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Motun nomfurt to we Douth thus wej ixmicdj ajid what a llBBd assurance Ui those left dous liar bright hops und faith glva UB Truly wo unl mourn over Death whoa It bring+ tilt certainty off i rINd Wm stud Inippinnw A Dig Arm times First Step In Rpeoking of tha imperial IlOlIoyof- Prosldullt MeKlnlny and his Repuhliemi adherent tho Utica N YI Olnnrre rvuiltnU them of thus fact Some of our iinH rialist friuniLi pro fww to Ixtllovo that thuro oats bo import nltom without mllUarUmiiuoh 111 weigh to heavily on European oountrl which art nrinwt to the teotfl Hut theta Who know that imperial government rc+U on the arty ai a foundation know that building up n MR standing army in the flntl step toward a permanent policy of for 1gn oonquisit and ubJuUou When mho polio in Denmark llnd n man hondeHaly drunk in IhoBtrcets they drive the patient in a cab to the utatlon where ho robrI oil then they tnko him homo rho cabman mukea his charge tho police doctor rnukw his the agent speeinlscrviotssutidhit 410 establishment where the drunkard look the last ghuw that did tho buRines- BuekKkln 11111 Wild West gang who wore in Cairo ome weolot njco con tlnuo to have trouble nt various oinU i ust IwY ough gang T iaylates ttlMiiibn fyfP SI11rda rolin tc they killed and robbed a young man named A OWh elerl mn of a prom newt citizen who touk them to account for tenting and robbing two buys of the city Sovon of tho gang ore charged with the crime Time whirl waist fad hM been taken up with a vtmgeaneto at Camden N J Them the Mayor tbo lieo the preach Brim and the Judge of time Snprome bench hart adopted the now style of drew for mon In Xrw York tho jirosont apjioar anon ur the shirt watt iis criticised htinhly by furnlnluni whu declare thud it should be rovlttenl liofure Icing adopt ml for gonorul Ute MI an not to resemble uiiderololhing so muoh as it now duo the civil wur us wull as In our IJUIUSfi Uuiln diarrhoea was ono UhHHUKM tho army had to h In ninny InsUinreM it bo OHIIIO chronic and the old soldiers still mtfor from It Mr David Taylor of Wind Hideo Greene Cu Ia ID ono of thuMi Ho UII Chollr Oholoru and Dlurrhoon Rumud and wiyw ho never found anvthttiK that would give him uoh quicK relief It in fur side by Cow pill LC Cuwuill lllukinan and A M thaw State I ino druggists No nation on the taco of tho earth iutnpanw with the United States as a fruit vntinK country Nut only doe i this rjimtry ooimumo enonnoun amounts of fresh fruits in tho hnhe of apitloH pearrt burriarbutprouwwuri in fur In oxcesa of the amount used in lKini win countrion Other na aunt are now giving the matter the attn it dosorviw Kspecially IH this si in Germany whore tho question bun IM tm Investigated for tho Gorman Agri- i lturnl Suocitty bombs SprinKM iu holding iU former reputation lUlU jiluwmiro and health r- oirt thiv co K n There are filly or more f itora ennampud there now and report most pltaiunt tlmos throughout the iunirtI Among those there now are J Jli Drown and fatally of Clinton H V Brown and family of Huthtrford Henry Taylor mind family of Fulton Jinn Holman of Ilarrin Mrs MuFall and fataller Fulton bliss Hula Nail of Clinton pammlo liennott of Fulton Allen Jackson of Clinton Dr Drown and family Sharon Mr Goo Arms has established aI hunery on time DyoraburK road near HluUman and a visit thoro would bo in toreiitlnK to most people Ills plan IH to have three Incubators one of Go and two of WX eggs each and u broodory Iii70 feet At present him Inuubatont are in tho center and u broodery on either lido lOxJI1 feet With Ile1 Incubators ho can liatuh each week and thus havo young ulifohoiiH broilers for market all tho tlmo Tho honery lis heated by water pIpiM to a KIVOII lempuraturo and In tuoh broodnry imi a hover compartment which gathers and warms tho little ducks iw u lien unthcreth her brood un der her wings In addition ho propose to give special attention to winter aa well UK Hummer vegetables and fruits Ho will havo telephone connections with lets place so that instead of peddling you can at any hour order what you want nnd It will bo delivered at your kitchen door f Ellisons Bullefno a- 4fsore or time GOOD INQS offered r in our IJ ll- i l- r l- r 1st Slaught Sale= j AY I 81850 Suits for 1000 o 25c for 50c Fancy Shirts t 1 1r Straw Hats at Half Price f t QIIO f fiiI oo C1ii1di is Suitsdi Ge for Lawn anti Batiste wortlydfy 59c for 75c Fancy Shirts K k rr- v J 4Jc Yard Wide Domestic worth jpt ti k 50c for Slippers that were 150 ifd lji100 r 8100 Ladies Shoes and Slippers iyjre 200 and li6 Carpets and battings at Slanghtcrlljfowes I 8345 Menu Suits that were S5OQl t 8750 Mens Fine Suits that werejlMOO f 1 29c Ladies Shirt Waists worth if a J itfrf Ic Palm Fans I 0 b p j3c Japanese Fans J Ladies Linen C lltusIt It oc 04 t f t k 15c Misses and Childrens Fancy Wtie worth 25c anU 30c f fritesjJr f C These are only a few of the gbme ngs c i tIi item elnher first comers wrItet cjtoi icklIUI lI1 o l t i h reorjj fA t 11 to L P S EllisonE r- rr y yBiclenan ley- i r I LEANING TOWARD BRYAN AND AGAINST McKlN LEY Forecast of tho Action of the Liberty Congress Which Meets at Indianapo life Indiana Indianapolis Ind Aug lThe con vention of the American League of ont ImporialiHts or Liberty Congress will bo culled to order nt 11 oclock tomorrow in Tomllnson Hall The speech of tho Teamovary Chairman Kdwin Burnltt Smith of Chicago is exjiocted to lean toward tho tacit if not tho expressed indorsement of Bryan but it is not thought that tho convention will go tar timer titan to express strong condemna Lion of imperialism In every form and degree leaving the question of candidates seems probable thatwillperfect an organization which shad labor fur the defeat of Mr McKin Icy leaving their followers to vote for Bryan or refrain from voting as they choose1 Aleut 2TX delegates are already here and enough more ore expected during tho night and morning to swell the num bet to GOO to 700 That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you it yon used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches yourhealthcured Sold by till druggists Killed to Marry Charles H II Forrell a discharged employe of the Adams Express Company has confessed that ho murdered Messenger Lane nUll robbed time express safe ou tho Pennsylvania train between Urbana and Columbus Ohio Friday night Fcrroll was to havo boon mar reed Thursday and committed tho crime In order to got money for his marriage expenses When arrested ho was at tho homo of his affianced to whom he had given 81000 of tho stolen money Think COBHIIH Will he SO Ier Cert lain What the statisticians nt the Census Bureau are seeking for just now Is tc establish tho probable ratio of increase in tho population and when that is done H good guess can Ira mado as to the total for tho country The ratio for tho whole country between 1880 and 1890 was 218C per cent increase From 1870 to 1880 It was 3008 from I860 to 1870 22G3 per cent nnd from 18TXJ to 1810 tho Increase was 3Jj8 Tho low rate from 1800 to 1870 was of course duo to the war but as a whole the per ewntage of increase In all countries id reduced steadily as they till up the unoccupied lands The experts look for a reducijm in tho ratio to a considerable extent Tho only figures yet tabulated are for the District o1 Columbia which from 1880 to 1800 increased 2072 per cent while for the do cade jut closed the increase w w only 2098 The increase now appears to be only two Uiirds as much as ten ycIn1 ago This falling oil is not at all likely to bo ax heavy for tho whole country and yet it would not bo extraordinary if the radio should be reduced to JO cert In this case the population of the main land of the United States which was 02021250 in 1800 would bo 75140700 Tho treasury estimate for Juno 1 is only about twoanda half millions more thus this Some of tho best posted mon In tho census say tho total will bo between 74000000 and 7800000 mud rather above than below tho mean between those Hg uses CHINAS 1UISTIDY It would bo well if tho Chinese Im pedal Government were made to un derstand that the first stop necessary tc secure any moral countenance whatever from tho United States Govern went 1s satisfactory gnarantooot the for eign legations in Pekiu and their speedy surrender Into the hands of tho allied forces at tho gates of that city Unttlthta shall be done there cannot safely be any negotiations with China on other points of tho existing crisis In ulreadyflemandlnK Government Time firing on tho for oigu legations must cense this ultima turn declares Tho foreign diplomatic representatives In Pekiu must be protected The alternative U war on Chi nB fl r Thfl Powers Trial ITho argument in tho Powers case at is in progress and the case I wino doubt bo concluded today or tomorrow Time best advised opinion Maori to be that there will be a hung jury Tho case against You cy it is announced will be commenced Monday stud It will occupy about two weeks There seems to be more direct evidence against Youtsey as having something dirktly to do with tho shooting of Goo bel than nay of the others IneroIIJ and IUenrtlI ipress messenger Lane found dead In Siis car when it was pwued on arrival nt I Columbus Ohio aith eight bullet Iw ands lu his body and two cartridges I mining from tho cylinder of his own revolver has evidently won his place ntaoug tho herons whose controllingI principle U that of flen of this typo who grapple with depth In defense of tho trust assumed by them In their daily vocations are fla braver them time soldier who risks life on the battlefield Time excitement on war does not exist to stimulate them toJ plucky deeels The promise of glory ill also missing it la simply a flue loyal y of spirit backed by pure grit I Wlich animates their bosoms They h ive undertaken and promised the per f rmauco of a certain duty It is fut elr fiber to do what they havo under i tf ken Mother TfilN loShe Sated Her Little Daughters Life IIum thou mother of eight children and h ive lend a great deal of experience with I dicines Lust Summer my little d ughter had tho dysentry in its worst f rm We thought slue would die I tfM everything I could think of but n hing seonied to do her any good I siw ban advertisement in our paper- tL at Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Iarrhoea Remedy was highly recom u fnned end sent and got a bottle ate ico It proved to bo ono of tho very b st medicines wo over hud in the house I saved my little duughlers life I am n nious for every inotnor to know what a excellent medicine It is lIud known u Hrst It would havo saved mo a great d IIOf anxlety iumd my daughter suffering Yours truly MRS I RDICK Liberty H I For muchII gillJk Cowgill lIIokll1un Dud s State Line druggistsaw y t tt 0 v the ers no the in so r e e r IU I I s i Americans Should Bo Protected In an Interview credited to Senator Morgan of Alabama by a New Yort paper that gentleman is made to give expression to some straightforward views on tho Chinese question when ho says that the United States should send a sufficient force to the Orient to protect time life of every American citizen and prove to that country that the rights of our subjects must bo respected The Stars and Stripes should bo capable of guaranteeing protection to any person claiming allegiance to tho flag as long as ho is in tho right no matter where he happens to be and tho United States now have m China an opportunity of showing time world that we will spare 110 expenditure of blood and treasure to teach all nations that the killing or injuring of au American citizen will be swiftly and terriblyI avenged Probably nu one principle of the British government has done much to compel the allegiance of Her Majestys various subjects as the knowl edge of the protection that is thrown around them no matter where they may go In this connection the case of Chinese Gordon will always bo con spicuous Let Uncle Sam look out for his sous safety with conservative vigilance and in time time uuturliug of Old Glory will cause a mob of Chinese Af ricans or any other people to pause as they always do when time Union Jack Is thrown to the breeze COLORED VOTERS Call ou Mr Ilrjrnn at Chicago andI lute Assurances of u Cor dial Support Chicago Aug 13 This afternoon W J Bryan had n conference with a dolo atiou of colored mon headed by J Milton Turner of St Louis former Min ster to Liberia They represented that hero was much dissatisfaction among the members of their race with tho pres jut Administration and assured Mr 5ryan that ho would receive the votes of many of them Ho therefore urged tha mportunce of tho organization of Bryan Democratic clubs 1 Becham Challenged L Lii Tho Republican State Committee havo issued a challenge for a series of joint debates between their nominee Hon John W Yerkes and JovsBeckham tho Democratic nominee 119 thous Sept ttcl Tho Democratic Committee has deter mined to open time campaign on Monday +e Sept 3rdat each county seat in Strata at 2 oclock p m and 119 thnII have been engaged to open tho a From that time until limo polls closo in November tho fight will be hot and no I cessation of flro along the whole line 1 rl Must Withdraw Our Troops it ItoI I hope of the early extermination of i Filipinos There aro 85000 volun r uuteers in tho Philippines Congress 1- December will authorize more sol jL duets enlisted Joint Debates The State Democratic Committee Iaqo1 a made no reply to the Republicans for 1ii series of joint debates between Judge i Yerkes and Gov Beck tm but will do f at an early date Some Democrats think a joint discussion would provoke S violence between their respective fol t lowers anti therefore would be Illad 11 vlsciJ In Tennessee the Republicans have two candidates each claiming to be tho nominee and each have challenged Gov McMIllin the Democratic nomi nee for a joint discussion and McMil ftHa accepts each challenge Only a question asito tiiuo allotted each speak er separates Item What Could Bryan Do What could Bryan do to end tho i tPhilippine insurrection more than Me 1r Kinley ta doing is frequently asked and time addition follows close idiot sk tethe Phillpp- t 5 IlIlrWIT Jet go- I riii ills speech of acceptance Bryan i answered this question in a way that makco argument on tho other side im possible There is no hesitation nor doubt no equivocation In that answer 11 will call on extra session of Con gress to declare the policy of tho United States to give the Filipinos first a sta ble form of government i second lode pendence and third protection from interference by any other nation This is tho policy outlined In the Democratic platform The object of the Philippine insurrection the only object tisto gain Independence for mho Filipi 1I nos The promise of independence will eitfl the insurrection at ouco by remov ing its cause There will be no flag furlingno surrender ol American principles noIIbase yielding in such a course as thoso heated with their tasto of Empire are wont to declare Such a course will bo a return to tho American principle of freedom and lib erty for all mon from which no depart ure should over havo been made It will not 110eflag furling ItTho Amer lean flag wipe wave more proudly that it waves for 110110 but freemen There will bo uo confession of weakness The nation which in a few mouthy brought a firstclass Power to suppliant knees can lose uo prestige nor admit defeat by giving a weaker nation ties rights y MJUST AX INCIDENT In the Kansas City Journal Repnb licau of July 29th was a three column illustrated article ou the slave produo tiou of coffee iu the Sulu islands These islands are under tho protection of this country and our flag floats over them and tho slaves The Thirteenth amend ment to tho constitution of the United States rends this way Neither slavery or Involuntary servi Lade except for pnulshmcut for crime whereof tho party shall have been duly convicted shall exist within tho United States OR IN ANY PLAOE SUBJECT TO THEIR JURISDICTION Now my loyal friend how are you Jomg to reconcile these condition Slavery exists nuder time jurisdiction of this country und the grand old Repub lican party controls tho nation lu every department Who is trampling down the constitution But tho rich and powerful cnn do no wrong against tho weak and helpless IIAJpool to Reason Porto Ricnn laborers uro in n pit bible plight They can got no work nnd are in a chronio state of starvation Many of them are so weak from starva lion that they can exert themselves only three days in the week Many subsist- by eating toots and wild berries i fY ar q o tTt i i I tTtTFROMWASHINGTON What Is Going On in the Political Arena of the Nations Capital DONOTHING POLICY OF ADMINISTRATION I Work of n Government Ilnreni Turned to Political UalS l y the- ItepuhllenneMnrnier Not to lie Fouled hy Prosperity Pnlnver Doutorlnic lite Census llcturn Special Correspondence The republican campaign hand book is about ready for circulation It la Intended primarily for the campaign speakers and It is rather n sig Hlfieiint fact that the republicans have to educate their own advocates on the arguments they are to advance Prosperity is of course the key note of the book The tables have boon largely prepared by the bureau of statistics government bureau which is supported by the whole peo pie for legitimate purposes and not or the benefit of the republican ma chine Still it has been seized by the ad ministration and etude to grind out a marvelous SlOt of statistic If the workingmen are to indorse the ad ministration they must be convinced that wnges hun risen A table Is given which purports to be compiled from reports of labor or ganizations This is misstatement number one for nt least onethird of the trades quoted have no organiza tion and those that have are not making statements for republicans use Advances In wages for 1SOO are ranged anywhere from 10 to 300 per per cent It will surprise stage em ployes to learn that thoyare credited with the 300 per cunt advance in three years The textile workers are quoted ay having increased their wages train 12 to 22 per cent when everybody knows that they were cut 28 per cent just after McKinley went into office that they hind n long and disastrous strike in order to restore the 25 per cent and that about twothirds of them are note idle cannot get work even at cut rates The table is not even a skillful fiction for it puts the increase lowest In the trades thnt owing to their J own exertions have had a substantial advance and vice versa This sort of campaign fiction brings its own re notion very quickly When a street railway employe for instance hears n republican campaign orator claiming 1 rUna McKinley and prosperity have p i w5tTsedhfswnsrr T3 perecnL nnd he ffknows that he had to go on strike a to keep his wages from being cut that workingman is going to believe y that the republicans are direct in heritors of the talents of Ananias When this same workman reflects that he pays trust prices for everything f he eats and wears and that they are from 25 to 40 per cent high 1 1erthan In 90 he begins to wonder If It wont be a good idea to elect a president with a different policy from k the trust prosperity one with which we are burdened It ItJJoOIUrlnl the Htnllitlcn benefit of the Tine farm I er knows that the price of wheat for I Instance inns often been higher than it Is now but he does not remember the time in his experience when wire Itfencing and lumber were so high that he had to go without fences and N burns because he could not pay trust prices for the materials after he took the price determined for his wheat by the board of trade combinations The farmer knows very well that the consuming capacity of the people Is not greater than It Watsthree years ago To be sure plenty of poor peo- plet would like to eat