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portUioTi 1I1H diviaion tw iwtiui the KaUom We know hut the Amertaiu imbltfl have grown ffliuntar With Mich tJftnMwton Hint purpose And it pfxwimfHHi the jxwfriu 01 Chine know thafiims Hemw the formidable Uhmw nrHnntaaUou known ni tits Ikuirg noinjttliiiiK elmllar to the oM Know Irot1ihtg ornantznUou In lhi United Stattf with the haul 017 of China for the Chinaman Under thlc battlu cry they bae built tin tho IJoxijra null thqy nro ajtjwrautly airong urtllaa thttChlnoco govornuQnt hurt pratably wfril ocittfJW It At knitI lljo Qhlufed government Ili IlOWerlMI to control tho dozer If thu Itamn aotild know Umt tha big JfnUam kid no In Itfttttoii to onquer wits hide their therpNJedlee whlflh k wlliHr thrlr nmka It InI the OhtiiM prejudlne tke xeltle and Ineltod Utat IMC 1 1d1 to whatever k1Iltu rued tHUflMiana Umt have renlt ifl Mad thereareurrovpmdatAo the- retr by war or ein giiraWwi and throe leader hers and In Kurope who favor thu contiutat of China aid sup t+ bwt rot without atrocities and niaataeree the + peopto never justify war =o f f fi lOQ1n111SM pow to Atlnirvfllu Ky to vttt ratoUvw MvgthINItor W U UMTM MIH btmilr of Dnxlor M3not vtttlttiiK MM M R stage I Mien UnlUn Mnowjr imps ntiiniMi fnim a visit to iHdbww Twin R 4 Mu bile AM A MHwnnl o swan has married hIfor iet motliorlM Iarr Kvidmlty IM IMM + 141fM1t1ad tit r oerrliug as Mm J II Kdmi and Mim Alau i- EskerI ers Mosdhtp tlw llok nwuu meet Lu 411 1 fAIr weir ill Manuel onuroh infe w tk- Itevii1JI W U HeeveawlllooiKlBcl the rrvtoti at Popfar Orwre Huxday morn tog and At tlw ItanUet Church nt utgbi 0e AMfUMl 84h Dm K OyA lit IL llyM HI1 Mil tlnkvln hum Unifll City to J11 00 aai on uouuunl uf JJakHlltJI PreeismsUunr Vaata Fur Sale Fur Newt Duet IuwjMl Tu In etc imwrVwl in UM Courier mk um coat a word each hum liua IefHooal iwonlitMta free Tkto ID Uto UHM of year when body wnata tu Mt awaj Iiw home seed1 their rests1 Work A chanRe of tannery uad MurroutulingM iu good for anybody The lIollHww IM101lIre uoMin an grlHir muotiiur iwar Mt Manuel Obarah OH Iluktt road life week Roy Hall of this etty Ila wHiduDthiK the lD the Muritwa wits doultUew 1lt oeaUuuwl Utruufh next week Uvwybody Invited The hulldiMtf of levees on Ute Min nourl wit of the Mie fcaippi will awne what MRl uaMMi Ute tieeeaMity NIH 1m jwrtHiKH of Ittrem oil the Keiitiioky Mild Toiniwwoe ildr How do you answer this fttot yuu who opibea Lime IIllekinanl suit1 Tiptoavllto luyttt onlerprlw withandthe iniHiriaIintio spirit of Ute Rrpuhli LIIII iidininlatration Illtharto ito mrty in thla country his dared to proclaim Uial Its oiindldntea Hhnuld hold ollloe fur inoro than lour yenra ne provided by UIB fttduntl constitution Tho illtnolN Control Kntlroail ties oointnuiioitd time ootutniotlon of brunch + little In WiMtcrn Tenntaneo an well IM MlwliHlppl mill 11 will nut bu nmny inontlm liuforo a mad will bu otwied be twcon Dyoreburg ami the Oblon river tho objoot of which isi to jipim n large urvn of valunblo thnher uouotry A Milvntion army ndvortLsor wroto on a WHlKKinl What Bhail I do to be HiWGdT A patent inedlolue man uanle along null wrote underuowth Flake OartorH Little Liver Illla Shortly afterwards thwSalvntion Army tiiiin in pnayinij that way ajfaiu iiotlcett tho sac riligioiiK work of Itho modicum man nail wroto holow And thou preparo to moot your locI =Tho big cusp mooting nt Curtnor Hpriiigfl on Roalfoot Jjnko will bo hold Aligult ftd to 10th Tho ooiiimltteonn nbunoc that tho law will bo strictly un forced against Urn sale of InloxlaalluK liiiuow and miwlomuaiiora of any kind whatsoovor Tlioso who attend aro prom ised free water frco shade and froo no fens to till service at tho Inborn i y L P W S I3ns r l j t 1 i i Jtiwg tN MfdSdmmer tJggestiQ Y tfI II f+ 1 7 f ttt Jt 4 1 It I Dr f1o a 1t tl 4 iiA r DeBartnle ttI rt 1 tl 3 r tlt r Gool J al1jtiIt tft J t it For T tlrifett1 1 jInf YtiV I 7anKM t j 15uISOD r fv UBMNANT i IiatLatiyLawwtf AT tmitlt PercnluK Itwnimnt 1MMH CHltoow 8M Itoytnaiit Conutorcte 1 ft Shirt Waists1 4 5 Thla item of tool castfsrtsblo eorrect Ladles weir w are fferiny utaltraotive vntuw at V 85o SOc 75c 8100 225 c t- IIIl frouI JOk Witthe ept priew lott J ltlit n Isis t1Mk0r1t oI I j rjl11 Jtr rynNSW VAN HKAV liVClW JTHW TJI1NOS IM attMll TOILBT AUTICLIBS for Jadi 1n linwt Mnnsacrps IIW UMnry LuuiJlUJ Tinuw BC SlSIluUtdtl put hOOOTyri air to the sword and crucified HoOO for sot nrreudertag Tyre- II C 108 Marina the Itomau xen eral alaMhl rpd iWotU Tentotu and AtsIIwolth nest Aix n C 40 Oclnvian Oaomr onlored the denth of 800 Uoutan Heoatem this uuutea of Tuliiw Oaeaar A I 70 Jewe to the number of 1100000 were maawered lu tM fall of J enMJa1emIend rat to dsctk tnhcWtaula SelualaHflO Btoiliaii Veaptwi In orI when over HOOO Ifreueh were at Palmero Ii17t at llartholouiewt unwacre oonitneiioed on the cveiilaK ot Ute fas tivnl at Parta Seventy UwnaaMd Jlnj rainChartI moUier CaUiarine de Med nta IOMMawacm of MacUoualda at Ulonooe SonUand for not anrreuilerlng to King William 1710 Twelve Uioiwmiicl Chinoee put to denim at llutavla In October under ttx8 of liMiirrectioii1- 8U4 Twentyfour thousand iiatlre ChriatlaiM miKWted murdered in Uoclmi Chimi nUll H8000 in Annum lotto Native OhrfaUntu in Arniontii nnmberiiiK from 80000 to WOOQnceonl tag to vnrioni reporta killed Iby Kunte or Turkish voldlera Au IJpnlflitilc of Dinrrlioca Mr Ar Bander writing from Oooon nut Chovu Ha rays thero lute lent qulte UII upkleutio of dlturboen thoru IHo had n severe nttnok nail was cured Ill tour dams Of Uhautborlutus Cello C holoni mid Uiarrho u rm rty ire alt so nuys ho recommended it to others and they any It is the beat medicine they over nisi Ior iwle by Cowotll As Cow lll Hiottmnn and A SI inn Stow Lino druKftil 1001 II V MISS HKliLU UIIUi Sioux Uitj la July 10 Judge A Vat WiiKunun of Slbux OILy Ima com pplulod thu organiiuitkm of n S14HXUXX coinpanyntProvldonuo I11 to mftuu d1foeliyItsnootloiM jnlnlnc IrlriH Advanco juinin hMH the MIDI mer cold IIN just now in the biJil of iu gkry no combine IMj tween the drngpietiS cud Ute manufar epld1lIbeU hortlH1InoauMM and an a raw uioe U sell lInn fur seventeen etta mars pet turns at wkolcsnle limit it waa a few month ago and twenty live cents more Iper OUIKM retell and It1M likely to go Hill bights 1 i ContagioniSalaalineM ieI a oontaffioua diaeaw tlu HMVobant afllloted with It give it U t Ire ji WMlMiiio the meolmuio to the pmfMh kwal1 man Ute man ti the laborer and eo it npread tintil your lhub IIIneaB yom dead HIM your town with it One cannot enjoy Uiediaeaitc clone The HjlirllnelllI I hoi 1 rp oAThllo Man Turned Yellow I IGrunt oonitorunUon was felt by tho friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington yolJoturriblyIliawits tmitttd by tho bwtt dootont but without benefit Thun ho wins advised to try Kleutrlu Hitters the womlirfnl SILXItArteronred ItA trial proves its nmUhlusV merit for all Stomnuh Liver and KitT ney troubles Only SOefiiUt Sold lIty all 1ruggtetsQmulhaoJlut McKonzic Now that his cousin Adlal in a candi date the frlunds of Ouinino Jim Ho Keuaio urn hoping that he will como out of hiding in tho rural distrii w of Christian County and mount the stump nnd lot tho people once more hour tho kind of omtory that lams Ixtvouiu fur too scarce in tlno litter dips MoKenxlo has few wmlt and no suporiow ok u nimpniKUor and tlio Dumoonits in fills Ki tion liope to hbhr muoh of him duri lUg tho prosunt oainpniijlu llomleredii I JomulIlJ e = fI rim iClQthingc s c i JDfpartmenti 1fiw We mlv rtUfi what V have 4 Anti Always have what we advertise l trot Ions 8 7500 Suits cut to g 498uut tt 1000 and 1250 Suits 850T- U 1250 and 1500 i050to vAi ftro actual moneysaving facts that will pay you to look into i+ v r IfftW8r Counter of t i s X 50c Shirts cntt 39c J t 75ctl tc tG59c X100r tt tt tt79c weatherlotl l j three oTtrie o SinrLj Fact Jool Clothes t fHot veathor fashion permits ayau to dress 1nf taste artd stylo without sactiGciag his csmfort Come in anti consult our Refrigerator liner r Scige CoatS aIldsits at 500 Flannelette Suits ooNoeltjrush Suits8200 L W S ELLISON Tberehasbeen profeaMtonal 345 Bargain P idvimmxrtcod A HIT Ot IIISTOItY How Roosevelt Chcucd OrasH nl the Untile of Situ Juan A WailiingtoH tolegram reys At the Knpaaa City Convention were many of tho mon who belonged to the voluntoor r glmant of cavalry which through tho influence of ItsI Lioutonant Colonel Tlioodore Itoosevelt had the good for wasIl Moxluo mm HOOIItI velt orderly on the any of Limo hard lighting at San Juan lull It was McMillans duty to keep elaso by tho ride of Roosevelt in order to curry iiiuesugwi and porfonlf oUior liko servlow McMillan told with pridu at KniMRa OiLy of Uie part he took in tae battle and proved by MieN froai Kooo Vtlt hint he wet lute orderly on time dry tnanUonodItoosovolt though game mild Mc Millan win the mutest nervous and lldg oty mum I ever atuv In danger and I havo soen lota of men in H heap moro danger then any of UH were in nt Sun Jnun hill DuriiiK roust of thu ohargo up the hill wo had to crawl on all fours through time tall ami Time bullets wore- avhizzlu r us mighty fart I vu mnined obese to Roosevelt all through time charge JHo was on his all fours mont of tho the hilt liku thu rust of us Not14wunl did he s tide to mu cir nnvlwdy chit during till oxritomonU l iotia it ku tit hid mouth ruinmcdtfo full of gnu Umt ho uouldnt havo Uilk od very plain hid ho tried lie kept pullin i the handful stnllln It in hiM innulhulw viii it and out timid then rammin another handful roots dirt tad all Ilofore them terrible hours was over Ill but Kooawvelt chaw ud UI1l1U1 spit out ciiuiili Kratw to makel a hay Still he did not llinoh Ho kept movin It wax just time aw ful uxeitomont that made him kuop ohawin KHWH Rev Dr JOSeph Doaliu Ilekott chaplain of tho Oriilinn brigade died at his homo near Ohiungo Saturday aged 70 y urs Ho nis Supurintondout of Public Instruction of Kontuuky from 1870 to 1801 Ho had been a rosidont of Illinois for time stint nine yuan r DICKS UNEASINESS It iis significant that Chairman Dick of tho Republican Salt Executive Com mitteo of Ohio now includes Ohio among the doubtful Status in time approaching election and furthermore announces that tho battle for national victory must bo fought in the West There is an abundantpromiso of Dem ocratic success in this authoritative Republican view of tho situation It is in tho West that tho Democratic national ticket and platform Is tho strongest Bryan and Stevenson are both Western men and in temperament sympathy with the spirit and aspirations tho West The Kansas City platform declaring imperialism to bo tho paramount issue of tho campaign of 1000 voiced exactly the sentiment of Uio West The sturdy Americanism which rallies to the cry of Save the Republic front Empire up peal with legitimate magnetism to tho American West Mr Dick of Ohio tins good reason to fear for tho Presidents chances in the Presidents own State Ho has equally good reason to bu apprehensive of the MiclmiganWissconsin take the hardest kind of campaigning to win time votos of those States for the Empire against time Republic The verydoubtfuliend all the Kingti menor rather all tho Empires machinery and money can ac uompIUh It Red Shirts In North Carolina Tlio white people in North Carolina havo grown tired of negro domination which they say is infinitely worse than the carpetbag regime during the recon struction period and an organized effort is boing made to rostoro white suprem acy They allege that wildly extrava gust tuxes aro llevied by ignorant legis IatoLl that the industries of the State are paralyzed and general ruin threaten ed Tho organization formed to restore whito supremacy Is time Red Shirts and it is said that ninny of tho negroes avo joined time whites and lire wearing the badge of the ordoil POLITICAL JURIES Negro Jnries the Only RimMy In Kentucky tho juries are made up + exclusively of white men aad a 1 ergsjj majority of the white men IB Kentucky are Democrats and therefore It hap t pens thattin selecting juries by lot a majority of the jurors happen to be Democrats Until lately the newspapers aud poliUclaM feerer drew the party lino in the seloctwt of jaran or coB s tended that Beceaearilr because ma jority of the jury differed ia polities from the prisoaer that therefore froM party prejedice they would convict even to the dQath penalty If the charge be traeIeiA aaerioBfi condition aid it II a tenriblq blow at our jury systeta To t admit its truth the law BbosW eenpel the selection of six Repablloaa auk sue Democrats on every jury and feeing thus selected from party reaaow would not they Ue inclined to stated iby tiwk party proctoely aa sel etod partteaaa la other matters The ollsecremedy would bo to admit the Bolecttea of aeKreee oa oaf juriou thus makiag 15000 addition al Republicans competent jurors aad then the number of RepaDl drawn by lot M jurors woald eJa8Mer rela s tively Indeed this stast be tiwpm pose and desire of the aewspaf tB whit are so continuously Mieiag the cry tJaatIt jostice cannot bo obtataod in Kea tocky becaaaoo majority of tile jary j5zz are DemocMts u GOY Baokham thin Nominw t Pov Bockham easily won the aoaiina than for Governor at tho Lexington Con ventlon Isis reputation ia that of A pure high minded young man of splen did ancestry and ho has proven him self a man of courage The Courier fa r VOrf1Gen Lewis because we thought his reputation would kelp to elevate bur State politics and would at 1 tract an element of voters to the ticket that might not support CkbaJR Hew t over Beckhum la ovidenUy the caetee ef the working active eleaientsof the party R 1 and alterall perhaps that is Ute sarest road to success M 1 EB1ATIOK A8KRS Pr lJ Iricepte c Washington July 24Tho department of State has made public the Obi neso appeal for mediation and the presidents reply Minister Wu brought to tho department a copy of the exact tel egram sent out tho Powers repeating the Chinese assurance of safety of tho legations up to the ySwclalOommlsstoner turned to Washington and prepare for his journey to China Such were the developments of the morning so far as China is concerned The Chinese ap prodllctlon equally clever and sincere This M the opion of tho officials hero who have studied both Ciiina 3Appeals to Uncle Sam The Emperor of China has made on appeal to tho United States similar to the appeal to France to interpose our friendly offices toward settling the troubles in China It now appears that time troii Boxers rebellion and that the Chinese government proper Is not censurable for any of tho occurrences and that the oc currences have been greatly exagger ated It Is now claimed the President tins determined to relievo and protect any Americans In China but when this is done to withdraw U S forces and leave the European Powers to settle dt their own contentions and quarrels If true Uncle Sam is right The Hobo Convention In these days all kinds of people sects creeds denominations factions and parties hold conventions And so tho tramps 1 politely called Hobos are to hold a convention In Iowa They held their first convention last year Wo suppose they will nominate a ticket for President and Vice President make a rplatform and pass resolutions More Soldiers Needed t A demand for morn soldiers is coming to Gen Mac Arthur from every depart ment of tho Philippine Islands Tho p present force U not largo enough to garrison more than half of tho important towns and a serious fight is believed to bo inevitable in Mindanao Luzon and time Zulu Islands 10 What does this nation neodshout ed the impassioned orator What does kacroqiH h across tho mighty ocean in her march of or l twhatshouted a follow on the rear seats i t i 2t If It j fiJ if k zS aL x a4a j i f V 1- it l The1 Hickman Courier GEORGC WAIUtEN PublisherC 11ICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 CURRENT TOPICS The life of an Australian native raroly exceeds fifty yearn Nearly 60 per cent of all Hussians ere unable to read or write The shah of Persia possesses a jew i 50000iThe population of Bloemfonteln Hoes or did not exceed 8000 Missouri has the largest permanent school fund of any of the states There are 3700000 men in Prussia earning less than 421 per year The income tax of India is levied on all incomes of S16S and upward At Kimberley the thermometer often readies 100 degrees in the shade The population of Europe Is 381 000000 an increase of 79000000 since 1870 Inoculation for the plague arc made in Bombay at the rate of about 5000 a week United States pays now an average of 1000000 a day for tropical pro ductionsIn the cleansing of the streets Is done every day by an army of 5000 weepers The Illinois supreme court has de cided that hard cider is an Intoxicat- Ing drink Germany Austria Sweden Norway and Italy are now training dogs for use in war The number of emigrants to Siberia in the last seven years has averaged 350000 n year The dikes of Japan cont in the ag gregate more money tbi n those of the Netherlands The Pima Indians in Arizona are about to die of starvation owing to the long drouth tpw The Baroness Cedersstroem Adelint f unprofessionallyAmong Colorados relics of cliff dwellers is one building that shelter ed probably 6000 people Senator Depews success as n young lawyer was speedy In the IccondII EX niLnths of his practice he made t ooJSystematic deep sea dredging has demonstrated that organic life is to be found in the lowest depths of the oceanCigarettes are smoked almost ex 1 clusively in Germany Austria Russia and Greece and generally through EuropeJ Morgan while a student t tt the English high school in Boston I took the mathematics prize for three I years In succession I There is no word in the Chinese 4 language that conveys an intimation if what we ter public spirit nor le d patriotismy I ii f lave finally decided to adopt Euro f pean dress and the services of the dressmakers In Teheran are said to be 1 t rewarded now at a fabulous rater 1 The largest and most cumbersome form of money is found in Central I Africa where the natives use n cross shaped ingot of copper ore 10 inches long It is heavy enough to be 1II formidable weapon According to the last census therg were produced on the farms itri Georgia in 1SOO 11522788 dozen eggs It these were sold at an average of twelve and onehalf cents per dozen4 the enormous sum of 144034850 would be realized In the western part of British Co lumbia is a novel railway too miles in length The rails are made of trees from which the hark has been stripped and these are bolted toother Upon them runs a car with grooved