minn St LOUIH Mo nod tinny other rttsorta North sulwnnrIII rouiplete line of now VRStlbulctl couch I11 sod slwopors Their summer Ached ulw un uiiKurpasswl clo o vonnoction i s iuaile at St Louis Union Station fur SpecialMobilnicumiiig tniliiH at St Louis and minus to Ill tnuisfur of piLsseugon to tho con iif tiiig Hues attends to Hluoptr ruser salett to return pawago to Ootobur 3Ut iIw0o for rates tickets and full Informa recta AgoiitMIV Aun- tMobile Ala IS IT ItKJHT- jj For nn Emitter to Hecomnioiid Patent Medlclnet iFrom Sylvnu Valley News lirovnrd XC It may for n question whether tho ed ttiir of a uewKpnpor low a right tIn publicly recommend any of the vn noun proprietary medicinen which flood the market Yet lUlU preventive of ntif firiug we fool it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoouroinedy Wo hnvo known I fRmllyflrfound it reliable In many leases n duo f this n uie ly would save hours of 8ufI ruing while a physician u awaited We do not believe in depending implic itly on any medicine for a euro but we do believe that If u bolttlu of Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhooa i rvmcdy were kept on haul and admin j Mtored at tho inception of nn attack RlllliIUphysician In not needed At taut this hair been our experience for the past twenty years For sale by Ouwgll- lCwglll Hickman and A M Shaw State Line druggi- stsLIVERY = 70 = STABLE OPPOSITE II R DEPOT nlr JH POLLOCK Propr i First class turnouts buggies annoys ItronageI B I Cash Boak Stare Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS dtc Mall anti see our Stook Every thing up to date MAUY HBUKSDK8 t Co ifJ ELS- ucereeor mtt ifJ efit J to Wm Dlentillirlnlc urALra IN Pancy a Jlroccrios and Provisions III CKMMAN KENTUQKY W PBBB DBLIVBItY Tsm Tolopljono Store No 01 5 KOH Idonco No flO A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY r lIVEAiBI A TRIAL when you wentI lltankHlllltbtn Bono or repair In Wicon Ac Hor iliolnjr n speolalty- I also ktkpn full line of Undertake rs Goods Common Itoiiewool and Solid Black Nal4t Collins and Cuu which can ba- iii finip in Ihnrt notice and at reuon- atte pricess OIye ma H sail 18 Shop near the Jail J r R Time Aitelic of u Hunt U wivlwl by nil whtwo Stoinuoh strut hirer mu out of order lint HUIII dlmuld know mint Dr Rings New Lift Pill eliKelltlunl lIllIllUnI tae 11 Itrniirll II K Itrmlry BENNETT REMLEY ATTO UNISYS AThAW Courtsualweiallythe InClintonCITY BARBER SHOP To my old ciutomurs Wo ore hereto stay Nobody will appreciate your imtroiuigo or take more plcasuro in try Ing to plouso you than wo old niliutila barbers It U OAUINVKIU II U IVY WILL CitowutL Farmers FTOB Column Under this heading will heronftor 1 0 published notices nut to exceed 6 HncM onoh from farmers who are aulwnrib produots lorSuleii For Sale Two Roller Coulters Apply to II U WALKM 4 Mixed Paints t Wo hue added to our large stook Oil iAdIN ISih- a complete Hire ol Ready li izcitiJ Paints r trALL COLORS k t and guaranteed to ho of the s BEST QUALITY Mull IWfllUi ultuari 41N ji- 1Bread s i1i IS TIm 8TAPFOPL1VUII Irr AND TO HUT 3 Kl GOOD FRESH BREAD 05 ii- Jow 4 00 TO THE + Oily Baton ilJJClll CtfCCS llud IJicl Bakcd Daily 1 I III JJpUQUAHrJCn IOn l- itlitf Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates tf and Candies Cigars and Tobacco CREAM SODA ff fICE servedl fry tfcrtr JfRW ARCTIO IOUZTll7f r CR1UM PARLQR In the CUll I Your Patruimire Sollcitwl Tl i iiotia your Onlorn to tW V- f lf Now City Ea1oiyjtc I Billr r r lttngeSn- The Best in the World Von Caiitiot 11 n lev u tINnluIto Bujytng One of tfxese Raage J j One of its Strongest Polntn is Itn ECONOMY IN THE USE OP FUEL I MlllulrHUnlnKCull ami ixaiiiim Them Youll liny no IHIi- crR i BaD BBi TAa1Q HICKMAN MARBLE WORKc JMPIABTtMII1n IHnn TOM DILLON Sr Propr 1 aarnr to II U H ese 4e Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ K D3 I iT O 8TONB WORK of nil Kinds JUaN FENCING c o Hiokman Ky TO THE PUBLIC thisII i ntUnionand carry nt nil times a largo and well nKii sorted stock of 0001 and Vitro Whiskey as well as nil other tgoodsaTRIAL W R WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFERSur I rim enabled to soliairs orebv otTer von 4 hourQuarts or rorloo llollywoal soyun year old RyeExpress rullic1 I Whiskeypropose to ship or approval illmarks to indicate plain lazes witheontents Whon no return it at you receive It ruin test It it it lot not lIuUllfao- p eJJOOihis 44 your orders W It WEBSTER y I L L t Tr ti r a 1 j Ilnllroml Time Table N 0EC st L n U IRAVK8 mTr AHUIVHH- Train No M T1t a m I Train No 4 Ii4a p m A Local and Personal A TbouJlllIAmong thu pitfalls in our way blindlySot pinyAndA Hoc Cary VAIlM Ivy Chwik hi vtiltlngln Milan Mr Jo Witting U In thu oily tJttn vrwjlfMlM InOaktunruturnoolrolll IImllJetglllMa Mm Alfred MoDiintuI In tlto guwtt Of Mrs I 12 HtophniH Mltf Fanny Parks of Dyor burg Is the guntt of MlftH Maude Turks Mn H IX WatKon an old and well known oltlton uf tliu oounty died recentIly Mr D A liuton and family of MM raw will leers In a few dnyw for Moot iglutits TStujlotteMrtA1 J KoUrt nod tIOH 1dof lpdow uro guiU of Mr Suitor Rob tt trudewtLI oflltMr W 0 Mow n prominent drug JC18t of Union Cfty Iii gulf low whir fOrwumptwrt Mr Joe Yetek an old Milkman toy who has been awry MHH years la visit tug homo ngaln took IJ rollrd sow IH bustneai at rolleRSaWAussie IUn WntNon rind TweJIn Ilubbanl kited with friend anti rein 4iv M tit Ouyeo kit vreok Mr It C Atanmliir of Pbtt Worth TISM atoppedI IH illokman H day or tvv- hLl Week en rout to Jfw York All kind of fruit llfli Uwrterv and VTJd rawl In tKKmon fur rifle at the I iTOftMAX PKU Co Telephone S0- sMr nUll Mm L P Kllwon outer tatnwi Mr and Mm J O KlllMMi aud lovoral friend nt too ywterday eve MM Launt Drown linn been vMting ralutivcH aril friend in Union City and VfcadtaiM Milk fur Ike put two wee- ksiJttmt rveulvnl a bk retook of new JowBlrySHvdrwHre des A xliunnfI Soda fife wILl wary iurhoeu HtHuoKV tfalltirimm IJnltxur who itM 1ovo at tending biiHinwM outlcw IIn Sat Leek for nrenumonUia returned horse Seitdity iBldor TC Malu will imek it the Haptlil oh u ruli Surely night lie will preaoh at Poplar trove Samlny iiMrnlng Howdy MoorI and wife and Ma Jt r Hle Utntherly ef Htakmun are the t uaeje Or W Hnwkvnnd fatollyMtl rr Ieoder llIJer Oao Unfn yon ago M eHizow i if HtaKTHnn and now of SU Auks HI vie itiiig invkmnnaml lIIdnK wdmmod by uld lrIOfttI Mla n flnlnln Lutes nnd Anim Outton toaehurs tu lllokmun UolltK tin In OhloRKo iittondlnK u re u HI m e r ruura fur t8C10 len Mf The lat olwiito lo buy gx da be4tpoHly 2 weekn more at II HUOHANANS IOHtinimtor J r St i heiM otton dud Ittiiubllean Stato Convention Tuesday and ruiiortH a Ihilt time and touch emit r Uilllllll1OnKlit fupublleuns This N Smith Herlxtrt Carr Dr J MI AloxHndor1uboKaltM II P Oil vur U II Wlnford IK 0 outer ami J V Manono wore anwiiR thwo attondiiiK thu oounty Domoonitlo ooiivontinu Mon dnyMr JyUII1 nmtrhnotySundayt i DIIVO ThoniiiH and the bride n daughter oUf Mr John Carvor Thuro whoa a ningulnrly small iittontl mnao nt tho Dumouratlu prlmarim in tho two lllokmun product Saturday only 111 Motors lit ono and 12 at thu other and ai vury good crowd in town too The j vojilo too ovidontly not aroused Tho kitohou roof of the MuthmliHt panoilage nanght flro Sntunlay hut but by grunt efforts was extinguished lhofnro any Kraal Injury wan done Thu roof and kltolteti oolltug was piirtlallv doHtroyod Tho house wits inturcd Minn Dora Mel array Into of this county died nt tho rusluonco of her par wits in Union City on thu loth uiHt af ter a short illness Miss MoMurniy was known fur her pure ohriHtlan mOo Sho wiw u moinbor ottho Mothodlut church and a great League and Sabbath School worUur Lrlces Reduced Priest have been reduced on all my Block of Ladies and Mlsrtoa Sllppont Tiioy mutt bu Hold tw tho HOUHOII will Hoon bo over MilIt H O AMIIBIIU Tho Courier cnrw moro for tie mor al and material welfare of tlio Ipeople of Fulton county and town of Hiokmnn than all tllo I luilitlnu that can lle batched up Thoruforo dear roador If you have any miggestlonH in favor of silly morel luovomont or material enter nrhiii lot the Courier Print It Miry Mattio Carpenter wife of Mr Will Carpenter died in Corral county 3enn at her mothers Mrs Oul hqun on Sunday July 16th of consump tion Sho wit u noble kind hearted Christian woman Fox many yours a jrertldont of lllokmun Slit hud many JrTbhda who loved her und will Shod T fcttra over tho anuouncotuont of her death 1 t MARRIED KLL1SON IIRLM Mnrried in IliokiiiHii on WednoHday evening thin 18th liwU in tho Baptist ohuroli Elder L W loll olllolat leg Mn J Oiivr Kruwis und MISt MATTIK HHUI AttondnntH Mr lion- r Helm and Mien Nannie Ilogera Mr Vlllle Helm and Mlwt Mary Helm Tho ohureh WHM butiutlfully decorated and Muse Alice Cowglll and Mr Jack Mlllutt rendered the appropriate wedding imnlo Tlio IIOUBO was dunnoly jwiokod wlUi tile friends and well wlahon of the hujipy young couple which well attesta the high respect and lore in the coin munlty In which lath wuru ruined an lucid Mlaa Ruth Hlllson Htrowing flow ors Ixiforu tho happy couple ua they took their ixwltlonI under thu arch of flown before the alter was u bountiful feature Thu bride wan gowned In a dainty 1ar Ili muilln ten tnilne lace trimming tho soil worn was arranged gracefully KO thnt alit node n uharmhiK plulura mud shout her there wits the Mime weft o- fawehue and inoerity- Ml Mary Helm dr eed In H stylish whit ewlus currying u bunali of hy drangera1 Mipi Nannie Ilogen In n be tfomlng white mvim made with ninny shun rut oarrylng hydrangera- Urooiii drowwd In oonvolitional black They milked out by Lohengrin A pro fuikm of indies and Hi miner flowers feriHod the deooratlon and all the do tails of UM ooeaalon were tnnteful After the marriage oerenwuy at the church Uie bridal unity with rolnUvoH sad R few tdeet frlunda rejiHlred to the reatdenee of the brides parents where M reeeptlon uppw WHM served The bride In a daughter of Mr stud Mrs Quo HeliH eduntted anti aeuom 1purled blowed with the rarest adorn menta of wind and pwnon and aa the butt alwayn bean H HKMI dutiful and nf IHtfo daughter tie hfchottt ore tninhn te Umt she will rove a HHMt dull