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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 i + ri4 1 y zs i3 III j t l r 11 I ii THE HiCKM f h- I c tJRIERj hr= L OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN ASTERN KENTUCKYl= = l ESTABLISHED 1859zHICKMAN FULTON COUNTY SEPT 21 1900 VOL XXXV NO 43 ati I Circuit Court jpuit Court IIIIH boon uiifniKod thin WIfk is trying tho Laoledo Hotul wwo whirb wIll probably consumo tim bale of the term Tlio plaintiffs riro tbfJIIlfh with their twtlmony niul the ilrfrndunt ptohnhly uomplnted yoMtcrday J aidi tho argument will ho on today I jlwini Tyler and Hitter roprosont tho plaintiffi and Robertson nijj Thomas tiio defendant Tlio Noonon will oui waudroldcd ad Campbellbon rompnunifled 100000 on the Strike More thiui 100000 minors luiva quit work ui the untlirnolto coal regions of PoiiiiRylvaula and tilt lac furs claim that tlifii II uUloor will bo largely lucrcuH ixl1 uulcMH tunas nro agroiM to or u cum promise offeotwll1 The oporutlvos on flue leading railroads of that HOolioii have adopted resolution also to rttrlko rather than line any nonunion coal So fat thoro has boon no disorder and louden urea strict rot for law Tlio btrikinit miners have WCOUOO in thltlr Inxutury and this will bo auituiout ed bYNllltMOlOlltJI card contributions from labor unions of other trade Tho strike if ponlxtcd in or remain un tuttItAwill Provo n Ilour of nnllloim of dollars In wagon anti also millions in productive uroatx PUR DKMOIWACV There u ample warrant for tho bollof now Hitvrtatntxl br the Duniooratlv Na tional Gommltteo to thu effect Ural con ditions In Now York New Juway Con noctteut Dolawaro Maryland mid Wwit Virginia hold out tho brightest pnmiixo of victory In thoHO Status for the Dem ooratic National ticket It te plainly evident that there has of Into Wen a marked NtrouKthenlnK of Uomooratio sentiment in tho lust and that huts trend toward Damoomoy U In artKMluK dap by day It to duo to tho prevailing eaw lotion that tho UMU of inipurialum must bo Mottled deco for oil In November of 1100 by the prompt ro inoval from power of the party which liar umtndural to thu tumptutlou ol tlnunIllrGmnauca malt too prucedeuoo over everything obio St Louta Itb hnhlie Tilt UOEIJS AITEAL The apixml made by tho Hour dubs Katoa at Tho lingua to nil nation for Intervention in South Afrlaa has a good dual of pathos in it but it will ho AM unavailing no doubt an nro provioiu efforts of the tort It would stales that the tune for In turvaution tr now 1juwt If tho war in not uutlraly over the principal mom hers of tho Transvaal Govurninunt urn aid to have loft tho country The HritUh Government luau nlroady acted by making tho two Into republics hart of tho HritUh omplro Arbitration U Intended to provont tho horror of war Wlmtovor auv onuinay think of tho probability of hostilities continuing Oruat Britain him already IlUClrlrfbecl 0X trOll In the wur IUltII now that silo coutddorx tho war over I 1 would not of courao listen to any plan I I of urldtrnt ou or any Interference with rotoronoo to tho unite of JXMCO In thU latter an in tho former she but rolIlows tho oxumplo of tho United Status with rofiTtmao to the Spanish Wnr Vnll tor Hale 8ft uanifl CO cleared G auks from 1 IlluKmnn Apply to L T HKVTJI I LCTOO tonuncnccil Several Lovco contractor barn puW J cd over the ropoocd luveo lino lint have med their bids Thato IJlds will hoi op I onod next Monday anti nil hasto will ho I ullud to have tho work coinmonoo soon 1 HR iIKHHO Work will eommoneu lit tliln and of tho lovoo Lako Co Proas I I Wn old married man on bolngimked I whether ho wins sorioiwly injured when I iWIUIi old woman thnt mero tit IUII hud no of i feet on himITroy Nowsljannor Tho loveo ques t Lien in the universal taut in Lake comity Lovco Udk is on every lip Tho poor plo believe in tho loveo and in the coun t ty Goo W Wynu who has HO rl1lthJJ fully Horvcd tho county for so tinny yours as chairman of tho county court hoe been honored with reelection and ho will this week sign tho 8100000 I bond tho sale of which on the Now York market will start tho construction of tho town Iron J H MoDowiill who is n cnn dldato for Floater to represent Obion 1yor and Lake counties in the Tonnes sec Legislature says Tho draining or I Heolfoot Lake is n question now In tho courts mid will bo soltlcd by the 8u 1 Legislatureif I private but publio property 1 Bhnll favor II- II law to keep ott nil rot hunters from y other States and prevent the shutting t of ducks andgeorio after sun down or before HUH for tho reason that If dls I turbed after they go to roost they go oil and do not return I J I tI t c t 44b t Ly 41 iii NEWEST ING I i ffdIL 1 1 l 1N w RJ3T HATS t H t Dti yl4 New Calicoes Percales 7upJ I 1AI I4kF Wait fotfour rImmense Full Stock of fPaltiollabl 4 SeaonaLlC a GOODS CLOTHINGr SHOES t = UnbJi habie IkI yiHineryvr1 I J4J now iirrivJng on every boat and trimfft SSS + J 1J L P WvS Ellison A Hickman Ky HUDDLE VS Tilt IKOLLK St IxiulH HopublicJ According to Murk Hannos own standards of politicalj morality and party duty hero U ovary justification for the renewed effort which ho wow making to oompol from the trusts totnl cnmpaign Hulxwriptlon of at leant 830000000 to bo used in insuring the election of McKln loy to tho prortldonoy of the United States Hanna llnds to Ids dimnny that Amor ioiin public fiontlmont if allowed honest oxproflslon at tho polls would defeat Mr McKinley this year His first thought following such discovery to devise ways and meaim to prevent this oxpros slon Tho iustrumont to which ho turns for the ucompllHhmont of ills purpoflo Id moiiov The source from which ho do minds tho slush fund for the overcom tug of tho popular will tho trusts Tho Ropubllcan boys in logical in his notion Ho knows that through Republican tar voriteiHin at the Kiicrittco of tho coploA IntorcsU tho trusts have boon enabled to amass the hundreds of 111 Ion of dol turn which have enriched their two hun dyed organizers and chief officers Ho knows that tho 70000000 or more Amor limn jwoplo huvo boon placed under iniquitous tribute to tbo trusts for this purKMo Ho knows that the Republl party in untitled ton rukooff from tho monopoly jirofltH of tho trusts He is domanuing this rakeoff party right Thtfro Is no doubt that tho American trusts will contribute tho vast sum seed against them by tho tat huckster who has degraded American polities to the bartorandsalo lovcl Thoy will regard their contribution to tho Republican slush fund an investment to bo repaid with Interest whon their dollars shall havo bought MoKinloya election this IK again ixxalblo Twentieth Century Crusade At tho last Methodist general confer ence project to bring into tho church 3000000 new members during 1001 was inaugurated Ilaun for its accomplish mout are now perfected and will mouse bo given to tho church through its ganization The practical feature is to pledge 200000 active workers each to bring in ten now members during tho ear Whether fully successful or not this attempt will bo of profound inter est to all Christians and cannot but havoirntiinulatiug offset upon the great denomination undertaking such an im Penal work I t I d- I t I r j1j r I c Qj 1ftJr t io i t ViI Ij rIJ 10 A DRY J r f and t J p t j K i i l i t s In a u in Ls 11 II as a as as if A n or t- ik i J- jQJi t legd ThJisJ W r TO if 0Jl r f UNLESS YOUrWISH TO MOW THE LATEST I f QaW8 aetoadda Millinery Deparimeut rff THEIR STORE THIS FALL Presided over by Trimmers fully competent In every sense of the word I r 1 AVe will sparo no pains or exponso to f fullyUptoDatethis section Ffro M B Shaws Sons 0 WHAT COURIERJOURNAL J 4 SAYS 1 About the State Campaign f1 Democrats tell you said Mr Yer S kes at Marion that tithe General Aa F BemMy repeals the Goebel election law the Republicans will be without a plathform Gentlemen if the Goebel law Is repealed wo have platform in the ontA rages which wew committed under it last November 4With a little modlficatioa ttjfa will be accepted as a Btatemeat of the jAatform on which Mr Yerkea stud 7 The Republican have a platform ia the outrages which were co mittedtt not only last November but throaghoBt the winter and got alone wader Ule n l t lawTheHIXJ with which they eurroaRded tile potla rThey have a platform ia the aeeaajl coateetiagtheleader r They have aplatform In that leaders action in aarroHndiag Ills office with troops and preventing the arreat M tile d awaaeine is aUemptisgtoLegielatareBtatehooBe at the poiat of the bayonet strongholdThey havo a platform in his defying the courts of tho land and teampliagoa corpusThoyia his pardoa a Ing men indicted for the a ea luatioa of his oppoaeo tand attemptlag to smB rgle them beyend tee reack 6t the oM cera of the law s TDey have a platform ia Ida Sight j t from the State to avoid answering tke t courts for that awasriHatloa They have a platform lathe yatei + p atio Republican effort to preveat tM onvicuou of anybody tor the issriaejj of prive evtoion Mr Wm Goebeltt golden RRlo Jones Golden Rale Joaea Mayor ef Toledo Ohio has declared for Bryan He htw heretotoro been a RejwUieaa Last + year1Mmade the race for geverBec asl 1 tom t 1 rra Iislepieripat RepMe lletnsn itstst t sere kti0l g st- p the working people of Toledo and haa 3 times been elected Mayor of that city over tho nomineo of both parties It one third of those votedtatfor him for Governor l year now follow him to Bryan it will easily giy tJ i itI Qhio to the Democratsf How Theyll Vote Ninety per cent of tho Democrats in the United States if not more willt voto for Bryan and Stephenson and the same per centage of Republicans I will vote for McKinley and Roosevelt r The other ton per cent ia made tip offtindependents who following their ideas of right and wrong voto regardless offI strict pay lines And then there fa- In each State a largo per cent chiefly I about tho large cities who are of the purchasable corrupt element No doubt but that hi somo States tho honest high minded independents control the I result bnt most generally this element divides between the strict parties there- byi offsetting any great influence The latter element the corrupt element go where they can get tho beet prices and I lamentable is it that they frequently v carry the day and thus control the des tiny of a great country Outlook IB China There ia every indication that any- thingI like a definite settlement of the j- I Chluoeo question cannot bo expected forI many months and that it ma I deferred by war between the 1Znsopeanii Powers most nearly concernedI The Chinese Empire itself is now vir i- II tually without a Government The concerto Europe for a common adjust f I meat of affairs in China la dissolved i I liussia eager for her own advantage is adopting liD aggressive policy whldh I is opposed by England intensely jeal Farattperor her Minister In Pekw 1s desirous of war Japans dominant ambition Is to u achieve a coup that shall more than re pay her for the war indemnity territo ry in China out of which she ran trick ed by Russia It must be confessed that this ia not a promising outlook either for peace or for an early disposition of the Chinese question Moral SuslenIDont you believe moral auaalon asked the neighbor The indignant father stopped with the witch poised in tho air Of course I do ho answered I tried It once and Im going 16 try it again lust as soon as I lick this boy hard enough so that hull know enough to be ruled by it the nod time I try It Yes sIr moral suasion is n grout thing and Im goIng to teach this boy how good it is if I have r- I to whale tho life out of him to do it r I Ho doesnt appreciate Ita advantages yot Chicago Post i o d- r r The Hickman Courier GEORGe WARREN Publisher 1tlCK fAN KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS A 50000 oil mill is under construe lion at Thomaston Gu Strange to say Turkey and Greece are without telephones It la said that irregular eyebrows ore an indication of insanity Illinois apples were awarded the first prize at the Paris exposition A chateau tear Prague hUH beenI lighted by 1200 jets of acetylene garthe Carnegie company will extablish right ocean liners for the ex torting trade oTwogrownup persons allowance for 24 hours Only citizens of Canada will be em ployed on government work on con trnotsITho number of languages anti dla leas spoken in the world amounts to A08ieThore are 1000 vessels which a the Atlantic ocuaii regularly ovary month Two steers ran amuak at Rogar Ford1a and terrorized pope Sunday In South Australia a mine of natural India rubber bar been lately discovered John IJrlsbeu Walker aieen PIWTs Peak to tIle timber tine fin Ion automobile The Indiana fire insurunrc aganti have formed a protective union foi unutual benefit In proportion to Its size Great B ItAnc1I win has elgit times at ninny railwayiI I jas the United StatolII t The building trndus of Omaha ore enjoying n pro porous your nil woefbeing fully W I10J edhoI A German doctor finds that on11 in one ease out of fifteen arc b eycs in good condition i United States government will 1oflonlre lepers on a group of sin alt llslands in the Philippines Andrew Schlake lost in a swamp tear Patio 111 was tormented by mos qultos until he went hind 1 There are no thing descendants ol IShakespeare Cowper Dryden SwIft Chaucer Pope Shelley or Byron ed import1Loufstanakelfitnication Ifj I plantations paying 20 per monthI i A London bankrupt has been idered to pay a debt to a grocer at the irate of 123 per week It will to him 37 years to do It I In Manitoba and northwest let i itorierduring the sear l8W there r 4J 1f1lied fromEiiroTtna countries 064 Icttlers and Crow tie United Statet Ivsso There are about 123 corset fao tories in Germany must of wiiicb r are located in the Rhine province llesseNassau Berlin Hamburg Saxony and WuiWmburghCaterpillars are said to be tlO + thJayof i iln Colorado that they are hsstruetl ccbodylimftic on the railroads near FJuren They swarm upon the rails in great numbers and when crushed make1 the tracks slipr0Whenrtionary is completed it till contaille about 500000 words of which one iliaif have come Into use during tbl I led century and of these the larger pare rlthistechnical or scientific teenslieJic London Telegraph notes that his there hap been of late a notable eo101lt crease in the bands of Negro min strels who go about the streets I London singing for coppers public cares qt present only for wax ffiongH During the sWy years that Jut gt Reagan of Texas hex been in public fllfe he has kept tip his farm He nowI y has a tine ranch of 800 acres near PalI estine Anderson county to wliicli he its will retire when he surrenders liii t office of railroad commissioner tI r Those nations who are llguring a fight with the czar of Itussla ol of course understand that he hair oelUwhelmlngly great armies and tunlee i i Two hundred and forty ships are now t Jn service The Russian army fignreacll r in grand totals 12100 oilicera andImass 2798000 menIIn 1891 there watt In hePetersburgJ lewrt with ninny prominent per on the position of Hebrews in UnIItt- P ala rue authorlticM Interfered u IIf destroyislOne gaIinspan and the original presented to the Urltlsh museum The Italian duke of Abruzi hat ome nearer getting an1 to the North Polo than any explorer l Who has ever undertaken the tu- r rkaorlftng1 ty AVLle he hint the gratlllcatioet of trav elrtie lie has not BO far as reported added to lie world stock of useful infor mation Howerzr the full accou 9t of leis arduous voyage has tttt yet will l een rendered I In Zululand the atmosphere lie soNrttI cleor tliat objects nn be easily re I Ii refb starlight at a distance of aro I 1 JstllesjJ Capt Ef+ White of Columbia A Gnn old confederate soldier w J erect monument to the dead T 1 r dians why helped the eon ederat i ir 1 cause A mat in Kcokuk la committ ellustinvduicldet the other day by bnngi himself to n rafter Jn a barn The event was ohroniclcd in the Qulncjv Hfiad JIt1 CREMATING THE DEADD Search for Unfortunate Victims Galveston Still Progressing Tie Clennlnir Up niul DUInfeellUK uf Street Stun null llulld lug Oar Ilrnvely OnOr der Out of ClinuM Galveston Tex Sept HIorethan 3000 dead bodies hues been Identified and the estimate of Mayor Junes tIt 6000 souls perished in great hurricane shoes not Pear to be mngnlflcd The city is be llltr ll by the troops and n cltl zons committee and a semblance of rder is appearing Austin Tex Sept H Advlces to Gov Snyers Thursday indicate that several trains loaded with suppliesI for the destitute are en route to Gal reston The arrival of these supplies will relieve the situation at Galveston very materially us the governor Is In formed that quite a lot of clothing Is IIncluded in the list rocsAustin Tex Sept 15 During Prl1 day Gov Sayerii received quite a large number of siiUBiTiptions stud It is as timatcd that the total Btibacrlptlovi sJlets to lair here and at Oalveston lacelsstatus that as soon as possible ho w prejmrc u lIt of sulurorlptlons 1II states and give it out sydellm tlie world was Ah AIN evkltsneefl F day morning when local hanker were notified by cable that the Livar l ool cotton exchange hail Biibfleiibed c 1000 for the relief of the sufferers that more will follow The pe pJt are profoundly grateful for tiI gencroiiB nwponse of the world I their appeal for relief sod from wish to be worthy of the old extendI to them they are spooking mo rrthepefully of reconstruction otthbulkllngtt go bravely on and the winllop condition the downtown portion of the city has been neatly improved Since all the railways terminating here have united upon one bridge and are pushing the work night and tray with a large force reconstruct ing it while the tracks ore being ro in bylargethat Galvoston will lure eoinmu directly by 1Ycdngs+Jay next this is done it will relieve the ex 20 anII supplies arc now brought in by boat Uskegotphysicianrinu- ar side hre receiving every care gull akteution and ttro doing fis well could be expected under the uirou stances which are lbeing improvedI dally t GalvestM Tex Sept laThe ninth day after the storm and still the grewsome work goes on of recover the dead from the gigantic mat s debris that lines the eouth side ofr that rrrouhtx of the city Sunday 10 7 were recovered and cremated Among them was a mother with a suckling bale tightly clasped to her In this imperative n cl51JtIthe dlnpatdh of the lead there arts scene witnessed that move the stout hearts lnietStator immigrant inspector district was among the unmire- male I a gallant struggle to save wife and three children All were The bodies of the wife and chnJrJ Bran have not hew recovered and aregl ClSCheie Oll duy lins not hero reported but It 11- iexuee 11both +1 150 The tank of recovering the bodies age that are beneath or Jammed Into thisot JmnioiiRe rick of dehrim extending from the eastern to the western Jim of the city n distance of orurcd three miles is a herculean one and erneartnt v view is by fire This however f nAlze crippled condition of the fire de partmcnt and water works would e danger the remaining portion of Ur As it now stands this immense of debris strewn with dead I the carcasses of decaying unt terStJJII I alth of the city and Is the mo I henltsona1 with IndVIlHinfectlng them is icing Igolci frrbage being removedI 2flO ve liitileK of every description carrying cjbnnienoftenlai passageon ofn nte murlne hospital corps which is hi conjunction with th boat of health hut establlHhed n hospital on the beacli at the foot Tntsont street where the seek an thlcity la taken for treatment whetheV they wish to go or tint j lundDL NrNew York f jlve l to flute for line relief of the from xutJVrenj at Onlvestou ore Mer who timeill1 lynI thttitKfil Nuldler lhoot u Ioiuruile IBpatrtfnwJnIWIhonieVfmiNt rouble fonday afternobn ich rextilled In MUM shooting 8h weeks gletoo IJixe tinIanfnJrdvath FIRE IN A NURSERY i Seven Killed One Knlnll luJe tJnUll l Jlortly our Serlonnlr Children Injured f I iaCincinnati