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Xc tiL- I J A5gi h 5 S JI r ljrisI4 y tI i THE M 0JICKM4 COURIER J i i 1 A 4 OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY= z n II ESTABLISHED 1850 HICKMAN FULTON COUNT Kf SEPT 14 1900 VOL XXXV NO 42 UiJARS FANNIE ALEXANDER FINDS RESTII In tlio Tinbid Waters of the Mississippi Body Rooovdrod at New Mad rid Tho community wiw thrown lute a high clogrb of sorrowful fxHtaiiieni on- t Monday moniliiK by iho aniimnionmwit i that l4rs IPminiti Aluwidtr had probably uioordwl In destroyingf Iw own life bjrilrmvnuijt UM Mbwiwlpiii riv t VI Ji WUH woll known that wvrrul woukg slums slit attempted Htiicidf stud tliit liar tulwl hud IHWII unbalanced since thd dijaONif her husband H U Alfxnn dt r whorl found Bond In the hunt x ura Hotel fmt aha had never rarovnrwl j front the larrthU shook and that ht1i will 1IMWWMII Uy a ttengeroiw inrliim 1 tioil tO cell tUwtrwOtNI Altlk loving rmlatlrwuml tHwiiU wardrvrry lTo- tIMnll to tIlt to hw afnVtioiw to 1 RUOth and comfort uwl toward ngnlimt lljrJ uittiim bat on Monday morning In twrnn i1tIIlll Qsluuk with the noiw 1IAM Mereoy frequently Ipmillnr to dill ttnvlwl inindi Invent m suit destruction aa Made klr welt or fJIIf118 fnmi IIIT mother teem anti tastes anil in hrr right aj jKirl and tier taut niHilf lnr way ic life river and probably nnM ru- lq any human eyaplungetl to Iii r iltatli IxtiMtlt lilt tnrhlll tiatlas- SkxAlexandrwasabtwutifut rhur actor tovinic Innocent oonfldiiiR t u filet nod MHMMwftUi wllli apiMuvuUr new a harmful thought toward any t cue fir Any UvinitlUrjHK Her mmit was t hrrthN0nud and her ltp O VuUWl Ul IlllH mid to hall ntlnnoi Was too strong for t I Thldi rtheeyed NMtUtur ail1 rflbtthur Jaw i r naulMlII I Un Wedosduy evt+ tg II ttdagror w a i j msiml kneunrifK niB ri covf rv of tin iKxly At Ndw Mftddd Thiuntidiatrlyl theI yacht Pwrl with eanKnt aDd HOWM ins- atklksV fIt the fetidly w U461 n r tholr Mcffttl elMt about 11 m J8IIAor- a1+ The bnrffil derwrrwl at the eity riHJotery at 6 P lit the lteva C L fine and J II limM uttdwcUMtf the funeral ernolocal and Personal titre W L McOutohen win Toiin IttnlurII Mm L I Kllimi in vMliMff in Oin elntintl11rJltvonea iN rtIUttg here frock Ahslana Mm W U Jubimof Huriath Mtea te vleitlHK 11Wo C A OwlUw- Mm1 W JrwniMi lnnehlr and wn of lFulton eiHHit HumlNjr1 with yinI It Moore No HMM Liken Ui be aped twldluatd oil trait If hU forehand rum that bo the hAck of hill ttlCkIlliK low of life kL ailreMonle1 now rltllOtt1l Nt ffrotH 3XXW to ft XM The dI IIMtruotHMi of ppojHJrty will reach into iwniiy millloH KMer N II flHnUHNin will III hte rtcular uppoinUneat ill MU1 Hennou I start yuniltty at IKMI M and Ml tiitfht All are oonliHlly linrlUnl Au inenripUoo on an old towuetotMi in n PeniMytvHnle onmetiiry read IU IVM mi hoiteNl ninn fiat a ftirllier in I pucUoH diiwkMwi till fuel that tho nmn died In 1703 Corn has ywlurml quite rapidly and irly ttehln nre rendy W ant In imuiy p urns of the eontnil mid astern Mottoiw tlsu yield will Ica very heiiay bid Use lato own him been cut snort In wee ern soothes by drouth I j2nil Ilitiid IUII I II 1 Oak IIedl room ulte 1 mteiwlon In I We 1I kitoiMit Uible 1 wwkln I 1 tMirlor coal stove le for nub Only l htentc In IMU a few nioutlw Apply at- CnCfIICII OPICKII The report of the Venthor liuroau fihmvs Unit tine ttanleruture during that month of August thin ytnr lion hums tjio I holt of any oorroNHl ndliiK mouth I Minuu 18M The nvuniKu tutu ofII August was slightly moro 75 deII gree bolng about two dujtrew than unyothor August on ruoord In I 1881 thin uvonigo tumpenituro wwi itl ilo urcoH Tlio Anguut on recordII Wits in 18X11 whets it only rtmuhod 7111tt dogruuri use elephant stud tine clown stud nil I UnlollIthat with thoin KO SaturuinIbuiltCity to morrow lotli In other Words th oirena will soon bo t huroor nitliBr it will bo tho Attain 1oro jMiugli mud Solln llrothow combined dr iii80Hmonngoritwnndliipl odroiiio8 Also 1orupaugh nggrogutiutt recently concluded Ihroo weds ongimoimuit ill Madison Squuro Ollrtloll Now Y uric lhctt proas of the metropolis was Haltering in Brutes of the jierforinnnco Bivon and WMimod muoh ImproHrfm with time act that tho show was a clrciiH lint last and all tho time nut a gaudy spootaolo I but just circulil t i1fiUmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm IIisonsBulIeiiid if I I 41 I 4- offeredj =4ati III t in liar 0 J I 441 r 4 I ilSlaughtt t Sale 4 ij I I G 4451Q00rrf r i E 4 2fc for 50c Fancy Shirts fi= Huts at hall Price fII ftruwEE for 8150 Childrens Suits i 1 iGc for Lawn and Batiste worth 1 = h I 59c for 75c Fancy Shirts 100 t = tie Yard Wide Domestic worth J a E fiOe far Slippers that were 8150 a 8 L00 =Sl OO Ladies Shoes and Slippers TO e 8200 and 15011FFi o = E Carpets and Mailings at SlaiiffJiterljwicfs = I 8345 Mcns Suits tjiat were 8500JB jI 8750 Miens Fine Suits that wereSoQO 4 3S9o Ladies Shirt Waists worth 5QJ1 I i f- Itl a- ar Palm Fans E 3c Japanese hairstt == I II5c Unties Linen Collars 3il= trJ 15c Misses andClrildiens haney se worth 25caiid30e cc- k i 1 + I LIlesc are 011131 n tfew of the good t1lingst f =i I 1 l JrTr= n 7 iI I i1Ii1 F L P VSf t S Ellison 41p Hickman Ky = rSII111U1LN i i U i i i 6 A U1 1 6 11 U6 1R ON LVIPKHIAMSM John Shannon forinnr neen tnrv orI anto In lIViwitlont lolIIIIO1I IIhiwo are Inking out of our country now toI thug sifter these Iliilipphm ulaudii iillI fabulous We have taken awny tho skillets and agrioultnmli to subdue time 1IMtphHi natlvub Dopund upon it tho other nutlniiR do not envy us hu IIthink in foolUh I Ijwe not the 8liKht Nt sense iu onrII luug exoureiou to tlir IhllilllllI iNlsutdN 101100 I uitlus nwuy LAIUT WtI have no Hcqiuiliiwuioe or altinituw or anvthing winch gives pronsstxs of a happy solution j of 11 iiMMt fool lull undertaking Tho na lives how tlmt they do not want us by Ihu courage with wlitoli thoy light us I fear unit pursevurunea in tills inipiir I partyI I KffiC of OlnvjN Snjiporl I Chicago Huoord That time notion of llmlmrd Olnoy Jn advoontiiig the elpcUon of Bryan will 4 hove grunt weight with Ute gold Demo 4 onitn and the IinlopenilenUi who cuttt loocu from the Dumimnioy iu 18KJ in not to ba iiiotianed Avido from tho forco of tho HrgumentP he promnUi Mr 01 tt- noyIoreunal uxnmple is not to bo rook t aimed lightly He hi a man of iHwltlvo oimniutur Hirongth of uonvlotioiiB and alIIIty Many of tho old lino Olovoland Dymoural have oomo to ward him an the lgltiinato Huouoiwor of their former luiulor Many of those UomooratH have boon vacillating between list two candi dates their antipathy to MuKinloy and1 i his polio being olhotliy their lmntlilatli y iIto lirynnH theoriort mud what they con uider the impullat character of his plat form It is to thoso voters that Mr 01 nays opus latter appeals Ho admitnI that Mr Uryan is not the candidate ho would huvo uliosun Iud ho explicitly dlHsents from BOIIIO of tho doctrinoH in corponited in tho Kaunas City platform The feat that while ho holds this Jlotll lion ho Htill linda reason to consider Uryanfl election tho boat thing for tho country is found to Induce many other 4lIulurlll4 erwise might not have taken A II f i iiDeJD ttt I J0 It1Jr rmv 1r 1 IL L UNLESS YOU = WISH TO KNOW THE LATEST II Ii f bavas are to add a 11THIS FALL illinery Department p t t1 r u roo r vL Presided over by Trimoners tollconlliGtentk iiii qVGry1 I i sense of time word 110 will epnrg uo pains or expense to this Department us fully as cnn be found in 11makosection 1 i iMB Shaws sons 1 A SENSIBLE STATEMENT Ed Millet of Owcasboro Tells the Cincinnati Enquirer that Bryan S and Jicckliutn Will Carrf Kentucky Oincinnatl Enquirer 9 r lo the Enquirer man Col Ed Millet p of Owensboro said M havq been told by reliable citizens of Indiana said ho t that the German vofors of that State are going to tent at the polls thoro fusal of Governor Mount to honor the requisition of the Governor of Kentucky for W S Taylor indicted as one of tholconspirators in the assassination of Goo bel who was of German parentage If1this is true it will shun tho State to tho1 1Democratsis a heavy German vote and nearly all of them as I understand it voted for McKinley There is aLso a considerable German vote in Kentucky How do I think our State will go Y I believe Mt Bryan will carry it andii wiLhI J factory election law It is my opinion 1 that 85 per cent of tho autiGoobel men r I will vote for Bcckham but tho remain A1HovoPhaveDemocratic party which will mako a a Co t difference of 10000 Tho Democrats had great opening campaign meeting atrHenderson and Governor Beckham was received with enthusiasm There is nowvno place for a man to stand in our State c except in tho Democratic or Repubicans I ranks This will be greatly in favor of tho Democrats i This Trick Tee Transparent 1- ii It is to avoid meeting tho paramount o issue which goes to tho Very existence t 4 i 4jleallc18 rt cost of confessing themselves either i fools or knavesto rehabilitate theold + free silver scarecrow which they found so effective in the closiug days 1890 campaign There art some tricksyy however winch can be successfully I played but once And this is one of- I them 3 KICIIAKI OLSEY FOR BRYAN R1C lard Ola a Q064C141ai M- nryn 4 CaB R is in rerlt c ttmost notnb1o vcfi o paiiytn t date Mr Olney was Grover Clever lands Secretary of State and by all odds the ablest man in the cabinet He is a Boston wan identified with many interests commonly supposed to be an tagoulzed by the Kansas City platform But ho Is a Democrat Ho was tho nuIithor of tho Venezuela message wherein he made Grover Cleveland defy the British government to tho point of war to try to extend its territories in South America Such a man was not likely to give his support to an administration that voluntarily hauled down the American lag over American territory in Alaska r aFulton Circuit Court The Fulton Circuit Oourt has been engaged this week in the trial of tho Noonon will case and is yet so engaged Tho argument will be made by attorneys today and tho case given to tho jury Next Tuesday the Lacledo Hotel case will be up for trial Today tho Sheriff will leave with four prisoners for the pen THOSE who cannot go to Paris this year can be put off at Buffalo next year and have a good time for a great deal less money The first train ran out of the hand some now union passenger station in Nashville Monday night of last weeliy Tho now depot is a marvel of beauty erected of Bowling Green stone and Tennessee marble at a cost of 1500000 Surrounding tho depot tho Louisville Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis K- It Companies have expended fully 2 r 000 in perfecting their new Nashville facilities z Mrs Mowhinnoy sends tho Courier some salt crystals curious in their formation becauso each is a perfect square in shape and each has a distinct red cross through and through She was making pickle in two separate jars and iover the brine solution in each placed a e plate and tho salt crystals as described formed in each of the plates Tho for mations are after the principle embodied in tho onco familiar practice with ladles of dipping wiro baskets in a solution of alum and salt to thereby secure crystal squares In their baskets A correspondent says There was beautiful tho Mississippi rivera scene on last Sunday evening when a rainbow arched the great magnificentII Waters with one end everlasting hills of Kentucky and tho other on tho banks of grand old Mis sours thus uniting the two great States together Ton to complete tho grand F our of the picture the big towboat Ray mood Horner with thirtytwo empty barges passed under the grand archway r seemingly placed there for tho occasion 4humpsply grand Ii I rx nI I li I The Hickman Couriex GEORGE WARREN PaWUher IMCIvMAN KENTUCKY I1pcvt ty vv tlb dlclrC wbtI T SEPTEMBER J900 iiSun Mon Tut I Wedl Thurrrl i SaLII i 2 34 5 6 I 7 8 1 9 10 U 12 15 13114 161718119I 20121 l 22 23 24 25 i 26 27 28 29 I i I 30Ei I i J lI l I I1 II II l1Pl CURRENT TOPICS A shirtwaist man was refused supper in a Ulnninghnni hotel Savannah capitalists will erect 0 largo hotel on St Simons island Tho scabbards worn by Ituaainn m fleers are made with paplor uu chi There Are today in fill conntriti more than 1000000 Italian cmttfrairs C The startling report aomm trod Virginia that tho pomiti crop is i failure The death list of Bellevue hoapltal few York contains this record Unknown mon admitted August 13 tnken toward No 13 tiled at 81 p m AtiguBt 13 Jerome K Jerome the Kngiiah hUe morlst is a great friend of Charles T Yorkes the Chlongo fraction rang hate and was his host the other day at n dinner in London Elephants have only eight teeth two below and two above on each silo I All of an elephants baby teeth fall out when the animal is about 14 years old and a new set grows The tea outturn for the month of June has been normal in Assam but poor in the Teral where the weathers unfavorable and In Darjillng where i there has been a severe blight Few houses In Uruguay ore pro Tided with stoves for heaJng pur poses Xo chimneys or fire places are provided as a rule one house recent ly built at a cost of 14000 haying for l its only chimney a stovepipn from l the kitchen The married and unmarried women of the United States of Colombia South America are designated by the manner in which they wear flow ers in their hair the Rcnoran wearing i them on the right side and the sen I oritas on the left tigKuno Fischer has served just nn even 100 terms as instructor first and then professor at Heidelberg Though he celebrated hto 70th birth day last month he still gives six lectures a wett on Goethe and on the history of philosophy Miss Louise Tratix a 17 ycar old greatRramlnleoe of Ethan Alien has captivated New York society with her ability as a whistler anti Imita tor of birds She has just received a flattering otter to go to London and whistle for fashionable Mnyfnir A stained glass window in memory of Iaak Walton is to be placed in Winchester cathedral The project I has the support of Sir Robert Maxwell Ii the dean of Winchester and a number of known anglers in this I country and in England The window will overlook Waltons grave Prince Fiu Wlia the second son of the king of Korea Is again in this country liming come for the purpds of taking a course at Itoanoke college in Virginia among the alumni of which are several of his countrymen Irinee Elu spent several month in Washington throa years ago as the guest of Pom Hwang Soh the former Korean minister Recent statistics show that rat though the seaman of the present day is better cared for and less exposed than the seamen of former days din etHIC of the respiratory organs have increased enormously in the BrItish navy and invaliding for bronchitis pleurisy pneumonia anti phthisis has more than doubled since masts and gone0It Mrs Clemens Mark Twains wife plays a very important Tart In her husbund8 literary life All that he writes passes under her severe censorKhip She Iis a most acute critic and if there be anything in what he may have written which f dope not meet with her entire ap proval the copy goes straightway to U6 waste basket or is held Lack for ravislon As a mark of apprcelation of the conoliisiou of the commercial agree roent between the United States and Germany the emperor has conferred upon tlu ambassador to the United States Dr Von Hollenben tho or der of the crown upon Herr Koerner cf the foreign ofllce tho order of the red eagle and upon llerr Herman who in attached to the embassy at I redII complete his education at Bonn and e hits brothers will also study at the learns university as soon alj they ar rive at the proper age The will of the late Charles C iBowen of Detrlot gives 50000 to Kalaznazoo college to endow a chair of Greek to be known as the John A Jlroadun professorship I The present establishment of the military forces of Sew South Wales consists of 0714 oflleers and men that of Queensland of 7313 South Australia of 3217 Victoria of 10 I I Q18 and Western Australia of 4220 tt BRYAJf AT CHICAGO s Pleads for the Preservation of thi Declaration of Independence Speaks to lnbor Uny CItbrRCrr Cp un the IlluliU nits Irlvlleue of VorkliiKiuen Under n llvpulillo- uu hums of Govern meiiT Twenty thotipniltl worMngtridW Hi toned to William J Bryan at Klcctrli park Chicago on Labor daytvlio In the course of a lengthy address upor topics ni led to tho day said Mr Chn man Ladlea anti Gentlemen h I am k tally obliged to the commlttei fur the he nation which enable me to par tlrlpale In the celebration of Labor 4a1 at this place This day has ben wisely wl apart by law to emphadse the dlRnll of labor and for the con klefatlon of thox subjects which especially affect the in tenets of the wage earner The Uborlni mrs constitute H tarp and so Ind4 pen abl a portia of the population that no social economic or polltlril question eat be treated without an Investigation of then connection therewith But her ore some question which touch them Immediately whH other wily operate upon them in 8 genital way Th nntt thing to be connklrred Is the laboring maus ambition what arc hu alma and bla purpose fur what Is ht striving The animal nrede only food and shelter because It hss nothing but a body- t care for hut mans want err more nu merous The anlmnl complains when II is hungry and hi contented when its hun ger to appeased but man mode In t1f Image of his Ileutor la a threefold being mad inuft develop the head and the heart as wen ae the body He Ia not satlatled wWi mere physical existence neither will he be content unless till avrnurs of ad vaacement are open to him Ills ponslhll ItloaI rout be as unlimited MIl his unplra tlemv In other countries and In other Civilisa tions men have been condemned by birth to a particular occupation plact or caste In UUe country each man however or wherever born can strive for th highest rewards la business stat or church and theee avenue of advancement must be kept open No clvlltzatlen can bP considered per fact which does not plant a hope m tM breast of every child taps Into the world tho nearer we approach to tht Ideal the better Is our civilization Those who com plain of existing condition cannot be put aside as dl a irbeni of the peace To seek a remedy for every abuse of government is more patriotic then to profit by bad systems and then frown down all criticism There should be no antagonism between those engaged in the various occupations and there will be none when all recognise the mutual obligations which are due between citizens Our desire should hellot to separate the people into warring fac Lions but to bring them Into better nc aualntance and greater sympathy with rich other The enmity which the poor sometimes feel toward the rich and the contempt which the rich sometimes maul rest toward the poor would be avoided If ach knew the other better and both were content to be guided by the strict rule of Justice The extremes of society are really not is far apart as they appear Those who work for wages today may under a good government be employers In a few years and the sons of those who are employers today may In a short time be day laborers Blnco no one can save posterity from the evil effects of a bad law all should strive for legislation which will protect each cit izen In his rights and In the enjoyment of the fruits of his own genius his own industry and his own integrity- It Is of advantage la the rich as well as to the poor that the cblldren of all have an opportunity to secure an education for education widens the individuals hprlxon Increases his capacity for usefulness mul tiplies his equipments and makes him fn every way more NJnI able to society Victor Hugo has described the mob as the human race In misery Those who are welltodo pave a selfish Interest rid should feel A moral concern in removing despair from every human breast amil- e Is lessened the security of property Ik Increased human life 1ft protected In pro portion as bupplnuM Is prompted1 Why should the mitt who eats at a wellsupplied table forget the man whose toll furnishes the tautly Why should