tel sad nifuctionmte wife Thi groom in a gonUaman by inherltiiiwe born and bred jnd wfutateu to true mflnllneK lor forte yeast he lilY peon busted IXM VegM Now Morton hen he InII now engnt d in Iurnlnem nnd where I yovng wMiplo will Hake their fnUirejI home J key have known and loved1 oneh oUtw front eiiildhood and the mm lore sad oonffdeiwe will hrigntan wad elieer their effort In their dtalunt Moue A wmltli of lovo rwjwot rend good wknci frotn MOM of friends and rahiUfM aL- leads sod ijtrayi for Chest in their future life fJESTER GATES MURDER I Gates Lived Near Hickman at the rimo of the Al lodged Murder OH Alenwler Jw+ler IIn being triedI aLI Nw IxMHloa Mo fur the gitedied murder of Gilbert Onto n young men in UM your 18T1 In 1871 Jmtor WM nr riMted on the cbMife out whilst his trial wits IN IjtragRM ke MUle hiuh aHM from jell aril ww never Mound of until some HHmllttflJiKM win found in Ttumawl ntjulh xrretod OH infornw tics furnl lMd by his Imlf+ fMer In Texas he worn Daring M M jHwieher The object of the murder WM robbery young UHtw being the owner of n wagon and team some mosey stud otter Ihlngi no reUtlrw ant H stronger Gates dimp IteHred one aJht sod less never lIace Ibees even or heard of in that neIghbor hood and Jailor turned up pottarar of lilt wagon toNiti etc and othor elroum stnnous lltd to tie olmrgo of murder The strange teat W tlmt In 1871 after the Hedged murder one Gilbert Gates an weriiHC UM Hge and IMINCH1IIwerlll tlon of Uie nlledgetll murderad mun I worked for Mr lien Vllnon near IHak attn If this IdentilUmtlon proves trno then Klder JonUT IH InnofonL Mr Witeon hat teluKraphed the fuotn to the prisoners letvyersllns u Miracle Tho marvelous cure of Mrs Itona J Stout of Consumption has oronted in teiiHO oxoiteiiioiit in Ooinninok Iud writes Marion Stuart n leading druggist of Muncie hill She only weighed 00 jwuiids when her doctor iu Yorktown stilt situ must noon die Thou sho ba aii to aso Dr lungs Now Discovery unit Ktiined 87 KunU in weight und was completely cured It Iiiut cured thoua suds of lio oleMH cases old U ixwitlvoly Kunranteed to cure nil Throat Chest and I IIhum diMpuMCM GOo and 8100 Trial hot thus freo lit all drug stores Now Madrid Miagouriaii Alex HnrmM who killed Will Ulark at u Liar I boouo near JaniM Ih yeti July 4th by HtrikiiiK him on the hood itt at his homo and hits not yet boon nrrostud HarnoH wits apiiointod by tho managers of tho t barbuoue an a poauo ollluur There hnd boon no dlHturbanco during tho day nndI just us Hurnotf and his family started homo in their buggy thoy hoard crlod of women and men and Harnos run to whuru ho saw two mon Ili kiting picking I IUup club as he went When ho roaohII sit till soon ho utruck tho Olio who wax on top of tho othor with thin ohib Tills ono wax Clark a particular frluiul of linens the other wiw Tat Grow Ulark died Thursday from tho elTcotaof tho blow HarnoH ritgrols tho ooourrenco very much and says ho did not strike 1 Olark with tho intention of killing him 1 Horses for Stile Two good 4 your old ImrsoH will work linywhore Also ono wagon and harness 1 Will soil chuap Apply toIMILS M I11 SVKIL8 Hlukman Ky What IIs tho diiroronuo botweon pho tography and mcaslusY Ono makes taw Hiiniloj and the other mukcs sick faun ff- UhJ GRAND Picnicc B rD cue IN DR BURRUS WOODSLOT Woodland Mills Tenn Wednesday Aug 1st roll TIIK IIKrtKFIT UK TUB Sacred Heart Church rHHICKMAN KY Music Danoing Games of Amuse meat to on the Grounds RAILROAD EXCURSION Tntins leave Hiokumn Ky at 8 a in returning nt 8Ui p tnFuromo Train loaves Union City at U a m returning at 7M5 p m Faro 25o It Sated Ills hrg P A Danforth ot LaGrange Ga Nuirered fur six months with a frightful running mm on his log but writes that Bucklens Aruioa Salvo woolly oared it in flvo days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its till bust salvo in tho world Ouro guaranteed Only S5c Sold by all druggists HnleIIlickhnan1Vagi1 contlor ofStOkWhippoorwillorCuw ThrtHhlii RigsUutt andSJOUN804OUco Public Notice liuvlngbeon leanbout WittingStand bokind For Rent cB6rP Sitr 111d n mJJleJ mlin rN H BUCHANAN offers beatitifnl Store Iloom Rent Sept 1 1900 FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS 4r E5- Hickman BUCHANAIT Kentucky R I3 ODOJll- WhQilesEde Iqio 1Haass CLINTON HICKMAN KY in nil of V Cos Owoniboro Distillery Brands of LiquorsOld Old Wagon Diadem Gull Gins Brandies Wmes and BQGT IProol and Quality Guaranteed strictly jiccording to law 61 luEdncnled Cliinainans VIOUN Tho London corrunontloiit of tho Now York Uvoning Post cabloe that a Trench friend sends him BOIIIO notes of an inter view he had this wok with u inombor of tho GhlnoM imporial commiaiion now in Purl Tho Chinaman wild Wo are ready to light all Kuropo Wo have an army you cannot overcome Alt the countries in thu world may try it In vain we will tho world We are of heaven and above us is the sky alone You foreign devils wo will 11000101JIIIun with China um will nuvor sou China dismembered by tho white mucus The yellow nicon will eventually uiiito and now that Chine fa awake overrun Our countless millions earl our wealth must toll in tho long run Ono or two or throb conurieswind is that in tho life of a like China This was an expression of an educat ed Chinaman and if these are his views when can IMJ expected of the or ders Wo shall learn moro of thoso peo plo in the text six months than wo have j known before in all our history I Knights of Kudos Des MOINKS IOWA July 11 HX0 11 B Hiokman tKy Dear SlrIn reply to your Inquiry of IJJth hiss concerning inclosed Order will say tho Dos Moines moi jI whoso names appear on folder are of the highest standing socially professionally cityYoursK R DENNKIT City Clerk The nbovo Order hits now 110 npplf cations in this vicinity For furthdr Information apply to M B SUAW orlDE WILSON Hichumn Ky For Sale A Phaeton and good gentle family hop fr riitliiI Very cheap Apply to IIAKHY M ELLISON Ilrlek liar r For Mule Fine 1OTATO SLIPS Vflr al by Mue M V WALKRII STUCK PEAS FOR SALK I or State Line Ky lags for Male workSKy Jack dntircA notice given that ho to added thereto an immense stock oifrekli1 groocfiw and that under tho firm name or itoaerw R Throlkold they will run u and Cue will welcome old customers and everything in our line r 1 his for on 1 ST Keeps Stool Tliixtnn Millott Host astonish quarrel Kuropo country Y lower Shaw fraternal Plenty SOS LeftJ Yet J 298 instead of 400 and 350 I in Tan and Ilussolt Cal and Viol Kid Laco and Congroas Comc inon and Plain Too BIG BARGAINS 3 f tIyOur 48c and 25c Underweary Good y assortment Those aro not 10fto018 and odd sizes from last your All FRESH NEW GOODS We Always Have What We Advertise I 4 WE WANT YOUR TRADEEl JI FOR THE IN i M Go whore they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO t I I Illinton 1Vrrtioa StrcotFILESII RICE JBYLOB lIEATS1 11SHOE BEST GROCERIES Rogers Threlkelds TTPTODATE GROCERY r Goods eliveredTrce 1 l Telephone 74 1 I 1r JL ILElIJftOHsn D Groceries Fresh Meats i Hardware Queensware tHay Oats Bran Lime and Cement 1 tai I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and noll pains will be spared to please my customerswMy motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try ran Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered I Bring Your Job Work to This Office HntUl t kl U n MfJJSher YJ What DllUSJ F jI i aMJIL ICliver and VU1can Chill Plw c Lawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Ilanies 11l1ok ands Traces c BUGGIES and HARNESS of the best grades and styles always in stock in largo quantities To get ono to suit you will intro no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial EID PtEEw S CyHICIII tN KENTUCKY l xn r t Y r 1 1 1 v I N 10 t i TiE STORY OF DORCAS I I Dr Talmage Draws a Lesson from a Noble Womans Life Self 9ncrlaclnR Work Ai arp l of a II IIIUeh Ilcwnrd Hcrenftcr Hrli j Ward for Those Who I Alleviate SaffcrltiK Copyright 1900 by Louis Klopsch Dr Talmage who is still traveling In northern Europe has forwarded the following report of a sermon in which he utters helpful words to all who are engaged In alleviating human dis tresses and shows how such work will be crowned at the last text Acts 939 And nil the widows stood by him weeping and showing him the rout and garments which Dorent made while she was with them Joppa is a most absorbing city of the orient Into her harbor once float ed the rafts of Lebanon cedar fromI i which the temples of Jerusalem were k built Solomons oxen drawing the logs II through the town Here Napoleon hudI 51 prisoners massacred One of theII most magnificent charities of the cen turles was started In this seaport by Doroas a woman wilh her needle em I broidering her name ineffaceably into 4hi the beneficence of the world I see her Bitting in yonder Name In the doorway I and around about the building and t in the room where site sits are the pale tacos of the poor She listens to their plaint she pililtf Iheir wtie she makes V garments for Them she adjusts the I manufactured articles to suit the bentJJ form of this invalid woman and to the cripple that comes crawling on his hands and knees She gives u coat to thjs one she give sanduls to that one With the gifts she mingles prayers and tears and Christian encouragement Then she goes out to be greeted on the a street corners by those whom she has I blessed and all through the street tllrcry Is heard Dorcas is conning t trThe sick look up gratefully Into her I face as she puts her hand on the burn d- Ing brow and the lust rind the aban donedstart up with hope ns they hear her gentle voice as though an angels had addressed them and ns she goes out the lane ryes half put out with sin think they sce a halo of Tight nbout her brow and a trail of glory in her patht way That night a half paid shipwright climbs the hill and reaches home and sees hits little boy well clad andsnys Where did these clothes come from And they tell him Dor cas has been here In another place a f woman Is trimming a lamp Dorcas bought the oil In another place a as family that had not been at table for many weeks are gathered now fornDorcas has brought bread Hut there is a sudden pause in that 4womans history They say Where Is Dorcas