Sept 13lrnrly 11t vening flro broke out tn the 84i1 tlon leafy building corner of Front street null llroiuhvny It is u J Jestory brick structure On the thTrarb iloor was a nursery and kinder tin ten How the Humes started is u inJ tory Sann pcrsotnf on that Snot weft burned to death or suffocatetl by the smoke Of tli doll three were founu lifeless in the building old four otl crs hare since dint nt the hosplta Among the initiates who escaped tap va i Copt I odge of the Sahntlon nunj He was nearly suffocated by sitfok while carrying n child into safety Early in the evening it was ufr rently reported that n doen wcr killed mud as many injured but ItiicJI till wore accounted for except flvI killed three fatally Injured and fou sorloimly injured IIH follows The dwul nro JumeS Hnrklni painter aged 41 Q years Herbert liar kips agedI 4 years eon of JawHarklns lidllanl Mullen aged year MyrtleI Farrell aged k 1mOllths Maggie WUHn aged i month Capt llertlm Anderaon hn i elute died Poet Capt ISlhmlwth Urlekson 1 New York a native of Sweden Injuredn ngeI rrrlouelJJ IJIIL exHcte l to recover IhMio Atktn j acd i years Frank Hill aged uttaontis Albert Hill aged 3 yea I yearsrl1 AH of tho lend iMMllea overt Inirtit to a slits null the charred remain j of James Harkiim wA+ clasping wIwas left of his little sun Htrltltft- o All of the 1atims null thone Injttrt luHloenmo to rrreau of tdIcursory on the upi er floors iItime of the fire tall right ofHti ItIII f Nruro UeteellTt Shut null Killed inIcl Twol or Sheriff 1oBne Wounded II Wblli Inrxulnir u KoKlllvc I i B Weatville Fh Sept l8In an e citing chase for a Negro dewporndil jIi Western Florida u Negro dotUttI Eve was shot and killed and two e the sheriffs peso wounded chase wax begun by fdiorllTti four counties two bloodhounds aail citiions Wednestluj morning aniij continued until Sunday night Tin r4 wax a rewanl of oWO for the Negro and a Negro detective trap Moat i had been employed by tin aaeiFltiii j jwrssc a I eon hearing that the inurderec 5v Jiafl f a4mfI tJIpart u Id I with the Negro loft the housto join I his wantedb jmrty He was taken or the man j 1 4jdeadnull luring the ren tiding two davs two of the sheriff r jMirtj1 went j wounded in denprrutt tights with him COLLISION NEAR REDKEY Killed nnd the Knclncrr tally Hurt Two Trninpn her Ilnnrd In lir AVrrcbiiRe mckl lw Luke Ktie S Western ran Into an oren switch on a curve thin side of crushing into a freight en Fireman McClellnn of the p aer HngilleerIontague legs broken Two unknown trumps are pinioned In tho wreck One of them was lolled and the badly hurt They can not be rwreurd until all engi nnhe froIm5 hmcl The baggage cor was wreck and ninny passengers slightly iJn jured IIWERErNrunxw lul Cheer IlTr 11uuldnboateJISaRnllaht groes lost their lives hero Monday Lh night because they would not walt I 1hxtelrfrithnames are not known Ihe wrrc IIIlIhqrcMIacross the river from the city hvy were in n hurry to reach ii j null embarked In a Miuill flat bout AH they were in inldHtream n Hteamer aHKed u swell the bunt and the ten iiilithrown Into the water xis i fegCnnrda Itruurrh pullet IIItlmsever wltidrnund arfsfnnecessary mutter vn subject of a conference at ilia ntternollnbIlIlIttillThe ItIKIrUNr Are Nu nod Seattle Wash theist lSA1rljuJDMWMOII Nnys Kellablc miners Ing have returned to Duvnon from Ta nana district utter thorougli of prospecting and panning on all diflVmit developed creeks flY teldiggings ute no good WantI Kruirer to Ihlrrnoudnn Sept 18A Vienna ills to the Dally Mall says the mini jn of lalreslUrfftf lecture the laAI j CHINESE SITUATION frothing Further Will Be Done Un nYt1 a Government is Established Nrw IJur 1 rum Shnuahnl to fliel oii Iliin llrrn CunipletedV JnJUI Tina Jlntlrm ire Crenlly Kiiellllnlrd Ilklug Supt 11 vin 1nII Sept H1hu allied generals were In con frreiute four hours today the prln riwl topic being how host totuttaur i e the Chinese to return to work iIt wnN agreed that looting should verse and that foraging parties should htreaftrr be accomjMidcd by nil ell1 rer who should give receipts for all uplleH taken The question of wintering at Tien Thin was brought up with u view of jMertnlnlng If poiMtblo the attitude of the Su Hlans lien Unevlteh ndJ DlittmI that most of his troops would inter then The 8th rnltixl States envulry will liive tomorrow for thee western hlllrt where in loentvd tho summor huu of the United State legal lots Two thoiiMtnd Germans rgdrl Gr lloepftter Lava left for S1niiK Itaan UangHkuigV a willed city gee u sloe by lloxera who recently attack rd a imrty of GorniBii sohllers Thu lruPIWatJilngiuH Sept Jov TJie iutaAn Salion LaarluNajran the Cwliwee altHUtkin wont to iioiiHnn flee pmllrtlon made laat Veek by the nlllrlaU that then uimlil l I dewlojHIntraaaf M ware i4MMird and therv were aome ran tultatioiw noiaMy btwrm Arlia ierrelary Adee aBdth ITUimw a 1 Jlaimneite mlHiatrr call ttte Prmrli raarye dalfain but tha were wltk vUiblH rtwilta TheJ Jrraat tiw IfirviMioa la that nothing1 Putt H doo baI1NI t oratiiHi uf the KpvmtMtrpt al Pe king ilMNwrhllo tW MillMr prvia ratioa for a winter atop ia l hiaa fou n 1lhoat reaaatloa thttajffc for irtdata are rarefal to jnihit out tathnP err calI prrrwtllloltory tree area tied are oat to be rarer aa indiealion of a ftaal drtrrmltMthMi ion the fiart of the gawramrt hawati 11In coHiniHtiiruthtHM and aotke having J brew gtvu Monday to the stair ile lrumIShaugJI1hat place teeth Taku mltle has jaltinen completed it IIK hniHd tltat it tntNUwgillCouTU Von AVmlr r wise willcn m mead the allied nrnile IH ex poo tedi to nrrhut Shanghai next 11rihi day or TliHrntlay There kayo treen IJltrltfHlMbutI + sr the result ot hlKtrucI BonnI which he will fltdon arrival Although a military vommander ItIIB the iindenktanding among ofllclaVs that he probably will exert trotlaltle I bJe infliienee on the llplnntaUc jtltim- Uoii OH he IU a diplomat elfwell an ntsoldier He was with the Herman em haM tttlarta before anti after UleII Franfoderman war end hm hail liIeII exMirence In the dlplomatle thhlITile Japanese mtnlnter Mr 1akoII utJngSecrltnrJ 1 the status of Chlneie affalm lupollII course lax been clearly defined In her answer to the itiimfnn prowwnt InII this answer Japan announce her IlIIrepose of withdrawing from Peking aUII superfluous forces and continuing j there only snub force us Iis contddered necessary Jurt what number wI constitute this superfluous furor thus not appear nltlioiigh It IB expected to bl ihr1RIk of the lapaurxv d e al Peking Thee efforts made by China to start J scare negotiations have led to t that Martinis Ito the dla Jresentargotastrung public has butt developed in Japan in his be half bud he has expremied an unwil1150U to accept the postt feeling the conditions do not require hln Benl esi It was Count Ito who represented Japan In the negotiation LI Hung Chung for the Mettle of the JapojiChina war 1he suggested removal of tin Chii e nose capital from Peking to Shanghai uies now JQcello main reason given Is the dlUloulty ofd audIPeking r matchont aside from thin wan the Ntron eling In certain quartern that Would be nndealrnble to establlnh seat of government where llritltdi In fltience Is strongly dotnlnnnt Tim dHcuJsllln hnA led to the glItn1 un dcrstandlng among ofllclals Ihivt Tient offers till greatest advantages outside of Peking fur purposes of ne gotiutlon surd Iit is likely to be the headquarters military nnd dlplo aortic of the foreign establishments not maintained at Peking Killed lnrusClarksville1enH Sept 15Uu the renewal of nn old grudge be tuecn T tt Nelson und Wilt norrisII Robertson county Teninssce the former was shot and killed by tin lut Dorrls fled to Kentucky and ha- not a been arrested Completed With Gold splite Chattanooga Penn Sept Urhost spike Il goldtu one WIJII driven tbe iTeJiifeMce CcnjtralJ railroadI eJ uti ObldB River Friday connect io Nashville and Kuoxvllle by a ht- roatloUedPI I9III S Crnlrul be ELECTION IN 1rlunphedT Till Xnlliiiuil IMrtr lliitnnn lleliirnw 1rom Other harts of the talaiiilt I Havana Sept 1Tin Saturday r election of delegates to the f phoom i Ing uuiiHtltutlonul convention thu na tional surly again triumphed in the province of Havana Not only dill 1 It elect the live delegiitrli of the mar jorlty roproientatlon but It also reh turned one of the minority rapeC cntatlvcB the republican party oleo lIng the other two namely Manuel 1K Snngullly and llnrrle Returns from till other prlllue come III slowly owing tc the heavy mills In Ililiir del IHo there wemB to be no duubt of tIll selection I GoiiMlo do Quejaidn ItliiH Jtlveru and Civil Out Quilts Nothing definite I yet known as to Santiago hecniiBe the dlnlrulty of getting returns from till outlying country districts but It IB reported that luan inlborto G f mez IB elected In Porto Principe Senores C1neroST null Shuts were the catty candidates no thnt their election IK HMwretll I Is conceded that In Santa Clara tJie federate will win Nn de8Hlte new Ireaaon roboKci new 1roin nn part of th nfelAnd Ptthen any re art of dUtHr 6harass The larire vote polled by Setter Get er In tklt prwvimtt may W looked uj on apart frnjn bb Individual wm hint Ca HH etHlMMMtntt of GOT Woods want appointment him aa sneretary of jintier It 1 gan rnlly rcnmrked that tAw rep ibHao OM and1 nHtoa d WH eratlo eleators baited for Senor letter The NAtlarallatr AS it eoiterele echoer arwtae to be UnlHcIo Ilti but k faa well kaowa that forI are HMtferatft 1a tore More than Paerrtlrra Ui majority in tIM prwriaea an Jwe AlxtrllerN Where their Hru al ireI logo amCeNarlrad sad IlriflMwUt 1 jpeltile they dealre the ekMoat ro flora with for InHMl 9laleahAt 7 HttMlay tviffitng the retnnw from tS towiM Ir flea jwovliire of lit taHa tHhHliHg the drywick art f nine tows to H hcunl from rill the foltewiHg pelting Tateret IMILJOfttIHM IS797 Itedrl gttno republican 11111 heater- tteaAMrt 11164 Stta6wlMJ reJrt- tr lIfJ rrtw nlttLuAIIK ttq t Zuyan ndiioiwIiM atlta A MONSTER BANQUET KillinHlril ThHl SJCHMI 1rrruar Wilt Mil Hi Hiilrrlnlnrorul CIlvrH Ur IIrrrbleal l tulirl t Slayer Park FPI17Time banquet which U to be given In tkltl city atoll lttlF day S pt0inl r SX wim IVtwhlentI IA19riklwtaMr late feature It In HOW estimated that njtM K rMiiM will Kit down t uI thin maHtrr INtuIIHt wklrk will IIN held In ImmeHw theta irerled In the garden of the 1nlerle overlooktag the Hue Ie Itlvotl The number of thus who will take port In tke offal r Mti i female of a fortnight ago smith analk r ImmenMe tent MIIIrfl erected IIH I the pinion of the Twlerlen RUlhIglganUe gsHlronoiulo witerUilninent ncoimnhhtox n NMtrnllouii orgnnlMt i I flop to Insert BHceeMi ANti the lIII talln ar must iNtrrestlng and Inxeni tubs Twelve gruel kilehenn hat r burn pomttnieted and united by H pr I teat telephone nyntum An army of wailers hare been eni llstwl a000 men the table plod at1 tend to tHd would cover n dUluncc ofIseven kilometre the kitchen earPr I four kllomotrn and the problum orII properly dirtding the service over 11itoch dUtaneen has been solved by eni yIIwhich the caterer and JIIIItnft will travel iron point to scent wherever nuj orvl lon In retpilred In addition four cycllutH will curry order In n B horllrrrtlanx The work of cooking tho jKJtiltry haH already commenced 1h J fowls will be kept In the r rlOratorK until the day of the front The generoiiM faro provided will 1 In j elude 1500 plionimntx 3500 dunks S j chlekiuiH 6000 poundK of italmon 0000 pounds of beef 00000 rolls andI other bread 33000 hollers of red and white wine and 7000 bottlea of chair pngno i lair on lnkv Mlchlitnii Jfatme Win Sept 111110 rout h flHt gale on Ink Mkhigan j j a big Nea One hundred fret Iriiuk of this Chloiigo Mlluiiukee St Iaiil trucks wtm undermined nnd fell Into the river call the large il house war undermliud In order inntgleutl hugsu01III in- IrrrenKee Iluw Ularll J New York Kepi 17 JUIIHH Kranoti Smith the American District men ranger who delivered to 1renldent In Kmger of the liner republic n nu H sage of Hyinpatliy from the nclioo 1l boys of 1lilladclplila arrived on th u CherbourgSunday I Trennurr SlnlPiiiPiil Wanlilngtoii Sept 17 Satnnlayi Btatement of tIle jreamiryM balance N n the general fund exclusive of the 1500M000 gold roHcno In the Lily i slon of redemption Hhown Available b caHh balance 130010241 gold 73 71U52K ro llrldire Salt Lake Salt Luke City Utah Sept 17rJul Soutlicru Indflu Is to undertake the task of brldffing Salt Lako in order make a cutoft of about 14 mpg wlolI riidnr WRY by the early tuUeJ TTHE BIG STRIKE IS ON Thousands of Miners In the Wyom ing and Ilazelton Regions Out Tlir Cii ml I Ilium In ttll1 of tlir Oilier Anllirnelln Mlnliiir IllnlrlrU In 1PUnwylrualn Wern About the Hmue Very Iew Uuriler+ IndlnnnHIK ImU Bent tt11 ef ofrsI rsArnuriwr Thuriulay loniird n MtateiM nt tto the pulillc giving tho OMH ea that l ii i ti wowoonlered YedneMlny AniHii f other saysIraverage wages ot tin anllra uIdie iHlnnr for ninny yonrn has kmti Jless tltHii 490 uiinuttlly Dtirtny lust utathe iwcvMMrlon of life linn hero in erMMvil1 over H wr lout An lucrram In the twat of living without a rorrr rti lunt to tt reduction In wagon The loins of tN mote af 111-ft inaktf MOO poHiidB A tnN of an rerfwnaarw rtnH lled to mlna from BTN to 4OM MHiMli for A ton anti IN wItten to that art slashed wxerMtMt KHMiHiiU often waolilHg 11 par dart of Ue4r Ratty oRrHlng fur niijr aIBB pwrltlwi wlileh limy tN seat am with bya1 tortorHteh M woUroHHded hwp no art the hrenker M wm origlBMUy Bffr + rl to they 1M1e HTMlwilljr hrea- ietNlrttlled to iatromu the NIHOOHI of MINx1 H rHHMW HUrty troth In IS htiiiM abHtw Era Ttoy are totHpoUed to purrlnw Ute I Mwlrr want IH HtialHy frow their aIirNhe1 kale1ia SI- erh keg They are rwp lnil Wy many of the vompaMea to teal in piuci MW Btartfi 0r hare their tfnntoymrat Tlwy slot I iay to the twmpaav fi Jar moHth for a doctor whether HM nantl MM or Not sad kale HO ntH jIn myiftir who tha deetor shall br The atHaJtweaa of tlinlr o1ttHItIR in gtfthtrr with UM gnat east of lidinA l1Ad feewHtrMMl them to take theft uMMrJH Iran whoftl Iwfnre they hair- reached the age prttwaliira111y1 ktwaalr- ktov 1 them at work In till breaker jit artier o keep the family from Htarvntlnn When any wise IcrustyI the iHtnleu of three cotMHtkwa h gene to the HtanagennnHt and aakrl- to kern Unapt r ni8ve U be Inrw hero Hold If he floe net Hkc IIt he mu gallj WflkfMlMrrt Pa Sept 18 Kverv ulna tit tke 1YOINttg rtlllgy xItb tilt lINllttvR ot 1tffiWt 1iP fMIby the wlmtm utrike 1ka cxerpNea wan tilt cBltttrry oltld by the ter n KiMl Curl Ca al MoraiM Ha Tfcr men there rrfIto go out wInk they nor Httitfleil with the 1tH CffiHtltlm of thlag The total uanl bcr of ni nt ktle Ila this valley hi a Iltllr ever tSJOO 111mvx the wkUlle blow onday momlHg Cur the oommenee went of work there were very few In tight The pump men ante Ike fan runnum wore OH hand to go to their poult but miner and IRboltlII were eoiiBplmmH for their nlwenee Hume dlatanoe from Wit voKerlwi watrwer were Binlloitrd TheyI ware there ti Mn If any of the mlHcru lntcudel to- og to work When they Summed that the men rnmnlned sway they returned tp Unltd Mine Worker heoiUjuar er and reporteil lly t eolook lrei dent XlthoJU hud reports from terry mine In tilt dbUrlet racy were Ivry onoo iragtHg showing that all hood closed down with this vecptloti of he one at Mwaiuupia llnloton IaM Sept iThe great atniggle between fkr nnthraelle real miner of IetuiaylvaHbi call tfieir ejn FreiIICOII winning rind nei ther of the rnHlemllnjc toner show yieldeDialrlPtlerr men employe In and about the inliioa Of this nnin ber It lIK uon enatlvely efltImHtel tlia iniiiemIell to ijult work fIre thoumiiid of these belong to collerlcM which shot not work at all and the remaining 3 000 to the mine which worked whort thisjnoolion of Colernlne Heaver Meadow null Cnrsat Noshatirx JlarrUburg Ia Sept 18 Tho striking inlnupH at I vkonn and Wiion err bringing strong ireamire to iiNn tlie men at WIlllaniMown to join thuin null thereby Hiixpcml the operatloiiM of every colliery In the Lykenn nllcy region lykrns and WluonlHco rnfiiMd to Bii port the Wll HaniHtown inliicrH when they Ktrucl IHSO agatnxt a reduction of rFngrw null this latter now refuse to yield to till ilcmandM of thu former to quit work Thene collIericH tint coal rolled by the IditiHylvanla Uallrond Co Nut n Onnillilnte fur lleKlecllun- De Molmv In Sept ISlInlll1 osier 1 P SL Sargent of tutu Broth erhood of Locomotivu riremen an nounccd Monday that ho would not e a candidate for reelection having received u more rcmunuraUve tiller outxlde of tIle order Humor Urn II n Wet wan Killed llloemfontiiln Sept lBit U ru mored here that lenyUo Wet the Boer general who succeeded In llt troopslnear dr w R7 wr f + A t t t W a YJi3RYANS LETTERtI Formal Accepts Democratic Nomination for President APPROVES KANSAS CITY PLATFORM nilldnte fledge Illmarlf X6t to Mnd for Nrrunil Trrm If Illrcl d4111I1101l1er lirm lUfii ril Fj thalrmanstdI Com NationalS thdtlnnominalionu 1 e I nfmrcuii I lerri ulna me by the leleB teii In eon whoadelegatesI I i sreepondbllitiewhs oMf I forrrjuiIn It pfMMpt tOftt fto n letter ot lltII 1w Iw t U WlhfCO ItIy arn I fn iiiiu4 ef the l+ over vsatcdlyy the fi UIIM In the ehlet executive of the InflUMteewni InvIFdelany per provewrurr ij snmtghwhenI temptedt I tan say lleraoant ambition il hereby whWwnidetermlnIIi be ii a ii tidcu tor rwelecttM In rase t cernlatanIn my election thlII and ft beer+wlloe NRa ptedicei i ray agtnwI 1cot wlUwvi amWinitiy the party s per il o every qunrtlen c nsl4er tAiiH yVrroof Ikeggnlnssofft t h the Oe iirmiMi er hMlewtHlenee It firwtthMi Ihe Mirtl f render Independence and pirtun WMeli cHnrnrtiirtse these who n rhtU4etoMl IIn ITR promulgated the c lOr UM repulrilc i j1K ta my natiflentlan opeeeh dli IMramtruntrj I p i IUIM on tat tareat and the Doer t r i unictont t fete time to review t InM pkakr df the platform Trial promlappalFat t l j f derllgt the pr nt adaelnlelrit- r n that the reimti jI I 4 ii uiS5l1N11I1 the Centre or the MUM 10 qeslktn orferltve ji I O aMy be moldy aarmd fro riv d aq ort of iii rob j I n I rMtors toot party doea art Intern i take tile pc pk a Md gatt heoe quailntii I I rrMbMaaii platform In 4e 1ititMl to I doeItr iijr bat nlwHy ben an outlaw N ferao enn he made of an Intiutirhil n m In wMeh one r a few men enn e iti far their own proUtmMytuandlea- I I p 4iiT of spy cruel of tu tm the rnneumer iuf rrra atertlento prvditcer f raw mate rat Pies ttttt one jMirrhaMr awl m wt eH n the arWtrary price frM its Idbotxtr hac but tn empty +r cad tn towerloa I nrnieet aiaUiMt Injwitlee either IIn- waar K t pndtUn of Labor the email itwhMt l r In nt the merry of the jM8- Ithi ti r while the iraVeMHK Mleeman inn tritMiie hllll salary la the overgrown pnIte af the tnt Hance but a mall pntwrlon of Ihe people1 can share In th- eaqtatem NoOUrN by private monopoly It loll ew that the remainder of the pen ptr aro nut oily excluded from the bone in t ut are Ihe hlplas vktlnw of fvr- nnI oly orEnnlteil It U rtlftlenlt tot tUNate the Immnllale Injustice that ftoJ hai dwnn or la calculate the ultimate ef thU InJuitlce upon the wclal an i Hlloal welfare nf thin txuple Our- piahnm after auitKenlInx eerlaln etc r naedlea plmlKoa the party tn an un fIl g warfare RKUIMKI private monoi m nines stale and city t t apbre at tnte promlM If eli IMrllIII 0hwl M mr arMt ant d ar la fulfill the promlie tn letter eInr I Rhnlt eJeot an attorney antiII wt HI without fear or favar 1111 s lAW I chap recommend nIMI w + r deem huMnees ute1ele or tM 111m iI bejII i I ir it uch an amendment an will wlthuut lrn tit n r of the extellHE rich III of lea ajMpnwer eongrrae to protect fn ipto ar all the elMle from Injury M MMU af indlvWuala or corpora lun nimgtd IN luleralate commerce ih ihttfarfn accurately ileMrlben the lnv tariff haw when It condemns I u ir Mt bramllnR meweure Iklllful- If ItII ii i ta sire ta the few favor hl lIn lo MM ileaenre and lo pboe upon I