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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w s 7j u 4ii i I THE HICKMk4 COURIER r v t AL I== = O = = OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUOKY tr = = == c == 1 ESTABLISHED 1859 I1ICKM AN FULTON COUNTY J KY AUG 3 1900 VOLISXXV NO 36 u m a THE NEW ORLEANS BOX ERS Soparato State for Nogroes I If tluHnllnoILyrlllufur nelf gov ornmSlU la dependant UJKIII thoir ability at all ileac and malar nil olnrunwtniieiwi tu protcot lifo prbKifty and liberty then few ulrouiimtanfeM onu nUind thu twit In Now GrliKimi u iNild bud dfNpdmto nc- iifro prculpUttUx n riot which nWtfptuvor thu iowdr of tilaUi and city otllwr lu iiintrollind rn dUd In the dwtU of n munlMxr of whltM anti blank Tho riot wiut pr clilUitd by UM ftfgfci dopemdo i i Oliurlvo riMltiiij iimwt triM killing i wo wliu K4kMMi This Inllnmftd thu l wMio Kliul mid MOM grew into H litr tort tap umny Innocent volorod lwtpk bciiiK klllfd and UTiifndtKl and Robert ChnrliMhiiiu If IdlHntr ettniany fill G white and vrutindintf a numlxT of oth ITH IIxtfoni be hintMlf win killed The dworfption uf the riot or mob tfhiii under hmdway wtte horrlblo But it tIN wn IIjr owu or nmny rwiirrlHg iMUiwrn that Jiuw Iww MMily it ki to toNeh the match that will light uutho fury of moo IrujuIj dlw It In elalnQd shut tho nirgro Rob I ITI CburkM ma tlraulattDK incendiary printed usdtor inaiting unto un tho pert uf tho Hrgrco pwBrd tho whites and- urgingUletd to kill burn u Wh n tho public tided hi Intlanied it In next to imjioiMrible to know tho real truth Thus rued rima are of frequunt oeourrcnre iin tau North ae well la fn tho South andI lxjrliD i inoru frojuently In the South btcHUo there In u largarwlured element in Ute South What meanure of olftHjt lardl oHliM hu In thttHo riuU It ia HO aay tadvlermiiw but It illi JMJU t notIj I tear they are more ajrt to occur In time iI of political vroltotmitt ami whvrp 1Ij I negro 11811UIfaUoth larf nogpf I hiblKng any wlllt eottlanr In Uieir trr ritnrv tefttiK flUiUd Inn niwH tkol will tUb oyt Wllli tie Md uf Um prowl tkntlnl eamptdgN i THE CHINESE SIDE OF IT What They Say and Think Jt r t1TdrI mation to know nonitwlmt uf whut the hints think nail wjr flat hints loudorv ehiully blame ufurdKnotx Ihe iauM they think they aim to nulijugfiU their wHiHtry deFtra their U v rnniMit and rullgloa Tlmy my tiny have uti juyed their raiiffloM for more trim fix ihiHiwrnl yKmAHd do twanl Ion+ Imiifle it for My nets rsJIgUni- AHNliMt DM iHnrelMHU of furflxn r ixHinlrlM having nttubHuhBd hnmrliPM 1 1ntvarimM jwrUof Uhhthey IIUVH HU prt ju liooa Itt Uniy tuu iiwetMwlHtfMiiwl the mMoimrlm who iiwi t that nilI llicJr cl4t ri liiHl tnuliliuoii nil llwir HH thMMil ilk nil Uiwr r 4iKtou liwlltutiixiy and tlio Uhin M Nrt u very mliKiuuM po- plcurol wn iif and inunt 1ho given up to fiiiunioo n rrlixiun and a ptiikMupliy whirl Chlilw frHrd tut UM crmtiim ufr Huplu wltoin they kook no ii little hurl f IjarlmrlmM nr Ht lIta1 M uxtn m ly new in Uiirfr eivilizittlon And whiii they lave givau tlpufr mlmiii over into the lendlHK triiis of UnN IIVWCOIIIPIX tilt text more IIi for aotwMriun of nun e ul tantikl nrt dsnmtidtd by the hunt etc un of the nilvrinnariu or thuIIl who follow In their wnkiT CHINA M OIlAMUBn Since Um Jaixmw wur Ohinii lion born dunked on u an oitay quirk hut slit iit not Thoy hud noUiint to tight fur thiii Now they Bunt huvo to ho driven t j tlin front to bd eliot down by the rn tiny In the history of the world win out bo fo i nd an I hut UlIlU of more fewr- Ica di4nKiird for dniiKur and dwith till I chiiracturizM the OhiniMv in their IlrttlIL warfare Oai It funaUoium pa triads u diitbuliMii or whntuv r and tho fait riiuniiH that they are mutt donpcr nil lighters and mioh nun nooiniiiKly iiixiuux to biMit tho front Sine the TaimnoKO war Chula IIIIH boon undergo lug II partitioning prti Ills in which till CliiiKfii laity soon tholr torritoriw KOJZ illon till most rodioulouwly lllniHy pro xtRi her ports havo peon Tonttd vlr wally by force tKincnMloiM for building dlway and working Million havo been tested from her noluns vulons and al EwtI every nation on earth mi niatler w itmiKiiillwint lion asHUinod tho right take n lplwe out of her- thatrhrobhhng llcuilnclio mid jnickly IIIIVOrun If you med KIIIBH New Tlioiuaiulfl RulFerori have proved their inutclilesa tntforUlfli mid Nervous llondachcH ey nmko pun blood and build up your lilth Only 25c Mono back It not Kil Sold by all drugKiHU Mw John lFord anides Nettle tweak of Fulton are vinitint in the KHit4NH regardless of party will o it that China in properly and timer ily punishod for any criinuti against j g t J nnnirnntitmnnnnnnnnrnnmmtnni mmmmnniimniitnnmmninanir SPOT CASH 4 y 1IAVITJsE S 1ee iiAt ELLISONS t r drs per 4ar u pr I er r Clothing Furnishing Goods Carpets Mattings i Dry GoodsItt IE We ills stuck with too much Clotllfng too rriuclri J Furnishing = 3jfods too much Dry Goods JP55 S 3I fuil t blame us dont blame our ioodsblamc the Weather = i Soto get part of our money bacSL we are CUTTING and- y V1 ShlshrngIle regard for profits no tggard for costjust simply going i to get sonIC of our money biekXi N Our troubles are your gain WillJ S1 take advantage of it =HHf SB k jJ I llcreuareSome of IheXood it f M i y 61 IIjj r wr Slaughter Prices= 1 tee =two w S1850 Suits for 1 Shirtst1 q 26c for DOC Fancy w Straw Hats at Half Price fH = 8110 f1150 Childrens Suits f 3J = be for Lawn und Batiste worth 10CT 1f I =59c for 7oc Fancy ShirtsIr 3E 4ic Yard Wide Domestic worth Ge T C 50c for Slippers that were 8150 alid100a v 8100 Ladies Shoes und Slippers wcre200 gild 150JCarpets truth Mailings at Slaughter Prices =E 345 lIens Suits that were 500 r 8750 Ions Fine Suits that were 1000 29c Ladies Shirt Waists worth 50c y EE Ic Palm Fans f I It r 3c Japanese Fans K 5c Ladies Linen Collars 1- lAc eMisses and Childrens Fancy Hosef worth 25c and 30c1 V = Ladies line Shirt Waists i = 250 and 225 Waists t f Slaughtered at 148 1E59cEEti DONT forget our Remnant Counter fffs full of money savers = r for youw likeE =as another Ir Come to the SLAUGHTER and save money = E All Prices quoted are for SPOT GASH Nothing charged a- tE these figures 1 sL P W S ELLISON E HICKMAN KY RI tJi t Ie w i fI I ALLIANCE Adrfrcatcfl In IkiUdclpfcl are netting link ERglllih to j Claim as Open Alliance With England Il 1 WiallJeJ t lije TldHg far this Connfrr I In time belief that un open unanco with Great Hritain would bo an exc lMlt thing for the United States a society J has been formed in Fhiladclphia corn j posed of many men powerful in tho fl nanoliil and political world who pledgo i I eI tI which is known aa tho Transatlantic 60 cicty of America has held a week ago The iiroceeditfpH wero kept flecret but tho plans pf the organization became 1knowncharter In tiio application tho officials Iof the new AngloAmerican society in given as follows 0 Stuart Patterson President Theo U Search and John itrj I Convorne Vice Presidents Alfred R KnaullfSecretarlThe Board of Governor consists of Wm D Winsor W P Henry Chaa C Harrison Rev Horace P Fuller Ed LevyAlexandlrothers Mr Thompson 13 one of tho MrI f r National Association of Manufucturerstand John H Converse other Vice operatingtheapplication to tho court the object of the society in stated to be The bringing in to closer relations the Government of tho United States nail Great Britain by strengthening the political social and commercial bonds which unite the two countries This is to be dono by extend ing hospitality to British subjects who eJdciplltadisseminating information tending to+ educate public opinion in this The society inI similar to one directionjiIn England known as the Atlu MODEUX SURPRISES It is as true today Us it over was iu Ithe 0000 years of history of the world that we know not what a day maya bring truth ecauuot certainly au + Ll 1 a I ta di I surprises Time whole world was amazed whoa in tho SpanishAmerican war the Amer icans sent two Spanish navies to Davie Jones locker with hardly the loss by loath of a single American soldier Agate the world whistled In wonder to see 50000 Boer tanners or even less not only holding at bay tho mighty power of great Britain but for a time actually whoring great victories from or hemming up and besoigiug British armies uutil England poured into South Africa a Mississippi flood ot 250000 sol tiers The next groat surprises have come from China Tho Japanese whipped the Chinese so easily a fow years ago that the Western world believed a handful of Occidental troops could easily go against hundreds and hundreds of tho Oriental hordes Accordingly Admiral Seymour with 2000 mcu tried to cut his way to Peklu through 100000 Chi neso soldiers Ho was hurled back and but for speedy relief would have been annihilated Tho surprises came iu the fact that iu three years China had learned tho art of modern war and had acquired vast stores of modern arms The second surprise came in tho stat mont that nIl the envoys of the greYt powers at tho Chinese capitalenvoys sacred in person for what they repro sent had been massacred a thing if true unparalleled iu all time The third surprise came in the utter failure to verify tho statement as to the massa cre A ray of hope once or twice broke from the black mystery of gloom at Pe kin and the optimists began to assert that tho ministers were safe Although a formidable army of some 20000 or 80000 morn are only 75 miles distant from Pokiu neither England Russia Franco Germany tho United States Japan Austria nor Italy have been able to hear for over a long weary mouth of tho certain safety or tho certain fate of their respective ministers Within the great square walls of tho Chinese rapt tal for more than thirty days has been locked tho awful secret wInch a waiting world Li in uu agony to kuow What next TilE following from tho New York Tribune couceruiug two young China men who have been In Nashville tor several mouths m preparation for Van derbilt will bo of interest LI Hung Clangs grand nephews noW ou a visit hero and about to enter Vuu dcrbilt University as students say that famine has much to do with the Boxer uprising and that it U largely tho bat tlo of time poor who havo nothing and are starving against tho rich whoso property thoy wish to take from them The hostility to the native Christians is on account of their receiving front the missionaries food mitt nut while there is nobody to give to tho poor Chinaman i younKkinsmenpower of political and social observa tion beyond their years and their state incuts very likely come closo to the truth of the situation no matter what other factors may bo involved iu it i 1 1 to 1 rI IJI L I J 1 iIt lWL 1t- l I s I c OK WHAT TO READ t Talmage the Noted Divine Glees I Some Timely Suggestions The Greatest lUcsiIng of a Notion 1 i an Elevated Literature 1U Greatest Cure nu Im pure literature Copyright 1900 by Louis Kfopsch Dr Talmnge who has been spending a few days in St Petersburg sends the following report of n discourse t which will be helpful to those wh- S have an appetite for literature aridj would like some rules to guide them in the selection of books and newspa peril Text Acts 1919 Many ofr f them also which used curious art 1 brought their books together an I burned them before all men and they counted the price of them and found iitt 60000 pieces of silver si J EphesttJs I tbeIportant results was the fact that the citizens brought out their bad book- and in a public place made a bonfire of them I see the people coming out with their arms full of Ephesian lit erature and tossing it into the flames I hear an economist who is standing by saying Stop this waste Here ore 7500 worth of books Do you propose to burn them all up If you dont want to read them yourselves sell them and let somebody else read them Xo said the people if these books are not good for us they are not good for anybody else and we shall stand and Wtoh until the last leaf has burned to ashes They have done us a world of harm and they shall never do oUters harm Hear the flames crackle and roarWell my friends one of the wants of the cities is a great bonfire of bad books and newspapers We have enough fuel to make n blaze 200 feet high Many of the publishing houses would do well to throw Into the blase their entire stock of goods Bring forth tile insufferable trash and put it I into the fire and let it be known in the presence of God and angels and mon that you are going to rid your homes of the overtopping and underlying curse of profligate literature The printing press is the mightiest agency on earth for good and for evil JTheminister of the Gospel standing in a pulpit has a responsible position but I do not think it is as responsible as the position of an editor or a pub lisher At what distant point of time at what farout cycle of eternity will cease the influence of a Henry J Ray mond or a Horace Greeley or a James Gordon Bennett or a Watson Webb 1 f QIi Eratttu ijropktj or a Thomas RrnnrllaFakeiibe oyihflJeJtnlnS sta titles of the circulation of the dally and weekly newspapers and then I cipher if you can how far up and how far down and how far out reach the influenres of the American printing press What Is to be the issue of all this I U J believe the Lord intends the printing press to be the chief means for the worlds rescue and evangelization and I think that the great last battle of ti the world will not be fought with swords and guns but with types and t presses a purified and Gospel litera ture triumphing over trampling down and crushing out forever that which is depraved The only way to overcome unclean literature is by scattering broad that which is healthful May God speed the cylinders of an honest printIng presstigreatestblessingis that of an elevated literature and the greatest scourge has been that of un clean literature This last has Its vie departS helped fill insane asylums and penitentiaries and alms bodiestk of this infection lie in the hospitals and t In the graves while their souls are befog tossed over into a lost eternity ani avalanche of horror aud despairI The London plague was nothing to It That counted Its victims by thousands hut this modern pest has already shoveled Its millions into the charnel house of the morally dead The longest rail train that ever ran over the tracks was not long enough or large enough to carry the beastliness and the putrefac upInlast 20 years Now it is amid such circumstances that I put a question of overmastering importance to you and your families What books and newspapers shall we 4 4read You see I group them together A newspaper Iis only a book in a swifter and more portable shape and the same IIruleswhich will apply to book reading will apply to newspaper reading What shall we read Shall our minds be the i receptacle of everything that an author has a mind to write Shall thereI I be no distinction between the tree of f life and the tree of death Shall we Mstoop down and drink out of the act menthas filled with pollution and shame Shall we mire in impurity andchase a t fantastic wlilothe wisps across the swamps when we might walk In the blooming gardens of God Oh not I For the sake of our present and ever lasting welfare we must make an intel choicetJ t f fleft you ig people are asking IIs Shall we read novels I reply There are nov els that are pure good Christian ele i rating to the heart and ennobling to I the life But I still have further to say that I believe that 75 out of the 100 novels I in this day are baleful and deatruc rijlb l tire to the last degree A pure work oft a t fiction is history ana poetry combinedy It Zis a history of things around us with t T the licenses and the assumed names of poetry The world can never pay the debt which it owes to such writers of fiction as Hawthorne and McKcnslo and Landon and Hunt and Arthur and others whoso ns UN are familiar to alL The follies of high life were never bet tor exposed than by Miss EdgeworthI The memories of the past were acre r more faithfully embalmed than in the writings of Walter Scott Cooper novelsarehealthfully redolent with the bnwth of the seaweed and the air o the American forest Charles Kings ley has emitted the morbidity of the world and led a great many to appre elate the poetry of sound health strong muscles and fresh air Thackeray did1 0o grand work in caricaturing the preI tenders to gentility and high blood Dickens has built his own monument In his books which are a plea for the poor and the anathema of injustices anti there are a score of novelistic pen- I x today doing mighty work for God andI righteousness Now I say books like these read at right times and read in right propor tion with other books cannot help but be ennobling and purifying but alas fortheloathacmeandtmpurellteratur that has come in the shape of novels bankss of decency and common sense1 They ore coming from some of the most cele brated publishing houses They are coming with recommendations some of our religious newspapers They lie on your center table to curse your children and blast with their infernal fires generations unborn You find these books In the desk of the school miss in the trunk of the young man In the steamboat cabin on the table of the hotel raoeptton room You see a light In your childs room late at night You suddenly go in and say What are you doing I am read tag What are you reading A book You look at the book It Iis a bad book Where did you get It lItIborrowed 11 Alas there arc always those abroad who like to loan to your son or daughter a bad bookIe Every where everywhere an unclean litcra tude I charge upon it tile destruction of 10009 immortal souls and I bid you wake up to the magnitude of the evil I charge you in the first place to stand aloof from nil books that give false pictures of life Life is neither a tragedy nor a farce Men are not all either knaves or heroes Women are neither angels nor furies And yet if you depended upon much of the lit erature of the day you