Why we hav nt seen herofor many a day Where Is DorcasIAnd one of these poor people goes upend knocks at the door and finds the i 1llauntsI dfluhlngthe stages of a kings disease is more anxiously waited for than the news from this benefactress Alas for I Joppa there is wailing walling That voice which has uttered so many cheer ful words IU hushed that handwhich has made so many garments for the poor is cold and still the star which had poured light into the midnight ofI wretchedness is dimmed by the blinding mists that go up from the river ofI death In every forsaken place in thatI town wherever there is a sick child andI no balm wherever there is hunger and no bread wherever there is guilt and no commiseration wherever there is nI broken heart and no comfort there are despairing looks and streaming eyes and frantic gesticulations as they cry Dorcas is dead III They send for the apostle Peter who happens to be in the suburbs of the place stopping with a tanner of the name of Simon Peter urges his way through the crowd around the doo and stands In the presence of the dead What demonstration of grief nit about f him Here stand some of the poor peo lIe who show the garments which this poor woman had made for them Their grief cannot be appeased The t apostle Peter wants to perform n miracle He will not do it nmld the ex cited crowd RO he orders that the whole room be cleared The door Is shut agarnst the populace The apostle stands now with the dead Oh It isn serious moment you know when you are alone with a lifeless body The apostle gets down on his knees ami prays and then he comes to the lifeless form of this one nit ready for the sepulcher and in the strength of Ili who Is the resurrection he cries Tnbitha arise There is n stir in the fountains of life the heart flutters lit c nerves thrill time cheek flushes the eye opens she sits up We see In this subject Dorcas the disciple Dorcas the benefactress Dorcas the lamented Dorcas the resurrected If I had not seen that word disciple In my text I would have known this woman was a Christian Such music a that n jver came from a heart which t not chorded and strung by Divine grace Before I show you the needle work of this woman I want to show s you her regenerated heart the source of a pure life and of nil Christian char tics I wish that the wives nnd mothers nnd daughters and sisters of all the earth would imitate Dorcas in her dis clplcship Before you cross the threshold of the hospital before you enter upon the temptations and trial- of tomorrow I charge you in the name of God and by the turmoil and tumult of the judgment day 0 women I that you attend to the first last and greatest duty of your lifethe seeking tor God and being nt peace with Iliac I Further we see Dorcas the tress History hu told the story of the crown epic poet has sung of the sword the pastoral poet with his od versos full of the redolence of clover 1 to tops nnd arustlo with the silk of the i cork has sUng the praises of the plow 1 tell you the praises of tho needle From the fig leaf robe prepared In the nil isgardeni on the garment for the poor the needle c- has wrought wonders of kindness generosity and benefaction It adorned the girdle of the high priest it fashioned of the curtains in time ancient tabernacle it cushioned the chariots of King Solpmon It provided the robes of Queen on Elizabeth and in high places and In low places by the fire of the pioneers fin back log and under the flash of the chandelier everywhere It hns clothed nakedness it has preached the Gospel it has overcome hosts of penury and want with the war cry of Stitch i stitch stitch I The operatives have nndthroughrit the mansions of the employer are constructed Amid the greatest triumphs in all ages and lands I set down the conquests of the needle I admit its crimes I admit its cruelties It has be had more martyrs than the tire it baa punctured the eye it has pierced the t side it has struck weakness into the lungs It has sent madness into the brain it has filled the potters field it has pitched whole armies ot tire suffering Into crime and wretchedness sand woe But now that i am talking of Dorcas nndjhcr ministries to the poor I shall 9speak only tit the Oh charities of the needle 1lfttw m aD all thostf whowas a representative of make garments for the destftute whp knit sucks for the barefooted who prepare bandages for thlJt IUlor ted who fix up boxes of clothing for miss sionaries who go into the asylums of nil the suffering and destitute fearingt that Gospel which is sight for tbeIt blind and hearing for the deaf nnd which makes the lame man leap like tare and brings the dead to life immortal health bounding in their upI pulsls What a contrast between the practical benevolence of this woman and a groat deal of the charity of thisdl This woman did not spend her time idly planning how the poor of the city of JOPP were to be relieved took her nee1le and relieved them She was not like those persons who an sympathize with imaginary sorrows and go out in the street and laugh at boy who has upset his basket of cold victuals or like that charity which makes a rousing speech on the benevolent platform and goes out to kick the beggar from tho step crIngal Hush your miserable howling Suf erers of tin world want not so much 15 theory ns practice not so much tears dollars not so much kind wishes ash loaves of bread not so much smiles her s shoes not so much God bless yousl as jackets and frocks I 111cl put one earnest Christian man hardworking against 5000 mere theorists n the subject of charity There are great many who have fine ideas of about church architecture who never in their life helpcdto build a church are men who can give you the history of Buddhism sort Mohamme who surer sent u farthing for- vangelization There are women who talk beautifully about the Buttering of the world who never had the courage like Dorcas to take the needle and assault it I am glad that there is not a page a of the worlds history which is not u record 01 female benevolence God says to all lands nnd people Come now and hear the widows mite rattle down Into the poor box The princess- of Conti sold all her jewels that she might help the famine stricken Queen Blanche the wife of Louis VIII of France hearing that there were some persons unjustly incarcerated in the prisons went out amid the rabble and took a stick and struck the door as a signal that they might nil strike it nnd down went the prison door nnd out came the prisoners Queen Maud the wife of Henry I went down amid the poor und washed their sores an ndmlnistcrcd to them cordials Mrs Itctson nt Matagorda appeared on atrdeath were flying around and care I for the wounded Is there n man o woman who has ever heard of the civil I war in America who has not heard ofr the women of the sanitary and Chris tier commissions or the fact that be fore the smoke had gone up from Get tysburg and South Mountain the wom en of the north met the women of the south on the battlefield forgetting allI their animosities while they bound up the wounded and closed the eyes of the slain Dorcas the benefactress I come now to speak of Dorcas th lamented When death struck down that good woman oh how mush so 1lOW there was in the town of JoppaI 1 suppose there were women titer with larger fortunes women perhapsI with handsomer faces but there was no grief at their departure like t1ni at the death of Dorcas There was not more turmoil and upturning In the dlerrnncan sea dashing the wharfs nt that seaport than there were surgings to and fro of grief be cause Dorcas was dead There ares grout runny who go out of Hfcnnd are unmtsscd There may be n very lnrg funeral there may be n great many carriages and n plumed hearse there many be high sounding culogiums the bell may toll at the cemetery gal there may be a very fine marble shin rented over the resting place but tit whole thing may be a falsehood and n sham The church cf God has lost noUilng It is only a nuisance abatedI It is only a grumbler erring to fin IIfault It is only an idler steppe yawning It is only n dissipated fashI ionable parted from his wine cellar while on the other hand no useful Christian leaves this world without be ing missed The church of God cries out like the prophet Howl fir tree for the cedar has fallen Widowhood come shoves the garments which the depart had trade Orphins are lifted up look into the calm face of the sleep ing benefactress Unclaimed vagrancy comes and kisses thfc cold brow of her who charmed it away from sin and through the streetst Joppu thrre mourning mourning because Di r is dead When Josephine of France was carried out to her grave there were n great many men nnd woman pomp and pride and position that went out after her but I am mot affected by the story of history that day there were 10000 ofthAtII poor of France who followed bee weeping and walling until the air rang again because when they lostl Josephine they lost their last earthly friend Oh who would not raOur have such obsequies than all the tears that were ever poured in the loch rymals that have been exhumed from ancient cities There may be no taxes for the dead there may be no costlyI sarcophagus there may be no elab orate mausoleum but In the damp eel lars of the city and through the loner huts of the mountain glen there will mourning mourning mourning be cause Dorcas is dead Blessed are he deed who die In the Lord they text from their labors and their works do follow them I spank to you of Dorcas the resnr reefed The apostle soma to where was and said Arise and the complH1es whnt a time there must have been around that town when the apostle brought her out among her oM friends How the tears of joy must have started What a clapping of handh there must have been Whit singing What laughter Sound it through thnt lane Shout U down that dark alley Let all Joppa hear I Dorcas is resurrected You and I have seen the same thins many n time not n dead body re suscitated but the deceased coming again otter death in the goad ac complished If a man labors up to SO years of age serving God antI then we are apt to think thai his earthly work Is done Xo lib Influence on earth will continue till tile world ceases