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F d it j V i 11 f anr r 4fc A 1E mcKMAN GOURIER I r d1t t = ELDEST NEWSPAPER I3ST WESTERN KENTUCKY ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTAUG 31 1900 VOL XXXV NO 40 FULTON COUNTY TEACHERS And Where They Teach Thin School Year County SuxrlnU ndenl Wilmn hay kindly fqrnlfihed the Courier tho follow sag list PulwnlN1 I IkIIurn Nannie Brown und Mlttio Cayco nllrherM4 PulwitfnoSuhoolJ lNoolFulton Ity d Brown School Mis Lou MoDitn id Jordan Ky Jordllo7 iIkltnlstui School Lnby Hargrove Cnyco Ky tcllurhumast11 CJnvoo School J W LumborlJ Cnyeo Ky DllJowJordan11 HlmmoiiH jjahool J C Lander Hiaknmn Ky I CutliuyIfirpc OgleLM14 Waluul Uruvu 8olioolft Suo Kaiuer nailewoll Ky 1ft Fairviow SflhoolMlw1 Nottlo Stahr Hkkmnu Ky Ia lllekman OoIIl81 J 0 Olluk- Irl nol lul Mlftww AInine Shoron ItnmoKo Virginia Lutun Anna loulAII and Dora Smith 17 Watwon School Mb lda Kyltf fudgeMN Avixt Jur noy Illckmun Ky 1IV Madrid Bend Henry MdMullin- Bowe lunnI20 MaFadden School Miss FulaiI KyUl K L Noel Fulton Ky 21 Woodlawn Sahool Mt Guwiii Nichol Crotahileld Ky I Sycnmoro OliajMtl Mlw havunnu Jblochir Hiokinan Ky 21 larks School Mli Maud Wil Kys JnnitH Tasrnsuntt JJlckII1lUIK 31 Gravw School tlltH Kdtm Wise man Hlakumn Ky 27 bland No HNotcaqhor secured i8 Now Hopo School MUM LUlls IrXItS 1 Dtl lik 40illbJitWtJJC Speaking Monday It U announced that Judge Jo Rob a lilun will address thu people of Fulton County at this Court Houto Monday the d liutt on the polltleul imuos of V dayV a a Bockliams Massago Moth HHIMM ailjournod after hearing r Md UaTomor Uoekhunrti brluf HMMMK whteh tinted tart the ontjr purpose fur which the wwlun corns onllod wan Ui mnond the Stale otiOon law l1w1- 1I1IWIItC stated that the law won K goutI ono hut that party and faattonul pruju dice had Iron engondured ngalnct it to such an oxtcflt Unit it WM thouht bus to make chniiKix Iwfore anutlier aleutiun wan hold TIn niewwKu ooncludas IniHKHMiry ills whether K hlicml u plijHiwiI should ho trentod as well tread outs Your task lit this tmultur iis a difllcult one You cannot wittsfy ovory Itody 1 do not dwiro to HUjfKust In do tall any low for your connldoretimi tIImo tonrtdnnct in your judtni ut and wisdom sued I lhelho that you will unr niMtly said patriotically sat to work to I fninio a luw In npponnmuo ax wollas inI fact so fair HO just to all narfloM that no liunust cilizon onn lint fault wits ItII iJ Tho llojiulillcaii minority will wait for tin Doinoorillo majority to take tlio initiativo Both sides admit that a voto to repeal the Ooobol law would bo close and probably such a motion would H Ilust Democrats say tho Honatn will ho u UoIII to lu hut that in tho JIOUKP tho DomoaratH have n uomtofUiblo ma jorily und won dufoal an outright repoal Tuko up thofut manH burden uo soak your shirt in swoat nndMlIIk in vnlll fur n coolIng ireeed with fncu nil HttuminK wot Jtu try and thud some tthudv spot whore you win sit und stew and have uomo snoozor aprlnit this gag Is it hot enough for your Tiiko up tho fat manH burden a hundred in the I shade Two hundred irnundu of adi oso to soak in lemonade Oh for au hour in Klondlko Oh for tho Arctic scow fling oil your balmy brcozolotn nnd let tho blizzards blow Olmrliw HurnoH nnd Miko IXtylo lhoII men who hold up und robbed an Illinois I Central passeucer train in Ballard coun ty lust month und who wore captured J noon afterward HurneH in St Louis and j Doylo III Mliwourl woro Kentenued last week by tho llallartl circuit court to tun sand four years roMpuctholy in to State penitentiary Both turns entered a plea of guilty surd salted for this moray of tho court On thin account they woro Rivon tho inlldoMt sontoneert in tho power of the court UarnoH was shown to ho thoII loader and Doyle only a toblconso uont I IIly the dllToronuo in tneir punishment I I II Helped Win Hattles rwcntyulno nlllnnni anal inliii wroteII front tho front to say that for Scratches UrU18ld Cuts Wounds Sore Feet and Stilt Joints Uuokloa8 Arnica Salvo Is the heat In tbo world Sluno for Burns Skin Kruptionsund Pros 25cts n i0x Ouro guaranteed Sold by nil Druggists p L Ellisons BulleJjlt c i Of aofno of tho GOOPKffirJKGS offeredIV r II I L In QtlJIt 11 r Vj L l1 P SlaughtrSa J J I it 1 t op = = = = 4 tIIb t-I J 7 tf j w JII 81850Suits ffor 1000 eT25c for 50c Fancy Shirtft traY Hats at Half Price S110 for 8150 Childrcns SuIts 16e for Lawn and Batiste v5rth t 59c for 75c Fancy Shirts I4c Yard Vide Domestic worth t t J JII 50c for Slippers that were 150 ap4 100J r 8100 IadiesShoes and Slippers were 200 andSlSO a t Carpets and Mailing at Slaughter prices 8345 Mens Suits that were 850C J 8750 Mess Fine Suits that werelpOOr W- 29o S Ladies Shirtx Waists worth 500lF Ic Palm Fans I i c 3c Japanese Pans If 3 5c Ladies Linen Collars IA 1t tr Hrrtk tkJ5eyo V4 t i IIICSC are OIllra fdw of the giJd II 4 1r t1 t II la tfCf I 1 SPOT CASH L P L S Ellisonv V J Hickman Ky KtiKlMi ForrniNt of Our IreaiUrtitliil foulest The London Morning Clmmlolo of fronstKM WofihiuKton corriwiKJiideiit in which ho onimly discussos the present polltllMl probroutcome in tho doming olootion From his connootion witn one of tho tousling English dailies it may rousou ably bo nupposod that he Is In close tends with tho insiders of thu Hopnbli Diu party and therefore his1 couolu sloes arc of moro than ordinary tutor ost Tho political mathematician ho says sot down 24 States OH certain for Bryan with n total electoral vote of 104 and 17 Status iw curtain IIfor MoKin AmougtheseKansas Ohio and NViscoiiHin nil of UC1rrvJCnuMago Tho following Suites till correaiwiid out nets down iw doubtful Colorado Indiana Michigan Now York with an electoral vote of GO In couinKiiiting on hU figures ho writes If McKinley is to win ho must carry all of tho States plusNowwhile Bryan if my culonhitioua ore cot rect has to carry onlyI Now York to march with unobstructedi path to tho tunnythingsunlimited monoy and tho vast army of federal employes but oddstAut1yet after giving ell theso things their trop er value there still remains thu un known multi determining factor tho Ho publican voto of tour years ago which this year will vote for lirvnn to robuko iuiporliilisin Hnco Riot In SenT York Touching tlc race riot in Now York lust week tho Sun of that oily de nounces it particularly for its coward liness saying that in tho wholo city us it was before tho consolidation in 1800 thcro wero only 23001 negroes in n total ixpulation of moro than ono million nod n half sap their actual number is now little greater over if it has increas ed ut oilylino surprising part of this story Is that tho negro population of New York urns probablyfuot increased duty in ton years o 2000000 EmollellII Tho Secretary of clarion of Democratic Clubs reports that thu total membership of tho Asso oration inns already ronnhed the remark ablo figures ot Since tho Now IRI22aII been opmntcd 1G578 rhinos have been added to tho roll a rumurknblo showing in loss than four vooks This momborship represents 300 newly organized clubs During tho last weak slab organizations have boon reported at tho rato of tliirtr llvo n day and within the next SIX wooks It iexpected that the utombership of tho Association will aggregate 1000000 or almost two thirds of tho Democratic vote cast four yours ago for tho national ticket Tine President of tho Association hopes that on election day at least 85 per court of tho voting Democrats of tho country and all those who believe that the Democratic ticket this year represents national safety annul industrial safety will bo unrolled on tho Assoaia I lions raster + I y 0A Dealii Tine Populists of tho First Congres sional District will open their campaign on Sept Ifjth at Maylleld A deal is on between tho Pops and tho Republicans Republicans to support Keys tho Pop nominee for Congress in return for which tho Populists are to support Yer Ikiw for Governor The Democrats aro not alarmed over tho reports NOT ono of tho big growing cities hUH declared itself content with tho popula tion given by tho census Cincinnati was HO disgusted with its returns that its newspapers have begun u canvass of tho city to demonstrate that tho census enumerators overlooked many residents and that tho census showing is far under tho facts Tho dissatisfaction with tho returns had ittt maximum exhibition in Chicago Chicago insists that it has a populationtho census is so prcixxstroua an to war rant a now count Chicago hoses its os timate on tho school attendance und on this city directory ICAnlU CLUBS to do their full duty by tho party in tho present campaign should promptly take steps to act in accordance with time circular just issued signed by Mr Bryan Mr Stov ouson ami Chairman Jones of tho Denim ocratic National Committee urging tho formation of Democratic Clubs through out tile country Tnfi circular suggests that on Satur tiny morrow uttornoon or evening Sept JUt all citizens willing to support the Kansas City platform shall meat m their respective communities and organize city or precinct clubs where such have not already been organized and that there should bo no delay in perfect ing such organization The mission of theso clubs is that of carrying on by American citizens of tho fight now vitally necessary In behalf of American principlesSystematic and effective work In a po litical campaign la tremendously fur thored by club organization Tho issues of the campaign of 1000 are of a nature to demand of every American tho beat service in defense of free institutions anti of tho policies under which this Government lusts advanced to tho worlds first lilacs r STremendous Cost of War During tho first nine days of August tho War Department expended 5415 000 Tho governments fiscal year be gins on July 1st Tho total War De partment expenditures since tho begin ning of tho fiscal year inure been 24 20012447 Thus an average expendi ture for each day by the department has been sinco July 1 71163710 Time cost of tho War Department has been more than onothinl of tho entire expenditures of the covernmeut this fiscal year The total appropriation made for tho War Department at time first session cf limo Fiftysixth Congress which adjourned on Juno 7 least went 111422000565 Tho campaign in China was not oven dreamed of when the appropriations wcrCMnado There will bo an enormous rll rId tlclcnoy bill at time next session f Congress Washington Dispatch 1 TUB CHIEF ifASUEIt Tire growing i owor of tho executive Is tho chief danger which threaten tho United States Tho Philadelphia Record four years ago a supporter of Mc Kinloy says Yet history Inns pointed out as time chief danger to nil popular institutions and especially to a Republic tho inva riable tendency of rulers to arrogate to themselves functions that do not belong to their respective officers Time en croaohmouts of arbitrary power are In sidious While apparently necessary and harmless in tho first instance they meet with tho ready approval of tho people They lead to a confusion of tho public mind and gradually become pro cedents and obtain all tho force ot law I Long familiarity with seemingly innocent usurpation begets an unwarrantedI confidence in the usurper At last when force is required to maintain tho power so slowly and illegally acquired tho peoplo themselves divide some being unable to see clearly tho significance of tho situation The rise of an ambitious man can imperil freo institutions only after tho foundation of those institu tions have been insidiously undermined by unpunished usurpations in tho ap parent or pretended interest of tho peo pie In icncrul Disfavor Dont tally to mo about a third party exclaimed tho old politician A third party is always a fraud nos awfully in tho way sometimes answered tho ppoliticians pretty daugh ter Chicago Tribune Kentucky Counties Time largest county in Kentucky is Pike with 870 square mill Uallatiu is tho smallest county in the State with 1HO square miles Graves is tho prettiest shaped county in Kentucky being perfectly rectang ular Hardin county was formed in 1702 Knott county was formed during Joy Proctor Knotts administration Magofiin county has no foreigners and only about fifty negroes in its pope lation Onljl19JMt Sterling Gtwolte THEY WILL GO TO WAR r And Povsibly all the World The announcement sow goes that RBssla Germany and Jaoan have de Glared War against China and that Enfflaad and tho United States have been Invited to step down and hands off The accepted idea has been that Ros sIn and France were Baited and under stood each others purpose and that England and tho United States would boounited if involved la war The news papershave sandwIched Germany Ja pan and Italy first on one side and then on the other But how the final alignment of nations will be when the war is on uo doubt depends upon fa turo contingencies In fact it may be years before tho general war occurs butsthat it will cjcar in tho disjoins of China no one seems to kltvfji a doubt JThe same has been true in regards to Turkey for many years but the great Powers have bala cedeaoh other through jealousy as to the division and partition The samo may prove true as to China Is the Country to be Always at War Ila the Unitedvjitatea always to beer gaged in wars i sK condition of war better for the peothan a condition of peace If VIA musC continuo to plantJ colonies and carry tho flag over foreign territories on the pretext oftextending trade and commerce where and will it end A slice of Turkey is whenJJ tna1 t Ministers Never in Danger Will we the people never be permit ted to know the real truth and nothing but tine truth as to the sitaatloa la Chi na Now comes the Kasslaa prince An special coramtaatofierot the Czar to Chi nn who certainly miss had the beet ofh l 4untty to kwlweeot keWls iw i Iy8at the Isy sleesiy pe j Jfng4A8we AMACtd cruel r ee sacro of rat these Ministers and in fact 1r all foreigners He says also that the Germans in China are to blame for time uprising About The Extra Session Tho Kentucky Legislature is assem bled in extra session to consider the election laws modifications amend ments or changes Tho Clerks desk is covered with new election bills which of course are referred to tho committee and out of the mass will como one or mOn bills and then will commence the fight The whole extra session may amount only to u continued wran gle or it stay evolve a fairer and better clectlAi law There is a neat of humbug about this election Ilaw talk any how Tho great est trouble is tho intense bitter partisanship that pertains to the enforcement or nonenforcement of election laws more than the law itself Honest men thoroughly honest will not be guilty of fraud or wrong no matter what tho law is and it is next to impossible to make any law sufficiently non parts san as to give thorough protection from scoundrels None timeless it Is to be hoped that the Legislature will give us- a just arid fair law Indiana 18000 Tho loading Democratic papers assert that tho Republican State Committee of Indiana has caused a poll of the State to be taken and that this poll shows a clean Democratic majority of 18000 How reliable this may be each one may form iris own conclusions Of course till Republican Committee did not knowingly give out tins adverse report but theso papers claim to hayo obtained it sciniofllcially Tire Democrats claim that a quiet rev olutlon has been going on for two years and that the changes are chiefly from the laboring classes They claim that tho operation ot time Trusts notably in the gas bolt inns had tho effect of dos ing down a great ninny factories throw ing n great many out of employment and increasing prices on others Thus giving object lessons to thq Indlanians It is said also that a great many of the factory operatives will voto the Socialist ticket That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave lOu if you used Dr Kings New Life 1 Thousands of sufferers lave proved theIr matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches Tnoy make pure blood and build up your health Only 2Cc Money back it not cured Sold by all druggists J 1- 1r o- 1r11r1 I t- J y- V t k F rS 41 The Hickman Courier 1 CEOKQB WAttRES Publisher gllCKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Africa is three times larger than all Eurppc Groat Britain imported 19MWOOQO egg in aSOO Fluid rats are esteemed a grunt doll cacy in Cuba Iig3pt arid the Soudan have now 2QU miles pi railways On the Ufl square mild of Londons nroc 1000 tons of boot sittlc yearly Memphis will pond 50000 in tJn rttaming the Confederates not spring 4 Infectious diseases ore unknown in Greenland on account of the dry cold atmospllCrcaa Toots of Japanese coal lemona Btratos that it compares favorably Ii with American coal Sam Beard sr of Hoary county Tonn has a ballotbox that line beenII used fortynine years Chicago rules that noisy cows nmlj chlaKans are no longer to be tolerated in tlio residence parts of the city it takes something like can a year to keep a railway carriage ty proper working Qrder in thoglritish ivies There were 107 wolves killed in France last year and the bonntlof equaled 15075 francs or over 2500 Newport News will name a street in honor of the lute C P Huntington There Is also talk of building a mon itinont in Senator lloitfoldt of Idaho used to bill a cowboy in Kansas and has always been more or loss engaged in stock rolstngcBombay receives its water from three large lakes which receive their supply from a region that is intense h- All ly mnlnrlous o buildings belonging to the Chi nese emperor are yellow and it isl aball capital offense for any private person to use that color Chnadn has been awarded the grand jrie for forestry fish nail game Dndf mineral and agricultural exhibits at the Paris xpoliitionbA cod caught off the Scotch coast recentlywas four feet long and weighed SO pounds Two and a half sect is the usual size Tug Dublin Queens bench lies decided that under the employers andcl workmens nci a barber is not a work man because he must use his brains t There is now in storage in the Brooklyn Water Supply Cos reser voirs 400278000 gallons of water or 417612iOO gallons less than a year i ago Physicians In Vera Cruz Mexico f werflBiicccjsf uV in tielr practice with IfSekJ Ilot weV rfseruuuU l coyerrtl bjr a Brazilian experimenfer1r DelUn zaghiL The alligator and the crocodile poss great strength in the tail One blow from either of these animals is t powerful enough to break the leg of a strong man Senator Heltfeldt of Idaho lis probably the largest man in the United of States senate He is only 41 years old i and is of oven greater proportions than Jeffries the pugilist Oysters con not live in time Baltic sea The reason is that it is not salty enough They can only live In water that contains at least t7 parts n of wilt In every 1000 partscJI The tea outturn for the month ofI June has been normal in Assam butc poor In the Tersal where the weather is unfavorable a lln Darjillng where there has been a severe bllil1tCThe largest cotton ginning plant in the world is now under construction at Corsica Tex and the next largest is being constructed at IJryan Tex AI third is being put in at Mexiu TexIThe telephone was first practically used in England in 1870 when over 115 miles of wire existed between IonIdon and Norwich but no telegraph exchange was established until 1870 The garments of the Oriental wom en are not subject to change ot fashion the shape always the same from generation to generationand for thisI reason their wardrobes are very ex tensive lout Ilobert S Clarke of the VthI regiment now in China Is probably the richest ofllccr in the United States army Mr Clarke grandson of the principal heir of the late Alfred Corn Jag Clarke is still in his early twen tics Is a graduate of Yale and com iniinds a fortune of millions q The largest steamers in the worldI are about to be built at Stettin in normally by the Vulean shipbuilding firm for the Xordduutsche Lloyd sen vIce from liramen to New York Their length will be 700 foot horse j power about 40000 speed 23t knots I The Washington police are con ducting a crusade against profanity Two men who had been caught wera arraigned in the police court re comfy One was fined nod