more bread but they have not the measure of prosperity which will enable them to con same all they want of the farmers productsThe forget that manu factured statistics are always a boomerang They are contradicted by the knowledge of the people Statistics about important matters are only be lieved when they coincide with the louts at hand Duns review of trade for July t Btrlkos a pretty hard blow at the prosperity argument It is not try II Ing to give the calamity howl either I lu fact it endeavors to explain away the unpleasant foots which it is forced to present in regard to the state of tradeDuns report shows a total of 1530 I I failures in all branches of business for J July with liabilities of over 17000 000 Its own comment on this state of affairs is Tho total shows a heavy Increase in comparison with the corresponding month last year which is mainly due to phenomenally sound conditions at j that time So conditions were 17000000 worth I more stable this time Inst year than 1now The slump has been going on1 and the threefor some tone next t months will slew u marked Increase l in the number of failures It looks as though the republicans would bat obliged to drop their prosperity argu ment very shortly IU Mnnlitulule the Figure The census employes arc being t1 opt1 that have been collected in time for manipulation for republican campaign purposes There are a lot of quos tions on the census schedules which were put there for no purpose eX cept to extract information for re publican use The system in tho census department Is simple Any returns which do not carry out the republican theory can be ignored anti other com binations made Nobody will be the wiser The work is so divided and classified that neither employes nor chiefs of divisions can be sure just how the statistics are to be used in the final tabulation Director Merriam Is honestly and frankly a partisan lie was disappointed at not being made one of Me Klnleys cabinet but he is doing service now which should entitle him to promotion if the country decides that it wants another four years of Im perialism and trust control Merriam Is not a statistician but he gathered about him n number of shrewd manipulators of figures who have had experience in various states They can produce statistics from the census reports which will prove beyond doubt that the moon is made of green cheese or any other absurdity desired A DoOiotiilnB Policy The administration drifts a little nearer war with China every tiny It is trying to do nothing In particular and thus please everybody This policy has not the desired result Our troops with a few thousands of the allied forces have started for Peking It will be little short of n miracle If any fragment of theta are ever hard from again olive There lire about 300000 Chinese blocking the wny and they are armed with mod ern rifles and know how to fight Whether the minister and citizens are alive or dead the admldlct ration inns missed Its chnnee by not coil ing congress in extra session at once sending 50000 troops If necessary to their relief nnjl then getting out of China and leaving the allies to do what they liked Bryan would have done that had he been In the white house ADOLPH PATTHRSON WISCONSIN IN LINE lraling Men In the Wolverine State llellerr Thnt Ilrynn Will Cap tore Their CoiuiiionTrenllti Democrats who hue traveled considerably throughout this section oi tip oeuntry says a special from Ls Crosse Wis bring In surprising re ports that the people are angry nt the republican administrations misdeeds nnd will have no more of It In fact they soy that It looks as It Bryan will carry Wisconsin which bm always been given to the republicans and with a goodsized majority too Principal among the objections to Mark Hannas administration Is the attitude of the party In power on Im perialism pad trusts The German linorlcans are loud ln their denunciation of MoKlnleys atti tude toward the Philippines and be lieve that it is his intention to turn the government Into a monarchy Suoh Is the feeling through this congression al district and reports from Minnesota on the other side of the Mississippi river are of the same nature lion James J Hogan who gained considerable notoriety In 1SOC by fight- Ing Bryan and the sliver platform but who now is one of the most stanch supporters of the next president hat refused to allow the use of his name 011I a candidate for governor His large business Interests will prevent him from making the run although he 1is ac knowledged to be one of the strongest democrats in the state at the present timeAttorney C L Hood who has been suggested for tbeplace also refuses to run giving as his reason that be could riot give up his law practice This leaves onlyI one person In this section of the state who has been men boned for the candidacy Hon Wen dell A Anderson mayor of La Crosse and the best the city has ever had This is acknowledged by the majority of citizens republicans as well as dem ocrats Mayor Anderson has been spoken of for the position several times but he refused to run lie has not yet refused to be a candidate this year and It is thought that he can be induced to do so Mayor Anderson served two terms under Clevelands administration as consul to Montreal Can and no quitted himself remarkably In this po tuition In connection with Mr Hogan it might be added that this change of opinion regarding Col Brynn was brought about by n hunting trip with him on Col Wetmores reserve in the Ozark mountains lIe also spent a couple of weeks with him on a fishing uxpoditlon at Mliiocqua Wis He has many Interesting experience to tell of these outings and is always ready to do so lie says Mr Bryan is the most won derful man he ever knew honest the day U long and the best possible man for the nations chief executive Chicago American In the organization of every territory under democratic administra tion congress confined itself strictly within the limitations of the constitu tion of the United States Such a thing as the power of congress to over step the bounds of tho constitution in legislating for the territories or any rlgardI it been suggested The republicans on the other hand declare that In legis hating for the territories and govern ing them congress ono the administra lion nre above the federal constitution Philadelphia Record The republican rally might have stiffened up that antitrust plank a trifle The republican party has earned the rl to scold the trusts wIzen it feels like it Albany Argus THE GOLD DEMOCRATS Gelling llMck to the Only PnrtyThnl- Itellevr from lix- torllnn llucknordentootntfejaof pounce that they are now supiJorung Bryan and They SIIIonsonslI which they Xon the silver question which was thc Ua d lug issue in 1600 have undergone no change I haktforlWtnCIijh3e nolliintheirnntltijaltlflaa1foIalowsl 1 UnAmerican colonization dh rtiptlve not only of our national inters rity and morals but akn of our nn tlonalpparv prosperity and perpetuity 2 1he fostering of trusts nulhofun just and flagrant private monopdlyV CI The ColoNization to which the Mo- Less county drmocrata object hen deed unAmerican Properly speaking it Is not colonization at all which fromanew and plant there the kwa the inlti1 tutioua the olvllhwUon of that trllbf fy 4 1 ITHERES THING What the republican party nimar un dertaken to do IIs not to perple s wilderness either adjoining orremot from the United Statesr vlthAmeh cans but to establish Amen an dominion over countries already denw Ily populated na Illinois or even Maws ohutoetts over millions of people Q rtioaforsense of the word To true colonization that Is to If+ overflow of American people and last nations into unoccupied territorY or 1rfInguse of the soil and other resoimt availablethere Is no rational objw tlonTo the conquest of countries nice v densely populated where there is room for genuine American coioniu tlonlo the subjugation of million f people and their government as upon the assumption that they are not capable then gaitselves there Is objection That sort of thing disruptive not only of our national ini tegrity and morals but also of our ra tional peace prosperity and pet tulty As to the trust Issue there can lw ti mistake The republican part is tfo poiitfibie for the Dlngley tariff In0i absence of which ninetenths of lU trusts would be linrmleiw The trusts recognize the republku party as their party They go to It for such legislation including time Pom Hlcnn law as will help fatten tlinr bank recounts They multiply sri wax defiant of law when thnt party In power These notorious facts point unmit takably to time only party from whtoi relief from trust extortion is to be ei Chicago Chronicle A Republican SuMrrfiiKr The managers of Mr McKlnleyxcat VBBS for a second term apparently are planning a business scare as tw most convenient means to the ttfi which they have In view for the par pose of forcing large contributions t the campaign fund in the first I instance and of stampeding the voters ultinwt ly they seem to be striving to exci the public mind anew on the trilnr question There lIP a dispog politirmiiiscrosslon of the hour to what Is saidle111tlllr most to make the country believe time the free coinage of silver is involve Xovtlabernfinclusions which are equally fictj tiouaBoston Globe I THE PRINCIPAL ISSUE As the Democratic Ilntform any 1 Ia Impcrlnllfiiu told Not 10 lu 1 The democratic convention was right and wlsw In declaring that the burnings ur of imperialism Is the para oiount issue of the campaign It Is the way of the Amoncn1tpcople to settle one Issue at a time In the war of 1S H time one object of the north viix to save the union Everything else I Lincoln so often wild was n side I lit In 180S the one object of the na tin In gQlng to nor kith Spain wna to free Cuba Other Consequent s serve nom considered 1 i In all our presidential elect lonirone itue has been paramount determin ing In 1800 it was to stop the exten iiin of slavery Into the territories In tst it wall to sustain the government it prosecuting the war In 1SOS it was to preserve the fruits of the war In 176 it was reform the battle cry of Tuien In 1SS4 the election turned m 1 inly upon the political character of James O Blaine In J80U thetipmlnant iMH waji the odious MdKlntc1 + tariff In 1is90 It was of ooursv freesilver at 1C to lhla year U the Kantu City plot form truly declare Mthe paramount la sir le the burning Issue of Imperial ijm invohiiig the very exist em of the rrpublle and thedeatruotlonof our free intitutions Surely nothing Gem be NO SUCH J 1 AS IMPERIALISM subjects unquestionably pected l manifest more paramount or more fundamental than this Why then Ilit there nay question glime11uy of acceptance so promptly accept the challenge of the 16tol plank In the democratic platform and wekHo make that again the paramount Issue It it not oa the Brooklyn Eagleao acutely Jaye because honest money Iii a uni venal Interest fa lt not because the shrewd republican managers know that ten hesitating voters will vote to protect their money and property to one who will vote upon so splendid an abstraction as equal liberty and a re public true to its ideals With Mr Bran himself rratp thf de termination of the question whether the paramount Issue stall be In fact paramount Mr McKinley by his frank declaration of the republican purpose to hold and to rule the Philippines by supreme authority outside the oonstltutlonregurdleiui of the ef fect of this poi+toua graft of empire upon the healthful stork of the repub lic renews the inestimable opportunity to make time burning Issue ot im perlmlMn the pivot of the election N Y World POINTS AND OPINIONS One of the most grateful results of democratic victory this year wilt be the elimination of Mark llnnna as a dominating figure In American pub lie fifeSt Louis llepubllc very list of killed and wounded that comes to us from the Phil ippines Is a record of unjustifiable cru elty to our own sons and adds to tho longchnpterof dishonor with which the McKinley administration has darkened our national annals Atlanta Journal Mr Bryan Is a dangerous man He Is a man of the people and that sort of a man should not be allowed to go ot large these times He might Intrude himself In some rude way upon the palatial repose of n protected mo nopoly nnd smash some of its crock ery Columbus 0 Iress Poet There Is every reason to believe that tho south will bo solid for Ilryan and Stevenson In November Ken tucky Maryland and West Virginia will follow North Carolina in giving an Increased democratic vote sufficient to place them again neatly In the demo cratic column Buffalo Courier Democracy Is not making a cam paign of apology and explanation this year Apologies and explanations are the chief products of the republican machine In this campaign The republican machine has a patent on that sort of thing now and democracy has no disposition to Infringe upon It Omaha WorldHerald IIS t WITHOUT A NOMINEE Mr Towne Declines to Be Candl date of Populists talvlngIteaaoneIIU Letter tor Re llillU tn Accept Nomination for the morN envyiinfaeiD- emocretla l Platform Duluth Minn Aug 8oormcr Con gressman Charles A Towne who was nominated for the vice presidency by the populist notional convention held at tBjoux Fall in May has sent the following letter to the committee of notifications lion P M niimdal Chairman and the Members of tho Committee on Notification of the Candidate for Vleo President of tha PolIa Party National Convention held at Sioux Fall a D May II and II 1 Gentlemen When on tho 5th of July at Kansai City I had the honor to receive from you the ofllclal notinoatlon of the ac then of your national convention In nom Irldentrtheanomalous and delicate circumstances In the presidential ntuatlon that you permit addementeither accepting or declining that nomina ties This request you were pleated to grant and now after mature conldrntlon of all the factors Involved that concern the welfare of the eau e of political reform In this reentry and my own duty thereto I am constrained to Inform you In all re peot that 1 must derllne the nomlnailoa tendered mtt by the Sioux Pall convention In Hnun ins this conclusion I cession forbear t eipresa to you and through you to the great convwitls whose com patriottoI year convention rrpreeented my tlop- WCSse el boner oonforred upon me To bo the Hnanltanuc choice of such coMVontlon for the 4roiMl hlsnoot alee In lhe eorvico anyItlamTwo airouiiMlMitMo however add OM pneoatIMtaseeunooNefted by rat cad scos4Iy that the nvajtUoa M Isthe ease also of its seat- laseI for the proeM Ml West out of lu own political orsajMiatlaft to sIect a raatfMat To my mind thin settee of Ute SIoux 1Alk coowntton In nomlnatlni lor preoMleM a JvpreoentaUv of the d mocralk party and for vice preeMent a rotreo Btai r of the direr retnibltoan party ls ace ot tM moat encouraging and Inplrsagpectaclse- Ia rvceat politir lu uneeinehJMoe and praydoor1 merely pertsn artlntag roved M pro iedur wt that cuovoulton Into Ibo IereSN upper air 01 true twit heroUm Frost a Kh a plat IUI thin what ecrvtw what aorrt nc cM be aattd la the sere or she re puMk- ItMlun of the Drtiiucrnl nit woe of course the axiwttaliea of your tonventloM that ala numlnatlon lor MM vke iHHMUnuV wotfM prove aoeeotaote le the conwnUa of tIM democratic sad u kmKsaeagver rvpuMlMM U detemte repreooni lag a claim and lerrtlorte were ladedtu u4Hi the tukei cfcueen at Bloux Y but to in oetal democratic cwfiv av U aBOhnr cuutw vumnwr ed ltell 71- whef iruuf tiuntln was prrwntvd to tbui coovcntlun sad wa rrcoivrd with nmarkable demoncLratloae ot approval by the MHormow num4r of rltlten spectators and with the M dotsgate Nut gogrsykloafeaeweidtet- sad the Salt 0lal ns ftls P4n t Ute country it wu amd w till corer is a entlment aemalhtlllK tht the a 1- ebnull be a man already klatla4 with I drtnocratk onahliation not only hy hold awebuttermined the slrctlnn of Uon Adlal B Bteventon of Illtaut a man of unlmpoach able character and of rip nolitkal esp rl encc who a a member o f coarq more than 3S years MRH wee a rlo associate sad colaborer of lien J It Weaver and olhrgreat leaders In the reforms pulKlcul move lrcInti by rebelling against the betrayal of demo era tic principle by Jrald1 rirveUnd When Mr Stevenson hd b n nunf mated what was It my duly to do My name had guns beterttb wnvatwaaloggs with hli nil I had been beaten The Mm nation had been made decttlvely aid with absolute fAlrneM The candidate chotenwag personally unexceptlonatil hie toy ally to our principle was beyond qui tlon and his career had been a long exompHH cation of them Manlfeitly It was my duty upot5thisi I publlcat convention and succeeded In per t10vicetoured to the silver republican nationalI committee with full powers later IIn the ntsht thlll committee pieced the name e- Mr Stevenson on its ticket u candidate for vie+ president Why He DcHlnra This recital clearly develops the Jtua tlon aa It now IIs Kverybody know that either Mr Stevenson or Mr Itoosevelt to be the next vice president at the tnlted MIle 1 am expected to take a lalx rtou part In the campaign I shill of course ad vocate the election of Hryan and Steven liOn The democratic convention before which I was a candidate nominated Uryan and Stevenson The liver republican party of which ontoniiatlon I was the em clal head for nearly four years has nom mated llrvan and Stevenson In what light should I appear before the American onepticket while I should ndvocatlnif be gnng throughthe form of running on anrth Nobody In the United States would oink I hall tho slightest chance of being elected and no body would believe that I considered my self aerlouily a a candidate unless at the same time he believed me to he abeolutely larking In common sense Whom could ouch n phantom candidacy dIp What respect should I deserve Indeed If In such anybodyparty to be expert excep tlonalty keen and menpalltlcal ment So obvious a sham could not elude their vision Either they would recant my Implied uncomplimentary estimate of them or they would be Juitltled In funning one of me which could result only In Injuring the cause whlrh It had been the profdobject f my mistaken folly to advance Consistency andeandurln polltlcstherefor- em own eeltreapft R proper deference to the peoples party and a sincere regard for the welfare of the cause of political reform In time United States all counsel that I now respectfully replace In your hands the hon orable trust party committed to me In contemplation of a differ cut complexion of affairs than that which has resulted In conclusion I may be permitted to ex the profound satisfaction which Ifeel In contemplating the present attitude of the democratic party In 138 1 was ono of those who keenly feeling the recreancy of the republican party were much In doubt whether the memorable democratic convention at Chicago In adopting Ita plondld platform and nominating William J Bryan for the presidency Will actuated nttlcenl mugtsettled all possible doubt on that subject The platform adopted not onlyI reenacts the principles of 1895 but In language whose force dignity and beauty have never been equaled In a similar document re ponds to the new issues presented In tho growth of the trustmonopoly and the lm erlalltlc policy of the administration by an appropriate enunciation of those sub lime doctrines of human rights and llbor ties whose profession and observance havo been the peculiar glory of our country and are the lure basis of the ultl mate happiness of mankind And again the duty of carrying the banner or the cause has been committed to that tried and trusted hand whose grasp has never weakened which no feat can make to fatter and no burden can dismay The lender Ibltdmade memorable an unsuccessful contest It will crown a victory with Imperishable splendor With every sentiment