Services rendered for Christ never atop A Christian woe tolls for the upbuilding of a church through many anxieties through many clfdcninls with prayers and tears sari then ahe dies It is1 15 years since she went away Now the spirit of God descends upon tliut church hundreds of souls stand up confess the faith of Christ lies that Christian woman who went away years ago nothing to do with tlrso things I see the flowering out of noble heart I hear the echo of footsteps in nil the songs over ns forgiven in all the prosperity oChe The good that seemed tfc bo burled has come up again DorciiIIli resurrectedAfter these womanly frjflls IL Christ will put down their needle forever After making garments for others some one will make a garment for them the last robe weAver wear the robe for the grave You willi hue heard the last cry of pain You will have witnessed the lust orphanage You will have come in worn out from I your last round of mercy I do not know where you will sleep nor what I your epitaph will be but there will b I lamp burning at that tomb and an angel of God guarding it and through all the long night no rude toot will disturb the dust Sleep on etch on Soft bed pleasant shadows undis turbed repose Sleep onl Asleep In Jesus Blessed sleep From which none over wake to 1I rep rhen one day there will he i sky rending and a whirr of wheels aid the Rash of a pageant armies raarrhitig chains clanking banners wong hlln ices booming nnd that Christiartvom an will rise from the dust and sir wilt be suddenly surrounded surrounded yvthe wanderers of the street shorn she reclaimed surrounded IbT tho lidd ministered Daughter of GC80 strangely surrounded what means this It means that reward has ome therrowndspreadrShout it through all the crumbling earth Sing it through nil the flying Heavens Dorcas Is resurrected In 1855 when some of the icdlcrs came basic from the Crimean war to London tilt queen of England rtitrlb uted among them beautiful medals called Crimean medals Galleries wore erected for the two houses of parlia ment and the royal family to tit in There was a great audience to witness AIcolonel who had lost both fret in the onra wheel chair others same In limping ofeEngland arose before them In the name of her government and uttered words andsmen and distributed those medals Inscribed with the four great bnttMlelds Siat vastopol As the queen gave those to the wounded officers the bands of music thenIne80ngeGad anvo our gracious queen Long live our noble queen trod save the queen And then they shouted Huzza fortbriErhtII coma when Christ shall gather there who have tolled In jigs eraIIHolorodprelleuc glo drifted of Heaven he will say Vcll done good and faithful servant und then lie will distribute the medals eternal victory not inscribe wit works of righteousness which we Have lone but with those tour great battle fields dear to earth and dune fo Heaven Bethlehem edI t A MEANING OF IMPERIALISM Kntlroly at Variance with the True rrlnuliilf of Freedom and Inlrnro I definitions In the dictionaries will not aid inHoh the platform adopted nt 1KEIDMS City nmy It iU understood i hut Mr Itrynn hind something to say about the construction of the platform We slay presume therefore that Mr llrynn menus about whnt time platform means by the word Imperial iiAIIIprhA second paragraph of the platform rend We tlMlnre again that nil government inntltutal among men deny tholr jmat powers from the consent of the governed ihAt any government not based on the- consent of the governed la a tyranny and governmentmethods of Impcrlairim for those of a republicThis declaration seems to convey n pretty clear Idea of what the framers uf the platform mean by imperial Um and we may safely assume that what they mean Mr liryan moans The idea Is more fully conveyed pus hops by the words quoted than it would be by a formal definition Kwentially imperialism iIA arbitrary power exercised over n people without their consent It IIs the power that the British government nutru in many places though In generalI it exercises he power with such moderation that the people over whom it lIs asserted are practically selfgoverning At bottom It is a tint dental of the right of self government It Is entirely immaterial whether the power to govern without the consent DOLLAR THE MAN Iof the governed Is nwertcd by a person called an emperor or by a person called a president or by a parliament or by a congress The material thing itI tine assump tion of supremacy of sovereignty by some person or number of persons over other persons whose content is not given and who are not consulted- It is the utter negation of the Amer lean doctrine that sovereignty resides In the people and not In others asum lug by divine right or the right of mere might un authority above that of the peopleThis Is the Imperialism which has been set up in Washington over die tent peoples It IIs en imperialism which the American people cannot per mit to be exercised in their nanio over other peopes of the earth without incurring great risk that It will soon be exercised over themselves To quote once more from the plat form Wo assort that no nation can long en duro half republic and half empire and wo warn the American people that Im perialism abroad will load quickly and I Inevitably to despotism ut home I Substantially the same thing was said by Abraham Lincoln but it Is not I the mere dictum of any man or body I of men It is an eternal rooted I clear down ut the bottom of human nature Tie who accepts the principle of despotism Is a fit subject of despotism Men may laugh at that but let them remember that some things mire regarded with tolerance todaywhich would have been rejected with indignation and horror hardly more titan two years ago Chicago Chronicle Clear nod Straightforward Upon nil phascn of all the questions Involved In the issue of Imperialism the democratic platform Ila clear straightforward admirable There Is no omII slon no juggling After rending these vigorous yet moderate rind sane utter ances no one can have the slightest doubt either as to the principles laid down or as to how tire democratic party Interprets those principles Into policies The evils ore defined amid the remedies of justice liberty and American falrdcnllng are proposed explicitly and fearlessly Upon the other great issue monopoly time plat form Is ngaln clear straightforward aijmlrnblp Instead of incoherent rnv IngH and Indefinite promises Is sanity of statement avoidance of con fusion between corrupt aunt legiti forhreal reforms for publicity constitutional extension of low and above nil for the ending of monopoly fostering tariffs Cincinnati En quirer SCANDAL UPON SCANDAL Another Inntnnee of llviubllcnn- Itutlenuo In Inhllc Oilier It IIII well known that the present head of time treasury burcuu of tttn Unites is preparing tire campaign textbook of the republican party Such sonrdnloun desregnrd of the proper duties and dignity of that bu reau has never before been shown There have been charges made of artisan use In the past but these charges intro never been proved to such nn extent nx to nlTeet the cor rectness of the returns Issuedl by the bureau There have been lIssued un der official sanction Interpretations of commercial and Industrial returns favoring n particular policy or meas ure and when Charles Faster was secretary of the treasury the head of time bureau permitted n via lently protectionist Interview In bo circulated ns a treasury document although it was well known at the tinge that the matter had boon prepared by another hand Such exhi bitions of improper political activity by the bureau haw been rare how ever and have never failed to bring down criticism on thosefwho wer re sjMintlbk Secretary Cage must bear the full responsibility of winning the present seundnl He removed n man of expo rience to taalte room for n political hack whose only qualification wes his service during the campaign in run ning n literary bureau for the rc publicans From tho beginning this partisan has used the bureau for par THE BEFORE truth there tisan purposes arid he is now occupied In preparing the campaign hunt book Such a function Iis as remote from those proper to time collection of commercial statistics no they would be train time conduct of n church and the knowledge that this hack is engaged in the task Is sufll activityintreasury Since Mr Austin has been in oflicc he has not nddeAn single Cent ure to the tables as formerly Issued save that of throwing discredit on the whole by his evident Intention to make hlniseii useful to his party The worst feature of It lIs that the tables are discredited abroad ns well as at home and it Is not strange that so little regard IIs paint by statisticians of Europe to the work now done un der our government X t Post Where llrrnn l Strong Bryan shows hla greatest personal strength In the fact that he Is today ns ho has ever been utterly without a political machine Other noon In American politics stand or toll for rlionnlltJJac graphical locution Mr McKinley is n kind of syndicate Roosevelt stamina for nn Ideal of civic righteousness nPlltltltQUIIrnphy lout Bryan Is llrynn and Ilry- an Is his prophet More power for good or evil rusts under llrynns black slouch lint thnn under nay other sin gle Iicndptccc in America llrynn is machinolcss not because ho abhors the machine but because lie ignores It He would not lmow what to do with captains and lieutenants If bin party ahould begin to turn from him Bryan could not call What hOI warder let the portcullis frill In n score of states and check tho slum petit If oratory would not atop tho panic tho multitude would mint to leave him as It cnmc to him After which ho would go on lecturing until that gave out rand running for tho senate till that gao out and for con gress till that gave out when he would return to hln law olllco anti continue ns he was In the beginning nn honest hardworking ordlnnry country lawyer with nn extraor dinary voice and n forceful direct plausible way of putting short An gloSaxon words that often stove juries but ore not HO thrilling in briefs Will Allen White In McClurga Magazine if the republican copffrcss post pones the reduction of tlw