the other released on the ground Unit ho yield cd to temptation because of the hot- II weather In cold weather he said ji lie was a total abstainer from pri sanity Don Carlos L king of Portugal I to be the guest of Queen Victoria nrltv next December Despite the fI fact that he rules one of the smallest of kingdoms he hot more titles than I any living sovereign I novo W II Murray who ia supposed I I to have been killed in China invented i i a system of representing thn tounda of the Chinese language by dots It wan found that by this means a blind Chinaman could learn to read in lens than three months wlftrens a Chinaman who can eee takes years to master the ordinary written language i 1 THE RIOTS AT AKRON City Prison Destroyed Two Killed in a Fight With the Police I Mnnr Otliem on Roth Sltlm Were UttTXllwlntrolir Is Slate Guards Akrpn 0 Aug 24 Early Wednes day morning Olllcor Duffy arrested Louis Peck colored about 40 years old lit confound of having on Mon day nlymt attempted to assault Chris s yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs TUeodoro Mans haliwtrloua and respectable people The storyof his confession spread like wildflns and mob of several thousand gathered the city prison at 830 p in the doors and made Ii forced Institution Early In the ovojiing the prisoner had been quietly token away to Clovo it A mad rush wits then nmde for the and it soon wu In the hands of tho mob They were informed by Sheriff Stone that Peck ooukl not be found there They wont to tho courthouse and ransacked that building in the soaroli for the prisoner A second time tho mob visited tho city prison and Mayor Young addressed tho crowd saying that Peck had been taken out of the prison at 4 oclock B by Sheriff Kelly and driven out of the city in a closed carriage The people the mob would not believe the mayor and continued to yell and demand that Peck be surrendered At 10 oclock the mob attacked he prison and those Inside defended- it Many shots were exchanged between the snob and officers Two pea pIe were killed and another is dying the hospital Many were wounded Shortly after midnight the mob Into a hardware store and stole the firearms and ammunition they could find including guns rifles and revolvers and proceeded to the arty building and opened fire on the de and finally set fire to the Columbia hall which adjoins tho city All the officers who had been penned up in the city building for two hours escaped through a rear window and ran for their lives The mob then placed dynamite under the building and partly wrecked that structure It was later set on fire and completely destroyed Akron 0 Aug 24 Thousands of people came to this city Thursday to see the ruins of the buildings destroyed by the mob Wednesday night- Time city hall has been totally ruined J by dynamite and fire j Chief of PbllcftJJjyrJKm baa loft rne city and liis whereabouts are unknown He is suffering from a nerv ous shockII Mayor Young Thursday morning j issued a proclamation to close all saloons until further orders At 330 Thursday morning everything was quiet about the ruins of the city building In the destruction the building the city has lost all records of the city clerk and also she records of the city engineer City Engineer Payne said that the loss in his department will be fully n half million The automobile patrol wttgon has been run into the canal With the approach of dawn Thurs morning the riotous mob which possession of this city through the night molted away and when the sun rose the streets assumed their usual appearance I At 6 oclock Thursday morning Company C of time 8th Ohio regiment arrived on a special train from Can ton and was at once marched to the ccne of Wednesday nights rioting The militiamen were at once placed on guard duty around the county buildings but they found little to do The excitement has calmed down and now the people of Akron arc contemplating the smoldering evidences of the wild fury of the mob Nine companies of the 4th regiment arrived at 920 Thursday morning Beside the city building destroyed by the mob the Columbian building adjoining is a heap of ashes and sev eral smaller frame buildings in the vicinity are in ruins The property loss is fully 1000000 It la estimated that the mob was composed of not loss than 1500 men U 10 oclock Thursday morning it WUB reported that a portion of the mob had marched to Kant Akron broken into a hardware store nail stolen a quantity of ammunition und dynamite together with nil the fiiitH In the place and that it was their intention to charge on the troops at the first demonstration Olllcern commanding the troops soy thnt any attempt to start n riot will bo the signal for a charge by m111 tin The mob which has had poi ttnlnn of Akron since early Wednesday night Is still parading the struts although there Is now no organization There was no rioting Thursday and affairs ore quieting down the mob be- Ing awed by the militia s81hRUOII Army Lath Wichita Kan Aug 2J Calvin Ti tus who settled the walls of Peking armyherolated to Capt Lee n well knwtt Bttl nUn army olllcer and an evaugeilat of some note ICb Wear Shirt Wtllif Efllnghum 111 Aug Y4At a meet Cotleg permit tunic students to wear bhlrt obJected t AN ALLNIGHT BATTLE TITO 1lrtt Killed There Wonniln- Tivo IrrlmiiN 1ntnllj in n Itiot ut Cltiuuu III l Oilman 111 Aug 2srgIU11 killed three wounded two ofOaer womnJliltll1dudreetiltH of tin nll night battlu i1titiveei- a t mob and Mrs lie a W1s1ghl who was nccusod of the irttifllfer tlr llufrfo Snltcr the 1d ySarofMSMKl tor of a cltfaun of Oilman About 10 oclock In the evonitjgth first act of the tragedy trisoIlibeted- It wan precipitated by the lyOStiji tlon of tho coroner jury iJpth death of UiM8lt ijnltor Iii1nrvl 1 girl of Leonard ill tvhord Jn Ihl hospital Friday night and wB takes to her house In Leonard milnrrrif darkness early SaUirdn ifitiftiiinll No collin was procured ntUljglitj wi wrapped up in an old bjihikat ant pieces of carpet and burled jSidr tht jury lied heard the eridondMBf Clai ince Saltor father of the IQth coroner came to the conolugipn the was injurioux to waft ISpEorJ fur Mrs Wrights arrest antI n 1rantwBs sworn out by the pottaxfthatri tmte for her arrest Cod fufe Mil stead went to tho hoIS tQ4rrv tko warrant about 10 ocilak 1I11i day night A number of deputies gaOiatd lip on the streets aoooinpnmcill tlfj v n cHrlantIf tJlopU p position They broke the out r dour open and entered the dnrkyyMl nxm Michael Ryan felt Ills way notify tht first room and was about tt3jniier th inner apartment when a iJtgl nnj out and he loll dead The OtfItahlf1IIl made a hurried exit nniUjfonitn i picket lino around the JJtUPnQi Ut regular intennls they flail info ih building In the hope thattligesrt MI pants would surrender b 11thout success Hnnlly It uam tleternluet- to set fire to the bulltltgg 1 mob of probably 200 p 0nle ha gathered at 3 oclock Most Of tlitn were armed Time Ecaittw 6f prie which followed the arrival of Ityani wife and children fired the crud wtlh frenzy They nufzed dOze i uf bundles of htraw saturated them with petroleum plied them against the front end hides of the ao aiffPeel buss pltal and applied the torch in H mo ment the plnce was a mass of Home Shot after shot rang from the upper windows and George W11lought e loocrt representative of the SJamlnrt 011 Co fell with a bullet lad the left side The next victim wan Peter Hauer a member of theattaling party These casualties sa onprrcd the crowd that they volleyed the house as fast as they could jftid their firearm 1 8uddentycalfin the rear several of In the direction of the mob Whey were answered n hundred to on sail tile lire was quickly silenced Members of the mob nmhed to the amber and in the dim light of the cm ig dawn found the body of Join Myern a blacksmith who hud lotln employee by Mm Wright stretched lathe death agony He wan shut in a dozen places about the head anti boulders nhowing that he had been lying on his face firing at his enenien when he met death XCIrhIf Mrs Wright n ragged hole in 5sri fight shoulder She had been wounded while lying down In the same position of Myers FOUGHT WITH WINCHESTERS Three ecrnen Are Drnil n the He IIUIt nt Trouble In Jentmnn- Co n lily Arknnin fine IllulT Ark Aug wThree Negroes are dead as the r suit of trouble thnt started Sund at Coo pers Island n plantation lu Jefferson county 35 miles from this sty Derry Johnson and Harry Wlmborl fought with Winchesters u tr n Ne gro woman named Mary JOINS Mat thew Overb another Negro took ia hand In thefight and all throe were finallyktlledOHA coroners jury of which a Negro namwl McKlnncy was fomaatt held nn Inquest over the remains of the ngnlnstJohnsonhere were notlfietl slid Sli rir McCoy with a poiuw of deputies it to tho scene but Johnson had etwaped McI Kinney the foreman of time oronori jury wna found dead In hi iiod with a bullet through Lila hrain Ha was tiMMMlmited tome time during the ullh1ATliere Will lie 0 Ilguj New York Aujr SH HoUjjfc iftz UraIYUlIlIIaJ nonI1tdition and wlnltnl to fight uttvkj IFri day might end UnlllrIItJ that Jpltrh was not in trim fr n fight still could not prejwro JilniMifht the few days Interveiilnff Tli nlIQJlu rntod without coming fit 11 igrtio ment except that there wmd Ijp Jio onntcst on Auicuat 31 Trlluto lo Kline IlnmlHH Kttnaag City Mo Aug iIIirfl thoumnd IItnllatiH of thu city SlI Wily paid n fitting tribute to till memory of the late King Humbert Aflui n prnceanlon through till priliiplpal thelIobPrriahluRon n ItJUtilorarrhellmiles north of HI Peso lrlnsfiVeWH llLmostperishedbeyond there SENTENCED FOR LIFE Quick Justice Meted to the Negro Who Caused the Akron Riots- hustled on to ColiiinlMm Where lie Is Io krd tin Sate Krwiu the MultUrlnlU of the Rapid Trip wild Trial Akron 0 Aug SoVLcwls Pock the Negro who raped tho little Mimes rlIand ominttd time Akron riots hail jaw tice meted Out Jto hlin at ijutto n rapid rate Prison Kiopor Whuhur of tills ott wtftit to Cltftoteiid and hail n ootifortiieo with Pock The prisoner vtis willing to plead guilty u attempted OMNuIt Uio p Halty for hich la 90 years Yaaher Mkl no thnt It lio wowkl not plead guilty to criminal assault tho jHmnlty for- chit I S ia mil IniprlHonmeHt ht wowfcl IIlie tnken to Akron fur trial IwiltII hlllkJret1 Ht tbe very thought but tidally agreed to ldeetl gully to oritn inal sash It amyl c911t A lite son trust In the iMMwUtno a grand jury here ImltctHl Pock on the cUarfo of rhnI marl MIIAdt After leeks ayreeHtettt to ptond irutlty lo erimiiMl assault ht WM takvn to time depot where a train 1 was uses for tie rteoo Jut after Mivlng CuyabogH Path- swlitr I UIIII W1HI en rtMIu front icvulaHd to Akron Peek beggtHl Prison Kfoi r Witahwr to shoot liiin intemtly in the event a iHolt Wee MWHiUnr at Akron the train arrived hero nt StJQ A rsrrIaRe who vnlUMr at Ute railway tatioH cud the streets to tin court hoHto were jwtreled by Ute state mi litia Peels WO n Liu tied Into n oar rkiNe awl hi three ntluutua the court douse wee rOttehotlIFew who laced at the rapidly drives onrrlago bunpeoted that It eon tamed the man the furious mob of rrlHemlay night wanted to lyneh 1eck was takpn In at the rear door of the aouithnuNe There was a stir aiiMing tho soldiers oro xllng to the rear of the court room Judge D J Nye of Klyrin preoided Ho hind ar rti l in Akron at noon Two min Mtwi after Peck reached the court Deputy Sheriff Kd llornhcy read the indictment Peek stood up with manacled hands He pleaded guilty- In a firm voice Ilia worn eyes shifted nervously about the room Then heat down at J Irofteoutor Wanama krr whispered with him briefly Then Judge Nye said Mr Icok you have hoard the indictment trail charging you with rape You have pleaded guilty Have you anything to 4r1 Awl hawxiothlng to say except that I throw nivnilf on the mere of time court replied Peek Judge Nye then said In crimes uch as that to which you liars pleaded guilty there IIn but one penalty provided That is imprisonment for life It ia the judgment of the court thnt you lm confined In the ponltnn tlarj for life You must pny the costs of thin proaoedlng and that for thu first W days of your imprison ment you fthallbc placed In solitary confinement After Peek had been sentenced he wax at once taken In a closed earrings to the Critter street crossing of the Clevelnnd Akron t Columbus railway and placed on board time trout in charge of Sheriff Kelly anti takun on to the ethic penitentiary at Column bus So quickly and quietly was Peak brought Into the olty sentenced and sent to Columbus that but very few peopie knew what had transpired There wan no crowd nt the railway either when the train arrived or de parted Columbus 0 Aug 2SPeck ar rived at the penitentiary In tho cus tody of the sheriff of Summit county at 845 oclock Ho felt greatly re lieved when the heavy iron gate closed behind him and Jm realfitcTT that l11 won safe from mob violence lie had little to say and was quickly conducted to n cull Murder Orer Miiney Omaha Xcb Aug 2SLindy In the morning Harry Floth employed by tho Barber Asphalt Co Leo Coy IIP employed In the Union Pnalflc shops 11 nd Mike Mollnor n laborer killed K J Fee tin clectrlclnn in n quarrel over money with which to pay for n con of beer All three were arrested and token to the police station where they mode n full confowlon saying that when Fee declined to treat they bent his face with their fists mud kicked him in the stomach As they wont away Fee staggered to his feet and was knocked down again Ilryrui Aicnlii iulltted Topeka Inn Aug 26Mr Bryan received the1 second olllciiil notifica tion of his nomination for the press duncy This notification canto from the populist party through Thomas M IattcrHon of Colorado Ho was nt the same time Informed by A W tucker of time indorsement ofrota candidacy by the Unlteed States Mon etnry league Ifiliiilntlon of St IniiU- Wnshlngton Aug 6Jhe population of St Louis according to the count of the 12th census just com pleted in 075238 In 1SOO the popula tion of St Louis was 451770 The in crease duritif the past ten years was 185408 or YJI per cent hootLifted Off Springfield 111 Aug SA terrific storm took the roof entirely oft the annex of the Lcland hotel turning it upside down and laying it over the kitchen Ileport isI that great damage was done at Chatham MI7 y A Female Enigma Even the ccntut enumerator nrnuJ at Lis Iis with weeping authorlt1dII1t had hit work always AI supnner tea An enumerator in a New York IUI t encountered a female enigma whom he had to report to the JtOrnnwllt rain data ohtai front the rollowllltC tOUCII In what Hr were you Loral ak the enami r tor ltheIhemmy t enumerator Indeed I am not I am 00 site ttr terled d wt yea were born in la to- rfltll what I slid Mr n You must be ii- lt tN Ol K fI how do OIl atcttunt for the ntlJl tlonal two years f lltothere ii 1j13tni kuowmy swim ago Imup pale N Proem Wnr tu Ience Two lade eaanoH from the Civil War lire to W wtfuU sad east tat a tutuc relJ- lthtl laneI to be placed In the eaahWllat a ioutrut between the two o 4iimas- as grwt Is a miry u tbo ehatiee nttert Stomach hitters will bring cheat w tin healthof isy one who ues it The nttra itreitfitavM the diawtivo onpint sad ft 1 rret aU disorders ds- popsia a torpid Iwr ornrn1 ry t A Gentle Slap T uI a wrr saeeesuiI der sbepplpg lMalrtobehervtmaHPbalMlBht here Jfnveil f OOIHl U NDVIrwrolei I OkMot And lap U xprimy approval ofoar Lotsoe It kat anted me a iiaiplN asd Serfula of the beardof thirteen yoarV vUitOiac After sentlag ertr 100 with different doctort without tI- Nt IHM s lotion Soup f16CIJ iw aUl the medietol propertse1 the rua in oases like the dare it the only SeesJJt to upISt New jaric sad nwtw free po i tett of leitiM nuU sod tmple of IIoUeRr i sp Caution a Men JIrW yea ROt BW what o Walk tcS ftDMlaI MW it but I nake It a rule never to notft e Inch thisg llwtoa Trait script 9 The llrt Prrrrliillun fur Chill and Kwer tn a bottle or Owivtfu TsatFa6sst CtuILPorslr JUa dyfauandqalaeelu AUatoiota lorn Neitirouotmr PdcorAc- WI i Proprietor FUnttbproprietoryens cute la jmtfIbllcoblir replied the waiter1hittdolphia Trru To Care a Cold In One Dojr TaVo Laxative Hremo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund moa jrtritfails to uuro SSo The tory slut prisoner sealing a 3Sfo t wall Unt al uihy at it seunds Prfbably the wall wu built of rock hkNernltewll HeraW umpUODJohn F lloyor Trinity Sprtogf lotI t Feb 151000 It It Letter make rattUke ia trying than to teaks the muuke of Mt trytaf at antmIUam Sweat anti trait acids wAIt discolor troaa dyed with PCTXAM KAMHKM UtU- Bold by all dnijcnt u If you would lJe omel 4y in tkt worU begin by being youriolf CMNO4rO Daily Newa llnlli Cnlnrrli Cures taken Internally Prioe ik n- sse man can work a r schemaoeaal iconleu Atektion Ok TM tweet to kitta i+ Kit me Own to chew It dewnt pay a man to be benest if be isi honest only for pay Chlwigo Daily News nalntr Desserts- Can be made with llurnnam hasty Jcly MR Delwioiu jellies from purest iagredi entt Dole a package in HO uiier sat set away to cool Gel a package at your Grocers today There are six llsverst orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach wild ckero cud the unfavored oalfufoot for making wine and coffee jelliei KIDNEY TROUBLES OF WOMEN Mill Prrderlekn Letters fihoir Man sbs tilled on Mrs Plnkliatn soil W CuredDitAn MM IJIKIIAI Cave 6s yellow muddy complexion feel tired and have bearing down pales Uem s have not appeared for thrco months sometimes am troubled with R white dlneharKv Mao have kidney and bind der trouble- I have been thin way for ft tang time and kit KO miserable I thought I wwitd write to you and sea It you aW 4a mo JJIUUHUItGK1Troy It Riun Miw PIXKIIAU h 1 haw tuod Lydia R Ilnkhatns VogotabU Com pound according to dtrectlonn and can any I bare not felt to well for yan aa- II I do ut present Before taktof your I medicine a more miserable puraoa you never saw I could not ont or sleep and did not care to talk with say ono j Now I fool no wen I cannot bta tfrt0ful enough to you for what you hove 4tno I TroyOhioBackache Cured Dun ants 1t5ml1AMI Write to thank you for thu good Lydln R Pink- hlamaVegetable Compoundbasdgmm me It y tho only modkrino I harm found that helped me I doetnrod with moo of time bust phyaieinna in the cite of Kpw York but roouivod noL I hod been oiling for aboutlllxtearears1 was MO weak and norvoiM that I oMltd QIMenses were irregular nod y titaU Word cannot exprcM the bonvflt 1 hare derived from the UM of your NtetfMno I heartily rccoinnntid it to all awlfarlng womenalas MAUl lJiii HtvotnrWindsor Pa MQ9JGl ti S T6 modern easy fitting economic shoe f urnqrrnllrt- aco are tb W 1- Il6uctal U and U14 shoes Iftfwl shore that hold their slaps kod Ot antll worn out Over IflWfM MlUOfei ta- IaabthhtdCTI In 1116 Wfcr id yes Mr sa to fors6ceswhenyoa- caabuyWLDouglas abeel for g3 aaJ 35e aro whirII f 3150fi The P 1 worth 5 sue M esa Wae-ii hq epttrlIlh tier aY i as I sta wi w 1A arse morn i- sIis4I JO ert win wwied-wltwI1dI ItJG bilium WIcr iv s 5wn 1 ulstud eau UOIIM d beIaw Is It 1- w U4 Miirtrtrl artyaiMlrtt4Mkiit t2 s1 oiJOLs aaa w- NI ilU lMW ritrHrA sww tfoella4IUO4seAdt r ii ARal1tt +3a4EIT Yrdwtatdlw-rWwepwdtrrttl Ml t eehrs-ii esaiirir h ut MMTWI 11rm4u5dsstMypis staam1i Mll- wIIytdN si t1Uwlfsadd rMpI two ir ptt s4 ikttM 1st parr atliMI banns sue e5 widtaI Np I- Osi5wnraurAw C rlt s ft L MUfiUS SHOC CO hteiloa KM CHICAGOTO OMAHA DoubleDally orvicefew IIIII via node foul Imbwjue Waterloo Fott Deere aol oel- Dnliliull ttuffeb i IIhh1rlnieau ilrcplnr ears free reclining ran UlnlDitrarm wcaU lathe undrruael lora ties ropyof Pietism and Nol CnMeuU uhntrat- ii Init this new line M urn from the car window i j conntetlocjLADIESIbWtcIan4otlaUI roaraI li KOI rrer Mr H A lIwHH MllWHUkc WI a Most everybody knows somethingabout OldVirginia Cheroots as 300000000 of them are being smoked this year Ask anybodyabout them if you have never smoked them yourself They have made their own reputation and their own place in the cigar trade wholly on their merits Three good smokes for five cents and no waste 1 Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents II INCHESTERII FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No Mack powder bettaon the market