would get the idea that life instead of being something earnest something practical fis a fitful and fantastic and extrava glint thing Hdw poorly prepared are that young man and woman for the duties of today who spent last night wading through brilliant passages descriptive of magnificent knavery and wickedness The man will be looking all day long for his heroine In the of lice by the forge in the factory in the counting room and he will uot find her and he will be dissatisfied A man who gives himself up to the in discriminate reading of novels will be nerveless inane nnd a nuisance lie will be fit neither for the store nor the shop nor the field A woman who gives herself up to the indiscriminate reading of novels will be unfitted for the duties of wife mother sister daughter There she is hair dishev eled countenance vacant cheeks pale hands trembling bursting Into tears at midnight over the fate of some un fcrtunate lover in the daytime when she ought to be busy staring by the half hour at nothing biting her fin ger nails into the quick The carpet that was plain before will be plainer after having wandered through a ro mance all night long In tessellated halls of castles And your indAtrious companion will be more unattractive than ever now that you have walked In the romance through parks with plumed princesses or lounged In the arbor with the polished desperado Oh these confirmed novel readers They are unfitted for this life which is a tremendous discipline They know not how to go through the furnaces of trial through which they munt pass and they are unfitted for a world where everything we gain we achieve by hari and long continued workAgain I charge you to stand oft Irom all thaw books which corrupt the imagination and inflame the pas dons I do not refer now to tlst kind of book which tho villain has under his coat waiting for the school to get out nod then looking both ways to see that there is no police man around the block offers the book to your son ou Ms way home t do not speak of that kind of literature but that which evades the law and comes out in polished style and with acute plot sounds the tocsin that rouses up all the baser passions of the soul Today under the nostrils of the people there is a fetidreek ing unwashed literature enough to poison all the fountains of public vir tue and smite your sons and daugh ters as with the wing of a destroying angel and it is time that the minis ters of the Gospel blew the trumpet and rallied the forces of righteous ness all armed to this great battle against a depraved literature Again abstain from those books which are apologetic of crime It is a sad thing that some of the best nud most beautiful bookbindery and some of the finest rhetoric have been brought to make sin attractive Vice is a horrible thing anyhow It is howlingInI scourged with a whip of scorpions but afterward the thunders of GodV wrath pursue it across a boundless desert beating it with ruin nnd woe carnalitydoembroidered curtains or through lat writhingInhospltl1lCuraed i Impurities decent and crime attraciiiV and hypocrisy nobleJ Cursed be the books that swarm with libertines andj desperadoes who make the brain of the young people whirl with vll lalnyl Yo authors who write them ye publishers who print them ye booksellers who distribute them shall be cut to pieces if not by an aroused community then at last by the hall of Divine vengeance which shall sweep to the lowest pit of perdition all yet murderers of souls I tell you though you may escape In this world you will be ground at last under the hoof of eternal calamities and you will be chained to the rock and you 1flU have tho vultures ot despair clawing at your soul and those whom you have destroyed will come around to torment you and to pour hotter coals of fury upon your head andre joico eternally In the outcry of your pain and the howl of your damna lion God shall wound tho hairy scalp of him that goeth on in his trespassesThe strikes midnight A lair form bends over a romance The eyes flash fire Tho breath is quick coloredashes to the cheek and then dies out The hands tremble as though a guAr dian spirit were trying to shake the deadly book out of the grasp Trot tears fall She laughs with a shrill voice that drops dead at its own sound The sweat on her brow is the spray dashed up from the river of death Tho clock strikes four and the rosy dawn soon after begins to look through the lattice upon he pale form that looks like a detained specter of the night Soon in a mail house she will mistake her ringlets for curling serpents and thrust her white hand through tho bars of Uto prison and smite her head rubbing it back as though to push tho scalp from the skull shrieking My brain My brain Oh stand sift from that Why will you go eogwk Ing your way amid the reefs wftan there is such a vast ocean Cn whleh you may voyage all sail set Much of the impure pictorial lltef aturo Is moat tremendous for ruinI There Is no one who can like pictures better than I do The qulekI set and most condensed way pressing the public mind is by pic tare What the painter does by Us brush for n few favorites the en graver does by his knife for tho RIll lion What the author aocompHsfce by 50 pages the artist does by n iflesh The best part of a painting that eo s 10000 you may buy for ton con i line paintings belong to the at n toeracy of art Engravings belong the democracy of art You do w I1JI to gather good pictures In ja ir homesBut Illtlonf every street corner They mint t e vision of the young man with pollv tion Many a young man buying a copy has bought his eternal discomfiture There may be enough poison In one bad picture to poison oae soul and that soul may poison ten and ten fifty and fifty hundreds and the hundreds thou sand until nothing but the measuring line of eternity can tell the height and depth and ghastliness and horror of the great undoing The work of death that the wicked author does In a whole book the bad engraver may do on a half title of a pictorial Under he guise of pure mirth the young roan buys one of these sheets lie unroll It before his comrade amid roars of 1 laughter but long after the paper Is gone the result may perhaps be seeniin the blasted imaginations of i who saw It The queen of death hold a banquet every night and these periodc Icals are the Invitation to her guests Young man buy not this moral strychnine for your roul Pick not up this nest of coiled adders for your pocket Patronize no news stand bat keeps them Have your room bright with good engravings but for these outrageous pictures have not one wall not one bureau not one pocket A man is no better than the picture he loves to look at If your eyes are not pure your heart cannot be At the newsstand one can gUNS the character oflman by the kind of pictorial he pur l chases When the devil falls to get a man to read a bad book he sometimes succeeds in getting him to look at a bad picture When Satan goes a 8tSJ ing he does not care whether It it a long line or a short line if he onlypdraws Ms victim in Beware of ious pictorials young man in the name of Almighty God I charge you uewspapersBeware Lord Russell declared that he was led into crime by reading one vivid roll AngellJames prodage that he had never yet got over the evil effects of having for 15 minutestonce rend a bad book Hut I need not go so far off I could tell you of a Iom rade who was great hearted noble and honorableInfidelbookme one day De Witt would you like to read It I IdtlYM I would I took the book and read alewstartledF handedtheyouhadhekeptAfter awhile he gave up religion at a- mth nonlntit1IeHe gave the church of useleugave stringentImanyyearslastlluearilofhim Tlielastcoming out of an Insane asylum In body mind and soul an awful wreck J I I oneInfidelt worlds IK i e MKINLEYS HYPIJCRISY 1- tipr the Ileiiulilloiut tdnilnlal ration linn Liberated tho IlllitEiio null Others In his speech of acceptance of the reI piii can nomlnntlou for president Mr MI KinUv stoke eloquently of tht rOo t in achievement of hiaudmlnlstrntton iii the Philippine resulting in tho Mb Ha r ion of 10000000 of the humnn fum i from the yoke of imperialism Tills would be n noble thought for lihrrtylovinff Americans were it linMtl on fact It was for just such nn achievement that 200000 of those lib TMlovlng Americans sprang to arms in liS In response to the presidents iiiil for volunteers for the war with lpain That war was declared for the exprww purpose of freeing Cuban It made an Irresistible appeal to nil rue Americans It promised to sire sent to the world the grand spectacle of a mighty republic rushing to the res cur of a little people oppressed by tyr autryI and having freed them straight iv lifting them to a national inde j mlence of their own Two years have pntuwd since this Ihiraanltnrian war for service in which th se HXM M libertyloving Americans w re so proud to volunteer wits fought nut won In these two years Mr Mo K nleyiadministration hu found time 1 nd opportunity to do ninny Ihiogx nut it has found no time to free Cuba It1 has intend Xtnhtttthed n carpet E foverement IIn Cuba which lute de tiird its efforte to the looting of that i ready sorely sflllotsd island It tins tai sad hi Kill using all Us Influence In bring shout the nosttxntion ef Cuba the nItPffI State It declared In M that the Cuban people were then and ofright should be n free and in dependent people It nays now that they are not fit for freedom In Porto Rico there Is an even more shameful scorn charged up against Mr MoKlnley nnd his imperial administra lion The Porto Klcans welcomed with open arms our army of Invasion un der Gen Miles They accepted with implicit nnd pathetic faith that ont cern solemn pledge that they should njoJ all the blessings of American They went around the streets of their towns of Ponce of Guayama of Arroyo of Santa Y nbel with n pride almost childlike in Its In gcnuousnciis calling themselves AmcrlcanoH They celebrated In their churches auF cathedrals the signing of the peace protocol of August 12 1893 which placed them under the sovereignty of the tier can flag And In return we have de nied to them their constitutions I rightii as American citizens nnd have levied infamous tribute upon them for the further enrichment of our syndi cater When the people of the Philippines fighting against tee tyranny of pain we hailed their every victory ver the Spanish arms as n victory of atriots enlisted In n holy war for freedom We treated them ns allies in our operations against Manila and wo profited by their military coopera tlon with our forces at that time But the moment the full temptation of fered by the opportunity for the loot- Ing of their country was realized by us the Filipino soldiers ceased to be patriots and became bandits tmvagc Malays cannibal headhunters Later when the recognized fact of our eI termination to trick them out of thei freedom they had won from Spain bo same apparent to them anti forced them to turn on us we classed them under the general name of rebels It wan OH rebels that we begun killing them and it is as rebels that we lire killing them to this day This lU how President McKi nicys administration lies liberated the Hlplno nnd the Porto Ricotta and the Cubans This Is how the republican party of today maintains itself as the emancipation Iuttlnot of profes sion but of performance ns Mr Me Kinioy expresses it For shame Mr President for shams 1 You would be amazed end appalled if you knew how your hypocrisy angers the Americas peopleSt Louts Republic One possible reason for Mark Bannas desire to be relieved from the jictivc manngerant of tho campaign may be that he foresees that he will hue his hands full managing the vice presidential candidate Milwaukee Journal THEY WILL HELP BRYAN Iltmlucn Mrn nnit AVorumitiiien Are Uulttur to Vote for the leu pies Cnnilliltile Ask the dmtumor whom he will vote for A vast number of them have lost thvlr positions boouuseof combinations which permit of ono traveling man do tug the work of several MoKlnley prosperity has hurt him He will toll you thut he voted far McKinley four years ago HIis going to vote for Bryan thin year He olin tell you why too Ho can talk The same bruin nail tongue thatI make him n good drummor make him 11 good Bryan worker The drummer iis not only going to vote for Bryan That is not his speed lie is going to work for him Ho IIs scattered all through this big country anti ho will come pretty near equaling till McKinley campaign orators IIn numberThe lIer is going to bo quite a fnotor In the campaign this felt Ask the tnnn who keeps the etga store whom ho IN going to vote for lid lastyvnrHo n He has to buy ids goods from the tobaeoo trust He cant mnko Any money Tile trust gobbles the profit of time business l The tfiffnr stflwl Is A groat pines fn lwlitloal dlsenauio Mu toagrfWle there and talk client men conditions and tonne The keeper of tilt store lIs lookedup to as n UMUI pretty wetI posted lit has IIIIIFH intluonr In the NliOHsstonr IIIix views of Ilrjan and trwilft are evrtals to set his frle4o tklnkinr Auk the ajrocor whom ho Is going to vote for Or the man who keeps the I little hardware stun Jk any of the store keepers who lire piehd by the rust You will fled that very few of them Intend to vote agiilimt Mr Bryan The small dealer who was driven out of business by the gobbling trusts or who Is so squeezed by the rapacious monstrosities that he makes hilt a Sinty living will tell you that he IIs to vote against McKinley Ask any of the men who have been thrown out of employment by the trusts whom they arr going to vote for Ask any of the men who are aware that they are being bled by mho trusts whom they err going to volt for They are going to vote for Bryan They will tell you that they are very sorry that they voted for McKinley lour years ago The extraordinary growth and bold nC1III of the trusts during the past four yours ago will ranks hoer Injured and affected vote for relief These gigantic combinations have gulped up the small denier thrown vast numbers of peo pie out of employment mind the ma jority of them are bleeding time people tfyrHciise Telegram There Will He Im Print It will be just ns well to receive with caution statements emanating from republican headquarters to till effect that Mr Hnnnn is having llfllciilty in operating hue celebratedt skillet thin year No ont doubts that the trust beneficiaries anti proteotees nre thor oughly swinish that they are In capable of gratitude to Mr Hnnna and Mr Hannns mina They wouldnt ategratitude nut they will disgorge for their own protection Democratic victor menus trouble for the trusts anti woe for the tariff barons It means that the leeches who here fattened upon tho life blood of American in dustry will he choked off The leeched know it Mr Hnnna therefore will conduct his fatfrying in the usual fashion Ho may have more difficulty this year than in 1890 but he will in the end extract the needed fat from the adipose tissue of the barons The liith fund will attain Its usual proportions not because of the gratitude but necnune of the foam of the men who have profited by McKinleyUm Chfengo Chronicle It becomes clearer every dny that Imperialism Is the paramount lis silo this year ns the democratic plat form states And It is pleasant to find that while our platform commands fthe cnthircliititjc support of millions of tree silver men It will drive off comparative lycw of thu gold democrats Ilch mbnd Dispatch r BERLIN STREET CAR MEN A Recent Strike llrliini to Pabtlo At tention Their Small Ins and Long Mourn of Inliur Advantages of tho American street car employes in the tastier of wagon IIs spawn by a strike of 3000 employes of demandthatbe fixed at 1360 per month to bo In creased to 1370 In llvo years for oaf cleaners stablorocn switchmen dally wages of 83 13 cents to bo increased to 107 In four years the hours of a days labor to be nine Including two pelisse Cor rust of threefourths of an hour In all a free day with full pays to be given each week nnd for every em ployo who has been with the company for moro than six montlu nn annual vo cation of ten days the stopping time at tho terminal stations to bo 12 ruin utes They demand that the pension fund shall be In force The question of lacing entitled to be pensioned shall lie cquhtllrnumbers of representatives of the ployes nnd of the directory of the emIIf pang Sew employes shall be from the central union An takenJJ has been reached on the ditlons Time Ipension fund will be put In forcer rldIIyj i A committee will be established ateachj apprlalnKjtitpteyo and to sot as arbitrators wags will Ibegin with IMJtS per month In cronae to CMC after MX mentits and rise till after M years tervte the max IWHIH of JttLM lies been rotftTbcd Kx tra hours will be paid at the rotef K cents A WAR COLLEGE Unlit Orn ludlorr Qua In linrnp to Mini JlMoli ln tllallan There sad Gullirr AucurillTn 3l li rUt Wrfg Qen William Ladluwl Mrs Lud1 dtroamptLicut 8t1le1deQbnMd wider orders frvw tM war ikv pnriMMit te study 1M orgunhmdea of the gnerstntaitof the Prvnok altOar tiMtt armies In view of Usa establish lair of a war oolloge in the United Stales Tb general Is president of tho board of war o Uog and BH hk return wit report the retli at ills obterra bona to the Moretary of war I am gulag abroad the general said on oflMal hiurincM call expect ptornbel and thou go to Bcrtta where PlUGh oA- uer tim will he spent On my return I will licit Paris WJOle In Berlin 1 will study the organization ef the general tbAlfntrul d r the United States IIs n general staff find the matter will rewire the attention of the next oongrex which will take up the reorganization of tho army An Klvmenl Instead of B Vlrlar Sincerity Is no single virtue to to classed with others nod ranked above and below them It Is rather an element running through oharacter and life as the sap runs through the tree giving life and vigor to every branch and a tender beauty to every leaf and