the man who warms himself by theJlre iqrgfll the man whose lliTior In IhffBrajffSgifi the mine brings forth the fuel Why should the man clad In the beat products of the loom forget the man whoso calloused hands make fine clothing possible Both the consumer and the producer are neces wry but of the two Ube producer comes first In point of lm and In point of Importance Shall the ros uud blooming In bqauty and shedding Us fragrance on the BUYvdesplse the roots of the lush because they come into milieu contact with the l lit Destroy the bud and leave the roelI- U1d a second bud will appear as beautl rul and fragrant as the that but destroy the roots and bud and bush will perish How can the wage earner secure that share of the earths bounties and the gov ernments protection which he deserves The associations formed by worklngmen have been productive of much good The labor organization as we now find It la the product of Industrial conditions The Individual found himself at a disad vantage when dealing with the eorporated employer and the organization not only enables him to contend for his rights upon terms more nearly equal but It stimulates him to study and unaectand the condl tone which surround him Tho labor organization has been toro roost In advocating the rtforms which have already been secured Several year ago the secret ballot was demanded by the wage earners for them own protection That ballot has been obtained and through Its operations those who 1all far IftdtriuV protectheiraeeordlng to their own jungtheiftftv Thta Is a long step In advance The labor organisation has done much to lessen the evils of child tabor No one clUJ visit the factories where children are intployed without contemplating the crime which Is being perpetrated upon posterity If there Iii any tcmiiorary economic ad nmtaKe In thug employment of children of lender age it IIs Insignificant when mla ired against the permanent Injury done a present and future generation To rob IIt child of Its school days Is bad enough Hut to bend its beck by a load for which rely the adult Is1 fitted Is even worse The labor organization his also contrlb Uod towards the shortening of the hours of toll and It should not cease Its efforts Aproximatelyid given to sleep If another third of thin ellChthQ11rllrpm tae place of work for the reading of jurrent news for mental Improvement reCreation social Intercourse and domes tlo life Since the hours occupied In eating and travel onnnot be encroached upon very hour added to the days labor must Ipt911ectualnmlly r The labor organisation has been n con tttcnt and persistent advocate of the doe rlnc of arbitration although It Is ilifllcult o see why the burden of this reform should Brelythllt ePv dfhf WSMrtakWMItPr ml- be as much benefited by arbitration as tho mployo and because every prolonged eon- uAt between labor and capital brings In terruption to business and pecuniary lout to those who atc lu no way fur the disagreement society rIMIonllble even more Interested than employes Tho desire for justlcviy so unI- versal j that the publt can be upended upon to support the lliuiliig of an ImpartlMl board of arbitration as cortalnlw emit ran to support the eucccsstul contoltunt In a law suit The court of urbltrstlh Is one of the certainties of tho future 4 rt when It Is secured and perfected we ihull wonder why Its coming was delayed ib long Tho blacklist by means ot jil h em ployeru combine to deprive the dchargnl workmen of reemployment Is one cCthe more recent menaces to tho laboring tjsn The independence qf the wage earner decreases as the dllllculty of obtaining employment Increases and the skilled workmen whIlife has been spent In acquiring iillriomy In a certain trade or occupation becomes practically the ohattol of the mployer If every opportunity to make Sic of his experience Is closed by agrecmenribelWien employers the laboring man Is also Intt Rested In legislation prohibiting oriental I mmlgra lion It Is unfair to the Amerlc u workman who Is the foundation oftatlunswraith In lime of ponce and Its It tense In time of war to subject him to tk ding r of having hit occupation glvra to an oriental laborer often brought In by contract who baa no permanent U erest IIII our government If the Asian como here work fafew years live aif a low I cale and thTsi carry home the nrl cards ot their toll the dalton 1vlmonlly AOnpty t tllkbdtdmlktrtoj ftc uK by landlaWitin In ether coutttrt A Tae political objections to ortentatt bor err scarcely leas weighty titan tJt numhI ones llae prejudice cannot M 4 iregsril ed and we have seen how In eveg Industrial dirvBk n race snlmo4tti revuit in I 11brtnc IIbyII Its effects tM principle whtth radetu r government by Injunction la so fr It r- Ing that no one can hope to escflpe iin mately Tile thing forbidden by aIft Injun tton would without the InjuncttosbeetihirI legal or Illegal If tt would bo IIfsaI th judge usurps he fmctlolloethIllIfIwhen ha forbids IL If It wowM f iiirgiJ the Injunction of the court Is URMMaMry for anyone who violates lhe law can up conviction be mad to suffer this mUi prescribed for such violation Tn nv a i est thief and the most brutal mBTdfrrr SM eatllled to trial by jury why sMU the I right be denied the laboring mat Thou I who oppose government by tnjusatten are not In favor of lawleasno ther are en the contrary the best friend of law n dII order They deny the right of Ass man- to violate the law In an effort tMvanre- his own Interests but they ln td that u I Is Inconsistent with our ideas oTgevern ment and dangerous to all classes fti Inmi I may Judge with the threefold power ere to make the laws second to bring hocue lion against those charged with the viol ton of the law and third to sit In judg ment upon the case Uovurnmest by In junction Is so Indefensible That the ssil injunction bill Indorsed by the hlrsgo platform paned the senate without a yea and nay vote being demanded and since that time no party platform has ipedflcsi ly Indorsed government by InjUMtloo 01I no prominent member of any party tIII entered upon a defense of the syittm andII yet corporate Influence Is so strong IbolII It has thu far been Impossible to secure any remedial legislation The fact that fnlted State seater are I elected by legislatures rather than by the people directly lessens the laboring mllolI Influence In securing favorable ftovral ks islatlon When the action of a polltt si eunventldjH must be submitted tothCvelrlII for ratification at the poll the tntenton Is constrained to nominate a caML1tt t acceptable to the people 6litinfft U alor Iis chosen by a Ieglalature the Inptvid uat voter Is far less considered tveu when direct bribery Is not employed tee lillr ct Influence which corporations csu evrt Is retorted to and more fre juiity still money la secretly used to aid igltlatlv gandfddtq In aloe districts Bu It obliga lions are Usually repaid In the CJCOOI and as a rule the majority In the caucus ten trots the party which has the M ircttea at the senator If this question srre sub mitted to the voters the majorlt in favor of the election of senators by Ifct voter of the people would be overwhelming and yet jiartlsanshlp has delayed the adoption of this amendment The peopir submit to policies which they do not Un rather than scoure Imprdvtmsnt by a ibante In party alHIIatlons The laboring men favors dire t legisla lion wherever practicable for theI same appthat hft fatihp elsctiun of nIttbtr by Pep1It8r 4hlb Direst lPattaten brings the government nearer to ih voter There is more virtue to the p rle than ever binds expression through irrtr repre sentatives To held that a repinxntatlva can art for the people better than they can act for themselves ill to UMrt Itt he Is as much Interested In the lutlll us they ant themselves and that his Udomi IIs givater than the combined wlnl m of the majority of the people Neither irui oeiiteri Is sound Most If not all of the MI rem plained of In government are trailable to the fact that the representative or the pee pie lisa personal Interests at varUire with the Interests of his coasjltuemy orrup Hon In municipal state and f dtrl government Is due to the mlsreprtmrntatlon of the pJgnle uy public senasru w he use thlllr p5lftTbna for private advantage The people should have an epportunlt to vote on public questions when thljUO 11110I can be submitted without too great moon venience or expense But the laboring man IIs even more In terested In the proposition to tuiiiuh a labor bureau with a cabinet uftirr at Its head Such a bureau would keep the executive In constant touch with the wage earners of the country and open the way to the redress of their present unli future grievances If labor Is given a piecel In the presidents nfllclal household the mInI so Ucted will necessarily be a wurihv and treated representative of the 111i for Whom he speaks and hit preeenctcabl- ost meetlnjip will give to those who tell for their 4MnbfMT aMurance tht their lotersus will bo Brafvrly guurdei Mr Gompent ttheChief esrcutlv of the Federation tit Labor has in his i arro- pondeno with the secrvtury nf th ItM ury so ably prevented the lil rlrn arena reasons for opposlrg a gold taniiar I and a national bank currency that it I is not nemsaary to discuss those qu niw at this time The laboring man has ubundari ri ason to fear the trusts Mr iharle It punt in a speech delivered In Boston nturi than a year ago la defense of the trust fr bkly asserts that on of this advantage of hose combination Is that In rise or Mucal strikes or tires the work goes un vlcciXereI thus preventing serious loss Is It p Ihlo that any wage earner can fall to e how completely the trust places tho nijLuyc at the mercy of the employer m The resolutions adopted by vsrluK la miltarllmI lookIionshoing class In proportion to Its numb rs to the contrlLJutllto the expense of the army and ru Ides Is more menaced by the existence of large nrmy Most of the countries In KufopB ItIinllth como of tho citizen lire our federal tuxes consumptioninchenae that they must bo paid out of the In tVlmm ft II I axes upon consumption bear heaviest richaDdIii per cent collected decreasing M lie I coma Increases If this nation adheres to the doctrln that governments derive their Just power rom the convent ol the governed und the People hnve an easy and ready means of correcting nil abuses the government wliIII not need to be supported by a large puma rent standing army for every rltlxeu will b ready to defend such a government trw attack The only domestic ute for a larg standing army In to suppress by fore that discontent which should bo cured by Isglnlutlou To support a permanent army of 100000 men requires approximately onohnlf a much money ns Is annually expended lor education In the United alt Iluw much cheaper It IID to uplift people by the genii and peaceful process of Intellectual du velopmont than to blow them up wit powder and dnamUel- mtMrtalllm involves a departure from principle which war universally acultttd IK thlll country until within two years To knew that all men are created equal 0118 needs not the wkOoin of a sage er Iho learning of the schools It wee declared 10 be H pelfevM nt truth It wait evident to those who pledged their live to main tenatwt of the declaration of lndeprdescu- and It In evident itlll to thew who are not itllHoVd by the glamour of wealth sad tile littering promises of a aaJoaUl paten- 1f all mm ar created Mtwl sad endowe with Inalienable right it follow aa iR Ilogical and noeeeary MqvMcv that guy rrnmrnu ware lMlltut d for tkco wrlfar of all MM dirlvt thsJr jest power trot 1M tOt tt the rWm4 On the nottI rrvatlon of Otto noadIdIif It I abantoaxl there is no foundailoi upon which a Bovvramawt Ilk ours oenI br constructed IDo not allow ywwaatws to W dlyld by the who question the raNuHv ut tat people or that people for lf v rnawat Mnraular In Ida May on John Milton K lntn out tlM folly of attempting to prepare people for lfKovrnmrnt by denying them the tight to participate la tkli own novwrnrneat Ile said Many itoHtklaan of our tlsjw art In th habit of laying H tfuWB a a alherldehp- roposition that no people ought to he tn until they are Ut M MH their nwduw Th maxim la worthy of the tool In the old gory wM resolved not to trO Into tit wsiet tlil M laid Iraed to swim If era are to walt for Uterty till they bsume wte aa goad IIII slavery ttty may Idsd watt fur ever What 1 say that this who dlstru th rapacity of tlM pwipta for rlft veni mist tend directly toward riot rrky I a- only ropeatiag what Uaroin dvhbertell declared 1a hi Pitt uI1 message In- csaid Mansrcky Itself It sometimes IIlIItf4 at a a pees111e refuge tram the power of the people In my prvMDt portion I cuvIcI scantly be MtMM wen I to oMit ahea warning voter against this approach el retunrthK deapotltm It IIs riot needed sot IItIlIU here that a general argum at shouk be made In favor of popular iMtltytleni last there la one punt with lu eoanee ties not 10 hackneyed a mot other IC which I auk brief attention It to the effori to place capital on an equalI foollac with If not above labor In lhe structure of tow ernment Ne men using art man worthy to be trusted than theM who toll up from i verty none I lin Inclined to take or touch aught which they have not hon eitly earned tAt them beware of urren dating a pnllllcal power which they already possess and which If surrendered will urvly be used to close the deer of advancement against such as they ana u fix now dlMbnttlc and burden upon then till all of liberty hall be lout The warning Is even more needed sow than It wu 40 year ago The Army anti Navy Journal U already juitlfylne the colonial Idea and declaring that fate hat decreed for us a destiny In which an Im pedal executive free from the restraint of a written ron tltutln will govern lub jiecis according to his own pteawle Th Inlted States Investor p bllhrd at lieu ton In its Itiue of July JS aYI Only a blind person can tall to see tha remarkable transformations of one kInd or another are In store for the race hence the folly of asserting that the talky of thl country which is destined to play lurh a leadlnir part In human affair of the future shall he governed for the most part by political maxim uttered mos than M years ago The greatest evil which new confront thl republk M the chimer steed by a certain faction for a settlement of out problem of itate by jut such a sr that a we have been deprecating Cottager ably more than a century ago a certain notable dfolaratUn was made In this eoun try to the effect that all re m ought to hi free and Independent This I merely ia generalization of the French school of Voltaire and the emyelopaedUl It Is a dictum absolutely tacking foundation U history and Incapable of flteglitlc uuri catlnn It was however a handy phisi- for w to employ when asserting our right to break away from the mother country It suited the exigencies of out situation In me admirably though In itself but a bli of sublimated d mag Rlim The dcl ra lion was a serviceable moans to the end that was at that time desired To bring forward this declaration In this your ISW In connection with our treatment of tile Filipino and the Cubans is as grow an absurdity all ever was practiced Te def II to offer an Inuit to the Intelligence oTfcthe people who first subscribed to the declaration In question Hut why quote from ewapaper a to what may be done hereafter In the prow ence of a taw already enat l which make subjects out of Iorto Rican withdraws from them the guarantees of the constitu tlon and asserts the power of th pram Ident and congress to govern them without their convent and tax them without rep resentation n power an unlimited and tyrannical nit was ever awrtd or exer cised by any ruler In all the history of the human race This doctrine has not yet bjieo approved by the people It furnlahei yfopupremo question of the present cam paign In the proRflneo of these peril the laboring man line a r ponnlUllty rom inenurate with hk opportunity Without u large percentage of the laboring vote no party can win an election In the fnlted States Ttta men who work for wages can by throwing1 their votes on the oae side or the other determine the policy of this country They need not march In parAde they need not dorn themselves with the insignia of any party but on election day their nllent ballots can shape the destiny of this nation and either bring the govern ment back to Its ancient land marks or turn It Into the pathway followed by the em pined of the old world liiicky Mlrlknn lIners returning from Alaska dig gtnjjR toll nil kinds of tales about lurk lint pretty well agree that thin man who HticiccnR U the one who dues not realize the risk he IB riuinlng and takes every lespurnte elinnee The men who are scientific and calculating do not find the best claims A stout constitution enough money to buy food for six months and a disposition to llook for gold nnyxvhrrc enein to bo the elements needed for success Hut not nil good luck stories have pleas nut endings One man dropped dead when at the end of the first cleiiniiji ho found himself a rich man lie had n weak heart and suceesn killed him One of time greatest pieces of luck at Nome City Is that of a boy of 10 who came there oe a stowaway was kicked on shore and In two months was North511108tpra Jit9al JI- Omml1 fisePtrWrfndf big fortune lomo unu follow it htmaelfUoldcnI- aJis PRESENCE OF MIND a C Little lilt of BlnfT That hailed to Work una Vlde AnI- Ma If there be onfithlng that 1 more than an otLtr kdraire It U the having ones wit about I one pcrhapt because 1 never had muse To be pOlltlled only of Itipnt drtvnhers U simply an aggravation writes John Paul in laluineA rcsdy wilted men I recall an incident that 1 have often told but never published let me do that now injustice to one that iiarne In company with the lallT It nlod I once of an evening dropped in at allavka old Fourteenth Street theater We could ret no eU as there wai ttmndinK room only At the end of the first art two or cliMtm sett were vacant in front and we walked down and took them Itarely were we seated when two gentlemanly looks addressedUMM MegI 1MII I WM AM tho point of ristog when Osgo- odrepbdo liar your They haJnt It was 1M rly a bit of lu pnw bluff lint how few would have the raadiacM to reset aidl parry It badII tare IMillliiplne Jewels Tke rat coral in the world are to be found ia the lkiliipiari sad have now becuftM Americin proiwrty Apr iuua u this jewel i there i a still a rareron and that a the purl of hrlia It etaj IIn Micd by any one who will keep thr dupe lion active aiiu the bowels regular with Hixtrtter s Slnmarh HitlerI the king of all tensedlir for imlirtKin dye ia eon itiMtH n btliuaMieiM tI1o heartburn and deepleseasa Try it The Inn of Ilnliylon Now chiWres Mi4 the Saaday tchftcd teacher which ef yu can tell me why nablun tell There was a lone sHiite The httleones heat over arse looted at oae smother and drew Ilung breath JIlt sm of theta Mid amprthingotae excel the teacher eirlalnwj at an7IsmI why IWbyloo fell 7 lust there stir one cf i who ism tkiak of any rvasra wbj llbj DfcoaJd have fallrar The ilrr with large brow frtcltle ao tile Uidac of lIit no ass a thumb with A Usrtteaed sad iwl up bis hand AW tM iweet4aeed leackr said I thought said of you mast know if yovMljr1 it ppt4 to ttdnk What was it Pereyf M eWiy be stewed on I banam neeL Percy etinto TiwtIIersl LOWItATJ CXCVIt110NS VU Mlonrl rarinp Itallnmr and Iron Mountain Route To point in the VV l Kent bwwt and South I reul1ClltripI 4thanal 18th October 3d and lath Xovem bar Oth and SOthand Uwmber 4lh and 18th 1000 For full information tend toWn tC addrett any agent of above liner or H CTownsend0l 4 T Agent StLoutsua That Yeasty reellnr Da aint no feelin remarked Untie EtK J1t tan hold cr candle to de per culiar ttnutien dal melts in cr man a sent avandcrs dawn bll spine an trickle out at Ale heels when be done lays down er fiverdoliar bill in paym to er ham an tit han him S31 to eJcre Chicago Krcmng Mwa Wouldnt Thl a Jolt iou Jfr Wsbatb at the b lll your pro ramme fuH MIlu