compare with the NOW RIVAL In unl totality and alrang shooting quill tie Sure Sire ark waterproof Oct the genuine WiNWESTER REPEATINfi ARMS CO It I New Mann COM BnWBlpaoaaoiOMjMM 1 roes used by Dr Charle J Moffett arrftduata U r r 1 Kf I IVAwas er on Medical College Philadelphia ls lit his 1 W Jlnllluccesaful treatment of children In Oeor gU In overcoming the troubles Incident to teething and the hot summers TCETIUNA Teething Powders counteracts the effect of hot weather and keeps the illireittTO organs In a healthy condition and has saved tho Unit ot thousands of children In the Doe torn native state where physicians proscribe and alt mothers sloe It and 1 It IIs criminal AforCoitignly25ccnUtDfUJsliUorm U25cto C J MOFFETT M DSL LOUIS Mo 4 i i 1ctPBI THE AlliES DEFEATED After n Fierce Battle Inside of Peking They Were For Cod to Retreat A LOSS OF NEATLY TWO THODSANI The Chinese Occupy Fortified Positions From Which They Arc Bombard fan the Allies Murderously London Advlen Hnr That the Alllea Have lUmimed AagreciUc Op rrailouu awl Have Taken tbu- DUlrlft Went of Ieklnic IeSteele ItI burr that the Husslau govornmcnt lain received a dtlpatch assorting that after s flore battle Inutile Poking the alma retrmitod losing 1800 men INIhldilitpoUoabirttUf tits nltfo In a inunlerutia Jimiilhr JTIdall ASK LThe alltM rc Bjuii aggmetvc operations lave Jokhqr1hthmy hi Cabled from Slimigliul and fioin the Mint IM cornea the fur lRnrhIH Fa r4aUplr the arrant of irintt faun niiIl the dlMnnnmcnl of tu l likf in order to give him on op urur negotiating IVthopo T a J iiilenre IUM uen received here r4the tHiuinjrliul corrMpomlnit of Id ind iM gating to show thnt i M ViiHf IIu uus till rail author of r r n forifn uiifbrefik themI t dnNiiti priNv TMBU sail the byLimwane h ftHHi asidei and awHittnl dot I ml N tliItJI lug nftr tm- t1IIIIIIilui ChiHra adrleea th v rat nun nt recottwl two dla l f rN iKfiuli pretuiiHibly bring ltd nhiooa Nit ti the itioet recent data llnrr ire mdratlctng thAt the prln 1II IHft i in the lilies nf conununl ration are rnutinturel hetwwwi non uxrletaulclobyiMtim of linxur arc opertttlng on tho lm i coiitmunlcntlon of the Peking Jnalip force Jets a h iHturferenee with tho wutk of ttiif algHal corjm man tram ex jnrii iicd 117Ik United Statu foraos in ti10 l WHpp1iiB and by Hard IJgb erIN Iroedia In tho Trnnovnnl oem paitrii UttHtttly tho intcrnipllons arr rry short U c inoraiMlvrs being ant n off aril the linN restored with 11111 lay or two Tin fart that more that n wpk was covered by tho last mi rruptloB gives rise to the lullef ltrr that lhtwe attacks upon the linoH of ivinmMidwttlon by Hoxors are more forinlUblt tlMii was supposed to bo pokiile ftr the hoary Intwos Infllet ctiupnI them by tho international foram In their advance Tin U Mirtincnt of state mnkon pub lu i hr following dlnpfcteh from Min ister toagr reeeivml Monday morn her l URI Tnku Augunt 17 Secretary of state Washington No Important nun mcaU since last dlnmtch Mill t irv iis trjr njf to rostorc No report at he ClilliiMe govvrninttnt enooun tend yet Sorornl mlnUtor of Tsung Li Vumwi rapartnl in the city and are expatd to appear soon Jon crams doddo not to enter Imperial palmle tixtvlng It irnottoally nonnt Two thoniand Qermann arrive today- CONGII OUR CHINESE POLICY An Inlcrnnllonnl Adinlnlntriillon of the CiiKlomn Service Will Likely He Adroented c Wellington Aug SSIt is said in ulniinfalrntloii circles that In tim- ecleat of tho Inability of the powers to three upon n Chinese policy that will l irmvrvtf the Integrity of the em pire the plan most likely to be adopt cI will prnvjdt for Intornatlnjial ad miin rationi of the custom service I tiilT tills plat representatives of tho MvTal alllwl powers having forces on lhin w soil will bo stationed at mill me i uotoniH ports of China to mipur VIM or fidintnbtor tho service oust wai i h the revenues with a view to In ring the collection of the tnor mo 4 indumntty that will be hull Aidiiiilly domanded boaoh of the gov urunt nla- It i understood that this or some joint supervisory Hellenic of a similar vliariiftrr will ho tutored by this gov ernni tit mid while other govern menu nay make other proposals for H future polioof n different nature then Is no Information In the pos Mvion of this government to Indl iai inharmonious notion on such a MHurvlrary plan llelieU Still lloldliiK Out Kingston Jamaica Aug S7 Mall n lvi rs received from Colon Colom bun report lighting near Curthagcnn where tho robols have been holding out in tho nopo of gaining Home volco Jn time government from the now con scnativo purly- tmcrienn limit Club Won Paris Atig 27The Vesper Hoot data of Philadelphia won the senior eight oJiiimTHonshlp the only event in u International rogattn held un tier the auspices rl tho Paris expos tlon in which Am idea competed 0- r GEN OLIVIERS CAPTURED riii hoer Commandant and Three of Ills irons Were Made Irlou- em of Wan London Aug 29The war omen zlispatukfromThe Hoers have been beaten back by llnico Hamilton ut Mlnburg Gen capturedTho dispatch from Belfast under date of Monday announcing tile capture of Gen Oil vier shows that three of Olivier sons were also captured in the attack which the Ilocrs mode from three Idea on Winburg Lord Roberto adds that Gen Olivier was the moving spirit among the noon in the south east portion of the Orange colony during the war Time following dispatch was sent Monday by Lord Ilobcrts Belfast Sunday Aug 20 En gngedI the enemy tho greater part of the tiny over n perimeter of nearly 30 miles Littletons division nod two brigades of cavalry mill under Holier operated southwest of Dalmanutha French with two brigades of cavalry moved northwest of Belfast driving time enemy to LokenvlyI on the Del fist Lyndenburg road As soon as French reached Lokenvly PolcCnrcw supportTheopposed Itullern and PolcCarews ad Vance He brought throe long toms mill many other guns and pompoN quickfiring guns Into action The firing until dark was hot and per nlHtont Duller hopon isle cttmmltleH will not exceed 10 loltCftrtw has not ot reported Tho Doora are monk lug a determined intend Thisy have n largo number of guns tho country in flifltmilt mood well suited for their too tlw And IU ICM favorable to cavalry Hum any we have hitherto worked over London Aug S3 During Gun Dul lers recent attack according to lime Dully Mauls vorrmpnntleni at Lou taan Marqtips Use liners lost heavy ily Half tho gunners of thi Dothel roiHimuidn wore klllod BB wens as its rommander ComiuHndant Von Dal wit romln of Hrrr Km pp A eoNiieil of war of the Dorm at MaeltMlodorf says th carreBpaml rut derided against the advice of CammandHiit ten DoUio to return to tM oriffinul plan of rotlrlng on Ly 1lnaliarr Pormer Praetdent Bteyn sad Com matiilnnt Delnrny are reported to have lhiss an Interview with Mr Km gem lest Sttturday at Wntervalondor TORNADO IN MISSOURI Two Irc im Merlounly Injured nnd a Xnmlier of llullillnun Dana aged tit Hrilalln fcedrtlln Mo Aug 2SA torrlflo wind and rain storm approaching tho vlolenee of n cyclone swept over a portion of Sedalla wrecking a mini our of huslne housin unroofing n snore or more of residence and de stroying hundreds of trees Two per sons ever seriously Injured by full ing biilldlngH The buildings partially destroyed Bro lllocker building owned by N W Leonard of Lafayette Mo second story demolMied Woods Opera houHO part of runt carried off and west well damaged A P Mon building roar and oast walls wreck ed 11Milprtcht grocery building par tially wreaked hullor Sons and Dnughtern of Charity completely de stroyed listen grocery store front blown out Hnyc building partially unroofed and walls damaged Charles B JeHwlcklI blaoksmith shop front torn down grand stand In front of race truck at Liberty park totally destroyed THEIR LONG VOYAGE Mrll Judge Tnft and Her family Ueporleil to lime Arrived Safe In Muulln Manila Aug 2The fntnlllos of Loininltxionun Taft and Wright huvo arrived here The ollhialI reports show the pant fornlghts scouting to have hall Insignificant results Typhoid fever is delaying shipping The United States transport all torah which sailed trout Snn Fran olseo July 17 vln Honolulu JulyI 27 for Manila IH now a week overdue The United Slates Philippine com niUslnit In order to explain the now eondltfoiiM their power and their at titude towards the Filipinos result lug from their assumption of legisla lion are puhlfBhlng n portion of President MeKlnlt iI Instruetlons to themselves Washington Aug 28The trans port California reported from Ma nllu to bo a week overdue carried S SOO trams of iuartsrmastorH nnd com missary stores Corlictt WnntH to Moot Kltsnliiiniuni low York Aug 23 mMimeH 1 Cor butt who is to battle with Kid Mc Coy before the Twentieth Center club on August 30 announced that 1 is willing to meet Dab Fitzslmniom Friday August 31 win or lose his match with McCoy Grit Wood Ienven Sniillnen Santiago de Cuba Aug 28Coy Jon Wood nailed for Mniiiianlllo leaving buhlnd him n splendid impres slat and general satisfaction Cuban good will was especially aroused by the raising of the Cuban ling over the palace IlrcoiintiPiiilntlotiR Approved Washington Aug US Secretary Hoot approved Mie recommendations of ho englnt OJD relative to the repairing of the Penn y1 unia railroad bridge across the Allegheny river at Pittsbunrh i G A R ENCAMPMENT Veterans and Visitors From All Parts oi tho United States hanks or the heroes Orndnnllr fe crtmmlnu nn Shown In theYYar- alParadeOld Frlrnil hlp of the War Ileaered Chicago Aug 2SThe 34th annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic which was formal opened Sunday night by the taonste- meeting in the Coliseum Is in full blast and In all respects It promises to be the greatest anti most success ful encampment the army has ever held Train after train loaded down with veterans and their friends rolled Into the various depots in the city and it is estimated by railroad ofil clals that fully 45000 old soldiers have arrived and thut 300000 other excursionists have como with them It is expected that there will be 50000 additional arrivals within the next ten hours The veterans have cOllie front nil parts of time republic and every northern state has sent a strong contingent The New York delegation is one of the largest the Umpire State has ever sent to an an usual encampment New Jersey Penn sylvania and the New England states tire nil represented by large numbers of old soldiers Iowa Ohio Indiana nail Wisconsin lave sent larger nom horN than to any cnijfmpment of ro cent yonrs The first day of the encampment WJIB devoted to the heroes of time river nail sea of the civil war They are n small band now Of the 13fi000 men enlisted in the navy in the early days of the war lose thou 1000 marched here and it Istigreod by tho old sail omt that their number was greater In the march than IV will ever be in any parade to como Hut one battle flog was carried by the naval veterans It was one that fluttered from time monitor Winne lingo when Ptarrngut sailed Into Mo bile bay to grin his crowning victory It was borne by Seaman K D Wood ruff of Koekford III nod beside hIm marched oxlloatswains Mate J It Lynn of Chicago who made tho fla while serving on board tho Wlnno bag Time late nfternon feature of the days celebration was the naval pa rate on the lake The revenue out- turn Morrlll and Fcxscnden towiui u string of barges filled with detach ments from the Illinois naval reserve anti rally decorated with hags and streamers and the excursion boats loaded with slghtoecrs made an im posing appearance nil they slowly xtouwed out of tho harbor nnd hend ed toward Tfneoln park arrived off Lincoln park about 430 p in pod then in sight of tens of thousands of spectators gathered along the sea wall of the park with the revenue cutters with their blue jacketed crews working the rapidAre guns of the two VORSOH went through sonic beautiful maneuvering in time sham fight for supremacy Time evo lutions exemplifying the workings of two fighting ships in battle lasted for n half hour and at their eonolu lion tho fleet slowly steamed back to the harbor Time end of the naval light off Lin coIn park closed tho official pro gramme of the encampment of the day but all over the city in vnrloun halls and in nil the hotels there were reunions of rcgimonts almost without number gatherings of comrades who had not mot since the days of time war and fraternal gatherings of all sorts and descriptions One of the leading affairs of time night was the banquet of the Iron brigade which was held nt the club house of time Athletic club at 030 A meeting of time National Associa tion of exPrisoners of War was lucid in the Coliseum which drew a large crowd an attractive programme Lo lag rendered BRYAN DECLINES On Aeeiiunt of Irmldeni JleK Inleyn- Aliivnc lie Will Not Attend G A 14 Ijnenniitnienl Chicago Aug 28WIII J Bryan has followed the example of Presi dent McKinley and declined to be a visitor at time national encampment He sent a message to Executive Di mortar Win 11 Harper tho head of the local committee in charge of the local end of the encampment saying that because of time absence of Presi t dent MoKlnloy from the encampment he considered it udvlsable to remain away Mr Bryamms tcIogram to Mr Har per Is as follows Slues President McKinley Is de tained by public business I believe that the proprieties of time occasion demand that I also decline and thus relieve the reunion of any appearance of partisanship Time local committee through Mr Harper expressed its regrets at the Inability of Mr Bryan to be present I at the encampment I Fell to the Flour nnd Died Chicago log 9lrel S Dunbar formerly n prominent UHlnoKs nun of Cincinnati walked into tho office of the Salvation Arrays hotel in Clark street full to the floor nUll died la agony In time mans pockets wits fouqd n bottle supposed to contain morphine The Census ot Iliiltliuorc Washington dug 28The census l of Baltimore as just bulletined by the census bureau Is 203057 against 434490 in 190 This Is an increase of 74518 or 171S per cent I GUNSIAn 1ti inch Torpedo Weapon Will Throw a Shell Fifteen Mile Gun cotton for Charges South Bethlehem Pa Aug 2010- thl caIVarmy Deicers the new 18Inch Gatha mime torpedo gun the largest eve built In thin country was tested a the Bethlehem steel works to de termine tile velocity of the shot and the strength of the gun and proved n gratifying success The govern inept made on appropriation of 035 demandedy torperInchthe second Solid shot weighing a ton here used After two preliminary shots the third was fired with a charge of 300 pounds of powder and showed a pres sure of 19015 pounds and 1806 feet velocity while the fourth shot with the same charge recorded a pressure of 10350 pounds and a velocity of 1XH fret The remaining six shots daysThe coast dc itwilteholgeaIheM tons Gen Miles utter time test said he was satisfied with the result WALCOTT REFUSED TO FIGHT HU Shore of the Money Will IJc Mounted to Some Charitable In tllrol n New York Aug lSThe fight be tweti Tommy Went and loo Wnlcott jvhkh was the main attraction nt the lICIIHonScllHtel culwr manner The bout had gone it rounds very much In Wnlcotts verybadlyn tery weakened condition When time hell rang for the 12th round to tlw surprise of everybody Vnlcott refiiwd to go on claiming that he luri injured his left arm IHereo Charley White suspecting crookedness Insisted on Wnlcott con tinning but time Negro refused to re alternativeglift Manager Kennedy on behalf of the club announced that Walcotts share of the money would not be given to somegPNEUMATIC TUBE SERVICE Tritt Will lie Cnndnoted In Several Large Cltle of the United States Soon JtlpltUl tdn Aug6The f11t11tGt wJich the pncumatld tuins service in vestigation ordered by congress will be Conducted have boon selected by tilt post oftlee dcpartmcit New Yorky Brooklyn Boston Philadel phia New Orleans San Francisco Denver St Louis Chlopgd and Cincinnati It Is thought the Investigation will be confined to those cities though it may be found necessary later to add several others The investigation will begin as soon as possible and will be conducted in- e3ehiccenlity by the respective post matter and division superintendent ol the railway mall service Their reports awl recommendations will be considered Inter by u general commit tee of postal experts who will visit CDOI city in turn I NUN COMMITS SUICIDES i Jmnpeil on nn Ocean Steamer Mldocrnii Ilernimv Slip Felt Ilii Slit AViin OlnKrnced jNow York Aug sSOn the French he steamer LAquitalne which nr out from Havre Margaret Mlnne 1 linn former nun committed suicide on4ugtistfhen ft boat was lowered amid the oiuau was picked up but too late A Iteman Catholic priest among the I atMengcrs performed n burial service ver thc remains assisted bj n UUIUI Icr of other priests and nuns who v ere on board tho steamer and the I sly was commit tetl to the son During time voyage Miss Minnohnn 1 ad uonilded to some of her fellow ft3Ungars that sire hind been n nun but liar love for n young intuit caused 1 er to leave the convent and she felt mliii e had disgraced her family She lilt she was on thus way to her broth i r n priest who IIs located in Penn ylvnnlu I AleuiiltMl Murder and Suicide I New York Aug 281I H SirlctIron n lumber merchant of Haiti mro was probably slot fatally lithe Hotell Vendome Monday by H J arch who registered from Boston and then committed suicide by blow ing out his brnttiH Stridlron regls creel nt the hotel on Friday night Ford unit been III the hotel for sew ral days but did not register uutllI trldlrbn arrived IVoiiloM 1iirt Intlnrm Steveimon Chicago Aup 23At a meeting of tho peoples party national committee tho declination lit Charles A Towno ns the vice president lal nominee of the party was accepted nnd the noose of Adlai K Stevenson was put in his place llelleved to lie tin IMiiKUO Olnggow Scotland Aug lSThroe- lpurnons father mother and child jyhifrjjnyo been oortllled to Do sutlor hlffijTrern1 jubqnlo plagui have bqon ijlutil iiuflur the wire of time medical aim Eiotltie here o rIFttlthFtirtF idr ri frt+ ffr htfi lEEkt rtiffr IM t ftISTATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I I11 i1fi HJ tiIM9 33iAil 933Mt1333 1f A t rWEAVERS DEFENSE i tIle Uenle the TrUpUI ir of time PreseoutlonsWltaeaietnd Ito fem tollls FJrat Statements Georgetown A125Thetrial of George Weaver was continued in county court and after recalling several who testified with the de feuse Weaver was put on the stand and he said he installed the officers of the lodge of Woodmen of the Viorld nt Gruyson Springy on Janus ary 23 not January 30 as stated by several witnesses and a copy of two repots of membership of the Gray son lodge Sept by Woijvcr to the grand lodge were introduced and the witness stated that he had reed y ed time copies from Louisville and that he had them in n trunk there The papers showed that tho offi corn with one exception were in stalled on January 23 He sold he went to Frankfort on January 20 boardinghouseuntil after breakfast the next morn- Ing He sold he went tp Frankfort recently at the Instance of Common I wealths Attorney Franklin to see If I he could not identify the places 301Hey groundsJnnuoryn mom withdrawing o rifle from n window of Powers once Cnpt John Divis testified that Wen ver had received n package at the jail and about 1C minutes later called him In to Identify the papers lie said the copies of reports introduced in evi dence were the papers Weaver had receivedGeorge Smith of llarbourvllle ten tified that Weaver had told him what he knew hind drawn a plot of the grounds mid indicated from which building tho shot came On the stand in the Powers case Weaver said he did not know how ninny buildings there were on the grounds Prank Maker special bailiff who brought Weaver from Knox county t bfd Weaver was unwilling to come anti testify in the Powers case An examination of n totter intro duced in evidence which Weaver says ho wrote in Louisville on the after noon of January 30 shows that Weaver rondo use of this expression I nm going from here to Cnneyvillc and Milward this county Doth points arc in Grayson county Under the agreement when all the witncHscs for the defense had been llltllcdfadjourned until