drepiest principle of our hearts and tho most vital element of our lives Cblnric Plain Slrlr Until 1027 the Chinese wore their hair long and colled on top of the head where It was fastened with an orna maklnltilel this style MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 30 CATTLE Common 43 SS 8 4 23 Select butchers 5 10 ag 5 15 CALVKSKxtnw m 7 flo JOOSSclect packers S S I 5 40 Mixed packers S 30 5 33 BHEEPChoIco 4 10 g 4 23 LAMBS Extra 023 1 tlJO FLOUIt Spriug pat 4 SO Co 4 80 JrCORNSoi UVIONI8Xo27YaUVJNoHAY Cholre thllot hl26 MESS POBK 12 20 LAUD Htonm 0 MU fl 00 LUTTEUCh dairyt 14 Choliw 2- 1AItLESClm to tame I 00 I b0 1OTATOKS Per brl 1 00 ffl 1 10 TOBACCO New 1 00 S17 24 Old 4 00 14 73 CHICAGO FLOUn Win patent 3 00 fi 4 1- 0WIIEATNo 8 red16yI 77 io3 string 60r 7 J toyOATS2CytUYEl2Yra1IOHILAUD Steam 0 70 i 6 723 NEW YORK FLOUIl Win patent 3 00 S 4 30 82sAlt 7YaUYI PORKMOHS 12 75 13 so LAUD Steam t 7 10 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red G0y4ji 607 7031CORNNoOATS No 2 mixed 27Vig 28 CATTLE First qunl 5 00 r 3 25 HOGS Western 0 00 S 0 10 JNDIANAPOLW WHEAT No 2 redr 75 BYONfSNo LOUISVILLE FLOUIl Win patent 4 25 S 4 75- 1VIIEATNo 2 redrtl 73 COUN Mixed n 44 OATS Mixed n 27i IOHK Mens fc SJ13 00 LARDSteamt 7 00 t J fI t teaa aaarratacat rrtcrQaat e e a4clsterr a c aelra j 4n aZIa 1 d i1Ai i II+PtDgtl drlD1C IOtM At + F O MM ID Drh1hiriA A DIG PFACe CROP The Orchard Ormrri In Un Mount alnss Arc XIMV Uolllni looil hlluVf y fu2lbulroVrnUo- 1JDadlrboro S Ky July ttoTIiIehcroJI in tourstry knowntwtoraI s country of Virginia Tann Ufu nmlI I ndeptoiliiur UIIIWt4rllotharUllt t l the1A11I ownedbyhornfoty I nnllbtMIltIrfoeo of laud It iMInjf mostly mount i win rlagswi Mr Uuohun set out 5000I i II crol1roagliteI J ytmr MrWiKliim myn he will got 10I OWO TjiislttlH of ixwchen from hlnI tarot nml they will net him train TjOOO to 10000 Another large tarn It at Numorio Vn which U owned by tj c D yThe IIhllllJlC1ltIt trollI t 1tundrAbulltehihf 1 Mill Tlio huHtmiM In provltign very prvfltHlilo ono nml It IU oxpedled the treat four yearn will see several other IOQjl tarlnn opened up BRO QUARREL Ono of Thriii Dreir l H volrrr and an OutiMrr shot nnil 1nfnliy Wiiunitrd Illus SpartaWltthayI br dues nnil democrat l miile In vtoA In n t atydlfivdr polities Will Inti IHVS kiioeked Llmlwy downI wltTi n rook ant when he got to liltI fiflO tho tatter draw A pistol and shot at his hNll t l Tlio trgtibiu took place In the 1X proprietorStntt I gvIhQJan ncJiL with theta Moore drew a plato- Rill l shot UnilMy twleo In the body arvMog William Osborno n liyittiinil er awes abet in tip Anger Inrla Its reo IKtriml In n dying ondlUun Mooro tInI M qnfttt masi anal lalma ho shot fIn- telklIJloo 9 thnnlldaths CnA Ice SoIUONol Ky July 6+ Caldtalhit- of a QtaelHHAtt KnoKvllle and Che tin R are reported to lye trying 1- Exit 0 the oR olldailon of novernl1 onl ndawts tits ClM4HMfltl PSoHthorn I inareaMtitK tilt o tjmt and eoitc tttratlHff tlie VHfMttJs forte It in proposed toor pJII see 1iIJe0 rgr0 nn rtl eon- rolldltte tft VIlfh rWrflrfr phirtlM sealer one managriiiftit The prop I sOMMtlkUtfon I rejMirtwl Ity Altttnioy T P Hornnday of Somer 10 ar I trllar tlbaut wit tI1s idly8mtteat man MvQapry on the Stpetslu brkitfv win agjip4iyiUil ptltlafv- as L AllgMHt ftt TH HffHG of OXVCIltlOn will prvlwbly IK the court yard of tits Renton county jilt The dim lit MtttmiCMi waft proHounced by ecAlrylluIJg Tarj1ni Ctvlnl tpti3rti flat inufilt TWoptaa Multialtn alt I Lyons Ida pal found guilty of innr IIl Hair an unknown trntnps t 111 upend t n1eoltro nil Hi Trlnttileii Cnr Frnnkfort Ky July 1011011 South Triniblo of tlds place one n r the elalggnls ohe jljmoorntlo on l rvMloiMl nomination In tills IHi 8e9l nth tlmtnliedtatrjctSwcnotUled tats rty hail boon r lled to meet nt Covlngton on niurwliiy nut August 2 to ntttloI tiio jjrnjdjrhfl F1mVf wl PPlfnrjInI ItrrmitAnTfilrvlht e mmlttes nnd1 nhk that n priamr cluotlon l u hold cither In Owen tounty the point of clUpntc I or In tJjejMtf dlsCrlftt to iaettldwlfl I shall lid rite riomlnew v found Dead on tlir Truck Innennt ir Ky July IIAt ml enr lyw itmarIn thllIItftlnr I5otlgln- aHil1Iti n pupiiUiiyoung mnn of fillsI plftuVt vne fount Quad on thOL fe N ivllrnnd track south of town within o short dlitnnco of his home Hill Mhly Wins Sil hnilHitl stud othorwlBo nuitflatctl It U thought tlmt awion per traits No 4 filled lIllm llo WUHL wall conntoted 84 y nrs of ne and xinninrrlcdIrojinlilr No tScaalnn Vrnnkfort Ky July 27Gov Heck hiun returned from HnrdMown and found on his desk nn ItnniunHc list of nppUcntlniiA for pnrdpiiB Oov neck hniiis friends do not wire to discusI the profipcctH of nn tetra HCFnlon anti the lhUnt growl stronger hero that It will not bo called Some state iit on n o rrarty that there will be not extra sosulonWittscd i niiilniitlon Owonsboro Ky July iSnm Kcll lywnlved cxamlnlnf trial on tilt charge of nuirdcrlnp II A llrynn Sun day and wilts committed to jail with out ball by Judge Taylor to await the notion of the grand jury of tho Au gust criminal term of tho Uavlcsa circuit court Inld 10500 fur it farm Vornnlllof Ky July 29Mr John Faust has purchased tho gandunky farm of 224 acres six mllpS with of Versailles from Mr 0 II Mtioly for 10200 P DEAD AT HIS POST MallA WollICnimn Agent Drop Until In HH Cur lln Unit Itr ccntlj1 tern Married Lexington Ky July 28 Jamen n Clark a rfllhvny mnll agent runnjlig between IoulHvlllt and Ixvxlngton on the LoiilHVlllo Xdihvlllo toll dead at his pout of duty shortly before noon Clark in apparent good health and usual good Bplrltn digued out of tlsomorning1Itlhe worked hid mail along the route through ICtnlnonco nnd Frnnkfort und 1luiMiied tho little Htatlon of Jcttn 25i miles west of Lexington Ho hail jus dumped the contents of the pouch re delved at Jell on lhln table and wan In the oct of nnxortlng It when ho dropped HiiddtMily to the floor of thoI our gnxplug out one long awful Oh OOThin attracted baggageman Abe IlolmrtR will runlinl to the proxtrnto Clark Ho was dead The body was brought here mid prepared for burial Clark wax 40 years of ago n native of Whichever Ky grandson of exGov Clark nnd a nephew of tho late Sen ator lumen S Heck He hail been III the railway mall service 20 yoari Two months ngo ho was married to Mrs Vpnllng then agent of the L N at Sulphur Henry county MlitillmlMirii Nlrrrt Pnlr clt1IIIthis year the date being ss preparatlonhaveiit will be one of the largest affairs of the kind ever given In this section In audition to a stock and ngriaulturnl I show racing eta n big midway willI be crud embracing n uumberOof the most prominent features to bo had Ono of the attractions will be a Ferris whirl trlll for Krn iirky tPrnnktort KjM July 4GThe ntnte military department liras received In formation from Secretary of War Hoot that Kentucky portion of the annual appropriation for arming and equipping state troop IIs 1842702 Aulstant Adjutant General will go to Washington In a few dny to semire arms anti pqiilpmentn to this amount to equip tho new regl mentii rat state guard recently or I8nlllld- 1Found Ilrnil In thr llnnil Columbbu Ky JrUy f051nt Swan fluij who ruMiiwl In Htywoll teas found In tee road dtmd with iI iHillot holojn sea bond moor ItiiMollII Spdnger TfU thmigJjtrliowlB shotl fruuf umlfttHi RB IfeMirfo no wenponi except H packet knife The nmn la Kfcld to ItHvtf been a motell ehRraeterl I M ho wrvud n term in tho Kentuek Y peiiltontliiry for bitrnmy antI ho nl o Ilrurloi1l In otlujr KC QP lH of a nmnll1 tiatHro iAVnl tit Inll for Tru Dny JnCarl l owjior of Jlxtnna jifopk farm ono of the most notedl breeders In tho county went to jail on a capias to remote tliere ton drays nrcpSMiry to taking the Insolvent debtors oath IVtJlhtJIgotasjudgment ngntnst him He refusrd tt- jmy am aa and took this course to keep ir8 paying It V V 1Vould Nut Tllfy Hopklnavlllr 1Ky July t7The sec fofr lev W K IMner iaator of oUfnt bluirch who won shot cud IfrinuRlv vouiuled J y J UiuJIeN Ware n 1 Ja ljrokrTetmlteuTn a fell ofni i pear nil n tt unying JuI dlolal odurt i Two flrnnliMl Ilinlonn Frankfort Ky July 20jfcm neck Nhonfnnutel pimloiiH to fi Hums yjenrfromlug The mnlons w rft fcqueBteil by tho tl jnembor of Ihu spry that in conaa county attorney noting nt the tune ot the prosecution and many good cit izetan title for lfU1000 llmmnrcr- Ilopklnavntuliy Jlitryi 2SSaiit hu boon lllod by Judge Wlnfree ndminlK trntor of tilt late JJ N Grant agulnutt tho L N railway for 33000 data ages for tho killing of Grant while he was in tho railway companya cm ploy lloimevrlt Will Spciik In Iturll Loulnvlllc Ky July 27 Harriett of the republican state cen tral committee received n letter from NntlonulChnlrmnn Hannn saying that Governor Roosevelt would speak In Kontuclcy during the conning cum 1lnlg- ntlxplolnu Kllleil Ills Ztoulnvllle Ky July 29 Charlei Snead president of the Suead Van AlBtlnoMoldnun Co who was Injured In tho explosion at Hlrwh llros vin egar worlcK while fyipcrlntcntlln nn experiment with compreHsed air died from his Injuries CiclUry M Colonel Lexingtonl Ky July 2DGeneral Wllllnm H Gentry the fnmou Ken lucky fox hunter anti founder wf the now celebrated Gentry Family League has been appointed a colonel on tho staff of Gpr Dcckhaiu yI r- Pemlly flu rxhnuled At one of naiefndutgin the I allyoung rain5 1 her day in airy jrtlflage with the pretty nop girl iMbind the GllnterJllle writing for his clmne e place you have here he arid WIt do you IHIIU JKvervtliins wss tho reply Kvtry tbirag1has the Incredulous comment 11hat do rots mean hp everythinghunt what lap reJpended the girl nytbllli you want we tn IUJlJlly you with here r0h you eon chT commented the preten tloun Alexander Well let me look at butewentawayI 1 am terry but the manager talli me that we are join out of family tin owing to the great demand 1crhap youd like to look at some family jars The young man de I cided however that the latter was an un desirable commodity and he would pave none of itX V Tribune World to Knil Tills Year This is the recent decision of one of tho prominent societies of the world but the exact day has not yet been fixed upon and beieventhis prediction there are thousands other who not only believe but know that Hostetterf Stomach Bitten iis the but med inns to cure dyspeptic indigestion consti kidneytwillcertainly con vince you of itt value The grab of War My husband iis so nice about explaining these war terms to me 1 know I aggravate him awfully too sometimes Why orily think 1 had to ask him this morning what the seat of war was forf Yes ant It foolish Hut hea so patient The Idea that I didnt have sonar enough to tee that It is for the standing army to use whoa It gets tiredI Chicago Inter Ocean Wonderful Cures are effected by Palmers Lotion Thomas rollIwere of four years standing after having bUll treated in vain by the M DV It JrylprluJarlera I rutlanecau disuse Palmer Lotion pIiIRtU1I all the medicinal propertiesIIII this Lotion and should always be used In II connection with it in preference to anyI ether soap If druggist does not Ikeep Iearlr St New Yerke and receive trey pamphlet ef testimonials and sample of Lotion or Soap rarerIlazjrllirgo hTYes Why be renter a parrot for the summer juit to have it swear at the heat for bimIaltimore American flip llrM I rr crltf Ion fur Chills rod Foyer IIs n hottlo of Gnovrs TASTRLCM CHILL TONIC Itla slsnidylrenandguininotn- ataatolosstorm No euro no pay Prlcc Oc A man smoking a cigarette boarded a Union traction car and a woman handed him an anticrparetU tract Thank yeu tfMiam said thf Ill take it home to inr son VMundo Star ConsumptionaIilcbWn Maple Street Norwich N V FeblTlOOO parrotlItehthough t eur mind tits is much funnier than the average locksmith Detroit Journal rjeh package of PUTNAM FADELESS dyesdruggists IheImay sub 18 always made to feel as if she is a wrinkled sptnt ter Atohilon Globe laps Catarrh Cure IsI seen Internally Price 75e 1Fortunate ila the liar who loses his repu tatfcn UW ago Daily Xows TIi sweet to klatIO is Ivitme Gum to chow The retired actor IIs naturally played out Chicago Daily Newt Lydia i E I Pinkhams Vegaiakle Compound cures the Ills peculiar to women It tones up their genmrml health eases down overwrought servos ours those awful backachesandreg ulates menstruation It does this because It acts directly on the fe maleorganism andmakes it healthy relieving and curing all inflammation anddisplacements Nothing else Is Just as goodandmany things that may be suggested are dangerous This great constantnrecord of cure Thou sands of women testify to ItsReadthelrlottarscon stantly appearing in this paper CHICAGO TO OMAHA Double Daily Service Kcwllnevlallocl ford Dubliqi Waterloo t tlr 1od tantCe cilllliias linrtc llbrarynnokin ran sleeping ears free reclining Chair car dining can Bend to the undrrflrnea torn free ropy of Pictures and K ios En Route Illustrating tills new hue aI sun from Ibo car window Tickets of agents ot L C IU It und connneilni1 lines AlL 11ANSON U P JL Chicago j t i jj sf OTOWhen repUpitparition is meritorious If you go Into aChieveduCandyUIjJijudgmenteft I i I youstrni stir Ir h ao ax to grind Dont it stand to ro Ifes trying to seisomething that WhtDI profitourtrilltryr credulityDont I CascaretsiiiI t I rellu1lUont I cheatsIiiruttumer hunUowaro Inbulktl1i1rdGstampedCThe UnlienrtlOf Expected candidatenotify him of his nomination I propOlalnights looking for Indianapolis Journal Do Your Feet Ache and Herat Shake into your shoes Allen JoootEase- a powder for the feet It makes tight or New ItchIngIWOlIln AddressAn Emergency burnedChefIVell addAmenuPock1To Cure n Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tablets All druggists refund money IlItfalls to cure 25c lIne your summer vacation plans may theyhadmatufldlndllllapolil Worn one woman out of u hundred has nr tl tg to say the other TO are asking what titt Ik matter with her Chicago Daily News ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of 4Sec FM talto Wrapper Below Tear s U and as 137 tlake3 ugaa- CARTERS FOR FOR DIZZINESS run IIUOUS NESS FOR TORPII LIVER L 1 FIR CONSTIPATION FIR FIRTHECIMPLEXIBN SALLOW SKIN otuiuimi Mnniuf u CURE SICK HEADACHE 1 WALTHAM WATCHES k of Before 1854 there were no n Waltham Watches nor any American Watches Today the tradition that one must go abroad for Iagood watch has been exploded by the American Waltham Watch Company II The Perfected American Watch an illustrated book of interesting information about watches will be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham Mass ISI iSi iS The man who smokes = OldVirginia Cheroots = has a satisfied glad I have got it expression on his face from the time he lights one He knows he will = not be disappointed No matter = where he buys one Maine or Texas Florida or Californiahe knows they = will be just the same as those he gets = at homecleanwellmadeburn reventaste goodsatisfYing 1 Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked tail = year Ask your opt dealer Price 3 for Scents I II lNCHESTER 6 HewRivmf 6 Leader and Repeater IIlcs1st1lpoDharlot them take BO others and you will get the bat dulls that money can boy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM tr f DR DOFFE- TTSEETHIN T Teething Powders j J t Two Delicious Deiicrt for price of one The Grocers of this city are giving a package of Hurnham Cream Custard to each purchaser of a package of Hurnhamn Hasty Jellycon Both make delicious desserts without cooking or baking Dissolve the Cream Custard in hot milk hasty Jellycon in hot water Order todiy Irrlfation Alls Digestion I I trAllays frMakes Regulates the Bowels Relieves the Bowel IIfstsROOFINGvsillsfeltdatTNt rAY NAMitlA I DillI Q CO CAUDtK H J m A N KE 1S24- WIICX 1VKITINO TO AnTERTinERS- plrue Slate that you taw the Advertl went In thl puner SUNSTROKEThe summers awful heat will kill those not fit to resist itthose whose bodies are full of poison because they have neglected their bowelsThe victims of sunstroke or of any of the other terrible dangers of summer diarrhoea dysentery cholera morbusare always those who have been careless about keeping clean in side and as a result have their blood full of rotten filth breeding disease germs and their bodies ready with weakness to succumb to the hot spell Dizziness heat headaches sick stomachs sticky oozing ill stnelling sweats crampsinresult from this neglect Keep yourself clean pure and healthy in side disinfected as it were with CASCARETS antisepticbowelthat every form of summer disease will be effectively I PREVENTED BY 1Thcu f CANDY CATHARTIC CASCARETS Are absolutely harmless a purely vegetable compound lto mercurial or other mineral pmpeltcD ill CASCAI T3 CS CARETS promptly effectively and permanently cute erery disorder el the Btoraica Liver ana Intestines Thornot only CUrt tOnlUpaUolI but correct IIf lneguladtr of the bowels Inelndtnr dlanhaa and dyjeatry PMsict wteat Taste rllCo rood Meyer any Ilckelli Awaken or pSTwrito for booklet and tree sample Address STERLInG RBMEDT CO CHICAGO cr NKv QJ rf i u I n It 4 i+ r= THE H1CKMAN COURIER c George Warren I on HIOKMAN KY wFRIDAYed AMERICANS who believe that Great Britains is tho model government arcI not safe to bo intrusted with tho dirts tion of American affairstttt ODDS nro now 3 to 1 against Bryan Tho fact Unit they were 5 to 1 only a taw weeks ago indicates that McKinley is thot victim of a mark down sale i ttttTHERE is small wonder that tho Porto Ricans dislike Old Glory and refuse to i display its colors on their holidays All1 1wall that Old Glory means to them is tnxn tion without representations tttti TIIAT creed under which tho Unite States have grown In one century to bw tho worlds greatest Power should bo good enough creed to control American policies for at least another century ttttOUR fathers were too wise to surren der this country to tho Federalist Ham iltons scheme of centralized governmen be on the English model Js it for tho Mc Klnloy imperialists