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bud H largo hutdiuw IKHIMU at Ft Worth TPXIM and wo learn was quite j ro pirou 111P rumaliw will IK brought to Hlckntan thin laorntIInd wU be buriod at tho Hfakhmn carfitftory this CY IUlg FATAL AFFRAY One Man KilledTho Other Will Prebably Die A fatal ntTray vcuinyl1 tit Tyleraaraaw null tho oMUi Reid mill 14 tiillw b Ios lllckinnii WCthu clay ulahfj in which J K KskridKc was hot nUll kill td by a wan by the nauto of HwlUin Aud lUnhlou hliiuolf so badly wound txl that Dr Paris who wtw eRlltllo stag him think thorn U scarcely any bulk for liii recovery We hoar abut both tutu wen+ drlnklnff sad that tin trou ble WM about n hatchot thAt nost 5S5c Nobody wits present oxcvpt Kukrldgo and tho tyo Ilmluont IikridKo WWI badly slot up both by pistol and shotgun wound nnd Haitian only by IlL leI shots Iloth litrldetu an wtid Id bftVo reel CUKnjc l in tiiu ntTray Thor a 4Urt LnfayuttP wo lieu to be tbo Kiv on nanu of the Ittrldo- nrxKliiiUti AT WOO r L Xit XIJIII t rIH from hick w IMHII Htlll 1JH19II Clly y There will IN a big ImrlM uc and bran danci At WunUkind Milln nat Wcdnivday August IAth when HUll atom A Iicnv and JIM KI JUIM will 1 H MiDow ri JriI Jorilim will 1eIwank ih this aflernvuti IIKI wax Hour fur dnttrlng ltunugor 1lnutmtavktaadlnttlrrlt- ecoadoD UutHHiittw T H harry and J AIIeiUy JST Itintt 41 fw McKInn MC pooh hrniUHolwo i r aHrftM for Fathom omiii ty illi tm L ileaInue7 sa tAUill hrtral te Tvi dally ut OASII1i MmI C 11 ParlMim Wt xeHwUy fvr a two nwiitha trip to Mhldhi Ten IIWimHKO year hake County 0 nor ewt boudH for 8100000 brought llOOfiOO on tilt markat vo wo hoer A St Ixiute limn olattiM to have hoI land paned Unit Noah uswll In ohoaklng off tlin unumlH ns troy IIIItl1l the ark 13T Uu to elcM for MrKiniipy St Loll ill broad WnnUIor Sale For Rent Lout Found J4IP Loa n ute liMortad to the Viurjur into ono cunt a won Minh Inset lauu PersonalI mention free Miiylluld In going to haw ono of tau larrftwt tolmuoo fnctoriiw iu tho State Tin inanufaittiiru of plug tobucoo will be the nmin feature of the oiitflrpriso find it will bo In oMrHtlon within a very few lllitltllK Tho HltKHiiur UirlM club which 1ldrq Id u HIIIIIK of bull Ut HiuteiiMin has dw buiuiod Tho urHiinlntaon townnl the- yolllltr and found the road pretty roulb at tiuiuB Thulr games wore uilv UHtMl UM rillnud round oxhibititaw The MiiOHh up wime Rt Atliiiin Ohin- 13TV lK Ciao IUUHllhluc tIll St IxjuU celebrated McKinnoy brand Try iL- HoiKirt UOIIIM from Muyllahl Ky Haut Olmrlori W lIuriiurtalluLud llll lulu Cvntral train ntlibur roountly atpturud ut Bt Louis in atlnno niunntir noourutl tools with whloh ho wiwwl through the barn of lair null but ciao nttuinpt to UM j uipe was frustrated by nnothor jail In inato porous will bo Uikun to WIoUHirc fur trial In n fow dubs r Tho llhtniiiK rod agonl aro work hag u nuts dodge and Its a gaol one too In the liNt pliaco they mt IwiuUiil If you say llKhtnhn rod they call it IIghlnlll- urrClltur mow HUIIIO old thin under u ront naino t pllrt ubautlyitltl tho u ntsl1Ntandp IIII lhat It oostn about twice as inuuh Hi will frankly toll you that a lightning rod IK a humbug and a relic of tho dark calculated to do moro harm thananon good but thut bus lightning nrrosilor IHI I tho very latest Hoiontillo discovery affording alwoluto protuotion To prove his belief In tho latest utwurtion ho of fern you 500 inHuronvo frw provided you lot hint put aa much rod aa ho thin ndcoHfiary And what ho chargus for IIt swill ho u plenty 1 lr IB 7 I Ellisons Bullet jH t i n Of some of Ihtr GOOD IiiS nmer r 1 f t it t Yi In nHr I v1 r 1 SN Slaught Sale1 a t T- ik oC T1 LT r I r Sl5 4- y b Suits for SmOO v A v a- ticeHo 25c for oOqParicy Shirts r Jt I Straw Hats at Half Pricea8110for 8150 Childrens Suitsat r t 1 i 4y r Gc for Lawn and Batiste worth iOcIfi r + 1K 59c for 75c Fancy Shirts I r1 die Yard Wide Domestic worth t= 1 JOe for Slippers that were 150 and 00v y tSIQO Ladies Shoes and Slippers wer OOt S 50i ty p Carps and Mailings at SlawfJitcr P r if I If 8345 Mens Suits that1 were 500yr v8750 Mens Fine Suits that were lQoo t ati 29n Xudies Shirt Waists worth 1Ocl r f Ic Palm Fans f3c Japanese Fans t 1 L f 5c Ladies Linen Collars t q s j 15c Misses and Childrens Fancy Hoit h5e ai13Qc Y l These are only n few of the good tliJ t- l t t oj 114 t rfsnl 111ir I x oitr getc7Io i4 Y j LeP W S Ellison Hickman Ky ion Jill uLuitYs uumv i Tliwe M no Amcriann heart which Will not wll with prlilo nt the news from Pokiii whiuh anuouncuH tho eon tinued atfcty of the foroign legations iu IIhat city k kargedy flue to the UtdTinll table pluck of the liltlo haul of tho Ainsrluwn inarinov originally mwigiifd to protect Mlnltlw Cougar nnd his fol low AuiorloaiiK- Thwe flue fellow under dipt My ors wm dtwtiuwl to UVII tw tho iwpixjinl I lImrora of Itliu seigtt of the foreign Uga = thuyIa1Ye I nttt lighting noG Mgury to hold tho ovorII whaltning Uiiino w forces in cluCk Not eminent with dofonsivo tactics in the Hholtcrof tho Hrithh cons ouud they took the ofToiutvo charged on the Ohf naso drovo the ouomy buck gained nIcommanding position on the Pckin wall anti still lucid that position with Old Olory proudly floating ovor their hoads aunt it u vololy owing to this Amuricnn occnimtion ot such salient vantage ground that the Chinese lance boon UIIC able to riwh the ItritiNh legations und flniuli IhHr work of mlIJitllICI1IIthis Hplmiilid aiflilovuniuiit coupled t with tilt further tint Ihut on tho glo riots eve nf thu Fourth of July this mmo tuduinitublH loud rondo nspucial sortie t ligaiiwt the bcit IIXKIIM of China giving tliHiii a quick and hard whipping toad iMptnring many of thoir standanlH uiakos mighty line rundiug for ns AmorI jtfOllI j tight just Uli Myers and hU nmriuiTs ought in Iokin How TravelingInn Votes III J K Itucu n traveling salcHinan for nlKansas City firm polled a Santa Vo train tho other day containing nanny conunor taint mono on tho vote for president Fif ty wore for Bryan toad ofght for MollllII luy Four years ago thirty ono voted for MuKlnloy told eight tho gold duinocnitlo ticket Morilton Ark Headlight That Throbbing llcuilncho Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life 1 Ills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless murit for Sick and Nervous Headaches j They mnko puro blood and build up your I health Only 2Gc Mouuy back it not I cured Sold by all druggists e TALL 1IKAVKU An Kdnratca Indian to Slump for Hrynii A Chicago telegram to tho Ntw York World says Tall Uouvor tho Big Chief of tho Coimmcht Indians will don his wtir paint non week nod start through tho country speaking tor William JenningH Bryan According to Tall Bonvnr ho laps contracted with tho DemoomtioI National Coinmittoo to stump the coun try In support ot the Demooratio ticket Ho will go through tho South anti Wwfit It hail not boon determined ns yut whether ho will como least with bin war paint and 8 ecchiM One of tho thomivs in which Tall Bony is being especially drilled U the effect of trusts and monopolist Tall Buuvur stays there are at least iM000 voters in the United States of Indian birth unitl that hereafter tho practical politician will go tutor tho Indian veto In easeI liryans olection Tail Boavor will urge upon the Democratic party the iiHcesslty nf giving all rod mUll therlgh to vote lilt believes that tint ImltautI will until the balance of ixnvur nod willt rot tho country right on deputed quas tlOUA Tall licavor U a graduato cf Haakiill I Bugt1l1hAa marvel for his oloouonco HU first HptiiHihes will bo mado in Kansas Okla homa anal MifiHouri Fly Kills n Ilaby IIt wits tho bile of un ordinary house killed fifteen monthsold Joseph Bokek of JHO Ileast Seventy tiixth street according to tho opinion of Coroners Physician Donlin who hits mado an in vestigation of the babyri death Dr Donlin wild today that It way wrong to Hup oso that a common fly UI not a dan gcroun insectN Y Telegram DUIUNU the civil war iw well as in our Into war with Simin diarrhoea was ono of the worst diseases tho army had to contend with In many instances it bo camo chronic and tho old soldiers still1 sulfur from it Mr David Taylor ofr Wind Ridge Grceno Co Pa Is ono off those Ho uses Chollo Cholera undI Diarrhoea Remedy and says ho never found anything that would give him such qulclc relief It Is for Halo by Cow gill Cowgill IQcltman und A M Shaw State Llno druggists s Towne Withdraws lion Clata7 A Towne tho Populist iwininif for Vieo President has publish od a letter declining tho nomination ho ay n for the good of tho cause Steven sont same will bo ubUtuted for hII Bryans S1eecbhh IbIIIb Praaiili ut dalivorod iu Indianapolis ii Wediiftly will bo found on the fifth I page oft thla wooks Courier Heros nowtijKi rr ttiitorprUo tar you whatever truthPa lt tiling iHoknmu CourioriiiI Cold Blooded Murders I IhJ Repor of brntalltiiH among the troops Itho I in Chii h told by forolgnon returning on j lire arm iportt Logan charge that the I RiiMiii lattYO beau guilty of rte moat tacttthey lIt Q tUlllll were women and ehlldn R tl8IetftunyMnll withuut of any iipiriBfi a oomtHHUtionM oft 11I olcar u Almost n 1 jhllll llrnwfiiR IVMnii 1 WAUt Ant nThe fort n i of conning rfpjiof OtniiiMlmijiiBf of Pen j siona Kvai AVill show a grand total of oo nMi frfl 11nIl1IIf11111111 the rolls on July III 11I11 year 4WV original iransions worognint cd nut 4 4tUJ immoj wen nwtorxl to the rolls T of tit ttliitw I8SWIl nunuw were i Jr rlucludl11gJJ- by ronwrrtagen of ptMisionmn aunt 6610 for othrtfcnuses leaving thus total auntkbor on tl troll at the tiivt of this f 093628 This i au increase of 3018 1I1111sionJJ era foriHji year Tln number of claims 1 1000 wet- s43710against1778K6 on Jmy11866m The roixirtshowK a total of names dropped during the six years oaulc ing Jnn KOJof wliloh 191014 worn boo cause of leads The number dropped by reasoifl of death during tho fiscal year tto just cltfSd u about 14200 loss titan was 1 estimated o 1ii1k k nJJ I ld d l r a an i E E e E r r i r COW ATE CASH MIstionrI Farmer Shot Her nerd Ke cehed 3110 Oreonvillo Mo Aug 3A very pe cellar accident occurred yt Hiram vII legs 12 milo north of here Wednesday John Hughoy a farmer went into his field taking 110 in bills in a red tenths pocket book in the inside coat pock Hughoy placed lain coat on n fence Presently ho espied a cow calmly chowing his pocketbook Hugh tried every means possible to induce the cow to give up her valuable morsel but without avail Hughoy knew there was no time to lust nnd taut an end tto tho cows existence Reaching her ho was delighted to find 8390 of bill in such u state of preservation to unable him to got them redeemed loss may bo estimated by adding JU cash destioycd to tho worth of cow as the latter belonged to his neighbor farmer St Louis Chronicle Women cal Chinese Voters Native born Chinamen tan vote now and throe thousand availed themselves thiw right in law to iota their ballots twiinrtl nuffrttK boinK Rivun to tho wo men of California Think of Mrs Lolandj Stanford and Mrs Phoebe Hearst the river ul3nited States Senators and the two citizens of California who have dune aiont fur the educational interests tho State giving their millions to hullI tko young to learn to help themselves i from the kindergardons of San Fraucwi to the grout universities think of tho wife of the United States minister plen to tho court of Berlin and ot wife of tho United States minister to Japan with all the other hundreds of thousand of other noble women in SUite who naked to tote think of question of the jtolitical freedom and of these women being brought the tribunal of tho ballot box and off Leo tool Wog Ho in their pigtails gnuo1y deciding that women didnt now uuough to vote Now tho only alum franchise class loft in the socalled Republic are tho women To this com plexion has it como at lust Tho negroes and the Chinamen have in flour turn boon enfranchised women aro left a millstone around tho nook of tho enfran mbar of all races SUSAN B ANTHONY There is evidently suite kick the ladies but it is against tho Ro publican party and ltd leaders and not the Democrats n TOE QUESTION i 10 4 anEmpire Probable or Pow sibletThe vast majority of tho people ofthe71 United Mates have never known auf other form of Goveraincat than that of Republic aad BDOH trat taapalao will answer that they are opposed tea JJKW jarchy these people Democrats Re xt tlIvC8Have that there in any real daager of a change from a Republic to a lt1fHistory proves that such changes have resulted in Nations aad hv methods + that vfwfrSBmbersof the people di4not l suspect uatll the change ww farteaod Irrevocably Tint wjMrf preJadlcA iJexcited by partytem fcj the greatest IWrer 1 ago toward 1plWiiBKrIt tech a immense majority of the people are preiuclined t9 eadowe M4 approve that which party leaden the party via chine advacates and to coadema than which the party Ieadersthe pertYi machtueof tltteppqK8f Btde favors JJDont you know that two thir a of the Republicans will condesaa any position + two thirds of the Democratic leaders 0favor and that it In qaally tree aa to tho Democrats pas party views aa the merest claptrap the gravest tecgou made br their eppoaenfe irif baJtiftort frf the wwWfc strews with the wrecks of Reps aUes Uti a Vast majority of the people of the world yet believe that a monarchical fera of SpveramcBt k for the tweet welfares the people The teaAwcy ofa loge element ia all Republic has heea to go back to monarchy and rcgretble aa it is it is nooo the less a tact tthat a per centage of the larger property owners 4 i j are the aiore ready ones to embrace 1 1 monarchy nader the idea that it ia sore v1 j steady and a better protection to prep i 7I- i erty Sdeh aa ekweat cxke la the t LEj to RepnUlcaa inatitBtioafl Mare tome number of Democrats bat theyVmore apt to vote ia the dtectiaa of C Ere I1JC1dca iastitBtifw beeaase th y i j hkill P 1tt1 sand claptrap nponthe part ofDemo crats And lenders who advocate arbi Iran rule have confidence in their own patriotism to believe that in as much asII they do not aim to establish a mon iaroby that therefore when they have I won an election that the brakes can bo put down Athens land a Republic for 000 years Carthage 700 Rome 600 Florence 300 i Netherlands 200 Venice 1100 Where ore these Republics now Tho Republic ot the United States has only existed 124 years short lived compared to the older experiments The destruction of these Republics came chiefly from corruptions incident to the glory of military power the as sumption of power as necessary to sits tain a great and rich nation Gradually it obtained that tho voice of the people was dangerous to tho great interests of trade commerce and the success of rulers and that success was dependent upon power being concentrated in tho hands of a few To begin with no President of the United States would willingly or if willing would dare to exercise such arbitrary power except his conviction that it was necessary to success and therefore justified by the peoplo Fairly reasonably conscientiously what aro the evidences of the drift of our institutions toward a monarchy In this country we can already seethe beginning of the descent in the abdication of power by our legislative bodies It is all Trust the President Dont regulate tho government of tho Philippines by luw leave it to the President Dont interfere with Cubalet the President attend to it Dont lot tho Porto Ricaus choose PresidentapDont say how tho 50000000 nation al dofouco fund is to be spout Rive the President entire discretion Dont llx u price for armor plates leave it to the Presidents Secretary of illotbo Navy Dont lay down a policy iu China lot the President decide what our reIn tions shall bo with u third of tho humnllItaco If this keeps on watch longer it will make no particular difference whether we have thy name of Emoror not We shall have tho fact of EnJ1J1rekI Prohibition State Convention The Prohibition State Convention isfI tcaHell to moet m Louisville Tuesdayfi I August 21st All Prohibltlouiste and N1 friends of prohibition are invited to at r tend 1 w+ tj I it 11 I ow The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN PuW her IICKMAN KPNJUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Public story tellers still earn a good livelihood in Japan The average height of tva English man is 5 feet 8 inchescLewis Wilkins of Minnesota is nineii feet tall lacking half nn inch The masons of Atlanta Co will spend 75000 on a masonic temple Work has been commenced on a 100000 yarn mill at Anniston Ala According to the Solr It will cost 150 to see all the sights at the Parisii expositionInoculations for the plague areiiit made in Bombay at the rate of about 5000 u week Before the war the minos of South Africa gave work to between 00000 I and 70000 men The ndvocates of Cremation in Cur many have thou own periodical coUeil Flamme flame The slaughter houses of the City of Mexico not the treasury about 60000 a month in taxes A man walking ton miles a daytwould require nine years to cover tho streets of London In proportion to its size Great Edt ain hiss eight times as many railways as the United States OpaloiisQK La boasts the unique distinction of possessing one of tIle very few If not the only woman brass band in the south The tube of a twelve ineh gun has j 50 spiral grooves inside which louse tho shot to revolve 75 times per sec and as it rushes through the sir Physicians are in great demand in Brazil They arc well paid but their life is a hard one as they often have to rldo all day to roach a patient Gen CronJe amuses himself at St Helenavby games of golf with other Boer prisoners there As the time of tho players is unlimited they fro fluently spend whole days on the 1 links After lying in the dead letter oflke for thirtyseven years a letter has been returned to a Smith Center Ban man with the memoranda that Ills brother can not be found at the address One man makes nil the burglars jimmies in London The polluo know the man well and are fully aware of Ills peculiar trade but there la no law by which ho can but arrested or stop ped Dr Tames M SefTord who hiss been professor of geology In Vanderbilt university for many years Has Just retiied at the age of seventy For half n century ho has been state geologist of Tennessee Sir Charles Dllke in n paper rood Before the Statistical society of London declared that the normal cost of British armaments in time of pence is 00000000 to the taxpayers of the United Kingdom 20000000 to In dan and J 1750000 to the self govern ing colonies Jesse Holdom of Chicago Is said to be the first foreign born lawyers to be president of an American state bar association lie was born an Eng lishman but has spout his whole ac the life In Illinois and has just been chosen head of the Illinois Bar association S Apples are useful In nervous dyspepsia They are nutritious medicinal and vitalizing they aid digestion clear the voice correct the acidity of tho stomach are invaluable iit rheu matism insomnia and liver trouble An apple contains as much nutriment us a potato in a pleasanter and more wholesome form ISwallows migrate to Central Amer ica and the sonthern part of Mexico They like it pretty warm Along about March they begin to appear in the southern states but they seldom got far north until the latter part of April The robins dont care for such N warm climate and very few of them get as far south as Mexico The little Grand Duchess Olfn of Jlussia may be said to be time richest baby hi the world The weep she was born 5000000 was settled on her and it is said that this huge sum was Kifelv invested In British and French securities For in a country like Itus ala no one knows what may happen to members of the reigning house At Peking the heat in summer ranges from 00 degrees to 100 degrees Fahrenheit but the winters are so cold that from December to Mum1 all the rivers are frozen Dr II V Lancaster of Xorridge woak Me picked up an old Spanish coin In his field the other day The coin was about the size of n ten ormt piece and bourn the date of 1734 The secretary of tho navy has se lected as names for the six new rub marine boats the following The Grampus Shark Pike Porpoise Ad der and Moccasin These are worse Jish in the sea than ever were caught THE TRUE RELIGION Dr Talnnge Says It Must Be from Heaven MnkcslilfU of Ilnmnn Manufacture Are Uelen When Measured liy Gods riniuli LineThe- Vnll of Character CopiTlgUt 1500 by Louis Klowwh1 Prom Trondhjein Norway where Dr Talmngo Is now staying he sends the following discourse In which he shows that the world can never be benefited by a religion of human man ufacture which easily yields to onus surroundings but must have a reli gion let down from Heaven tcxtI Amos 78 And time Lord naUl unto met Amos what seest thou tnd I Raid A plumb line The solid masonry of the world bnsI for me a fascination Wallc about some of the triumphal nrohes and the cathedrals 400 or 900 years old nndI see them stand as erect as when they were built walls of great height for- enturies not bending a quarter of on inch this way or that So greatly honored were the masons who betided these walls that they were free from taxation and called free malORSI The trowel gets most of the creditII for these buildings and its clear ringI ing on stone and