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U i uFy 1 Rr- I r1 a JtyrJt i 7 oft Y 1 f Avv vu JIIt V c F7rBCE HICKM i COURIER tic I ft I J V Wf v f V f os = = c If r OLDEST NEWSPAPER II J56TEB3ST KENTUCKY c = = = c A F r Zy ESTABLISHED 1859 lIICKM AN FUIlfON COQ 1l SL11IiI 19qO t COL XXXV NO 41 Fulton Circuit Court trim September term of tin+ Fultonr gtruult tt of1UnQtJ SlandavJudg ItoblJMgpyfejonli und pruddhg Com AttyVlmxfrfflun wns nbKonl on account of stqlinesS and Mr 8 II Cropland np IJl torm1hu thief 3 lyOJWupleU in trying inlHilohiwnor CUM cjk und u number of such ewes have Lceiri trial and this iniKwo l Only ono nvtaton for tho pen that of Jim WI Icy for horde Ktunling 2 ywtra- UKAM JUICY John W Hlylho fonnimn W U it J r n1pHJIJ J Final1J4IIHALLAII IKTIT JlUV MayoeJ11AIUlmottI Albert tlruvo Ip II Ilrnry 1L H Rob IIVIIIIIIII1 well Jo llallurd A U Klrabru T F uyiLml W M Stalling A King W H MliiT IYK linrkou f Tin HAMILTON HKVIVAh jSl LouU TUpnblio J Spoakor Hundenonri declaration in n public RH ah that tho doatrillOH Of Hamilton must lx the tUatwunl of the hour load to an inquiry mi to what are tho donlrhiR of Hamilton 5anatur Henry Cabct Lodge Rcpub Ifeftiu of MasiaohuxutU in hU Life of Hamilton IItnttll thoiii tu follows Tho Hoimblio of Hamiltou was to bo an Artatoarallo dUtiiiKuUhcd front a Ucmocratlo lUtinbllc nud tho power of the separate Status way to bo utruot naliy crippled The lint object to ho- attatnal by committing tho choice of weretoolaxn of the commnnityqnaUHMl to vote by tbo pomion of a ccrtaiu amount of real property Tho iiocond was to bo Bbaurtxl byKlviUK ti tho Prosidiut of the United Stater the nppotuttaeut of the Oovitruors of the vatjoiw Stator who were to have a veto on all State whyboi auntiuearw to tho Hrituh modal than any other by tholr recognition of olas mi and of JI91lolltlgal nKttAl qr mparty wail tatlitEtItito suporuedb omirelv tho confederate form1 1 If IDOla doatriuuA arc to bo the text word of the hour the Auiurioau nation will preach a sermon on that text in Kovouiber wlifoh will forevur put tho dpotrinufl of Hamilton where the foro allioni of the gruatost Kopubllo on onrth I put thorn loop down in tho crave Tin Souths Fault or Course Tlio South ltater of the North are not i rhajxt vyr many nowadays but they are unohaOKvublo and InwirriKiblB Tho Ilillndolphla Prew blames the South now for tho Now York and Ohio racfl prejudice deviltutmt It says To Ohio Iwlonp the illsgrsuo of try iiiK to copy more oliHuly than any other Xorthurn State the lawlm nmtliodA om ploye l in Southern Status to punish tho arlmo of nijM Hut while JhlblIIa Imve had moro ovldunaori of the mob spirit in reuunt yonra than other NortUuru States thoro 1si ovary ovltltlnao tlnt the mutepir it is growing tiUowhere w well an lu Ohio JteonntovontH inNow York City show how oosy It tH to colleot u mob which for n nhort time win take postiHMion of u large oily in spitm of the uirortH of the antlioritliw 1 hu evident growth of this spirit may wull alarm thinking people It hiwrtMMm fost rod by the lentuoy with wluoTi hIM 1I111011 in the South lass IHJOII trotted TIll miiKtoH have HOCII Iwllot IIOZOH stuffed elections solon l gtslatunm nUll Uovornorn ol+ sup by fraud nail crimes oomiiMttw with im punity aunt they havo argued that if these tilings could ho Bono without pun ialniiont by others why umild thoy not iilsobroctk the low with safety riley have uonoludod that thoy could do it and tho result is tho rotes riots Quid lynohiiiK that bravo disgniuMl many Htutiw So lung an tlumo orimofi wow oonilnod to tho South Northern opinion uouuurn end itself little Hut oveutM in Ohio thofai South Iii lermatttng unlusH it bi throttled thus section will Seoul bocomo as notorioux for riots maul lynching an the South Of course this is till rot about tho Now 1 York and Ohio moba being emboldened by remembering tho loniunuy by which Inwlmwnww lu tho South has boon troat CM Thogoinobs didnt romomber any thing They simply got mad mend lost their reason HUo till mobs du overy whore lint supposing It vero other wlso people who sit under such wholo HOUIO tHiohingf iw UICHO of tho Press it ought not to bo loci Into temptation and astray by the Southern hetitnon ought they Tho barbucand 1pionio ut Stublw Park Wudnwday for the bunullt of tho Guthoho Oliuroh at niokmaiiwiwun txr cudon of much nlewuro und omoymenU had though good taste anti ordor In nil urmnBOHionta and npiointments and+ whltu well attended wiw not a source of net revenue us wim dusurvu j reII r y mmmmmmmmmmmmm tfftmntmmm mnfmn 1 1 I I 1 == EllisonsI Bull iii r i r = It Of somc of the G i S offered r- I T 1t ff t I j I I laught r Sale- r ilII = 1- rr 4 3Ix r A 1 e Y B150 Suits for 81000 v wtE i 25c ichs 50c Fancy Shirtsii = Straw Hats at Half Price y f f L 411 = 8110J ffor 3150 Childrens Suitsf IftJ Xy = R f E tie for Lawn and Batiste wortHJOc EE 5c for 75c Fancy Shirts v n r fi = 1 Et1c Yard Wide Domestic wort6c- 50c ti t = J for Slippers that were 150ffiid 100 SiOO Ladies Shoes and SlippfcrJ gkre S200q clj jI 50 qtt 3= Carpets lid fallings at Slaztg1de Priccx i fir t = J 8345 Mens Suits that were 5Qf Vjt i Rd I = 750 pleats Fine Suits that weriSltyOO d t =29c Ladies Shirt Waists wortlijSfcl = I Ie Palm Fans i I = 3c Japanese F aDst Jt fL t5c Ladies Linen CoHnlst v 1 1t 15c Misses and Cltildren Fahey Q iv oitandt 30ctr r r jw = These arc only a few of the gQqgth c 1 Yf I iS1i i ra r L P s Ellison r r I I Hickman Ky y Illlla1 I11 1 1J llllllalll 1llll1 l1 llllmU11U ImIIIIIUIIIIIIIIU1I UJllUlb 1611111a1111 a1 m111 1611i 1 I THE NEW ELECTION LAWr About Which Democratic Sen timent is Crystallzing 0A Frankfort Hpecial to the Cinciunut- tEtululrar satij+e Tim Democratic logis atones have boon quietly dioutwiiig th nmln fHituro to Ira incorporated in new ahwtion law end it is announcedI that a bill has boon practically ngree d iiKM The featiiros of tho roposod inMMurc are an followu- SUito ISIectlon Conmiinsion of throe membcrH ono to ho selected by time goy irnlng authority of thin Demoorntic jiar ty one by tlio scene authority of the Re publican party and the third to bo elected by the Legislature Tho latter willI bo chairman but to have no veto except whoro thoothor two dlsagrco Count hoard to contain throo momberH ou Holected by DomocnitH ono by Itopuhli cans tho third bv tho County Judge the latter Commlwtionbr to have no voto except in OIIKO of u tie It will provide for univermil registra thou In city town village Quid country precinoU do away with jMirty dovicon on the ballot und provide for tho prosor vntlon of all the balloU for rcaxonablo timo after each oloution Tho election otllcord urn tu bo appointed from tho two princiuil parlloH j authorities to furnish tho name of thoso thoy want iii utuQllythatludgohtwith general approval cud it is moro than likely it will ho enacted into a law ns soon as pawlblo JIt is an absolute ro peal of the present law and cannot bo unfair to oitiiur imrty No Prisons lor WOIIWII Austria iis tho ono country in tho world which never puts n woman iin prison Instead of giving u woman crim anal KO many months in jail silo is Kent no matter how terrible is her record tu ono or other of tho convents devoted for tho puriKwo and kept there during tho limo for which nho is Kontenccd Tin 11111fllhUIlion tho only bar to egroxs being a nut who IIOU 1111 jnirtross lust as in other convents Washington Timos MM Jenniq Summers put sister Miss Mattiu Oman of Luke county Ton noasoo visited Hines loo Harper lastt week I DoJ i IJj II J g ilIi il I 9a UJ8 kare to add i 1ifll f LW9I e I a 1 Millinery I I DeopartmontT- O i THEIR STORE r i Je f lr trcliidcdOQr hy rrinnnera fully dfniMitPntI in uverr- q a vscnso elf the word f ittt eR11o will puro nC1 paine or oxoiiKc to 4 inakQ this Impart t ynt at fully mJ4Ul tDate ne can i lie fuuud ill t I 1It section I iiI i AS B Shaws Sonsjj 40ri I S S I t r II02 i ri rt d h IA DI ORCE iI0 CIVILIZA A TION 1 Allied Soldiers Guilty ot Fear a t fnl AtroOitile in vr R 111 0 China E I Tho atrocities committed by tim allied kct j soldicnt in China between Tiiku stiedrr c Peklujpould not be believed except that r Q- v 1 tho rylorty are verified by samooielar 4 own American olllcers but being truDi 1i l lhs tHby are a deepdyed disgrace to civil 4r+ I izationRobbery I a IcI few exceptions every town and village f n tile section traversed by the mica 1 hail peon looted The Russians are time 5 wore offenders with tho French also vjfcontributing largely in proportion to thcli numbers Tho Japanese British + t 1 nnd Americans are under better r Soutrot 9 tt Tho conduct of the Cossacks has been specially atrocious 4 i The sconoall along Yet Ho Valley t was ono bt destruction and thin suit I utorywhcro the uoncombattont ChlnesoJv cro hurdling in abject f1raBe1te r rbut not OYch abject submission wasuy Aprotection ft f I OPENED i 4 Yr KentuckysPolitical Campaigns I Y 2 f1 JJy proocrangcmont anti common con Jiscent the political campaign in Kentucky 1- I gas opened on Monday by Botfitho 11 great political parties and train now on I y thought may Ira said to ho fairly on and time indication aro that overy foot a off ground will bo stubbornly contested ti Governor Bcckhatn and exGovernor CW AtcOrcary made Epccchea atHoiidorson JFand an Immense and entha iasUc crowd rJ U reported Mr Ydrkca tho Republican nominee i for Governor opened his campaign it u Bowling Groan nndis also rol ast6o y Yahave been grectedby a largo and cntku J r 4glaustio audience Wi 11 1 Time Domocratio programme was to t bW 4 I = opeaieg M st fro firtCicspapg- rgunornlly fJQ followedoutuE In emu counties thospcakera failed to fill ap pointments The Republicans have u number of spell hinders on tho bocks From now on if you dont want to hear politics on the raging stump stay in I uoors or hide out- ALTQBLIIS WAltNIXd Former Governor John P Altgeld of Illinois warns tho Democratic National Committee to organize vigilance com mittccs to watch the count of ballots next November lie declares Republi icans are depending on fraud and crime at tho polls to carry the election and for that purpose havo raised 85000060 front trusts Democratic managers do not however take kindly to tho scheme But they say they will keep better watch this year than they did in 18W5 Mr Altgold says In 1888 Cleveland carried Kentucky by about 43000 ma jority In 1890 Mr Bryan got about 143000 moro votes than had been cast for Cleveland so lib evidently carried the Stato in tho neighborhood of 80000 votes Yet it was counted tor MoKin ley This was accomplished by moans of false returns and wholesale frauds committed in Louisville and in the mountain districts whore woro Repub lican Careful examination of tho returns from Ohio in 1896 showed there were j from 50000 to 70000 fraudulent votes counted In Indiana thoro were be tween 30000 unit 40000 moro votes re turned than were legally cast In Illi nois ovary method of fraud was prac raced that WWi known to man In hictigo careful comparison of tho vote returned in 1895 with the vote of prior years shows in tho neighborhood of 72000 moro votes returned than wero honestly cast at that election and 100000Ifraudulent votes ware returned Wo feel these ermines can bo prevented 1 believe that if our people will form vigilance committees in every pre eimtt of tho country make cl1rotnllisls of nit legal voters and then tako posi tip at tho polls when the counting is in jirojrrof and sue tlien is no fnl o count mode suit that votes cast for tho 4 Democratic ticket are not counted for Republican eniUlldSts thou wo will tho country from one end to the other Republicans will not bn able to eight States in tlio Union Washington teldgram to St Louis Ue public 57000 iii Arkansas The DviuoorutH win in Arkansas electing their tiuket by an lI timut d ann jurity of 57000 Thoro aus n small vote r LootJouudCourier rate cTno contu word eauh inser tion Personal mentions free r- r i I R e wf 1 It I 4 The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN PublUhor ITiCKMAX KENTUCKY IIw M SEPTEMBER J900 Sun lMonlTueIWad Thur Fri I i I Satii 23456789OJJ2J3J415 1617 18J9 22 22 j 23 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 lIf fhih PIiFiii Iti iRR I CURRENT TOPICS Chinese soldiers live on rico and cabbage There Tire nearly 2000 stitches in a pair of liand sewed boots The city of Peking consumes nearly 450000 tons of rice annually Usually with longlived folk the body is long and the legs short A British conianderlnchlcf while In active service receives J7S a week A Steam thawors are expediting the work in the mines of the Klondike this year The Cuban exhibit at the Paris Ex position has achieved a notable success winning 140 prizes The Harrlmnn Tenn cotton mill has received orders from England for 100000 pounds of thread The London papers report that Itiohnrd Lc Galllenne the poet is again to visit this country next win ter on a lecturing tour The princess of Monaco is the first Hebrew to sit on an European throne She was born a Miss Heine and her irst husband was the late duke of Jiichelieu The postal savings bask system IB In operation in Austria Belgium Canada France Hungary Italy Netherlands Sweden and in most of the colonies Rosewood and mahogany are so plentiful in Mexico that some of tIlt copper mines there are timbered with rosewood while mahogany is used as fuel for the engines- A Moses in the person of a beauti ful fullblooded Indian woman has appeared among the Delawares Chickasaws Cherokees and Creek and is leading them into a new prom Shed land in Mexico profeatIJgnif In Manila There are a lrN 1 1dozen lawyers and an equal number of dentists and doctors Murat Ilalateads memories of To peka are not the pleasantest He has delivered public speeches there three times and each time has been intro duccd by u wrong name France imposes a heavy export duty on everything transported from and an import duty upon everything carried into her colonies unless it is conveyed under a French flag A hundred thousand tons of coal were handled in St Thomas pantah West Indies twice during the past Sear the Itamburg American line us ing more than 0000 tons per month o It has been found that smallpox patients ore least marked when kept in rooms darkened with red curtains Sunlight passing through a red me w diem loses its chemical power It g thus prevents smallpox from taking a confluent form Camille Saint Sacns the famotr French composer has become very inear sighted so that it is almost not too much to say that he is blind What little work he Iis doing now It with the aid of the strongest glassc and at great risk to himself The time of the Roman occupation of Britain five distinct species of dogs were there most of which can with flrtalnty be identified with those of the present day There were the house log the greyhound the hull dog the setter and the slowhound Manila is rapidly putting on its American clothes You see Americanj signs on every street and although most of the businesses so far are imall the laywill come when there will be large American stores there handling all kinds of American goods Jrhlnbamboo tubes are fastened tQI carrier pigeons in China to protect them from birds of prey When the lilrd is in motion the action of the air through the tubes causes a whistling sound which alarms birds like the hawk and keeps them ut a respectful distance All clauses in China dress by im perial command and when the Peking Gazette announces that the em peror has put on his winter hilt on a day prescribed by centuries unvary lug astronomical custom all China does likewise aJ turns OWl the chair cushions exposing their winter sideThe present mikado of Japan is seen much more in public than most of his predecessors He is described as short but well proportioned and mite cular President Loubct of France IH a musician He not only plays the piano and violin with remarkable skill but composes some music of no mean order y The supreme court of North Coro Una has sustained a decision rendered p In Burke county imposing a fine of 1000 on a railroad company for hav Jog given on annual pass to a door Jcetper ut the legislature in 1897 I NEW YORK RAGE WARS A Colored Woman Starts a Serl ous Row on Ninth Avenue l Wnn Taken In Charge llf the i Isiie Ulcer She llnrely Knenped Ly n i III HIT ll nu teary glob Olher Trouble New York Sept 4n apple corIthrown by a colored boy which struck llilliam Kohlos a white nine caused a smalll riot between whites and blacks in West Port tlghtJl street Monday afternoon which was quickly qucllcii by a force of patrolmen Kohles la n vender Monday after noon he was driving through Forty eighth street when ho passed n crowd oT small colored boys and was struck in the back of the neck with the polio of on npple The man was tabbedI in the neck u week previous by a col ored man the cut requiring several stitchesThe became very angry at the boy and after catching him slapped his face n umber of times A colored man finally struck the vendor in the face knocking hits down rhoIexchange of blows attracted a crowd and throats were made against the colored population It Is alleged Kohles drew a revolver and threat ened to shoot the first colored mss in sight About tho same hour that this occurred a colored woman armed with a hat pin and n razor nearly caused another riot on Ninth avenue She was taken In charge by a policeman and followed to the West Thirtysev enth street station by n crowd of 300 men and boys who wanted to lynch her A non who mid he was Michael Grannln was standing at Thirtyninth street and Ninth avenue when tho women approached him They exchanged n few wordjnud the woman attempted to stab Grannln with n hat pin Grannln succeeded In dodging Then the woman drew a razor and attempted lo slash Grannln Finally a policeman caught the woman and secured possession of the razor IJe fore he reached the station house the crowd hind Increased and there were cries of lynch heel Half a dozen policemen finally Wished up and kept the mob at a distance After the woman had been taken into the police station her husband appeared on the scene Threats were made to lynch him also but a large number of policemen finally succeeded in driv ing the mob away G A R ENCAMPMENT Adjourns fter Electing OAcern for the Ensuing Year and Selecting Denver for the Jet MeetlnK Chicago Aug nThe G A R con vention was called to order promptly at 9 oclock by CommanderlnChlef Shaw The committee appointed to consider the report of the common derinchlef approved of it with the exception of his recommendation of an effort to secure the change of the date of memorial day from May 30 to the last Sunday in May The report was adopted The report of the committee on pen lion was adopted The main feature of the report was n petition to con grens to pass a bill providing for a court of appeals to act immediately on the thousands of pension applica Lions now pending and which court of appeals shall have final jurisdiction Pension matters being disposed of the election of officers was taken up and resulted in th elcction of the followingCommnnderlnChlefreo Ilassleur St Louis Sensor Vice CommanderE C Mil liken Portland Me Junior Vice CoimnanderFrank Seamen Knoxvllle Tenn Surgeon General John A Wilkins Delta O- ChaplalnlnChlefRev A Drahms San Quentin Cal The officers were all elected by ac clamation The place for the next annual en campment was then taken up There was no contest for the honor of en tertaining tflevcterhns in 1901 Den ver apparently being the unanimous choice of the delegates and the bid of the western city for the distinction met with no opposition HON ARTHUR SEWALL Ilia Condition Unchanged and Illi Death Is Expected at Any Moment Bath Me Sept IThe condition of lion Arthur H Sewall was un changed at midnight He had not regained consciousness and it was stat ed by the physicians that there win absolutely no hope of his recovery ills death is expected at any moment and he probably will not cone out ol the