Olive f- MIM Olive lot St lxwi MT goodness n1 Ive been wsiting more than an b ur for same one to come Along and take me down to euppcr Chieaco Evening Views i It Came nlnral- MrtJohcdRc Mahaniii nat chilf cint be mo des fe i wslkia eruun ltkeerfullAroan man1Sowd ye Tarn Fan Mrs JackuomWhy aloe vIII whitun- a eake waik de odder dan data da re sultluck The desire for fame bee betrayed many an arabitteut rain into committing tads rpwlllK41CtUN All WomenKnow That ordinary treatment falls to ellevepainful periods Theyknow ydiaE Pink hams Vmgmtaltlm Com pound will and dolts and has more than any other medfolno Every woman knows about Mrs Plnkhams madtcfne Evory woman knows sonic woman Mrs Pink ham has cured But nine women out often put offgetting thisre liable remedy until tholr hoalth Is noarly wracked nOIlIfIOtThen thoy write ttMrs Plnkham and SliD cures them but of course It takes longor to do so Dont dolay getting help If you aro sink Sho has helped a million women Why not you ABSOLUTESECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Mutt seer Signature of 43a PwSlmli WrppH bd l Tarr asull sail aa ayr t tILe Yfr CARTERS I 1 FMNUUCNLnn FIll IIUtVSlUI FIR TlXfll LIVER FIR CIMSTIPATIOM Fu UUIW SKIM FIRTHECIMPUXIM usuat twnraun w 11JT1 T0rs17lfegetata w i w CURE SICK HEADACHE e Uat 1 palp WM isle in ticta l hidnantti- v WALTHAM WATCHES Before 1854 there were no Waltham Watches nor any American Watches Today the tradition that one must go abroad for a good watch has been exploded by the American Waltham Watch Company II The Perfected American Wo1no1n tltaslrAlcd fook of Mercsllng Information about watches will bccnt free upon request American Waltham Welch Company Waltham Mass r r ri RijIsIAn Expensive cc Tip is the one which you cut off and youInearly as much labor in making this M- end= as all the rest of the cigar and I yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts = it off and throws it away You get = Ii all you pay for when you smoke Old Virginia Cheroots = Three hundred million Old VitginuJSacroots smoked this a year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 7 r lt i i I r i I i r i t JH 4 ftr1JAiy j r J 1 U TV 1 II H VIS I One of the Worst Calamities ot Modern Times Visits Onlvcs I ton Tex Saturday j L ERRINLE PORK OF THE HURRICANE j jAGraphicl Account of tho Horrible Ca tavtrbnlie by u Newipancr Man and an Hc Witness I Wreck Brourbt About by a Tempest adIa Flood WhIch Turned Calves ton Into a Raging Sea f fTbrP iaeredsPIllllldlnir lu Ilir VIIJl Sillier I eslro ed or Dnnmuril Houston Tex Sept I U Itluliard SlamaR wellknown newapiijter maN 11141J vorruipundaiit In that olty wJi wtehod lloii tot Monday after u ttrriblo cyporleaci gfvw the fol lewlHf recount of law dhaitur at Oat vwtonOM of thll niMt awful trugedlos ol iMd rt UIHW Ima visited hilveti MaR Tit eity laI Jn ruin real the lMd will probably HHinber lMO I HIH JIMI from Ue ehy having been MiuniiMteiitnl liy Oio nmyor And cltl re+ ni vominUtve to gel lIn touch with iteltlUoustoawhit b Nvrkhr telegrspk hwtrumlastr ruubl bo led 1ko wire AC won am nmrlj ill the buUdiHfi heave n here ami t iulf of Mrtieo bring wreck tad IV n I Irrtl lalvwMon shortly 1M turf B o SuHilay the preple were or- K4nlcl fir ithe prionpt bwrttil of the drsrlrbuUnn of food ami nil nee- rrm rJt+ i k her n period of ttaatur The r k if iitvratoa was broMybt Ii About t t thllal M lrrtbl tlMt Jul N II ten adtrlat Iv ie et+ Iba Us- Ii Iijnl B unil liy a ii i ++ bleb turn th nt1 into a rafin HI lilt clotllI of Itic 1SInd Th ittirr bureau ii t nls how that v+ iiul mtaiM it tiloclly t l m MI hour w6n ihr inriMur- ifast i 111111 blew iuit BO it te unlitk tu till Jaiotll tIt HMX iinura 1 in Kt irM bti ru RIi1 uclMk- Nlllr iiiiiiniiijf JtJIIII tu the IkIt gaff iI thr title WM lr high Th intil i Siim emtaa from Uic Hortk I xnd t + in ilireet ojiHi iti ii to tnIron Ikd n Whit tk etmftf- frn tin run rnifIiheI water upon the I d Ill of DM rit + flip aorta wind Idi l ihr Htiter from the hey lift to I luiy start Af Ihr i iii Aht tlxii it bee mi r+ idrnt tltajj the cl + + i ifolnf tu H tiI iilrd I Iili i hundreds r noaId- J wiUII IIli njr i IMHH frow + + tf hurriedly I j J iRIss I I tin fanitiii s HiMinir tc I ll t rill in higher fxirtion of the riiyj I r hone we q riml to the tWufti ihLscksir white Tlir wind w In i y eoa antly aiid It rained IA torrent TUB CITY SUBMERGED Wnlriui IIr OIK tuff and IIn 3lrl mill DriMtiinl Brit the linn nod HlrrlrlK llulil Iliiil Tbo Himl was M nerre ttint tho rain cut Ilk M knife ity 3 oclock the watts of the buy awl gulf mot mid hjr dark the owtlre city sex sub nuTfvl Tbe tieodtoiK of the oloetrlo light plaiil suit the pas plants tuft Uiu I 1city in ilarkiieos To go upon the strretn1 was to court death The IIMIII vvRa theo Ht eyeloHle vetoelly cUterna Hirtluna of building tele i graib poles sill walU were I III nttII HIM tbe no lilt of the WIH unit crashing of tho building were terri fyiHf in tho extreme Tlie wind Ruth water ruse MtMtdlly from dark until ItS oVIoak Sunday morning JJiirlng nIt this time tutu proplo of Uulvestnn hightsif etnder water while in the grunt majority of the cnses tho streets were Mibmergcd to n depth of ton fact To leave n IIOIIMO vns to drown To remnln was to court death In the wrcekigcA Mithl nf Agony I Such a night of agony lists seldom i been equaled Without apparent run son the waters suddenly began to nubslde ut 145 n m Within 20 min I utes they had gono down ittwo feet mill tbefore daylight the streets were praelleally freed of the flood waters in tilt meantime tho wind had veered to the southeast Very few if any buildings escaped injury There U hardly n habitable dry houce in the city When the peo plo who hail escaped death went out nt daylight to view the work of the dempeit oust the floods they saw the I nest horrible sight imaginable In Ithu three blocks from Avenue N to honue1t In Tremont street I saw eight bodies Pour corpses were in one yard The whole of the business front for three blocks in from tho I gulf was stripped of every vestige of liadltntlon HOUSES COLLAPSED The Lllrgrxt nlld llIlwrllly thc Motil Stiilmlrtiillwl Slrwelnrea Mist fcrcil the llrentent The first hurried glance over the tjlty showed that the largest wtruet iircrt supposed to be the most sub atontlully built suffered the greatest I I Tho orphans hone Twentyfirst street nnd avenue M tell like n house of cards How many dead children and refugees are In the ruins could not be ascertained Of the sick in St Marys infirmary together with thin attendants only eight are understoodI to Imve been saved The old woman homo on Konenberg avenue collapsed the Kosenbcrg school house Is a inns of wreckage The Hull high school Is but nn empty shelly urunhcd and bro ken liveryJ church In the city with possibly one or two exceptions is Iin ruin s hnlillrr Drntl In the Marls At the forts nearly all the soldiers Lire reported dead tthey having tree a in temporary quarters which gm them no protection against the tem pest or the flood No report has been received from the Cntholle orphan asylum down the inland but it seems Impossible that It could have with atood the hurricane If It fell all th Inmates were no doubt lost for ther- war no aid within a mile The bay front from end to cud 1U In ruins Nothing but piling old tlu wreckage of the great warehouses remain Taw elevators lost all thou upper works nnd their stocks are damaged by water The life wiving station at Ft Point wns curried away the crow being swept aoro s tho buy M mllen to Tex as City I sow apt llnlnea Sunday and1 ho told me that hU wife and on 01 his crow wore drowned Itiinimli WrrikiiBe I o Ilullil n Ullr use shore at Toss City uoutaln- otaough wreckage to rebuild a olty Right persons who were Hwupt norou the hay during the storm were plop ed HP there alive live corpses were ala i pleked up Tlicre were three fatalities In lean City In addition to the living andIt I deed which tho storm et up a- JIxall City cHsketa and colllns fret- nee of the meterice at GnlviMton wero being flaked out of the water there Sunday SLIME COVERS TIE STREETS There too Srenl Dnimer of u Ieiill- Icnee Tim llurlnl of the Corpses unit the Ciiriimxra III tits bturfHMKi itortlon of the olty two lan brick ibHlhUMfM one UMU jitcd by Knapp pros and the other liy the CoUoH ICxehnngc saloon col laMM d In the Cotton UxcUange M lunA there were about 14 person Most of them eeane4l Up to the lime I left Oalveaton t1lrea dead Iwd DMH takast from tho rahsa How ifuuiy more eorp B are theno will trot h kaowti MHtll till M reh IBI lifttehed The eotUHi talus the flHK factory tM yw vorh the lI trie Iht work tad aenrly all the iHdwtrial UliHliiHenU of Uu r- arWir wrHakad or ertppU flw JII8ti Ml ft iMinaMwvt anti iMh atoll unt the whole dtjr and HHbM fax ItrayrHiB to made la feuryitty won sad Rreasxa of nnlMmta tliere Is daasrr of IIMtUettH- j Aowe of the tortes of ewape are luiiHCMlona Win NlbtttI A eotton IIIHII was burlwl IK the nabs of Uft Cotton ICxchaafc alooM sell when lug wit la the momlHf hd no other Injury than a few bruhiwl flNgent Cnrrled Ton lllooUn- Dr S O Young secretary of tit Cotton exchange WHS knocked aense dew when hU house colbiHie l butI wa revivwl by the water and w eIfIII carried ten blocks by the hurricane A WOHMIII who hail just given birth to ii ebibl WHB oarrliMl from her homo to a house H block distant the men who were unrrylng her Imvlug to hold her high above their hoods as the water war five feet deep whoa KIlO was taovcdl- IMAy stories were current of hoHr fHllliig and In ma ten osenplng Clarence N Oiwiey editor of tho Kventng Tribune had hta family ant1 tho fnmlllwi of two nolgbborw in his boast wlien time lower hnlf crum bled ami the uppor putt Slipped down Into the water Not one In the house was hurt Of thet Lavina family six out o iI seven are reported dead jI Of the Burnett family only one IIs known to hn o boon saved The lousilyof Stanley G Spencer II who met death In the Cotton JKx I chnnge saloon is reported to be dead SHIPPING DAMAGED IllRhl Oeenn Simmer Torn From Their Mooring and Mrnniled In Use hay The Mlstrot house In the west end was turned into a hospital All of lh regular hospitals of the city wero un available Of the new Southern Pa cific works little remains but the pa- lIng lilt n million scot of lumber was carried away and Knglneer Bosch 1 he says as fur as the company is eon I corned It might ns well start nil over again I I I Bight ocean steamers were from their moorings and tornI1 II tho bay Tho Kendall entitle was car I vied over the Hats from the Thirty third street wharf to Texas City andI lies In tho wreckage of tho Inmnn pier The Norwegian steamer Gyller Is stranded between Texas City andI Virginia 1olntII I An ocean liner was swirled aroundI J j through the west bay crashed through time bay bridges und is now lying In n few feet of water near the j j wreckage of the railroad bridge The steamship Taunton was curried across Pelican Point and Is stranded about ten miles up the IEast bay The Mallory steamer Alamo was torn from her wharf nnd dashed ups Pelican flats and the bow of the Brit j Ish steamer Red Cross which hndj1 previously been hurled there The stern of the Alamo is stove in and the bow of the lied Cross crushed Down the channel to the Jetties two other ocean utcamshlps lie grounded Borne schooners barges anti smaller craft are strewn battomsldc up along tho slips of the piers The tug LZi lIse ol the Houston Direct Naviga Ion Co Is also a wreck It will talc a week to tabulate the dead and1 the missing and to get any ofRtime monetary loss It Is wife to as some that onehalf of the property of the city IK wiped out and that one half of time residents 1 have to face ab solute poverty At Veins City At Texas City three of the residents were drowned One man stopped into corpsecwas found there Two other men ventured along the bay front during the height of the storm und were killed There are but few buildings at Texas City that did not tell the f aetimeeTexas City Co has some of the walls standing with nil the upper walls stripped off Nothing remains of the piers except time piling The wreck shoresfor liillox nnd is z hundred yards or more wide Smnll Craft Wrecked For ten miles Inland front the short it is n common sight to sec small crnft such as strain launches unit lainet llfosuving station was carried half as nude inland while a vessel that was hlg1fsandt dry five miles up from LaMarqiiu AID IS WANTED Ciitv flnyrrn Snyn the Teens Sloan In 1ntnstrnpheaIII the Illlnry of Anirrlcn askedtMonday night by a press representa the for an expression an to time flood altuation along the gulf const Foes Snyera said MI think it fe the most deplorable ontMKtrophe In the history of Anger Im sad I toil flint ovary possible aid akoukl be lent time aufferor in their hour of great need From Inform tuna received here I am led to think that hundred of famille havu lost their dyer ones or been bereft of their home cad the dare Ila one that will eertfllnly ap eal to every one I have taken acthe steps1 to tart relief fOr every one that oaii Jw possibly looked after I parr wired1 all the city may ore ami nil the county judge nuking thpm to secure nil funds mid provte lom wwible and their replies up to toftlfft are very grmtlfylag The anlBtanee lent us by the fodural gov raEinssearI cad 1000 texts will aid no little In re HuviHif the iUanUon at nreaciiU SOLDIERS DROWNED Out of IM Flea Slnllonrd nl to l- Hnn Iliulnlo Only lrlftren Jlnilc- Iliclr Ilnonpc Seta Autonlo Tes Sept ltAt mil nary hanilqnartara depnruutxt of Texas the Ilnf rmatiflH 1s that of ISO tarn stationed at Fort Sat lu ditto iHlrectoii only 1s escaped Fwrtber infonimtlun Is that the cap etrip In eotiiHiand IB anon tint viIlItints deaf Cot C S Kobert ad jutant general department of Tex + In Oalveflton on a tour of Inspection It IIs not known if he IIs among the email nunibflr at the fort who lCtealH1l Provident K H IL OrecKi of the Texas Midland railroad Monday wlivl hoc Sayvro to draw on the trmnun t of Ida line for WO in aid of the flood sufferers Ail relief suppllra oritf Innting on the line of his road wi1 be handled free of charge Uolarruurnl liners Itrlp JalInH Tux SuptllJ91u follow lug mowago was aunt by Pnwldent MuKInley to Uov Joseph U Snycrs at AnstluWanhlngton Sept 10Ilonlosepal U Sayvrs Governor Austin- I Tex The reports of the great en Inmlty which lint befallen Unlvestoii Sad other points on time roost of symnpatimyIhearts of the whole country What over help it U possible tp give slump be gladly extended have directed the seoretnryVof war to supply ra tions nnd tents upon your request Wm MeKinley IlhI I i0St0 had been subscribed by Chlea Sturmasufferers in Texas The big piukln houses at the sleek yards have eaefi l comributetl 1000 worth of A llrnft for KUOOO I JllorcliII Colorado Springis Col n meeting Monday night Mayor Itoblntton n draft for ordered went to lov Sayers of Tcxnsj L to be used to relieve time storm 8UrI ferers A ii I i Hnvc IJnKlnnd Sympathies London Sept 11AII the mornllmg papers contain editorials expressing symisithy with the United States ID the Utilvcston disaster j California Ailiulimlon to the Union jIlIrl9 Sept IlThe members qt the California eommlsMlon Monday evening celebrated the admission of California in September ls50 into 11011ItStates national pavilion if Dentil of den rainier Washington Sept 11Urlg Gen Innls U Palmer VS A retired died nt Chevy Chase lil Monday night of kidney complications He will be hurled In the National cemetery at Arlington TO GETfOUIOFCHINAr jIndications Are That the American Troops Will Be Withdrawn HeUnHrd State In Firm In IU le ttrmlnntlon In Moll Ileeotn Inir Involved In Any Clank Ilrltveen tlir Powers Washington Sept ItThu Chinese has received nn imperial cdlr conferring on Li Hung Chang extraordinary power for the complete settlement of the Chinese trouble It give him authority to make terms according to Ids own discretion with out referring to the emperor Thin is tnusunl authority and it is claim ed at the Chinese legation gives LI Huijf Chang credentials adequ6tc to meet nil the objections heretofore rolled to his power to negotiate for peace Washington Sept 11The develop meits of the day in the Chinese situ ation still point to n speedy with troopstrOll1 the weight of huts opinion to that nl rtatiy entertained by many oflieials hcnj It probably Is Hlgnlilcant that ttlic generals statement on this pointy tees given publicity by the adnllnlstra tlOll No confirmations are at hand hero 0f the report that Great Britain and Grimany have Jollied In an agreement to remain together in Poking regard leu of the attitude of the other pow cn Should this be true the fact dotbtlww would hasten the rearward moTQmcnt of the American troops for there is a firm determination to avoid becoming involved in any clash beitvcen the powersI such as might reuonnbly bo cxpuctod to follow the execution of this reported British Gtrnian programs me If there have been futhex responses to the llustikin note relative to evacu ation their purpose eon not bo ascar tamer This delay no longer inter terra with the execution of the Amor lean policy The tnte department baa a reasonably accurate unuorstand tats of the attitude of even Alioso pow cn that Imve not nmdc formal re sponse to the ltuaian note so that the moro written record of their views la not of importance The port of time problem relative to withdrawal that rcmaiaa unsolved fis the boat means of securing giinrun tea for the attainment of the few object sot out in Secretary Hays note of July 3 which have not ye brra soourod Possibly guarantee- mud too obtained front two sides frost the Chinese government as to tau Boourity of American treaty J t kftrt the creation f a frafon which shall provide f thd payment of Indemnity for the 1IOMM suffered by American citizen au for the expenditure on ncooun of me Peking relief expedition Then it If entirely possible that it may bo rdgBrded an necessary if any of tho alllo refuse to leave Peking mid par att JIn a wur of conquest that the iin tarasts of the United Stute in tho matter of trade or the open door awl of nil the rights now guaranteed to tic in China by treaty be nindo n iniUer of special agreement between limo United Stairs nnd those warring poWQraIt not follow that because th Uwltod States troops are to be with drtrwn this autumn from China our inturoflts will be left completely at the mercyof the other powers On th oontrary such disposition will b niRtlO of those troops that theywit oUsurfi if neeeiniary can be returned toChlim in short order To this end the entire army of Gel Chaffeo will be quartered In some of the plcusant ot itnd most salubrious portions of the Ill1Iprfnes If they are wanted again in China they unit be trans iwrfod Inside of H week refreshed awl fitted for effective action Minister Wu unit not yet been cloth oil with powers by his government to affect n settlement of the Chinese trouble directly with the Washing ton authorities The ofllclals mire Inclined to believe that no such large power as this will be conferred upon him though he may as do tho Chip nose ministers in Europe play a most important part in the preliminaries to the institution of regular liege tiations through commissioners for a final settlement Miner Ailvlncil to Oct limit Shnmokin Pa Sept 11 George W nrtleln secretary of the Shamcikln strict United Mine Workers of received the following dill inericn 8 oclock Monday night from tfsldcnt John Mitchell at Chicago 7 efforts now being made to settle ffJ strike will be declared In n few us Advise miners to get ready f all the 141000 men strike U t nfcjli lied w by mine workers official ht time strike can be won in 30 hIava There Is it Is said plenty of nut In sight to maintain the strikers fcndl their families The organizer wm officials of the bituminous ills frlets have been rolled here and lilt Jr pprt favorably on the ability teat h diversion or coal i ItnlierU to Retorts it wW York Sept 10A cable ape t 8ii VH Uiimors are current in JK political clubs that Lord Robert leave Pretoria ut the end of