of respect and ratltudo I remain most sincerely yours UUAULE8 A TOWN DEVOTES HER TIME TO POORiA Ilnnkera DniiHchter at drvvlork helps to nrlahlen tbe Live of Others Wealth homo comfort and every luxury money can acquire have no at traction for Miss Mao Drown daugh ter of John Crosby Brown millionaire banker And It Is well for the poor of the East side of New York that they baVe not for had It not been for her a score or more of persons would have dYed from the heat during the recent trot spell To her a life on the East side in the heart of the tenement dttrlctoIIIs preferable to the cpacloua brown motllion on Rut Thirtyseventh street for on the East side Miss Ilrowa can minister to the poor tIn Brown took a course In nursing at the Pre byterlan hospital So many rich girl take up nursing as a fad and then give It up when the hard task come that U was not thought Miss Brown would continue long The hanker daughter Is not of that kind The salary she drew at the hospital she devoted to the poor Before grAduating r nroln became Interested In the nurse settlement 203 Henry street established by Mitt Wald and Miss Brewcter several years ago Xo sooner was Mime1 Brown graduated than she took up her resilience In the settlement and since she has made a study of condition existing nn the Hut aide and helped to allay suffering LEAVES DAUGHTER A FORTUNE Vnln Mother tying llreomr non rllnl lo tier Child of Whom air Tae Ashamed Dy tile death In Sal Pranoitoo UftL Almlra S Townsend her daughter stn Rita K Murray of salsa Inherit a fortune estimated to be worth over halt a mllMen dollars Mrs Murray had bees estranged from her mother from ottUtflieod the canoe being the extreme vanity and frivolity of the mother who would not HcknawUdge that she was the mothw of a child buteflen referred to her as her slater When very yoe KUa was placed In a convent and vdtseAtei Upos lenvtag that plea she west to the with A fans O1 4Murray at lads lull Bos ton and wbaegsestly amses4ed Ute son Tkouuu P Murray Mr Murray died short a year sad a half ago A letter end a tetogiwm have bees tIOetved irons Mrs Murray suyiuf that her mother had Wuoiue rt uolWKl before death andJ that ih had suotewfaMy proved her olalm to the estate and bdII been appointed adtolaistratrlx ti MONSTER EAGLE SEIZES CHILD Fathrr nt the Mill Victim Hbools the Illrtl se It U Abonl to IIU An eagle swooped dews on agtet pofii children vtho were playing In the yardtof T Smith a fanner of Sheboygan Palls Wle the other slay eJwtijbta one Of the little ones tu Its taless awl was jnaklug off with its burden when It was brought down by a well4lrottrdahot Irvin the father of the baby who had been brought to time scone by the breams of the ohlMren When stru k the bird let its vie Um fall but the child was net seriousl- yI hurt The eagle measured oi feet from tip to tip of its wings HplUlUlr In Ihula Until now eplleptla In Hussla have been treated as insane They have been confined In lunatic asylums In the same wards with hopelessI Innn ties The Bustlan presa undertook s crusade against these condition and now a building U to be created where tplieptlca will receive proper medical treatment MARKET KKIOIIT 13CATTMSelect butahor 5 15 5 25 75lJ005Seloct SolOSmutll11OIcu5 SOoLOUltSIrlntWHKATNo f roll 70 44OISommtxedIIYI 116JIMPOIIKJAUD Steam Mr 0 4fy BUrrnUCh dairy H Tutee creamery UPOlA1OiCSPorIQroulccovowOld 1000- CHICAGO GUI15 00WHJUT 77Noa6hOATSNu 2CJ404IOIKills6GLAUDSteRmNEW YORK 20WIlBAr44yaOATSNo 2145ItyiGayIOIIKMess1275LAUD o 05 UALTlMOnii t f 1211UY80ullltrn j INDIANAPOLIS 73COHNNo4UOATSj 24Irs LOUISVILLE 50WHKATNo73COHNMixed4045OATSMixed27rPORKMess a 00LAUDStcn1n1 Fyn S- y fr JSSfc + a it rp iT f4tW 1iq ts L- r0 1 i f i1 1 1 ltrYrGtdGfEt tiGtrtatrt4GCtti f tGffG EYrGrtNet1i G16iFfnY+ r lI STATE ITEMS OF INTERESTv fObGGJ C J 7 bJ39asbiYJA i3tbY11p lY3t1 9 i17gLilil l bPy TRIED ON A TRAIN The Hrnntonlncri n PatMuvlnu lliiKKnu Cur LMtollltf Ky tug13Jesse Law wite lItarlMin who murdered hie unU Irw Anne llrunton In Moaile recorlllJrouking Intho1 trnl train running at the rule of 0 sidles ate hor mornlnQCwttyMoutIoSherlgT dUllIthftluft Atx31waylteekpassedthroughoriginalplssnthe IuHlHvlllp llendemon d St LoitU larh1Jgnm snug Uiat n mob hail fornio1t at WlllnuilHlw through whteh Uu train hid to para At OHM a shift was nindo to the lltlnol Central train which was Ulan lister atom nt tho Somali street HUtluH Pi1 which pned through ono corner of Meade n mile and n half In extent Wen Tip Top on the border IIDC MuwR was roachwl the prs onor was tnmforrt from tho day coatis to the luggage oar The doon woro rtowxl Ilio Judge sheriff and1 dotwtlM for the defeiwe took their pedltoiu with arum In Utlr hands dtfturminml to bnt oft any attack In Mao the mob had 1 learned of tinohamge In pima Tho lawyer for the ilefeme wlili rend to his client and then aaneune 1 preyllwslnnryheld UMrlutm ovur to the circuit ooHrt of Mesde coHiity without bind The entire prwceodlugii lasted Mil than four inlHHlcft Wncn Muklragh wn raaehed and the train passel Into Ilerdln county oilierm nail prisoner ra onler 4l the day conch At the next Htotlon they eaught the return lug train and at 7SO oclock In the evening Durham was once more In the I JlallISHOWmi flame Iruntlnrnt Propi Asked to Take fart In Ixiulivllle GrewtC- u1MIMK seat Louisville Ky Aug 12 The fol i tuiI t show this falls Gen Nolion A Miles U S A and W Stanton KllloU New York saw airy walk trot ont Boater Mihll home William C Whitney and George II Huline Nw York harnewi horses A J Ctiamtt IhilNilflphla John K MaiUdH IxixlHgton Jtalld Joseph UurollghbrcJClabroitaMertlinor Lovering flames Arthur CTilelipntcr Ilryn Mawr Ia liHHturit jumper and polo pontes Jacob IVrklH Cluvokind 0 and Lexington1yRULING AGAINST CONVICTS eInIrnrr hr the Gavrrmor lttomeyCttllortlt upforoeinmuled to a turns of ycnm non not receive the benefltH of the goodtime law iinlll after the date of the com mutation The question wan ruined In the mite of VlllInin Cook who was Pout up for life secured frosts Coy lluckbam n commutation to ten years Ho bad alr Hidy serve eight years and claimed to be entitled to two ycnrn ihulur the goo lthnc law The prlMin commlMlon refused to release him Woman I r iin llrnil In Church OwlngHvlllc Ky Aug l1hlloicerilcoM wuro being held at n church near Sprlngllold the mlnUtor Illus trated his sermon by relating nn In olden t of n former sermon which ltd prvaehvd during which a woman took flak and died In her chair Just nn he llnlshod Mrs Samuel Ilcrsull foil tinconHcloiiH to the floor She was borne to her residence but woe dead when she reached there Heart dis ease wan the oauxo IMnnt Will lie Unlit Loulsvlljc Ky Aug 12It wan an nounced positively that Armour Co of Clilcngo will by Monday next begin the erection of n plant at Jirook and Main streets lhelr object in to be near the sheepwiping center and avoid the expense of shipping to Chi cago and then to tho east Tho plant vlll cost 160000 Cnmiinlan Coiumltloo UrKnnlied Louisville Ky Aug OIho rupub Mean campaign committees formal organization was perfected by electing Leslie Combs Lexington chairman George W Long Lcltchflcld secretary and George W Welch Dan- Ville treasurer lopull t to Nominate Iuducah Ky Aug 12A call of the populist district executive com jnltle to meet here on the 17th has been Issued The meeting is to name B candidate tor congress in this dis mtrict s I CALL FOR AN EXTRA SESSION Oov llrckhnni Ilrln Action In He- lutliui to An rinl llnjf the Lear lulnture Louisville Ky Aug 13oov neck liam hula decided to postpone Issuing the oall for a special cession of the legislature until tho middle of this week This decision was reached aft er a conference with the members of the democratic state campaign com orgnnIztd afternoon with exGov Jiiines U Me Creary aa chairman and John M Las secretaryGovstatement in regard to the Special session even going no far as to decline to soy whether he would Issue such call or not It Ili known how over that the call will be Issued and It Iis learned frosty out close to fleck ham that It will be made before the close of this week While lleakham was here Leslie throughGot bate was handed to him He referred the matter back to the campaign committee which will accept for him thus Insuring n series of oratorical contests between Yerkes mid Duck ham It Prank 1onkc was empowered to organize campaign clubs in every county These will be represented at the national meeting of democratic clubs to bu buhl in Indianapolis October 3 GAVE SHERIFF THE SLIP Offlrrr War Injured Trylnr lu Re- rapture III Irlnonrr Who Makr 111crape daylastty WM landed In jail here charged wltli horse ntenlingV M Cnudol of Luwrcincc county followed him and fled legal complaint before Judge Joj Iteimrtt wlicreu on Shurlu John Col linn started back to the mountain 1th him Ac soon an they were ia the country where George knew every hog byjumpingjumped after him and fell over a chiT shooting lihnnclf through the hand and Inflicting a very painful and dangerous wound Collins arrived home a wiser and madder man while George handcuff and all IU at large A Tt ST SUIT ISM latitnvllle Newport and CoTln un McuiMil Invulvril to the fMIM O Crnunntoff Prunkfort Ky Aug 11 Superln tciuliHt Marks Attorney It II Blair nnd rcpriwcntntlvtm of tho touUvUle school bunnl were here conferring vlth Attorney General Ilrecklnrldgo regarding his opinion addressed to the Huperintendunt of public In titrnetlon holding that the dotldt of lout year eon not bo paid out of the 1800 school revenue It was decided to test the question In tho courts and n unit vlll be flied here immediately msd taken up to the appellate court Hie Loufclvlle and Uavngtoii and Newport pchool are involved to the mount of 00000 Grand lixlire uf Mnlen Grvcnup Kj Aug ItThe grand lodge of Kentucky known as the Mules has jiiKt clotNtd one of time most interesting nniuml ncsBlonn at Sprlnfp1IU this county In tho history of the order Phis orgnnlzatlon hag proved n terror to the cvll doer In Kentucky West Virginia and Ohio In tho lust three years nnd bids fair to spread to other Ktntcx in the near future Xotnrlm TammlMKloii Void Frnnhfort Ky Aug U Attorney leneral Itrecklnridgc prmtr It MH his opinion that persons who secured coinmlRHloiiH IIH notaries public sign ed by W S Taylor after January 31 the day Uoebel was sworn In as gov ernor ron not act nil such without securing a proper conitnlsslon signed by Gov lleckhnm mid that it must be paid for ngnln Fugitive AVnii clubbed Paducah Ky Aug 10Dlok Lewis postmaster of Kagland Ky who dla apcurtd some time ago after it ihi alleged he forged four orders for 100 each has boon captured near his home where he was hiding Ho says that after his light he went to St Louis where he felt in bad company and was robbed of 000 lj mlBKtan May hove a CUT hall Lexington Ky Aug 12The in itial steps towards the erection of nn elegant new city hall have been taken here and It is almost certain that the building will be erected at nn early date It will cost about 200000 Tliouuht HlrCtUld Veil Fulton Ky Aug 12ins Murphy Morris n prominent farmer commit ted suicide with a shotgun Ho came to dinner and finding his baby in a rigor front spasm Morris thought the chill was dead The shock cuuwd him to rkill himself Fire Co in puny nt Blktoa Klkton Ky Aug lfhe mayor cityhnvccompany is composed of SO men with Capt J A Thcisa chief The men will be allowedJlwhen cajledM for duty Passing of the Jloru So soon II nature seer an improvement there I it a change Thepare way to electricity The spinning wheel to tnachln ery the horse to the automobile The fact that Hortettern Stomach Bitter has been sold for over hail a century proves ita value atomachdorlinrand the only one to cure dyspepsia or weak stomach I 0 Ties11111 Point Fair Medical Student What doyou think of physiciansOkl they are nil right Why we derive twothird of our income from women Chicago Evening Sew 950000 a Very Loy EUmate This is the opinion expressed by Charles I Ii Goldthwllite of Troy Ala who wrote as u follows I would not tape 500 for the good 1alraers Lotion ha done my son The physician who had treated him for fifteen months pronounced it the worst cue of Granulated Eyelids he ever saw No house hold should be without Palmers Lotion and lfyourdruggistdoesnotkeepthem Pearl Street New York and receive free pamphlet of testimonials and sample of Lo tion or Soap O sillspainWhy the minute be gets paid we all bor row of himIndlanapolis Journal The Hoxeri tChina problembutand will never succeed Some people in this country seem to think that they have as great a puzzle on their hands in selecting a location for a home They will certainly go about it in the wrong way unless they in the beautiful farming country on the lime of the Chillo Milwaukee S ft Paul Haiway in Mannette county uiicoonn plentyfinewater tend sold and on long time Why rent A farm whetsou CAn buy one for less than you pay for rent Address C U Hollini Land Agent 101 La Salle St Chicago I In orilin1wllhto our souls by the eternal goodness whence they meUOIloh Transcript Do Tour reel Ache and llnraT Shake into your shoes Allena FootKaie a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Keel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweating Feet All Druggists and Shoo Stares tel t25c Simple tent FREE Address Allen S Otmated Le Boy N Y Goodness without graciousness ugt and toadlike if he has a jewel it iis of the bead anti not of the heartjJoston Tran scriptThe lint Prescription for Chill 1I1CnllJTmnoI i I pay There fis only one excuse for buying on credit the hope that the merchant will for purchueAtcl1isonGlobe To Cure n Cold In Oe flay Take Ijxxatl vo Dromo Quinine Tablets All uggtssrofund money i it fail to cure 25a thebrideazine put her wedding eleventh in a column of 13 Indianapolis Journal I tWflIladPeb101000Put matter of political arts eh Is there any hiphrr decreeT Oh yes postmaster you know Detroit Journal It requires no experience to dye with PtrrXAM FAIIELR IJiDs Simply boiling your good tu tho dyo Is alllthats necessary gold by nil druggist What profiteth a man if he wins the jackpot and loses on the next days races Town To- picsABSOLUTEI SECURITYI rGenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Rear Slwiature of I SM FacSlmlU Wrapper Below mall sad u euyIYery I take M npr I CARTERS ITIlEIVER PI LLS FOR NEAIARHL FIR MIZINCSS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPII LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FORTHECOMPLEXION IINII atyetI I I CURE SICK HEADACHE I THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRe DAMB INDIANA FULL COURSES IN Classics Lctttrs Coo 5cIencetPharmacytrial Engineering Architecture Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Free to ait Students who hLom pleted the studies required for admission Into t the Junior or senior Year of any of the Colltgi ate Courses Rooms to Rent moderate charge to students over seventeen preparing fortollrRtateCiur e A limited number of Candidates for the Kccle sUttleal state will be received at special rate yearsIsIpOOeaalOIURBV A MORKISSBV C S C Pr lilent 0tCWhenreputationthatpreparationi intoaachieved IyIendirrment of the world The iudgraefttof the imperlUlnaLyoufjmnbing torerWhIrIkclue1 profitpuricethroughtrrUis you a substitute for CascaroUTI totila repu tatina which another business man has paid for togoIInolhl1IIBeware of tho Cascarot eubstltntor InhulktailedrstampedCaoNo Geraldine tat partition of ChinaisI waltDtlianapolil i Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Price 75o I reducetHollon7is sweet to kiteso iis Kiime Gum to chew31ns howto Paleand WeakWomen Beauty and strength In women vanish early In life because of monthly ftln or some menstrual Irregularity Many suffix silently and see their awayIIll1 I f PtekhMni Vegetable Compound I faffis women preserve nonilness of form and freshness of face me MMe It makes their en tire female organism healthy It carries wo JMM safely through the various natural ariseNMpf is the safeguard a Wmans health the truth about this grkat neillclne Is toll In the letters from women MAa published In this paper constantly Rope ROOFINGI coot TWI square toot ea P and nuts Included rhoYyFRANKLIN COLIE6EoI OoTtnion 7Clh sear B4SMMlnistn toUi IUO a8IIbucket board satabruetreepals I4 Tnr t1 1 town end of- tawpL utneatpl5ewhlrbeonerstt5food from th tliroat to tli tomb L Mdiaeend of tomchiJ lylnrlo end of ttoraMb Duodenum S sail bladder I a C Small lows sue r Zcum a AOt1ld11l1r colon- ma TrkDPttn colon II hecendlucolon It blgmold ntl ore Ir Rectum II Anus The dulkltnum la elatinuom with the D The 51014115I Into th aWtIlarge vII or colon at the ThI arrow Indicat- elbedirectlonwldrhtheontente Lthe bowels mUll tallo in IIfOe SOc For Infants Clad Children I InBears I UsTheForSiguaturaThirty I OfDKindd You Have Always Bought R THC CKNTAUR COMPAHTTT HUIIIIAT THItT MIX rna CITT i i t i t iE It I If you will buy three IJk J Old Virginia Cheroots I Jr and smoke them today you will get o the greatest amount of comfort and = I 1 satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in f a smoke and get it three times over J = = You havent any idea how good they = are and cannot have until you trythem t r Try three today instead of a 5c cigar = l I Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centsa 1I i I I1 i iIii 1Iire wINCHESTER i TeNs aI aHI WtetotK Rifles SWgwsariAimilttM ISend name and address ca a postal now Dont delay If you are InterelledfWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN I n InitillH Alls DlgesiiM TDRE IOFFETfSKIIIISI i Mikes Strengthen Regulates Teething RelievesChthe the the Bowels Child Euy Bowel ol tests Mlj1 25 ceets at DnwstsTreublu AO- GOrBuUXMitetoCJMOFFETT M DM ST LOUIS MO CHICACO OMAHA DoubleDally serviceNe- wUnevlaRock ford Dubuque Waterloo Fort Vodro sob Coun rll Bluffs nnaeP- hbrarysmoklag ears sleeping cars free reclining cbalr cars dlDln car Send to the dndenl ned fora free ropy of Picture and Not CnRouti Illustrat lne this new line as seen from llie car window Tickets of agents of I C R It and connectlnr mines jLnUANSOXOlXChle co LADIESI When IloctlfIIandotbrn tltloreJlev- eJoutrNFMI1 IIDoverrau Box free airs It A Kownn Utlwraukfte WI Everybody Major custard made from Bdrnhnns x Cream Custard Just RstolYeJnbptinilk I and set away to harden Indorsed b7hysii jIIJoo cians as a healthful and nutritioiis food for tIChildren and Invalid All Grocers are gin ing a lOc package free to a purchaser of a package of Hurnhams Hasty Jeeonthen- est Jelly prcnaratmr Order today et- A rN KE 1826 WIZEN VK1TI0 TO ADVKUT19EKS pirate tote that you saw the advertise mtol ia this paper X30 FEET OF BOWELS 1art packed away In your insides and must be kept clean In order and doing business Its a long way with many turns and pitfalls to catch carefullycleaneddayWhen canal Is blockaded lookout for troublefurred tongue bad breath belching of gases 1 yellow spots pimples and boils headaches spitting up ofllfood after eating an allaround disgusting nuisance r Violent pill poisons or griping salts are dangerous to use for cleaning out the bowels TheyII e force out the obstruction by causing violent i spasms of the bowels but they leave the in testines weaRan even less able to keep up regular movements than before and make a larger dose necessary next time Then you have the pill habit which kills more people than the morphine and whiskey habits combined The only safe gentle but certain bowel cleansers arc sweet fragrant CASCARETS because they dont force i out the foccal matter with violence but act as a tonic on r the whole 30 feet of bowel wall strengthen the muscles and restore healthy natural action Buy and try them 1 Lookout for imitations and substitutes or you cant get results Cascarets arc never sold in bulk Look for the trademark