stupor in which he hafl lain slut he was stricken The family is about the bedside awaiting the end Mr Sewall wins seized wWi an at tack of apoplexy at 10 oclock Sunday night Depcrndo Shot to Denti- lllurrlsburg Pa Sept 4 Franclt It Itohm alias Jones known at Shorty n desperate criminal wcu shot to death by a party of farmers in the vicinity of EKzabethville Pa He hail committed many robberies in the vicinity Turn Girls Hhot llr Boy Hunter Arapahoe Neb Sept fIenll Stag emeler and Minnie Noltmelcr each about 14 years old have been shot supposedly by two boys named Hoi lowly wJfbWercThuhtlng The shoot log is supposed to be oq accident SHOCKED so DEATH Ivrp totlcemcu Killed mill Klrvcn inJurrdTelephone nnd Hlevtrla Light Wires Ileciiine Cruimcd St Louis Sept 4Twa policemen wore killed Monday night by cleotrlp shook sustained while they wero us- Ing the police telephone and eleven outlier ottlccra were Injured in the+ same manner The dead Nicholas Bookman and John P Loouoy The men hall gone to patrol boxes J on their bents to call up headquar ten When they touched the r aelJJ vers to place them to their ears they were knocked n distance of ten feet fnlllng limp to the ground Both dlc half n11 hour after being convened t the hospital The other eleven patrolmen hind their hands burnt and suffered from j i shock but none were seriously Injured i The electric light wire that caused the catastrophe wins operated with n pressure of 8000volt FATALLY WOUNDEDI In n SlriiKKle lle vreii n Iei iitx SlierlfT nnit Tuu AlleKeil lltre3 Thlevcn One AVn Shut St Paul Mina Sept 4AI SturgIs S D special says ltd Dlttimm and Hnrrln Hanson alleged horse thieves whose oapturo was ono of the niQsr exciting in time statoH oHmlnitl Mll tory assaulted Deputy Sheriff Frank j SmIUi while he wax locking up the cells for the night They pearly overpowered him captured hits keyft and tried to lock min In IfaiiRon and Smith were in a life and death struggle and tho ofllaor managed to get his arm free 11r111I his revolver and fatally woiinillhv Dlttmnn The otllcer then regnlHxl control nnd kept his prisoners qHtrr until help arrived Dlttman 01 Just out of bed from the wounds recoivert when he wn captured A TRAIN DERAILED JHnelneer limlnnlljr Killed A Doien or Store Pn nencem Were More or Len Injured Freeport I1U Sept 4The Chicago A Northwestern passenger train the left Chicago at 4H5 Moinjay after J noon due at Freeport at 753 was derailed j near BIdot in this county re- sultinS In a frightful wreck AU the cars left the track The engineer 1 Patrick n tIn went yver the embank ment in llls engine and was instantly killed Twelve or fifteen were more or less Injured none seriously The occident was caused by spreading rail as the train wall rounding a eurrr The engine ran 300 feet on the tip before It went into the ditch earn ing baggage ear with it 1 AMERICAN BATTLE SHIP The Tern Indiana 3aiincbn lb Kearvarire unit Kentueky V the At liar Harbor Me Bar Harbor Me Sept The United States battle ships Tejas In diana Massachusetts Kenmanje and Kentucky arrived here at Ii oVluck Monday and anchored west of the flagship New York During the fre noon a committee of selectmen and the hoard of trade paid an official visit to llr Adm X IL ianjuhar J The visit was immediately returned 1hLieut Jen Sohoflold U F A re tired Itr Adm Upxhur amid President Johnston Livingston at the liar Har bor rending room- ELECTION IN ARKANSAS Entire Democratic Ticket Hexled- Iljr lion Jeff Dual for 00Irrnor AVn Kleeted Little Bock Ark Sept 4TlIr en tire democratic ticket headed by lion Jeff Davis of Pope county for gov ernor was elected In Arkansas Mon day Early returns Indicate that the vote will be lighter than was expect i ed II L Kvmmcl the republican can j didate for governor made n good oh owing and his Increased vote two II years ago will probably reduce the usually large democratic mujorit There was no opposition to time demo cratic ticket fpr any of the ofllre except the goernorlIjIia t f Day nt Winnipeg Winnipeg Man Sept 4The wv enth annual celebration of Labor day was engaged in great enthiiMlaRin Mon day with 1500 union men and thou sands of citizens of all classes The parade WOlf over two miles long and It included the fire brigade 25 u noni and five band and the military besides 1 tummy floats of bMnlnes hoi MV gaily decorated Stnhheit to Death J Chattanooga Tenn Sept 4louIi Motz and J1 A Sjirlggs prominent young Inca bccunu involved in n ditll culty at a inner at VallombroHa Man day night In which friends on both waslhterfound j knife stab Motz surrendered at 1 oclock with the remark Thrj ny 1 J have killed a malIKilled Dy HU Sun Cedar rapids la Sept 4 While making a brutal assault upon his wife In a quarrel over a trivial innt tor A Woods a farmer living near Mnrtrilu I was shot and instantly killed by lmis j 18 year old Bon who was exonerated 1 by a coroners jury KxGor Lovellyn Demi WltcUia Kans Sept 4 KxOrv L D Lewellyn died very suddenly and unexpectedly of hurt failure at Ar 11 oclockMonday ti been in poor healtli for some time iIto FIFTEEN HKILLED jln Excursion Train Wrecked Nenr Hatfield Pa Sunday It AVn Itnnnlnir nt the hate or ThirtyFive MIIe nu Hour rued Crushed Smite the Hear lind of a Milk Trnlu perJthe appalling record of a rear end collision between an excursion train tad a milk train on the Bothlohom Beauo ing railway Sunday morning at lint told Pa 27 miles north of this city Of the killed 11 wore passengers on- t e excursion train and four wore on the milk train whloh as stated was it tiding at a water station whop wrecked by the excursion train The wreaked train consisted of ten IItctionIrIleoIIJiothluJlomtAllentown anI orrounding towns to Atlantic City Thift section carried only those per joins who lived in Bolhluhcm and Al- iikutown and loft the union depot In ltJilthem at 005 a in exactly 33 minute behind tho milk train Tho Litter train consisted of two milk irs and two passenger ooael w and hid stopped ut every station on the road from Itathlehohi on route to Philadelphia At 054 time milk train ircw up at tIll milk platform at lint tiUl sad in less than two infinites the special excursion train running It the rate of M miles an hour cram nl Into the milk train The locotno five ploughed through time two pas tiger coaches and crushed them R8 if they were egg shells TIll milk one immediately in front was also badly w rocked a The oxeursion train was a picture of indeeorfbable horror The looo niQtive bent anti Jjrokon iron and firmlyheld the bodies of Jts engineer and fireman beneath Its groat weight Behind the engine six of the ten ears are also a mass of wreckage Tho first cur was broken in twain and the oUier five ears were thrown on their sides completely de nibllshedr Nine persons were killed in the first flea cwa and the others in these coaches wens badly mammal 11 soup as the cnuh collie a terri ble cry rose from the smashed ran and those who had nut been injured quickly crawled or jumped from the can and wnt to the assistance of the Injured Many were pinned down by wreckage and had to be freed by time liberal use of axes With three or four exceptions the dead wore killed Instantly the others dying on their way to the hospitals All the Injured were first taken to a shed at the Hatfield station and the dread were removed to a barn Messengers were sent to the nearby villages for physi clans and a relief train Waa idle graphed for from Bethlehem With 15 doctors and half a dozen nurses a special train wan sent from Bethlo hem but before it retched the scene of the wreck it was signalled to return to Bethlehem an n itpoclal carrying nearly all the injuredt hind started for that place On the run tram Hatfield to the hospital three of the Injured ilea The special train arrived at Both iohem at 1130 arena wun opt by fully 5WO persons all clamoring to get n bit of rieWR of the wreck or trying to learn whether loved ones were among the victims The news of the wreck had reached Bethlehem at 8 oclock and spread like wildfire All the po Hocmen of the town were gathered nt the station and it wn with great silt ficulty that the injured wero moved to the waiting ambulances anti other vehicles which conveyed them to the hospitals There are conflicting stories as to responsibility fw the accident One version is that the engineer of the exQiirnlon train hind been warned at Souderton the station above lint field that a milk train wji a few minutes ahead of him Another story is that the train dispatchers ofllco In Philadelphia was at fault This train men refused to talk of time uroldent Fifteen hundred tickets hud been sold for time excursion to the seashore and it was to have been the last of the MWHon r Drowned In Hear Trnp I Louisville Ky Sept 3 Kdxvard Harrington 13 years old son of Jns Harrington a tobacco worker was bathing Sunday afternoon in the bear trap nt the foot of the new coral Severul youngsters hud gone in swimming there and young Har rington not noticing that the trap was open went too close and was pwept out Into the river Son of Veteran College andJpledgell500000 time Sons of Yetcrnnn are making active preparations to begin work on n national college which is to be dedicated to the grand army of tho republic and In commemora tion of the men and women of civil war times Col M V U Moore Auburn Ala Sept ICol Martin Van Burcn Moore died here Sunday nt the nge of 03 lie was a graduate of West Point and served as u colonel in the confederate army commanding a North Carolina regiment His wife lal known to the reading world as Betsy Hamilton Otl Succeed Wheeler Washington Septi3Gen OUR hiss becnsylcctIhi to fill the pjjst of com m4odil1goflicer of the department of the slakes made vtncaht Monday bj sib retirement of Ort Joe Wheeler t HE DEFENDS PECK Ola Not Act 1Iisennrleou4y to State Ilepreientntlvr lit the Inif- Ktpoiiltlon ClinritcJ =Now York Sept 3lho French line Rtoamor Ln Tournlno arrived from Havre Sunday In the cnbli was Arthur Valois United Status commlimloner to tho Paris exposition Ho defended Commissioner o U Ill ral Peck from tho cabled charge that liD hna acted discourteously to state rope reientative at tho exposition lit pMiklng of tho story that Mr Peck hud secretly worked to prevent Mrs Manning nnd Mm Potter Pal mor from being decorated by the French government he wild That IIs Impossible for I know how munch timings are dona The names for tin Legion of Honor nro handed in and passed on tholr merit I know that Mr Peck presented the tinmen or Mrs Manning Mrs Potter Palmer anti MlchdflJI Da Young for the order As to there being critlelMU over thure being so ninny reprenontutlToi from time United States nod tho slit ficulty of IJIPIII lug nil with Invitations to entertainments nil I can say In that there IU always trouble when n big1 enterprise like tho exposition Iis uwlor wuy Timers certainly are ninny nfileialg from tilts country to thn exposition Lit its F II llruenby T P now nrd F Mualc jrM and J W Chan U S N returned on IM Tuursllsau Tliey ate on their way frpm the Art uUc ft1stion to report to the rosy tie prntmentMM a daughter of Capt Bellly who wan recently klllwl III china and her aunt Mm Itloo Smith also arrived BANKED WITH FLOWERS The 1nnrrnl Service Over the lie tnnliin of the lnte Her Ur Ho Hl II rnllnmn Baltimore MilH Sept 3In the bountiful FHat lTHlverwill t clmreli whloh he MIW nil a vault of hits labor Dud his fnlth llev Dr lloyal If Pull man brother of time late George M Pullman the j yahoo mr infl nnto re ceived the last tribute from hit friends and parililuner Sunday The service took the place of time regular BMttdav morning service at two ehureh At 11 oclock the oaket con taining time remain of Dr Pnlhnan wn curried iHto life w notury and placed before the altar Ortat banks of Dowers almost hid it from Ight In the pews below the altar must the members of the dead pastor finally Rev Dr Jatne M Pullman of MIMM chimett his brother Mm Smith of Chlcngo his daughter Mrs George H Pullman hilt lion and others The linple service of the Unlvar aM t church wa rend by Kor n Chnrlrs H RAton of New Ydrk one of Dr Pullman friends and follow work era The Internment was at London Turk cemetery nod wan private RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN Three Killed and tine Irn In- Jured tit N Itsilvay Crnmntni- fenr Syracuse X V Syracuse N YO Sept aTIle fart mall train duo In thus city at M40 p in struck a earrVige containing four per plc nt Oswego Junction four suites wwat of here Sunday night Patrick J Holey of Syracuse Ellen Foley of Split Jtoek kiln sister and Joju ihlne F Blnnchard of Syracuse were killed and Mlahnel Mnroney was Injured The party were on a plemi ure drive 5IJItre Is no night logman nt OMwego Junction and another train standing on the track prevent ed the party from seeing the fallt- moll nppronch on the inside trAckat a speed of 40 unites an hour A 3lemurl l Itoiipltnl AMicvllle N C Sept 3 George W Ynnderbllt has started nn endowmvut fund for time Clarence Starker Memo mini h 011 Jilt n nt Blltmore Tho lion JIlt II I will be formally ojtenml Toter slimy It was erected In memory of Clarence hacker n cousin of the Van derbllts by his sisters Adele hue Barker Schmit and VIrginia Punly Barker Bacon Into nn Open Snitch Washington Sept 3Au accident on the CliBsniHokc Bench rAillitChewi eake Junction Md Sunday night caused the death of one inun and Injury to two others nil train hand and n woman pumongur The accident wean canned by an excursion train running into an open nwlteh and colliding with empty oars stand lug on the track TA SteernacInunKe Berlin Sept 3Owlng to the un usually heavy westward passenger ptlthumaster nod to the chartering of pow senger steamers by the Gennnn gay eminent far use In ChljieHe waters recentlyUnitedStatesA AVlieat Illoekinle Kansas City Sept IIhe exten HallwayConltcly occupied with cars of wheat which its lm ossiblo to snore It was tetlinated that there are 20 mile of wheat cars there Will ignore the rlted State Now York Sept 3A nome die KingLmmanmelenvoys to of ofJibfgpore Ranln New Cnlendr Itti uid that Russia uabout to adopt a new Calendar Each year contains 13 mouth of YntyeIght days each and begin on Mon day and rndrf tnSitunlay The mama fffalure Of this calendar it its apparent itabtmjr and In this it resembles the tvirahn remedy Hwteller1 Stomach Hitter wMph list hefdan Immovable oiltlon fur Mil a ttmtury Try it for indiBMtlon dygri Ma on tiwtion nervoua or Insemnsrlidt Leaure you get the genuine kindly Mails h Troublesome ToterI must uy 111 hat i consider you lhave brekxin your prOlt to your Young conititnonts legislatorIteell7 Mr IIIklt1 m awfully wry dont your leno w but U55lf r i I think 1 can make another just a l Chicago Inter Ocean ieeasyA 1ttlIInr where attar a years wffermt Inmrtkter- ohef trap Riven two pmo a Iflr ra s- Irotion Nfiict tattle Mormwi of tWaft t hanssa wrote One bottle of your IotioB cured myself tar leolhcr pf Sirs 11tv- of over a y adpd Melding Iron wbirk we ii t obtIMIh J- lalI In hen St ew se elk re fln free wiNpc f- MtuiU testias Ia ana vt UIMH or 1 otkm Soap Tow Much for Him HrfUrVaWa that tekpsgsil MlUt rh M1the eeesr fimuwe11K 1IltarCbimmesalssiMgii f The llenl 1rrerlptlen fur Churls amid Fever to II bottle of Oiw rt lILITow Ula simplytloeehN Taatasselesslorm Norurrwpgy If a weaae wits to week tU ttenwlp step M Err bushiest sherII h i N I pitmmethe ttftct of tirn qaiebeO- mswreppttAtehloa tkuitMTcU Cllafcc To Cure a Could In Cine liar Take IJU UTC Drano CImjiMiTrtlHs p- dnpgblsrettimdIerleey1IIMMlosirs t- Seise Tina mil wstrnwbare 1lltU1 tMs dllralr hanIInd sre Rood tka-yo bum mrwh i iiflknU to ratCi iec hlr SWt WomenThink r About This In addressing Mrs Plnfiham you art oom tnunlcatlnff with A Woman A woman whose expe rience In treatingfemale Ills Is greats than that ofanyHvktgmersenf mate or female She has fifty thousand such testimonial letters as we areconstantlypub lishing showing that Lydfa E Phkhams Vegetable Compound Is dally re lieving hundreds of suf fering women Every woman knew some woman Mrs Pink ham has restored to healthMrs ffnkhmnt makes no statements she cannot prove Her advioo Is freeL dial liikh m 1fdiaLrae atssa NEBRASKATHE OF PLENTY 4 wonder why it Is that so many men spend their days vrorkinfrhard on rented farms barely m ing- enough to got along with no great prospect ahead of owning their own horaofl when within a low plentyNebraskawhoro grain and fruit can be raised with tho least amount of labor wlaro cattle and hogs fed on corn bring a cllmatoisschools abound whoro land is cheap and can bo bought on very easy terms wantInformationto abeautifullypaper that tells nil about Nebraska NobrL8kaGrnzlng alargeTuesdaysof excursiontickets rondtogonndyourticketP S EUSTIS CI Iusr All c e a 011 CHICAGO ILL MONEYFOR SOLDl RSIIIelfl Miinomillerfabandoned1 WYDotoidparasunu lOtaawe 1 a J I e T1LLNEGOTIATTIN Np 3Iarked Advancement Made In tpjlogrnni to Withdrawing For rjlign Troops Troll China r Proposition Advanced lo Have Prim CO Ohlnar Return and Act as lead of the Government I i J 1 L J L I InsMecrttaryi I lrst A l of Mintla It Hill imuiiirit the Dulles of Itt- Acllnjr 1 1 rnd of the tllale I lletnrliuetit It f I Upalch1romhy Ui yiliitevdepartmcnt Monday It W1118lellllll- a1dviJly interesting In being the OrlitII dllp1tchhelilo t I IlroIHIIt o I tJiI1 I i i Jlc tIOIfI ftN Q Jcldllgmf aJ1it18t WPPJPt pnmQo ImbUe the cablegram sha- tttl no material change In the fllImII I thou This lark of date led to a do UrwinatioH to IRk rigid step b MbfeJu J1l dhpitPbm coming to Ut- II Iota depart mem from Uliina wl have the date clearly stated la other diaialchea reeolvqd Man I ctaj rom China referral to the heat 11 I7ftferyI oft I there baa been any marked mlvaauo I irtenf of the negotiation between oftoIRower touching the withdrawn Ioklnto Tin plain iMHraltoH ia that the IHttit are acting HJHM me Iwforntatio- 1t I Ike lost w9te of tite state dejKirt went wad bring all latelr information k to hear IMS welt to iwlM e her t- ehltl u4HN L n lvt tlwiH g her trnofp For aoute reason the anI J1 tff growIw1 1Itil It Ila MOW aa a feet of 4 grr trulttranoa Unit the pnatpoal tU tg ad aae d to kavc rise t1 iimed to IPafctOf aa the act Inc i ior the lbtlteae gowmmmt I TIIr ilon la Mad that tt Ip- It oi tutu nr ft t K iirai lIon t he arrx tris jiat forvrs are aUtlI in I u analog aaaktanrv dUN Nfi i in protMt an art mlIll tact tin fritternnwiM wltli ulttah tho I IM may treat whhouL fHrtks- d c i to It a utrimgU tally wob r 1h i silt irotilem ami pnt lite Chi I ilex Hit4on la a fair way to Mw ntI lid rfisfartory urttlMnrnt Much oIfi Mad up H fehu njUMHle of RHS I III iii inn mnUar Oel + N nmHHor t 4 ri he traata InNi apHMl trot IITht i t Iurrr ltoWblwaHay proru to h u i i f late s4neerity of her exprasI I 111i i re 10 teal wlkhthe tiin gov em i mr fie ttow Iloltth Hr lUll first atfttktant wjerciary o stlltO rvuirttftl to VunhiHgioii Mun da flfni MHnpd the dutiei of iwIiHuggl 1wlt pi of We static dejirtnintt nolitII flIng4liei HtJtB4 ihlring Uie pafplrxliif n 10U0 rhnngen of recent date dDrl Qkindbut IN view of tilt Present diplomaticItthoj nhctf IJitI Phlnwt question whlohlingj liaa artohi derided Icurtail his aUttlnnd take vp Wee work Item Soot nlti MIkfuK he went to tine whlto i JW amiI Nrent hnlf an hour wllhtj UitrH going over the promt tctatiw of the OJilncxo ncgoUntlons 1 1wtr4w eonfdrrffl ut length with Mr Ailee tad frnfif this on until Mr lln 11Iurhead of the sftjtc detartinont The itcllthi Mojfllny front 1erleyc tin f dda orjraoii qt Tnku Jwyn tin wAeber tlnuunnditlohn may be on thoIIInlilf halls between Tuku mid Puking dirt P iHi river route nt mast iMIcingI j open and wife for the transportation of ltaatatgrwt ofIPoking lug tt GluinG hi n mom u- htrftf the TaHngHYnmea and pro ftrta poUee visitedI the Ainurinii rCp roll tutfVc yuaterdny 38 nrr l l IJhjyi baouuse of the Chans ofJtelnlH aoAipiirity In Uie attacks on the lega tlfiHR Sir Ilobtxrt Hart the djrectornpf