wheels ten inches wiT Congressman Julius Kahn of Call I i forma in the only member of the national legislature who was ever a professional actor He played at dif ferent times with Edwin Booth Jo seph Jefferson Toramaso Salvlni W J Florence and Clara Morris Ceylon is the home of the largest spider In the world This web spln iiing monster lives in the most mount ainous districts of that rugged island and places his net measuring from 5 feet to 10 feet in diameter across the chasms nnd fissures in rocks The deaths in 1808 In Havana num bered 21252 among a population esti mated at 250000 The rate of mortal Sty was 85 a thousand In tliifirst month of American occupation Jan 1 nary 1899 this was reduced to 07 + I and by December 1899 to 27 a thousand The decrease continued until in April 1000 it was less thun 224 a thousand It is announced that the Illinois Central railroad will proceed at an early date to fence its entire right of a way from McComb City Miss tot I New Orleans The fence will consist of six spans of wire and cedar posts The company it is understood line been troubled by live stock and its losses have been heavy The fenco will be built with a view of abating these casualties Parts leads tie world in municipal cleanliness quite as much as she leads 1 a + the fashion Large sums are spent every year to maintain this reputa tion The Maoris of New Zealand attach tthe highest value to the greenstone t They arc sending a very handsome one us a present to Lord Roberts ia lrowes8II Paris without doubtr is the best paved city in the world Although i wood paving is made use of the streets are still largely paved with tone The stone paving covefe 72SJ 3340 square yards M Mxt a sY A MISSION OF CHRIS Dr Talmage Discourses on the Great Surgeon Cfllcncr of the Divine Power In Heal 1ug the worldtllanda null Je forinlllci Itelntloni of Sur fiery nUll TUeolniiy Copyright 1SCHJ by Louis Klopsch In this discourse Dr Talmage who is now traveling in Europe puts in an unusual light the mission of Christ and shows how Divine power will yet make the Illnesses of the world fall back text Matthew xl 5 The blind receive their sight and the lame walk the lepers are cleansed and the deaf hearDoctor I said to a distinguished surgeon do you not get worn out with constantly seeing so many wounds and broken bones and distortions of the human body Qh no he answered all that Is overcome by my joy in curing them A sublimer and more merciful art never came down from Heaven than that of surgery Catastrophe and disease en tered the earth so early that one of the first wants of the world was a doctor Our crippled and agonized human race called for surgeon and family physician for many years before they came The first surgeons who answered this call were minis ters of religion namely the Egyp tian priests And what a grand thing if all the clergymen were also doc tore all D Ds were M Ds for there are so many cases where body and soul need treatment at the same time consolation and medicine theology and therapeutics As the first sur geons oi tre world were also ministers of religion may these two professions always be In full sympathy But un der what disadvantages the early surgeons worked from the fact that the dissection of the human body was forbidden first by the pagans and then by the early Christians Apes being the brutes most like tje human race were dissected but DO human body might be unfolded for physiological- and anatomical exploration and the surgeons had to guess what was Inside the temple by looking at the outside of it If they failed In any surgical operation they were persecuted and driven out of the city as was Archagathus because of his bold but unsuccessful attempt to save a patient But the world from the very beginning kept calling for surgeons and their first skill is spoken of in Genesis where they employed their art for the ncisions of a sacred rite God making surgery the predecessor of baptism end we see it again In II Kings where haziah the monarch stopped on tome cracked latticework in the pal Ice and it broke and he fell from the tipper tothe lower floor and he was So hyt that he sent to the village of Elron for aid and Aesculapius who wrought such wonders of surgery that he was deified and temples were built for his worship at 1ergamos and Epidaurus and Podelirlus Introduced for the relief of the world phlebotomy and Damocedcs cured the dislocated ankle of King Darius md the cancer of his queen and Hippocrates put successful hand on fractures and Introduced amputa tion and Praxagoras removed obstruc tions and Herophilus began dissec tlon and Erasistratus removed tu morn and Celsus the Roman surgeon removed cataract from the eye and used the Spanish fly and Hcliodorus arrested disease of the throat and Al exander of Trnlles treate theeye and Rhazns cauterized tor the prevention of hydrophobia and Percivnl Pott came to combat diseases of the spine and In our own century we have had among others a Itoux nnd a Larray in France an Astley Cooper and an Abernethy in Great Britain and a Valentine Mott and Wlllard Parker and Samuel D Gross In America and a galaxy of living surgeons as bill liant as their predecessors What mighty progress In the baffling of die ease since the crippled and sick of ancient cities were laid along the streets that people who had ever been hurt or disordered in the same way might suggest what had better be done for the patients and the priests of olden time who were constantly ruffering from colds received in walk ing barefoot over the temple pave ments bad to prescribe for them selves and fractures were considered HO far heJond all human cure that instead of calling in the surgeon the people only invoked the gods I notice this Surgeon had a fondness for chronic diseases Many a surgeon when be has had n patient brought to him has said Why was not this at tended to five years ago You bring him to me after al power of recupera tion is gone You have waited until there Is a complete contraction of the muscles and false ligatures are formed and ossification has taken place ItI ought to have been attended to long ago But Christ the Surgeon seemed to prefer Inveterate cases One was a hemorrhage of 12 years and he stopped it Another was a curvature of 18 years and lie straightened it Another was a cripple of 38 years and he walked out well The 18year path nt was a wom an bent almost double If you call a convention of all the surgeons of the centuries their combined skill could not cure that body so drawn out of shape Perhaps they might stop it from getting any worse perhaps they might contrive braces by which she might he made more comfortable but it Is Humbly speaking incurable Yet tide Divine Surgeon put both Ills hands on her and from that doubled UP posture she began to rise and the empurpled face began to take on a healthier hue and the muscles began to relax their rigidity and the spinal column began to adjust Itself and the cords of the nock began to be more sup pie and the eyes that could see only the ground before now looked Into thi face of Christ with gratitude and up toward Heaven in transport Straight After 18 weary and exhausting years straightI The poise the pracefulnesi the beauty of healthy womanhood re instated The 38 years case was i men who lay on a mattress near the mineral baths at Jerusalem There were five apartments where lame peo pie were brought so that they could f ithe advantage of these mineral bathe stlWIslbltl appeared probably through some convulsion of nature The bath 120 feet long 40 feet wide and eight feet deep Ah poor man if you had been lame and helpless 38 years the mineral bath can not restore you Why 38 years is more than the average of human life Nojh uiJtChristbaths and I have no doubt passes hr some patients who have been only six months disordered or a year or five years and comes to the mattress of the man who had been nearly four decade helpless and to this 38 years invalid said Wilt thou be made whole The question asked not because the surgeon IUd not understand the proI trsetvdness the desperateness of tin ease but to evoke the mans pathetic madewholeiWouWyes says the man That is what IJ 1IhaveI goons have failed and all the prescriptions have proved valueless and I Rot worse and worse and I cad neither move hand nor foot nor head Oh If I could only be free from this pain of 38 years J Christ and surgeon could not stand that Bending over the man on the mattress and in a voice tender with all sympathy but strong with all omnipotence he says Rise And the invalid Instantly scramble to his knees and then puts out his Bright foot then hit left foot and then stood upright aa though he had never been prostrated While he stands looking at the dootor with a joy too much to hold the doctor says Shoulder this mattress for you arc- not only wet enough to walk but well enough to work and start out these mineral baths Take up thy bedj and walk Oh what a surgeon for chronic cases tbeu and for chronic cases now This to not applicable so much to those who are only a little hurt of 119 and only for a short time but to tho prostrated of sin 12 years 18 eariJ 38 years Here is a surgeon able to give immortal health Oh you say I am so completely overthrown and trampled down of sin that I cannot rise Are you flatter down than this patient at the mineral baths Nej JIPUiJjXazareth Xot cases of acute sin but of IIisinthose who have nob prayed 38 years those who have not church for 33 years those who hanIbeen gamblers or lbertines or or outlaws or blasphemers or or atheists and all these together for 33 years A Christ for exigencies A Christ for a dead lift A surgeon who never loses a case In speaking of Christ as a surgeon I must consider him as an oculist or eye doctor and an aurlst or ear doe tor Was there ever such another oculist That he was particularly sorry for the blind folks I take from the fact that the most of His works were with the diseased optic nerves I have not time to count up the number of blind people mentIoned who got ilk cure Two blind men in one house also one who was born blind so that It was not removal of a visual obstruction but the creation of the cornea and ciliary muscle and crystalline lens and retina and optic nerve and tear gland also time blind man of Bet hsaida cured by the saliva which the Surgeon took from the tip of Ills own tongue and put upon the eyelids also two blind men who sat by the wayside In our civilized lands we have blind ness enough the ratio fearfully in creasing according to the statement of European and American oculists because of the reading of morning and evening newspapers on the jolting cars by the multitudes who live out of the city and come in to business But in the lands where the Divine surgeon operated the cases of blindness were multiplied beyond everything by the particles of sand floating in the air and the night dews falling on the eye lids of those who slept on the top of their houses and in some of these land it is estimated that 20 out of 100 peo pie are totally blind Amid all that crowd of visionless people what work for an oculist And I do not believe that more than one out of a hundred of that surgeons cures were reported That Is the oculist we all need Till he touches our eyes we arc blind Yea we were born blind By nature we see things wrong if we see them at all Our best eternal interests are put before us and we cannot see them The glories of a loving and pardoning Christ ore projected and we do not behold them Or we have a defective sight which makes the things of this world larger than the things of the future time bigger than eternity Or we are color blind and cannot see the difference between the blackness of darkness forever and the everlastingtlayin nnd though we shrink back afraid putsIllsthe soul and midnight becomes mid noon and we understand something of the joy of the young man of the beforebeen face now by the touch of Christ hall I two headlights kindled under his brow cried out in language that con under the jeering crowd WIlD were ddcridhiff the Christ that had effected the curt and wanted to matte Him out abad man Whether Ho bo a sinner or not I know not One thing I know that whorens I was blind now I see hat this surgeon was just os wonderful us nn aurlst Very few people haf two good oars Nine out of ten people are particular to get on this or that side of you when they sit or wnlk or ride with you because they Sv one disabled car Many have both tars damaged and what with tile constant racket of our great cities and the catarrhal troubles that sweep through the land it is remarkable that there are any good ears at all Most wonderful instrument is the hu an ear It is harp and drum nnd ifllgraph and telephone anti whisper IInjr gallery nil in one So delicate nnd wondrous is its construction that the most difficult of all things to refjmstruct is the auditory apparatus rhP mightiest scientists have put their skill to Its retuning and some limes they stop the progress of Its decadence or remove temporary oh ructions but not more than one leaily deaf ear out of 100000 is ever lured It took a God to make the ear tad it takes a God to mend it That aka me curious to see how Christ ie Surgeon succeeds as an nurlst IVe are told of only two cases He Titrated on as an ear surgeon His end Peter naturally high tempered Aw Christ insulted by a man b1 the jkntne of Mnlchus nnd Peter let his iword fly aiming at the mans head out the sword slipped and hewed off the outside ear nnd our Surgeon touched the laceration and another ear bloomed in the place of the one that bad been slashed away But it s not the outside ear that hears that is only a funnel for gathering round and pouring It into the hidden and more elaborate ear On the beach of Lake Galilee our Surgeon round a man deaf and dumb The pa tient dwelt In perpetual silence and was speechless He could not hear a note of music or a clap of thunder He could not call father or mother or wife or children by name What pow er can waken that dull tympanum or reach that chain of small lanes or revive that auditory nerve or open the rate between the brain and the outside world The Surgeon put his tin gels In the deaf ears and agitated them nnd kept on agitating them until the vibration gave vital energy to nil the dead parts and they rr ponded and when our surgeon withdrew Hin fingers from the cars the two tunnels of sound were clear for all sweet voices of music sad friendship For the first time In his lie he heard the dash of the waves of Galilee Through the desert of pain fit silence had been built a kings highway of resonance and ncclama tLtn Jut yet he was dumb No L Mihrnd+ ever leaped over his lip Vch was chained under lib tongue Realization and accentuation were to him on impossibility lie could express neither love nor indignation nor worshipOur Surgeon having unbarred His ear will now uaJoow the shackle of His tongue The Surgeon will me the wme liniment or salve that He used on two occasions for the cure of blind peo ple namely the moisture of Isis own mouth The application is mode sad 10 the rigidity of the dumb tongue Is relaxed nnd between the tongue and teeth was born a whole vocabulary and words flcwlatoexpresAion lienotonly heard but he talker One gate of his body swung in to let sound enter and the other gate swung out to let sound depart Why is It that while other surgeons used knives and forceps and + tethorcopes this Surgeon used only the ointment of Ills own lips To show hat all the curative power we ever feel comes straight from Christ Anti f Hr ouchc iisnotweshall be deaf as a rock and dumb as n tomb Oh Thou great nt of nil artists compel us to hear and help us to speak What a grand thing for our poor hu man race when this Surgeon shall have completed the treatment of the world wounds The day will come when them will be no more hospitals for there will be no more sick and no more eye and far Infirmities for there will be no more blind or deaf nnd no more deserts for the round earth shall be brought under arboriculture and no more bllzziffdsor sunstrokes for the atmosphere will be pxpurgated of scorch nnd chill and no more war for the swords shall come out of the foundry bent into prunlnghooks while In the Heavenly country wo shall MO the victims of accident or malforma tion or hereditary ills on earth become the athletes In Elysian fields Who II that man with such brilliant eyes close adore the Throne Why that iIs the man who near Jericho was blind nnd our Surgeon cured his ophthalmia Who la that erect and graceful nnd queenly woman before the Throne That ayes the one whom our Surgeon found bent almost double and could in- novjse lift herself up and He mode her straight Who lIs that listening with such rapture to the music of Heaven wlo melting into chorus cymbal reo ponding to trumpet and then himself joining in the anthem Why that it the man whom our Surgeon found deaf and dumb on the beach of Galilee and by two touches opened ear gate and mouth gate Who is that around whom the crowds are gathering with admire ing looks nnd thanksgiving and cries 101f Oh what lie did for me Oh what He did for my family Oh vhat lie did for the world That is the Surgeon of all the centuries the Oculist the Aurlst the Emancipator the Saviour No pay He took on earth Comet now let nil Heaven pay Him with worship that shall never end and a- lave1 that shall never die On lib head be all thc crown in Ills hands he nil the scepters and at HU feet be all the worldl j BECKHAM NOMINATED Au All Nlght esslll + H llrlil Hr the I Kentucky Democrat Tlio- Ilntforni Atluptril Lexington Ky July 20The demo cratic Btnto convention met hero nnd after an allnight session nominated W 11 llecklmm for governor on the flnt ballot It was after 1 oclock when the cOin mittee on resolutions reported and tho platform adopted The platform in substance Iia as fol lowsWe the democrats of Kentucky in convention assembled do make the fonowlng declaration of principles 1 Wo heartily indorse the magnifi cent platform adopted by the nation al democratic convention at Kansas City 2 The entire history of the demo oratlo party has demonstrated that it has always been the champion and de fender of the rights of the great common people that it has ever insisted that the will of the majority shall control nnd that the minority must cheerfully and willingly acquiesce therein It always advocated and still duos that till elections shall be fairly conducted and the result honestly as certained We recommend that the election law of 1808 which was en acted to prevent the rcpltltion of well known republican frauds In certain districts