Will tux the people will not postpone the rev duction of the republican vote In con grgss Albany Argus EDITORIAL OPINION IVbol Democratic Journalist TblaU About tie Presidential Candidate zIn this great conflict William J Bryan goes forth to battle ns tire cham pion of the people We bellow hu will triumph Pittsburgh Post llrynn amid St ven on antMnv pcrlalism and IInUtrlllltaoolUlloa8 a oombinatlon that will start Mark Jinn na to walking the floor Loulsvtllo Times Whatever may be thought of Ilry IDS views on the money question he believes In advocating thrill lie has tho courage of hli convictions Indianap olis Press 1II- dUndoubtedly the ticket as It itands has a better outlook for suoeestt than had the Cleveland ticket when It was nominated in 1802 Louisville CourierJournal llrynns nomination will occasion i deep and earnest feeling of joy and satisfaction an enthusiasm which will run higher and higher until election day Denver NOWB Mr MoKlnley should not Insert anything about our plain duty In his letter of acceptance that the politicians and the trusts are likely to reverse three months later Koehester Herald liryan and Stevenson have tho appearance of a winning team They are both strong men physically and mentally They are both excellent speakers and both are tighter of tho tint clues XOTlmcsUrmoornU The good titan for vice president has ben found Mr Stevetijon Is In thorough line with dcmoernm pine Ales originally and present lie U sound in faith lie Iis with the people all alt questions Cincinnati Knqulrer The platform Is n strong appeal to time Intelligence and pntrlotUm of the American people And with n ean dMatefcuchasMr Bryan the democracy his every reaton to confidently took forward to the judgment of tine people Milwaukee News The ticket will be balled with nc- elnmntlon liy Lovers of freedom where The one the young ooryIIthe j eepe the other A veteran seems where ilemoerney had te he teat Mi Wlh such a ticket JllltioU and Inv illnnn will bo democratic tlanU Constitution The iplatform Is admirable In HA anti Ingnerlal and antitrust dccJara ttess but sadly perhaps fatally de feotlve In Its advocacy of free sliver coinage at 10 to 1 If Mr liryan Is de feated In November he wilt be held responsible for the disaster to his party Italtlmore Sun There It complete agreement between the candidate nnd the platform lloth are plainly and convincingly hon et and sincere It is this element offfearless stralghtforwnrdaes that will tend to attract the Independent tin muzzled vote of the country to the democratic ticket this year Washing ton Times There are thousands of men who voted against Mr llrynn before who now feel that the oountryhasdeparied from right principles As vice presi dent Mr Stevenson was an ideal officer Many persons outside the demoaratlo party will be glad to see so fit n man chosen for the high ofllce Indianap oils Sentinel The Iwo day platform struggle at Kansas City IIs nt least unique The practice of fooling tine people In par ry declaration dates from the dawn of politic It was tnatI from time Areopagus of Athens and In the Forum of Home But to human knowledge It was never done In public beforeN V Press RepThe democratic convention at l udoptInJeIleverydemocrated to nnd completed the good work by noeptlonlltlJ Cleveland Plain Denier Upon their platform not with standing Its many serious faults anti weaknesses It Is not to be doubted tho democrats can make n strong saint paign Events that have carried the re publican administration InttmwIdede parture from fhcrlkhrd American traditions have rnUedappoiltton wltero lhlladO11I11flmes thedemocratic y politieshistoryBryan has an opportunity to make a more formidable campaign hero and ratethaninunknownwhen even his patriotism was chal lenged Host on Globe Ind Dem We believe no stronger nomina lion for wand place could hunt been made anti under existing circum stances it is to be preferred to thnt of either ex3ov 11111 or Mr Towne It was not necessary to Lien any convention sores It represents no notional deftnt or triumph It stands for no maiMilne or political work It wns n upoittancoustrlbutctotlic worth of thin man his services for tine democratic party nnd his eminent fltncsa for nit the duties and possibilities of tho of fice Pittsburgh Post questions Um Ihe democratic plntform UI clear straightforward ndmlrnble There is no evasion no juggling Upon the platomitadmirable These comments cover at least M per cent of the platform Hut In the remaining ton per cent lies this rotten spot And the nut that it has been removed from the surface to a point near the center doe not mike it less rotten Deep down through time soundness nnd sanity lien the free alts vet plank1 Y WorM r r Y f t tw I I 7- t j 11 I I FROM KANSAS CITY Notes of the Democratic Convention by Our Washington Cor respondent theOuntrnjt llntivocii Umuerntlc NnllOnni Ooiivrnf Inn and llir lit liiililldfln Iwrfurmniior A 71raNti1- of Iliiiir nniliuklNma Over Antl luiiirrJntUni Anti llrynn Spelal Coerdrpo IIJNo harper contrast could bu Im uglne thin that tibcmn ty the lelllO KanageCttyIblladHphlaThe Mart to ilnlaii Js thu democratic ron vention HO man nor t wn any set of Inc Hrtatrd tie proMediBg In Philadelphia the rending of tb platform wee rrvrlvrd wits aputhf and ioN ferrnee At KauMaa City the platform WM rts ttilvrd with uHbotiMded t nlkoaia in Tao jtank Munintf ImperUUww an tin jMrauHHiat aIMM gulledI forth a flog Ivmonatratlon HH jiMlw1 IID the history of national ootmntloaA- tnoNir the democrats there was no m t aHddrieu platform TIm commit tvu on rcwOlHltotM held n fesertten Mar aeut4os1 Hatmlnp to nil Hhmltm of opinion on tie vital tour The litatlMW Itself WM wrttttn only three Itatir before It was prevented to the r ertlQbodyTheWrepshlkoos to VkikMMnkfe and then the lenders 1i iMrrt lMl among thrawclviM until ills pJntfarm hu b wmiw a Imbue rcaruwl tope unit llnrmitn The oVMoeraU platform to an np ItttoftUuM af the wnlrit of the Hwlam tlOH ef ladepeudvaee sail1 the Irtter of the eotMlitNtion to the new awl inatnoulow boars which here arisen in the host thrio years It IB a met r sage of Iwiw aed rBooumgf wit t- etiury altlxctn who wants good govern test and who knows that It never con Iw omnjNirKed under a second term of I this uiun1ni ln tloH The tnmpvr cud atnMwphere of the rteinocratto tonrcntloa was very wig nlfloant There were gathered not only delegate from widely irjmrntrd FeeUoas of the coMHtry hut also men f united as to the necc tlty for governmental reform but differing widely on many details of the oampalgn It wise a coRventlnn where dimen Finn might easily have gained a foot bell iinleMi repressed by sonic higher nnd atroHger entlment There were no WMWI to Ikeep up1 an nppearaace of surface harmony wilkont regardp to the real flUaK an at the rejmbtl nAn oanvratleii Evriythtaff was open I1olatebailI sod spoatasers at tho- r t c1UIIHIrftU oentMllJe- Thr ntllmlrlII IIank Th0e who came to crltMeo sugar b tod hut all minor diiTc reHe were rJivdil In the face of the mrloHn i 5HWt to he mot It WM the most entkiwIaiiUc poUt hal aoiivontlvn tier held IN the csHin try H VM lit the MUHO tune tlie iMat cwneat trod aUieere- Tho outburst of enthuaUam over Uie ftiitll pKri UHt Hank IIn the plot form wttB eatlrrly apoutaHfoos It WM SO Htlustea of flajf waving cheer trig nitredog warloK of banwvra and a1Ygiolf patrlotle songs There wa noineUilinf awAlHaplring w the rots t tHpfiUoH of that mat aanembmit I eat wfUl by an CIa al imH oil grim Wl omrMiwt and Irrvjweaatblc aa that Of than Cnmdcra of old It woe the- protest ef time flog Itself ngnlnat ito- plerlsHetsI IlnlhUNlnkm Ovrr Hr An The fuel that tlio nwalMatloii of llryitn waN MrJHtt dW not lesion- onstrationthe cnUiiwwaiM The at the mnUon of hU Rants showed hv thcroujrUlj ht has bud his pre In tite Inert of the people nn tlr Itioiler who IK an r11 IUI hlnplwr Butty There was alTertlen and Ad I iirtnitlun and trunk rnd loyalty In the wihh marked tin now 1r n of irrn- M I Ihltaclelphfa Mark Ifanim hail to I fttroc arrae ahatlow of enthusiasm for Ilio nnr of MoIHnley IIIx puppets nmkrd when tbqy chimally obeyed Isis Hignala and the hollnwnvaa of the wliolo fnroe wal npparetit to the numl I tnminl oblrrJl- ell Bryan was nominated the hauling soil wining of flags batedI 10 louR that It weimd aa If the con nuitloti could not bring Itself hock lo the titinwictlon of routine bus atlas Stevrniiiiii Nomination The namlnntlnn of Ilio vice pros lilontlnl onnflldnte nhowed how thor oughly donioorutla wan till Knnsns CIty oonTontlon An hour before Stevenson wim nominated no lender JHjl no dolognte could tell whethe- it would bu ho or Towne or 11111 It wty Blmjily o question of the boat Imjgmrnt of the convention The I nomination gives FntUfnctlon nil iroimil Stevenson nddH strength tot tloUot In the grant middle west NtateH where the battle IK bolng and where the declalve votela I Ithebe cast lie IH a thorough demo loynl to the jilatforin and de to Drynn Mr Towne while I homoI1 t nniirae H Increased the ehnnecR of dem i I Innd HiiceoKs In New York fate JIm boon nominated sew York hove boon torn asunder with notional lights TTho democratic national committee IU preparing actively for the cam pnlgn Along with the roollzatlbn 1 that it In to bo n serious campaign against trust influences and repub URn machine organization 1in the abiding certainty of u dcmoeratle vic tory next November ADOMH PATTRnSON WORDS OF WARNING Prophetic tltiTunco of Wrmlilnwlon and Vcbsler Ciincernlnu- ImpirlnllNiii In hi farewell addnMR Wachlntgon warned his people against time tlm when aygrcfated wealth should bt oome arrogoHt and tyrannical III I propbctto irfrtt foresaw the day of McKlttlrytan and trusts No less clearly did Lincoln fore find foretell the very times that have como upon the ooHtitry Ills words ofI warning were I see In the near future a errata ap praacalmt that unnerves MM ami eau w sae la trctnbl or UN mtuy at my coun try An a result at the war ovrnorattotM haw Iwea nroIHMt and an era of eor ruption In htgh places will follow and UM mon y power of the country will en O avor to prolong Its r+ign bjr working upon the prejudlcvn of the people until all the wealth In aRsrennird In a