the h- CJilnese imperial martftine customs of IIIIH resume charge of tho d atom r and bait reopened the Iniperiajuposts An AuHtrittii ofllclal illspntcTi says OJuinr JI ho won orrcstrd by tho AtK nlm represcntwtlve at Peking WAS military governor of Peking nn 1wear adds that the AustroHutignriau con llngoat is quartered In Chung Lis pal turn After ijw nrrcnt he was turned 1 over to the Japanese Three members o the Tsiing11Vn man No Tung Ohung Ilaln nail Clung M It le announced here are necking to nukjotiatc with the allies through Sir Kobert Hart the director of tho KO Chinese Imperial maritime customs Tiirro are four trains dully from tong Ku to Yang Taun The sinking of u muall Japanese steamer interrupts river communlea tint between TlenTsln and Taku IVklng Tuesday Aug 21Prinoo Chlng is endeavoring tp open ncgo tlntlena with the nllhIIIIolnter for llnnlirr New VorkI1 Sept aA SVashington dispatch to tin Herald stages thltw culcf Wllkle of the secret service lute IIllCoorrd that some crook is jiimUiir stleklng plaster over tho c- Urooknwny 100 counterfeit note to the cotr up its defects the nrownrd In the Philippines Manila Sego 3LA dispatch from Mailot aniioAjneci that Iieu lies IgJrfklilit ot tiia 20th United Stnlga e oYunteeftbcTongln to Wlnterpbrt Mo was drowned in time Dumogus five river Sunday inojruJng o ENE NONCOMBATANTS t Allied Troops Murdering Defense less Women and Children The Chinese In the Pet Ho Valley Are Ilruorted to lie Paylnir- Ilearly for the Faille or Thvlr tiovermuciit- Taku Sept 4rime Chinese in the lel Ho valley ore paying dearly for lima lollof their government Ite tributlon they arc suffering exceeds AldngtJHthe foreign troops between TienTain and Puking nil orgie of looUng and destmctlon continues with much use slaughter of unoffending Inhabi tantM While the international forvca here advancing the conunnndcrs no tablyI the Japanese American and ItrltlHli enforced n certain degree of protection for property not needed or mltitury purposes At that Hmo most of tho populn ftNtrItut now thc people are returning to totJlclr hotiuv only to find no shelter OlrIdilltrlotile andllunfelt poimeiMBons are nt tho mercy of RboutIuithout olllccrs Tim conditions prevailing Isave little gronud for the comparison of clillzcd war methooHIItobbery neW nuinler and iolence women are HO eominon that nvery rwiwclable person one mveta oontrilx Iea atorioa from penmnal olwervn lhowIwas the only town in the paIk way of Uie iHtarnatiunai forcon Whose people aantlmicg howIl em we ajuanU wore renieved 41111R small llrlllati and American giirriwin bHtttf laft oulellle the wall A corn njHMidoiit returning from Peking leoontflekl after a plague of grnmliop pert err tJtlag iwrlable of the MHali tokengoodsrofrom hopa dethlng food oral fiirnl lIaIUottnlily were roaming about unre dulngDl niM0h witHton destruction in tiio ftplr slidcplcturea under foot Most of the Out were subniltllug to nil Mil In abjwt fete The leer who daredi to protest were kicked about OJJjvarontl1 those of nun ombalaute htlmliltanui vltliOHt food ore cIoUtlHfr were huddlTiig in hark yards in a pitiable condition The villages to time Miuthwani were titterfPoking was taken the traveler to Tien Tart was arldom out of sight of burn IIOIIHCX fins err started dally the shelter will bo touch If the troops are to bald Wur country during tho winter The sole ore having fine sport In using targets natives who creep meek to their house or nttfinpt to work in fields The imght of t InrmN I where he was shot with in basket grain or ton armful of other pro duce near by Is quite gammon The Ituwilans are the chief uotora In this style of conquest but time French arc rrmurkably conspicuous contiid ring their small numbers The In tlrerI ken of their oflleers From tho beginning time realest of thetcampaign The recital of notorious eta spooks more forrlblj than could any adjectives Whun entering Pe tin correspondent jwiw Cossnclo L1I1111111h down women wiMi the butte their guns fled pound their hends they were deud The Consacks would pick up children barely able to walk hold thorn by the ankles and but out their brains on time pnve incut Itiisslnn ofllccrs looked on with out protest While Gun Chaffec way wuluring hotfIt a stream under the wall TunlpChow tho UusHtans found a treble old man hidden in time stud except his nose and drugged1 him out by the queqtic shouting gleefully Viey Impaled him on their bayonets nun Clmffoo rem a rklll That Is not It is brutal munlw- Amcrlcnn others nt Taku days lifter tho fighting was finished stew ItuHslans Iwiyonct Chinese children and throw old nun into the river clubbing them to death when they tried to Hwlm Time Huanlans killed xinwi wllb knelt before them and begged for mercy These incidents are nnnurons ns to compel time con oliiNlnn that they art not Isolntitl epl nodes but the ordinary practices ol Busiiliin niethwla of warfare Time Itnssliins on tlio walls of Pe king would apparently shoot ever Chinaman within range outside A correspondent found many newly killed In the fields outside of time BUM Hcotiou of the wall Colorod Murderer llniiKed v Charlotte N C Sept 4WIII Kd nutl n Negro who killed Policeman limns In Concord IN CII year ugu was hanged in Salisbury Monday A owd qf 1000 person surged about Jan in n vain endeavor to vltnest uxccutloii llond tit Santlnuo do Culm Santiago do Cuba Sept 4Snntlll o Is now experiencing tutu severest SvonUicr lnown here since 1877 Mont tcnttlny c feet under water The fireanen and settee art assist luir the sufferers KRUGER AND STEYN It In Relieved the Tvro President Are Preparing for KllRlif Are Now at llarhorton Pretoria Sept 3Mr Jpnigcr and Mr Stcvn have gone to Harbcrton It is believed that they are preparing for flight The general opinion I that time war in now very near the end but should the fibers construct strongholds in the bush on the veldt or elsewhere nnd begin a system o1 raids the British would require fur titer llarge supplies of horses Gen huller moved 14 miles nor westward along the Lydenburg road and crossed Crocodile river to Bad fonteln He found time Uocra conce trating In the Crocodile mountnln- A force of Boers under Commandan- Theron broke through time lritis lines nnd captured and burned a supply train at Clip JUvcr Station tak ing 35 prisoners Brabants lor proceeded thither recaptured all the prisoners and drove the Boers into time hills Col Plumer dtipcrscil Ia small commando under commandant Irotorlus cast of 1inaars river cap turing 2G Hoers a number of wagons end a quantity of cattle and rifles London Sept 4It Is reported that Lord Roberts has Issued a proc lamation formally annexing the Transvaal to the dominions of the British crown Quo Christian DC Wet according to the Dally Malls Cape Town advices is reported to have appeared again along time railway near Yinbitrg road NEARLY A FATAL JOKE They Told hint That ltl Sweetheart Had Married Anther Man and He Took 1oUon Birmingham Ala Sopt 3T It Kvans n proinlhwit young railroad official has been at time point of death for two days as time result of n pre tiet joke PerpetratedI by a frlond Rna is engaged to marry a baautl ftil young lady at PlokenBvllle Ala For fun a friend told him that hit KWoelhoart had marriud another Mv anA refused to believe the statement until the friend Inatetod that he was prciittnt at time ooromony Then Kv flaw hurried to a nearby drug storei purchased ten grams of morphine and goin to a saloon swallowed the drug When found he was almost dyad and two physicians laboredI with him for hours before they wtm a ublt to bring tint around Ha is stil rota low The young lady in question lias heard of the joke and la deep in CFfBod She will wed Kvnns on soot ta hl reoovemx PRISONERS AT ST HELENA There Are Fear Thoumnnd Doer o the UUnd They Are Well j Cared Ior New York Sept 3The British steamer Musconomo one of the Ha gnu line arrived from South Africa i stopping on the way at St Helena and St Lucia The Aiasconoino took out to South Africa n cargo of supplies r for tho British army from St John N B and has been engaged1 about throe mouths In that survive Iteturnlng home the Mnsconoinn stopped at S Ilvlcna to make n few repairs to her engines While timer Capt Mann visited the camps of Boer I prisoners He saw Uert Cronjo andI Co Shcci and other notable prison ers Copt Mann says there are 1000 Boor prisoners at St Helena DESTITUTE MINERS The United SOilr Transport InwtonI Will lie Sent to Their Relief Mt Cape owe San Francisco Sept 3Tho UnitedI States transport Lnwton which ar rived Sunday in ballast from Seattle is to bo nont to Cape Nome to reliev- ethe e destitute minors ninny of whom have petitioned through Jon Itandsll1 for transportation south before th bard Alaska winter sets in The Len ton will sail for the north ns soon ASI SOl can be got ready probably with- In n fcy days She has nceommoda tlons for about 700 menIWipedOut oflIxlitrnce Victoria B CSept 3The stlumI er Amur from the north brings n rlJJ of t sweptime J practically wiping It out of lldKtII once Ton of the largest and mostt important business blocks in tin town were destroyed causing n lOllI that Is estimated nt about 10000II Once timid a Fortune 1 Bareker j and n former state representative i 1 dtad nt his home near Milroy ngol1 70 He accumulated n large fortune erollapseBrown in 150- 3Populatlun Quincy III umbureau I of Qulnoy HI Is 30232 against 31 40t in 1800 This Is an Increase tol1 4738 or 1511 per cent latat lluel Over Crops LukeMerrlttI ltnrbeenvohvd In n quarrel over till dhIIIIClrf Qfcrops They secured guns nee each shot and instantly killed tit other n Klreinaii at a Talncc 1 London Sept 2rThe detachmenl of liuasaa City firent1lon their anys homl from the larlll l xp tlltion lsl ed Windsor and cade a tour of tin lunchedastlewith tie mayor at the Guild hall 1 mEGKHAM8 r MESSAGEE Details of the New Election Law Left to the Law Makers aThe Cinvernor Claims That time Pre eat 8mlem Aided the Itepab Means Through Its llclnv Misunderstood t7Oevernohr stternoonGentlemen said ofrepresentativesYou hn eznpurathe11r oehIhllvethlUmtKenturkyogiv thefrnerlIpowerM occasionscnn seatTItthlltI fromcnntaglousdliagreeJncnts helmsrrmayUtlJurn monthhgeneral as ltatInJrnoothers1 ourHtlonwouldbeblUerfieexistlimingdllCtlfultostateantI relievenIIrllntrpolitteatsettnn oontMII nil rood eUlzens desire lo see that eon tfi peacenhirnetOnlyiheellea should be fair but also that blhlotobooonlybPpeepi minuyithI remedy the arils1 which existed under tho rrm which U eupplantet It was B t- prejudie5tlnsti a 0 briieve that the change was a mUtako prejudlcoatiltist conllidemtll1 lawII nuntotllAeo1lrtin in the commonwealti shall have cau e to complain ns to the Itaw and Us administration and that whatever tho rwult every falrmlnded citizen wheth er hr sides with the victor or the van quihed Mil say that tho verdict of tho rwPir lure beon properly recorded andl dHcrvcSItI Txt us have such a law If possible vill gladly cooperate with you In tha rffnrt to secure It I have not called you lw to legislate on this subject with thaM a that a fair election would not bo k M under the present law for I nm Itnte It has betm so to thQap who wor tiwith being Its benefIclattes who mnlpuIonmanyth10IoninptMtlnn exist and you should deal with It frankly and considerately as I feel Veontlilent that you will Imaginary Ills whether political or phtiiial should be treated as well ns ronl Vnen Your task In this matter tIs a difficult one You win not satisfy evenbody I do not deslro to suggest IIn do toll bay law for your consideration I hpt confidence In your judgment and wisdom and I bxllevo that you will ear neatly and patriotically sot to work to frame a hxw In appearance ns well ns fIn fact so talc and so Just to all parties thatno honest citizen Qn Itlfl null with ItJ C W UBCICHAM Governor of Kentucky j Pnrnned n Ilnndred Miles Louisville K3r Aug 2DAfter aI chute of over 100 miles through some of Kentuckys roughest country DC tcatlve J N Ashby landed J n Men ton in jail If6rcI with a charge of IhOllle stealing against him Menson I is accused of taking a horse from B V Bridges stable at Owensboro und a buggy from Mrs Lily Browns ate hie When the theft was discovered Detective Ashby gave chase follow o ltreckinridgeItd him none Owenton 1Ovcreertioim Prom Dnnrlnir Louisville Kyt Aug 20To muchII danolng is held responsible for the critical fondltion of John Hagerman who Is ut his home too near death for comfort Hagerman attended an ex cursion Saturday night He danced Ii every number on the programme unJJ til the last Tn the middle of that he J1 fell unconscious He was partially revived tumid removed to his home f riiyalahtns say that tho overexertion seriously affected his heart flhlrlAVnliit Ilnrred Lexington Ky Aug 2STime Phoenix I hotel cafe hits placed a bur on shirtwaist men and Rhodes Herndon the Scott county cattle king was the first to come under the ban He in vited a pnrlof friends to supper there but because several members I of the company wore no coats service I was denied Shooting Over PoliticcRichmond Ky Auff 200Ten real n prominent farmei and Klmcr White son of lion J 15 White Ooe bel democratic nominee for congress from tho Tenth district engaged in n quarrel at Irvine IKatlll county and White shot Neal inflicting serious wounds White surrendered Death From XIlnr Treatment St Paul Minn Aug 20 According to the physician who Issued the death certificate and to time statement of his dfamilywat due to burns received during antXrijy treatment Klttman met with j hfyect car accident last winter told las since Bern under time core of tilt fer ut physicians end it is said de iredl to 6ave7 Xray photographs taticn of his injuries for USA ns cvl W dpnepI in a suit for damaged The doc tq5 who took the photographs deitIes that Klttman was bumtd nenoualy 7 ykt1frC1 fF frfriftrI lclcfrartEfct KCfCMft5KIit FlrlF W FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I M 4 1 KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE An Extra Session Convened at Koon Tuesday to Ileconslder the Pre eat Election Law legIslature TuesdayTheII In general terms recommends the pas beIsatisfactory to the people of the state concedesIare displeased with the present Jaw Afcr the governors message Lad been read in both houses time legisla ture adjourned Frankfort Ky Aug 30The son nte held only n short session and only two bills were Introduced The first one was bymr Alexander of Louts vile amending the Gocbcl election law In offering It he said ho had not consulted either democrats or re 1publicans but had endeavored to draw up n law that would be satisfac tory to ell It places the appoint ment of election oiliccrs in the hands of the county judge provides that the county judges in appointing hall divide them equally between the political parties and does away wit the state election commission Senator Kirk rep of Johnson In troduced a bill to repeal tho Oocbel law He proposes to substitute the old election law with various amend ments Tills is the first measure of ifeted proposing n stralghtout repealI A lie house elected the caucus nomI- nees to fill the vacancies in the bons employes Vuose elected are clerk Kd O Leigh serpennt arm sI W P Thome Jr doorkeeper John It Miles The republicans made no nomination air did not vote Representative Stith of Meade of lured a resolution that on aeeoun of the hot weather and hot politic- in Kentucky time members of th Ilegislature be permitted to appear iin i the legislative hulls in shirt waist I provided they contain no more than six colors of tin rainbow 60On motion of Representative Sue olIO Tuesday September 4 was sot apart as memorial tiny to honor the imemory of the late Representative Stout of Woodford Representative Orr of Owen you ty introduced the only bill offered 1 I in the house It proposes to repeal the oocbol law and 11IrSlldes foe a bipartiI sun state board- Vrnnkfort Ky Aug 31 Senator It M Jolly republican of BriMjkin ridge county pftored a bill in the sen ate It provides for a return to tl law in operation before the enact ment of the Gocbul law In the house a ten minutes se I slop was held Time only buslneIS transacted was the adoption of a res elution providing for the appointt meat by Speaker Trimble of n con- mlttec of 12 members of the house to whom all election bills must b referred Some of the democratic leaders of tho general assembly are having dratted n measure that provides for tho outright repeal of the Gocbcl1 election law One of the special feni unhersnljIIII the present law The measure willI also provide for the printing of the ofiicial ballots at state expense and1 the saving ofSthc bullets voted for six months after election It willI provide for nonpartisan state unitl county election boards Frankfort Ky Sept IAbout twothirds of the general assembly attended the Shelbyvillc fair andl there wens no business session inI either house The senate lucid n for mal session nt 8 oclock and adjourn ed till Tuesday ns there is no busl fleas ready to take up and Monday I Labor tiny Serious Charges Lqulsvllle Ky Sept 3Three Ne tfroes Will Baxter John Crow and R MI Carter were nrrested on the Kentucky and Indiana bridge Sunday by Officer Haselbach The Xu gross mire charged with killing a 11 k O SW brakemen name unknown near Vlncennes Ind They are also accused of robbing one John Wood An examining trial will be held antiI the Negroes will likely be turned over to Indiana otlleers Judge AV E Walker Dead Lancaster Ky Sept 1Ex County Judge W 1U Walker died suddenly god W He represented this county in the legislature Jn 1990 He was uen Cnsslns M Clays private seereI fury when the latter wns the Ameri an ambassador to Russia under President Lincoln CovliiKtonV Iojiulndon Washington Sept IThe census J harems announces that time popula Hen of Covlngton Ky Is 42018 us against 37371 in 1600 This is an in crease of 5387 or 140 per cent lllrd While SUatliiR n Hide 1 idcllesboro Ky Aug 31 Harvey Hcneger aged 14 of Knoxvlllc was thrown under n freight train andI Hcneger with three other had run awuy from home nndl they were stealing a ride at the time ho was killed +rte Too Many Grapes Richmond Ky Sept IHenrI Cook colored aged 10 employed by 1 Oldhnm utu too many grapes and died lour hours later stomachagony When examined his was found to be dogged with fruit t J IITII r Tyro Louisville Detectives Old Not Contribute to It and Charges Are Preferred Louisville Sept 3 Detectives flit ly larding and Dee Armstrong twoIwellknown sleuths have been reco mended by Chief of Police Hanger to the board of safety for discipline on the charge of violating a rule of the detective department The troubJeIgrows out of the foot that HartlingI + and Armstrong were assigned to nItII in time work of running down the as saHsin of Gor Goebel They were detached from local service and spent J weeks on the case The other detec ly tires claimed that they received much Wore money tnan the 225 a day that Is paid time local detectives and insist j that they Should contribute nil the surplus to the Jackpot into which all rewards and Jets go to be equally divided herding and Armstrong shared in the jackpot while they were away but refused to make any 1 accounting rat their own receipts be yond the claim that they lost money r on the trip instead of making any The other detectives are very hitter hand the feeling resulted in tU- oharges being preferred RESULTS OF JEALOUSYfl 4 Two Yumentand n Girl boat Doa n In n ninlnji Itoom While Seated for Dinner tdf t room ofNJnmoH Barnett on Howards creek killed Mrs Nancy Uurnett an aged woman her 12laroJd prnp ldaujjhter and Mrs James Bennett The latter I i partbLngsslanting It is stud that Bennett was jealoui of Barnett and objected to Mrs Bennett taking dinner at BarnettB houseI l Jlnrnctt who was not wounded de l tvrroksimply went wild killing the two women and time girl Time persons killed were tented at tho dinner table with Barnett greatlynby