notIsnfir I pi itr hi peaple of the InllMi Stales wtiii i hey Mtc aMfully comteie In for I IK larwta with manufacturerx niir nunlliea Oven those will 01II it Ifflultltoodfnl 1MrotxNrtwqcA InI01i i trust ta exact an exorbitant tollII true chi rtltMii The lliiniul l Plank f t Th platform retteralee the demand rI1 In the Chkalo platform for an AmFtrA InftMlal ayatem med by the AirxifjiH 1eople for theinMlvwi The II af cock H nynlem lII to restore nl inrfnlHlli a blmetnllk level of prliHM ami it Order that there may bo no un i r triy u to the method of roxtorlnic b n tlIrnt the cpdfle declaration to itr of tree nml unlimited oolnngn nt tin vintlne ratio of 10 to 1 Independent D inI action of other nations In repent ii iHI ISW the republican party reroR riixri the nMeselty for blmvtallliim by pi 11 Ito party tn an eariiMt effort t ire HII International agreement fort sliver and the prmi ll in Immediately after his InuuKunitlon b H ihorltv of ooncrem nnpotnleil a i itinisilon cnm nceit at dlmltiRuliliPd t nji ta vlftlt Kun io and nollclt for IIgln ill rieoretiirv IItmIIn a hlltor writ Un to tOMI Ahhmh 18 art iider anU piibllNhed In lKeiKlnml dt Jr1 that at tha time the prmldent a namrlty iof hits cabinet still In the creat doalrnblllty of nn tlIIII omont for the restoration tilt double standard but that It did rem reopen the nCRotlat latin nor opportuneThe tlnundnl law enacted ra than a year aRt contnlnll n conclude IIIIf eotlon declaring that tho mcnnure wnn not Intended to stand In tho way of the roitoratlon of blmftalllInns whon ror It could to done by cooperation with other nations The platform submitted lo thr Innt republican convention with the Indorsement of the nilmlnUtrntlon again lUKRPOtlll the pORNlblllty of scour log foreign nld In restoring sliver Now the republican party for the first time openly ohandons lie advornoj of the double standard and Imtorioa tho nvmrtary nyHtcm which It haa no often ant 10 emphntlonlly ionilsmneil Tho reelmllllI u1 Ila not willing that other natlone hall determine for Ut the time and manner of riMitiirlnic silver to Its nnclpnl 1IarlII us u standard money The ratio to 1 Ila not only tho ratio now axlstlng i between all the tolll and sliver dollars In cur nlatlon Itthlll rOllltl It rutin which ivft the republican administration tutu I t temptod to change but ilia time only rutlu iidvjoitted by those who nrp cocking Wholher Ule senateto r opan the mints now hostile to himelnllllm olin bo during hll onmpalicn or the Jnmimi only be determinedof JII own sfirr the votes aro counted but itelthoi the 1rrsunt nor the futuro political com- IItXI1 of conBroas has prevented or 4 thepartlY1termThe thrl1netsenatejustifiesdemoooratlepredlcttdwouldattemptalthoughly concealed their Intentlonl That purr mustchooseI volumE andcontrollld bylandsupportedn permanent and Increasing debt nnd HO long as thlll system stands the financial classes will bo tempted to throw their powerful Influence upon the aide of Any mmnure which will contribute to the azejl lahardyI theetebtVIIlnardangerous doctrine of perpetual land lilertloii of ftennlor lir the Prnplr The demand for a constitutional amend senIpears for the first time In a democratic notional platform but a resolution pro thrrolimNrelrellonlAtlVtll withoutIpeople IM permitted to speak directly In the elation of their representative In the senate A senator leI no 1 lewi the rep rtIt o Mate lKllaturo If n voter ofIprgtodentreeenuilve Inho senate A system whleh make the lien tor reepeiiMble for Jute election to the people as a whole cad amenable to them If ha inbirepre eats them must commend itself to those Intelligencet maeI ofIIhe more Important queitten Im nn 10 Blnte and city It rests upon the ad theory that the people urn bo and that the more reiponwve the Peopletheabuse lnbur Qnenllon are Several lanbCIelbxslInc whichfthe Inheting elapses have an Immediate Inter RIll last which moro remotely alfeot our- generallyI prtIltNI chiefly agolnit thin empoyit rornoratlomi when there I II la dUwKrcement between them and their employer It involves n principle which purpose ef the In wnclfonlnauehrases Iis to aubftllule trial by judve for trial by Jut and la a covert blow at the Jury system The abolition T f government by Injunction Is a neeea reputationjI trialjJoeticour propertla c the frt end of clvll ouaety but II that he IRtfllltCt entirely menIe ecleu by lime prince fir enjoy the highest OmeN of the elate their decision In sidle af their natural Inteit Involuntarybiasdignity It I1s net to be expected from human natura that the few should be al1 I wars attentive to the interests and good of the many If the criminal laws are not nufflclont for the tiratectlatt of property they nan be male mere severe but a citizen charged with crime trust have hla ouno tried hater a jury ef hls peers The IHncUllt The blacklist as ftrfw employed In home place enable the place the employe under practical dure for the iklllM laborer loses his Independent when the employers ran nnt only dle + charge him but prevent his fce urlnc any similar employinent The blacklist en able employers ta secure by mutual agreement that control over the wage earner which a private monopoly eltrIelse without oontractIThe ArhllrUohIArbitration between corporation and their employe No one who has observed the friction which arisen between great corporations anti their numerous em playaa can doubt the wisdom of etobllshtnjc IIn Impartial court for the jutsad equitable settlement of dispute The ilemand for arbitration ought to be sup ported as heartily by the public which suffers inconvenience because of ntrlkea and lockouts and by the employers themselves as by the employ The eatab llshment of arbitration will Insure friend oopltnljHad ItrlUlJICI llciinrlmenl nf Inlior 1 cannot too strongly emphasize the Im nertonee ef the platform Af the establishment of a deportment tabor with n member of the cabinet at 1mI being made to thla recognition of his esrvleaa Agrlctilluro IN already repre seated In the president offlclul housa rtpIdppartOlentI with local affairs keep the executive In oommeroh1Ilntrlllt wouldI hltfClilnoeThe Chinese exclusion art has proven nn advantage to the country and its con tinuance and strict cnfnrcoinvnt an well all It extension In other elms ar meMo are Imperatively necessary Tho Asiatic Ila se etwentlully different from tho Amer Icon that ho onnnot lit anslmlliitiHl with our iMpulatlon und IIs tlmrufore not do fllrnble Oil a permanent citizen Ilia flre once All a temporary laborer prenorvlng hula national Idontlty and maintaining n foreign sealsI of wages and living must ever prbve an Injustice to American pro ducer a well us a perpetual source of IrritationIennlonn Cho party expresses Its pride IIn the sol dler and sailors of oil our wars and declares Its purpose to deal goqeroualy with them and their dependents A liberal VOlley Is natural anti necoseary In a trOY crntneiit which depend upon a cltlxen soldiery Instead of a large tnndlng army Self hderesl as Veil all gratitude compels the government to make bountiful provision for those who In the hour of danger und nt groat sacrifice of buslnegtfI health and life tender their services to tholr country The pension laws should bo construed H coord I nit to the generous spirit which prompted their passage The platform very properly reiterates the position taken shnllIsoldier was sound when the government accetitcd him A certificate Riven now to the health of n person 40 years ago oven K easily obtainable sjinnld not have H8 much weight the certificate of tho- m tllJdl officer who examined lime volun teer with a view of ascertaining his fit noss for army service McnrnKiiit rhe democrntlo party la In favor of the Immediate conntrnotlon ownership anti control of the Nlcarniniun tuannl by the rlpubIMean = rylng out a pledge IlrOrrtIIIIliB plat form tour years age together with tho MUbHtltutlon In its latent platform of A plank Inorlnl an Islrmlan canal for IHpecltlc declaration In favor of tho Nlcnr nciiun canal would Indlonte that the ro pubtlma leaders either do not nppreclate tho Importance of this great waterway to tho maritime strength nnd commercial interests of the country or that they glva too much consideration to the lntcrei tcd opmigltlon of trunscoptlncntnl lines The llnyKflwtmcefoto now before tho Henutir would If treaty greatly lessen C the value of the canal IIf it would no Indeed convert it into a positive menac in time of war The paramount Interest of the United States In the western hem 11 sphere together with the obligations tc defend the republics to the south ol us make It necessary that our govern ment shall be able to close the ennui against any hostile power Arliunn arty SIrxleo and Oklahoma Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma 11IIponlllblllllt1 1statehoodI well na a tiuty to carry out the platform pledge concerning them Alaska and Porto IUeoJThere wlllbe a popular acquiescence lo the demand for home rule and a terri tonal form of government in Alaska and Porto moo Uoth are entitled to local selfgovernment and representation In congressCulm Tho recognition contained In both the democratic and republican platforms of the rlzht of the Cuban to Independence removes tho general principle Involved from the domain of partisan politic II IIII proper however to consider whether the accomplishment of thla purpose can bo safely Intrusted to tho republican par ty after It has yielded to the allurement of the colonial Idea and abandoned Ilm earlier faith In the natural and molten able rights nt man- Iteclnmnllnn of Arid Lauds The time IIs ripe for a systematic and extended effort to reclaim the arid lands and lit them for actual settler The Inn agricultural report estimates that homes urn thus be provided for many million of people Tim Impounding and use of the waters which are wasted In the sprliiK would western states with thrifty Intelligent and Industrious ell Irene and these would furnish n valuable market for all tho product of the factortes A small percentage of the mon y I spent in q war of conquest would provid occupation and habitation plo than would ever socks resldeneofa colonies within the tropic Korrlirii Alllnnrp The reason given by Washington J4JIarson and the other statesmen of tlu early day In support of the doctrine theWtl should maintAin friendly relatloqp l with all nations but enter Into entailthIIlInl alliances with none art even r th IncreasIng Ct eommunloAtlon with all pert of Idle to world Yon If we desired to do so wj could not afford to alienate many nallani by cultivating unneceasasx Intimacy with a nfuohI 1 nfrb IlrI The doctrine enunciated by Monroe and 411anllAII tlnltgdStatesSouth America are dedicated to tho dfvclopment of free government One re lIhlluntil rthlrpie would look with disfavor upon am attempt on the part of European govern foreIbisn this side of the Atlantic 1 repmubllleadenthe rpubllcan candidate for the pre iii Id hl 1aliont exerclng sovereignty over It people an avaault upon the Monroe doctrine Mr while this argument Jai at thla time d reeled against the proposition to giveiii pMteetlont republics of Central and South Amerlo i If this government cannot lend I 6 ktrngth to another republic without rank leg subjects of Its people then we must either withdraw our protection from the republics lo the south of us or nbsorl plrUanllan nUUnwants and It Ila a slgTiltlcant fact that ih republican patty should accept the Eu rvpean Idea of a protectorate nl the same time that It adopts a European colonla policy There Is no excuse for this aban donment of the American idea We have I malnalneil the Monroe dot trine for three quarters of a century The expanse to u has been practically the pro tection has been beyond value to our sis ter republics If a Filipino republic U erected upon the ruins of Spanish tyranny Its protection by us will be neither difficult nor expensive No European an- Ion would be willing for any other Kuro pean nation to have tho Islands neither 11tolain possession of the islands If we as sort sovereignty over the FIlipinos wt bytonI mica If we protect them from outside In j terference they will defend themselra and wilt be our friends If they show at much determination In opposing the soy ereignty of other nations all they have thoyx111Kvtrnvnitnncc The republican party drawing as It doe enormous campaign fund from those whc enjoy pecial privileges at the hands nt PrOtM1th I who profit by large appropriations A surplus In the treasury offers constant temptation to extravagance and extrava fiance in turn compel a roaort to nen means or taxation which In being kept tr the background until the campaign U i Imposllionl Ilit a considerable amount t money Idle In the treasury The rehabilitation of the merchant marine laudable In ItltI publac owner and 4n the Interests of a trans I beIng I right to collect from the people taxed beyond the legitimate needs of u govern JfI ment honestly and effectively administered und public servants should exercise the same degree of care In the use of the people money that private Individuals do in tho usa of their own money With I n restoration of foreign policy consltent ti I with American ideas there can Ibe an Immediate anti large reduction In the bur i dens now borne by the people liiionie Tns I Hy inadvertence tho Income lax plank I agreed upon by this resolutions commit tee was omitted from tho platform aa read and adopted The subject however Is covered by tho roafllrmatlon of the Chicago platform and I take this occa t slon to reassert my belief In the prln clple which underlies the income ta Congress should havo authority to levy and collect an Income tax whenever neo T orfand an amendment to the federal specifically conferring such authority ought to be supported by even those who may think tho tax unnecessary nt thlll time In tho hour of danger the I government con draft the rltlien It ought to bo able to draft the pocketbook preclouqthanI greater protection to the lna me of the i rich than to tho lives of the poor i Iniperlnlliiu The subjects however treated In thlllt letter important on each may seem In IItself do nut press no imperatively forI pIalrorm In this campaign Whether tie shall adhere t to or abandon those Ideas of got ernment which have distinguished this o nation from other nations and given to its history Its peculiar charm and value Iis n question the settlement of which cannot be delayed No other question ran apt roach It In Importance no other ntien lion demands such Immediate considers tlon It in easier to lose a reputation than ti to ontabllsh one nnd thin nutlon would rm regtlnitsunder the stress of temptation It should V the lIollevldtnt dchllmedsacredly treasures during a career un paralleled In the annuls of time When the doctrine that the people are tho only sourcq of power tu made secure from fur ther attack wo can safely proceed to the I Hotttement of tho rwhichwelfare af our citizens rfJ Very truly yoursNf J DIn N V n SICARDillcllred Itciir Admlrnl Expired Suddenly of Apoplexr at Weslernvlllr N V Rome N Y Sept IGUr Adm fnrd died of apoplexy at Ida sumner rae at Wcsternvillc Friday morn Dr The house in which he died was seated by William Floyd one of the of the Declaration of lode pendence Hr Adm Slcnrd Rr Adm Montgomery SIcard was mired in 1SOS Since 1851 the ocean was bIB home He served during the mil war wtbsecml blockading until 1662 when he was Wade lieutenant commander After the war Slcnrd spent two years ate naval academy and two years one IensncoSn In 1881 ho was m9dc plain and in 1801 he was promoted commodore anti later to rear ad iral When the Spanish war broke out Adm BIcaH was placed in com band of the a tiadron at Key Wast ut he became ill and was invalided Adm Sampson succeeding him I TO SAFEGUARD KRUGER I Tie rortiiBiie Government A- Htliorle Ills Dcpnrtiiri From Iniircnco Marques LUbon Sept 17The Portuguese has telegraphed to tho pvernor of Mozambique authorizing tte departure of Mr Kruger for Eu ripe The governor however must Htlefy hlnlself that Mr Kruger is re War going to Europe Meanwhile he instructed to take all precautions safeguard the personal security of lr Kruger The Hague Sept 17The govern of tho Netherlands has tele graphed to Lourenzo Marques offer leg a Dutch warship to bring Mr Kruger to Holland London Sept 17 Mrs Kruger acv carding to n dispatch to the Dally Ex its linN arrived tit Lourenzo A ai ifC6RBETT IN QUEENTOWN He Kmvlmtlcnlly DenlC That III Fight With Hlmrkcy and AlcCoy Were Fakes repIow York handed to James J orbctt the pugilist a number of relating to the charges node against him in Now York He cad thorn and said It is ridiculous to Say that my guts with Slmrkey and McCoy were ekes The allegations of Mesdamcs Cor ett and McCoy he sold arc too aboutI Cornollle he actress were bpokctl as Mr and less Martin nor mother was with er and Corbett occupied a separate ate room A JEALOUS ITALIAN Ill ills Vlfe nnd Two Men limit Aiiii cU KI4nw Five Others Woiiiidlni l ivo nml Salcldc Tasctera Italy Sept 15 Caetano rOtigo on returning from the United Itntos to 1astona a small town inns district killeil his wife in a fit jealousy and then two men of horn he was jealous Having cornet iltted the triple crime he ran unpick Idling five others and vounding two itally Then he went to the local emetcry nnd committed suicide Cnpl 3IcQitelnn Killed Wahhliigton Sept 1ifu war do irtinent Sunday received informa on from Gen MttuArthur of A3io Ogle death in the Philippines of pt Charles McQucston of the 4th gular United Sutra infantry the xmtlt of wounds by A soldier whom had attacked during n temporary of insrtnlty Took Ilia Own Lilt Tuscaloosa Ala Sept 15A man ippoaed to be Prank McGill of ifrownwood Tex who came lure our Jnokson Miss killed himself ter having told several persons he IIIt lost n daughter and three grand iHdreu in the Galveston Hood ong hula effects was a letter from le cushier of the First Notional bank Uroxvnwodd Tex Ktuleil III Murder Clatksvlllc Penn Sept lSA- r Tamer nomad Touch Wooten living it GlarlrHville was sleet down in mt of his owii gate his alleged revs holng two brothers named inters The tragedy grow out of a Jute over n corn deal I Killed Ike Victor Jlarksvillc Tcnn Sept 15AtI- i voy Trljrg county Ky near thn nncssco line Dave Kennedy a muter ins shot and fatally wounded Jim ilkctJ Vvho had got the best of Kcn flgrnUrI A LttirtittrCrarer Fd F lret4ds aeF64Fr CS frttElii tt+ rr- Ib r- w I M i 1 STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST E tiCJ 319599 A3f iAil3Y9i1 liipl 337 i3 ot 3J 4I KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE tlliCnniiuKtre Selected to Draft as Ulrvtlon 11111 to lie Reported to the Senate Frankfort Ky Sept 11 Heprcscn tatlve W II Lilly republican of Es till county offered a bill qt the ses lion of the house of representatives Monday morning It provides for tIle recognition of the democratic repub limn populist and prohibition par ties in the selection of election com missioners and officers The senate was in noftslon but a few minutes Senator 1ur ear sent up a resolu tion expressing Kentuckys Bympi thy for Galveston and the other stricken cities and towns of Texas I and it wed unanimously adopted Frankfort Ky Sept 12The sea sion of the senate Tuesday was de melllorlalJexurchios MorganficM Among those who tributes of respect to them paIdI Senators Dyer of Newport kins of Union county Thomas of Bourbon 1iiryeur of Taylor and Utley of Lyon In the house Mr Kelday of Louis rifle Introduced a concurrent resolution that both houses adjourn sine illo Saptojjiber 20 A resolution by Mr Hooker of Shelby sympathizing with tho Texas tornado sufferers was adopted Mr Strong of Jefferson county introduced un election bill which provident that legislative con test committee shall be selected InI the sonic manner BH Jurors are Frankfort Ky Sept 1aThe hoise oommittee on elections Is badly split mid majority and minority re ports will be