brick lies sounded across the ages lint there Is another Implement of Just as much Importance as the trowel anti my text recognizes Bricklayers and stonemasons and carpenters In the buildingI of walls I use an instrument made of a cord at the end of which a lump of leads fastened They drop It over the Ehftof the wall and as the plummet naturally seeks the center of gravity In tIle earth the workman discovers where time wall recedes and where It bulges out and just what la the per I ptuutetiJnr Our text represents God as standing on the wall of character l the Irnelltes had built sad In I hat wry teeing It And the Lord wild unto me Amos what sees thou Ami I said A plumb line What the world wants is straight upI anti flown religion Much of the BO I called piety of the dry beads this way and that to suit the time It IIjj oblique with a lowttate of sentiment J Bad morals We have all bees build InK n wall of pharaeter and it la glar ingly Imperfect and seeds reoonetruo lion How shall it be brought InloI perpendicular Only by the lTllfeImeasurement And the Lord said unto me Amos what seNt thuulI And I said A plumb line The whole tendency of the times Is to make us act by the standard of whist others do We throw over the wtdl of our character the tangled phttnbline of other lives and rejcot the Infallible lost which Amos saw The rjM Atlnn for me should not t+s what you think In right but what opt thinks is right This perpetual refer care to tho behavior of other as thQBgh It decided anything but hu roan fallibility Is a mistake wide as the world There are 10000 plumb linear in me but only one Is true and exftjt and that Is the line of Gods eternal right There is a mighty at ttfijipt being made to reconstruct and tic up the Ten Commandments To many they seem too rigid The tower at PteftCJediiSMQver about IX feet from the pprpendlculai and people go thou Hind of mile to toe Ita graceful In clination anti to learn how by extra braces anti various architectural eon trivance it Is kept leaning from cen fury to century Why not have the ten granite blocks of Sinai set a little aslant Why not have the pillar of truth a leanlnp tower Why is tOt an ellipse as good as n square Why is not an oblique as good as straight up and down 1 My friends we must haven standard Shall it be Gods or mansThe Divine plumb line needs to be thrown over all merchandise Thou of ears ago Solomon discovered the tendency of buyers to depreciate goods He saw a man beating down an artiste lower and lower and saying It was not worth the price asked and when he had purchased at the lowest point he told everybody what n sharp bargain he hud struck and how he outwitted the merchant It is naught snlth the buyer out when he Js gone his way then he bonsteth Proverbs 20 14 Society Is so utterly1 askew in this matter that you seldom find a seller asking the price he expects to get he puts on a higher value than he expects to receive knowing that he will have to drop And if he wants 20 he asks 75 And If he wants 2000 he asks 2500 It is naught salth the buyer The fabric in defective the style of goods is poor I can get elsewhere a better ar fiche at a smaller price It Is out of fashion It itI damaged it will fade It will not wear well After awhile the merchant from nverperzuasion or tram desire to dispose of that partic alas shock of goods says Well take It nt your own price and the par chaser goes home with light step and calls into his private office his confi dential friend and chuckles while bi tells how fl half price lie got the good In other words he lied and was proud of It Bathing would make tines so good and the earning of a livelihood so easy OR time universal adoption of tho law of right Suspicion strikes through nil bargain making Men who sell know not whether they will ever get the money Purchaser know not whether the goods stripped will be ac cording to the sample And what with the large number of clerks who are making false entries and then nb Econding timid tho explosion of firms that fail for millions of dolitsc man eeslroen nro at their wits quid to jnafcs a living He who stands up amid all the pressure and does right Is accomplishing fsomething toward the establishment a high commercial prosperity Itnve deep aympa- thy for the laboring classes who toil With hand and foot nut wo must not forget tho business men who without any complaint or bonneted procession through the stetareenduring a strews of circumstance terrific The fortunate people o7 today are those who are receiving daily wages or regular Srflarlos find tin mUll most to be pltlqil are thdie who conduct n business While price are fulling anti yet try to pay Ihglr Inks and employes anti bra In sUqh fearful straits that they Would quit business tomorrow If it worn not for the wreck and ruin of dithers When people tell me nt what n ruinously low price they purchased an nrllrle it icjtloni ruptey anti defalcation of turn in many departments The mOil who toll with tho brain need full nil moeli sympathy as those Who toil with the- hmnd All bu in Ai1a life Iis lrulk- througb with au picfoi Ria ItRDies are the rmml of Lunt of nfidraee The pressure to do wren raft stronger from the foot that In opr day the largo business houses are swallowing up the smaller the whales dining on bluefish and minnows The larjre houses undersell the small oAts be cause they buy In greater quantities and at lowe figures from time iro ducts The inn aTord to make sushi Ing or nctually Ioye on arsine tleaI of goods nssur II they can snake It up on others Soga great tlloollt house goes outsug of Its rO Jr line anti sells books ajL cost or li s than cost and that gwamps tb41 Uxk sellers or the dry goods house sells bricabrac at lovvjpat figure andl that swamps the small dealer in brim brae And the same thing goes 1111 in other styles of mtrcUnndlso and itir consequence In that all along OM buti I ness streets of atl our cities there areII merchants of stns l capital Whj nrr terrific struggle tliajr hradrl above water 1koop Ittern run down the a fl hinr hImanf a bualncM as ho can flinnnga To feel right nnd do rjykt uii rr all this proi tit requires martyr grace requlr dfrine support requires cfleHtl freenfaroanient her there are tenAof UtWUMBi of ItI men getting 8imndlrtly through Thrv see others going up anal Uiainrhrt going down but they kajp their I tlcnie and their courage and their Christian consistency andIfltr awhile their IIUNe will come Tler Is jfanerally retribution In t form for greediness The oftjof thr big business will die arils Ur boys will gji poacoMlon QU QukineMi awl fflWgt cigar In their rhomb a and fun to tM chins wfltJithl4tora- nd behind A pair ot aj4nlf g b75- they will pea everything o6 me tura pike road to temporal mil eternal perdition Then the bu lnrM will break tip anti the awnller tleilers will have fair opportunity Or the spirit of contentment and right frelbujr will take powienalon of the large firm as recently with a famous bualtHM house and the tlrm will MI HW hRe enough money for all our mutt and the needs of our ohlhlren 1ew- let us di olT0 business and make vmy brother men in the aftpt Uno Instead of being startled at a solitary inatatMe of magnanimity IIt will become a cotMinen thing I know of stores of great business hou aa that have had their opportunity ff vast accumnhitlon and who ought to salt nut perhaps for all the days of this generation the struggle of anml houses to keep alive under the overshadowing pressure of greet konsoe will continue therefore taking things as they are you will be wise to preserve your faith and throw overall the counters and shelves itil oaakfl the measuring lino of divine right And the Lord sold unto me Amos what scest thou And I oldi A plumb line In the some way we need to rectify our theologies All sorts of religions are putting forth their pretensions Some have n spiritualistic religion nnd their chief work is with ghosts and others a religion of political econ omy proposing to put an end to hu man misery by a new style of taxa tion and there Is a humanitarian religion that looks after the ladle of men and lets the south look after Itself nnd there Is a legislative religion that proposes to rectify all wronr by en actment of better laws and there is an aesthetic religion that by rules of exquisite taste would lift the heart out of its deformities and religions of all sorts religions by the peek re ligions by the square foot and veil gions by the tonnil of them devices of the devil that would take the heart away from the only religion that will ever effect anything for till human race and that Is the straight up and down religion written In the hook which begins with Genesis and ond wtih Revelation the religion of the skies the old religion time iod ken religion the everlasting rcJtii ron which says Love God abor nlj and your neighbor as yourself 1 jjJ re ligions but one begin at time wrong oriel and in time wrong place The JllbTe religion demands that we firsttjIct lght with God It begins at the tol andl measure down white the otliiQr religions begin at the bottom aiu try to measure up They stand shy the foot of time wall up to their iimys In the mud of human theory smut gpwula thou and have n plummet and a tiring tied fast to it and they throw the plummet thus vay and creak ojiead PP9Jhelwathey threw It up and It romas qawn upon their own pat Fools jYhy stand at the foot of de wall rectifyrr- f iI lag up when you ought to stated at the top rectifying down 21 was In the country thirst after a long walk And 1 cnme In nnd my child was blow- Ing soap bubbles nnd they rolled out of the cup blue and gold and green and sparkling and beautiful and orb loulnr and in so sainll a space I never sew more splonilor concentrated nut slit blew once too often and nil tbe gloryI vanished Into suds Then I nllilIput against time blowing glittering soap bubbles of worldly reform and human specula tlon one draft from tho faantaln from under the throne of God clvniI thItheIIon1thou Anti I snld A plumb line I want you to notice this fact that when n man gives up tho straight up and down religion of Ute IMWe for gnllIof hIs change of religion anti then you hear of tome swindle ho tine practiced in a spcolal mining stock telling somas one If he will put in 10400 lie win take out SlOfiJOO or he hAS Wtorrinocd his Integrity or plunged Into frreiuo liable worldliness Itli erns are to road he has to broaden his religion and he become as broad an tempts tion aa brood UK the souls darkaesa as broad as hell They want a rell irlon that will allow them te keep their sins and thon nt death say to them Well done good nod faithful servant and that tells theint All- IsI well for there IIs no hull What a glorious Honron they hold before Ml tome let us go In and see It There are Ilorod and alt the bake he ass ChINUiKreaek guillotine and all the Han thieves kaaae burners gwrrotan piekpoeketa awl libertines of all tkq eenturiea They bar atl gat OCWWIM and thrones sad harps sad aplwa and hot they ttkaat they stag ThankagtTlag and koaw and glory and power ta time broad retigton that Ira aa all talo heaves without TO pentanee mid without faith In this humiliating dogMMi of eeckfataatiml old agyisa My text glut Mo a grand opportun ity of aylnr a useful word to all pang met who are sew forml at habits far a lifetime 01 what ass Io a atomma son or a brleklaa a Iamb HaeT unaidedIryeI urBcient beeauM if there be a lie HrcHon In the wan It cannot fnetntr on be corrected Iieesuo by the W of yravitation a wall mat be tral t in order 19 be anainetrlral and ifr One of the bent friend t I ever had died of dtfBrltim tremea at 10 yrant of age though be bad not since tl yetea of age before which he had beets a1aalf aled tottrbed intoxicating ur Mtll that particular urjjll tIAttalk bint off itll fins writ in j the street on a hot summer icy lie stepped into a thug store jut II you and I would httkone anti a knl fur- a dote of something to nuke hint feel better And then was alcctnol In the dome and that one drop aroused the old appetite and hr entered the frat liquor store and staid there until thoroughly under the power of rum the entered hU home a ravine mania bla wife and daughters fleeing tears his presence and at flrat be was taken te the sits hospital to die Heraember that the wail mr be 100 feet high and yet a drfleetlon tine foot from the foundation affects the entire atrneture And If you ivyi ten years and do right the last NOyeantuu may nevertheless do something at ito rears of age tbat will damage all your earthly I existence All you who have built hoaees for yaanelve or for others am J not right In saying to these younj men you cannot build a wsIsoI high as to be Independent of the character ot Ita foundation 1 A man before 10 years of age may commit enough Into bust him it lifetime Now John or George or Henry or whatever be your Christian untrue or surname say here and now No wild oats for me nu cigars or cigarettes for me no wine or beer for me no nasty stories for me no Sunday sprees for me I am going to start right nnd keep on right Gad help me for lam very weak From the throne of eternal righteouinea Ilet- down to me the principles by which I can be guided In building everything from foundation to capstone Lord God by the wounded bund of Christ throw me n plumb line limit you say you shut us young folks out from all fun Oh no I like fun I believe In fun I have had lots of It In my time lint I have not hud to go into path of sin to find it Xo credit to mo but because of an etrnor Idnary parental example and Influence I was kept from outward tranogrea miens though my heart was bad enough and desperately wicked I hate had fun Iillimitable though I never swore one oath and never gambled for so much as the value of a pin and never gnw the inside of it haunt of tin save us when many years ago with a com uilHaloncr of police and a detective and two elders of my church 1 explored New York and lirooklyn by midnight not out of curiosity but that I might In pulpit discourse set before the pro pie the poverty and lime horrors of underground city life Yet though I was never intoxicated for an Instant and never committed one oat of dissolute ness restrained only by the grace of God without which restraint I would have gone headlong to the bottom of infamy I have hud so much fun that j I dont believe there is n man on time planet at the present time who has had more hear t men nnd boys women and girls nil the fun is on the side of right Sin may seem attractive but It Iis deathful like th manchincel a tree lvhasenlevsrlro poisonous Tho only genuine bapplntssic a Christian life s tM 17 IlL1 Itching Burning Scaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured b- yCutidura t The Itching and burning I tailored In my feet and limbs for three year were terrible At night they wore worse And would keep tno swain a greater pan of the night consulted doctor after doctor as I wits travel ling on the road mOlt of my time alto one of our oily doctors None of the doctors know what the trouble was I got a lot of the different aampta tit the medicines I had beon wing I found them of so many different ttods that I concluded 1 would hare to go to a Cincinnati hospital before I wash get relief I had frequently been urged to try OUTKiCKA KEMKDmS but I hoc no faith In thorn liy wife finally prevailed upon me to try them IrostoI What a change I I am now urea and It IIs a permanent can I leol like kicking some doctor or tnytolf for tuflcriDg three years when I could have used CUT1CUUA remedies II JENKINS illddl boro Ky Complete Treatment 125Consists ef Crncnu SoAr 23c to cleans tho skin of crusts sail sales and soften time thickened cuticle CVTICCBA Ointment roc to liuUntly allay itching irnutton and laOaintnationanJ tootlioand healand Curicuiu ItKoLVKXTCOctor and cleanse the blood A Bixnui Bait often sufficient to euro the most torturing dma figuring akin scalp and blood humors rashes surd IrriUUon with loss of hair when phyilciant LoiplUU and alt else fail Said throughout time world romii Data AXD Cuut Coat Solo Prop Rotten How to Cure Itching Humor free Millions of Women Use Cuticura SoapExclusively tor frtmmag purirylor and beautifying the akin lorcleaottDR the scalp of crust scale sad daodrud au t the stopping of falling hair for Mltcnlnf nhllenlBif a4dealing red rough and sore bADd11I Ue tons of bath for annoying IrrlUUoa loflam bllUou and ctuangeam too hoe ur UIlODIo penptrsuonin the form or wambee for testthemselvesD4 nursery NuamuuntofperuaalooranInduce thoouholoveonceused11touseany outer cipccially for jrttcrrlag and purifying the iVIn scalp and hair of Infant and ctmarvn CXTICOKA Soar combines delicate emollient properties derived from CCTI CUBA the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing Ingredient and the mot rttrotb lag of flower odors No other medicated or toilet opeyereumpouaded1tobecompared with It for preicnrlor purifylnRand boauUfyiuc the skin scalp tuft and bands No other foreign or tlotncUo toilet soap however eipenilve U to bo compared with It for all OsmIuadwar baby 1111111 thu world DR MOFFETTS 1 Allays Irritation Aids Digesllov TEasyEI I Teething Powders LTEETIllNARtHwithtBowtJ ofCostsOrmatltfceata WOJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO CHICAGO OMAHA Double Dally Service I KewllooTtalloek WaterlooIort Dcxlrc and Coun cil lllnni linne- tIlhpynlln free recliningi chair cars dUningearsIend to the undrrslcned torn freo copy of Picture and Notes Cn Route Illiutrat Ins this new lino as seen from tile car window connectingUncaCream Council Free All Grocers are giving with a package of packagedton iis the finest Jellycon preparation No tanking or baking Dissolve in hot water lad set away to harden Flavors Orange Lemon Jlupberry Strawberry Wild iiinitatVbenii etcOrder today DIES1ioatryNRMntI other fall to rollers Itneverfail lion free UrtUA Uowun Ullwaiikte 1la TilE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRB DAME INDIANA PULL COURSES IN Classics Letter Eco cltncJlharmDcytlectrlcallnlrlnerrlnsrThoroujh Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Free to all Student who hue ccm pitted the studies required for admlsilcn Into the Junior or Senior Year of any of the Collcgl ale Curses Rooms to Rent moderate charge to students over Mventeen preparlnK forColleelate Courses Rccredriller weII ayll1Yearwilmopcn5eptcmber4tim1Q05Catalogue RUV A MORKISSEY C ft C rUIIat t IC = 1tr 4 I THE ALLIES CHECKEDDDI Several Hours Severe Fighting Between the Relief Forces and the Chinese 1 Tile Advance IUd Not Begin Until Sat urday and on Sunday tho Hat rj tlo Took Place rIte allPoreliH Party Again Has the Upper land In Affairs at the Chinese Capital XI Knnir Chang Snyn Tlmt tilt For elan MlnUlrr Left 1rklnn For rirnTln Issl Prlilny An Unit a An sorttinder t WmhlHfflon Aug 7 Interest 1 In I DtlenelfiwIf 1 vo dlapitchM from naval ofliecru at I Gh Koo repenting unofficial hilt up parrot ly reliable report of notlvo and evieiwire liMtllltlra between tho allhrtl fore I awl the ChlllPtlil on the llHf hrtwt n lienTain andl Peking Tin dwhNi Indicate umnl t knhly that the rvllvf column IIM started In caritriit mH tMt It In meeting with lieternilned opposition Although neitlnr of tM naval dhijwtohM men trooptoI I i c IIyusd nt the wnr departmentl that it Iwial a mrt of Gen ChnfToog MH 11 army wRS on IMIII iinil wok nor active gad1 aggrumito part In tin a lair Th dlipatvhox are an follows bon Aug GHnronll Nnrlgn flaw WMhiutrton Britlflh Koine re 101ir aiioMrUL eHgngonivnt nt Plet fcaitfr tfunday warning X to 1030 Al1 i i lied lust killed and woundedI 1JMKl 1hlalRs ami Jujwnew Chi 1hl11 mtiiq TAlTSSia- I I he lroo1ag Llhnrmn Navlga lion Washington Ofilettil report be 4ePA rcMable about 1 JXK alllea IIWIN I v MijfHKMl ldheue at Helvingr dllht of the ith KICMK- YPirtwiajr to the flmt railroad ntntlon about 1 tans north of HenTain en route to Peking Taulr who Mgned the flint din pair Ila IH ramnwnd of the York tore which In at CheFoo It UI nakl at the wr dtjmrtmuntl thai there hi MO rtmww to doubt thatl tin ajrafffiHcttt 1Iran taken 4ace Whllu no olHrial liifonivatloM luw been re octveU It In wildl that ueh nn cngiige meat WIN MOt unexM etttd- AccontlMjr to the Information IIn piairmloti of tke war lemrtimHt the tows of lletMtttg la at tko hoot ofr tMMl 1I1Jt f Rtft1 emlie9the1 road royaud- uarlent Tito It IIM H village of mud lint of OMMMorable aka but not wnllod The miter at tkto point I not naviga ble by anything larger than a good tttwd IMIIH laiiHrh and It IM thoughtl that the trooN prolmbly rtnuliodI timer In HtH ll boat towed by the tinstialI lattHohe Tho country nil nlongr the niter between Poking and Tienl y Ttttt IIn n low nUuvlnlI pliilti nlmoKtl lniM Mb1o for wheeledl vehleleN In the wet MNon mid under quit + n high claltt of cultivation MAr ipwlllon of tin United Stnt w diploma tJft llv rumalnI tinehnngtHl- Tkl potwmment will Slot conwnt tto the removal of the mlnlMer und for cliMTH from Peking until there iIn free ennulIulllon lion by the power with their inlnUtera Nor will thl s government convent to itimmunlcn ton In pUtln Inngiinge alone but In Vista Unit cipher menwigon nniMt pass treaty butt eust Ilnlutor Conger nailI our Btnle dcMrtment It Is emphatlonlly tnt Ml flint un loss maids nuwmoROH nro oxohnngod the United Stator tray not know