to reverse their pro cedontfattttwTHE extent of the war fever in Eng Irnd may bo judged by the offer from a publishing house of half a million dol Jars thcbiggest offer ever made for bookto Gen Roberts to write a his tory of the Transvaal war ttttNEVER in the history of the world have the nations sO banded together t fight in common cause Under the walls of Tien Tain are now gathered or are gathering troops from nearly every civilized nation in the world ttttSTATE Know NOTHINGS a now politi the cal organization met at Princeton last M week with delegates from every district in the State in attendance and nomi to nated Preston McGoodman of Prince the ton the founder of the party for Gov ernor- I a ttttiI Ivr getttngrrovenge from China Ger for t I man soldiers will have to face the half million Mauser rifles Germany has sold China since the war with Japan The United States has sold China consider old able war material during tho same pet gIdode ttttHON JAS D BLACK who sought the tibmiriation for Governor nt the j of Kentucky Dcmojrrgexhibited the tI trno spirit wfeCurfilrgracofullv accepted the decision of the Lexington Convention R and announced that he would stump the State for Ueckhanu ttttJ theSor Chinese question and it is to be hoped ing Opwas brought on by w herself antt if sIre has permitted the Y massacre of the ministers at Pekin her i punishment should be sure swift and a I severe tttt isCARTER HARRISON thinks tho people will soon tiro of Roosevelts cowboy iicampaign Ho says Roosevelt is play ing in his strongest vein and as long as the films in the mntoscope last that long will ho be great I dont fancy that I kind of a man and the people at largo a will soon tire of him ttttii J ONE of the most recent Influential ac JJ- Ij cessions toJhe Democratic party comesC i from CaiRj 111 in tho person of MrII c + t extrarn sive wholesale Schuh Drug Co Ho a lifelong Republican but he thinks Fthatparty wrong ou current Issues and r will support thOjDemooratic ticket t e i t Jlttt- fa f TUE Germans are coming our way In Illinois Wisconsin Michigan aud1 Indiana nearly all of tho leading G man papers that supported McKinley j 189 are out strong for Bryan The Ger mans are opposed to imperialism oplids 1 1cdto militarism and above nIl else they propose to resont with their votes the sympathy of the Republican party with I r England in its war to crush out the liars iu Africa ttttf WHAT the Democratic party wants Notwvs is votes and it ought to rejoice for eve Palmer and Buckner man of HmO and for every Brown man of 1899 who will lino up for the ticket It does not mat ter whether a man believed in the g- e tc standard in 1800 and still believes in if fie will vote the Democratic tick 4andit docs not matter whether he bo 1 loved that Goebel was not fairly nomi r r nated and still believes it if he will v the ticket It is votes and not opdn- i o vlnch determine au election and 1 i a wan who swallows his opinions on some a partit Y serves more credit than the man who t i behoves in everything the Democrats do and say Wo are in favor of rusk the greatest calf feast in history if all prodigals will lineup with us this fall s k- I LOCAL NEWS r rThe City Council will moot in rogu lar session next Monday night Tho season for tho home grown Is at hand Yum Yuuil A big crowd from this place attend the Catholic barbecue at Woodland Mills Wednesday ICapt Georgo Hoog owner of the- teamer Verona and well known on the Mississippi was shot and killed at On ruthorsvillo on Monday The colored folks Will give a big bur becuo at Stublw Park lost Wednesday Aug 8th They hero oleic arrange to meets to toed a big crowd Wants For Sale For Rout I tU Found To Lone etc inserted in thob Courier rate one vent n word each insor lion Personal mentions tree The many long and deep trenches as od as narrow plank crossings and deli holes in tho pavement make it very hnzsi for a teen who has partaken of- everal geezers to pass along the streets of cound try will produce heat crop over known and will bo able andnbeast to all countries while engaged InIj warJTho National Nesro Race Conference at Montgomery Ala was addressed by Bishop Hulsey of Georgia who urged that a separate state be sot aside peopletoxoludcclljl Sam Jones gets off n good thing 00gi casionallv this for instance The teat Of eautiful sIght In limo world iis to see aLmily gathered around a hearthstone ith the head of the household reading his local paper Now If people would only stop using the words aL you know and at oil groataamount of hang labor and superfluity of words while endeavoring to butcher the English grammar Tho rejoicing over the bountiful t crop of peaches and other fruit must be cantoloupeso ed and watermelons are higher seems that nowhere is thero moro than two thirds of a crop of melons THE soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy ibCplca do Rant taste its prompt and permanent cures hero made it a great favorite with people everywhere For sale by Cowgill and Cowgill Hickman and A Shaw State Lino Druggists A good many people are often put to Inconvenience by not being aware of fact that it is against the law for a druggist to sell any kind of a poison to t child under 16 years of age without n written order from a parent or guardianI Bear this in mind when sending a child a deadly drug Chauncy Morlan and bride of Indianapolis are tho heaviest married g couple on record Morlan is 20 years and weighs 748 pounds while his bride who is younger and not yet fully own weighs 454 pounds They were arried last week and are taking a western bridal tour More than onethird of the 20000c thesMethodist Episcopal Church M n twenIeth century thankoffering has I raised and the committee in charge say that they feel assured that the whole of this vast sum will have boon collected before the end of next your Tho CourierJournal says Since white crows havo been adopted on the Evansvillo packets in place of negroes no loud talking swearing ussin and fight strikes and drunks are indulged in ne used to negro crews would think the hite deckhands wore members of thot M C Athey are so quiet and or derly I Ono of the greatest and wealthiest t newspaper men in tho world is John R McLean of the Cincinnati Enquirer I Ho says that the life of a local reporter only about two years Being comI anslamsye t I paper would make a Sunday school1l teacher go wrong Admiral and Mrs Dewey have returned to Bonuvolr their country homo near the capital and gossip is hays withI story of an expected visit of tile stork to the Dowey home It was whisperedt society at first matrons told it behind their fans to others nt tons anti parties and it then became noised about quietly in the official family in Wash ington This thing of 2000 wellarmed mm- is marching from one end of the Chinese empire to the other reminds us of the stories from Madrid prior to our with Spain about how n Spanish regiment t could march from Now Orleans to New York As was remarked at that time it could if it behaved itself and the police did not take charge of it Copt Harris promoter of tho Hick ItuilroaerdI is oina to Lake county and over or inside tho love J and the negotiations promise successfulI results This connection would bo tho most desirable one The extension of the Nash Chat St Louis Railro j 1 from Hickmun into Lake county is 1 certainty The books for the now series of the Hickman B fi L Association are now open Now is the time to take IIhnres This Is specially desirable to those wish ing to borrow money to buy homo land- ry Teens or to improve same on long timoi monthly payments and at reasonable 1iu terest It Is safe for investors but it Is a mistake to conclude that IH Rpccially attractive merely to investors rhOie- lId who derive the most benefit are those itwho burrow to secure homey c u nn a unyctra tary at once teSrnAY HOUSE uaA Chestnut Bay horse ono forefoot hatrhoIeJOSlBetween tho Methodist Church and tho spingi Mrs J II Evans and receive suiUiblo ro surd LEVEE AND RAILROAD QItsman and Surrounding Country eG- riVorlt Expected 1o Coiuwas in unco About Sop s tember The building of the levee from Hick man to Tiptonvillo agitated from time time for forty years px tst HCCIIIH to bo pon n more contain touting then over Thpro entd bo now n reason able certainty t1iGli1wiovco will ho wont menued this fallSthilCH will bo complot this and ti S 4fnncl that a rail road will immfilmtcjirlio built on or In Capt lf HjiitfUo prime promoter the ontorptirtl 1y1ut the Government ongineorsanl l+ lpn citizens in Hickman i Friday last nh8from his statements tho encouraging lads are obtained Tho actual cost of the loco will ho accurately known when the Government engin eers now engaged making tho survey have completed their work Tho esti mated cost Is 1300000 und the River Commission has promised to allot 81CO 000 of this on the condition that the people interested raise in good faith and mouoy the other half SlOOOO this amount Capt Harris and the evee Commissioners now have 8132000 109000 from Lake county 15000 from the Kentucky interests and 88000 from Obion and Dyer counties leaving only about 818000 or 820000 yet to bo rated The apportionment apparently vory fair looks for 825000 from the Ken lucky interests and the pledge id gluon that if Kentucky would raise this 10 000 that tho levee work will be commenc in September Some of tho largest Kentucky interests havo not yet subscribed but assurances wore made at tho Friday night meeting that they would so and that the balance of the sub scription could and would be raised The importance of this enterprise to Hiokman and the surrounding country cannot well be estimated From KJOOOO 200000 acres of rich lands will be re claimed from overflow and tho popula lion and productive capacity increased five to one and tho largest part of the is directly attributable to Hick man We know that thereare those who oppose this havoc giving this and that theory in objection but the proof of thereat benefits resulting from levees 1is la the object lessonsl of 1XX miles of love protection from New Orleans up on both sides of the river If tho levees below wore not of grunt benefit to land owners farmers ana towns the people would nt to tax thomsolvos to build arid maintain thoir levees This seems lobo incontrovertible proof z All the Liars Not in China The news from China that the foreign Ministers are safe sound and woll ha at last received such confirmation an to be gouerally believed in Europe and thin country And along with it Is time now the terrible massacres reported were much exaggerated though there Is perhaps enough of truth romaiulng to justify vigorous measures on the part ot tho other nations Thero is a for midable rebellion in progress in China and it is so strong that the Emperor government Li unable to control or tot punish but tho Imperial Government promises to do so alto main sentiment of tho rebellion iis uutlforoiguen and against their own Government beoauw of concessions made to the Foreign Pow ers Why the situation in China u been so fearfully exaggerated and m many lies continued and persisted ID belongs to modern sousatiouul newIIIj papers nIShy lie U Jnnt Bryan w graft because his private reproacht i upon i can detect no line in it Bryan U great because ho is an American product not i froo from imporfcotioua to be sure bat grand in arohiovouiouts and ho con trots groat mon as puppets aro control led Bryan is no god and the Cull flow of foolish adjectives that 6nt been showered on him mast lIw nau w aUnJ to him Ho Is Lot tho 11101 i scholarly the most profound tho moat titaeiiizeu who front an humble begiiiuiug JIIworked himself to the hlgnoat stop ono in national honors Ho is fast butII proachlug the dividing line success nUll failure noel tho llnis is v r 111 narrow and ho may miss it and go 0111 crowhisiu u ono of tho most remarkable men i American history a man inherent strong original self bollothrgeerd uu remitting in his pursuit of n great obI jeot If ho is defeated ho will nova or recuivn ouo tenth tho credit duo him fur l nacouyrltrhwlMompltis DUIUKO tho civil warns well UK in nu late war with Spain diarrhoea wiwui lieof tho worst diHOiwoH the army hull toJ contend with In many instances it ibl came chroiiiu und the old soldlors MtillI TaylorWind ul i ol olthosoanDiarrhoea 1 d nova r found unYtbtu that would livu lailll sualt UowgillMShaw o 4O pn Have a Howe of Your b Own We Willi Loan You tyoney Our Loans have tho following Spooial Advuntugvs Slight uxponsu in obtaining loan Moderate rate of interestt No large payment to look fur ward to and worry over Small regular monthlyI payments Fixed as low us is consistent with safety Yet you tire perfectly at liberty to pay as much us you wish Or at any time to payell your whole loan or any considerable por tin of it- Ihtilding Association Loans are easiest to pay- Forecloauresare utmost unknown Persons wishing stock in the newi Series of the Hick mUll Building and Loan Association should applyI at once to GKO WARREN Scy ot Courier oflice J A Mother Tells How She Saved Her Little Daughter Life II- IIIIUI1 tho mother of elghtohlldrcn Dndf tLu r had a great deal of experience with intdioinviL lout Summer my little Uughtcr had tho dysentry in IU worst fTin Wo thought she would die I tntd everything I could think of but inching acemedto do her nn good I viw by an advertisement in our paper that Ihcmbflrlainfl Colic Cholera rind iIiidrrhocu Remedy way highly rccotu ilInned and sent and got a bottle at Kixr it proved to be ono of the ver- ybtl inodloinw we over had in Uio house It XAVIH my little daughters life I amru xiuus for every mother to know what MM fioellont medicine it is Had Iknown ht flrxt it would have saved mo a great deal of anxiety and my daughter much suffering Yours truly MRS GKO F HritnicK Liberty R I For sale by Cowg1n Rickman and AMhawState Lino druggists ==LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT I I 1J H POLLOCK Propr First claws turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams fie Customers served with courtesy and polllcnM4 Pa tronage solicited Telephone 10 ash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERYNOTIONS c-c aeall and see our Stock Every thing up to date MARY BBIIKKDES its Co I Butfett-i IIQ E icauccllor to Wm Dleitelbrlnk nuulL tNr Fancy Groceries and Provisions f HIQKMAH KMTUiKY tJIir I Rggt DELIVKKY YiiA 1- 11lolopboDcStoro No 94 ROH A r OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker KENTIIOKYrMK A TfUAl when you reel GIVE lIIlIbln done or repair In Waiton bra lloneiboliiir A peolally J also keep n full line of Undertakers Goods Common Hoiewoo and HollJ IJUok Walnnl Coffini end Cmei which can b fiilcil up In short notice and rat reUOR- I itln prices ciao ma call jam Shop pear the Jail I I r 1 Jr n florae Mlteu Barber Nhep In tho new Laolodo Hotel whoru cane found good harbors polite mid ready to HerO yon Good work clean towels keen nizont Well try to please yo- uJHHICM H K Ivy u Joe IV Hoiiittt II K lfinlrjr BENNETT EEMLEYA- TTOKNEYSATLAW t Will practice in nil Court eupcdnlly the Courts of Hickman und Fulton coun ties Mr Uenncttrt olllcu will remain in Clinton and Mr HotuluyH III Hiokman CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure In try lug to please you than wn old reliable barbers R U OALUWKLL H R IvY Will OttOWKLL Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter be published notices not to exceed 0 HU M each from furtiurrt who are uulwirib prodealsMULE FOR SALt FintoloM Marc forialo Apply to Judge R It WAUCKU lIS Milk Cow with tine young calf for Sale Apply to 0 L Ross For Nile Two Roller Coulters Applr to B R WAUOU Mined I Pant t ti J We have added to our large stock lH J SAILNTIla llcluly iVxediFaiilaf- 8SSSALL COLORS and guaranteed to ho of lime BEST QUALITY I l 1 1UtVGII111 l- tItUGJIH1H it ro4o+ i TinJJ1- IS f STAFF OF LIY1l 9 1NU TO OCT i GOOD FRESH BREAD r 00o Tmr Jew + City + BatBrg i Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily 1- ff 1i uotciTropical and Domestic Fruitsand Candies Cigars and Tobacco rt ft t I IICEf i CREAM served from their SODA NEW ARCTIC FOUNT 1 I CHR4M PAHLOK in the City Patronngo Solicited Telephone your Ordcri 00fJ f JJYouri City Bakery 1 f e+ + + + + + + ++ + + H + 1 + UM jestieH Cooking Bangesrr The Best in the World You Cannot nuke H MlNiak- ela Buying One af these Ranges I Ono of Its Strongest 1ointa Is ire ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I Bakes Btionitn In 4 Minutes Light Bread In 40 Minute Baying a MojOBtio means H lllo tlne of Economical OooklnrI Call and Kxamhtc Them Youll Buy HH Other J w- M AaJJinvivi ipiwn 0s9MBli09 W HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS JHTAJILIfoIUEn lkni TOM DILLON ST Propr Battftior to D C KNIC d tJ Marble and Granite Monuments o TJ IR 33 1 IT ai I STONE WORK of nil Kinds I IRON FENCING co Itiokman may TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in thin I linei of business at Union City Tcnn and carry at all times a large and wellas borlctl stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well nH all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER 4 WB WEBSTER 7rSPECIAL FourFulletor MSk Rye Wbi key itsutarkstory return It at my expense and 1 will refund you Wioo Tliia U a most liberal offer and I await your onion W R WEBSTER 3s 3s 3f 3j f j 1t I 1hl 1 t1 t j f cn Itallrnml Time Table I t1r Nt o at L R R LKAVKHi AHUIYRU- itf No M it tJO I mTrtuI Loc l and Personall =hiss Bulls of Cairo Is the guest of A P Sell InUnionGuy Robbing of Pailuoali visited in tho city tits weekIMm Lltrio Hall of Union Oily Is tho gut dt of 0 A Holcoinbo Llnotll MU Jessie Guruthurs of UnionI City is visiting Mr Arch CurnthurH goods0beaponlyII BUCHANANS l Mix Knto Hold returned homo from Urceutiold where she has been Visiting Died in this county on tho Hist ult Mn Nolllu Higgujnlioon the ailltIMiss Pearl Builmrt Mla4 StIf ODanieldaughter off DrI U P ODiinlol of Independence Mbrls visiting