this Nth and will for England nfter ilng short units nt Bloemfontela Cape Town The Tour Postponed Belgrade Sept0the OfficialI Journal announces that the tour of King Alexander amid Queen Dragina who were married August Ii hUll boom postponed owing to the dclloate cou iltlon of her majesty J UMIfrSTATE NEWS PICKUPS 4J J I I JJJ I iI THE LEGISLATURE Dill Inlrndiupd In Kentucky louse to Make Irlmnrr Elections the Sole Manner of Nominating Frankfort Ky Sept 0 lleprcsent ntlvc Swan of Calloway sent up in the house Wednesday in amendment BurkampofprovidingI for the opening of the polls in cities of the second class nt 6 oclock instead of 7 oclock in the morning Mr Heed of Allen county made the first speech lie said that all the republican minority of the house wanted was a fair law and that the republicans would vote with the democrats to secure it Mr Boy of Carlisle count was the first speaker on time democratic side He favored time preservation of the ballots anti general registration throughout the state Mr Baird of Barren followed He argued in favor of his bill Mr Lewis of Leslie a moun tain member favored equal represen tendon on all election boards Mr Hagby of Boyle n democrat in dorsed what Mr Lewis ald- Frankfort Ky Sept 7The son ate session opened at 1030 oclock I Thursday and the agreement of the i night before between the consemi tires and the radicals regarding thoII selection of a special committee on I j elections was carried out Time 1em1j ocruifi selected six partisan members on the committee nut the republicans selected two Brown democrats ono I popilittt and two republicans A resolution providing for joint sutwions of the senate and house com mittees was adopted Time resolution for sine die adjourn ment on September jfO was entered Itepru5ontatlv ieorgo Travel o Campbell county introduced bill iin the house of representatives which if adopted wilt do away with party conventions in Kentucky It provides that on the first Tuesday in August each ycnr primary elections be held to nominate candidates for the ofllcos to be tilled nt the November election All parties casting 35 per cent of the vote must hold primaries Frankfort Ky Sept 8When the lower branch of the assembly met at 11 oclock Friday three new election bills were offered Mr Brown of jhntsa circle placed U o de vice on the harlot instead of a square Mr Randolph of Caldwell edictall two measure One provides geniifiry dlvldtxl two at parties AIUI that In else of a tie be pert son to vote he be allowed to do so The second provides that an election ollleer ho not required to be a hoar holder as required by present law The senate held a short session Frhbiy morning meeting nt 10 30 oclock The only business done win the defeat of a resolution providing I for time payingi of mileage to tho of fiesta of the two houses The senate special committee on suiT rage and election met at 11 argoneUr l by tine selection of Senator Fur guson democrat chairman and Sen tutor Kirk republican nn secretary It was determined that time commit specieht 1 separatelyo Frankfort Ky Sept IOlIutla house of the legislatures held only brief sessions Saturday and adjourned till Monday limo house session wan unimportant anti the only important action by the senate was its refusal1 to adopt Senator Jones resolution instructing the committee on elec tions as to what points should bo considered in its work on tho pro posed new election law This resolu flan Wilt referred to the committee Senator Johnsons resolution to ad journ klne die September 20 wns reached on the calendar but was postponed Congressman June Gnyle spent the tiny here In conference with Speaker South Trimble trying to straighten out the controversy between Trimble and Moody in regard to the title to the democratic emblem in time con gressional nice which both are claim lag Up to Saturday night Jhe row was no nearer settlement than heretofore Miner Called Out Middlcsboro Ky Sept 7 Notices have been posted at the mines in this jntrict by time United Mine Workers union ordering nil the miners outs until September 10 the date set at the Coal Creek conference when the operators und miners will meet again to consider a contract for the com hag year The mines here have been working this week hunt all union ruin ers stopped Thursday ponding the settlement The Pineville Coal Co signed the agreement Lied Its mines will not shut down liulleicil for Murder Lexington Ky Sept 7The grand jury Thursday returned an Indict meat for murder against Jbli II Ludwig outlined with Idling Martin Stevens 11 fillow workman at the Armour building about wo monthsI ago Uonvlctcil of Koruery Kiohmoml Ky Sept 7Lathe Cro kmore a wellknown young man of this city wns tried in the circuit court onchlrge of forgery mid given two yours in the state prlnon at Frankfort FIRE AT A STOCK FARM Sir Wnltrr G W Johnson Magfna and Ornament valuable Slnllloni Narrowly Escaped Death Lexington Ky Sept 7Four of the stallions at La Belle stock farm near this city had a narrow escape from death by fire at an early hour Thursday morning They were Sir Walter and G W Johnson owned by II 1C Knapp of New York Mhglnn property of Perry Belmont of New y York and Ornament owned by H P i Headley the owner of the farm The stud barn caught fire and was partially f consumed when the lire was din covered Sir Walter and Magian were with difficulty taken from the barnrand Ornament and n W Johnson a from the adjoining paddocks For tunately none of the horses tried to run into the firs and they escaped without n scratch 1 NO GUNS WrRE USED Krntnckr Ililltlelunn Try In Settle Their DinirtiUlm With FUla Qnnrreled Over Politics Frankfort Ky Sept 8 Represent ative Barton of Pcndlcton county anti SorgenntatArms Ben Hensley 1tad n fist fight in the lobby of tho Capitol hotel Friday afternoon in which Ileiihley was knocked down and his face badly bruised by Barton who JM the smuilcr man of the two Hensley is also from Pcndleton conn r t ff anti served two terms ns u nwm her of the house several years ago They are both democrats cud quarreled over sonic Pendleton county lo cal affair which grew heated Bar ton says Hensley called him a liar before he hit him lleneley s fore bofdid not use n knife Barton Is a can didate for speaker Jim llownrdii CaseP1 Frankfort Ky Sept 10The fall term of the Franklin strait court be gan Monday It is anticipated that the grand jury will reopen investigai tion of the assassination of Nov toe boa nnd additional indictments may be returned The ease of Jim Howard the Clay county feudist who is indicted an a principal in the murder will be called some time during tho xveiUI out it is not cartnln that the case will go to trial as cxOov Brown Judge Sims and ether attorneys who defended Calob Powers are aka to taco declin ed to defend Howard and w far as is known ho is without lego wnuneddyL fc V ChniiBC- MMiddlcsboro Ky Sept SThe to cent changes in the superintendent place on this division of the L R N whereby J Wo Logsdon went to Louisvillo nnd O B Holllngaworth of Louisville came here as superin tcndent cause a change in the mas IIcr of trains ofiice also and it is now announced thnt John Harris who has hall this place will be transferred to the Short Line at Louisville Ho will be succeeded here by Ilex Frazier formerly train dispatcher of the Short Line OeloKcniirlnn Wedded Lexington ISept 10 Immedi ately after the morning services in Broadway Christian church Sunday Her Mark Collins officiated at the marriage of Nelson Hamon aged 80 a Seott county farmer and Mrs Kliz abeth Sutton aged 03 assistant su perintendent of the sowing depart ment of the Eastern Kentucky InHimo asylum Cnlch 1ottcr Sentenced Georgetown Ky Sept 9Calrb Powers has peen sentenced to the pen itentiary for life He has been doomed to spend the rest of lib days in the prison walls of Frankfort The man found guilty of accomplish ing the death of Senator Gocbel came lucre by the H40 a m South ern train Will Attend Keiillvnl- Nlcholusvlllc Ky Sept 8l1ho Business Mens club of Cincinnati have extended to the Commercial club hero nn Iinvitation to be present on club day at the fall festival on t September 22 The Invitation will bo accepted und a special ear chartered 1 to take the members One of Them Stubbed Her Middlcsboro IKy Sept 10NtwII from Hyden Leslie county says that Mrs Peace wns stabbed several tImes- b two sisters named Allle and JuliaiMorgan and will die It Is said that Mrs Peace hind ieproved one of tha girls They met at church and tha affray followed Populist Nomination Louisville Ky Sept 3 Populists of the Fifth congressional district t Friday night nominated W F Parker for congress He is the father of ex Populist National Committeeman Jo A Parker Gold Mining CoII Mlddleoboro Ky Sept pany has been orgunled for the par pose of developing the gold mine ro centlr discovered In Hawkins county Tcnnesse J M Goodloe und B P Ferguson of Big Stone Gap Va are tryinterestedFine Lot of Walnut Lancaster Ky Sept SA fine shipment of walnut logs bought bY n Cincinnati firm left here Friday for New York and thence to Omnany I ItIt is said to be one of the best Iota of walnut ever shipped from ken I I t I I THE HICKMAN COURIER Ucorgo Warren I == =u now HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY SBPT 14 1900 in in POLITICAL writers of Europo scout danger m the present grouping of tho auil Powers and hint vaguely of a Conti nental war as tho outcome of tho Chi nese trouble t t t taMILLIONS of bushels of corn are now useUu tho manufacture of smokeless A powder and for this purpose much of of the grain is shippedi from tho United States to foreign countries will Obey Secy of State under Glove land has published a letter urging tho election of Bryan So has oxP M General Wilson Both supported Palmnil er and Bnckucr in 18- 90tttt IN selecting parts of Pokm tobo guarded and occupied by tho different allies Franco by a trick It is reported has taken the palace of Prince Ching from the Americans The palace is tho rich R est in tho city and is supposed to con late much jewelry and millions of dol cue in gold Mara tttt ber STILL they come Two new national political tickets National union reform party For president Seth Ellis of Ohio for vicepresident Samuel T Nich olson of Pennsylvania Tho national party for president Donaldson Caffory of Louisiana for vice president Archibald time Murray Howe of Massachusetts the tttt fail Time mobbing of a physician down m Illinois because ho failed to euro a pa tient will be likely to cause gentlemen is II of the medical profession some uneasi soon dieII ness That sort of thing may bo all right when applied to Christen Scient ists and other uucousccrated healers but when directed against a regularly I anointed doctor with a medical college diploma it is in the highest degree alarm inK and revolutionaryotloven ttttRGPOKTS of the end of the war in the I Philippines continue to emanate from Washington and reports of long lists ofm American soldiers who have succumbed to disease in the Philippines contInuo to como from General MacArthnr Notwithstanding thi its repeated assertion that the Filipinos have been conquered tho t administration has taken no steps to Lwitbdmw the troops from the islands J where disease is decimating their ranks f A NEW YonK dispatch tttt says that a staff its of Italian detectives will bo sent to this country with the assent of the Amen can authorities A special body of thir ty secret police agents all picked men will be dispatched to operate in the cities hero where Italians abide They I will bo under the command of an in- SpectorI who will have his headquartersI the j upjtttt I growI is now being claimed with confidence for Bryan Five members of the Clove It r Ilandcabinet have come out for the tick et and it is believed exPresident Cleve t land will do the same us ho has declin I ed to accept an appointment on MoKiu 11leysPence Conference The Olnoy letter bas done great good in the East I I and predictions are freely made that it is to be a landslidetttt I I SPEAKINO of the Special Session of I j the Legislature and the election law the Winchester Sun savst The Legislature is Democratic and we hope it will pass such a law as will be satisfactory to nil To pass any oth 1erkind of law will but aggravate the 1 present trouble and sink tho party into ttreacherous quicksand of political It folly There is an irresistablo demand for a fair law that will not down and if those charged with authority to give I Huch a law know tho temper of tho peo pIe they will do their dut- ytttt Time destruction of railroads and of telegraph wires has made it impossible to gather tho full extent of tho damage done by Saturday nights storm along the coast of Texas but enough is known fI to reveal an appalling disaster involv tug tho loss of hundreds and perhaps thousands of lives Galveston is still inundated and cut oft from communi- cationi I and it is reared that tho city was swept by a tidal wavo In the absence of definite information estimates of loss of lito run into tho thousands 11 ttttTim coming election in November is made tho more important by tho number of great pubho questions the 1 tlcment of which has been deferred by tho Republican administration until after tho election It is reasonable to as t sumo that this postponement is dictated I by a fear that tho Republicans would bo hurt on election day by having IsHe posed ot these issues in accordance with Republican designsthat is time party of trusts and imperialism was afraid to do before election what it means to u after and sought refuge in delayNow York News r v LOCAL NEWS 4 i uc C c c r Our merchant are receiving their full goods Now corn isi soiling at 32 per burro small quantities I Tho ateamor Ford Herold Iit runnln tho Lee Line trade again I L Fur nil kinds Hamas TJnwnr Woo O1mro see- Goan Co Cnyco J Jii It will bo only a short tlino until national and state election day roll rime St Louis KxiKKition opens noti Monday Set 17th and close Out 20lh number of llickmunitos are thlnkln uttunding Tho nOt regular intuiting of the Hiokmaii Building Loan Assoaititloi bo hold at tho court house on next Thursday night 20th inst Tho hay fever season is now in lull blast and the ca chow ea chow of tin victim can bo hourd for two blocks It tho rich and poor alike CST For anything you need in Drugs UrocoricH and Hardware lino see GOIIK Co Cuyoo Ky- Lake County Prow With a llevee coiuus a railroad A railroad brings do volopiuont prosperity and antorpriso Luke county is to have both Maj Hold is to have a free street oar nivali during tho second rook in Outobur- A big finKMnfiiilirmt picnic und larbo will bo one of tho feature Wo aro in receipt of the initial nnm of the Daily Messenger published i atMayfleld by Leo Elmoro It is n bright shoot woll edited and democratic Machine Repairing Mr John Riling can be found at Uco BUCKS machine shop to repair anything 44- in the machine lino Thero are three kinds of people in world tho wills the wonts and the cants Tho first accomplish everything second oppose everything tho third in everything Missouri farmers have discovered away to destroy chinch bugs Green corn cut up and placed in small hoops It formuntri and tho bugs eat it and by tho thou weds Mu Tho Nations Prido Standard Sowing Machines Savo your mono GOHK Co Cayce Ky It is enough to make a serious in lividnal laugh to hoar people join in singing at church We shall know each there who refuse to know or speak to ouch other hero Governor Beckbam will address the maple of Graven county at tho court houso in Maytield nuxt Monday 17th Tho political iissues of the pending campaign will bo discussed There is no peace and comfort in world As soon as there is a premise of cooler temperature tho political campaign opens with a vigor that will trance many a jwlitioian warm under the collar Take an interest to your town To make a success of your business you I must be interested in it Tho same applies to the growth and prosperity of your town You must bo interested in future We defy any house in Western Kontucky or Tennessee to sell goods cheaper than we GOUK Co Cayco Ky ClAre you tho defendant in this lucre case asked the rural judge some what sharply No sir answered the prisoner I hums a lawyer lured to do dofeudm Im tho man dat stole nom articles The shortening days of September bear witness to the suns continued southward progress On the morning of tho 23d the sun enters tho sign of Libra and in tho language of tho almanacs Autumn begins A woman passenger on one of the southern railway trains protested against riding in a coach with a shirt waist man and tho superintendent of the road has issued an order to conductors to keep an eye on tho shirt waist we irons The campaign has been formally opened by parties in tho Stato and will bo kopt at tho red heat Htngo until elec tion Remember time law gives tho other fellow tho same right to his opinion as it does you and you will avoid much overexertion An apple core thrown by a colored I boy which struck William Kohles a white man caused a small riot between whites and blacks on West Fortyeighth street Now York Monday afturnoon which was quickly quelled by a force of patrolmen 8ST1 Just received a cur of Fresh Suit kept in tho house nico and dry clean and wont pack or got hard lose Co Cayco Ky Whatever you do dont discuss poll tics with your friend and neighbor if he is on the other side of tho fence from you You cant convince him of the cr roneousuess of his opinion so it is only a waste of words and such discussing is likely to engender hard feelings and bitter enmity The editor of an exchange pokes fun at the follows who lino up along the sidewalk after church services to catch a girl by the wing or to Jot a look at the fair ones as they pass out Ho says it gives him n pain and makes him feel as if ho had gotten himself mixed up with a bunch of nnwcancd calves JOA barbecue and bran dance will be given tomorrow Saturday llith inst on Little Obion Creek onofourth of n mile below tho Iron BridgbTand 6r1 miles north of Hickman beginning at 2 p m and lasting until midnight Music done log and a good time generally is prom jtised those who attend Oapt T n Sims of the steamer Hill City believes that the Chicago drainage canal will keep snfllcicnt water in tho Mississippi river between Cairo and St Louis in low water season to keep navigation open says the Cairo Citizen thinks tho drainage canal raises the river two feet at time present stage and that tho river will never got any lower than It Is at prese- ntIliueloa for Stile doOost 98503 now offered at 1503 running gear and top almost good snow Apply at OOUUIEB OFFICE I r 0 NEW I ttI l MIIFALL GOODS ttn 11f r t tARRIVI G DAILYrI ir i nr- tt Baltzer 1 DOddst nOGlun Of the County Teacher AR1toelntAotl I The Fulton County Teacher A4n- Uon will hold its September mooting hi tuW41SopLtho grounds and the following progfgffi will bo discussed i Morning Session 1000 a m iHotillOl8ej The School Library Mis Ida Banes School Interest How Sustained dD Check NOON 11118toriilliona SpelllnKJ 0 Landers and Mies Ogle Loot1 6 Reading Mtw Sue Ha mar am Virginia Luten t Arithmetic Mlat Anna OulUii and Edna Wiseman d Language work Missos Dora tai lltb and Nettie Stahr t Ponnmanabtp Misses Loula Rim ago and Annlo Sharon 3VJ Time Stato Teachers Reading Crou General DilOullou Trustee and pa twos are specially invited to bo prevent J M OATI IKY J C LAMDHHA Programme Committ Will Not Accept ors nt MtKlo toys IlamJs WAsiUMoroy Sept 8 KxPrcskteu Cleveland has declined to accept aheI place on tho International Board of Ar bitratioti tendered him by President 11et Kinley ExPresident Harrison ha ao copted a similar position Attempt to Assassinate Congroea man Rhea Ruollvillo Ky Sept 11rhonestI of the attempt to atwniwlnato Congress man John S Rhea caino as a groat bock j to tho people lucre though it was knownI that throats had bean made agaIn +t himI In Butlor and Muhlonburg countiesI should ho denounce Taylor for his actions in tho nssuwlnution of Governor Goobol Tho city In all oiuitomont ILJ it iIB known that tho