the longtailed 44on the box You soil find that in an entirely natural way your bowels will be promptly and permanently t1Made CLEAN and STRON41 by A ALL- ERUGG3 I Fa I g1IItbll1q any needy mortal who cant afford to buy we will mall a box free I A 1i YorkPobuf tea I 1 I 4 4 m n 4 c y r a THE HICKMAN COURIER Ucorge Wnrroiu fH10KMAN KY FRIDAY s AUG 17 1WO Tno3 F FnnnEL a Kontuckinn ann five of Ballard county has been nomi nated by tho Democrats of Idaho for Lieutenant Governortttt TilE candidates for President and Vice President on the Prohibition ticket will travel across tho United States on a special Prohibition train ttttTHE Prohibition State Convention to nominate a candidate for Governor and other State offices will moot at Louis ville the 2lat of this month tttt TilE Sultan of Turkey is in no curry to pay that indemnity to tho United States which he has so often promised to pay Another demand has been made upon him tttt A REPUBLICAN leader connected with the Congressional Campaign Committee says that the Democratic party has the better chance of having a majority in the next Congresstttt I THE Republican imperialists ot Illi nois are making frantic efforts to save the State to McKinley The voters are not inclined to look with favor on their desperate efforts ttttABE LINCOLN often referred totltbo plain people and the common peo pie but lot a man do it now and ho is called a demagogue by the loaders of the Republican partytttt IF the case of Caleb Powers goes to the jury by Saturday it it probable the trial of Henry E Youtsey indicted us a principal in the Goebol assassination will be begun It is believed it can be finished in two weeks ttttCOUAT VON WALDERSEE who is to command the allied forces in China is along ways from taw It is his purpose to come from Berlin to the United States and then sail for China The real dan ger is that the Count may not got there until tho show is over ttttFIVE new American battleships are to bo contractea for this year They 1a iwillbe tho largest in the navy with a +1 fdlaplucomantoffrom 19000 to W000- lt tons and a speed of nineteen knoS i Within three years this splendid addi tion to tho navy will bo ready for ser i r vice ttttTilE National Democratic Committee of Commercial Travelers is daily in receipt r of letters from all parts of the United States showing that the travel ing salesmen at least have at last seen a great light The scales aro falling trom their eyes so fast that the rattle t has reached the cars of Hanua and his crowd ttttIt ItTelDemocrats in the South are Cer tainly having their innings this year They carried Alabama by 50000 major 1 ity last week and besides electing tho A t tState and legislative tickets voted to i 3 3calla constitutional convention to deal f with the negro just as North Carolina I ty ySouthCarolina Mississippi and Louis iana have done and as Virginia and other Southern States will do I t tttt t 1 HEIIEB a little straw that shows tho now direction of the wind Grant Eg U bert salesman for the Goodfellow Shoe J Company of St Louis was on tho San f ta Fo train ono day last week going in to Wichita Kas when a poll of the drummers on the train was taken There were fittyoight traveling mon present Fifty wero for Bryan and eight wore whti0 tia voted for Bryan thirtysix voted lor Mo Kinloy in 1800 tttt Ax olllcer of the Treasury Depart ment estimates that moro than 810000 i+ 000 worth of the oldfashioned fractio- nt al paper currency is still outstanding i t and though some of it has doubtless Jr been destroyed the bulk of it is hold by f 1 1collectors and private individuals Oc some old person dies and the 4cnslonally4r finding a quantity of tho shin I A plasters in a disused pocket book o r Bomo other hiding place send them tc 1LWashingtonto be redeemed tttt+ THE dispatches state that Vico Pres ideutial candidate Roosevelt will be I actively in the campaign from this time until the election and especially the after October 15th ho will dovoto all li- jj time to the State of Now York Ho he- t already demonstrated by his in this campaign that ho Li capable oIf aiding the Democrats more than anybody and the fact that McKinley car- riedit New York in 1890 by 200000 m I jority and that Roosevelt carried it Ilas year for Governor by 18000 is a dom onstratlon of his capabilities as a poUtI foal Jonah Tho more speeches ho make the letter for tho Democrats LOCAL NEWS = c = School per capita for Fulton eouu ty in S2JKJ According to tho usual duto school will commence ut the College the 97th Fulton Circuit Courtcouveiiea the 1st Monday in Soptauibar weeks term fax Solne one has borrowed my new ground plow Plwue return to II II HAKDIXO Breathes there 11 man with soul so dead that hath not unto Isis neighbor said this is hot Dick Lewis the absconding postmaster at Ruglund McCmokon county m in jail at Padueah Rood tho Semi Annual Statement of tint Hlokman Building Loun Aiwocia lion published in this facie What man in going to be bravo enough to appear on tho streets with the latest fad a masculine shirt waist A pntriflod frog was brought to tho Courier cube this week by Mr Ponuie Cravens and is now on exhibition Prices show bont sunk in the Ohio River near Cairo lust weok Forty per sons wore on the bout and all escaped drowning The Nash Clint d St Louis Rail road receives 100000 for currying tho- U S mail on all its lines and the Illi nois Central 8SOBU Wants For Sale For Rent Lot Found To Loan etc inserted in the Courier rate one cent a word uncle insertion Personalmentions free VAnHOlO buy one first class mule not over four years old full fifteen hands high neat and trim in every par ticular D 11 TOOMIB Tomorrow the ISUi ia tho Demo cratic primary in Tennoswco to deride between Rice Pierce and J K Jonas for Congress Interest in tho result extends over into Kentucky The State Prohibition Convention will meet at Louisville August 28th to nominate a candidate for Governor All who are interested in trio cause of Pro hibition in this county are requested to uttbnd The Lake County Press reports the crops this year an equal on an average toalmost any previous year Incessant ruins turned sonic corn yellow but it expects about 100 bushels to the aero and the cotton is from 7 to 8 feet tall Tho Lake County Pross is happy in the expectation of a railroad from Dyers burg to Tiptonvillo from Oblon to Tip tonvillo and one from Ilickman toUpton villo one of which is possible another probable and the one from Ilickman certain lUE soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste its prompt and permanent ours have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere For sale by Cow iII and Gowgill Ilickman and A M Shaw State Line Druggists If any of our readers have an opin ion upon the subject of the shirt waist now and wish to express it the Courier would bo pleased them All communications should bo accompanied by the writers name at least to insure good faith upon tho part of tho writer Irl Hicks has struck it again and up goes his stock HH a successful weather prognosticator A heated term from 2nd to 11th From 11th to 14th is a re actionary storm period and tho obuncos will be good for heavy thunder gusts and some local rain storms amounting to waUrspouts All kinds of Fresh Fish Oysters ant Wild Fowls in season for sale at the Hiokmau Packing Co TolphoueBO The shipments of fruit to tho North by way of the Nashville Chattanooga k oxtromelybeavyly fifty two carloads of melons alono wore sent to tho Northern market while during tho month of July all car loads of poaches CO carloads of molona and thirty seven carloads of purr wore oar ried by this company Attorney General Breckiuridgo has rendered an opinion to Secretary of State Hill holding that notary public commissions issued by former Gov Taylor after January 31 are null and void and that the secretary of State has no authority to draw from tho trolls ury monoy collected and paid into tho state treasury iu payment for such com missions or to issue new commissions in thoir stead Tho work on the now double track of the Illinois Central Railroad from Ful ton to Cairo is being and will ho fully completed before winter weather sotH in As an instance of tho enormous amount of ftodconsumod hy- tho working gangs ono firm in Fulton recently sold ono nun over 8100 of heavy groceries This amount only lasts a week Fulton merchants are getting much benolit out of tho work nile Notice Ore J M Hubbard and 01V Curlin having placed all their claims in m hands for collection I hereby notify an request all or any persons indebted to either of tho above to cull und settle My olllco is nt P M Bunk sJICUullyI CARPENTER dlstinguisheKrI tist 1lag was married last week to Mini Lillio Smith of Trezuvant Teuu Revf Hall Wtlll a widower of only a few months but it is stated that the mar rlago was arranged by tho former Mrs iI ptrformerlCthe water trOth baptizing 7 converts tHe is probably tho ablest Baptist preach iser in the South 18Hoplyillg to a correspondents in feucoso ultol1 county tho Courier nn sever that some time ulnco wu made iII1 special feature of discussing tho nO oasattstledf county aro opxwed to such a law t unit that therefore an election would h u useless expense at this timo This tonr opinion None the less commuui cations for or against for tho iuformas tion of the people would be ww elcomc and published DKWKYS DUMA Ho Itopinliulcs StalPtiKMitR AccridlliMll to Him Admiral Dewey speaking of a pub hshed story of an interview with hlu iu relation to Philippine and Ghiuesi affairs is ru orted as saying My attention hILt been drawu to the article as published I made use of no words staying or intimating that whit over show of rtwUtnncu to our author tty there is ut the present time in the 1Iiilippiues will bo kept up until attar our election iu November Nor did J1 say that the insurrection is kept ally loader who hold out to tliijgcl filers tho hope of lirynu8 election Nrdid 1 say or intimutu that in tips thtu lOll a state of war exists betWi ifWliTj country and Uhlna Theso stnt i rifts attributed to mo are absolutely moor r eeL UEX WHBeiiGIt 8AYKS A L1FK Chicago Aug 13Oon Joe VheflIft Commander of the Department QJ Into Lakes today saved the life of AVllltani Jennings Bryan jr tho 12your dTfl gbn of William Jennings Bryan DutiuxjrulSc oandldato for tho presidency Thtt Tad visited Oon Wheeler and tho latter nf tor his lirst greeting turned to v6rknild allowed tho youngster to amuse liftittHJ- fn but ho could Young Uryan foultdw loose chair cutter und a big bunuldwl j rubber bands Those ho tied Imffii long string und then securing tho otutof to the bottom went to u ivtndowr afid begun bouncing l10 piece of iron tips and down on the aidMalk seventy live ftI belowThe General engrossed with his la bors paid no attention to tho bOY tfko gradually became HO Interested Vn Ills play that ho leaned farther and fartTiw out of the window Ion Whcolpr bijp paned to glance up a few momenta Ifiite I and was horrified to see the lad hnngths fbplanrushed to tho window pulled the lad In by tho legs and landed him safely on the floor ocaurrvbov afterwards GunWheeler noVnownewl l1Iincbpavement below when he caught ffibt sight of him I I STAMP OUT ANARCHY i It would certainly seem to bo In er for tho European Powers to not In cju curt iu the adoption of vigorous rgpr ss lye measures for the exterrniuatlwi of I anarchy if anything like satisfait ry results are expected j At tho present moment uu esporf lly serious menace of assassination It IllSI to hang over the head of overy rah In Europe It is wore than foolish tojat tempt to belittle tho throats of themI orson N Jf anarchists who luavot dently sot out on a Kiugkilllng tjn paigu They have proved their enft ness It won but n few days afur they reached Europe that Brosaiouof their number shot down Humbert ov Italy brcsoi himself declares that MooU of Russia will bo the next viotiii as Lao client who killed the EmpreJi of Au trio announced that HnuiWrt would next be slain This looks lllia th yH tomatio working of n veUorpiitetI business Kentucky the Damping Gronnii 1fthl18A startling condition of been brought to light as a result of ear I rying out the provisions of tho pure food law passed by the Kentucky legislature in 1803 In oarryingtn tho provisions of the law M A JeUdirector of the uxperiment statue of Kentucky State College has corny4- an analysis of 727 samples of to col leotod since June 1803 Of there was found that 200 were adultcrdto and 137 unadulterated In his report Irof Scovoll stator that Kentucky hiss tlteen tho dumping ground for inferior food products that could not be sold In shor States Ho sttti further that ho WOK told by n manufacturer tint pr rvas cqudomnud as nnflt for uxe hIIJhlo wero shipped to Iixllanapolix wra In strnetious to salioylio acid toil au drip to Kentucky Um hundred and forty four adulter ated samples of fool were report t by the board to be brought before tis at tontion of tho grand juries THE FAMINE I5 INDIA That famine still stall abroad u In dia despite the fulling of rain is rouoJi ded for by all travelers returning from the stricken land Help is still lIt1edJ and immediate help at that teliqf committees all over the country at In creasing rather thou decreasing tholr 1efTorhl to collect money for tho Rt vlug millions The principal agency fC tho receiving and distributing of molly for the sufferers the Christum Hunid of New York is in receipt of home fjpoO a day and is forwarding the cuss M fast iWilt Is received At tin Bible house tho ofllco of trio pacer u large iTQftjrfi employed to open and sort tin huge mull that conies addretsswl to tl liiillu Famine Relief Work Ivory rfitt6 taniio is promptly acknowledged l iuprint Dr T DoWitt Tulmiigo the ulieu Is in Europe addressing grunt nUllloIIIIli l thuuufi l pas already beon collected und forward theisinlgy ill needed tp Kayo tho bromiluHS oupa from mfldI who have already Ilorlll1dI Iaruute Twenty First SeiiHiuai SlalementOF ntI9u1IiIl ANDD AASSOCIA IATI N 01s HICKMAN ll IIICKMAN KENTUCKY fur Hie Trrir Kntlliiic July 111 I too PROFIT AND 1088- i ur1 IrvmlutM br Urmw MHWMi 111Tt itait+ rla vnM rtsfor INB M tt- U Ksr fur tm VMW tIl W tNa 1111k- tll1Bt11 111ea11 DISTimiUTION OF OA1NH Ae4 I JISpslrelt WW Ii 14 I M M4In1 is mM Nn o IIIW 0 P r ss tr- 1fLE fl Ill w11irgs It ld1T JS 11- 1ilt BUiir uistJar fII tIIII ii lM WI WI tlM4fi I 11145 9MMII ASURTS- I M BOlMM Iues1sS- ci 4 tIt wIM 141611- 1A Mii11- II LlAlilLITlKH 541111 4MMs J I t loft f34 11la4JM4W 04 U 1 MatQt lL tllJa 3 3Iolats4leiiht HHIH 14471 7111145- 1VALUE OP SHARES I ice ee1Me J 1111- I s NllL titI l 4444- u I 11 Ir O oArI 1 4144 I M Q n 114i0i I 8 I T 1145 1to QEmerson Kluerldgo III don Tenn Aug HUol Bluer tOIl Ktheridgo Is dangerously III from H stroke of paralysis at his homo soar this i wontt1i= == I CARUTlERSf DBAKERY AIDD CO rEDCTIO 5ERYIE FRESH BREAD CAKES CoNFEC- TIONERIES ETC iLIVTOtt WIltKRT HICKMAN KHMTIVK- TTvlophono No 1KX A A PAil A A PAKIH JK Alex AI Paris Son Wholwulc and Ritnil lcal T in COAL WOOD ANn SAND HICKMAN KY Piltshurg JKjfimwha River Illinois and Kentucky Coals Mixen Paints We have added to our large stock OF PA r00 rSa complete line ol RcatlyI JJ1rixJlt h Paints BALL COLORS fe and guaranteed to bo of the BEST QUALITY OOVGIk UQWGILIJ JnUGGIS S 0 Boise Mlioe ICurltcr Shop In UK IIPW Itclddo IIoUl wlnro ran rNulytlkwn raven Well try youJH It IVY Joe w Hcltlirll 11 K trinity BENNETT REMLEY ATFO ItN BYBAlIJA SV hurtsaeclullythe InClintonu Farmers Freo Column Under this heading will IwrouftClr bo pulilUhml notlotw not to uxouod fl huts Mioh from farmers who aro nubmirib productsluLu ixm SAIJI 1iwtolaw Mnro for unlo Apply tto 1 ndgu 11 R WALKHII- Ci uMIlk Cow with lino young wdf fur Sale Apply to O L ROSK Fur Nnlc Two Roller Coulters Apply to 11 It W ALUM oath Book Store 4rl 1 apluiulitl Selcation of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY J fSTATIONERYNOTIONS A die- Cull c J ItI anti see our Stool Kvory 1I1a thiiig up to dato MARY lHitHviMB t Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old cnistomcru Wo aro hornI our1IIItNnRbarber It U OALUWRLL WILL CltOWIUL 111J J lesttQI I1 a Ling iJmnges The Best in the World I You Viiiiini TfnKc a Tflwtttt- tula 1 Baying One Qf these Ranges 1 Ono of Its Strongest 1olntH Is UN ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bakes UlaouitH In 4 Mlnntoa LlRht limed In 40 Minutes Buying a Majestic monnn n IHotlmo of Economical Cooking rail an l KxHiuInc Them YeuMI Ituy lie Ofli r R Ba 333R rI M Aactr HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1SN1Al1LIN1111 1a1 TOM DILLON Sr Propr t euR C ass r dMll Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ K 33 I 3ST C3 STONY WORK of nil Kinds IRON PISNOINGc o Siolcnmn Ky TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged In this 11aI f o of businuse Ml Union City Toiuu NIK otirry Ml nil tlinra a largo slid woll AS sortuolr8look ull Good and Iurw Whfskoy nil woll HH nil other ghOds Jn thntltnoltntr- NlIItclrull solid a TKIAhOKDKIt WR WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFER D As Jut IIsun fuabhCl to soli find hereby offer YOU Pour lrsll Qullrlof Jlo11rWOOtI seven Year ulll Itye Whiskeyfur SoJOI JtxlllWoIIlf8IIIld 1 to ship In nolIIark8fltisfhOtorltoorhtei WIU nnSTfltI CottonBolt cllnenlane+ revolving arm chaIr with plenty of space a smokeryouacidcouchloungIngroomtlrculngroomhouryouporterhousesteakyouplel1seTheCotton neltls thlldlOlCt IlnetoTera Cskoendjpn tlnlll for 1111 art ot Telal Indian Jorrltory tlklaholoa au are thllt mule Wlat at Its Wrlto and yonrlloketwilteostwdchtrain when you will here end WII wIlltell yoU what to take to nllh UuIt lime antironufCllolll anti will send you all lutennllny Utile booklet 1 pin delIlL- LI1dtAllttta1Pour BT liLOUIBtMO111141liar hnrAttlull t =r d t 1fJt 1 It ys 4 tf + rA J N lrltt +M v rII t 1 J 11- I 1- I 1JJI 11- r s toIi z tf I YJ Knllroail Time Table N 0StL It KI- KAVKSt AUIUVHH4 mTulaI I Local and PiiaIICS HotTwhy yen of VOUIVK it U It alwayn is you know Along in lazy Augnut whuu tho nun RllillO guts a show You cant uxpoot this time o your to wwltt nrouiitl lu KIIOW I IlIotwhyI you of oouiiolI vor ui your life encountered woalhar- Jlllta 8O host peat you lave boon comparing It to Inetywtrllko as not And tubing Ii it hot enough for yanl and sueh hko rot Hott woll yot why not IjSrilnok the Jeweler le bank to tin- yMr Daro Gennn W M to Union Only SeiUinlay Mr J H Polto k wont to SL Loiili Tuesday night 1ST mill II for MaKlHneya 84 Lou bread Mr nod Mn Han Shnw virile nt Slatu Lino lust wuak Mta Virginia Davk of Odjreo t tWUgMm1 ik T DavU Muir NoJo Otoar of Tray Tenn In vWtlug Mm lHraait King Mr pad 11reJohalbllrofI KMOX villa returMtl Itvme Monday Mt Walker or LowfrTfile Ik vMt fagM1tntttIiiu4lranltogar Arab Wilson left ont dRY this week for Colon Spring limearon of honlth llit Got Qetn for M Klnnoy St Louli brwid pt Lwl 1111 iMMtghl the Jof friu 11111 tube week 01 norm Hi BUWO ctwlhMi MiHnlo AJtarawhjr of Urnity to tlte lUll et Mrs It a Aim dr Mfesafl Ilrwmrd ami Thwtt m of uwNy sMly PeNS lira gntiu Uof Uri J A TTIMrs BwMlk DMIker left Wetloose toy wi tho lUw Iitor a vMl of nerwul tIek to relatives i SU IxMta Alw Dr P M Ueher of Fulton who born hose vteiH her mother Mm LI Mitw returned home Momt- aMte 7 WiHolb Hmskett who pnMkle uw the TttiephoM KxchaitKfc bun wen rwtloMUHfc In the country UM week Mir ode WCIana wbo INN been- wlIUg inI UntnHo Oily 111 rot the peat three MontliM rrtwnxHi lines+ Sunday McKinney SL Loufai brand n eIitiiJ1 Wly ni OASITS- Mm HHwiiad Mta MyrU fOd- Irr Union Utty njtwt H pow diu with Mrs Wo JctiMM oil jwile to buxom Ark tl IMmtt itt An rMut Rea 150Ala Tntedny frwn KMlmtttt vliftrt sire Iwd been HHwkml IiMinwltHM rifer1 Imi 9trniis Mr Ohiw Mitxt bring Utu Canter four uttre ot eorn duubl twliig grown