killing and it is thought Bennett will be arrested prosumJ11Illarnqttisthat the 12yearold girl who was killed was Burnetts daughter dmeThe Ilrimlillcan Cniiilldnte for C3or crnor Upetieil the Cnnvasn Prnnlc coke Open for Democrats Howling Green Ky Sept 3f9n-I day was the biggest flay in the his tory ot this city lion John 1V- e Yorker republican nominee for gave ornor mnde his first speech of the canvass here and Hon Trunk Pcalcc of Sheliyville opened the canvass for the dPiuoernts Excursions were run on time railroad and boat lines MrjjVerkes arrived at noon and was met bendsIJudge Thomas M Own IIcy of thU city presided Hon J MoKenzla Voss the fusion nominee for con press in this district made the intro dnetory speech f Mr leaj e spoke at the hurt Jiouse He was introduced by Judge W 1ST Settle of this city 31IelLouisville Ky Sept 2jhc Ken tacky State hankers association will hold its eighth annual meeting nt Lexington September 2fi and 27 expcatedsto attend The meeting will be im portnnt as a successor to President E D Sayre who died during da year will be chosen hay Murdered Newport Iy Sept 3 Steeles en loon eight miles south of this city on the Licking pike was the scene of a murder Sunday evening John Brown the 17yearold son of Adam i Brown a wealthy farmer was stab bed in the heart Martin George and Will Dehnert are under arrest Must See the Druggists Louisville Ky Sept 1Por some time the saloons have been selling headache nostrums for their patrons who suffered from too much liquor The drugstores have complained to the ftiite hoard of pharmacy and the saloons have been notified that they must tense the practice A Planter Killed Hopklnsvillc Ky Sept 3AJbert Grace and Robert Latham planters residing near Pilot Hock quarreled Moth men went home armed them selves anti met later in tho day when F Grace shot and instantly killed La than Died of Starvation Owingsvillc IKy Sept 3Miss Liz zle Moore ngud 21 a schoolteacher d ed Sunday morning of starvation For 35 consecutive days not a partI cle of food was retained on her atdVn nch owing to partial paralysis of the Htomnd School ding t Frankfort Ky Sept 3Thq colon fled oily school building was almost completely destroyed by fire Sunday morning The fire was of incendiary origin Tho lull term of the school was to have opened MondayaId i I t tII j JI THE HICKMAN COURIER t Jcorgo Warre- nHICKDSAN KY FRIDAY SEPT 7 1000 Gov BKCKHAM in his message to the General Assembly advises tho passage of au election Ilaw thatwill bo suitable to all tho people This wo believe iis the desire of tho majority of tho voters of tho state ttttliON ARTHUR 5 WELL VicoPresi dential candidate with Bryan m 1880 was stricken suddenly with appoplexy Monday Is lying nt tho point of death The physicians say that there is abso lutely no hopes for his recovery Ho has since died ttttHOJJ WM O P BnKCKijtniDOE lias been chosen as one of the attorneys in proceedings which may bo instituted for the purpose of bringing before tho United States Supremo Court tho ques tion of legality of the alleged disfran chisementof negroes m the South ttttTilE Republican headquarters at ChiI sago has issued a bulletin stating tha Brig Gen Wheeler will take the stumpI for McKinhy directly after his retirement from the army Sept 13 This Gen Wheeler denies and says his politicalI Accord ia a sufficient index of where hoI stands now ttttST Louis has turned down Boston and taken fourth place among tho big towns of this country The live largest cities rank as follows in point of popu lation according to the new census l New York 3437202 Chicago 1698 675 Philadelphia 1293C97 St Louts 1 575238 Boston 500892MM TilE population of Greater New York as indicated by the count just complot ed at the Census office Is 3139222 This includes the population of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx and those of Brooklyn Richmond and Queens A close estimate of the increase since 1800 shows it to have been 370 per cent a tiffmTENNESSEE Republicans are split in two factions and have two State tick ets and two sets of National electors There is a marked apathy in tho politi cal situation in Tennessee but it is conceded that Bryan and Stephenson and the entire State Democratic ticket will carry the State by substantial majori ties ttttHON CHAS A TOWNE spoke at On I lutb Minn to the largest audience ever seen in that city at a political speak- S log A large portion of his address way a reply to Gov Roosevelts St Paul I speech Mr Towno characterized New Yorks governor as a predestined and incorrigible eccentric nndean intel lectual Comanchetttt JOUN G WOOLEY the Prohibition candidate for President has started on a ten thousand mile campaign tour Ho left Chicago lose Saturday The party is traveling in what is known as tho I Prohibition train He will be in i Kentucky on the 4th and Oth of October along the lines of the Louisville Nashville Railroadtttt f TILE Hon William L Wilson Presi dent Washington and Lee University t believes that up to the present there isi I all to commend and nothing to criticize in the management of tho Chinese ques tion With peace restored ho believes the open door policy will open great opportunities for a growing and profitable commerce in the East ttttMKS Dn 0 W WHIOHT a woman physician at Oilman 111 was tho cause of a riot at that place last week in which she and five others were kill ed She had been conducting a lying in hospital and the death of a sixteen year old girl whom she had in charge caused the riot in which hundreds par ticipated When officers went to the hospital and attempted to arrest the woman she and her employes resisted and opened fire upon the mob killing three of them The hospital was burn tug and the fatally wounded woman was taken to Paxton for safe keeping Effort was made to lynch her Shoo was formerly an actress t TILE FLAB ATJEJUN The Republicans say wo cannot haul down the flag where it tins once been hoisted If that is true how are you going to get the flag away from Pcklu Our soldiers ore there and carried tho stars and stripes with them and if you doctrine that whenever tho hag over a laud the land cannot bo given back is true you cannot get your sol diers away from Pekiu and Iif yon follow p tho doctrine that you followed in Manila you have got to take the wholo Chinese empire because we took all the islands of the Philippines and if that doctrine is true wo have got to take the 400000000 subjects over there It is a thousand times better to haul down the hag in tho Philippine islands and raise ttho flag of tho Philippine Republic than to change our flag from the flag of the Republic to tho Slag of an Empire vJ Bryan LOCAL NEWS u Miiyiiold will hsito a grand Stroo Fair Out 1 Most of tho townS in Kentucky arc arranging to givo Street Carnivals thl fall An exchange says that a mans am bitlon is to be noted n woman to bio noticed An old bachelor rays that widows are tho only sccondhund articles Urn soil at par Alex Brown ruprosantativo o f Hiokman anti Fulton has moved iron Fulton to Paducah Tho women who refused to toll that alto to the census man were generally old enough to know button =There is never any hope for n oral after his wife guts so she thinks she our pick out hits clothes bout for him Wants For Sale For Rent Lost Found To Loan etc inserted in the Courier rate one cent a word each inser tion Personal mentions inc Plow Points Take your plow points to GRO BUCK he will grind them 2 for25a Tho Elevator published every Saturday at Hiokman tho which is on our table in u credilabl u publication neat typographically andI tho editorial and local matter olovorly prepared 0 W Lucas is tho editor Iraty non It is n creditable paper and it will IM ru great credit to tho colored people if they properly support it Charleston lllof Enterprise Bradon Knight a wealthy citizen of Maiden has mysteriously disappeared It ia foured that ho has been murdered Three woeksI ago Knight who owned n restaurant at Cairo went to that place on business Ho sold his restaurant and drew fromIlls bank in Cairo a largo sure of disappearance dates from that day when tie is supposed to have started for Mal- den It is tho belief that ho was way laid murdered and robbed Machine Repairing Mr John Elliug can bo found at GEO BUCKS machine shop to repair anything in the machine line Time Louisville horse show will bo hell October 15th to 10th inclusive and judging from tho appearance of tho prize list u copy of which we have just re eived tho show will bo a credit to the State of Kentucky The Association hangs up 10000 which will bo awarded- In premiums to sixty five different class es of horses Kentucky has never had real indoor horse show and the me tinails of the State now promises to ake up for lost opportunities The railroads will all grant low rates for both people and horses and enormous crowds are expected to attend the flue exhibi tions Select hulls School Miss Mabel French will open a Soles Music School at the residence of Mr Thomas Dillon sr near Hickman Col lege commencing Sept 10th A shat- of t patronage solicited Miss French hasI had the advantage of the oust musical training in the blest schools of tho United tates ATTEMPTED ARSON Possibly Ignited By Telephone Evidently Incendiary Work The business houso of Jno J Young Son in East Hickman was discovered to bo on tits about 2 oclock Wed nesday morning The stock of good was damaged from 100 to 200 and tin building also damaged both losses cov ered by insurance The origin of tho ffio It a mystery Some think it was caused by the tele phone which was possible if the electric and telephone wires had boon crosse but tho fact that the fire occurred soy oral hours after time electric plant had closed down makes that theory noxt t theoryIis that the fire was the work of an in cendiary accidental or intentional The fire was all inside the houso and t known cause for it On Wednesday night the meat house of John Sangster in adjoining room t Youngs and same building won entered and robbed and fired Tho tire was disI coved in time to bo extinguished with out any groat damage but tho boxes i tho room were found to be saturated with coal oil This of course points pretty certainly to incendiarism So fa as wo can hear thoro aro no clues to tho guilty miscreants and no known reason why any one should bo incited to such n dastardly act Ucspect for the Dead All persons who have friends and rel1 atives buried at Antioch Obion county Tenn are respectfully Invited to como on September 18th and bring your hoes s spades tc to help clean olf the conic tory grounds miring your dinners and we can nit have dinner on time ground TlIK COMMITTKK No Yclloir Fever Yet rTho fact that September has come but that an yet there is no yellow fevers iu the South may not moan that there will bo none this yearibut It Is encouraging So far n lack of tho scattering cases that win reported at intervals throughout the summers of tho three years preceding It Is not to late yet for an outbreak bnt it can bo depended upon with rea sonable certainty tlmt there will bo u serious epidemic limo timo hUH pefor that as it requires a long pe tied of incubation after tho first cast S aro developed before many victims can be affected In tho past there have been no dangerous epidemics that did not start iu the spring or early summer Council SroccvtlinL HIOKMAN ICY Sopi a iIb It Council mot In regular R tJl1rlr- ont Mayor Dillon Counallnion fialts n- Cowglll Davis Brovurd Woiirn 11111t lioakman Tht minutes of tho last regular ntMt- hug t woro road approved and signed Time following account woro prcscfjt properly approved and on motion titre- t allowed and cheeks ordered liucd Ir tho amounts Hickman Wagon Co supplies and work on electric light pales 8MX Toni Dillon Jr fur street pay roll 4 t OjOi pay roll for IIJt It lInj4 SKllUiS to street light hoods 8320 freight Ac on hoods W2UIi for 1 drinking fountain 811125 i freight on fountain 81W 2 extra police Aug 8th HOO E 11 Prathor to buggy by falling light vale S1H10 fllfir- A A Furls L Son work on street lfi7 Mr 11 N Cowgill City Assessor np pearcd before tho Council and tho QUIlt of otllco was duly administered to him by Mayor Dillon On motion time Mayor was Instructi to write another letter in regal to In recent order for sewer pipe mid If in possible to Rot same to mako olhrlH rangemonta for repairs on tho Streets frwhich said Jllpc way ordered finIosviagIBMRIIAL FUM ACCOUX- TTo balance par July rej ort 8 otantt paid in by H U Holm liXLr amt iiHiid by Tom Dillon jr 10717 ti1X10rByBalance to credit this account 810237- WATBIl AND L1CIHT 1IOVU ACCOUNT To balance per July retort eU2UI amt paid by Tom Dillon jr 1OUQtci Bal to credit this account 8U42U COLLEOK UOXD A XOCXT To amt recd of W H Ealtzor l00Ut Uy ovordft last rOllOrte 2121 12 bonds paid 120000 Int paid on lands 22005 14423Jt Balance to credit this account SiT CITY HALL ACCOUNT To balance per July report 2107 aint roud of II 0 Holm 103 fIU+ By interest paid on lauds Jii Hal to credit flttUtWI Tho Supt of Electric Lfghta and WI reutynforBal in Treasury Aug 1 8EC7 Amount collected in Aug ST20 Total 31172 Amount paid out in Aug 2S L Balance s TOM DiMLQX jRjJJUp Report of City Marshal for Aug fGJi Taxed Collected 2 j9ooo- I a 2fljU2ITreasurers receipt for mno TOM DIUOX JRM C M1 The foregoing reports wore rtaiived ordered spread upon tho reooda mind filed The following ordlnnnoo which wvs in troduced and read at tho last rrgulnr meeting was again read and on iu tio was passed Tho City Council of tho City of Hick man do ordain as follows That on and after the ptuvnigo of thin ordinance all persons or flans owaKed- In tho business of nolllng by tho wtiJo sale spirituous vinous or malt liquor in quantities of not Iless than live gullniH at a timo within tho limits of tho sit b of Hickman shall in addition to Ute rxu lur ad valorem tax on all property in the city pay a privilege tax of Vivo lidred Dollars to said situ on sold arc jo tion or trade Sold tax to txipaid tAllcl collected by the City Marshal as all h xhrdsame lionpayment other taxes duo sold city und dm tn pa ablo ut sumo lima lIdItake effect on und after its jtiasrngr MayorHOn motion the Street CoininitU wa- o authorized to procure suitable brirk for the witch iMisdns to ho putt in on K a tuoky street Un motion Uio small dwelling on bro C in Wwst Hiokman was deolarwl II i iti Banco and ordord torn down at Off On motion Council adjourned Attest II 0 IIRLM VItrknA VOICE PKOH WALli STIIUKT 1JIIII08 It Koono the well known Wall Street broker cud financier said miut ly The people of this country most aronso thoniHolvos said Mr Kwna The coming election in of more nu portauco from tho Htandpolnt or pore Americanism than any that has trans pired since the oleotion of Llnnin Monoy is in the saddle i it in riding down time institutions of tills country with a coufldunt itiKolotico that toll of its flan ballot iu Its own invincibility It is running the govoriimunt today III its ovary branch and arm If taut ys power in molding public affairMW forward four yours more OH it hurt for the four years past thin iinmo of Ainerl can liberty will only bo worth a mul lection as u matter of history Mouuy is proiwiug Ibo pitoplo buokward Nl piIiy stop The Amurlcan pooplu miiHt I ra a fund themselves from mOIl jest ua they onco guardod their forest fronting 111110crights ruin como at once liunkcr IhH Yorktownta For tilt 1 horse 2 years pld past Omit mule 1 year old past cud and wanning Ilulu Apply to Mus J P CUEKD r oneos FAVUU IIUYAV All UieomoiiB nut upmttittons which I eNt oil the iirflBont oumpulgn augor tho tlfflUon of llryttu Thura mire sovoml of there whtoh Vy thrtr oon jnnt voriflcn liont here ooiiiu to wteniiM n peculiar mfliWNce oil this public mind Wliwiever the WHIP cniuliilntm for utlllrIsncrowlvo n 8tduiilinl olwiloiiH this- hmserl iu tho Unit iiiHtiinutt won In till M cond Thus JcfTurttou was defamed in 1710 by John Adams in IMM Jolter lOll Evan over AdfmiH In 18S4 Andrew JnokMii was Ixmtnn tiy John julnry AdnniH i iu I8AH Jaoktion tlefoated Ad sins In 1W1J Martin Van Hnnir Willi li ctwl ovur William Hour Harrison m 1WO Hurnsoii defeated Van Huron In IhSStluvolKiid way ilofouhtd hy liun llarriiion In lHU4 Olovoland turned tin tables on llarrlMin Another KUxirntlt tion tint boors on tho 1pnsout cultivate is tlmt New York swings trout side to situ in suevtawiyo Pnoildontial ulections As the state wont for MoKinluv in 1800 it lionlil go for Bryan III UHH Now York gave Grant Knpubltomi a major my III 18N for TlldiMi Domocrat In I is70 for Clartlold Hopubhoaii in ISSO i fur Cleveland Dumoorat in ISS l i for IHarrison Hopublioaii InllHSi for Ulce s1o1lulayltepubliunui in 1000 Indiana IIM kept n switch syyohro IIOOH with New York for tho past thruti narters of a century gulag Democratic t Hopublloiui as New York went Dam ocnitio or Rtitublicau It mado no tilt reuse in tlio swing of these Stuffs that their fnrorltu solar wcra up for elec tion New York wont against Clove 1011111 1SS3 and Indiana ngnitmt liar rwou In 1808 This is Bryans year to urry Indiana TAX KN TAXiS Your State nod County Taxi an now duo and I must a k ono timid all to conic ffurwnrd and settle mmo as It takes y to got tho SburifTa quietus I oat found ut tho Furmow sad Msrwhanto Bunk U L CAUPKNTKU D S FOIL SALE IA twoxvArold btiy mulo IftVf lucid drivinghorsered Durham cowWill sell on rtinsoa able terms Inquire rut Ferdinand Mud sex farm 7 nines south of HlokiimHand bunt 1 milo uuatof Mt HermoN church MOIl8Inile Notice CurlinIuqhandsrat asst nIl or any iranoM indebted to oiL IMr of tho above to call and sattle My oflluo is at F M Bank Respectfully UEO CAHPKNTKlt CARUTHERS 9BAKERY Y0 CO lrEC TIOAt FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFECTIONERIES ETC CL1 TON i1THHeT JIIOKJoIAS KKNTOOKV Tolophono No 00 A A PARIS A A PAKISv Jll Alex AI Faris Son IndGOAL1 ll lI Il VOOD ANn 8ANB IIICKMAN KY IMttshtirg Kaimwha River Illinois und Kentucky Coals Mixon Paints 1 1 Wo have nddod to our large stock t OF JAIJJJI Sa complete line ol Ready fixed Paints jBALL COLORS fc and guaranteed to ho of the HFCST QUALITY I tQVGUJr UUIVGlilil- R 1ItUGCIf31hi- a f ANNUAL ChanUp SAr 1 tIJ U V1n Steptyeps 9 ffiitl II FURNITURE JIThis Stile IH thnir finnl ClclmUp1Jto mnko room for llioir Greater tbeml Eve Fan Stock To nhov what they menu hy loanUp Solo they quote 51200nowCOOI OAK ROOKKUSJ 81iiB chair JCnow 800now JtoKBAT OAK DINING UHAIIIS nt 8L7B K JjaPull 1JnowWALNUT CHAIR SLAUGHTER-s I Pine 00thoCOTTON Tot MA1TIIKSS rogukii 420U goods havr cut In this elcan uplA 50sateI to HEADQUARTERS KOK Machines 1800 andSewing slid suppiiWf Up ENAMELED I HON und IIRASS HEDS Boaullfnl anti Artistla Irioos the monoiniojil kind New Things Coming in Daily STEPHENS SMITUUUNITumUocxU and Oco SS r Naylor1DEPARTMENT TO THE PUBLIC- anI engaged1 in tthisI I linti of business ut Union Chy Tunn und carry til nil timesi u largo und wellas Bortid Htook 01000t1 and Pure 11liiskayr1r1r- 1at well its ull other goods in that lino mid respect fully solicit a oi r I TRIAL 5RDEK J 2c WR WEBSTER t rSPECIAl OFFERDEAt Hm I lUll enabled to sell and hereby otter von Four ltunrts of Uollywll old 10formark to indicate toutents Whoa you receive it ant test Itt if it is not oatiafao tory return it at my OXUOIMO and 1 will rofuiid you WW 1Thin in n must liberal offer and I await your orders W K WEBSTER h e Subscribe for tile COURIERNr tI tI F wtj I J V F a m emself jij IlMlIroud Time Table N 0 St L R 11 i MCAVK8 AlllUVKH- iTufa ffe MI n to p tu I Train Ne H 1U e in Trim3t y11 p ui I Train Ma 4 MO p m Local and Personal Komi the Council pro ttdlnJlI tgyBuok tho Jeweler IB buck to stay Mr W P Taylor ol Fulton was In the city Wednesday UniT Judge of Now Mndrtd npont Sunday In tins oily 7Mra P II Wonks or Fulton la tho irutjHt of J iK FurjuftV family Mr Hurry KiinoH IB visiting his mo tier Mm Jo Doughul In llolonu Ark Mr Kvnn FiirU loft tills week to at tend school