September 3 CHINN OFFERS TO SETTLE- lie Hefuneii llotrcrrr to Pay the ISO Ior Cent 1ennlty on About Six Tlinuinnd Dollar Frankfort Ky Aug 20 County Clerk Claude Chinn of Lexington was here in company with Agent Sprinkle of the Maryland Realty De posit Co Chinos surety nnd had a long conference with Attorney Brcck Inridge Chinn and his bondsmen of lured to tummy all of the shortage with the exception of 800 due on back taxes for the year 180 He offered to pay about 10000 but would not agree to pay time 20 per cent penalty on 0000 of that amount The penalty amounts to 1200 and a suit for it was lied in the Franklin circuit court just before Sprinkle and Chinn arrives here Attorney General Ilrcckinridge re fused to accept such n settlement and insists on the payment of the penalty Landlord Costly lirror Lancaster Ky Aug 25Two months ugo Dr Haler and K H III stir two neatly dressed traveling men from Chicago were guests nt the Gar rani hotel this city When they were ready to leave a dispute mimosa with the proprietor F II Fisslnger as to time amount due and they paid what In their opinion was tight Fisslnger hud them arrested and they were acquitted They Immediately tiled suit against Flnslnger for 5000 each In the circuit court they were each given judgment for the amount above against Flssinger nnted fly Ilecklinm Frankfort Ky Aug 2600 Heck hum named the following persons on time advisory board of time agricultural bureau M G Leaehman of Washington county Abram lienlck of Clark county John W Clardy of Christian county and M A Scovlll ttf the Lexington State college Tug AVIInon In Jail Paducnh Ky Aug 26V C Wll lon butter known as Tug Wilson is in jail hero on the clucgc of giving a worthless cheek to his boarding I rouse He claims to be working for n Cincinnati Insurance company anti t claims Memphis as his home After tic JudKonlilp Cnney Ky Aug lGHon Sanford Davis of West Liberty is n candidate for the democratic nomination forJJ county judge Mr Davis is a brother I of Judge Amos Davis who was dfc j tented for the democratic nomina tion for uongrellsII Death of X S ItonrU- Hondorson Ky Aug GN S Roark for many years aonnooted 1Ui the revenue service in this sea ttonnnd prominent in republican cir I slex died here after n lingering illness KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The Extra Session It I Uencrnll Bellevrd Will rt Not More Than Thlrtr Day s Frankfort Ky Aug S1Qulte a legislaturedisetislng the proposed changes lit the Goebcl election law The mqft sage which Gov Dcckham will send preparlclItgo detail ns to what change are needed In the law While great pressure has been brought to bear on the execu tive to amend the call so OH to em brace other subjects for consideration by the legislature It is seminuthori tatlvely stated that the call will re main nn Issued by Gov Ileckham ten clays ago It Is generally believed tnt the session will not last over 38 days Senator Barrett of Louisville Is rellUb1I11nnnight Lenders of holduonferesuesorats say they will and will vote for repeal of the Goolw law as long as there is a chance forisuch n result and after that they have no wellsettled plans Neither ore favorably inclined toward the paunge of n duplicate of the Ohio lute whieh some of the democrats have declared for The democrats r will not caucus till some time during the second week of the session DECOYED TO HER DEATH A AVonmn Killed With Claim IJy a Wronged Wife Aided hp Q Her Dnuuliter Somerset Ky Aug 27 1 shocU Ing tragedy occurred lust Tlyjniclay morning near Flat Itoelt in time southern part of Pulaski ootinty inka sparsely settled region W miles from Somerset Mrs Sercpta Sellers was decoyed from her home waylaid heater with a club and shot and NuncyIhlUlcKing Mrs Hunleys htftband had been in the habit of sending his young son with messages to meet him clandestinely and In this moan ner the woman was decoyed to her death by the women No arrests have been made up to this hour Deputy Sheriff little has been to the scene of the tragedy but no trace of the parties could be found Since then Sheriff Langdon received telegrnnv tromA r Sette r brothea1Juatsth4 Womenuwhnrdidaml1la ip killing have been located and time sheriff and Deputy Marshal Colcmau will go prepared to capture them Powers Taken to Ionlnvllle Georgetown Ky Aug 25Caleb Powers who was refused a new trial by Judge Cant rill was taken to Louisville where ho will be kept in jail for two weeks the time given his attorneys to file a bill of excep tions It is alleged the judge discov ered n plot to rescue lover from the Georgetown jail The court orig molly ordered him sent to Frankfort jail but nt the prlsoneru attorneys request he was taken to Louisville Powers counsel left here Friday morning for Louisville much dissat isfied with the ruling of the court There was some Iindignation over Powers being in irons when taken iiway Thursday night He made no resistance nor complaint when the officers chained his wrists together ComilrolntCd1xlie M Lancaster Ky Aug 25At time March term of the Garrard circuit court 12 indictments were returned against the L R N Railroad Co for failure to block the frogs on their tracks ns required by law Commonwealths Attorney J S Owsley has just compromised 11 cases by said company paying 1100 one case he ing dismissed The company placed these blocks therein butt they were stolen it is alleged Gov Hrndlrfa 1nrdonn Frankfort Ky Aug 2hPrivate Secretary lll Leigh and Stenographer Edgar Deyerle have completed a careful examination of the executive jour nut during Joy Hrndleys fouryoar term and find that 216 pardons were Issued to men convicted of murder or manslaughter by Gov llridley nnd Aetingliov Worthington as was stat ed by Col Campbell In addition to this thirteen noon convicted of murder or manslaughter had their sen tences commuted Porter Confesses to Ilol t ry Frankfort Ky Aug 26 Officers arrived here with Theodore Lee tho portcr who robbed thus Clover Loaf pay ear here last Friday He stoutly dented his guilt at first but after n severe sweating process made a full confession to tho officer Three hun dred dollars ot the money was found on his person HnptlHt MtftxIoiiM lii Culm Frankfort Ky Aug IOfhe for sign mission board of tho national nil ItI t convention a Louisville cor poration has meet articles In time of ilce of tho secretory of state hon It proposes to foster Baptist iiilHfitona in Cuba Porto Ilco nnd in tho Philip pine islands 1tttnl Drink Owlngsville Ky Aug 27Philip the flyevi1d son of C P Mann u harbor drunk the contents jf n bottle of carbolic acid and died 15 minutes later ll 1 y- E 1Il thE HICKMAN URfERr Jcorgo Warren = r HIOKMAN KY ifelDAY AUG 31 1000 HAVE we any further business iu Chi nn If so what is i- ttttt tar WHEN it comes to the sliding up of China the powers are apt to hack torch other tttttruE negro editors National convention voted down n resolution to endorse llIinloy ttttTEDDY RQOSKVEUT cnn hardly sayo tho country by wearing n slonoh lint ing and exploding n luug nt frequent inter thud vials tttt at TUG Peoples party Nnt Comfnitteo by voted to substitute Adlai Stevensons name since Towne declined for VIco ly President tttt TIIE Arkansas State election will como oft next Monday Joff Davis will be elected Governor as the Democratic od ticket has no serious opposition ttttAxoTlinn war olond hovers over En rope It is considered likely that tho next conflict will bo between England and Franco War rumors are rifo on tills score ttttTHE great trouble in Porto Rico is said to have been official corruption Why not send some of our Cuban artists over to teach tho simple Porto Rioans how to bo good and virtuoustttt tho IT looks as if poor John Dull would MinaThegrand larceny while John is oxtcnniu ating republics in South Atrion ttttOUAS A TOW E who recently with drew from tho Populist National ticket try mode n speech Monday at Duluth to a largo audience He replied to Governor Roosevelts recent speech on imperialism ty l tttt I r motionrI ers and ordered him removed to Louis ber Vile fearing that his political friends f would attempt to rescue hint at George town The question of appeal will como up Sept 8 0000- r- j l pMWtVInninc IifiWJJJlnDi8iwai arrested In Omaha Saturday on information to tho police that the man had vowed that he would kill William Jennings Bryan In the afternoon the man was released no verification of tho information hav ing been obtainabletttt TilE Louisville CourierJournal pub lashes a page account of how the Into M Republican State administration mis appropriated over 130000 It is merely to tho rehashing of an old story South ern Republicanism and the looseness in money matters have a familiar ring when uttered in the same breathe in tttt I Tile Populist National Committee Monday named Adlai E Stevenson as ia the VicePresidential candidate oP tho Peoples party to till the vacancy causesI by tho withdrawal of Chas A Towno Stevenson was nominated by acclama tion A committee was appointed to draft an address to tho Peoples partv Weaver led tho fight for Stevenson tttt TIlE Democratic Congressional Com mittee has issued n statement showing that a great many of the most influential newspapers of the nation whiuh supported MoKinley In 11590 are now advocating the election of Bran and Stevenson Expressions front lending German newspapers are quoted show lug that the German press is practically unanimous in the opinion that Bryan will receive a big majority of the Ger nine vote in tho next election ttttTIlE list of won of influence and pow er who are joining tho Bryan ranks is growing formidable In it are found the unities of Itourko Cochran Gar Sohnrz oxSecretary Gee S iioutwcll Moorfield Storoy private Secretary to Charles Sumner Edward M Shopard one of the ablest of Now Yorks law yers and John B Henderson an old Republican Senator All those wore found on tho McKinley side in and did invaluable service with word and pen ttttTilE exhibition given by n mob m Akron Ohio last week should stand11lIS warning monument for all time to 10A Two innocent persons killed twenty one persons injured and the city build ings together with tho public destroyed was tho record of that outbreak 1 That the mob accomplished nbthliiK of the remotest benefit to the 4 community ROes without saying No mob over did oven whoa It put to death tho object of its wrath The Akron snob did not oven have this sorry satis k faction t fi t a ff- f LOCAL NETS ateBondsy Is Labor Dny Jt cud to bo plentiful In Itt1l0Dont forget the apwiklBf twaf court house Monday Tho Oity Council will inset in rrgu out session next Monday night An airship will ho among the Httnw the tions tit tho St Louis HXIMMIUOII this fall KB Poropwighs olrous U billed to ex tidbit at Union City on Sfttanlay SC1II pith from am pnwiivct toIf you move on beteanothur bin your vote 1II All the churches in oiwof ChleMgos suburb Iiuvo banished time huts for la of dies during service The Northern States are inonojKilli the negro taco riot JCtw York Ohio llllnofa loving in Itne The Wwt Boyd cold aiaroge howe ty IHiiton a nice brick wne destroyed 1 fire Wednesday morning The powers to China After we ML have taken everything we an Iiwrfect willing to give yon what Is left Some estimnto that Uio corn crop in this county 1msI been cut abort at lMast onolmlf by the long wmUnued ilmut h This Leland Hotel Fulton was ckw by Sheriff StnbbleHehl for debt taut week but aftnrwnnl opened toy agree mont oil Rev Sam Jones Uw noted evangelist of the South will begin a meeting at in Mayfleld on Sop 97th and continue a week or ten dK8fiJust bocnuw a than who attends a droTO of sheep is a vheplttfitl H limn who attends a lot of cows hint necewwrily ah cowurllCtMr Lee Hlmore and Mr Krvo Johnson in formerly newspaper area are to start n dully isaper at Maytfokl to be of called tho 1 ngctJThe Ladles of Uie Ki isooiial church will sorve crown and cake in the Ilawn at Rectory Thursday ulttg Sept OUi TIll last of thi tseason Wants For Sale For Rent Lost Found To Loan etc Inewted in the Courier rate one cent a wwd each inwr thou Personal montion free No man Is so over Iin Jew country that he may not aspire to UM creiitMt iuoecsB III lIfo if he has breiaa awl imlu and puts them to good OK There are 727601 chlklnw in Ken lucky between the afei of aix and taros It will take 81S3120S Vo Itay UM public school teachers of Kentucky Uihi year Mayfield is making extensive prep arations tor the 10 days meetings that Sam Jones will hold there in Septem Tho exact date has not yet been to fixed Attention ia called to the Iuldle Sale advertised in Uile iwue on Sept 7th at tho home of the late W L Alex ander sr near Jordan IIonMB taste- Scattle M 1 k Xlj9fMDcnioaratf0 State GSHmpntKa I Committee has recommended that a IK oinot organization be effected in every county in the State und that prepant Lions bo made without dully for a vigor ous and aggret iive campaign lire soothing and healing properties ofr OhamberluinH Cough Remedy ite pleasant taste la prompt and poriHHB Mt cures have made it u great favorite withIethe people everywhere For rule hy Uowgnt Rickman and A Shaw Statd Llno DrutfnWs Ohicttgo girls will lhe among the MastL adopt tfo now styli of hudiwy decreed I for women by Dame Fnsbeuthe fern Inlno sock Sunplos of the abbreviatedI stocking it is said are being displayed Chicago stores already although Uw stock is not yot on the market in Umt city The need of a ground oaking rain badly felt epccfelly by our farmum whose corn and KIM are suffering for nourishment and whom atubbta kind to about aa hard as a rock and yet the plows iiiiwi be run now or never The rains tho jput few days have been tau tiul The Jourior regrets to know that Mr Dave Alexander of Jordan one of tho cleverest mont popular nod nut honorable young mon who ever grew upI in Fulton county has arranged to 10 his old homo and locate near Paragoulcl Ark We wish him abundant for ho well desorveri iit Beginning tomorrow Sept 1 there will ho local mail accommodations at night between Nashville and on tho Nosh Chat St Louis Railroad The mails will be handled at night Uie sauna la in day time The day tlilacarry a larger and moro ounipluta oar and tho service will be hotter over before Machine Repairing Mr John Elllug can bo found at Goo BUCKS tnachinoahop to repair anything in the machine lino A young man in a neighboring town who wished to go out in the world ceived too following curtKkvtte bourer has been in my employ and II have found him induiitrioni trnUiful intelligent and solar I have observed also that his survioos about tho hous wore satisfactory to my wife and any one who can got along with her in n poach 10DumocmtH should look to the den ger of losing their votos by niovlue from ono precinct to another The omution will IMJ hold on November Oth and U i necessary to have resided in this pntoinot sixty days preceding tho election bafort i pno Is entitled to voto Friday HopU 7 therefore tho very last dny of change of rcwidenco HUN that dat from one voting pieclnct to another will destroy ones right to voto beIsand judging from the upnomtrauco ot tl prize list u copy of whloh we have just received tlio show will bo a credit thin sUite of Kentucky Tho Altf lion hangs up 10000 which will be nwnrdUilotn lIixtyfivo11tff ront classes homes Kentucky has neyor had n indoor hone show und tho upfor J v A Book on the LeveQs t Mr Prank H Thomphins Spflgjit l lirwentntiv of the InUrstnto Mt IIP luipromnwit anti Lovoo im1ire tiou IB in Mwnphi nrmuging f n- geuernl P I canvaue for faints tovrh uQ k circulate in eomineroial elrelas lliruuf4 the United States it ImmUoiu W comprehensive puhliontion rtliiiujrii tb subject of the Mississippi rhUrJln riMinau lauds s AN IMMKNSR AURA OOMWeiaMOi T1 The amen of time vntnrshod of thaJMlj I ateinpiI river extends from Nov MJjrk I the wist to Idaho and British Og slit I I on the northwest It coutninfLffti ql i er cent of the entire area of UIII United States and a groutor porYMIIt I the population and wealth AUTUiill I riven creeks and bayous in thiffctvfa t region gnUipr their wnturs nail s11 them down through tho grunt Mjptjyil Ippl nUll ngniiiit thosu great wnUfr peo le have hud to defend tthoir I N1Jtr I 11111 hints I What do yon think of tho tutujrs Of tilt valley Mr TomnklusJ 41 With tttO 000001 oxtMindwl in uwippi valley on levixts wlfhnl fit years will come anothur820OOOOOttfrQtn I cttpltiilbita who wish to artloipAbi fn the profltH mupwl by tho oxjuiulUnrO Then time railroads will spend gJQQiXUXXlf t twin in niw lungttndnl anil lutttUihil hires und branclHs Thou the ttUlnx of tens of thousands of immigmntg wtIlI I probably bring another 30000000 ToII this add the building of gins wiwmilk smiths factories wood work Mtnb t HshmeutH etc all of which will tiring ninny more millions of capital Wit wilt Uins see in tho valley u ixrlod Of n tho breadth wJojW and I I activity of wfch we can hnnlly rii Hio i41ofever known paling into IngtgHl i the fabtal creutious of Saigftaeg qn Um Kuphroteo And with tJelllarging streugUienliw nail itacQHNliQ these bullwnrkii they buaomi Mlio dikes of Holland an strong iifl tie evfrlostiug hills Then bolilud 11tlevers between whoso lines UowAU 1fIMLssLssippi river bearing on itz Ik iunionstrous ships of commurca from UI11 ttttennnst climes there will bean ajfj plNwl ruln minion or popalat1 a WU111 rnl1INA SAMPLE SlKKCIl i i II For the betof ome young nm now preMirin onmi iga tpewflMx Wf submit Ute following If thy Wit hold iMide the text UK Hem Ml fbcfjk Itair Istettiuee will IMI uwueilaWet- Fdlow citiwim he aid I rfwthi tend to keep you bag ClMon IIIhavr only a few wont to add Vo Utoae ptt have already been mid Kris U Rtr t nah1 tI I know you do notmre to IIbMI any further s It maldng uftar tin kMioeoee you have heard lion UIIi evening ituuiuituuus apttaIHI1 Lull are tined iUheeru and craw of t- 1goatI It is nuneereer fur mf 1IJfO back over the glorious history III tlhr- inrty Iintlitt Mu titlIuth a- rlvu Mttnteal 1Iwith li rejMHUkHi of Ute M iitnM t you Ihave hearer before flats ti d e Ute air handkerchief u yellI from all iwirUi of 11eredYItIIktlay fellow dUe re Ute which Wf ruepftrtbUJijt to our fathers fought fur before 11 Who among IM can ealmlr analyae tko a ttw wiUtout arriving with thecunvftloi Ntl are right and Umso who ajtpir 11- rare wrong When WaAhlngtim tIIP4Ml forth at Yorktown to rwm Rut no Matter ayii UM MrratW IV rtffti WM wnity when he wipetl kia bra eiu set down two hours amid twenty mil ifg hats ITim 1ILACK MAN 1j SEW YORK Under the above caption Uw C rut Chrifttian Advoestesin oWoial orgn of the Method l oJiHrch jwblbhedi St Louis Omaha Denvw nod KUHMUI ityi gave the following editoriall utterati In iu number of Awgwit 22 A riot in New York over the 1U iiie of a itottoeHMUi by a negro but alt MHOWII that Ute temiter of the A IIo Saxon toward the nee rote not very r all different in New York and Net 0 lean Per H Ume it looked aa If Saw York City were U have a race cur TheM thinm teach un not to IM U 4 iII l i i t iwill lie IKMM 110rt at Akron Onto where tbe t11IUa in charge 01 affairs maul wtw tti6 nn 11IeI1 Miimlioe who took revenge ujh W city ollleiato for aiririUng away u m whom they might to lynch lbcfJtuIf a horrible oritaelie lied uommitud 1dIMt a hlUe rid rUlugiIJOouOJf Aug Jijfh pmutni pJ domtoof cholera WIT the rliinlu r t iIJofqp0eltyl toofirlflioni iJI clurtllgi tho fmnliiH II llclppil Win llnlllnx nrQlltfromi Jiruteo Jute WonmU Surd t 11I toSUIT Joint Iluckloir Ariikin tI InrmitSkhil I l ttCute guaranteed Sold by nil llrugiiJ lieIIxua are two mottoee of Cuiii p Huntington worth kraping in mini IIni uot periidiabln and that is uu article in ftiiI or enil use is worth hnylng ami hiimrlg k1IUIi upem l ii uv1rwithoutl t SIJtNUI UISES1t takes Us Apiionnincol at nrll nllCII mid llrr iiirj t Kpliloinlc lIIf it isI not one thing It 1in another it MUSII Ile wumt tug for AvaiMTtlle line iiiiu been without an epidemicI ofJ 1to kind for a year or oNV new diaeau whtok ki Imflling time tlMkiiMk but not the nklll of KWIM illi ipviclana mye the News hat iiuulcI its apiMMnum in that Hty and ii- I fa- IVn ruifintf liiepWemte ION Our phy Hoard of HmitUiniiis cotlninlj our liiuild take time hmy Uw forelock Rudt tviiire to meet it ahould mi uttaok