front thu Hitne Btnlk It to to rare na to In H curiosity v Mr W S mifcwm bw buss In St IxHtto UtW wtttk on ImiilncM lib Nrm rwwHllinM x venal million feet of IIIHI N her to OIHII arts MraJiM Brook mnl daughter of- lreeoOrkd Pula lId Mr Renalof IhiHlamm THIIII were gniMta of Mr end Mm L A Stoke thin wwik Mm Jim Hublmnl nnd dun hlters Chnrlotla nUll Ltllia will return Satur t day front their suniinor vfelt to PloridH mwuiniMiniiMl qty IIII Lllflo Wall e The IllekHWin llHmll PiMtary hoe Iraeu grodtly eatarvwl and IiU otitmit macro then doauMU end if working f arco to to ho uti furthor IInorwtMd- ML 1 will repair your watch or oloak at Ktti fiO cents Unit ehapnr end imrnn Hiite my work lust 111lass In etwy Itt Hituol or HtofHt11f1rUlldedIt W HICK Mr J K JnhiMMm hrought the ourier a IIxMiuet of open cotton bolls tlili wrek oJ IfHId iiHiru than M week xinno whlah Is early for thin twetlon N MntNt gtvo R 1UIIIlonJ reoltul Itt the Collugu- H won tits will bo n vary mm muslonl trot Alf Mahal Krouoh hue Bono to Hoi tlIll Ark to ntUuid the marrlHev of hut friend Mlr IStto TliwrnU She will bo Unit nmid uf honor on tho happy oo- CIMloH irl IK Caio has added tho SU Louis colabratud MoKinney broad Try it Quor If mon Uiko to wearing wo monB shlrtwaliU will tho woman dis curd thu comforUiblo garmonU and tuku to wearing mens eats stiff collars and neoktios T lors jmrly Ml+ Mario lire yard Miss ruin Emornon of Columbus KyM anti 1I1IoI Cobb of Texas will bo homo Sunday alter thou extended visit to tll torn minor rosortH Mr Otto llortweokii now rosidonoo shut U HO thoroughly remodeled tint P It Is absolutely nowis approaching completion It is ono of tho most con venijntly constructed rosidoucoa in Hiok nian Hov Archer Booghor lolL this week for Virginia whore ho will enjoy u months vacation in conuo uonco thoro will bo no Horvioo at tho Episcopal Church for novonil Sundnys until fur ther announuonionU Mr Mltnholl Tull n most dosorvlng and honorable farmer in the edgo of Tonnotttco hUll the misfortune to have his house diwtroyed by fro Saturday last Scarcely any household furniture WJIP saved No Insurance Mr Jim Murphy Morria n promi aunt Obion County farmer living on n farm ricer Fulton committed suloido by shooting himself with n double bar rut shot gun Ho was u brother of Dr Nat Morris Hoblioved his baby dead and said they wood both go together Grays Win 13 to 2 I Tho baseball contest Saturday bo tweon tho Veteran Grays anti tho Vot urau U 1 u c s resulted in an easy votory for Iho Grays by a score of 18 to 2 The game was Interesting and largely front tho fact that neither side was in prnctlcu and somo of them had never played In a game before Tho Umya Htnrtod with ootifidonco and un tluulasm nod this liulpwl tlipm through Tho whole gnaw was in perfect good humor nnd good will Tho contestants wero Cmvs Blakomoro Captain Hon WlUon uutohor StokoH pitcher t Diok insou IVrlmm Cusiok Monoham Mooney Utublnt- Hlutrt Ohuior ouptnin and pltoher limwnar ontcher Cot troll Butler Sells llarkey Lowery Merle Stacy Nultitt fIiiNl School Mir Mabell Fronoh will open n Solcot Mimic School ut the reaidenae of Mr TliainaH Dillon sr user Hiokninn Col lake1 oninmonoing Sept 10th A xharu of iwtronugo solicited MiM French has had the advnn age of Ute bust nnmloul ttxlnisgInthebeet ebouhof the Ulllwd State Kmiincipntlon I 11u Illckiiian One of the grandest and bust bnrbo BUMS vnu given in Hickman on tho 8th that woe ever witnotwcd in West Kerr tuoky Pliers was botwoou S000 nUll 1000 puoplo on the grenade No one was hurt and no arrest undo In the whole town Twolvo ollioern wuru on the ground with nothing to do On tho ground wuro thirty two stands two doll mob and u first elatw advertiser Tint amount tnkun in was gOIUIA and olwirwl fa11Iq I I HOWNlI Jaw J S THOMIISON Uuu Mnngr 1ariitliurH9 Clly lEukery I l CityIlkeryMtqjrti to do the linking am now pro t fruehbreedevery day and will commence to run H bred wagon in H few day for the ao ooHtodatioH of our cufltomera Solicit DK ashore of your I remain 1 our tray tf0OAMuruooeNI DAMAlJKS tllIonits XhonM Take ViirnIng JM K Tutt through hiM ntrarHoyv John D Sluiw oath Max M1 Haubwrry IMW AM suit in the Trine Circuit Court agninst the town of Oudtx rorSS1 CIaO dtteiugee- T e plntuUar ahte MlrG pd fur aiMe UIL 1IIla riTingit ouig Prauk 1Ite street In sold arty on July IT 1000 mid due to the lied condition of sold street Ins wagon won overturned rind broken nnd that ho won HO badly hurt that Ihe could nut get home without M teUuioc lie claims that tint failure of the town nnthorities to keep said street in proper rHiir was thu came of hu low nail damage it attkud accordingly x REMOVED I H HUCIIANAN luw moved his stock of Dry Good front thu ground floor to tho room upstahx over hiinroccry hou o whore 1 he will eontinuu to soil goods nt cost and Il0as than cost lKntninoo Stnlra IwuluiK by Dr Davidson8 olllco turn to the lleft IA Irututul Recommendation NASIIVILLK July 20 1800 Mta Leone Kuiiun of lllokman Ky wits a jiupll of III liB two yours ago ut Soulu Colleyo MurfruoHboro and tills riuininor situ took u special oourao under toy taro she has IlroltrtlMudoryi lunah during the two yuura and I nm sure that anybody who will bo m fortunate as to study under hor tame will ho taught ao aorduiK to Ute most improved methods hoHtdw M HH Fuiua iis a lino porfonnor on the Plano and sho Is uhlo with hor grunt knowlwlgo of innate to give to hor pupils that nocoMNtry iiupirntion which ulonv produces good muHicluiiH Parent mm trust their uhlldron to her instructions with confidence und Itdncoroly wish her till HUCCOHM in tho futuro FtLANl STlttust Consort Phmoiit Violinist Cotnixwor Organist hint Luthurian Church Mu dad Director Soulo female College Murfroortboro Taunt NOTICE Tho ytnto anti County Tax Books nro now in my Lands usual I am anxious to collect wimo Cnll on mo at tho Form ON and MorahautH Hunk and pay your taxes U L OAUPENTEU Deputy Sheriff Sirs Lizziu Orossland McUoodwin who tins boon superintendent of tho puhllo schools in Graven county for three yours and hUll rondo an admirable oil oar hut announced us a candidate Bur nih for Kd CrosnlandH daughter Miss Mnbel Claywoll slaughter of Mr and Mrs Andy Ulaywell died of typhoid fever Sunday night and won harlot at the city cemetery Monday evening Sho was n beautiful youlft girl between 10 and 17 and always wore a bright joyous anti her relations to others carved sun shine Tho mombors of her Sunday School amiss attended her burial in n hOlly Gad blues her bfirunvod parents nUll relatives Take np tho flit mans burden go sunk your shirt in sweat mill seek in vain for a cooling breeze with face nil steaming wet go try and find some shady spot where you can tilt and stow gagIsl tho fat IIIIIUH burden n hundred in tho shade Two hundred pounds of lull poso to soak in lemonade Oh for nu hour in Klondike I Oh for the Arctic Know I Ring off your balmy breozolets and lot tho blizzards blow I Attention Knights I Tho members of Kentucky Lodge KnightH of Honor are earnestly request ed to attend the regular meeting tonight as business of importance Is to be trans acted COURT 1IUUSK STEPS Thoy sat on tho steps at midnight two fools that wore butter In bed mur muring honeyed nothing while the fill rer moon hung hor head Two fools 11111orohOilqueer sensation from toes to their linger tips Tolling tho sumo stuff over that wan nothing when It was new giggling gushing and burning hut frozen thru mud thru Title U this fond affection tho young folks have to ben they think it li love undying and tingles in envy shire The liuuhulon say it in nothing the old maldn say it is vice and mamma aye it IH naughtv but tho youngsters know it in nice Prohibition Convention Prohibition Louisville Tuesday Prohibitionists prohibition Mitterlnl IVUIIC 1 warehouse uudCloomWarehouse washliurgiar n INGS 1 KUTS ILLING ON FINE FURNITURE Solid Oak Bed Room Suits were 81650cut to 81300 Finely finished Hardwood Suits cut from 1475 to 1250 Oak Rockers il 90c All S350 Rockers cufiffi= 275if 300 Rockers cut to I 250 Beautiful Sideboards from 1400 to 900 Solid Oak Beds special 375 Good Cottontop 200 Mattress cut to 160 must make room for Fall shipments and make you selling prices money saving Iicesoti anyfuiiig in stock E lVq Hickman Ky RJ8 aDO1IJW- bJDJesale Houses CLINTON ST HICKMAN KY Keeps Stock all Thixlon Millet Gos Owensboro Distillery Host Brands LiquorsOld Old Wagon Diadem Gins Brandias Wines and Beer Proof Quality Guaranteed I6r conducted strictly according law c Workmnn Killed nt Fulton FULTON KY Aug 12fyTamns hefts while trying to loosen a bolt on n jour nal with u monkey wrench was Instant ly killed at KOJM Suns stave factory yesterday Ho put tho handle of tho wrench in tho balance wheel of tho heading saw by mistake toro away tho surety wheel and n great portion of a steel shaft was driven through his breast Ho died instantly Story of n Slate yearsbyform of slavery Qeo D Williams of Manchester Mich says My wife tins boon so helpless for live years that she could not turn over In bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she iJI wonderfully Improved and able to do remedyformelancholytieadneln spells It is n godsend to weak sickly guaranteedOnly = z =Taxes Y Tuxes I Your City Taxes have been duo since March let Como forward and settle at By so doing you will save 0 per court interest rOY DILLON Jn 0T O Itrlflt fur Sale Apply to OTTO HBUTWKCK at Hickman Wngoii Factory STUCK PEAS Full SALE I n largo number of bushels of Stock Peas on hand and fill or ders promptly for either Whippoorwlll or Oow Peas A M SIIAW StatoLinoKy r State Tim State Convention Is calld to meet m August 21st All nnd friend of ore invited to attend u 2nd Kami JJomo second hand Doors Windows chenpApply SALE 0n Saturday Sept 1DOO at 2 oclock p nin at my gin in West order Also Corn Crusher Corn Shell Qenni Six and twelve months time 10 Safe for sale 1 J W POWELL nn = Q r l cut I will L tiqur in of of Gold and Business to which r once have can all More Shoes Better Than Those Offered Before Because we havo REDUCED TIlE PRICE u Third to a Half below value Lot 98cntTanXJUt5148besttheseXJU82lreducede flBllOe Pricess on all missesana 1 onnarons SLIPPERS II The Best Values in all Grades of Shoes WITTIN STAND Clinton NICE I STORE CAST SHOE FOR THE BEST i IN- CROCEEtIES Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICESll TQtt D Rogers ThrelkeldsI I PTOD ATE I JB OLD StreetFRFSIi PI GROCERY MEATS Goods Delivered Free l Telep11 ee seI I n n i i T Jio Uf lLEIDJFO1RUOJt reFreerMeads Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement IIiJ I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno3 pains will be spared to please my customers Mymotto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Tclphono G Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office It I Dil iJ V d U Sherr it-i DrillS r rIIII i fJIiIi J PlowsI r BUGGIES and HARNESS of the best grades and styles always in stock in large quantities To get one to suit you will have no trouble either in stylo or finish Give us a trial E IIEiT i 7KENTUCKY11fnNEHI 0 OKYII 1 f u elr s Wet ircwer +a y =Jet Y N r 1oe Ac M s 4 The Hickman Ccurie GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS The population of Finland Includea t 527SOO Russians The Chinese soldier receives the smallest wages on earth The Washington police are conduct Ing a crusade against profanity A lump of gold worth 135000 IU DOW on its way from the Klondike At last a way has been found to telephone across the Atlantic ocea The Elks and the Mountain City club will build club houses in Chatta noogaThe sklrsof upward of 100000 animals are used to cover Oxford alonecThe surface area of the Chinese em pire is 18 times greater than that ofr Great Britain The annual expenditure in EnglandI and Wales on funerals probably ex ceeds 0000000 There are now 50712 Christian En fleavor societies in the world withl 8500000 members The purest Chinese is spoken at Nanking and is called the language of the mandarins The chief of police at Erie Pa pro poses to have tramps make bricks and construct buildings It is estimated that tho people of England spend about 1550000 n day In furniture moving The imports of crude rubber to this country have in the last 30 your Increased 431 per centIThe edible dog of China is a small i one of grnyhound form The skin i blmost destitute of hair Experiment proves that it takesII asovereyelid to open and close buRailwayI wade n demand for a tenhour da smandSome Spaniards dream of n reunio- Df the Spanish states of South AmerII Ica with the mother countrtMore than 100000000 Chinese it 1 iatd is are engaged either directly o Indirectly in the tea IndustryCIThe French government has liber ated in Madagascar during the lastefour years above 1000000 slavesIA Chinese regiment presents a gay appearance to the foreign observer Nearly every man bears n banner I It is not nn uncommon sight to sea e Chinese soldier with n fan and an umbrella strapped across hs bockeThe wornout uniforms of the Brit ish armywhen sold bring back into the war office treasury close to 150 I year I Min pulp paper as military cloth Ing iIs used liy the Japanese troops It I IB marvelously tough and has a neat appearanceThe States bureau of lobar atntistics estimates that the total number of organized workers in thet country Is 1608300 Plancon the opera singer rAthee a whole opera in admirable German without being able to understand a blwordCoy Rollins of New Hampshire Isa something of a mountain climber nndI fwhlohf Pickled UU8 lan sardines not having tt- a place on the tariff list are held toabe dutiable s herrings pickled op salted at half a cent a pound Descendants of the missionaries of i aboutionetwentieth of the white t PortuguesetAbout SOS gold are cstimat ed to be in actual circulation asJmoney In England that being approx fmately the weight of 110000000 sterling A new ordinance in Philadelphia prohibits the placing of loose clrcuJ lars under doors in vestibules o front porches or around pdoorknobsThe number of rooms in a house of t windows or doors in a room even of v rungs on a ladder in Slam must always be odd Even numbers are considered unlucky The Cossacks rarely becomo mer chants Though they maintain 60000 fighting men and can muster 12800- ff In nn emergency there are but 400 a their own people engaged in business Z Dr Mary Walker went bathing iin Manhattan beach L I a day or two ago and surprised everybody by her skill a swimmer and diver Tho Is 1 1doctor can do all kinds of tricks In the water A goat belonging to Mrs McGlory of Hazelton Pa was blown to ulcer by dynamite The animal picked up the explosive near the No3 stripping but did not chew long until the car ridge went off The society of Boxers Is composed of lodges each of which has a presil dent whose power for good and evil itiiiunder him two or more + leepresIi dents who are bound to obey hiaof every command or else suffer a 1101I J1GovJ1 spendLa home state where he amuses himself by high climbing and long walking J St tours I Lost year the American people at- t ewooed 2000000 tons of sugar Of this tho t t American Sugar Refining Co othe- LL wise known as the trust made 158E000 tons rjMonjbishopa decree from tho emperor the loco- rank of mandarin of the grade equali to that of the governor of a pror Inca- S COUNTRYZ Dr Talmage Talks of the Goo DOER by the Former He Says It It the Illrthplncfc of CIvllli mtlon and Not Xrce nrlljr- Kvll Some Ailvlce to the Young Copyright 1900 by Louis KlopschJ From St Petersburg the Russia capital where ho was cordially received by the emperor and empress and the empress dowager Dr Tnl nmega sends this discourse in which he shows the mighty good that may be done by the citicn and also the vastl evil they may do by their allurements to the unsuspecting and the unguarded ed The text is Zccharnh 117 yl- ities through prosperity shall yet be spread abroad The city is no worse than the count The vices of the metropolis arei more evident than the vices of the rUe rall districts because there are more to be bad if they wish to be Tho merchant Is as good as the farmer There is no more cheating In touv nofthan out of townno worse cheating it is only on a larger scale The coun try man sometimes prevaricates about the age of the horso that he sells about the size of the bushel ivhich he measures the grain the peaches at the bottom of the basket as being as large as those at tile top about a quarter of beef as being tender when it is tough and to as bad an extent ns the citizen the merchant prevaricates about railcar- or silks or hardware And as to villages I think that iin some respects they arc worse than the cities because they copy the of the cities in the meanest shape an to gossip its heaven is So coo= trr village Everybody knows everybody siness better than he knows it him blacky ith shop in day and night Is the tatn tle and there are always in the vII loge a half dozen women who have sunbonnets hanging near so derogatoryrnews they can fly out and cackle it allll1a the town Countrymen must not he too hard in their criticism of the nor must the plow run too against the yardstick Cain was the founder of the first city and I suppose it took niter him In morals It takes a city a long time to escape from the character of a founder Where the founders of a are criminal exiles the filth the vice the prisons are the shadow of those founders It will take centuries for New York to get over the good Influence of the pious founders of that citythe founders whose prayers went up In the streets where nov banks discount and brokers bargain sad companies declare dividends and smugglers swear custom house lies and above the roar of the wheels and bn crack of the auctioneers mallet ascends the ascription We worship 0 almighty dollar The old church that used to stand on Wall street is to this day throwing its essing on the scene of traffic and on the ships folding their white wings n the harbor In other days people in cities for defense noncbut poor who had nothing to be stolen lived In the country but iIn these times when through civilization Christianity it is safe to the nay where people gather In the cities for purposes of rapid gain Cities are not evil necessarily as beenthe birthplace of civilization In the popular liberty has lifted Its Witness Genoa and 1Isa and Venice the death of Alexander the Great among his papers were found ex tenure plans of cities some to be built in Europe some to be built fin Asia The cities in Europe were to be by Asiatics the cites in Asia nwere to be occupied according to hi I by Europeans andso there be a commingling and a ire goodIlltween the cities So there always ought to be The strangest thing in my comprehension is that there ihould be bickerings nnd rivalries smong our American cities New York Ihilndelphiatti tiIew York and certainly the continent is large enough for St Paul and Minneapolis What is good for on eandcity is good for all the cities Here the great highway of our nations prosperity On that highway of national prosperity walk the cities A city with large forehead nnd j great brainthat Is Boston n city with deliberate step and calm manner that is Philadelphia a city with 1t pocket full of change that is Nes v York two cities going with a rush j that astounds the continent they sir St Louis and Chicago a city thet takes its wife pad children along with that is Brooklyn Cincinnati Pittsburgh all the the north and all the cities of tho to some distinguished for one ing some for another one for pro ability another for affiucncc another for fashion but none to be spared What advantages one vdvan tages nth What damages Boston com sCJuareLaurel I weep over the same grief Phi Neurv I York greeting the bronze statue of dward Everett in Boston All tin a confraternity I cannot un how