beyond1I question that the meawige wore nut gnrhled awl both the Unltiil Stat I government and the nilnlMtorn sithr knl There seems to be no doubt about thtfVafety of tho mlnlaten at Pekingr for the prcaeut and that they willII remain where theytvlll IM ablo to protect theniBolviw mud will not ho 1 induced to accept slimy offers of tho Chinese govornment to cttcorl then ito JTMln until they have unit com l 1nuIm lion with their govornmont ContM ee IH ovprewetl however that the Chinwo government will IHJOII kec the neeetMrity of nooupilng time term s laid dowu In Secretary 1 lays note toI COIUH Ooodnow It IU etnted that If nil the Interim tional forces In the vicinity of lake +I can be lauded and the auppllon 1 brought up there in a milllfllent force to overcome Why nnny which tthe Chi iS none may bring forward to provont the march on Peking It is alHo bo lieuHl nt the war Ivpnrtment that the Information received through the navy department of n battle Is cor rect Londoc Aug 7line antiforeign party njynln IIIIH tho upper hand atl ldn Aocordlng to reports emerg 1 1InAfrom II lung Changs lodgings n l Shanghai hiM baggage lIs packed prep otorv to his departure for Peking blltlt Is added lie has applied tn tite throne for twenty days rick leave 11II Hung Chang claims that hubs repre sentations to tho Yen THO viceroys and Tnotnl Shcng will bo denouncedI by LI Ping Hong because they are friendly to the foreigners A news agency dispatch fromI Shanghai tinted Monday August C onyx it is rumored that tho powerfulI viceroyI Tunic Simi Tt Sucrnor nt Shantung who disapproved of Prince neap hns been killed Washington Aug 7Oflle nl Infor mtition received says that Chinese sot dlnr lIuuullnltlon mid supplles nitu being rushed to Peking Time soldierI nave been doubly pall to instill a i lighting spirit The city is being tore away1rinenof the soldiers In the territory be- tWtIn Peking and TlenTsin mind hues iissued n proclamation commanding that every stop of the advancing cite my be resisted London Aug 7The advance of limo allied forces commenced today cables tho British consul at Ion Tsln under date of August 4 This Is time first official information received here that tho attempt to re lieve Puking unit begun It Is ace ccpt d as correct rime British con sal docs not mention any fighting but the Shanghai correspondent of time Dally Mall telegraphing Sunday wiyu The Peking relief column lit reported to have suffered u check Tho Chinese are said to have adopted Tugcla tactics anti after ncveril hours of fighting to hove retreated This IH the only message received In London bearing out the reports of Adm Kcmcy anti Commander THUS sir regarding an engagement at Pell sang The fact that the advance dll not begin until Saturday IH taken to strengthen the accounts of n battle SundayIn same cablegram which was road In ttho house of commons tho can sal at TlonTsln says Now mama the Jepancflo legation Ins been roe relied up to August 1 Therefore the odlctM nnnotinalng the safety of lUlU ministers on UNIt date site con firmed Tho Chinese minister Sir Chlh Chen Lo Feng Lull communicated to Ion Salisbury n menage from the Twng LIYamcn dated July 31 reiterating tho tatotnont that the mlnUttero wore mf on that date anti recounting the friendly relations rxiatlng between them and tho Ynnien nn well as so porting the Homllng of supplies to the legations by the Ynnien The tneMMgc oanUilna thus Importnnt statement timeroueeoHveynnoo unties escort to TtonTidn hi expected but on aerount of the re commeneemont of hostilities at Tien Trin code talogrnnHi for raiumliHilon to tlie representatives are tfonsldored untiaalrnbla Thus npMMtra to confirm time slata menmcnt that the Ohlnce govern ment will endeavor to atop the march to Poking by wring the mlnlatont nil IItNlJlae Lokal AnHgor of Itrrlln pul llahlng An Interview with IJ Hung CKan cpmofeii him nn declaringm IitMtknlly that China nnmt not In any RlrrHnMtaiipm oede guy more torri tory to tiny power In reply to n ques flea why the rcliellloH wns not put down Enrl LI Is reported as having raid I blame Prince Tuau time em press dowager and tIt whole Puking gorernment But for their leek of en ergy time Hit nation would never have 0ffilar1nllyPat erlou rMlitirfr fcorrc joni1cnt Mall IJu Aotlvo raga tiation lire proceeding between Kim eta Mud the United1 Sttes the prob alile outcome of which will bo a reso lution to uphold tho integrity of Chi- n unconditional A Shanghai correspondent of the sane Mipcr says that the Americans there are urging the appointment of Gen MncArthur as commandorIn chief of the allied force The StandanlH Shanghai rcprtxen tatlve wiring Sunday says It Is vicar that the march to the relief of Peking will bo anything but n walk over Japanese scouts have discov ered a largo force of Chinese southwest of lionTain and another large tone In the vicinity of Lu Tat to time tnstwnrJ It U learned now that the mace IMJDI of the Tilling 11amon who were put to death for their alleged proforeign proclivities were not be lion ilcd but wore cut In twain this being the severest penalty under time Mnnahu made Shone declares that IgIflan A Shanghai special dated August 0 says LI Hung Chung has olllcinjly Informed the consuls that the mints hers loft Peking for 1IonIjln lust Friday August 3 with Ion Yung Lu In command of till escort The con sots urn by no menus disposed to cred it Karl Ids statement All tho other reports that hao ronohed London up to this hour In illcnto thnt the ministers Lore not left Peking Wnahington Aug 7It in learned on excellent authority that Lieut Urn Nelson A Miles hex recently np plied for service in China Ills appli cation hilts not boon granted Wrir do purtniirnt ofllelnls say that Gen Cliaf feu win sent to China to command tho American trcops until to relieve him nt this Jme would bo a reflection upon his eonllct of affairs MAIL FOR CHINA Irltrm Mimt he AddreiHed With Full lame of Soldier Company HeK- lnient ChlnnSnii rriuicUoo WuHhtngton Aug IiIhe war de partment desires It to be known that iltmil intended for the United States soldiers In China should be add rosso with the full mime of the soldier his company anti regiment with the 1wvords China via Sun Francisco In thee case of staff otllceia or civilians of the army the same means China via San Francisco should bo cm played All the regular China mall routes In thnt section have been suspended the government has been obliged to devise n service of its own using the array transports as time as possible A postal agent stationed at Nagasaki will make the first distribution of these malls nnd another agent at Ta ku will care for thin details Theie agents have started for ChIna a id will oo in position to handle a iy malls written alter itmlr date u 1 DRAGS SlOWLY AlONG The Defense Will Conclude Its Testi mony Friday or SaturdayIiI 1 Witnesses Tratlfy all to the Char acter of AlountnlneerM HroiiKlit to Frankfort and to the llnnd ling of the Mllltln Georgetown Ky Aug 4of eight witnesses introduced by the defense In the Powers case nil but one were called for the purpose of attacking time credibility of witnesses placed on the stand by the prosecution Otfc of these former State Auditor Stone stated that Witness W H Culton nn alleged coconspirator of Powers was removed from n place of trust in his ofllce because ho defaulted In the sum cf 1000 Other witnesses residents of 0 ray son Springs this state testi fied that instead of being in Frankfort on January 30 the dayof the ill toting1 of Senator Goobel as ho claimed under oath to have been Gco Wooer a prosecution witness was in their town organizing a lodge of Woodmrn of tho World nnd others from Iastern Kentucky testified that WitiiMs Wharton Golden of time pros ecution had displayed n largo roll of money and Intimated that it came irons the state reward fund C H Gibson of Barbourfiville emu next He was asked to tell of nn oc currence In barber shop nt Harbours vllle when Witness Wharton Golden displayed a large roll of money Bo fore the prosecution could object wit new answered thnt such n thing had occurred Tho prosecution asked for the exclusion of the testimony and by agreement tho witness stood aside to be cnlhtd InterIJames Ilurklerond in whoso barber shop tho incident is said to hovo oc curred WOK called He sold thnt Gol den told him on the tiny Defendant Powers was nrrcted that Powers was Innocent Later Golden came Into his sloop And In his presence displayed n roll of paper money to his brother Ike Gohlnn and said to him Dont you know that the 100000 reward fund IU bftng circulated Witness Gibson was recalled corroborated Hnrkleronda nndI Attorneys for the prosecution rigid ly crowexamined these witnesses nnd nude one of them James Hnrklerond of Barhourvillo admit that he had been Indicted not less than a dozen times for violations of law The most important witness of the day was Daniel It Collier of Lancaster adjutant general of Kentucky un der time Taylor administration He of fend as testimony time written order of tier Taylor directing him to bring the regiments of state guards to Hmnkfort attar the BhopUnir ofSuiir ntor Oorbcl And ordering him to con fer with the civil authorities of Franklin county as to hot best to preserve pence there Tills was the first nppearanee of the document which waa never made n part of the stats records und Judge Cntrlll ruled It out UK Incompetent on objection cf time prosecution that it wits not in ace cordance with the statutes of the lUttt not directing Collier to plume tho mllltln under direction of the civil authorities Georgetown Ky Aug 5Adlt ion Collier whose direct examina Lion was concluded at time adjournment of court Friday afternoon camas plnced on the witness stand Saturday morning for cross examination Attorney John K Hcndrick conducted it Wltnewt told of keeping soldiers nt the state arsenal nt Frankfort prior to the shooting but could not remember whether ne had brought any arms Into the state capital grpunds He admitted having refused to allow civil officers to go into the executive building to execute the writ of ha boos corpus saying that he had ore ders train Got Taylor to do so Over the objection of the dofena Judge Cantrlll allowed the present tlon to show by the witness thnt on two occasions prior to January 90 tho tiny of time ColsonSoott duel nod of tho arrival of 1300 named moun tads petitioners tho feeling at Frankfort wns Intense and that no soldiers penceWitnessas to movements of troops and arms during month following assassination Ho said thnt he never before tin shooting of Oov Goebel heard nay one say that the best way to settle the contest was to kill him lines told of preventing by military force the nsembllng of the legislature In thaw city ofIrnimfort on the day follow ing the shooting The defense ob jetted to witness stating that hi wont to the Capital hotel where the wounded man lay and warned time proprietor that nc would close hubs Iho tel if he permittpd the assembly to meet there olalmln the question to be incompetent The jury wns sent out nnd nrgunicnt made rime Judgn admonished tho jury upon Its return that all evidence of the witness con corning incidents which happened after the shooting should be consid ored only to his Interest Witnesn then stated that he did give such proprietorWitness utter two hours und lev C T Codyof Georgetown was next called He tes tified of meeting Wharton Goldm about March 21st at home of Witness John Stamper and of Golden untying onlyforamination prosecution brought out that witness had displayed much in terest In the case on the side of tho defense working In conjunction with Use nttorneys Georgetown Ky Aug 7The fifth week of the trial of cxSecrctnry of Stnte Caleb Powers for alleged coin consptricy f Thohn Young Brown chidcounsel to1lowlrll IIU the t coneludei lrldnyScttunlaAfterY tonUIIIIdays In rebuttal V I C ehnrgefquarteredlit1 niwwii prior iutlie mMamlnntlon nnd who were I out Immediately sifter the tragedy 1 w ondayGhly placed IIn tithe amnal January 4 the day theJcgUlutnrc mot J Cupt Walcutt stated that it was about fifteen aIlKUS8111Dllollcompany was cdout salthestalarsenal samlength B 1 froAtljtknotforv purpose guard win rlucidentalequipmeatswhen ioebtl1 was shot although Iit wan not riutomary for the men to bo equipiMd Inside the arsenal Ho d nied that the men were already I oftellhll r shootingAt ofCnptldfprCulton John L DoWr Knox county ns Misted Powers in organizing the examlnn10uj tlS lower dirvtdl On erowicxami option lie admitted several who were SelMtetl and sent to Frankfort were had character H C IIIR ford Marion county wen lint at the conference nt Frank presldeclS1InIT L ty made a wild speech saying The only way to stop the ootltest was to nelglmJOrhondj vta rebuked by Powers Witness de nlnl tint he hud sold to John MoKlroy and others on Monday before tho shooting that Cloebel will bo killed before he can tie his sent that mat ter has been fixed nor thnt he munch e similar tatenleimta to other persons On previous occasions 1II It Bullock of Lexington gave your entirely new testimony Witness glnornlshuilcJlRttams out and saw Jnck Chinn walk fur rapidly go into the state house A nan was alnndlng behind the fount ills in n stooping position anti wItI i neKi could not tell whether ho was white or black and did not know what liecame of him Stuart Stono Gov Taylors steno g rsi flier was In the governor recc p that r DIn whon tho shooting oe ti C When we heanl what had neil Oov Tnylor expressed fear that nJ of the occupants of the ex ccittlvj building would be mobbed Vo broke into the ounce of the seer R many of state to get some guns Iin lihere to protect ourselves with Gov Taylor told apt Steve Sharp of Leo ington to arm everybody In the build ing and take charge of the men DREDGE BOAT BLOWN UP It III Wared That Ttrentr People Ahoard of Her Have Ilecn Drowned Tampa Fin Aug 51relgc boat Number 2 belonging to Hittenhouso Moore blow up in middle of Tampa iky about 7 oclock Saturday morn lag There were twenty pcopl hoard anti it is feared that all or many have perished as a result tho explosion The boat was valued at JOOjOOO and was equipped with four gasoline engines The best informa lion IB that hardly a person could hint escaped The dredge drew thlr Ill feet of water and could not have Ixtm towed close enough to shore tallow o the teen to swim Trro Killed and Two Wnnndedi- Snecdvillc Tcnn Aug 5As a BC iiel to time election two men wcr4 killed and two others mortally wounded The killed are John Lamb depu ty sheriff nnd Telmnn Collins rim wounded nro Wiley Brewer nnd Whit ifii Gibson Drawer wns elected jus lire of the ponce and time difficulty aroma over his election Hancock county t where the killing took Place iIi n rotnoto mountain county In East Tennessee Stiliooiifr Sunk In Collision Port Huron Mleh Aug 5 Iiirly Saturday morning the schooner San IiSO In tow of the steamer App inittox oollided with the iIntnnn just above Fort Onitiot and th 1ontnnu sank kumedintely with ntle of her crew John McCJregor of Pittsburgh She was built In 1SS3 und 1 is 331 feet long with n net tonnng of 1105 Mistaken signals caused tha l11II81Qn Empress Frederick III London Aug Xotwitlistindinij the dental issuing from Berlin It is quite s rjaln that Empress Frederick II Ill bitOItCllt and most beloved daughter Is aflllcted with rancor and tliuj great specialists consider her lifin matter of months She is too III 111 leave the castle nt Friedrlchshof ntif Homburg for hor customary summer visit to England dew I American Snl crlpllon York Aug 5 Subscriptions II be taken In this country for thj Issu of JC 10000000 In three per cent erUequer bonds issued through the bnk of England The bonds are tto be tae three years and will be issued- at IS No Used amount has been as Bigacd tOIl subscriptions In this coun try xCongres81uaQ 1E fcredltb dlcdjntbl home in Manassas Ya I BRYAN AND STEVENSON To be Notified of Their Nomination as President and Vice President 1A Parade Will Precede time atlflca flea In Which Over n Hundred Democrat Clubn Will Inr llcluate Other DetnlU Indianapolis Aug 7finalrangemcnts have been completed for the meeting to notify William Jen nlngs Bryan nod Adlal E of their nomination as president an vicepresident by the Democratic party Indianapolis has been at work for two weeks getting ready for the big event and the last touches on tho details of the arrangements have been made Military park where the notifies tion will take place has been etab orately decorated The speakers disio members of time committees mind iIn front arrangements have been made for GO press tallies Space has been reserved by many of the principal newspapers of the country The ex cruises at the park will begin nt 230 and will last two hours Mr Kiohnrd soul of Tennessee mind Gov Thomas of Colorado will make the addresses of notification and replies will be nude by both Mr Bryan nnd Mr Stevenson An informal reception will follow hut this will be brief Mr Bryan nnd the visitors partici pating in tho exercises will be driven IIto suplelA busl organirationaI LaayetteAtlion formation will include upwards of one hundred democratic clubs from all parts of the state and from Cincinnati Chicago Louisville St Louis and other clUes The line of march will be nearly two miles iin length through the principal busi nest streets and will end nt the park- At the night meeting in Tomllnson hall Mayor Carter Harrison of Chi cago will preside He will be Introduced by Parks W Martin chairman of tltc democratic state committee + who will call the meeting to order Mayor Harrison will speak at length after which he will introduce W J Bryan Following Mr Bryan Web stet Davis will address the audience Those who are in charge of tho meeting believe that nearly all who attend the notification exercises will remain for the Tomlinson hall meet lag The hall will be open to all1 and it is thought it will be impossible for every one to gain admittance In view of time fact provisions have been made for nn overflow meeting to bo held nt the monument which will bo addressed by speakers of national rep utation After the meeting nt Tom linson hall Mr Bryan nnd Mr Ve stet Davis will address the monumcn meeting The railroads have arranged for special trains from various parts o the state and from present indica tions the crowd will be larger it lone at any time been estimated GEN DEWET SURROUNDED Him Complete and Unconditional Sur render Kxprclrd to sir Reported nt Any Time London Aug 7yjThe outlook for a complete close or the South Attica ofwar was never so bright as at present Gen Christian DeWct the toil fox of the Boers is reported to be en tirely surrounded at Ilcitzberg ThI lines are being tightly drawn nnd es cape seems impossible With DeWet captured concentration of operations will be made upon the one remaining force that of Ion Botha and the there will be no organized force o any pretensions in South Africa ex cept those of the British Gen Darien Powell is reported to have been Doersis cometfrom a newspaper correspondent and has not Lest ofllcially made to tho war alike CIRCUS MEN ARRESTED They Have for Some Time area Tee rorUliiK the Small To trim In Northern Mlmicnotn Duluth Minn Aug 7One hundred militia men left here Sunday night for Clocpiet Minn to effect the cap iture of the circus crowd who have been terrorizing the small towns tn Northern Minnesota The militiamen arrived tlllre during limo night and when the circus train pulled in quiet Ily surrounded it and awaited for day light The circus people knew noth ing of their presence until Monday Twelve of the circus men wanted by the sheriffs of Cuss and Hubbard coca ties for assault were picked out and taken to Cass Lake The men undo no resistance Doc Baker of Texas who Is be Bored to be the leader of the gang was not found so far as known here Civil Ceremony Only Havana Aug 7TIme new ecclesi astical marriage law revoking time de cree issued In May of hist year by Gen Brooke will go Into effect next Monday The Brooke edict prohib Iced ecclesiastic marriages recogniz ing only the civil ceremony In Not Yellow Fever 1Tanmpa PIn Aug 7An official statement signed by State Health Of ficer J Y Porter and J H White marine hospital service declares two BUapectcd cases to be not yellow fit vcr One is reported typhoid I BACK FROM CHINA Till Trnnnpnrl Logan nenchm Saw Krnnclnoo WHh a MlneellnncoiiN Lot of rnmciiRcri San Francisco Aug 7Wltl1 horsydecks crowded with blue jackets marines cxsoldiors of the Oth infantry and refugees the United States trans t port Logan from Tau yin Japan was allowed to dock after passing quarantine There were men women rrolTlenT yrtroopsNearly in the effectsd x city when it had been threatened by the Celestial fighters and time refu gees were more than glad to get back to civilization Among them were Drl Dlffcndorfcr and C McIntosh who were In the mill at TienTsln where the Chinese were held at bay before the first relief came through Mnstet Earl Kngsdalc and Miss Effic Rags dale captain of the United States consulate at TienTsin were also on board A large number of the rctujgees left the transport nt Yokohama EuropelCAPT JEROME DEAD He linn the Credit of Havlnw Over One Tlioiixniul MVM nt Sea During Hln Career San Francisco Aug 7Capt Fred Jcrick Jerome nn oldtime sailor who had the credit of saving over