of this state and which was a marked Improvement upon the then existing law but which has not proved siiRiclcnt for that purpose be amended so as to secure this end so thoroughly that the most hypercritical can find no excuse for charging fraud or unfairness to our party In the conduct of any Election Until uch amendments can be enacted by that general assembly we declare that the republican party shall have repre sentation upon both the state nnd all county board of election commissioners The third plank denounces the as sassination of Goy Goebel in unquali fied tertps drawing a vivid pen picture of the horrible acts of the republican party In the months succeeding tM November clcrj on and declares for a preservation of law and order civil and personal liberty and the consti tutional rights of the people demo cratic doctrine which IIi the hope and Inspiration of every true democrat The action of Guy Bradley in using the military force of the state to con trol the election of November 1690 IU denounced as a violation of tho eon Mitutlon of the commonwealth The death of Gov Goebel is deploredl The support of every true lover of civil and personal liberty Is invited In a campaign against the forces gathered under the banner of a government of umantlnaUon It IIn declared to the world that the mob and the assassin shall not be the arbiters of the rights of oUlRcn of Kotttuoky Law and order must and shall prevail Jov Hook hams administration la indorsed At 810 oclock Congressman Wheel er began his speech nominating neck ham It was one of the most eloquent efforts of Kentuckys most polished orator D 0 Stanley of HmHivrMn fol lowed Wheeler anti presented the xiumo of Judge Black of Harbour rllle At 830 B F Grazloni began his speech nominating Judge Tnrvln At 840 W II ItroiiHton of Luring ton seconded ISockhams nomlnaUnH and a roll call of the convention was begun When McLean county wus reached at S a in Bockham had the 547 votes necessary to nominate byChorl8vin withdrew hj name thanking the convention for giving him a narrow escape iron being nominated and moved to make the nomination unan imous Time motion carried Time Lund played Dixie Beckhntn was called to the stage amid much enthu siasm to make late speech of accept mince Beokhnm was Introduced by Tnrvln who said that he would guarantee that he would be elected governor and remain in Kentucky for the next four years nov Bcckhnm thanked the convene tion in n brief speech anti the conven tion adjourned sine die Shooting at a Convention Nashville Tonn July 20A fatal shooting affray at CookcvIIle Tenn terminated for the day the delibera tions of the democratic senatorial c nvcntlon of the Tenth district Lii Cheek nnd W C Crawford the latter trustee of Overton county delegates to the convention quarreled during a recess Cleek It is alleged was ad vancing on Crawford with n knife when the latter opened fire with a revolver killing deck ClmlTce n Mnjor flenrrnl Washington July 20rhe com mission of Brig Gen A It ChniTce as major general In command of the Chi hose expeditionary forces was made out at the war ti nartmcnt Thursday morning and sent to the white housa for time presidents signature Cable notice of the appointment was sent to Nagasaki Japan where it will meet Gen Clinffcc on his arrival there TenderedArtillery New Orleans July OThe Wash Ington artillery one uf tho oldest and toast prominent military bodies In the state with a record of three wars tendered its services to Presi dent McKinley in case volunteers arc needed for China Prof rjnulmun Discharged Boston July 20Qultu a sensation was caused by the discharge of Prof Eastman after a preliminary hearing on n charge of murdering his brother nlaw It was generally believed that the evidence was ample to hold him ITS ALL Uf A NAME Oae Ilcnion Why the Gnn ervntlr Negro Whitewasher Lost 111 Occiiimtluiii- Wlmti in a name wised Stake peare Kvtrrtbinf be aniwma nods no one ha made the answer more nlaiM to the ordinary mortal than Uocuer T Wash Ington the noted colored orator sail trio Chicago ThauHerald Whil lecturing in Omaha lad winter ht paused in the amidst if his smacks and asked how boys in Omaha art learning a mechanical trade And from the vast audience came tho r- plyNot one Then Mr Washington proceeded to tell1 the negro boys what tnejr should do The old colored man with his brush and pail ol whitewash once made a good living lint Udnaheassortment of brushes and several cotari oll wash under fancy names The white man called elt an interior deooratty and the old colored maps job was gene fan ever Weliingtonfor the whitewashing job la done licit for the HovroU No matter what ails you headache to a+ rurbowC11cure you without a tripe or pea produce easy natural movements cost you Jut 10 backCawmrtsi up in metal bouI every tablet has C 6 A stamped on It Rewire of imitation Shed De IU CthITheft dishfromat the diniag room door Maze mum she said the whole iv your bes ht dinner Mt IU broken fwhoR OTi will wathin II weptItgeehusband If the pow m could only get that girl the Jeb t f breaking up Chink would soon be GD shed N Y World I do not believe Pi oa Cure far Caniurcp eetditJohn1I1poo A parlor match ii often the result rather lamerIatiiaaspohe PCT5AM PADKLXM DTM rrtxlM lie fast eat sad br testcppart If any kOGRD dye ttult Not by all druggist Some turn are 10 stingy they rtfUM to smile except at tbe sptntt of lbtrtifCbfr cago Daily News Write Dr C J MaflVtt St Lwli fo NforBook free The hen Is I liberal fowl the tires a craiDall1New Halls Catarrh Caro Is a CetutttutloDal Cure Pelt 75c Give a pig plenty of milk and it will matt a log of Ui U laMca Daily News OVARIAN TROUBLES Lydia i rtoklmmi VrctUblo Compoaa4GCara Thrum Two lIUrfrom Wntnr- nDiunIt Mns PINKIUM I write to tell you of tho good Lydia K Pink hams Vegetable Compound has done me I wax sick In bed about five weeks The right side of my abdomen paincti roe and was so awollen And sore that I could not walk Tho doctor toM my hus band I would have to undergo an operation Thta I refuted to dot until I had given your mwlldnoa trial lee fore I hint taken A one bottle tho stf vellln lgTnltinued to use your medicine4u- ntil tho swelling was entirely gone When tW doctor camo ho was very much surprised to seo mo to much better MBS MAHV SMITH Arlington Iowa U DEAn Miw PIXKKAM waa sick for two ycara with falling of the womb and inflammatlonofthoovariciiandbladdcr I was bloated very badly My leftlimb myfootcould not straighten up or walk across the room nnd such shooting pains would go through mo that I thought I could not stand It My mother pot mo n bottle of Lydia E PInkhams Vegetable Com pound and told mo to try it I took six bottles and now thanks to your wonderful medicine I am a well woman1 fins ELSIE Bnrur Otlsville Mich THE UNIVERSITY OF NOIRE DAME NOTRQ DAME INDIANA PULl COURSES IN Classic Letters Ceo nemlc and hlttory Journalism Art defenceI Pharmacy Law Civil Mechanical and Wee trlcl lingliucrlitff Architecture Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Free to nil filuilent who hard cots pleted the studies required for admission Into ate theCourses Senior Year ot any of the Colltilo Room to Rent moderate charge to ttudentl over seventeen preixrlnit for Collegiate Courwri A limited number of Candidates for the ttIO- o1Uci state will te leccived at Vfflll rate I yearsiirhegytliVarwlilopenScptember4thspooCatalogues RUV A MORRISSIJV C S C President Free Dewert All grocers in town are giving free a pack ago of Burnbama Cream Custard which males two quarts of Ice Cream or ten cup of Custard no cooking or baking with the purchase of a package of Burnharas Unity Jcllycon the finest prepared Jelly PotuUr Order today Jcllycon cornea in six deli clout flavor I a II il M e I Ii i I I f J ij j i iI 4 I I 0 GOEBELMURDEDe Lieut J Rlckctts Gives Damaging Evidence In the Powers Trial outerrVltnenn Kit hi Deelnred 41I 200 UIII ttrAl to llr Inhl for the Aiknxpilnntluu front HIP Us- euullve llulldlnir Georgetown Ky July n1heMUCH leiiMUlonul nnd damaging tcstl uitony yet gluon In the trial of oxSee rotary of Stute Cnleb Powers nilgluon by Itobcrt Noaka an L N railroad conductor of Corbln Whit Joy county Nonks culd that early in January limo mot Cnleb Powers on n train Powers asked him to raise u military company at Corlln and told him to take In only ouch moo as would stand by u In uny emergency Powers elm ankod mo whore he could get smoke I11wia powder uartrldgcs I told him I gtloMod ho uouU only got them in United States arsenal Ho then nII Hid If I mould go to FL Thomas mnho an effort to get thorn After that John Powers naked me about the onrtrfdgm nnd I told him I could not get them Ho Midi It made no differ CIMW M he thought they would be too large far the pMrjMMw anyway AlIM tatKMl with Culob Powors again about 1M mtlltnry company and ho rMottoned AM to only take Into It re pabHeaiM who woHld fight WltNMa tad another talk with John L tfevrmra who said thla is A life aitd 4 aOt struggle with as but we Intend to held our OWN ern It we bars to Mil worse oe I foiiHd a com pany of the html mtcoatari awl Oov ItndWy M tl tu n man who muaUretl the eoMpiny HH- 1tMM weld Fluky whit to Louhv rtllI aaytaff that rftUHrr than mpfure tntlm its would my for them Mm I metL Tlmt clay N tatcfrnia frowuCj oaf vlllo woe received aafclwtf If PlnUy rkmrit tcaP Knoll for 31000 Caleb 1owrr + heard of it HHd pall Flwtey eras tk t lilt too dl shaky DM iiMer over say aoytklMft to von About Ufiibeir woo aaknl Yes He WAIl OH my train one day Mid the wtiMw HI aahed him abetet the coftteata aud he Bald The tea teats wont mount to a eH1 ami when Gobel te dead aitd In hI1 there IU trot another man In the state who earn hold hla party together Wttfteae eoiitinwlHg IItU story said Italy sent us the trait from Lout yule whleJi carried time men there January Si We had 11 ee ohea I When we get to Ulchmond Culton gat on the train anti toil rte that when we arrived at Frankfort we ehewkl Ihc It oMt that we were going to iMtttton the logMaturc When wo Igatthere I told tho boys to Matter own awl to earrj their guar as nat urally aa If hunting and not In null tary itoeiUnn After we got there I won standing out In the state house yard talking to John Powers He told mo to utand closer to the cxeoutlvo building na 1 might trot hurt He rtahli Some of our men are upstairs jiHd when floobel and those other fellow Mme In they are going to do I the wate for thorn ThU oxeitetl me and I told him I moIoa the shoulder and told me to keep ootti A few minutes Inter I started to Ute capitol hotel My purpose In going there wns to prevent babel from Vteing killed On the way I met John U Hurst and we stopped to take M drink We aUo sat down and took a lunch 1 wits very nervous nillfook a slat whore I could soc the statehouse 1 went back to tho state homo as tho actions of two titan who followed me made me think I was In clangor I went back Into the secre tary of states oflioc Caleb Powers salted me over anti said Hob I un dorKtand you have two men in your company who would kill n mm if you wuntetl thom to do It I told him 1 did not believe I had such n man In my company and he thou mentioned Chndwoll and Jones I told him 1 did not believe they were men of that kind That afternoon when the men wore bolng sent homo Caleb again came to me Ouch told me to keep 10 or IS of our Imst man there anti to bo isuro and keep Chndwoll and Jones Georgetown Ky July UCRpt Itobt Nooks the railroad conductor whose sensational testimony In the Powers Miunlrr case commenced Friday resumed the stand Saturday Judgo Tlnsloy conducted the cross oxamlnatlun Tho witness said he hiul made n complete statement of- life testimony to Col Campbell of the prosecution and also one to J C Mnvnor attorney for the witness prior to going on the stand Asked If ho had been accused nt the time he had made tho first utatemcnt he lInlll that he nude It when he found that detectives had been at Corbin looking up matters against him Wit nvm had n conference with Col Cnmp boll at Big Stone Gap Va prior to pus arrest Campbell passel himself oft as Mr Kninur rind wltneiw did not lcnov who ho was till ho had partially committed himself WltntwM vns arrested on June 30 at 4 oclock n in Campbell did not promise witness immunity or nay thing else Asked how Ida non were armed the Kliiy they went to Frankfort witness rtmW they carried guns the property ot the state militia about halt of those in his Bijiiad were mllltlumcn in oltiiens clothes Witness repented that John Powers told him U stand close to tho building as Home of our fellows arc up In the lobby and arc fcolng to do tho work for Gocbcl and those other fellows when they como Iu Witness said ho had an idea tire vlvlousto this that Gocbol was to be I J killed but ho thought it would bo I a tight ranch not by assassination Where wore you going when you met John B Hurst was asked I wns going to the Capitol hotel to prevent Uoubcl Senator Trimble Jock dun and Kph Lilian from bo Ing killed It was tho common talk that they wore going to be killed You wore only objecting to tho method of killing Gocbel were you asked Judge Tlnsley I WON tint in favor of assassina thou responded the witness fightdillI am always ready for a free fight said Noaks Nooks was reexamined regarding the trip of himself and his men to Frankfort at the time of tho moet ing of tho election commissioners In December Ho repented that Pow ers unit Instructed him to have Lila mon crowd Into the state house so tho governor would have an excuse to toll out the militia When they got there however Gov Bradley blocked their game by telling them to keep oil the grass as the witness ex pressed It Witness reiterated that tho object of Powers anti others was to Intimidate tho commissions Monks wns still on the stand when court recessed Georgetown Ky July 24Time third and last week of the examina tion of witnesses for the common wealth In the Caleb Powers wise began Monday morning Tho states nttor nays expect to complete tho testimony by Thurmhiy night Tho newspaper row mill visited by H deputy sheriff Monday morning who onUratod rent for tho small tables which Uio twrllHM have boon thing There are now an oven dozen uowiHii er met on the line John Itleketta IltutCHNHt In Joint Power Barbmirerillo company of auto rallltln wag the first Itnww called He enhiI that Wliurton and Ureon Gohlon were otUeera in the com pany The witni ea went to Frankfort alt the BiH ciul1 train and returned home tho aoond day after the shoot lagThe day before OnolteUwns shot MM Itleketta I moss Talking to Retry Yoiitney HIM we were discuss lag hunting Ho mold that Ooebel liad to tIC pox out of the way nail that lie had llta to do It with sad that ho knew 10 or IS others who would give as ninth He said that It eouhl ho douse from the executive btdldlng nod the perftott who did It could pass out of the iMieement Ho said that his Job depended on this oontost On the day of the naMiMlnatlon I wna at our hrailfiuarterK Sn the agri cultural bulhllng when Youtsey tame over about 1030 nnd sold ho wanted all of us to go with lint There were about M or M In the room and 12 or U went with him to the oxeouUva building Youtsey put us innldo tho liHlhllng near tho stairs and told us to stay there that something was going to happen lie started through the hull anti I turned and went out and went to a private residence back of Capitol square whore one of our toys was sick I had been there a short time when I heard sonic shots 1 knew none of the mon whom I left at tho foot of the stairs In the execu tive building were carrying arms but when I returned to find out what had happened they had guns On croBsexnmlnntlon Hlckvtt stnt eil that the teen were lined up before they left Harbournvlllc nod Powers went along the line and told thorn t be sober and quiet so as not to re fleet discredit on that part of tho slate that tholr mission was n peaceful one simply to petition the legis latureIn sonic of Ills testimony lllckott smell that Youtsey when he stationed men at the foot of the stairs said You stay lucre Something la going to happen A man will como down there nail mix with you and you will nil go away together W P Herder of Knox county saw Charles Flnley at the depot at Bar bourville on the evening of Jnnunry 23 when the crowd of mountaineers was being made up to go to Frank fort Witness asked Flnley It Goebel would not bo killed Flnley replied with n gesture that he would not bo surprised Witness asked how soon ho would be killed nnd Flnloy replied that It would possibly happen in less I titan five dnjv Witness had prepared to go to Frankfort with tho crowd but he told him what Flnley said out commanded him to remain at home Witness said the conversation with Flnley took place In the presence of Wharton Golden Cu It nu TnrlCT Drctnrcd Alunril Now York July jI W Ouyot editor of La Lucia of Havana ar rived on the Olinda en route to Wash ington This luau of n constitu tional convention meets the approval of all classes with a few exceptions among the conservatives said Mr Guyot If the commercial situation wns more carefully studied by tho men who make tho tariff Cube could bo brought Into clone relations with the United States in n very short time The present tariff in absurd nnd lIs HO regarded by nil merchants who renllro thnt while tho United States Is In n position to buy everything Cubans make tumid produce and to sell us everything we could use she is discriminated ngultiHt in favor of almost nil European countries Accidental Killed Nashville Penn July 2JW If llargUH a young man employed tho GrayDudley Hardware Co of this city wns shot nnd almost Instantly killed by Henry B Ellis a liveryman Iin their boardinghouse In South Nash yule Ellis says he was pranking ivlth tho pistol when it went off Them is little doubt the killing was accidental although there was only ono eyewitness the landlady of the hbuse 1 THE CONGER MESSAGE Consul General Ooodnow Shares in the Opinion That it is Not Genuine The State Department Jlas Not Varied Its Position as to the Authenticity of the Dispatch The UoTrrniiipnt In Ualnir Every Effort to Secure Communication With the American Minis ter at Peking Washington July 21The Chinese minister Jill just received n cipher cable dispatch from United States Minister Conger It is In the state department cipher otid IIs transmitted through the Tsung LI Yntncn and the Shanghai Taotal It contains about 60 words and is signed In English with the name Conger 4 At a quarter of ten Minister Wu handed the Conger dispatch to Secre tary Hay who immediately called in uis nnslatnnt secretaries and private secretary