there should go on hick forIa iterhoddthBut In some rcspfets I line to tell you that all cities impress upon me and ought to Impress upon you three ofdof agreeing sumo thing does not make any difference in +vh ntIpart of the country we walk t streets of n great city there Is ono lesson I think which ought to strike every intelligent Christian man and that is the world is a scenic of toll and struggle Here antI there you find a man in the street who has his arms particular the corner of the treat nnd watch the countenances of those who go by you will see In most instances there fa intimation that they are on an errand which must be executed at the earli est moment possible so you are jostled hither and thither by business ofIbricks out of this bank with n roll shinglingy a a watch Work with its thousand eyes and thousand feet and thousand arms goes on singing Its song Work work work while the drums of tho milt beat it and the steam whistles fife It IIn the carpeted isles of the forest In the woods from which tho eternal shadow is never lifted on the shot Q the sea over whose Iron coast tosses the tangled foam sprinkling the cracked cliffs with a baptism of whirl wind and tempest Is the beat place to study God but in the rushing swnrniM placetto study man Going down to your place of bUll ness and coming home again I charge you look about Iffee those signs I overty of wretchedness of hunger yousgoout come ak through the streets gather up In the arms of your prayer all the sorrow IIofI the losses all the sufferings all the u prdprayer an all sympathetic Qod In the great dayt of eternity thorns will be thousands of persons with whom you in this world never exchanged one word will rise upjj and call you blessed and thore vv111theI Le n thousand fingers pointed at uor In Heaven saying That is the manlt that is the woman who helped me when I was hungry and sick and won de ringand lost and heartbroken That the man that Iis the woman and the blessing will come down upon yeu as Christ shall say I was hungbuand ye fed me I was naked yetheclothed me I was sick and in pets and ye visited me Inasmuch as ye old it to these poor waifs of the streets ye did it unto me Again In all these cities I am iim pressed with the fact that life is full1 of pretension and sham What sable fuge what double dealing what two acednessl Do all people who wish you good morning really hope for youdt a whphakeI thvInquire concerning it Do all wnw tto see yon who ask you to call Dop all the world know half as much as U prr tends to know Is there not many a wretched stock of goods with a bnlt pant store window Passing up snd down the streets to your buticeis s id your work are you not Impressed w h the tact that society is hollow and that there are subterfuges and pretra done Oh how many there are who swagger and strut and how few Jfflapie who are natural and walk WL le tops simper and fools smoker and not pletons giggle how few people are of natural and laugh I say these thiors I not to create in you Incredulity or misanthropy nor do I target there ire 1 thousands of people a great deal lbe- tter than they seem but I do not th sk nonof this life until he knows this pr mtlculnr lretendlgtowhile he stands in front of the keg ful stabs him through with a dagger m til the haft went in after the bud p Judas Iscariot klfsed Christ One of the mightiest temptationsI commercial life in all cities todat fIs Chrisr tian men are not square in their sir the gains Such to are in Baptist and Methodist and Congregational 1 churches and our own denomination lias largely represented as any of them Our good merchants are fore most in Christian enterprises they If are patronlzers of art philanthropic und patriotic God will attend to will them In the day of His coronstxm In am not speaking of them bur of ettlngmerchants Go through all the stores who Inhowi es IIi are Ure principles of Christs religion i dominant 1 In threefourths of mlXothtenthyour self The Impression is abroad tone bow that ipvGod bebargain facilet 50 cvolent beMrmiaatotagAe y i cause mentioning the tillInsoiocnndthemantinawhileofengngedfincoruproullacTurdgoiI saying Now here is tortbee eyes offI andI church zorofetaken coino fellowiyou visionhad better return it to towhomInlhllal1I j toldaton rhoday He said to the headman i J- rpr t1of the firm I cant possibly do that I am willing to sell medlcfees on t lords day for I think that la right and necessary but I cant sell t- It patent blacking He was discharged from the place A Christian man hear lugi of it took him into his cmpla and he went on from one success soother until he was known all over the laud for his faith in God and 1 his pood works as for his worldly success llhrn n man has sacrificed any tern poral financial good for the sake of Ids spiritual interests the Lord is on his side nod one with God is n major i itrllut if you have been much among thait they are furl of temptations of n loUt lest character It is not so more In our city than In all the cities Hun dads of men going down in our cities every year through the pressure of polities Once in awhile n man will come out in n sort of missionary spirit end say t I am going into politics now to reform them and I am going to reform the ballot box nnd I am q inq to reform all the people l come In contact with That man in the fr end love of God goes into politics with that idea and with the resolution t6 he will come out uncontaminated ss good at when he went In But gen eerily the ease Is when a man stops into polities math of the newspapers try to blacken his character and 0lldistort all Ida peat history and aft a little while hiss gone by Instead of considering himself nn honorable citi zen he Is lost in contemplation and admiration of the fact that he has satolong been kept out of jolt If a man ofshall go Into polotins to reform politics end with tae rlglR spirit he will con with time right spirit and unhurt That was Theodore Frellnghiiysva of Sew Jersey That was George Hrlggs MoMaehHictta That was Judge MoI I Lean of Ohio Then look around antI see the Inrements to dissipated life Bad books unknowa to father aad mother vile as the reptiles of Bgypt crawling Into some of the bent families of the community cad trays rend them while tracker Ila looklag the other wny at recess or oa tIe earner of the street when the groHps are gathered I 1These books are rend late at night Satan finds them a smooth plank on which he ean slide down Into peedi daughteraIItdlngIt The books may be burned t there Is not eaough power la all1 apothecarys preparations to wash out the stain from the soul Fathers hindi mothers hands sisters hands will not wash It out none but the hand of the Lord can west It out rogertoI may not mention them While led In His Bible from chapter to chapter thun red JIll denunciations against these crimes people expect the pulpit anil the printing press to be silent on e subject and just in proportion as people are Impure are they fastidious on this theme They are so full of de ray and death they do not want tIme r sepulcher opened God will turn Into destruction all the unclean and splendoraI of surrounding can make decent that which He has smitten God will not oxottfto sin merely because It tnllOltrJc than He will excuse that which crawls blotch of sores through the lowestt cellar Kvcr and peon through some lawsuit there flnnhos upon the cep our great cities what is transplr Ing In seemingly respectable circles You call it high life you call It fast living you call It peoples centricity And while we kick oft the sidewalk the poor wretch who ha t the means to garnish Ills Iniquity these lfds and ladles wrapped in purple and In linen go unwhlpped of public justice Ah the most threat part of the whole thing is that there are persons abroad whoso wholeand yourWhathovel An the door opera to receive him thousands of voice will cry out See here what here you done nnd wretch will wrap himself with deeperdarknellldestroyed will pursue him nnd hurl at him the long bitter relentless ever lasting torso of their own anguish there be one cup of eternal dark ness more bitter than another they have to drink it to tho dregs If all the ocean of the lost world that comes billowing up there be ono wave more fierce than another it will dash digwill turn I stood one day at Niagara unite an saw what you may have seen the six rainbows bending over that tr J plunge I never saw any ng like it before or since bi leant if nl rainbows arching that qrc cataract And so over the rapids nnd angry precipices of sin where so nanny have been dashed down God a admonitions hover a wart arching each perlllIlx of them of them 1000 of them Uewore bewareI Young men while you have time to reflect upon these things anti before duties of the office and tits store the shop come upon you again by over this whole subject and nft6r mdayi nightfall the voices and footsteps the city dying from your ear and iit so silent that you can hear dis your watch under your pillow dl ng tick tick then open you and look out upon the darkness sco two pillars of light one horl the other perpendicular bit age changing their direction until they together und your enraptured beholds Ittho erase tittt to nit lJoubteelncJane My husbands sightI was poor before I married him the nnieI supposed IDIJtDHCD NO MORE LOCKSTEP- he The Venture of the IrUnn DUelplItt lisI Aliniiilonril nt alms lung by the 1rlnnii Aulliorlllm 10kItoI of the grcutast prison in tho United I StiltON have declared against the pris cluttlonconsideration und the remit hot weather turned the scales In favor of its discontinuance Such n radical di parturo from prison tradition was not expoeted by the IllSJII lttI who ore greatly delighted Tho lock top requires that each man march almost In tho footsteps of the man In front with the loft hand on his shoulder The nu n art wedged together aa closely an they can wnlk In warm wcuthcr this stop is n Hiuirrc lrllonltMlhui pugnant to prisoners because in no- D other way In their degradation I brought hnmo M forcibly to them sirThe laekatep WitS omitted at Ring Sing Sunday far tho flat time That prisoners were ntarohod about had eompanleft In double Ilia QUICKSILVER t 1rnrrd the AVorlil IrotliirllonA- VIII Prove Unr iinl tu the trotv DemandOr fur It InBoston Aug itcreme fear in del tint trade that the worlds llrodltC stun of NlekIIvt r la likely to pro I uneqnal to the growing demand Tie tototal Mel rly In ISM wan about MOOO a dAaka from Smln Italy AHNtria ami California the 111 noaree of mpply This was Ices than for quite a number oft with Ute exception of two Tire i rodMeUoH of the Hal 1nllar Irti rftdMeer upon the Amerlvaa rontl neat lass deellHcnl from 7MOQ Maaka In llW1 to artyI M1M In law The jiriHdjwl inlnw of Hjmln awl Austria whleli have hoer producing for nearly 1000 years are the owly producer of Important o cept Ituaato produced j 8100 flasks lat year none of hlthI c prhasedI iris only 1366 Hope fur future JH ereaned nppltai of qalckallver rornen from New South Wall whore Ctulba on la mM to Ixj plentiful tho Hitgttult capitalist sow turning In that dt rectlnn with n view of touting the rule of the seer FIFTY LIVES LOST A French T rirdii llant Oral rarer Hank In n Culllrloal With the llnttlr lilt HrnuniK Faris Meg 14 During maneuver of till Fretiah Vent off Cape 1mmnt n anlll tan o eurre l between tho llhet claM INtIUa hip Krennuis fij Hg UMJ flag of Vice Adm Pounder eomnwnrt er of the fleet and the torpedo boat destroyer Pratnee Time Framce wink Immediately Thai accident wiis due to the fact that the Framce tHrtted to the right when or dual to the left Dotatla tan far reeelvedl are men gar bat only a small portion ef the orrw coaalatlag of foxy o11lit + erA and1 Sm men wore saved It la IXIeml that no louver than N wore lust said great anxiety la felt hero leThe Framee which was of S13 tang dlnplncmiient was a recent addition to tho French navy UPeuaThr Cnnitnrtor Hotitiril of III Wiitrii and Flftr Dollar lint Ininni Kern Xul IHnturhril Omaha Aug 14Motor No 7 of the Omaha and CouncilI Bluff Bailwny Brldgo Co tans huld up and the conductor was robbed by two masked men about midnight at the 1Vnl HAh crowd rig nenr tho oornor of Sixth street and Thirteenth avenue Coun cil Bluffs Aa the motor stopped for the Grous ing two mon rose from the dnrknens at the side of the track mud hoarier the car One covered the and the other tho motorman One of the robbers took from the conductor his gold watch and his cash amount ing to 50 AH soon as they had fin jumplelIromdarknuHH There wore only n few paKxengcm aboard and they were not sturbed eltrath of n Yotrd CliPim Ilnyrr rcNow York Aug 14 Announce tinedeath Sunday at the Manhattan Stnto llillmzn den ceased WOK born In Prague May 18 1837 Since 1802 he had mado chess playing his profesHlon In the great tournnmont at London in 1872 he gaited the worlds championship 1 1873 In Vienna he won the nisprize of 2000 guilders Ilia title of champion of the world ho defended with great success against all com crH until 1S94 when he was defeated Kmonucl Laskcr Since then he seemed to be on the decline and hisjj ind began to fall 1 teat Term Ilrokrn Washington Aug 14The unpre I ccdcntcd heat term was broken Sun I IrJ one fatality j occurred during the day the Miter otf bartenderVIII Xotlfleil KRlntt Denver Colo t1Jrynnfor president by the ronetlacy Longue at Topeka on August 23 date of tile peoples party notifi tion exercises I The tripping fcetfife sparkling t eyetime graceful movement be lon thebuddingmoidcnThese duty ofretry taorsar until the hair whitens and regal dignity replaces them The mother who guards her strength has so much more to do vote to the care and education of her door ones She should be a comforta cheer always theyhave lRace the llome The world ia Jilt lest weary and morbid Its boo fine purities It need a kindling in vigorating tonic to set it fdtrtrIt need Peru ua THE ONE MEDICINEI in the world which women may rely upon positively Pcruna is xtrticularlyforncwc which afflict their delicate or ganism spring from inflammation catarcbofthomxeoualidorandParwaaIs the body Any of a moeetu ruombrene scans catarrh of too organ affected Talt h why IVwuna euros all sons of troubles waora other remedied fall If there Is A catarrhal atfectton the mattar with you aajrtrktre Fcruna will cure you T NEBRASKA jTHE LAND 1 OF PLENTY manymen Il on rented farms barely makingrenough to got along with no prttat I prospect ahead of owning their f own homes when within a fow JJ- hours journey Jsa land of plenty Nebraska whoro all kinds of rii grain and fruit can bo raised with the least amount of labor whero f raffia and hogs fed on corn bring a handsome profit whero tho climate healthful and churches and + I J Hcheapveryeasy J Think of this and if you want Jff 4 1 information sheaf tho country Bond rto mo foruTho Corn Bolt a 1 monthlypaper and also foruTho West Nebraska f Grazing Country nn interesting illustrated booklet containing n NebraskaOn J ffC1of each month during tho balance t of this year cheap excursion r t ruedto 1 t S goandyour agent about this P S EUSTIS tj Ct1 llChICACOILL IiIi c c 0 I T nr J I L 0If + w9 rvO s aM r s M J rri 1- B IARE NEARING PEKING C I Ttae Allies Arc Now Within aII ti tiVery Few Miles of tits Chinese Capital t I On Last Thursday the Relief Column I Had Reached HoSI Wu Thirty I Three Mlles From Peking The Atlvnnrc Wn llclnu Made atI Use lint of HU Mlle n linyt I llrllUli MlnlMer UtlhlrIt lunation Ih lIlltrntlI Washington A1felho follow ing ilUpatoh communicating additional iiuMMg from Minister Conger was ninilr public Sotunlay iiiorulng by the talc ilwpttrtmontj- i union Aug 11 Secretary of Ptase Washington Congur lain of Auvuit 10 T liutn atiHworing my me Mge says thAt the legations nro t under siege by tho ImjHjrlal soldiery he lt nation Is dasporata The loftsaa of i lie legation aru 00 killed and nbimt 100 wouitdwl Tlioro Is sonic slekn fur novortholMB the general health contlHMM good Ittuittliidt Vhiitftvr limy be tho outoomo we will hold on lmUHnltlyMMeWADIt Washington Aug IIrho Amor Ivan comriMnder In China Ion Chaf fee in a iiiHpAieh of just three words reotvrd ut Uie war department eent o id rill of exaltation and expontiincy thrmiffhout otNctal quarters by an HoiiiK ing its1 arrival at HoSlWu only ji miles front Peking lustJ Thurs day TAr last heard of him before wat YanKau which haul boon captured alter a hind flfffct ami word of hi roovpinenu alHce then had been sagrly swslted ThunHbiy he wa 1I milesI beyond YaMgTmn tang Faiiir tilt lpUee where the Illfated ttetmiiur xKdmon met IU tale and uruodwk had been left behind The UattleI of Yang IhUH was fought on i ftih and the advise to HotJi Wu aa aromplikrul on the ninthI dsyof the nmrvh of IK inllca IIn three- days ThU was the days ago and at this etus rate of prgrM ClmfTeo M even now fairly within striking di- etne of two walla of Peking JIt was a roibMiiMMMtloH which the war department awaited calmly andI stirring as the news was Utnt the Amrrtcan fore ass now iirariNf the gats of the lmH rial ally Secretory Root and Adjt Gen Corbin ovlnecdI no surprise aa it accorded wltk sal dilation although the ulvmtee hR i been more tepid thou waa expected Word of Ute adnineo soon spreadI tltmuaHtout ontetel quarters In the anUttMtaMri of the niomoftt n report got about that this was the day for the actual arrival at Peking lint the war departinout had nut n word of th udvMee beyond Jlo SIS1 u It was deeiHwl hnnlly Ilkuly that the march to Poking could hero been made mince last Thursday At the rate of pcogre six miles n day mule from YangTmjn to HoSlWu about 30 tnllraI would lime boon covered In the last five days and up to thin time would still lenvo the Intornatlonnl I iurrra a tow nillos1 1 from Peking Vlrwwl from an international point the advance lo ito SI Wu was of the utiniMt Importnnrt not only strategi cally but also in showing that com inunlimtlon won open bank to ChcFoo that the expected opposition from ChlnmH horde unit not boon mifll olent to prevent the atondy forward1 niovHinont and in the Influence it would oxort upon the Chinese govern Inca t llriof AS the dispatch In it con Drys much Information beyond that npeclncally contained In its fow words Although It IU not elated what force lIRA arrived the war department nc Copt It to inran that Isis la the In Internationalt force which Out took TolUiing and then YnngTKim It lips gone steadily forward along the left 1 blink of tho Pol river keeping on the main rood which skirts the riverbank At YangTatin the railway crosMa the river and brnnches oil to ihi writ Now the forces have left the railwayI far In the rear anti are i depending upon tho highway and the river lAndon Aug HThe llrltlidi con shut at Canton rays the Dully Toleto grnpha eorroapondent thoro has relt ceived thu following HU1NNIK0 dated Aiiftitt 8 from Sir Claude MnoDon I old IlrltUh mIlliliter In Poking t Our situation 1Is desperate In tcn days our food supply will be cat cud Unlees wo are relieved n gen erol massacre IIn probable The Chi HOBO otter to escort us to TlonTsln butI rememlwrlng Cawnporo wo re fuso tho otTer There lire over 200 j European women ntul children In i legation The Shanghai correspondent of the Dally Express says Tire nllles noon Saturday woro within 20 mllcH of Peking AH Oen Chaffcoa report which IL- ethe only authentic news received hero regarding tho advance located the international forces about 40 miles from Peking on Friday It seems probable that the Shanghai report is op r tlmlstle It IK scarcely likely that tho allies could advance 20 miles In as many hours- Washington Aug HTho state de partment makes public tho reply of the nlhc1 States government to Min later WUB communication made on Saturday morning giving notification of the appointment of Karl LIt Hung Chang lit envoy