ut Uuthul College Russell vlilw111ke Taylor n lending niordhant of Fulton and u Prlnco of Mover mom was in Iiiakinun yesterday The Illaknmn Telephone oxuhungo is to bo moved from its present locution to u room over Cowglll d CowviUa drug HtgroMr Mondayforto iilaou Ids daughter Ruth tu Boulu Collogo Mhi Alllo Chambers who law tIs un veiling In Iliukman play returned homo Hho will tench the uomlng your nt Ben train Mo Jim Wlloy charged with stealing n hut t tram K A Smith wits arraigned Tuteday plead guilty und given 2 yearn III the awn Mr Peter PratherBon of Dr John W Prutliur loft Wednesday for Wy oming whore ho will locate und engage in atook raining Mr Totumlti Noouon who lass been nt Colorado Springs for hU hualth only a abort tlmo has mach improved and gullied 10 ponudi Cupl Jim Parker the buggy man of Fulton and the olerenwt man In tho county wits mixing with old Hlokman frioniw thin wcok Mr Month Olown of Oblwi oounty art old Limo Hlokman fnvorlto was In town Wednesday hand almlring with old uequulntatKMM Tho LOVWJ Board laM advortlfttd for contract bids ou thu levee and HIIlTJme the day set apart to nIwn award eon truoU Tlptoavllle Prt Mix Lona MeUehoo arrived iu thq city vratanlny afternoon from Bowling Ureon and will takenp nor dutnw an iiinnto t ach rat Carr Institute Mon day Fnllon Loader Thuro will bo a barbeouo And plo nlo at Montgomery School louse on Wednesday Bopt 12th A good string baud linn buen iuiK gud and all kind of rrfrtMhiuimU wilt bo imrrud IOK BALK lUrid nco ooHtaining urooiiM halls relieatwo oteleriMLaUililo 1 near tho Court HOUHO the Oly proiwrty Apply to OHO WAHHKN Courier U lea Among tile viMUng attorney Uite wick aro Judge RobdrUmu and Park of Mnyflcldj a II Orowtawl Relit 11 Win I teed1umI Ilullnok JtoHonnelt Ohurlln Payne and others A barbudutt und hell fry will bo giv en at No 0 Lake tomorrow There will be good mtwio and plenty of ro frptflimuntitwill bo had ou the ground A good time is uMuntd to all who attend Judge Robbins declined to addrow thUIt opn on tho fioIUioal IUauwi of thu tiny Monday a advertised Ho hug been HUlTerlng from yore throat und it way not con ddurtd advisable fur him to speak The levee contracts are being lot and work will Ixi uuihed along as rapid ly an ixxwiblo It will ovor stand an a lasting monument to those who took rush an active part in obtaining It Lake Co ProMi A giving his name M ThnriKJ claming to bo from Slkwton Mn liroko into u dry gook store at Fnl ton won urawUd und rU04dnlnlht Jlootl guilty and WHI of course MISS Mabel Uoalder lost Sunday night for St Louln whoro situ will roo MIlUuerytornote IUHO that MLss Nottlo Hortweok in to tuwUt MiNd ladder In oho Mlllinorv Department at Shaws JIll 1 will repair your watch or olook nt 2 to tO cents llrat Hhajw und guarnn nutty my work lint oloss in ovary ro ripeot or money refunded U W HUOK Bro T C Mnlmn lias enjoyed a fine revival In hw church lit Buick took Ark and ROIIIO thirty now mom lens havo como into tho told M n result of it Bro Mahan la a royal pastor and u ulna who is not a hameato bo known OB a liaptift baptist Flag Mr Flnloy Handlo son of tho lato Judgu C TJ Handle him n half interest in time grocery houso of T A Lcdford and will henceforth ho actively associat ed with that IIOUKO Ho is n hustler in buflinosM moral upright competent jtopular thoroughly honest und will Provo u valuable lUMiulHition to thu hOldI neM interest of this old house BUCCCSH to tho now linn Judge Robbins In instructing tho grand jury Monday in regard to tho Hale of HplrituouD viiioim und matt 11 II oars wild that to legally adll by the wholesale one must be n wholesale deal er in good faith but that where tho pur IKWO timid buHlnotw 1Is to soil to coiwum orri time State option law Is no proteolion und that such are subject to indictment und the penalties of time Htntuto The Musical Recital given by Miss Tvcono Puqua ut Hlokmun College Nor tiny ntyht was attended by a largo und admiring audienco Mins KuquaH nov ural iiiHtrumonUil pioccH wore excellently rendered Mw Hello Cox an old time favorite und rarely gifted in music sang weral beautiful No osand Misses Virginia Luton nod Walker Ilvaas favored the evening each with recitations which were gems of elocution aim roul merit 1 T TI 0 3- t I II II MMIH N MI TZftriiiiil At1 tGII ShawsII Still ContinuesI I j I In order to muko room for our NEW FALL OR I DERS timid nrraiiRO for now Dcpnrlniont we are bound to got rid of lots of goods u- tBARGAINS 1 x I in stuff not ahclfworn for years but THIS SEASONS GOODS at prices tintI nro i Hard HittersI Itt 2z JUST LOOK BELOW ILsss II S 500 MENS SUITS fora 285 II 700U u 460I800tt tt fii 500 1000 U F 650 1250tt a tt 860A Finer Suitings in Propotiqn 8100 Pants go at 70c 1 I j jI8150 Pants go at 100 I 8200 Pants go at 125 t 250 Pants go at 175 8300 Pants gb at 200 A fine line of Summer Soft Shirts at 25c 50c and 75c SHOESBflJfJftlllSS from one off the Largest Stilt in llio Cit + r M B Shaves Sons I m T BURGLARS MONDAY NIGHT Led ford Handles Grocer Store Robbed On Monday night the grocery house of Lrdford A Handle was entered by burglars and roveral hundred dollars iin goods stolon consisting of 4 gnu 17 boxes of knives bacon tobacco and many other thingrt Tho goods known to be tnituiug amounts to between eooo and ftiOO rIme house WOK entered thro n wlodow proteottMl by iron 4Un two of tho bars boing heat to give HjKiao for boy or n tnnall luau to outer Tho hull callous oro that several wore engaged iuI tho robbery that they wore in skins and that there was inoro thins ono skiffr or that they made more than our trip from tho fact that all the stolen good could not havo boon carried at one load Mr Cumulus liuekelt und othnra in Seas Lutons ynoht Pearl followed down the river sus voting that tho robbers wow of the enift of river pirates butI thov overhauled every thing and made rust thorough search without discover hug tho guilty partibs or tiny clues tot hUIl1IXO LOMJKK A JUWUUMCIl ExSenator John U Icudorsoii1 form urly of Missouri now of Washington U C U ono of tho old Lincoln llopab Henna Ho wrote in a letter to the Lib erty Congress as iollowB Tho United States is no longer a Re public Two Wars one against tit Philippines tho other against Chitin aro being waged by the President without any constitutional sanction Tito RusKiau Emperor claims no grout power than that which is exorcised alI most without protest by an American President American troops without pretense of law nro to bo placed under the command of tho Gorman Kmporor wilt openly proclaims against thu Chi nese tho war of Israel against the Anmli okites On tho successful entry of tho allies into Pektn will begin time struggle of ravenous boosts over the pros And 110118intho beasts llryun has many things 1 commend him in his present position 1 agree with him that Imperialism is tho grout present danger The above cones as a warning note from one who was a leader of tho Re publican party A Missouri editor uppologized to hisi renders utter this fashion Wo pulispvented the wedding and tho hector hllu self being sick time patient keovore- anti dj wo wore accordingly cheated out of both I ww 1 VIYro ese Liqu r BOJuseJ CLINTON ST HIC MAN KY f Keeps in Stools all of Thixton Killed tQ Cbi Owonsboro Distillery 1Bost Brands of LiquorsOlel Cold Old Wagon Diadem Gins BrctidiQ IWiios and Ut- r aar Proof and Quality Guaranteed1i- f CST nusinoss conducted strkrlnccordiug to law II A Troy Mans Luck Moro Linn two years ago n Mr Tnnnp living poor Troy was robbed of over 1 1 000 Sobo Postures being suspected bo enusu he was among the guests nt tit homo on the tiny it occurred IIowov lit evidence over occurred against hum until recently following the loath o ionlupon hug open yielded 8180 anti uow M r Tanner is searching tho premises tq the remainder REMOVED 0Ii liUOIIANAN Inns novel his stool of Dry Goods front tho ground floor tit tho room np stairs over its grocery lions whoro he wilt continuo to sell goods a cost und loss tutu cost Miitraneo onlaoICaruflicrs Jlh ICaUvry Having leased tho oven ut the Oil Bakery und scoured tho sorvlco of Mj Mayers to do tho baking am now prc pared to furnish tho people with frdbread timid unkos UH wo Iwkc them roll ovary day und will commenuo to run broad wagon III n few day for the- o at comodution of our ouHtomors Solldtl ing a share of your patronage I romatt Yours trulItf A U OAIII11IIIItit tTnx N I Taxes IiYour City Taxes have boon due shjf Mardi 1st Count forward awl sitIliV a palbTax DILLON Jy0i Cf 4dUWuci J iarilvGFORLadies andd GentlemeniiTime dealers are scarce who can equal our 300 Shoe Values We are prepared to give real extraordinary values in t MENS BOYS LADIES MISSES and- CHILDRENS SHOESii i School Shoes I Iii That stand the strata Weve just opened a lino of tho Nobbiest Shoes for Boys and Girls that we have ever shown and not the most expensive sorts either C BIGE IBnDDiiCASKi fE I I FOR JBE BEST IN CROCZBIlCS I l Go wheref they all go whd want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO 1 Rogers Threlkelds TTPTODATB GROCERY tt WIT1lliog Oii STAND FRESH Goods Delivered FrEe Clinton Street MEATS Telephone 74 ILJEIDHf1BlD IBlllHDL- ECroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement Y Ve carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no t- ii pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphono G Goods Promptly Delivered i Bring Your Job Work to This Office u e tlokl dJM SheUl Whe t Drills f11w r Oliver clad 7rULloarx Olxill PlcowL Lawn Swings Acme Harrows Diso Harrows Collars Hamcs Backhands Traces c BUGGIESand HARNESS the best grades ondstyles always in stock in large quantities To get one to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial r = t o I E E FIEEVES db CC IJIIGKLMAN KENTUCKY 1 j i 4 I BRYffl TO POPULISTS I I iDemocratic Candidate Receives No tificatioa at Topeka t iRd Addresses Immense Catherine on tlaeI Various Invite Old nntl New Strong Arraignment of He publican Iolldec 4 rom 20000 to 30000 people Harened tQWilliam J Bryan at Topeka lanII Thursday AilgURt 23 on the occasion ottPf8 notification by the populists of Kansas of their nomination of him for tfle presidency in responding to which hg said I JMr Chairman and Members of the Notification Committee In accepting that presidential nomination which you tender on behalf of the populUt party I IrfdfMro to give emphatic recognition toci1e educational work done by your party The populist party as an organlra tfon and the farmer alliances and the laIbor orsanlzattons from which they prungI have done much to arouse the people to a study of economic and Industrial questions UlHIcvInK us I do that truth grows not liuscoluslon but In the open Geld and thattittthrivee best In tho sunlight of full andIfrcg debate I have confidence that the dlaIcussion which your party has compelled will aid In reaching that true solution of pending problems toward which all honest citizens aim 1doslre also to express my deep appre CJlmon of the liberality of opinion and devo tion to principle which have lead the mrm I- bm of your party to enter the ranks of any o r party In the election of a candidatesAVhlle 1 am grateful for the confidencee ihtch the populists have expressed In mec I itn not vain enough to regard as pereonala lbilt extraordinary manifestations of good 4111Ii The tlea which bind together those wjftj believe InXlie sume great fundamental principles are stronger than ties of anecIItte stronger even than thE ties of bloodtntldcooperation between the reform forces 1s duo to the fact that democratic popu list and silver republican take the side of thlP people In their contest pgalnst greedw end agree In the application of Jeffersorlan prflfclples to the question Immediately betfore us Tlie OnrrehcyFQnestlon In 185 the money question was of perntmount Importance and tho allies In thatecampaign united In the demand for the 1mtinidtate restoration of silver by the Indetpendent action of this country at sixteen totone the ratio which has existed since 1881 They were defeated but that did not ondtl the discussion The democrats were deptested in 1SSS but that did not put an to tariff reform The republicans were defeated In 1aC bit that did not permanently overthrew the protective tariff Defect at the pails does not necessarily decide a great problem Experience and experience alone nettles questions If an Increase In the volqume of the currency since 1MO although un romls d the republicans and unexpect tledconditions this Improvement Intsead oftlanswering the arguments put forth In favor the conten IItlonwould make better tlmlUhowever while tlclalmlrltion xriaKesno permancntproflBton for an adequate supply of standard money It deIItiles the necessity for more real money r IIthemoneywIf the populists feel justified In opposing thu tipubllcan party when It sought to cont11CHIlIa gold standard tendencies under the mast of international bimetallism the op pro1r ly espouses gold mIIGreenbnckqIn JS96 the reform forces charged the s republican party with Intending to retire the greenbacks This charge denied at that time has been confessed by the finan cial bill which converts greenbacks when onoePeadtm id Into gold certiflcatee and l extendsnewprlIlcBOs to banks of Issue If a populist opposed the republican party when Its hostilities to greenbacks wax only eugpected that opposition should be great i er now since no one caIn longer doubt the I purpose of the republican party to substi d tute bank notes for greenbacks It Is true that the populists believe In an Irredeemable greenback while the demo crats believe In a greenback redeemable In cola but the vital question at this time so far as paper money Is concerned Is whether government or banks shall Issue It There will be time enough to discuss the redeem ability of tho greenback when the green back Itself Is saved from the annihilation of n which now threatens It The republican party Is now committed to a currency aye i tom which necessitates a perpetual debt while the populist finds himself In agreement with the democrats who believe In paying oft the national debt as rapidly Upossible The Inrnine Tax If belief In an Income tax Justified a pop partyinthe republican party now when oven theJexigencies of war have not been sufficient s to bring that party to the support of the Income tax principle- PopullstsfbellevtIh arbitration now ascmuch as they dTd In JS56 and aro as muchrTpb e Op government by Injunction and theblaCKltxt as they were then and uponu these subjects they have as much reason for cooperation with the democratic party hpdfodriearsngoDemorruta favor i tho principles of direct legislation If anIdifferences exist as to the extent to which f the principle should be applied these dlrC ferences can be reconciled by experiment Democrats and populists agree that ChiII nese and other oriental labor should bo ex eluded from the United StateseDemocrats and populists desire to so en large Ifcc scope of the Interstate commerce actas to enable t he commission to protect both persons and places from discrimina lion and the public at large from excessive railroad rates Tho populists approve the demand set forth Inthe democratic platform for a labor bureau with a cabinet officer at Its head Shah an official would keep the administra i tion In close touch with the wageearning portion of the population and go fir toward securing such remedial legislation aa the toilers need I The Trusts I In 1S96 the populists united with the dem ocrats In opposing the trusts although the question at that lime appeared like a cloud J scarcely larger than a mans hand Today thU cloud wellnigh overspreads the Indus trial sky The farmer does not participate I In the profits of any trust but he sorely I feejs the burden of them all lie Is depend en upon the season for his Income When ho I plants his crop he knows not whether wind will blow it down or hall destroy it or In sects devour It and the price pf his crop is- as I uncertain as the quantity If a private l monopoly can suspend production and fix J the price of raw material as well as the price ot the finished product tho farmer powerless to protject himself when he sells Is jplundered whon ho purchases Can any I farmer hesitate to throw the Influence of I tits ballot upon the aide of those who desire I to protect the public at largo from monopolies The fact that the trusts support the re publican party ought to bo sufficient proof I that they expect protection from It Tho republican party cannot be relied upon to t extinguish the trusts so long ns It draws I lie campaign contribution from their over flowing vaults Tlae IraiperityfArgemeuIT- heprosyicrlty argument which the re I toansvveralic0hmnplaints dtcclvi the farmer lie knows that two factor enter Into his income First the size ot his crop and second tho price which ho receive for tits same Ho does riot return thanks to the party In power for favorable weather and a bountiful harvest and ho knows that the republican party has no policy which Insured 11 permanent iticr ass In agricultural prices Since he ells hit surplus in a foreign market he 1 Is not a beneficiary of tho tariff and since he produce merchandise and not money he does not profit by the appreciation of the dollar lie know that tho much vaunted prosperity of which he has never had his share Is on the wane In spite of the unusua and unnatural stimulation which It has received during the last three years lie knows that each month of 1900 shows a larger number of failures than the corresponding month ot ISM and that there U already a marked tendency toward a decrease In the output of the factories lie knows also that discoveries ot gold famines abroad and war on three conti nent have not been able to raise the price of farm products fie rapidly us trusts and combinations have raised the price of the things which the farmer buys Hangers of Delay It la sometimes urged by partisan pop that four years more of republican misrule would so aggravate economic con dition as to make reforms easier No one can afford to aid in making matters worse In the hope of being able to make them bet er afterward for lu so doing he assumes responsibilities for evils which he may not be able to remedy No populist however sanguine believes It possible toalecfaI populist president at this time but the populist party may ba able to determine whether- a democrat or a republican will be elected Mr Chairman the populist convention which yourcommlttee represents thought t better to share with the democrats In the honor of soourlng some of tits reforms de ired by your party than to bear the odium of remaining neutral In lhlr great crUla or giving open or secret akl to the repuUllt n party which oppose all the reforms for which the popullcts contend Those who labor to Improve the condi Ions which surround their fellowmen are to become Impatient but they mart re that It take time to work out grout reforms New Itines I have railed attention to the Issues hich brought the democrats and populUU and which Justified their coopers Ion during the last four year Let me now nulls your attention to new questions which would justify cooperation at this even though we differed upon all- conomic questions It snot our fault that new questions have been thrust Into arena of politics It U not our fault that people have bran ejtled UPORtoltI- Ilder questions ot everincreasing magIIn 18M the tariff question was the subject of discussion and IhIdemocratic party contended that the mosses were carrying a burden of unjust and un nccWary tlXU In lie the tariff quoattoa waa etlll the principal leave between titt democratic and republican parties at though la the west and mouth the money uestion was assuming greater and greater proportion and the populist were con- ending that our monetary system was responsible than the tariff laws for depression In agriculture and the dis tress existing among the wageearners n 1S96 the whole