and work was begun In translating the cipher This Is now In progruss and the message being quite brlf tho text will soon lo out No doubt Is expressed bystate de partment ofllcials as to the authen ticity of tho message It is understood thnt the message is dated the 18th Mr Congers telegram Is ns follows In British legation Under contin ued shot anti shell from Chinese troops Quick relief con only prevent general niBMmcro The message IIs not dated but it IB understood was sort from Poking on the ISth The following statement has been given out at tho state department On time 11th of this month the state department eomniuuloatod n brief muMtago asking tidings ot Minister Conger iu the state department code Minister Wu undertook to gut this Into Minister Cougars hands if he wore alive He has succeeded In doing departjlIllenstd General Goodnow at Shanghai saying The governor of Shanghai in form me that ho has received to dny a cipher message from Conger of the 18th A few minutes later Minister Wu appeared of the state department with a telegram from Taotal Sluing dated July SO which hod been received by Minister Wu at 830 oclock this morning rending os follows Your telegram was forwarded nnd as requested I send reply from tho Tsung LI Yatnon as follows hair telegram of the lAth date of this moon 11th received The state department telegram has been handed to Minister Conger Herewith is Min later Congers reply to the state de partment This reply was in the state department cipher and It Iis regarded by the state department as genuine inns touch ns forgeries seem under the cir stances impossible Wnshlngton July UJlae state department moms time center of interest on the Chinese situation Monday Secretary Hay was at hi desk by 9 oclock and for an hour was busily engaged with a matter of such im portance that he declined to be Interrupted by anyone About 1015 the Chinese minister arrived and was with the secretary for sonic time On the departure of the minister the department gave out the Imperial edict of the Chinese gov eminent the substance of which had been previously mantle known The state department has received a deluge of dispatches from nil quar ters of the globe relating to the Conger message These show the attitude of foreign governments Without exception the olllclal view taken by all foreign ofll cere is that the dispatch is not gen ulna and does not afford n basis for action This Incredulity Is nlso shared by United Status Consul General Good nownt Shanghai who has communicat ed to the State department his disbe lief In the authenticity of the uncut sage The text of those several mes sages are not nude public ns they are Inconclusive and do not add anything In the witty of definite news to the situation at Peking and the entire susillolonon various theories One of them is that the deception was practiced by too Tsung LI Yamon Still anotluc Is that it emanated from a high Chi acute ofllcial n man holding u position like that of Sheng or Prince Tunn thin latter being at the head of the antlforoign element and at last ac counts connected with the Tsung Li Ynmen Notwithstanding this flood of doubt from foreign otlleial quarters the state department has not varied ItHI position ns to the authenticity of the message Secretary Hays position be ing now IIM It always hns been that there Is every possibility of the gen uineness of tho jiitKsage although always n possibility that n fraud may i have been perpetuated Yet nit against this remote possibility Mr Hay feels that there Is absolutely no motive for the perpetration of such n monstrous deception The Washington govern ment is unshaken therefore in its position on the message while the rest of the world has made it known to this government thnt this message is not accepted as coming from Con ger on the 13th instant Concerning the proposition of mediation made to tho United States by China the state department was not prepared Monday to make a state tuent It was surmised that Mr Hay t was govlrnnaClItprobnblyWoullt Wulalrns obtulnedIIItiuraturItoth und Chi sJioke ollci ls took occasion early In plansnceofZitlnhterthorities to Adm Kemey nt TlenTsin There In reason to believe timid the effort withMinisteran answer from our minister which will lo so conclusive ns to remove any conntrtionMinister Wu Sunday sent another cipher cable dispatch to Minister Con ger hut there is a strong disinclination in ollicinl quarters to discuss the YjirioiiH steps being taken while they rorm1fLmin later sir Chili Chen Lo Fang Luh buns communicated to the press the fol lowing from Sheng director general Of Cliintjte runways and telegraphs ShnnghmInformation from Peking dated July IN says thnt the Tsung LI Tao IIi at deputed Won Jul an under sec Wfcry of the department to see the fgrMffn minister and he found every ol well without any missing tjie nyman excepted nifs Yung Lu Is going to memo riajle time throne to send them nil un hopeUtal Be stopped The Shanghai correspondent of the Daily Mall telegraphing July M says 4 letter from a Chinese ollloial in hTwig has teen received by n nn ti functionary here containing the following iMsnagM At tho begin shag of the month the foreign mls at arks made several attempts to sJJHt tnee ages out of Peking but tlianl to tho strict watoh kept on time city the benrers were all caught ad exeeiiteil On the 4th Inst only 400 foreigners much oxtiaustod were left alive In Peking and one night whra the big guns were incessantly flrtNl it was known that all the logo ties and foreigners were finished although pretended telegrams contra diet these fllltll- Whington July 4Time state de partment makes niblie an edict de livered by Minister Wu to Secretary Hay It Boys The present conflict between Chi na nd tho foreign powers hall its origin In the long standing antagon lam between the people and Christina millions The subsequent fall of thi rake forts precipitated the meeting of force with force The imperial government having due regard to the PuetiM o of internatbonnl Inter Ii 1iUIlrduard to go so far as to interrupt tho existing relations We hare already repeatedly Issued de crees providing for the protection of the foreign legations and also com manded the provincial authorities to protect missionaries Inasmuch as there is still no cessation in the em ployment of force foreign merchants and subjects residing in China who form a numerous body in the coun try should be protected without dis tinction We hereby command nilI the Tartar generals governorsgeneral 1 and governors of provinces to look af ter the foreign merchants and mho siooaricH living in the open ports prefectures departments nnd districts under their respective jurisdiction and to afford them due protection in accordance with treaty stipulations without fall Since the com mencement of the attack in TlenTsin there are foreign subjects and mid cionarics who have on account of lo cap disturbances suffered death o loss of property though no fault o their own We hereby command the governor of Peking and time viceroy of Chlh LI to cause investigations to lie made by their respective subordin ates of all such claims except those arising directly from the said attack with a view to their ultimate settle mont Moreover local outlaws nn rebellious subjects have of date giver themselves up burning killing nndi plundering to the great disquiet n Jitterdefinnce1 the said goernorll general gover hors anti commanders of our forces to investigate tho situation nnd to take such measures for the punish ment of the offenders and restoration t of order as the necessities of time case demand Aitm Homey tineS to Tieu TIn Washington July 21The bureau of navigation Monday morning re cehed tho following cablegram from Adm IScmey Take July 32 Goln TlonTslu today to look into mutters leaving senior otllcer here Newark gono Nngtfsnki for docking Washington July HThu navy de partment has received dispatch front Adm Itemcy stating thnt nt a meet ing of the allied forces coniinnnders July 30 was fixed ns the date for thoI advance on Peking Now York July 84 According to a Canton 0 dispatch to tho Herald n receivediThe contents have not boen made pub liei San Francisco July tThere fIs nothing In the extensive report of Ailm Seymour which luis been re ceived here by the American steamer Mnnij to prove the sensational story circulated early this mouth tint Allan Seymour who commanded tin Peking relief expedition killed huh wounded to save them from the Chi nese On account of the trouble in Chinu teas have mule another ndrano a txm nto S cants per pound wi a ONLY ON CONDITIONS McKinley May Mediate Between China and the Powers It Look to the Relief of the ForelKn MUilonarlcn In Peking and to the Protection of All Iorelarner In China Washington July 4lhe presi dent has listened to the appeal of tho Chinese government as transmitted through Minister Wu and has algal fied his willingness to mediate between the imperial government anti the powers but only upon conditions which first must be met by the Chinese government The exact nature of time terms proposed by the stale department can not be stated but It- in known however that the answer is entirely consistent with the state ment of principles laid down by Secretary Hay in his identic note to tho powers nnd moreover it accepts as truthful the Chinese statements rein the to the safety of the foreign min Intern at Peking It would not of course be possible to take even the Initial steps toward mediation were either party to tho negotiations to entertain openly any distrust of the accuracy of the state ment of the other There must be confidence between them The Unit ed States answer does not go to the length of the French answer to a sim liar nppenl In laying down conditions which the Chinese government could not meet even if so disposed if it is actually struggling for existence It does however look to tho immediate relief of the foreign missionaries in Peking and moreover to the protec tion of nil foreigners missionaries and traders in China nnd to the restoration of order Time Chinese appeal came to Secreta ry Hay through Minister Wu Time secretary promptly telegraphed It to the president at Catton and after taking a full dayfor its considera tion the presidents answer came to the state department It was put in tho proper diplomatic form and a copy delivered to Minister Wu who is to forward it to his own government It Iis expected that adverse criticism upon tho action of the state depart ment in this matter will be heard from Europe where the governments are acting upon the belief that all of time foreign ministers in Peking have perished but our government never theless regards its course as the cor reel one AU of the European gov ernmonts hove taken the stand above indicated The last of the to Secretary Hays note reciting the Conger message have come nnd nil o them in terms polite and diplomatic express utter incredulity in the au thenticity of the Conger message Consul General Goodnow himself man of good judgment also cabled ti warning to Secretary Hay the acceptance of the message without confirmation But the state de partment has fully considered tho message in all of Its aspects has care fully weighed the numerous objec Lions and suspicions put forth hero and in Europe nnd without gunran teeing the authenticity of the mss 1sage feels it to be n matter of duty to act upon time theory that it i genuine NINE DEATHS ALREADY fellow Fever Han Droken Out Amoncr Our Troops In IMnnr del Ifjjo Cuba Havana July 24 Yellow fever laDS broken out In the barracks of the 7th United States cavalry and the 1st delfRIO There have been deaths during the present month and 11 eases am now under treatment in the hose pitals Gen Lee has ordered the camp moved three miles into the countryand quarantine will bo strictly enforced otirtiers to a thorough gation into the cause of the outbreak undotfor n thorough 1st infantry embarks for the United 1Mates Condition of Cooiuu le London July 24 Advices just re ceived hero soy thnt Col Willcocks the commander of the relief column Ilit Ashnnti describes his entrance into CoonniBsio July 15 as presenting a scene of horror and desolation burned houses and putrid bodies being visibleI on nil sides He adds that the native soldiers were too weak to stand nnd thnt the British officers thanked God staregthey declared would have seen tho end Col Willcocks left the garrison well supplied with food anti ammuni tion McnrnKuii Will Not Inrtlclpnte Managua Nicaragua July 23The government of Nicaragua has ad dressed n communication to the di rectors of the PanAmerican exhibi tion declining to participate A lot tery concession lens been granted to Alex Ilermiulez nt Miisnyn- IlroiiKht Dawn Gold Unit Victoria II C July 23The steam er Amur reached here bringing the largest number of rich Klondikera Dud more gold than has previously ur rived from till north this season There is nt least n million In gold dust on board tin steamer rrlre Fight Article Signed Chicago July 23 Tommy Uytin signed articles hirc to Het Jack Mof fast before thjj National club of Sm Frunoisco September 7 for u purse of 20irmiiulu at 15tt rounds 1 t A BOLD RAID ii- a ten PcWct Succeeds In Again tat thug Lord Holtcrtft Communica tion Prlioneni Taken London July 21oen DeWet has again succeeded In cutting Lord Ilob erts communications both by railway nnd telegraph and capturing 100 of the Highlanders Time story of the federal commanders bold raid comes in the form of a telegram from Gen ForesterWalker dated at Cape Town Sunday July 22 forwarding a dispatch from Gun Knox as fol lows Kroonntadt July 22 Following from Uroadwood ent by dispatch to Ilononsprnlt wired thence to Kroon tadt Have followed commando since July 16 Hard sharp fighting at Pnlmletfontcln July 19 Prevented from pursuing Laager by darkness Eight hundred Doers found Our ca unities 5 killed and 76 woundrd Reach Vaalkrantz today Enemy doubled its way back through Paarda Kraal iu darkness Shall march too morrow to Roodevaal station Send supplies for 3000 men and horses also any news of the enemys movements I believe the commando con sists of 2000 men and four guns and is accompanied by President Stpyn nnd both the Dewcts Gen Knox continued The wire and main line of the railway north of Honinggpruit have been cut and also the telegraph to Pretoria via Potchefstroom According to my Information PeWet has crossed the rail way and going north Gen KellyKenny telegraphs from IHocmstcln under date of Sunday July 22- Time railway has been cut north of Honlngsprult correct nnd a supply train anti hundred Highlanders captured by the enemy A report was received this morning that a large force of the enemy is moving on Honingsprult All communication with Pretoria is cut oft The second and third cirialry brigades are following the enemy London July tThe Daily Ex press has thr following from Moohad odorp dated Monday July 23 There hRS been severe fighting during the last three days and the Doers have inflicted heavy losses upon the British at Derdcpoort Six hundred wom en and children from Pretoria Includ- Ing Mesdames Kruger Botha and Meyer have arrived at Barberton Letters reaching London from the British in Orange ulcer Colony assert that both mien and horses are on short supplies nnd out of condition for hard work If this be true there is little cause for wonder at the failure to apparentsparalysis of the operations fTHE JAIL SURROUNDED A Mob Brenkii Down the Dnorls Order tu L nch EliJah Clark= aTwo Pounded tIiuntsttllc Ala July 4EUjah Clark a negro charged with committing a criminal assault upon Susie Priest 13yearold white girl was lodged in jail Monday morning The doors of the jail were broken down by a mob and a rush made to pass Sheriff Fulgam and his deputies when Vlningoanothersman received serious wounds TJm mob has placed dynamite under the I jail and threaten to blow it up If the prisoner is not delivered to them Coy Johnson has telegraphed Judge Spenke to empanel a jury and try Clark at once Judge Spcako agreed to try Clark at 3 oclock The mob Is quiet nud its members say they will remaihso until they nre assured the negro is getting quick justice A stick of dynamite was thrown into the jail and great damage was done by the explosion The mob now threaten to touch off more dynamite Huntsvllle Ala July 24Elljah Clark a Negro who assaulted Susan Priest a 13yearold girl was taken from tho jail in this city and lynched near the spot where his crime was committed Ills body was riddled with bullets Mo AVnr In Veneineln New York July 24 Luther T Ells worth of Cleveland United States consul at Puerto Cabello Venezuela was a passenger on the steamship Olinda All reports about war iu Venezuela are false I left Venezuela July 8 and there was no trouble there whatever said Consul Ellsworth President Cipriano Castro IH one of the best presidents Venezuela ever had Castro has nil the states of Ven ezuela in charge of trusted military men fully able to suppress an incip lent insurrection at any time Famine Itellcf List UUSlOOO London July 4lhe viceroy of India Baron Curzon of Kedleston telegraphs to Lord George Hamilton secretary of state for India that the monsoon continues favorable this weeA except in Gujarat Kathiawar 1 la rod a and Itnjputann West where cultivation Is at u standstill tint rain is greatly needed The number of the famine relief list now roaches 02al000 Oerimiiiio Stnrk Mud Vinltn I T July 4ftcr n long period of Imprisonment which he endured more like a ferocious beast thun like n human being Geronimo one of the moot bloodthirsty Indium that ever figured Iu history half gone stark mUll Hirer of the AntlConinnct Law New Orleans July 24The Insur mince companies and agents operating J III Louisiana withdrew from the rto hcnstern Thrill association on account of the passage by the llg4 ture of the nntlcompuct mew r 1 wT gM 1Qo THE HICKMAN COURIERI Ucorgc Warren C HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JULY 71P00 GBN WHBBLBKS request for a com mission to fight the Chinas warrants a sutpiqton that ho IB nraklne a collection of Countries I IIuvo 1oulht- I8tttt IF wo dont heap a sharp lookout the first thing you know the Paper Trurt Inidependence as eo luuolt waste 11fI11OIi i ttttiWHEN wo seo by the dawns early light on November 7 what so proudly wo hailed at the twilights lost gloom ing lots hope it will still bo the Star SpapKloa Banner of a froo Republic ttttUJCOHRTAINTY as to the real situation in China has caused New York wholei salors to buy up all too imported to that market As a result the wholesaleJ price of tea has risen four cents on the pound