returned to the house and the fight made on the floor in open session Thoblcmocratic major ty IH In furor of clothing the county election hoards with judicial func lions to determine contests with the right of appeal to the courts of the state Ileprescntntlve Orr leads the opposition to tilts idea The committee decided unanimously in favor of placing a circle instead of a square under tho device in which the voter is to stamp Hon John n Thompson democrat Ie lender of Hariodsburg offered nn election bill before the special com mittee of the state senate Wednesday morning It provides for strictly nonpartisan election boards Frankfort Ky Sept I5The spe cial committee on election in the aelecteTsdbcommitteefI mill to be presented in that body or Monday next The members of tin subcommittee are Senators Tolin of Doom Utleyand Lyon and Cox ol Mason The special committee of elec lions in the house will Saturday rev clve the report of time subcommittee elected to draft an election bill and it will be presented to the house on Monday or Tuesday Time conservatives will fight the hill anti claim afrength suHlcient to defeat it The regular sessions Friday were unin teresting Frankfort Ky Sept 17The non atu hold no session Saturday and the house adjourned without accomplishing anything Time house subcom mittee on elections has its bill com pleted and will report it to the full committee on Monday The senate sub onnrmlttee is still tmtl work on its huh and will be ready to report in a few days BROKE UP THE GAME Negro Gnmblcr Quarrel and One ot Tlicm IM Ot nil Tli Slur donorhscnped Fnmkfort Ky Sept 1iIelJ Clark colored shot and killed Ben Chiles also colored at an early hour Sunday morning They tore gambling and quarreled over time game Clark drew a revolver und shot twice sic ball entering the left side passing through tlio body Tire second show took oriVet in the load causing Inv Ktant death Clark who has figured in numerous shooting affairs es coped Parties who were in the room say Clark demanded that Chiles and others return to him money he tail Ibst in the game and when they re fused he blew out the light und her gun shooting promiscuously into thu crowd in the rooln llnimlit Kentucky tfnritr l Lexington Ky Sept 1On a tel egraphic order from Ktnil Boas of Stun Francisco Garret D Wilson of title city lion purchased for the use of Count Vnldursee of Germany as commander of the allied forces in China two very line Kentucky horses lure animals are known nK walk trot nod cantor horses having a great dent of style and very graceful in Sot o each one being retired here tumid the other at Howling Green They will be started on the journey to China Monday Kentucky Mimon Spiul Aid Louisville Ky Sept Hlhu Kentucky masonic grand lodge Thursday sent 300 to the Galveston sufferers An appeal for funds has been ad dressed to Kentucky Knights Torn plar by the grand commander of the gVand lodge Meld Wlthont lull Louisville Ky Sept 14 Elizabeth HeiiKlng aged 5 year who was as saulted by John Tute a Ntgro It 1Hi claimed Identified him Thursday inornlnc and he was held without oath r HOWARD JURY Mon Selected to Try the Jocliel IIIn8 Iicct Ten Are nemocrnt nod Two Ilcpiibllcani Frankfort Ky Sept H James Howard ease was called for trial Thursday morning Bowman Gaines whom the prosecution has designated as one of Its chief witnesses did not answer lIe IH sick and a physician WitH sent to examine him to ascer taut when he will be able to attend At 1030 the commonwealth announced that it was ready for trial and Howard wan brought Into court IllsoiplcalIhim up as a wellfed city polIUalan Little for the dcfemto filed n ape clnl demurrer to the indictment but It wns not passed on by the court at tint time All of the witnesses were then worn anal put upon their own recognizance to appear Friday The list of witnesses for the dufoimo t intitules Green iolden Wharton Gol hen K F White A V lute cohort Trlpletr W P Hansford WJllium Hlrkle J F Mnrcmn T M Pence A In Kversolei James Young W W Ant demon James Elbert J T Robinson Dick I well jr and n F CundlfF Howard was formally arraigned Clerk Ford reading the indictment to Limn to which the defendant anti swercil I am not guilty null a plea of not guilty was entered fop him The special demurrer of the dc tense to the indictment was over Utterback business intuit demo IledI was acceptvd asu juror sub to peremptory challenge Israel Allison and Wash SuddutJi were ex cused fUnd HawkhiB and James C McDonald farmers democratI trere Accepted Jamtw Jonas was excused Wash Crutcher Mason Lucas Nkkt Moore and Colvln Hayden farriSera democrats were accepted Robert Choate anti Walter Bryan were ex cused William Graham who served on the grand jurywhich inflicted Howard was also excused Frankfort Ky Sept 15rThe James Howard murder case was rev sumed Friday morning and the select tion of the jury was completed It in as follows Hod Hawkins farmer D A Du SamjLl Dj AVSfth CrutchnrpfhrmeV DlDaniel Cogstvell fanner D JerrifTracy farmer D Alex Bacon farmer en Robert Magruder farm er D Frank Bacon farmer RJ In Iris opening statement Attorney Williams of the prosecution claimed that Howard while on his way to Frankfort told various parties that Goebel was to lie killed and tlmt Toy lor would pardon the murderer He said he was going to Frankfort to take n hand in the prosecution him self He traced Howard as far as the executive office the morning of the assassination and and the murder of Goebcl was fashioned aftei the assas sination of Tort linker in Clay coun ty which included tho Baker lioward I White fend- FrankfortI Xy Sept 1LThere were but few sensational statements made by the witnesses for the prose cutibn in the Howard case Saturday Most of them had testified at George town in the Powers Cone and those who had not In n great measure cor roborated what other witnesses had told Chilli Extracts Iliillrt From Leg Itlchmond Ky Sept 13 Varina Young Iho 11yuar old daughter ol Rev O J Youngaf Hctliul this court ty was painfully wounded in the leg by the accidental discharge of it rifle In the hands of a playmate Another little girl was also slightlywounded After beIng shot the plucky little lady called for n knife and extracted the leaden missile before n physician could arrive Stopper Flew Out Taylorsviile Ky Sept 14Jlrn lames Cnnady made preparations to wash some clothing anti for a mo ment left time room Her infant child crawled over to tho washing machine ruin while there the heat caused the stopper to flyout of the drainage mole The boiling water gusued over the childs head und body The chtH wns scalded so badly that its heap cracked open and Its brains came out Veteran HtTerniau otLouisville Ky Sept HCapt W P Dugan the veteran antebelltn nteamboatmnn died Thursday afternoon It was announced Wednesday night that he was dead his vitality having sunk so low that it could not he detected Toward morning justI ns preparations were being mule to embalm him ho rallied hut it was only for a short time Card riuyern Quarrel Hopkinsville Ky Sept I7WIlt Wallace and Willlji Snub quarreled over u game of cards when Nantx it is charged ffthot Wallace twice In the head and side inflicting fatal injur ies Naotx escaped anti is still at 1large Want IIB Opera lloune Versailles Ky Scpt171ersalles women tired of doing without the atrical umuaement have started a movement to organize a stock cnimi pony to build an opera house Share hate been placed at SVQ each f t f a z ttLiti 7 j 4rh J JerS t 4 COURIERjUcorgo Warren T l f HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY SEPT 81 1000 BRYAN will make but ono speech In Kentucky this campaign that in Loa ll villa Oct 0 ttttVi- LLTAr J HRYAN will go to tho Dakotas tho latter part of this ulou thence to Minnesota and Wisconsin n- y ndby then to Indiana anti Kentucky ttU No political speaker of either party has invaded tho sacred precincts of Fulton County thus far in tho can paign and there are no indications th any will do so ttttGov HKCKIIAJ and ex Gov McCreary spoke at Mayfield Monday to a crowd of from 7000 to 8000 as estimat ed and the Messenger reports cnthusl asm greater than in thtf Goebel cam paign ttttGREAT BRITAIN has heeded tho war of Sir Robert Hart and has arranged for tho sending of more soldiers to China LI Hung Ghana has arrived at Takp There are tho usual conflicting stories as to Russian policy and action and as to Li Hung Chang ttttIGEN WHEELERS retirement from ti army recalls the fact that ho pronoun i ed tho Filipinos a very superior people ambitions finely educated easily govI erned capable of selfgovernment son I Bltive and unwilling to bo treated as in ferlorsSt 1 Louts PostDispatch I ttttTHERE is a call issued by Senator Do j boo nod others for a mass convention toI j meet in tho counties on tho 22d anti for the District at Paducah on the 25th to nominate a fusion candidate for Cot press against lIon Chas Wheeler hot Bon Keys the present Populist notei neo it is thought will be the nominee q ttttADLAI Stevenson takes a just and fair forward step when he crowns his enumeration of the documents that play an important part on the democratic iSido in the present campaign Abraham Lincolns doctrines the United States Constitution and the Declaration of In 0dependencewitb the Sermon on tho od Mountevtttt onOrI Malrio last week but tho result shows losses for their normal victory in that State of 11 per cont and Democratic gains of 22 per cent This may bo a straw showing which way tho wind is of blowing in the national campaign M Bryan is waging formidable campaigSoi and the Republicans are and more onfho defensive j ttttuTHE American AntiTrust League with headquarters in Chicago has is I tysued a public address officially indors If ing W J Bryan for President and Ad lat Stevenson for Vice President an t pledging thorn the entire support of the League The statement describes the present administration as the friend ot t tho trusts aqd Ool Bryan as the a compromising foe of private monopoly + J + + FILLED with hope and determination t and spurred by the prompt response of the country to the appeal for aid the people of Galveston are setting their af fairs in order and preparing to rebuild F the town Tho task of cleaning tho city is well under way and everything I under military control and proceeding rapidly The dead arc now nearly all disposed of and tho sick and wound are receiving every attention I ttttRICHARD OLNKY in his letter nunou- tt cing he will tho DemocraticI pticketHear him Onr Government was not conceived if or framed ns a moneymaking machine5 for 10 governranch ar classes or portions of tho governed Its lu vital principle and Its crowning merit are that it stands for equal opportuni ties for allthat by tho maintenance of order lustIt00baudt prizest n t A FOUL BIRDo JohnRhea IofWhthey1Gs DispatchThisI i decent journalism and we do not call nowspnfPor I ti nominee of a great political party Mr 1 Rhea may bo on extremist but ho Is an JJ eloquent anti able public speaker and the cause must bo bad and tho capdl 1 date weak when ho cannot be answer to s k ed by leg imato argument ed f i iAnj Artistic Effect 0Thatsyour Indian corner drapery Careless effect I I went up and dot the stepladder thirteen times before got It to look right Chicago Record Iin t rI Y t 9 iliCFMWr LOCAL NEWS TThe iloppor now is Hopping lopping pro und con And tho solo ho flows away from Is ahvnys glad tint gona Chicago TlinosHorald Gov MoMllHn will spank nt UulaaG City on Monday Oat 22d Tho Mobile it Ohio Ilutlrond is gray- lingc the road bed from Union City to Cairo d08troIKlhlire at Fulton Monday Partially An umbrella was loft nt CoWRill fc CowgiUri Owner will plonso call and got it A C Cook k Co merchants of Ful ton failed lust week and Dr F MI Ush 1or was appointed assignee tatChurki Young a cnrpontor and formerly a well known citizen of Fulton died in Seattle Wash Sunday Inst Tho city has constructrd two now corrugated iron hose cart houses and torn away tho old wooden structures Why is n restless man in bod lilt lawyer Because ho lion on ono sl then turns over and lies on the other JMT For all kinds Hume s Tluwnro auuWoodonwaro see ttGOItR C Co Cnyco Ky Time oily has put up 80 additional electric street lights 10 oaudl power winch Is a grout and long needed Im provement Tho people of Madrid Bend nrccinet Ulis county are to trotu nt the regular election in November on tho projKMUon requiring hogs to IMS kept up hatoFound to Lonq eta inserted In the Courier at rate of 1 cent a word each Insertion Personal mentions tree It is claimed that prohibition tsi never flourish as long MS the price glM1M18boiDJ FOR SALFHoshlonce containing si rooms halls porches two cisterns stab l tfco near tho Court House the Cosset y property Apply to OlIO WAKKRK Courier Oil Ice Commending yesterday Hicknmn will hMO regular postal clink service on each sight train arriving and departing precisely as tho day service Tills wi rif bo an important improvement DrUft8GroceriMCORK jo Cayeo Ky An exchange wants to know what bcceMca of tho t820000000 worth of showing gum that is sold in the United States every year Thats easy enough Just fool around under tho chairs an j sofas and benches and youll find it The raw north wind that ooninionc whlsUin around atinyery one shivering Every one wants tho long hot spell to break but note a was exactly prepared for tho olmngo J A now swimming holohoh tIkon li up at Lawrence Kits and a local xfier winds up in n glowing description of tt latest improvement by saying this re sort possesses all the natural advantages the sat without anyof the salt y waterr I rs Tho Nations Pride Standard monorov After all there is no uncertainty politics consolingly remarked tho man who had just bson defeated for office There is ah absolute certainty i boiugcalled upon for a contribution to nnything wdi t geb ovoptbaveI sengers and freight on uceoaptot the Louisville Horse Show whlonwlll ooJ Arconm mediations are being made for very large crowds corpomtionIelection lust week Hon Luuchie Von J nlisan was uloatoti mayor Pote Thur cUrmnistrater Walker Judge Harris Dink Arnott L Peacock and J Y Grillln elected olio r men isj11SVo defy any house in Western Kentucky or Tennessee to soil goods cheaper than we CllGRR Co Cnyco Ky The railroad engineers have been a surveying the route for an extension of the track from East Hicknmn to the rlv 0nb struction j to obtaining right of way viouH survey and the object to ho tho lino in this regard Engineo do not know when work will commence at nil Louisville Horso Show Oct 16 to inclusive This will ho KontnckY1fI initial attempt atnn Indoor JJorso Sho ttwhen foot it with ho tho first hilt Iler3oobShow to bo hold in tho South PhodagotI sociatiou has 100 members tho citizens of Louisville and they ha plans to uccomodata a groat of visitorsaofAu unknown editor niter lookinjr T II tiSomebtheir1 lhSpreachenor go go tso onghtor Many for some roMcct ns precious few to help collections SnItkoptand wont puckgothardGoan Cayco Ky 1eA fellow down in Georgia terra iiii 1jvldo1jj tho clork to have both hands tree wbi is i if sugarrhotheRcalos and can bo raised or lower to nny position desired A clover 85 rangement holds tho mouth ot tho open while the materials being you r in Machine Repairing OIug tho machine Hue f i 1 G r J- In JIJ NEW I I FALL GOODSt ARRIVING DAILY I 1 4141- do I 11Baltzer fA Dodds 1 J t ri I 1IsasleIir of1lmt coming fatalities oast the tr shadows beoro U now said to bo tltft ooso in tho Gnlvwtou ontostropho A xtlllpttoh from Austin Taxa says that two ntontlu ago an old nogro proaohor living in CJalvoston had three drontniI upon throe cousecntive nights tto thtI effect that GnlrMton wasleing dwtroy 1rifrlandfl about the flat dream and tho second nod with the prcmolis I island as well as advising tilt whites do so Every ono Inuphwl at hUll andI finally in sheer drsiwir the old nogro took his dotmrtnr for Houston with kiaII few household effects Muting that h IfjHo units not boon hoard of since ho orr 1110butm looking for tho old nogro now cotI portOnnKOJrOOOO Kcnlucky itgro Voters f From G1i rtltll01IIt1n it 1 nogroesJreloeither hostile or indifferent to Iw Mt JKlnlyadll11l1lRtmtlon r01lDI 1 this to be the cose There are fir 000 negro voters In tho State of whom VOOtI are located in Louisville The latter an well organized nod drillel mini in other localities they are alert Of those 60 000 negro voters 40000 will east the 31cKmleyiGoobol was urnkiuK time race for Govcrnor he wont tilt r verything In IIIht including the 111 gro vote in a certain preolnctwhich WM exclusively black Timers wore tar uegn orkers at the halls wearing JOtIll uttons and praaumably tnflneuci nit tho votes of theft rare for toobel ItI was a certainty rather than a presump lion tthat they wore paid for their labor When tho votes wore counted GoI e1l had just throe This story wus told in by a Democratic i olitioian to show wh ho took 110 stock In tho reportsj of IH gnx s intending to rote for Bryan 1l guess he was riuht i rJJtnt OUT H V A MOH I Dowlftx Followirs oCclt to Iciur r MAVSPIBLD Onio Sept 10Am hIJi I today trove Zion Elder Ephralm Bw sjngor of Bluffton hid and two f Dowios followers horn out of the tit V I l nd thuj broke the monotony of tIjj usual routine followed for the post firSundays Elder I yftwllhoutjIiI saltations with his attorney Mr A A DOUlZla lbo lust last night hut 11 I turned again today Dud was holding I mooting at the hums of E II Luilj tho ofllocro went there and toe him to the doxt following by u jwirinu of several hundred Ho was n tw for apples tobacco cuds mtail vonudkloltrl as ho was uscortcd to the d pot and when lie arrived there ho KM nltlfnl tvissedwlIlJiime mob wont to the homo ofCulrtand took lout anti Frank oth Zion followers anti marched themi tho depot When an express trniu arrived all throe wero put on it and hustled out of tho city An Kxmnjili An oxauiiuation of the opunifion of i1 Hlnglo trust say time SuIt Triwt willl show how tho tariff makes frusta nut how thoir ability to fix rheas arbitral would bo ondod by placing their pr uct on tho iron list toSalt undor tho MoKinloyDinpliy tariff bill cannot bo imported tutu tin United States from foreign coniitrt except by paying H duty of from 44 tw coat Salt manufactured in u nrUnited States Is exempt from this IUh Itlutyt combined into trust prrHo111thoI I competition would put prices down to bpir proper level t II NOTICE TU Till TAXIMYKKS of FUliTOX COUNTY Mymilf or Deputy will bo at tho fol ktring planar to wit Fulton every Sol day at lit tint Dunk Hlckumn PV IY Saturday at F L M Bunk Mad r41 Bond Adams School House Wedl i nluy and Thursday OatH nod 4 Sus vfnw Ridge Sohool House Monday ht 8i uyrellrrlnosdny Out lU Jot inn Friday Oct 12 Match School District having a tax teei tol tI alto due and trust bo oollratod l an 7 ur State and County rovonuu Wo UK intMniit payuiunt of all UUM duo L and unW jwld by DKUKMBHll let I i Nre will lhe 0 xir lInt penalty added hd in no ORW will be oed M our MAluU law reulrtH the eellcotlon of Mtitnu We aro also required to make settle nint with the Suite Auditor by Jan 1 trill and as we aro required by law to hart and pay over till taxes due tho minion wealth on or by tho above nnur fit time wo will proceed to ndrertbto and lll property for taxes attar Des 1 11W h6nking our many fdgnds for prompt ytna ttvrlrouritrnlfJ T STUJInrJEJl LD CountyCl1Iiucioit for Halt Cyst 88500 now olTnrcd at 1600 oash inning guar and top almost fjeod aa JMC Apply at UOOHIBR Ofnan NoticetrLJ portion indebted to the by note or ajeoimt will IllCJW como forward at once ind settle up This youA SIIAW JStator Lino SopL flOUi FOR SALEt A 6wo yoar old hay mule fill hunts B gb wellI broke Also good driving red KuodDurham Muddt a xiut 1 mile wilt of Ml Hormon church I JOHN A McCuiiB jr Due U eJJ Drs J M Hubbard and O W Curlin tying IllaccdAl1I their claims In my minds for collection I hereby notify and rfriuorit nil or any potions indobtcd to qltlior