llrst installment ofr a corruption fund was received here this morning UurllsIeH Position ExSoarotary Carlisle and Mr JamesI I D Richardson snake no secret of Mat transpired at their Interview in Niw I York Mr Carlisle told Mr Ilichardon that ho did not indorse tho McKinty policy in regard to tho now territory and did not intend to veto for MeKinhy but ho declined to write a letter on tho subject or to make any public ixjiriii sion declaring that ho was now a private citizen and did not intend to ongiii+ j again in public affaire I I Those Hold Democrat While it was most praiseworthy proper for the gold Democrats in lk9c have nominated an independent tit at it is now a direct act in behalf of Mo Kiuloyiam A handful of those persons j under the name of NationalwtHI met at Now York last week and nomi nated lion Douelsou Cntrery of Louts iaua for President and Archibald Mur VicoPresidentmerits and qualifications of time goitth named tho uoliver I oftimeyuue Soian years ago n man ran up a tJ of 8200 in tho Truuioirt House Chi a and thou disappeared without sal mg IIroom i I I lI II i presulliubivlOi1t ththnu assayer who returned two luumpy of metal valued at WOO UANtINU IX CIIUKCII Ihlrngo Clergyman Says Public CUJ He Festive In the Church Auditorium Dancing na an avenue to salvation IIA to IK introduced by tho Rov Jonkl Lloyd Jones pastor All Souls Chrurvl Oak wood boulevard anti Langley ave lmu ways n Chicago special to tho Phil ailrlphia Telegraph Public dau u H ort to be held during tho fall and winter 1hl the church auditorium where Mr Joni dHcnuraoH on Sundays with music from a full prahoAtra A doorkeeper will col kit tab cunU from each person who t n trw Mr Jones and hi family are now ot Lower JIm WU but tho imnlfttor v11 return to preach his first Normon Sfpt Ill und it U understood that time firs social will bo hftM on time Thunda evening following The Virginia roe pwweasea particular Attractions for Dr Jones Married at Fullon It1ll Ethel Hay daughter of Mm L J Hay and Mr Ed Norton n tolograpl operator of Memphis wore marriwl at 1lTiIton Friday night They must at lull ton Friday evening Tho bride is sixteen years old Ttn couple will make Memphis their tutor home Muylluld Mirror TAX KM Z TAXKM l Your State and County Taxm are non 00110Iforward sumac OH It Ikea iuon ey to get the Sberitrn quietus I can be found at tho Farmers and MorohantM Bank 0 L CARPENTER D S FOR SAiE A twoyenr old bay mule IMh hands high well broke Also good driving horso and also offer a good rid Durham cowWill soil on reasonable terms Inquire at Fordlimnd Mad dox farm 7 miles south of Illakmun and about 1 mile ohst of Mt IHarmon church Jons A McCLCKit Due 3fo Ivo Dw J M Hubbard and O W Curlli having placed all their claims In any hands for collection I hereby notify mind rvouost nil or any persons Indebted tto either of tho above to cull and settle My olllco is ut F M Bank Respectfully GEO CARPENTER MixedC IPaintsP I We havo added to our large sloe OF PAINTa S Ready Mixed Paints ALL COLORS and guaranteed to bo of the BEST QUALITY UOWUIIJI UOVGIIJI- 1DnUGGIST y A A TO I am in this i of buBiniWH at und at u andwell of and 1iiro well BH in and re I 1 1 fullv a TIUALORUKU 11 SPECIAL OFFERuP rlln I an to and hereby otTer yOU Near ytars ut IlcdlyWoalaeyra year out Ryo Whwkoy tor fcJuu lixpr w lINiet I miss to In plain IKJXM with no inarkM to Indunt COMI IHII Wlwii you IVO YI U und tst it if it U nut tory return It at my expense and 1 will rotund you MoO This la a limit Hbtral crr and I await your onlnw V It YYKUSTKK R 8 OD01Vj Wholesale tiquori uouse N Z CLINTON ST1HIOKMAN KY Koopi in all ol Thlxton Mtllott Cos Owonilioro Dtitiilerr Rest ol rAgtlontOld Gold Old Wagon Diadem Gins Brandias Wmas and Bear and Quality CSiiuruntvcd r IlusiiHHH rondiiclwl fdrintly apeimliiiK ttn law iCARUTHERS BAAK RY ADD 6C TmHERYI FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIES GLUTTON WHKHT IJICJUN KHNTUOIly Tolophono No 110 A HAUIB A HAUIB JU Alex AI Paris Son MCo ao WholoHula quad Retail In GOAL WOODANni tiHAND HIOKMAN KY Pittslmrg Kanuwliu River Illinois nnd Kontuoky Coals c E EAKER General Grtrocec I Powoll Block Clinton St Having puroliiicil the Block olf J J 0 HonJnrtnl would he pleased to bare ill old friends to call Fresh Good and Choice Osgalbsti THE PUBLIC engaged I line Union City Tenn carry all pintos large assorted stook Good Whiskey as all other goods that line pert fcollclt WR WEBSTER IIAWNI skip tin nppnivnl MttUfao Stool Brands Proof C0Br ETC Diulora Orocory Cash Book Store Splendid Selcot Ion of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIOP c Cull and Hue our Stock Everything up to data MAUV HKUKNUKS t Co LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE 11 R DEPOT M 4 M ar II t p06 J H POLLOCK Proper First class turnouts hugKir surreys carriages safe tennis Ac OuHtoinurn florveu with courtesy and i oUtenoH4 Pa tronitKO Koliuitcd Tolophonu 10 oo CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo aro lucre yourf1ontronugo II try tug to IIIOOHO you thou wo old reliable harbors R U OALDWKLL WILL CKOWELU rte +t- N 3v8 1 Dr11 I Jlailroiul Timo Table Nf 0 St L R K- LKAVKflt A lUll VJtHI Tula No M oI QiW V I No IK 7 4I a in rmltt Ko i ut 11 p InII IITrlu Ne 4 1HO p m Local and Personal d u HTBuolc the Jowolur IB hnok to lthty- Art you going to lotto lit the airaus to morrow Glint Taylor of Cnlro Ilk is In tho sty this week SunduyfrontJcaso Ilulin Ufl last week for Colo rado Springs Colorado Max Harper of IFulton WILE In tho city Saturday and Sunday CrywtulorOllllihlMillMrs Dr U II Ilublmrd returned ywtorilny from Hot Springs Ark Mr Ktholhert Roger nnd Mla Mid Uo Sander woru married lust wuok Homco llurcli and Niok Taylor of Cairo Ills woro III tho city this week Johu Moore of Bur oM Ark in tho gueait of his father it fow days this wuok Arthur Johnson of Cnyeo area n itr11t the Courier ol1llu 1Vudiuldny i tar Kentucky and Superior Whoot Drllka for solo liy us on eww torma- GOHF Co Cayoo KyI Mr nnd Mrs C MoorsI of Hook Spring vhdtedMw A 01 Perry this w iuk ll1ulhterdale111Mr UICt Khtingor unit mother of- t1 I Jntur Ala ore vUitlng Mr and Mrs Ueo Ulusur John 0 HtiKan the onndy drummur npunt Sunday at homo with hits mothur in this oily liupgyPlowOoiict Co Jyto Ky lBlr sodl Mm JMO W Wallow tiwut Sunday IIs the oily Kttifl of Mr nnd Mr J W Pow 011 Mr 0 A HvtMHiba wiwnt Moat aKa TNIIM the 1jnwt week vfiiltfRg Mn iii n KlrUy Smith Mkw Myrtle Olmadter off UHH City M vWUng Mks Willie OwiIlH in the country this week lam AH kinds of Fresh Ftah OyeUr mid Wild iWto In HWUIOH fur mh ut the Ilkkman Packing Uu Tvlaphiwe SO Mire fltotki ODanW who IMW IInert ibMting pore several weoka left ywMr day for her IKIIIIO Nt ImieHHtdMMo Mo MlmI FanNio ItoardHma daughter e1- pt f John Beardiwtn of Now OrlWHB i rldtittfr her oowrin Mrs C C SmlUul sPw the twat rhtrtn PettoeIN uw jrltf for tlM i rteo MM IM- OOKB 00 Oayue Ky Mm Kwiip n widow thing nmr tuwju wiiiMo husband Mwrved In trrredI oral artilY rtwolml Sl iWpoiwlon inoiHry this weak loylui et- hlft oounty whet tIs the oily WooraOlRlny rand Mild tho Courlor K kIt Mnt buoy Irvine mother of Mr AIouo loot of Sun Antouio Texas iis visiting relative iu this county nnd will remain probably U mouths Mr II II treat condnator on the Crntorville branch of tho Nash Chat h St Louise railroad 1fai ponding n fow days nt homo with life funnily this week 1 1 will repair tmr watch or cluck nt 3 to ro eonto tint d ijK tied gunran Hiiteo my work unit olnm in ovary ro iKrot or money refunded It W HiCK MaylleJd Musswngw Walter Wright went to Ilickman where ho will arilst tine airouit olurk during CtlUrtQog Crosslnnd ollloiul tet niiior fur the circuit uourt will go to Hiaknftin to at tend court Goo Buck and Sam Luton took n jmrty of blonde nut on tho river Sunday Ivonlnu In their gasoline launahw and fur an hour or two enjoyed tho beautiful moonlight while the little InxitH went bounding over tho waves Slf 14 jwiinds Lust SlrtlvJaraijraifu Sugar for 8Lt10 loitK Co C yeo IKy Mr henry Umnplrall has sold his in tonrit in tho house of Ctimpbull t Un desAood mod has aconpted a ixwltton in tho houHo of S K A U W Johnson Cayco Mr J A Undorwood will con tlnuo tho buHinotw in tho old Htnnd Mr Henry Motz n woll knowji and highly ostoomod young nun who lived in tho boltouifl below Hlokman died In Ilickman Monday night and wan graveyardWoPlow Points Take your plow jwintfl to Uno BUCK ho will grind thouiJ forliw Our popular friend Mr Jorro John Hon thin week brings tho Courier HOIIIO old ruliuH the his grand fa thur William SJohnson umongHt thorn being the old gunllumtmH iHXjkuL book lint and iron moro than 1UO years old and sonic Indian rullw all of which can ho soon in tho Couriers Museum win down Bring on your rollos c Also Home Biiecimoiirt of iron urn taken from the IiilM near Cayce- According to Drano Humor who surely ought to know Cupids arrow has pierced tho hearts of nevural of our young couples about town and thoy nro Horionxly coutemplatiug engaging In matrimony Tile is tho mouth when inarriugo bulls usually peal forth thoI Kind tidings of n change of life millI naturally Hickmnu line to keep pacoI with tho rest of the hustling villages and como up with her Ipro rutlI82T Wo have exclusive sale of Bucks RnngesAhin I JIIU Stoves and too in n IioiUon to oiler you some bargains Soc us- GOHKCO CuycoKy r n I Ii I tt or tD TIIIdIi Shaws Sale Still Continues In order to mako room for our NEW FALL OR 1EItSand arrange for new Depart nciits we arc hound to get rid of lots of goods a- tERCUTS x Iinstuff not shelfworn for years hut THIS SEASONS GOODS- at 1 prices that a- reBard rI- ZJUST I LOOK BELOW I ij 8 500 LIENS SUITS for ij 285 700t 1 A 460 800t fl j 500 1000cc f 650 1250 l ji 860 Finer Suitings in Proportion SlOO Punts go at 70c S150 Pants go at 100 8200 Pants go at 125 8250 Pants go at 175 8300 Pants go at 200- A fino line of I Summer Soft Shirts at 25c 50c and 75c HOESBlUfJaillsI from ono of the Largest Stocks in the ity e M B Shaws Sons 1 i r I D E Roovos Dead Mr David Hcovi n most Oust worthy altiiim of Cayeu thU noun ty died Sunday morning last of ty phoid fever and was burled Monday lout Ho was n worthy man iu the fullniwH anti vigor of young innnhooil iu th very promise of a useful life who agtrlckwn dawn with typhoid foyer If IIKIVM n wife nod mitiio Hinall ohildro- ntul largo circle of fnumlK rulHtivus nut awjunlntnncM to mourn its sleu- thREMOVED II IIUCIIANAN has moved hits stock of Dry UoodH from the ground floor t the room up state over his grocery hutu+ where he will continue to sell goods a t oost and lens than cost Hntrauoo Stains lentlntg by Dr DIIIIIOIl1I omao turn to the left illS HOMK 1AlKU Its Htrnngo tmid a celebrated au thor reeontly and yet not Htrnngo how thane old afHtwiutions oling to URI I saw born in a ruml district and 4 years ugo tho little country weekly wasi the only literature we laid It wow pub lished oct Saturday and when it did not como out on tints ovorybody was in a flurry Well I have not visited my birthplace in 20 yuaN but during nil J that time I have boon n subscriber to that little country weekly Ive crossed tho seas and it has followed mo faith fully to foreign capitals Ive taken 1 it Jj loom my ixraket in tho cluba of London i and Ping and huvo read with all i interest of old how Colonel bo and thoIi I I in our midst how John Jones Sunday ed with us und how our esteemed cor I oner wit on three dead men yesterday and how the editor is thankful fur n i mess of cabbage but needs KQIIIO bauon Ui boll with It tie Vos that little coun yetAndfor my subscription either Newspaper Talk POll SA1iItathlunco containing six rooms hulls pwrohie two cisterns stable o near tho Court House the Cassety property Apply to OKO WAintvaf I Courier Ctlice A notice has boon sent out from tho postolllco department at Washington calling tho attention ut tho public to rules for collect ing a money order which are not generally known All money orders unity IHJ unshod nt any money or der oleo at which they way be present oil Irrespective of the oflico ou witch they mutt be drawn In nil casts the owner must bo identified At tho office lutistbeovenitton Cavoats j STOKMY SEITKJIHKIt eAn Kurly Hash of Snow in the Fir WCHI Htokt Iu his September forecast Nuns up tho another us follows s1From nlrant tint 12th to 10th full a whichaandnnrous of rain will visit many parts of tho country These disturbances will oulmiunto about the 10th in gales and genera electrical and atmospheric per tnrbntious and bo followed tor several days by raw rough aupleasaut weath willuor then much of October and Novrui her especially iu northwestern regions Dangerous equinoctial storms will swoop the south suns nod coasts botwpt tho 10th and SJOth and many violent iu mini storms will visit interior and lake regions at tho same time Heavy tlll tricul storms with black ugly clouJs may bo looked for iu connection with those equinoctial storms From Wed ncsday tho 19th to Sunday tho 23d u 0unc of tho periods in which probable violence nod danger may arose Early nod decided dashes of cold sleet and snow aro likely to follow close on the heels of very hot weather along west eni and northern sides of storm areas causing cool and crisp air during the last days of tho mont- hCaruliaers City ICakcry iiti Having leased the oven nt tho City MrMnycrs Irof1IJrelid nbreadSolicithi1 trulytfricrcus MAJority The ollluial returns from the Demo cratlo primaries of tho Ninth Tennessee Congressional District hold Aug 18th woro completed last week and given out by tho Chairman of tho Ninth District CongressionalI Committee They are as followsMinorities 1010Luko278Totali Majorities for Si Gibson iW JunMOrockoUi81 ToUil f Mr Pierces majority in tho district r iw will bo scon from tho above Is 810 LastFoundtheCourlcrPersonal mentions tree FOR Tim 0111 FAITH Correspondent Croolnians apparently authoritative statement that 1200 per FOUR iu one county In West Virginia who voted for Mr McKinley in 1890 have signed affidavit pledging their votes till year to Mr Bryan indicates a changed condition of public soutiuiout which promises some startling surprises in November Tho cause of this change of sentiment in West Virginia is known to tho entire country acct is having a similar effect in other States The Presidents aban donment of American policies iu favor of those that animate tho laudgrabbing monarchies of Europe has alarmed tho American people It is felt that Mr MoKinleyjiud his followers must bo ro UoycrnlDontIfthe principles upon which Jt was estab hshelSt Louis Republic 300 Shoes FOR ladies and Gentlemen The dealers are scarce who cafe equal our 300 Shoe Values We are prepared to give real extraordinaryrI r values in iHENS BOYS LADIES Ir MISSES and- CHILDRENS SlIDES School ShooI That stand tho strain Weve jnst opened a line of the Nobbiest Shoes for Boys and Girls that wo have over shown and not tho most expensive sorts either w1 BIDE XBYLOR STO88a 1v FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers g Threlkelds 61 UP TOE TE CROCEKTZ1 1 t WITTINGS OLD STAND Goods Delivered Free I Clinton Street pllE8HMEAT Telephone 74 qIf I1JFlBUD JRLINDL- ECroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement JVe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no 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 Bring Your Job Work to This Office 4 H ntlek1 d MeSherrl Whot DrillS P OlixTox and ViJLlocLia Cliill I lowrLawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hames Backhands Traces c BUGGIES and HARNESS the host grades and styles always In stock in large quantities To gePone- to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial 1 E E FImErV S Cc 1HICKMAN KENTUCKY i 1 I I T iTiII- r wOW L 2 110 1 1t J THE THREE CROSSES j jDrTalmage Discourses on Redemp tion of the Race Topic Smrgeited br Kmnoa Inlnt InK of Slunleh Type of Ilnmnn- lly lleprenenled by the Two YItctor Copyright 1900 by Louis Kloptch The famous paintings in the pic ture galleries of Munich seem to have suggested the topic of this discourse 1 1whr h Dr Talmage sends from the j themejin the great preacher thoughts of the f blchfof suffering and death The text Iis Luke xxill 33 There they cruel fled Him and the malefactors one on the right hand and the other on the left Jli8t outside of Jerusalem is a swell J arcJI 1 tlon What a mighty assemblage Sonic for curiosity to hear what the ifmalefactors will toy and how they will act The three pernons to be ex eciAd are already there Some of the spectators are vile of lip and bloated of cheek Some look up with revenge hardly able to keep their I tearII t Sometbrenk out into uncontrollable weep ing Some clap their hands in delight that the offenders are to be punished last The soldiers with drawn drive back the mob which 1 1Ilt on so hard There Is fear the proceedings may be inter f frupted Let the legion now sta r horsebackr1 1theI surging multitude Back with is the cry Have you never IJhreeI j piece and two transverse pieces one on the top on which the hands are nailed and one at the middle on which the victim sat Three trees I jut planted yet bearing fruit the laneat the right bearing poison and one at the left bitter aloes tho one in the middle apples of love Nor 1 way pine and tropical orange and Lebanon cedar could not make so fit nnge a grove as this orchard at t Calvary Stand and give a look at the three crosses Just look at the cross on the right Its victim dies Fcofllnp More awful than his physical anguish Is his seorn and hatred of hUm on the middle cross Tins wretched man turns half around on the spikes to hiss at the One in the middle If the scoffer could get one hand loose and he were within reach he would smite the middle sufferer in the face He hates Him with a perfect hatred I think he groundthatthe mechanics who wltb their nails have nailed him fast AmJd the set tling darkness ami louder than the 1 crash of the rocks hear him Jter out ti se words Ah you poor wi etch I knew you were an imposterl You pretended to be a God and yet you let wallIhis death hour because he thought gotIup on his elbow nnllcried out b Crush that wretch What had the middle cross done to arouse up this I right hand cross Nothing Oh the agalnhtCbrlstlChrist or a philanthropic Christ bitt- S Christ who comes to snatch men away from their IIlnll away with MimI On Ills right hand cross to day I see typified the nmbclief of the world Men say Back with lllm himShimrj L has always been a war between this J L right hand cross and the middle crnsg I unbjecII purIof man had perished then that tree which yield t poison would have budded and bios somed with life for all the world That right hand crossthousands I ngonlesForto remorse at the last that life has been wasted and only a fleeting mo v ment stands between tbe soul and its everlasting overthrow 0 God II 1letme die anywhere rather Jhan at the foot of that right hand cross Let not one drop of that blood fall upon my cheek Rend not my ear with that cry I see it now ax never bofore the loathsomeness nnd hor dylngmalefactor I Christianity was not established and perhaps not until that day had that man heard the Christ But after Christ has stood almost 19 centuries working the wonders of Ills grace UI Id you reject Him i longII I Jt is planted in the heart oC the race t When will the time come when tim i spirit of Go1 shall with Its ax hew Itk1 cross and iunbelief the railing male q factor of the world shall perish from 4 all our hearts Away from me thou f spirit of unbelief I hate thee With this sword of God I thrust thee back i and thrust thee through Down to hell down most accursed monster of the earth and talk to those thou best already damned Talk no longer to these sons of God these heirs of Heaven If Thou be tho Son of God Was there any If about It1 Tell me thou star that In robe of light did run to point out Ills birthplace Tell me thou sea that didst put thy hand over thy lip when lie bade thee be still Tell me ye dead who got up to see him die Tell me thou sun In mldheavcn who for Him dldst pull down over thy face the veil of dark ness Tell me ye