ttttRHFOHTS from various poInts In Illi uoU indicate grout disaffection in the Republican ranks The Republicans are deserting the party for Bryan This is said to bo specialty tree In reference to the Uerumus j ttttMR IJBYJUf IIB aa intanriew on the Chinese sitdBtleji cays It IIs the daty of I the Ooveraateat to itn teet Amerhwa LI furs there He says Oongiaoi wiN ken the power to deal with the aw44w Ills dc ronity should be required ttttWILLIAM JsNXiNoa DRvSi is an elder in tho Cumberland PrtswyMriau Oknrch his father was a Baptist deacon i Preslt1 lent William McKlaley was a steward in the Methodist Kplsoepal Church ilrStevenson Is a Presbyterian anti MrII aUoosooltn tttt MR BRVAN has given out an inter view on the Chinese situation in which ho states that the bolt guarantee of safety the Government can give Americans of in China is to convince tho Imperial in Government that the United States IsO not a party to the landgrabbing schemes ttttUAs Uio missionary work in China oft the Southern BaptisU Methodist Pres is bytarianEpiscopal and the Lutherian I church 4 Is largglrln thaJTnngIfeo tic ang ralleyi the ned that tho rebellion is a about to burst into flame thoro will bo of W interest to ohurohintfn who follow close a t Ily tho mission work of tlioir danomina 1 tions I ttttwI ITeaChinese are surprising the world a r by tho skill and courage which they are l demonstrating as soldiers They appear t to be no longer nn army of tramps but t by their marksmanship and the fury of ki their onsets are giving evidence as of i I trained warriors It may bo after all P that iit is some time yet before China is i partitioned ttttTilE announcement comas from Chi cago that Eugene V Delis will in all I probability retire as a Presidential ran I didate and will throw his influence INM i r favor of Mr Bryan The reason given I for this notion is that Mr Debs saw his I t ticket was to be made use of by Mark 11 t Ilauua and the Republicans in their ef R fort to defeat Bryan and ho did not pro to bo used in that way i t 1 1posc ttttt TilE Chinese army has been organized i and drilled by experienced Gorman amiC Russian officers and those officers claim that hey make most proficient and promising soldiers Besides it is now said that when tho Chinese are united1 i they can bnng tho largest army in the r world into the field If these claims are true the Powers will not have such r an easy time in choir partition and di vision of that ancient ItlllgdomI ttttlil s Ix the last olght presidential elections J followsiA i 1808IRepublican in 1873 r Democrat iu 1870 y Republican in 1880 I Democrat In 1884 I Republican in 1888 1 Democrat in 1802 w Republican in 1800 qa It has been au alternation of Domo crat and Republican for thirty yuars It is the turn ot tho Democrats to parry that State this year ttttIBxPflBSiDEXT IlAitRigox Is not inclined to take a rosoato view of the Re publican outlook in Indiana In an in terview at Livingston Mon recently he gave it as his opinion that tho Republi r can party would carry the election this full but admitted that Bryan would J8I ccivo a heavier voto in tho east this year than ho did in 1890 Ho thought the I c ii ahanucg of tho great Democratic loader I II in Indiana much hotter than they over had been and said it would surprise him 15 should tho State go Democratic this faILII I interviewIi Y t r LOCAL NEWS Toe base tell fever Ihas about died out NaHgattoa oa the upper Ohio hasI about suspended Dose torget the big barbecue at Woodland MiTt next Wednesday Aug 1st hed that the Illinoto On tral KailiUd to to build a WWWO dtist Pulton The Illinois Central Railroad in oon siderlnr the question of pensioning their old ouii4oyes President MeKlnley haa agreed to act as Mediator between Oliina and the Muropeau Powers j TYes eortalBly we have Wall Pa net In II took W Also have a beautiful line of Samples for special orders Wiuoxs HOOK Siena The Stato Hoard of Bqualiiation has NILKI Itsi report with Auditor Uoulter showing the total assessed valuE of prop arty lithe State to be 8Ki7JS M The Courterollioe to being moved in to the Courier building on Clinton street where hereafter we shall be pleased to welcome our friend and the public gen erally Yellow fever is known to exist Canlrr1stregiments were to be brought howe soon but will now be delayed J E Olinton of Columbus K was desperately awulted by G II twr a wellknown business man at Jackson Teen oa last Tuesday and seriously wounded It was an old feud and about a woman Prices floating open to on its wav South and will reach llkkman in a few weeks Mr Price to said to have the troageataad bust company of vaudeville arUirtB that can be procured and will doahtias give splendid show PaUiarTbat min should be an ei i aaiMw to you my soa He entered the store as and worked himself up aatfl to afar yean be owned the baataoas SoaIIe coold serer do that ia these dull pa where they have eDtbI regiHtersBx j Another glIB of skOaterial humor c- eoines Iron Colorado Springs A clergy awn of that city anaoaaesd through the that lw would imach on lIeU Who Will be there and closed hto by aying A warm welcome extended b a11- A corisv of GotWIUMet rineenreached Iliekraan Wednesday morning and commenced the survey of the levee mate from Hfekma to the high tenths Madrid land Teen They are ties the Hold and will be engaged from to two weeks There have been nine deaths and olevon asset of yellow fuser the present m the hayracks of the Seventh- nited Stator cvaalrr and the First IB fantryat Pinar del Rio Cuba The camp has been moved and quarantine strictly enforced Men who refuse to accept public place offices with duties and reapoftaT JIRhaoi the iota and doings or failures to do of such public functionaries If you must kick kick yourself Dickey Smith a colored draymaa as seriously hurt Tuesday evening by runaway team on Moscow avenue Ho was thrown under the wagon the t wheels passing over his body He was carried bans and it was Utought he had sustained wrloua injuries The new wheat elevator nt the Hickman Roller Mills has peonl found iDsufQeiaat for the quantity of wheat intended to be stored and therefore the proprietors here declined to receive Inr t titer consignments rho necessity of n large elevator is demonstrated The Circuit Court Clerks of the 1st ConcreauioBalI District are to hold a meet log in Paducah July 3Ut and August 1 The subject to be discwwed will be The t atior in the Circuit Clerks btIafter the adjournment for the WIlLI Presumably they want their tees better regulated At the levee meeting at Crane to balks a levee from Orosno toward Hick tsar on the Missouri side carried by lOtI for the levee to 41 against it Abo the proposittoa to issue f1 00000 iu bonds W yenta 5 per cent The levee line is now complete for the protection of the whole Mississippi county when built At Knttuwa in Lyon County Luther Wiseman a young machinist whoso hone is at at Gauntly Twit was stung on tho lip by some venomous insect still as n remit he lies in a veryI critical condition His lip Is swofru to I an unnatural size and it is feared that blood poison may set In He suffers till rlblvIA nwnfl home taper to worth more him than otter because it gives him i 110III0IUt1Ifor the best intererita of the home eom JOGrhomowork for the der k Nneit ofyourown community popelare Ohio river and will roaoli here in due time Tho show it to mid to butter Otto tturoa than usual Call Franah sad yearTheyshow to by Mr J B Mc Xair The Sensation never fait to attract a big erowd at Hickman Cut Pricey I will rut the Jrite8 on all my Summer Dry Gcwii Thin k a good chance to bit meflThe books for the new Meriof the Iliokmtin It A L AssoeiiiUoQ are now open Now to the time to lath han wishlagfarms or to iimprove same on long timto monthly payment and at reasonable in torost It is sate for investor but it ini a mistake to conclude that in specially uUractivo merely to investerst ThdM who derive the teat hn tit lit tli who borrow to secure huHMM tuuu anydetailed I tary at ones I Cl Ul fJHUtlU tYhioh is Ih6 KHiblHHi of ttuntLi1fiIi 1o1hlfJIIIIIOS Crcnlinnn uji pared tJinilMnlcs for tit Socoinl lhldo i If the theory of the y that the American paapwlow paasvaad llouttIIn militarytoro to nght they aaHJl ation of Mr Stevenson fur Ykj dent was s wise art If tbs wrong and the American peoj f readily become enamored with stub ab its own sake the DtHnoeratie lInn tvffll is defeated anyhow Mr Stevenson stands tot Jttai y JS t Huouevelt stands fur war Or tare conservative sJnljaaim liR ww er is a yonnw rough rider who sertsd a I a sohliT for three m mtlts sad lllJIna- IIly intends to use his woldlaf coat lien po lithjal advertisement for UM natal life Hoth parties acted with grief IW1Jt ation in the selection jt their eftlWHlrtiaBI for Vice President Rile MMaimlfett fir President was beyond the ratthe two conventions they wese a- adviwceone fa candidate being theses by the trusts and nyadfeatas and the other by the plain chain ef the fuaiar of hcT party It to in the choir o atoaa didstes for Vice President that wWfcunt look for the present tumtiawet ami po icyof the average leadership hi both parties The two candidate toveti osfBd Roosevelt present a striking conlHmt In presenting Air Roosevelt la tfa country ss a candidate for Vie Prail dent unmet bin protest Ullt K aM1 can party showed the courage of Ma be lift that the policy of imperiafhjn ol Kuhject colonies and of milltarytom IIIIt popular policy It In a held mil htilliai stroke No man who has staaaat Uk political conditions of UM United State deny that The idea of plnAR I rough rider at the head of the Jtthe most august fegtomUre body ia th worldimpUn + the abandonmsa ol i peaceful continental polio and the fc ginning of an era of military ciIt to certain that noe pastes II lb other to making a iwrious silitaaaJBh I estimate of the present temper of INliIopinton on thin continent Which par read the sign of the times oatsects Is the tMMAIIOOII or la rough rulers cost the true sjnafeal c todayProm7 atragetic itafM e jlriltllitMkler i o4hthe policy of military lures and sa r adventure that picy Iembodied In Mr JubsevaU time but one I law the excitable yore Governor of New York wpm la UM Fie Cavalry before the battle af Santa After giving me a driak of water OUT a iHteket which he held too lip carefully asked about the IDIIt n made npftn tne iieopto of the Uoed States bv the oonduct of hiss rgintI- nI the skinutoh at Las UuawniMM lie iWM as thirsty for gkiry as I was fur a tor No man run blame him for thus I only mention it an an indication ofsirloaairacter He aid that be had n Q- ed hIM jiuHition MX Amtotant lier tar of I the Navy because there was a gr at chance for glory in the Held Ilis 4 diors coat Bad already became in to imud a political advertiHomeat lsron he got the full benefit of the ad r eNewcitwnent of war had died down II ik the war of Cubs was a war fur hunknl ty forced on the unwilling McKinley 4 f etnoenitirpThat n to POW draining the country of its we th and wending hundreds of our young i it- o die in Asia to a war fur thfJrkll Ie of trade TbareH no spark of moralityor hum Il- L 1 in it We shed toe I I odof our va soldiers 11111dollarll Cuixasi laundries in ChiraK an t1U1i victims of a Caucasian Imymtt and tq l i laundries falkd last week iu roiaij qanuce llncilpts of other CbiL vj inunJries have decliovd So poor neat ii i eaudkdatemime opponent Will chats d Thus N 4 the tame with Jefferson who Ma iw agaalastJobn Adams wits Jwicinin vln tact twice against Joint t oincy AIU J with William Hinry Iliurisfio H h Jj twice against Martin Vim IHur au4t with Gvover Cl viUiil who r JlIIi s agaiast lieujamia IfarriHtu Thin rv prd4Jd by friend of Mr Itrmn I r tWagMas IKAMTH A Main oi tt 4 hPnllinan waits to Jx Uoveruc of i mIKHS KIte bwi jest issued II pll far u which she declxii her cIf an lens l ml Nit UepnblU n a Oeniocnit a Mdl 4 of the Itoad man it fold Di ins r Frei BilviTite a Papuliit and a i parauce advocate She all ap si terf of all particw to pleas Ijnpport and MM and heap hra- scf1 a polite neptwli it would l1 IZ trvintrfy uiiKuihiut in lh 1HUIslSt j note to vo for city nun e1ee itrtlou is tillr ivir Wl It It MTreris Ali iuv MUD CIir nf 1Ii i J Stunt uf MIIII jV jJ ii rst flj souse excitement in Camillawrites Marion Stairt it IIM the glut of Muucie Ind sti only v IIL JO pounds wloI1Ir t I V insaidii I to us lit KIIIK ii v ingained ixinii m A OIllplll s f lllil I II iud ot i ujitrn oguantntet 1tllJllI uaswwwow wwv a flees Worth 12000000 I jjurN in hi rtltrhdrlelhs t i Jilxiv ivi n 1iitlvrinjf IM s IkNsI III rh1 sjijirklo1 in his irunrn on his I cuftMIi l i tcs llion Tour Sumuirr Trip ijj r roui i lIli train i r II Mil i 11 it U to IH Wi x IK u rni N y I lotalhlft i IAAIij I i I tillI West low rates nopfTMtr j s TJito wapny has la Morvinn a 1 I7H IIUH of netC restiUited ouacb t1 Nle pen Their suauner adwd I ni are UAa i dNM enakeatMu dlit St Lun Union iittatbi titirnt Hummer resorts apaebU i A Ohio repratsiitnttta lseliidl toIaiwMX lines attend o lUipar raaar v J i HI rte Bantwar UckHa m aaw i r l unlr let l M return loarJafur rates upplT ttt Ywaat ASSJK f 1f HHKPARD Qaa Jffcs Aat R IS 11 UllfliT- iijr an Kiltlnr to KecomntwuwPnlonl- Kadroliiof lt ntm Sylvan Valley News llrerard N I i iiinv be a qaeirtioa whither she nd of a B41 wspakar has a right uNirly commend tats of the vac propriPtsry medtrnam whtoh good market Yet at a prevvottTe of set II liar we feel Ma duty to any a good ni for Chniaasrlahi Golle Chokers 11l DiairhoeaiamaaV We kav know l wed this Mertfefn m oar family atioat twaatgr years ant aarvaltrara and it reliabU IH BMIIT eases a dose tbtat rssjialty vrquid fiats hirers of suf ring whit a pH aMaH to awaited U impUaii ttw Ueva that it n koUtte of f 6ambe r use- Colic Ca4ara aad Diarrhoea iiietlT wars kept oa hind and admin red at the mesptkw dan attack orb entering mfg be avoided and alty ease the preseacc of a- iJsew to tint ceded At least thin IM base oar aarmaje for the peat tweet yeses For sale ar CeiwRif9 iVwgUl HtektmiU and A M Shaw tat LaDe drngRisb LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE Il It DKPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First rlNNd turnout liuKici1 urrrys earriageM wfr t tiii A CuxLocuem served withurt r 1IISlin 1a tiunatfe noliiittxl 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followIUK iirAiniuiOP WM introdornl wad sod orrlcnd cpraad myna tb rc aide pabltohMl and lay over anti the tlt r zttlw metlslt Tli tity Cud at the City of flink itniii lrl ordain an tfollowa to wit S I That it shall be wtlawrnl O- Prmll ha 1aR all oootagfcmi ur lniec- boos dlwNHe to appear spa the atwetn ur man7 of w pwhUe paan n of tile fit r of HieJawiH nm any pervia n of r uilinir ahaJI upon tamethM ta tB d not I Irilbav uer pNltr thiui One hundrrrt Latter 0 1 That it aball be antawfkl for any p Twa wbI IUMI kaMiexpawd Iu eat InltIUaa or nlarln Uiwuw and who 1r in each ooiMmoB an likely to niumnirate tIM 4JMwa to ntbrvr oo alC nrt ieun MMM the strarti or other pvbbc pi wm i ltb sty of Hick Stan Ky saili tiny petMO ao offendiitic hall apes oouvirtioo be ftttMl not few that Kirr Ml blur Uutn Ale Handred IuLIMw tire a That U ban he tle duty nt tray phyaiekin prarlkin iu for fitjr In iifrfiiy the Yutiir at 001 apou dimav riot any eoiitajrioua or tatrctitIM r1I1IIIZI r l IIMIara- S f 4 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dsat Iwytt u tart ate Cimmac 116ut via a t Manila ppar at rii IL ttttb age kid wm wane vat er Mat Welt gaotirbye ror thin tame Answer suou unit often but Your Son RunT WUTHBRLYI Manila P Lii Jot little Apply llAitiiv M EUJSOS ISrlcU for Knle For h Hultr I I I sura- c1It r by MIlL M V WJUH i STOCK IEAS JOlt SALE i bars a kuve number of bushols of I CJdI Putty Oft hand and ran fill all or I tllfII1 for either Iill CoW IVaa 31 SHAW Stale Lino KIt JFhlshluJ Rigs for Hille SbE O I Ky t Public Notice I Thfo lirhnl of Ledford Rogers having I t a kjrLfJu to euft We kutop any end ter t inc la eat 11M 3 tL i t 9 I his i I for on I FOR f y f SOP mock eI T sitBruMi i G friar S liRe stritk Stl Bty L M if ri urn its are an edaeteli ar tu taw unit Stuuiuji 4waehu uiu it ruTATo A A d i ill More Shoes Better Than Those Offered Before Because wo have REDUCED THE PRICE a Third to a Half bolow value Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 98eatLadles 8800 and 8170 Oxfords and Slippers Tan 5148lxttBtfarrthlnff inonr2J50 and e6OO Oxfords these uronJI rodciMd Jllgh to grsulcr thikliaison goods 82 00 Reduced Prices on all misses aqd OqnareDSd SLIPPERS 1 The Best Values in all Grades of Shoes RICE XflYLOR I CASH FOR THE BESTf IjICBOCERIES Go tliay all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TOiRogers Threlkolds UPIODAIE CROCERT t Wrrruvcft OLD STAND OfoteH Street FRESH MEATS J I SHOE STORE where r Goods Delivered rEe Telephone 74 LEDFIRIILICrocories Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement rI uwrty rr ytWug Mutwily fceix in a ffratola Grucery and no natal will W spnrwl to JtmY aoatomara MrmMte k CiOOD GOODS tt FAIR PRICES Try me awn Street Telpbope ml Good Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office Itwkyad MoSberrlTrl1 Whe t Dllsi I Oli7or and VoLo a32L OTiill l1ovvsLaw Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows CoJfew Ilames backhands Traces e- BQ p GTIES and HARNESS cf tilt bestrailes MM attics atawa kn Meek itt facg qmntitrea To get one f to snit jn will have no fireaWar efther ie sfcyfe IN fwiirk Girt ua a trial k EE I EESVES fc CONI KENTUCKY r fr t I I rI I r I 1 4 I 4 I1 nw4 C N iTs FROMM WR8HINGTO c Items of Intelligence Relating t Affairs at the National Capital EFFECT OF THE PRESIDENTIAL POLICY Attitude of the Administration on the Chlurir AITnlr The Xnturnl Heaultl of ItnperlnlUni The Democratic Dcclnrntlun on I uei Emphasized I Special Correspondence The practical certainty that the for elgn Inhabitants of Peking have been murdered turns the eyes of the coun try on Washington to see what course the administration VlIl take Natural i ly the Indignation over the outrage causes various expressions of strong fooling but It is generally recognized that the administration is in n peculiar position utmost any step that it takes t will expose It to criticism from the vast f number of people who have been view ing with alarm the policy of imperialism adininlsIt i tration circles that troops will be rusher to China and that severe punish mint will be meted out to the nation which has been guilty of allowing the murder of our minister and many American citizens Still it is explicitly pointed out that no war will M declared against ChUm no matter how