of tho above to cull und settle My onico Is at F do M Bunk pcctluJllI i CARPB TEn Mixed Faints TJVcliavo added to our large Block FMPAIT TZS tLLPcomplclo line ol Scatty I J Mixeflf t 11- F i1IF A ll29lfSnr j v ALL COLORS Iand+ l guaranteed to bo of the BEST QUALITY OWGIIJI UOVGILL II- t DItU4CiIFtTJ J- S f I TMf LEADING TAILORS or- CMCAQO fWTB SKLt Up PANTStt 3Q r- rOvlrRCo1T8I lO A ALCTHCr LATEST 1 l i I AND c t iFROM of nits NaVlorDEPATO PUBLIC 1 engagedl Cil10Iln anti carry all n and took and Whiskoy as line anti a SPECIAL OFFER PouIdlI Whlakgytorua markM to content Whon you n colro it and last Hlf it U not itPTi return It nt my t+ and will refund you Woo + This u n mat libvral olTrr nod I await your onlttni W K VKHSTKIt 8 OD01VJ WholesaIe LfquQJrx UQ1JSe1 KYkv ICops i all Thlxtoh Millolt t Coa Owonsboro UIWli Hoat Hrntida Old Gold Old Wagon Dladoni Gins and Baal nod Quality Guaranteed yo IJuwiiKWrt uundticicd strictly acoonling to law iU CARUTHERS TmnRYI9 FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFECTIONERIES CLINTON tfTRHW UlOKMAV IHTuOKY Telephone No 93 h PARIS A A PARIS Jit Alex A Faris Son Wholesale and Httail Dcuiprs in OQAIi WOOD1 ANn MNBH- ICKMAN KY PIttfllitirg kanawha Illinois und Kontuulcy O E EAKER- aeLwraLoceiPowell Block Clinton St ofJtoherosad Choice Bargains 4 I i BBY R of PANTsS- ERYKEAbIE OVERCOAT l AhD s1YUs11DEsIkHs WORSTEDSCASSI1ERfS CUEYIOTS TADfiKS THt MillS A- FOREKHCOUHTRIES THE am in this I i of biinuNWH nt Union ul tinutg largo well assorted of Good 1iiro 011till nil other in that rcspoelfully solicit TKIALOKD1SK WB WEBSTER l itidirato Katbfao apr IIM I iV CLINTON in Stook of Dl ol Uqtiora Brciudias JWinQs Proof t ETC Ilivor Coals Most PEST lino goods I Cash Book Store II Splendid dolcotion of NEW I BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Escyee- f Cull and Oeo our Slouk Evoryra i Y i I thing up to tluloaJ MARY HKUKKUKH t LOI LIVERY STABLE 01TOSITK H II DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr surrbyscarriagesserved with conrlexy timid ixilltonisrt IIL tronugo solicited Telephone 10 CITY BARBER SHOP 4 ttot trytttgbarbers R U OALDWELL I WILL OROWELLn S- 4 i r y I an kAtM i1 ltairoa11lute Table i k N OStLI1UurAVcftr fftfuKo m Ie 9MI S m ftNo U nt tlfII M AUUIVBH Tralll 111TrimI Local and Personal 1tob Holm Sundaycd In humph s tgjTDuok tho Jeweler IH back to flUiy MtrnOtJMOIIUIIMrs Im Honnctt and HOII nro 1 Iiwm Spring for sovorul w coke Ilea Uottio Doddn loll lust weak lI willfurWheRtUrlllGoitiut Co Cnyuo Ky MMttryTaint last week MAnnleiws on dunint this wreck =They wiy tho first marriage will on i 101tttalolLthlfI t thoJnrgorjrtoiiiHjr house of 110 Amborg v Thomax HolcomlHt will leave next week for Luuhville to oompluto his rourtO in the school of pharmacy rIIQYGoitrit Co Cuyee Ky Mis Carriu Polk who has been vis Itjigm Dvorabunr Ions for sovU- w all eels returned homo last Sunday Mrs Magxie Wiloy neoHhorrill nnd htlilruii of Tlptun county 1Vnn are visiting their aunt Miss Hilen Anderson MlM Kate Hold left Tursdey to ntttttU Uelmont OtlleLo Nftshvlllo Tonn Hho oxjM oU to llUlld OliriHtiiuwnt homo tirAll kind of PriMli Fwli Oytem nod VTld Fowls inMiaMHi for mile at the Jlnkwtm Paeking Co Telephone 80 nItOilKfrOcnl tnontlM has nturued mueh t1m0 proved In liMilth Tern Itrowder nn old URIC high mtsatnstl olttzmi died Irhlay huthw home near Palestine ohnroli ti i aunty aged 00 yours Mlrt Cu4 JIfl the well knewn tai unit at mll was arrived in town 1V d ran and will hive olmrfe of Use P4 livery d jwrtin nt thin WHLMHI W n Powell nnd family left IlP ulIP I care anwl sxpeettr ilwAjv to do ACt fjf Pter thii 1Ixjut Phnn Kaime IB Uio r rtU tar tho jwleo tUoj1 UrrIMergerett 141 barr an It 1l1oclJH1 yatrTbj ValIyMO W W Pharos of Newborn I tIItl1flnr ii1JnaA wirdlal invlUttieii oxtondod tyall I L Pl Ittilmi who haw boon alswint s filnio time lbuying Boodji returned TJiuw htJInnnooiuplusUwk Mr Victor Amlwrg left Sunday to MoohauioaC01le t nuritTiuttutriouc l ooyUeltitMethodlet o Sunday following He at thvohuroh whlwalTonuTlwselstr UrunuktNICant I Co Cnyeo Ky tRlIlIlof1 vTa Ark Mrs Murphy tan elstor of JullnJrall1QnI knownto hil1tI for of Island No 8 below Hioktnan Kv llshownrn I rr SAttirday by Roy J H Roberts t BST Wo have cxoluftlvo safe of Bunks Kftilioim Cooking Stoves ninth HanguH C hunttl s jrlgjSlovoa stud aro in n position to otfur you soma bargniim Soo us JottK Ss Co Cnynff Ky 01ton Dotnooral Mr John Ijarnott a itrominont merchant of Hornbouk was With n party of tlfly going through Ark t ntmorningof of PlOW PoIlllB OCKhoI Jmpool1tor withMumot HallMondays will lio rendered will lhI kpown later thnt1Irmost hoifornblo citizens of Fulton ty hits nccoptod a position in tho coupwsn of Rico it Nay lor whore his many IrlondHIcan find him hereafter You trada with him can ilnpond upon fair ginhitHqiiaro dealing tII0U I will repair your watdh or clock thanleoi Spout pr money rofundedtR W5 DUCK i g uJiri It r 41 1- I 7tt I r 1 j 1 I lili II ifc JMTTyHMHHhr i yJMJHjUj JBBJI It t Shaws Sales i Still Continues ORnt ntUI11S and arrange for now Department we are ntor+ r BARGAINS i in stuff not ahe1P worn for years but THIS SEASONS GOODS nt prices that a- rcHard I I HittersII- h V a JUST LOOK BELOW s 8500 lIENS SUITS for 285 700sic u t1 460 800 I 500 650r250cc cc cc 860 Finer Suitings in I oportion J I I 8100 Pants go at TOc j 150 Pants go at 100 HiI 8200 Pants go at 125 250 Parts go at ii75 300 Pants go at 200 A fine line of I Sjinimcr Soft Shirts at 25c 50c and 75c atflVflDfl J HOES she13urr aiIs inancityIlJ M B Shaws Sonsr Courier oRlliitlons Tho roughest roads nro those we nut yu not traveled over A brldtfo hoflld never ho eontlemn until It inns boon tried by Its pints A politician loft niono with his con wileneo seas n1l hty llltlo company In diving to tho bottom of ploimuroH wo bring up more grate limn pearls HOK bulldti a Host in n mans heart whore dlsupiKiintinont liatohositH brood1 W siun rare not inventive HB u rule Thoy huvo no ouKumaKH for now wrln klort Mind of moderate caliber ordinarily hQollilUlolr 2nd Hand Furniture 1 Oak hal rann miilo 1 oxtonsion tta ble 1 kitohoti btblo 1 uooking Htovo Li jwrlor oonl stove ito for solo Only boon in UM u few month Apply atC- OURIKK OPPIOB Social Kiilcrlatniiiinl A oleo sooial nntortaiument was gl en by Mr hnd Mrs Curlin on Wuiluas tiny ova must Wo had ulco mnsio run dorod by Mws Malwl French who is ghly accomplished in music bo oclock roiroHlunonU woro sawn 1 Tlioso prosont wOro Miss Mabel Fronoh and I1n Ourlln Uessio lVonoh and Arthur Funnio TeffrioH nnd Blanco Clark nio MoNonlaud Jas luwneoidllrthandler Hattio Kiwd and Hob 1 nl darn Townsond and Tom French NotI tlo Stahr ninth toothy JoiTrios Olara Sliaw Millio Cnrliu and Odar Tows Bond I Delhi Hallow nud John Shut I Vonio Waters nnd Jessie MoNo l REMOVED II IJUOHANAX has snored leis 1st- Dry Uoodft from tho ground tloor to tho room upotaim over his grocery bon whore he wit continue to sell goods at ButmncoStrclrAturn to tho loft Oor PIiiffrcoH Uplnton Thoro should bo n general cleaning ont of tho gong that inns betrayed the Honublio at Washington Jlonosl1ybolhvo hnlJionould be tho Bticcesa of the Democrats Mcmnloysr enough towanl Iris shoulder to control s bramor wlllllOwerIII poopke Philippines and Oniuix How long they Huffor to bo controlled by such euoiniea of tho RojiubUo us Hnu un 415LIFE WAS IN IUXUEK Kxcltitig Capture on the Ktrcr Mill dfilrc States Ho HopuLJicII Detective 4ill1 Colon hind nn exciting oxiKiriunco near Three Status n soulII village on Uio Minsouri side of the MLs siiwippl rivor occur tho Kentucky border 1wholl ho arrested Eva Cutzlngor format Iiy of No U North Twentythird street on n warrant charging her with disjxis lug of mortgaged iirojHjrty Union says that William Kirkondall n trend of tino Cutzingor woman who was with her on tho boat grabbed n Winchester riilo nndI dcuhired that fif tho detective mnelo JUt IrkLie muzzle of his revolver to the bond of th woman and told KlrkondnlJ that htII would scout if tho Winchester was ellI ohnrxed At tho Hiiggontion of tho wo i i loan Kirkondall lowered his rifle nud I I NadritivMo In n gasoline Ixiat wham ho vuuglit nn Iron Mountain train for hit Louis Boyonil months ago 1Bra Cutzingor pur IurniturotandLJcsIOII wasdDetectto I I tokTho piano and furniture are on n flat boat near Doviln Island opposite tho Kentucky Hhoro in tho Mississippi rivor I I StLouisSearing tho End iluishetlU0kmusician uoigbhonssonro making threats Haltiuioro Amen can Cheap tales to St Lonln Mo Hurl Return Via M Jr U It R Account St Louis Exposition anti Fair Agents of tho Mobile Ohio II R Wickliuo JKy to Jackson Teun will sell tickets to St Louis Mo and ra turn on Monday Sept 17 and oil each untiltlltaroIfivot1nof tho St Louis Fair Agents of tho M StLouisroturningnboyOroncl0 M SHE AHP U P A T Mobile Ala J DRY TIMES BllaBoatty McGchco For tho Hickmau Conrfor retrainToOu vonld seam that Jupiter was spill OK All f his hydrants on us that were tilling Tos trend our feathers and stand and ako it US hot n joyous earth a rain would logo It mustTillC yco JCy Soot 12 1900 R 2 NhopIennblrendytoCtowelseyoute InI 300 Shoes FOR Ladies and Gentlemen The dealers are scarce who can equal our 300 Shoo Values Wo rare prepared to vivo real extraordinary values in HENS BOYS I LADIES MISSES and- CIIIUDBENS SHOES School ShOOBThat I tho strain Wovo just opened a line ofitho Nobbiest Shoes for Boys and Girls that wo have over shown and not the most expensive sorts either BICEIYLORf FOR THE BEST IN GROCERIES 7Gowant FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TOr Rogers ThrelkelsTTP- TODATE GROCERY IrWITTINQB OLD STAND I Clinton Street FRESH ME ATa CASH SHOE STORE I I I i s J r Goods Delivered Free l Tolephonc74t VI LEBFOID lkt 1AHDLE Groceries Fresh Meatsf Hardware Queensware 6 Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement NWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and noI pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Tolphone G Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office J tULky and MeJSh lry Whe t D Us F tr liver and VU1can Oliill MoversLawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hnmcs Uackbands Traces c r iBU 1GIES A and HARNESS of tho best grades and styles always in stock in large quantities To get one r to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give its n trial HIC E F FIEEVE1S COorn 1iNIENTT CKY 1460 zk 1 j 1 I r t 1 taRttYif-n o BRYAN ON TRUSTS Dom crati Nomin eoAttacks fi the Ruinous Monopoly Reign of Republicans Responsible for the Constantly Inoreasing Num ber of Trusts f Business Gravitating Toward the Offices of the Big Corporations j v Farmers Feeling the Effect of Growing Combines tn the Decline I of Prlcas i I In a lengthy nddrttwi nt St Louis Sauiwthy night September 13 UilHain 1 liryttii iiuiiic n vlgontu an cunvinc in onslaught on the trusts aid the ItriiatftigtpriHff tndenei of the re publlonn party saying The lament of Davtd over Alumlom Is one ot Ihe most ptwtk pII ogee of the Old Te tamenl lb ft that the eon was In rebellion aKalnet evil an well as iwrentol autherltv did not stake the fathers afertlwij nml tIle anxtMM query In the young man AbMtom nafeT llngm In the mtn greatblebDuvtd felt in his MR Atwalom has Its iwnillel In the tnurr than It fl lem families IWOINolove or overstate the abiding Interest which the father fesis In the welfare of his child From the time when the mothers life IWHRS In the balance at the boy birth until the death of the parents titers Is Marretr a waking hour when the son Is not present In their thoughts Rod BUM It e lIx to this parental devotion so universally recognized that I desirel to appeall on thus I occasIOMIAiirnl to Inrrntnl Drvollon- II would call the Attention of very fay ther and mother to And In du trial conditions I would ask them to anal the e conditions Investigate thehfl eew and their temlenrhf I would press upon th m tide question In the young Ins Atwatoni afe Are you mtlUfliMl with the poMlbilUle and the probabilities which now open before your ton lit he sate when foreign or dcu1ttllcI InHnelcrM are showed to determine theImonetary system under which he IhIisI he safe when mitlonal banks control buriiiFMiT the volume r money with whklyhe dotsI IIs be safe when the bond hulling class dcterrnlnes the alz of the national debt j upon which he must help to pay Interest T U ht safe when by means of taxes laidIr nlmnct entirely upon conwumptlou he IIIII rompelleiU to contribute according to his w nu rather than according to his 110ItilonK InIthose who are to represent him In the senate of the United States notknow deIIt trial by jury through thh system knw n as government by injunctionlis he safe If a laboring man when hi I dented the protection of arbitration and f impelled to submit to such hours and trm as a corporate employer may pro poneThe lirlun of Monopoly Dui t desire to call special attention to the growth of the trusts and to ask you whether your son is sate under the reign leavehimthan I freetorn1hsndla for the advancement of his own When there IIs Industrial Inde v pendence each citizen Is stimulated to earnest endeavor by the hope of being able energyhisI when private monopol reaches Its full development each branch of Industry will be controlled by one or u few men and theI fruits of monopoly like the divine right of rule will be kept within the possession of n few from generation to generation while the real producers nf wealth will be condemned to perpetual clerkship or servi tude When prlvat monopoly reaches Itsi full development your son will buy the t finished product at Ihe price which oly fixes he will sell ruw material at the price which monopoly fixes nnd1If he works for wages he will work for such compensation and UIKIII surh conditions as monopoly Charte ityFlintooftthe Rubber Goods Manufacturing company In a speech dellv tnd In Unstop on the KthofJMay U99 out lined the trust programme with great frankness In speaking of the advantagea t to be derived from the trust system he said Outline of Trust rriiKrniiiinr i I Itnw muterlal bought In large ouan lilies Is secured at lower prices Wlun for Instance one man woolt the price of wool will belowered and alls pridelxedof our people are engaged In b flan of various kinds of raw material and i theiI The second advantage In that those plants whlchare best equipped and most ad vantageously situated are run continuous R ly nnd In perference to those less favored This means that factories can be closed in the smaller towns and business concen 4 4traled In the large centers It means that whenever there Is a surplus on hand tart of the factories can be closed Rod the burden of maintaining prices thrown upon the wage workers There are already scattered throughout the land Idle monumentlito the of Ihe trust system The next advantage mentioned IIii that In case of local strikes and tires the work goes on elsewhere thus preventing erlotis 10M This means that u monopoly can abso lutely control Its woiklngmen for if a strike occurs in a factory In one state the factory can be closed down Indefinitely while the employes are starved Into sub mloslon and as the trust can do the work In some other factory without serious loss It IU quite Independent of the employee and can absolutely prescribe the terms and con Thectmore managers will be to arbitration1 because In cave of any contest between the trust and Us employes the trust will have every advantage and Ihe employe will be perfectly powerless Here Mr Bryan speaks of till ef frets of trusts upon the entnnierelnlef 1 I IrnrlcrBof the country showiiif how ttheir services will be dUpiiued with r Tic nlco quotes from the InveBtinent t tGuide the iiiiincs of V large corpora tions which he term as triutu formcil i under MeKInloy- Xo 1 lope from Itrpiibllvnii During the present administration no boneel has been made to jiiotcct Ihe from these monopolies The rep ub- si Mean party controls the oxrcull1 And thee 3lslatlve depurtrrents of which 1i nowibut It dues neither No persons rein wutch the conduct of the republican party and 1 t rend the upecchen of republican loader and still believe tho republican arty slit trustsIThe ropublican platform an this Ques 1 lion nnd the president Irtrr f Accept HUM tken In connrctlon wtin in put a i iturd prove conclusively that nu rend X91- 4Sk tt tra3 II can be hoped for from that party In stead of pointing out the erlls of trusts the republican loaders spend their tune In exulting over present conditions The trust IIs n part of present conditions and Mr Flint from which 1 have already quoted declared that the formation of large corporations was one of the im portant features of what he described as the present business activity It republic an lenders really regarded private monolt olY all UII evil It they really intended to xl11 ply nn effecilve rem trust send not hesitate to denounce suggest moans for their extermination but they oxpross far more solicitude for the corpora lion than for the people at large One Is reminded of the picture which n mother once showed to her boy to Impress upon his youthful mind the sufferings of the Christian martyrs who were being thrown Intb the arena and torn to pieces by the lion+ The ht at the picture for n moment und then his face brightened up as he thought he caught the Idea Pointing down into one point of the picture he said Why mamma there Is one poor little lion that Isnt getting a but It la even so with the republican leaders Their sympathy goes out freely to any corporation which lit their opinion Is not getting Its share but they are not moved by the hardships 1m pored by monopolies upon all who are put ildo of tte charmed circle Three sessions of con geesa liars convened and adjourned since tal presidents Inauguration ami yet he has never rerommended a specific meas ure looking toward the overthrow of inoiHi oHe Ill per Money Trimt At the opening of the last session of congress the republican leaders prrtwied through the house and senate a bill creat ing a paper money trust std surrendered info the hands of the national banks corn Ilk II control of the national currency Just as congress was closing a iarclal and hypocritical to deceive the publk by the introduction ot An anti trust amendment and an anlltrtwt bill The amendment was not necessary and was Intended to deprive the states of the power whit then now posses rather titan to confer upon congress new authority This vicious amendment was defeated In the house by the democrat The repub lican leaders then confessed the stated meet unnecessary by Introducing an antitrust bill which was supported by the democrats but which died In the senate JUIII as It was expected to die The repub lINn majority In the senate referred the bill to the judiciary committee against the ateimromediatedraws Its contributions from the trusts during the campaign and fags bock Its ob ligations by leaving the people at the lose iy of the trusts between campaigns Let us note bristly the effect of the trusts upon various clone Iteference has I alreadyy been mad to tlMolOmmrrlallra eler the hotel keeper the railroad I hi ilt errmaa and the newspaper The Hffect of Trusts The lawyers are ftatifng that with the growth of trusts the bounces ie gravitat ing toward the oltlren corporation attorneys while tens fortunate prmctltlnn ers are becoVnlnB law clerks The scion suffer from the theatrical trust The stroll manufacturer Is constantly menaced by the trusts He doe not know at what moment some large corpora tlen will attempt to mono illis the buatnae in which M Sa engaged IInd rive him hlll chok between lrskrwpt cy and imrtlclrMtlon In an IndustrialI eon plracy against the rest of the country Many have Keen driven Into the trust or Ranhutlon by the larger corporations en gaged In the sane business or by trusts formed to control Iron steel tin plate or some other product used as a bests for far they manufacture tn what bulnea ran your son