lepers who were cleansed ye dead who were raised is lie the Son of God Aye aye reo Kinds the universe The flowers breathe it the stars chime it the redeemed celebrate It the angels rise on their thrones to announce it And yet on that miserable malefactors if how many shall be wrecked for all eternity That little If has enough venom in its Ming to cause the end of the soul No if about it I know It Ecce Deus I feel It thor oughly through every muscle of the body and through every faculty of mj mind and through every energy of my soul Living I will preach it lying I will pillow my head upon its consolations Jesus the God Away then from this rit hand cross The red berries of the forest nre apt to be poisonous and around this tree of carnage grow the red poisonous berries of which many have tasted and died I can sec no use for this right hand cross except it be used as a lever with which to upturn the unbelief of the world1 Here from the righthand cross I go to the lefthand cross Pass clear to the other side That victim also twists himself upon the nails to look at the center cross yet not to scotT It is to worship He too would like to get his hand loose not to smite but to de liver the sufferer of the middle cross He cries to tue railer cursing on the other side Silence Between us is innocence in agony We suffer for our crimes SHelled Gather round this lefthand crate 0 yo peo pie Be not afraid littler herbs are sometimes a tonlo f y the body nod the bitter aloes that grow on this tree shall give strength and life to thy soulI The lefthand cross In a repent Ing cross As men who have been nearly drowned tell us that in one mo ment while they were under the wa ter their whole life pasted before them so I suppose in oe moment the dying malefactor thought pwr all his lifeof that nirkt when ke went aliithep through his heart of that any wnin the lonely piss ke met the way farer and regardless of the cries and prayers and tears and struggles of his victim he flung the mangled corpse Into tke dust of Ute highway or heaped upon it Ute stone Ho says I am a guilty wreteh I deserve this There lIs no netd of my cursing That will not stop the pain There Is no need of blaspheming Christ for lie has done me no wrong And yet I cannot die so The tortures of my body are undone by the tor tures of my soul The past Is a scene of misdoing the present a crucifixion the future an everlasting undoing Come back thou hiding midday sun Kiss my cheek wlta one bright ray of comfort What no help from aboeno help from beneath 1 Then I must turn to my companion in sorrow the j One on the middle IrM I have hearth that lIe knows how to help a man when he Is In trouble I have heard that H can curl the wounded I have heard that He can paraon the sinner Surely in all Ills wanderings up and j down the earth He never sow one I more In need of His fo lreness Wilt thou turn for the morrent away from jI Thy own pangs to pity me1 Lord it is pot to have my hands relieved or my feet taken from the torture t can stand nil this but oh my sins my tins my slash They pierce mn through and through They tell me 1 must die forever They will push me out Into the darkness unless Thou wilt hftlp ji me I confess II nil Hear the cry of the dying thief Lord remembrij me whet Thou earnest Into Thy king dom I ask no great things I seek i for no throne in Heaven no chariot t to take me to the skies but just think of me when this days horrors have passed Think of me a littleof irf the one now hanging at Thy side when the shout of Heavenly welcome takes Thee back into Thy glory Thou wilt not forget me wilt thou Lord remember me when lhou comest into Thy kingdom Only just remember meThis left hand cross was a believing cross There was no guesswork In that I IIlIppllcatlonlThej foot of the middle cross expecting jI mercy Faith is only just opening the hand to toke what Christ offers uI1 The work Is all done the bridge 1111 built strong enough for us all to walkover Tap not at the door of God mercy with the tip of your fingers but as u warrior with gauntleted fists at the castle gate So with nil the aroused energies of our soulll Itt us pound at the gate of Heaven That Rate is locked You go to It with a hunch of keys You try philosophy That will not open It A Urge door generally has a ponderous key I tdke the cross and place the foot of it in the lock and by the two arms of the cross I turn the lock and the door opens This lleft hand cross was a rnrdonedI cross The crosses were three yards apart It did not take long for Christ to hear Christ might have turned away and said How darest thou speak to me I am the Lord of Heaven and earth I have seen your violence When you struck down the man In the darkness I saw you You are getting a just reward Die in dark ness die forever lint Jesus said not so but rather This day thou shalt be with me in Paradise as much as to say J tee you there Ds not worry I will not only bur my cross but kelp you with yours I have shown you the right hand crouI and the left hand cross now cftne to flit middle cross We stood at tnjs one I and found it yielded poison we stood at the other and found It yielded bitter aloes Come now to the middle cross and shake down apples of love Un cover your head You never saw so tender a scene as this You may have seen father or mother or companion or child die but never so affecting a scene as this The railing thief looked from one way and saw the left side of Christs face Hut today in the full blaze of Gospel light you see Christs full face It way a suffering cross If the weapons of torture had gone only through the fatty portions of the body the torture woud not have been so great hut thtYI went through the hands and feet andI temples the most sensitive portions It was not only the spear that went Into His side but tbc sins of alt the racea thousand spears plunge after plunge deeper and deeper until the silence and composure that before characterized Him gave wey to a groan through which rumbled the sorrows of time and the woes of eternity Human hate had done its worst and hell had buried its sharpest javelin and devils had vented their hottest rage whenI with every nerve of llli bod in torture JIand every fiber of Ills heart In exoru tlation He cried out My God my God why host thou forsaken nUI1 It was a vicarious cross The right hand atoM oufferod for itself but the middle cross for you When a king was dtRgI a young man cried Pour my b eetJI Into his veins that he die not The veins of the young man were tapped and the blood transferred so that the j killS lived but the yoilng man dttd Christ saw the race perishing lIe cried Pour my blood late their olutl that they die not My hand IIs free nifbrowwas torn my soul escapes beoWif Dkrisfs was bound I gain Heate liili cause Christ for me endured the hot roes of helL To this middle orow look that yew rgMhandI what an awful thing it to to be nnftf Uerlng I showed you the left band emu that you might se what It In tirepent Now J show you the middle cross that you may eM what Christ baa done to save your soul Ok that 1 may engrave on your fouls inetraeenbly rke three erowsge so that if In yoar waking mowtmt yourdreamskill back of Jeriuwlem the three spie tarles tke right hand ere showing unbelief dying without Christ the left hand showing wluU it U to be pardoned white the eontrni crspours over yoar soulI Ute sunlmrM f Heavoft as It MJlIUtony all ttewound I plead for thy heart I hlll I loved fliecrvvlth an overtaking lore Hirer eamtet quench It Floods ran not drown It And while you look the right hand cross will faile out of sight and then the left will fe pone and nothing will remain but the middle cross and even thit In Ilti1tUwith gladness anti Instead of tlw used MOO at the foot of the eros will ty a worshipful multitude kneeling And you and I will be among them But no we will not wait for snob a dream In this our most arotucd mood w throw down at the foot of the middle cross sin sorrowslife death everything We are slaves Christ gives deliverance to the cap tive We are thirsty Christ Iis tbeI river of salvation to slake our thirst We are hunghy Testis soyau1 am J the bread of life We are condemned i to die Christ says Save that man from going down to the pit I am tits ransom We are tossed on the sea of trouble JOSUH comes over It8ft1 I Ing It is I be not afroM Wej are In darkness Jesus say MI am the bright and morning star Vs are slckt Jesus Is the balm of illj1I end We are dead hoar the shrouds e rend and the grave hillock hau adIII hIii in live We want justification Heine justified by faith we have pence with n God through our Lord Jenus Christ We want to exercise faith Utlitu In the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved I want to get fromjunder j j nowIt who are in Christ Jesus The he carried it The flames of hell erosay lIe suffered them The shame hItndured it The crown He won IIII Heights of Heaven sing It and worlds of light to worlds of light all round I I the heavens cry Glory GlorytLet us go forth and gather tIll trophies for Jesus From Golconda mines we gather the diamonds from fevlnaI 1shoresall lands anti kingdoms we nthrII precious stones and we bring the IhllIIdownAll these arc thine Thou art nyf thy We go forth again for morevorII trophies and into one sheaf we gathc nndthennrlthen1dominion Ii sheaf of scepters nnd put It dobat the feet of Jest and say Thoi WlrorlhthhiastJ trophitand we bid the redeemed of sons antI daughters of the ngcaLord AIj mighty to otHeavenand scepter and here by these bleeding feet and this i thjjwoundedI nndII I thaII A RANK DECEPTION flow thC Ilepnlillonn Cloak Their nvrmrnli to Derelve the Ieotilr Mark Hnnna IB a mark lit U something the people of tills country have not hitherto fully understood The llncinnuti Kiuiulrcr puts It In this ilinpe i The headquarters of the republic nu nationnl campaign Chicago anti New York city nru in nctivc opera Hon They profess fo be carrying in a work of education It would hi more appropriate to call It 11 cam lampulgnIif inisrepreiicntntlon There in u urge element In the republican party of hottest conviction and patriotic en ileavor This element was not and I plattornavent ion They recognize that It jaeliN sincerity and in constructed for the purpose of misleading the Ig norant smith flattering Ithe speculative who lire controlling and who have been controlling ulnae March S 1807 the administration of William Mc klnlrv It In not true that disaster and distress were brought to the country by democratic legislation Oonfldenee wan destroyed by lepitdii ton rnaetod by the republican party When the democratic party canto Into power I iu 1SP2 they took from the 10 piibliran party a depleted treasury a li4M1t inl revenue system n vlelou monetary wiHoy The administration MORE HE HAVE GET lit Mr HnrrUoH closed with the seeds fI of lion th iwfeanlng every artery of j prosperity HHOIHOM walt dud in iHBtry ptinilywHl and the rutlft dhWBtroiwIy Impaired If It wore true that the demo cratln party tail lip other ikn with which to Improve the ruinous condi tions which they hud produced than 0 eolnjitlver nt thy ratio of IS to 1 that ware better than whnt tit re iHiWIooiiB William McKliiley HS n ton irrtwwnan aiding had liwHgHrnted In the etiiictmeut which required tilt purchase of 5000000 ounueit of sllvir Iter month coining the same lute Uindiird silver dollars That net of republican congress approved by republican provident WItS tho ns Iallit on the credit of the country tvhlHi discredited it In the tinanoinl world If the making of thu gold Mandnrd wine wan nn Impetus to prosperity why did the ad mint t ra ion of William McKinley postpone the act therefor for more than two ears 1Kvcn with the gold standard dec laration the republican manager do not believe that It IIH true If they do believe ItIf ni they declare the gold Htandard is II fixed reality why are they Injecting the possibility of its repeal Into this canvass hinc they no faith In the republican senators o they believe that their majority in the senate cannot be relied on Or lire they preparing to don n motley Hiiit will liicct the change of color of their viewH when the hour or change conies republican party and its predecessors ttie whig untl federal parties have beet pauper advocates They nrc bank note Untie men this day us they lane always been and will always be They have been opposed to mcallic currency of either gold or silver or oth Their present cry In a Cicre cloak to deceive They favor ptper money Indued by bunks and other car ixfcite powers and if successful In ilMh canvass they will transfer to banking system the power to niche money To the taking of such a sfjp the Is in the Thut will not prevent them uny more than It did when they chartered a United States bnnk The greenback htnn offense to them Their radical lead era have demanded that the green back be retired They call It a men ace to bualncHii and proclaim that It lacks elasticity Nothing but 11 bonk bill Issued by n private car toratlon has elasticity It will ex pAnel or contracts at tin will of the corporation anti Its redemption IIn not n matter for consideration In the hour of trial the hank will sums pend not merelyI redemption hut recognition When the republicans succeed In perfecting II banking sys tem gold and silver become ar ticks of bricabrac and will ho used to adorn the strong boxes in their vaults Within n few years time repub heat managers and manipulators will don their motley suit In real earnest The people will suffer for money ami the money hangers will commence to miiMiucrnde THE EAST LOOKS WELL lIth tey Yoric and New Jer 0111 cuOhlr Klreloml Vole fur llryiin IJoth New York and New Jersey will glue llrynn their electoral vole this foil very jwiMtlvely minnnmeil Keprosenlntlve Thomas 1 llradle of New York city In Washington the other tiny There hi nothing at all surprising In this Matwnrnt to the student of prnetlenl polities mind hu tuRn nature Let lilt explain Hrynn was defeated by n very Harrow mar gin tour yours age bacnueo he tune looked upon as a rndleal IIIBH n nun with now and untried bless and prin chides Hence the grout commercial FOUR YEARS AND WILL TO ANOTHER PAIL t aatlannl nnd which The constitution way will r centers where the conservative rleII- i mrnt Iin In rnut ml npnoted sad de feated him For liftslneM er wmllb Is aiwa consrrtHtlve tad wry care fill of nn thing like n nudkoll d por turn from old standard and 14ttaa lin other words money is always straW of anything If dot understand It did not undertaa4 Mr HTJTHH ami his Itlimas In IMA RHd It therrfore strained IItself to bent ktm- ThU year however it IIs just the other way It Is IvKinkywho has departed from thin ways of our father and left beyond hope of ret urn th N good old ways upon which this na tion was founded and buhl up and he wmilth of the country as iisiia does not understand thus new thlntf and therefore fears It It IIs McKln y who IIs looked upon ilK n milienl this year nnd the gnat centers o r opH lotion nut commerce will he against him He will be defeated while Nry an who has taken lila old opponentr plnne as the conservator of tilt ancient cnMnblUhcd Institutions of the eoun try will be t riuummiplum tit ly i lei ted How about New ll1raeWhy ID presidential years New Jersey gener ally goes as New YorK does Did yor never notice that Then you watch t this time N rin pin in ilip MAt Hugh Furrolly tells a good story Il lustrating the gauzy character of the claim of republicans that their party Is opposed to trusts A short time ago he says one of two twin broth ers became demented and wan found Iby examination in the prohat court to be in that condition commit ment to the Insane asylum vus made out and as the other twin wl o close ly resembled his Insane brother was able to control him better than anyone else he was deputized by the sheriff anti the commitment turned over tolilm to convey the unfortunate brother to the asylum Shortly after the brothers arrived at the asytuin th sheriff received the followiug telegram from tin superintendent Two broth ers who look just nllke tire lucre Yolk your county with Limit one commli inent One Is constantly talking ot building n railroad to the moon mil tilt other that the republican party in lllllLIn1 WANTED BOY GOT TESEE HrooUIrn itlerCarrler Klmls liii Cup of HlriiliiK Inll and lluunlac Over When George Hamlln a letter car rice of Brooklyn knew that he was tote a proud father his agitation wns somewhat Increased by a great desire that the newcomer should be a boy While he wal hanging anxiously around home the doctor came from upstairs and held out bis hand Congratulate you he ssld Its a boy Then the doctor went back to his patient Hamlln left alone promptly began to map out the future career of W heir lie Will to be a model of virtue Ills education should leave nothing to be desired antI when he had graduated with more honors titan were ever cap tured by any other student he was to be n business man orThi reentrnnoe of the doctor Inter rupted his thoughts More oangrntulatlons Humlln Its another b yM declared the medico Hnmllns Jaw dropped n trifle The new was something in the nature of an embarrassment of riches Again the doctor left him to medl tate over his suddenly I nor wined fatally but before the shier could collect hi thoughts the phyrteian was with bins oHee more Theres another IlaiHllnl he ifQ claret Tlw proud parents knees sbtxik Y811 dnI w enn he began- II da Youve three IHtL I guess y n t Sot your wlh Mrs HnmliH and nil the little Hum Una are doing cxaellently stud the fllIther to a firm IwUever In the tQlq tsltII Ohlrnun Inital Aulhnrlllr Arr Tes- tIir a 5rv CmismrhlatIo- nlIanS A Uw sianspesnetlm inesbinels he lug trW at the CaaIMpre lone to IU ad R4k or rvjrcMM ky the- United StDitt postal o pnrtsM i IIu Isvraior claims that It to capable of rsM HHf tIMM tot ton evoe hoer The machines whtofc ire aw nse IIn lbs stile have a capsItyat from Jew to aOCM letters an Itatir Tttty all aork on the principle either a rob Wr or leather bead vHto Mil iotau to drew U8 let tors sedit the canceling dlr ThU new machine uses the prlootoia ofiaetloa to fH4 In the letters A Isrfr wheel nt rvfnlsr intervals pee fotiinl wltk boles n o r each ooo ot Hhirh there iU an sir pump moires rapidly A bubtfto of letters to laidI on this wheel1 sod cub koo as II eow i aroHOd such a toltor tight U the wheel1 where It If carried under the MiMpvr A boot MMM letters sin canted In the CMMM foM oMte gbk y sad It this nteSIrh aToiWuftSflf be able to take tho plasta large nnu ber of tlte presttit msokliiM1 rmlilrnl Tlns of Mrilpo When On DIM learned of kit 10 etoclloM as protdMt of Mulco be sold I must repeat what I sold some months ago that neither my g nor my enpoWUtle qiMlIfy inc to raotloM ruling tko eoMHtry I sm 70 yeof oN of which 4 hit v hens de voted to the settee ervto of the fatherland As to my espaMlltk I renfrtrm my yrrvlom opinion sad Iran only add that 1 will ant witkkohl from My fatherland l My closing yoon tf sh rsv1rea them of HM any more than I have begrudged to krr the an- ntintul wrvlera of my whole Ht 9I Itnlilier In IveninK Drrx- Tk six robber who reoentljr krokt Iota the mlden of MrsI tUWa Cola IIn Now Orleans tad rookftl her of MCN wore rteulng clothes Nnd sb hu rL ailHICIIT UHIOIIT Cincinnati Sept 9 CATTInCommon 12 M ft 4 U- Itxtrn butchers I U D ST clNIC Ext D t II HOOS Cknlto tMiikitn I 4ft i B I M Mixed imckora I M h ft M 1 ttLI PIOUK Spring pat 3 001I 40 WHISATNo S ml 75 S 71- COiINNn Vi X nilxwl 4S tHrltHAY Ch timothy 03 10 AltUI- OltKMotf I 11 M 7ty3BUlTKltChi U14APlI1SChiPOTATOKS Pur brl 1 I3 9v I 4- 0Id II A CCO Now 850 ft IO 00 Old tesfi t2O CHICAGO FLOUH Win patent S 80 ffil 4 00 78yNo73VCOIINto0100OATSNo11YK 7 81- 1OltK Mess 11 45 tlt 60 LAUD Steum 0 8Lt7 G 871- N15U YOn- ICFIOLIiin patent 3 7i 61 4 00 WHKAT No Ji red tj 81W liyOATS5 11YB I 3S- POUIv Muss 1200 o13 00 LAUD Steam u 7 10 ltAIT1MOnI HATNo 2 red Southern 7t COHN No U mLxtd OATS No 8 mixed 1111Glh c4vIr1iFirst html 4 HOGS Wcsteru 5 INDIANA POM- SWIlUATNo S red I 7T HOAISIuUIStLLI FLOUlt Win patont 00 ff 4 