question ot taxation be came of secondary Importance because ef increased boldness ot those who opposed gold and silver coinage Ot the constitu ton When the republicans declared at St Louis that the restoration of bimetal In this country although desirable was Impossible without the aid of the lead ag commercial nations of the old world populists and silver republicans Joined ith the democrats in asserting the right and duty of the American people to shape Unanclal system for themselves re gardleas of the action of other nation Thu failure of the republican patty toso cure International bimetallism and Its open espousal of the gold standard still keep the question In politics but no economic uestion can compare In Importance with question which concerns the principles and structure of government Systems of taxation can be changed with less difficulty than financial systems and financial sys terra can be altered with less danger and lens disturbance to the country than the vital doctrines upon which free government rent In the early 09e when we were engaged In a contest whloh war to determine whetter we should have one republic or two questions of finance were lost sight of Sliver was at a premium over gold and gold and alter were at a premium over greenbacks and bank notes but the people could qUe51tlonI which will determine whether we are to have a republic In which the government derives Its Just powers from the consent the governed or a1emplre in which brute force is the only recognized source of powerIn a government where the people rule every wrong can be righted and every evil remedied but when onee the doctrine of self government le Impaired and might le substituted for right there Is no certainty that any question will be settled correctly lnallrnllm A colonial policy would eo occupy the with the consideration of the nay tions foreign policy that domestic suet flans would be neglected Who will haul down the flag or Stand by the president would be the prompt response to every of the administration and cor- uption and special privilege would thrive the cover of patriotism- It Is not strange that the populist should oppose militarism and Imperialism for both are antagonistic to the principles which populist apply to other questions Looking at questions from the standpoint- of the producer of wealth rather than tho standpoint of the speculator the populist recognizes In militarism a con tant and Increasing burden The arm worm which occasionally destroys a field of wheat Is not nearly so dangerous an- nemy to the farmer aa a large standing army which Invades every field of Industry and exacta toll from every crop If 100000 men ire withdrawn from the ranks of tho producers and placed as u burden upon the hack of those who remain It must mean longer hours harder work and greater sacrifice for those who toll and the farmer while ho pays more than his share of tho expenses of the army has no par In army contracts or In developing com panies and his ions are tear likely to Ill the life poMtlonCln the army than the sons of those who by reason of wealth or polls teal prominence exert Influence at Wash ingtonSoon after the republican leaders began to suggest the propriety of a colonial pol- Icy the payers published an Interview given out from San Francisco by a foreign consul residing at Manila He declared that tho people of the United States owed It to themselves to other nations and id the Filipinos tb hold the Phlllpplnolslandif permanent At the conclusion of the Inter view there appeared the very significant statement that the gentleman was visiting the United States for the purpose of organ- Izing a company for the development of tho Philippine Islands A few days later on his way east he gave out another Interview In which he explained that the company which he Intended to organize would estab lish banks at Manila and at other places throughput the Islands and build electrici light plant water plants street car lines railroads factories etc It seemed that the plan of his syndicate wu to do all th developing and leavo the rest of the Amor lean people nothing to do In the matter except to furnish an army sufficient to hold tho Filipinos In subjection while they were being developed Cost of War- T At the prcactn rate we will spend nn hatla fattaxation which overburden the pool mil and unaertax the rich man In the presence of such an issue as mill tartan It Is Impossible that any populisi should hesitate as to his duty But even the menace of militarism iH ImlerlllIsfllThoparty nullities every principle set fort In the Declaration of Independence strike a blow At popular government and robs the nation of of Its moral prestige Already the more advanced supporter of tho colonial Idea point to the economy of a system ofI which o alcity for legislation Tho Army and Nah Journal In Its Issue of August 4 commend the Hngllsh system and declare that as i result of this system n fifth of the world area containing a fifth of its population Is ruled with an administrative econotn which IIs an administrative marvel and adds One million two hundred thousand dol lane spent in London Is the price of adminis tratlve order over a colonial rule whoso total budgets aggregate JlTJIJSIEK oVCOpti cent more than our total of federal stetcounty and village expenditure for possible purpose for which taxes are ir In contrast to tho result of this evenII of executive administration the fact Is that the American congress has spent an entire winter wrestling with the tariff tb I taxation the administration and the per sonal rights of two little Islands The Eng lUh executive Is an Imperial executive Th e British parliament Is an English legis lature TO TilE SAME SYSTEM WI IRE fOMINO BY TilE DEc RIoJE O- KcmerMSTANCKS AS INEVITABLE AS THAT OK PATio IP TillS BE IM IKUIAUSM MAKE TIn MOST OF IT So far as citizenship Is concerned the Brit lab empire U one but beyond the limit o the I tilled Kingdom the citizen lives undrr a rule pwentUlly monarchial and net re trlrved toy the constitutional limitation of the partamruUry system The American Iullcy Thus does Imperialism bear iii support ers bark toward the dark ages There i11I no middle ground bet ween the American pol icy and the Kuropean policy It this ntler remain true to its principle Us tradluoo and its history It cannot hold coloHtt it It enters upon a colonial career It mutt re pudiate the Doctrine that governments de rive their just powers from the oenaentof thegovernedWhen anlmae Is raised there IIIln only be two partis the party whatever its name mar It which believe In a reps lie sad the party whatever ltd ram which belltve In an empire and the In fluence of nor cltls n Is consciously or nreasMctoncly InUaUoMlly or vnlMeti tonally thrown upon tM one side er thi other Where OM divine right of klnae It rec ocnlaed the monarch can grant jlffMvnt degrees of liberty te different Mhfcru The people ef ItegUtnd can be ruled Ik fIfHI way the people of Canada In another the i people of Irelaad In another white the pee pie of India may be governed accorsMac te still different forms But there can be ne sucn variety in a republic Tn 4etrta of a republic differ from the doctrine of s monarch as the day differs rem the night and between the two doctrine there It an ever mat be an Irrepressible rontttet i Our opponnta say that the world wee 14I laugh at us If we sbouki give Independnce- to the Filipino la king would lawn aristocrats would laugh and these CHIld laugh who deny the Inalienable rl hu or men and dMptse the humbler folk wfcn i along the coot sequestered vale of life kfthe noiseless tenor of their way but Itlii this nation stand erect and spurning the bribes of wealth and pswef show I there Is a reality1n the principles we profose let It show that there Is aUtiI remise between a republic and a archy and the oppressed In every land callraneeupon the battlefield or groaning besot- a tyrants lash will raise their eyes fuward Heavenandbreathea fervent prayerrferth e safety of our republi- cPROSPERITY I IN WAGES Fictitious Capitalisation of Trusts Make Itrdnrllon of Wane ecessary The prosperity enjoyed br wage workers le outlined in a report published in that stanch republican orirna the Chicago Tribune from which the following extract Is quoted The re port In circulation ficreral day apo to the effect that vrngewut time mills of the American Steel and Wire company iad ieenreducodturn outtobetruc In exitei of the emphatic denlaloof theuomp n ofilclal ot the time It IU undent d that the company intends to grndaI reduce wages in the different departments taking one department a a time and thus get wages nook to h level where they were at the time the trust watt first formed The horizon tal reduction of the pay of all the nrn if made at one time it was fmrrd would bring on a general strik Therefore the trust has decided to ut oil the dogs tail by Inches and trim it down to the panic tcnlo gradually The report doeme not sate why 1 should be ncccssury to reduce way That Is left to inference the riL1 merely stating the fact that mmmr a have already been reduced and that be reduction will gradually boom 1 InIera one The trust U capitalized for 75000000 More than onhalf of tint toypay dividends on aU of it the wage of the employes must be rt1tcI Thi ft the way trust prosperlv strlKrs the working masses The amount niched from the ream earnings of UIP rm plojcs Is used to pay dirid nia That is prosperity with a vengeance If H411 conditions qre such that tlu stncklvid erR of this trust are compelled to lire limati t radical reforms ho Introduced an i a system changed that make the wealthy wealthier and the poor poorer DcnvcrPolrtIThe supreme latuc In the Jom ocratic platform for 1000 is unqm n tionably antiImpcriaCIsm A subor dinate and in many respects n scat mental issue Is the silver or money question The latter was n vital la sue four years ego but hardly meat serious consideration In the pre n p campaign No one should allow himself to be deceived on this point He publicans however by minimizing the dangers and perils of Imperialism tne vital issue and magnifying the dan gene and perils of whet Is left of the money issue ore hoping to confuse democratic voters and by their id elect Mr McKinley to a second term eCar Baltimore Sun At the c grellSif pbr nologj tt i London next November a large num ber of prominent persons will be prey bemadeas a sclecoe Q r TIlEI KIGS GARDEN Dr Talmage Discourses on Christ Iand the Church The Mont llenutlfiil Klovrrr nail tfiu trot of Krull Why HIP Sav lour Ilcks the Cholr ram First Copyright 1900 by Louts Klopgoh This sermon Dr Tnlmagc sends from n halting place in his journey I through the valleys of Switzerland It scorns to have been prepared mlclI the bloom quit aroma of a garden midsummer The text Is Song of Solomon 31 1 am cows Into my garden Tho BIble Is n great poem Wo have I r it fdtiltlcss rhythm amid bold Imag 110 ROll startling antithesis and rap lyric nnd swuct pastoral and I instructive narrative and devotional I psalm thoughts expressed In style I more solemn than that of Montgom cry more bold than that of Milton more terrible than that of Danto more natural than that of Words J worth more impassioned than that of 1ollok niece tender than that of t owper more tvolrd than tlmt of Spenser This great poem brings nil I the atays of tho earth lute eta coronet 1 andIpours of judgment eternal harmonies la Its rhythm Kverythlnfr Il this took touches It make beautiful Ifrnm the ptala closes 04 the minimer ihraaaing Oloor to tho dnugkters of t nhor Oiling the trougha for the j imeU hoot the fish boob of Hcahboa up to the 1salmUt praising tied with I a pa son of alarm and lalraiII Jobs Imagery of Orion Aretarua call the Pleladr ofaa great ninny rdelme harlereame added to tIM glory ef his reign by derreriajr that Ihey be es I tbll hed all through the realm dam ridiag even tilt aamofl nf the not13 be planted there Hoary IV ktIMoatpHHer ertabllafted gardens of bttIl witching beauty and uxuriaace pu flrjr 3 them Alpine Iyreateaa actfFrench plants One of the sweetes- tknots oa earth was the garden ofIFhrnstoue the poet Ills writiaga ondthe world but tea gardea the Leawmee will be Immortal To Icnatural advantage of that place washbrought the perfection of art Arbor aad terrace and slope mead rustle tmIpie and reerrolr and urn and fountain I here had their crowning Oak mendm yew and hazel put forth their tieII foliage Thom tear ae life iwore diUIgent no soul more lagealotw taaa tkat ot ShmutfiHo and aU tout dIU j ROMO and genius he brought ta the spotbseveral thoitiand lad yet1 I am toII tell you today of n richer garden than any I have mentioned It Ila the garden spoken of IH my tulUt I garden of the church which belong to Christ for my text says soylie I bought it lie planted It He OWNS 1II anti He shall have It Walter MottI in his outlay at AbbnUford ruined IdaII fortune and now in the onineoa loII era of those gardens you can almost J think or Imagine that you see the blood of that old mans broken heart The payment of tho tact c 100008 racrlfieed him nut I have to tell yen that Christ life and Chriafa death were the outlay of this beautiful gnr I i den of the church of what my text andytears nnd pangs and agonies Tell Tollyme ye executioners who lifted 111m and let Him down Tell me thou sun felleChrist loved the churcH nnd gave I Himself for It If the garden of the I church belongs to Chrint certainly He line a right to walk In It Come then 0 blessed Jesus today Vnlk up and down these aisles rid pluck what I Thous wilt of swoetnewt for Th3IIOICII I The church In my text is appropri tatcly compared to n garden because it is n place of choice flowers of se I irrigatione J Hut I have not told you of theI most beautiful flower in nil this garden spoken of in time text If yr u see I n century plant your emotions are Il utnrtcd You oaf Why this flower has been n hundred years gathering up for one bloom and it will be n hundred years more before other potnlx will come out Hut I have to tell you of a plant that wan gather Il ing up from all eternity amid that 1900 yours ago put forth its bloom never to wither It Is the panKton plant of the cross Traphots fore told Jt Hcthlchcm ahrpTierdit looked upon it in the bud the rocks hookI at its bursting nnd time dead got up in their winding sheets to tee lit fnlle bloom It is n crimson flowerhlooclI I at the roots blood on the branches blood on the leaves IH perfume is to fill all the nations Its breath Is I Heaven Come oh winds from the J north and winds from the south nail winds frv M the eut mill winds from t the west mid bear to all the earthuI the sweet hinclllng savor of Christ I iny LorlllII I IfIs worth If all the nations knew Hero the whole earth would love Him too Again the church may bo appro priately compared to the garden be I cauHC it is n place of Jfrults That t would be a strange garden which had in it no berries no plums or punches or apricots Tine coarser fruits are planted in the orchard or they fire est out on the sunny hllWdo Hut the J garn I den So Inline world outside the church Christ has planted a great many beautiful thlng pntlence Il charily generosity integrity Hut Ue intends the choicest fruits to be In tho gar tn nnd If they arc not there then shnmo on the church Religion is not a mere flowering sen timentality It Is n practical life giving healthful fruit not posies but apple Oh rays somebody I dont see what your garden of tho church has yielded Where did your asylums come from And your hospitals Am your Institutions of mercy p Christ planted every one of them He platted them In Ills garden When Christ Roe sight to Hnrtimeu He laid the cornerstone of every blind lJ11IltIof Oalllec lie lain the cornerstone of every lunatic asylum that has ever been established When Christ salt to tho sick man Take up thy heel and walk He laid the cornerstone of every hospital the world has ever seen When Christ said I was In prison anti ye visited me He laid the cornerstone of every prison reform association that has ever been or ganized The church of Christ is n glorious garden nut It IsI hill of fruit I know there is sonic poor fruit fn It I know there are home weeds that ought to be thrown over thC fence I know there arc KOIIIO crop apple trees that ought to be cut down I know there ore some wild grappa tint ought to ire uprooted nit are yew gerlhRhYou will itnd wnrm cubit Ileaves in KontAlHelilMii and pistols thnt sting In the fairy groves of the Chump Iflyaoec You do not tear down anti destroy them whole gttrdon booaudc there are a tow MpeimoiM of gnarled fruit I admit there are men mend women In tits church who ought not to IM there but let ali be just aa frank and admit the feet that there flu bun deeds mend thousands and leer of thou sand of gloriam Christian men and women holy blessed heft ceiee crated earl triumphant There la HO grander collection In all the earth tarn the ArWotloa of Ghrtatlana There aro CnrioUan morn In awryy- hurch wbvto religion Is not a met ter of iaalm singing end church go Ing Tomorrow morning titat reli tOtMIkl1ttII I the rnHitMHHte table There are women with IM today of n higher type of ekunttUr than Nary of link cry They Net only ait at the feet Christ but they go otU tyro the to kelp Martha In her track that air may Ml there toe There a woman who lama n drunken bus beret who has exkltrfletl more faith ami patlenc and courage then ItW tey in the ire Ho was rowMmed hi 1 inmates Hr has been a 30years inartjrOoiru Yonder U n mnn who has been U years Hid leek unable IMlClueIMIgroan banks of Heaven watching the oarsmen dip their paddle In the cryn tatl river Wky It seems to me this moment aa If St Paul threw to us- a poraolopUJs catalogue of the fruits growing la this greet garden of Cbrlut torr Joy poaoe imtlenoo pharart T brotherly kindness gentle- Ness merry glarletw fruit enough to fill nil the baskets ef ennUi tumid Heaven I leave not told you of the bettor tree In this garden mend of the better fruit It miss planted mat outside Jerusalem n good while sign When that tree was planted It wan M split nnd bruised and barked men wild nothing would ever grow uM n It but no sooner timed that tree been planted than It lucfdrd and hja omcd and fruited and the liftlcllIIlltMtr were only the clubs tlmt struck down that fruit and it fell Into the lAp of the notions and nun began to pick it up and eat it and they found Iii It an antidote to nl thirst to All poison to nil sin to all death the smallest cluster larger than the fatuous one of Kxhcol which two mm carried on n stall between them If till one apple in 1Kden klllpil the race this one cluster of mercy shall rctttore- Agiitn the church In my text Is appropriately called n garden because garden ty of water I have seen n garden In the midst of n desert yet bloom Ing and luxuriant All aroundI was dearth and barrenness but there were pipes aqucdiiotii reaching front thla garden upI to the mountains nail through throe qqurducts time wa ter came Htrcnmlng down nnd toss ing up Into beautiful fountains until every root nnd leaf and flower was saturated That In like the church Tho church Is n garden In tits midst sufferingbutare unto the hills from whence rom cth our help Front the mountains of lads strength there flow down rivers of gladness There is n river gladtieflospcl is one of the nquciluctx Time bible Is another Hnptism and the Lords Supper are aqueducts Wilier to slake the thirst water to wash the unclean water tossed high up In the light of the Run of llighteousness showing ur the rainbow around the throne Oh was there ever n garden so thoroughly irrigated You know that the beauty of Versailles and upontheto the taller place Chatsworth one day when strangers are not to bo ad tattled but by an Inducement which always seemed ns potent withon gotInup above tho stairs of stern nnd JlenmIngcomingdownto near I could hear the musical rush L and nil over the high brntrf