one thousand lives during his career is dead in this city He was born in southern England In 183 He was presented with the freedom of the city of New York and nn elegant snuffbox for say ing hundreds of lives in the wrecks of the Henry Clay and Ocean Mon CaptJerometain of time Luck Star and his wire and children who were wrecked on the coast of Formosa in 1862 He was especially honored by a present from Queen Victoria for his heroism in tho British channel He was presented with n gold medal by the city of Liv erpool nod was made a life member of the Pioneer Society of California by unanimous vote BLEW OUT HIS BRAINS t Fourth Officer of the Dentuchlaiid Caught Sleeping at Ills 1oat Committed Suicide Now York Aug Z11hhcle fourth ofllcer of the HamburgAmerican liner Dautschland blew out his brains dur greyhound y steamer reached her pier in Hoboken Jfondny The second day out It was Thioles turn to watch on the bridge The nIl made him drowsy and he fell asleep at his post Capt Albers came upon him or thebtootwcnftjdown closedfa was heard andi 4ayaon n Thiele was formerly u resident of Montgomery Ala- ELECTION IN ALABAMA The Democratic Ticket Elected bran OvrriTlielnilnir Mnjnrltjr IeRialatnre Democratic Birmingham Ala Aug iA gen countyyoral assembly was held in Alabama and n large majority was returned byWmwill be inaugurated governor D j comber 1 andfcasts had tickets in the field bat returns so tar indicate victory for the Democrats by on overwhelming majority The Democrats have also gained several members of the gen oral assembly The Populists and Ke Ii publicans will together possibly have 12 of the 133 members of the legisla ture a loss of about 50 per cent After the New ICMR tonne Aug 7At the railway sta tion hero while the king nnd queen wore en route from Keggion to Monza a woll dressed individual was dlscov eyed hiding with n revolver concealed on his person lIe wens arrested after a struggle and after being manaoled was sent on to Milan to be examined by Brescis judges Compromising letters are said to have been found upon him Ujmovlntr the Klnici Ilenmlnn Monza Aug 11he train carrying the remains of the Into king which will be accompanied by the duke of Aosta and the count of Turin will leave Monza Wednesday afternoon at 417 It will stop two minutes at Mi Ian five at Genoa and ten nt Piza and will arrive at Home Thursday meaning ut twenty minutes past sexes Hreurl in n Straight Jacket MilniiuAug 7Uresd the assassin of King Humbert has abandoned tho attitude of calm which he hind assumed since the murder wns com mitted nnd has been giving way to Us of passion and this hiss necessi straightIacket Mm Carrie N Walker nend Detroit Mich Aug 7Mrs Cat rie Nr Walker supreme cotnamnndcrvof time Ladies of the Macnbees died Mondayihe t- R e IA tl1l- tIS t THE HICKMAN COURIER Oorge Warren = HICKMAN KY FRIDAY AUG 10 1001 JJ IL OARDIN of Crittoudeu county is the populist nominee for Governor iiin this State Ht- MR BRYAN has boon assured by prominent Oll1oans that them is nHploutUit1 chance for Douioaratto auacess In that State this fall itsAD- DITIONAL returns inilioato that tin Democratic majority in North Carolina will probably roach COOOO The log islaturo is fourfifths Democratic ttttllEiunuOAN State Comniitttouicn ill Illinois are alarmed over the dumffoo tiou of tho German voto rojiortod bj several Republican candidates for Jon gress ttttSAM JONBB is out in an intorvtow do olaring against imperialism in the strongest terms but predicts that Jinn na will again buy the Presidency for Uli friend MoKinloy tttt A UNION PACIFIC passenger train was held up Sunday near Hugo Col and the passengers were robbed One man rested the robbers and opened fire He was promptly killed I ttttSENATOR Pm anew has mado A reply to Admiral Dewey lIe quotes official document and one of Doweyu reports to show that tho Admiral promised the Filipinos independence ttttKENTUCKY is tho fourth largest contributor to the internal revenue fund the amount for the fiscal year being 24472383 Tho total collections wore 29531010767 Illinois heads tho list With C223772982 ttttTits United States has renewed its demands upon Turkey for tho payment of the indemnity whioh the Sultan has so readily promised and so consistently refused to pay This time a prompt de- cisIon is insisted upontttt ACCORDING to the statistical year book of German cities it appears that the con sumption of horse moat is on tho increase and in Breslau Chemnitz Dresden Leipsic Zwickau and other places dogs are slaughtered for food ttttI IT is estimated that tho populatio- of tho United States will be between 70000000 and 77000000 Somo of tho officials however believe the total poD nlatiou will not exceed 72000000 Tho complete returns will bo given out about December 1tttt IN the special legislative elections in Kentucky Monday last the Democrats elected J J Watkins in the header son Unlon senatorial district S W To lin in the UallatinUoonoOwen sena torial district and Lewis Nuokels in tho Woodford county Representative this trict The Republicans elected William- II Dyer in the Campbell county senatorial district ttttA OIIEATEK variety and moro candi dates for office will bo voted on uoxt November than ever before in the hisr tory of American politics Altogether nine Presidential tickets will bo in thoI field Tho list is as follows Demo cratic Republican Socialist Labor So e cial Democrat Do Leon Socialist Unit iA Christian Prohibition Middle of th lad Populist and Fusion Populist ttttRETCKNB from the election in Alabama indicate that the Democratic State tick et headed by W J Samford for Coy ernor has a majority of over 50000 Time Democrats havo also made largo gains in the Legislature Tho increas ed majorities indicate that tho people are strongly in favor of tho Constltu tional Convention which will eliminate the ignorant negro voto Judgo Win Richardson was elected to Congress in the Eighth district to succeed General Wheeler BATTLE OP 1IETSANU 1200 White Men Killed etc Unotllcial reports nro sent to Wash ington by Commander Tausslg and Rear Admiral Remey that tho allied tore marching on Pokin had tin ongagomen t at Pieteang north of Then Tsin Saturday morning in which tho allies lost 1 200 killed and wounded They woro outnumbered three to ono the al lied force numbered 10000 Tire Chi1 nose are reported to have retreated Remoys dispatch gives tho date of th o fight as the Cth but Commander TUB Bigs dispatch uses the word Saturday None of the foreign governments have any advices regarding tho ongagomon It A dispatch from Shanghai gives LJII JIung Chang as authority for the stale meat that tho Ministers escorted by Gen Lu loft Pekin last Friday Thi Consuls do not credit It and no roporrt has been made by them or if so has nofI boon made publjc l LOCAL NEWS I Rood tho Council proceedings J Wiohliiro JH experiencing a boom over tho discovery of oil and natural glUIII Counterfeit half dollars nro being I circulated in Fulton and it is nuppmwi that they are Hindu in that vicinity Store Aug Ut it hRs been unlaw of ful for nay railroad company to run n car of any knit not equipped with nlrII brakesCStnu Jones iM hilled to hold one of hli meetings at Mnytlold in the latter port of September or lam curly jutrtof s October In MIw Loohie Rankin who wunt out from Milan Tann mvural yours ago an n tntorionury to China is Mifo in Japan She has been in tho Flowery IKingdom rSoutbl r SouthTiro government suagboate aro do lug good work along tho Miadwipiri riv or the river titan reporting that allI tho olMlruetoiiM from Memphis to St Louis liaro been removed leaving tho oats KO dour of danger The festive mosquito in with us again Ho sings the anmo old song and u social to have beet none of his funnier shrewdness He knows exactly whoa top tlIlntt8f1An epidemic of hydrophobia has doW TO loped among dogs in tho Bandana IKCul don of Mallard county IFive were killed there last week and it in believed that thellt A watermelon twist IBI to be given by the Democrat of Rrantville Ind tomorrow llth flue managers expect an attendance of 150000 peoplu JliIluf New York and Storemon of Illiiwk have been invited and are oxpect d to attend A well of natural gas has been dis covered at Wiokliffe and a company or ganized to push it An expert fromOJ OJl1ndlnof natural From Reelfoot IfLvoir of natural gas The center of population ns shown by the present census is iuctieully cerb tain to be in Monroe county Ind about sa at Bloomington The probabilities are I that it will be in tho semicircle with uloradius ton miles north of Bloomington M the center j II C Alexander a gallant anti tal anted young man received the Demo JITenneesoety over the old veteran and faithful public tservant Dr F M MoRee by ISO majority In The West Tennessee Farmers Inoj stitute convents at Jackson Sept 12 forn u three days session Last year there was from six to eight hundred in at r tendance and the nut profitable and enjoyable agricultural meeting over hold in Tennessee Somo of the railroads are consider ing the advisability of abandoning the tine honored title of brukonian on pas employsnon IIWIIi songor trains are no longer worked by hand but by air and therefore it is argued that the old title is a misnomer The colored people of Hickman with large delegations from Tennessee Mis souri and the surroundingcountry num boring from 1000 to 2000 celebrated Emancipation Day on Wednesday Thoy hud a bountiful well cooked barbecue music dancing baseball games and all manner of amusements Everything passed oil orderly and pleasantly About the meanest swindle yet port potrated WM that by two mon In Wabash 1 county had recently Thoy wont through the county advertising to make sets of fulne teeth at astonishingly low prices ono half down nnd tho balance whon the teeth wore delivered Quito a number of farmers nnd others had thoir teeth pulled preparatory to the wearing of store teeth and have boon gum ruing it ever ulnae for the bunco mon surer same back The colored people of Hickman pro IKKO the publication of a paper in Hick man to be known us the Hickman Ele rooter with G W Lucas who tins had u some experience as a publisher as man ager This speaks well for the progroe 8i ve character of our colored people Tho paper is to be non political noneocUi oclan and devoted to general news and the upbuilding of the material and mural interests of our colored people andJJ the locality in which they li1ctlirico of the Troy NewsBanner Grifiiu of the Obion Democrat and An drone of the Commercial Courier aro ouch well qualified for public place but I ouch aspired tooflico this year and were I gracefully turned down by the people 1 Editors generally have to talk too much to make popular candidates nnd what ho louts talk romaine in black and white to plague or blur him whereas what the average politician stays diM with tho breath that utters it or can ho dodged J by denying tho allegation and defying tho alligator J1 The books for tho now series of tho i Hickman B L Association are nowI Now Iift tho time to take sharesopen I This is specially desirable to those wihIing to borrow money to huy homos landI farms or to improve same on long timuI monthly payments and at reasonable in forest It is safe for investors but it in a mistake to conclude that is specially attractive merely to invnsten Those who derive the must benefit are those who borrow to secure humus c tams utilize rents etc to that end For army detailed information cull on the Secre tary At at onooII Mississippi nnd Ohio Rivers Pilots So thoInational Warehouse and Transit Com which proposes to build ware Imny nt all tho principal landings along tho Mississippi river and passed u reso I I lotion to try and devise some means r I attracting the attention of capitalists taII tho Mississippi river in the hope of I i tnbliflhinB bettor lines of transportation LI I between St Louts und Now The pilots mention the orlollnsjI j and Peters Leo as being a torn of bouts for oho St Louis quad Now I Orleans undo except they should bo au I littlo largerI c sL sror TIIK iiiooisiiii nust Tho WiwhiiiKUin lwl of Sunday tin 18th inst contains an article under oho nbovo caption from a volunteer Private lying seriously ill in tho government lies pitnl In WashinRton butforitiR from the woods received nose Manila while Oi special duty for General HuKhoA Ho 1li good ancestry tho son of n confcd vote wilier killed in 1805 und woll con in the South Ho unlisted to- alifornia tit tho outbreak of the Spun iuhAinaricun war an ho thought for rvico against Sjmin having lived long Mexico this soldier hud ut iris OlUi mand ell tho folltxiuillasiuwof tho Ttl gel mud half cant Spanish Therefore ha WIUllibio to got such an iiui ht into tho ilipino point of floe as men onlyI speak ug English never could do What thisIattack on tIll Philippine Let him an SWot Tho artiulo in part is ns follows It is about timo now tliut tho Airier loon people wnko up to tho fuel that Jin nppluiiKo and tho hoisting of tho tlujr does out alter tho nnturo uf lOOUOOOO people nor sanctify n crime I huts scon Sunfish muster boat lm sorrant for some persistence hoot him again than whoa shatuo comiKilled him tu let the oor bloody wretch riso ho would with cnlmuet wins frold start in In Ills mighty nnhawte to do xaetly what hu as first beaten for All the tophigtricril illlporillll tic lund KnCdonlillOt alter this truth Any disinterested foreigner i will toll you that this lis absolutely the ahls obis chnrnoteriHtif Thoro J8 one alternative to keeping a huge standing army in the Philippinoti and that Is tlio un Christian and horrlblo of oho extermination of tliwo pjitiont jito plo Our enemies thore thin Spaniard time French and e wcially tho tJonnanft who by tho wry have tho ontlro faith of tho people hone told thorn that whllo wo pretend to protect our aborigines lboybollecexplain away to thorn the feat that our North American Indian huts about vanished at our civilizing touch IliuMIng tails to incite confidence in our galling theyidixropltvtintermarry ans and English Anglo Saxoiw extOl ininato those whom jou convert and civilize Then they would quote to mu tho United Status New Zealand Aus tralia etc waging naturally that thug their own mi overnmont for might endure that and liver to tho chancy to join tho North Ancricnn red moan the Maori and the Australian blank the pale realms of shade How falla their reasoning may lw I leave not moot iUfsUon between your readers and history It will take fifty years of XXDOO men to eradioato this belief or then FACTS l1tKET1iE ISSUE Repnblloau partyutannguni are learn ing that 03 the declaration In the Dean ooratio national platform did not of iit elf make iniporialiiim tho paromiMiut Issue of the cumpeiu of 1000 it tx out jtosaiblo for the Republican party br a simple declaration to make impenahin the imaginary issue whioh it Is n w proolalmed It iis tho policy followed by President McKinley sauce tho closo ot thu war with Spain tint has compelled an lean recognition of tho actual AuurII Empire now confronting the recognition U not confirmed to mom wars of tho Democratic party Many ummunt Republicans are on record w earnestly protesting against Mr MoKln lays nbandouuiuutot Amuncau policlt for thoHO of uionarchical Europe Time f refusal to regard the Filipinos iw a JHJO pic untitled to recognition in tier de afro for liberty the dental of cougtitc tonal rights to the Porto Rionus tll suspicions doluy in allllllng our plwlgi for the iudupaudonco of Cuba time Mi miuiHtratioii uagorueRM to figure in world ixlitioH as thu ally of Oren Britain t those things that have uwakuiiH Americans regardless of warty ullllu lions to n Honso of national peril from witliiu It Is indeed a condition cud not a theory which confront Ainericau respectTimre in store for Rupablioau leaders who jnswist in mumiij derestimating this AmeriuaniMin Amoncauf NoveinbiTthatpuuishmeut The are booked to rllse- eseta IIfII ably waits on that party which seek4 tto bring about the repudiation and decisive nlOohlohj Tho great body ot tho people in tiiul country are faithful to time crwd of the Republic Toy still believe the truth quebeforeto just Government without thCOil sent of time governed They see us plain ly as tho signers of the Declaration Of Impendlieunios of taxation without representation of tho denial of the right of wlfjjov erumiiut They aro not willing to fix time stain of timE sin upon their own Govyrumimt It is Americans of this spirit whu will go to the jlolls in November mood vutx solidly against tho party of IKmpiiv t Thoy will do thin in thin sacred name of the Republic Thoy know that time IlIp public is in danger and their pLlrinUMUI forbids that they shmould btColllo partita to u movement that skulll if succutMful Luwltopubhle Postage stamps that are damu l by sticking together in warn or dump weather may bo returned to the depart and their value returned to tin per chaser or exchanged for now Ktamu lOr if you spoil n stamped envelope in ui tempting to write thu address ou ii- I you eau return it to the post ollln aiiip receive Hie stamp value All till rn I deomed and litlltjI ulutions are not cuuurally known and p lIIrKOnumber 1 Nave a Home oj Your i Own We Will Loan You Money jur Loans inure oho follottliij Sjiotlal Ailvnntngw 1 light osptnso iu uhhtinlllK halo I MiOoruto Inhe of lnloroM RNU large Ito meal in Innlt furI w inl In ami worry over fKninll regular nltmlhlI INtyhtenls W Fi ol1M low ns iin ouimUtont AjUh safoty- Y t you urn poifoelly at IHiorly to Iwy na iiiueli us you wish Or at any lingo to pity elf your whole maim ur miy nnimtilorttblu por tiim of It- Huih1lllJt Arneiat inn beaus are Qaximt In Ipay FllroclomIfltJlIo slmaet nnkiinwn- Iersoim wishing ilcwk In time noun ritor oho inokumn Build Injc mul Iwn AasocNitlon should I1Plllvt once to IiKO WAIIItltX SVt et Courier ulllfto A Mother 1VII How She Sand llrr llltlc Uaiichtcr Mfr I am the nmthw of eitUl children mini here had a prral deal ot exiHtriene with mrOifiiini IiHt Summer my little ilauKliir had Ute dyvoutry in ita wtwwt form VV ibuuKlit eho would die 1 trod trythinc 1 could think of left nothing weHHHl to do her any good I IIftJHJrtlmtl Dimirrhs Retnvdy WM highly remora iuonnil and sent and not a IH UU at verybowtl It oII vtt my little daughters life I MM nnxrnut fur every mother to know what nn rxivllMit meutdtw it iill Hud I know- at HM it would have rived me H crtduelIll mixiety and my daughter miieli suff nni Youm truly MM Ono F hiGoI1l ShtN 4tate Lute druggists LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R H DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prcpr Fir dans turnouts buKK s urrryu arrinijcrt safe trains G ti tuiiiir nervcHl with ixiurt and fiolitoiieHM Pa tronage woliritt J1rlNphuoN ID- Splonilid Oath Boot Store Solcolion of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS e Qill anti see our Stock Every thhig up to dat- e1ltur liflPdktl1ezr t Co p 1I I O 1 JaarUaUs1 HueecBior to Wni Dleitclurink DEALRR IM Fancy Groceries and Provisions IIIGKMAN KENTUCKY 4Y PIIBB DI3LIVI3HY a- rrrolopliono No 01 ROB tOIOPhonOBtoro 1 j TVER lacksmilh and Undertaker I HIOKMAN KI3NTQOKY 1IVEiK A THIALwIien you want JJT HlankRinllhliig done or repair in Pagan n lloreihoini n ipeolally I1111110 keep a full line o- fUndortakorg Goods Common Itoiownol end Hollil plea Yshnt Coffinll and Cteee whlob can III tied lip in Abort notice and at reason ilile prices hive ma n call 8u Shop near the Jell r I I IHorsc JIioi Ittirlivr NIiop In till new IrfuliHlo lintel wlipn ran ho fiiinid ipxxl luirber mUli Mini ready Ui mrve you t lssi work Humi towels keen rasiM Well try to youIII R IVY Jot 11 llrmitll II Kllrmlry BENNETT REMLEY h1WIOHNlnSArH- Will W I practice in all Cuurbruwpnlmilly- the Court of Itk kmac and Fulton uuun i Iitwt Mr Ihiuiett opine will remuln in Clinton mind1 Mr ltemleyN iin Hiekimin CITY BARBER SHOP II IroI my old ouHtomnre Ve are liuru to IIAJ NolHHly will appreciate your tryltighnrtnra It U OAIUWKIU H It InWlU f UOWBII Farmers Free Column Under thin hooding will hereafter IKI puliltihed notliMM not to vxaewt 0 liner souls from farness wise Are mibfturib 1nduetsMtrui peK aAfJtlinitelnw 3tsre farwliI 4tfy in Jnilg II It WALRK- KXauMilk Uw oath Hoe jNNMWOHir fur 9Nlo Apply to CX U toes lor Hair Two Roller GUIIra Apply to U U WALKICK Mixed I Paints We have added to our large ilook t OM F1 A X 3XT T S n eoinplotu line ul Ready Mixed+ J lJU1 lt All COLORS 5 and giinmntocd to lio of thd BEST QTIALITSr UIVGIU W UUUIIJII uIt V H Ito Ma4estiRarLg1 The Best in the World I You Cuitiiol TfuUo u UlstuU- ttIti Buyiug One ofl these Kaages Ii Ono of UN Strongest Points In Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bakes Biscuits in 11 MlnutOH Light lirciul In 40 Minnie Buying a Mnjcfltio means it Illotlme of Koonoinlonl booking nil and Kxitiiiluc Them YouMl Iluy tio OUr Bw Birl a2aVlml ei 2C1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I MIAnYII 1 1 HtJJ TOM DILLON Sr Propr rr- lswt Ira G n s1W Marble and Granite Monuments g+ a4 r OURJ3ING ATONE WORK of nil Kinds nON l1BNOINO c o Hiokmn Ey TO THE PUBLIC IInlll engaged in this I linoi of IjtiBmogs ut Union Cily Tann jind carry at nil times a largo and well nlsorted stock of food i11Mi 1 goods in that hue smith nwpcclfiillv wiliHt Ujj TIUALOUD1SUI W WEBSTER I rJA 9PFPIAIlOFFERo PoiFrillI