plenipoten tiary to negotiate with tho powers The reply says tho United States will enter Into such negotiation cud learns with satisfaction of the- I t 1 appointment of LI flung Chang adds butII It is evident that there can no general negotiations botxveen Cline and tho powers no long ns the mlnlstcrti of tho powers and the persons under their protection remain In their present position of restraint nnd danger and that the powers can not ccanc their efforts for tho delivery of those represen tatives to whbh they are con strained by tho highest consider dons of national honor except un der an army adequate to accomplish a peaceable deliverance Wo are ready to enter Into an agreement between the powers and tho Chinese Government for a cessation of hostile demonstrations on condition that a sufllelent body of the forces composing the relief ex pedition shall be permitted to enter Peking unmolested and to escort the foreign ministers anti represen tatives to Tin Tsln this movement being provided for and secured by such arnmgements and dispositions of troops as shall be considered sot isfactory by tho generals command- Ing thu foreign relief expedition AlHVAYA ADKB Acting Secretory Department of State Washington Aug II 1000 London Aug HTllo first do UIU of the battlo at Yang Tutu on Aug G have reached huro In a apo dal despatch The Chlnotc num boreal about 90000 Tho Americans lost 10 killed nnd U wounded Part of time losses In wounded were due to a mUtakc by the Kngllali and Huitlsans who oon founded the Fourteenth United Status Infantry In tho darkness with the ChlntMK nUll shelled thorn Ten of tln Americans wore wounded UtroHyh this error Col DrtfKftt of Uio Fourteenth led a beautiful charge rime battle lasted four hours Tho Chinese hues extended coat throo miles from the railroad brHl- ylho llriUsh IIMMHW wore 10 wound ed Tho Ituwtfina had 10 woundml Inelndlng a colonel All the Amorlonn troops were on gagedWhlngton Aug HThl war tIp jMrtment has received the following ewmalty not from Gen Chaffee at OfceHoosKnllsted men killed at Yang Taun W K Afotalor Robert C Kerr Wyatt 0 lUck Samuel Rtaffonl Corp ItOt llergen luiroaee M OooglHR Itoy lAnd Persy prostrationm1ohb WouHdetl Frank It Lang wounded In shoulder seriously Michael Ollrl on font seriously Daniel J OCon nor log above knee octane Joseph P Fritseh abdomen serious Wm Kaehl arm serious Albert W FiUI pntriok thigh slight Frank Knoll groin soriotisi Jiarry1 C UUlton shoulder moderate Patrick Currnti log above knee serious Ismnl S Ty- tor arm serious Italph W darnhead serious Charles Johnson loG below knee serious Frank R Kid doo head moderate LouIB A For gore serious Wm F Maloney knee serious Frank C Albright chest se rloimly Jatnoa Aiken knee serious Adam Houee leg below knee slight George H Vale thigh slight Ernest Gibson shoulder moderate James H Hurst head serious Clint W Gra ham shoulder moderate knee seri oils Joe H Legolr thigh serious Wm Miller leg below knee serious Leo Owens hand serious Jeremiah J Toomry foot knee serious Lcfor J MoYInrok serious Wlllse raw runce knee serious Philip Marnier son back serious mines Rice bothI arras serious Robert E Snell neck I serious Ray S Roberts knee seri Otis Guorgo n Gardner neck seri Otis Wm J Emmett groin slight hoary Young knee serious Alfred M Mourner head serious Ross Clam bllnglog below knee serious Dwight M Fuller thigh slight Frank R Jackson foot serious Oran A Kent per heel serious Chas E Foster wrist slight Henry H Hurst cheat serious PnHchnl Y Smith side seri Otis Janus P ODowd abdomen se clans Joseph Oulctto back serious John Wagner arm serious John IU lloheld foot serious Robert L Tit pie thigh serious Patrick Shea foot serious Alonzo J llnbb leg serf ous Jacob Schxvofbo nrm serious thigh slight John Mulligan foot se rious Xonnnn A Pruitt hand se wore Androw llromm leg moderate llonjamln N Doyle lug below knee serious Tho killed wore burled at Vanir Tsun and tie wounded were unit to mho hospital at TlecTslu 11TERRIBLE MISTAKE iAt tie Battle of YIIIIK Tmiit tile lies ainsi Troop O erred Fire on the Aiupplcnm aNow York Aug 14A special cable dispatch tinted August 0 via Shang KtA terrible mistake occurred at the taking of Yang Tsun Russian artillery opened lire on the American troops Roforo the mistake was dis covered ninny American soldiers had been killed or wounded by tho HUll sinn shells Tho 14th took part in the attack on the Chinese trenches As tthe Chi nese fled the regiment entered and occupied one of tho Chinese positions A Russian battery some distance oil did not notlco the movement It opened lire on the position nnd plant ed shells among the American troops The RuBsInna were quickly notified nnd censed their fire Fiftytwo cases of yellow fever are now under treatment in Havana Of the victims 18 are Americans Thus far the mortality rate has been about 25 per cent of those attacked ALL THETESTIMONY IN I I Caleb Powers Case Will Be in theII Jurys Hands inn Few Days t A Special Venire of Juror for the Trial of Henrr YonUcr Ordered t I Ho Sum lOIICll Georgetown Ky Aug 11Mrs John Davis tho wife of one of the defendants charged with icing nn ac cessory to the Gocbcl assassination was the first witness introduced by tho dtfenso In the Powers trial Fri dayCommonwealths Attorney Frank IIn Interposed n formal objection to the eligibility of the witness but the court ruled that site was a compctpnt witness Powers boarded at her house John Powers was also there January 25 She testified that the lat ter wits III In his room at her house that day and did not leave his room after 11 oclock that day This was In contradiction of tho testimony of Robert Nooks who told of nn ni loged conversation with John Powers nt tho state house in which ho said the latter told him to stay close to the building ns something was going to happen as soon as Goobcl and those follows came down Solomon Wilder Whitley county tfkllflod that Itobt Xonks was nt Cor bin In March and asked him to toll anybody ho was in town as he might bo arrested In connnecj n with the nimmlnntlon conspiracy Nooks fur tier wild he believed Caleb Powers Innocent He said the members of the Noaks military company at Cor bin instead of being desperate as Xoaks had alleged wore mostly good menOn direct examination Wilder had testified that John L Jonos of the Soaks military company was n man of good character On crossexamin alien he said Jones had twice boon convicted of murder and sentenced in each ease to life imprisonment but was portioned A telegram sent by Robt Noaks to Mine Kfllc Rlanhenship of Crawfords ville Ind vas road to the jury It asked for a return of all of his lot tore The defense hall undertaken on July St to prove by Nonks that he hnd written Miss lilankenshlp letters in which ho told her that he had to pretend to know n groat deal to keep out of jail The defense then naked to be al lowed to oiler ns evidence the net ol tho legislature appropriating 100OOC for the purpose of aiding in titsearch for and prosecution of the as sassta or assassins of Wm Goobcl The prosooutlon offered no objection and the not was made Walter Day former ropubllcanstitc treasurer testified that You he seal for him the day before the shooting Ho went to see Youtscy and the batter told him that for 300 he wouldI settle the contest Witness pressct I Youtscy to know how he would nc compllsh it but the latter would only say that for thnt amount ho would I settle it Witness said to Youtsey I nm not that kind of man anti re hued to confer further with Youtscy about it On crossexamination n letter writ ten by Day to Secretary of State IllI wns produced The defense objected to it being introduced and the juryr was excluded during argument over it In the letter Day states I will makt n good witness for the commonwenltli and I wnnt you to go nnd see Prose outing Attorney Franklin nnd telli him I wnnt to go on the stand nndI tell nil I know nbout the ease The letter cxprcHscs the opinion that Youtsey is the guilty party The court admitted the letter ns evidence Georgetown Ky Aug HThe de tense in the case of Caleb Powers txbccretnry of state charged wlh being nn necessary before the fact in time Goebcl assassination rested the testimony for that side nt 2 oclock The prosecution introcburcd several witnesses in rebuttal muTOnvo n num her of others who will bo intro ducedThe Jury will bo taken to Frankfort either Monday or Tuesday to vlow the scene of the tragedy Ths Jury when It comes to considering ho evidence will not have to decide the question of which side has dealt in perjury but which side lion been burdened with the largest amount of that product it being concluded thnti perjury has been Indulged In In large luantltlos by somebody for the last few days during which contradiction ind Impeachment was the lending factor and which will possibly keep up till the close of the trial ExGov Brown leading counsel for the defense said that In his oplnloi the state had utterly failed to make gut n case against Powers and that tho jury would be compelled to bring in n verdict of acquittal There nr ow who believe the trial will result In n conviction but a majority of pea plo anticipate n hung jury The law yers for the defense Insist they are entitled to a conviction but do not anticipate the jurys verdict by giv tug out any statement Georgetown Ky Aug 1When court convened Saturday It was with the prospect that the rebuttal evi Jence for tho prosecution in the Pow ers case would be concluded some time during the day A persistent rumor that Youtscy might take static in rebuttal wns denied by peo ple sutliclcntly close to him to make the denial semtoflicinl W F Jrnyot assistant state auditor produced the books of the state nudltor in response- to a subpoena duccs tecum to show whnt amount of the 100000 appropriated oy time legislature been expended in the search for and prosecutions of those accused of time crime The record showed that in all 5000 Lad been drawn Mr druyot also produced the reo ord shwin that W II Culton was paid hll full salary ns a clerk in the auditor oflire for December nnd part of the month of January This was done to t ontradlct exAuditor Stone ateallngIOOQmissed ulton and caused Auditor Sweeney to refuse to give him a clerkshipJohn pflanz jailer of Jefferson county testified that while W H Culton was In Jail at Louisville in Mardi ex Auditor Stone called nt the jail and manifested great interest In Gultons welfare Stone spoke in tho highest terms of Culton nnd said to time witness nmong other things that his word was as good ns his bond D P Mayhew of Knox county said ho saw Wharton Golden in the bar bershop at Rarboursvllle just before his confession Golden did not display a roll of money and said noth ing about going to get part of the reward A L Reed nn nttorney of Laurel county corroborated the statement of witnesses who testified Friday in regard to the statement of James Sparks county attorney of Laurel county on January 28 to the cflccjt that Goebel was to be killed that day and thnt Gov Taylor would pardon the assassin By this time next week the fate of Caleb Towers the first of the Goebel nssasnin suspects will be In the handy of the jury or will have been decided It Will expected Saturday morning that all the evidence would be in by tho cio e of Saturday afternoon session and the jury 11 doubtless be tfikrn to Frankfort Vonday for n survey of the scene of the crime Tuosday tho spccchmaking will begin and there arc at least five attorneys on each side who will want to be hoard but the court line not yet given permission for this number of speeches Powers has stood the long strain well and has shown wonder ful knowledge of the testimony Most of the members of the jury rare used to outdoor life nnd some of thorn have almost collapsed Jcoriretown Ky Aug 14 Number 18 which lots occurred so frequently in oenrfctlon with the Powers trlnl Is turtin In evidence The taking of tostfniony began July 13 nnd closed Monday August 13 It iis the understanding that time Youtwy trial will follow Immediately upon the verdict in the Powers ease flit sixth week of the Powers trial bcgtin Monday morning with a num ben of witnesses for the prosecution In rebuttal remaining tp be examined The testimony was completed oarly Monday nftornoon and the jury wns taken to Frankfort on a special train tp inspect the capitol grounds Time prosecution through Mr Franklin announced that it would reV1ts rebuttal testimony nt this pTJlnVtRul Assistant Stntc Auditor Oraot fill then coiled by the defense whose cross examlnntlon of the wit- Less in regard to the alleged presentn flow of W H ulton while n clerk in the auditors spice was not completed Saturday Grayot produced the nddl lloiml records asked for by the de fense at that time Judge Cnntrill then announced that as soon as the argument in the case is concluded and the case goes to the jury the case of Henry E Youtsey will be called Tho peI case Georgetown Ky Aug HTht hearing of the testimony in the case of exSecretary of State Caleb Pow ers was concluded at noon The ar gum at will now be heard There will be five speeches on each side Those who ivllj speak in behalf of the prose cution are Commonwealths Attor fey Franklin T C Campbell John K Hendrick Victor F Bradley nnd tnpt K U Golden Those who will nrguq tho cnse for the defendant will be KxGov Brown J O Sims Judge J H TlnsJey Congressman Owens and Judge George Denny The case fe expected to reach the jury by Saturday Judgo Cnntrill nnnouWed that the Youtwiy ease would be taken up itn mediatelyI Jury lit Krnnkfnrt Frankfort Ky Aug HTho jury in th Powers ease which lis being tried nt Georgetown arrived horo t 5 oVloekvnnd spent an hour In viewing time stale capitol grounds and building and other points In con nection with the ease The jury was In charge of Judge Cnntrlll aid three deputy 8horlfTj LARGE STANDING ARMY Gen Joseph Wheeler Snr time Only Security for 1enec U lo lie Al ways Prepared for 1tnr Chicago Aug 12Gen Joseph Wheeler made n strong plea for the standing army in his convocation address nttha University of Chicago He declared that the most certain way to avoid the desolation and time horrors of war wns to be constantly ready wfjfh men and DrillS for every emergency thnt the only security for peacefwas to be always prepared nnd ready to engage In war At the 1oloto of the address Gen Wheeler wall cheered by the students funnyof whom are from the southern states and when the university band struck up the tune of Dixie the enthusi pitchIDeb and iinrrlnmn crept New York Aug 11Eugene1r Debs and Job Hnrrlmnn the social democratic partys candidates for president and vice president have sent thglivI letters of acceptance to SpringfieldIDobs stiff that he seeks no personal preferment a- THE FILIPINOS FEARS Why the Leaders Have Not Taken Advantage of Amnestyg Gen rio del Pllar Who Ilccently Surrendered Say That Ho- Wlnhea to Ilecatnc n Good American Citizen of Washington Auk14Copies of Manila papers received at the war de partment contain a letter purport u ing to be from a personal friend of AguinAldo which stntes thnt the Fill pino chief docs not toke advantage of the amnesty proclamation because be some time ago he gave orders to his 10 followers to brook up Into guerrilla bands The amnesty excepts those who violated the laws of war and It states that Aguinaldo fears that ho would be in the excepted class should he undertake to surrender under the amnesty proclamation The letter Is dated at BiacNoBato which is said to bo the prcsont pro visional headquarters of Aguinaldo It states however that Aguinaldo never stays more than one night in a place nnd only a few hours in ono location He allows no one to come near him except his most intimate personal friends- A dispatch in one of the papers dated at San Pedro Maeati states that Gen Plo del Pilar who recently surrendered says he wishes to become a good American citizen and intends to nccept the American terms offered to his people Ho said that ho would like nothing better than to raise a regiment of native Filipinos to serve in China- TRAINS TELESCOPED Fifteen Irrnoim Were Killed and 40 I Wounded of Which IK Arc Se rlonily Injured tome Aug HThe railroad nccl dent not far from this city Sunday night turns out to have boon more serious than anticipated It now ap pears that 18 persons were killed and 40 wounded of whom 13 arc seriously injured The disaster was caused by the tel escaping of two sections of a train oh tho railroad from Rome to Florence bearing notable persons who had been attending the recent ceremonies here The engine of the first section became disabled nnd stopped nnd was almost immediately afterwards struck by the second section Grand Duke nnd Grand Duchess Peter of Russia and time members of the Turkish mis lion who had attended the funeral of King Humbert were among the passengers but they wore uninjured The accident occurred about midnight and at a point about 12 miles from this oily The grand duchess is a sister of the new queen of Italy When informed of the accident King Victor Emmanuel nnd Queen Helena hastened to the scene Time queen nnd her sister returned to tho Quirinal while the king and the grand duke remained on the spot giv- Ing orders to assist in clearing the wreck nnd saving the injured They reentered the Quirinal at G oclock Monday morning Later in the day it was announced that 15 persons hnd been killed In the railroad accident Among the Injured was Gen Buf fin head of the Belgian mission to tho lite kings funeral NEELY EXTRADITION Judge Incoinlie of the United State Circuit Court Ilefnie to Sinn the Writ Now York August 14 Judgo Lacombe of the United States cir cuit court Monday refused to sign the writ of extradition for Charles r W Necly on account of the ac tion of Judge Wallace in granting nn appeal to the supreme court in tho habeas corpus proceedings but Indicated that he did not think Judge Wallace understood tho real situation of the case nnd he be lieved If it went to the supreme court In its present shape the apply cation for a writ of habeas corpus would be denied add China IlrllUhAinerlenn Union San Francisco Aug HTho Brit ishAmerican union has been organ ized in this city Its purpose Is stat ed to be the furthering In every way of n better understanding between both great branches of n common race It Is hoped thus to afford a common rallying ground not only for the 50000 Hrltlshers In California but for all those who recognize the mu tual Interests of the British empire and tho United States Jeffrie Hurt llli Ankle Ncw York Aug 14 Champion Jas J Jeffries wrenched one of his ankles by falling from a bicycle at his train log quarters at Loch Arbor nenr As bury Park N J The Injury wns pro nounced painful but not dangerous Urn WelUton III San Francisco Aug 14 Gen E B Wcllston Is suffering from nervous prostration caused by exposure in tho Philippines He has been removed from the hotel to the general hospital at the Presidio where he can obtain more perfect rest Kpldemlo of Typhoid Fever Winnipeg Man Aug 14 Winnipeg is threatened with an epidemic of ty phoid fever Tho disease is also rag ing In many parts of the province nnd cases era coming Into tho Winnipeg general hospital yI I ANOTHER NEW PARTY rAntlImperlnUiU Will Meet at Indlan spoils and Probably Nominate aff National Ticket Indianapolis Ind Aug HDele to the national or third party 1htickets are beginning to arrive This party originated at the time of the meeting of the gold democratic com mitten in this city At that time there was a committee 11 sent hero to confer with the gold committee and urge it to f recommend the nomination of n third ticket Failing in this they issued call for a national convention to be held in this city August 14 und 15 Previous to this the anti lmperlalists 1 had issued a call for a convention