few hands and the republic destroyed I feel at this moment more anxl ty for the safety f my wintry thun ever before eves In the mMet of war Qed grant that my ptaUa may prove erounJlww- Hl fears wore not groundless They have beep rrallzed In snore terribU form thuM ever he hsaglaed qMible lib anxiety for lib eonHtry was well foNMled There retun Ins but one rteJ In his prophecy nnfullllled the de traction of the republic All this IU not pest believing tinlM the people shall the In their might and overthrow the tyrant wealth before it has MIH jtoted them to Its tower jo completely that there IIn no relief except throug- the frightful method of war There wax another greet American In his day now scorned and KcofTvd aad hold In contempt as a little Amer lean by time Hauna MeKJnlcy iuallty Ills name wan Daniel WelMler Ho too with jiropbetlc spirit divined the day of MeKlnleylim Gild framed the people agnlnct it The seeds of Im dayoThough be wrought mightily to ex terminate them up to the ost day of his lift he mild sot do MI Arbitrary government may have ttr rltorle and digest ponaVetunn breaswWtrary governments may rule by dlf fur enI laws and different systems W can do no Hoch thlnzn They must be of us port of u or etue strangers I thin I MN a couree aileptrd which U likely 1 o turn the ewMtltutlon of the land Into a tlrformrj monitor Into a curie ntthri tHan a lJIIrarleg In fancy A frame of a Havqual got nlmenl net founded on pop ular rcprmteintatlon not founded on equal I sty but on the groiwett Inequality and I think that thus process will co on or that there U danger that It will no on until thin anion shall fall to piece Helit It today sad always Whoever falter o whoever nloa 1 continue to centi t Kit litr Ihla must become an ar trary government or we wnM give u colonial puesewiuns 7ergeaias or the OHKtltHtion and law of the UnitedJ States Ito opposed to different fort i of government for different people olI the pates Tlie ConntltHtlon will be some u deformed montcr If 111is mad pea plc and another thing for others And sage It becomes a deformed monster It may turn and devour IU creators VfWtfr foresaw that Melvinleylstn would caste though he never ceased restating the tendency He foresaw at Uueola dW tin ultimate destruction tloved land of liberty the land both no well unleca there was a rad i eel change in the tendencies of theli ctorsfor oar people and both tad euiflctent 1 ground for predicting It Voice from the peat ivarn the rater s of the United States To route then selvrs before It Is too late The av cNKaloted dangers foreseen by Wash ington and Lincoln and Webster arc npoii the people of time United States Helena Independent PRESS MOMENTS If the republican party ammo eredn In fastening the Imperialistic doctrine lOR time AmerUai people the Declaration of Independence and1 the Fourth of July will Income a fsree1V J ISrynn On the qticitlon of Imperialism nod the tarots the country in against the republican jwrty and if the toln orals do not EO far oblige their op IHHicnt ON to pnh there rcblemu injlo the background Mr MeKlnley IB likely to be beaten ttraoklyn Clt zen The McKInlcy and KooKcvel- ttlekct amid the cheers which greete It In Philadelphia lint wltnitwod its only tiny of enthuBlasm and from now on must fall Into that mediocrity at1 estimation which attaches to till In ufllelrut nnd the bungling Atlanta Constitution It 1s n remarkable circumstance that In the midst of nil our boasted prosperity this year so fur has sown more strikes and shutdowns than fo many corresponding periods past hoggishrIt wont distribute itself enough Houston lost The republican party demnn8c- that the constitution lie amended be fore the trust question should be grappled with On time other hand thr party made no acruplos of violet lug the constitution for the benefit of tlje tniHtR In the Porto hico queeI tfonIeorin HeraldTranscript The republicans are somewhat alarmed over the political situation iin Wisconsin caused by what one of their leading papers calls the om inous silence among ttime Germans The Imperialist plunge of the admin istration does not rest sash on the Oerman mind The silence of the Germans is dealared to resemble tIlt cituatlan at the outset of tho cam pnign over the Bennett school law nl some years ago which drove the Germans In n body over to the democrat and onrrlud the state against there publJcans Pittsburgh Post The Trust Problem To a thoughtful mind the trust problem h one of serious import It must be firmly grappled with for it creeps upon society be Core you are aware of its existence iin this respect much resembling the various disorder which attack the stomach much as constipation indigestion dpepIIIIJbillou i now liver and kidney troubles Hoitettcrs StomAch Hitters is the we reliable ri nedy for all such ailments Be sure to gk it a trialJ MoSwatten sod McSwitters had sworn off imoking for three months One do had ibout four weeks ifter the bargain made tho two met lacbwas dying beena pood cigar Say John said iic Swittor kept your end of the bargain I You bet tlighed JlcSlrltttr I tant al ford to low ten dollars N tither can 1- List look hers I must have II smoke Toll what Ill do fll pivc you two dollars saidseeMcSwitteri He tuck the two and placed them in his vest pocket Ill buy he said Half an hour later he was on his way home chuckling softly lrSwillers was the twelfth man who bed bought him oQ ou- the cigar deal Syracuie Herald I U Yon Have Pimples Tetter Eczema or any dlieate of the skin or Mucous Membranes that oan be reached by an outward application it can be cared by using Palmers Lotion the grcA beautifier and Skin Curer which should be kept in very household ready for any emergency Lotion Soap will greatly asiiit In curing all such aUlirtion Jf your drug iit does nd his name to Solon Palmer 3741eariStreet New York and re ceive tee pamphlet of testimonials with sample of Lotion or Soap A Henry ease Mack 0He41 Hard times have broupk about a change with Blighter I remember when he always Lid a case of champagne in the cellar now he hat only a ease ofbeer Luke Warme Well vou know rcum itaaccs aUcr caves Chicago Evening Nt uCforIlsetowels I toba youbolvelsrare you without a gripe or pain easy natural movement cost you jut l cants to tart getting your health back CsMareti Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal belt every tablet Lae C C C itamped on it Keware of imitations What Hurt The other eider observed the candidate In much apprehension tare putting nomit damaging reports in circulation Hut DO money tfl speak of rejoined the ehairmsn of the campaign committee com placently Detroit Journal Marquette on Lake Superior Is one of the mot charming summer resort sI reached via the Chicago Milwaukee k St kIts healthful location beautiful scenery good hotels and complete immunity fromI hlY foyer male s rummer outinR et Ala h queue Jitcb very attractive from lobe comfortnFor a copy of The Lake Superior Coun try containing a description of Marquette sad the copper country address with four 4 cents s to pay poitflpe Geo H IIcoiTord Genera Pauenger Agent Chit ago 111 AecbaeonoRyhi thIe sake walk af the ancient The rake walk unfitted ofa number of movements evi deilgned to atiUt the dilution of eke Hente Xhe nameDetroit Journal M M Moore Clerk City Council Colum bus Ua writes I have knownfeethip 4 Teething 1owder to remove worms whenI another remedies had failed One of tbe baffling mysteries of nature Iii the pie that molts in tilt mouth but feeli olider than a brisk in the It4m1cbDe trait Journal Koch package of ruruu FADHWS Drcs salon wither Silk Wool or Cotton jicrfoctiy Sold by all druggist Vflrn yen rntet an elms seta1 ore it fore a stepping atone Cbioago Daily News aiAUKIET ltii OUT Cincinnati July 1C- GATTLB Common t3 25 fe 4 25 Select biitcliiTS 500 1 5 15 CALVES KxtrnH I 05l- lo1SSohn pnckera 5cO 11 5 45 Mixed packers 5 35 ft 5 40 SmmlCholoc 4 10 4 25 LAMHSICxtrn 0 26 tt 0 35 FIOITK Spring cant 4 35 B 5 00 11lIBr1No 2 red i- 0coltsSo S mixed TO I5Yr OATS Xo 2 mixed Qt 27 RYK Xo 2 Of 02 IAYholoc tlmothyH 2net4 50 MUSS PORK fins 50 LARDA ffr 0 OS i- UUTTKKCh I dnlryrtV 14 Choice creamery Jfe 21 75o1OTATOKS 1or brl lOOn 1 10 TOHACCO Xew 1 20 t17 00 Old 4 00 r2 75 CHICAGO FLOITK Win patent 4 10 fit 4 20 WHEAT Xo S red 79 70ftI Td40rrOATS Xo 2 r 4 58Vt1OISK 512 GO 15 LAUD Stcnm C CO Q 0 77 Vi NEW YORK- FLOUR1Y1n pntiiit 4 00 1 4 5- 0VHIUTXo 2 red fii 83- COHX Xo 2 tnlxeat 4711 0A ISo 2 mixed ft 2ns- RYK ql tkmyE flOliCMess 13 00 13 71 LAUD Stomn 7 17 UALTJMORE 1vllf1rSo 2 roil71tfcQ 7Ptl 77d4nMa O18So 2 mixed 27th t aCAIlLlrFirst quo15 l0 r1I 5 2S HOOP Wenturn 5 80- INDIANAPOLIS tr fi 10 RlllwlrSn 2 red Qr 75 CORN No 2 mixed CFn 4111 OATS No 2 mixed 25t4 LOUISVILLE 1LOITIt11111 patent 4 50 n 5 00 WHEAT No 2 rdtI 75 Olt111xttlrtl 471 27rlOHILARD Steam Clt 7 GO L no Your reel Ache and nurn Shake into your shoes Allens Foot Ease I NewShotsI I andSWtftllShoetanritAddressi i uge of Thin philosopherAt M Jw iis about real to be reformed him teUPhiladelphia North American The Ilmt 1rpkcrlpllnn for Clillln and Fryer ta a bottlo of GIIOVKB TARTMXSS gulntnginataMceasformI It ii+ iropoHiU to pleaic Our friend If IIrtcOUldtuliigt they get mid Atchiaon Globe To Cure n Cold In Onr Day ALdmvfrsqA Desperate ManMerehantDo you speak Uermanr Needy Applicant I nevtr have bat gracious III tackle it if you give me a job Indianapoli Journal PuVt Cure cannot be too highly ipoken nf ThirdMcf Tit grettfit nuis nee theI person vvlo u lest puttering afoundrAtehifon Globe Ilalli Cntnrrli Cure I taken Internally Price 75c t1iecutareTis sweet to kits so is Kiime Gum to chewoTM dnner table is certainly a table of In tern ihicago Daily sews ABSOLUTE SECURITY w I CenulneI Carters Little Liver Pillsl I IMust leer Signature ef See PacSladte Wrapper Beaow 1Y1sR aa ay-N take vands i CARTER S FM RiAIACHE FM IIZZINUS FIR IIUIHSNESS FIR TIRP1 LIVER FIR CIHSTIPATIOM FIR SALLIW SKIN FIR THE CIMPWIDI II =I cadT e atsawrstwva I i 1 CURE SICK HEADACHE IIFIRST EXCURSION The Season to ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY OCEAN CITY SEA ISLE CITY AND ATLANTIC COAST RESORTS nSOl SWRoyal Hue Line Thursday Aug 2 VERY LOW RATES 1500 