J Vhlskeytut t mark to ImlwMr contrntH When you ric lve it and list it if it is not iwtlHfao torn return it at my expense unit 1 will refund you 8H1XI this U n most liberal otter and I await your orders W It WLHSTEIt Subscribe for the NICK lAN COURIER t s CCSCC e 5 JUST PUBLISHED I E o oo o e o 1i1 fhIRMt1UCofIhtcruxttst pollicnMsiofihecf1 on welch the nation tys ww and arc yet lurntd u o fly 3LLImmamimi I1 AV HrilAKIlilC nail It U M1IIIAIIMU duo Jjirtjo Orlnvu Vtilumo Over 1U- Oliiutrulloin Clulh JUlru It 17 L H JUII PMtav raid on Receipt of 1rloe C This work IIn the production of thrto Ioilvlil ncwiimpor men who havo well performed their labor In an un bluiicd manner giving a full vivid id truthful nocoiint of the most i mnrlEublo onrnpHlnn that ever took o plaro in this country Wlh a free pen and a YURt fund of tInoldunt and record time authors havo prudiind n roost funclnatlnir volume of nlftory rind at the same time a rillrttilo tmand book of facts that will to used as a book of reference far years to come 1lriUCUu Affout AVaulcil for iJHutoujilcU Territory Addrcta THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS Nos 81 33 sect 85 East PonrtU Street Ctuclaaatl Ohio I ee e e e e ee eeee eee 0 M t- tr ir f- Aa L 0 3 Lc 1 z j Jr I i iI i l s ItnllroiHl Time Table N 0 St L It IIIi LKAVKH ptrm M TriU Ttto AIIIUntHlII Local and Personal MixLI A Stone IK WtiIIln Urwm litldVonnMrx MeDanlul IIn rinding Mr Kinma HtolIMM Vnllo Pliant visited 511s Lin da lIunxIcLw that week Mr 1 C Ward of lloelfoot Like wax in tho olty Mon tiny Mnt L Mitchell of St Louis Is vw UingMrH Btuitor Ilolwrts Mm I18 Qua In vlitUnK her dting li ter Mrs fools at LynRvllfe Ky Mr Chnrlto Moier of Now Madrid Mo wails in the oily WedtiKday- MlHI Katie King lIII TWUim her eou in MtM HnMle tiuritat IIn Unto Otttf- Mm Clio Uliutar hot roturticHl nf tir several weeks visit to Doontur Ala MlM Kind Olsen who hw been vM itmtr in Union City IKU returned gone Thai full to nt4 find the hill puce fo niurrow Hs htw the Dines awl impsMiHMcKIndlsteoiOanisvllleIy iM illl eaiertrltu4 Lr 51rI Uwu JtUhate Mr Bd TtHMMM M ftUwMy of P1t- art woo In HiHtHMw ivolhryua lognl1 J1 u ineis Mr Unity MeMwItwi IU to roach uxt gnaton In thU county near Uw mi Te5- MtC t II Dmmktoen n leablag alter lay of hake eminty vfcttMl In Hick nun Utto week Mr and Mra Jabii Ilellnar of Kuuxvllla Taut are vMttug eke row ily ufHMl trier- Mm Jaw Witling relitmol Rant Mulclrn Mo ycwtuttlHy MOUMnMried by Ier hrutlNr IraI Mnt TJ Mniotn of Vnkm Oily is iiinik IIH town Mr Muton Iill nt Daw oi Hprixf rr n fw lan MiiMMay FiM i vMtinff taw hotae f Mr Mary 1UIU at MaytteM h I will rt HMtin MV rut e whii MllHlMW lut buss IB t Louis sal a1 Irrihi week pu bIMlidJ rrlurtHMl Vrdo + rdsy Mi Wm D IVtwell and family of MMI W iKHit BandalD UM city guwte r Mr Mtd Mm J Vf Powell MM U JokMNN sat eUUnn of Iou City who lira lieon TMUng Mm ii HmMtaker will rotors IIMMM Bunda- ygjT All kinds of PrealiallWl Oyotara nun Wild I owls In Kt ran for wile at the IItotlnRU PneklngCo Tvluboue SO Mm W M S mw and dsu titer Mi4t Llta Wt Moadrty for ffllwo WHk Whirr they win ad a fw Hrrkl1Grq JIM W MMyw tad wtla1 UiU fiunty are 8MHHln n weak or twtmt DHWWMI StiriHUN mUtol Mr cad Mm Ii J KaykKHdMlL- TiMt owl rqfMlur H 4iBfe of Uir lh kHMtn HulWimr iVs lass AamoidUoii wilt IMI Hold III eke oourt IMHMW ivxt Tiunaly nlghi IdUa ibeat Walter MMIHMC1 of OIJTIM who wa itkjuml In a rallnwd Heddwt near JBok MIU lust week Iin rojwrlml by tilt IhJll ton Iosder M reowvrlt K Lryeertainly Wit hnve Wall 1a IH r in sleek Ww also hart u IxmHtiful fens of Mwii1 or niKion mtw- WIUOVK HOOK SroNB Want Nor Salo Vw UwnU lust 1uund li UmH spa imported in the Iuunor tutu one cant It word each iiMter Imn 1ttreonal inonttoM fm To murrow the Issue ball pun Ibe tweon the V4mn Blur find the Vt stall OmIt in Wwrt Ilteknwo Krtcnd khep goal will 1411 for fuu end every hotly InvitedMr Salmon n well known farin r uf n mr Moscow and wife leave lItst ttt nlny for AlbageelaeI New M ixioo iNith t ikmtf u restorst iou of thulr health Dr Kmnk Unliw M MW of Dr P j M1 Uahvr of Kulloii has Iwsn ordered frem Uulw to Oh I mi lie served hli roHiitrj iHihly in the SMitMi WHr sod rank IIIIF MIl a mirxiion TJio Indies of the C P Olmroh will hitvon rot rtlldlllutil t hUlll on the Imw hall grounds Wut llloknmn tomorrow t serve the votorstes or the thus and Jrfiy and till others who may kindly jiiitroiilzo tthen TIIVVM TIIXCN I Your City TUXUH huvo boot duo since March 1st Come forward and eottlo tit 01100 Uy HO doing you will MTV U ll- rent am iiiturutit p TOM DILLON JK 01 0 Tho boys who lute boon ntteiidiiiK rollgloim inootiiiKH of the tiunotlHoation jieoplo mill diHturbuiK tho Korvioo art not floll that the law will bo invoked against them if nnoh conduct is porelHt ell in Only Ohristiau louienoy has say od thorn from lino and punt izi ei t Tliuro win a Uvunion of tilt family of bins M K Recto AiiKUHt 1st at the Drown Sulphur HprlngM Thoro worn Oas and sans In law diuiKhtora and daughtors In law grand bhildron and grout grand ohlldron and novorul others t to tjnjoy tho foaot of good grub tied lmo wiitur A orowd of lIlakniuiilUM wunt IllI to tho Iron bridge on Littlo1 Ubion Wod noBdny on S D LutonH llttlo Kiisollno liiunah Imirl mid hadin nnjoyablo ptonlo and llsh fry Tho party coiiflistod of Mrand Mw Luton and children Mr and Mrs It J Ilortwcok Misses Lizzie Luttroll Mario Oroon Willio May and Ilonrlutta Woiirn REMOVED I II UU01IANAN hers moved hit Htook of Dry Goods from tho ground floor tto tho room up stairs over his grocery house whore he wilt continue to soil goods nt cost and loss than cost Entrance Stair loading by Dr Davidsons office turn to the loft Council Proceedlssgn HICKMAN IVY Aug 0 WOO Council mot in regular Kosnion Pros wit Mnyor Dillon Councilmen Cowgill DAT lleclnnun linmird mid Ellison The mlnutos of the last regular meet- Ing Mild Uio called mooting of July J3rd vnru reed nppruvvd and signed Tin following accounts wuro jirosent ed properly approved and on motion uliueloi ordorud Issued for the amounts CowHlll 1 Cowglll Nundriw 3R5 Tout Dillon jr street jfillY roll for weeks vnding July 7lMUlI anti 33th including work and Hup plltw for wattir trough ounda tlon Mllf for runioving hone anal KOdU plpo and conniot Iota for water trough iiJKi 0300 The SupL of Wntor and Light tilunt lulyitalJ i1 Aint collected In July a9ltl- r IBI WCO Aint paid out during July SCWW- INI r In Irwiury AIIIt lit 0807r TOM DnioN JK Supt Heport of Oft Mamhul Ipr July 1000 Tusw eolleotad g WHMI oalluotod lei 00 I hold TranMirar8 roettipt for mmo TON DILUW Jit O M ll wrtof OILy Treasurer for July 1000 OKNKHAL PUNt ACOOLTT- Tfo IL JMW June report 8115180 sari remd of 11 C Holm 6700 MVt reed ofr Tom Dillon jr 80M IstI Ily cheeks paid III July S10A- Iwl to credit Uife account I lUllI crrr IULL ACConW- T1o Iwl 1 HIT Juno report 811M10 amtI reod of II C Helm 1GG2- Ilal to erodlt this account elW7- Nu elHuiuu In other navuuntM W 0 JOHNSON 0T TM f tfolHg reports wore received ordered aprwid uiwu the rodord un i flhuLTto following ordinance whioh WHS iBtrodiwed Nt the lust regular mooting WI Ipltot read HHd on moUun WHS I twadThe ots Councfl of the Oily of lllek- I man do onlala aa follow to wit That It hall be unlawfull for any iwr- ape wlthio the city of HleknwH to uso a MliM shot Uinier air gun or blank tlUtIkIPlaiIILaI sad any jtenwn ao offend hag aboil star eonvietion bo lined not km than One nor inoru than Ten Dollars ruM DILLON SK Mayor II C hUM City Clerk The following ordinance which was introdiioed HI Uio culled mauling on July ICksl whir again read and on motion was ledThe City Council of the City of luck innn do ordain us follows to wit See 1 That it shall be unlawful for persons having any contagious or lufec doa dltmiiHe to apjxmr upon tho streets or Mi Any of the imbue places of thoI tGot fn kmr n null nay pcnou so of fMMtlng shall oonvictlou bo 1414 not taw than live nor more than Ono hundred Dollar Sec 2 That it shall bo unlawful for any penou who has boon exposed to an Infectioiu or r disease au who M in such condition OH likely to eotmnuiilcMto tho dlscaso to others com ing near to conic upon tho streets or hicksnun 1Ky and any person BO offending slwll umm conviction bo lined not less thtin Hve nor nuns thrall Ono Hundred Dollars Sue X That it shall bo tho duty of every tihynlclnn pnictioing in tho olty to notify the Mayor at once upon discov ering any contagious or infectious dill OOAO in tho olty and any physician fall trig no to do shall le fined not less than Twentyfive nor wore than One fund red Dollars Sec 4I That Itslmll bo tho duty of tho Mayor upon noUco of such coftagions or infections disease to cause a yellow lag to bo displayed In n conspicuous place upon tho promises where such dis ease exists and any t erson who shall unlawfully tear dowry or injure said linK shall be fined not less than Twen tytlve nor moro than One Hundred Dollars If tho owner of tho property or the party in posstusslou of snlllo slat fall to keep said Hag displayed until re moved by the propur party ho or sho Khali bo llnod not loss than Twentyfive nor more tlmn Ono Hundred Dollars Sec 6 1ho Mayor shall upon a ccr titloato of tho attending physician or whuro there is none upon a certificate uf tho city physician that all danger ot contagion or infection from tho prom ties or tho person hawing said disease is passed shall cause said lag to bo re moved Sec 0 No person residing on tho promises whore said yellow Hag is dis played shall appear upon tho streets or other public places of tho city without nordanger of persons contracting said dis onso from him or her and any person HO offending shall be fined not less than Firo nor more than One Hundred Dol lars MayorIITho following ordinance was introduc ed road ordered published spread upon tho records and lay over until the next regular meeting Tho City Council of tho City of Hick 1111111 do ordain us follows That on and after tho passage of this ordinance till parsons or firms engaged in the business of soiling by tho whole wile spirituous V1000R or malt liquors in uantitiea of not loss than live gallon ut a tune within mho limits of tho city of Hiokman shall in addition to thor regu him udvalorem tax on nil property in tho oiLy pay a privilege tax of Vivo Hund red Dollars to said city on said occupa tion or trade Said tax to bo paid to and collected by tho City Marshal as all oth er taxes urn paid and subject to tho Ktimo penalties for non payment iw for other taxes duo said city nnd duo and payable at Hume time This ordinance to become a law and take effect on and after its passage A motion way inudo and carried that tho Marshal notify tho Nssh Chat St Louis Railroad Co to repair the cross lug on Fulton street in his city On motion the Mayor was instructed to notify Mr Stnhr to commence work +L with tho road scraper on tho streets of cityA was made amd carried that tho Htcps on Cumberland and Union Streets bo repaired at once On motion Council adjourned H C HELM City Clerk i Mnjllela Enterprise A stool company was organized at Mayfield for lima purpose of establishing u plug tobacco mastery It 11 Gardner an extensive tobacco rehnndler is nt tho head of the project Within u very short while 00000 capital stock WUB Hulwcrlb td The factory will he situated on West Uroadwny in the roomy building re cently vacated by thin Muyfleld Medicine Company Sliilc Siuidujr School CoiiTfiillnn Tho Kentucky Sunday School Associ ation union holds its annual couvtii tion at Bowling Groom Aug 28 W M HoHides tho l vst talent of tho State from all denominations there will bo present Prof II M Hamill intcrnatiou al worker of Jacksonville 111 Rev G 0 tJacknmn general Kccretary of TouuctMeo nUll Rev J IB Turner of 9uvduytevery 100 or fraction thereof enrolled and its pastor who is oxoflloio a dolo gate Besides thcvo every county is entitled 1 to ten delegates at largo Converting tho Jluucsp Uncle HastUH moralizes thus on pres ont conditions in time Celestial Empire Well suh he exclaimed attar car nest attention to tho rending of tho morning paper Dem Chinamen is amasser dun do Spaniels forfightin Doy silo is Do United States other ntej in dar take cm two by two tie dey pig tails together thow cm across the baok fencb un lot em tight it out like cuts 1prcnalmJes at Kent two + over an what you reckon doy done wid nm t Wy day sot ono tcr ketohin rats forum un orddour was rough on r show do workins of Providence IIHpur tit moved do one what wuz in do rico bllln business to pizon de whole fambly altar which ho made his oscupo and prouch do gospol in peace Do only way to convert dam Chinese IB tar kill em futtt un prose duy funeral afterwards I SarOth hI n letvspapur J May field Monitor I Mr John II Cochran of this city had a narrow escape from death at Duke dom last week Mr Cochran is u con ineraial traveler anti was in Dukedom soiling groceries to tho local dealers Ho was sitting at a desk writing and just behind him was a gentleman with n loaded pistol in his hands The weap on was pointed directly at Mr Cochraus back just below leis shoulder blade It was accidentally fired and had it not boon for a folded newspaper tho ball would have struck at the point indicat loclt with fatal results Tho ball struck the paper in a glancing direction aut tlWILl deflected going over Mr Cochrua0 head without touching him Tho escape was an extremely narrow ouo aud Mr Cochran is BO thankful for tho good tho sap x did linn that ho says ho will1 IIUO a subscriber for it as long as ho lives Best of Gold The of Cubit Tho elections in Cuba to choose dole gates to a whose duty will bo to faunou for tho island will occur on Sept 15th Tho order for tho conven tion emanates the author ities of tho United States and recites tho joint of of April 20 1803 to tho effect that tho people of Cuba aro and of right ought to free and and adding that it was not tho intention of tho United States to exercise sover eignty or control over wild island except for time thereof after which tho and control were to bo left to tho people Story of a Slaw form of slavery Qeo D of Mich says My wifo has boon so for five years that sho could not turn over in best alone After using botttcs of Electric Bitters sho Is and ublo to do spells It is a to weak sickly people Cnro Only 50o Sold by all lady or gentle mon for salary yearly and com mission extra Address Liairr Box 10 Ky Prices have boon on my soon bo over 713lt H0 AMBKUO 111 1Uooil CitlctiH of Course I Derry1I0ln1zOMf nearPIU8HowardThuguudrCouriprlunrual Aug Oth t Itlaguuriu ThmM jh an old story to time effect that nu old lawyer guys lima student tho lot lowing to guide him in his naimly When time facts girt on the side of your client but tho law is against lay straw upon tho facts in presenting a ease to the jury Jot if tho timefxsisyourselfto fnotMbothsort to mug the on tthe outer sale rbirds in Wheat fields A from Wichita Kansas says that hundreds of Kansas girls now have a pock tbook toll of new crisp money lillla result of throe weeks work in tho harvent fields this summer Many of thorn have named enough to buy waytowere in the wheat fields this year but from time unmi rous uotines of town going out to io harvest work as contained In the local newspap rx of tho StttU It in Ibelieved Hiat no lit than live hnmuxl women worn thus iiupluy tel The work u easy and the pay it- Itl lair day They can wit on a binder or inowur shock wheat or rake hay just as the old fartnen may wish The days Work u from to sun and tho min treat them with grout reboot awl cour test But time girls will not allow the men to relieve them ot their share of the work i cant lasts iU pro n t and cutoff hue made it agreed favorite with M Shaw Stale Line 2nd hand SOUK second hand Doors STRAY HOUSE A Bay horse una forefoot Hnmller than the other and goo lame wiled unshod COUIUKK OHPICB 4 For Smile HAHHV M Bttisox liar Smile Apply to OTTO at hick man Wagon Factory TOUK PEAS FUn SALE I liavo n large numbor of bushoh of Sloe k Peas on hand and can 1111 or don Aither Whippoorwilli 1or C w Peas AM SHAW State Lino Ky R EL ODO3VC Wkc H wseJ CLINTON STM HICKMAN rKeeps in Stock all of Thixton Millott COB Owensboro Distillery Liquors Old Old Gins Brandias Wines and Beare Proof and Quality itiaraulecd JtiiJ Business conducted according to law Constitution eonstitutioniil convention constitution Saturday from military resolution Congress be independent Government jurisdiction pacification government yearshyWilliams Manchester r helpless two wonderfully improved remedyformelauoholyhenllilohu godsend rundown guaranteed drugghta- WANTEDCapable u permanent traveling position 1000 Expenses Bardwell Price llctluued reduced all SlippersThey 7 BeltCOUl1t iuxiruclioi pmotlcf him blsekgunr attorney dixlsrtch oiuployod girls sun hexlrngproppertfasofClmnibtrlains pornmnunt hIUowg111Druggist lintcrial Windows ohlOlAIp1yat Chestnut t familyhoriio Brisk IlBUTVHOK v all promptly for I Liqil KY Brands Wagon Diadem strictly BecauHO wo havo THE PRICE a Third to a Halt below value Lot 1 2 Lot 3 More Shoes Better Than Those Offered Before REDUCED Lot 98cl1tLadies 8200 and 8175 Oxfords and Slippers Tan 5148bestEverything m our 260 and 300 Oxfords these are all high grades this seasons goods ffS2reduced to = ReOnDea PriDeS on all misses ana onnarens SLIPPERS Lfr The Best Values in all Grades of Shoes HIOE IflYLOB ioR p FOR THE BEST fl- ii GROCERIES Go where they all go wiitf attthe LOWEST PRICES TO Hogers A Threlkelds1 1tJPlOCAlE GROCERY I WITTINGIJ Oln STAND 11Clinton StreetFRESH MEATS Goods DeliveredIreerr Telephone 74 r ii0iEEGroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement t I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please my customers My motto isttGOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office IHelnt1i KVJ n MjSberJl hoacr m db roJJ JJJHi Oliver and Violoa3O Cliill DE lo Tvs 1 Lawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hames Backhands Traces c BUGGIES and HARNESS of tho 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 v w 11- H1 E5 ES tEE57rE3S cfc OO ChKENTUCKY11J L9 i a- J r 4T1 t 1 AI BRYANS PLAIN TALI Discusses Paramount Questions off the Democratic Platform c EVILS pF REPUBLICAN POLICIES t Right of lite People In United Slate and ViMiulred Territories Ilnn- RcrVtf liuperlnllaiii nnil 1111- 1tiirUni The True Ilepubllc In response to the tender of the nom Inntioii for the presidency by the not Ilciitlont otnmit tee or the democracy at Indliinnpolls Wednesday August 8 YllllaniST Hryau mid Mr Chairman and Members of the Noti fication TJbmmlttee I shall at an oarly dy and In n mora formal manner accept tho nomination which you tender and I IIMII at that time tZtcui the Brlous QuellIllfliiH covered by the democratic platform It may not be out of place however to 1 submit W trw observations at this timepupon the general character of the contest I before us and upon the question whichtI Is declared to be of paramount Importance In bWheni content between democracy on the one handland plutocracy on the other I do not nwaneto cay that all our opponent have dellb irately chosen to Rive to organized wealth a predomlnatlng InUuencn In the affairs sCIIthe government but I do aseert that onbi the Important Uvuei of the day the repubturea part11I dominated by those Influences which ettiuitantly tend to irate pecuniary coulde rations and Ignore human rlghthaIn 1IJncoln tmld that the republicana party believed In the man and the dollartbut that in ease of conflict It believed In 11Ieproper relation which should exist Innathe two Man the handiwork of Gmllsolute flrst monty the handiwork of mantlIH nt Inferior Importance Man In the mall ter money the servant but upon all 1maportant question today republican iegiwI tatum tends to make money the ind man the servant The maxim t f Jefferson e iMl rights to all and special privileges to none aril tier redoctrinegovernment ot the people by the poopltand for the tlandtare being used to advance the Interests ofcthose who nln favors IICromI The Uexlre of Democracy The democratic party Is not making arhupon the honest acquisition of wealth Itahim no desire to discourage Industry HOn emjr and thrift On the contrary It givesbto every citizen the greatest possible ulus to honest toll when It promise him protection In the enjoyment of the prodceeds of his labor Property rights most secure when human rights are reIeepected Democracy strives for a civiliza tion In which every member of society will share according to his merits i No one has a right to expect fromoglily more than a fair compensation forFthe service which he renders to If he secured more It Is at the expense of some one else It Is no Injustice to him to prevent his doing Injustice to another To him who would either through classilegislation or In the absence of necessaryJilegislation trespass upon the other the democratic party says Thou halt notbItepabllran Kxcuir Against us are arrayed a comparatively small but politically and financially pow If erful number who really profit by repub lican policies but with them are associated a large number who because of their at tachment to their party name are giving their support to doctrines antagonistic to the former teachings of their own party Republicans who used to advocate blmet allsm now try to