Mlsn Beano Case Mr und Mm Will Gurrlgan of Un Ion Oily Hiwnt Sunday in tho oily guiwUt of Mr and Mm John Rlngwood Clinton Democrat Miss Jwwlo Weathorly of lltokman in visiting hor friend Mrs Eula Salmon thU wc k tIIf AU kiniliof Yeah Fish Oysters nnu Wild Fowl In notuton for sale nt tho HloKuian Packing Oo TelphonoSO MM Nvllle TSogern who hnx boon visiting relative the pest six months In PcunHylvunlii In uxpcctcd homo thbi yk rh losses Mattlo EHUou npd Nouo Parks left Wednesday night for several weeks lummuriuir In tho wouiitnlni Hear MoMinvtllo Touu- Tljlonvillo Prow II M Wills olo OUtioll lit left yoMtorday for Hiokmnn whore he hits been engaged to give nn entertainment under tho nuHhlaort of onnI Of tho churcheltICOAT IhtTUoY1 Gout between Woodland Mulls and lllokinnuim Wed uwdny lot list Thu ft1 dot will bo re warded bY returning it to N J COW t IHokmu Ky I DyonIullttheir parents for several weeks return ttl homo Friday juxxmipnnlM by tholrI tutor Mbw Carrie Polk Troy News Wunner MM Cavitt widow of tholalo Dr J II Cavitt has decided to move to Hiokmnn whore nho goon to educate her children oho bought a rhlOnlilo home in Hlckmati thtit oot tJ000Tiptonvillo PrlM Dr S K David non and Mr U E LoDuko wont fishing ono day past week Judging froniUinir appearance after n day spent on U o lake they had tho usual IkhormnnH luok wot feet and u good appetite Yew certainly we have Wall Pit pr In stock Wo nho have a beautiful lino I of samples for speolal lew- WIUONH HOOK STORK The ladles of Iloelfoot Church will lvo an entertainment at Clayton School iloufto for tho benellt of their ahurah Wcdneiwlay night Aug 8th There will be leD ore un regular supper and bathe oued meats Everybody invited In sixty days tho housewife will bo forced to pay more for her brooms Tho broom crop ti short ono half of what it uvnally U When the crop is harvest ed and tho factories begin to tnako brooms from It prices will take a Jump A little son of Mr Wm Stuhr of thin city while visiting in tho country one day lout week was bitten by a cop perhead xnake Ha was Immediately brought to town a physician summoned and tho little fellow won soon out of danger Advises havo been received from tho Superintendent of Public InHtruation that tho school per capita will not ox coed 8240 but the exact amount U not yet known Thus something In which the teachers of the State are very much intcrooted n A Tennwaeo authority hay ruled that Jowhillikcnft Is swearing May IMS it In but any full grown man who wasted his time on such u word while there are so runny others which fit tho roqulromontri bettor cant ho bad enough to do much wrong with it Read tho advertisement in tho CouitiKit You con save money by Irod Ing with tho polo who advertise In this paper It coM money to advertise In this iMijKsr and when morchnntx posyi money for Hpuco it nicnim that they hnvo tnldlllllllUhIi Mr ThomoA Crayons nn old and respected citizen ot tliis countytHCtl Saturday last nUll wan buried in Hick man Cdmotary Sunday He was quito old hasp boon infirm feeble and blind for sumo years Ho was n member of tho Roman Catholic Church was con sistent ILI such and much respected by those who know hum Tho Woodland Mills Plcnloand Bar I becuo for tho benefit of tho Roman Cuth HUCCIJAAfjvory largo tho oxcursionrt from Hickman and Union City wore crowded and un Immense number in vehicles of every do ftorlptlon The barbecue was good and refreshments splendidly served EveryI thing was orderly wolf conducted and I11 hud u pleasant day Wo suppiwo the church realized nice IIUIII Iroy News Banner Tho people of tho western section of Obion county are badly in need of railway accommodations If ono of em niises 800 bushels of wheat tad ninny make twice and three times that much it will roqulrp twenty days to haul tho crop A rail road ought to bo built to Rcclfoot Lako either from Obi on Troy cr Union City Whats to hinder tho building of that road from Hickman Just wait until Oho Hioltman and Tiptonvlllo Loco Is built and this longfelt want will bo fg Nsupplied r Walter Manese Injured I Wtijltur Munerto a son of our well known conntymun Enquire J F Ma nose wits sorlonsly injured by falling I from a railroad train near Jackson Ten nessee Saturday last Ho was found In an unconscious condition near tho I track immud to Juckxon und his Injuries j pronounced Korions Ills skull was fractured in two places and his loft unit badly mingled At last informa I lot ho hind not recovered consciousness and nothing is known of tho particulars ot tho accident I Tliw nine and lute laxity I Tho KnHoball contest botweoti tho Fed oral Blue Veterans and tho Confederate Gray Veterans occurs on Batunlav Aug 11 2 p in Everybody men wo mon and children invited SOME FROSTY MI1I1TS May Follow Closely on heels of Heal cd Term I hicks in hits forecast of tho weather tor August sums up the situation about 04 tOUOWIIFrom 9th to 12th is 11 reactionary storm period awl the ahanaes will Uo mxxl for heavy thunder gluts and HOUIO local1 storms amounting in plncus to watvni outH Interior utornm nt thll- ltluwnl break up in annoafionablo 1ih- oOrylly cool weather MunhUmden touiperaturodosStorms nt this time and during tho remainder of tho month will partake of the autumnal aininootiul M rturbatfon tho local mantfestntinne will lie only partN of general and far roaohing ills turbances FrosU in high northern latitudus nro among tho probabilities if gunuril nnd heavy storms touch thoHOUth coast dur lug tho last half of August THXOH Taxes Your City Taxed have lion duo since March 1st Comn forward and HOtllo nt onoo By HO doing you will save 6 pur aunt interest Tow DIILOM JK 0l 0 A Fulton Lender Slorjr A Fulton county juntiou of tho Peace whose rurtidonoe and civil district adjoin tho TcnnoHHCo State Lino hud ub normal appreciation of tho rasp onKbillty of the ollloe and never lost nn opportunity of oxuroiHlng its prorogntivo of de manding that K preserved One day his son und u hires man got into n tight on a stretch o tho farm whloh wpumtcd the two states Tho gentle man mounted tho fence with nn air of thorlty commanded In tho namo of tie State of Kentucky I demand 1oaco Just then tho fence gave way and OH ho wont down with the fence toppling to the TonnotMao side ho yelled to nU son Uivo Im ht1 Hilly Ive lost my Ju rllidlotion l Ice CrcHia Nuppcr The ladlw of the Episcopal Church will servo too creAm eta at Mrs R T TylorM Thursday evening August lath Everybody invited A KAItK TREAT At tho City Hall tonight Tho famous story Bon llur dramatically told nnd grandly Illustrated by Ont J A Rider Capt Rider line personal letters from prominent clergymen of all churches who speak In tho highest praise of this entertainment and they promise us a most enjoyable und profitablo evening with Lew Wallace For the benefit of tho Ladles Guild of tho Episcopal Church Admission 25o children under 13 years 15u 11EIIIM TilE BAUS Janis Caldwell who Killed Odin Me Llnro Arrested In Pope County Arkansas Murder ConunUtcil sear Walnut Log Union City CommornialCourior It will lho remembered by readers of tho Commercial Courier that about months ago Junius Culdwcll murdered u young man named Odio B McClure near Walnut Log Tho murder was tfoul ono and the cause which led to 1 was u difficulty tho day previous to tho killing between tho murdered man und tho murderers son Walter in which 11- is understood tho latter got tho worst of it On Sunday Use day following tho setup between tho two young men Mc Oluro with n number of other young IItOl plo woro ut n neighbors house hntiil jolly time in tho yard when Junius Culd well and his son Walter came up and joined tho throng In n short while af tor making their appearance tho older Ouldwoll walked up to McClure und knocked him III tho head with u singletree It is said that after McOluro wn knocked down young Culdwell atartc to out him with his knife but refrained or way prevented from doing so Mo Oluro died that evening from tho cllectrt of his injuries Fnthor and spn made their escape and tho Governor ofTered a reward of t00 for their urrost Sheriff Finch got on tho truck of thom in Arkansas and son t n detailed description of them to nun y Arkunnns shorilfs From this dcHcrip 1 R Young of 1opo couu tlolliShoriff the lIIun lit Atkins a little village Homo 12 miles from RussoIIvlllo tho county seat where they were living peaceably and apparently happy under tho name of Luton tho father bearing tho given name of Henry the son re taming his own name Walter They were arrested by Sheriff Young und lodged In tho Russellvillo jail und Sheriff Finch notified who with Deputy Josh Adams went lifter thorn arriving hero last night with their prisoners and oafely landing them in jail Tho recent ruins have delayed wheat threshing to some extent r I I f Army Six MUllen Strong The reported census of China repre soma that that nation can readily put an army in tho field over six million strong the population being over 100 000000 And they are not lacking in Immense wealth and resources Such an army under good training good ofll curs and modern guns could defy tutu combined world lint herein the Chi iiitso are wofully lacking Whet tier oughly aroused laity are said to bo a florcn ruvongcfnl nail daring people In late yours thoy have been securing modern guns nnd implements of war faro but tho vast hurtles of their popu allot know no weapons but bows nnd arrows It may take the Powers years to overcome them that is to hold tho country after thoy are overcome bnt the Chinaman cannot stand in general battle before European or American sol diets A newspaper man snYs an exchange can write more cheerfully of tho busi ness interests of tho town when his col umns uro liberally tilled with advertise montH of till business houses No edi tor can advooHto tho doctrine of buying from homo l lrbunt unlewf tho homo murchantH show thoy are interested in catering to tho homo trade by udvertta lug Intbu columns of the local news pupw5 Itis depressing to tho editor to ltronblnKlioitor that comes nlongnnd nt tho same tune the namra of thene busincai shun are rarely if over seen in tho ndvertLs ing columns of the local papur Material toryFor Whippoorwlll Public Notice For Rent 7EESTJI Stald iD Ijokmn H BUCHANAN offers his beautiful Store Room Rent on Sept 1 1900 PARTICULARS ADDRESS H BUCHA1TA1T Hickman Kentucky R1B 00O3VC W Ias lei Liquor OJwsa CLINTON HICKMAN K9eps in Stock Thixton Owensboro Distillery of LiquorsOld Gold Wagon Gins Brandies dues and Deal and Quality Guaranteed Iir Business conducted strictly wording to law II Extra 8Frankfort Ky July Book haut has to call An extra scsHloii betweentbut election law It is expected that bill has already been prepared for non committees in ouch of th connect to report non partisan Stale coinnibwiou with two reprosontn tine on onIeach of tid county boanls xl0rl or Slave yoarsbyform df flavcrr Otp Di of Manchester Mlch flalI My wifo JiM helplsfor jiyo years that she could ntt tnrnoV bed mono After using two Itottteb OfJEHotrlo Bitters alto dodremellyformolaucholyisspoils It is KOilsond to weak sickly Jl1urAntocdIby druggist- sWANTEDCapable lady oG gentle men for permanent traveling position salary SlUOOyonrly Expenses and com mission extra Address Box 10 Ky Prices Reduced Pricey havo been reduced on all my SlippersTheyBoon bo over 71341 II O Horses for Salo Two 0014ear old horses trill work anywhoru Also Ono wagon und harness Will soil cheap Apply to Mus M LLsIllckmdn ICy null Hand Some second hand Doors Windows cheapApply Fur Snit lamllbOfOIlAKiiv M ELLISOS Itrick for Male IlickntanWagbny Stile Floe Drown Leghorn eggs CO cents per setting of 13 M L ELLISON SLIPS For sale by flU M V WALKEU STOCK PEAS FUlt SALE ofStockders promptly for either or Cow Peas A M SHAW State Line Ky havingboonJack drwires notice given that ho to gethcr with Mr Cue Threlkeld has bought thr Htock of M Witting and added tlnTotoun immense stock of fresh grocerir and that under the firm namo of Rogers Throlkold they will run WittingStandund Cui will welcome old oustoinors and friends and as many now ones as may be kind enough to cull Wo keep any and everything in our line Q ftT for s FOR t i ST KY all of Millett Cos Best Brauds Old Diadem Proof Session U10ov docldwl a partisan election a y a William i IwoiljiO ir i1 a Liam Bardwcll AMnitna t r 1OTATO 0 J n j 1 =Mr11r1ti More Shoes 1 04 Better Than Those Offered Before Because wo have REDUCED THE PRICE a Third to a Half below value soldLot98c Lot Ladies 8200 and 8175 Oxfords and Slippers Tan 48bctttheseJUUI ds2reduced vvr HellOC Prices on all missos ana OQndrODS SLIPPERS ifr The Best Values in all Grades of Shoes HBYIOR1IIUL I CASH STORE FOR THE BEST IN GROCERIESI I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds UPTODATE GROCERS1 1- WiTTiNoa OLD STAND f Goods Delivered Free1FRESH MEATSClinton Street Telephone 74 ttAo LEDFOBD Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware V4 Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement iir I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please my customers My motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Tclphone C Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office Kentw ky nd I Sherr1 Whet DrUlslL Oliverand p7uloaia Chill P10XlfllJLawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Haines Backhands c BUGGIES and HARNESS of the best grades and styles always in stock in large quantities To get one to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial HICKMAN E EI REEnES dlrKENTUCKY v 1 t s t 1 U 1f i f 0 I ITqeJiicI1 man Courie GEORGE WARREN Publisher t t lI MAN KENTUCKY i j AUGUST J900 Sues Moa Tuo Wed TGur Frl I SaG I 1 3 4- I F l I 5 6 78 910U-II t i I1213i4 15161718 1 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 I 2a 27 28 129 30 31 Ii lt no A ti m + KrKA CURRENT TOPICS 1- Ir Wood anti charcoal are In great de r mandkfor fuel In Cuba Mrs Bryfiri may make several1I i BpcccljesI in New York city I Nearly 60 per cent of all Russian t arc unable to rend or write TlieJSkUthern railway has 100 tullut of new road under construction Quo Vatll K has smitten Mascagnl the Composer and he announces that lie wlA make It into an opera with an Italia libretto MI llmnn who crossed the Niagara Tallin lllondlns back lives in Chi cngolomllpI s the greatest ropes wolklat thntiday t Nale hens in Xcw Zealand in nd t dltionkto supplying the communities wlth gggs make themselves additionally useful by catching rats From Cuba 10400000 pineapples will be shipped into the United States this year Tjie lruit now reaches New York from Havana in three days EGo Robert Taylor of Tennes see has closed a lecture tour through the west in which he is said to have earned SO000 over his expenses American tourists in Japan number three times the total of all other for eign travelers and the United States iis held in high esteem by the Japanese Mayor Colonna of Rome has begun a crusade against expectoration The sign E vietato da sputare is now put up in all the taverns and tobacco chops t C The horse business is good the world over One hundred and fifty thousand horses and mules have been t1nnded Iirioulh Afrfca once the beginning if the Ava rC Booker T Washington has been making a careful study of the condi s tion of the Negroes of New York with a view toward formulating a plan of fmprovoment The death rate of the world is 67 and the birth rate 70 n minute an this seeming light percentage of gain is sufficient to give a net increase iin population each y jar of 1200000 While William O Whitney isabrpadI his son harry Payne will attend to the formers racing n rests In thIIii t count YaJnSi fhlnly is a strongi j nthlete a raptifaVpoW layer ri gdtfd1I r r judge of horseflesh and a capitaltI SnchtsmansFire Chief Oroker of New York has caused a commotion there by go nutomobil1at e e t a minute Tiicre is talk of calling A tonthe courts to order a slower rate locomotion The ietonlshlnp total of 4S00+ hod beet realized from Kiplings Ab t t sentMinded Beggar in various waysI tho Ilrovecdsgohig to the families off I the men fighting in South AfricaI y This Is at the rate of 10000 a line which doubtless breaks the poet record Lewis Wllkipsn young farmer living near St Pdtjlj iiiipn is believeda to bpthe trillcst man alive measuring i elgluLfcct eleven and a half inches in height He was born in 1874 and from p J he start grelcao rapidly thattV according tna the stories current iin this homeVheiwnsv six feet 4all when y only 10 years old Wilkins weighs iSGJgSaunds1 i v w m f1lelleading mandarins in the t tdlsfurfied city of Poking is a young mon born nod raised in this country in the state of Tennessee u fact the t ought to work for the safety of the Americans in the Chinese capitali life is Frank Carl who went to Eura to live with his mother in 1878 an continued on to China in service f n relative Sir Robert Hart then and now Inspector general of customs Ir in China Mr Carl is now third in rank to Sr Itolicrt Secretary of Agriculture Wllso- saysf that in Nebraska nowadays the ifcklns of superfluous flogs are tanned and made into gloves a plan which affords n valuable suggestion Inns much as every large community kllla f off great numbers of purs annually the hides of which might just an well be utilized as wasted Dogskin of 4course is ours of the best materials for gloves and for this purpose we import hundreds of dollars worth of canine pelts annually i Gen Cronjejjpn hearing of the cap ture of Pretoria is reported to have f remarked Naiad to end soeI snit from the first and I think we a did lj qDrMax Nor nittIS to visit Jngiand in August and will probably1 me to this country In September Ills trip C I lie says Is made in the interests of the Zionist movement Guatemala imports from Germany I renameled kitchen ware musical 1 inI I ttr struments umbrellas cheap hats leather shoe elastics crockery hard t care and cutlery paper cheap clnlh a 3 er Pnd wine 0 r J 4 e 1 f A 1- 1X BRITISH TROOPS ADVANCING Cen FrrnrH