many troops it takes to carry out the Intentions of the ad uiiuiutrution and that Cia InRIDen wit e nut be deported from this country while hostilities Art going on This sounds very much like the ad ministrations way of doing things It is now carrying on one unauthorized war in tne Philippines under another torn It is doing In the Philippine v Jiat it denounced in 1S03 ocrlmlnala- ggrnliion It is said just now that the administration has no intention whatever of In ping in the partition of China but w ill only act with the other powers to punish that nation for the attack upon our citizens nut this asstirance will notgo very far with those who have watched McKinleys court Iin the last two years The administration has a- very optimistic and fade way of mini mizing Its ictperiaUstie performances beforehand On the Administration ExCongressman James Hamilton 1 Lewis puts the whole Chinese trouble squarely up to the administration He saysI charge the Chinese outbreak directly I upon the republican administration It is the direct result of the an nouncement made by this government that the United States intended to en ter into the division of China Since tj these assertions China has viewed us F as Invaders Its assaults upon us are I because of that feeling of our hostility l t to them During the last 15 years wherever r missionaries have been killed It has de II veloped that they had violated some sacred ritual of the Chinese faith Oth er nations besides the Chinese visit the offender with death for such desecra t tions It isI apparent for the first time ini the present generation that the Chinese j government has given sanction to t t an assault upon Americans and for r O elgners generally 1 This is because our missionaries and ambassadors were regarded as the ad vance guard of a force determined to appropriate the Chinese empire iMr Lewis goes onto polntut that so long as we kept aloof from alliances with the continental powers the Chi 1 nese government treated our people y i tradie i 4 privileges 4 1 It was only when this administration t was beguiled by England into an understanding I that she would be helped f thatfbeganjAmong pthers Mr Lewis quotes ex Minister Denby while n member of the i Philippine commission speaking for the administration as saying that the time had come when we should join other powers in appropriating a 1 spectablc sphere of China to ourselves Senator Lodge recently said that our government should bear its responsi bilities in China and participate w 1t the nations of the world in the division of that empire from the base of the Philippines ImperlaltmIi Mr Lewis remarks that we are now reaping the fruits of the harvest sown by this administration while under th linfluence of its dream of Imperialism He says We must take one of two courses Ilumlllatingly step out of China with e proceeed r armies into a country which can band t together a standing army equal t IeerJ man woman and child we have in the United States and still not begin r to exhaust their surplus I It is clear that If war is to be made in China we are both unprepared and tunable to reach a victory while losingr a the trade because we have made ene roles of the people The question is are our people stilll willing to take time woeful result which i the policy of the administration a J proposed in the Philadelphia conve tlon and admitted by the president fin Ills speech at Canton Inevitably pre t cipitates upon us Is it to be empire of war and bankruptcy or republic of + peace and prosperity It seems to be t r up to the administration As if to emphasize Imperialism as the most important issue the new comes from the Philippines that Gen Mac Arthur not only cannot spare any troops from the Philippines but that i t 1 1 0- i 1 ii i actually needs 100000 men to subdu insurrection The Filipinos are bet 11I armed and In better shape to light for their Independence than thewere- a year ago The net result of the Chinese trouble 0so far seems to be the loss of life umoug American eltlzeus in Peking the de feat of the Ninth regiment acting with the allied forces at Tientsin and the disabling of that splendid battleship the Oregon It has been known for months that the administration would be grad to wash Its hands of the Philip pines only that Its understanding with beat Britain made the Islands seem an available base of supplies In case of trouble such as is happening In Chinn now Of course it rather upsets the plan not to be able to spare any troops from the Philippines The Paramount Inue emphasizetthe democratic declaration Impe rialism is the paramount Issue and of course militarism goes with it linn nn Bliss and Heath arc busily engaged In mapping out the republican cam paign on new lines They had earnest ly hoped that they could force the dem ocrats to make the fight ou the issue of 16 to 1 and thus divert attention from imperialism and the trusts Hut it cnn not be done The more honest section of the republican press is urging that the financial question was put Into the background by the action of the recent republican eongrMs and that the ad ministration fortes are making an ab surd spectacle of themselves by trying to put up a nan of straw Afraid of the Record As Chairman Richards of the democratic congressional committee re marked the other day The republic ans appear to be afraid to make the campaign on the record otthis admin istration They fuel that the less the people know about the facts the bet ter will be the republican chances for success The democrats are putting up a most vigorous congressional cflmpalf from time Washington headquarters There Is every prospect that the next house will have a democratic majority There were many things In the record of the recent republican ongress that aroused the resentment of good citi zens The attempt to put congress above the eoMthution in the Parto mean matter was perhaps the gravest affront In many close districts the republicans have practically given up the fight and concede tilt places to the democrats ADOLPH PATTKUSON DISTRUST OF MKINLEY Beit Mind In the Ilepnullenn Partr See the Weaknem of the AdmlnUtrntton If the average observer were asked to name the three ablest nnd most respected republicans now living whom would he name William McKinley Mark llama and Theodore Roosevelt Not if he were honest and thoughtful Or would he name Thomas C Platt Mat Quay and Henry Cabot Lodge Undoubtedly t thoughtful observer would select exPresident Harrison ex Speaker heed and Senator Hoar of Massachusetts if called upon to de dick These men although widely dif ferent are the representatives of the best ability and character in the republican party of today Gen Harrison was his own man every minute that he occupied the whlto house There was no Hunnn over him He impresse dihimself greatly upon his fellowcitizens 03 a man otI sincerity and force of character Quite naturally Gen Harrison has little respect for McKfnley whosendraln Istratlon the expresident scarcely attempts t to conceal his contempt The other day talking to an Interviewer Gen Harrison said that he did not think that the republican party had pursued the rightful course with re gard to the trust question and thought theadministration was playing fast and loose with the people on the matter He regards time administration however as honing been a wise one for the most part but admits that several grievous mistakes have been made in handling the reins of government When not talking for publication he has damned the present administration with much fainter praise He let known to take no stock in the Philippine and Porto Rico business Thomas D Reed the brilliant ex speaker whose equal in mental equip proh with McKinlcyism and left public life rather than be compelled to defend the weak administration for which he feels so heartily a contempt Senator Hoar the old man eloquent is constrained by affection fore the party whose cradle he rocked to stand by the ticket but everybody knows that neither his heart nor his brain Is in the cause How can McKinloyrism distrusted If not despised by the best minds In the republican party expect the support of the people or most ridiculous of alto appeal for democratic support on pa triotic grounds Albany Argus The handling of the revenues has been such that the piling up ol sur pluses in the vaults is now threaten InS u scarcity of funds In circulation for commercial needs UH fell which can only be relieved by using these unnecessary taxes in the optn market to purchase bonds at a big premiums und thus enrich the bond speculator latherathis or n virtual panic now confronts tangible financiering which republican organs maklnRIIoustun When the trusts read the reports of Mr McKlnleys Canton speech of acceptance they can exclaim with lit eral truthfulness Never touched usl St Louts lUpubUc J RENOMINATION OF BRYAN What It Mean and Why He Ida nc come the Democracy Choc Leader c The renomlnt1 lion of William J Bryan is a notable honor to a re markable man This will be the Judg meat of every intelligent American who examines Mr Hryana career In the light of history and who emanci pates himself from all prejudice for or agulnut the candidate and the great party which twice In succession has made him its lender Mr Bryant entered his party na tional convention of 1890 as a member of a contesting delegation As testeH by the standards of his organization which prevailed along to that time he was marked with the taint of parti san heterodoxy The Idea for which he stoodtho unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio which would have made the intrinsic value of a silver dollar half that of the gold dollar and which consequently as a largo majority of the people of the country believed and believe still would drive gold out of circulation precipitate the country to the silver basis and disastrously disturb an values would if sanctioned by the conven tion make a break with the tradi tions of a hundred years of demo cratic history Moreover presented to the same convention were the names of older and is judged by the canons of that day greater soldiers of the silver cause Richard P Bland the pioneer of the silver coinage movement in congress was urged by n large ole ment of his party for the presidential nomination Another fnetion favored Horace Holes also n silver ohamnfon who had carried the republican stronghold of Iowa for governor and who had mode an culcicnt und popu oar oulclal Senator Joseph 8 C Blackburn of Kentucky a veteran fighter on the silver side in Iota branches of congress Mil tome power ful friends In the convention and Ie ceived many votes for the Hoatnatlflu Yet this contesting derogate who was admitted to n seat by the farof the convention but whose mime was sew to a majority of time Idle gates at the time defeated through the magic of n speech which putt feelings of Ida hearers into Iwrnlntr phrase men who had been leaders of his cause long before his nasty WM hoard of outside the ward in whisk be lived and carried nit the convention prizeOther men than Mr Urynn whose names were not proTouslyl coupled with the candidacy were nominated for president But Mr Bryan had no military glory nor was his name nt the time the convention of 1506 met connected conspicuously with arty great reform or cause for he hnd IIUtliceout from the roll of ordinary members on the silver side What then was the secret of Mr Bryana power over hi party It was tblln his speech to the convention lie gave the idea whlrt for years had been struggling for expression In his party mom striking expression tnan hind any any other of its orators Ides party de Glared for the free and unlimited coinage of both silver and goldput ting silver before gold for cmpna lt at the 16 to 1 ratio without waltln for the aid or consent of any other nation This meant that compromise and equivocation In that party on that Issue was ended Mr Bryana proclivities coincided with Ills partys new mood Ills phys peal traits moreover lent power to tit moral attributes What are the causes of Mr Bryani hold on the affections of his party in 1000 aside from those which gave him the candidacy In 1800 ills robust sincerity which eren his partisan en emies have never questioned hit strength ns a campaigner as attested by the fact that in the most exciting canvass since 1800 and with hundreds of thousands of democrats nupportinr Palmer or McKinley he polled nearly 1000000 more votes than Cleveland compnlhJItourhis party rank and file that he 1 Is on the whole the best exponent of hit parts position on the issues of the finances trusts and antiimperialiim partybasecountryinand upon a belief that Its cause Is in herently strong with the people In every election for president In which the same candidate confronted each other twice In succession the nominee who was beaten in the first Instance won in the second Jefferson who was defeated by John Id1 ama in 1706 defeated Adams in loa Jackson who was left behind by John Qulnoy Adams In the contest which tIJlrelllntatiYIAInthe electoral college In 1SSS William Henry Harrison who was easily beat en by Van Buren III 1830 just as easily defeated Van Huron in 1840 Clews land who was 03 In the minority in the electoral college of 1888 in the contest against Benjamin Harrison had a majority of more than double that figure or 132 over Harrison in 1803 New York nnd Indiana have been swinging alternately front nrm party 1o the other In Kueeewilve rrvasses for more thnn a quarter of a century nnd both were carried by the republicans Iin 1800 Four your of power for each party has been the rule for several successive presidential terms and It is the psturnThesn considerations of analogy and Impressedthemselves hoptbnsThe panic of lS3rviiIch began a t e few weeks after Van Duran entered power was one of the causes of his Ufist in IBID That of 1S73 in the republican period helped to reduce the republican majority in the elec toral college in 1S70 to one The mon emirt convulsion of 1S03 which start 01 bout n month after Cleveland vMt to the white house n second thus helped to roll up the majority vihioh was onst against his party In IVM The Homestead strike In thn of 1SOC In whichHI miner many perI Bon were killed nUll much property destroyed In the list year of harsh sons wvlca was one of the reasons for the republican apathy which was noticed In that campaign und foi the repuulican defeat which came at the polls A panic Is decidedly Im probable this year but labor troubles and crop failures lire always among lh possibilities nnd any sort of a calamity Invariably hits the party In power Ml of those reasons coupled with the conviction which IIn doubtless lion Itly entertained that their policy will upon presentation appeal with tone to the majority of the people together with the fact that it Ila the American practice for each aide to waVe an active fight In every election uhitever the chances may seem to be explain the hope of Mr Bryan and hi supporters toot they will earrj the omntry In 1000 Charles M line vet in Lewies Weekly THE REAL MOTIVE Tronlile In China Delta trafll by tit AdmlnUtrnllnn to Hide Home AfTnlrn It IIs much to be doubted whether the rnt innate of laiperlaiUnH IB underatecd t at thte Into dote by the IMMMM of be American people far the events high led up to the policy of expun M11 in the orient seem at the first Lanee to he IIn the nature of n do- m of fate Nevertheless a little rv ticia will serve to ahow that the r1publican party hoc availed Itself of Iix rys 1etol7 In Mantis bay IIK or rr to hold prick opinion at arms bryth while domestic policies of then ii t farreaching Import were bang detopd to their logical aonolmion The device tally no mesas new When NiHleon III vvas menaced liy tie arching scrutiny of the peoples eon iii nee he inatlnftlvely had revtinn the scheme of an empire In Mexico tt tea that bright dream Ruled the urn with Germany followed In the In rxnrablc login of things This the blood and treasure of Prance were Halted la the vain hope that a foulI rrimo against tree government might hr blotted from the memory cf taco titer this disastrous fashion has der- Itartl found Itself compelled to act r every land and In every age Ire m alone stand In no needof n screen In tho present oust the title ol no Jjnn ty IU in question but the justice nl a system of polio Is under examina finn at the Judgment bar ot conscience The corporations have grown until they overshadow the government which created theta while wealth finds increasing Immunity from Its proper burdens If the problem should be presented in its naked form the popular verdict would be a foregone conclusion The Instinct of self presenatlon thus compels the republican party to becloud its errors of omission and com mission with Issues which should have no place in our politics At the outset it was the evident Intention to treat the Filipinos nx we have treated the Cubans but the representatives of the trusts say their opportunity and the Instructions to our envoys nt Paris were so changed as to convert the islands into spoils of con quest Indeed the apostasy would have taken the form of a repudiation of the nations pledge to Cuba If the moral fiber of the American people had been less fine It thus happens that a party whose original shibboleth was human free dom finds itself the champion of the doctrines that might makes right At such infinite cost do parties or rntn palter with the verities It is the first step that costs all the others are easy nail Indeed inevitable Facllls de soensua Avernl tl Is however clear that President MoKlnleyn ruse will have no greater measure of success than the tojrd Na poleons The plan for the retention of Cuba has already met with n failure so complete that even the republicans In their platform of 1000 have been compelled to announce their unequivocal recognition of the national obliga tion In the fullness of time the Fil ipinos will receive the same full mean ure of justice and America will once moro stand forth ns the one sincere ad vocate of tho principle that all just government has its origin In the consent of the governed Jn order that this supreme result may be achieved It behooves all rightthink ing Americans to exercise their full munsure of power by tongue pen and Ballot After all public opinion is the folding force In this government The spokesmen of Injustice nnd greed may wield u mighty Influence for n season but the sober second thought of the masses IIs Invariably fatal to nil scheme vilteh lend up to the enslavement of the many for the benefit of the few hid great wrongs of the present time must be righted