50 Wl1lI HAT No 2 red ffi 70 IAOAlSs JOKIC Moss i 15 50 ILJU Si 7 00 r L 1 V TffI WEST VIRGINIA Speaks to the Voters elr Three States in One I rrs the Alinliflil Dollnr lisle r rpuhllrnn liuprrlill IolliY rill Pnrinrr mill Ilir Tr until Idvan mode two aprioliM In 1ef county WM Ylrjrlnlii on Si ji 3 the first at Morgans Orovc- II other At Key ocr the glut of hull i here given At Morgflna drove il hat der II the rrpatM Mll iMirtT lie to rh farm r limit any tnRnot ruin J rhr prtrt f Wheat he hull toedII YOUi let n rtNt roil have mor men y a than yii ImU in IIWC I want you to II on II hrf tntde IK MM and ee r t I i r the nyi IbllIrt promto d aHy i m iM u annul flftij IB a riuby lfk IT IM a i iuml at more err TM r inMtiii t old thin that It rot mrn r whthrr w tad miler ver llitir jiin PO it Woe 064 They d ml the i ri rtitatlvi theory of inoMvy a i j coniot HM whir any repUWlt an- nt IKW thit Wr hail tin IIMUdlclMt y nt t rim n nrv IInIIromaM tlwt the r itii MM part wri uki brlnir more money Q I i Iii th rlJbllerty btastp cr ii rrrpe Ir the volume of m M y- K 1ulilirm Tafnurii do you IreUeve that iii arr iwtter UtaH they were and ttait- ir i iiv murr moiMy than we Imtt uM de f 11111 that there l Ray eo no ten It w n Ju times amt tttte tnorioyt If nn I imi you to rnfUJllter that In saw a ull yuu that more money mode better lino and we tried to secure more money DI iinrrtty but permanently for tho Atn rtran people The rep Wleno aM M tId not aced oily more and trot wbon e ld wr s dlwovored In Alaska the repub lican wore glad there was pang to be tntt money They rejoiced lovdly that 1 t t would imoKttva that It WU la the re puhu an platform that they would dle- overi abed If they were Intrusled with IHWrr The Increased twoduclton of peW hos been a kelp We wasted mew cM and more Mlve- rThuuantltaIIv theory ot money hale been i utuhed tad the rtNibll an pony 1o 01 v d not dare to brag of aa tecrnaoe Ivhitty of motiey sad at the earn time v that the aiMMtlUllve theory of monev is inturrevt We get money because of a era i rep in this country sad A famine In Kurupe im the republican Ratty make i inrg crop In this rmmtryT bid the rv VMtilunn arty produce the famine IN Hut qer If not how caa It claim credit for the Increased volume of IntlnT WI have had a war mi hand Vf have peen morlKaxInK tit future and spending he money ot the pr eritt Wo huvo been put tins some money Into circulation which was stored In the vaults and It hoe been htlplul DId the republican part bring on the war In order to Increase the volume ef Toney The warts the Ihlllpt lnes has fury Itehtd come demand for money and It hap taken tttu men out of the labor market The Pouth African war ha also some In thtl mutter of rrealln prices b heating a demand for good Dill the re inibllcan party trlnr about that wart The republicans Cannot jKHnl lo one hint that ban been dune by the republics petty to raise the price of the term prod ucla and yet without having any policy to raise the prices ef what the farm er sells the rrpubllaan party doe pro mute the trusts and rater the price of what the farmer buys And It the republic- party l can raise the prier ef what the farmer buya then the farmer suffers rather the l trains by the republican administration The republican patty today has nrrayedi UNIt acalRst every proxiirttlon of Im poriastcc except wn the tariff qurntlwn fo which II stood ten years age- Rlflptnu Made SuhJrri UlsciisslRfT the rhllljijilnc question Mr Ilryan said In part llepubtlcsms tell ua that the IhlMHPlno war Is the ame a the war between the attM A man doer not need lo l ave much InltlMireace to pee the dlfferenre ttelweeej the prlBClrdre Invo4ved In the civil war the north was hoMlnir the peoj4 of the tooth lu the union but the people were tot to be subject they were to be citizen They were not heW In the union to be denied the lirtvtleKe of ritltcnehlp They arc today thurlfiK with the rltlzeaof the north In the rltisenshlp of this uSeR sad they are vilnK with the rlllsena of the north toes which tellctft ran add mot to the crandeur and tftury of thl our rommoti country That Is not the same a It lit In the Ihll Ipplne MandsL We are not brtaRlnK the PIHplnoa In as citizen We are bringing them In as Mbjeels med If you want to know the difference betweon the roMlh sarlHC aa ahe dome In the guaranties of the eenstllu ttan and tho PtNplnes weighted down by a- tokalal system swti an to itractlced In oth er oountrlr jot compare the lOuth to tey nelfgavernliur with the xouth tIethe rarpettioK perlu- dllrjnn 1 lit Kryer A htrge crowd greeted Mr ltr an at KiMu r Kt which lace ho Mid- II want tWa Bovemmwit te n train suck a ovelTiSMIil that the ten of tvtry clttaen tan aspire tu the hlghMl reward In heal Nee or IB pullttcp 4 wept It so that you will Slut ilk who i amri father wen whether ke bo ret er humtle rich or poor I wont nil Itto nvkioir k pt open so that every child here Iota the world will have omlkJa to hope Ire And when I aett that 1 am rot aetfiftk J am not a olHh ran I am Inter Filed In thlo fitiDsttotu not as n caniMdans t a a citizen My fattier was n lawyer n I p tKIot4t law haul I b i wmo M lmy IIr eetMiK the republican party tar grand I nyTlMt J thUd imt have time to defend pr iio rltinrd with Jetty kirctnjr lIt I c tint know what my tIe will lit end I Y twe daunhtere and 1 ddnet knowI MI + + ay aunslnlaw will Iw- tt d not want a Ruvernment that I good t v iir lawyer I do not want a govern rr cr hit I II only for banker I do not v Kuvirnwenl that Is good only for i A ho may be fortnnAte enough to r tOrporeat8t1Ii H utechJe the njuyment of Ilfe sad tI lId In tile punultefhaptlneeend I nltto even citizen a fair share of n ii rH 11d or his own loll If I eon Itelp i nn uci a govepment then 1 wilt I M r rear for ruy children nor my chile ii hiidren 1 CNI14 be willing then to lo h rn take their aJiauttta with hair fol low Arrnltaa Jlepiibllfnn Inrty JIi naazea mo that wtw OlIn IK PO blind crc shortsighted an M for Policies the T imply bring benefit tea few charge tli hp republican party of today I the pu v of the few and that its legislation 1 vi s a benefit to the rumpariitlvely few at ft i xnne of the many 1 believe tlm- tlIrh the republican i alk t ii there lloa ere vicious principle namely Hint Ihedol lar u worth morn than the man The prop r relation between man anti money In that iron U the master lint money the wrveut Tho republican party line reversal It and Iht maklMif inotiey tbu master and man the i crvant Take the vicious sets of legislation that the ropiiolfcMn party has been eully of Do the maMOfi of the pronto petition fur curb rrptblicenpantypeople anything about legislation It Imply Rceka the opinions of those who arc con rplouotm In bUBln ii and In finance It 0011 not fight open battles It seeks secret 1 Adwntoiraa TOday tho republican party nar not a pqlly on any qiieetlon that It dare to out 1 JtiI btfare the The-gljjlto tulk dboUitheru aylinllllY i IhiT typo a victory behind the mask of In I T Cr ternatlonal bimetallism They is I not ad vocate the gold etaiRlarO In 1K0 They ad vtmtUd International ulmetnlllsm and when the election wee ever the prtrldent sent a eornmlmiun uf throe distinguished men to ask Kuropcnn nations lu help us lei KO of the goto ntundard and tho ropulillcan cungrrsa appropriated IOOKX to my the rac pensea of the rommlNton Now if the gold standard was good why Old the re publican party appropriate money to gel rid of u good thing I know aw eureful republicans are with public money and I mono Imagine that a republican conjfroia would bo wllllnir to squander IKiOliOO to rid this country of n bleeein- gItrpuhllrana Kfnr the fame hut when the commission returned emptyhanded then tho republicans dropped the pretense of International bl melalUvm When Kngland niwnked our commUlKon and soot It home then the re IHibllcvn turned over on ha subject Now they qre very anxious for the Hold tand aid Why IIt IsI loo than a year tine they poised a bill through the house and the eenate and the bill reeolved the signature of the president The fourt nth section of that bill provided thai the bill was not Intended to lay an obstacle In the way of the restoration of bimetallism when other nations would help uc tu do It and yet toe day the republican party atom very anx Ioull tel discus the money tietlon The reason why the republican are fo anxloit to discuss the money rraeattajn M that the republican leaders are futntllar with the arguments which they used In 18and they cannot think of any argument to- nfar detente of the truvt the large stand Ing arms and thi tmporlal policy Already the rtpuhllrun kit advocateil tit retirement of the greenback Did any reo imbllcan In Hits audtaiiee ever petition MMgroe to retire the greenback Aid yet the ropubllmn tmrty In reij anlble for H Una MIIII Mil which provides for the retire meat ef the greenbacks which do not Craw Intercut and tlw ubtUutlonof MinknloH issued by teaks based on bowl which do draw InlereoU Mnlru No War on AVenltli Mr Ilryan continued by dtltnln the aUI tied of the dUe pony toward wealth These remark were brought out by the ittwenne 01 the platform of exSen slat Henry U Davia and hu brother Thorn C iMvl The domocrallc party mckee no war UM Q the honest accumula Ion of wealth he said and continued by the deelarsvikM that obJectloM to the poll he tirafHMed by that party were made by predatory we 4th hiding behind henoot wealth The democratic party he went on la no menses to the man who want to vat the breed that be earns Is only menace la to the man who wants to Nit the broad that someone dee earn without paying for the brand tMnee IIM all the evil tsndends then tMtlood In the republican party have been increased and today prop ice what U go lag OH who did not realize that In 191 Many who did not understand the money trust are able to understand the IndustrUI truM Many who did not realize what It menottohereamonopoly jrlvtn to one kind ef money now find out what a Standard 011 monopoly or a barbed wire monopoly or a tutor trust monopoly menu men who did nut ere that they would soon be the vic time ot this concentrating spirit If coittln ued have since Income the victim of II In this connection Mr Uoan made the following reference to traveling men and themyWhy IH there were a great many travtllnr men who were deluded and led to believe that all we needed was a repub lean administration and they went up and down the land and preached for the re publican party- Traveling Men Have Motored Hut since the election no elas toe cute feted more than the traveling men 1 re hoesnthe iravelltiR men went down to Canton and pronpnloldlnUalia speech to them and told them how Im themrthat you could not tell the sentiment ef the people littler than lo Inquire of the levcling men I wonder It It would not be proper for the traveling men who love lost their places rtnce the lot election because of the trusts to organize an excursion te teG down to the president lame and let the band play the rId mash In SauL The traveling men are realizing that the trust IIs reachlnc them ami U any of you In thk audience have not rcaNzetA what the trust means It Ja only a ouell n ef time when you will If Um republican party alaya In power Mr Ilryan exprowed tho opinion that the IIe were Kniilnc tired ot republican poll ties The old way of lighting win he said for the sirftftgtwi ran lo pound the weak cr one until he hollers enough sad when he hollered enough the poundlny slopped Now In this sov rnment whenever the people get tired of being pounded by a bad yitem they holler enoiiRh Now I it the time for the republican to holler enough but It you have net beeropounded enough yet I will promise you that It republican imlltlca coollnuc you will be pounded until you do holler enough Young Mens Chnnre Gain What tit the chance for the young men It he goo upon tit farm ke finds that the farmer is sot baring hla share of the Wets I Inga of the country nor his share of the overHmcntn protection If ho b rainia laboring mane what are tIt sheens b manual labor to acquire a cctnptencyt U he become a buflln au man how duet h know that some trust will tint Mop to hie tore dour and give him a t mice lo ckooee between jnkruptry and jlilnR a cone piracy galrrt his fellowU You will tlr d that a wealth concen trates the snail man will tH ii riven out the Independent citizen will bio m H clerk and the young lawyer who a nt i poi kta pro fcocion with hope and sri Lao will herein merely a clerk In the untie of some lawyer fur tM trusts You wilitind ttci this rlInItmthis system Of pilvnie maneiioly Is run demising the young men to perpetual clerk hit and kIUnx the door of ep orlunlty In bia fare It tel jtrange that father and mothers Interested In their children wel fare do not tee what throe condition are brtllMh1C about Hut If you are not able to understand how eeonomlc conditions are nffectlng uu- letmfaft you an you Ignore the tendency toward lmperlallam that kae been nwnl Ivsttol In this country under this admlnln trutlun 7 Hes the poor man any rvseon tot weutltiK H large crmyT Han the farmer any reooon for deilring a large military e tab lUhmnnt lies the country mrrchnntJ llaa the ordinary man There people do not armyThe In this country for the xtenalon ef our trade by force and violence The poor noon will tarnish cons tor the army but till contrac tors and the exploiters will reap tho proll Ina Iniprrlnllmu IN SplllRh Time colonial policy he concluded IIs not carried on for education or for the sup port of Christianity It was un it riaKen under the mask of benevolence but the Inspiring motive was the almighty dollar and If we enter upon an Imperial policy it will not bo tu Hluuitte the Filipinos It will not bo to Christianize them It Is the Citric tian portion of the Ihlllpplntt islands that Is now In revolt against us and It in the Mo hammedan portion that Is moat friendly to us Our thug Is most secure as It lloatH over this palace of the sultan of Stilu And the republican administration payethe maul tan so much u month to let the Hag float there And If you republicans think that your party Htanda for the doctrines It used to sand fur I wont to remind you tht n treaty has been made by the republican ad ministration with that potentate whereby slavery is recognized under tho American thlltIbimtaa palmtakrecbgiilxei slaves u an ex lathlq institution A 8 rere Cnie I CarTo1Btion has cured a very iticre case of Chronic Tetter on my sons heat for which various physicians had prescribed In vain 1 take treat pleasure in giving thin testimony Palmer lotion used n connection with Lotion Soap cure Tetter Ringworm Eczema Kniipcfan Jlarbera Itch and every yourdruggisti to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl Street New Yorkand secure free pamphlet of testimo niala and sample of Lotion or Lotion Soap What He Wnntrd SheTake care Alfred that isnt the remedy for scedhnes Uant you ate the bottle fis marked iwwon wantNI The heist Irrmorlpllun for Chills and Fever I1l1almttlo of Gitovn TAATntcn CuiLLToxic Ills almilly I rOil 11h11 gnlnlucfu atastalosHfortn Nofuro no pay rrlccjOc A I rend fnl Cnnillllon Jinks Tlit coloners wife had such a tem L that the dray the iwor nun to drink JlinbSeeinar that they live ill Kenlulk- I I dOllt think that is so awful WeD but It was to drink watruDee troll Free Pres- To I Cure u Cold in One Day Take laxative Brouio Quinlno Triolet All druggUU refund mono if Hulls to cureJo girlsbuildroom with no kitchens attached Atchtson Globe I Ills IdeaNephewThis hotel IB nm I on the Himpotn jilnn Unole Joshlows than Do they charge al erioal1l twice as much as dyeIHrJuek nlnfJ1IIiISamuel Ocean Grove N J Fib 17 1000 There hi an unfortunate time in a mans Jfe when he feels too old to become I- ud too young to go to bed carry Atehuon otolie T Thirty flIjnuts IIs of tho tlrao required to dJu 101 PtT1UW oAIJw Iasi bass Sold by all druggists It Iis surpnoirfg what a strong cue a loafer en make out against an industrious man AtihUon Globe Hnlla Catarrh Care r1I taken Internally Price 76c Dont allow yourself to become melan choly Laugh once in awhile whether you are tickled or not Chicago wily Newt tochewf IIfirlNews Ayers Pills are purely vege table They arc effective but gentle Natures remedy for dayisAll druggist S3 cents abox- J C AYER COMPANY Prods Chemkti Lowell Mu Ayes StruparBli Ajtrs Nan Vigils Ayer Pro I Acers Cherry Iettoril J7ff Ague cart Ayaa Cocutoae U t000GLAS SHOE- CtoeAtuI5 p tlra qaL1 Co arehe- of igpMakere ciehoetlalbeworlt tr anjdanytwomaoufa te t Cnol btalce F 1h Hen sunrnord r lY KSiotter mate It berane- rlHheyuLraelheylnN 6t Aadcc too tt m and riun IeEtwnewopaIrs9totha natttwumecref u0eeyytgdo7uuweartboa foil p W S3 S3 S7 eJADEtL dSNS Shoc9rotnpured shoebodIIsyitem pratucebtghgrgradetkouandumehortthen 1 thonld trop Ihern t we stye one data otnnchtowTaike Insist onluYfn tY41walasbawwllA nouomIttow send direct to tactory en cursforleather 1w etst widthiOarborwniImyR rerii iFREEi logueFREE WAS NOT ASKED AGAIN 11 Oae Of Ill Ion Wlicu the 1lely of aI Michigan Politician Wna Not CObplenuuI politicianwj own in lei JL fc C be always insisted stood fr Muhodut KpiKopal church whichorganization could it have eecured him memberMatfQmiltarlycaJJteItiallyat his hearing some years pgo par and commonest ion with him thereafter was one oftheterritorytaln fcss ion tell illi with a couple of friends themtol quatntince One of them quiatysaid to the exceedinglyp14usi before partaking You must invite him to Ask tar blessing silencelell theIAwithIt11i 1 11litfjllnctare decided than unctuous ire grown Mt allfired dear Ltttl that if yOutr let anything to say to tae youll have tO udA friends disclosed to thtthRut i hit enjoyed it amazingly when hunuerf4od what had happened spurItI gilttfol youre right greed the struggling author It certainty duetwt appear to be auePIDgIhiJadelpbia lrftl la1borrI mer a a mete br jl wrrH wlnle the late ter S a mere iugii w ct r luck Infants and f Kid Ctyau sweawY rwaaY trewosa T is I and to buy wo send free or and m Dissolve Labor in hot Snvlnur water age of Hasty UCriIIn a cool until i save the most brilliant flavors lemonarc orange rail berry wild cherry and or ifd ellcious wine or desired get icalfifoot Jcllycon Your grocer HO 11 acre new lnuU npen lueulenenta- uaetrlDO for TIIK tallmatte about tlieM Lands tin ear ties Slnilae tjr lie ni free lliuitrud boot 1k Wiv n tana 110 r ifwith tine sectional np 111 Nae JJAJ1ooJYLnr UURUAN IEKRl t Na itiNrtiAilp td6t116 C i WINCHESTER I Z = s id e SHELLSIw tthe trap All dealers sell them WINCHESTER ARMS CO 1110 Wleaussa Av Nw 1If Come SSkSS e e III eM I colhoeee Factor shotgun shellsI g l NEW RIVAL v A trial will superiority i pm usedr Charley TEETHINAWDt rsionU l1lca IhlUdelphls 1a In hs j I v and successful treatment or chlldrentn Gear gla In overcoming tbo troubles Incident to and tho hot summon Iowacrs the effect of hot weather owl the organs In a healthy condition and has the lives ot thousands of children In tbo doo tora native stato where physicians prescribe and all mothers give It and It In criminal AterI UorvIy25cenljitDrusgbi5orrMll25cJo C MOFFETTM DSL louis MoI S Uw J WII t iGy1sIbYDF f rJ PRESIDENT TYLERS DAUGHTER A Venerable of Lineage a Timely l wu- WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON n C ii- One of the most aristocratic ncen in Washington IB that of Mrs i Semple daughter of President Tyler She has passed her 80tli year yet re talus an exceedingly youthful Personally she is impresses one as stepping out of the European courts It so says The National I under the heading Social Sidelights at the Thu following Is n letter thus interesting lady I Washington D C to The Peruna Medicine Co Cupltntttcerning their great catarrh tonic Peruna Mrs Semple The Peruna Medicine Company Columbus Ohio Contlomon Your Peruna Is a most valuahlo remedy t Many of friends have usod It with tho most nattering 1 results and I can It to all who needa tonic It is Indeeda remarkable medicine Q Sincerely Lotitla Tyrol Sainpc Afreebook l r u For Children InBurse Use fOrSiYearsOtThe YIU Have