stair U came foaming flashing roaring down until sunlight nail ware in glcthomu wrestle tumbled at my left So It in with time church of God Everything comes train above par dun tram above Joy from above adop tion from above tiUlluU Ulon from above Would that now Ood would turn on time waters of salvation that they might flow down through Ills her lingo smith that title day we might each flail our place to ba Hllmi with 12 wells of water and threescore and ten palm trees lark I hear tho latch of the garden gate and I look to MO who U coming I hear The voice of Christ I tim Como into My garden I say Come In 0 Jesus We hut been walling for Thee Walk all through ti4 path look at time flowers look at the fruit pluck thud which Thou wilt for Thyself Jesus Bonus Into tilt garden nod up to that old tnanaand touches him nnd says Almost home father not many more ache for thee I will never leave thee Take courage a little longer anti I will steady thy tottering steps and I wilt soothe thy trouble and give theo rot Courage old mnn Then Christ goes up another garden path and Ho comes to n soul In trouble ami1 anyat Panoel All Is well I lure souls thy tears I have heard thy pntyvr The sun shall not mlle thee by day tier tho moon by night Tkt Lori ihull preserve thee from JouLCOHNIIlThen I see Jesus going upI another garden jwtk and I eee great excite metot amooc the leavesI mend I beaten up te that gluten path to see what Jemera Ila doing tkert and lei He U breaking off Aowora sharp and clean NtH tho stem and I cay Stop Jeewa Do not kill peso IiMttutlful flflwem He tttrua to tae and says MI IIMVO come lutes My garden to fath or lilies and I mean to take these upI te n higher trrraee tor the ganloii around my poise and there I will plant them gild In better toll and In better mile they laU wit forth eight or lewvpH anti avMwter roffolenw mend no frost sisal touch theta forvvot And I looked up Into Ilia faeo awl old Well M I tits ganleaw and1 Thou limit a right to oo what Thou wilt with it Thy will ho oo rIke hardest nrayer a Nan stor grade It lime Mcemed as It JtM Christ took the HaL Prom rails ef your Iteutohohla the real one is gone You know that ah waa too good fer this world She wa the gentlest IN her way tko deepest In her aJIeeHlon mend when at last the slskuewe aamo you hall no Gunk In medicines You knew that the hour of parlinK had oome amid when through the rich grnee af the Lord JMws Chrtol you urrontfered that treasure ywi WJ- leeid JtMW take It It Utke IHId we have Take It Then art worthy The others in the household may hove beet of groMcr mold She was of the finest I mallet that the fine gardens mae limes1 hints high fences around thorn nnd 1 cannot get In It Is so with n kings garden The only glhnpee you ever get of such n garden I when the king rides out In ids splendid ocr rkige It to not so with this garden tills Kings garden I tlfow wido open the gate and tell you all to OOIMO In No monopoly In religion WhoMwjvrr will may Choose now he twren n desert nnd n garden Many of you have tried the gnntan of tide world delight You have found It line boon n chagrin So It was with Theodore Hook He made all the world laugh He make us laugh new when we read hU moms lint ho Coal not make his owji heart laugh While In the midst of hia featlrllles he confronted n looking glaaa mend he MW himself mend said There that is true I look just an I nm done up in hotly mind and purse So it was of Shrnntono of whose gnr dorm 1 told you at the beginning ot my sermon Ho nnt down amid dross bowers and sold I have lot my road to happiness I nm angry and envious and frantte and drnplse every timing orotund me just as it hoeeo a madman to do O ye weary soul cone Into Christs garden today and pluck n little honrt eanc Christ Is thu only rest mind time only pardon for n perturbed spirit Do yon not think your elianou line almost come You men and women who have been waiting velar after year for wine good opportunity In which to accept Christ but liavu pottponcd It S 10 90 80 years do you not feel ns If now your hour of deliverance and pardon and salvation grudgelimitthou wilt not let It be saved Some years ago n vessel struck OR time rocks They lint only one life boat In thnt lifeboat time passenger mind crew were getting imhore Tho sinkingdeepercould not tithe the passengers very swiftly A little girl stood on the deck waiting for herturn to get Into the bunt The boat came nnd went came andSvcnt but her turn did not seem to came After awhile else could watt no longer and she leaped on the tnlTrnil and then sprang into the son crying to the boatman Save mo next Save me next Oh how many have gone ashore Into dorli meroy nail yet your are clinging to tho wreck of sin Others have nay cepted tho pardon of Christ but you mire In peril Why not this moment make n nihh for your immortal rcicui crying until Jcsua shall hear you nnd leaven and earth ring with the cry Save me must I Save mo snlvalionlNowII A cod ntqly i I ii 1 v- r WirrJk PEERLESS ORATOR Brnflf iiJI rh ItxiMMltliiu of Auier lean IliivrrnniPiil Menu IIn Ithi Mirratim I No nun Hvlnjf cal say such Btlrrlu things In wi rta K fret from pionna Wllllnio leimlnirs llrywn He IIe tquiUM N tiaater of rhetoric and of li Kte HF r as iaaet unit tiiMXMiin injf pr hr iti innplrlnif mid convincing If lie tii tin equal among publicMs of tin iuj W I Iredly lust ninony iiI i V priiiui inter puts He will lu it plati In Amcrlcftn history with J tT raft ant Lincoln Hd whether t IiU Ht In then Mde itlttl uhalr i not find It now UKilka filtaoJutoly c uln that he Ifthh faint RII one f the itniiiiM Interpret of true drM Tae UK lIlIrlIIII1II I is aMuretX i He tfrow lii Mature with Oie days sari i prtxafdthought Mill fUMIIIlffJ I ilia Ih1 at lniilniaNil waif a- maalotI exlnaitlon of African got rriiiiiftiiiil iil a am kivMerrptajtceofi Toltelsa1I1 I re a I Ir rkhimtive frill it rau IR r i that on 3 hiiitMlf rNM be lilw parallel In expounding tie great fiiri fttiiinfal truss OB wh4p our ira IinNt txhlence IB hattd hi Sword as runwiMrn a hilly If OomproJlPMwtn In WrpflK IIra pTMMvHtJnl BOII- lination Iran paid 1M teJ1IIIM 7rtIIn his alining afNIMC B a blfrk Bait int ruNspiirntrt tor lb edUeatloini work It hat tone In nroNrfH the JHO pk teal of etoMoiHle and iadi- striailiretiuui for an he says truth grows not In ttelucion bat lit the open 11 i I COME UP t I I JlftM MM It tkriveti bwst In the mn itoe of ill awl frvr di lwtwI It U this frrr and full IaUIIIOtlaN ittat Me IvlMlpjiMH the bnaUnl n HWIoanUtii of the dqynsoat drmd The man wbfl err Mrltltp to ntnVrt the atara and Mripr what Cfrtl ItsxxJr a rallrd the- uaIeM Jurk InI Africa n cmm rolal ttHHrtt wart no tlruiie 111th no more reeUHJCr srstitarst than Wont tvcrUift tieasaot ta wliom tilt pretty Hnurr AN mks rtvir brisk a yellow prttnriHo warn anti woiUthp won the the llnjf ef Va iiloKtoM of laikkon tf UiwolB sad of Grant ka no glory or MMHMUIIK in its folds to thor greedy and VNlKvr plotters of force troavun anti liiimrl llfnti Old jflorv IH porto I Wen CMhu Leer IMUpiilncii suit at liomtN titilm they wu market n com nttrolnl awet Is thlnjf to lx furled akdesperlally Wcflu r of the glowing glory Mad bou fHl tlgtillleauc willeh UryHH wages Into It fords With pader Instead of pntriotUm AS tholr also they weald make It J UH Hal plnr wr tc In the N vy rk IIHIS In iwavcry dayis a rubber tag like otb r IwijiprioHMlc hunting tud- Ir It rannot ar to used why In their cars It Is nothing but a Haunt InK ikI MI llrjan tonchiil on tvvcral tlifiujf bra ori Jl At Topeka wlilcb lit pajoiii nv r at IndlananoJU la referring to the currency qnrHtlon the rrpubllcan party tin nays dasnicR the neeesalty fur more real money wlillt It prrmlts IKI tlonal bunk to expand the volume of promisesl to pay motley It in now caininittrd Ion currency njntom which neesNhatn n jHrpttnal debt a1iilr the populist foils hhiifilf in apriPinwit with the lemocrcts who licllevv In paying alt the nntlunal debt an rapidly nil ponMble In sentence few but clear he advocates an Invome tax the prlmipte of direct Ifglslntlotv the enlargement of the cope of the in- terntote coininoreo act and the vein tion of n labor harems nt WaKhlntfton with n cabinet officer nt ltj broth lie fnvoro the exclusion of Chinese and otter oriental labor from the United State nail In ome arn tonrcA nhowi the rascality of the truKt If he says n private mo notitdy eon fiipend production and fIx the price of the ilnUhed jirodiict thf farmer powerlevy to protect hIm pelf when he ells IH plundered when lie purchases Mr Jlrynu treatment of the pto pprlty argument of the war anti Its cost to the taxpayer of Inipnrlallwn nub other IrHiieH Ieav6s to be ileMret In the way of putting unan nwernble nriiinivntk In pithy nod original manner Kvery true dtl xen will wIsh with him hi his closing words that the oppressed of every land will MM In our flag the hoer of their own deliverance and whether they are Weeding upon the battlefield or grcanlnff beneath n tyrants lush WlU rolr ryes Iowan i heaven 1i tpU mltA i f tt JOHN SMITH CHANGES PARTY A Jiliiiple Story Which llluiilriite the Otirm lvr Ititvrr of Trim This IB the ulniplo Rtory of how partHIligrniidfutlUT wua n whir Joint hint Neff had alwiott voted just UK Ills father dilL prom his early youth he unit nhvnyii evinced an lnti rrat In yolltlcx hut It vnn a qulit IntercM fie didnt fo much on getting Into arguiiiftitn Hi vns nlwnyB content to hellevu tint the republkmnH wtoreI more right than the ileinocrntft no he voted a straight republican ttloket every time John koepn n small store In the sub urbx of a large city Hw grocer Ion oil onixlliM Btntlonery for the school children and Ialn n little In mttitt etipeelally In the winter time when It litI imaler to keep ment than In the glimmer John hUll noticed of late hot his profitst amount practically to notli Ingalfl lie does n fair Amount of bnnl nww he In Mtwdy And dom not KIMIK hip Drone extravapintly trhn to buy pretty good things for his store nl though lie Inevtor 11116 vary uyioh iind ho keopx things ttvnt and oleirth nbout his plan A few months ago IfihnI got hold of n ne iipnp r with Home interesting art trie retrnrdltiK the growth and do etnictivcnunN of the Inmln lUll bind nests was tpdotrlie hnd nothing eUo to read no he jlnneed over thu ear tlele Very 0011 he beoame interested and read them very onrcfully An ir HANNAGOME1 I COUGH OLD HANK rrY n rrlb then jwiptr trenc1mr nothing n terse their WlfJriPlhc itrrniprdyerifortbe Bells K reMilt he Is In A predicament IiI worrlrtr eonsldenibly He can no longer accept the jtreKentment of the repnullcnn Rid of the omit as he used to Yesterday he rend In a paper abut the great proijiMrlty through lout the country abut the qnormoiiR amount of gouda uhlppcd nut Imiight by Inole Snot of the Increased amount of l Ukine M loving done and of the Increase In the amount of money In circulation He does Koine thing now that he never did before He questiona the truth of their state meiitN For itt itnncc he wants to know where the money ROCK He Is not making any his frlemln In buM net H tell hint that they are not mak ing any money Some years ago they used to make money yjffl they used to npnnit It liberally too but now they are forted to play close to the cushionJohn fIn doing n little figuring now all by htmnelf and IK doing considerable thinking He wondrn why it IH that be ami his old friend those he knows In Jown art not makin oily money lie figures that ther ore more pimple around town than there were In the dayn when bllldl1 watt good He tlgureN that they should rut an much AR ever In fact should upend about ax nnich money all ever lint do they lie nnmverH hln5ulf by saying that iw dooa not Kpetul UK much money as he Used 1 upendI lit tloeMit get hold of It to hpeml He figures that what Is true of him In trueof other people The question who gets the money tIn what he IIK trying to figure out He looks about the store nt his small supply of goods and recalls from whom he buys them Nearly everything he huts In stock IK handled by trusts There IN no competition He must buy from that one party o not buy at nil They bull the pries lie lion to pay a large sum for the goods but he cannot ulwnyft charge large price because the peoplel wont pay It for what IH equally at bad they cant pay it What in the re Imltl The result laI that the trusts make the money The merchant 1 is forced to buy hiM stock from concerns a that toluate no competition He la1 forced to nell his1 goods In competition with his fellow mcrchantx owing 1to the combines that are formed tile profits of the wholesale houses ar never cut If the prices of the good are raised to the small merchants iit simply follows that Its profits are dl minished The merchants loss IH thu combines gain And It Is equally true tint the comblnea gait IhI not only the merohanta loss but the publlca na well This IIC the filet which John Smith has discovered and about which he In energetically telling his lrlenel- nnll neighbors And as n result of having at lost seen the light upon thi trust question he lion derided tot agalntt them by casting a ballot fo RryniiijTIinsi tjida the simple irtory tit rijcohR Stalthlr r 1 IN THE JEWELRY LINE While there laI every prospect that b Btcrltng ullvcr In Its thousand and one dftTcrent forms will be ajt much In evi dence as ever it IIs apparent that there IIB n decidedly strong rival in the field and that ia ebony both the genuineii and Its runny Imitations will also have Its share of popularity although neither of the foregoing can usurp the position so long held by alb ver In the popular estimation In spite ot the enormous amount of cheap finger purses with whi 5h the l market has been flooded ao a result f of the high favor in which the article Is held goods of the better grade are in excellent demand Thir will be at once evident when it Iis seen that purses of hornbock alligator retailing from three dollars upward are called for to a great extent These purses are ojso being shown in Mexican and carved pyrographlc effects In both of which forma they have token very wellTo a certain extent the necklace has been revived luring the past year or so but owing to tho high favor in which stock and ribbon collars have been held in that time it has been found difficult to create a demand for the old style necklacethe short closefitting variety which Ila mainly used for evening wear To obvlltte this the new styles have been maile much longer in many instances being eufllclent to encircle thq neck several times and still be long enough to bong almost to the waist I To nil appearances the fob does not I teem to have lost one whit of its pop t nlority vith tho masculine element i while it lion ascended in favor ma terially with the women Every con ceivable material has been pressed Into service for this purpose from leather to 14 karat gold the materials Intervening between the two In question being so many as to scarcely perg mit of enumeration As in other lines there lion been somewhat of a trend toward antique effects one of the most popular fobs of this kind con sisting of an article composed entirely of reproductions of ancient colnt VARIOUS BITS OF INTEREST The average height of an English man Is five feet elgh and three quar ter Incites Kiddville Right Angle and Log Lick are Kentucky post offices There are approximately as many hogs as people in the country Child labor In North Carolina mills has decreased 50 per cent in the past three years In many of the Chicago skyscrapers there Is but one fire escape to ICO em ployes The river business of Pittsburgh last year included 1318323 passengers and E8J3166 tons of freight There are between 250000 and 300 000 pounds of garlic annually actin- sunned by Italians French and other foreign residents of the United States St Joseph Mo raises a municipal banana crop each jear In the park conservatory grows a banana tree that faithfully produces an annual bunch of bananas- A serious problem confronts the en glncers in charge of the erection of the great Netrork peace memorial on the summit of Lookout mountain in getting the material for the monu ment to the top of the mountain 2000 feet above the surrounding counI tryThe apricot orchards In Santa Clara county in the vicinity of San Jose art the largest in the world Several orchards there are over 100 acres in ex tent and many cover 50 and 70 acres The total acreage of apricot orchards in Santa Clara county is over 600C acres MAIIKKT HKIOHT Cincinnati Sept 3 10g25e CALVKS Extra ffi 710 46NIxtd packers 5 25 s4 40 SIIUKI Choice r 5 3 8- 5Iu1MIiSExtras 8j 0 25 FLOUH Spring pat 3 00t 4 40 WHHAT No 2 ml g 7- 6CUitNNo 2 mixedr 43 23oBYENo2 r j 54 HAY Ch timothy lOlU7Mess Q1310II LAUD = Steam UUTTBKCh dairyn 11I 23ytAIMLESuiATOESIer lirll 1 25 TO1IACCO New 2 00II 0 05 Old 10 10 50 CHiCAGO 00r1V111TNo 2 red 754 10 7Gy No a spring 74 75 41iaan KYK II 52 POHK MCKS 11 00 fijll 0- 5LUtpSteam uG 72l r 0 75 NEW yonKIFLOUR Win patent 3 75 tt 4 OOI V4COHNHVB OATSNo K J mixedr1Il8 25 II 4 I 1OUK Mess 12 00 t 13 00 LAUD Steam a 7 10 IIALTI3tOREe 72f4Southernft 4OAlSXoCA1TLK First qual 4 DO II 5 40 1I0U8 Vesteru 5 00 C fe 0 00 INDIANAPOLia- WIIKAT No 2 redtt 75- CORNNo 2 mlxcJII 41 21yN2AUIBVIGLFt 50e72e43rOATS Mixed 22Vij 23 1UItKYeas r l 5- 0LARDStNntn a jI r 0 l5 ntnllatTbeindinantlooldgppsKngerwaeabeutto l toneeflrritationlo onWhwe fhedrinkiogwaterkitchen rUlij tn minutes Time car tloelnt Ind1t11i thewadothatthei8ilerinThe hit breath and then runttbIi i i p canbraveLehspkorjis ors every day of my lifeffWaihingtoa Star Medal Awnnted Walter linker d Co furs Aug 20fbe Judges of the parh Kpoitlon have just awarded a gold metal to Walter U kcr d Co Ltd Dow luster Mass U S A for their reparations of Cocoa and Chocolate Ibis famous company now the largest manufacturers of Cocoa and Chocolate In UI World have received the highest award from the great International Dna lither expositions in Europe and America this Is the third award from TribIunI In tour adwtinmtnt said the man offieft are n microbes on the Ice that you furnish to your customers bepJardao tint the caller would not have to blink an i assertion1nd4 with the uaO manner curl I have celled to say believingthattH livery man to leave at ray residence bet hr luture let of such dimensions that two or thre microbfcn if they felt to inclined couii rcupy it without unduly crowding C4cL other Hsrptrs IJazar At the Summer lintel mountalnJItal JliM tee itwho thinks the it speaking of som- elhinrleYes Iand I told the landlord he hadttUtter oat get s sandbag and Irk n e- stD ether footpad if he expected to make cl IJPI like that Baltimore American LOWUATI5 nXCUHSlONS Via Mliconrl Paclflc IlalliTar ana Iron Mountain Iloulv v To points in the West Southwest and South east at 6alf rates llu5 2001 for the roundI Septemplethberlitb anddthand December 4th and 18th i 1000 For foil information land folders etc addren any agent oiabove lines or 11I TownlendGl d T AgentStLouis3l o Part of the Care Mr HenpeckThe doctor says I abiolute y mast kfo away next week for a rest Mrs Henpeck Soodnett I cant posev tly I 1 outbrnllmml Carter Ink IB Selentlflcallrco- nipoiK + td of the beet materials If yo drtiti Goes not keep it be can get it for y lObe poorinsist upon playing golf it w be with this prtciwly as it was with appen dmitis our heat peOple will drop ItDetroit Journal I am lure PitOa Cure for Consum Pboused my life lucre yeah golrl r Robbins Maple Street Norwich N Yo Feb 171t100 De Ruyter sent his daughter abroad to be polished Well I can see her finish Town Topics Dyeing Is as Mroplo as washlnp when yon use PirrxiM PADBLCSS Dull Bold by all druggists The person who ifve en hope iis seldom troubled with obesityPunk- halt Catarrh VarIfa a Constitutional Cure Price 75c Very few people do welli in an emergency Atchison Globe All the Kentucky belle chew Kiime Gum I i They like it A fool at 20 may be wise at 40Chico Daily News nn ieiiiiiiui5i Satisfaction 