bo Iliadtf m the MMiiinuiiify An mine ot jre still ye k stud to bo worUi a p wind dII urr and that being true evwy mmm ln Ltd IIf brought to bear agaliwt 1- m1lIlllrk rim Newn ooiiUiinliigI miys clelnio te a akin dkoane iliad though very tnwiblosBim so fur there hoer IMWII no MirioMi rtwultn The rims 1Il101116InllllltiklrflU nut zeptetlawl quite n number have roiiinirtMl Uie dkenM The kin at UM Hint ntagM of the dk iac itI xHixw ooretml on nil his rte of timely with red iiKite or Memkltw WiUi in a tiny or two Ukrae red IIHMXH bceomo ihiliKmtil Mutwand laI UM oounw of a aa k blister and break open The WR- r rum three sore k ery ixtkonoud 1 teculiar I INUW of the Malady ia that illI HOW tIo sot Molt or burn In time li itit xMllt duriHf Uw imrtod ef heal me The doubts have kewt uimble to dI4igik a or glII t anal to Ute dteoaan V iI the trnalaiNil in the ewmi wo fur Isis IWII 1111 rWill Huj Mammoth Unrc- ln idenUilly minor baa It that the uiivillvaaxl NtMlivill Railroad lifts Its m the HMtminoth awpropwiylhen- ut It lIUIKWK m tilualybelag lit wiM JirovklBM mwdi toy nW I Jr Cfoglmn who owned tho prop Irt It Ik Mid the yntiHfMt of the liv rig hriru Le sixtyyears okl If Ute L vV N dws nurelwae Uw niwrty it h r- Iorl tl that the pnvmtit coot rantbling u den hotel carte uf which aw watt a ciitury till will tae rtplaeed by one of linnrt hotrU In Uw CMIMtry This k a inaKniflcfnt rite for a MtHMu r rexort Hie J nwent hotel klocated InI ii nit ultvaUott ataduel with haadreds- II 1 liwxh hickory dogwood loemit and sink trees and only about H half mile Tram preen hive In the event that the hostel k built it k Bald that air hurtle will conetrurUtl from the MIVK to the hotel keciing the trnijwratMre at about 11 drytrres CARUTUElIS I BBDDRRY AIDD COijlrE TlijnRYyi FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFECTIONERIES ETC iLLrfoa VntllHT Ilimuiu 1 lilcMrnat- Tti leidreas No OO- A A IAN A A PANU JK Alex A Fans 6 Son Whholselr mil littail Iulurlil in CO111 lIV000im SAND HICKMAN KY IHtsbiirg IKntmwlm River Illinois and mmtuaky Coals Mxogar t I I o 11o have addled lo our Inrgc stunk QN r PA IJSr pS n ooiiiplolo Iii u ul Heady tiJliacfZ I T 1elljtls- AL CGLORSq- Y JnumI guaranteed to ho of ilic i3enT GUQ i iTY I O1VlIlla CO1VG1LJ1- a 1fiJcyqGIStllfi vrberNIiop lIn tho now Laolodo Hotel whom can ho limit goal litirbow jiolito mid ready to serto you GoodI work oloun towels IHWU riiaora WD 1l try youJII II IVY yIV llrnnrll II Illnnley BENNETT REMLEY ATTORN ISYSATIiAW Ouurtsespeciallythe UUH till UonnottH olllco will romnln In Clinton mid Mr itohtloys In Illoknuin u U IFnrmels Free Column Under this hoadiiiK will honaf tor bo published notiauH nut to exceed 0 lines untili from fnrniHrri who are Hulvurib prodGood cow with yoniiKunlf for sale A H LHITT BflJuMIlk taw with lino young calf fur hoWlA1111 O I HOMH Casi Book Storer a Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONSoe- t Cull and KC our Stook Kvory tbing up to date MAUV BKitKNDi A Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old ouxtumcr Wu are hnro to stay Nobody will nplrtOlntoyour- 11Itronn0 or tnko more pleasure In try you than wo old ruliablu barbers K U OALUWUU WILL UOWrtlII II Ma11ti f1 OQkg Rgo The Best in the World I You Cannot tfnUt n rllNlHlio t la Buylag One of these Raages S One of list Strongest Points IB Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I HukcB IHHouitN lii 4 MInntcH Llpht Hrcittl in 40 Minute Buying n Mnjoatlo monna H lllotlmo of Koonomlcnl Oookhij Call stud Rxaonlm Thmi Yeull Buyno Oilier 2 aft 13aaVAac HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1MIAJlfMUIU Iufit TOM DILLON Sr Propr I Sa 1 II r sewi ddedI1 Marble and Granite Monuments OUR 2 I3J G STONE WORK of all Kind IRON FUNDING ct c Siolcmitn maywt TO THE PUBLIC I am oiigagml ill thin II iiti e of biiBiniwn at Union Oily Tfiin mil carry ul nil thaws i largo and woll ns yortwIl stock ul rood and Pure Whiskey as Well OH ull other goads in that line nnd respectfullyI solicit a ritlALOllDKIl W WEBSTER l0SPECIAL1 suit h1rolJolTr You Four Quartnof w von your old Ilyo Vhmkivr riawi Expnt i prupald I projxwo to slip on nmiroval In plain texts with no marks to Indmato rontoulK Whun you receive it and test it if it U not atlnfno tory return it at my uxpenno null 1 will rufund you 300 This in n mutest UlKral otTer and 1 await your onlnw W It WEUNTKIt It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Bslt ardor Caf6 Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a late revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please If you arc a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with its arm chairs and couch The Indies will delight In the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge anti inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals in this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or n spring chicken down to a sandwich take os rong as you pkiBo to eat it and you will only have to pay for what you order Tim Cotton llolt U the dlrwt 11M toTetan IU tralni run through from Cairo and Mnmplilt UiTexa without ehnnc Illrwt rnnuoctluni are madn at IU Jonftloni for all pEte of T XM Indian Territory Oklahoma anti the Nor Wet Write and toll ui WhereonreMine and when you williImvtand ws will tell you what train to takn to nuke tm l it time and conaeotloni and will tend you an luloreilliiK llttlo booklet 1 tan TOTU1L L ff Uttlllt Cwl rntr Ml Tit tt M A9III Trir ritidtU 3RTF R 1 iP 4 7y L s11 J v Railroad TimetableIf N7 St L R B LKAVKMt mlTr11 AlllllVKHi Train No M TUa m Trlu No 4 140 p m 7Local and Personal v A Sohool opened Monday Ciroult Court convenor Monday fcgyHuok tho Jowolor IB bank to stay CltruttI Tho moos alert waist anuo has Klruuk Hlukmun inthuI Congressman Whcolor spanks nt Maylleld Monday Mr P a Ward of Reolfoot Lako wug In the oily Tuesday Mr John Sanders of Union City was In Hiokmiin Sunday Mho NOna Parka goes to thu Indian Territory to teauh muola Tho MlHoH Brown of Columbus are gucslfl at tho Luulodu I CityisIt T Tylur was In Jackson Tonn this week on legal huafnotu N OlngtrIllMr J 11 Stuns or Fulton vMUl In Hlakman n few days lust week MniUtr Allan Frrtomoii of Fulton vUlted Rvubuii Mooro this wuvk Mr nail Mm B IF Shaw sleet KOV oral tJalIlu Hlakman county this wools i Mr 0 H Hal tier und wm Leo wturned from Davmm Springs Tuwduy- Dr Daridwu and Mr Roht Hrad Icy uro ut Davmw Spring fora few days Mm Ilia NutMliuum 0101110 Uirar duu IIs thu guest of Mm H U Hook man Miss Adullo Allen goes to Oxford IlLtmtuturntuteMss Noltlo llertweak returned horns Tuosiday from a rliit to frloiuU at Dox tor Mo Mm Lou HHrixir wilt wotmbly rHUWO bwrinurti IB IHtakHian sotnetlmeii in thu fates Mm John R Pnrtl ef MiltonI I vhlt- ed her jiarunlH Mr Hud MraO Hurt- wok uusday MnI Dr polar neo MUu Itottlo Wilaoni in vUltuig her uipthir Mrs Juo A Wltou- Romwnbor tho musloMl onUirtaln count at the College tonight All lovers of inUHia aro luvltod Ally Charlos Payne of Pulton wins in Hlakman Tuusdity preparing for Ciroult Court noxt week MisM Anise Kflngor will resumo Jigr l uiltton at KIIIffOHa noxt Monday affor enjoying a months Vacation Mwwrx Ham and Haydon Tanner of Union Oily worn the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Uougar this work dnuKhtorICutlo1uItKato will enter Holmont Cullogo 1All klud of llrcjh Fbih Oystors and Wild Fovb in soil ou for wile at Iho Illokinan Puoklng Co TeluhonoSO f Mss Maud Parks han gono to St Louiii and will tako observations 01 to fashions and stylus In the millinery trade Misty Lola Uright of Hlokmau daughter of Dr W JL Hright has bvu okxittil music teacher at Oblon Tarn Oblon Democrat Mime Llzzio Tarns unit Mr Chester Uoudurant of Hlok miin ntlended the funeral of little Frank Iktikham Sunday W M MoDowoIl tho orate none fnuturar pf Anthony Fhu will visit luck luau won to invustlgato timber interest plnntluJltroOom Ally Hurry Moorman has txen sick for some wooka is oil nt tho Spring fur his heallh and will probably not be able to tifliinil Plrnillt court nexti xvixikML t 1 will rcuiir your watch or clock at into ro gents unit shn o and guanin ankv my work liMit shut in usury ro HimOt or monuy refunded It W IlfCK lUimembor the barbecue and picnic SOlltitht1 Aid duty for tho bandit of till Catho lia Church of this city Miss Bertha Richards accompanied by her cousin Miss RobnrUi McCand lefw lolL for Caruthumvlllo Mo Woo mislay to attend a dance given by the Optimist Club of that city Cnpt Jamos Koger and family lulL Tuesday for tholr hums In Pudiicah Miss HunrietUi n recent graduate of tho Paducah High School will attend school at Washington City the next 12 months If a friend visits 111111 you go visiting if you give a party or if thorn is any item of personal or social news which you WOII d Itko to see in thu tvttur du not hesilato to reKrt it to Iho CouiilRK The ladles of tho IEpiscopal Church Will give our of their leo Creams tho Boorhurhwnoccasions havo proven most enjoyable und oflbrtH will bo main to mako this specially attractive Kvoryhody invited Our friends attending court next week or visiting Hfckinan at any time aro respectfully invited to mill ut tho now rVitirlnr iilllnn whorl they will 1m heartily welcomed but in all proper ro and good will wo also remind thorn that tho editor dons not argue polilics and neither does ho desiro at this stage of the campaign to ho Informed who is to bo tho next President Of course Homo of our friends know but they need not tall or if thoy insist on lolling they neednt shout it too loud or repeat it too often Tho Courier 13 not an motive 1101I itician to Circuit Court Next Monday Tho Fulton Circuit Court convenes I noxt Monday Thoro are Ul appcaranco cases CO con tinued eases and 20 Commonwealth cases The Commonwealth and common la oases uro sot for tho first week with thoI oxoeplion of Noonon will caso which iis sot for the 8th and tho Iicledo Hotel oases for tho 14th day The Phillips caso Is sot for Friday of tho first week hut hits been partly compromised The only two felony caste of any im portance are sot for tho 2nd day Stewards Meeting ThoStowards IhoMclhodUt Church lira riMjuuslcd to meet at tho Ohuroh noxt Thursday night at 8 oolouk mind paidbybalance duo on assessment fur tho support of the ministry J K lPUQUA Irest Death ot itS Williams Tho Courier in common with many friends in this county mad Oblon Co Tuna will learn with sorrow of tho death or Mr T S Williams Unolo Tom as ho was familiarly known in bis section whore ho rUlllrloc1 for inoro than 40 years of Ills lifo Vow moo were hotter known Ho died in Co lumbnx Tax at the homo of his son Mr H S Williams on Aug 16th in his Tlth year Ho located in Union County an truly ax 1860 nun wax prom inunlly known horoabouts for 40 your Ho was a confederate Holdiur and to Itta dmth was trao iu hU convictions toj tho prinoiploi of the Lost Cause nud was nlwayn nn ardent unoompromlfilng southern Dumoorut Ho was for many years an imrnost do votwl moniberof tho Methodist Church strong In time faith nail plain outspok uu in hU religious as well is nil other convictions To and for hit friends ho Jas bravo mad train Tho Courier nym I1IlaitNclvvt MusicSchool MlH Mabel Fronoh will upon a Select Music Sohool at tho rusidonco of Mr Thenxw Dillon sr near Hlokman Col lego Rommencing Sept 10th A sham of imtronago solloiUd Miss Kronoli inn bud the advantage of tho bust innHioal tralHiiiK In the bust schools of tho United Slates CIIKCKMATKS AV 11EU A Fathers Caution Hares Ills Iljugh tcr front n Man Already Wedded lION CITY Aug 20 Somo months ago MiiM Klslo Oho tclr of Rives while or liar way toSpringtlold Mo to IItttlnd school mot on the train a goodlooking young man of pleasing address who gave the nauio of Harry Dillon who af turwards visited her at Sprlngllold After she returned twin school Dillon followed her to River and obtained em ploymont us bookkeeper in tho spoke factory of K U Chester Miss Elsies father and secured board with tho fami- lyI The young peoples love increased for each other Dillon proposed nnd win accepted tho marriags to tako placo in September with Mr Cheaters consent Dillon appearing to Ira a perfect gentle man and worthy of his daughter Ho thought it boiler though tolnvcstigato Dillons character and did so learning to his surprise that ho had a wifo and fujyr children living in Kansas City Mo Then ho discharged the bookkeeper and ordered him trout his house That was soiiio two or three weeks ago Dillon loft tho town and Wednesday ho came to Union City and registered at the Pal flee Hotel tu U Dillon Omaha Yes terday Miss Elsie drove up hero to sec him returning homo last evening This morning who had her trunk carried to time depot at Rives and billed O O D to Cairo III after which she hud time liveryman to drivo her to Union City whero she mot Dillon Mr Chester learned of tho proceedings and hurried to Union City whore ho found his daughter and Dillon visiting ono of tho formers ac miainluncos Marshal Adams arrested llio gay Lothario and an ono of tho law yon interested in the case was compelled to leave tho sheriff in default of 1000 bond placed Dillon In jail to await tho examining trial Wednesday morning be fore Squirt R Polk Dillon admits that he has a wife and four children but claims that it was his Intention to so sure a divorce Time prisoner is u noun of good appearance about JJO years of ago while his intended victim is 10 pret ty and well educated her father being able to give her ovary advantage Plow Points Take your plow points to Quo BUCK ho will grind thorn 2 for Ufa Bills Io Bait Levee Time UOUHIUH haw been informed through interested parties that tho Com mkslonorH of the Hiukman and Tipton villa Lovco Company have advertised to lot tho contract for the construction of time lower part of tho loves from Slough landing so many miles the work to bo commenced the Unit days of October This looks liko business if it proves I true mud it appears to ho true Reports aro prevalent throughout tau South that game will bo very scarce this fall especially among birds and tur keys This is caused by tho long rainy spell about hatching limo It would bo a good idea for tho States and counties J of tho South if such u thing bo possible to prohibit hunting during tho present fall und winter otherwise serious con tuxiucncea may result in the destruction of one of the luxuries of our Southern cduntry vlzi partridge and wild tur keys I OPENING OF SCHOOL Largest Number Enrolled off Any Previous Opening IOn Monday morning promptly ut time ringing of the bell the pupils and teach wcra of Hlckrnan College together with a very Inrgo number of visitors and sev upperIrooms nt tho College to enter upon work of tho now year rime teachers were hopeful arid enthu siastic tho pupils full of energy and ready for tho encounter the visitors full of dicer and ready to help on tho work The devotional exercises wero con ducted by Dr J II Evans who in his usual style commented on tho lesson read Mrs Cox favored tho audience njth several artistic solos Time music teacher Miss Leone Fuqun mudded much to tho enjoyment of the oc cusiod by her soul inspiring music Mr D E Wilson tho county Supt delivered short but pointed address entertaining and instructive Taken all together the opening wall perhaps tho best in tho history of the school in number of pupils enrolled In number of visitors present and general enthusiasm Tho attendance in tho High School is especially gratifying being larger than over before Tho total number enrolled Is 278J A number of loading families have re cently moved to tho town for tho solo ptirjKwo of educating their children Tho school is on the upgrade and nil who fool nn inturwt In tho material growth and prosperity of tho city should lurid a helping hand A FU1KM OF TILE Sano- oLREMOVED H HUOHANAN has moved his stock of Dry Goods from tho ground floor to tho room up stairs over hU grocery house where he will continuo to sell goods ut cost and loss thau cost Entranao Stnrrs loUllmg by Dr Davidsons uAloe turu to tho loft y Turn from the Omaha VorldIIorald gives some idea of tho effect of trusts on items of daily use Trust iin matohoH 3 I toztpTrust I Trust in rope Trust fIn wire ItronHeTrust Trust in fleece Trust in Hour Trust in meal Trust in rolled outs Trust in steel Trust in clotting TniBtln shad OlfUStTii school hooks +t Trust iu booze Trust in leather Wherewith woro shod And tho people are left To trust In God ollloo l Keeps all Thixton Cos Best Brands of Wagon Diadem land IIiir flimsiness to Irony ot Time most notable of recent accessions to tho ranks of the National Association of Democratic Clubs of which W n Hearst la president is tho Commercial Travelers nUll Holelmeus AntiTrust leagueswhich now numbers 60 000 members and expects to enroll 800 000 voters for Bryan and Stovuuson bo twecn now and Tho growth of the League has Leon phenomenal and its enrollment In tho National Association of Democratic Clubs wilt add anti strength to tho quadrennial Convention of Clubs which is to bo lucid in on Sept 5th National Democrat Story of Slave form of slavery Gee D Williams of Manchester Mich says My wife has boon so helpless for live yours that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottteg of she is woutertully Improved nUll ablo to tlo romellyCorumelauoholylicmhtohe spoils It is godsend to weak sickly rundown Cure guaranteed Only 60o Sold by druggists = =FzxcN faxes llneoMnrchouco By so doing you will save poi sent TOM DILLON Ju 01 0 Brick for Apply to Ono IIEurwsclt at IUclullnn Wagon Factory Barbecue and Picnic STUBBS PARK Jl1OKaiA tiKflNFUCKY Wednesday Sept 5 1900 iiven by the mcmburaof St Josephs Aid Society for tho benefit of tho Sacred j heart Church Hiokmau Ky There will bo plenty of Barbecued Meats and Refreshments such as Ico I Nlenltni pentlmnnniyconductexdOlllOCtud I nenrtblj TAXKM TAXKHJ nowduC0ll10II MerchantsflankO L CARPKNTER D S I SALE huudshhrh I mxe and sorrol pony nteo offer good rod Durham row Will soil on rnnfton J1addotnbout mile oast of Mt Hermon church JOIIM A McCLUKK nettNollL Curtinhavuughands for collection hereby notify and request mil or any persons indebted to qituer of tho stove to call and nottlo Mj is nt P S M Bank ResiKXitfullyOEO CARPENTER PUIILIC NALE arinIrmg attheI AloxnlldJrSr orlntadgtamlardbrod mare and colt cattle good binder wheat drill and other farm ing r descriptionIVjjiAug 27 111- 00CnrulhcrMI City ranker fllvin OityBkkrry protLdred nWenSoliCItIngtrulytf R 8 qDc 3VC W1 hil LiniItirlErfrtli1S 1 CLINTON ST HICKMAN KY in Stock of Millett n Owensboro Distillery LiquorsOld Gld Old Gins BrandiGs kilZlS and Baal Proof Quality Guaranteed conducted strictl according law a n1lIonal nearly election interest Indianapolis a yearsby Electric Bitters a people all i I 0 interest Halet I f dnllghtcrlj j hofound FOR t l I a 1 J r I a frCthhv More Shoes Better Than Those Offered Before Because we havo REDUCED THE PRICE a Third to a Half below value Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 98cotLadles 200 and S17C Oxfords and Slippers Tan AQbestEverything in our 250 auU 8300 Oxfords these 8200reolucetl Reduced Prices Ull all misses aid OnnffrensI SLIPPERS 1 lThe Best Values in all Grades of ShoesI J S r t Go all go want the TO I t I l OLD STAND r BICEP1T MEATS CASH SHOE STORE FOR THE BEST I- NCRCERYES where they who FRESH GOODSat LOWEST PRIOES Rogers Threlkelds TTFTODATE CROCERT Wrrnxas Clinton Street FRESH Goods Delivered Free- Telephone 74r To AJEiIxilfJ Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement ti1 I carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to plcaso my customers My motto is t GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Tolphono G 0 Goods Promptly Delivered H r Bring You Job Work to This Office HjeJn1IIfr i KJ1 d M herrYJ Wkt dU 1W Oli rer and VuLlcan Olojll I lowsI t Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hames Backhands Traces c li ililLawn HARNESS tho best grades and styles always in stock in large quantities To get one j to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial E E R E HICplAN I KENTUCKYJV jjj e J o- i 1 i t d AGLOE10US FUTURE 4 Dr Talmage Tells of the Heritage of Gods Children Sermon Suggested by ilia Contact fjrlth Imperial Splendor of Kuropc