to f held in this city August 15 and The members of the national party hope to form nu nlllnnce with tho nntiimperinlists and they hope that the nntiimperinlists will indorse the i ticket they nominate Louis R Khrlch of Colorado Springs Colo will be the presiding ofifccr of time convention and Isaac II Klein of New York will be ecerc taryhIitersi i i Ii i the nomination of candidates for tplntlonnt i dishonest money and threatens tho integrity of the judiciary The republican party is conducting nn indirect attack upon the in stitutions of our country At home it corrupts the public morals by sell ing public offices and special privileges to the highest contributors to party assets abroad it wages a wicked war t of conquest In violation of tho prin ciples of the declaration of independ 4 enceaIiwhoIi c est efforts to the following endt1 Independence and protection to t the inhabitants of Cuba the Philip t pine islands Porto Rico nnd Hawaii 2 A single gold standard and A sound banking system 3 The abolition of all special priv ileges 4 A public service based on merit onlyIn pursuance to this call the mass convention will assemble in the hnll on the seventh floor of the Commer cial Club building at 2 oolook Tuesday afternoon This call Is addressed to nil of those opposed to the candidates npd r the platforms of the republican anH arm t 4r d democratic parties Delegates to tho I antiImperialistic convention and allyi citizens are cordially invited jfSigned ISAAC II KLEIN Secretary- ANTIIMPERIALIST LEAGUE No Set Programme flat Some of the Lender Not In Favor of a Third Ticket Indianapolis Ind Aug HTho congress of the AntiImperialist league will be called to order Wednesday I morning in Tomlinson Hall by Senator Henderson of Missouri who will preside over the meetings There will be no set programme for the first session A number of short speeches will be made relative to determining what is the best course to pursueGov Boutwell is opposed to pine ing a third ticket in the field and will use all his Influence to prevent the nomination of a third ticket and likewise the indorsement of Bryan and Stevenson He believes strong resolutions denouncing imperialism should be adopted and then the meet- Ing should adjourn q RACE WAR IN GEORGIA Two White Men Shot and n Mob U i Now In lur ult of the Colored Murderer Sylvnnia Gn Aug Hn P Her rlngton and Milton Moors wore shot and tilled by two Negroes named Alexander ns a result of a quarrel caused by the buggy in which the Ne ijroes were riding collided with lien rington nnd Moats buggy The news quickly spread nnd Copt Jesse T Wade organized a posse to capture the Negroes As the posse approached the house of the Alexnnders a num ber of shots were fired from it in rapid succession nnd Cnpt Wade fell mortally wounded The posse withdrew and went for Sheriff Thompson The sheriff with a reenforced posse Is now attempt Ing to arrest the Negroes In the sec tion where time tragedy occurred time blank population considerably out numbers the white and the Informa tion Is that the black neighbors of the Alexanders will assist them In re sisting tho sheriff WlA k a Special Hate Pittsburgh Pa Aug 14A great boom to the export trade in iron and steel products is expected to result from a meeting which Is to be held In New York on Thursday of this week Time object of the meeting Is to secure n special export rate Gen YuoJ UolnR to SaiitlaKo Santiago Do Cuba Aug 13oov Gen Wood Is expected here on Wed nesday next The preliminary work on the Cuban Central railway has begun and time contractors ute advertis 1i1 ing for several thousand laborers 1t I v r t w ftJ I 2 r 0 i Building I Material r ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM j BEU h Doors and Windows Shingloso Lime and Comout Buildors Hanlwaro i I IPaints Oils oto ESTIMATESI 1CIIEIItrULLYFUKMSIIEI 1 lFEEDSTUFFS 1 Hay Onts Corn Bran etc oto 1 1 L P W SEllison j TilE groat wall of China portions ot whioh are still in nvldniiw was coot plated 211 HC i ttttTHE United States has agreed to tll selection of Count Waldorseo a Gerniau otllcor of high rank connnnudurtu chief of the nlllotl forces ttttTHE latest tologranis indioato that tho Chinese goveruuiout has sued for poaoo through Li Hung Chiang tad that it will acqnisco tii any donmndi that the powors may unito on tttt t TilE death rato of tho world fs 07 nnd the birth into 70 a minute and this seemingly light percentage of gain h I 1Jlt1lationttttWEALTHY titlehunters should bo in terested in tho otTer of one of tho Chi i nese revolutionary parties to make gne contributing 810000 to their mouse a prince of the royal blood TUB offer doesiiot give tho process by which pie beiaus are turned into priuoes of the royal blood while thoy wait tttt Tit great wall of China was recently measured by Mr Unthankan American engineer Ills measurements gave the height as 18 foot Every few hundred yards there is a tower 25 feet high For iX milos the wall gone over plains and mountains every foot of tho foundation being of solid granite and tho root of the structure solid masonry It took many thousands of mon centurion to build this wall which It is supposed WWI erected to protect the Chinese from the invasions of the Tartars ttttKXPBKIMBNTS have been made by Prof Moo at Genoa to toot tho food value of sugar in case of oxhaustion from hung r His results confirm tho theory that sugar iis uajimilutod by tho exhausted system more rapidly town brad and showed a rapid Hue in temperature with in ten or tlfteon ininuttw aftor H nmll quantity of augurwiw oaten by M long fasting animal the effect reaching a maximum In one or two hour Sugar restored life to doe suffering loan of vi tnl heat when al nmmiu eould not nave thorn e ttttIN Berlin there oxlsis a multitude of spiritualistic mediums who humbug the peoplo to a very grout extont They tlnd littlo favor with State or local author f tics but carry on their trado with eon siderable profit to themselves For ai very small fee spirits can bo called from tho vasty deep or anywhere else to giveI advice and loving tokens to credulousi clients As in this and other eountrian personallyhutI frauds that summon thorn for their unL earthly ubodo- sTlnrtrFoiirfli Wife nt r0 In the village of Boclra a Turk namedI dI gooItin six hours distance to sell eggs for ho is a oultry farmer Ho has hud thir tyfour wives the lust of whom ho mar tined only a few days ago Some of tho South African find Chi none minion are pretty tough but juft aupixjso a war would brook out in WuloHi l LlanfnirwHgwyrigyH is tho name of a priviaa i as one iI telegrams Mynydwillyn is tho unlit u Cardiff Drimtiiidhiviekltlllicattau is the natno of a small1I hamlet in tho Islo of Mull yBefore Deciding on Your Summer Tript 1 Look up rates routes and train nor vico via tho Mobile Ohio It It to Waukesha Wlq Niagara Falls N Y Put iiiBay Ohio Denver Pueblo andI Isi i land oUch Chicago III St Paul linn Minneapolis Minn St Louts Mo and many other resorts North East and Wost Low rates superior service This company tins in ssrvico a complete lino of now vcstibuled coach es and sleepers Their summer Hohwl elm aro unsurpassed i closo connectionI is made at St Louis Union Station for + all prominent Summer resorts SpecieI s Mobile S Ohio representative meets mil1t incoming trains at St Louis and sees to s tho transfer of passengers to tho con i resori j from Juno let to September JJOth limit to return pawsago to October list1 1ed for rates tickets and full informa M t AgentCJ JSltJr 1IJ1JlII NIuaCI L1 4IIAwake my harp of wong and mtory And toll how the llobel nine won fume DoughtjVluu little Itlmdy ohallonged rebel Red To tight with nine yankoo Illuos nine gray Confod Like a war homo lilakey mantled1 tho battle from afar Replied llliody well meet you under Mar and bar And our numbers thin limo being ex actly even Time way well lick you will be dcoohen So tho momentous day rolled round 1Mot thorn Yanks and Itobs on tune ball ground Tho Blue won choice amid took tho lhat Itliody short and thin Solto short nnd fut They onroswd the ball In boyish fun As his whlikor to euoh Imwalolo n run So out went the Bluw on n more of two And the Robots maid now MO what WP can do Red to hat Mitch ow deek umpire Mild And a martini thrill enthused each jcray Coifed In nil my life I never saw the like Iljr Mull gray wont In on a homo strike At met the umpire declared the groy out henna two Jmys Utlrte wn the Rebel shout mudouhagria Said you cant do the elks again For thin once were NO huge and 1 have enough You old rebs an now up to anntf And sane know how to gat Uwn If not in war on tine dlainoml MIW- Hlilakey altar replied m wnraiww llama Or iHwesfal beam boil HBIM Wit II bo rfetorfone mA wire Immortal foIf mimlHNm are equal1 l vnty time weft Hot there ilust Ute warns SlLTHMTOt HEAT TillS 3fuu Married Three Sisters Two See cured JHvorces the Third U Trying to WinehMtar Kyt Aug 14Mom ClanR lodge has tiled suit in the Ulronlt Court praying for a divoroo from her husband S W Hodge to whom she was marrietl about two years ago She accuses cruel and inhuman treat mont and misappropriation by him of her property Hodge him boon married four times and this is tho fourth time he has been sued for divorce Now comos the history of this much married and remarried mail His first marriage was to a Mlsa Moore daughter of u prosperous farmer of Laurel county who secured a dl vorco from him a short time after their marriage anti later died Ills second und thiN rnarringem wore to n sister of the first wife They were married and divorced and remarried and rorUvorued all within a short time Thu third Mrs Hodgo Is still living Hodges fourth marriage was n thIn sister who is now seeking severance of time bauds of mat rimony 3IOTIIEK OF 2G KAIIIKS In TtrcntjMne Years mill nil hiring lint Fire Her twenty sixth baby fat and hap py it erowiut m time arms of Mm Saw uel Swartowood wife of MM engineer oil the Central Railroad of New Jersey The mother humus boon married tt years She has borne two setH of tvrini All of the children are living hut llvr My children are a great joy to me soil Mrs Swartevrood to n oorrenpoau ont of the New York Journal wntiug from the hone of the Swartewood at Wilkeabarre Penn AlttiouKh I have always had a baby and sometimes two I to look after they never seem a bother J amid worry ItICOKOut9 laabim are I married when I was 14 years old I lowed Sum when I was a little girl the mother said and wanted to marry Ev or slate our marriage we have liven very happy and I would not exchange places with tho wealthiest woman Iu time land Mv husband brings in 100 a mouth and tho children 800 You can put mo down as aggregating with Grover Cleveland that married life te one grand sweet song U resented u Trngciiy Timely Information given Mrs Goo Long of New StralUvillo Ohio wived two lives A frightful cough hid long kept hor awake every night Sho hud tried mummy mimdics and doctor but tryDrwholly cured her i and die write this marvoloiM medicine ulna cured Mr Long of it severe attack of Pnuninonm Sueli arm nro ixwitlve proof of its lower to euro all throat chest and lung troubles Only SOc and 100 Guaranteed Trial lHttliM fret at nil drug atoreu ClRvclnnd ilrl lias UHNIIICSS linn1 Re Rlrninid from Courting llor Annoyed by tho nttontion paid by an unwelcome visitor Miss Agnes C Smith of Cleveland Ohio n pretty dressmaker applied to tho Common Pleas Court lust wreck for an injunc tion restraining Junlus W Cobb U well known bnslnoss min from calling upon her from ciilling her up by telephone from lingaruig about her place of abode from following her on tho streets timid from talklrg to hor or communicating with burin any way Judge Dissotto at once granted tho in iut Smith Mr Cobb is connected with the Burrows Bros company one of the largest stationary anti book houses in time country In her petition MLss Smith says that Mr Cobb liar for several mouths past insisted upon thrusting Juts attentions upon her and offering hor attentions which sho repels and doas not receive from him and that she has repeatedly said so to him I HUXTITIJTOX 1 KA1 The holed Itnilrond Miignnlo UPK Un expectedly lIulltlngtonchile railroad died ut Pine Knot oninp theAdirondacksMr Huntington was apparently In ox oollent health when IIP retired last Ear ly this morning mojiiw wero heard ppi ceeding from hiM room and ho was foundi uitcoitKdou mind died in ten minutes Itt supjKwed lib death was caused from heart trouble LIVERY STABLEOPIXJSITK It R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr Find rluturnouts buggies surrey Terripyv jade tsun OUBtoIur serve IIwith ourtsy aid4Mlitontame P trunnffe w tilihtJ1lllllhono 10 G E Uett SuMtsinr to Wm Dlwtellirlnk IIBALNK IN Fancy rJnoeerics and Provisions BIQKMAN KENVUOKY L lK1U3B DELIVKICY a- R081hlenee A p OLIVER i Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOI IAN KKNTDOKY f iIVRMB A TRIAL when you tear HlankmnllhlnK dlnllr repair ill t ejen tic llar eibelnir a ipeefolKr I aloe keep a full line o- fUndortakorc Goods Common leewas4l and Solid Aleck Walnnt cmll ml Dee which MD by fitted up in chrt nailcw amtl al raan able price Give ma a I- IIE nhp our the Jail 1rwaA GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER The WEEKLY AMHKIQA3 time Lead tug Ssutliwn Weekly till Jet 8th 1000 and a Cluees inn eao1 Cure Guessing Cout vt for only 10tWatches Free Send 10 c vita to the Weekly Amwi can Nashville Twin and M11 Ilxa lIMit the WNtkhUtelORI11111C WM kh of the month till Oat 6 1UOO You an al to hAY a Kami m thw tKO corn taeas contest GOMM iidinbor of rt1hIN an IL vera tf size ear of elite Indian morn length 84 tuclns diametnr r larp and i iwh s in middle Sn IHMH at small end Scinch To tli mule Ncriberor 8Hb crtl re naming tl eon rout or utarmt correct nniiilxir 01 trralns on the ear wt will give 880 in rah If more than on correct KUIW the untonnt will divided Tire ear of corn IJIi i leech planed in the American Nntloob Uiitk nnhuiiked and undersea Cold +t to9JJ- ct8 Aug 4 UPMWA must M at him itume letter wiUiwulwenptlon allllCnllUonsIwatch uuarHiitewl for twelve icon tl IK marl the club raiser can hay tfjlrtj gnomes as well aa each HubsoriiMr IMltK- Illow a M e have moo gril boilers forelimb raisers Rend for 1Jul u1w mud sample iITllE AMERlt Nashville rigju = =olIulotlcHH aH dolIei rtITOK cincurr COVNT t H O Ambwx ItJiniIri KrnllSGeoI Notice in hereby given iu UUlnoJwrw I I undonlilJned nOOVltledi onthlheystreetslitdaytimesCourtehuhmma nguhmst said Doeodent ilill that iUllllrOyenmi0miflodabove will be forever WroU W PTAYUjlt CourtleyemmIHiutUIs 1i1ji t 1YCLTONf iD A Lutun adinr Ilainlitf y against i1jiiTijl II 13 Jeeim old Defendant Notietm is horeby widen pHofundONiofltodimCircuitlimoshavehisolllueI IInttlIuntucky streets Irma the dltte tftQtuntiltho lat day of the next HIllihafclilliof tlilK hotarproofuigdonttimid Imhuandlsfthhhthuwill h flfr vtlr tarrodrW P ArLQfii MURt Conlr Ioullon CiruuitJCourtByfoAI DILLON Hit Deputy r II Helped Win Unit 1011 I Tweutyniii olllctirs and moon vrol from tin front to my that for ScrntoluH llrulSHs Cumin Wounds Sore Font unit j stitr Joints Huoklcitii Aruiuii Salvo In UUfURISkin Cur Knaranteml Sold by nUllrujlgbtll STKAY NOTICE Taken up an a stray by Logan StllI- field ull life lease about It miles bnluw Ilikuinn tton tlu MiuiiMippi river ntMtr MaM Pot UIIW QUit lilaik horse mule built II hand highamid supposed t be Mlniiit W1 ymiw old wllli a few amy hairs in the forehead apparently from nldaRttHiid with n small twir on Uio right hip and right eye Mimewlmt ftf rfwlwl and upitrufeod by me at IVn loh lIne hum 1uno 9Ith 1000ISinned H M KKARUY 1 P C 0 S D LITKS Oloik lly A 18 Deltow IDO A copy AtluaL s sense for gull I 111111I0OI1lHarm Uj whim of Moat ow 1 fy or rn norms 00 clear fur slit- at 8Brt free Men lie a Imnpdn fur this urkw Must will by Aug ltdis nr i L- lVrilor mil lenmaepayllevnralaltert- erms fur Jet in Ky sod Tenn- J K FAIL 7 1S4 IMhum IVy 0 The llcsl tool her Intitllcrtiinl Thought No Men Mn Ult lHi ilrtillr anleer Ilit think lnn HIcHilj In iilI i IllfIe of warn uml rttn Ir1 1r ibis jrraint 1111 lnifUicni thinking and the I- tra far tniMlii ent hoaght to thai uewi toper which IIt itrMiml end bor Important pellilenl l Iu are tUlly IntelligentIr a treat pelnlul p+ rty iii mimlJihiz te be deeirdso t IIr the July ef every eilltnii loilmraHcMy inform kiunelf en the yT1tI IU Lime uphI I f nay other paper It print the new tlCIf fully not imixlntllve eeetirrone but lUmotllo cad w rhldllDI fully auihon Owtted teeth pUtUr l dIM dlMutfed New IU the tilDe te tub eerlke for the boil medium ef seeping In teueh with tbe wbele worN The Demi HepHblleNe ef attenilen lel the th pablle1 Sunday Unfasten It li ipMeji raeh denim with tile brief reeItl arilel111 written br tbe bni ef literary uUni IlV beautiful half tea illtMtnuUnii have nl reedy ands It famen andI their tnaliy preservedNowajeeture eursInare llloitrtlel anil enlarged upon In a meaner equal le the hl b prleeil ntept zinc Kteni of surreal Intermit are tel ferth In eni rtalnlnc atyle There Iit bur mar In In peree la4 u1 for the bvnent ef the ladle the Limo Iarli fiblor e arc MflK week exquNlely HlMtraimll end1 de scribe Tbe lUpuUle Sunday Mele zinc Is tanJrd Tbnberlptism pHee ef the dime Weekly Kepnbtle ii 1 per year The Uw public Sunday Msptlne I IU6 aykr Itetb ntpur are new lie on offered at the- very low price 1110 fer one year Te secure ibis low rate both mu t be sdrd4 anti paid far at this tame ilrar Atldrene all order lo TUB UKIUHLin Si Unk M1 THE STEVE STAR Wvcry niiil Fccil MlnI Ii flintoii Btnct wmtuf Hirkmau Wtf Bugginghomesdatiou given Your jMtron K eollrit tae ANNOUNCEMENTSIL- LINOIS + CENTRAL + RMLi- IOADCALLFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati anal rem lullIIevery Mondndl Friday Prim Clileig every Wednwlay rHnIIDuClo1 l Hun through Iu IM nlIUIII Sea FrnncUoo via Now OrUnn In unnnMilnii wllh the Hfliilhrrn Iurlfle C nnc llan made with demiy iralnM car nt New Of Mhnm hr the Ilulfia C asi Tie II sited of lie IIUul4 Centree urnueer All Un tlnyn nnd JhnDJII nt New OrltMim with i he Sunset Utnllwl out of the Seuilirrn Inolflfl giving npMil ihraiiKh wirvlue 11 Rail Irrsnolow FWiL IAUTICtIIAUSp- oticnrnlnK nil of lime niter can IM lied off Konlt of ili IllinnU Ceetrell nr by ad Irwwliig W A KplUiiin A II P 4 Iiulif llp K- ytt1i1I1IjI1 lNn- 0110 yLBOAD TilE POPULAR LINK FOI- L8tLot11ClaleegoStlnmllOnlalla KnnI- IH Jlly Pol roll Toledo and sill pnlni Unrrh ICnfil and WMI Cairo New Or- lenom Molilln Illrmlneliain Nael- ivlln Oliftttnno x Moriijtomorjr Tliomim yule Atlanta duguMto Chorirstdn Mar vunnali laoUKonrillc IIUIInrt Tarn pn Miami nail all mlnlfi In the Xoiilb ntNlHlcfjnni Vfitlhulcd Viral Claw Oonohci with molds room did1 eomplrln tullrt rooms and lavatories for idle and gnu tenon Porter in atlenilnnoe charged nuts Ithe Contort of time faaaonftcM Alto rrntllllleil lIalnca 8ifplri5 elrA with UrnwinK Iloorn cud BiiHot hetwcau 0 iioiitn end Mobile New Orleans Mont irnmery Tlioiiiniivlllf anti Jaokionfllio FinE II ULAJtt Traveling Pastongor Agent Jackeoa Tine It T TVIKII Irmt C 4 IIOICOMIIK V lreetl ly C JUHKMMf BICBMAN BANS 1 KIOKMAN KENTUCKY heirs rt IIS R t l eoeaL l Ana f111 Lo j Paid UpI Capital 500000 VSollolto t to our Ountoiiiorfl OoiiHlatont with I Hankinu lrlnul- plcRDIREOTORS atnhhIHhadII IS T TYM9K 0 IIOnOOMDIJ J NAYLOK W II IJALTRIt t 1 W GOWaiLL L O MAJ1DOXt O F IJALTKI3IL HIOKMAN WAGON CO It NIJIItHIK ut Till IYRttRtTIlt HIOIt Ali WAGQNra HlCKMAN KENTUOKY Mr Jorgenliausser Used to Worr Rftcjiw hti stivigtimomonU iu the loealI lporl 1ttit wtn In attract Hiteiitinn didnt ilmw n orowil to Ills MUirt NIK bell him to w ll IIIMItNOW HE DONT WORRYIYliv HPUHIIMU lie huts nand that lie tin get fifty fimt f rate ads Meek full ol suggestions tho 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