but we must do jus tice to others In order that we may come Into our own Imperialism IIs but tile cloak of monopoly and should tiieflfore be torn away wlthm ruthless hande Imperialism Is not a myth It IH riot n bugbear to frighten people It ft actual peril which the nation went fice courageously and fearlessly grap pk with If tree Institutions are to he maintained and preserved The fight on the democratic side IIs for the people and their republic on the republican side is is for elevation of the dollar iboVe character Dubuque Herald j f jj +CS t fiGC+ GGCG1rGGCGt CrCt GG1iFIF E EIFGCt4GCrCC 6C4fn6frC C vy y y MnA J 9 CLAIMS SELFDEFENSE Mark Steven Shot smut ln tnnrty Killed nt IralttKlan K Au- KyeWllne Story Lexington Ky July 22 Mark Ste byJdeed was done In HO If defense Tho testimony of Sam Tlllot and James Murphy tim only eyewitnesses gives lIayStevensthe Armour Packing Coa building on Rose street Ludwig was seen to walk ucrow true street and grab Stevens by tho collar nt the name time draw Ing a knife Stevens drew back his yammer as If Intending to strike hut let It fall Ludwlg dropped tho knife drew n revolver and fired Tho ball hit Steven over the heart Ludwig bylVilllunLudwig Is a railroad carpenter ands a nntlvo of Boyle county He onoo here about three oars ago from ClnIeiun tt having hon employed I I claims on time Motion Ludwlg claim that Stevens for no entice attacked him with the rammer atop knoekod him down STABBED TO DEATH A Crippled and Onward Union a Keeper Kllleil Without Provoca tion Urn Former Pollremnn Frankfort Ky July uWM Mom rison Ngn1 M nof exCity Work house Keeper Morrison stabbed and1 Instantly killed Alex Dewy agwl JB- a Mtoon hooper at the corner of Washington and Clinton street at 4 ocloek In front of Tom OrllTya sa loon whir I WH wine employed It seems Dean hud beet trying to- isinlaid Ala Istr Sla Dente to whom Morrison had kern itNylag at tention to 50 home White thus en gngwl and without a word Ipnanhtt hell the parties Morrteon ct dtHtly enraged with jwakmwy and an gerd at iemna ailmonltkNi to hU Deans sister walkwl ap and HtnUlMMl Dean In the Irk true dirk blade protnidlng through the heart felling hint to tho ground duel Mar risen was nrroatcKl nt loW and plaeedl la jail on n charge of sunnier Morn son hoc always borne a goodl reputa Urn and hums nt tltnos served on the pollee force- SARDINE BOX ON THE TRACK OfflelnU of the llllnoU Crntrnl II lleve That Another Train Slobbery Was Contemplated Louisville y July M Train No 103 of the Illinois Central taft time rails near Mlllsldo Iiy1f8 miles from Ixiulsvlllr and the road officials art Inollned to believe timid It was the re cult of another attempt at train role bery Luckily only the oitjlno and the mall conch loft the track and ns the train was not running nt n high rate of speed no one was injured1 A annlliip tOn filled with rocks had been placed on the track and whrn tho engine struck thin Impediment it ran into the ditch Julia Deviancy was nt the throttle and after applying the alrbrake he jumped The on glnr was IIIl damagedl anti carried with it time mall car whlah fared even wore A New Rnterprle at lIrUnrll llartfonl Ky July 21A company Is being organized In Hartford for time purpoxoftf building anti equipping n large electric power plant The plant will he used nt first to light the streets rvxidences nnd business hoiic of the town but it Is Intended to build n plant Miifilalently large and powerful to furnish force for the operation of an electric oar line tram here to amine i olnt on the Illinois Central railroad Itepulillenn Campaign Committee LotiUvllle Ky July 2tfhe Ken tacky republican campaign committee will be appointed within a few dnye Time following hove been Ill lected by Mr Ycrkon nnd his ad vtfcra and will be announced us the conmlttee should all accept as they hate been asked to do Leslie Combs of Lexington George W Welch of Danville George W Long Leltuch field John Marshall of Louisville Chnrlm L Duty of the Tenth district Trotting atiilllon Idle Howling Green Ky July tmuoGrass Humbletonlnn n Ktulllon for which Mr IK P Ncal of this city 11 years ago paid 10000 IH dead as the result of n rupture lie was by Victor Von IllMiiinrck out of Hambclctta Ho was 17 years of age und land n record of S 17y Drank Essence of Peppermint Sergent Ky July 2Nenr Beat rlcc Win Onborn aped 32 a wealthy young mountain farmer drank en sonao of ppppormlnt timid died an hour later A love affair induced the net Involuntary Mnimliinuhter Greenup Ky July 2rho jury returned n verdict In tho case of Isaac Crump ithurgcd with tho murder of Ufcorgo Hyden and found tho defend ant guilty of Involuntary man slaughter mind fined him 130 Time evidence showed that the killing was accidentalt Petition In Bankruptcy Owensboro Ky July 22D W Htiuton of Morganfield filed a peti tion In bankruptcy In the United States court here Liabilities 1608 ao ass- etsI I AN EXTRA SESSION The Irulilnlurr Will He Culled los the Iurpovi tf AmenillnK the lofbel Kleetloa Law Lexington Ky July 20t the conference In Senator Hlatikhurni room which lasted till about 3 oclock Thursday morning nod at which Gov Heckham was represented It was agreed to recommend an early extra session of time legislature for the pun pose of amending the Goibel election law The result of this conference has been generally accepted Thurs day by tho Hcokhnm men and it has relieved them from rmbarnsnmcnt over the only plank in tho platform thnt was In dispute Tills plnn leaves the whole matter to the legislature without any epoolfic ilealarntlrtu b3 the convention na to how time modifi nation of tho election law shall be made meantime the opposition say that the Itcokhnm men have malt thin potiooMlon under protest and loginmatureof the law They also Insist that the conewwlon ImllentOH wwikniMHt on their part sad that tho fight will procured from a test vote on temporary chairman In wkkh Judge J K Itokutiift Ila the Il okMim onndhlate acid It Freak Ptmka time candidate oaths appoiiltlon BATTLE MAY TAKE PLACE Tno Inrllen After a Slnrtlerrr Ohms tu Lynch Hint Mild the Other In Proleet Mini Girth JCy July aT8 weeks agn Andy Meadows ahot Jobs Delphi true sp tI near stIMaNI mr this comely roM tJ cfflMta of which Delph died SntHnlny moniittff Men slow thttwjfht IMph wan 9M Mutton who killed Meo4ows hrotltrr IIn n Pearls of JvJjr fight Meadows Med prewHiHably to Arkansas He was reo IlOrtMI to have hers seem kicyi sow ever IIn n brn wmr Woodbine Delpiss fri started at otto for Woodbine heavily armed sail vowing they would lynch Metnlotvn If they enHgltt Mm Meadow friend learned of the lynching party nod also orgnnratd a gang And went In pursuit of the Ddph gang Mmilown was nowhere to befouled and lime woakldee lynahore rw turnml home stet dispersedI How ever thy say they will make another scorch steel will lynch him The Moa down iMpHortorM are still anneal nisi If soother attempt Is inadv a kettle inny result Drowned IIn M Stared of niooil Winchester 1Kyn July 2gLauf- lush wna arrostml charged with the murder of her Infant son on Mnrali IS by drowning It In a barrel1 of blood At a slaughter hoiue In tlih altjr After being put In jail the women oonfmMwl her crime She Mild the ehlld was tarn at Lair on Jnnunry 8 Sir started homo with It Mnroh 12 arriving after dark She concluded rnthor thnn take the child to her mothers hoiue she would kilt It Finding n halffilled rain barrel bj a sired In a vacant lot she was ernsntng she stripped1 tho child klwiml 1 It goodi by and threw It Into the barrel hunt foremost The body of tho child a manic WRIt found but not until rtvcnt Ily was thoro any clew to the mum dorrr stem Trouble In Itsle the Money Mtddloeboro Ky July U8ome time ago John D Rockefeller agreed to give the Lincoln Memorial school nt Cumberland Gap 100000 If a like sum was raised from other sources Ninety thousand dollars tins beets raised and It is said thorp will be no trouble In raising the balance The directors of the school have bought the Cumberland Gap Inn tho Hnrrc gate Inn the sanitarium the Arthur residence and the site of the Four Seasons lintel They have also bought about 500 acres of land One Ileekhnm Taking n Ret Frankfort Ky July 22Gov Hock hum returned from the Lexington convention nnd spent the day hero but left nt III htlor his home nt Itardatown where he will remain till Tuesday freshening up A mooting of party lender will be held here next week sonic time at which campaign plums will be daolded upon An early campaign opening lis niwurud Gov Heckham lad no statement to ntnka regarding on uxtrn soHHlon of the leg islature anti opinion Is divided ns to whether ho will call ono Wntklim for Henutor Sturgis Ky July 22Time precinct mites convention held In the Fifth dJH trlct composed of Union nnd lien derson counties to select tho demo cratic nominee to fill the uncxplrcd term of former State Senator John A Hell deceased resulted III an over whclniing majority for Irnf1 J Wutklns of SturglH over Mr Hiram MuKlroy of Morgunflol- dIteitilt of nil Olil Trudge Lexington Ky July 22L IL Lud instantlykilledon Hose street Saturday Ludwig was arrested lip came hero from Cincin Anti An old grudge was the cause of time crime Oat In Oooi Time FInleyUnderwood his candidacy for representative of Carter county subject to the action 04 the republican party The election will be hold In November 1- 001Ill frtl r h 1 t tT A T I f TiiY 1BLICAN CONVENTION dotaleJ eU fur Governor Without L Any Opponltlon rlllc Ky July 18The ropub lis u state rnnvrntlon nominated Jfgrernor lion John W Yorkes of lHtjHle nduptnl a platform declare k Wc Issue of the oleetlou to bo ftOobd election law and adjourn d gUJiln tlirce hours There wore aswJlujtlijocbcl democrats Jn the manyIsii isRatlan then wore according to I ftciiiont undo from the platform enioernts A feature of the a a eLoa waa that thew all pale tri partydoneI presentoerntkanddemocraticrig a purpose to welcome Into the jbllcnn party nil democrats who opposed to tho Goebel election 7 Shcro was no nomination to be ide by this convention except for stcrnor as thin years election in rntucky Is an extraordinary one to 1 the vacancy in the governorship ode by the death of Wllllaliu Ooe I rlI The present governor heck am will hold thud ofllce only until Is successor Iis elected and quallflet ulrra he should himself be elected otcrnor lion John W Yerkes the nominee or governor is a lawyer and one oj he most prominent republican in mucky lie is At present a collec tor of internal revenue but before holding this place had not been an o01ce holder lie was a strong can didate for United States senator when Senator Deboe waa elected After W S Taylor announced that he would not be a candidate for renonilna then Mr Yerkes announced himself as a candidate and no other name lea alone beeu mentioned for the placeThe platform which wss unnnl wousljr adopted contained three planks the second and third respec tively endorsing the Philadelphia eon mention and Its nominees and urging the government to protect Americans deeding1tbfollows KentuckyIstraordinary duty In the emotion of a governor The events of the past 12 month draw together all the friends of social order and civil liberty lie publican ofllolahi elected by the IKJO pie at the polls have been denied thrtr otttees and the jmojilo of Kentucky deprived of the right of choosing their state ofllcUls Hepubllean members of the legtskittire were unlawfully un sratMl the city of Louisville deprived of the right to any part In the eon duct of the government the counties of Johnson Magofiin and Martin have been denied all volec In the choice of our oWeiT Tlttt courts declare that the only remedy for tliU Invasion of personal liberty rests with the peo plo at tho polU WI duclare that the oflfr talarable government is elf gov rrtiinvMi We declare that lu this Mate all tarn must bo free and equal ant that the will of the people must Ira the supreme law of the statn We demand for eaat child n free school bet we dony that education or Re ottmulntod property alone confers the right of suffrage The fist duty of Kentucky eltlzons IIs to repeal the Oooltol election law which IIs the Bource and oontlnulng strvHgth of the wrongs done In this state A vote of confluence next November In innn who are all usurpers of oflteo nd who have for ft year peat been aetlijg together to thwart the declared will of the people wilt be accepted as a vote of confidence in the election law thnt IH n hint on our statute books The Uoi bel low must be nbollshod or republican IQIIUtlit Ion muat lw sir rendered JconnnnUon Invite all friends of civil liberty and social order to unite wlUi tilt republicans of Kentucky in wNNtrlng the repeal of tho OoelMtl Heellnn low nail the pre servation of the liberties of the pro Inc We congratulate the republican teeth on the clTorta made by low Taylor mud Ida coofllolnln In scouring this right to the people and thereby preventing the state from having os oflloiTH men defeated at tho polls Bred y Urcllnr a Nomination Loiitfivillc Ky July 18 Former Oov W O Bradley declined a formal tender of the republican congres slonal nomination front the Eighth district Thrrellatidrd Hurl Owcnsboro Ky July 18ln a three handed dial at Hawesvlllc Hancock county between Allen and Prank Inllinin and Jnck Ilcsson HcKHon was killed Instantly and Allan Julllnm died three iiouro later Tho trouble grew out of n gambling af fair Ifcsson killed Jack ODanlal De cember 25 1807 The IulliaiiiH are nephews of Judge A M 1ulllain who Jellied u James Miller In Ilurdlnsburg and brothers of KdI PiilJIani who hilled flew W B Swopo several years ago Hrtltril h Calilnet TroaMe Bucharest July STho conscna tine and constitutional parties of llou mania having formed n coalition the Cnntacuzeriu ministry has re lgnedr rccommcndlk tho king to intrust to 51l Cusp the formation of n conserva tive coalition cabinet An rufnvuriililw Outlook Berlin July 18 James Uowrcn of the Tenn R8co Coal and Iron Co is in Berlin looking into the propects of selling American pig iron here lIe considers the outlook unfavorable ow tag to the bjrhfrclchts aid duties I TAKING THE CENSUSI 01An Enumerator tech nUb Woman Wlio Dlilnt ItMIOIIIAny of the Detail tdl manVann= tal4 for nu J1y husbandol n Moore i I0l I am we hive Icfcn children they are all weltI now Hat Snit in the census man relate the Pittsburgh Chronicle quuJiOQi our oldest llay lisa the measles when he was three lie Out began to walk when he was Might months old and the day after he was ttn months old he could walk clear around anythinglie oldGutcrosm from the first time he ever tasted It- iI hisiratl old Johnnie the next to the oldutUiMadam stop atop cried the enumera tor answer my questions I dont want to childrenAnd theI ceuiua taker alto lost hfs temper arid left Millions for nmeball A million of dollars are upenleveryyearup in the game of baseball but si large ti this mm U it cannot begin to equal tbe amount pent by people in search of health There is a lure method of obtaining itrength and it li not a one We urge thce who have spent much and lost hope to try lies tetttri Stomach Bitten It strengthens the stomach makes digestion rijf and oat ural and constipation Lib iouiDeu and weakkidneys us le Content IlreteaieMr Zeke Datkleigli I want to Pub dlhere Oaw Snow ikr arrested He done aol me er kaie erbcer en day aint audio in the big but rain I watch UAll right replied the Judt you want to fur out a warrant charging bun with upretensesNeI fo centfntlflKeller Thew Doctor otlCDwUrrI regularhysio1Letter Arehrooklyntreated Kteral JaTi without btnrlh for UJI i daysii eyelidt I shouldbqthe medicinal properties of the Lotion and laI the only soap to be used in connection with it Iour druggist dora not keep it JurSti Mien orSopWbat kind ofa hautedid JtiIturned in KettisB JUwitdr ott its the kind ofa heouse which hit windows that wont allybutIodlupoliln Murqurtlr on Like superior ii t se of the meat charming iiimmtr roert reached via the Chlesgo Milwaukee k Su Paul Railway It bsUbiul k eaUa beautiful teenexy good hotels and complete immunity from My fever make A summa r outing at Mar queue Mtek very attrastive ram the mlortFVtry eoBUmibg a detehpmn ef Marauetta sad the copper country addroM with fur qeeUlIaonlsage HI lbUj11arurlaebi Itah newhatDctroThe dlet 1rrertIIunfur Chill and Povcr U a bottlo of Chores TASTKUMH CHILL Toxic Ittit simply Iron and uuts 1- nalastollnsform Nocuroaopay1dcoZ Oc- Mr wife boast the happy yonng 1beneoict IsI an open book to me Iine UM JtcUred the oU married man 1 cant hut her up Philadelphia Pre AN the Kentucky belle chew Kinnc Gum They like it Many an Illiterate man III able to make hit dolor nwrk Chicago Dally News unlur KicrouT Cincinnati July 23 CATTLE Common 1 85 d 4 25 Select butchers i 10 CLI 15 CALVES Kxtrns of 0 50 HOGS Select packers 5 43 Irat 5 50 Mixed puckers 535 It 5 4- 9SllElilholetI H 3 75 Qi 4 0- 0JAMHSIttru 5 00 I 5 70- FLOUItSprliig put 4 20 I 4 80 WIll rNn S reel QU 7BV- JCO11X No 2 mlxixU QRtaOATS No 2 mixed fe t1No S tit 0- 1IAYCheine timothy6i 14 50 Mmss POJIK Qt197a LAUD Steam rti 0 70 HUTTRKCh holre rrtnlll 2- 1AIIt4ESClitn 14 POTATO KS dllfrlala 3 f 00 10 TOBACCO 17 50 Old 14 75 OIIICAQO- PLOirU Win patent 3 00 tt 4 10 WHEATNO s red 78 a rsv No 3 spring v Cw 73 CORN No S Cft 99t OATS No 2 24 4C 84- KYK a 541 1OKK MOKS ll 4ft Cfll 85 LAltn Htcniu 070 tjt ff 85 NEW yom FLOtIt11ln patcht 4 00se 4 50 WHKAT No S redtTO B4- COitN No S mixed it day OAJS No S mixed i12B- nYI to 6ty4- POIIK Moss x12 75 frl3 50 LAUD Staam II 735 I DITUtonE WJlJMrNo 8 rgdL 72y4fi 2Vs Southern VV4 70 ffifl 70ya- C011X No 2 mixed 42 v 5 4- 3OATSNo2 mixed 271tl 28 CATTLK First iptiil 5 10 fu 5 25 HOGS Western 0 00 5T 0 10 INDIANAPOLIS WHKAT No 2 red cift 78- CORNNo 2 mixed Gn 421- OATSNo2 mlxetlrtl 23 4 IOU1SV1ILU- PLOUn Win patent 4 00 i7 5 00 WHKAT No 2 red l5 75 COUN Mixed M 441Va OAFS111xedii 27 y POUKrMeua ILl3 00 LARDSteam CO 700 I CnlvcrMtr of Notre flame Noire nnnie ladrWe call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Notre Dame Unto verity one of the great educational tlati tutions of the Wtt which siinenll in an other column of rhft Paper Ihosa of out reader who may have occaiion to lookup a college for their ions during the coming thePresidentfree or charge as wen as Jill particular regarding term courses of ituiiie etc There iis a thorough preparatory cbool in connection with the Univcnity in which students of all gude will have every op portunity of p parinK themselves for Lighter studies The Commercial Courio In tended for young men preparing for bustl IeorIiIs an IInlraue department The higher courses are thorough