Thp lloyal House of Jena Copyright 1900 by Louis Klopsch In his discourse Dr Talmage who during his Journey homeward has acfpmuch of royal and imperial splendors In passing through the cap- Itals of Europe shows that there Is no higher dignity nor more illustrious station than those whch the Christian has na a clilld of God text Judges S18 Each one resembled the children of a king Zebah and Znlmunna had been off to battle and when they came back they were asked what kind of people they had seen They answered that the peo ple had a royal resemblance Kaeh one resembled the children of a king That description of people is not ex tinct There are stilt many who have tins appearance Indeed they arc the sons and daughters of the Lord A- Infiht Though now In exile they shall yet come to their thrones There are fam5y names that stand for wealth or pdtriotlsm or intelligence TUie name of Washington nmong us will always represent patriotism The family of the Medici stood ns the rep resentative of letters The familyof the Kothschllds Is significant of wealth the loss of 40000000 in IS4S putting them to no Inconvenience nnd within n few years they have loaned ruBsln leooCIOO Naples as000000 Austria 40000000 nnd Kngand 5800 000luul the stroke of their pen on the COUI groom desk shakes every thing from the Irish sea to the Dan ube They open their hand and there is war they shut It and there is peace The Romanoffs of Russia the Hohenzollerns of Germany the Hour bons of France the Stuarts ffnd IIyosehtetory of their respective nations symbolic of Imperial authority Jftt I preach of n family more po tential more rich nod more extensive i tile royal house of Jesus of whom the whole family in Heaven and on- t earth is named We are blood rela Lions by the relationship the cross all of us are children of the King First I speak of our family name When we see n descendant of some I one grcat y celebrated In the last cen tury we look at him with profound Interest To have had conquerors I F kings or princes in the ancestral line Infy 11 Ii tflte Star of the East with baton off light woke up the eternal orchestra I 1I that made music at Ills birth From thence He started forth to conquer all notions not by trampling them down but by lifting them up St John saw Him 91a white horse 1V den He returns lIe will not bring the nations chained to Ills wheel or In iron cages but I hear the strike of the hoofs of the snow white cavalcade that brings thorn to the gates in triumph Our family nnme token luster from the star tlint heralded Him and the spear that plcrcH Him anti the crown that was given Him It gathers fra grance from the frankincense brought to ills cradle Snc the lilies that flung their sweetness into Ills sermons and the box of alabaster that broke at lsIfeet The Comforter nt Bethany The Hesurrcctor nt Nnln The supernatural Oculist at Hethsntda ghe Saviour of one world and the calef joy of another The storm His frown The sunlight Ills smile The spring morning Ills breaths The earthquake the stamp of Ills foot The thunder the whisper of Ills voice The ocean a drop on the tip of his finger Heaven n sparkle on the bosom of Ills love Eternity the twinkling of His eye The universe the flying dust of His chariot wheels Able to helll a heart break or hush a tempest or drown a world or flood immensity with His glory What other family name could ever boast of such an illustrious person age Henceforth swing out the coat of arms Great families Avcnr their coat of arms on the dress or op the door of the conch or on the helmet when they go out to battle or on flags and ensigns The heraldic sign Is some times n lion or a dragon or an eagle Our coat of arms worn right over the heart hereafter shall be n cross n lamb standing against It and n dove flying over It Grandest of nil escutch In every battle I must have ita aeons on my flag the dove the cross the lamb and when I fall wrap me in thnt good old Christian flag so that the family coat of arms slmllbc I right over my breast that all theI w j world may see that I looked to the Dove of the Spirit and clung to the t Gross and depended upon the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world Ashamed of Jesus that dear friend On whom my hopes of life depend No When 1 blush be this my shame That I no more revere Ills name Next I speak of the family sor rows If trouble come to one member of the famllyall feel it It is the cue tom after the body is lowered Into the grave for all the relatives to come I to the verge of tho grave nnd look- down into it First those nearest the departed come then those next of kin until they have all looked into the grave So when trouole and grief go down through the heart of one mem bet of the family they go down through them all The sadness of one is tl1t adncss of all A company of M persons join hands around an electric battery the two persons at the ends 5 of the line tpuch the battery and all the circlcufeels the shock Thus by t reason of the filial maternal and pat I tevnal relations of life we stand so close together that when trouble seta Its battery all feel the thriu of dis tress In the great Christian family the sorrow of one ought to be tho sorrow of all Is one persecuted All are persecuted Does one suffer loss We all stiffer loss Is one bereaved We are nil bereaved Their streaming eyes together flow For human guilt and mortal woe I If you rejoice at anothers misfortune you are not one of the sheep butIIj ode of the goats and the vulture II sin bath alighted on your soul and not the Dove of the Spirit Next I notice the family property After n man of large estate dies the relatives assemble to hear the will read So much of the property Is willed to his sons and so snitch to his daughters and so much to benevolent societies Our Lord Jesus hath died and we are assembled today to hear the will rend He says MyI peace I give unto you Through HU apostles lie says All things arc yours What everything Yes everything 1 This world and the next In distin guished families there are old pictures hanging on the wall They are called the heirlooms of the estate They are very old and have come down from generation to generation So I look upon all the beauties of the natural world as the heirlooms of our royal family The morning breaks en from the east The mists travel up hill above hill mountain above mown thin until sky lost The toresU are full of chirp and bust and song Trees I lent and birds whig flutter with glad ness Honey makers In the Ilog and beak against the bark and squirrels chatteringon the rail and the cal of the hawk out of a clear sky make you tad glad The sun which kindles conflagrations among the castles of cloud and sets minaret and dome by aflame stoops to pnlnt the lily white nnd the buttercup yellow and the ton Is get mtnot blue What can resist the sun Light for the voyager over the deep Light for the shepherd guard ing the flocks aileWl Light for the poor who have no lamps to burn Light for the downcast and lowly of Light for aching rysa nub burning and wanted captive Light for the smooth brow of childhood and for the dim visionI of the octogenarian Light for queens coronet and for sew lag girls needle Let there be light Whose morning Is this My morning Your morning Our lather gave ns the picture and hung It on the sky In loops of fire It IIs the heirloom of our family And so Is the night It is the full moon The mists from shore to shore gleam like shattered mirrors and the ocean under her glance tomes up with groat tides panting upon the beach mingling as it were roam and fire The poor man blesses Ood for throning such a cheap light through the broken window pane Into his cabin and to the sick it seems n light from the other shore which bounds this great deep of human pain and woe If the sun seem like a song lull and poured from brazen Instru ments that fill Heaven Und earth with great harmonies the moon Is plain tive and mild standing beneath the throne of God sending up her soft sweet voice of praise while the stars listen and the sea No mother ever more sweetly guarded the sick cradle than all night long this pale watcher of the sky bends over the weary heart sick slumbering earth Whose Is this black framed black tasseled picture of the night It Is the heirloom of our family Ours the grandeur of thec spring the crystals of the snow the coral of the beach tho odors of the garden the harmonies of the air You cannot see a large estate In aniII morning You must take several walks around It The family property of thin royal house of Jesus is so great that TI must tpVe several walks to get any Idea of its extent Let the first wllikI be around this earth All these 111I leys the harvests that wave in them and the cattle that pasture them all these mountains nnd the precious things hidden beneath them and the crown of glacier they cast at the feet of the Alpine hurricane all these lakes these islands these continents are ours In the second valkgohmong the street lamps of Heaven and see stretching off on every side a wilder ness of worlds Ior us they shine For us they sang at a Saviours nativity For us they will wheel into line and with their flaming torches add to the splendor of our triumph on the dolor which nil other days were made In the third walk go around the eter nal city As we come near It hark to the rush of its chariots nnd the wed ding peal of its great towers The bell of Heaven line struuk 12 It isI high noon We look off upon the chap lets which never fade the eyes that i never weep the temples that never dote the loved ones that never part the procession that never halts the trees that nevcr wlther the walls thatl never can be captured the suu that never sets until we can no longer gaze and we hide our eyes and exclaim lye hath not seen nor oar heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared them that love lIrllll As these tides of glory rise we Have to retreat andI hold lost lest we be swept Off andI drowned in the emotions of gladness and thanksgiving and triumph What think you of the family property It Is considered an honor to marry into a family where there IU great wealth lbe Lord the Bridegroom of earth and Heaven offers you Ills heart and Ills hand saying in the words of the Canticles Rise up my love ray fair one and come away Amhonce having put on thy hand the signet ring of His love you will be en dowed with nil the wealth of earth and all the honors of Heaven Almost every family looks back to a homesteadsome country place where you grew up You cut on the doorslll You heard tho footsteps of the ruin on the garret root You A swung on true gate Ton ransacked the barn You waded Into the brook You thrashed the orchard for apples and the neighboring woods for nuts Jind everything nround the old homestead is of interest to you I tell you of the old homestead of eternity In my Fathers house ate many mansions When we talk of mansions we think of Chntsworth and its park nine miles In circumference and itsconservntorythatastonishesthe world its galleries of art that con tams the triumphs of Chantrcy Canova and Thorwaldscn of the kings and queens who hue walked its atately halls or flying over the heather hue hunted the grouse But all the dwell ing places of dukes and princes and queens are as nothing to the family mansion that is already awaiting our arrival The hand of the Lord Jesus lifted the pillars and swung the doors and planted the parks Angels walk there and the good of all ages The poorest man in that house lis a million aire and the lowest n king anti the tamest word he speaks is an anthem and the shortest life on eternity- It took a Paxton to build for Chats worth a covering for the wonderful flower Victoria Kegla five feet in diameter Hut our Illy of the valley shall need no shelter from the blast and In the open gardens of God ban put forth Us full bloom and all Heny snail come to look at it anti Its aroma shall be an though the ohenlLlm had swung before the throne a then sand censers I have not soon 1 It yet am in a foreign land But waPt then is waiting for me tfrooinohome I have brothers and sisters there In the llible I have Jotters from there telling me what ffflne ptaee It lit U matters not much to me whothr ffcnf rich or poor or whether the vfBriti hates me or loves me or whether I gi land by sea If ony I may lUt Tmy eyes at last on the family mnnstdn It not a frail house built In a tiltltsoon to orumblo but an oM matlHn which is at fIrm an the day It was WI- ts walls are covered with the ftg ef many ages and the urns at the gfitSraj are abloom with the century tfffttti eternity The queen of SIt btjlath walked Its halt and Esther nmUMarl Antoinette and Lady llMnttagifiil awl Ceeil and Jeremy Taylor and Sum Kutkerford and John Milton JJ tfcf widow whu gave two mites and ttapfstor men from the hospital these kilt lw9 perhaps outshining alt tho Migj sd queens of eternity t A family mansion means runtonii Some of your famiNes are verJjiMelscattered The ohlWren mlrfiDr orClulrlestonyou cams together at the old 1Ufft How you wake up the old piano 1hal- has been silent for years Father ad OftnAgrummarUle tfoldea fJ re window and goodby at the sleafib it wharf lint how will we aofflt the re union In the old family maniton of Heaven It Is a good while steer you parted at the door of the grave Th re will be Grace and Mary anti Morha and Charlie and Lizzie and allthe use lags of your household not pale and sick and gasping for breath nI whn you siuw then last but AlAt rtes bright with the luster of leaven and their cheeks roseate with the flush of eclestlal summer What clasping of hands What m bracings What coming together of lip to lip What tears of joy You 1fCIItl thought there were no tnra in Heaven There must be for he Bible says that God hall wipe thm away and if there were no tears th re how could He wipe them away 1ey cannot be tears of grief or tern of disappointment they must bs tears of gladnens Christ will Ctne and soy What child of listen Is it too muck for thee fat thou break down under the gladncu of this reunion Then I will help thee And with Ills ona arm Around us ind the other arm ar und our loved ones He shall hold us up In the eternal jubilee While I speak some of you w th broken hearts can hardly hold your peace You feel as If you would ipok out and say Oh blessed day speed onl Toward thee I press with blistered feet over the desert way My eyei fall for their weeping I faint from ris tenlng for feet that will not come Inll the sound of voices that will not speak Speed on oh day of reunion And then Lord Jews be not angry with m 4f after I have kissed thy blessed fitj Blostnot angry with me One look at Nee were Heaven But all these reunons are Heaven encircling Heaven Hnvcn overtopping heaven Heaven comming ling with Heaven I was at Mount Vernon and want Into the diningroom In which our lirst president entertained the promhcn men of this and other lands Itt wa rover Interesting pot But oh the banquet hull of the family man ioti o spreaditsit at It Front the tree by the river gather the 12 manner of frui for tjiut table Take the cluster com the heavenly vineyards and pre mum Into the tableI of which if man eat he shall never bun get Take al the ahol torn I1M pf earthly conquest and Intwln hem among the arches Let Dnvld onf illstrumpeti tirrlJrelloroueltheIuherhathJn andtheCome nnd dine Cowley county Kansas bas itr coronerSI r VASTLY DIFFERENT IniprrJntUm the Spirit of Umpire and Dcmnrrnrr the Kiicnce- of lrredom What IB the dlfTercncc between the democratic and the republican atti- tudeI toward the Philippines The New York Time alllrms that there In practically no difference It attempts to Justify this opinion by a jvttifogglng parnphnuc of the two policiesIn mittter of such moment are not the people cntitlt to judge the par lion and the candidate by their own words and nets Mr McKinley in his speech of acceptance says Tho Philippine are ours unit American authority mod bo supreme throughout the in hlpcUgo There must bo no scuttle poiiry Mr llrynn In hU speech takes the poiitlon that the IhtllpplncH belong to the Filipinos and that the Filipinos own themselves He says If governments derive their just powtn from the consent of the governed It Ut Im mmibi to secure title to people either by frf r by purchase Force can dc tend a rUht but fore has never yet cnxit ml a right it It Wail t rue as declared In the ToluMoni of Intervention that the Cuban b free and lnd r tent languagetaken from the Declar uunI lIt ltapelkletlee it IU equally true hit the Filipino are nnU of right ought t IM free and Independent Iw there not n tnst unit rltnl tiltI t renee between those two position It if the difference between IndcpOHil nif anti dependence between petit iiiI freedom nod vnanuhigp between i ffttvrrniiioHt and ode by n sow rijrn power In tlaerN tpructl all li TVreB eCvbetw ieii tM tote of Miterland tuM that of Ilgyptbe NAPOLEON MKINLEY THAT HIM PATH OF I twoen the status of Porto Rise anti that of Sow Mttxlto So much for the attitude of the two parties Anti anmlfclate towArd the rights of the ease The dlfTvrence IU equally wide and vital IB regard to our future policy Treating tjiie Phil Ipplnen an oursnor authority an supreme our sovfrelgnty at com plate ant flnal Mr prv posea to establish n jimt and gener ous government In which the Inhab Manta shall have the largest partici pation of which they are onpnble we bolng the judges ot their calla WHtyl fbtn IsI alwny and everywhere the promise of imperialism to subjugated peoples It in what Mr Chumhcrlnln proposes for the Horn As Mr Bryan pertinently asks Did not the Flaw Itch government 1n 1770 promise n good government to the colonists 1Sllat king 7er promised a bad gar ernment to his people The policy In based upon- a reoognltlon of the freedom and independence of the Philippine The republican policy contemplate the subjugation retention awl permanent government of the IxlandM by forte Is not thin difference vital I OTO It not truly moasure the ilTewnce between ImptrliiHsni the spirit of empire nnd democracy the essence of freedomN Y World Defrnl IrpdlctiMl Itotert Trent Paine of ovteslaneal- deoondnnt of the signer of the Declaru Non of IndepondenovotUieMtmcnntnc predicts that the repiilllannt will he ororwheJmlngly defeated In tier corn fng1 campaign The campaign he says wll ccllpee that of 18DO and given promise or a new era In politics lie se Sa h- expressed the Issue n a nnaouncet nnd In Mr Hryun speech of at lMJfcUIIVl hu cleft thin repuhienn party In twain The Cotton Whig he nyII who condone slavery beneath the American flag IIH their fathers con coned the attempt to extend slavery nto the tree territories of the wet may pull wires and manipulate men wttlioitt baokbanc but they cannot aontrol men like exPrellldtut Harrison exSenator Hendercon of Mianquri cx Spenker Thomnt II Heed exSecre Carl Scluirz nnd exOov Bout well Ta r j party which be gnn it career In the defense ofllberty prostituted to the service of money as ftjralnut the rights of men and New England will not be silent It Iu seldom that II tiny without notice of One orsnrtlzatlon of tt nest trust nn tijnnceOf ijrjcas by n trust illscharg of wen by Ia trust ilftfiUriK down u tActory V a trust er some sImilar action Inulanapolla Sentinel ANOTHER BRYAN CONVERT Uri Henry Wmlr Roger Tells IVIif- Unld Ilriuncrnl Will llriert- McKlntrr Dr Henry Wade Itogcra former president of Northwestern university and recently culled by the faculty of Ynlc says he will vote for Hryan and Stevenson In ISUft he toted for McKinley and Hobart lie declares also that he be llcvva the golu democrats of the country an a body will support Hryan flits year because they believe Imperialism is the most dangerous policy the republic could adopt and that the party that is responsible for such a policy should be defeated Dr Rogers says that the sliver plank in the democratic platform will no more drive them from supporting Bryan than the protective plank In the republican platform kept theta from voting for MoKfhley four years ago when silver was the paramount IssueIn a Ktatement to the Chicago American approving the Imlnrnfinent of Bryan by the antiImperialist von vention at Indianapolis Ur Rogers sayat The sold democrat as a