Inns Occupied Middle Juirjr niul Gen 1olrfnrcw lies Unehetl nragsprnltI London July nThe war office frfim Cnpo Town says Dewet has offered to surrender on eondlh ins that his followers be permitted to rr Ufrn to their homes unmolested Lord Honeuls hues reinsert anything except unconditional nurrendor London July 3U71hc war oilier has received a dispatch from Lord Koberta explaining that onlyone train wna enplured on the night of lttl 21 hutwelll Kroanstad nett the Vo4l and that it cOnttlDf1I supplies anti two oflicers and 100 men of the Welsh Fusllcers Gen French Las occupied Middle Polesanew with the Guards Urlgade arrived at IJrugsprult 20 unites west of Mlddleburg A dispatch from Fourlesburg shows that the capture of Fouriosburg was preceded by heavy fighting to force a passage which was stubbornly con tested for two days Oen Hunters forces had the hardest work in forc- Ing Hellers Xek his casualties amounting to about 100 Upwards of 0000 Boers with n very largo number of wagons n large quantity of stores and many cattle have been driven into the mountain passes where they are watched by British troops Their escape from that point will be very dlfllcult THE COLOMBIAN REBELS Their Uffent Wnn Ilur to the Arrival tit Km Sermon With lOOO More Troop Kingston Tam July 31 News by the steamer Trent Monday from Colon shows that the capitulation of the Colombian rebels at Panama was due entirely to the arrival of Gen Serrano with 1000 troops from Sa vanllla The rebels fought desperately and would have won but that Serranos troops turned tie day against them they being caught between two fires The majority of the rebels it is reported hove left Pana ma to join the rebel forces at other points A number of the best family ies at Panama are mourning the loss of relatives in their recent battle The premium of gold remains at ICO per cent- Wounded In the 1hlllpplnrii Washington July 31Oen MaeAr thur cables the following names of wounded In recent engagements Benjamin F Lilard thigh serious Ver non A Adams Ileg above knee mod crate Sergt Robert MnhafTy arm Might Edward M Bagtd knee seri ous Joseph P Lewelltng thigh mod crate Kdwnrd C Stone thigh slight Walter Lawrence back slight JotK pli W Eastman arm serious Corp ltOa FirstdSer t Walton G Winkler arm seri 1OUS AVoIfott to Gu to Ilnlr Washington July 3lThe president has tendered the appointment of am bassador to Italy to former Qov llogcr Wolcott of Mnfaohugdi The Itallati government has ibeen aSK- I ed whether Mr Wolcott would be ao ceptable to it in such a capacity a form always oberttd In international relations SQ far no response has been xetfoivcd Mi Woleott hi sup posed to be in France amnl the proof dent lies communicated with him bj cable so that an early answer In ex pected rced6orced to nuo Up the tPlulit IXCW York July 31 George McFad den the local lightweight boxer ad ministered n severe drubbing to Jaek OUrien formerly of Halifax X 8 Jbut now n resident of this city before the Twentieth Century Club at Mud son Square garden The pair met foi a 25ronml bout at the lightweight limit J1a pounds but there wen only 32 rounds of lighting OBrier was HO badly punished in the 12th round that he was forged to give up when the bell rang for the Legluuing of the 13th Xu Out to Illume Washington July UThe navy de partment has received from Cnpt Leary tile naval commandant of the island of Guam the report of n bear oi oillcorn upon the circumstanceE surrounding time grounding of thE United States steamship Brutus on elAprudl1 1 Ifno blame attaches to any one o board at the time of the accident The boards recommendation have been approved nCoUuu Mill 1VIII Clour Uyldoford Mea Tiny 31The per vailing trouble in China has made ifI necessary to bring about a curtail mont of production in cotton ninnu fauturjiig In this city anti it was an nounced that the mills of the Pepperell Manufacturing Co will IMS shut downI from August 18 until September About onehalf of the goods tured by these mills goes to China About 3000 hands are affected by tbi notice liter the Shah of IrrHla Paris July rUWhlle the shah wni ronduyIInearbj a roughlooking Persian carrying ni customary poignardH in his belt Oc account of his suspicious actions thlft tr individual was arrested Body Sent to St louU New York July 3I1hl body olt Nellie mull or Ogle the young wom an who committed suicide at tit rrcmbytnrlaji hospital on Friday iva funt Jo Stt Lous on order of tlietloadi Ulrltf m 1har + ilrs Ogle of St Ebuls MOURNltID 11 IMI King Humbert Cut Down by the Bullet of an Assassin Uoily AVIII HP Tnkcn to Home tnsIn 1hr lnu tli foil Tlie Murdi rfao- all AnnrcliUt Iroiu lat Ornoit V J 1 N Mann Italy July MlCtnJj flbert was awautlniited Sunday night n II ho ZIt leaving tho nnniuil tunas tic exhibition by Anjilo Brassljjlnn anarchist who tired three IIlmtfat- the king just ns he was rntorlri hii oarrlagp with his aidedecamp One of the shots entered the kings heart end he fell in his carriage dylnlitv- ury few moment Tho kings iiQ0 guard Immediately seized tho im Rnssin who confessed tile crltnu no declared he hoped the king was dent11 Only the quick notion of the guard and police kept the infuriated crowdI which a minute before was wildlv cheering Humbert from tenting th assassin to pieces The greatest ox KIXO HCMI1EBT or ITALY citement followed thus shooting andII thousands of people filled the street I of the town until sunrise The king met death like a soMtrr Twice before attempts have be nI made to kill him but he has ejuwpml1I mainly through his own personal de fense and courage Sunday night when the first shot rang out tho Muff slightly turned his head but the her and bullet out him down and he frllII fainting In the nnns of his aide The gotOfihtvast crowd gathered about the i r rlagc but was driven Jack lyltin police The king was onrried ro a residence near by and novenil jii clans called A few rolNHtea u11I the kings death was formal ain nounced throwing the eo ntr 111411I the Italians of the world Into Mlrj Y- ollrlwI the aaaein wna hurried to prison by a heavy escort of ipet and soldiers very effort is botag TITS PRINCB OP NAPLES made to protect the wretch Tlio prison is heavily guarded The crown prince is yachting and fast torpedo boata have been this patch to notify the future king of his fathers loath nome July 3tThe Prince of Xa plo is expected to arrive here on Wednesday when he will take the oath in the presence of the united chambers Ho is already King Km manuel 1IL there being no formall coronation on aceaston of thin sort Irr Italy As Victor Emmanuel III who jnar ried in 1800 IB childless the hefr fb the throne is the kings cousin the tiduke of Aostn The dueliPM of Aest was PrlucasH lichen of Orleans lqngh tor of the lute count of J arts and sIllS rnrshlaerode the handsomest royal couple In Europe themassassin Brostil Is from Pntemjn N J Rome July 31Orders liavc been telegraphed to nil provincial I official to take steps to assure order anal pro vent possible revolutionary move meats The king will be requested to sum mon parliament immediately upon hula return here- Washington Tony Uflle state tie partmcnt has received official notifi lingmessagesAfamily of the de ceased ParlH July 31The announcement llntnbtsrtTina Centllhncing M1 DulaiUKo the niiniKtep of for feign ailalrs hues abandonedl a fete an no aced for Monday night president resentIondny cxertopen interniitlonal press congress at the Sorbonne TIh118 Titarfor 11onj + dvtn Ing at the JJIynsec In honor idfiilie shnhof Iersln hnfbcaa I ostIron It a fit REVOLT RAPIDLY GROWING 0 A ScrloM Stale ot AfTulrn and Se yore Klitlitluir nt Severn IlnccH In Munchiirlii 8t Petersburg July 31life Rus Clau general stuff hues ruenlved the jmtoliM front vnrtoiM commnuders In ntTnlrsIthroughout MnnclturlK The revolt in the neighborhood of Mukden and the difttriet northward ball KMHUIUHI such projiorllon tint the RumUn col umn has hero ciinpelliil to retreat lightingmcontinuously the column with dlfll culty reached thu station at AJnsmnd inn where on July 8 It was surround til by Chinese troops Reinforcement were stunt and the withdrawal of the column Wfm offuetod to Uawlilzno with mllllIinir 1The railway from Mukden to Telin and Dasalthtto hats been completely deatroyedl and tho Into of the work 11earn and railway officials north of Mukden Is not known The whole Mukden district Is menaced by large bodies of Chinese troops with artil lery Chinese troops and Boxers in doll-y once of treaties hero appeared at the towns of TukHhou Snulju hi tied inntfen InoUliig the inhabltauti to revolt On July 17 the garrison nt Sindjudfthl was shelled from the town three men being killed A detachment returning from an inspection of af IfillIM In Gnoduti peninsula was at and surrounded by Chinese troops on July 21 The Ruwdntii I tvcntunlly reai ed the Clilne e walls of right CoAsoeks killed and ten wound rd Similar reports have been receive ed front other points- RATHBONE ARRESTED The Itcrvnt Director General of Vast lu Culia I IlrlU ou Your Charge Havana July 20Mr ISstoa 0 Itntlibonc recently director gpnoral of posts in Cuba was amatwl Saturday at 11 oclock on four charges Tlie e allege tho unlawful drawing of two 1cedars for 100 each pttyiag his pri vale cmiehmiin and garilener out of the postal funds and drawing per diem allowances when not entitled tc do co Mr Itathbono was hold In bonds of SWMW- OIlavuna July 31Tlle court before whom KstMi O llnthboe feriHerly director of wttx of Cnbsi was ar raignod after his nrroet oa charges of fraud iMUotl an order dlreetliii that the prtooner W remormll to the unreel but Lieut CoL S ett acting governor general advised that ha bt allowed to remain IIn the vivac unto It VIM known whether ball wonkl laf tiucnrud Uia ttornuym are eoMAtlent beniisttutttnManyliqne to wcpr w their iriHpRUiy wltll him In ifs prt181eam eat Among Utm vaii den Leer HnruiiA July 31Oates 0 JUth bone former director of paste now under arroat OH a charge of fmrnL furnished bell Settor Lopez a wealthy Spaniard going OR his bond Kevernl Spanish JuerchanUt offered to provide a bona MINERS ENTOMBED prrlliln Ontnnlrciplie at Mntrhnla- Mrxlcii Tlip IOHII of Lift May Iteagh Thirty Monterey IIIx July IIA torriWc ontflstrojilio took glare at Matchwiila n thriving camp swish of Monterey In the state of San Luis PoUwri Firs broke out In the La IM wine and be 1font the miners could reach the sun face ninny of thorn WON entombed and either burned to death or suiTo rated The Are raged florcoly fur nev oral hours Eleven oodles have been taken out and others are known to be In the iini- tIt is thought the loss of life will reach 30 There 1 is great excitement in the mining town and the numbet 6f iniflHlng men can not be accuratelji determined When the fire was din covered Kamon Gomez the foreman boldly descended the shaft mid went Into the burning chamber for the pur pose of aiding the unfortunate miners Jle was overcome by smoke earl per receoveredaMISPLACED LENIENCY It linn lnrrrnneil the Circulation of AniirihUtlo literature Ailru cutlisiC lIAlcldr London July 3lIt IH stated In ofll VI4V olrolen that tho recent release ol SIpIdo the assailant of the prince ol Wales ns he was passing through IJelgium lies been followed by an enormous increase in the circulation of anarchist literature nilvoentliifi regicide It is thought exceedingly likely that the assassination of King Humbert is directly traceable to mis placed leniency Diplomats nnd oil clals generally visited the Italian em bassy in great numbers Monday Among the early callers was tIlt prince of Wales who expressed keen regret at the loss of n personal friend Southern Steel Shipped to Kuropn Illrmingham Ala Aug 1lhe first steel ever exported from the south lies just been forwarded by the Ten ncsece Coal Iron and Itullroiid Co from its Knsley steel mill to Copenha gen nr Olasgow The wiles wen made below European figures lirynnN Trip Announced Lincoln Neb Aug J William J Bryan has announced that he wool leave Lincoln next omloy night foi Chicago Where bo will spend Tues day goingto Indlaunpolls with an cs tort that qvcning 2E WASNT GROWLING Was Merely Sccklnir InfornmUon MI to 1rlccn of Country Comfort nUll Convenience WhatI earpla ty eJuulattclj the summer bonnier from the eity Ht he tKiieed at tilt ItiKMinuus bill which uya tuck the honest aBnculturiit had just pre leafed to him Xinetytix deJUrn and thirty cents for two weeks board for amytelf wife and thrwIman bola Now look lucre Mr hook earrallbeneerFarmer Hooks dofuedlv Your toys cutup considerable many ot my aiiple and then there the flihin anti the vrentrv sad th picnic and Uncle Hiram Pinkerafuneral and the eclipse rf the moon andctrahall that and But pshaw man the only time we used your old carryall the horse was to sulky that I had to load him molt of the way and the vehicle broke down and 1 paid mete for hay ing it repaired titan it was worth Your green atilJr made the troy sick to within I- halrl breadth of An sgonizfne death and- to the extent of a 01 doctor bill 1 caught IInyorany of iit away with us We wife in no way niiWe ur the late Mr Tinkers fu neal and I add did not particularly enjoy it We did not attend the craniter picnic anti as for paying you for the tcliiK of the moon 11lKLooker here lo you mean to insinuate yeaWlftbeunmated at s 100000000000 ander Waall Well 1 was merely wandering If you wen trying to get it all at lncer SERVED HIM RIGHT H Advlicil Others lint lead Not Fol- Io Out Ills Una Sttf RrtlopaT- hus Towd began to gather as een II the man fell dan One 1 the thoughtful ones ran to n drug store und rang up an ambu ebncIDSstreet Then till ambulance drew alongside the curb the natty young pb ician dis mounted from the rear Itch and the crowd standing around the man who had fallen formed a Sane for him to lass through It required only a glance for the natty young YIhecoollytoMere was no reply but just as this ambu prlratI through the crowd eianced at the limp form of the victim1 the heat and said house litre He Beesjust my fetch family him Ifrs the KupCooHnItoniritlfe unit lluralnr The burglar had entered the house aa quietly as noorible but bio shoes wire not padde and they made some rouse lit had lust reached the door of tbe bedroom when he heard some one moving in tilt bed as if shout to get up sod be ptsiied The s urj of a woman voice floated to htars 11 rou dont take ott your boots whoa your me Into this hkoHie it said thereag rg t be trouble sad a whole lot of it Here t a been raising for three boar netIj 4re to tramp over fayatiets with your mlj9 tooiion 0downstair lad take thtrn IT He went dowaouir without a word but be didnt take off ni boots Instead be went out into the mitt again and also Mil who trts trailing forUm saw a tear rt wn in hit eye NI aint rob that house he aid It remind me of home ewiat t rej Journal An Inilnnntlon allfollowss we do in this The Cotpntor WfU If that is true rail joiTO 1iIlterltrlNrecler Tlio e toying CUria Mau4erU I oaly had mr life tit live over iBtin iCtaw rim rni tittsWby I thought t doisgVVbat I board jnm tell the causes IMB you eblazoIvsatag If a mea IIf indns4riow and frugal he an acquire a Reed dfl1l of mosey without sowing much IHAtdulOn Globe Max Oren says Pari iis so fut thxt thrv ase quicksand in the hour nUsio Mix ii a dizzy joker but time airs III the same C tY- N r i u rAgcfable Prcparalionf6rAs slmUating thcFoodflndHcflula lingiheStowichs awlDowcls oT IM IStlSrCHUDRtNV Promotes DigcslionChccrfur ncss andestContains ncillicr OpkimMorpJiino nor incra- 1NorNAnCOTIC J9ryroarIQrskvLnY7t R- fsdrsl Vlcrt6s larf i- y f L forConstlpanon Worms CoiWulsionsFcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP I Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK l b uiimll oJ- UMDosis iVCiMrs EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Like the- Deadly I Under=Current I which grasps one without the mucous membrane wontingII the entire body suddenly weakened in some spot and disease is established It may be of the lungs the head throat stomach bowels or any other organ Where ever it is and whatever it scorns it all springs from the same cat- xicCATARRII or inflammation of this delicate pink membraneThe la weakened in winter The delicate lining is more susceptible to irritation orinflarama tion and thus we have pneumonia grip colds coughs fevers etc allI catarrhal conditions which may easily be checked by one catarrh cure Pomna Thats the only way out of it You may dose forever you will not be well until you try the true I cure and that is Pcntna You may think your trouble is sonic other disease and not catarrh Call it what you will one thing isi sure your system is affected and must be treated and Peru na is the only remedy which reaches the right place and dxt cure THE IJNIYEIS1TY OF NOTRE lAME NOTRO DAMO INDIANA FULL COURSBS IN CUulc Letters Iko nomlc and lilitorr Jourtutltm ArtlklncPharmacy Law Ult Mechanical anoS liketrlcjil lnglnt rlnr Architecture 1horouli Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Free ta all Students who base eats nMf4 the iudtci rr jmr J tar dml toa lain 11M junior ot senior YMr of any et the CoNvgl ale owrMt Rooms to Rent moderate charge la ilv4nts tolItgtareCarwsAsfautkal state will he nwHrH at yeeMI riles Ilysrckstesset I ThealthYearwrllpesaepember 4th 1900 Catsloiua Rte AdJr is UUV A MOKKISSUY C S Co irealJent Rrnaus or Tula tapnn 1IIMIHINU TO IIVY ANVT1IIS- OAiivKirrwKtI IN in COLUMNS etiocu imrr iioN HAVINO i WHAT TI1KY ASK haft UBPUSINQ ALl sUIISTITlTHli Oil IMITATION PfSQS CURE FOR Its nntxt k l Aft Ilnt h arrp aL Use n us Putt ir draaatu rj CONSUMPTION f CASTORlAcFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the r Signatureof S I n Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAt AOilLLU HOSTAGES Ministers Fate Depends on th Decision 01 the Towers Threat cited Advance on Peking A Welcome Dispatch Dated July 21 Re ceived From Sir Claude McDonald of the Urlllsh Lection Icklo Ibo Allies 1roposo tho Peaceful