convince themselves that the gold standard Is good republicans It who were formerly attached to the green back are now seeking an excuse for giv If log national banks control of the nations paper money republicans who untd to boast that the republican party was pay lookiqgfor iIt creasing debt republicans who formerly abhorred a trust now beguile themselves with the delusion that there are good trusts ot and bad trusts white In their minds the line between the two Is becoming more and more obscure republicans who In times past congratulated the country upon the small expense of our standing army are now making light of the objections which are urged against a large Increase In the permanent military establishment republicans who gloried In our Independ ence when the nation was less powerful now look with favor upon a foreign al t4 liance republicans who three years ago condemned forcible annexation as Im moral and even criminal are now sure that it Is both Immoral and criminal to oppose forcible annexation That partisan ship has already blinded many to present dangers Is certain how large a portion of the republican party can be drawn over to the new policies remains to be seen 4iFor a time republican loaders were In vcllned to deny to opponents the right totcritlcise the Philippine policy of the ad I pi liministrationfound that both Lincoln and Clay assort of ed and exercised the right to criticise abpresident during the progress of the Maxitlean war Instead of meeting the Issue boldly andWsubmitting a clear and positive plan for dialing with the Philippine question tho republican convention adopted a platformfethe larger part of which was boasting and selfcongratulationteIn quex lions upon the country to the exclusion of those which Involve the very structure Cf our government the republican lead irs give new evidence of their abandonment de of the earlier Ideals of the party and all of tlurtr oomplete subserviency to pecun In lary considerations caXo lvulonthIhit they shall not be permitted to ovade a the stupendous and farreaehlrur Issue In which they have deliberately brought Into tht arena of politics WLen the prwldent supported by n practically unanimous li vote of tho houHO and sonate entered pie upon a war with Spain for the purpose ofofaiding the struggling patriots of Cuba tho the country without regard to party ap w plauded Although the democrats recog nized that the administration would neces the eerily gain a political advantage from the conduct of u war which In the very nature of the case must soon end In a the complete victory they vied with the re loae publicans In the support which they gavo has to the president When tho war was over nnd the republican leaders began to suggest the propriety of a colonial policy opposition at onco manifested Itselfpe When the president finally laid beforo the senate a treaty which recognized the In of dependence of Cuba but provided for the ar cuiwlon of the Philippine Islands to the United States the menace of Imperialism became so apparent that many preferred be to reject tho treaty and risk the Ills that any might follow rather than take the chance It of correcting tho errors of the treaty by tho Independent action of this country Trust In the People con J was among the number of those who believed It better to ratify the treaty and beendthe Xoulle for war expenditures and bethtindence which piht IMJ forced from Spain by a new trtAty In view of tha criticism which my ac He I ii tion aroused In some quarters I take thlis occasion to restate the reasons given i It that time I thought It safer to trust the American people to glvo Independence to the Filipinos than to trust tho accom plishment of that purpose to diplomacy with an unfriendly nation Lincoln em bodied an argument In the question when he asked Can aliens maKe treaties rosier than friends can make laws I believe that wo are now In a better pOllI lion to ware a successful contest iigriit Imperialism than we would have been had the treaty been rejected With the treaty ratified a clean cut Issue Iis pre sented between a government by consent and a government by force and ImperialI Isis must boar the responsibility for nil that happens until the question Is MettledI If the treaty had been rejected the op ponent of imperialism would have been held responsible for any International complications which might have arisen before the ratification of another treaty But whatever differences of opinion ma have existed as to tho best method of op posing the colonial policy thero never was any difference as to the great Importance of the question and there Is no difference now as to tho course to be pursued Promises to the Filipino The title of Spain being extinguished we were at liberty to deal with the Fill pinos according to American principle The Bacon resolution Introduced a month before hostilities broke out nt Mantis romised Independence to the Filipinos on the same terms that It was promised to he Cubans I supported this resolution and believe that Its adoption prior to the klnl out of hostllltle would hreve prevented bloodshed and that its adop ion at any subsequent time would have nded hostilities It the treaty had been rejected tnllldII erable time would have necessarily before a new treaty could have een agreed upon and ratified and during hat time the question would have been I agitating the public mind If the Bacon resolution had been adopted by the cenate nd carried out by the president t the time of the rattflonlloo of the or at nay time afterward It wouldI ave taken the queslbm of Imperialism t ut of politics and left the American pee pie tree to deal with their domestic probtime But the resolution was defeated by he vote ot the republican vice provident nd tram that time t this a republicanI has refuted to take any adlerI In th mattereCowardly Accusations When hostilities broke out at Manila publican speakers and republican editsore at once sought to lay the blame upon those who had delayed the ratification 01ahe treaty and during the progress of he war the same republicans have ae used the opponents of Imperialism of glv ng encouragement to tJ Filipinos Thisrs cowardly evasion of responsibility nIfold the Philippine Islands permanently nd Imitate European empires In the government of colonies the republican party ught to state Its position and defend tt ut It must expect the subject races to protest against such a policy and to resistaI o the extent of their ability The Filipinos o not need any encouragement from Amr now living Our whole history hasi lheIi prtpsr dilipinoscondemn the speech ot Patrick Henry e When he uttered that passionate appeal- sGive me liberty or give me death he- xpressed a sentiment which still echoes n the hearts of men Let them censure of all the talesmen of history t none have used words BO offensive to those B ho would hold their fellows In political Let them censure Washington who declared that the colonists must choose between liberty and slavery Orothe statute of limitations has run againstithe sins of Henry and Jefferson and Wash- Ington let them censure Lincoln whose p Gettysburg speech will be quoted In de tense of popular government when the present advocates of force and conquest are forgottentSome one said that a truth once spoken ean never be recalled It Is truengoes on and on and no one eon set a limit to Its ever widening influence Hut It were possible to obliterate every wordI written or spoken In defense of the prln clples set forth In the declaration of In dependence a war of conquest would still leave its legacy of perpetual hatred fort was God Himself who placed in everyo human heart the love of liberty Ho never made a race of people so low In the scale t civilization or Intelligence that It would welcome a foreign master Lincoln said that the safety of this nationowa not In Ita fleets Its armies or is fort but In tue spirit which prizes liberty and- the heritage of all In all lands gheregtheyplanting the seeds of despotism at their own doors Those who would have this nation en hernot only the effect of Imperialism on the Filipinos but they must also calculate its effect upon our own nation We cannot repudiate the principle of selfgoverndment In the Philippine Ing thit principle her- oParalysing Imperialism kt Even now we aro beginning to see thetparalyzing Influence of Imperialism Heret I fore this nation has been prompt to ax Trees its sympathy with those who wore r- ghting for civil liberty While our sphere activity has been limited to the west ra hemisphere our sympathies have not een bounded by tho seas We have felt due to ourselves and to the world as ell as to those who were struggling for proclaimgfromlt Ifi every contest between humantghts and arbitrary power rs of a century ago when our nationI l I was small the struggle of Greece aroused our people and Webster and Clay ii GAve eloquent expression to the universal sireI for Grecian Independence In 1900 l parties manifested a lively Interest the success of tho Cubans but nowm when a war is In progress In South Afri which must result In the extension of e monarchlal Idea or In the triumph ot republic the advocates of Imperialism n thlll country daro not say a word In pi behalf of the floors Sympathy for thewBoer does not arise from any unfriendnness toward England the American peo arunot unfriendly toward the people r any nation This sympathy Is due to u fact that as stated In our platform e believe in the principle of selfgovern ment and reject as did our forefathers claims of monarchy It this nation surrenders Its belief In the universal application lip of the principles set forth Inhdeclaration of Independence It the prestige and inlluenco which It enjoyed among the nations as an cxwponent of popular government Our opponents conscious of the weakeness of their cause seek to confuse tm rialism with expansion and havo eventdared to claim Jefferson as a their policy Jefferson spoke so freely tadthat no one can be litnorant othis views t- On ono occasion he declared If there ono principle more deeply rooted than other In the mind of every American Is that we should have nothing to do with conquest And again he said Con- Quest Is not in our principles It U In l8tsnt with our government t- illlKlit Kind of IxisflhiNlnlvibThe forcible annexation of territory to g governed by arbitrary power lifters us much from the acquisition of territory to w built up Into Htates ne a monarchy dif ill- rs I rum a dempuracV Ttw democratic iparty IJOIII not oppose expansion when n- uxpuiHlon enlarges the area of the repubsand Incorporates land which can be In sottlrd by American citizens or adds to tobecomeqUIIIIUonI Texas and other tracts which have been secured from time to time enlarged the republic and the constitution followed the yrImsed3 ready more densely populated than our own country And to force upon the people n I warItW the argument that this earth belongs ItotheOftheaifIncitizensIhereIDIlivehave tried to colonize In the same latitudeThe Netherlands have controlled Java tori 300 and Isthantered 5OWG aYininper cent of the people of India are of Eng eUritishcollectors iiIhUlppineidyetthere were less than 10000 Spaniards re siding In the Philippines IIhallIa fe taskmasters and a few office holders an an army large enough to support ttTo atthority of a small fraction of the ycoyl while they rule the natives Increase In nKlllar trosy mUltBitwhichof the Philippine Islands will justify th seizure of other Islands and the domlntloa of outer people and with wars of oont quest we can expect a certain If not rapidI growth of our military establishment t That a large permanent Increase In our rtpubIIcanI jecture but a matter of fart In his niM prldtrto tne 4anu toIthe president asked lor four time thsJorteeny and a republican house ot reureC aSthef when sit Imperial policy Is lOCtmplated but not openlyI avowed what may peet4 If the people ntouraR the belSn party by Indorsing Its policy at the peun1ar panted by compulsory service a tof Irritation but It IB ever a mtll1R o a publican form of government Thrmy is the personification of force and militarism will Inevitably change theltjaal of the people and turn the thoughts of ou young men from the arts of iesee to tia wlleklIelllikely to be jut than one which his seIdlrn I quipped and well disciplined state militia are sufllrlent in ordinary times and In asS ruttrasJ I volunteers who come from all ooeupetmw S I t their country tall and return te pr I durtlve lebnr when their survive are S longer requlrromn who tight wber the wlleRtheMulu of the Filipino Ihalthe1 at American sovereignty and e have I right to demand of the republican leadIiI re a discussion of the future slnlulrthe Filipino Is he to be a citizen or aI ubject An we to bring into the body 1polltle 80 X 808 or Hi000UUO Asiatic peI different from us In race and history thatamalgamation U impassible Are they ansihapingrepublican of prominence baa been bellt ssroioaitienThe i- enate Immediately after the ratification f the treaty expressly negative thl The democratic platform describe the situation when It says that the Kill inos cannot be ctUzens without endan gerlng our civilization Who will depute t It And what Is the alternative IIf the t Filipino la not to be a citizen shall w him a subject On that quMtlon he democratic platform speaks with em phasl It declares that the Filipino an ot be a subject without endangering twr I form of government A republic can w have no subjects A subject Is possible U only In a government resting upon for he Is unknown In a government deriving Its Just powers from the consent of the governed The republican platform asthat the largest measure of elfgovrn ment consistent with their welfare aol ur duties shall be secured to them thO Filipinos by law This is a strange d trine for a government which owe IH very existence to the men who offers s their lives as a protest acalnst govern I without consent and taxation with d ut representation In what respect doei to the position of the republican party dlllorIIfrom the position taken by the In 1776 Did not the Hnglushgpromise a good governmentro the colonists What king prostIscd a bad government to his p pleT Did not the English govern ment promise that the colonist should ave the largest measure of selfgovern ment consistent with their welfare an4oEnglish dutle Did not the Spanish gwAernment promise to give to the the largest measure of selfgovernmrnt with their welfare and Spanish uties The whole difference between A rUrI r o be a good government In a republic he people secure for themselves what I they believe to be a Rood government I he republican party has accepted lb Ftl taopanlruler ftaThe President vni the Only law The republican platform promises that fsome measure ot lfKi vernm iit u tn l iven be to the Filipinos by law but rv UI is fulfilled Narl isontnsI reaty before the adjournment ot congrjs last June and yet no law was pad UM rrofn the ziiiuippine islands whervr she American authority extends Why does iluponlaw would disclose the radical departure orn history and precedent contmpUted ing druThePorto Rican bill was an Indication fofproIe upon this subject U the Purto iii ensthta ho welcome annexation are to be jeied thu guarantee of our constitutiopse what Iis to be the lot of the who anesistednces could compel a disregard of our pilnarduty toward friendly people living sesr our shores what treatment will thoiw Mmtj Influences provide for unfriendly pplela nlIthcaneople against the great monopolies wMoll ofaverarhowtllolIlplnolaiting to exploit the Islands 1 IH the sunlight of full citizenship to U by tho people of the Inlteri Hfate and the twilight of emlctlzen hin en4wunes by the people of Porto Illro whileahe thick darkness of perpetual Ifalag cover tho Philippine The Port HIM riff law asserts the doctrine that tm of the constitution IH ijiiiio the 45 states The democratic party putes thU doctrine and denoum udiitorepugnant to both the letter and spirit oj our organic law There Is no piar u ystem or government for the deplltourun rbitrary nrd irresponsible hewer That lie the leaders of a great party shouM Malm1 for anyflresldent or congreMM thi right tel in people as mere p 1555S4 lofla and deal with them unrmrrainrdj nighihowsfrom the ancient landmarks and irificairJ Ilay3 Ioberateiyephen- orflry and preparatory and M chief ecurity a citizen of a territory has ig rouell the fact that ho enjoys the same coasl ultutlonal guarantees and Is lIulIJHt to tie name general laws fs a oilmen of n Mite Take away this security and him rjhts will be violated and hfs Interest Mcrlflceil nt the demand of those whtlmve t tltlral Influence This is the evil of the lonlnl system no matter by what nation it I applied Title lo the Philippine What U our title to the Philippine Is Nndii Do hold them by treaty or by 100toconquest Td wo buy them or did we I i t isle to theta Were they thrown repubIIIi wjien that earth is molded by the l ivlne hand and stamped with the like n ss of the Creator It beoome a fixture nd passes with the soil If governments I do rive their lust power from the tOn trnt of tho governed It Is Impossible to sveuro title to people either by force otS- W purchase We could extinguish Spain I ttle by treaty but If we hold title weI inuit hold It by some method consistent with our Ideas of government When we I wade atlle of the Filipinos and armed disputedJOare not Innocent purchasers Hut even if we had not disputed Spain title she could transfer no greater title than she hid and her title was based on force clone We rannot defend such a title but LA Spain gave us a quit elalm deedt wean honorably turn the property over to anydtorII notIefKiHntnosi t ill knowledge that they were fightingcfir their own Independence and I that history furnishes no example oftturtrttud1 baser than Olin It we now yokefjiItnte iisrHut duty is not an argument It Is a conU s luoton To ascertain what our In any emergency wII must apply wellvsttied end generally aroeptetl principled it I our duty to avoid stealing no matter mheihtr the thine to be stolen I of grestoor intlf iIte1 It ii our duly to avoidekilling It human being no matter where the hurn hfntr lives or In what reOfltlcli h belongs Kreryono recognizes thnwweiI WP to nations It naY not b set of purI t uuole the netnten of other Jet feri m than whom there I no higher po iniil uthority 14hI know of hut on code of morality fer m n whether acting singly or eolbjc tIItKnnklln whose toarnlnc wisdom and t1rtu are a pert of the prtcetee legacy revolutionaryfstronger language why he said Justice U so Mrtclly due ttetwofn notghborfI J mbtwr when he plunder in it gang its I J whtll Iy and the sasilen that mAke- unjuSt I an war ii only a greet gangtForce Creoles ho RIght MM m4y dare lode In crowd what they wuiii not dr te do a IndlrtdtMut but sk nmral character of an set Is sot e t rII lottewh e llIer et created a rticnt It it WH tru u rtn Ured la the revolutions of in truC1i crgufti taken from the detUratlon ofIt11 iidrnir it Is equally true that I allIin Ire Im Was not based upon their ptcinnty to the Inlted States tier languag which thy spoke nor yet upon aI th n r at race to which theyhe4osgad fwuredihuiadiphle In 1m wine still alive awl 4pltcabl to the Cubans pi ItIPUlptotJIsay a rich o liberty and thg the tatter boss no right w a theIfree and Independent what right have we W to force our government upon them with o out their connent il tere our duty can be t ascertained their rights mutt be deter mused and when their rights are owe de k saheto respect the rights of the people or Cuba m or the dut of Knulaml to respect the I right of the American colonists HlKtita nItrllJhtwhichklil those who following the example ef our forefathers love liberty well enough to fight for Iti slvreameLhattielirotherI Lot frayFestroyedaered that It will never be tketi ozepiwhen neen to vaommittedbe committed If It IIs saul that we have aumed before ha world obligations which make It necesary for us to permanently maintain a In the Philippine islands I eply first that the highest obligAtion ofhis nation Ila to be skationboonationsabandonmentJ whichur AntiIhoFnlplno who Inhabit T1Rraterowe to foreigner who have a temporary ldene In the Philippine or desire to red thereehCapacIty of lf2orerninrnl ItItstreI evIhtUUksontrilofthematreport to the navy department d the FIllDlno more capable of sell than the Cuban and staid at he based his opinion knowl antlfhteraef the lIIplnO Henry Clay In defend tillAmerlmsaidIt man too Ignorant to govern himself Their partisan assort his adpostrni universal assent to the proposition Is then remanded to partIcular nations m tnryand our pride and our presumption too tOoftenboitt It la to arraign the disposition otarHimself to suppose tlmt 11 as crested beings Incapable of govern themselves and to be trampled on by king Selfsovernmetit Is the naturalgovern men t of man Clay was right There are degrees proficiency In the art of olfgovern ment but It is M reflection upon tha Crea I arrtoasolmitand that others are not thnvd that the capable people have a right seize upon and govern the InlJpablo an d you make force bruto farcethe lafaign of the despot I am not will g to believe that an allwise and an lloving God created the FIlipinos and anden left them