feltInvestI a small amount of capital today start Into any lade pendent bwlnes be will find It tlltn lIlt If not Imnonatble to compete with a large or f1l1lzAtloQ If It attempts to undersell him In his lerrltar tecatao It can sustain It self by colWting high prices In other part of the country If he suppresses his moral monopolyhemay attempt tn freeze out the smaller stockholders The merchant Is losing his Independ uponvhlchhe htlthshortene and the merchant will be com pelted to tear all the risks of trade When the trust raises prices the merchant usual Ily has to divide the advance with hip cus tome so far as stock on hand In concerned but when the trust overstocks the market and then lets the price taIL the merchant must bear the loss on accumulat ed stock When for Instance the American Steel and Wire company closed several of Us factories a few months ago ami threw some 6000 employes out ef work II dropped the price of nulls and barbed wire In order to work oft a surplus stock which1 prletllhallI lost money on the nails and wlnran hand There Is already overproduction In many lures The supply ef common chairs IIs now oor dembly In excess of the de mand but lest the republicans may try to pfoIpie are too busy to may that there IIs also dullness In the shoe trade The Iron Age In A recent Issue pointed out that the production nf iron was foiling off the decrease then amounting to more than COOCO tons per month Duns report of July 21 stated that the woolen milts were run nine at lees than half their capacity and even recently the cotton manufacturers have been threatening to either reduce wages or shut down temporarily According to Duns report the business failures have been greater during each month of 1900 than they were during the same months of last year and this occurs In the midst of good crops and when two gars are In progress Trusts and ArbKrnry Viiietnnttons The contractor can figure with some ac curacy so long as natural lawneontnj but ho cannot protect himself against the ar onlpOMlblcontrols the market The farmer Is one of the most important factors In our national life Some one hn said lo him The hand that guides the plowshare feeds the world He Is npt a stockholder n any of the trusts but he feels the extortion practiced by them all I am not farming on a large scaleI but the which have been clrcu hated concerning my oat crop justify me In making reference to my own experience The New York Tribune recently printed a dispatch from Nebraska to cite effect that I hall lust sold 4SOQ bushels of oats at 90 cents per bushel supposed to be the yield of 120 acres and that the amount received for the oats was more than double the price paid for the land The Tribune article then proceeded to dilate upon the prosper ity of the farmer using my experience as An Illustration And assorted that the farmers of Nebraska were becoming so opulent pariyacres of oats Instead of ISO acres second That the oats have not yet been threshed so that the yield Is not known third That asta Art riling for less than 22 cents In hi sago Instead nf a cents In Nebraska and fourth That the Iffhd upon which the oats were ratted cost me over Jtoo nn acre In stead of W It when threshed my oats themIntotal Income from the the acres will be 110 or IleM than aright per cent on the Invest plowingnot Income from that rive acre tract will not exceed four per cent on the money In vested I do not mean to judge others by my own experience but t mention the facts 111IICfIInnd credit a republican administration with good crops making no allowance for the crop failures wnlch occur from time to time Decline of Inrin Product nut while on the oat question let me call attention to the statistics given In the Investment Guide already referred to According to ill Co the average prlcos received by farmers for oats during the seven years beginning with 1803 nnd ending with 1W9 were an follows 19J 291 1801 324 1 B6 19 C 1X90 137 1897 21 5 1893 265 ISO 24 U Ac cording to these figures outs averaged ZS rents a bushel during the four years of Mr flevelundc administration and only 24 cents per bushel during the three years of Mr McKlnley8 ndnilnlstrutlonthe present your In not yet complete but oats tire at the present time below the averageAecortlingto the same authority the average prices received by the farmers for corn were as follows isos S6I 11437 1VJ5 303 1KG 318 JS87 J63 lidS at7 1U 30S making tin average of nbmjt JOJXdurlnK the four years of Mr fleve land a admlnlsrntlon and Il durln the three years of Mr McKlnleys udmlnla IJIr trallonthe fourth year la nut 1eIt photo but corn Is ut this time nboyirue et eragoy Wheat according to tho ram atitlk r Ity brought to the farmers the followjJu prices ISW R8 6St1 491 1SS4 60U pi7S6 UiIi 08 IKS 5S2 1SO 681 shQVrf a higher average during the last th e rll thun notllcomplelo4Innitfourth year wV IIIs now above the average I According to the amo authority cqitfm planters rtCtllnt the following lrIt- IItII 609 191 16 ISt4 U9 lfi6 e6j t t ljiravorsRsClevelnniVa administration than diirtnn the three years of Mr McKlnloys admin tratlon the fourth year Is not yet cum plcte but cotton In now above tho mrfr age prltLAsh snee In SlcrelinnUUe Vhen however the farmr altmnill to use his Income In the IlIIrehRfll of fir ttelfshavefor lumber nails wire her warp stoves and agricultural Impkmeztt 31orh also for oil sugar clothing furn tore In addition to these draft ttInduiHin h he must meet nu Inciraj t In federal taxation Let the parent calculate how lainIt twill take a farmer to become lndeKitd i t under present conditions let him ccj tract the lot of tho farmer with the I t of the mite who profits by Kovurnmest i farorittsm and grown rich by the oxptai atton of hili countrymen through the p lit strum nt llty of monopoly und ttfam let hIm answer the question 1Is the 11H5farmers ij at reason for giving support to the reps Mean party Next to the farmer In point Af JIg hers and Importance come the wage far era What le the trust doing to f ties wages shorten the hours IIriVhr the condition er protect the right r the laboring man la hIa prwoot nrgatwji r n Inviting onet la he Noc lvtnit a fsir share of the proceed ef his tell AM Ii nut why noU Itenvhllcftn aert tktli Ithe working map ha a full dine piill I ask In the 11lleo whttlloI n full dinner pall h IaMrir man needs It la an lnnU to the waif earner to any that hie tlMMwht are tot l ilrel renteredMiM hilt physical w 1IItrpiibHran editor And speakers aaswt that the Inhering man to alt Montacl They art atrn ttte theory that he cos- plain only wbe I hUftlrl Ord happt whsses nto hunger ta appease Thr Pull Dinner fall If a fun dinner pall were the asthing desired and taeoniHt tut had plenty te euu ttjll tutu be ssaty tor the to flu 1 labursI If oountlful traps some to the tarmac I dregs no thank a republican admtnleut lion If a famine abroad rwlw1 the pelt of farm products here toe farmer d not thank the republican warty tar brie log the famine If an Mnexperted and e 1 unpromlwMl tncrow In the RuM sappll gives any rMpIt from nnanolal wtnif getter can the renubttcan party elY credft The question 1s trot wneth the laboring mast to able te exist nun Irt coral ttosa but whether be to M of the biewrtmt ef if ecoaetiand the prateetlon of the gw rnment Compare tile lhodsg Ill with the treat magnate and see whk- fares the beet at the hands nf the r pulillratt party inquire alas1 wut- he Inboring mom Income has Iacrare All rapidly as hI living oxpsaes nut eves If even labjwftiK mss wi pnMBeroa a and even If that proa ni could be traced Ie rejnjbHcan tegtefeUwF still the la a cltHen an must took at political attention from tl citizen standpoint lie coastal jlftto barter away future security he taJ not afford to sleep whit his iHrtiMlrt Independence lto being destroyed Nel can he bf tatlessl Into an Imperialist Iran no matter how well the trap nu be batted with food During the past campaign laboring iw were threatened with idleness by ee ployer who deslrel to cor re them Int the support of the republlean flake Many ot them were told not to return I work unless the republican were Mr CMsful fthMemPlortJ usetlA Jrtl i i thhOINtil vonce have been mad In imp briob h Industry slitee 1S06 remember tlllt one advance was neeoaeory ta oempeiMie f r the retluetlona which oaenrr l Mar the last eteettoH At this point Mr llrynn oueh l upon tilt eoerHve jollio ln employd by republicans in IMP nhowinff o the oppreiwlvi tvndeiioiex of allm nojHillCM lit mentioned also the crjuiinntlnn of railroads in favor f capital Dnngern of Militarism Is your son safe wKen a large mlliiTv e tntin hment In being built up to I bet syndicates organized ta develop i taut lands When Mr McKinley wr augurated there were only StWiO sklrI- n the regular arm In December i lcthe resident recommended that iC standing nrmy be Increased to Mawi r a A republican hoMse of repre enuii rt prompt to dn his bidding paused n II and this was done after the tress pwice wise lgne l and before hosilln broke out In Manila Why did we ned such an army 1osslbly the 1nit iu Issued by thu Philippine Lumber a IN vetopment company will explain Tue onipany Mil an otlle In the Men li r Loan ill Trust building IK Adams t irtChicago The priM pectu ways Nk I atlons are pending for timber rights id lybeenI are rapidly approirhing completion Soother company can compete with thi n In getting a llrst foolhujd In the lsll lniu and l iir several years b least this tn pen will be ahead o all compete tIt also quotes from an article in vAmerican Lumberman In which ui r the following Tnllke most tn i 11bl countries the tabor problem Is i a 1 solved by the hlneee labor whirl Iin plentiful and The sped1st may see an advantage In mllltc m and imperialism but where ta the Iu r- Ing mans share lie will furnish ar for the army and will help to pa nr expenses of war but he has no pair Jn the profits AH some ono has xt r fit hili lot Is to Die for the dividend 01 Dives In your son safe when the docrii o equality before the law Iis repudiated I- twhen i tilt arguments which have ever iesused In support of kingcraft are tallest to Justify taxation without representation nd government without the consent i r i he governed Many their nupiirt to an Imperialistic policy without rile tsrOnmlenoflaborqlionratrternhttheI ohohaveIuhnnorand our form of government and wh arti IhtlomhIiamlltarlmliberty and freedom for all our prop Appeal to Kreenien Whether this nation shall be 11 d upon as a afayette aiding others i ob IdtuduhIfulreceiving hatred In return lto a unon which you must help to decide Let m Bor appliedmindfulalongtn merchandise great piled un ellI her side he sought out a bird store ant lurchasing a number of birds opened iilr leaaskedandItunr captive free 1tIrthcothevetthrowprnalph4the CROItIrlhutlan to be spread on the doctrhn of selfgovernment than to regard lra Itt paplort stand by the side of the cage you rut Ultdootlori f e ARE SWIFT AND BURL Gods Judgments Are Like Sharp Razors Says Dr Talmage Nation of the Worlil Arc Klllirr IMin shed or Uewnrdeil All Calami tles Are Directed lir Di vine Wlmluntt Copyright 1900 by Louie Klopeh Dr Talmnpe In hIs Journey went rtnrcl through Kurnpe has recently via ited tootic of thrilling historic events Ho send hits sermon In whloh 11 shows thnt notions arc jnitgcil in this world anal that JOlt rewards them for their virtues nnd punishes them for their crimes The text la Iiwlnh 7 0uJn the same tiny shall the Lord hate with a razor that Is hired name lly bv them heyorftt the river by the king of Assyria The ttiblu Ilit the bohlMt hook ever written Then are tee alinnittidot 1n hula or the luau or tkp Odyssey eo daring Hi imagery coin tines neeui n the verge of reckless but oust rein so The fet to that Qed would startle anti arouse and propel men MIM nations A tuine ttnd limping lwlU tude would fall to aovamMish throb jeer Yhlle there ore time when 110 employs In I bo lit hie tilt gentle dew and the morning trtowil and the dove and the daybreak In the presentation of truth we often had tic Irttt char lot the Ugktnlng the Nlttlttl nake tile apron the sword pad ID my text the razor This keen untried iMtroment has advanced in Mefulnof with the- apes In IMble dunes and lands the beard remalAd uneMt Mite In the Ben cone of HMMiralng and bwmlUatlnH but the raiw was nlwnya a aujfgeatlve sym bol DavM MU of Detr his antngen lit Thy t Bgne IB A Wrp rata work- Ing deeeUfnlly Ikat Im it Ipretend te clear the tree hat IU really wed for deadly iMtttai- In 1 Ibis striking1 text thus weapon of the toilet appears under the follow iugrlrewmtaioeat Judea needed ta here some of 111 prwprrltle eat Rand God tendtagdnet It the AMyrtai klnr first Sennacherib then Itomr haddon said afterward Xebwenadnej liar These three sharp Iifvaatone that eat down the ytarr of Jades nrectrai pared to M runny sweep at Ike razor across the face of till land find thlM drtnitatioBt were called n hired ra cur because Oaf took the king of Ass yrta with wkoin He had a sympathy to do the work sail paw theta in pal1 area and spoils sad annexations These kings were hired to execute the Pi vine behests And HOW the text whteh on IU tint rending may have seemed trivial or Inapt is charged with mo tnentoup Import lit the tome day- gha t Isar1- t reJit th8t1 ll IIe etnU lie rivet by kings of Ayr1 Well if Gods Judgments are ra zors we hud better lie earefHl how wr Ufce them on other people In careful PIIIatoHeh them sad where the bands of children may not reach thorn Sash Instruments niHt be carefully handled or not handled at RI nut how reek lessly tome peoiric wield the Judgment of God If n man meets with hwbi non mlRfortune how many there are ready to wry nut That Is a Judgment of Oed upon him because he waa Mn Koriiputous or arrogant or overreavb lag or miserly I thought fce CHIld get out down What a cleanI sweep of everything lilt city horse and 1country haiiw gene Ills lablel eiiin tied of all till line bays and aerrrls nod grays that used to prono by lite door All his resources overthrown and nil thnt be prided himself on tumliWd into demolition Good for hint Stop my brother Dont sling round too freely the judgments of God for they tire razors Some of Afye most wlckrd ImnineM men Ulcellfand they 1e and die In proKpority nnd sortie of the most hottest anti uoncii ntlous tare driven Into bankruptcy IVrIiaM the iinnuo coraful mans manner woe iinfortu note ntnlhe was not reallvsns proud ax lit looked to be Sema of those who carry their heads erect and look Imperial are humble as n child while many u matt In seedy coat and elouuli hut nnd unblnrked shoes Is ds proud af Lucifer You cannot tell by n nmnn look 1erhnpnjie was not tiny licrupuloiiit In business for there tern two ftftlcn to every storyand everybody that accomplishes anything or himself or others gets fnmmtrioualy lied nbont Perhaps his iMihinrvt mis fortune was not n punishment but the fatherly discipline to prepare him for Ilcavcii nnd God may love him far more than He loves you who can pay dollar for dollar nnd an put- down in the commercial catalogues as Al Whom the Lord loveth lit gives 400000 and lets fill on embroid ered pillows No whom the Lord loveth Ho chnstdicth Ilrttcr keep your hand oft the IordV razor heal they cut nnd wound people that do not deserve It If you want to shave off some of the bristling pride of your own henrtdo so but be very oiirufiil how you put Ihe sharp HKV tin otto ers How I do difcllktt the behavior of those iJtrfons who when people arc unfortunate say I told you so getting punished sirvfd hiinrightlI If those Itold you soc got Itheir desert they would mpg ago have been pitched over the battlements The mote in their neighbors eyes BO small that It takes n microscope lo tutu It gives thorn more trouble than the beam which obacures their own optics With air sometimes super cilious and sometimes phnrnsalcal nod always blasphemous they take the razor of Divine judgment and sharp en It orj thQ hone of their own hard tkeartt null then go to work on wen y t sprawled out at full length undar disaster cutting uiorollossiy They begin by noft exproM of sympathy and 111till unit praise and lather the vlutliu all over before they put oil the sharp edge Let UM tJQ careful bow we shoot ut others lost we take dawn the wrong ouo remembering the servant of long William tutus wno allot ul u doer but the arrow glaneed ngiiliut u tree and killed thu king Instead of going out with shafts to lpierce and rnKora to out we had better Imitate tile friend of lllchnrd Loeur de Lion Kiuhurd In tho wnr of the Crusades was captured and Imprisoned but noun of Pita friends knew where so hits loyal friend went around the land front stronghold to stronghold and sang ut each window u smitoh of RJIg that Richard Coour de LJon hud taught him In other days And one lily coining before a Jail where he suspected Ills king might be Inenr oanitcd ho snug txvo lines of sung and ImmcUiutcly King Itloliartl responded from his cell with the other two Hum and so ids wkemubonU were dUehvcVml and a suecisafal uiovonuut wits Itl oboe made for his liberation So let us no up and down the world wltk the mails of kind words and ayiHmth tla henrtn sere itndtiig tho unfortunate awl trying to get out of trouble won who hud noble natures but by unforeseen elretn siui+een care boon iiMHrternted tkiM lllmnitlHg king More kyiim book aril leati rusar- Itopoclnlly I ought we to be apolo gift tied iMonrtful townnl those who whit they Hli d great faults have nbw piint virtue No weld verily nut no Hewers I miwt not be toe iHiioh enntl ed at n nettle along the fence If It be In a lick eAHUtinbtg 40 Mares of ripe MieklgRH wheat SOIH time ago aturalU toW HS there WMB on the MMM n spot 1O coo miles tong but front the brlgktKM tad wnrtnth I WNiehtded It waa a good deal of a CHH will Tko nun onn f fend to liars n very large slot upon It though it be MOOO mules long and I nm very aiMilogette for tkooe won who bave great faults while ut the same time they have amgHlfUeHt vlr toes AgMin when I road In wy text tktthe Lord taM with the hired raise of AMtyfla the land of Jvdm I Utluk myMlf of the prua Mon of Goda pwrt 4oM e A rncor acing the tantb part of an melt out of the rlgbt UN aloha either faflnre or teeratfam list Oods dealings never slip tad they do not tulle by the thousandth part of nn Inch the right dtroetion People talk na though things In this world were at loose ewetc Cholern aweops across Marseilles and Madrid and Palermo amt we watek anxiously 1m the epidemic sweep Kurojte and merlon 7 People salt That will entirely de prndtai whether the Inoculation hi u mKtatfMtut ixi nrlinontj that will do jHind entirely nn quarantine regula tions that will depend on the eorly or late appearance of frost That ep idemic in pit eli rd Into tbe world anti 1 it goes blundering sterns the eon tinents and It IIs All gHoMwork and un appalling terhnps I think per blips that lath had M mthlng to do with It and that Ills mercy may have in some way protected un that lie may have done as much for us as the quarantine and the health afHeprs It was right oral n necessity that nil oautlun should be used but there bore come enough maoaronl from Italy and enough grapes from the south of 1France and enough rags from tat terdemalions and hidden In these ar HelM of transportation enough 1Ii1l 1 ernie germs to hove left by this time ail11w cities mourning In the eeme terles 1 thank all Ithe doolarn and quarantines tint more than all and first of nil and last of nil and all the time I thank God In nil the 6000 years of the worlds existence there tins tint one thing merely liMppened so God IIs not nn nnarchlnt hut n king n father When little Tad thlion of free dent Lincoln died nil America sym Hithlzed with the sorrow in the white linuxr He used to rush into the room where the cabinet WHS III sessIon anti while the most eminent men of the kind were dlscusning the question of national existence Hut the child hall no care about those questions