ROIWBIP- JUOUISV1UUE 1400 ROUND TRI- PCINCINNATI Corresponding low rates from other stations Tickets good 13 days For particulars and descriptive matter call on any agent or address O P MclAUTY General Pasienccr Art CIXCIWATI O CHICAGOTO OMAHA Double Daily Service UowllnerlaRock ford Dubuque Waterloo Fort Dod aoa Council Dlulls Buffe- tIlbraryamoking ears ileeplnc oars tree reclining chair ears dlnlof cars Bend to the underslBned fora free copy of Pictures and Notes EnRoutlllu6traCo- nl this now line as seen from tno car window Tickets of acents of I C K It nod connyctlos h uses L 1L UAHBON Gl A 100000 OASXXIN ANY VASE TV1IEKE India Hair Destroler Falls Ircnedl dLlm 0 Arid lrlaraUonlno qujIllIbu1 IRON BEDS AT 42 CENTSlrtb WE DO NOT SELL Iron Bd by thelhbnttblywhet our f280 Iron 1If would eott rfr Ib If tIQCl I It11t1teburkeEUpkohkredloVelonroteCOMPLC II LINE or Ytteeloa Tanleraook t1aes Ubnry 7ablra ChIlonJen typpo e1dDordrl- Vanlrub1 tomeuuom mlmlturetu fart ANY ARTICLE oceoce to furetb your hume Seed rot ere 111lIu 4IIU IiUIfon1llnar 1110 para Wcanavorouatieaet5lereetonsourp T flC ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE MINNEAPOLIS MINN i s For Infants and ChildrenIn us1Thlor SIEnalurm Ow Thirty Years OftheKind You Have Always BoughtT- HC I CIHT UBCOMr NT TTNUaATTtt7etw Tan C- rrfili T- J An Cs TExpensive ipS I risI the one which you cut off and = = throwaway every time that you smoke a Five Cent cigar There is I = nearly as much labor in making this = t end as all the rest of the cigar and yet everyman who buys a cigar cutsII it offaria throws it away You = all you pay for vhn you smoke ill I OldVirginia Cheroots 5 8 Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this =1 i a you Ask your own dealer Price 3 for cents I1 i I Long lIsland Beaches and Woodlands f i IDEAL IN EVERY RESPECT FOR A DAYS OUTING 1 A SUMMERS REST A PERMANENT RESIDENCE rut and Frequent Train Service Roadbed Cinder Ballasted and Oiledtt y= Ample and Comfortable Traveling Accommodation GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS Send stamps for Illustrated Books as Long Island descriptive followaIIUnique Long Island tCycllsuLONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY tH M SMITU H B FutrKRTON 4 Traffic Manager Special Agent Pass Dept + + It It tt h I 1 J 4Popular Cheap Excursion r- C NIAGARA FALLSiThu- rsday August 2 BIG FOUR ROUTE Only 7 00 Trip found 1iez X1d1itrL =aJ leebm Oniy UGO More than Rate to Niagara Falls Tickets rood returntor Twelre Dar Including date of Bata Elecant trains of Pullman Sleeping Car nnl blshbacked coagbe pereooallr conducted bY reprerenutlve f the Ills Fourwho vrlil look loiter the wants ct the paurarera These excursion need no Introduction to the public and the popularity of the Blr FourCbe natural route to Niagara Foils via Hufliilols welt known Full Information In pamphlet form can be obtained from Ills Four ticket alllra- WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPB Cell Pass tit Tkt Agt A OA t T Agt CINCINNATI O INCHESTERII r FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder sheltson the market compare witheN 4QeRIVeL In unl fermlty aadstroog shootloj quillUe Sure Hrp WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO r w New Haten Con rn TE DR E MOFFETTSXiISF I Makes StrtngthcRi Regulates rrllatfliiAMsDigesilr Teething the the Bowels Child Easy T Rdleves the 80wd ofCostsI t t Ormill2iccllta to cJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO x BEAttEUS OF THIS TAPER DESIRING TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BUOUU INSIST UTON I1AVINC WUAT TREY ASK FOIL 11EFU31NO ALL BUlISllTUTKa Olt IMITATIONS I 1Ipi bIA= ==== = = = o cFINE COFFEE OLD RIO 1O Raga 37 GEMTS y SSS Fine Old Santos Corlee l0 lbs 070 We san saro you IIle nnuay ftate tSeWUrkttbUbetarotLeadaursotralearlradrotItadarglringnurnt otrheI rRed Stlfc endfooup SPECIAL 32PAOfi PRIQtJ LI3TrtTlnttrreVUracrteennlhvW4 t utter- artlclts 11Cl wflil ring t111 r price UL AL COODS at Wh Fewrat 11I VrlcehyposConoumftra Snd for curls Ua a ourw ea C2J11iJ II All Llrull bandkdby RE ISTERIOPHAJ1MACISJSI All kinds of futrnt Wdlclnoi at whole Io rrlee ltucca umeTT ow beakror aaditwllkMTyou rvl l u 70 than any tntmens Ton eumaksa nowoods arotoldStta pronUhatdrun err so HIIY JiiI SAhDI A AIM CONSIDERIIPRI81H MAR It fA larnulFS Harlwd wir 1- IrIoarIUua orolbepleepapne V + t5 w It nets w 1 M ROYEPT1 SUPPLY HOUSE MINNEAPOLIS MINN T 1- a c IiI 5 yk I I h I Building tt- jj Material i ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM c BEfll 1h Doors and Windows Shingles 0tt Lime and Cement Builders Hardware 4Paiutsj Oils etc ESTIMATES J CHEERFULLY 1 j FUKNIKIIEIj I FEEDSTUFFS t 1lIay Oats Ooru Bran etc etc IS l j l L Pe WS Ellison TC I iiul for SaleII have n goal farm 2 ij milos of Mos cow Ky of 325 ncros all clear for wile at 82G per acre Its a bargain for thl price Must sell by Aug ICth or tNimWrite or call Terms easy Several farms for sale in Ky and TennIJ F IALLI7134 Fulton Ky DROVE TOE NEGROES OUT People are Called to Account For It j I anItI Thebes precinct Illinois have for mant years refused to allowany negroes to ro side ir their neighborhood They have hesitated at nothing to enforce this reg ulation resorting to physical violence sometimes when threats did not servo the purpose But it seems now that therwill have to abandon this policy or come in conflict with the law j Tho J H Murray Lumber Co one of the big lumber concerns of the North has been towing its lumber to Thebes for transfer to C A E1 cars for trans portation north and thoy use negroes in the work The people drove the noJ groes out under threats of deatli The Thebans say they must employ whites or they cant stay and the company says they cant get tho white labor The rail road company has taken up the fight and will leave nothing undone to force the citizens of Thebes to change their r attitude on tho negro question They of will demand tho courts to protect their employees but as the Thobans r Lpegro the ground they hold that muchl r advantage Svc rhA Gun for JCerenge The French Consul at Shanghai at a reception Saturday made an impassion SIedThe history of tho world can show no parallel to such a situation and if the aboiumble crime the mere thought of which makes it shudder has been perpetrated then it is our desire that shalltcommitted itapJ Too Old for Lendersv Look over your list of presidents says Tip in the New York Press andtsee what a fine ago each arrived at oxlt cepting of course the few who II j l were taken off by the hand of the as cassiu Washington was 07 John Adams 90 Jefferson 83 Madison 85 Monroe 73 jJohnQUIncy Adams 80 Jackson 70 Van I Buren 79 W H Harrison 78 Tyler 71 1 Polk 53 Taylor 05 Fillmore 74 Pierce j 04 Buchanan 77 Johnson 66 Grant 03p Hays 71 and Arthur CO while Clevelau- still lives at 03 and Harrison at 67 c Latest In Kiulwiijs l lTheThe latest thing in Railroads is one iin London or under London which cot ct Uo an inch It is only six miles long 1hutHis from seventy to ninety feet boI M low the surface Its route is frond Shop UxbridgwL Holborn Newgato and Oheapsido to thei r J Bunk It has cloven stations about half I rnmile from one anotherIThe railway is laid in two cast iron tunnels cloven feet six inches in dint n o glog other trains going in tho opposite dire r4 Lions run separate stations being llro1 vided for the up and down trains A peculiarity of these tunnels is that they do not always run level with each other sometimes one being built above the other Tho stations arc on the street an j from these tho passengers descend to the j trains by electric elevators or if they prefer by spiral stairways j I White MaR Turned YellowI Great consternation was felt by theii friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington I Ky when they saw he was turning yel1 low Ills skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice Ho I was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then ho was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful I Stomach and Liver remedy and he says After taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and lUll I fey troubles Only CO cents Sold by all Druggists I 4 THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE Opinions of Some of the tountrjs- Urrnlest Lenders nud Statesmen Wo hold those truths to be solt ev dent that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life liberty and tho pursuit of hnpplnm That to S03iiro rights government are instituted auioui- woo deriving thoir Just powers from tho consent of tho governed Tho Decs laration of Independence If there bo ono principle more deeply written than any other in tho mind of ovary American It is that wo should hove nothing to do with conquest Thomas JeffersonhNo man is good enough to govern an other man without that others consentC I say this is tho loading sheet aucbor of American Republican ism When the white ulna governs himself that is self goreruwout but when he governs himself and also gov ores another man that is moro than self government that is despotism Abraham Lincoln A Republic can havo no subjects Ift tongt government must bo changed An perial policy nullifies every principle sot forth in the Declaration of IndoptmdI encl WJ Bryan I speak not of forcible annexation i because that is not to be thought of andJi under our code of morality that wouldI be criminal aggression President Me Kin icy No matter how easy may be tie yoke of foreign powerno matter how light ly it sits upon the shoulders if it is not imposedi by the voice of his own nationI and of hits own country ho will not d he cannot and ho means not to happy under its burden Daniel Wob star The Constitution has made no pro vision for our holding foreign territory still less for incorporating foreign nations Into our Union Tnomas JefftT souArbitrary government may have tcr and distant IJOSSOSSIQUS because arbitrary governments may rule themIi xystelu11as tt bo ot us part of us or else strangers Daniel Webster There is no territorial aggrandizement which 18 worth the pries ot bloat Onttriumph should be by growth and or expansion in obedience to Jlrejj established harmony recognizing alII ways tho will of