thousands or years helpless until tho Islands attracted the attention rule wt1UCIubllcm pathepetlhllllplne1 pievepertrOlltd liaeho visits the City of Mexico finds thero wllBlntaseetizentodNdas signed American authority withdrew Grande and I aroplnoniplo of Mexico have made more progress and ofifgoveramontmado under a carpetbag governmont held The orgdaptrongpnhavepOIthedUicuUod as benevolent asslmlla n llesponslbtlltr nt the Nation much IfCanKOukedondo eon do whatever It desires lo do but It lutist accept rtponalblllty for what It IloeI If tile constittitloit stands In the waJthoPeoPle can amend the Vent the nation can do whatever It dIreto do but It cannot avoid the natural And legitimate results of its owns conduct ii- young man upon reaching his majority can do what he pleases Hu can the teaching of his parents he cuts ran vie upon all that he host been taught I Ifs consider sacred he can disobey the lat of the state the laws of society and theI upcshisto his fellow men and he can bring li father and mother In sorrow to the grays but he cannot annul the sentence The wages of sin II death ndo with thlIs nation It IIs of one and It can do what It pleases It can spurn the traditions of the ipast It can repudiate the principles upo fl- whicth the nation rest it can employ force IInstead of reason It ran substitute might for right It can conquer weaker people It can exploit their l nds appropriate their propertyi and kill their people but It cannot repeal the moral law or escape the punishI ment decreed for the violation of hums rightWould tyrannyNorOtltWholibertyHII wonMakr llabylonII Some argue that American rule In th Philippine Islands will result In the bette e dlvlai policy we shall not find It to our mi edutedt modhewe are to govern them without their con ent ansi give them no voice In determining net41tcosttiulioiis for our lncoistencrThe principal argument however id- aneesi by tluMe who ester upon a t C r OreFIrM Improve the pewsen I- ppentanlty to become a worM power and politicsiWnnd Interest ta he PhlNwliM lelasssl sad ta tne i seaI1 IIIapernMnenilyThird tlsaitiaslgloscoIotMI1titlltreat frotn ike poetllon which the satisT- Th I Uken nmt oricwment tM IHWrwtoetl to the nation1 nrMe and the OCNMM to the naionp pockeiboon The lWN IIs Intended rrtltellroivlb of n Prlnelple It Iii arJ1lDtftII rortItbeMraebustoomutaed neoaHM OUT decUratteti of ta dependenre Wall prontnlRutod other have palrtofve for It becauee our ronelllutlvn hlnellIMneeishadwagtksiltonsorybaa I conspivamongi history serb M no other nation baa toheckm sot wIlling that thiS nation snail met 181IP1 erHs that have risen and fallen tn w time is The permanent ehalrMan of the lest re pubHuan nntlsmal convention preeenied the litg we II MKsroganihe rest we regard Ute welfare of the Amen t ourIvtrade etprtn 4en Ilv every teglllmale I ean within the province of nvernmnt and constitution we mmn to sllmulalD eanew t r itlMeIInbPt IIUrtheIntded both ef these propoelllnn When ord Howe aerted that the act of par amont which brought on the revolution ere nece ary lo prevent American trade om raising Into foreign channels franklin replied i obtRlnfn s luable stosyor is an object for which bIoItlI n xtI t foedI f anllII ier this Will a ralnst us therefore a th unjust and unwise c JonlnkllnI T against the sordId doctrine of those who l would put a trice upon this life of an soldier and Justify a war of t payhoJIRrI I v otradeeans ever not willing to make mer ensilse of human bloodstHut n war of conquest Is as unwise an o U unrighteous A harbor anti coaling i ation In the Philippine would answer dhiiItudrtrade today with every part of he worldOd our commerce has etpundml more h pidly than the commerce of any Hurst ItChinave not absorbed the republics of Cen H- trnl and South America hut we trade with them It line not In nllir to be have tiny political connection with Sui s or the nations of Hump In order to on ade with them Trade cannot be per d- anenly profitable sinless It III Ohm When trade IIs secured by force the I lt of securing It and retaining It must I taken out of the profits and the profit I a never largo enough to rover the ex jfnddgItaijlvilsm Imperialism would be profitable to the I- my cOUl1ThtA It would be profitable b the ahlpownar who would curry live dier 10 thc PhilippIne and bring dead soldier back It would be profitable to tl who would Idzo upon the franchised It would be profitable to the officials whose salaries would be fixed here and I id over there but to the farmer to tho n pthosewould brinK expenditure without return risk without reward Farmer nnd laboring men have all a small Incomes and under systems ich place the tax upon all onumptlon tli y more than their fair share of the ex it nses of government Thus the very peo who resolve least benefit from Im ialism will be injures most by the mil I m ry burden which accompany It I In thofarmerI hall be the tlrlt to suffer If oriental subjects k work In the united State the tint n suffer It American capital loaves our thoIhlllppinell no redolence which the military spirit arouses flimperialism potI anizations have been quick to note the i proach of these dangers nnd prompt to vc test against both militarism and Im sh byhelikelyto be Ii emphasis all the religious argument w what has been termed tit gunpowder of hilytht member or one branch of the Christian church but the prlnelll involved IIs one ot snuck wisler application anti ohsalienges serious consideration The religious argument varies In positIve heaR from H passive belief that Irovhlenee- It delivered the Filipinos Into our hands for their good and our glory5to tho exultation ourhttoIl I I uRderilftiu who wo are and list every bullet sent every conflicts shot and every flag waved meats righteousness Nil UnlllnR lostp IIIWe rannot apprqve of Isis doctrine In one place sinlee WII one wiliing to apply everywhere It there is pollen In the blood of tho hand It will ultimately reach tue heart It Is equally true that for lbla Christianity if planted under the tVmerloan hag In liii tiltaway orient will sooner yr inter tie trisnplantet upisms Ameiciti soil If true Christianity consists in carrying out In our itchy live use teachings ot Christ who will say that we pine command ed lo civilize with dynamite and proselyte with the iwurd lie who would declare the Divine will must prove his authority either by Holy Writ or by evidence of a- peeial ilisnensalon The command Go- y into sill the world and tireach the Gospel to every creature ha no Galling un attachment hin Jesus visited a village of Hi marls and the people refused lo receive Him otne of the disciples suggested that fire mould be called down from Heaven te avenge the Insult but the Mister no tHikiHi them and saul Ye knew not what manner of spirit ye are of fur the Son of liverI but ta it ve them Suppose He hail We will thrash hens until they understand who we are how different woukl have been the history of Christianity ompere If you will lie eweggorlng Pal lyIng brutal doctrine of imperialism wilts In sleidee ltd MI the command menu Teu halt luve thy neighbor as thy lAtve not force wea the weapon of the Nazarene siscrlke tar others not the ex plallaltnn nf them was ill method ef reaching the human heart A nlsk nary recently told mae that the tars stud trip once saved Isle life berauee hi assailant recognized oar deg sa a nag that had no Mood upon It tat It be known that our mteetonertett are seeking souls instead at sovereignly let II tte known that Inttend of icing the advance guard of conttuert- anrv ihey or going forth to kelp estei to uplift having their lain girt cheat with prparalostrorryithethey ire Ih citizen ot n nation which respect the rights of the citizen of other nations as carefully a It protect the rtfhi iflvetttothan the welcome eitended to In mission ar ef any other nation he argument mad by torn that It was unfortunate tar the nation that It IhsIpplnisIslands ifbeeatdM1ilshddslsglhuiippiaoislands AmerIrani pramusedMenusdesnvwrelxfily over the Islands thai Mac peeldontthe Can of tne Cuban republic Is reedy o rtoe IH its place letter a thousand limes aigrepsubitoshouldAn llonnrnble olnllan staSislieforth In tao democratic platform and It Is MibmtUed with conneWne lo the Amen Indot In extraordinary eton a soon as I am 1mmdIetmat to establish a liable term of gov ernment In the PhlhpfJlne Mand Joel aswe are now eeUMUbinc a tabe torso of- gevoessilteet In the Island of Cubai MO dad FiMpliseat protesthewhile thee work out their destine ut ofControlu buNS W aucinn pledged to peeled Cuba An BuratMMn protevtarate allots byhegive ta the notion prelerted the adv n Ithehissbeenand yet It has Imposed no pecuniary bur den upon us Alter the Fthplnos had ski ed 0 In the won aralnst Spain we could not honorably turn them over to ihoir ormer masters w could not leave thorn toignswe do stat desire lo make them a port efus er to hold them as subjects we pro givehemajulnil molestation from without shen our opponnnta are unable to doend their Htsilion by argument they fall back upon the assertion that It I daetlny and Insist that we must submit te It no matter how much it violates moral pro governmenthis literate the distinction between right awl natIonsheDestiny U the subterfuge of Use In ertebrate who iecsng site cfurage to- ppose error eM seine plausible caruso on supporting it Washington said that the destiny of the reoubn n germ al guy- runsent was deeply It not finally seabed n this experiment irtrute to the Amen con txvuple How different WahlMKton detlnlllon of dtlny from the repuotlcati tlmtlun The republicans soy taut this ation Is In the hands of destiny Witch belUvetl that not only this destiny t ussr own notion but the destiny othoe- publIcan form of government throfuhUt the work was Intrusted to American hand Wn hmgton was rlicht The destiny of this republic is in the hand of- s own people upon the success ol tine- xponimemsi here realm the hop of human y No exterior force can disturb this republic and no for Tin inMuxuw enouHl permitted to chspte It caure What the future has In ate tor in nations na hu authority to dctar tit ems9s in ivitiuai Isas his own ra oi the nesofls nilsion unit he owe n u his imoiiy as well as ta himself lo Kinmbutr as tat ha nay to the fulfillment oi that tatsetumi- Mr i Chairman and Urniunu n o the Committee I ran never fully dtsi hunt lIsa ebt of gratitude which I owe to my voun invn ur tiiv honor Whit it hey uv MI gnerouly livciowed upon me but sirs whether It ho my lot lo occupy the high tilee lor which the convention has named e or to neiui the rwmnstinler of my dys- n private life It shall be my oonslnnt am ptuit OIKI in cuntionliiK purpose to a u tt renllzing hte high ideals of those wltosa broughthitsI van clmflv of a national destiny sun passing the glories of the prevent and tho roeponsliihiieaOailllltiPS of this future llehold a repub e resting securely upon the foundation tones quarried by revolutionary patriot from this mountain of oturual trutn i ru public uppiyintc in practice and proclultn fng to tha world tine selfevident proposi hatheythat governments are Instituted among men to secure these rights that governs eats derive their just power from tha consent of the governed Ilehnld n republlu which civil and religious liberty stimu tes nil to earnest endeavor anti In which tho law restrains every hand uplifted for a neighbor Injury u republic In which every citizen 1is a sovereign but In which one cures to wear n crows llehold a public standing erect while empires all- round are bowed beneath the weight ot their own armament a republic whoso ag U loved while other tings sire only ared ilehald n republic Increasing In ittliuenceon and htsaletsing he coming of a utsI real brotherhooda republic which antatoeruclesitsspiration to those who sit in darkness surelycoming arbitertbatory like the path of the just U as r shining light that shlneta more ami ore Into the perfect day I = J iJ 1 III ttJIJrA v T 1 I r tM tae I N ilN r j r i AMERICANS AMBUSHED A Lieutenant and 15 Men Attacked by 300 Filipinos All Worn Ifftitier Klllvl Wounded Or Inkru lrbonorsLleultla- loltvr lit UIIIIt A liOliK the liiitlrr WMlrfngtsn Aug 11Gun MHOAr thur reported Saturday that Islam AlntftofciQr nail 1ft min vure attacked by 100 Ih tirg nt8 near San iMtlrn Luzon on August 1 and tin entlro Ijwrty tinker hilled wounded or capj tiirod Qin MsaArthurB dlaptitoh was as followttMstHlUi a11g 4 Afljiitflni OfJirmll Waahlnftom lint Ileutlotautter uorjm of eng iuera Unhwl Stats nr my escort of 1C lawn attacked Au lust 1 road botwMM Man Miguel del Majrumn Luzon Inv Nun Iuflro cru son by arnifd band of InaargunU rue partyIslllwlKUMTroop II cUt arairj Utah ant 1Ickhr- 11tiundedClmrlea M Xowuinn wound In arm mrloiwj Walter Brow w wounded In arm wrteos Co A battalion tliglnemn U S A Brtwanl Long woMiMltNl IN nfcdoMtsw twrfoHs Captured LltfHI AmtBtftter Co A ivoryTArthur dates Chart J1 Fucksiiifcr Kdward J Cramer i+nrge Knaun WlUfem Jt Oorrity John Congklln Un P IVOP aid Joseph TseaIIcy Tnn wouudd wre sent to flan Is ndro whk a not amtqanclHg UM prii on ra would be well treated Lieut W Jo Alataettar II R native of Onto from which state he wan appointed to the IIInI11June tl KM Ilr irevivcd kU present eommiMton Jsw T lal7 Manila Ann G1Ire bas been an tacmwe of inantirrnt nfrthlty dur sspeMlly1Hupon toad parlim Pint Llcnl Al HUrttw of the engineer eorpn with an twort of 15 men one taker In am lruah IIn the prorlnr of Neava I IJa IjMMM bjr a large form TIe Amw IIona fMfhtf unlit UKatr ammunition NL gone Gall UK Utojr were Mtrrownd rd three wan nothing to do but smr nMMlirr One man sauces kllkrd awl throe wero wowndnl Den IICHHO who nag In command of the Haar Brntd irtMmwl tlw womtdMl wjth n loiter irombdnf to treat tea lase then won Utmt UoHon llnkwlrar watt ambwaked sad killed near Manta Lagunaainfantry I gArtMI IB Swum QitjH bit 6 g itc IlIMHIIUi thltJ IiUhtfriIauvw men tnital the enptors Itlt Wttml lv- Cnjrt Lam of time MnnUn native imMfe wnn iUiss rsninIy alai by an thejrinlvs nmwnf the Filipino aome ot Avboin has king tkrratraMl ye I pwae Lars had bwh BTSvrranv se 0HSM11 of yroM corruption In oHta aluthiA FARMERS TRUST A SOAMjn4MNI Ciiinimiir lrnjecileil WrirrSnttiir In He llntnlilUIir u In HnMcru Cltlr Topaka Ken t1 LTheI8rma Jtm of n tuiieMiloMii farmer tnui Jo control trtrea of all natural pro datta la Ute object of a national eon fcruHfu if farmura aid fatUnvra or irnnlMtlona haA hoc oa leil1 to mwt jn Toneka Auguat 7 Iby Jawen limit cur of folk Htnuctary of the farm era fvdeniHoit It I roMi d to or gasie1 a aorporailini with tsoiiooOOO mpital with shares of 10 tweh toch fprmi r ItohUHtr n share I Itoll IftUHl to njoj an tko privilege o- fjhe trtlBt Varihon e era to he ttabNkofl In sucnrul of the Inrpor cat JIM ihrtHjjjh schlep nil aKrioiiltmal prnMiwtH smrr tn IM Imndlod nnd Mold The prnmoti believe they can thiu Control priers of form prodnctK Ilxj utoek ti to be handled In the mtna way NAMES OF FALLEN ONES Gen Sln Ap Iinr Cnlilr the Vninm of Clar illlr l and tVuuadrd ut Hie- lliilllo of Ilrora VVflKHlHgton lug 3 AmoiifT the RUMltltHi r portfl In the Oth ITnltwl Klnt m infantry at KirnTain Chlnii On July 13 Itmt the follouInn ure rj ported liy Gcn MncArthnr The lett- NM N It menu nearest relative Mnxlrlnn Barry K KlllH vnllKtcil In clnnati X It C K Kills MnnchcHtor 0 Jodcph MaMahon minted Clivv lnnd 0 soldiers roalilciifo Vernon Jniiotlon O Uiiimm L 1urtlan env hinted 011 City 1n N K lanes C Jarlnn Itirnln o Owcnr 0 llson env- 71etm1 Inillann ollB Intl N K Christ IJn lemnn llmitliitftan Intl DntiHiTunit AniiroliUt Arrmlcil Paris Aug 6Tie French polio Imvo nrrtwted nt Ahbcvlllu Ac imto Palette n dnnpcrous nnnrolilMl who la opposed to pure been the II1HIIi rrntor of jSnlsanM attempt upcm the ahuh of IVmlB stoUt left totiwi lm initltwtely after the urlme ICtntr AJpxniulcr wedded IJolKxinl Aug O1Ing Alexander Sunilny wedded Mail Drngn Mnnchln the ceremony being performed with great pump In honor of the event the king grunted an nmnvxty together with numerous political INtone a INDIVIDUALITIES James Dumnnilr tho jtrosont pre mier of llrlttah Columbia U known there an the Silent Premier because while n member of the provincial leg Uialure for two yeur he never dellv erod a speech A louvenlr of Mr Gladstone hobby an an amateur woodsman connlstlng of a chip from an elm whloh he felled et llnwurdcn in I860 wee told for five khllllnga In a London auctionroom re gently Hx onntor Matthew C Butler and a few frlondn recently celebrated the thlrtyKlxth annlvertary of tho loss of the South Carolinian leg at the battle of Brandy Station during the civil war The senator was ener talned at dinner ut Uelmonlcoi New YorkThat the dignity of the supreme bench In eometlmo burdensome is illustrated by a remark made by Jus tice llrewer to a Worthington olllcldl rime juttiac was about to take hum va oration nnd ho said I um glad I am going to a resort where 1 can wear one gallui no collar and roll up my pants The Jxjndon Morning Posta mill tary expert whose d duptloni from South Africa were nine times out of ten directly opposed to those of the war ofllae and usually correot and whore nrtlclfi were telegraphed toIthe leading journals throughout the world IIn a civilian named spencer Wilkinson He line h fine head wears n full bean and looks like n scientist When the war broke out he wan dra matte critic of the Poet Mtitchteba All Gerrouh Is the name that All Fcrrcuh Boy the Turkish minister has given the youngster that WRit torn recently at the Turkish la gntlon at Wanhlngton Mme Per route heywho came to thin country with her husband last winter in the first THrkUh woman of her rank ever permitted to come to the United ButeK It being n special favor of the sultan to allow her to accompany her bwslwnd on his last return to Wash ington where he hoe represented his government since 1SOI LOVERS WALKS IN BRITAIN llothetey has a famrfus lovers walk IU abedlnwu In summer line made It a favorite slotj for many other persona than sweethearts In Derbyshire near Duxton there is a renowned lovers leap The story goes that a maiden who had quarreled with her sweetheart In a fit of despair threw herself over time clIlTa Into the rocky gulf below The tale whether true or net has survived for over a couple of centuriesIt Wen estimated that there are at least a eouplt of hundred lovers walks in treat llritaln all of wfclch storyLI IOnf one leas rvac jpul Tjeen ItaM n8frIJ to try to eooHt time number One of the most resiowaed Is that at Motlook tbo beautiful Derbjkhlro town The beautiful Spencer road at Hyde ol1thaIRIr1 become kiown as the Lovers Walk imply beravsc there Will hardly n pair of lovers In Ityd but wed It for their repetitions of the oUt old story tNOHf h the antberltles never teemed to favor the name but lease always rev erred to It otlMally as Spencer road One Xlah tnwn can boast of liar Ilag a munlelpal kiverV lens This IIs Illsckbnrn In I ncashlre It Is a wind lag walk arehed In by tall trees bore dered by old stones and kept trim sad tidy Here the girl from the mill or factory listens to tsaute old tale and It thrills her just as much as it does the daughter of an earl who hears It under thelofty elms at Rvdc aiAltlvllT UIIIUUT Cincinnati Aug C- CATTLI6 Common fS M cTh 4 35 Soloet butchers ft 15 n 5 S3 CALV1CS IKxtmB 7 S 110 IIOOS Soleot packers b 38 G 40 MixedI packer 3 an- SIIRKP A SChoice 4 10 HI 4 so LA IliSExtrae C 10 n 0 15 FLOUR Spring pat 4 00 Q 4 to 7514CORNNoJ I 2IVnYnYltXo I 53 Si11 M WV4LARD t 07ViIIUITKRChoice crennury c II QO1OTATOKSj TOHACCO Xew 100 1Q 75 Old 4 00 hJ14 75 CllleAqpIFLOUR Win patent 8 so TB 4 00 W1IIWT Xo I red 70V4 77- Xd V 3 spring 71 7y 3614OATSsoRYl 4SVi h 4014 I PORK Mtw 11 60 frll 81- LAI1 Slonin f 80 0 SIVf- cNBW YORK- V1OUliWlmm I jmtunt n 85 II A- L1Vlliw1No K red t 7t- CORX Xo 2 mixed t 44 OATS Xo 2 mlxedt CO- 11YK t5i6jfiLAIifSteam i f HAITIMOKB WIIKAT Xo S rod CORX Southern Xo S mixed 711iloi OArSXo 2 mixed aTTLU First goal 3 i 110QS Wontorn 0 00 ffj 6 10IINDIANAPOLIS WHEATNo S reda 75 CORX Xo 2 mixed 41 OATS No 2 mixeddt S3 LOUISVILLE FLOUR Win patent 45 n 4 75- 1lil1ATNoe 2 red em 73 ti lollSOA1S t plc THERE EVEN DEATH IS SLQV i Where Jnsnrale AccnM Arn VlllliiB lo TnUc All ICIcdu of Io HUU Everybody in the oilcloth and Jlnelwm- trade know the Potter horof PMte LctheIlafT appointment Iy A former gover rofl- ennsylvania iis a thorough JJilad lI firm believer in that townIn all Ill hI stituiioni big and little and in her IJMIildn rent future but he always helps to circulate II good story on Philndelphla just the tame says the New York CommercialI A hustling free lance In the life fnzur tvloingYork company for A rising your man who holds an important position with th lot ter compwray J big Wal his thIrd or utth- sail and he had his intended victim a rttOit worked up to the point of signing tie nppli catioo Ill tike tile policy he said but I YJkSothe agent Delays Are itartieuth da at out In life insurance mitten Iii teal eu what 111 do 1 your raseif youll make the application sow Ill carry the policy myself for daysOh have you tie d the young ran protnted 1 me tIt die within 30 days and then where would you ant Iurprofits be Oh thats all right my oe l JI take the uk You wont die that flU kiebody in Philadelphia ever died