Sur render of the Woo Sung Forts and Klaniruan Arsenal LI HUNK Chanir IrriiarlitB n Proclm- Hintlnit Amurlnir the lloiprn ot a Pardon It They HUbnnd and ltd lint Home i Wellington July 3tTlao war dot partment Pius received tin followlu cablegram tram Mnj lion ChnfTu- otrhoFoot July111eAdjutant Gen crnl itimhlngtunI Left Nil gllll i daybreak on July M Arrived Tnku at 10 night of July tt- CIIAPPKE Major Oonornl WakklHgton lily U1lIo Vocro tary ofstate ruuslrul at midnight a tniMatf front Mr Fowler oottmil ii theFoo dated July at noon Mr InN Irr says 1 letter train the OrmAn Icgnliun dated 2Ut instant received at lien PUINiK TIN OH CHINA ChUf of the Itoxcra and Arch Cnomjr o All Yorlgsn1 Tain Uorman ions isl ten dud Mini 13 wounded Chinos ceased1 their attar on tits Iftk Huron Von Icettdrr- body MM to be wife The Ilria Dutch mid ilpflHlsh ktfiitlsxui destroy crll nail the Irvttr partially A let ter train tin JnpmwM legation datel- 2sl i arrived at TienTain an Mth Te luiUilloMN of ChlnoKO chatted tho 10 gallon wnseauttwiy from the 4oik of Juno and atopinrd on tho 17th e July but may renew The enemy are decrenilng The Gorman Ilmuilnn American British and half the Japan gar and French legations still defend ed Japanese my they have fool far six days but little ammunition The emperor nnd omproM ore reported nt Peking London July IIThe latest new from tho far east seems consistent with the theory that the Chinese go eminent has the foreign nrlnletc nllvr but means to treat thorn us hostages while the stories of mae sacra relate to other member of tho foreign colony at Peking Chlncne ofllclujdom it U alleged openly npcakn of the ministers ON hostage whoe fate depends upon the decision of the powers in relation to the threatened1 advance on Poking Reports are multiplying thut n number of foreign 1 VTU TING FANG dUnUttr of the Chinese Empire to the United BtalM + ra were alive to a late date Tim Homo reports that the propaganda Sde has been assured of the safety af Bishop Favln while n telegram from Tonkin Informs hla family that Prince Castanl of the Italian lega lion is alive There Is no conflrma lion of the various favorable statements however forthcoming from really independent sources A telegram from Shanghai reports on the authority of a Briton who had been for many days in the service of the rlccroy of Nanking that prior to the framing of the Yang rite agreement with the consuls the viceroys suggest ell inglo Chi eno occupation of the Yang Tic defenses and the British de fined It is reported at Shanghai that the powers Laic again proposed through LI Hung Chang the peaceful surren Jcr of tho Woo Sung forts and Kian juan arsenal but that the Chinese re yard the proposal as n breach of tho existing agreement LI Hung Chang is understood to be preparing n proclamation for dlstrN button an he twits toward Chi LI assuring thoII of pardon if they disband und return to their homes Washington July 31rho view which the Washington cabinet has taken from the beginning Unit with the exception of Baron Yon Kcttclcr tha legatloucrs at Peking weN alive long after the date which was sail to have marked their massacre IH be Ing slowly but surely confirmed Tin most Important contribution In sup pOllltiotIIul autougraph letter representing the foreign JuIJIConsul Fowler at ChoFoo The let uonlu8fromIK fiippoicd here to hnvo been nn auto graphic letter and as such absolutely removed from the possibility of fraud The Jnpaneko report IsI also understood to lave rogue down to the mica without laving paused through Chi nose hands It was one of the first roHtiUs of the private messenger sys tem inaugurated by the of tine ullied forces taken In you junction the two reports submitted by Mr Fowler added overwhelmingly to tho weight of testimony in favor o existence of Icgationcrs Gen Chalice whoso arrival Is re ported by cable Monday morning from Clu lou certainly has mode reo sagagfutkl to Taku In two days showing hooiycncrnlii horses lire expected to IIr vivo thoro In about n weak when tho forward movement on Poking probably will ttegln London JulyI 311n the house oft commons Monday the 1iwrltamentnry Kcerelary for the foreign ollleer Mr Win St John Brodrlcli rend tthe ills Mtch troth the British consul nt Tlun u1six snyliiff titan tlw foreign minis ten at Peking went Mfr July 3- laeulsul July IIrhniltniralty iIras made Iambus tke followinif ill wtch from Hr Ailm drain Hi TlenTnln FollowlHir iiiesMSe from Peking 1Itrhlah legation 1oklnp Juno Ito July 10 repetlelly attaekeil by ChiiiHse troops on sit sides flout rUle and artillery flru SinN July 10 An armistice but a cordon la strictly draMii on both skin of the position Chltisso Imrrlowlrs olwt to mire All women end eblWrrn aro In the Brit tah logntlou Casualties to date tM killed including Capt StrouU A iiHmber of wnmulml IH lhospital In elwliHs Cat Halllilty tiNt of lega Lion all wen except Dnvkl Ollphant awl Warren killed July 21 MselloaalV Sir Claude MneDoHsMs wekom dispatch data Peking July 91 and allfskies as dlap Uitir any iloubts that might lull have existed refrnrdins the OwhkI facesomf woutMlml David Ollphant ami War ntrrpretorLi oxf pressing Importance but It should bs borne in inlml titan ills British min hifprevious dtapatcttea have boon sup irviw 4l He may be under the Im prewrfon that mho government Is fully poitml ruganllng all recent oceur traces Apart from this dUpateh there prilmdpnlly no froth mitt although n special from TionTnln asserts that the British and American forces arc f8thouSimazign huh He says that the grunt heat pre vents him from continuing the jour PekingIWashington July 31The effect of the news from Chino is to freshen the hope that the government can soon get In direct communication with Minister Conger The moss of teAllI 1loony nil to his being alive as late as the SSd inst Is now so great nii to warrant the department In resuming consideration of projects for the future With all of its anxiety to get Mi4 Conger and the Americans In Pe Icing safely nway tho department Is proceeding with proper caution nail IH by no means disposed to accept any proposition that would unduly jeep utilize their lives Such might be the ruHiilt of nn ofThand acceptance of the proposition to have the Chinese government deliver the foreign min isters nt TlcnTsin for It Iis real ml that the escort might be overpowered by superior forces of Boxers on the way to the sea London July 31Slr Chili Chen Chinese minister in London has been notified by telegraph thut LI Hung Chang conjointly with other viceroys nnd governors has memorialized the throne to urge the immediate sending of time foreign representatives under escort to TienTsln or the restoration to them of free telegraphic communi cation with their governments Toklo July Slt Is reported from Shanghai that life Boxers attacked the missionaries and native Chris tians at Pno Ting Fu on July 3 A foreign physician and 2000 converts were massacred Tho Chinese general LI Ho Kch is now marching on Peking lie has ordered his troops to exterminate all Christians Already one French priest and from 2000 to 3000 natives have been slaughtered Berlin July 30The Chinese lega lion In Berlin has received n message from Sheng director general of railways and telegraphs saying that he had received a dispatch from Peking announcing that Get Tung Full SI ang threatens to kill all the members of tho legations If the International forces advance upon Peking Clilnrm Threaten Berlin July I11he Chinese lega tlon In terlln has received n message from Slang director general of railways nnd telegraphs saying that he has received a dispatch from Peking announcing that lien Tung Ftih Slang threatens to kill all the members of the legation if tho internatlouuliforcc advance upon Peking PROSECUTION RESTS A Motion by Defense for a Verdict of Acquittal Overruled Lawyer Kaulkner Slnlnl the Cane Chung Line of Evidence for Defence Iower on the Bland Georgetown Ky July 28AI though Youtfecys attorneys deny that he will be a witness for the prosecu tion in the Caleb Powers trial the commonwealth is expected to spring teas timony If Yo ut sey docs not go 0 tho stand it lIs possible that Greet Golden may testify for the state rnornlmf r was Judge James D Black Harbours vllle who was a candidate for tin gubernatorial nomination lie tests Red that he saw n letter from Power- to Prof Stevens In which Powers sal I that tie demoralization of the dem ocratic party WOK due to him Dud Icy Williamson stated that he was a time arsenal several days preceding th ihnotlng und that on the morning ofr January 90 the soldiers he was with were given overcoats and side arms ind sent to tho state house K H St Clair manager of the Post il Telegraph Co Frankfort saw Goe el and Chlnn shortly before they en wnlkCI111directI I Mjimre away naiKliil n bunch of messages by n col prod mnn to be sent Two of tho mUll sages were offered in evidence on iihlrtsMNl to Lieut Col Gray o r fioulsville and another to Col logo r UilllHinH of Lexington Both road All 14x111 and woro slgnod by Con Collier Six nioro mowwgoa out of the some bumlia according to the witness were rend all of theta signed by Col lier calllHff out tho militia The pifMrution placed its star witness F WlMrton Golden OH the stand and Hiiless their prevent iplaHS sro chang ed will rest the ease so far as tin oininanweelth is concerned at the joiiclHston of his testimony Golden testimony MS tar us It went did notI vary from that given by him at Pow ers examining trial sad on the hour lag of CHltons motion for hall L Frankfort utI Georgetown ICy July 111The attorneys for the prosecution in the oviwknee on that sido will ask that thdf Jury ho Uiktm to Frankfort to vieff builtIngo I other things in connection with the riser They say time commonwealth will rest its case at the conclusionI of tho testimony of Wharton Golden stsryal at 8M and Judgu Slums began a st vcre close orossoxnmlnatlon Golden In response to questions told of bean sent for by Tom Cromwell who toll him he wnw about to be arrested to Itefusesr to talk at that time but went to set Powers and told him he was going to leave Frankfort to keep out of trouble Powers told witness It would be better for him to give himself up and not to leave under any circumstances Witness went back tosec CromwellI and Lawyer Campbell nnd told them he was ready to tell all he knew butI could not do so in Frankfort as he would be killed Campbell promised the witness to do all he could to keep him from being prosecuted i 1 few days later witness went to Cincinnati where he met Commonwealths Attorney Franklin and Lawyer Campbell and told them all he knew Judge Sims asked the witness If he did not tell his brotherinlaw John Stamper that ho had been promisedI 2300 and that he could have 3000 in case of a conviction of parties but ho dented that Ire had ever said anything of that sort Also denied that he had ever said that If he and Cul ton could pet together they couldI convict them all Golden was kept busy for nn hour or more denying that he had made statements that are attributed to himI by persons who It Is supposed will be ImpeachhisI Judge Sims asked Golden D ou mean to tell his jury that you werei willing to go Into the legislature and till IInbodl- Tho witness repllldwal wl ling to go in there and In case of a fight to stand up for my all I would have killed anybody that got in the way of my shots He said hrr jltl not know who brought Tallow Dick Combs time negro to Frankfort but that Culton told him ho orought him- Georgetown Ky July 30Thp- rosecution in the case of Caleb Pow irs as an alleged accessory in the nurder of Goebel closed its testimony Saturday afternoon rested the case old requested that the jury be sent to Frankfort to view the scene of the tragedy The defense did not object to the Jury going to Frankfort but it will not go till all the testimony Is In The prosecution ia confident of n con fiction on the presentation made to time jury The defense has not yet decided whether or not it will make un open fig statement The indications are that it will move for peremptory in tructlons to find for tho defendant iowcrs may go on the stand himself ind testify in his own behalf Georgetown Ky July 31Time trial of Caleb Powers charged with being nn accessory before the fact to time murder of William Goebel was morninglhe cluded during which cxGov Brown or the defense made a motion for sraperemptory instructions for a vordlct of ncfmltui Time motion was sub mitted without argiimcntnnd was promptly xtcrruled by the court The dofnlnnt looking pale but not nervous oplat his customary scat among tin attorneys for the defense anti scorned to direct for the most part the movements of hU counsel A doe loose Including exGov Bradley ar rived Momliy morning Lawyer Faulkner of Barboursvllle stated fir cane giving the line of evi dence for the defense He reviewed the political events for the last nine months and said the defense would show that the contests over the state linesgand that pol presentnprosecutions He intimated that the prosecution knows the identity of tho lierthat Caleb Powers and Chas Flnley organized and brought to Frankfort the crowd theredpetition the legislature und not to in timidate that body Ho claimed It winot1 the wereenot bad liamelors an charged by tho other tlltlt nnd he charged also that the deiniHniU lit that time lad large bodies of men In Frankfort to built up time ioiiteMmitK- Ho said Power hud in his pocket nt time time of the lulling the keys to his ofllce whieh the prosecution al leges find IiHen given to Youtooy that Powers mrer even conferred with Youtsvy Merry Howard Jim Howard Green Golden of Dick Gamine and that 0011101rwoukl br proved ho claimed tint tho wlttio M Weaver one of the main wit nesses for the prosecution was never in Frankfort till Sunday that Plum loy Andrrson and Jtohert Noakoa tea tilled for money and W II Culton in the heM of obtaining Immunity from prosecution and that Wlmrton Gol den woukl also be siiecossfully con tradlotrd talol Powers then took the stand In completeidsIlls defense will bo an admission that Jill anrunfcod the body of armed mountaineers who went to Frankfort ill severs occasions last winter to in luetKK the state contest board and the tefriKlaturc and not to Intimidate It and a denial of the damaging charge made agaiiiHt him by Wit nooses upon Golden Nonkes and others Powers denied that Henry Youtaey hAd tin keys to his ofllce on time day of lie nssawtlnntlon but said there were two keys to the anise one of which was in tho possoMlon of former Assistant Secretary of State W J Da rldiwn and another in possession of lien Rowe Inv Taylors colored por for Powers says neither of those keys was ever in his possession and that he had his own key in his pocket in Louisville the day of the assassina tion Davidson is in time far west supposed to be in the state of Wash porterisAnderson i Commonwealth Attorney Frank lin said that It It Is shown that Rob ert Weaver the witness who claimed to be from Colorado and who gave Sensational testimony swore falsely lie will be prosecuted for perjury Weaver is being held here and the commonwealths attorney has in structed the police to shadow him and prevent him leaving pending an mica tigation EXPECTS A BIG STRIKEI The Treat Mills Refuse the Dementia for More Pay and 2IOOO Pod dlern Stay Go Oat Cincinnati July 31 Charles IL Davis of Newport Ky vice president of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers stated Men day that n strike of 24000 puddlcra in the United States is probable They demanded an increase of from 5 to 550 a tap and the committees from the union and employers had failed to agree The independent mills are willing Ito grant the demands but the trust molds out We have given them 30 days which will expire In nbout two weeks to grant our demands said Davis or a general strike will be ordered lUce War nt Uonlvnn Mo Popular Bluffs Mo July 29theimportation of n large number of Negroes in Donlvnn nearly precipitated a raiO war No Negroes are allowed to live in tho town anti on their nr rival the citizens undertook to drive them out Several colored men were ofewhite men and Negroes were injured Sheriff Merrill came to the rescue nnd an irnied posse is now guarding the colored laborers Time citizens ore determined the Negroes shall not bo allowed to remain and further trou I ble Is expected Tod Slonn Hurt Liverpool England July 28ln the race for the Liverpool cup Tod Sloan was badly injured He rode Malunia who slipped and fell throwing Sloan violently to the ground Ho was badly cut about the head One car was torn and he was much shaken and bruised No internal Injuries are believed to havo been received that will provint him from filling his engage ment in the United States It IIs thought the fall will end Mulumns racing career as It put hoe shoulder out Richard D Yelland th distinguish cd Iindsqape artist died of pneumo nla at hisp home in San Francisco need 33 yeara I r NEW ORLEANS RIOTS Negro Who Caused Them Killed Five and Fatally Wounded Four Ho In Turn WM Smoked Out of Ills Hid- Ing Place In a house Where U j lied Taken Refuge and Riddled With IlulleU New Orleans July 27The whites became so incensed over the murder of Police Captain Day and Patrolman Lamb at an early hour Tuesday morn- Ing by Robert Charles a Negro desperado that rioting commenced Wednesday night and was kept up Thurs day morning One Negro was beaten to death six were so badly wounded tint their lives arc despaired of and about a score of people white nnd black male and female have been more or less seriously wounded Disorderly nets following tho disturbancesl of Wednesday night were committed throughout the city Thursday and resulted in the swearing in by tho mayor of GOO special policemen and tho ordering out of 1500 of the steam militia upon orders of Gov Heard who responded promptly to the appeal of Mayor Capdcveillo for assist miner in suppressing the existing law los