Saw God the Father and God the Son and Unit the Holy Ghost art In perpetual ICI1In regard to ibis world and kindred worlds Sloth you ills chili rush In to crltlrltio or arraign or eon dcinn the Divine government Xnt she oablnit of the Hternnl Three cart govern and will govern in Ihe wisest and heat truly and there nerer will be- n mistake1 and like razor ikillfully swung shall cut Hint which ought to be cut and avoid thut whluh ought to be avoided Precision to the very hnlrbreadth Earthly tlmcpIccoH may get out of order and strike wrong saying It Is one oclock when it N two or two when It Is three Godn clock IIs nlwnyn right and when it Is one it strikes one anti when It Is 12 It strikes 12 anti the second hand IIs as accurate an the minute hand Further my text tolls us that God ftomrtiuifH slaves nations In tho mime day shall the fiord shave with n rnor thnt IN hired With one sharp sweep lie went across Judea and tloun Went its pride and Its power In 1851 God shaved the American nn ttion We had allowed to grow Sab Lath desecration and oppression am blasphemy nod fruml nod Impurity and nil Kortf of turjHuilc The south trail HB sins and the north its slits and the cast lt sluts arid the wrat its slits Wo had been warned ngiiln and again and we did not heed At length the sword of wnr oii trot the fit Lawrence to the gulf nod from At lantlo seabord to Pacific seaboard The pride of the Inuit not the cow ards but tho heroes on both ttldvs went down And that vblch we look p lor the sword of war wu the lards razor In ISftS gnln It went Aarnse tin land In lSGI again is IW ICflh- ThNI the sharp Inntriimfnt w3M In rnsfd and put away Never lit the history of the ages was any land more thoroughly shredl that during those four yours of ewei i uut bat toil my brethren if wr lie + lotIquit souse of our fndMrtunl old nay c tloiml sins the rorlt will ngalll tske us In hand Ice has other fnwri with JJ- III reroh beside warepidemics droughts deluges I plagues rare 1 hopper nail OcHilltor onr overiowr lug success stay so far excite the jsl ousv of other Innd that under wme pretext the great nations may f 1 tn blue to put us down Our nation so eufaily approaelunl on north pad south and from hotel oaoans might hate tin hand at once muro hostilities titan went over nrruycd against any one K wor 1 hope no nuoh oumblnhtMa ugulnst lie will ever tat formed but fwunt to show that as Awyrla was thti blyei razor nKln t liabylOn antS the HUIM the hired razor agnlnot the Unlka there are now many razors that the IxtTfi poiild hire tt boeflUMj of our national Una He diOMM undertake to share is In 1870 Germany was Uio moor wltk which the Lord shaved France JnjMiH wan tho rusor MIN whlok He shoved China pd Anserlm the rarer with which He hared arrn taut oppraoalve and IllWe hating Hmii Hut nation are to repent in n 11ey Mtll n peedy tutus wnrblwtd ecMfting to Ood kinder en both Mucus the ten nit national enlam lly list fe net let us an n nation either by mtrightoow law At WHIt IIngton or lard lives among asrtttIvraa duly the Almighty One we J11 think tbat asr nn ioiifll ytnlsnl of the eagle Ihtchf anlusUtnee suggest another NlJItUtaL which ate cleat Hume earned In the uton of that eagle1 wore elHtehml At one lime Ilrltnln France Slots Italy Dalmn thi KbantlA Vnriram Pnanonln Mats Dnela Thirties MaetfrfoMlk Orceee Asia Minor Syria PhoenMn Pales Unit Kgypt and nil northern Afrlen and nil the Wand of the MetHlerm netnIndeed All the world that tvaa worth havlag a hundred and twenty minimia of eop4r under the win rn ttt that one eflnle Wker to sire sow Ask sunhat the hlstorlan In his prow poem The Decline nod Hull of the lloutan ISmpIre Ask her glgnnlk ruin bemoaning their Htl eii through the ages the screeek owl at windows ont of which wwrtdvridi Nn qnerora looked Ask the day of jwlg inent when lieu crowned dehanehecs ComniAdMa And Pertlnax and CalHr l ami Dtneletlfin shall answer for their Infamy As men and as nations let IM repont nnd have our trust In n mr4onlng God rather than depend an fonrfer mie eses for Immnnlty Out of 11 of the greatest battles of the world Napoleon had lost but oar is fare Waterloo Pride and dnstmotlon often ride hi the same rtilillB But nsUe ease mere and there than all In my text that Ood Is so kind and loving that when It Is necessary for Him tnt He has to go is others for the fcarpedged I0IlMIIn tbennM day skaH the lord mhate with a razor that IU hired lad la hoe Oed le- pity Owl Is luJp1 Ood IU shelter God ls resets There are no sharp edges aboVt 311th no thrvstIng points no iNttrnments of loeerntlr If you wart balm for woends He has that If you want Jhill MJre fwr eyesight He kits that list If there is sharp and cutting work tn do which re pmtquirehas nothing about JIm that hnrts save when dire Itt denwnds and then He lids to go oieor off to Mime one rise to get tbelneimwenf King Henry II of Rogiand erownfd his ua a king and on the day of earn nation put on a ermnft garb and stalled be the king at the sons table tot tonlsbment of all the prlnees lint we know of a mere wondrau scene tbe tang of Heaven and earth offering to mU on you lite child this crown of life and In till form of a seen ant waiting on yen with bleMlngt Rxtol that love all painting all seuln tHjre all musk all arcblteolure nU worsklpt In Drrsdeninn gallery let Unphpel kohl lJm up as a child stud In Antwerp enthcdrnll let Ituben hand lilts down from the cram ii a tutor tyr anti Handel tusks alibis oratorios vibrate around that one slum ire was woundml for our trntnprrsalona bruised for our IntqHtitN Hut sat until nil the redeemed pal ht+tnc and from the countpnaHcea In all the galleries of the rannsdshall be re I vealed the wonders of redemption shnll either titan or seraph or sreh angel know the height and depth nnd length and breadth of tits lave of r Ood At our natlona capital a moDtitmct In honor of him who did mure tbnn any bne to achieve our Amirteaii IndcpentU ence was for scores of years In both lug and most of us wore discouraged and said It never would be completed And how glad we nit were when tn the presence of the highest ofllelnF of the uatlnti the work was don Hut will the monument to Hint who died for the eternal llhentton of this human race ever be completed Poe ages the work has been going up Kvanpelfstji and apostles and mtirtyrs hove been add ltg to the heavenlyI pile anti everyone of the millions of redressed going up from earth has made to lUooiitrlliuI than of gladness and welghtof glory Is swung to the tqp of oilier weightI of glory higher nod higher as the rentu rfes goo by higher antiI higher as the whole millenniums roll sapphire on the top of jasper sardonyx on the top of bhalcrdony and ahrysoprnius nbo o topaz until far beneath shall be the walls rind towers nail domes of our ftirtlily capitol n nuonut sent for and forever nlrrdoneI nblontli Ir1CStiforevert- i r i J r j BRYAN GAINING FRIENDS Hrirnl tJoiirrrU in the Ilruuer niiar Mrinlirm ear end9 Onblnrl OvtrtiaiillMinef5 naennllng to politicall Icniltra IK the danger irnioiravy baa to four In the eol- umpalgn ri ng The most eonrrvn I n en in tit wrt burr nil ulong nn parr ii litiitl uphill fight In nJu Iduhlrl of tbe eastern atntln It front lliut In that rtiploii con y r I would bP hart to get It wnscurl nit ratiipalKn coHeeiVwl that the lend orA of wlinl him been termed the cvaiocrnot would with out lJrlngIuH a t n In the Tact has awtimed anent new ullftt David Hennett II i turn 1utn a democrat siems t liavr been the slogan adopted by n t ail of tilt tenders of the Inlrn Hurkner inovrrnrut of IBM IlringallI r mOtrals unit being men with fljlnere wad a kern sense of honor i n 1 patriotism they couW not do i thentise t of atrpporthprinciple V I rr ocraey upon uJileJi are grounded not i the democratic party hut the faiiic of ear government nit well Whatever tlt fancied danger of tree II trr might be they nda Into Insgofflf snce whe compared to the Hitut 1 1 ruble low of tree government 1m pirlalivm and inlUtnrimi have been phitau rhiii till llast fnv duA Itt lens ciime evident that they are regarded oT meti IIIIrIlJlrhl1NtI ihnl the t rlJlllbliant uIIGnhownine and unite their cfTarto With the f N1tI nupportlHg the HsmlMee ef tba i iHOfrvike party WbIr tit landslide IIn the Mt woe rtpectrtt it wets Wit rxptrte I Ho sera and onlyI the heat MiNgHfne enter tsinrt hope that thi InnduJMe voalflI ever assume the propurtloMs of avatanofae but tmvertliele the move ineiit liRa been started In the east that iiiM fair to welt away the dearest hope of republican leaden Illchnrd Olftey In an open letter publicly unnnuneed hla intention supporting the c niV4acjr of Mr Ian I Who hl Jlr OtaeyV Kvery wlfoall boy eould answer tlir iHtatlon be air ricrolnntlV looretiiry of rfnte was inuroovcr n man eonovrnlng wltone nMHtlet dlKernment Pound coo mop I enro end patrlotinn the republlonn prra In J6V6 wrote volumes lie pointed to with prlfr u a leader 1 repudiated HryanUm It will b tenattlng to notice Ihr changed tads Uiat the republican prew 11II AMiime Mr Olney will undoubtedly I IN termed a cheap jwlltlolun a ratIHebralneA fanatic Sonic may ra no farne lo term hint a traitor j teat them soy what they will the logeIhtriliaMIR that he too means to support ilrmoeralte ticket will have a tee m en oQUlpalJRIIIInIt Ihr vliolr ItcdStaterItlauonfld ly expected flint the next few w tim set tAe whole gold V moorAcy I bended by Mr Cleveland In line for Ilryan The tAMing out of Mr Olney In one of the mot recent Hnkv In the Ilong tlialn of prominent men who ltav noHiiced MeKlnley and the IntereKts which he haw officially Mibkerved he 1It however bhe link which unltlh b erto branokea tiAmongMamcci Thotna AVent worth lllggln I0 nItllourke Cochrnn Webrter Davisthator W Iatriok lie bITtliWki flldeti and Cleveland Clialrtmin Junes hjieakmg of Mr Oipeytt dooionitlon HidHlr 01 nix I It A eoHMrvHllve ante arid ootirt WBH lit tray a ooncplcnoiiR figure In I the L1uond cabinet und wade n grouter ltopre lon on for country tftHm pay Bthrr man In It lie IRI rllIIOgalztd tvrrjMbere an a man of great ability and aitalameni his dllnrnS Ito n favor of Mr Ilryan ami tIll toil IIK Jrdyes for Ids poiltlon in arri fn will hove n marked effect JbriiijrhnHt the coiitnry- l1ttti1 also very mtivh gratified to 1 err Hie Ktniul taken by Mr1 Wilson who WIIH alto a member of Mr Cleveland cabinet niui Milio hits been a prom jiteilt figure In politics for yuan He itijoys an enviable ruputatlon for abllI Ity and 10110IunhlJOn the name Joy on which Mesurc Onoy nod Wllcrtn iMtitd their letters r the public Chnrles Klclinnlson one t t tho toadlng Independent republloatu of Philadelphia nod Col Sum M llur ciiteI of Charleaton West VirginiaI wild hna been nit active figure In the jColltlttn of hU state for runty yearn n man who woe bitterly oppocvd to Mr JlUIln 1SVQ announced that t- wtwn iiport the dfmocratic condl htell rJlrJ Pntrneas Mr JlrynnB ninpqign ntterul Jmvc ju far been dUtlnguUhcd by strength moderation and thoughtful ueaa Ho IIn devoid or bitterness 1 while keen to expose the weak point j soVvvltli none of the offrnslvcneii thatl gorformer tler llelliK Coinedt Thr prcHeut rutlo la sixteen to our und Ml I hat tatlo Mr MtKlnlcy la coining ullver nl the rate of over 811 00000 per month During the Ifour years of Ids ndniinltitnttlon lie hasI fIInllluiln ultl3 ph1Cc uuJrl19iItiRwhat ha JinJnjl a I r GOSSIP OF LITTERATEURS rtleIllghnrd Henry Hloddnrd the bUnt dlctntIng t hiwPB handnlCharles IpHon Clark Jlrooklyn X tlriseleInon1 Academy of Science Ucrlln AmmlnnuKrge ofoof canunleslor IrIIr wan valedictorian of the clan of unlvrraltyHard greatly agitate- orrr the dIfficulty of deciding wlllch- S the genuine copy of IAml du Irleulllo which waa staIned with the Illblood of Marat when the revolutionist tomet hU death at the handa of ChnK ar10Ue Corday So fur seven copies lane erturned up all solemnly accredited an bearing the blood atnln NvcSerernl dcaacnduntA of the po I Longfellow have been enjoying the hOltJlltnllt of tits OJlbwn ndln I awry up nt Drsbnrnta Ont These Indians are descendants of the Saga mama Ao pletnresquely treated f lInwntha Miss Longfellow tl poets dniigliter hoc been formally adopted Into the tribe A select corps chiefs braves nqunwn and pal poows gave Jn pretence of the vis tore nnd beneath the primeval treesi of Dealmrntns Islands n dramatization of the famous poem file performer were garbed In buckskin continues lirawith htHiddresceii of feather I Ill1POPULAR SCIENCEbyr A single leaf of the orange inp oAiofiilly planted will often teaks root amt prow II ban been observed that artesiani wills have n dally period of ebb and flow nit well ns thin paean tides onl I the process Is reversed The time greatest flow of un nrtwHnn well IiI the pertod of low tide In the reran I There are 4M mllen of iceberg- an I floating tee plains of Ice stud nil other warts of Arctic obstructions 1 to traverse between the nearest disco cry to the pole noel the pole Itael overcominghas1 r a B centurytrywn The eruption In 1R33 of Krakntnu n InHe1 conned the Java sen with the Indian ocean between Jnvn and Sumatra Hut In dies wan the worst and most dtstriic IntIIuJlngho 4taftwtIever see except eclipses of Iii moon X evert helesn mny of ns Ln noticed on fine cloudlet evenings 1 shortly before sunset a rosy oppositeutltmentillsun rfnks the n rises until It attains the zenith a red oflhcSAYINGS OF THE SAGE herklexcept marry Ing her A woman never forgives n toast for his kindness In bringing her husband home drunk thingcIt IIs a combination eontentinent Idiocy und gums Inrthlbnaye a 11I their bnblcB oleo were ns noble and heroic airi lymany monuments around that i street cara would alt biro to ras nderground N Y Press itrroiirI I V I PouaCincinnati Sept 17 CATTUI Common SI j5 4 23 IKxtra biitcbcn S lu g fl 3- 5aMVIlSltxtra 700 Choice piiikorH 5 25 t 2 00 Mlxiil uickorM 6 40 o 5 33 Choice 300 q ICU1 1 tillicnl J fillthel I f fin t ruelI 70Vi t JOATHI JtYK No U tfll YtIc HAY Ch IIlinolbv 61 13 23 JOltK Menu t411247 s LAltl Stimin Gi 0 77U I lHwrniCh Ihllr it uClmlt fAIITKSl brt I S3 ft 1 33- TOIIACCO New 3 M t 0 33 Old 182 1250 CHICAGO rrOUK Win patent 3 80 II 4 00 bNotCOItNvOATSKYK 32 IOUK MifM 12 00 W12 03 LAUD Steiini 083 u 0 SV4 NEW VOUIC KLOUHWln potent 115 t S 100 IsI IJAITIMOUK 720lNo 2 mixed 45y n i 10 I XoJf mixed 23 ffi 6ta CATTIili UiltclitsrH 4 SO 1115 IIIOOSWullhrnINDIANAIOUS- WH13AT No 2 red fij 70 CllltNo 2 ndxrtla 41 OATS Xo 2 mixed Gt 2lXi- lOUlSVtLLR FGOI1t11h6 potent 41 00 g 4I 80 INII 2 red II 74 Mlsotl 44It It m OATS r1ltedrarnOHKI alJt d i Tile norselesa IVIahtmkr Ohshe Midi I had such a tern dream lent night It seemed that J had s denly been deprived somehow of the power aodliarI could ace coming toward me at a tern rate or pcrd with the lamp at the ei biasing like the two ryes or acme terra Jinmoveto18of out cry so man running the aufanobde might either ittop I meIutL I frenz1IDut upDutJay CsdstIJersId UeprrclrtJIon of Money dollarpine cents in 1883 eightyfive cents in 1889 anaIndelate but there iit one standard to remedy which has not changed in hall a elcentury and that is Hoteltera Stom Ititlere Jt IIlwa1III been the one unlur dyapepsna Nol n Generals Egg The freshnem of eggs is carefully graded Is nthin sear I areiet cac hy formerly roJUro among the Uritiehreeidetta In In hopestoman was served with boiled eggs He to one broke the obeliandI dropped it with atair of diiEUit wbltdOJout eggT examI4 and brought you an aid de camps egg mlatakeRtray Stones A Child Life SaTed The following letter wu received from StreetAfdmpbiwas terriblyl burned on hitwbesi atlas and legs Lp oollina hot IUII but tartunalely rnotarottantpreofrapidly rrlievelJura 374L9 J and receive fn I oflanJ i PlnalrfIda Yes the chorus ended up with 200 robea t lltiDbll I wti joinedj b JUts Chicago Evening News I LOWHATE 1XCEIISTONII Vl Missouri Iaelfln Railway as Iron Mountain route sout13utLcrOthandrSthendUecemlxr4thandl8thie iLvn1 I f Where lie U Fooled t Our natltn of a credulous mn IIs a ms who thhtlul11 the motion of a Lasebnll V DetroitJournal 1 To Cure a Cold In One Day AUdrujltueunllilia Purpose ngleWhenrifdiliiladtlpliAi Record SUFFERING AND RELIEF JohnsonSbowlnffhams VoffotabloOompound ott7tlroe tho Ills of Women Wrote for lira Pinkham5 Advice November 1897 DKAitMiw PIVKIIXSI 1 um a grey BulTercr Imro touch trouble through tho lower tort of my bowels and I am writing to you for advice Menses are Irregular and scanty am troubled with mylIaekautIhave spells of bloating very badly sometimes will be very large and other times very much reduced MiwCiiA8 E Jouxsox lox 33 Ru ford Center Maine Nor 20 1897 r Improvement Reported 1897 December i II DEn Miu IINKIIAM tI wish to tell you that I am improving in health I am ever so much better than when I throughyJ am not bloated so badly I was very much swollen through the abdomen Vegetablling of fulness across my chest t hare three bottles of it and um on MRS CHAS E Jons BOX 33 Rumford Center Maine IXC 13 thoII Enjoying Oood Health June 44 DRAW MRS PINKIIAU Since a ago I have been taking your medicine and nm now strong and enjoying good I have not been so well for years and feel very thankful to for whaC Lydia E IMnkhams Vega table Compound has done for me I would advise all who suffer with fe stoic troubles to try your medicine MBS CIIAB E JOIINBOV Box 33 Hum ford Center Maine Juno 1 1600 PILES William Indian Illwill runt llllnd sna Itcblni It abcorbi tot allays Ibe Itch at onra etA BI 1 Prepared for IMIe re UpblDgof the pHrati I teal WlLL1AIt on receipt 1i of pile Mf 68 retiiinA B1iiIEt i MONEY e- elttrelvealnstanl UCOtropwCLnkwrOU SOLDIERS II of tnlon BoUlfii who mode bon Mt adi 01 IIablldonodl1wanotpartlculanDessert for Tohay You need not worry about it if you have cupboardUnlfstand array to cool to secure tbe nrert deli ctous jelly Absolutely pure gelatine auger fruit flavors Flavors Lemon orange spberry strawberry wild cherry prick so unllavored caffifoot for wine oar jelly Your grocer tells it lite Urnt r rricrlitlun fur Clillln ar1overlsnlwltloolGnovrsTAntrtlssudslmplylronondnnlnlnoln Ustclossform Nouuronopay rricc Ou S pilIrleuntilJteuton Courier waaos Cure is the best t evertV KndlfJr Vsnburen loll 101100q I has Tbe indefatigable energy of some people withthtmUrooklya i The Iaulaturcnl of Carters Ink have t andtiltlean tree i authorityare dripkmCCh117NAtf sneak FAIIELMS DUll do not IIpOt dyedaby druggists timeInt haventtUtedinehulls Cntnrrh Ullrejj is a Constitutional Cure okis the country they call fun wickedness ini the city they call wicked t funCblCtfg Daily ewIIAll the Kentucky belles chew Ki me Gum jj hey like it Mixed ale causes many serious ailments Chcago Daily News yoursJviii stingingAll J C AVER COMPAN- Yl cal Chemists Lowell Man Ajttt Saruparilla Ijtf s PUli Ajeri Ape Cure I I IJOe 50c OCT 2 I pCT 16 NOV 20 Ajreri nail Vigor J Aycri Cherry Pectoral Ayes Conutone 5w1111wwwwww w lw wt7w w Did Yq f anyone who smoked the same kind of Five Cent cigar any lengthof time 1 Five Cent cigar smokers are always dissatisfied always trying something newor something different as there always seems to be some been wrong about the cigars they have smoking Ask your dealer for OldVirginia Cheroots They are always good Three hundred million smoked this year Price q for 5 cents i Cemfortor toTexasoJ of feaygoingto ladiesilounging furnished couch chairs from of can with forja-yprivacy The Belt off n on the qlllektt and ihortmt root toTenwithout of earl Both dayand trmlci are equipped with comfortable Coaehal Free Recllnloc Chair Carat Parlor Caf Can by day and Pullman Sleepen at Write sad tell uwhere yon are mini wad when you Wilt Icare and J we will tll you what your ticket win rod and what train to take to make the belt time connection We will also tend JTO an InterMlittle booklet A Trip to TcIUtn 1J5rTnatW LaBEAUME a P T A St Let MeIJJ I o kr r ing as much as it shows that is- BILE IN THE BltOOD It is true drink ing and overeating overloads the