in 30 ays nIThe American AVorklnic Much comparison has been made betwetn the endurance of the Chlneoc and the Anieri can working man those with authority to speak say that the avers w eking man lit toeAmerica is II tqltrior to Ctminosea41it- stetters Stomach limiters iis to any oth1ilia pepsia cure lime Bitters does nt elliHllo cure everything but it does cure osmllja tion indlSHllon dyspepsia irtiiamness Iliver and kidney troubles and prevents rat laria fever and ague An Rye for UenlMnt The new reporter In his story of they rd ding wrote The floral sIspday Itr t horn the ehanetl trail to the deer Q Lt church 1hcUr editor in a mild manncras iitII custom of city editors with nOW rtpSEtfn suggested Couldnt you have used a better word than stretched r Say the flaral dlinlay ii nodded or twined or sometWlg like Ullt 101M word more tuxgMttve of tlwem Stretched iis all rioLt replied the new ireporter with the stubborn cwraiw ff a realist The decorations consist cIIIJ rubber plants and they had to stratum 46 go the dMtanee alth ere Amenp O iOWhen a preparation has an advertised ri utation that is worldwide It mesas tint preparation to meritorious If yw op Into a store te hazy an article that has atltttd URrrersal jtopularity like Casreb Caniy j CatltartJe for example OU fees it has the endorteiavnt of the worldl The Jadsmrt- of the people is infallible beeauw it is th jronsl lite retailer who wants to sell a something eke in place of the article t 1- 1atk for has an ax to grind Dont it stand to- raauoat lies trying to eUomething that k not what he npreoeat it to be WI Uc aue he expert to derive an extra pn tit oar of your credulityDont you see through his game who v try to sell you a substitute for Gascon U is a fraud Beware of him lie is trying o Hal the ho ctiy earned Mnritlr a remi i pdtri 1 facer he will a farther L itsulrluMhtbr IB tnl nay Jet uj Ie t buDore1 ettbetlaterlJtbalk lot in rectal Mse with tlttllcuJI ales stawpeslCSnrenmtle Jfyer Have yaw notiittl what a ot of new house are being put up all over the tilTIr whytheya ohaKeladianapo8i Journal Crop In Nelirnkn rearlytt satisfactory crop conditions in that remarkable state In time Northwest dreuU has Mrioatly injured the wheat yield In the South attain there haa been more orllees inv ice but in Xrbrsika they haw hadstfattic heavy rain+ anti not too much of t htm A full crop of oats and wheat will tMtn present Indications be followed h a bumper crap of corn During the put N ek heavy rains allover the state have put his crop in fine condition and it may break the record The expectation is that groat number ot people will go to Nebraska this fall wbtn the cheap harvest excursion rates are in rf confirmbyproparityTills boy of mine said the dUtrewd parent lots always keen backward in ha leuon He docan t seem to be smut enough You leave him with me is d signifieantv1Uird The hazer of China probltmbuty and will never succeed Some people m this country teem to think that they hat Si great a puzzle on their hands in select tR a location for a home They will certait y go about it in the wrong way unlets theyn sped the beautiful farming country on the PaulHailwar Illen1finei tin1thr KRollinscago 111 An English tourist who had left a waterproof on a train went back to look for it Ua asking the occupants of a third elasm carriage compartment whether they had seen anything of a mackintosh Nana MacphermonshareOlaegow Do Your Feet Ache and Darn Shake into your shoe Allens ootFaleI XcShOeItchingSwollen andSWllltiShoeStartsAddreatMr Gump to ere1oIdont want to teach my son any grammar Xot a bit of it TeacherRutbutthisI iis un usual sir May I inquire your reasons Mr CumI intend that Ime shall be a writer of popular songs Baltimore American j 9- j ruin Ilewtrr iicrlillon for Chills mad Fever Is abottlo of GIIOVB TASTKLEM CiiiilToNio His silhplyIron and qululnetn IlLusttlcSi form No eurono pay Pilco50c inhtimanitto JlOlINave I ITIIG LOTtO= svvnn BttrthtI thFt111mflllIlt akin bung rrolfmy race and left arm WItklammy Lre and but few on my arm You cuifht always to have it in the house If toonrn ive free WHiphlet of testimonials and UDplt of 1tWr b Lotion or Soap IUtime Ilcttnurnnf excitedly Our restaurant is on fireSecond hurryopget something hot Pearsons Weekly To Cure n Cold In One Day AUdruguarolund The Point of View hopeThelntfortoolingCarters Ink isI 8naffordOne reason that women are successful in the Ires profession is that their word is Jtt n atastaoha as lUllia1lIplayerOh inraJljble WSamuiJ I i A girl may forgive a man for kissing her on the impulse of the moment but never for apologizing for it Indlanapohalewa Hull Cnturrli Cure Is a Constitutional Cure Prise 75c- Ccflee resembles the earth when It is ground Chicago Daily sews GamTh4yTtsck eiffars are the very latest in wi lowers wteds Chicago Diy New U MY OWN SELF AGAIN Mr Gates writes to Sire rinkham Follow Her Advice and la Made Well DEAR Mns PIXKIIAM For nearly two nUll one bnlf years I have been in cblehealth Altermy little child came it stewed I could not get my again I kara 1 chills and the I severest pains in f my limbs and top of head and am almost insensl ble at times I i also have a pain VJj just to tho right ofI r breast bone It so severe at times that I cannot lie on myrlghtsldc PleasoI write me what you think of my case Sin CLARA GATES Johns PO Miss April 25 1809 11 DEAR MRS PIXKUAM Ihave taken Lydia E Vego table Compound as advised and now Fend you a letter for publication For several years I wits in such wretched health that life was almost a bunIon I could hardly walk across tho floor was so feeble Several of our host physicians attended me but failed toI help I concluded to write to you fa advice In a few days I received such a kind motherly letter Ifollowedyour instructions and am my old solf again Was groatly benefited before I had used one bottle May God bless sutrerIingI tOe 25e SOc strength Pinkhams HIII M MtI iei31 l i Cigar Dealers Like to have their regular customers smoke s S Old Virginia Cheroots S IIand that he will have no more trouble with him trying to satisfy him with different kinds of Five Cent cigars Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5cents s eilto iieii TheOnlvIliroweeoerRouie to run can car la addition to deepen at night and parlor cafe can during day both day night train on the Cotton Belt carry com- fortAble eoaehes free r lining chair ears through to Tent without change The nerrlce and equipment favorably with that of any road In the country Write all na whey you are coins sad when you will leave we will tell what yonr ticket will cost and what train to take to make the best time and connection We will Mao send you an Interesting little book A Trip to Texas iWLJ t r tlnn T P1 1 L SCTTOU P JL CfcttUMii Ta- tE W O P T A St Mo j Attention Comrades THE Big Four RouteJ i announces a rate of ono cent per LImllo from all points on its system to CHICAGO ACCOUNT I Annual ash G A R meat Eocup Tlokota will be on sale August S8 t4 ST send S9 190tt Good to return leaving Ohlcaro not Inter than mtdoleht of August II 1800 with proviso that upon deposit of ticket vrltfc Joint Agent prior to noon of September = 1BO and paytnat of a fee of W cents per Ueket at time torleave Cblajco to and InaludlBg September 3a 1NO may be secured For full Intonation rcsardln tickets rates asd time of trainee call on agents Hio Foou KOOTC or address the undersigned WARREN J LYNCH Yl P DEPPE OeD Past Tkt Akt Ass t 0 P t V A ClKCINXATt n to TexasPassengers Texas who want sleeping car accommodations for the nights from Memphis to Texas secure such accommodations only on the Cotton Belt MemphisinC parlor cafe from Memphis td the Texas border where sleepers for the principal Texas points are attached the and sod compares and and yon DPa4leadlsTeu CPUQRTJLIeagllrTns LGLDiUTliNu1tfliT dtutlOli LaBEAUME and Louis tl PAPERtt REARERS OF THIS UESIH1NO TO BUY ANYTHING AnVEltTlSHU IN ITS COLUMNS gllOULO INSIST UPON IIAVINO WUAT THKY ASK FOIL REFU81NO ALLBUUST1TUTES Oil IMITATIONS NOiIEYF F OR HEIRS SOLDIERS otoabandntifdiI if tno additional homeettwUrlhtavu fulllQrtaeulA I GENT P1a q Ff nDPfIIIrlf t U LIVE STOCK GUTS We will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCK CUTS or nay OTHER CUT shown In any SPEC1MEJI BOOK at or below quoted prices for samo- A N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO 335 W Virtu HtM Cincinnati 4 La tun- A N KE 1885 micx IVICITIVO TO Aiivcirriscnsplease state that yon aaw the Advertlae went la this wince POOR LITTLE JOHNNY I AND HIS TUMMY I Small boys and many times large ones I and occasionally girls too big and little Iff suffer terribly from convulsive pains or cramps in the bowels and stomachIIII pain so violent that it doubles up the ones attacked and makes it impossible for them to standup Some people call it colic but most honest plainspoken people call it bellyache and very properly for the seat of the trouble is in the bowelsand caused by the violent efforts of the bowels to rid themselves of something which doesnt belong there The small boy usually gets it from overeating or from eating forbidden fruit and suffers mostly in the summer time Its spring now and 44in times of peace prepare bigfollcschannels filled with winter bile and putrid undi gested food strengthen the 30fcet of bowel canal liven up the liver and summer belly aches will have no terrors because thev wont happen The way to make the body acheproof is to use CASCAREtS gentle swot fragrant CASCARETS the p rfect system loaners and bowel strcngihenets For fear that anybody in the family should ever be attacked by bellyache keep a box ot CASCARETS in the house always and remember that aU pains and troubles in your insides arc QUICKLY CURED BY 1 tt- t t r t CANDV CATHARTIC A = I ATLf IDRUGGISTS IfTo any needy mortal n Iferine from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we wiU tend a fccs Exc A L SterlUig Remedy Company CUttjy or New York mentioning ttvctlscacnt aced paper irwJJ l 4 r 1 w- I r I h1 Building fMaterial1 JJROUGH AND DRESSED LUM B Efl jt Doors nud Windows Shingle o i Limo and Cement Builders Hardwaro t Paints OILY otc J I ESTIMATES s UIIEEKFULLYFUKMSIIEII f I t 4FJ3KD STUFFS tlLt r SHALL THE WIIITKS ItULEl North Carolinas Jnnl Victory Tlie overwhelming Democratic ma jority in North Cnroliun means the rule of the white people in the State in perpetuity and places the state an n Uuii vrheroit oau go forward on n higher mor al material and intelloctaul develop ment The amendment adopted to the Constitution bar nil negro illiterates from the right of suffrage and after 100tall illiterates save those who have regikeral prior to that unto The conditions which led the white people of North Carolina to rise revolt and adopt the conititutioual amend mentreferred to are told very clearly by n staff correspondent of the Baltimore Sun In 1891 the Republicans and Populists fused and elected their legis lative ticket and in 1800 the fnsionlste elected both their legislative and State tickets Thus every branch of the goy ernment passed under their control The Suns correspondent says The Legislature of ixfifl repealed the system of county and city government by which the white minorities in the black counties and cities at once passed under the control of negro majorities Au a result of the election in 1886 and of the appointments to office by the log islature and the Republican Executive and Federal Government a thousand negroes became officers in the State aoo negro magistrates were elected and 27 negro postmasters wero appointed A negro was elected Collector of Customs at Wilmib ton Many counties elect ed negro oflicers In the cities of eastern North Carolina there wore nogro aldermen policemen health oflioeis constables deputy sheriffs and nogro school commissioners in charge of whitens well as colored schools An obnoxious negro became the ruling member In the Board ot Trustees of the white blind institution of the Stato As a result there was a great corruption and incompetence to fill office Ne groes issued warrants for white men and finally began to arrest white women The white people ot North Carolina wero willing to be taxed tor the educa tion of the negro and for the care of the unfortunates but they wore determin ed that they would not be ruled by no WOOS The negroes contribute much less than 10 per cent of the States Rev enue yet in proportion to the popula tion share equally with the whites in educational privileges A democratic legislature unnoted a law that wher ever there shall be a school for white children there shall be a similar one for negro pupils The people of North Carolina were broad and generous but the men wero men not cravons and meant to rule their own The Sans correspondent BUYS Under tho fusion regime the negro became very insolent in the cities and criminal assaults on white women in creased Women in the country dis tricts were in U constant state of terror They feared to walk the highways unprotected Every father and brother has felt the mute appeal for protection They know it is uccetwary to hold the negro down with a strong hand and ho iK together a different creature whet Ins own party is in power TlurtrFourdi Wlfcnl lat- In the village of liodra a Turk named goodh3lthtin six hours distance to sell eggs for he is u poultry farmer Ho has hud thir tyfour wivoa the last of whom ho mar nod only a few days ego Buckskin Hills Wild West gang who wore in Cairo some weeks ago con tinuo to liavo trouble at various points and must bo a tough gang Tho latest was ut Marion Ky Saturday where they killed and robbed a young man named A O Wheeler son of a promi nent citizen who took them to account for boating and rubbing two boys of tho city Seven of tho gang are charged with tho crime Before Deciding on Your Sumner Trip Look up rates routes anti true service via the Mobile A Ohio R II to Wuukeslm Wis Niagara Kills N Y Put in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo nUll Colorado Springs Col Mackiuac Is land lich Chicago Ill St Paul Minn Minneapolis Minn St Louis Mo and many other resorts North East and West Low rate superior service This company has in service a complete lino of now viMtihnlcd conch- es and sleepers Their summer soiled ulos are unsurpassed i close connection is made at St Louis Union Station for all prominent Summer resorts Special Mobile i Ohio representative meets all incoming trains at St Louis and sees to tho transfer of passengers to the connecting lines attends to sleeper reser vation otc Sumner tickets on sale from Juno 1st to September 30th limit ed to return panmgo to October Silst 1000 for rates tickets and full informa tion apply to Ticket Agent C 51 SIIEPARD Gen Pas Agt- Mobile Ala CENTURYS riHMJHESS when the ronmrknblu achievement of the Nineteenth Century in Htrietly utilitarian material reajMXitJB are exumin ed Uw Imagining of rontuncora as to what the TweaUath Century will pin credibility Profewor Dolliver doII Tufts College epiUtmiiai them no i in the Philadelphia decewwre 1 This the century horse 111111II cyele Use locomotive and the nutomobilu L We receivwl the ifooequill trod be ipiMtUi the typewriter 8 We receivedi the scythe we bequeath the mowing machine 4 Wo rewired the nicklo wo bequeath the harvester ft We received the hand printing IITMM we liequoath the floe oylimlor prom 0 Ve received Use Johnson DioUon cry we bwiueaUi the Century DIction- ary t We received Use minted CUIIVUR we bcineath liUtography photogmphy and wjkif jtiiutography S We received the hand loom wo bo quvftth Use cotton and woolen factory W We received gunjMiwder we be queaUt nitroglycerine lit We received tho tallow dip ww be queMlh the arc light ant the Standard Oil Company 11 We received the galvanic battery we bequeaUi Uw dynamo IS We received the flint look wo bo queaUi automatic Maxima 13 We rewired Uw railing ship we iMMiueaUi the ateaawliip- U We received Uw battleship Con Ktiiutioa we beiiuenUi the Orofon 15I We received Uio beaooii Mgmd flru we ueiueath Use telephonu and wiroiew tetegraiiiiy 16 We received wood and stone for structures we beijuoaUi twenty atoried sky naporUi of steel 17 We received ordinary Ilight we bo quwth the rays 18 We receive the weather unan nounced we bequoaUi the WeaUiar lIu reau There ill however another itoaiibHity AB Use Iinagniflcent civilization of tho Greeks and Romana was followed by Use dark Middle AIUII may not a limllar period of intellectual Uignation visit the world at seine futuro timo It lis frequently eontended that Use Chino knew gunpowder and tho imtcJnorseom lass hundredtt of yenra l fWtI Uio civilized nation became familiar with theta ReiKMted dkwoveriea of grange wires In ancient Kgyiplan atructurea lucre been made the oasis for a theory that the KgyjiUan civilisation which preceded tile Greek end Roman knew of the elec trical transiniwkMi of inetHUKen To Prevent War It is hoped that tile Chi now1 Govern ment has decided to deliver all tho foreign Ministers now bolonguud in Pekin safely into the hands of their respective governments trusting to this course to avert a war which cars but end in the overthrow of the KmjHro and Use dit inemberment of China If Secretary of State Hay shall be of ficially noUHed of this intention in an saver to his virtual ulUmutum of August 1 the United State Government eon well afford to oxort its influence to bring about an understanding between China and the European Powers which shall tend to remove the menaee of war now contained in the situation But no utop sissy Ibe taken in this direction save upon the most certain proof that China 1 dueling with UB in good falUt and to merelyI playing for Utile hanger for AlllM There U unfortunately good grouu for Use apprehension fait by military observers of the Chinese situation that the advance of the allied forces under the disadvantage of having no generalI oouiumuder may result On deplorable confnmon at u critical moment and pus ethic failure to accomplish the rescue of the lieleagned legations in Pekin It seems now to beI taken for grouted that tho troops of the vanoas Govern iiiuute repreaentetl in the advance movement are in reality acting on their own initiative even though possibly carrying out a plan of campaign agreod upon in conference If this to true the incident in lprobably unique in history and not by any means comforting to contemplate According to all accept ed standards in military movements the lack of a supremo head for tho di rection of important operations of tho army means a most dangerous weak flues It seems incredible that tho movement on Pekin should hnvo boon voluntarily begun under this disadvan tage It is earnestly to be hoped that later details of tho operations of the alllos will remove this fear by telling of tho choice of a commanding General to lend the international forces Prevented u Tragedy Timely information given Mrs Jon Long of New StruiUvillc Ohio saved two lives A frightful conga hind long kept her awake every night She hud tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grow worse until urged to try Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle wholly cured her i mid she writes 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issued in February tins August only of each year For any further information on 1 1 1 on the Secretary at the Count Kli office Iliokman Ky A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER Tho WEEKLY AMERICAN tho Low inK Southern Weekly till Oat fith 1000 and a Guess In a SD ELOO Cot OiKiSSUig GontoHt for only 10 Carte Freetbeiul 10 cents to the Wookly Aiiiori eau Nttshvllle Tenn nUll you will tit sent the Weokly till loading weekly dt adto u guess m earn gntnw onntnst Guess na111bnT of grains oil an average size err of white Indian corn length ijt inches diameter at largi filchIat flmm riucuec sa scrlberor subscribers naming tho cor roct or nearest correct numlHir of uraim on tho our we will glue giMO in cash II more than one correct guess tho amount will divided The oar of corn lusts bte placed in tho American National Hank nnhusked trod under seal ContwtcliM es Aug 4 Ouessos mull be trot iiu stuns totter withsubscription For n slab of thirty new snbscriptinNI at 10 cents each w will give a good welch 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hereby given to tho crmlitonj of N J loans deceased that the uu 1ultrtCircuit i above styled cause will offend at bi olllco on kiln cursor of Jackson find JItllekuntiltheof this court 1000 to receive und h ur prooff f if i lift lii a against said VIjdut- und tint all ohi nm nut proHimUU tu Limi withillthoOiburrctlW Itt P l On I JByr or It llclpptl Win Hnlllcs III Twoiitynliip olllrow and usual wrolo ruin tutu fn nt tinwy that for ycratchcs lipiisits Cuts Wounds Sore lii t anil SUIT Joints liucklciiH Ariiitm Salve is I ti brat in the world biome for Burn Skin Eruptions and Pilw AxU a JOajCVIH guaranteed Sold by all Uru j 1STR11 1tJii Tukdii upMHM stray bv Loimn Stan ileUl on hIM lea e shout 11 inllm liolow lli kuinii Ky on Uit MhsNirfppd river nor Mhbul Past Ollloe one black liurao inuif nlwut IIl Lend high aullnplitwod prayluuri old and with a Hiiinll seer on theago hip runt right eyc xuinewlmt uf d Und ut Tan Dal UhitI Signed H M1 IKKAUHY 3VCQ ti DI LITVN Clerk Uy A K Dallow I DO A 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