in every respect and students will find every oppor tunlty of perfecting themselves in anv lIne of work they may choose to elect Thor oughne in elasa work exactness in the care of students an tfevotlon to thechar- acteristics interests or all are the distinguishing of Notre Dame University Fifty ix years of active work in the cause ofeduCAtion have made this institution famous all over the country According Sofia Creed setathelie1 dare not doubt it otherwise my shatteredWhati I believe that men are nuniihed in this EveningsewsDo Yoar Feet Ache and flora Shake into your shoe Allen Foot Ease s powder for the Met It makes tight or New Shoe Feel Easy Cures Corns globing Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore anll Swcatn Feet All bruggist and Shoe Stores aehI 25c Sample tent FREE Address Allen S Olmt d Le Roy N Y explained arefiTelightGrocer madam iis because it fis entirely free tom andDoton M ran script To Cold Inne Day Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money K it falls tcurc 25c It IU lurpriiinr meahow a man t Indianapolislewd Did You ever tUft Aerois an old letter ink all faded out Couldnt have been Carter Ink for it doeint fade Minds ofsteel are often narrowed down that they may have a cutting edge Itams Horn t j AND g WEST STORY OF MANDY HIGGINS BAySSrg IiIt f Wi f fu Have yon heard how Mandy Higgins baby Inr41 Oh she Is better and just as clean and sweet as any baby ever was Wen Im mighty glad to heir it Its about time the poor little critter had some rest I tell l you what it Is If Mandy had washed its head with CurJCUBA Soar firstoff and put gn som8 GWIf cuiu Ointment when her babys head began to get crusted shed have saved herself heaps of trouble w f and tho poor little kid would have been a different being Think of the days and nights Man walked the floor with that baby taint got no kind of patience with people that has to be boldly1 t ff about a thing a hundred times before they begin to believe in tho virtue of it It Now I told Mandy moren three weeks ago about CCTICCRA SOAP and she knew Just as well as you do Liz that wed used it hero going on five years or more and that nose of our fanally cycrj had a pimple or any kind of irritation of the skin since we first begun using it She was that contrary t i that I could nt get her to try it on her baby even though I offered to give her a cake of tho soap and some of the ointment from our box 1I- t But now she comes hero about every day to thank me Fact Is the youngsters bead Is as clean as a whistle and her skin is just aa pretty as you ever see on any baby t- J MOTHERS Mothers to know tut a warm bath with CunCTTRA SOAP and a ring1 anoInting with CUTlCUR the gret tklneure and pet of eemollleou will afford Instant relief permit rest mod steep to both parent and child and point to a Kpecur cure In the most torturing dliflguilng ItchlDT burning crusted sod tealr humors rubes and Irritation with loss of hiJj and not to lIe them la to fall In your duty Think of the years of anEertng entailed brudI neglect Cures male In childhood are speedy loermaomt and economical ttkortewllturased afaabaV A da eCUUIIII lk1A aala tes- tsPlanraaaeetrreataoetealO1JmiTreadPoirnMnnCaaCoaelrlo I iiIiiiBI i BR iiDid You Ever Know 5 anyone who smoked the same kind- S of Five Cent cigar any length of = time Five Cent cigar smokers are tryingSng ent as there always seems tope some thing wrong about the cigars they have = been smoking Ask your dealer for a- e OldVirginia Cheroots They are always good Tfcrcc faaadrcd million smoked this year Price 3 for 5 cots DlI lriiii i iislJIItWVNUNNNitH s rlYrWtYrt43NraWrrrrltirtraYrrrlrrrrrt4rlwrrrravrwrvAtrrrrr arrrrrrrSYd IiiTHE WONDERFUL DIVERSITY of on LONG ISLAND 3 MAKES A TERRITORY IDEAL for the SUMMER SOJOURN JI j r1 JA I I GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS 1 S TRENDS EAST ysJU 5 NATURE COOLED BY THE- SUMMER x WINDS s New i DayHeavilyPerfect Beaches Surf and Meadows on the South Shore I3 9 Roadbed Cinder Ballasted and Oiled s FOR BOOKS SEND STAMPS AS FOLLOWS I- i0i Long Island Descriptive 6c = g 8cSummer 3Cyclists fa Paradise Maps Routes and Distance ac LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY = It M SMITH Traffic Manager II H FlLlERTON Spec Agt Pus Dept a= LONG ISLAND CITY NEW YORK sj VWVAWVWWrWMAWrVWMVAWWWWM ti4tiMAtiY414Mt Mhl4414145fi NNtNNNta41i I a a j c N4NitINi4NNiiN1lWNi WINCHESTERSHOTGUHS FACTORY LOADE- and SHOTGUN SHELLS tbs winning combination la the kid or at tb5 trap AUd ilcncUUxm- WINCHESTERREPEATINGARMSCl iSo WINCHISTM Avs Nrw HATCH CONK I +iil4iiNti SOUTH H1USTRATBD I Winchester i Factoryloaded shotgun shells Z NEW RIVAL S t IILEDERandj iDR MOFFETTS AIIijsrrititloiiAdsDlgestiofi TE E T H I NJrgulatui the the Bowels Child Easy Teething Powders LTEETHINARfltv the Bowd ofCostsI t OrmdlSStCBt tOJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO u =SPECIAL OFFER 011 this 4 entand nd W und w will NII4ouUtVloJln Outset bra IPC 00nicctit- oaaminauoa at your esp omce dad U snot nutty u represented and the mat wonderful Urmia JoarIIard ot pay the nDrceajtnt ourSPE t plu1nprnemodal wfthanobowontofnettnugsloltn cottal1clIT ooodhighlypoltiiled povtrfaliuul psuoandleelJROIiUTliI LILT HOUSE MIIINFAPOU MINN e T x r Personally Conducted Ideal 7EXCUIRSlON w Thursday August 9 NIAGARA FALLS w AND RETURN l wjth1Si1 Day Xa1xn1t PorRoturxitt 7aO Indi FROM Jlos I 7 Cincinnati i- aoo i 6sea R IR AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL THROUGH THE 1 Most Part of I S650 Additional to Thousand IslandsI 160 Additional to Toronto Equally rates from all tributary point Agents of all connecting lines sell tickets for this excursion Descriptive lenilet giving full particu inns mailed free Applv to agent of the C II D or address D EDWARDS Pass Traffic Managtr Clnennstl O u ealsdlRedsondbJePrkesfiiRoiite bTexas CHICAGO TO ariIIscents Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Beautiful Canada OMAHA In going to Texas via and the Cotton dayinonly 50 cents extra 25 dayYou your meals at hour you Want them order you want from spring chicken or porterhouse steak to sandwich take as long nlease to I eat it and you willonly have to pay for what you order The Cotton Belt offer you the qolckeit and shortest route Ten wltbou cllanc elln orferrytransfer Doth trtlnikrarqnltiprd with comtortaWeCoaehu and tree Po nlfthtWrttetoIIlad will tell you what roar ticket will eott ind what train tterertingnlsbookletomkethe bet time ao ATdptoTexas connection Wo will also send you R1s 0JDIISDdLEemtbkTtsa LfPWUTLLRrthTas rtUiISMJLIWiTtlleTMa f nUT TrACIdKtUO J as SITTcTfAtUttitKftTots Eo W LaDEAUMB 0 P and T A St Louis Mo Double Dally Service New lino Tla Hock ford Dutiiiue Waterloo Port jIllj ItbmrismoktntI I I Tickets ol of I C nIt and connecting Uifi jLUlilNbO QiX Chicago I e TILE low any lly Memphis any anything a a a as vou of dl7nel we to L MONEY FOR SOLDIERS HEIRS Heir of Union foldlcr who mad hotuoitvnilt of lost than liJncru befuroJl 1S74 i II nltabandoned llttio nrtoitlonal hoaivivau nM Will not pirt IT used should uldrtv wdn ut imr tlculnr lltMtV Ulf h lituemi 0 CV A N KE iS2t1 WHEY WItEtISt to AnvnitTirunplruto eliitc ttn t vow iuv Ite AdyortUv meat to thus putter r PsIIV II DOUSLC ARRCL BREECH LOnOINC SIS SHOT GUST for NcwIIREECHSAtYNgwwirwukrcnUHG7Cuh r10Nttrolowuerladede GET SHOT rJbodOyrveta1enlpotagpaldoarrtlpte alJry jpt IN THE DttDd WOItLD DUii 1i 13 H1vv6venTMROBERTS SUPPLY MINNEAPOLIS MINN t I a Nit l 3 r tt w h tJt 1 j MaterialJ t J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1I 4Y J JsBER I 1 I Doora and Windows Shingles o K j Lime and Cement c 1 AJI Paints I l I ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY J FURNISHED r c FEED STUFFS li H f I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc IS i L P WS 1IiI theiron w v v w GRANDI FicnicBarbocucIN I j DR BURRUS WOODSLOT 1 Woodland Mills Tenn Wednesday Aug 1stY I FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE Sacred Heart ChurchIJ HICKMAN KY RAllROAoa EXCURSION Trains leave Illclonan XYt at 8 a of m i returning at 815 pm Fare 21jctJ Train leaves Union City at 9 aml returning at 745 p m Pare 200fl J JLRfar Sale I have a good farm 24 miles of Mos cow Ky of 325 acres 200 clear for sal at 826 illpricet Write or calL Terms easy Several other farms for sale in Ky andTennJ 7134 Fulton Jty It IToBaild a tarfew Tower j a of1 The citizens of tho little town of Port Fulton Ind think BO much of their cur in 4 few law which has been in force a year they have determined to erect a curfew 111 tower in the middle of their own part and in the tower place an elegantly ton iin t tedbell The structure Is to be hand somely ornamented and will be a credit to the town as well as a curiosity for it will be the only one of its kind in this region of the country ot + XBUam IB Parr Prayer r tGeorgiesmoths instated upon his re pealing the prayer of childhood He promptingther ness had nearly won the mastery by the time he had obediently got as far as I my soul to take Uod blessbeprompted his mother Georgie has a tltl- t flutlI t t tering of his sleep Wlen lids as he lump ill ed them all together God blew the 1 whole shooting match And he wasI 1 asleep Chicago Chronicle t 64000 Aereset tTbeDeering Company who owns 54 I of timber land in Pim lacotAugust rr and Dunklin counties and who are f about to put up a mill to utilize the waste product are consulting with U S H forestry experts with regard to encoare fta aging the growth of their trees These l alllfnjnrlinaecte tree ass nt 1c to the owners of timber lands Oape ifGirlUdean Mo Democrat r the Hoier Fishes Also I Judge The charge against you 18J drunk and disorderly What have you If to say 6PrlsonerIJudge eagerly What luckJJ The prisoner talks volubly for five minutes while the face of the judge ually hardens chargedrunkenness ofa perjuryTown Dent Worry er Drink Liquor Health Commissioner of nrThursdaySune to excessive heat It may occur in th sun or in the shade A person overcome should be carried lbinJ l cool watr poured constantly over the t bodyDnn persons should of rusegreat care In their diet and o holit eat too little rather than too much I temperatureJ and4iall liquorsJaI and ger and worry should be avoided I aletar I your run your sdie it successfully the place to find t I t is around the shady aide of a town store tellingaLow somebody elses biminem ought to bo run t to make It a go and rehearsing ail the I gOp that Is rile about town and doing I I r s f pff- frtl I a l f HEAD THE STAIIS Prof SalllraB Says Ilrran will Win Pro John 11 Sullivan of Yonken N Y says that four yeas ago he read the stars and decided that McKinley was sore to be elected On the etreng of this previous success the Professor has again consulted the planets and the lesser lights of the heavens for an else tion forecast only to find that at pees ent tho stars are Bryanspresumably In favor of to the Yonken reading the trouble Is that the nomination of Mo Kinley was delayed for one day If iit had been Intended that he was to be President again he would have been named upon June 20th as the people expected it Instead he was not nom inated until afternoon June 21st Unfortunately at the time ItJeHinle- was declared the unanimous choice olt the Convention Venus was the ruler of eighth hour The House of Death Prof Sullivan concludes looks very bad for McKinley This is not all for the moon was In the seventh house The moon indicates the people and th seventh house is the abode of ones en mice The sun and Saturn m opposi lion to each other from cadent houses indicates the end of the matter refer ring the reader of the stars conclude cotoThen too the position of Jupiter t the second house shows that the wealthy classes will bring money into the Am paign to no purpose except as Is proved bv the position of Mars In the second and seventh houses to bolster up the Democrats Venus destroys the lost hope torahs U on the way to th eleventh house the House of Sorrow Te Prevent Prematare YarlallII I A Society for the Prevention of Pre I Burials has been incorporated j in New York City and steps are to be taken to obtain legislation la other States Which will make it impossible for human beings to be interred alive j Those who are interested in the new I society declare that a sufficient number authenticates are on record to prove at least one person in every thoUII and in the United States is buried be J life Is extinct and they purpose to prevent this In the futureII Germany and France and other European nations have enacted laws on the Theno law that requires any delay of the embalming process re interment in cases f even where suspended animation maybe suspected There Is no law that requires tests by physician to determine death andcc special attention la called by members the new society to the practice of c physicians who sign death certificates cases of patients whom they hfeve at ten dededthe body after awayTheset forth the articles of incorporation as Protection against the peril of interment while In a state of lethargy or coma the giving of succor to such as may be in danger of suffering the horrors of a too early sepulcher and the bringing about by all proper and nec methods the enactment of sec I lawsor reforms in existing States as I sha callseImpoa9lbillty atTttEaE are several tine consulates absolutely going begging at present They are located In China and the salaries gin only wren the consuls reach the lratposts UKCLE Sax will have 3700 regulars in China by the lost of this week under command of Gen Chaffee The International rescue column of 100000 men is to start from Tien Tain to Pe kin a distance of about 100 milts on 15 Sons one hoe called attention to the fact that there is an old prophecy tgin the year 1000 all the nations of the will be at war Has this prophecy been fulfilled in the present trouble with China and the nations It would seem JtsfulftllmentI wars and rumors of wars everyday and where the end will be all the people to surmise and speculate up DItThere Is one thing certain that all may that there is a great upheaval of the nations but the future no man knows I modAdmiral Dewey will support Bryan I I d Stevenson Ij j The Committee announces that I omcialllnotified C I dent and Vice President in Indianapolis on August 8th 230 p m They are ot supposed to know officially of tli nomination until then Atlean- n ts Constitution who happened to get on locked jury addressed the following note to the judge We the jury bein hongry and locked up eight hours with regularbabitswantin to eat and recommend thatI tholibertyeyourselves fer courthamfind the dofendantguiltyd Caun1a JdertHothehimHlckJ ban of man and burled the treasures under u constatad a mostly watches which the officers took adlacedame as iiis pal Mike Cooley Money to Loano I wAtorrowers an e 10000000e KOWa Is Your cuaDCfi io seI cure a Home ChyEASY PAYMENTS I Laean I aleratio I more than ten years and dun I this time has loaned more than 10000000 to citizens of Fulton unty the chief part of which has buillinag homes for its members There several hundred citizens of Hick man anti throughout the coon who ore and have been shareown ePrs and each can bear witness to its successful management It pays a reasonable profit in a sure and safe deposit for your savings a it iis a splendid inducement for the young to economize and save up their money It affords borrowers the opportunity of paying monthly installments enables them to utilize rents in paying for homesI and in about seven years scan plishes that result The books for anew series of this Association are now open and will be held open until the 3rd ursday in August 16th for the subscription of New Stock New Stock is issued in February anilof August only of each year For any further information call on the Secretary at the COUIUIR I office Hiokman Ky I anAThe WEEKLY AMERICAN tho Lead ing Southern Weekly till Oct 6th 1900 and a Dues in a 425000 Corn Guessing Contest for only 10 Cent Watches Free hSend 10 cents to the Weekly Ameri 1 n Nashville Tenn and you will be at the Weeky tile leading Weekly of south till Oct 6 1000 You can al edbocontest Guess number ofjrraius on an cornleuRth1 end 21 inches in middle 21 inches i small end 2 inches To the sub scriber or subscribers naming the cor rect or nearest correct number of grains on the ear we will give J2oO in cash If more than one correct guess the amount will divided The ear of corn hue becu placed in the American Natiobal Bank uuhuflked and under seal Contest cl es meLetter Queues must be sent ca subscriptionFor wewill inbscriutiona goodwatchthirtyHUesallowed a guess W e have some offer for club turners Send for b qreatFrom and sample copiesTHE AMERICANR 4ouHnlHHloiierN 1 elfro Ar0FULTpx CIRCUIT COVKT of O Araberg Plaintiff j I 1GcoNotice is hereby given to the Creditors un undehllgnedCir- cuit Court under nn order m the above styled will altbeLdoCourt 1000 tsOf 3claimsI 3 pehwithin the time specified above will be lorerer barred TYLORMutcr OourtByCominlMHloHerM Jfipe 1 rN KOLTON CIRCUIT LbrRT- r A Luten admr Plaintiff against FqultyM E goers oral J 1 JNotice vllle orodiofj that tho un Fullircuit east pa order In thebove styled cause will attend at 1 ilshofilco on the corner of Jnckru and R 1 streets from the date hereof bit day of the next September fA rmilerava this court 1900 to receive and hear with of claims uglllnlt said Vecedontand that l1 hindnl by taw withinthe tlmo tlpecutud uoove burred will be forever PTdYLOftMastBy TOM DILLON SR Deputy itircuitOou rt Jt r- 1T i i America Lines the Longest The following la the mileage of g tho Sthavingale 9089Chicago 8icago sys chison Topeka II Santa Fe7 133 Southern Pacific PSouthern6410Missouri5026Great6203ThetnelargestLyonsditerranean ItalymUM Gerai anya largest system Bavarian State hoe 8432 miles wl Ish1 rai ng1lways 2 699 mUtt t You youamberlains buy Diar rhoea remedy Cowgill Ss CowRUl Hiokman earl A M Shaw State Line will refund your money if you arc not satisMed after using it It is everywhere admitted to be the most ncc Mf nl rem theonlyplelllantIIle nThe Tkergktng Ittklnlllwars and rumor or man the irrtaUit bdfoo4I w paper wblcb It Rreliit rod beet dallyAreut An Inlelligial uoderitaetllng of Ibe policy ofa nation letyI I tvtrTolllteohimselftheThe Baal Weekly Republlo It tlilt xrcaltni of all oewtptptrt totals tnto and cable Dews service tietls that say other paper It petals the sex ne bndomesticDt DUlhlntlccctdThe pIcaadldatilreapingbyInrol I Wteklj Republic No Ilees worthy of atttnlloD ItI the Re repleteeach uricInt wr by it of 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