Always Bought Tae n CITY I jlII Udlnlr charming Mnifnzine 4 18 2 OF TO ITS WH CHICAGO TO OMAHA 1 Jill DailyV f I ford Dubuque Waterloo Ion inletrsmoking sleeping tars reouoiDi cuair urlBend to the uodenUrned lora tree I Iran of and Not a CnRouto tUustrat I new line as seen from the window eonnectiDIUuLADIESII l Wben and other fall rslUvo inatryNYMls j Itueerfaln Mal free Mrs1l A Milwaukee Wit ILLINOIS FiRMH FOR HALE IKTBlCTSof Solo O NEWTON 1LU spring you clean the house you t live in to get rid of the dust and dirt which in the winter Your body the house your soul lives in also filled r up the winter with allmanner of filth which should have been from I day to day but was not Your body needs cleaning inside If your bowels your liver V your kidneys are full of filth and you dont clean them out in the youll be in bad odor with yourself else all summer USE A HOSE to clean your body inside but sweet fragrant mild but and that work while you sleep prepare all the filth in your body for drive it off softly but none the tpccT leaving your blood pure and nourishing your and bowels clean and lively and your liver and kidneys healthy and active Try a JOcent box today and not get your money backbut youll see how the cleaning of your body MADE EASY BY CANDY CATHARTIC 10cALL25c 50ceDRUGGISTS t To any need suffering from bowel troubles too poor will a box AddressISterling Remedy Company Chicago New York mentioning advertisement y llurnhams place peach coffer 6elSt FOR OKLAHOMA 1000000 o KIOWA 8ubtortb ro ejee on atoms l tllrIIldw AddresVllCT O SHOTGUNS REPEATING 3teo eaeol Winchester loaded and I prove their IINtIAtlatpNilsD IJ MoSett orrsdust College teething TUCTIIINA Teethlnir counteracts keeps digestive saved J jI Lady Noble Speaks Word laces antI and from Home my j strengthening library Pictures and rHOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS SEP SEP OCT OCT NOV NOV 16j Double Service ewllneTtaRockI Every collected becomes during removed putrid spring everybody DONT positive forceful CASCARETS collected removaland gently surely stomach satisfied CASCARETS jt- tLEADER REPEATER complexion commond TI1CSC are the days on wnlcn you can buy very cheap excursion tickets to NEBRASKA and other points iii the West including Denver Colorado j Springs Pueblo Leadville and Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Springs So Dak Ask your nearest I IHot agent about them or send to me folder of particularstP S EUSTIS General Passenger Agent C 88 Q R R CHICAGO ILL Co and look for a New Home in Nebraska a prosperous country where a farm can bei1bought for one years rent an eastern farm a I 1UCADEILS Tins PAPER I DKSlltlMtf BUY ANYTHING AUYEfTIelCD IN col13S SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVlSO T THEY ASK Foil IIKFUSINO ALL eJUBaTlTUTES OU IMITATIONS od clllilufli tree this car Uoeuir to Kowun W MTUUN if paper I 1 of Rfti ROOFING1 1nobgUtuteforlFur Muiilllu JlooHnsr Co CAM1IKA N J A7 KS 18201sWHEN WUITIVO Ttl AIIVCUT1NKR Iilrnie stale last you saw Ike AdvertUe t meat lu tbU piper c r 1 e p iT ewwwwr 1 Building Material1 41 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM J rBE 1 h Doors and Windows Shiugles o Lime and Cement JBuildonJI Hardware f Paints Oils etc ti ESTIMATES it CIIKKUFULLY i FUUXIS1IE1 1 FEED STUFFS l thay Oat Corn Bran etc I e 1 etoIiIi j leP W S TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Miss Cora Waller of Morgan field and Her Sweetheart Thos Holt Both Dead QtDr c U larlc Who Caused the iirlM Death Un der Arrest for JurIdel Morgenfield Kjv Sept 10This com munity has been thrown into great excitement by the death of Miss Cora Waller one of the most prominent young ladies in this little city the subsequent J suicide of her lover Thomas Holt a wealthy farmer and the arrest of Dr C I E Clark in connection with ML 4 Wai leru death and the threats to lynch himi I him for his share in the most sensation al tragedy that hag occurred here for earsIMiss Walker and Mr Molt have been sweethearts for some time and as events have been too intimate The I Iproved of the young lady threatened I exposure and Holt and Miss Waller drove over to Sturgis where Dr U E I fork undertook to perform an opera lion Miss Waller died in the oporat ing chair and her lover who remained with her kissed her dead lips and pull ing out a pistol shot himself through the lungs and then kissing the dead girl again blew out his brains falling dead I across her body Mrs Hi Skinner who I was in the room tried in vain to prevent 1 Holt suiciding When the terrible dou bio trtgedy become known a warrant I was sworn out against Clark and he way I taken to Morgantfcld and put in jail All I day excitement has been growing and i lynching is openly talked It is said the I governor has been requested to call out 1 the militia All parties to this affair are j among the very best people in this see I tion The Waller family is especially prominent Two Words Defined Mr Bryan accepts the distinction laid down by the CourierJournal between expansion and imperialism and op poses the latter Ill on editorial on Imperialism a week or two ago the Courier Journal amoug other things said Both the President and Congress have assumed that a part of our present empire to quote tho Chief Justice above mentioned may and should be governed without reference to tho Con e stitution at all The Chief Justice said just tho contrary but the administra tion has overruled the Supreme Court This is tho real imperialism which makes rulers independent of the Con stitution and laws In his speech at Milwaukee Saturday Mr Bryan said F There is a difference between expansion and imperialism We have had expansion we have had no imperialism Heretofore whenever we have expanded the limits of the republic tho i constitution has followed tho flag Im perialism has carried tho flag where the Constitution cannot go- it This distinction between expansion Tind imperialism is important and can not safely be lost sight of i q Contest Between Millionaires SAIUTOOA N Y Sept 11The Tammany statesmen hero say that they aro certain that tho Republicans will nomi nate young Cornelius Vanderbilt for Congress and they have a grand scheme for his undoing which looks to the nom ination of O II P Belmont in the sam district f Tho Tammany men say that there i would be a peculiar interest in a Taco fo Congress between two millionaires and that tho contest between Belmont an- a Vanderbilt would be of more interest than u fight between any other two men r for various reasons Belmont has been expected to run in tho district which Includes tho habitats of tho Engels andI tho Sullivans and the followers of those t distinguished statesmen have been wait- Ing to welcome him with outstretched I a hands About tile Olncjr Letter c 1 The Republicans wanted a scams Well Mr Gluey has furnished them I with a very good article Indianapolis 1I News Ind s Come along Mr Olnov And you too Mr Wilson Tho brad wagon ma r be a little crowded but there is plent- of room in tho carryall along with the CourierJournal And where are you Grover Sonny If you dont hurry a s I e f ytrlLouisvillf1 d A 3IAKINK WONDER During tho lato war with Spain vfI e thought wo had n naval bonanza in th0I Vesuvius whoso dynamito guns coughed up hunks ot ultroglycernio oxplo sivos and spat them out nil over tint South coast of Cuba But they uevo r killedi anybody much Tho worst they over did wets to leer up tho ourth din wells and mines and oaves in the ground quarry rocks fell forests nUll things like that Thou too tho Vesuvius guns were somewhat like vicious mules while their front bite was very bad there was always danger of n lack bit eisin other words a kick a recoil an oxIbrooch So hindplosion at tho they bo handled very gingerly and teudorly nUll delicately Tho Vesuvius was a I theoretical terror but a practical toy But uow it looks as it wo hove some thing better in tho shape of n sOn ulon liter It is tho sub tnariuo torpedo boatI Holland It can swim like a duck or I diyo like a school boy or live under the water like u fish In other words it is I very nearly nn amphibious naval tun chute In company with several ordi j nary torpedo boats tho other nay the J Hollaud made u midnight attack on tho cruiser Now York iu tho Now York harbor A tug also wont out wllhII searchlights to watch tho attack Of course it was uslmin battle Tho search lights kept track of the torpedo boats all tho time but tho Holland utter she dived was never sighted She swam iu close onouRh uuder the tug to blow I it up had she wanted to and thou I turned in the deep water and steered I near enough to the New York to Jab n torpedo into hor When a big navy collies to tight us wo will simply blowm it out of the water tutu the sky till firstII dark night ono ship at u timo with the Holland Sho U n modnru Monitor Llmttt onu tight oithoron the top or at the botltom of tho seaIr 1 I Killsoiit Latest 1iseoterytt Tho announcement that Mr Thos A I Edison has at lust succeeded in a demonstration of his idea that electricity aim IM generated direct from coal is a matter of grout Importance to the manufactur fug mud commercial interests of the country It is staged in the Now York Commercial of Sept 1st that a corn is being formed to place Mr Edi sons invention upon the market The details of the invention are kept secret but it is said that n combination of uiet il the result of YOON of study arts ox lorimeutation enters tutu the ineohnu ism the boating starting in motion an electrical current which can bo com nnucated directly to a storage battery Tho problem which Mr Edison bnsr solved is tho conservation and ntlllza Non iu storage of the grout heat lost lu heating a steam boiler tho steam 1000tIl In moving the engine propeller null the x wer lost by friction by generating the greatest mount of electrical current bytthe minimum amount of coal If invention is successful and ho would icarcely place it upon tho market were i notlt will result iu revolutionizing I existing mothods A peck of coal Will to made to give as much power as it formerly required a ton of coal to gou crate w A Great Problem Solved I I The Michigan State Federation of Colored Women has solved the negro problem So confident is tho aSllOClnI I thou which is composed of ladles of an Lgoaity nUll general understanding inI the neighborhood of tho worth of Its discovery that it announces it with all the calm assurance ot a fakir adverti fug a now patent medicine The plan of the Michigan federation is to expel from the union tho first State which proves Itself partial to mob law and the uncermoniouH stringing up of colored offenders Tim negroes couldI then move out of tills state says the as soclatiou mud tho negro haters couldI then have a State to themsalves Wlte they need never sue u black fuoe I this way tho negro problem is solved tho Michigan ladles conclude Courier Journal yam Had a Right to Whip Her STHATPOIIU Coxjr Sept nJudgo Peck was surprised to day after Joseph Kroevey hud plodded guilty of buatm his wife when alto informed the judge that liar husband had a right to whip her if ho wanted to Tho judgo advised thorn both to ab sorb moro knowledge of American men ners and to study ospecially tho topic of the punishment for wife beating He then sentenced Kroovoy to pay 87 and costs Krucvoy trod hits wife loft tho roomdazod Thor woro unable to w prehend the judges nttitudo Easily Explained Pn WelleWhats the difference between wages anti salary If a man is working for 82 a day kindr or laying brick or doing something clue t uldU understand what I moan Yes sir Hut it ho sits at a desk and uses pen and gets 811 II weekend has soft hands ho receives u salary Now d10 you see tho difference IHentnrg tho TomTom The Kentucky Adjutant General win reported tho expenditure of ixGW for onions ant saM for whUikoy is in a fairI way to meet with severe rebuko for useless expenditures for onions Haiti uTbro News i rTo Drill for u Prize pinkyed 11 tucky State Guards under command Capt O W Lon miro will go to tl St Louis Exposition on October 1 compote in she interstate military In tor tho 91000 prize UUltANS BITTER Cnncrnl Lee Reports tko Fficlln I Worse Than Ever Against tho United Slates t Now York Sept 10Gofc IPUzlnll Lee military couituauderotinie depart meat of the MAt in Cuba who nrrlI1 in Now York from Havana on the Unit rd States tnimirart Ilnwllns dow im give n reassuring description of Cult couditfou Ho wild that tho feeling wa 4 snore bitter thou ho ever saw it befur- aud roganling the constitution convtu tion to bo Hold thorn ho stud The r considerable dissatisfaction over till proposed constitutional convention i Some of tho Cubans object to tho clanst which compels then to subunit tutu r constitution to tho Conuross of the Um ted States They say they should hun the right to mako thnir own govern mont without tho consent of any fur ign nation The fooling that exist among n certain class of Cubists is aten bitter than I over saw it before Tin disaffected class is composed of tortu r Cuban soltllers who look upon AHUT leans as intrudors and who want u have absolute control of their own nf fair Thuro aro moro of these dlssati lied than thoro wuro formerly unit tier are moro bitter The Mosquito The agricultural department has winI out the iuterostlng iuformation thisr there are about 250 spoolus of uiosqui tots known The Jersey mosquito still holds u own nudseoms to hero tltivulopwl ur wi methods of oiitorpriso for according toIIi this goyoruuiont report ho lots u little way of traveling in railway oars 111111iI thus getting to tho interior Ho IN inI dangorof having his reputation for ve ruoity knocked out however by I1m brc thorou In the Klondike1 ReturnI tnxvelurs from that region report that Itho Alaskan mosqnito IMKUS auytlnnirr heretofore imagined UIIperionco I On AraralK Summit j 1hMhould bo forthcoming shortly come extremely inturosting dutalM a tho suoces fun ascent by tho Itussinu M vaut Prof Poggunolil to the summit of the great Ararat Mountain iu Armenia the mnjvsttc i ouk upon which Noairn Ark found a landing place when tin Flood described in Holy Writ begun t Hubslde Tho espocinl element of fascination contained in this loaf U found In the statement that only once since Noah time had the summit of the grout Ara been reached until this successful i IOfJtODllOhlIt I ug discoveries should have now been I added to thorny so copiously diwcrilxHl by Prof Parrot who olunboil to the vory top of Ararat in 1880 It is wife to my that the Pogcoupohl story will be await eel with profound interest lleforc Deciding on Your Summer TnlI Look up rates routes anti tram son vice via the Mobile Ohio H U to Waukesha Wts Niagara Falls X Y Put in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo ant i Colorado Springs Col MaokliiAo Island Mich Chicago III St Paul Mini Minneapolis Minn St Lout Mo and many other roworts north- East and West Low rats snpeq f service This company has iu service a complete line of new vustibnlud itiaoh es and sleepers Their summer shod ulra are unsurpassed close conn tion1 is made ut St Louis Union Station for all promiuent Summer rortortn SpHJlalI Mobile Ohio representative uinuall incoming trains at St Louis and w +s to the tmusfer of passenger to the on utwting liuwt attends to sleeper nstir vatlou etc Summer tiokata ou sale from Juue Ut to September MOth limit ed to return pamigo to OcwIxr JUt woo for ratw ticketssend full infnriHu thou niiplyl to Ticket Aleut reC M SHEPAUD Gnu Paul Aw Mobile Alit Sale of Levee Hands Lucas District No 1 MiwiMippi Co Missouri Sealed bids will he ruoolvitd up IQ 2 oohxik p in Oct ltat moo at the Mlleo ingr tho purchase or any pert af 8100XAUU your with lU yoar ojrtiti ft per cent Hunaal interest louse boii of sold districts datoti January 1m I rtn Certified checic of l00 must arrom pany onoh bud payable to tho w niury forfeited if the successful blddtir foals to take the bonds iu 0 days after bid u ao cented The hoard reserves thn right t reject any or all bids tofIIUFImSjscty Levee Board- Cliarhwtoij Mo Farmers Free Column Uudor this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed o lines each from farmers who arc Hulwrib urs who have hares mule cow pro ducts sued 0 for stile lice of charge A good ohoap wlioot drill for MIll LKK IWu Good cow with youngcalf fur wiI aAH LtKT forSuloApply to o L IkwK Poland Clmia Hogs oldfori F p Half 1 horse 2 years old past OIK mule 1 utufApplyI SimpIn cnntruudylCtvollJtoyuuiII R Ivy q = Illinois Central Re Re OF INTEREST TO STOCKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend tin Vu J1jj nuns Meeting nt IItlI I Tlio Hoard of Director of Uio initial I Cuiilnil ItHllroad Company at a merlin J hold July 18 UKX adopted the ftillowlnx Iimimulu mid runoltitioi Upon thin rcoommuiidiitioii of the prua ideal the resolution adopted July 21I 18U7 authorizing tho roc trnitaportu- i lion of stockholders over tho company ling to Chicago wed roturn ut tlio tune of the annual iiiiHtlnjj of tho Ntoukhold itn was reconsidered and aintiidod no M to road its H- ltllsoilKll That until tho further or tier of this Hoard there shall bo issues Ui Inch holder of 0110 or afore Mharoe of the capital stunk of tho llliuoU Cuntral Ilullroad CouiKiny as registered on tho Inxjks of the Company unabliiiK htm ur her to travel free over tho Comumy lined from tho fltntion on tho lllinow Centnil Railroad noarott to Ida or tier rttffetuntd tiddru to Ohiouiro lint re turn for the purjKwo of attending in jwr runt the meeting of took holders Such I tkket to bo god for tho journey to Old ougo only during tho four day Immo dititoly pruuuedlnK and the day of tho minting and the return journoy from riitcngo only on tin day of tho meeting Hiitl the four days immodlHtoly following wtirn properly eounten ipiml mid Htamp d during InminuM hours that in to tIDy liotwoun 000 u in mud 5tU p InIn thII i ttVf of tho AiwtaUni Secretary Mr W i HHJKN In Chicago Such ticket eels jI lM ublairiud by any registered holder of +look on applraUon in writing to this Irunldont of the Company in Cliknixo- i wh apirfUxitiuii total utato this full Homo ami ftiliirwis of the took hold er toguthvr with numlxir and date of 4uch uortf Route No moro than UIHl Irroc will lhe wrried free In ruHpvrt to day one holding ot Block UK ruKiatorml on this book of the Cumiesnya under of tho Hoard of Directors 1By A U UAOKHTAPP Scorutary U The next annual meeting of the stock holdewof tho Illinois Central Uallnmd OomiMHy will Ila hold at the ollleo of Wudxuafday Sept purjiow of this iiioftinK the Stock Trans for hooks will Iw clutxl Irvin the chose of bUMinaw on Sept 11 to the inwitlogef tltteulwr 1 UOBIU ANn OHIO RAILROAD+ l TilE POPULAR LINE FOR 81LaultChieetoStlaul0analis Kan eat City Detroit Toledo sail all petal Norib Rat and Wtit Cairo Xw Or Ilene Mobile lilrmlncham Na h title Chettanoog Ntonlitooicrj Tbaiun yule AtUoU August Oliarl tn 8n t ahnhl JaeVteot lilt Tetnpe Ir Tam pa MUml and all point In III Salh cooliNetant Vedlbuled pint Clint Coaehe wills mokln room mad couiil le toilet room and lavatories for lalIaDd gn tlerocD Porter lIn atieniUnte ebart l with the confort off ilie jpanenitnr Alt Vtitlbuled lftle fllteplug Care with Drawing Itoorn and Iliiflet lit I WOOD Si Moatonosy Themetvtlh cull Jaekiaulll PIE 11 IJUIR Trlwfllllljt Iuuu Arlnt JaekioD T ou DR S K DAVIDSONI Jen1istOIOKMAN KKNTUOKY Olflcc over Gowcill d Uuwgllle Drtii tHorp r ttrI 1 i Mtlcclfuor to Wm Dlmtellirink DSALne Il Fancy jlroccrics and- o Provisions HHiKMAN KENTUCKY tied I REI DiLIVIItY we Tolopliono Storo No 94 Ron idonoo No fin U A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker niOKMAN KKNTUOKY 1IVEMB A flU A I when you wunt 1 niankHinllblng ilon or repair In 1 neon he lIoroabolnJ n ipeafnlly I also kepa full line o- fUndortakorn Goods Common Ro fII and HollJ liaoke itYAlDnt Confine and txee which fiitnl up in short notice mudl It reason filthy price Oire ma ti call B3JU ShopI near theI Jail p THE STEVE STAR livery anil Fieel Wlable Clintou Street west of Hiokinnn Wag alt 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