rule are antl ImporUIUt They doellnod ta support Mr Ilryan four yers age bMmuM they looked elves the currency qumttan as the para nxmnt IMHO af the campaign The major Itr ef them voted tel MeKteWy aa he- sareetwaytedetest Itrvan Tbmeaarc- so tInt1f Ila their wavton MMay as they Were fear eers aaa thus li to 11 an unwise pmt dangeroue policy The mostf thin I Inave will be found suepartlss Hrynn In this rNmimlxH That which was the paramount Iwe IIn MM U net the lrInHKUtt tfItt IIn Mid The y bHeri that ImpertaHitn Ir the AND THE RAND GUIDES IN THE EMPIRE McKinley democratic Wlcnn pusses most dangerous pefilble policy for the re public to adept sad tlmt It I of tbe wiriest renkrquenre that the AnttrtMH p Otte heiM repudiate It abo toi ly by defeattHg the party that is rlteMlbI4t tar IL Far that rvavon they will vote for Ilryan In ID notwiihirtnwIlBjr the M M 1 plank Jt as In 1MM they vatad far McKfnler sot withstanding the pret rtkin plank ta the rppubllean platform They were net pro twjUonUU In IKfcJ but they did nut regard protpctlan an the cheat issue ef the cam paten and so they upported McKinley en a protMtlon plutform They lure not lo Uy free silver men but they do not regent that as the predominant Issue In the prfOHnt campaign sad to they will support llrjnn although he stand nn 1IU to 1 platform Personally I beUtlV 16 to 1 IIs a dead issue The American people re pudiated it four year age sad they taro not eluinged their mind rftcttnsIf the d morrat should undertake to es tabllih a silver standard In my opinion thee would be driven from power 1 do net believe they weubl seriously attempt It lIutIWhether they would or not they certainly enuld not eoompllh It In the next four yuan The leotlnn of Mr Ilryan on nnet neceniplliih suet n result and hto eleoltoii will set be Interpreted as an Indorsement of his view on the money question PRESS COMMENTS Kooxovclta ttttrrnnccii will soon compell the party malinger Jo put OB n ltirsi ly Incrunncil force In the ex planation ilepnrtmrut Denver Poet Imperialism cannot endure u free nnd honest vote Its hopi lien In coercion anti venality Withouj ample It corrupts electors bays stn ntoraliliw anti torrorlaes InllorCo lumbiiM 0 PreftKPoKt Vice Chalrinun Payne of the re publican iiHtlomilI cqmlllH Itt says tit main IKNIIO Is the McKlnley ad minUtnitlon ami on that the repub lican party must utunil or fall Well let It go nt thai It icuma hard though lint u wholo party should be wiped out by the mistakes stud wick edness of halt n dozen puny polltl ciniiH Cliiolnnntl inquirer Phi armor plate combine as WIIH cxpioted IIIIK come to the front with n good Mtlir price for the new nrmor nun needed by our government for tht wnrHlilpt recently nuthorlKed It Is with Secretary Long to pay these prices If he sees proper nail lie will see proper till right The patriots for revenue ilo not suffer under this itch mlrUt ratlIonlIollllton Post Hither our iiinnufucttirers do not nerd any protective tnrjlT to enable them to hold the homo mnrlictI or If they do they must bo selling to foreign inarkctK below the cost of pro duct lout and are exacting extortionate prices front their own countrymen under shelter of the Dlngley tariff Whichever horn of tltiMlllcmmn the Hanra party seizes vn convict it of employing thus protective tariff for purposes of commercial robbery of the American people Kansas CJtrI Times TRIALS CONTINUED Cases of Yoattey Combs Durta Bd Whittaker U Be Tried IKI Octtbtr u The IrUwnrr la 8IIII la tile Threes of N HiiHlnar Krver Story That lie 1III MnUn nCebfci alntl Healedti i j Qeorgctown Ky Aug23When court convened Wednesday morning to hear the motion for a new trial by Caleb Powera attorneys Commonwealths Attorney KrunUlln stated that ho halt an allldavlt by Hoary Youtucya phynlcinn tfmt tho accused man would not be well enough to go Into a trial sow and therefore ha naked the court that the case go over to the October termof court IrunkIlin also suited that on account of III nUll In the family of one of the nttor niva for Comb Whit taker situ DuvU hla case would also go over and the accused men be ndmltted to 1000 bull The condition of Henry Youleey charged with eoinpllolty In the ntwna situation of Senator loebel remains unchanged lie in Httll In the throou of a raging fever nnd tho recent pub llentloiiH of a I uUvUle newpnpor to the effect that ho was to ntalio n onnforlon and receive liniiiHttlty for his crime na well nc n ineiiey reward lust not had n ItfHoRHnl otTcot Yout neya attorneys dotty the nlory In Its entirety as wall UN the other report that there IU friction bot11 eon liie ViHttfcol YouUieya attorneys claim to have Informntlon that proves be yond tho prcadveature of n deeht that ho could not rverive n fair und lniMirtlnl trial They my tht of the tttxly tinine Melcotml for a special Venlro fiftynine are uhemoerute anti one n rvpHbllmn Thtry prefs to ace In this the teetlet of UM preseeut- 1e i to secure a conviction Ha matter whet tho evidence limy be It Is rhm otalitteil that the kvleeUmt of tales melt wets Lenin CMIO praetiMit where UM mace solevuri were known te bo IH fever ata eoNvleUon ef the ncemed Col Ktteon will m ke n hard tight to tew the jury drawn from the wtloal- In the tMN l enter and say sock to hove Uw saso MMtwiwd until October ut the regular term of court OHIO ELI CTION LAW It Mny llr tliira fla M Mudrl for a ntitllul for lite Gnrbrl Act In Krnlttrky Frankfort Kyn Aug 23 Tht Ohio election law U being InvtMtlgntoil by a somber of leading democrat with n view to proponing an excel espy of U tar adaption by the legislature at IU ogtnfng special ixwMnti The Ohio law In tcst of placing the jjowar In the hands of three eenotpluloncra lputs It all In charge of the secretary of state who lies the nppoltitmont of all election onteem If for Oocboll III how litrepeninlI It seems likely that the Ohio law will take Its place Under tho Ohio law the secretary of state appoints blKirtlxan election t1fl ten la eadi county except In largo cities where the mayor has the appointing powar Although tbjaw class not rmjiilro It the ctmtom linn been for the secretary of state to appoint o H core recommended by the county corn mlttooa of than respective purtlo tnllril Ktnle Senator Apimlnlrd flout Marinas In Aug 2ttovS- hnw announecd the nppolntmcnt of rongrmmnan J P Dalllvnr of Fort Dodge to be United Stales senator to 1111 tho viioonoy ouuscd by the death of Senator John II Gear Tho ap pointment ruins to March 4 IDOl The legislature dogs not meet in regular ftciMlon until lOOt and Dolllvarn lip polntmcnt Is likely to be renewed to run until hIs mievcMuior U clouted Thcru will bo niimtrouii oandkltiton before the nnxt IcgUlnturo for Uio iKisltlon including Senator Dolllvor A H Cum tn Inn GOY Shaw Congroav mni Iacey and prolmbly otliern The Hovr Conrrntrnllim Twyfolmar Aug SO Through se Bret Intolllgenco agents the Hrltlah authorities learn that then Lewis Botha the oommantlor In chief of tho hoer forces Gun Lucas Mayor the commander of the Orange Proo State forces ansi Omit S haIkburger vice president of the Tranvaal republic with 5000 Doers hate iiavetn i bled nt Machadodorp generally un derstood to bo the hondqunrtora of President Krugor on the Pretoria Dclagoda Hay rnllroad with tho whole finer urtillory Ineliullntf tlto- heavy plcccii formerly nt Pretoria llrpiikfimlril Vltli limniniitirl Home Aug 1Held Murshnl Count Yon WnldcrHec tho Uurman oniecr who Is going to tho tar east In Hider to take command of the allied forces In China with till three ortloorn nccvnm I sin ting him breakfantcdl with King Victor Emmunitel Wcdncxday morning after which the fluid mar uiuil went to the Pantheon and depos i mllgJJumbtrtnome nt 230 p m for Naples where he will otnbnrk for China Alaliniim Ucnclie yew York Sew York Aug 23Tlic lnltcd States hat titwhip Alabama arrived tram Pnlludulphia anti cnmo to iii an 1 chui nge oil Tompkliuvlllc rite Aln t bane will bo dookcd nt the navy yard and utter being cleaned und painted will proceed to Hoatob for her official i trim tripII Korly fourth Victim Dcnd Tacoiiia Wnti AIUJ 28Mrs A Swanson n victim oi the Fourth ut July street car accident has just died Thin maker 44 deaths BII the icsult otthis neeltI4tY t 4 K IT t t 1 iOisN mOMWA8HINQ- TOIi I i Items of Interest from t Political Center of the United States SHORTCOMINGS OF THE AOMINISTRATI- OOuben VUII Ihr Cnpltnl unit Cur tIn Aiurrlrnit OIlllnlIIIIIIIII Inrllx tif Ihr Xniln lrliil OintiiiiU kltin lloiiirvrll lltologySpotll In fM lahltplal Correspondence The prmrfdtBt eatN nil the way fromn Caulou to VMklBft an to welaomo the Cuban tthooltetehur wtto have but rUdti II in this trotttry MBH of tkwHi Maliers we menu They wrr brought hero 1i Mtivifler able exiwnse In order to ImprcM thorn fnni niily with the IlruMltntlon of this IXHII ir anti thu w Iy government I dI udamtrrrd n Prea4dt McIDalrf- Ii It usaantbrrrppblltaadImoppol- mel tI f The Cuban vlriigrp aro HtJni pimtir irttio Tt and to tinllioeltato to eat that the iliKlnlfly lu1IutJltltm I UOH im felled to keep Iti tbteinu pledges made to Cuba The tuhaa ttacJaer tttnttl a xmiNi hours rrc pttoa ant wero oriiiltttd to MtaJir the baud of fMippri B t WitI liam but not a word of oommeiulniloni cowlti be rximetwl ami theta In re cart to thr dwInkAfRilon manage roes in 1utM Tin rnuurccft of our litaHtlfttl InC hate Leers tire I nod to jwy A lot Awwruii olllcUla who are more hmrhi and liMoluttt Ifcftn oat former HjmrMii malrnrt MM ono Cuban Oar island I r80StIPl Tlie poph are too poor t8 pe late forniteir or manuI facturing far tfemtifelvt sad hero IU MI rHco ratfrmr t for the lvvtHieitt ofoHtridtfonpUal Wu lease had eaoug I of MoKlrilrjlMrt Tlio Cuba hope t ace llryan HextrdI He will cnrry eut in good faith the pledge outdo by tlic Untied States Our people would not have been J bitter nfaln t MeKlnlty eonttnuet- tabl Cuban a rimes of high Intrllljreno1 ami llnfowltHrc If he had shown any di p0ltlot to Intrwtlfjate the poMal frawUnnd iitnUb the offenders Hut what has twen done The committee Appointed by the senate oanieIItNlbol by cfllMntf on the war department for a deMotktJ account of nil dlfburi ment J1 and turn adjourn to meet at the o1 of Ihr olmlrman There ila no Indic tlon that the war department l prepar lnjrnnyMiohre orU It hItftr that th portal oandal are not to be InvestiI gated before ilectlon Neely Iv to May In New York and Maj Itatbbone IIn liv ing In luxury In Havana Things o tiiiwrfnrt make the Cubnnadtseunton- rd t 11e put our trust In the halt States and lu chief executive make no move to protllet u1 when we art d robbed by hlicMrvanU Thill Ii0 Jut but It wax not what the a l mhltIII m lion exjKeted when II tooa k suoh trouble to welcome the Cuba trnohur to Wnthfngidn- Uniiiiulnr wllh lilmr The Industrial comiutadon is begin slag to realize that 4t in sot popular with orKBHlzud labor ThecommtMston tent an agent from Wuftblnfrtoi to In tvrvlew the Central I bof union of Xew York about wage and condition of employment The ngut wu met wit h n Ilitt refHHtl to jrtve any information whlah mltrht and probably would be uied to the disadvantage of ot anlzed labor The represent ntlTea of the tw- rltAliuutdons cuMeit attention to the ed ItlHK of tcHttrnony by the cotntutaslui a nod Its attempt to justify the atroeltlr II of the bull pun In Idaho Senator IKyle time bend of tIle conllnlwlon math him tttlf eo Ktlonnim by hi opporitlon to the elght hour bill hCunV The onrefiUI eilted report or nit IndHKlrlfll eommtaetoti are brijfi ient evt by the republic n calnpmizn man 1x tvlth A dart to oorvlrcinp flu workUff limrope that the Information w p iratliorrt by pertonn friondly1 to their in4trcuio It will not do WHRI workrr have known for more Ithan scar tlmt the lrdutrial oQmnrfoMon Hlf the bureau of statlstlos and the nr N ila only nn adjimt to the re put pan national cniiunlltee Iti+ ro purta are neither Impurtlnl nor accu rate itoorrrltN Apology loi iet ha been mode to under ttauu iv Ilira llHnnn that h1881 1anl sprat tt uft very lnirtfHl to the repub rat 11 i whokwlu dvnonirfatton of the Iemnerata stirred sop even OemI Pullnrr mnilifate of the gold demo crat in DC Gen 1akuer objected t bi lyy Inbeled nit sun of a claw who HIM for lnvfri Mie laud dlionler for illali nc tv HIM dUboof for teens and iiinCr nt home ant cow rdl1 nbrlril Itia front duty abroad So Roosevelt takos the opKrMinIty lo iiKike a most bumble apology lie enti his own word with the weak- planation ex that they were only In tcmed for the ohms of democrats who con trtrnatCil and stood upon the Knntx- City platform Nell that the only kind of demo rtt Chore are now The gold tfcnwi rflip eaufut rally enough to hold oven thoVlmtfow oj n ouvontlon nile innk a nomination So Iouttevelta attempt It1llI1 placatiR no one and ittri iic gome like Inhnir who would have voted for fcKlnlei It 1 to be liopotl that Hamm vlll turn Hooscielt loose soon He wilt nuikeI Jemooritlc voter everywhere he goes JIs true ulent style of nbutv will nlso old to the rupubltcnn stayathome vote Tliore ore thotiMinA of repiilj llcnmt who will refuse to old In the attendt to rent Roosevelt Into nay ipo sJtlon qb prominence To bt sure the vice presidencyI carrle with it no very onernim duties but Itft InQUinbent thou il be a Wits of oxperleiici dignity I nnd inttnd judgment Tlooscvcltltnoni of thUACtklllle Out for Htxilln It would MOIII that if Hienlllecl torch legntJonr1meJ0lOll In China would be ended Tlcrcli doubt on I iliA point 1lrlnghllf city ol walfcj within walls To enter the outer wfllln IK to walk Into a trap That Iif where limo allied force arc now It Iis theNoltlzniB with ilium The admlnlBt ration Ifs now Iryngto 1ftguro out some Indemnity for our 1IOHU It Is pretty clear that the for elgM powers while dcolorlng that they do lot Intend to partition the empire will yet mrfke their demand for in demnity 8f high that the Chinie can n4t IIIy theta The next stop will be to tike the government In rand under preteiMi of ovirrweingibe revenues nn aill the lnd here paW 1ien the tpnglitrftotCblaaltopsrtltion rItwill be n wonder IfI MelClnlcy mnn agar to keep out of thin oouiiiUeatlon Kverythlnir indicated that he t1 going In fur It It III lucky that election day- laI ro near that hie capacity for get tlnir tbls country Into dlllleultlr will W limited ADOtPH PATTETIBON DRY ANS PHILIPPINE POLICY A Ileiiulillenn titration Aniirrrril In ton1taYThI1rrwlUatXoArgocent rIIInIWhat could Bryan do to end time Philippine Immrreetlon mere than Me Kinley In dotugr InI frequently naked ami the addition follow closet The 1lIlUpllnrflet goM In kin speech of acccplnnce llryan answered limb qnectlon In n way that makes nrgumetit on the other side 1m pOHrfble There Ila no hesitation no doubt 80 equivocation in that answer 11 will coil on extra session of ran IagrI to declare them x llcy of the- o Inlted StattM to give the Filipinos flrat n table form of government kvoond Independence and third pro tection from Interference by any ohm 11011d the policy outlined in time democratic platform The object of the Philippine hum rrectlon the only object IU to gain Independence for the Filipino The promise of Indepcnd oncefitno flag furllnp no surrender of IelltItIng n course n1 with their tante of empire are wont to declare Such a course will be a ofIliberty men which no departure should cver have furlfIng flog wave nonedbut freemen be no con fcpifon of weakncM The nation which In a few month brought a kneesddefeataSuch a policy onlyshow the nations of the earth the stuff of which AmerlcnuK ore made but It will give an example which will do more for the preservation of the pence of the earth than Hague pence confer enocs and ironclad treaties St Lotus Republic MKINLEYS METHODS The Imlilriil Cnn Tnllc Knounli Rnt He Klnrt In ivllli tim- eRrting Cur RoMilU this year have not justified Mr McKinleys mcttiod as n campaign dellngrator ills trouble Is not that he mlt+ undertand the people he Is too experienced n politician but that he link the wrong cue Tftlfoyraitd once Informed tits wife that he proposed bringing an eminent traveler home to dinner He told here where to find the travelct look In the library so last1 she nn fbt talk to him about his adventurer UnfortutMttly tun flu me got hold of Roblneon Cru 1Mlt She liuiiifl through an much of It an she eoiid on 4iort notice and opened time ennvenmtlon at dinner by nsklujr er gueni t fray what has be come of your man KrkUy- Mr McKlnlry Ike Mne Talleyrand can talk cttectlvety but like her he Jmua tir wrong car The people eager to hear lnipi riaifiii dlscucwd by the nrcblmprriall fairly hang upon his wore limit Mr McKinley merely re markM 1 dont trust that Bryan Ho s et IulX Y Journal It the republican national ma- o rhino Is undertaking by every means to disturb the business of time moan try to undermine confidence anti lo eruute a state of public sentiment ttvhfem might under certain condl tlons lend to panic It is doing this without KtiiUclent enter slm ly to gtiln a party advantage and without regard to the consequences which rutty follow It Is apparently endeavoring to work up u panic to unsettle flnnnoes and to promote u feeling of distrust wlilch nary prove disastrous ibis Is the republican policy in 1000 n holism which Involve n wicked ilLs regard of thubuai tugs iqluroBts of the 0abuntrya narrowt mind selfish policy which would withhold prosperity trio the notion unless the republicans ilnrty1s retained In power Xnltinioro Sun t H goes without saying that tilt traveling men who have lout their places through the formation of trusts will be n unit in opposition to trusts and to the party which has done uoth hag to regulate and restrain then The traveling men who were fortunate enough to keep their employment will Olio be aligned against trust If they are animated bya healthy se1tlntrrelt StILouis Vcjjubllc w IT GOt HIM A LICKING AH Ohioan Hard Luck When StaitI lag Out as n Newspaper Iteiiortcr Col N S Tone who presides over tMI courthad moment when he Wilt starting out in life lie 1sndasked him iit he w qutd not write asquib occasionally says time Toledo Dee The colonel promiird an he MW an opening in the newspaper field and had long yearned for a chute to secure a plare in the prufes than which seemed to him to offer many tn ducumcntf Cormqumtl he wrote up lev tral items Hard lurk cane at the start followlaggOur esteemed friend and fellow lownft man Seth Hnnttt Iis i Se greatest man In the world He licked his wife the other night and carne out without a scratch hardly had time paper appeared on th street before 8rth waa on time lookout fo the alone and found him Tow oil this the ealonel rtmembcri of the fray wat that he gave Seth a harder fight than Sctha vtW hadmime lIut ho severed his connection- th the n ner immediately He carried sawn for weeks to remind him of his first and only experience ni a molder of the public mind Danireri of time Socratic Method This happened at a wellknown San Fran dtco Sunday school Teacher When you look around and sec aU the fine houses and itorw and lots do think who own them now Your fathers own them do lb1 not Beltin chorusYeIJ maam Teacher Vhere will your father be 3GI ears from new Boys in one shout Dead Teacher Thats right And who willown all this property then tOO Boys In boystetheritightI 1 O ever in going along the street notice the drunkards lounging around the saloon dBon ItoyslieartilylYeseechenIVe41 where will they be 30 rears TeaqheirIndUaboysSanhow lie tOuta CustodianSo you changed your mind about taking that flat at soon as you went inmde Portly Changed nothing Waint room moatbackedFun In a Hmtnurnnt ChefThats a swell order Who it it for Waiter Judge ourtwright Oh I see There going to be a dinner in his nonorChiNo Evening New TeArs are the diamonds of the fatrtei Chicago Dally News TII13 MAUKKTS Cincinnati Atifr 27- CATTLECommon 43 4 25 Select butchers 5 5CS CArVKSExtrn 0 51 7 00 HOUS SHrot irack re 5 J 401 Mixed paeker 5 5 30- Lilh EEP Choice t 3 SO 3 75 1 AMliSExtras 5 75 I 0 00 FLOUH Spring pat 3 00 40iWHKHXO 2 red 74- 4COIINNo 5 mixed I 43 OATS No 2 mixed 22- xltviro2HAY Ch timothyr m 13 54II IOKKMrw a 11 37 1 57f1MJi1EBChChoice crenmury m Z3 V +1IILISCh to fancy 1 75 c 2 00 POTATOES Per brl 1 15 u 1 3- TOIUCCO Xotv 3 00 w J0 05 