ncss and in preventing a recur rence of tho violence of Wednesday night Cot Wood who commAnded the 1st Louisiana regiment in the Spanish war was placed in command of time special police- IinodlunisI prowled thin streets throughout the day mind whenever they spied a Negro assaulted him New Orleans July SAfter a due perate battle lasting for several hours in which he succeeded in killing Sergt Gabriel Portcus Andy Van Kurom keeper of the police jail and Alfred J Bloomflcld a young boy and fatally wounding Corp John F Lally John BanvIIlc exPoliceman Frank H Evans nndf S Loclorc one of tho leading confectioners of tho city and more or less seriously several other persons the cgro desperado Robert Charles who killed Capt Day anti Pa trolman Lamb and badly wounded Of fleer Morn was smoked out of his hid- Ing place in the heart of the residence section of the city and literally shot to pieces The tragedy was one of time most remarkable in the history of the ellIand 50000 people soldiers policemen and citizens were gathered around time bquarc in which Charles was hunt Ily put to death Tremendous excite ment reigned in New Orleans as tho battle went on between the pollee an citizens and the Negro with his Winchester After the tragedy was over and Charles was dragged out from the mud and slush In which he had fallen with tho mob howling for the burning of his body statements were made that the man killed was not really the desperado who had killed Day and Lamb but papers found on his person and the fact that he fought BO desperately for his life and shot so accurately seem to leave little doubt that the right man was killed Sergt Gabe Portcus one of the best known officers on the force and Sergt John F Lally who has a fine record for bravery were informed duriig the tiny by a Negro that Charles war In hiding in a house on Clio near Sara toga street Determining to take him alive if possible the officers sum moned a number of patrolmen to their assistance and sent to the house where Charles was supposed to be in concealment The Negro informant of the policemen accompanied the of Seers They entered the side alley of preciselyLamb Before time officers were aware of their danger Charles who was hid den behind a screen on the second floor of the building raised his Win chester and began a furious but accurate fire Lally fell with a bullet in time right side of the abdomen Portcus was shot through the head and dropped dead across the body of Lally The other officers and the Ne gro fled from the scene The reports of Charles Winchester anti the fact that two officers lay bleeding in the yard raised tremend ous excitement Hurry calls were sent to the mayor the chief of police and Col Wood In command of the special police and as fast as possible armed help was rushed to the scene In a little while there was an im mense crowd circling time squareto which Charles was located In time meantime Father Fitzgerald of St Johns church was summoned to administer extreme unction to the 1po lice officers whr were lying In tha alley The pritst responded promptly and he was annolntlng the body of Porteua with Alfred J Bloomfleid a young boy standing by his side woo Charles again appeared at the win dow The Ind saw him at once and begged the desperado not to shoot him Cnnrlca immediately fired hums Winches er again und BloomHeld fo dead The priest unhurt left the scene after pluckily performiii huei last offices for the dead officer Cuban In Polities Havana July 27 Political partie have actively begun the campaign for the election of delegates to tho con stitutional convention Much moro interest is displayed In time result than in that of the recent municipal con tests Slug Store Ilurned Medford Wls July 27Fire rte hiruyed the Marcus Mercantile Coi big store and two buildings owned by Nio Wendels nnd Mrs Lconnrdt Time loss is 30000 most of which fail upon the Marcus Mercantile CD M s 1 TRADE WITH ISLANDS Ciaporln From Our Sew Porfjiemiloait More Than WOOOOOI Sutfnr and Tobacco Lead Washington July 9The imports Into the United States from Cuba Porto Jllco Hawaii and the Philip pine und Samoan islands for the fiscal year just ended amount to over 00 000000 Over 40000000 of thin is sugar and molasses 10000000 tobacco 5000000 vegetable fibers 1000 000 iron copper and manganese and tho remainder such miscellaneous tropical products as coffee cocoa sponges tropical fruits vegetables hides and skins and cabinet woods The sugar importations from the Islands form practically onethird of the total sugar brought into the Unit ed States during the year amounting ing to about 1000400000 pounds out of a grand total of over 4000000000 pounds Imported- Of the total sugar Importations from the four islands Cubs supplied slightly more than onehalf though in value the importations frbm Ha wail exceeded those from Cuba Ha waii sugar being of a higher grade and consequently representing a larger value although the number of pounds was materially less than that shown by the Import figures for Cuba The total importations of sugar dur Ing the year from Cuba was 705450 352 pounds valued at 13243050 those from Hawaii 504713105 pounds valued at 10302150 Porto RIco occupies the third place in quantity and value of sugar im ported from the islands the total for the year exceeding 90000000 pounds while from the Philippines the total for the year is in round terms 50 000000 pounds ISLEEPING CAR SMASHED One Man Killed and Sine Others nndly Injured In n Ilnllrond Wreck Xenr Detroit Detroit Much July 30 Section 1 of the Buffalo Bills Wild West shows train suffered a severe collision near Milwaukee Junction shortly before daylight resulting in the smashing of a show employee sleeping ear containing some 40 sleeping inmates One of the latter is dead and ninft others are in Detroit hospitals suf- ferIng from moro or less serious in juriesAt the time of the collision the train consisting of 20 wagon and stock cars four of the shows sleep lag cars and a Grand Trunk caboose were being transferred from the Mich igan Central to the Detroit Grand Haven Milwaukee road The train was being pushed backward from the whendit was struck by an outgoing Grand Trunk freight train The caboose was jammed into and forced on top of the Buffalo Bill employes sleeper No 50 which was filled with sleeping tent and canvas men When the un injured men had recovered from the shock the wrecked sleeper was chopped open and the injured gradually gotten out The car was a complete wreck excepting at one end All the victims wll recover shortly excepting the three most seriously injured OUR TROOPS IN CUBA Only Enough Will De Left to Do Gabon Doty All Slanm of Yellow Fever Has Disappeared jjJ New York July 9Gen Leonard Wood military governor of Cuba who has been in the United States for about a fortnight sailed on the Mex ito Saturday for Havana Gen Wood said of the military status in Cuba The withdrawal of United States troops from Cuba will end with the embarkation of the remaining bat talions of the 1st and 5th infantry That will leave only about 5000 sol diers on the island merely enough or garrison duty Fears that yellow fever would in terfere with the transfer of the 1st infantry were removed Friday morn ing upon the receipt of a telegram that the surgeons reported that all signs of it had disappeared and that the embarkation would proceed with all possible dispatch- WestChurchill Wedding London July 29 Lady Randolph Churchill nee Jerome was Saturday married to Lleut George Cornvallitf West at St Pauls church Knlghts bridge The church was thronged with handsomely dressed women There was no restriction upon tho number admitted to the church to witness time ceremony Tone Will Withdraw Minneapolis Minn July 29Chas- A Towne will be withdrawn from the populist national ticket about August 5 The populist national committee will accept his resignation and replace liiin with Adlai E Stevenson Cuban Pre SutUtled Havana July lOfho decree call fag time constitutional convention mind providing for the election of delegates meetu with almost universal approval at time hands of the Cuban press Cup I John Little Dead Washington July 30Gen Brooke at Now York has informed the war department of the death at Govern ors Inland of typhoid fever of Capt John Little of the subsistence de partment Capt Little married a- nt co of the late Gen Sherman General Election In North Carolina Raleigh N C July 30A general election will be held in this state next Thursday and the adoption of an amendment to the constitution limit ing the electoral franchise will be you ed on t I x e ra I 1- t L i t r lio aJi cII rri1 idfu7 l t l1 i MaterialiJ I t lUMtI I t BEN1r Doors anti Windows Shingles o v Limo and Content J Builders Hardware Paints Oils oto j ESTIMATES 1 j CIIEEIFU111c rc FURNISHED f jII FEED STUFFS t Onlg Corn Bran eta eta i 11- r t I 1Ir I+ LLPWSEllisol1 k I TRIALCAccessories to Goebels Murde- The trial of ux Secretary of State Powers charged with being an neeoIry boforo tho filet to the assassination of Gov Goebol m progress 4it George towii tho proieoution has closed its tos timony and tho dofeuso is now present ing ttsaido The COURIER has uovu bolievod it right for a newspaper to try n ace as to the guilt or innocence of person accused of crime and has ob- sorvecelhe rulo in this case Such trials belong to the courts nUll be tho courts decisions right or wroug they ore th dflosen tribunals Party projudicoh too apt tho condemn or acquit accord ing as tho paper wishes Somebody killed Goobel and it is all wrong to denounce any and every wit noes as a liar and perjurer who testifies as to tho murder or alleged conspiracy And it is also awfully wrong to con down any and every man as guilty wh may be suspected Let tho courts try t theso cases fairly and impartially and I thoy are more apt to do this when free of newspaper partisan influence Cleveland Sot for XcKInlej 1Thereport was given out some days ago that oxPresident Cleveland had iKL I vised tho gold Democrats to vote forI McKinley The following dispatch puts an emphatic dental upon the story NEW YORK July 81I have advise a od nothing of tho kind except that 1Imay have expressed doubts as to th wisdom of a third ticket Thus did Grover Cleveland plant his foot on stories that ho had urged Demo crats of the gold persuasion to vote rstraight for McKinley The message was sent by the former President from Gray Gables Assassination of Humbert C ana4 assassin makes o bloody ending tg the life r of one of tho most popular and capable 4 4monarohs m Enropo I lIe possesses qualities which endear braveryrpatriotism and devotion to his people will cause his name to be handed down T to the grateful retuembomnco genera tions of Italians United Italy oil 1 mourn him not only as a wise ruler but as an unsellish sovereign who used his own private fortune in paying debts r whioh others in like station would have imposed upon tho shoulders of thoir tax ridden subjects and who risked his life in going among his plague stricken people anti relieving their distress by s 1 ills porspual miuLstratious He is the loadq1 t yonLrs nnllItgentle empress o 1 1Austria have preceded King Humbert only a short time in falling a prey to tho passion for taking human life thatV is nursed m tho minds and hearts of an t ntsooiatiou which seeks the abolition of all laws Wad the destruction of or r t ganized society by tho instrumentality i tssasiiiuattouievery one of the nssassiua 111 the three tragedies mono tioned was a fellow countryman ot It alys murdered king How nro those horrible deeds to be j saeiotithe of murder and anarchy down like wildbeasts and suppress them by every available moans Jit fore Deciding on Your Summer Trip Look up rates routes and train ser viod via tho Mobile Ohio K It to Waukcslm WLs Niagara Falls N Y Put in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo au Colorado Springy Col Mackinac Is laud Mich Chicago IlL St Paul linn Minneapolis Minn St Louis1 Northpf service This company has iu service a complete line of now vcstibnicd coach r f fct1i and sleepers Their summer sched iI ules are unsurpassed closo connection is made at St Louis Union Station for i Specinltt I nIlIe the transfer of passengers to the con necting lines attends to sleeper roser vation etc Summer tickets oil sale from Juno 1st to September 80th limit ed to return passage to October JJlst 1100 for rates tickets and full informa AgcutCAlltl1 I I ATTITUDEI or Mr Hrjnn Toward the Chinese aslDeclared by Him in n Korent Inlmlew Is Heartily Commended by Washington City Dem octets Uryans attitude towards tho Chinwc problem declared in lib recent interview is heartily commanded by DumoeraU iin Washington Coupled with his Philip pine policy it would supply us with n lrd rI I tho advantages of an eastern butte an would enable us to send thirty lhouwu- leon if necessary from Manila to scar Minister Conger and those with him As it is Democrats fiercely resent lh ellbrte of the Republican Press to throw upon their party tho responsibility for tho inability of tho Administration to Bjwro more troops from Manila forf Uhlna For instance tho Phlludoldhia Press which is owned by Postmastor General Smith and therefore peaks by the card say Tho troops sonnet go be rouse resistance to lawful authority iin the Philippines is fostered by Uryan and plnttorlp and by such newspapers as urge with drawll from the Philippines This aid FiljJplnt and prevents mcillentlon Merely mentioning in liilngthnt1 thin statement is a most remarkable com SrI of the administration that the whir 1 ini via10 lent exception is taken to tho assertion that the continuation of the rebellion is duo to tho Democrats As a matter of Prasiodent McKinloy who treacherously vio hlated the pledges of his army officers to give independence to our quondam IiI allies and was carried away by the last of imperial rule to attempt to im pose his rule on n reolo who had been lighting for their liberty for more than three centuries and who had won it 1 in gThei have canaryoy something of the truth about the Philippine situation which the administration has been so sedulously concealing Ia jar General McArthur has sent from Ma nila a strong protest against withdraw in troops at all from the Philip 3nfor service is China und iustet has asked for reinforcements tie has urgently represented to Secretary Roost s garrisoadopteda e his forces when regiments are with drawn so as to properly patrol the dis trials from which they have been taken appreciatesGenof tho situation in China is such that ho Teku Commenting on this Senator Vol lington Rep of Maryland says If tho situation in tho Philippines is as favorable as the administration would have us believe there is no reason why twelve or fifteen thousand men cant be sent from there to China I think that would be Americas fair quota of the iIn- ternational torso for the relief of Pekin and beyond tho protection of American lire and property this country has no business to interfere In the uHairs of t Chinese Empire The European powe l renpinglooking for trouble in China for a long time and now they have it Thin tire they have kindled is u hot one and thisI government should look well to it that the American troops are not used as 11 cat paw for the pulling out of European1 chestnuts 1Through reports and privatg lettersI officials hero it is becoming manifest that tho suppression of the Filipino insurrection iis really a work ol atbooplnionlmost ol pine THE WHEAT CHOP AM SUPPLY Crop conditions in the Northwest have unproved considerably I shoos the dato of the final investigations of Government statisticians upon which tho July ro port of tho Federal Department of Ag flfg nred out of tho olllcial acreage and con dition statistics to July 1 a probable yield ot 510000000 bushels but tho subsequent improvement in tho pintnt will add materials to this total and it is not unlikely that tho outturn of whet t will bo as large OH that of last your when it was ollloially estimated to liuvo been 547000000 bushels Tho uctu production than 547000000 bushels and tIll sumo test applied to Federal crop data must recent years has shown a similar l1opartulolltbeingtivo statement of tho yield Should like results follow tho July estimates this year and in all probabilit ties they will tho country would have a supply not des titan 050000000 bush els of wheat to moot requirements woudN Id recent alarmist re ports is distinctly reassuring and while tho surplus over probable needs will u- be large enough to prevent tho main 1tonuuco of fair prices for wheat tlmro is reasonable certainty that there will1 bo no shortage in the supply Prcrcnted u Tragedy GeoLong envlhnl1longktried many remedies and doctors hut tryDrwholly cured her and she writes this Lotcures are positive proof of Its power to cure tall throat chest and long Tni1lottkn um Mosey to Loan nI Borrowers Wanted I ep 10000000 SdS SBS f cureaHaQeea EASY PAYMENTS S Fun 11 ink IIInll 1I1C11IPJ0t1nl Assonintiou butt hoon in njiprlitioii more than ton years suul dluring this limo tins lounud more Until 10000000 to Mtixcns of Ifulton county till chief part of whioh Ii been used in scouring and liultdiinr homes for its members Tltoro a several hundred citizens of Hick man and throughout the o4un who are and have bean shareown frs and euchlfin hear witness tto its successful management It nay a reasonable profit in a Jure Al safe deposit for your savings a I it is a splendid inducement for t UIItheirI the opportunity of paying 1 I monthly installments enables them to utilize rents in paying for hoot QA and in about seven years aconm phoebes that rosult The books for a new caries If this Association are now open tiwill be hold open until tho nndII Thursday in August 10th lor subscription of New Stook jew Stock is issued in February nnilrfI August onlyI of each year For any further information t j on the Secretary at the Cravat RR office 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