those who are to beI come our fellowcitizens Charles Sum norBorn in a land of liberty uiy anxio recollections my sympathetic feelings and my best impulses arc irresistibly exalted whensoever in any country 1 see an oppressed nation unfurl the banner freedom George Washington riskwhoa buyCbamoorlntns CowJCUJHickmanj will refund yonr money if you are not satisfied after using it It is everywhere admitted to bo the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that ever lath It is pleasant and reliable Disgusted1 With Man A young man who has tried two or three months of soldier life writes bon 10bon to toll how ho missus the society of wo mon Follow citizens if you want to preciate a woman got away from hor- You dont know what the Creator didI ho performed tffo first surgical v oration on Adam If you want to know what n grand glorious sugarcoated thing woman is just join the army as I did Sco nothing but won from morn 10llflwithl with the oleo hole men tarry men walk over men succor men see mono m roan and nothing but roan live in atmosphere of profanity at the end ofat three weeks you will lho passional Egyptil1nI yearsdaniiI tootles Ex r sWhy They Starry Moro women toll in love with n ma love than with the man himself for the heart feminine takes to admiration a devotion like u duck to a mud puddl- 1Vbut made you worry him if y didnt love him ono girl will say to anI other Why because ho loved me That was robson enough wasnt IU will be tho answorof1 know I didnt euro u hair for him but it was perfectly heavenly have somebody around who was always saying that I was the loveliest thing earth and the sweetest and the pretti and tho brightest It was just like co iling into myTightH you know Yes but utter a few years of mat mony = hItI palsdo I h Ihnvoj telling0 ho ill And hes so grateful then that he goes into tho same old crazy spells of ad miration thud ho had when wo wore first engagedDont diplomatic I gainhunting scheming women on ti i peace iwmmisHJon wed got the Philip pines with an SUU price tug attached hnvoItISiHtcdered in first class shape and then there nndfUHstngA military company with 40 mem bers was organized at Mayfield 1 last week Rupert Wright is captain Nelson Heaves first lieutenant and i Crosslaud second lieutenant i Properly Riallls Jeoluud i Icrt by NealigelleeTR- KASUltr DurAtrrtauvv OPPICK OF COM INTKUNAL REVUM WASHINGTON D lI Juno 17 1900 N gentstFrom reports received by this oftVi i is shown that runny Stat ofllccrs iuh as Gasify Recorders Register Ol rk or others charged with tho otllcla r cording instruments of conveyances mortgages ami I PBof property omitted to note 11011I tho record of such instrument m ince Juno 13 1893 whether the oripnill j instrument was stumped its requiredt the Stump Act and tho amount of il110 stump 1In some Recorders oltlcort hundred f such records Imo been found wIll ii j ave occasioned investigations nndi writing of u largo number of loft to hero the tactonly developer Li 1 large majority of ciisoa that tho origin iinstrument in tho loads of tho grunt I or mortgage had beon proporly stamp ed at tho data of execution This condition of nlfaln and the lalriimixised upon Internal Revenue ollUrr thereby and tho annoyance to the ti- j iyors resulting is duo entirely to tUI failurej of the Recording ofllcor ton i tthat tho original instrumont rerxnidt by him was properly stumped nnd I amount of till stump In somo such cases Colleotorfl him saute inquiries as to whether uny pwul was incurred by Saab negligence t It Recording oflicor To such 5iiuln Intorualij jnegligence other than to declare flirt the defective record shall not be usedw ovidenco jdisqunlitblfarjToro U matter VI grave importune t every community As illustrating tho vtfeot upon iroH r thb0only necetssary to to ai stracts of title undo from otlioial rcoord The abstractor finding no indication hlll the conveyance or mortgage hud hern tampedcould not conscientiously otr tify to the title ubeinK valid in th grantee or mortgagee The proiuir remedy for such oiubwoi j by Recording officers would seem to I i J that publicity ho given to the taut gnu i entityI in their several cuminunUles lL j Internal Hevonuo t3licurl and by INtlll cation that projicrty rights are IN h j i t jjeopardized by the negligence of wirti I otllcers I tItis of course to bo understood that tho dofcottvo record does not inrajIdBt i i he original inatruuiont if it I stamped Tho Iloss of the origfnuSin strumunt might In such case sauce trou bio Rcsixxjtfully G W WILSON Commtatifonor ANo indemnity of land or gold con atop for the ChincKO massacre of Minister und the mun women and children of tb American Legation In Pokln Tho Krill old Momio law aloud tits this etaSQvr I A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER The WEEKLY AMERICAN the Load inK Southern Weekly till Oct 5th 1900 and a Guess in a 825000 Vn Guessing Contest for only 10 Cent Watches Free Send 10 cents to tho Weekly American i Nashville Taiiu curl you willhsoot the Weekly tno loading the south till Oet 5 1000 You CUll alI have n guess in the i1320 corn gnw contest Quesa amber of gruins on ui average size oar of white Indian oon length 8yy lushes i diameter at 1 I lagtM end 2i inches in middle 2luchat small end 2 inaliCH To tin suv scriboror subscribers naming the IT scot or nearest correct nnuibor ft urai on tho oar wo will givo 8260 in etch If moro than one correct guess tho ainoo will divided The our of corn IIIUll placed in the American National Slum uuhnsketl and under seal Content ebIOH Aug 4 OuesfiUH must he iwnt u withxubwnlptiouhunFor a slob of thirty now unbwriptiu a 10 cents snob we will give a gas monthITand the club raiser oun have thins us well as each subscriber tarot hotallowed grLIIiand sample copies TilE AM1 IUCMCNashville Tuna J nsCouunlaselancrNolIce I I 11ULTOS CIRCUIT COUUT llulntllteagainst V F PouI Admr ic Doft J Notice is hereby glean to the Creditor of Goo D Mettx deceased that the UIII doralgncd Commissionor of Fulton Cir cult Court under an order in tho alwv r styled cause will attend at his olllce OJI Kuntucktoy 1 l t I thiCourt iest1 i prodmspecified above will bo forever barred TAYLORriMaster Comr t urlBI111r11111iMVIIt1C1t NOHee- FULTON CIRCUIT COUItT D A Luton admr Plaintiff J against t I luitI I M E Goons et a1 Defendant Notice Is hereby given to thu eruditeof N J Goons deceased unI T unin nn order in tillI obese hisotllcoandentacky streets from tho duly horc f until1 turnoftho tat of IIIi II o and hen Decedentandi llhlandIIthoII iWfonerharredP TAYLOR I MlSf Fulton Circuit Court By fo DILLON Su Deputy i And Such N 1lImeII Tim snmo pooplo n Hill in tho Chicago Convention cltPirod him at Kansas City Ho left Chicago in 180U with tho nnnthomoH of all good Democrats following tool He left Kansas City tho total popular man in till party next to Bryan This only goon to show how floklo unit uncertain iis a IIIUUH fumo in the realm of politics Proctor hotel null Stevenson Proctor Knott long a friend of Mr Stfvuiison sold this of him platsctntfrtuturois tho absolute purity of his thought told tin unfailing consult onay of Ins moral rnnduot A professed buliuvur in tho rollgiolhAround for wvoa a Husplrioii of tho nln cnty of hit faith I havo savor kuown a more blatnulUHS lire Throughout an luiiimlutnuctwhlp of oxoopt tonal full uutcy rauuipg through nearly twenty yiars 1 have never known hUn to ntttr rlJillllf++ fir impurity Tho Hcxt rood lor Intellectual ThouKht No man rtn role Intelligently iinlein lir thinks iniRlllK nlljr In + Ide time of Hr nnJ tamer ofawn ii trereet HII to lulellu m thinking wad the lust i 41511 fir luielliqoni IhexthhI thai new jinter vrMeli lIs trentnll Mini tied lmp rUDt plllrlwll iissuer are Jolly rowing meta liiitmrliint An Intelligent iiBileriunillng of the policy ofr nation r a jrwl lqlltl1I party lion Moiiieihln to loel lulIMndi Ii the dUIr very eiiiten to iliiirumhijf inform hiiaielf u the trailingI twptelf the day Tho Semi Weekly Republic iH he trerlet ef til uesep part In telegraph ic rndl cable newt ferric easelI Ilrt ef any r her IHirer It prints the new new tully not iintglntllre ocurrvMM but dem6 + lIe suit norlIIIItlnl tally uihntJetteJ fuses The policies of the Krt pelltiell par ISM are now belli j formed end the enndl datr discussed Now U tku time le iub cribe ter the beet medium af UIpinlt In I touch with the sble world The 8ocnl Vekly Republic ItsIIlUhlle t replole rnell inue nih the Imttef pealnl artl0lea Itsgr I bnllllt1 half woe tivtraltea hue rl rwrdy Dlule It fames+ sad their iH lli7 preeertrdI ItrrrlaarIare illtMirated and enUrged wpM In a mnner eruall it the hljhpHefd atrga afar Eienti ef turroat iHteroet are ea forth ID Dierl lnlnc style There i e bu htnefilorseal reek eiquUlttly llluniraied and de icrlbelt The Htpubllee Sunday M181 else leI rlaodanl The iut+ rlpilon tries r the Ileml Weekly Utpubllc ii t1 per year Tbj Ite public Sunday 1logrslae IIt L 1S6 a year Doth paper rte new being feted alikeery low price if 160 tor sae Tear TV- cause this low rate bath molt be ordered and paid fir at the tame lisle Addreii all orders to TUB HKFUIILIC SL Louie Me THE STEVE STARJ- flvcry marl Feed Ml able nUKKhUOrlOlf Clinton Street wort of Hiokinnu Wag datiou given Your NitronuK noli it wL I ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD I i m CALIFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati and from IxxiIiTllle ererJ Monday and Friday Trent Clileigo etery Wednu1a1 terconallj conducted nun through to Lou Angeloi and Hn Franciico vln New Orleans In connection with the Southern Iurifio Conneollnn luvJe wllh ilmly lr lnn mil of NPW Or lease tar the Pacific Caratl The limited of Ibe Illlnoli Central eonneetti on Mondays and Tburtilar nt New OrlYana with IheSuaeel Limited out of the Southern acific giving upecml through nerviee to Sin KranoHeo i PULL lAItTIGUJltS ronnnrnluK all of the above eon be bud nf agenda of the Illlnolfl Central or by nJ drewlng W A ICelUnl A O 1 1IIxxilsTille K- yR MilI AND i OHIO IIItAIMWAUI i TilE POPULAR LINE FOR I St Lonla Chicago 81 Paul Oiualin Kiln mi City Detroit Toledo and all points I flush East and West Cairo New Or Meant 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