Old 1000 ClwS 75 C13ICAG- OFL11JR1Vin patent 3 70 r 4 0- 0WllATNo 8 red 70 a76m4J Xo 3 springt 73- 4CllNo 8 40 OATS Xo 2 55 22- 11YB tCI 51 POUKMPSB 10 05 ill 00 LA UU Steam 0 70 Jt 0 72Y2 NEW YORK riOtMt WJn patent 3 00- tiVIIKArN 2 red 80 y COINNo 2 mixed 45 4 OATS Xo i mlxe l 7514 25 11YK 57- V1OltK Mess J2 00 LAUD Steam 10- QALTIMOKE j W11IUT Xo 2 red 70y8 r 70YJ Southern 00 fit 73YJ o4fyl0AJ8CATTLE Klrst qual 4 OD u 5 40- 1IOOS i WfHtern 000 0 10 IINDIANAPOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 7- 4CORNNo 2 mlredtj 40i OATS Xo 2 ml j 31V4 LOUISVILLE FLOUIt11iu potent 4 00 Qi 4 R- OiVIIEATNn 2 red fti 70 101ul1xed c51 42h OATS Mixed 2S 4fti 21 PUKMeK s ill SO LAIU atinm f 0 i3 ABSOLUTE SECURITY i I Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must soar Signature of See F cSlmlle Wrapper Dflow IITI ItitI ICARTERS ITTLE HOP rOil HEADACHE I FOR DIUINE sIFOR IIUOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION rOil SALLOW rOil SKINII I I IouClIfUtaJll InY uroa- 11ccmI antCURE SICK HEADACHE THE DELICATE FLAVOR ntiiae Jlethoil of a Trench Chef Who lalatableitsJ Salad promofnenti grtiy pleasedwith tile talad as were also his llUeK Kvidently it was partly meat ltr partly vegetable the flavor was new sofeatta e at allonly A At henrLsome mellII t lK t that the chef up ti which the host My man greatly remarkedII vanIti H have enjoyed the dinner and the salad ih r eTheand was vifclr sfftcted not to wy elated by the compIimentMEet tellhwha ze laitue rnnge ready an I hat ze meat chop ver fine an dry de celeri I hat hop var1 fine and I haf ze nomme de terre rr palate an itan a lactic an dry zen I mix rem up Xen I mak ze dreenenir ftiavonnaife madame the know I half all toritOl ready aa ze fceth fell self Zen a ze Milad ere to terf I tab une tete dail purdonnez moi one leetle cloaf of ze gar k an neeble him in ze mouth ro an lircathe gentle ver gentle on ze sallad zt gif eet u flaveur dercat Cause for Thankfulness A brief note from a Dillrille district reads Our ton John has come home from the Inilitinec on a furlough and one leg The Utter means a pension for life thank the rdtanlQ Constitution The fact that money does not males them + n seldom worries the man who Iit trying to make the money uekIWe are ever ready to confer our impcrfec tine to long U otnera are ready to contra dict utHln Horn 1 elabkPrepsralianforAstNteS I I uonclteerrulInc5S oTNaRCOTICApetfecl Ron Sour SfoIMChDiarrb WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ness told Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or Gam NEW YORK iiL lOc+ 50c THE DEWEY HOMESTEAD I The above picture shows tho house where George Dewcy was born December 20tb 1837 It was occupied by the Dewey family until after the death of tho Ad mirals father It then came into the possession of Captain Edward Dewey who sold it to its present owner and occupant T R Gordon Esq in the summer of ItSU Mr Gordon moved it to sUeln the following February igooand- hasoccupled ituntU time present time Mr and Mrs OonlonareunfaiUngin their courtesy to the thoufinnds who visit thtsshrinc the birthplace of Admiral Dewey A recent letter from T R Gordon to tho Peruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus 0 reads as follows It is with great satisfaction that I find myself able after an extended trial to write you in this emphatic manner of the good your Perunahasdone my wife She has been troubled with catarrh from childhood and whenever she has a cold or any unusual condition of the weather it was worse than usual and seemed more than she could bear Tho dropping in her throat at night prevented refreshing sleep in fact wo had come to look roan it as incurable and from the many remedies used in vain we had reason ttd I We are thankful and happy to say that your Peruna has been of great benefit to her ar11 confidently look for a complete and entire cure High praise Is not too much to bestow upon your remedy T R Gordon ii Address The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus OM for free book on catarrh CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of m In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMI CIHTAUN COMMNT KCWTOHK CITY Wo will of Cut In GilT n nt or quoted prices I uiiiorj Kwsrvu r We t S rcol t NEBRASKATHE OF PLENTY I wonder it is that so many spend days hard on rented farms barely making enough to get with no great ahead owning own homes when within few plentyNel1raskawhere grain and fruit can be raised with least amount of where cattle and hogs fed on bring a handsome profit where the climate is healthful and churches and schools abound where land Iie and be bought on very easy terms Think of this and if you want information about the country send to me The Corn Belt beautifully illustrated monthly paper that tells all about Nebraska and also for The West Nebraska Grazing Country an interesting illustrated booklet containing a large sectional of Nebraska On first and Tuesdays each month during tho balance this year cheap excursion tickets will be sold our road to Nebraska so that peoplo may go youtticketP EUSTIS CI ADI a t a II R4CHICAGO ILL ROOFINGlbb x1 Rope for lo IWT P MldBAllj- SobttltoUn for plutor B mpl Ire THE fT MAKUIA stems CO CAMMN Nl thinks lives but hes a dead one person is really alive whose liver dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops Many dont get as much everybodyknows winter Asa rule is not sound weight but means a lot of flabby fat anduseless rotting matter staying in the body when it ought to have been driven out But the liver was over burdened deadenedstoppedwork There you are with a liver and spring is the time for resurrection Wake up the dead I Get all the filth out of your system and gtt ready for summers trials with clean clear blood body brain free from bile Force is dangerous and destructive unless used in a gentle persuasive way and the right plan is to give new strength to the muscular walls of the bowels and stir up the liver to new life and work with CASCARETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic Get a box today and see how quickly you will berI BROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BYd 25c He dead IIDRUGGIS12 To any ncfdy suffering from bowel troubles and too to buy CASCARETS we will box free I Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertisement and per AdislJJ Live Stock CLitfurnish duplicated rlve Stuck ornnr OtlirrCn shown Hook below form A N Ur335 lliiiiiiinatt nt why men working along prospect of their a the labor corn cheap can for a map the third of of over S rsr foeodd he No is it the mortal poor anda yprcim Fifth their IIIMII 11 mtaa tug t+L4 I TtUt o + U w TlJw IwrW iL- II I8uunvlriof oti that ymuwbdddserlao uvut Su ttil l C =f 0 r Jt It vft rlet I frt 1 f i I l1tIi I ry luildin i Material II ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM sBEH =h Doors and WimlowB Shingles c Lime and Cement Builders Hardware j Paints Oils etc I i ESTIMATES JCIlEEitFurI Y I FEEDSTUPFS an J Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc 1l in le P W S Ellison us hu T INCOMPLETE census returns show that there is a marked tendency on the part of tho people of the United States to live In towns of 8000 inhabitants andD of tho popula over The per centago tion now living in cities is about SHI out of of 100 persons tfitTHE National Association of Mexican War Veterans will meet in Cincinnati September 13 and 14 and the local Com mittee on Entertainment has arranged a very enjoyable programme for the pleasure of the Veterans Mexican Veterans are expected from all over the country as it Is probable that this will be the last formal meeting of the National Association the members of which are all now upwards of 70 years of age ttttTuG official statistics of tho wheat crops of the world for 18991000 Cave just been compiled by the Department of Agriculture They show that in the countries of the Southern Hemisphere of whose wheat crops ore commonly inolud ed in statements of the worlds wheat th crops the production will hardly fall less f than 100543000 bushels This is 10 r 000000 bushels short of last years pro duction Australia and Chili are the only countries showing any material re for ductions tttt Tits people of Now York and the II East have from time to time been veryA 4muchscandalized and wrought up be cause of race prejudice and race wars in the South and the recent distressing I outbreak in New Orleans called forth h from all the Northern Republican newspapers and notoriety loversa very ava t tlanclleof abuse for Southern white pea ple and violent expressions of burning love for the colored friend and brother r So what ore we to think of thocrace I war that broke out In New York City last week A negro killed a policeman and in no time the whites were slug It gins cutting and shooting every unfor tunate whose face chanced to bo black v or tan Every negro was run to cover and the scenes on the streets of New t York rivalled those that disgraced New Orleans a short time ago It seems to t wake some difference yet whoso ox is goredCllnton Democrat fc No fig heatrlfietteHS b Inquiry on State street last week fail ed to show any noteworthy results of Senator Hannas visit to Boston A few contributions to the national campaign fund are assured but they are chiefly t tfrommen who havo always been gen irons givers to the party Even in + 4 these cases the contributions are decid edly less than they were four years ago I while a good many moneyed men who actively in service In 18DC helping t I raise the fund have done nothing it that way this summer This disposesI of the widespread stories that I recent visit was the occasion for ratshl a big Campaign fund here No fuelI fund has been raised in Boston 0 the contrary the Boston attitude has rather disappointed Mr Hanua Bos ton Advertiser DURING the civil war as well as in ou lute war with Spain diarrhoea was of tho worst diseases the army had contend with In many instances it be came chronic and the old soldiers stillI Buffer from it Mr David Taylor o I Wind Itidgo Greene Co Pa is ono oI these He uses Chollc Cholera an Diarrhoea Rcmed ho nova- found anything Itwould give him such quick relief It is for sumo by Cow t rgill Cowgill Hlcktnnn and A M haw State Line druggists n Before Deciding on Your Summer Trip j Look up rates routes and tram sere vice via the Mobile Ohio R II to Waukesha Wis Niagara Falls N Y i Pat in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo and i Colorado Springs Col Muckiuac Is land Mich Chicago Ill St Paul fi r11iuu Minneapolis Minn St Louis I c Mo and many other resorts North East and West Low rates superior service This company has in service a complete line of now vestlbnled conch- oeI and sleepers Their summer sahed- ules l arc unsurpassed close connection is made at St Louis Union Station for I i lallprominent Summer resorts Special I Mobile Ohio representative meets all I Incoming trains at St Louis and sees to the transfer of passengers to tho con I necting lines attends to sleeper reser io vation etc Summer tickets ou sale it from June 1st to September iiOth limit t ed to ueturu passage to October aist 1000 for rates tickets and full Inform J tion apply to Ticket Agent 011 SHEPARD Gen Pus Apt I I I 4 Mobile Ala i t lit n1 t- w isk L Iuw S10XIFIOANT CHANUE Senator Wellington declaration that Maryland will gist at least lfi000 ma jority for Bryan is significant spec tally when It is considered that all lib life up to tho present ho has boon n He publican nUll that ho was a strong sup porter ot McKinloy in 18WJ General Qrosvunor himself in his uso tluiatos concedes Maryland to tho Dem carats That State was carried lo Me Kiuley in 1890 by 180978 votes as against 101 745 for Bryan A Doino crone majority of 10000 in 1900 would mean a change of 47000 votes trom Me Kiuley to Bryan Causes similar to those also opor ate also in other States For Instance the continued crusade which Senator Hoar of Massachusetts has waged1 ngalust tho imperialistic policy of tho administration has not failed to produce ouoct in tho State ho represents oven though ho himself has decided to rennin stanch in his Republican nt tuchmout Mon who are not as deep politics us Senator Hoar will not have tho sonic scruples against voting they think 1re eneda Tragedy Timely information given Mrs Ceo Long of Now Straitsvillo Ohio saved two lives A frightful cough hud long kept hur awake ovary night She had tried ninny remedies and doctors but steadily prow worse until urged to try r Kings New Discovery One bottle wholly rated her lull she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long n severe attack of Pneumonia Such earns are positive proof of its polemic to cure all throat chest and lung troubles Only Elk and 8100 Guaranteed Trial bottles free at all drug stores STUDY AM KEAUINC There is an excellent hint to educat ors in the following assage from an ad dress by Prof Judxoii It would bo far hotter if our secondary schools required fewer subjects and gave more time to each of thembettor- If our college graduates had fewer smat terings and more knowledgebetter if more mature people would read Stewart Mill and Herbert Spencer would read history and ethics and philosophy and less of tho molltlons gabble of em phemeral literature The multiplication of studies in the schools 1s an evil which flails its complement in that desultory light reading latter days In the ono vase the 3hild u distracted and bewildered bye mere variety and as if this were not enough of itself to destroy discipline and thoroughness there is the added mistake which comes from trying to make the path to knowledge a highway piaulcs and junkets There must be nothing disagreeable in study but vcr I hops while the play is on tho subject may become Inuoonlated with wisdom unawares Chicago TunesHerald Mother Tells How She Saved Her MUle Daughters wife I am tho mqther of eight children and ave had a great deal qf experience with medicines Last Summer my littleI daughter had the dyscntry in its worst form We thought she would die I ried everything I could think of but nothing seemed to do her any good I saw by an advertisement in our j111p6J that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recom manned and sent and got a bottle at onto It proved to be ono of the very beat medicines wo oer bad in tho house saved my little daughters lifo Ian anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is Hud I known at first it would have saved mo a great deal of anxiety and my daughter much suffering Yours truly MKS GEO V BUKDICK Liberty R I For smile bv Cowgill Cowgill Hickman nnd A M Show Sunlit Line druggists Illinois Central E R OF INTEREST T- OSTOCKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend time An nual Meeting at Chicago The Board of Directors of the Illino- Central Railroad Company at U rieotinp held July 18 1UOO adopted tho following preamble and resolution prtr 1807 authorizing tho free transport companygio of the annual meeting of tho Htockbold uors was reconsidered and amended so Li to read as follows RESOLVED That until the further order of this Board there shall be iaauctd to each holder of ono or more shares of tho capitol stock of the Illinois Control tlto01 to Companyi llllneiix herIparson ticket to bo good for tho journey to Ol cugo only during time four days imino diatcly proceeding and tho day of UK meeting and tho return journey from Chicago only on tho day of tho meetingr and tho four days immediately followingf when properly countersigned and stumpI ed during business hours that is to sujI v between 000 u mils and 500 p mIn tin otTco of tho Assistant Secretary Mr W G HIIUKNt in Chicago Such ticket millIIIV bo obtained by any registered holder o rr- J stock on nimlcation in writing to tin President of time Company in Chicago Knoh application i inat state tho tfull name and address of tho stock hold or together with number mind date off plono holding ol ntock as registered on tin books of the Company By order of the Board of Directors A O HAOKSTAPP Secretary The noxt annual mooting of the stool holders of tho Illinois Control Ruilroai Company will bo hold at tho olllco ol tho Company in Chicago on Wednos day Sept 20 1000 at noon For U purjoso of this meeting tho Stock Trunn ololUJI1 I vI fi o rr Census MclllOllS f I Hngland has n system of Inking tlio column at lleast HO far as applies to iho actual count of hoads whiolv nj pii w decidedly curious to tho Atuarltmu The count Is all mule in one night Tin i ilnccomplishod through tho sill of ih police and tho housoholdors ot the killrI ilom On the day before that deoidrdl n for taking tho census blanks lira dil lIatitlwreofi other fiicts about every person who BleojH under hit roof that nlfthtI KxpONillon text Sunnuer Time put lmcrlau exposition to 1p held at Buffalo least niiminor promlMH another urohlloctural triumph equal lo those of tho Worlds Fair at CJIIOHKO and the exposition of 1808 at Omaha which will not only bo gratifying but significant in ilomonstrnting that such nrclilovcmonts can bo repented ns of ton as need bo without taxing the origi unlit of our architects and on uuOhoc oasion furuUhiiig now Hurl keen emir prlsos in their closigns null trvntiuont of groat building Hchouioit I III 11tlltlAI Mm Jane Thomas thu moUiarof Mni Siillie Parlmui died nt time homo of her ion Willie Thomas at Sharon TalrD- AUK 2H1 1900 HI011 SI ygtrR Aunt Jane had boon feeble for three Ynn oj BWV She IOIIVM Circa sons and a dfitqiktw and many roiitivon and rlwndw toinonm her doaUi Nine mitnlhs ego her hbx band died Tis haul to give up futhrr and mother but we hope to moot thorn in Heaven on that haply gulden flliore at the judgment dy Tu rc is n mount chair at houir inJlcr corner for grand ma isi owning IIC1full lid her lluv tog husband f R P LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE 11 R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turriuut bujrjfi surrey carriages wife twun Irv Uuatomp- rserve withroUrtNY and XICJlitfn ta tronago solicited otophone Il BW I BariraJ S ieetiar lo tyro Dielelhrink r iDRALHR is Fancy jirocerics and Provisions MIQKMAN KUNTUOKl pr PIIHH DHblVm 1If Tolispliono Sloro No 91 t ilcOt idcncc No 00 A F OLIViER Blacksmith and UndertaKer HIOKMAN KI3NTUOKV IVBMK A TltlAI when jmt t4 tu IJWalonepealIst Undertaker Good Common Itetewo and Jtolltl LeR W dent CefnLNndavu III4U p 1litlel np In thuti u ijoe and mil r r able price Olte nu a nut1 s Sgi HlIrl near thf Jitit ru InnIIIIHicH rIV NoCleI k- FULTOkcIltCUIT tioUMT IL C Amborg Plaintiff i against 1vj1 UIr Gee D lotl8 ldHrGtoImlt i I Notice is iiurolqr givrn ti thrCr drrs UIPfI r cult Court under nn order ill the 111styled CUUKO will attend Mt his ollln pat the Corner or JackwMi sad lelilllkY streets from tho late hereof until thlSt q1adpnr 01 claims against said Jw Ient Hud mitt all clainm nut prirsunled to him and lnton as required by law within the IJino fipcfilltd ulwvo will be furnvor ImrrH W IMAYLOIS Muster Comr Fulton Circuit tiBy TOM DIMXIV Su Del11 I J omiiifN4ii m iN Roller rpUllm oiruMiT caner rl D A Luton adinr IlHintlir raaitlt R iut pfy N IyI Circuit Court under an order its tt Rolllcuiliinthe1 19kI i proof or oltdnw against said lllrc Jr 111 and that nil uluhllil nut pruaentHd III It i nnd nruvun iw r i1obarred r 1V11rllL011 GurtByIt S 5 1 II m T h A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER Tlio WRHKLY AMHIUQAN the Load- tugI Southern Wuukly till Oot Otli 1000 null u Ouuss inn 8tifiOOO Corn UuoMiuff Contest for only 10 Cotit Wntehua Vreo Sand 10 cents to the 1Vuokly Anon can Nashville 1nmimi nUll you wm hu wnt the WooKly till IwtdliiK weekly of the south till Oct 5 WOO Yon amt tilII- lit hUll n UUMH in time 83BO curII guess oontwt JutwM nuinlMT of grains on uu aveniKit size our of whito liullitn corn Iriifltlt SW Inchon ilinmutur nt largo cull gtt inolins in middle 2t inohtw nt small ontl J iiiulius To time sub srrlboror Hulworibors Jiniuiii tho cor Itt or nwutMt correct number of irraiiu Ion the ant wo will glue SlMu in cash It more thiui nee correct gutuetthu amount will illvidod rime our of corn has boat jilncuil in time AiiMinonn National tank unliuihiKl nUll 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