stomachj but failure to nature in regularly dis w wIposing of the partially digested lumps ot that dumped into the bowels and allowed to there is what causes all the trouble will nature help you and poisonswill I yellow in fact the whole body kind fills with filth time neglect to nature you lay foundation for just ism such troubles CASCARETS will revH regulateyourichfaceor you your money back Bile bloat is quickly permanently CURED To any needy mortal bowel troubles and too poor to buy RETS send a box free Addressq JCompany or New mentioning advertisement and paper m HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS 4tSEP NOV 61 KnowS LadvPassenbers pimpleblotched figurebecomes nott These are the days on which you can buy very cheap excursion tickets to NEBRASKA and other points in the Including Denver Springs Pueblo Leadville and Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Hot Springs So Dak Ask your nearest ticket agent about them or send to me folder of particulars I P S EUSTIS General Passenger Agent C B It Q R R CHICAGO ILL Go and look for aNew Home in Nebraska i prosperous country where a farm can beIought for one years rent of ah eastern farm neat used by Dr Charles J Moffftt EETHINAwasI MeuicnJ oUt 1bllttdelphls PikJohls and sueoeastul treatment of children In Gear ria la overcoming tho trouble icldcnt to tcothlnif land tho summers digestivearapu criminalisttrjiiad perhaps when alter can na ao easily obtntaod by erring TEETH I N AQ ly25ccirfi lDruSSbtiorH il25c o Cy MOFFETTM DSt Lout Mo 11 33- t J En route Ii One the unusual JVPA the Cotton Belt is the room in the parlor cafecar This large comfort able room Is with a and easy and is separated the balance the car Ladies draw to it at any time and rest Cotton ehaoca ntfht and laonight and stlag E and always there assist food are rot CASCARETS help skin of up Every you help the flp get and BY L suffering from we wi11 Sterling Remedy Chicago York f West Colorado for opraduato j hot die ALL DRUGGISTSi CHICAGOTo OMAHA iJlDouble Daily Service NewitnevlaBock ford Dubuque Waterloo Port ft 1lodeoan l Council i Dlulls DUff- elIbrurvsmoklnl I carediningr I lllnstnblogconnectioghate M t i READERS OP TiltS PAPER 1 UKSlltlNO TO BUY ANlTIIl OtoI ADVKIIT13KI IN ITS COLUMNS SUOIID INSIST UPON 1IAVINQ WHAT THKY ASK VOn 11KKUSINQ l ALL SLBaTlTlTKS OH IMITATIONS ROOFING I a Square Ft Y ilfnclodlnr rapt and nails JtnLtqI I j i 1Ben1 A N EII 1831 ABVEJtrIIlERRtoAIoIYerUeat t s- I It I l 4Ji I F I FBuilding j j 0 Material t 3 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM l lDEN aj I Doors and Windows Shingles c K 1I Lime and Cement i i Builders Hardware J V Paints Oils oto f ESTIMATES 1 CHEERFULLY FURNISHED ftI FEED STUFFS iii r Hay OaU Corn Bran etc cto S I i I w Le P W Se Ellis- onA J SIEECIir And a Great Platform A would be candidate from the far West pats forth the following says the American Yeoman Every four years this qnadrionuial cplkpsy Is epidemic among us and we are subject to its fits I have this fitness for the Presidency Of candidates I claim to have the greatest fitness for tho office for I am ready to bo fitted to the office fitted to mo Fellow citizens you cannot find a candidate who is all your ideals put to- getheri like a piece of mosaic You must take a fnll hinged candi date like mo and adjust him to your a idealsNow I will make it 16 to 1 orl to 10 The place occupied by the figures is nothing to me but the place 1 want to occupy is morally politically and finan dally not do with ont ablo One candidate is too much expansion I for some and top little for others I can please both extremes I will enlarge my salary to satisfy the expansionists and in of J run in debt to the satisfaction of those who want size without imperialism I am for the Anglo U S alliance to i catch the dude vote and for twisting the lions tail to please the literary synJ ip+ I dilates ilar I am protrust for 1 want to borrowi a and antitrust for I do not want to lendI believe in ntiliziuc municipal Iran I for chase for the benefit of the public and jj- a free pass for myself I am against interfering with strikes I t by Jeffries and Corbett and I believe in encouraging corporations that give me straight tips on stocks- Ii am opposed to a large standing ar my as our street cars show it is tar too large now but I would increase the navy at least two ounces to the plug- I am against the rains law until the hay Is all in and for the rains law to get the street sprinklers vote 1 I demand an open door in China for i itheAmerican hog and a combination for the pigtail in this countryiif I favor an incomo tax for the sake of tho income and those who contribute to my campaign fund shall appoint thouI own assessors shall appoint shorter hours for labor I II after my official duties begin yo shall encourage A liberal income for capital especially if 1 am subsidized a fair share I am fur government by injunction into office adjunction to the otlice and conjunction with the office I favor a high old tariff with saloons and repeaters and low tariff with my yr supportersI the Boers or re treat with the English f Iwill appoint all my friends to pay tog positions it I have to put them out office to do it I am for a double standard the same code of morals will not suit for politics and for a prayer meeting+ I do not accept a 00000 salary to purify politics for there would be no a j politics left ft I did The votes of my fellow countrymen prove that they do not want politics purified and I assure them that if they elect me nothing will be too good for them not oven the politicsrho example of illustrious politicians goes to prove that success must not be handicapped with morals- I lay down those planks for a plot form but they are not nailed down t They ore removable transferable reversible automatically adjustable- I am ready for the campaign all but the campaign tund and if I had the campaign fund what would I want with a 850000 cartoon officeI1 have arranged for a phonograph ma chine that never runs down jumps a cog or throws a bolt to talk against I Bryan r I have borrowed a stationary engine to shako hands against MoKinley 1 have options on a windmill and a t turbine water wheel to debate with the Populists and Prohibitionists l Any voter who cannot stand on my platform will be given a sent in tho front row of appointments where lie can rest his political corns and bunions Following the example of other can- didatesI I haye tried to make iit plain r that I want the office AS FARMEUS V VWOMEi It is said by the Bazaar that out of I 7000 farmers In the state of Kansas are COOO women There Is a similar condi- tionIt lii Oklahoma It is the same with j women thus engaged as with men olio j work In the fields others act us 4 4ovoteors Tho present wheat crop of 11- I 1Hansasia very largo Notwithstanding recent importations of hurvest lauds 1 I Yourgred themselves in clubs to aid the farm t er and are going into thy wheat to work 4 to save the crop i r STEVENSON CONFIDENT Says the Title Has Turned In Bryan Fnror JJr Stevenson is looltlug well notwithstanding tho arduous labors of tho campaign To a reporter of tho St Louis Republic he said I have boon gratified with tholarg and enthusiastic meetings In Illluoi which I have addressed I Without ex coption they have dovoloped an earn istows and steadfastness of purpose Which I believe augurs well for tho sue cess of tho party in tho State llliuoi is naturally n Republican State hut there aro indications In every section that load mo to hope that wo will car ry it II We have im exceptionally stron State ticket composed of young active able and honest mon and they are mak ing a magnificent campaign Thoi ought to bo elected From observation and from whnt I can loam from friends do not believe tho Republicans an harmonious They seem to bo at sixes and sevens iu many counties and thou State ticket is criticised in some places Among the llliick Knee nt ilnnlweH From Carlisle News Wo are told that a fow days ago n sanctimonious negro ommlssary came from Illinois to Ilonlwoll in the role ot- a minister of tho gospol and attempted to stir up a rebellious spirit among the colored population by iufiamatorj speech Sailing under thoso take colors IK announced that ho would preach at the colored church lint instead of proclaim ing tho goodness of Him who was crnoificd ho instead extolled tho virtues of Republicans and opened up a tirade of abuse against tho Demo cratic party Ho seemed particularly averse to tho separate coach law in Kentucky and told hits hearers the boa u ties of the negroes riding in the same car with tho whites that up In Illinois negro had just as much rights an tho whites and that the negroes in Ken tacky should contend for everything guaranteed to them Up in Illinois he said tho whites and blanks go to school together and that should be tho case in Kentucky ITriAl at Union pity- Union i City TonnSept lA case ofI more than usual interest is now on trial tho Obion Circuit Court it being that the State TO Leo Patterson for the tilling of Esqj E F Askew about a year ago One night after supper Mr As cow who was one of tho most prominent itizon of tho county was on his way to lurtin and being caught in a rain drove to Pattersons who was his particu friend with the intention of spend nji the night Patterson had that eve ling had a difficulty with a young man named Wagoner and mistaking Askew Wagoner opened the door or fired through the glass on tho side of the door Killing his friend Thfweapon used was a shotgun +DO YE EVEN SO TO THEM Adlai Stevenson showed good judg tent in ranging tho greatest oration tho world has ever heard tho jWnion on tho Mountwith tho Constitution of ho United States and Declaration of ndopondonco us honored dicta which the licjmclican leaders havo decided to Ignore Ono of the strongest passages and the real toxt of tho Sermon on the Mount is Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you do oven so to them When the present war of tho Philip tho war of tho AmericanDevolution tho violation of this precept tho Golden Ruin is easily icon The war of tho Revolution was a irotest against government without the consent of the governed Tho Philippine war aims to put on the Filipinos a government no t only without their con toot but against their armed protest s oA gawky country boy froin about Birds Point Mo landed at Cairo III the other day and after wandering up and down the streets for an hour or fio stopped in front of an empty building to gaze at a window hanger advertise mont of Foropaugh Soils circus In little while ho was joined by ono of the town loafers and before long another and then two or three more Tho lad said not a word but continued to look After a half an hour passed ono of tho more curious urthe loafers could stand it no longer and ho asked the farmer boy what ho was looking at The country youth turned his head and answered 1 was just tryin to see how long a feller could tend to his own business in this town without some durn fool wantin to know what ho was doing A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER The WEEKLY AMERICAN the Lead ing Southern Weekly till Oct Cth 1000 and a Guess in a 825000 CornI Guessing Content for only 10 Cents Watches Freo Sold 10 coats to tho Weekly Ameri can NoKhvlllo Term and you will be sent tho Weekly tho leading weekly or the south till Oct 0 1000 You can al so have a guess in tho 8250 corn guess contest Guess number of grains on nnI average size ear of white Indian corn length 8j inches diameter at large end 2 inches in middle 2B inches at small end Scinches To the subscriber or subscribers naming tho cor root or nearest correct number of grain on the ear wo will give 8250 In cash It more than one correct guess the amonni will divided The car of corn has been placed in tho American National Bank nuhnsked and under seal Contest clos es Aug 4 Guesses must be sent inI same letter with subscription For a club of thirty now subscriptions at 10 cents each wo will give a good watch guaranteed for twelve mouths and the club raiser cnn have thirty guesses as well as each subscriber bang allowed guess W o true some great offers for club raisers Scud for blanks and sample copies v TUB AMERICAN Nashville Team s A uw PRAYER DID IT Miraculous Coreooax Indiana Tel D Tr Causes H I Binghjmipton ioSlatioI I rncuIovB cure of f Vernon Ind at ed a widespread sensation in two state Mrs Stillwell whilo visiting in Scrmiuj u foil and injured her spine She bocan helpless and suffered intensely Phyi clans in charge of the CIO said all theI could do would l e to relieve tho pal and that her days are numbered Upon this announcement she sent for Ro James Loishumu of this city rind 11cJv F H Smith of Philadelphia askii thom to pray with her Tho olcrgymj offered an earnest pruyor for hor rCCOvtfI and when it was iu progress she di tiuctly heard a voice in tho room sayli Arise leave thy bed and walk She thereupon rosio from her bed at I walked about the room tho pain instun ly ceasing She is apparently in goc i health walks about tho streets and wi111I return to Vernon tho last of this month The Man Who Had the Vote The following is an unreported incident before one of tho commislone I apxintcd to inquire into n certain ole tlon petition Yhat is your ramer George Jones Well what do you know of thlsf On the day qf the election 1 went t tho Spotted Dog What did you see there I seod n man Well what did ho do He prove mo live shillings nod said t how I wafto votofor Well did you vote tor Mr tIt No sir- What dI did you do then Went to the Pig and WhhUe Wellthere I seed another man What did he do Ho gave me five shillings and said was to vote for And did you vota No ir- What did you do then I went to tho Red Lion And there There I seod a man too And did he give you Hvcsbllllnga as tell you to vote for Mrrl-Ie I did so And you did No irIWhy ndmlsaio you have obtainlifteen flhlllings It veto for one of the cundtdnttw did yi vote alnll No sir- Whl noU- Bccnuso I aint got no vote its m rather George Jones whos an elector Loudon Tit Bits IN TilJIOIUAM- On Sent 10th 1000 th o death ong visited our midst und claimed as iU vk Um our young friend HE RY Men It is so hard to give up our loved ont but when wo realize that they are fretd rum all pain and sorrow death seem but a dream for Christ said Bkrexi- are the pure in heart for they shall Godenry was n kind upright Ix and leaves a host of friends to noun- his loss but nono like the sweet lovaU young lady who would have soon nbar the joys and sorrows of this life wit him Griovo not Ada as tirade wb have no hope for it is promised you shat meat him whore heart aches never eon May this hut draw you nearer to Gi i und make uI more devoted follower f Christ for you know ho expressed tlill willingness to go having no fears Tenderly lay him to rest neath the ood Angols look tenderly down But its soul hath flown to lid God Gone to receive a bright crown When this earthly life is ended Free from nil toll and care In heavenly mansions bright Wo long to meet him there VF llefere DecidingI on 1Wr Stiiunier Tnp Look up rates routes and trans kr vico via tho Mobile Ohio R R to Waukesha Wis Niagara Falls N Y Put in Bay Ohio Denver Pueblo sad Colorado Springs Col Mackiuao 1Li land Micht Chicago III St Paul Minn Minneapolis Minn St Locu Mo and many other resorts Nona East and West Low rates sbpwwi service This company has In servii t complete line of now vcstibnled coach es and sleepers Their summer scbwl ales aro unsurpassed close connection tamada at St Louis Union Station for sill prominent Summer resorts Spiral Mobile A Ohio representative lnotakll incoming trains at St Louis and sow M tho transfer of passengers to tho on nccting lines attends to sleeper mtr vatlon etc Summer tickets on nle from Juno 1st to September JJOth limit ed to return paisago to October test 1000 for rates tickets and full informalI AgentO Mat- Mobile Alt Farmers Free Column Under this heading will htroaftct he published notices not to exceed 0 lets each from farmers who are subscrib ers who havo horses mules cows pro ducts seed ot for sale free of charge A good cheap wheati drill for sale LKK Ro Good cow with youngonlf for snlo A H LEIT Poland JhlllRllogH weeksoldsfosalo 14111 f41114 I horse 2 years old past one auk 1 nuboApplyxPlow Points Takeolnts to Quo larch ho will grind thom 2 for 2 t tI l Illinois Central Re R OF INTEREST T- OSTOOKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend tlio tl11 trust Meeting ut Chicago The Hoard of Directors of tho Illinois untruth Railroad Company ut u meotli held July 18 11KX adopted the followir- III preamble and resolution prudentI lulyIISJ7Ij trllllJlOrtJljlines to Clilcago und return nt tho tlUiO 4 4of tho annual meeting of tho Ktoakbol reconsidered and amendedITS was mi n read as follows 1to RKSOLVKD That until tilt further or JIT of this Hearth thoro shall ho issue to each holder of ono or more shares of Cuntrilailroadbooks of tho Company enabling him or her to travel freo over tho Comiwmy linos from tho station on tho lllino llUr11Vltitorcd ticket to be good for tho journey to Ch ago only during tho tour days imnii- dlutt ly prcceodlng and tho Jay of tho mooting and the return journey front Chicagu only on the day of the mooting and tho four days immediatoly fullowin tllllllIH during HA iMttweon VXO n m nnd RHJO p mIn tli- utfcc of the Assistant Swrotary Mr W U UIIUBN Jn Chicago Such ticket ma bo obtained by any registered hopper of Itook on npplcation in writing to thl President of tho Company in Chloagi tat applleuUonbn11t Btnto tho full name nnd niJress of the stock hold- 11f together xfAh number and date of inoh curtllleuto No mom than one poison will bo carried freo In n ixxit to an- one holding ol ntook us ruglstorwl ul1lhu1 hooks of the Company By order of the Hoard of Directors A G HAOKSTAFF Secretary The next annual meeting of tho stool holders of the lllinoix Control Rnllron Company will bo hold at tho allies of tho Company in GhioaKo on Wcdim day SOIL 20 1100 at noon For Ule Tramterof business on Sept 11 to time morning of September 27- I1U1JIJJR ANI OHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAR LINE FOR BttnuleClda oSt P ul Omaha Kan- sae City Detroit Toledo and sit point Sorlb hoot and Weal Cairo Xew Or Ilease Mobil lllrmhulum Njjjji Ult Ct lUnoog MoniKomerj Tbomn jjlie AlUnla August Charleston ala nuh JacbonllleTllnll Port Tam a MUml and all poles tn the 8outk Itii Elegant V tlbaled Flu Clne OoaolI I lib smoking room and complete toilet 1I coma and lavatorle for ladle i and IUIltrovn Porter in attendance ohtrg Ith the comfort ol the raunllfn Alt tsllbuleJ Paleel Hlecpluc Carl wit t1uwiDI Room and liiiltt betwq a II Xiiin and Mobile Nfl w Odeon Meat ornery Thomaivllle and Jaeke ilHl- at1JI J E U DLAKl AllntiIt S It DAVIDSON DentistlOKMAN KKNTUOK Once over Oowgill Oowglll Drug Store l i lirtl ttt Hncetiior to Win DlenUlbrlnk DCALRK IN Fancy 1 Groceries am Provisions HIGKMJW KBHTV6K t FREE DELIVERY Tolopliono Store No 91 Ro idonco No 011 TiF OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertake iriOKMAN KENTUCKY HVEME A TLIIAL when you who Hlanknmlhln done or repair III 4lV com c Horeiholnt a tpeolflllj I ilea keep A full Innm of Undertake Goodc Common itnoewond and Solid Ulnol Unlnnl Codlna and Cues which can hi litijM up In Abort pOlice nail at reanon uliln prlceA five nta n call CiOu Shop nose the Jail THE STEVE STAR Livery ami ht+ ell able Clinton Stroot west of Hlokmaii Wag oil Factory Keeps Surreys Buggies Bores of for hiro Every accanio dutidii glyon Your patronage solicit wt i mnua BAIIK1 HlClQIAN IBlTCKY r Cupital Stock paid in 850000 Surplus und Undivided Profits 20000 anus n General Hiintcini Business LOHIIH Slonoy on Ubonil Twin Aois of inn IOI1i MeroliiintH and MunuftinlurorH riispoaUully fiQlirittd 0 Tho Funds nnd Securities of this Bank are protected by ili- cj MOSLER PATENT 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