5Iy i Allis unusual with FiveCent cigar smokers but it has been the every day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smoked OldVirginia Cheroots I during the last thirty years because they are just as goodnowin faUr better than when they were first made I Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this j year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 teats c 0 rltf n Enjoy urselfMM dcea aFortCournt WILLIAMS Ft route TO lal I In going Texas and the Cotton Bcltvou eroy good dinner in the Parlor Cafe Car at reasonable price and withdraw Smoking Gentlemens to smoke yourcigar J I in easy chair surroundings as pleasant and comforts as great asIin your home or your Ladies will find their comfort provided Iinthe Ladies It will crest you only SO cents extra Iride all day in this 25 cents for a half day I The Cotton Belt offer yon the qulekut and hottest route to Tenwithout thane can Both dr and night train are quipped with Owche and Free R lloiae Chair Carat alto farlor Cats nlehlIWrite and tell na where you are gctag aadwhenyon will tear and ire will ten you what your tleket wilt tot sad what train to take to make the liftt 1 1m and connection We will also tend yon an Interfiling UtUoIUx klet A Trip to Taxis 14 LkHWlllaTne Y CPUU1TllIeseYITOL V t1M5LTlI Isia5UTae fLIT1TT1RtlsdnsllNs L L srn01lTPlCWICa TtoL s E W UBEAUME aP aiiT A St Uiris Me ant by Dr J Moflett acraduata TEETH INAwal Medical Colege Philadelphia PA la his and successful treatment ot children In Georgia In overcoming the trouble incident to teething and the hot summers TEBTIIINA Teething Powders counteracts the effect of hot weather nod keeps the dt a4tUa organs In a healthy condition end has saved the lives of thousands of children In thIS doc y native where physicians prescribe and alt mothers give It and Is criminal tnotbervof our nectlan to allow their babes and little children tollurTrETH N A fer and perhaps die when relief can be BO easily obtained by 1 Cert eftly25ctrttatIruSltjermU25cto C J MOFFETT IW n C f Lou hbo tCuAYOTo OMAHA 71DoubleDaily Service onNewlfaevlttRoCkford Dubuque DWo 4 tPc11Dht9s Baiter- librarysmoking ran sleeping care free reclining chair cars dining cars Send to the undrrt Icned fora fre copy of Pleluresand Notes CnReul Illustrat fog this new line as seen from tho car window Tickets of agents of I X R R and connecting pica A U lANSON 0 F A Chicago I BlindP pant AtdrnKVt orbr mall on receipt of price all teal and alGeJltXJCOIrOpCXBVKU M Outs I GENTPr Sq Ropegoi 1UK rT lasts nuo ua uxntT ciibu fII i H En i xYto can 3I i a to the Observation Room an with I club for Lounging Room car of comfortable fill t used Cbarle toes state It In PAPERREADERS OF TitUS DESIUINQ TO RUT ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLC INS BHOLLU INSIST UPON 1IAV1NQ WHAT TIIKT ASK TOK UKHglXO ALL SUBSTITUTES OK IMITATIONS r Uellclon Demmerta- Durnhnm hasty Jdlycon makes the- finest t dessert jellies clear and sparklingtI and deliciously flavored Prepared in a min ute It it only necessary to dissolve in hotswater and set away to cool Flavors or ange iemon strawberry raspberry peach wild cherry and unflavoreti talfsfoot for I making wine and coffee jellies All grocers t sell it I miCQfi When ltoctnr and otben fall In relitS free Mr linutr7NF51NllenerorfalhA Kowiin MlUvnukev l atJJ t PrSO S CUKE F I III BatConahdyrnRTsaweOooc I Uio I ta Iteia Paid DT dnxarlita eONSUMPTlON I A N KE 1829 1VHCX AVItlTIXO TO AHVEUTISUItS please elate that you saw the AtlTcrll Ietat In this puper Fight on for wealthold I Money Bags your liver is drying up and bowels w ring out some day you willI cry aloud for health offering all your wealth but you will not get it because you neglected Nrture in your mad rush to get gold No matter what you do or what ails you today is the dayevery day is the dayto kcsp watchof Natures wantsand help your bowels act regularlyCASCARETS help Nature help you Neglect means tile in the blood foul breath and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life Dont care how rich or poor you are you cant be well if you have bowel trouble you will be regular if you take CASCA i RErSgetthemtodayCASCARETSin it like candy and it willwork gently whiletyou sleep It cures that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels and gives them new life then they act regularly and naturally that is what you want it is guaranteed to be fQfJJJd in 4THElIDEAL LAXATIVE r t CANDY CATHA1fZTIC JOeALL s DRUGGISTS25c 1 a mortal suiicring from bowd troubles sad too poor to toy CJSCARETS we a fo tardy ilany Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertlKmtnt and papa asjj 1 r f 4 et 1 Building Material jjROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 t BENI c h Doors and Windows Shingles c Limo and Cement j Builders Hardware j Paints Oils I J etctI ESTIMATES j CHEERFULLY FURNISHED FEED STUFFS I Hay Oat Corn Bran etc etc r I J LPWSplison I r j Im mighty glad said Partner Brownii to his boy just homo from school Ye studied foncm while away for as a I Kinoral rule I A boy at school dont learn n thing thats I worth a row u pins Rut now weve fence onouh to build to last till school begins I Tears Legitimate Arguments Before a Jury 4tt e The supreme court of Tennessee has made n somewhat novel and interesting decision It holds that a lawyer has aright to shed tears to influence the vor diet of a jury and ip fact says that if j ho can bring tears to his eyes at will he is derelict if he neglects to do BO Tile case in point was ono to which the doIfondant had appcalcdon the ground that the weeping of the attorney for plaintiff j had undue influence on the jury The court found that the point had neverTJ been raised before and assorted largelytoSaid the judge deal wholly in logic and argument without any embellishment Others use rhetorical and occasional lights of fancy an imagination Oth ors rely upon noise and gesticulation bliofbli tons prejudices and sympatlyos of the jury Others combine all those modes Ho declares that no cast iron rule should be made but that tears have always L been considered legitimate arguments before ajury and would appear to bo- one of the natural tights of counsel as it would be difficult to decide whether or not the emotion was natural if such a point should be raised Ho says a trial udgo should not interfere with theshed ding of tears unless they are indulged in to such an excess as to impede em barass or delay the business before the court TESTED THE MILK j j jJU1WE of dairymen arrested a few Omaha Neb on the chargeIj to keep their milk from souring when arraigned on Saturday i admitted using a preservative compound ofI 1 JudgeSaumuel to The prosecuting attorney askedJudge if he was willing to drink some of thodmilk as a test and his honor answered fAYesI The Judge drank it and adjourned J tho cases until Monday so ns to seebwhat effect if any this milk has on tho i court Monday a telephone message way sent to the court house saying that the Judge was ill and would not be on dntyr until the next day A substitute was appointed to thet tdlIryent dwhichd is principally formaldehyde a ful ouehnicalPhiladelphiahecord I WIG FEE Jlr McCormack Files Claim for 10 000 for Attending Goebelb Louisville Ky Sept 1Dr J N McCormack of Bowling Green who attended 1 Win Goobel after ho was wounded has filed his claim againsts the estate of the dead man It is fors the sum of Ton Thousand Dollars Tho enormous tee has however been an I proved by Arthur Goebel who states that it was due to Dr McCormacka effort and skill that his brother was kept alive long enough to attain his great am bition to become Governor of Kentucky 1 As Arthur Uoebel is solo beneficiary uu dor the will of the late William Goebel his apprpvaLof tho claim makes piy mont of it certain and it is said tho es tutu of the deceased democratic lender II will amount to at least 8100000 of This is undoubtedly the largest fee over earned in Kentucky by a Kentucky doctor in so short a time Dr 1 McCormack attended hiss patient only 4 4froth Tuesday till Saturday evening iu conjunction with several other surgeons What the other doctors may claim has not been disclosed rCJudge Klnginan for Bryan Samuel A IIngrnau of Topeka linn for ten years chief justice of the SU prank court ot Kansas a lifelong Re publican and a pioneer of the state an pounces his determination to support W J Bryan and tho entire democratic ticket Ho leaves tho party of his is I younger days which ho served with conspicuous credit with great reluo titmice but ho believes tho party has do i parted so far from its original teach- lugs that ho can no longer consist i cntly remain with it Judge Kingman stands on tho Ian sas City platform regarding the issues growing out of the Philippine war lie regards militaryism as the greatest mon ace to the Union that hay arisen BJnce 01 DEMOCRATS MAY CONTROL THE NEXT CONGRESS That the neat Senate of the United States coming in ou time 1th of March 1001 will bo Democratic or controlled by the united opposition to tho Repub livens is a strong probability according to time calculations nnd claims of the Democratic loaders at Congressional Campaign Committee headquarters at Washington Secretary James Kerr tutu wlmonthh there is no shrowdor nor more careful political reckoner in the country is 1101I Itivo in tho assertion that If Bryan is elected both houses of Congress will be Democratic Chairman Richardson aim Secretary Kerr are lu close communication wltht every Congressional District in tho country from which they are receiving daily advices They fur familiar with tho political situation in every State amid their most conservative calculations t give tho Democrats or time opposition to tho Republicans more than enough ad ditioual Senatorships as a result of tho forthcoming November elections to ClIp turn tho United States Senate A change of nine Senators will make the Senate n tie With tho election of n Democratic Vice President this change of nine Senators will IH sufllclmit to neutral Time Republicans at preset have n majority of eighteen but thero will be thirtytlireo newly and reelected Son atoms to take their seats next 4th of March barring contest of title Of this number the Democrats count with ultlmost au absolute certainty on n gain of seven with a doubtful column ot six from winch time probability is strong they will add tho necessary two or tutee SeuatorshiH to obtain time fnnjonty iu the Senate wrhotIScllltOrsbeen chosen are Alabama Arkansas Colorado Rhode Island Georgia Idaho Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky ttliuuCSotnnJXobrnskatICnroUnuCarolina South Dakota Tennessee 1VifRinla114Thocrams are assured gains to tho Senate aro Colorado Idaho Montana twOsNebraska Utah and Delaware mi iitA i rAA i i tlfioiolltadded to tho above urn Illinois Virginia1Vyoniiug Illinois Central R Re ty I OF INTEREST TOWI STOCKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend the An nun Heeling at Chicago i = or The Board of Directors of tho Illinois meetingholdpreamble and resolution presIdentL tranportulioncompanyslirastho annual mooting of tho stookliold ors was reconsidered and amended so as read as follows RKSOLVKD That until tho further or er of this Board there shall bo Issued each holder of one or more shares of tho capitol stock of tho Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered t n the ooks of the Company enabling him or CompanyslineCentral Railroad ut cost to his or her roIlrturnl to bo good for the journey to Chi the i sodiutely1romlChicago n stumpd ti saybetWeanolfce of time Assistant Secretary Mr W G IlituEX in Chicago Such ticket may e obtained by any registered holder of stork on upplcatioii in writing to tho Chlcnkro1Each I name and address of the stook holdJJ eratogether with number and date of j uchi certificate No more than tint per will bo carried free in respect to any ono holding ot stock as registered on tin CompanyBy of Directors I A G HAOKSTAFF Secretary I Tile next annual meeting of tho stock holders of tho Illinois Central Railroad Company will be hold at the oillco of tho Company in Chicago on Wednes day Sept 20 moo at noon For tho purpose of this mooting the Stock Trans or Books will be closed tram tho close business on Sept 11 to the morning of September U7 = jiefore Deciding on Your Summer Trip Look up rates routes and train ser vice via the Mobile K Ohio R R to to IIIPutinBavObloJ Springs Col Mackiuao Is laud Mich Chicago Ill St Paul Minn Minneapolis Minn St Louis NorthDustserviced This company has in service a j complete hue of now vestibuled conch t Their klulesmade at St Louis Union Station for all prominent Summer resorts SpecialI l Mobile d Ohio representative meets all Incoming trellis at St Louis and seen to the transfer of passengers to tho connecting pities attends to sleeper reser 8aloIfrom Juno 1st to September 80th limited to return patoago to October 81st WOO for rates tickets and fall informii mien apply to Ticket Agent C M SIIEPARD Gen Pas Agt- lifobtlo Ala Ct IIUTAS PRBVENTS A IVNK Tlmclrllalforin Joke IH time SiicHK AChicago Chicago Sept 8Ilya trite HttK h deca1tionnrresto 1 stampede of frantic men nnd wouifi III the speakers stand At Kloctrtc lirk preventing n punk The Nebraskan had just fought Ih WilY through tho crowd nnd hadtak u platformf pmall stand creaked nnd bpgan ftb at- tor A section of tho floor gavo way andl women shrieked in terror and men Iwd- to jump over tho railing on limo herd r imcketl throng at the rent ot tilLo stand Hello laughed Mr lryad turnip smiling lacd upon tlto scatted IJCoJh IllaUfllITlleronow stand still wont you If you lila III ogether where you uro you will he thinfnll a IIii is itaan ovary dny occurrence Iiicolt isuninco had n quieting effect on 111- 1orowd l Vllon limn dust cleared nWII Itt was found that n few people hud 1 pmclipitatiHll into tho chnmbor under tb- sstand but none was seriously injure =A RICH lUfIOmylI BUZI wish I 11rich and could havo things lilts SOlD f tho boys that go to our school I say Bon said ids father tnnimn round quickly how much will ake for your Ilogs 1I11I IusurprYesJ Why 1 run amid jump mill play two null O verjthiug ThafB so said tho father u- ouldnt take tOil thousand dollars rr ynn1toNor your good health 1- cNo sir- Your hearing and your tense of I aro worth live thoutuind dollar youhinkYes sir- Yonroyes now How WQull1on to have fifty thousand dollars and o blind tho rest of your ltforII would not like Hot allIThink a moment Con Fifty tlnu dollars ia n lot of monoy Are yu very sore much you would not sot them f IrII Yes sir- Then they are worth that much it least Lets sea now logo ton thousanl arms ton voice too hearing tlv taste five good hoalth ten eyes tif That makes our hundred thousand dollars my boy nt the very lowest t1j urea Now run and jump play thn ar ydur ball laugh and hear your pluy langh too look with those fitly ousand dollar eyes of tours at alt the beautiful things about you and coin with your usual appetite for diumr and think now and then how rich y j really are It way a Ie son that Den never forgot and state that day hover tar a cripple a blind man but that ho thinks stow many things he nan to bo thankful for And it has helped to make linn content uclSollCtd Definition of the Word What does the word honeymoon encomia papa asked tho small lioy The old gentleman ooughud once or twieo and looked nt hip olio You know what honey incam in slung dont your lie asked nt length It moans monoy answered tlr boy Precisely Well moon u a pined and honeymoon well flguro it out for yourself Ira easy HOUIP Folks Preferred Small Margaret hud said her pravors and her mamma was tucking her in to ave her to her dumber wh n tho legged that mamma wonM riot leave her imbue Why Margaret said mamma but surprised at tthis nurx tl demand you know you are youYesrepinedmaiden doubtfully 101 know Hut mamma Id rather have some of my own redo tons Womans hone Companion Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to oxcood iluca each from farmers who are Kutcrib llroduchA gaoll cheap wheat drill for wait Lint USK Good cow with young calf for NIt A II LKW- BQluMill Cow with tine young dl for Bale Also H lot of hogH Apply to 0 L tots Poland China logs IU head sows stud boars 0 wovc old for solo A M McCti us CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customera Wo ar lucre stay Nobody will appreciate your or take more pleasure in try to please you than wn old nliublo barbers U U OAII VKLL WILL flltotyrL IIorNc Ullo Barber NIiop- In the new Lauledo Hotel wher can toadytorazors Well try to lJu1TI HungH THE STEVE STAB liivery mill FCHM Nfnhlt cfiuton Street wetoMIicknian Wilg IluggieiiIioraopnccomodnUOJi l t W Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS c Gall and see our Stock Every- think up to late MAIIY lUnixuB9t Co I Joe W IltiinrK II H llriulry BENNETT REMLEY ATTORNEYS AT LA w e Will practice in nil Courtsoemperohdly- the I Courts of II Ink man and Fulton coun ties Mr UonnuttH union will roinain in Clinton Iud Mr Hondoy in Iliukiimn C E EAKER Greaeiul Grocer i Powell Block Clinton St lUtiag fttirtli eelthe flrocerjr Shook of J J n HonJurinl would be tteattl to- line sal oM frltoJ local I Frnb Good And holes Darwin DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKHAS KKNTOOKY Otfloc over Oowfiill Oowgllla Drug Store LIVERY STABLE OlPOSIIi Ult IEIOT IrJ H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriage wife terns Rr Uutttonien served with courtoy und olitcnw Pa- tronl o solicited Telephone 10 t I J I1a1tatfSu- uc I t uor lo Wm INrdlhrtnk DKALRK IV Fancy Groceries and Provisions R10KMAN KENTUCKY FRBB DBLIVBICY 61 Telophotio Store No 04 Roe lilonco No OH A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY winlijTI peellIyIUndertake Goode Common Rosewood und Holl l llluok Walnut Coffins sad CHHCI which nn be i fild up in ulinrt notice sail itt rruonII slits price Give nta s tseX Shop near this J tallII It1O1JIII11ii1N11 OHIO lUIIJiOAl TilE POPULAR LINE FOIt St LouLChloagoSI IfiiilOmnlin Kin Km City Detroit Toledo and nil points Nor ili Fut amid West Cnlro New Or lennn Mobile IJIrraindiam Nash tllleI CbatttnoojA Montgomery Thames rille Atlanta Augusta Charlentou So vennah JaokionTllle Tempe fort Tam- Pa Miami and nil points in the South runt Elegant Vmllbultd First CUu Coaches with fmoklntf room and eouiple te toilet rooms and lavslorlea for ladle and gen llemvn Porter in atlend uce charged with Ibe coaifort of the panenftcri Alto Vegtlbuled Palace Sleeping Can with Drawing Idiom mind Buflel bfltween 6i Iiin and Mobile New Urbane Moat Boinnry aWiomnavllle and JaekeoBVllfe Fin- E U LAR Traveling Puienier Agent Jaokton T DD I I oJII s llilHil iANiK HICItlJtNw KEMUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does n Gonural Bunkint Hnsinuw Loons Money on Liberal Term Auta of Farmers MorcilmnU mind Munnfaoturcrs rosxiot hilly solicited I Tho nnduntl Securities of this Bunk are protootod by tin j MOSLER PATENT SCREW DOOR SAFEfeI Uas nevor yut boon Opened by Hnr lnra n II TI TYUJH 1roRident W C JO II SON Cnnliier C A IIOLtOMIIK VlacPrdBlilont S Alf lhltO Agnnt Cash IIICKMAN WAGON CO fANIPATVRERN 111 Till vriBRRATI1 tO Ati WAGtOtia HlOKMAN KENTUOKY 1 7 I n rtlkIng angesJ The Best in the World Von Caiiuai Make a TI Intake f la flaying One Ul these Ranges t Olin of its Strongest Iolntn in its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL 1 h HnkcH Biscuits In 4 liinnteeLight Hrcml In 40 Minuten Buying n Mnjemlo rncnnn n llfctltno of IKcononilcnl Cooking Call ami ttxniuim Tliciu Youll Huy no Oilier Rw EL BRENTASKD a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS r I 1dP t1AIIItI4If I1 imRt- tTOM DILLON Sr Proper 1 arreee I + II C aSO draV Marble and Granite Monuments OUEJ3INGI i I HTONB WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING PC Hioknxan Ky Art ltltery Atomism An 1leelees Aoairutu Alum 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